Nathaniel Abbe




Nathaniel Abbe was born July 13, 1765, in Windham, Windham Co., CT, and died November 11, 1798, in Dutchess Co., NY, at age 33. He is the son of Isaac Abbe of Windham, Windham Co., Colony of Connecticut, and Eunice Church of Groton, New London Co., Colony of Connecticut.

Nathaniel Abbe (age 15) enlisted January 15, 1781, as a Private in the 4th Connecticut Regiment, with expiration of service December 31, 1781, for a term of 11 months and 16 days.  15 Captain Potter's company, in Col. Butler's regiment. Nancy (Moon ) (Abbe) Little believes he served three years, and must have left the army in the year 1783 as she was married in the year 1784. He marched at Fishkill and Perkins hill, when they had a skirmish with the British at Dobbs Ferry. Pomp McCuff served with Nathaniel Abbe in the same unit.

Nancy Moon was born 1765, in Windham, Windham Co., CT, and died January 18, 1852, at the Poor House, Windham, Windham Co., CT, at about age 87.

Nathaniel Abbe and Nancy Moon were married September 20, 1784, in Windham, Windham Co., CT, by Hezekiah Bissell, J.P.

Nathaniel Abbe and Nancy (Moon) Abbe had four children:

  1. Lurana/Lourina Abbe: Born about 1785, in Windham, Windham Co., CT; Died Unknown.
  2. Nancy Abbe: Born March 7, 1787, in Windham, Windham Co., CT; January 27, 1840, in New London or Norwich, CT. Married (1) Elisha Button: Born in Hinsdale, MA; Died Unknown. Nancy married (2) to Unknown Tyndall: Born Unknown; Died Unknown. Married (3) 1823, in Windham, Windham Co., CT, to Francis Snow: Born Unknown; Died 1834 -1835 in Lebanon, CT.
  3. Polly Abbe: Born Unknown, in Windham, Windham Co., CT; Unknown.
  4. Eunice Abbe: Born Unknown, in Windham, Windham Co., CT; Unknown.

Nathaniel Abbe and Nancy (Moon) Abbe were divorced about 1788, in Windham, Windham Co., CT.

Nathaniel Abbe then married Tabitha Hazen.

Tabitha Hazen was born about 1776 in Lyme, New London Co., CT, and died after 1810 in Unknown. She is the daughter of John Beaver Hazen of Lyme, New London, CT, and Anna Landon of Lyme, New London Co., CT.

Nathaniel Abbe and Tabitha Hazen were married 1790, in Windham, Windham Co., CT.

Nathaniel Abbe and Tabitha (Hazen) Abbe had several children:

  1. Amasa Abbe: Born about 1790, in Windham, Windham Co., CT; Died December 8, 1843, in Chemung Twp., Chemung Co Co., NY (about age 54). Married about 1818, in Windham, Windham Co., CT, to Unknown Unknown: Born Unknown; Died before 1843 in New York. Had son Benjamin, and two daughters.
  2. Polly Abbe: Born about 1791, in Windham, Windham Co., CT; Unknown. Last heard from in 1859. Married 1812, in Windham, Windham Co., CT, to Mathis Moss.: Born 1787, in Windham, Windham Co., CT; Died Unknown. They had a son, John Moss, born 1813, in Windham, Windham Co., CT; Died after 1864; also other children.
  3. Abner Abbe: Born about 1792, in Windham, Windham Co., CT; Died May 22, 1859, in South Hadley, MA (about age 67). Married to Unknown, and had children Orin; Amanda; Lucinda.
  4. Abraham Abbe: Born about 1793, in Windham, Windham Co., CT; Died after 1860, in West Sparta Twp., Livingston Co., NY. Buried in Saint Anthony's Shrine Cemetery, Emmitsburg, Frederick Co., MD. Married about 1820, in Unknown, to Mary H. Unknown: Born Unknown; Died Unknown. Buried in Saint Anthony's Shrine Cemetery, Emmitsburg, Frederick Co., MD.
  5. Joseph Abbe: Born May 7, 1796, in Dutchess Co., NY; Died November 15, 1869, in Burdette Twp., near Hector, Schuyler Co., NY (age 73). Buried in Jones Cemetery, Hector Twp., Schuyler Co., NY. Married (1) 1820, in Rome, Oneida Co., NY, to Mary Knight: Born December, 1800, in Orange Co., NY; Died August 15, 1865, in Concord, Erie Co., NY (age 64). Married (2) 1831 in Rome, Oneida Co., NY, to Sarah Mulford: Born 1805 in Hector, Schuyler Co., NY; Died May 17, 1851, in Hector, Schuyler Co., NY (about age 46).

