Daniel/2 Cooley

M, #1391, (2 May 1651 - 9 February 1727)
Father*Ens. Benjamin/1 Cooley1 b. c 1617, d. 17 Aug 1684
Mother*Sarah (–?–)2 b. c 1623, d. 23 Aug 1684
Last Edited:16 Feb 2016

Children with Elizabeth/4 Wolcott:

  • Benjamin/3 Cooley2 b. 28 Oct 1681, d. circa 1745
  • Daniel/3 Cooley+4 b. 23 Mar 1683/84, d. 9 Feb 1727
Daniel/2 Cooley was born 2 May 1651 at Longmeadow, then a village within the plantation of Springfield, Massachusetts.3,1 A cooper, husbandman, and selectman of Longmeadow2, he married (1), 8 Dec 1680, Elizabeth/4 Wolcott of Windsor, Connecticut, daughter of Simon/3 Wolcott and Martha Pitkin, with whom he had 7 children.4 She died at Longmeadow 31 Jan 1706/7, a. 444, and he married (2), as her 2nd husband, 17 Jun 1709, Lydia/2 Dumbleton, daughter of John/1 Dumbleton and Mercy (–?–), and widow of Jonathan/3 Burt Jr.4 Daniel Cooley died at Longmeadow 9 Feb 1727, a. 752, and his widow Lydia 31 Jan 1739, a. 77.4

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S106] NEHGS Register, "Records of Springfield, Mass.", 18:142 (Apr 1864): Daniel Cooley b.
  2. [S94] Donald McCornack, "Early Families of Sugar Hill," "Cooley" section.
  3. [S94] Donald McCornack, "Early Families of Sugar Hill," "Cooley" section: Longmeadow.
  4. [S27] Thomas B. Warren, "Springfield Families," 193, Daniel (4.) Cooley.

Elizabeth/4 Wolcott

F, #1392, (19 August 1662 - 31 January 1706/7)
Father*Simon/3 Wolcott1 b. s 1641, d. 11 Sep 1687
Mother*Martha Pitkin1 b. s 1642, d. 13 Oct 1719
Last Edited:16 Feb 2016

Children with Daniel/2 Cooley:

  • Benjamin/3 Cooley3 b. 28 Oct 1681, d. circa 1745
  • Daniel/3 Cooley+2 b. 23 Mar 1683/84, d. 9 Feb 1727
Elizabeth/4 Wolcott, born 19 Aug 1662 at Windsor, Connecticut1, married, as his 1st wife, 8 Dec 1680, Daniel/2 Cooley of Longmeadow, Massachusetts, son of Ens. Benjamin/1 Cooley and Sarah (–?–), with whom she had 7 children.2 She died at Longmeadow 31 Jan 1706/7, a. 44.2 He married (2) Lydia/2 Dumbleton, and died 9 Feb 1727, a. 75.3

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S1461] Jacquelyn Ladd Ricker, The Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR, Elizabeth Wolcott b.
  2. [S27] Thomas B. Warren, "Springfield Families," 193, Daniel (4.) Cooley.
  3. [S94] Donald McCornack, "Early Families of Sugar Hill," "Cooley" section.

Lydia/2 Dumbleton

F, #1393, (16 April 1661 - 31 January 1739)
Father*John/1 Dumbleton1 b. s 1630
Mother-Candidate*Mercy (–?–)1 b. s 1632
Last Edited:7 Aug 2017

Children with Jonathan/3 Burt:

  • Jonathan/4 Burt6 b. 25 Mar 1683, d. 11 Jan 1684
  • Mercy/4 Burt7 b. 2 Aug 1685
  • Lydia/4 Burt8 b. 9 Mar 1686/87
  • Elizabeth/4 Burt9 b. 23 Feb 1688/89
  • Jonathan/4 Burt10 b. 15 May 1692
  • Nathaniel/4 Burt11 b. 8 Nov 1694
  • Sarah/4 Burt12 b. 31 Oct 1701, d. 14 Jul 1739
Lydia/2 Dumbleton was born 16 Apr 1661 at Springfield, Massachusetts1, where she married (1), 8 Dec 1681, Jonathan/3 Burt Jr. of Springfield, son of Dea. Jonathan/2 Burt and Elizabeth/2 Lobdell.2,3 Widowed, she married (2), as his 2nd wife, 17 Jun 1709, Daniel/2 Cooley of Longmeadow, son of Ens. Benjamin/1 Cooley and Sarah (–?–).4 He died at Longmeadow 9 Feb 1727, a. 755, and she his widow 31 Jan 1739, a. 77.4

