William Maxwell Abbey
William Maxwell Abbey was born April 8,
1826, in New York City, NY, and died April 24, 1897, in Geneva, NY, at age 71.
He was the son of
of Connecticut and Elizabeth Truslow of Durham, Middlesex Co., CT.
Margery Ann Kiple was born November 17,
1825, in Buckingham Twp., Bucks Co., PA, and died April 15, 1880, in
Philadelphia, PA, at age 54. She was the daughter of Jacob Kiple/Kypel of
Unknown and Jane Clancy of Chester Co., PA.
William Maxwell Abbey and
Margery Ann Kiple were married December 21, 1848, in Philadelphia, PA.
William Maxwell Abbey and
Margery Ann (Kiple) Abbey had three
William Maxwell Abbey was born April 8, 1826, in New York City, NY, and died
April 24, 1897, in Geneva, NY, at age 71.
Margery Ann Kiple
was born November 17, 1825, in Buckingham Twp., Bucks Co., PA, and died April
15, 1880, in Philadelphia, PA, at age 54.
William Maxwell Abbey died April 24, 1897, in Geneva, NY, at age 71.
(Kiple) Abbey died April 15, 1880, in Philadelphia, PA, at age 54.
From Jeromey Ward's Web Site:
Ebenezer was born in 1683, in Salem
Village, Mass., baptized in Wenham before 1685; died in Windham, Conn., December
5, 1758. He removed with his father to the locality known as "Bricktop" in 1698;
worked in Norwich for a time, about 1705; was at Windham in 1706 and later lived
at North Windham and Mansfield. November, 1705, were recorded two deeds showing
an exchange of property between Samuel Abbe and Ebenezer of Norwich, a lot upon
Bushnell's Plain. He received a deed from Samuel, July 17, 1707, and sold land
to Abraham Mitchell and William Slate in 1709 and 1711. October29, 1713, John
Abbe, now resident at Hartford, in Hartford County," sold to his brother
Ebenezer land he had received from his father, Samuel Abbe of Windham. In a deed
of November 2, 1713, he alludes to his deceased father, Samuel Abbe, January 11,
1714, land bought from his brother, Samuel Abbe, and calls Abraham Mitchell
father." He is found frequently in the records of Windham down to late in life.
September 8, 1743, he sold to his son, Samuel, land on the east side of Nauchaug
River in Windham. In 1715, Ebenezer Abbe was one of the settlers who formed
Canada. Parish at Hampton Hill in the northeast part of Windham, and was one of
those who on May 9, 1717, signed a petition to the General Assembly asking to be
made a separate parish. In October of the same year another petition was sent to
the assembly, asking that the taxes on property in this parish should be used
for the establishing of their church. This petition was signed by Ebenezer Abbe,
for the rest," and William Durkee.
His will, dated June 3, 1750, probated December 14, 1758, names these heirs:
wife Mary; children Ebenezer, Joshua, Nathan, Gideon, Samuel,Elizabeth Cross,
Zeruiah Marsh, Jerusha Wood, Abigail Cary, Miriam Cross; grandson Jonathan
Bingham, only surviving son and heir of his daughter Mary, deceased. (Windham
Probate Records, Vol. 5, page 513.)
Ebenezer Abbe married at Mansfield, October 28, 1707, MARY ALLEN, who died 1766,
daughter of Joshua and Mary ( ) Allen, early settlers of Mansfield, who lived
near what is now North Windham.
Ebenezer married Mary Allen daughter of
Joshua Allen and Mary Crowell on Oct 28 1707 in Windham, Connecticut. Mary was
born on Jun 10 1688 in Windham, Connecticut. She died in 1766 in Windham,