Nancy (Moon) Abbe then married Philemon Little.

Philemon Little (a bastard child) was born December 7, 1766, in Preston, New London Co., CT, and died January 13, 1840, at the Poor House, Windham, Windham Co., CT, at age 73. He is the son of Father Unknown, and the bastard son of Mary Little of Unknown.

Philemon Little and Nancy (Moon) Abbe were married June 29, 1799, in Windham, Windham Co., CT, by Hezekiah Bissell, J.P.

Philemon Little and Nancy (Moon) (Abbe) Little had no children.




TIMELINE

The Province of New York (1664-1783) (Dutch: Provincie Nieuw-Nederland or Provincie New York) was a British colony which included most of the present U. S. State of New York. The province originally included the current states of New Jersey, Delaware and Vermont, along with inland portions of Massachusetts and Maine. The province was named for James, Duke of York and brother to Charles II in 1664, when the colony was won from the Dutch.

Abraham Hazen, son of John  Hazen and Anna (Landon) Hazen, was born October 4, 1777, in Westtown, Orange Co., NY, and died July 13, 1841, in New York, at age 63.


Page 94 THE HAZEN FAMILY IN AMERICA 291 vi. Charlotte, b. 12 May 1778. 292 vii. George, b. 22 Sept. 1779, d. 24 Dec. 1783. 293 viii. Henry, b. 5 Jan. 1781, d. 11 Jan. 1781. 294 ix. LeBaron, b. 7 Apr. 1782. 295 X. Edwin, b. 5 Aug. 1783. 296 xi. George Henry, b. 27 Dec. 1784. 297 xii. A daughter, b. and d. 17 Mar. 1786. 296 xiii. Frances Amelia, b. 17 July 1787. 299 xiv. Frederick Edward, b. 22 Sept. 1788, d. 24 June 1790. 300 XV. Frederick Edward, b. 25 Dec. 1792, d. 8 Jan. 1825 [g. *.], 301 xvi. Sophia Ann, b. 5 Apr. 1796, d. 21 July 1812 [g. s.]. 111. John5 Hazen (John*, John3, Thomas2, Edward1), born at Lyme, Conn., 10 Feb. 1737/8, died at Minisink, Orange Co., N. Y., 1795; m. Anna Landon of Connecticut, who survived him.* The first evidence of this family in New York is found in a mortgage given 19 Nov. 1772 by John Hazen of the "Precinct of Goshen, County of Orange, and Province of New York" to Wm. Wickham of the City of New York, on a tract of land of about 98 acres in Warwick, "to be void on payment of £154 with interest on 19 Nov. 1773, in full discharge of one bond bearing even date with these from John Hazen and Joseph Hazen." Again, on 20 Mar. 1791, John Hazen of the Precinct of Goshen, etc., purchased "one half of lot no. 3 situated at the south end of lot no. 9 in the first west Division in the Patent of Wawayanda, County of Orange," and gave a mortgage for the full amount (£60), which was paid 16 Feb. 1796. By his will, dated 26 Mar. 1795, which begins "John Hazen of Minisink township, weak in body but of perfect mind and memory," he left to his "eldest son Samuel ten shil- lings" and to his wife all his lands, etc., and named his friend Paul Lee and his wife Anna, executors. The will was proved in April 1795. Children: 302 i. Samuel', b. 3 July 1765. 303 ii. Isaiah, b. 15 June 1768. 304 iii. Jeremiah, b. about 1771-3. 305 iv. John; m. Lizzie Stewart. He is said to have been a wagon maker. 306 v. Abraham, b. 4 Oct. 1777. 307 vi. Joseph, b. about 1783. 308 vii. Phebe; m. Michael Hendershot. They are said to have lived in Wallkill or Chester, Orange Co., N. Y. Michael's will was dated 11 Nov. 1786 and he left to his grandson Moses Moris a black mare and colt; all the rest of his estate was to be equally divided among his children: John Hendershot (said to have lived near Florida, N. Y., in 1820), Elizabeth Semen, Cateren [Catherine?] Denis, Casper Hendershot, Jacob Hender- shot, William Hendershot, Sarah Roof, and Suffiah [Sophia] Roof. The names of Isaiah Hendershot, unmarried, and Israel Hendershot, who mar- ried Betsey Stidd and lived in Sullivan Co., N. Y., are also given in this family. 'Probably daughter of Capt. Samuel and Elizabeth Landon of Hackettstown, N. J.; the Landons me from Colchester, Conn. See Genealogical Mogorine of New Jersey, 10: 81.—D.L.J.

