bullet Ichabod BROCKETT was born in Nov 1733 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1305) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Ann GRANNIS.


bullet Jabez BROCKETT was born on 24 Oct 1656 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1306) Jacobus (712) fails to mention that two sons named Jabez were born to John Brockett. He cites the birth date for the one that marries Dorothy LYMAN as 24 Oct 1654, but it would appear that he is confusing this Jabez with the one that was born and died two years earlier. He died. (1307) Brocket (356) claims that Jabez was born in 1656, died 6 Nov 1769, and his will was probated in 1670. This seem highly unlikely since it would mean that Jabez was 113 when he died. I think he may have confused two sons born Jabez. Parents: John BROCKETT and Mrs. BROCKETT.


bullet Jabez BROCKETT died in 1654 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1308) He was born on 24 Oct 1654 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1309)(1310) Parents: John BROCKETT and Mrs. BROCKETT.


bullet Dr. John BROCKETT was born in 1642 in New Haven, New Haven Colony. (1311) He was baptised on 31 Dec 1642 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1312) Savage (472) says it was 31 Jan 1643. He was educated Physician before 1673 in Oxford University in England. (1313) He moved before 1720 to North Haven, New Haven, CT.(1314) He signed a will on 31 Aug 1720 in North Haven, New Haven, CT. (1315)(1316) He died Oct/Nov 1720 in North Haven, New Haven, CT.(1317) (1318) (1319) He was a Physician and farmer in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1320)(1321) he was the first permanent resident physician in New Haven Colony. He was buried in Montowese Cemetery, New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1322) John BROCKETT was born in New Haven Colony, but he was educated Oxford University as a physician. He was in fact the fist permanent resident physician in New Haven Colony. When he died, he donated a valuable medical library to Yale College but the library was scattered such that no trace remains (356).

He received 8 acres of land from the first allotment at Wallingford in 1669, 24 acres from his father's estate in 1680, and 44 more acres in the allotment of 1689 (356).
Parents: John BROCKETT and Mrs. BROCKETT.

He married to Elizabeth DOOLITTLE before 1673.(364) Children were: Mary BROCKETT, Mary BROCKETT, John BROCKETT, Elizabeth BROCKETT, Moses BROCKETT, Abigail BROCKETT, John BROCKETT, Samuel BROCKETT, Benjamin BROCKETT.


bullet John BROCKETT was born on 23 Oct 1676 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1323)(1324) He died on 29 Nov 1676 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.(1325) (1326) Parents: Dr. John BROCKETT and Elizabeth DOOLITTLE.


bullet John BROCKETT was born on 13 Sep 1686 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1327)(1328) He died on 17 Nov 1709 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.(1329) (1330) Parents: Dr. John BROCKETT and Elizabeth DOOLITTLE.


