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Re: Children of Phillis Lyman & William HIls
Posted by: Bill Lyman Date: December 15, 2000 at 13:06:47
In Reply to: Children of Phillis Lyman & William HIls by Patti Metsch of 1041

Descendants of Phillis Lyman


Generation No. 1

       1. William2 Hills (Thomas1) (Source: (1) Sources: Adoption Papers; Annual Report of the Town Officers of the town of Whately, Massachusetts., Dec 1935; Burpee's The Story of Connecticut in 4 volumes, 1939; Birth, marriage, death certificates; Kendridk Family Bjible records of Carrie P Kendrick in possession of Mrs. Phelps Kendrick; Kendrick Oliver Marshall: Some descendants of Richard Lyman of Hartford, CTl, traced down to Constance Lyman Hill Kendrick and Oliver Marshall Kendrick 1994, East Harrford, Ct.; Mansur Family Bible records of Sarah A Mansur in possession of Oliver Kendrick; North Genealogy, Dexter North, 1921; Phelps Family of America Volume 2, Judge Oliver S Phelps, 1899; Skilton Annual Reports of the Family, Skinner, the Kinsmen, Mrs. Natalie R Fernald, 19__., (2) Anderson, Robert Charles, "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:941-946, (Boston: NEHGS, 1995).) was born in Upminster, England, and died August 15, 1683 in Fairfield, Connecticut. He married (1) Phillis Lyman (Source: (1) Anderson, Robert Charles, "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:941-946, (Boston: NEHGS, 1995), "Roxbury Land and Church Records ," 6th Report of the Boston Record Commissioners (Boston, 1884) p.77,78., (2) Elias Loomis, DESCENDANTS of JOSEPH LOOMIS in America, (Published by the author. 1909.), p. 128.) May 14, 1634, daughter of Richard Lyman and Sarah Osborne. She was born September 11, 1611 in High Ongar, Essex, England, and died Abt. 1648 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut. He married (2) Mary (Wife Of William Hills) Abt. 1648 in ,Connecticut. She died Abt. 1655 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut. He married (3) Mary Warner Abt. 1656. She was born Abt. 1626, and died Aft. February 1680/81.

Notes for William Hills:
! (1) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:941-946
Cites:
(a) "Roxbury Land and Church Records, " 6th Report of the Boston Record Commissioners (Boston, 1884) p.77,78.
(b) "Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, 1628-1686," ed. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff (Boston, 1853-1854) 1:368.
(c) "The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, 1636- 1776" (Hartford, 1850-1890) 1:181,240-241, 2:410,472,479,519.
(d) "Hartford Town Votes, Vol . 1, 1635-1716," "Collections of the CT Historical Soc." (Hartford, 1897) p.69.
(e) "Origina l Distribution of Lands in Hartford Among the Settlers, 1639," Collections of the CT Hist. So c., Vol. 14 (Hartford, 1912; rpt. Bowie, MD, 1989) p.262-264.
(f) Hartford Probate District , CT State Archives, Case #2724.
(g) "The Ancestry of Lorenzo Ackley & His Wife, Emma Arabell a Bosworth," by Nathan Grier Parke II, ed. Donald Lines Jacobus (Woodstock, VT, 1960) p.144 . (h) "Records of the Particular Court of CT, 1639-1663," Collections of the CT Hist. Soc., V ol. 22 (Hartford, 1928; rpt. Bowie, MD, 1987) p.12,30,62,63,81,121,143. (i) "A Digest of th e Early Connecticut Probate Records," Hartford Probate Dist., 1635-1700, comp. Charles Willia m Manwaring (Hartford, 1904) 1:31,123.
(j) "Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly of the C onnecticut River Valley," by Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman (Hartford, 1952 ; rpt. Baltimore, 1978) p.579-611.
(k) "The American Genealogist," 12:102, 25:233. (l) "The O riginal Lists of Persons of Quality...," ed. John Camden Hotten (London, 1874; rpt. Baltimore , 1974) p.149.

(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. by Charles William Manwaring , Vol. 1, Hartford District 1635-1700 (Hartford, 1904) p.321-322. Cites: (a) Vol. IV, p.143-1 45.