Page 95 THE HAZEN FAMILY IN AMERICA 95 309 viii. Tabitha; m. Nathaniel Abbe, b. at Windham, Conn., 13 July 1765, son of Isaac and Eunice (Church) Abbe. [Abbe-Abbey Genealogy (1916), p. 130.] 310 ix. Lizzie; m. David Wilson. 114. Nathaniel5 Hazen (John*, John8, Thomas2, Edward1), born in New Jersey, 17 Mar. 1745, died in Beaver Co., Pa., 3 Nov. 1835; married 27 Nov. 1768, Maky Bell, born 24 Oct. 1748, died 29 Dec. 1834, probably daughter of Isaac Bell. The family tradition* is that Nathaniel Hazen, soon after his marriage, joined the other Connecticut colonists in the Wyoming settlement on the Susquehanna River, but was driven out by the Indians at the time of the massacre in 1778. He, together with two or three brothers of his father, returned to New Jersey. [The records of Sussex Co., N. J., show that he was named an executor of the estate of his brother-in-law James Bell in 1778 and that "Nathaniel Hazen late of Newton, Sussex Co." sold land in Newton in 1793.] He is said to have served in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War, and at its close to have moved with his brothers Joseph and Samuel to Fort Pitt (now Pittsburgh, Pa.). Not satisfied with Fort Pitt, they located in Washington County on Chartiers Creek in the Monongahela valley. They were very poor, having lost all when driven from the Wyoming valley, and here in the west, without convenient markets, their life was full of hardships. They took to making their grain into high wines, which they transported on pack saddles to Philadelphia, where they traded it for necessaries. Then Congress passed the Act levying an excise tax on high wines payable in coin, but the settlers had no coin and considered the tax unjust. In the ensuing Whiskey Rebellion, the Hazens were among the insurgents and at its close, rather than ask pardon for wrong which they did not admit they committed, the family in council decided to seek refuge m the wilderness. They went north of the Ohio River and opened up the tract where North Sewickley, Beaver Co., is now located. Nathaniel Hazen's farm was still in the possession of his grandson Smith McDaniel Hazen in the 1850*s. On 28 Jan. 1797 Charles Morgan of Allegheny Co., Pa., for i91 10s. conveyed to Nathaniel Hazen of Allegheny Co. 182 acres 143 perches called "Harcourt," [also read "Mancourt"], situated on the waters of Montours Run in Allegheny Co. [Allegheny Co. Deeds, 18: 463.] On 9 Sept. 1807 Benjamin Chew, Jr., conveyed to Nathaniel Hazen of Beaver Co., Pa., 200 acres, part of a tract called "Hatfield," situated on the Conequenessing Creek. [Beaver Co. Deeds, B: 83.] In Jan. 1821 Nathaniel Hazen and wife Mary of Beaver Co. for $1000 conveyed to Samuel Hazen land in North Sewickley township, Beaver Co., bordering on land of Nathaniel Hazen, J. Merrick, and James Hazen, and on Conequenessing Creek, containing 115 acres, being part of Hazen's Delight * This la the story as told for the most part by Isaac Hazen, son of Nathaniel, to Aaron L. Hazen about 18S7.