bullet John BROCKETT was born in 1609 in Brockett Hall, Hertfordshire, England. (1331) John BROCKETT was almost certainly the disinherited first son of Sir John BROCKETT of Brockett Hall in Hertfordshire, England. John fell in love with a maiden who was also a Puritan. He came to America in 1637 and when he was well established there, returned to England to marry her and bring her back with him. Because of this choice, however, his father not only denied him his entire inheritance, but also had his name removed from all family records. The evidence connecting father and son is not concrete, but, according to genealogist Edward Brockett, "there can be little doubt that he was the son of Sir John Brockett." He emigrated on 26 Jun 1637 to Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony.(1332) (1333) John BROCKETT was the first BROCKETT in America when he arrived at Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony. He came on the Hector with Reverend John Davenport. The passengers on board that ship were "gentlemen in wealth and character, with their servants and household effects." Most were from London and engaged as merchants and commercial businesses. Their arrival was joyously hailed at Boston for they were the wealthiest of immigrants to New England at that time. Shortly arriving, however, a small group led by Theophilus Eaton decided not to join Massachusetts Bay Colony, but to form a new colony. They explored the coast along Long Island Sound and chose a site that became New Haven Colony. Seven individuals wintered there to hold the site. Others arrived on 13 April 1638, including Davenport and John BROCKETT. They purchased land from the Quinipiac Indians and formed a government based upon strict religious principles. He moved on 13 Apr 1638 to New Haven Colony. (1334) BROCKETT was a signer of the first covenant of New Haven and became a leader among the founders of New Haven. His name appears more often on early town records than anyone but Eaton. These prosperous immigrants formed a new government of a town they called New Haven. The residents must have had confidence in BROCKETT's judgment as he was often appointed by the Planters to a committee to resolve cases of differing opinion regarding settlers and Indians. In 1660, he led an effort to resolve a border dispute between Connecticut Colony (in Hartford) and New Haven Colony. He moved in 1667 to Elizabethtown, Union, NJ.(1335) He moved in 1669 to Wallingford, New Haven Colony.(1336) In 1669, the Colony of New Haven began planning Wallingford village. The area was infested with thousands of wolves that killed cattle and sheep. John BROCKETT and his son Samuel was among the first 100 persons to settle there. Each of the 38 settlers was allotted land. BROCKETT received lot #1 of 12 acres and his son John received 8 acres. The new settlement was infested with wolves. John was elected to public offices and became one of the leading men of the town. He eventually represented Wallingford in the General Assembly. He was Deputy to the General Court between 1671 and 1685 in Wallingford, New Haven Colony. (1336) He served several nonconsecutive terms during this period. He served as a surgeon between 1675 and 1676 in King Philip's War (1675-1676). (1337) John BROCKETT was involved in the military over quite a long period. In 1643, he was fined a shilling for coming late to military training. In 1654, John BROCKETT is appointed surgeon among a group of soldiers who have aligned themselves against the Dutch who have settled along the Hudson River. In Jun 1675 an 1676, BROCKETT was again surgeon during the King Phillips war in which 600 colonialists were killed at a cost of over $1,000,000. He signed a will on 3 Mar 1690 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT. (1338)(1339) He died on 12 Mar 1690 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT. (1340)(1341) (1342) He was a surveyor, civil engineer, surgeon. (1343)(1344) In 1639, BROCKETT surveyed an area that is now the center of New Haven and laid out the borders with such accuracy that the same borders are used to this day. In 1667, 28 years later, BROCKETT was commissioned by the Governor of New Jersey to survey the bounds of Elizabethtown, which has since become the City of Elizabeth, NJ. This effort required him to temporary reside in that city. BROCKETT received an allotment of land for his efforts that he sold when he left Elizabeth in 1670. He was Puritain.(1345) He was Gen Assembly Representative, indian and gov't dispute settler. (1346)(1347) While living in Elizabethtown, the townspeople chose him and John Ogden were chosen to represent Elizabethtown in its House of Burgess. Parents: Sir John BROCKETT.

He married to Mrs. BROCKETT about 1642 in England. I assumed that they married early in 1642 about a year before the birth of their fist child. Children were: Dr. John BROCKETT, Be Fruitful BROCKETT, Benjamin BROCKETT, Mary BROCKETT, Silence BROCKETT, Benjamin BROCKETT, Abigail BROCKETT, Samuel BROCKETT, Jabez BROCKETT, Jabez BROCKETT.


bullet John BROCKETT was born on 31 Dec 1722 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1348) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Ann GRANNIS.


bullet Sir John BROCKETT resided Brockett's Hall and Manor in Herefordshire, England. (1349)(1350) Sir John disinherited and outlawed his eldest son John and had hi name removed from all family records due to his son's support of Puritan ideas. He was knighted.(1336) He was knighted by Queen Elizabeth.

Children were: John BROCKETT .


bulletJohn BROCKETT was born on 31 Dec 1722 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1351) He died on 23 Aug 1812 in North Haven, New Haven, CT. (1352) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Lydia HUMISTON.


bullet Keziah BROCKETT was born on 13 Jun 1735 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1353) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Ann GRANNIS.


bullet Lydia BROCKETT was born on 28 Aug 1712 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1354) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Ann GRANNIS.


bullet Lydia BROCKETT was born on 28 Aug 1713 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1355) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Lydia HUMISTON.


bullet Mary BROCKETT was born on 18 Feb 1674 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1356)(1357) (1358) 472 and 356 say she was born one year later. Parents: Dr. John BROCKETT and Elizabeth DOOLITTLE.


bullet Mary BROCKETT was born on 25 Sep 1646 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1359) She was baptised on 28 Sep 1646 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (364)(1360) Parents: John BROCKETT and Mrs. BROCKETT.


bullet Mary BROCKETT was born on 26 Jun 1719 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1361) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Ann GRANNIS.


bullet Mary BROCKETT died in 1673 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1362) She was born on 6 May 1673 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1363) Parents: Dr. John BROCKETT and Elizabeth DOOLITTLE.


bullet Mary BROCKETT was born on 26 Jan 1719/20 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1364) She died on 19 Jun 1787 in North Haven, New Haven, CT. (1365) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Lydia HUMISTON.


bullet Moses BROCKETT was born on 23 Apr 1680 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1366)(1367) (1368) Brockett (356) says he and his siblings were born in Wallingford, but Jacobus (712) says he was born in New Haven, which sounds more likely. The father, John Brockett Jr, receives lands in Wallingford from his father in 1680. It does not seem obvious that he moved there. His will was written in New Haven as well. He died on 5 Nov 1764 in North Haven, New Haven, CT. (1369) He was a Farmer (very wealthy). (1370) He was a very wealthy farmer and owned a great deal of real estate including a parcel two miles long and one mile wide which he willed to his oldest son John (356). Parents: Dr. John BROCKETT and Elizabeth DOOLITTLE.

