|b. 1 June/July 1755||Killingly Conn||[Killingly VR 1:273]|
|d. 4 November 1836||Ellington Conn||[Ellington Inscr Cem 1, pg|
|m. 8 February 1781||Stafford Conn||[Stafford VR 2:131]|
|bp. 26 May 1728||Thompson Conn||[Ellithorp: 5]|
|m. 14 December 1749||Thompson Conn||[Ellithorp: 8]|
 Elisabeth Marsh
|b. 22 October 1729||Thompson Conn||[ancestry.com G6228D]|
|d. 28 November 1815||[ancestry.com G6228D]|
[Ellithorp: 5, 8-9] JE was baptized 26 may 1728 at the Congregational Church, Thompson Parish of Killingly Ct. On 14 December 1749 he married Elizabeth Marsh according to the Thompson Congregational Church Records. they moved from the Thompson parish of Killingly to 1774-1780, are given on the Stafford Vital Records. A section of Orcutville or West Stafford, not far from the Mass state line is still known as Ellithorpe's Crossing, the crossing being of a town road and the Central Vermont RR, formerly known as the New London Northern. by the colony of Connecticut to raise funds for yale College.
Children born at Killingly: Eunice, 28 June 1751; Samuel, 20 May 1753; Sybil, 1 June-July 1755; Jerusha, bp 2 April 1758; Melleson, 15 March 1759; Annah, 24 October 1760.
|m. 5 March 1718||Woodstock Conn||[Woodstock1 4:677-8]|
 Mehitable Aspinwall
|b. 7 September 1699||Woodstock Conn||[Woodstock1 4:677-8]|
[Woodstock1 4:677-8] Liet HE of Killingly. Married 1) Mehitible Aspinwall, daughter of Nathaniel Aspinwall and Abigail Bowen. 2) 4 December 1744 Rebecca Ormsbee. HE's farm was on the French River on the site of Grosvenordale in Thompson. HE was a Lieutenant in the Indian Wars. Children: Henry Jr, Mary, Nathaniel, Abigail, John, Martha, Isaac, Elizabeth, Huldah, and Ichabod.
[NEHGR 47:346] Mehitable Aspinwall married Henry Elithorp of Killingly Ct, by John Chandler, Esq.
[Rowley 112-3] HE is probably the HE who joined the Rowley church 7 December 1712 as an adult. We suppose him to be the HE whom, with his wife Mehitible was admitted at Killingly Conn, 22 February 1720. He may have married in Portsmouth NH Susanna Elliot.
|b. 13 June 1643||Rowley Mass||[Rowley 112-3]|
|d. 5 May 1719||Rowley Mass||[Rowley 112-3]|
 Mary --
|d. 21 March 1723/4||Rowley Mass||[Rowley 112-3]|
[Woodstock1 4:677-8] Of Rowley.
[Rowley 112-3] JE was of Newbury 1678-81, of Beverly with his wife Mary in 1686, of Manchester with his wife Mary in 1695. Children: Mary, John, Sarah, Martha, Abigail, and probably Henry.
|bp 6 March 1587/8||[NEHGR 120:21-25]|
|d. 1654||Rowley Mass||[Rowley 112-3]|
[Woodstock1 4:677-8] Of England and an early settler of Rowley.
[Rowley 112-3] TE had an acre and half house lot on Bradford St in 1643. This lot soon became the property of Richard Clark. TE lived on the ``John Cross farm'' then in Ipswich from about 1650 to the time of his death. We find no record of his first wife. He married 2) Abigail, widow of Thomas Sumner. 11 May 1654, Widow Abigail Elithorpe, Hugh Smith and John Pickard petitioned General Court for Probate of the will of TE, in which are mentioned his oldest son and three youngest chidren. Children: Nathaniel, Mary, Abigail, and John.
|d. Sept-Dec 1597||[NEHGR 120:21-25]|
|m. 27 Oct 1583||[NEHGR 120:21-25]|
 Isabel Watson
|bp. 21 February 1560||[NEHGR 120:21-25]|
[NEHGR 120:21-25] Isabel Watson married first 27 Oct 1583 as his second wife Richard Ellithorpe. His first wife Elizabeth Lee whom he married 6 June 1577 who gave him two children: Thomas, bp 1 Jan 1579/80 who died young, perhaps that Thomas Ellithorpe who was buried 28 Jan 1587/8; and william bp 21 July 1581. She probably died in December 1581, when there is a baptism of two Elizabeth Ellithorpes, one of which may be an error for burial. IW gave RE five children, four of which appear in his will, dated 10 Sept and proved 8 Dec 1597. He left her his "lease of the farmhold" for 10 years, if whe marry, then it goes to son William. He also will her 10 years in the great close at Hasholme, residue to sons Thomas and Christopher and daughters Francis and Mary, executors.
Isabel married secondly, by 3 Feb 1600, Thomas Brigham and by him had daughters Constance and Ann, for whom see the Brigham genealogy and the Crosby article by Mr Pringle mentioned here.. Ellithorpe childreh: Allison, Thomas, Christopher, Frances, and Mary.
Dewayne E. Perry
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