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S929] William Pynchon and John Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 50, Lidia Dumbleton b.
  2. [S930] Pynchon Manuscript Records, 2, Jonath Burt/Lidia Dumbleton m.
  3. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 50, Lydia Dumbleton/Jonathan Burt m.
  4. [S27] Thomas B. Warren, "Springfield Families," 193, Daniel (4.) Cooley.
  5. [S94] Donald McCornack, "Early Families of Sugar Hill," "Cooley" section.
  6. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 43, Jonathan Burt b.; d.
  7. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 43, Mercy Burt b.
  8. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 43, Lydia Burt b.
  9. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 43, Elisabeth Burt b.
  10. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 43, Jonathan Burt b.
  11. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 43, Nathaniel Burt b.
  12. [S27] Warren, "Springfield Families," 181, Ephraim (29.) Colton Jr.

Henry/3 Wolcott

M, #1394, (8 January 1642 - 15 February 1709 or 18 February 1709)
Father*Henry/2 Wolcott1 b. c 1611, d. 12 Jul 1680
Mother*Sarah Newberry1 b. s 1618, d. 16 Jun 1684 or 16 Jul 1684
Custom index:Philip's War (1675-76)
Last Edited:24 Aug 2017

Children with Abiah Goff:

  • Martha/4 Wolcott6 b. 11 May 1664
  • Elizabeth/4 Wolcott7 b. 27 Aug 1665
  • Simon/4 Wolcott6 b. 24 Jun 1666
  • Henry/4 Wolcott8 b. 13 Apr 1667
  • Joanna/4 Wolcott+6 b. 30 Jun 1668, d. 10 Jan 1755
  • Daniel/4 Wolcott6 b. say 1669
  • Abiah/4 Wolcott9 b. 1 May 1669
  • Sarah/4 Wolcott10 b. 27 Mar 1671
  • Charles/4 Wolcott6 b. 1672
  • Henry/4 Wolcott8 b. 30 Mar 1673
  • Sarah/4 Wolcott11 b. 16 Apr 1676
  • Daniel/4 Wolcott6 b. Aug 1676
  • William/4 Wolcott6 b. say 1677
  • Roger/4 Wolcott6 b. 28 Jan 1678, d. 17 May 1767
  • Samuel/4 Wolcott12 b. 26 Mar 1679
Henry/3 Wolcott III was baptised 8 Jan 1642 at Windsor, Connecticut1, where he married, 12 Oct 1664, Abiah Goff.2 He served in Philip's War in Capt. Marshall’s company, Maj. Robert Treat's Connecticut regiment.3 He died at Windsor 15/18 Feb 17093, and his widow 15/16 Jun 1717.4 They are buried in Palisado Cemetery.5

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S1461] Jacquelyn Ladd Ricker, The Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR, Henry Wolcott bp.
  2. [S1461] Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR, Henry Wolcot Jr./Abia Goff m.
  3. [S1461] Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR and Palisado Cemetery, Henry Wolcott.
  4. [S1461] Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR and Palisado Cemetery, Abiah Wolcott.
  5. [S1461] Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR and Palisado Cemetery, Abiah Wolcott, Henry Wolcott.
  6. [S106] NEHGS Register, "Record of Marriages & Births Copied from the 1st Book of Records under the date 18 May 1674," 5:225–230 (1851).
  7. [S1461] Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR, Elizabeth Wolcott b.
  8. [S1258] Windsor VR, Henry Wolcott b.
  9. [S1258] Windsor VR, Abiah Wolcott b.
  10. [S1258] Windsor VR, Sarah Wolcott b.
  11. [S1258] Windsor VR, Sarah Wolcott b., bp.
  12. [S1258] Windsor VR, Samuel Wolcott b.