He married to Ann GRANNIS on 8 Jan 1706 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1371)(1372) Children were: Ann BROCKETT, Silence BROCKETT , Lydia BROCKETT, Moses BROCKETT , Samuel BROCKETT, Benjamin BROCKETT, Elizabeth BROCKETT, Mary BROCKETT, Abraham BROCKETT, Abigail BROCKETT, John BROCKETT, Ebenezer BROCKETT, Abel BROCKETT, Richard BROCKETT, Stephen BROCKETT, Sarah BROCKETT, Ichabod BROCKETT, Keziah BROCKETT.

He married to Lydia HUMISTON about 1712.(364) (1373) Children were: Lydia BROCKETT, Moses BROCKETT, Elizabeth BROCKETT, Mary BROCKETT, Abigail BROCKETT, Abraham BROCKETT, John BROCKETT.


bullet Moses BROCKETT was born on 17 Jan 1714 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1374) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Ann GRANNIS.


bullet Moses BROCKETT was born on 17 Jan 1714 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1375) He died in Oct 1758 in Lake George, NY. (1376) Died at camp. Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Lydia HUMISTON.


bullet Mrs. BROCKETT emigrated between 1644 and 1645 to New Haven Colony. (1377)

She married to John BROCKETT about 1642 in England. I assumed that they married early in 1642 about a year before the birth of their fist child. Children were: Dr. John BROCKETT, Be Fruitful BROCKETT, Benjamin BROCKETT, Mary BROCKETT, Silence BROCKETT, Benjamin BROCKETT, Abigail BROCKETT, Samuel BROCKETT, Jabez BROCKETT, Jabez BROCKETT.


bullet Richard BROCKETT was born on 11 Sep 1727 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1378) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Ann GRANNIS.


bullet Samuel BROCKETT was born on 8 Nov 1691 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1379)(1380) He died on 3 Mar 1775 in North Haven, New Haven, CT.(1381) Parents: Dr. John BROCKETT and Elizabeth DOOLITTLE.


bullet Samuel BROCKETT was born on 14 Jan 1651 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (364)(1382) Savage says he was born exactly one year later. He died on 26 Oct 1742 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.(364) (1383) Parents: John BROCKETT and Mrs. BROCKETT.


bullet Samuel BROCKETT was born in Mar 1715 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1384) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Ann GRANNIS.


bullet Sarah BROCKETT was born on 29 May 1731 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1385) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Ann GRANNIS.


bullet Silence BROCKETT was born on 3 Nov 1709 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1386) Silence was born in Wallingford according to 189, but Jacobus cites his source and seems more trustworthy. She died in Sharon, Litchfield, CT. Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Ann GRANNIS.

She married to Deacon Ebenezer FRISBEE on 24 Dec 1731.(135) (1387)(1388) Ebenezer FRISBIE was elected Deacon in 1755 (the only man elected Deacon been 1747 to 1765).

Children were: Deborah FRISBEE, Anna FRISBEE, Private Benjamin FRISBEE, Captian Hezekiah FRISBEE, Ebenezer FRISBEE, Moses FRISBEE, Silence FRISBEE.


bullet Silence BROCKETT was born on 4 Jan 1648 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1389) She was baptised on 3 Jun 1648 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (364)(1390) Parents: John BROCKETT and Mrs. BROCKETT.


bullet Stephen BROCKETT was born on 20 Mar 1729 in New Haven, New Haven, CT. (1391) Parents: Moses BROCKETT and Ann GRANNIS.


bullet Andrew BROWN was born about 1838 in VT.(1392) Parents: Levi BROWN and Lucretia.


bullet Augusta BROWN was born about 1848 in VT.(1393) May have died young. Not on 1860 census. Parents: Lyman BROWN and Renon?.


bullet Charles BROWN was born in 1848/49 in VT.(1394) (1395) Parents: Levi BROWN and Lucretia.


bullet Emma BROWN was born about 1847 in VT.(1396) May have died young. Not on 1860 census. Parents: Lyman BROWN and Renon?.


bullet Emme BROWN was born about 1846 in VT.(1397) Parents: Lyman BROWN and Renon?.


bullet Estella BROWN was born about 1854 in VT.(1398) Parents: Levi BROWN and Lucretia.


bullet Franklin BROWN was born about 1844 in VT.(1399) Parents: Lyman BROWN and Renon?.


bullet Harriet BROWN was born on 26 Sep 1840 in Marlboro, Windham, VT. (1400)(270) (1401) She appeared on the census in 1850 in Marlboro, Windham, VT. (1402) Parents: Lyman BROWN and Renon?.