! Birth: (1) Based on estimated date of marriage, by about 1607. (1g) May be s/o Thomas HILLS that was baptized at Upminster, Essex, 27 Dec 1598. Upminster in near High Ongar, the home of his future wife.
Marriage to Phillice LYMAN: (1a) (1) By about 1638.
Marriage to Mary __: (1i,k) Widow of Richard RISLEY. Late 1648.
Marriage to Mary WARNER: (1) Widow of John STEELE. Late 1655 or early 1656.
Death: (1f) Will dtd 25 Feb 1680/1, Hocanum, Hartford Twp., CT. Inventory dtd Jul 1683, Hartford, CT. (2a) Will dtd 21 Feb 1680/1.

(1l) 1632: Came to New England on the "William & Francis." (1a) William Hills, a man servant, came over in the year 1632.
(1) Settled at Roxbury, Massachusetts.
(1b) 1634, 14 May: 11th in a sequence of 12 Roxbury men who were admitted to Massachusett s Bay Colony as Freemen.
(1) 1636: Removed to Hartford, CT. (1a) Removed to CT, "where he lived several years, without giving such good satisfaction to the consciences of the saints."
(1e) 1639/40, Feb: In the Hartford land inventory, William HILLS held 9 parcels of land , 6 of which were granted to him: 1 acre 1 rood with dwelling house, outhouses, yards and gardens; 7 acres of upland; 9 acres of upland; 1 acre & 2 roods in the South Meadow; another 1 a cre 2 roods in the South Meadow; 1 acre 1 rood in the South Meadow; 517 acres of upland in Hockanum bought of Thomas HOSMORE; 10 acres of meadow in Hockanum bought of Thomas HOSMORE; an d 3 acres 2 roods and 29 rods of meadow in Hockanum bought of Frances ANDREWS. At the end o f this list of parcels is an additional entry, undated: William HILL grants to William HILL his son, to John HILL, Joseph HILL, Benjamin HILL & Thomas KILBORN, that they, their heirs & successors shall forever have free liberty to pass through the said William HILL's lot from th e highway on the east to Hoccanum Meadow on the west on the south side of William HILL's lot , to pass with cart & horse according as they shall have occasion.
(1h) 1640, 4 Jun: William HILL of Hartford was fined 4 pounds for "buying a stolen piece o f Mr. PLUM's man and breaking open the cobbler's hogshead & pack."
(1i) 1648, 7 Dec: In the probate of the estate of Richard RISLEY, William HILLS is required to post bond for the payment of legacies to the RISLEY children and to provide for their ed ucation.
(1h,i) 1650: Edward HARRISON by a nuncupative will gave William HILLS his chest and content s because HILLS "was his countryman and that he had no other that he knew in the country."
(1d) 1643/4, 29 Jan: Appointed Hartford Constable.
(1h) 1644, Dec: William HILLS sued Peter BASSAKER, Hartford, CT.
(1c,h) 1649, 24 Apr: Richard FELLOWS sued him for 39s. HILL failed to appear and lost the c ase.
(1h) 1650, 25 Jan: Servant Richard HARROW was assigned over to William HILL of Hartford fo r his remaining time by Thomas ALLCOTT of Hartford.
(1c) 1653, 18 May: CT General Court ordered that the inhabitants of the east side of the Great River are exempted from training with the towns on the west side, and are to meet on the east side as William HILL shall appoint & train there together. William HILL to return the names of those that do not meet according to appointment, as notice shall be given them.
(1h) 1655, 7 Jun: William HILL sued Edward ANDREWS over the loss of a mare.
(1c) 1669, Oct: William HILLS Sr. on a list of freemen on the south side of Hartford.
(1c) 1675/6, 18 Feb: The Council reported that the "enemy having come to Hoccanum and shot at William HILL and sorely wounded him, the Council sent forth a party of soldiers to make search for the enemy." Later inquiry identified the Indian who shot HILL and assaulted other English men.
(1) John ELIOT described him as "without giving such good satisfaction to the consciences o f the saints."