Abiah Goff

F, #1395, (circa 1646 - 15 June 1717 or 16 June 1717)
Last Edited:24 Aug 2017

Children with Henry/3 Wolcott:

  • Martha/4 Wolcott5 b. 11 May 1664
  • Elizabeth/4 Wolcott6 b. 27 Aug 1665
  • Simon/4 Wolcott5 b. 24 Jun 1666
  • Henry/4 Wolcott7 b. 13 Apr 1667
  • Joanna/4 Wolcott+5 b. 30 Jun 1668, d. 10 Jan 1755
  • Daniel/4 Wolcott5 b. say 1669
  • Abiah/4 Wolcott8 b. 1 May 1669
  • Sarah/4 Wolcott9 b. 27 Mar 1671
  • Charles/4 Wolcott5 b. 1672
  • Henry/4 Wolcott5 b. 30 Mar 1673
  • Sarah/4 Wolcott10 b. 16 Apr 1676
  • Daniel/4 Wolcott5 b. Aug 1676
  • William/4 Wolcott5 b. say 1677
  • Roger/4 Wolcott5 b. 28 Jan 1678, d. 17 May 1767
  • Samuel/4 Wolcott11 b. 26 Mar 1679
Abiah Goff, born circa 16461, married, 12 Oct 1664 at Windsor, Connecticut, Henry/3 Wolcott III of Windsor, son of Henry/2 Wolcott and Sarah Newberry.2 He died at Windsor 15/18 Feb 17093, and she 15/16 Jun 1717, "ae. 72."1 They are buried in Palisado Cemetery.4

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S1461] Jacquelyn Ladd Ricker, The Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR and Palisado Cemetery, Abiah Wolcott.
  2. [S1461] Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR, Henry Wolcot Jr./Abia Goff m.
  3. [S1461] Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR and Palisado Cemetery, Henry Wolcott.
  4. [S1461] Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR and Palisado Cemetery, Abiah Wolcott, Henry Wolcott.
  5. [S106] NEHGS Register, "Record of Marriages & Births Copied from the 1st Book of Records under the date 18 May 1674," 5:225–230 (1851).
  6. [S1461] Ricker Compilation, Windsor VR, Elizabeth Wolcott b.
  7. [S1258] Windsor VR, Henry Wolcott b.
  8. [S1258] Windsor VR, Abiah Wolcott b.
  9. [S1258] Windsor VR, Sarah Wolcott b.
  10. [S1258] Windsor VR, Sarah Wolcott b., bp.
  11. [S1258] Windsor VR, Samuel Wolcott b.

Sgt. Samuel/2 Wright

M, #1396, (30 October 1632 - 2 September 1675)
Father*Dea. Samuel/1 Wright1 b. 29 Jun 1606, d. 17 Oct 1665
Mother*Margaret Stratton1 b. s 1608, d. 24 Jul 1681
Custom index:Philip's War (1675-76)
Last Edited:24 Aug 2017

Child with Mary/2 Burt:

Child with Elizabeth/2 Burt:

  • Samuel/3 Wright11 b. 3 Oct 1654
Sgt. Samuel/2 Wright Jr., said to be of Wrightsbridge, Essex?2, came with his parents to New England, where he married, 24 Nov 1653 at Springfield, Massachusetts, Elizabeth/2 Burt, daughter of Henry/1 Burt and Ulalia/1 Marche.1,3 (Their siblings Judah Wright and Mercy Burt also married.)
     Some months prior to marriage, Samuel Wright had conceived a daughter, born probably early 1654, with his future wife's younger sister Mary, who married William/1 Brooks the following October.4 Charged by Mary/2 Burt as the father of her child, Samuel requested a jury trial, held 24 Mar 1654.

The verdict of the Jury: Wee fynd Samuel Wright Junior guilty of committinge wickedness with Mary Burt in having the use of her body 3 severall tymes, whereby wee fynd him to be the father of the said child: Whereuppon the said Samuell Wright was ordered and adjudged to be the reputed father of the said child: And for his evill behaviour therein to be whipped with 12. stripes on the naked body well layd on: And to pay the charges of the Court, and towards the mayntenance of the said child to pay after the rate of One shillinge four pence per week makeing payment every month, dureinge the tearme of Seaven yeares, and at the end of Seaven yeares to pay Forty shillings towards the putting of the child forth to be an apprentice and in the meane while to give good Security vizt a bond for 4£ with Sufficient Suretyes to perform this Order.4