Page 96 THE HAZEN FAMILY IN AMERICA which contained 393 acres 32 perches, of which 208 acres 50 perches were conveyed by Isaac Hazen to Nathaniel Hazen on 24 Mar. 1806. Witnesses: Stephen Runyan, Johannah Runyan. [Beaver Co. Deeds, H: 182.] Will of Nathaniel Hazen, dated 13 Oct. 1830, proved 6 June 1836, fanner of North Sewickley township, Beaver Co., Pa., left to his wife Mary the house where he resided and certain sums contained in an article between him and his son Samuel; to son James $10 and his blacksmith's tools which he already had; to son John $10 and to John's son John $5; to son Isaac $5; to son Nathaniel $1; to son Nathan $1; to son Samuel all the land he possessed, he to pay $10 an acre; to James, Lemuel, Amos, and Nathaniel Hazen [sons of his deceased son Jeremiah] $45 equally divided. John Merrick and son John Hazen to be executors. Witnesses: Abraham McDaniel, Sarah Eber- hart, Elizabeth McDaniel, John Eberhart. [Beaver Co., Wills, B: 130.] Children: 311 L Jeremiah', b. 11 Oct 1769. 312 ii. James, b. 7 Jan. 1772. 313 Hi. John, b. 10 Nov. 1773. 314 iv. Isaac, b. 6 Oct. 1775. 315 v. Sarah, b. 5 Sept. 1777. 316 vi. Mercy, b. 29 Oct. 1779, d. y. 317 vii. Nathaniel, b. 30 July 1781. 318 viii. Deborah, b. 14 Aug. 1782. 319 ix. Mary, b. 2 Sept. 1784. 320 X. Nathan, b. 1 May 1786. 321 xi. Hannah, b. 20 July 1788. 322 xiL Samuel, b. 27 Aug. 1791. 323 xiii. Huldah, b. 24 Feb. 1794. 115. Eunice8 Hazen (John*, John3, Thomas2, Edward1), born at Col- chester, Conn., 22 May 1747, died at Brookfield, Trumbull Co., Ohio; married Jacob Reeder, who also died at Brookfield. Children (Reeder) :* i. Benjamin9, b. 25 Mar. [1769]. ii. Elizabeth, b. 24 Aug. [1771]. iii. Joseph, b. 28 Nov. [1773]. iv. Deborah, b. 31 Aug. 1775. v. Ann, b. 2 Feb. 1780. vi. Jacob, b. 25 July 1782. vii. Hezekiah, b. 28 Sept. 1785. viii. John, b. 4 Apr. 1787. ix. Nathaniel, b. 14 Apr. 1789. x. James, b. 10 Sept. 1793. 116. Joseph6 Hazen (John*, John3 Thomas2, Edward1), born at Col- chester, Conn., 28 Sept. 1749, died at North Sewickley, Pa., 1831; married * The compiler had not completed this family record, but the births of the children are from the old Jacob Reeder Bible.


Nathaniel Abbe and Nancy Mood Records, Connecticut.  


The Barbour collection of Windham Town birth records, pre. 1870, Connecticut.  


An overview of Nathaniel Abbe's Revolutionary War Enlistments.  


   

Connecticut historic maps: left to right, 1755 and 1768.  


http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~abbefamily/

Nathaniel Abbe was born July 13, 1765, in Windham, Windham Co., CT.

Nancy Moon was born 1765, in Windham, Windham Co., CT.

Philemon Little was born December 7, 1766, in Preston, New London Co., CT.

Tabitha Hazen was born about 1776 in Lyme, New London Co., CT.

Nathaniel Abbe and Nancy Moon were married September 20, 1784, in Windham, Windham Co., CT, by Hezekiah Bissell, J.P.

Nathaniel Abbe and Nancy (Moon) Abbe were divorced about 1788, in Windham, Windham Co., CT.

Nathaniel Abbe and Tabitha Hazen were married 1790, in Windham, Windham Co., CT.


   

John Hazen Family History.


John Hazen created his Last Will and Testament on March 26, 1795, in Orange Co., NY.


       

John Hazen Last Will and Testament.


John Hazen died April 28, 1795, in Minisink, Orange Co., NY, at age 58.

Nathaniel Abbe died November 11, 1798, in Dutchess Co., NY, at age 33.

Philemon Little and Nancy (Moon) Abbe were married June 29, 1799, in Windham, Windham Co., CT, by Hezekiah Bissell, J.P.