(1f) 1680/1, 25 Feb: (2a) 1680/1, 21 Feb: (1f,2a) William HILLS Sr. of Hocanum within the t ownship of Hartford wrote his will. Called himself weak in body through old age. Made wife Ma ry HILLS and son Jonathan HILLS joint executors. Gave wife the use and improvement of 1/2 of my house & lands that I now live in & upon, and half of all my stock cattle and moveables during her natural life, which said lands are 8 acres on the east side of my dwelling house an d 18 acres on the west side of my said house; also the use and improvement of 1/2 of 17 rods of unimproved lands and 8 acres at the 3 mile lots during her natural life. Gave to son Jonathan HILLS the other full half of the aforesaid houses and lotments, and after wife's decease that land left to her, with all the cattle stock and moveables; that my son Jonathan behav e himself suitably to his mother after my death, hoping she will encourage him that he may so do. Any disagreements to be settled by the overseers. Gave to daughter Mary HILLS 2/3 o f a 25 rod lot abutting on the Widow ANDREWS' house lot on the west, running to the end of the 3 mile lots east, abutting on the country Highway on the south & on the Widow ANDREWS' lot north that she bought of Deacon William HOLTON, one third part being taken off which I have sold to Mr. William PITKIN; the other third to daughter Hanna KILLBERN. Gave to Mary land I bought of Thomas HOSMORE of Hartford in the south division which I have not yet taken up . A parcel of sixscore acres near the end of the Three Mile lots, abutting on Benjamin HILLS & Joseph HILLS on the west, & on James CURTICE on the south, & on my lands on the north, be queathed to son William HILLS, to son John HILLS, to son Joseph HILLS, and to son Benjamin HILLS, to daughter Sarah WARD and to daughter Suzanah KILLBURN in equal proportions. At the death of son William HILL, that proportion I give and bequeath to my grandson the eldest son of my son William who is of the same name. One year after the death of my wife Mary HILLS, son Jonathan HILLS shall pay out of the estate 10 pounds to daughter Mary HILLS. In case of Jonathan's death before the death of my wife without issue, overseers to distribute to my surviving children according to their good and sound discretion. Loving friends Maj. John TALCOTT , Mr. Jonathan GILBERT and Corporal John GILBERT appointed overseers with power of survivorship. The revenues of the lands in Farmington that I have right unto by and in right of my wife that it be duly demanded and recevied for the help of my wife. (2a) Wits. John HILL, Thoma s KILBOURN, John GILBERT.
(1f,2a) 1683, Jul: (1f) The inventory of the estate of William HILLS Sr., deceased, was taken, the value being given as 274 pounds 2d, but incorrectly summed, including real estate valued at 259 pounds 14s.: the dwelling house and half the barn, 42 pounds; 31 acres of upland fenced in & improved, 196 popunds; 217 acres of land, 21 pounds 14s.; and more upland lying near the widow ANDREWS, "we are not informed how many acres," no value stated. (2a) Inventory taken by Bevel WATERS, Nath. WILLETT, townsmen.
(2a) 1683, 6 Dec: Will proved.
! (1) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:941-946
Cites:
(a) "Roxbury Land and Church Records, " 6th Report of the Boston Record Commissioners (Boston, 1884) p.77,78.
(b) "Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, 1628-1686," ed. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff (Boston, 1853-1854) 1:368.
(c) "The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, 1636- 1776" (Hartford, 1850-1890) 1:181,240-241, 2:410,472,479,519.
(d) "Hartford Town Votes, Vol . 1, 1635-1716," "Collections of the CT Historical Soc." (Hartford, 1897) p.69.
(e) "Origina l Distribution of Lands in Hartford Among the Settlers, 1639," Collections of the CT Hist. So c., Vol. 14 (Hartford, 1912; rpt. Bowie, MD, 1989) p.262-264.
(f) Hartford Probate District , CT State Archives, Case #2724.
(g) "The Ancestry of Lorenzo Ackley & His Wife, Emma Arabell a Bosworth," by Nathan Grier Parke II, ed. Donald Lines Jacobus (Woodstock, VT, 1960) p.144 . (h) "Records of the Particular Court of CT, 1639-1663," Collections of the CT Hist. Soc., V ol. 22 (Hartford, 1928; rpt. Bowie, MD, 1987) p.12,30,62,63,81,121,143. (i) "A Digest of th e Early Connecticut Probate Records," Hartford Probate Dist., 1635-1700, comp. Charles Willia m Manwaring (Hartford, 1904) 1:31,123.
(j) "Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly of the C onnecticut River Valley," by Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman (Hartford, 1952 ; rpt. Baltimore, 1978) p.579-611.
(k) "The American Genealogist," 12:102, 25:233. (l) "The O riginal Lists of Persons of Quality...," ed. John Camden Hotten (London, 1874; rpt. Baltimore , 1974) p.149.