Samuel's punishment took place 28 May 1654. Mary Burt, who was sentenced to 12 lashes for fornication with Samuel Wright, and a further 10 lashes for the same offense with Joseph Bond, was ordered to keep the child, who was raised as Remembrance Brooks and married James Brown.4
     Samuel Wright was one of 30 Northampton residents who, in 1671, petitioned the General Court for leave to establish a plantation at Squakheag (later Northfield), having already purchased the land from the Indians.5 The following year, he was one of those who successfully re-petitioned for the grant of Squakheag.6
     Upon the outbreak of hostilities in Philip's War, Major John Pynchon sent a squad of 20 soldiers to garrison Northfield, under Samuel Wright's command. But as Pynchon wrote the Connecticut council on 22 Aug 1675, "a guard of 20 left at Squakeak is too weak."7 Samuel Wright and seven other men were killed in the first Indian attack on Squakheag, 2 Sep 1675. "It was the season for drying their flax; and ignorant of what had happened the day before to their neighbors at Deerfield, our people went about their work as usual on that morning. Both the soldiers and settlers appear to have been scattered in the meadows and homelots, when the assault was made."8
     He "left eight children, one born ten days after his death" (who was named Benoni).9,10 His widow married (2), 1684, Nathaniel/2 Dickinson Jr. of Hatfield, who survived her.1

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S106] NEHGS Register, "Genealogical Research in England" (Apr 1932), 86:219.
  2. [S945] Jane Devlin, citing Jeffrey Wright.
  3. [S929] William Pynchon and John Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 43, Eliz[abeth] Burt/Samuell Wright m.
  4. [S31] Joseph H. Smith, ed., Colonial Justice in Western Massachusetts, 104 (summary), 230–31 (transcript).
  5. [S269] George Sheldon and J.H. Temple, History of Northfield, 59-61.
  6. [S269] Sheldon and Temple, Hist. Northfield, 61-63.
  7. [S269] Sheldon and Temple, Hist. Northfield, 70-71.
  8. [S1108] Burt & Burt, Life & Times of Henry Burt, 241.
  9. [S1108] Burt, Life & Times of Henry Burt, 26.
  10. [S269] Sheldon and Temple, Hist. Northfield, 68.
  11. [S106] NEHGS Register, "Records of Springfield, Mass." (Apr 1864), 18:143, Samuell Wright b.

Jonathan/1? Taylor

M, #1397, (say 1625 - 12 October 1683)
Last Edited:24 Aug 2017

Children with Mary/2 Wright:

  • Mary/2 Taylor7 b. 1 Aug 1649
  • Anna/2 Taylor8 b. 6 Apr 1651
  • Samuel/2 Taylor9 b. 8 Sep 1652, d. 7 Sep 1689
  • Dea. Jonathan/2 Taylor+10 b. 11 Mar 1654/55, d. 23 Jan 1725/26
  • Rebecca/2 Taylor11 b. 4 Jul 1657, d. 19 Nov 1665
  • Thomas/2 Taylor+12 b. 9 Aug 1660, d. Apr 1691
  • ch1/2 Taylor13 b. 14 May 1665
Jonathan/1? Taylor took the oath of fidelity 6 Feb 1648/49 at Springfield, Massachusetts.1 He married, by 1649, Mary/2 Wright, daughter of Dea. Samuel/1 Wright and Margaret Stratton.2 Presented, with Anthony Dorchester, to the court at Springfield, 2 Mar 1653/54, for absenting themselves from worship on the 9th of the previous month. "Jonathan Taylor pleadinge his inability of body at that tyme for the service was freed…."3 His wife died at Springfield 9 Sep 1683.2 He died at Suffield 12 Oct following.4

Local Notes:

Property20 Feb 1667, Springfield, MAAtt a Meeting of the Proprietors of ye ffeild over the great River in Chickuppe playne for settling what some belongs to every man for his land there, … William/1s Brooks and Thomas Noble were among the 17 Chicopee proprietors present.5
Property1680, Suffield, CTJonathan Taylor | Date of Grant: 1680 | # of Acres: 40 | House Lot: Springfield Rd | Died: 1683 <27>

