Ebenezer/3 Warriner

M, #414, (4 March 1680/81 - 5 February 1737)
Father*Dea. James/2 Warriner1 b. 21 Jan 1639/40, d. 14 May 1727
Mother*Elizabeth/2 Baldwin1 b. 1644, d. 24 Apr 1687
Last Edited:22 Aug 2017

Children with Joanna/3 Dickinson:

  • Joanna/4 Warriner+ b. 15 Aug 1711, d. 17 Mar 1756
  • Elizabeth/4 Warriner2 b. 16 Jun 1713, d. 29 Apr 1803 or 29 Apr 1805
Ebenezer/3 Warriner, born 4 Mar 1680/81 at Springfield, Massachusetts1, married, 8 Jan 1700/1, Joanna/3 Dickinson, daughter of Hezekiah/2 Dickinson and Abigail Blackman.2 They lived at Springfield, where he died 5 Feb 1737 (g.s.), a. 552, and was buried in Pine Street Cemetery.2 His widow married (2) Benjamin/3 Chapin, and died 31 Oct 1764.3

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S535] Rodney Jerome Stebbins, "The Stebbins Ancestral Society Web Site."
  2. [S27] Thomas B. Warren, "Springfield Families," 634-635, Ebenezer (8.) Warriner.
  3. [S27] Warren, "Springfield Families," 130, Benjamin (7.) Chapin.

Joanna/3 Dickinson

F, #415, (2 February 1684 - 31 October 1764)
Father*Hezekiah/2 Dickinson1 b. 28 Feb 1645/46, d. 14 Jun 1707
Mother*Abigail Blackman1 b. s 1650
Last Edited:22 Aug 2017

Children with Ebenezer/3 Warriner:

  • Joanna/4 Warriner+ b. 15 Aug 1711, d. 17 Mar 1756
  • Elizabeth/4 Warriner2 b. 16 Jun 1713, d. 29 Apr 1803 or 29 Apr 1805
Joanna/3 Dickinson, born 2 Feb 16841, married (1), 8 Jan 1700/1, Ebenezer/3 Warriner of Springfield, Massachusetts, son of Dea. James/2 Warriner and Elizabeth/2 Baldwin,2 who died at Springfield 5 Feb 1737, a. 55.2 She married (2), as his 2nd wife (int. 27 Sep 1740, Springfield), Benjamin/3 Chapin of S., son of Henry/2 Chapin and Bethiah/2 Cooley,3 who died 27 Mar 1756, a. 74.3 She died 31 Oct 1764 (g.s.), a. 80.3 Buried with her 2nd husband and his 1st wife in Chicopee Street Cemetery, Springfield.3

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S27] Thomas B. Warren, "Springfield Families," 233-234, Hezekiah Dickinson.
  2. [S27] Warren, "Springfield Families," 634-635, Ebenezer (8.) Warriner.
  3. [S27] Warren, "Springfield Families," 130, Benjamin (7.) Chapin.

Sgt. Thomas/1 Spencer

M, #420, (29 March 1607 - 11 September 1687)
Father*Gerard/a Spencer1,2 b. 20 May 1576, d. b 1646
Mother*Alice Whitbred1 b. s 1580
Last Edited:19 Feb 2016

Children with Ann Derifield:

  • Obadiah/2 Spencer6 b. circa 1639, d. May 1712
  • Thomas/2 Spencer7 b. circa 1641, d. 23 Jul 1689

Children with Sarah Bearding:

Sgt. Thomas/1 Spencer was baptised 29 Mar 1607 at Stotfold, Bedfordshire.1,2 Emigrated to New England, 1633.2 Admitted a freeman of Cambridge, Massachusetts 14 May 1634.2 Removed, 1636, to Hartford, Connecticut, where he was a first settler.2,3 In 1638 he had a house lot there on Main Street, and in 1671 received a grant of land there "for his good service for the country."3 He married (1), by 1639, Ann Derifield, born in England circa 1610, with whom he had 3 children.4 He married (2), 11 Sep 1645 at Hartford, Sarah Bearding, daughter of Nathaniel Bearding, with whom he had 6 children.4 His will, 9 Sep 1687, made "cousin" [nephew] Samuel Spencer an overseer.4 He died at Hartford 11 Sep 1687 at age 80.5,4
     See The Great Migration Begins and Jacobus, "The Four Spencer Brothers—Their Ancestors and Descendants" (Apr 1951), TAG 27:79–87.2

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S121] The American Genealogist, Jacobus, Donald L., "The Four Spencer Brothers—Their Ancestors and Descendants," 27:79–87 (Apr 1951): Gerard [5.], Thomas [7.]
    Hereinafter TAG.
  2. [S520] Anderson, Sanborn and Sanborn, The Great Migration, 1634–1635, Spencer, Thomas, unpaginated transcription online at http://www.ancestry.com
  3. [S810] Hezekiah S. Sheldon, Documentary History of Suffield, 40.
  4. [S1049] Donald L. Jacobus, "Four Spencer Brothers," unpaginated, Sergt. Thomas [7.] Spencer.
  5. [S53] Gravestone, Spencer family monument, Windsor, CT, photo found on the Internet: "D. Hartford 1687."
  6. [S121] TAG, Jacobus, Donald L., "The Four Spencer Brothers—Their Ancestors and Descendants," 27:161–85 (Oct 1951): Obadiah [11.].
  7. [S53] Gravestone, Spencer family monument, Windsor, CT, photo found on the Internet.
  8. [S1049] Jacobus, "Four Spencer Brothers," 87, Sgt. Thomas (1) [7.] Spencer.