(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. by Charles William Manwaring , Vol. 1, Hartford District 1635-1700 (Hartford, 1904) p.321-322. Cites: (a) Vol. IV, p.143-1 45.

! Birth: (1) Based on estimated date of marriage, by about 1607. (1g) May be s/o Thomas HIL LS that was baptized at Upminster, Essex, 27 Dec 1598. Upminster in near High Ongar, the hom e of his future wife.
Marriage to Phillice LYMAN: (1a) (1) By about 1638.
Marriage to Mary __: (1i,k) Widow of Richard RISLEY. Late 1648.
Marriage to Mary WARNER: (1) Widow of John STEELE. Late 1655 or early 1656.
Death: (1f) Will dtd 25 Feb 1680/1, Hocanum, Hartford Twp., CT. Inventory dtd Jul 1683, Har tford, CT. (2a) Will dtd 21 Feb 1680/1.

(1l) 1632: Came to New England on the "William & Francis." (1a) William Hills, a man servan t, came over in the year 1632.
(1) Settled at Roxbury, Massachusetts.
(1b) 1634, 14 May: 11th in a sequence of 12 Roxbury men who were admitted to Massachusett s Bay Colony as Freemen.
(1) 1636: Removed to Hartford, CT. (1a) Removed to CT, "where he lived several years, witho ut giving such good satisfaction to the consciences of the saints."
(1e) 1639/40, Feb: In the Hartford land inventory, William HILLS held 9 parcels of land , 6 of which were granted to him: 1 acre 1 rood with dwelling house, outhouses, yards and gar dens; 7 acres of upland; 9 acres of upland; 1 acre & 2 roods in the South Meadow; another 1 a cre 2 roods in the South Meadow; 1 acre 1 rood in the South Meadow; 517 acres of upland in Ho ckanum bought of Thomas HOSMORE; 10 acres of meadow in Hockanum bought of Thomas HOSMORE; an d 3 acres 2 roods and 29 rods of meadow in Hockanum bought of Frances ANDREWS. At the end o f this list of parcels is an additional entry, undated: William HILL grants to William HILL h is son, to John HILL, Joseph HILL, Benjamin HILL & Thomas KILBORN, that they, their heirs & s uccessors shall forever have free liberty to pass through the said William HILL's lot from th e highway on the east to Hoccanum Meadow on the west on the south side of William HILL's lot , to pass with cart & horse according as they shall have occasion.
(1h) 1640, 4 Jun: William HILL of Hartford was fined 4 pounds for "buying a stolen piece o f Mr. PLUM's man and breaking open the cobbler's hogshead & pack."
(1i) 1648, 7 Dec: In the probate of the estate of Richard RISLEY, William HILLS is require d to post bond for the payment of legacies to the RISLEY children and to provide for their ed ucation.
(1h,i) 1650: Edward HARRISON by a nuncupative will gave William HILLS his chest and content s because HILLS "was his countryman and that he had no other that he knew in the country."
(1d) 1643/4, 29 Jan: Appointed Hartford Constable.
(1h) 1644, Dec: William HILLS sued Peter BASSAKER, Hartford, CT.
(1c,h) 1649, 24 Apr: Richard FELLOWS sued him for 39s. HILL failed to appear and lost the c ase.
(1h) 1650, 25 Jan: Servant Richard HARROW was assigned over to William HILL of Hartford fo r his remaining time by Thomas ALLCOTT of Hartford.
(1c) 1653, 18 May: CT General Court ordered that the inhabitants of the east side of the Gr eat River are exempted from training with the towns on the west side, and are to meet on th e east side as William HILL shall appoint & train there together. William HILL to return th e names of those that do not meet according to appointment, as notice shall be given them.
(1h) 1655, 7 Jun: William HILL sued Edward ANDREWS over the loss of a mare.
(1c) 1669, Oct: William HILLS Sr. on a list of freemen on the south side of Hartford.
(1c) 1675/6, 18 Feb: The Council reported that the "enemy having come to Hoccanum and shot at William HILL and sorely wounded him, the Council sent forth a party of soldiers to make search for the enemy." Later inquiry identified the Indian who shot HILL and assaulted other English men.
(1) John ELIOT described him as "without giving such good satisfaction to the consciences o f the saints."
(1f) 1680/1, 25 Feb: (2a) 1680/1, 21 Feb: (1f,2a) William HILLS Sr. of Hocanum within the t ownship of Hartford wrote his will. Called himself weak in body through old age. Made wife Ma ry HILLS and son Jonathan HILLS joint executors. Gave wife the use and improvement of 1/2 o f my house & lands that I now live in & upon, and half of all my stock cattle and moveables d uring her natural life, which said lands are 8 acres on the east side of my dwelling house an d 18 acres on the west side of my said house; also the use and improvement of 1/2 of 17 rod s of unimproved lands and 8 acres at the 3 mile lots during her natural life. Gave to son Jo nathan HILLS the other full half of the aforesaid houses and lotments, and after wife's decea se that land left to her, with all the cattle stock and moveables; that my son Jonathan behav e himself suitably to his mother after my death, hoping she will encourage him that he may s o do. Any disagreements to be settled by the overseers. Gave to daughter Mary HILLS 2/3 o f a 25 rod lot abutting on the Widow ANDREWS' house lot on the west, running to the end of th e 3 mile lots east, abutting on the country Highway on the south & on the Widow ANDREWS' lo t north that she bought of Deacon William HOLTON, one third part being taken off which I hav e sold to Mr. William PITKIN; the other third to daughter Hanna KILLBERN. Gave to Mary lan d I bought of Thomas HOSMORE of Hartford in the south division which I have not yet taken up . A parcel of sixscore acres near the end of the Three Mile lots, abutting on Benjamin HILL S & Joseph HILLS on the west, & on James CURTICE on the south, & on my lands on the north, be queathed to son William HILLS, to son John HILLS, to son Joseph HILLS, and to son Benjamin HI LLS, to daughter Sarah WARD and to daughter Suzanah KILLBURN in equal proportions. At the de ath of son William HILL, that proportion I give and bequeath to my grandson the eldest son o f my son William who is of the same name. One year after the death of my wife Mary HILLS, so n Jonathan HILLS shall pay out of the estate 10 pounds to daughter Mary HILLS. In case of Jo nathan's death before the death of my wife without issue, overseers to distribute to my surviving children according to their good and sound discretion. Loving friends Maj. John TALCOTT , Mr. Jonathan GILBERT and Corporal John GILBERT appointed overseers with power of survivorship. The revenues of the lands in Farmington that I have right unto by and in right of my wife that it be duly demanded and recevied for the help of my wife. (2a) Wits. John HILL, Thoma s KILBOURN, John GILBERT.
(1f,2a) 1683, Jul: (1f) The inventory of the estate of William HILLS Sr., deceased, was taken, the value being given as 274 pounds 2d, but incorrectly summed, including real estate valued at 259 pounds 14s.: the dwelling house and half the barn, 42 pounds; 31 acres of upland fenced in & improved, 196 popunds; 217 acres of land, 21 pounds 14s.; and more upland lying near the widow ANDREWS, "we are not informed how many acres," no value stated. (2a) Inventory taken by Bevel WATERS, Nath. WILLETT, townsmen.
(2a) 1683, 6 Dec: Will proved.