Granted: several Alotmts to ye prsons next mentioned, who are for their Hom lots to ly beyond, or at ye upper end of Hight streete, on ye North side of David ffro, & so goeing Northward they are to have there 12 rod in breadth a peice, a Highway of 10. or 12. rod broad to run from ye front of these lots back eastward to ye Road, & this Highway to ly next to David ffroo, & then these lots begin here where they have other place. So that their whole Grants are (viz) James Taylor 50 acres, Jonath Taylor 50 acres, John Barber 60 acres, Sam Taylor 50 acres, Jonath Taylor 50 acres, Tho Cooper 50 acres, Victory Sikes 50 acres, Wm Brooke 50 acres, Ebenezer Brooke 40 acres.6 <75>

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S31] Joseph H. Smith, ed., Colonial Justice in Western Massachusetts, 217.
  2. [S929] William Pynchon and John Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 72, Mary Taylor d.
  3. [S31] The Pynchon Court Record, 230.
  4. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 85, Jonathan Taylor Sr. d.
  5. [S639] Henry M. Burt, First Century of Springfield, 2:91-93.
  6. [S810] Hezekiah S. Sheldon, Documentary History of Suffield, 27, 75.
  7. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 72, Mary Taylor b.
  8. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 72, Anna Taylor b.; Anna Taylor bp.
  9. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 72, Samuell Taylor b.
  10. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 72, Jonathan Taylor b.
  11. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 72, Rebecca Taylor b., d.
  12. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 73, Thomas Taylor b.
  13. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 72, stillborn ch. Jonath[an] Taylor b.

Reice/1 Bodurtha

M, #1398, ( - 18 March 1682/83)
Last Edited:28 Jul 2017

Child with Ruth (–?–):

  • Son1/2 Bodurtha3 b. 14 May 1646

Children with Blanche Lewis:

Reice/1 Bodurtha, born in Wales12, perhaps married (1?), by 1646, Ruth (Bedortha), who had a son at Springfield, Massachusetts, in May of that year.3 If so, she must have died soon after the birth, as he married (2?), the same year, Blanche Lewis.4 He took the oath of fidelity at Springfield 6 Feb 1648/49.5
     5 May 1669, Wm Brookes complained of John Bagg, Edmund Pringridays and Reice's son Joseph that between them they had left 6 cattle in the field overnight without the required keeper. The Selectmen found for the plaintiff, and fined the cattle owners 30s between them.6
     The defendants of 1669 pushed back a year later. 16 Sep 1670, Reice Bedortha complained against William Brookes and Mary his wife for theire abusing of his son Joseph Bedortha by Bad language flinging a stick at him and using Reproachfull words Threatning expreshons and Taunting speeches. William Brooke and Mary his wife appeared, and though they partly denied the charges, magistrate Pynchon found them "both guilty of a very great Misdemeanor Touching that Busyness." He fined William 20s. and witness fees, Mary 10s. John Bagg and Edmund Pringridays were now witnesses against the Brookses.7
     Reice Bodurtha drowned, with his son John and daughter-in-law Lydia (Leonard), 18 Mar 1682/83.8

Local Notes:

Elected1662, Springfield, MAThe Corte taking into consideration the desires of the Trayned Band of Springfeild thought fitt to confirm and ratify the choyce of the Souldery There: … Rice Bedortha the third Corporall: …9
Property20 Feb 1667, Springfield, MAAtt a Meeting of the Proprietors of ye ffeild over the great River in Chickuppe playne for settling what some belongs to every man for his land there, … William/1s Brooks and Thomas Noble were among the 17 Chicopee proprietors present.10

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. "Much discussion has prevailed over the correct spelling of the name, but the earliest signatures yet found give the name unequivocally Bodurtha. In the town records it is spelled Bedorden, Bedorda, Bedortha, Bodurtha, Bodortha, and Bedurtha."
  2. [S1077] George L. (Bud) Hartmann, citing Record of the Bodurtha Family (1896).
  3. [S929] William Pynchon and John Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 40, s. Ruth Bedortha b.
  4. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 40, Reese Bedortha/Blanch Lewis m.
  5. [S31] Joseph H. Smith, ed., Colonial Justice in Western Massachusetts, 217.
  6. [S639] Henry M. Burt, First Century of Springfield, 1:381.
  7. [S31] The Pynchon Court Record, 270.
  8. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 39, 40.
  9. [S31] The Pynchon Court Record, 266.
  10. [S639] Burt, First Century of Springfield, 2:91-93.
  11. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 39, John Bedortha b.; d.
  12. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 40, Joseph Bedortha b.
  13. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 40, Samuell Bedortha b.
  14. [S106] NEHGS Register, "Records of Springfield, Mass.", 18:143 (Apr 1864): John Bedortha b.

