|b. 1670||[Willett1 73]|
|d. 1725||Hartford Conn||[TAG 1:201]|
|m. 1690||Middletown Conn||[Willett1 73]|
|b. c1618||[Willett1 71]|
|d. 4 January 1698||Hartford Conn||[Adams1 5]|
|m. c1665||[TGMB 1:10]|
 Sarah Adams
|b. c1641||Hartford Conn||[Willett1 72][c1643, TGMB 1:10]|
[NEHGR 59: 315-320] Hannah Adams married Nathaniel Willet, who came to Hartford c1642. She was his second wife. NW married third, Eleanor, widow of Jasper Clements and Nathaniel Browne, and this is certainly correct, but Savage speaks of Eleanor as the daughter of Jeremy.
[Willett1 71-72] NW may have been from Somersetshire, perhaps Bristol. Married 1) Elizabeth Wakeman, widow of Samuel, before 1 January 1645, who had 4 children (Ezbon, --, Elizabeth and Hannah); 2) Hannah Adams, daughter of Jeremy; 3) Elinor (Watts) Browne-Clements, widow of Joesph Clemends and daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Watts (she died 38 September 1703) NW served in King Phillip's war in the militia at Blackpoint Garrison. In 1645 a constable; noted as a townsman in Hartford in 1654, 66, 70, 75, 78, and 82. Sometime between 1683 and 1691 his house burnt to the ground. NW died at the age of 80 years and his estate was valued at 450-09-04.
[Adams1 4-5] Sarah Adams, daughter of Jeremy, married NW, who came to Hartford about 1642, as his second wife. He died leaving a good estate.
[TGMB 1:10] Sarah, b say 1643; m by about 1665 Nathaniel Willet.
Dewayne E. Perry
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