More About William Hills:
Baptism: December 27, 1608, Upminster, Essex, England

Notes for Phillis Lyman:
d. between 1645 and 1648 Hartford, CT.
! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. by Charles William Manwarin g, Vol. 1, Hartford District 1635-1700 (Hartford, 1904) p.22-23. Cites: (a) p.442-4.
(2) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charles A nderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:943,945,1219. "The American Ge nealogist," 30:188.
! Birth: (1a,2a) d/o Richard Lyman.

Baptism: (2b) 12 Sep 1611, High Ongar, Essex.
SOURCE: The American Genealogist, Volume 9 to present (1932+)

Marriage to William Hills: (1) Before 22 Apr 1640. (2a) (2) By about 1638.

(2a) 1631: Came to New England with her father. "God wrought upon her heart in this Land, she grew deaf which disease increasing was a great affliction to her, she was married to William HILLS & lived with him at Hartford on Conecticot."
(1a) 1640, 22 Apr: Richard LYMAN wrote his will. Gives to daughter Fillis, wife of Willia HILLS, 10 shillings.
! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. by Charles William Manwarin g, Vol. 1, Hartford District 1635-1700 (Hartford, 1904) p.22-23. Cites: (a) p.442-4.
(2) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charles A nderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:943,945,1219. Cites: (a) "Roxbury Land and Church Records ," 6th Report of the Boston Record Commissioners (Boston, 1884) p.77,78. (b) "The American Ge nealogist," 30:188.

