Hough, Abigail

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  • Name Hough, Abigail 
    Born 5 Mar 1665/1666  Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Notes 
    • k Land Records 1:17, found in "Hale, House and
      Related Families," (SLGL) 929.273H13j, by Jacobus;
      - Dawes, Gates Ancestral Lines, (SLGL) 929.273 D321f, by Jacobus;
      - American Genealogist, 14, 186 (SLGL) 973 B2ag;
      - Granberry Family, by D. L. Jacobus (SLGL) 929.273 G762j.

      !SOURCE: Amy Cardon Odell, 3433 Tice Creek Drive #1, Walnut Creek, CA 94595,
      who lists:
      - "Information on Descendants of Lt. William Pratt," Rev. F. W. Chapman, p.
      53;
      - Will of George Clark, uncle of Elizabeth Clark (in Probate Office, New
      Haven, Connecticut);
      - All children found in Saybrook land records 1:717, found in Hale, House
      and Related Families (SLGL) 929.273H13j, by Jacobus;
      - Dawes, Gates Ancestral Lines, (SLGL) 929.273
      - American Genealogist, 14, 186 (SLGL) 973 B2ag;
      - Cranberry Family, by D. L. Jacobus, (SLGL) 929.273 G762.

      !NOTE: William was an immigrant, of Great Munden, Baldock, Hertfordshire,
      England. Other sources indicated that he died before 20 Feb 1679. He was also
      baptized 11 Nov 1936 and endowed 21 Oct 1942. Earlier ordinance dates:
      Baptized 19 May 1870, sealed to parents 1 Apr 1950 LG.

      !NOTE: The 31 Oct 1989 Ancestral File indicates that William was buried May
      1670. His death date is given in some references as 9 May 1678.

      !NOTE: With dates as shown, William's mother was 48 when he was born.
      Research is needed to verify the dates.

      !NOTE: "Lt. William Pratt and Elizabeth Clark were found among the first
      settlers of Hartford, Conn. in the year 1639. Supposed to have accompanied
      Rev. Thomas Hooker and his congregation, about 100 in number, from Newton, now
      called Cambridge, Mass. through dense wilderness and became the first founders
      of the colony at Hartford in June 1636.
      "This ancient pilgrim, William Pratt, was a member of the Legislature for
      some 25-30 sessions and the general court gave him 100 acres of land in
      Saybrook, Conn. for services performed in the Pequot War. He was one of the
      judges of the first court in New London, Conn."
    Person ID I12181  Hougham
    Last Modified 14 Mar 2004 

    Father Hough, William [Deacon]
              b. Abt 1619/1620, West Chester, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
              d. 10 Aug 1683, New London, New London, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 63 years) 
    Mother Calkins, Sarah
              b. Abt 1623/1626, , Monmouth, Wales Find all individuals with events at this location
              d. 1677, of New London, New London, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 51 years) 
    Married 28 Oct 1645  Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F4407  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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