The 1800 U. S. Census taken in 1800, shows Isaac Abbe is the Head of Household, and is living in Windham Twp., Windham Co., CT. There are a total of 1 Male 45 and older; 1 Female 10 - 15; and 1 Female 45 and older.

The 1800 U. S. Census taken in 1800, shows Isaac Abbe is the Head of Household, and is living in Ashford Twp., Windham Co., CT. There are a total of 1 Male under 10; 1 Male 16 - 25; 1 Male 45 and older; and 1 Female 45 and older.

The 1810 U. S. Census taken in 1810, shows Tabitha Abbe is the Head of Household, and is living in Minisink, Orange Co., NY. There are a total of 1 Male under 10; 1 Male 16 - 25; 2 Females Under 10, 1 Female 10 - 15, and 1 Female 26 - 44.

Beginning in September, 1836, Nancy (Moon) (Abbe) Little began receiving pension payments for the service of her first husband, Nathaniel Abbe. The payments ended upon her death in 1852.


Nancy (Moon) (Abbe) Little Pension Application Records from fold3.com. She was required to document her marriage to Nathaniel Abbe, as well as her subsequent marriage to Philemon Little.


   

Nancy (Moon) (Abbe) Little Pension Payment Records.


Philemon Little died January 13, 1840, at the Poor House, Windham, Windham Co., CT, at age 73.

The 1850 U. S. Census taken on October 20, 1850, shows Nancy Little (age 87) born in Connecticut, is a Pauper, and is living at the Poor House, Windham, Windham Co., CT.

The 1850 U. S. Census taken on July 18, 1850, shows Joseph Abby (age 54) is a Basket Maker, and is living in the Town of Hector, Tompkins Co., NY. Living with him are: Sarah Abby (age 33); Andrew Abby (age 10); Susanna Abby (age 8); Mary Abby (age 5); and Joseph Abby (age 2).

Tabitha (Hazen) Abbe died Unknown.

Nancy (Moon) (Abbe) Little died January 18, 1852, at the Poor House, Windham, Windham Co., CT, at about age 87.

Amasa Abbe died December 8, 1843, in Chemung Twp., Chemung Co Co., NY, at about age 54.


Amasa Abbe Probate Record.


The 1855 New York State Census taken on June 28, 1855, shows Joseph Abby (age 59) born in Dutchess Co., NY, is a widower Basket Maker, and has lived in this city or town for 12 years, and who owns land, and is living in a slate house worth $30, in the Town of Hector, Schuyler Co., NY. Living with him are: a male child, Andrew Abby (age 15) born in Steuben Co., NY, and has lived in this city or town for 12 years; a female child, Mary Abby (age 10) born in Chenango Co., NY, and has lived in this city or town for 10 years; a male child, Joseph Abby Jr. (age 6) born in Schuyler Co., NY, and has lived in this city or town for 6 years; a male child, Samuel Abby (age 5) born in Schuyler Co., NY, and has lived in this city or town for 6 years; and a widowed Servant, Lydia Hawkins (age 47) born in Chenango Co., NY, and has lived in this city or town for 1 years.


The 1855 New York State Census for Joseph Abbey.


The 1860 U. S. Census taken on 1860, shows Joseph Abbey (age 65) born in New York, and with real estate of $100 and personal estate of $100 is a Day Laborer, and is living in the Town of Hector, Schuyler Co., NY. Living with him are: Samuel Abbey (age 7) born in New York; and Lydia Hawkins (age 50) born in New York.

Joseph Abbe died November 15, 1869, in Burdette Twp., near Hector, Schuyler Co., NY, at age 73. Buried in Jones Cemetery, Hector Twp., Schuyler Co., NY.


Town of South Hadley:

Isaac Abbey was an early settler of Enfield. His son Abner bought a farm in Wilbraham, but afterwards moved to Granby, where he died. Abner, Jr., lived in Boston, for a time, and then moved to South Hadley. His son Abner was born in this town, November 5, 1812, married Chloe A. Root, and has had born to him a large family of children, five of whom are living, namely, Emma, Arthur L., Charles C., Silas B., and Sibyl. Mrs. Abby died in February, 1874.