! Birth: (1a,2a) d/o Richard Lyman.
Baptism: (2b) 12 Sep 1611, High Ongar, Essex.
Marriage to William Hills: (1) Before 22 Apr 1640. (2a) (2) By about 1638.

(2a) 1631: Came to New England with her father. "God wrought upon her heart in this Land, s he grew deaf which disease increasing was a great affliction to her, she was married to Willi am HILLS & lived with him at Hartford on Conecticot."
(1a) 1640, 22 Apr: Richard LYMAN wrote his will. Gives to daughter Fillis, wife of Willia H ILLS, 10 shillings.


More About Phillis Lyman:
Christening: September 12, 1611, High Ongar, Essex, England

Notes for Mary (Wife Of William Hills):
! (1) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:943. Cites: (a) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Pro bate Records," Hartford Probate Dist., 1635-1700, comp. Charles William Manwaring (Hartford , 1904) 1:31. (b) "The American Genealogist," 25:233.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL (1996).
(3) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope (Reprint 1900. Genealogical Pub . Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.21.
! Birth: (2) May 1672, d/o Rev. Samuel ARNOLD/Sarah WEBB. (NOTE: Not confirmed by source 1. ) (NOTE: Birth date by source 2 later than marriage or death date.)
Marriage to Richard RISLEY: (1a,b)
Marriage to William HILLS: (1) Late 1648. (2)
Death: (1) About 1655, presumably at or shortly after the birth of her son Benoni.! (1) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:943. Cites: (a) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Pro bate Records," Hartford Probate Dist., 1635-1700, comp. Charles William Manwaring (Hartford , 1904) 1:31. (b) "The American Genealogist," 25:233.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL (1996).
(3) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope (Reprint 1900. Genealogical Pub . Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.21.

! Birth: (2) May 1672, d/o Rev. Samuel ARNOLD/Sarah WEBB. (NOTE: Not confirmed by source 1. ) (NOTE: Birth date by source 2 later than marriage or death date.)
Marriage to Richard RISLEY: (1a,b)
Marriage to William HILLS: (1) Late 1648. (2)
Death: (1) About 1655, presumably at or shortly after the birth of her son Benoni.


Notes for Mary Warner:
! (1) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:943,945, 3:1758,1930. Cites: (a) "Hale, House and Rela ted Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley," by Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman (Hartford, 1952; rpt. Baltimore, 1978) p.580. (b) "Early Hartford Vital Records " in "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. 14 (Hartford, 1912; rpt. Bowie , MD, 1989) p.606.
(2) NEHGS "Register," Vol. 149, Jan 1995, "Hannah Edwards, First Wife of Joseph Hills of Gl astonbury, Connecticut," by Gale Ion Harris and Anthony Hale Burke, p.42. Cites: (a) "A Digest of the Connecticut Probate Records, Hartford District," by Charles William Manwaring (Hartford, 1904-1906; rpt. Baltimore, 1995) 1:321-322.
(3) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV, "Births, Marriages and Deaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates (Hartford, 1912) p.606.

! Birth: (1) "Say" 1626, d/o Andrew WARNER/Mary HUMFREY.
Marriage to John STEELE: (1b,3) 22 Jan 1645/6, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to William HILLS: (1) Late 1655 or early 1656. (2) Mary (WARNER) (STEELE) HILLS wa s step-mother of Joseph HILLS.
Death: (1) Named in husband's will dtd Feb 1680/1.

(1a) 1681, 18 Jun: Andrew WARNER wrote his will. Gave to my daughter HILLS 10 shillings.
(2a) 1680/1, Feb: The will of William HILLS named his wife Mary as an executor. She was t o receive a life estate.