She married to Lyman Briggs POWERS on 23 Sep 1865 in Marlboro, Windham, VT. (1403) Children were: Eva G. POWERS, Emma POWERS, Lyman Brown POWERS, Hannah Belle POWERS, Mary POWERS, Leon POWERS.

She married to SMITH about 1864. (1400) I assumed that they were married one year before the birth of their eldest child. BUT this would mean that Harriet would have to remarry within a year. Did Mr. SMITH die suddenly in 1865? Was it the War? Could there have been a divorce? Children were: Alice SMITH.


bullet Henry BROWN was born about 1842 in VT.(1404) Parents: Lyman BROWN and Renon?.


bullet James BROWN was born about 1834 in VT.(1405) Parents: Levi BROWN and Lucretia.


bullet Levi BROWN was born about 1810 in VT.(1406) He appeared on the census in 1850 in Marlboro, Windham, VT. (1407) He appeared on the census in 1860 in Marlboro, Windham, VT. (1408) Value of real estate is $1000 and personal estate is $610. He was a farmer in Marlboro, Windham, VT. (1409)(1410)

He married to Lucretia.(172) Children were: Roseanna BROWN, James BROWN, Andrew BROWN, Viola R BROWN, Charles BROWN, Estella BROWN.


bullet Lyman BROWN was born about 1802/3 in VT.(1411) (1412) He appeared on the census in 1840 in Marlboro, Windham, VT.(1413) He appeared on the census in 1850 in Marlboro, Windham, VT. (1414) In 1850, LYMAN was 47 and living with a 30 year-old woman named Mary (Solman?). It further appears that his wife was dead but he had 8 children. I suspect that Mary was their nanny. He appeared on the census in 1860 in Marlboro, Windham, VT.(1415) Value of real estate $2000. Value of personal property $1048. He was a farmer in Marlboro, Windham, VT.(1416) (1417)(1418)

He married to Renon?.(270) Children were: Samuel BROWN, Lyman K BROWN, Harriet BROWN, Henry BROWN, Franklin BROWN, Emme BROWN, Emma BROWN, Augusta BROWN.

He married to Emiline between 1850 and 1860. It would appear that LYMAN married Emiline between the two censuses.


bullet Lyman K BROWN was born about 1837 in VT.(1419) Parents: Lyman BROWN and Renon?.


bullet Roseanna BROWN was born about 1832 in VT.(1420) Parents: Levi BROWN and Lucretia.


bullet Samuel BROWN was born about 1835 in VT.(1421) He was a farmer in 1850 in Marlboro, Windham, VT. (1422) Parents: Lyman BROWN and Renon?.


bullet Viola R BROWN was born on 7 Aug 1844 in Marlboro, Windham, VT. 339 gives birthplace. She appeared on the census in 1850 in Marlboro, Windham, VT. (1423) She appeared on the census in 1860 in Marlboro, Windham, VT. (1424) She died on 7 Jan 1917. She was buried in Williamsville Cemetery, Newfane, Windham, VT. Parents: Levi BROWN and Lucretia.

She married to Charles Wesley HALLADAY on 16 Jan 1862. Children were: Albert Eugene HALLADAY, HALLADAY.

She married to O.P. MORSE.


bullet William BROWN emigrated. x 1627-1634

He married to Mary WATSON on 15 Jul 1646 in Gloucester, Essex, MA. Children were: Mary WALKER.


bullet Eme BROWNE died before 1697 in Probable England. (1425) Genealogist John Fullertoen notes that Eme probably died in England as there is no recocord of her in America. Parents: John BROWNE.

She married to Nicholas DENNEN before 1675 in England.(1426) Children were: Nicholas DENNEN, William DENNEN, George DENNEN I.


bullet John BROWNE

Children were: Eme BROWNE.


bulletMary BRUEN.

She married to John BALDWIN. (1427) Children were: Abigail BALDWIN.

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