ABBE BIOGRAPHY

AS RECORDED IN:

COMMEMORATIVE BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD OF TOLLAND AND WINDHAM COUNTIES CONNECTICUT.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF PROMINENT AND REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS AND OF MANY OF THE EARLY SETTLED FAMILIES.

PUBLISHER: J. H. BEERS & CO., CHICAGO; 1903

THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXCERPT FROM THE BIOGRAPHY OF
CHARLES SMITH

…..Charles Smith was born Sept. 14, 1807, in Windham….

Mr. Smith was married at North Windham, Nov. 3,1835, to Mary Abbe, who was born Aug. 14, 1816, in Windham, and died April 10, 1901. She was a descendant of a family long noted in Colonial annals, and was the mother of two children: Guilford, mentioned elsewhere; and Mary, who became the wife of P. H. Woodward, of Hartford, and has two children, Helen and Charles Guilford, the former now the wife of Rev. Stephen Henry Granberry, rector of St. Barnabas’ Episcopal Church at Newark, N.J. Mrs. Granberry is the mother of two children, Helen and Mary Emeline.

The Abbe genealogy is traced to Mrs. Smith as follows: John Abbe a resident of Salem, Mass., as early as 1637, had two wives, both of whom bore the name Mary. The first died in 1672, and he was married to the second in 1674. He died at Wendham, Mass., about 1690.

Samuel Abbe, son of John Abbe, married Mary Knowlton in 1672, and died in 1698, having made his home at Wendham.

Ebenezer Abbe, son of Samuel Abbe, was born in Salem, Mass., in 1683, and was at Norwich, Conn., in 1705, and at Windham the following year. His home was near North Windham, in the town of Mansfield. In 1725, he united with the Hampton Church. He married Mary, a daughter of Joshua Allen, in 1707, and she died in 1766.

Joshua Abbe, born in 1710, married Mary Ripley in 1736. She was a daughter of Joshua Ripley, of Willimantic. Mr. Abbe had an extensive farm near the Chaplin line, which he called his “kingdom,” and owing to the influence which he exercised in the community, was often called “King Abbe.” He died in 1807, and his wife in 1769.

Phineas Abbe, son of Joshua Abbe, was born Nov. 22, 1746, and in 1767, married Mary, daughter of Gideon Bingham, Sr. She died, and in 1778 he married Susannah Brown. Mr. Abbe was a prosperous farmer in Windham, his homestead being south of Windham Center, where he died in 1800, his widow, who was born in Windham May 15, 1752, surviving until April 26, 1804.

Moses Cleveland Abbe, son of Phineas, was born Nov. 16, 1785, and married Feb. 1, 1809, Talitha Waldo, daughter of Zaccheus Waldo, of Windham. Mr. Abbe lived two miles south of Windham Center. His daughter, Mary, became the wife of Charles Smith, as above related. The other children are thus briefly noted: Susan married Andrew Frink, of Windham, and was the mother of a son, Edwin; George went to New York City, where he married Charlotte Colgate; Eliza Taintor is the widow of Henry S. Walcott, who was at one time president of the Windham bank, and died in Windham; Mary was fourth; Joshua G., now deceased, married Sarah Fuller, of Windham, who bore him a son and two daughters, Jessie, Waldo and Susan; and John Randolph, who was twice married, first to Lucy Avery, of South Windham, and, second, to Josephine Robbins, resides in Providence, R.I. (Lucy A. Abbe was the mother of Charles S. Abbe, now a citizen of Pittsburg, Pa.).