! (1) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:943,945, 3:1758,1930. Cites: (a) "Hale, House and Rela ted Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley," by Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Fran cis Waterman (Hartford, 1952; rpt. Baltimore, 1978) p.580. (b) "Early Hartford Vital Records " in "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. 14 (Hartford, 1912; rpt. Bowie , MD, 1989) p.606.
(2) NEHGS "Register," Vol. 149, Jan 1995, "Hannah Edwards, First Wife of Joseph Hills of Gl astonbury, Connecticut," by Gale Ion Harris and Anthony Hale Burke, p.42. Cites: (a) "A Diges t of the Connecticut Probate Records, Hartford District," by Charles William Manwaring (Hartf ord, 1904-1906; rpt. Baltimore, 1995) 1:321-322.
(3) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV, "Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates (Hartford, 1912) p.606.

! Birth: (1) "Say" 1626, d/o Andrew WARNER/Mary HUMFREY.
Marriage to John STEELE: (1b,3) 22 Jan 1645/6, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to William HILLS: (1) Late 1655 or early 1656. (2) Mary (WARNER) (STEELE) HILLS wa s step-mother of Joseph HILLS.
Death: (1) Named in husband's will dtd Feb 1680/1.

(1a) 1681, 18 Jun: Andrew WARNER wrote his will. Gave to my daughter HILLS 10 shillings.
(2a) 1680/1, Feb: The will of William HILLS named his wife Mary as an executor. She was t o receive a life estate.

       
Children of William Hills and Phillis Lyman are:
       2       i.       Sarah3 Hills, born Abt. 1638 in Hartford, Hartford , Connecticut; died Aft. March 27, 1691 in Newark, NJ.. She married (1) John Ward in Hartford, Hartford, CT; born Abt. 1632 in Stretton, Rutland, ENG; died Abt. 1684 in Newark, Essex Co, NJ. She married (2) Stephen Davis Aft. 1684.

Notes for Sarah Hills:

! (1) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:944,945-946. Cites: (a) "Lineal Ancestors of Susan (Ki tchell) Mulford, Mother of Mrs. Susan (Mulford) Cory," by Charles H. Cory Jr. (np 1937) p.261 . (b) Hartford Probate District, CT
State Archives, Case #2724.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. by Charles William Manwaring , Vol. 1, Hartford District 1635-1700 (Hartford, 1904) p.321-322. Cites: (a) Vol. IV, p.143-1 45.

! Birth: (1) "Say" 1638, d/o William HILLS/Phyllis LYMAN.
Marriage to John WARD: (1) May have been his 2nd wife.
Marriage to Stephen DAVIS: (1) After 1684.
Death: (1a) Will dtd 27 Mar 1691.

(1b) 1680/1, 25 Feb: (2a) 1680/1, 21 Feb: (1b,2a) William HILLS Sr. of Hocanum within the township of Hartford wrote his will. Bequeathed a parcel of sixscore acres near the end of the Three Mile lots abutting on Benjamin HILLS & Joseph HILLS on the west & on James CURTICE on the south & on my land on the north, to son William HILLS, to son John HILLS, to son Josep h HILLS, and to son Benjamin HILLS, to daughter Sarah WARD and to daughter Suzanah KILLBURN i n equal proportions.
(1a) 1691, 27 Mar: Sarah DAVIS wrote her will. Bequeathed to son Josiah and his heirs 20 acres of land at Hockanum, which was given to me by my father's will.

Notes for John Ward:
Of Branford, Ct.
16 Jul 1684, Will proved! (1) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:945.



       3       ii.       William Hills, born 1640 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut; died 1693 in Hocanum, Hartford Co., Connecticut. He married (1) Sarah Elson; born March 17, 1642/43 in Wethersfield, Ct.. He married (2) Sarah Bef. 1665.

Notes for William Hills:
! (1) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995) 2:944. Cites: (a) Medical Journals of John Winthrop Jr. , 1657-1669, manuscript, Massachusetts Hist. Soc., Boston, p.88,148,788. (b) Hartford Probate District , CT State Archives, Case #2724. (c) "The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, 1636-1 776" (Hartford, 1850-1890) 2:410,472,479.
(2) NEHGS "Register," Vol. CXLI, Jan 1987, "John Horsington of New England," by Fred Q. Bow man, p.41. Cites: (a) "A Digest of the Early CT Probate Records," comp. by Charles William Manwaring (Hartford, 1904) 1:466,467.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. by Charles William Manwaring , Vol. 1, Hartford District 1635-1700 (Hartford, 1904) p.321-322,466-467. Cites: (a) Vol. IV , p.143-145. (b) Vol. V, p


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