|bp. 24 August 1689||New Haven Conn||[Dickerman1 143][NHC1]|
|d. 2 January 1770||New Haven Conn||[NHC1]|
|m. 10 January 1711/12||New Haven Conn||[TAG 1:16]|
|b. 11 September 1677||New Haven Conn||[TAG 2:451-2]|
|d. 1 June 1761||West Haven Conn||[TAG 2:451-2]|
|m. 14 August 1700||New Haven Conn||[TAG 2:451-2]|
|bp. 28 May 1642||New Haven Conn||[TAG 2:451]|
|d. 1703||New Haven Conn||[Gillespie 91]|
|m. 27 December 1666||New Haven Conn||[Dickerman1 143]|
[323/651/711] Mary Thompson
|b. 24 April 1642||New Haven Conn||[Dickerman1 143]|
|d. November 1714||New Haven Conn||[Gillespie 91]|
|b. c 1640||New Haven Conn||[TAG 3:451]|
|d. 4 January 1705/6||New Haven Conn||[TAG 3:451]|
|m. 2 January 1658/9||New Haven Conn||[Dickerman1 156]|
[Gillespie 91] Died aged 66 years; buried in the Grove Street Cemetery.
|d. 23 November 1689||New Haven Conn||[Dickerman1 139-44]|
[Savage 1:454] New Haven 1639. Was an agent for the iron works 1664-7.
[TAG 2:451] Married 2nd Jane Woolen, widow of John Hall.
[Gillespie80-91] On 1 July 1644, one of 183 to take the oath of fidelity. Residence in 1665 in the west side of Church Street at the corner of Grove Street. In 1654 JC was one of 4 corporals in the New haven contingent of 133 men prepared for action against the Dutch (but which did not see any action). In 1642, he was appointed the town chimney sweep and continued through 1649. JC Sr held various offices: surveyor of highways in 46, 72 and 73; crier of stray cattle in 52 and 60; auditer of the acounts of the colony treasurer in 54; juryman10 times between 65 and 70; elected constable in 67 and 68; general viewer in 56, 57, 63 and 79; pounder in 71; elected "townsman" in 51, filled for 27 annual terms to the year 86 (from 84 called selectmen); deputy to the Conn Colony General Assembly in 66, 70, 71, 74 and 75. Served as attorneys in several lawsuits; was the principal in three suits. Participated in the attempts of the NH colony to establish a trading post on the Deleware; and served on numerous committees such as the those for the school house, the grain mill, boundary disputes, etc.
Dewayne E. Perry
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