Joseph/2 Bodurtha

M, #1399, (15 March 1648/49 - )
Father*Reice/1 Bodurtha1 d. 18 Mar 1682/83
Mother*Blanche Lewis1 b. s 1625
Last Edited:13 Aug 2017

Child with Mary/2 Dumbleton:

  • John/3 Bodurtha13 b. 3 Feb 1675, d. 24 Nov 1684

Children with Lydia/2 Leonard:

  • Mary/3 Bodurtha14 b. 4 Sep 1679, d. 27 May 1684
  • Sarah/3 Bodurtha15 b. 18 Oct 1681

Children with Hannah/3 Marshfield:

  • Hannah/3 Bodurtha16 b. 4 Nov 1685
  • Joseph/3 Bodurtha1 b. 12 Dec 1686
  • Mary/3 Bodurtha17 b. 19 Sep 1691
  • Ethel/3 Bodurtha18 b. 30 Dec 1693
Joseph/2 Bodurtha was born 15 Mar 1648/49 at Springfield, Massachusetts.2,1
     5 May 1669, Wm Brookes complained of John Bagg, Edmund Pringridays and Joseph Bedortha that between them they had left 6 cattle in the field overnight without the required keeper. The Selectmen found for the plaintiff, and fined the three owners 30s between them.3
     The defendants of 1669 pushed back a year later. 16 Sep 1670, Reice Bedortha complained against William Brookes and Mary his wife for theire abusing of his son Joseph Bedortha by Bad language flinging a stick at him and using Reproachfull words Threatning expreshons and Taunting speeches. William Brooke and Mary his wife appeared, and though they partly denied the charges, magistrate Pynchon found them "both guilty of a very great Misdemeanor Touching that Busyness." He fined William 20s. and witness fees, Mary 10s. John Bagg and Edmund Pringridays were now witnesses against the Brookses.4
     Joseph Bodurtha married (1), 30 Jan 1672, Mary/2 Dumbleton of Springfield, daughter of John/1 Dumbleton and Mercy (–?–),5,6,7, who died at Springfield 3 Feb 1675.8 There he married (2), 2 Oct 1678, Lydia/2 Leonard, daughter of John/1 Leonard and Sarah Heald, and widow of John/2 Dumbleton Jr. (She was the sister-in-law of his 1st wife; his brother Samuel also married a sister of his 1st wife.)9,10 He married (3), 24 Jul 1684 at Springfield, Hannah/3 Marshfield of Springfield, daughter of Samuel/2 Marshfield and Esther/2 Wright.11,12

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S929] William Pynchon and John Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 40, Joseph Bedortha b.
  2. [S106] NEHGS Register, "Records of Springfield, Mass.", 18:85 (Jan 1864): Joseph Bedortha b.
  3. [S639] Henry M. Burt, First Century of Springfield, 1:381.
  4. [S31] Joseph H. Smith, ed., Colonial Justice in Western Massachusetts, 270.
  5. [S106] NEHGS Register, "Judge Pynchon's Marriage Record: 1685–1711," 123:259 (Oct 1969).
  6. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 50, Mary Dumbleton/Joseph Bedortha m.
  7. [S930] Pynchon Manuscript Records, 1, Joseph Bedortha/Mary Dumbleton m.
  8. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 40, Mary Bedortha d.
  9. [S930] Pynchon Manuscript Records, 2, Joseph Bodortha/wid. Lidiah Dumbleton m.
  10. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 50, wid. Lydia Dumbleton/Joseph Bodurtha m.
  11. [S930] Pynchon Manuscript Records, 3, Joseph Bodortha/Hanan Marshfeild m.
  12. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 40, Joseph Bedortha/Hannah Marshfeild m.
  13. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 39, John Bodurtha b.; 40, d.
  14. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 40, Mary Bedortha b.; d.
  15. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 40, Sarah Bedortha b.
  16. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 39, Hannah Bedortha b.
  17. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 40, Mary Bedortha b.
  18. [S929] Pynchon, Index to Hampshire Records, 39, Ethel Bedortha b.