ABBY, ABBEY, or ABBEE, JOHN, Salem 1637, when gr. of ld. was made to him, of Reading later, and freem. 1685, then call. sen. so that perhaps he had s. of the same name, and very prob. is it, that he had others. JOHN, Wenham, an early sett. d. late in life, 1700, leav. wid. Hannah, and ch. Richard, b. 9 Feb. 1683; prob. others. OBADIAH Enfield, 1682, m. Sarah, wid. of Joseph Warriner, to wh. she was sec. w. had no ch. to be nam. in his will, 1752, the yr. he d. SAMUEL, Wenham, perhaps br. of John of the same, d. 1698. leav. wid. Mary, and ch. Mary, aged 25; Samuel, 23; Thomas, 20; Eleazer, 18; Ebenezer, 16; Mercy, 14; Sarah, 13; Hepzibah, 10; Abigail, 8; John, 7; Benjamin, 6; and Jonathan, 2. His wid. m. Abraham Mitchell. He was of Salem vill. now Danvers, when adm. freem. 1690. Only the youngest ch. was b. at W. and some discrepance. from the pro. rec. as to the ages of most of the ch. is furnish. me (by Mr. Felt) in the rec. of b. as that Ebenezer was b. 31 July 1683 ; Mary, 1 Mar. 1685 ; Sarah, 6 July 1686; Hepzibah, 14 Feb. 1689; Abigail, 19 Nov. 1690; John, 4 June 1692; and Benjamin, 4 June 1694. THOMAS, Enfield, perhaps br. of Obadiah, had Sarah, b. 31 Mar. 1684; Thomas, 1686; Mary, 3 Feb. 1689, wh. d. bef. her f. and John 1692; beside Tabitha. He d. 1728, leav. w. Sarah, and in his will of Dec. 1720, she and the two s. are nam. as also two ds. call. Sarah Geer and Abigail Warner. His s. Thomas had s. Obadiah, and Thomas; and John had John, Thomas, Daniel, and Richard; but prob. no gr.ch. ought here to be ins.


From Jeromey Ward's Web Site:

Isaac Abbe, born in Windham, Conn., July 25, 1733; died April, 1788, He resided in North Windham. His will, made September 3, 1785, probated April 30, 1788, mentions his wife Eunice, and sons Isaac, Jr., and Abner. (Windham Probate Records, Vol. 12, pages 262, 348.)
Married, as recorded at Ashford, Conn., by Ebenezer Wales, Justice of the Peace, April 5, 1753, EUNICE CHURCH, who died after 1788. In this marriage record both are described as of Ashford. Abbe Abbey Genealogy Page 70

Isaac married Eunice Church, daughter of David Church and Susannah Bennett, on Apr 6 1752 in Connecticut. Eunice was born on Aug 8, 1729, in Groton, Connecticut. She died about 1800 in Connecticut.


Nathaniel's child: Joseph Abbey: Born May 7, 1796, in Dutchess Co., NY; Died November 15, 1869, in Burdette, Hector, Schuyler Co., NY (age 73). Buried in Jones Cemetery, Hector, NY. Married Sarah Mulford.


Albert Abbey: Born January 21, 1823, in New York; Died March 5, 1910, in Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA (age 87). Buried in Stockton Rural Cemetery, Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA. Married September 16, 1855, in Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA, to Lavinia Ghann: Born about 1835, in Lafayette Co., MO; Died August 1, 1882, in Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA (age 47 Years, and 28 Days).

Albert Abbey and Lavinia Ghann were married September 16, 1855, in Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA.


Albert Abbey and Lavinia Ghann Marriage Record.


   

Albert Abbey and Lavinia (Ghann) Abbey.


Albert Abbey.


Mary Jane Abbey: Born September 7, 1857, in Farmington, San Joaquin Co., CA; Died January 7, 1928, in Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA (age 70). Buried in Stockton Rural Cemetery, Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA. Married (1) September 30, 1872, in San Joaquin Co., CA, to John Jacob "J J" Mallard: Born March 3, 1846, in Maquoketa, Jackson Co., IA; Died September 5, 1901, in Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA (age 55). Buried in Stockton Rural Cemetery, Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA. Married (2) September 3, 1908, in California, to Charles T. "Charley" Jones: Born about 1860, in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN; Died August 25, 1924, in California (about about age 64). He had a history of mental illnesses, and died due to transverse myalitis. Mary filed for divorce from Charles on June 30, 1922, on the grounds of desertion.


           

Mary Jane (Abbey) Mallard.


Mary Jane (Abbey) (Mallard) Jones and Mallard families, about 1916, Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA. Charles T. Jones is standing on the left, next to his wife, Mary Jane (Abbey) (Mallard) Jones. Family Gathering at the Miller's home, 935 N. Commerce St., Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA. Top row, left to right: Charles Jones; Mary Jane Jones; George Mallard; Jodie Miller; Teresa Mallard; Audria Mallard. Front row, left to right: Frank Mallard; and Frances Mallard.