Lt. William (Buttler) Butler

Lt. William (Buttler) Butler

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Lt. William W. (Lt. William) Butler formerly Buttler
Born in Ipswich, Mass.map
Husband of — married in Ipswich, MAmap
Husband of — married in Chebacco, Mass.map
Husband of — married in Ipswich, MAmap
Died before in Ipswich, Mass.map
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Contents

Biography

This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.

Note

Note: #H340

All the entries for Butler in Lt. William's will (written in 1724)are spelled with two "t's. as in Buttler. The will is shown as

William W. Buttler Jr. and signed with a Mark. There is entry in the Ipswich town records that shows a birth for a William Buttler (1677), (Lt. William's son.)

Sources

  • WikiTree profile Butler-2273 created through the import of Putnam2-1_2010-01-02_2011-02-16_2011-10-11.ged on Oct 12, 2011 by John Putnam. See the Changes page for the details of edits by John and others.

Notes

Note H340Was freeman in 1682




Biography

Lt. William was born in 1653. Lt. William Buttler ... [1]

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  1. Entered by John Butler, May 27, 2012




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Memories

On April 6, 2013 John Butler wrote:

The Y-DNA for Lt.William Butler has been

tested to 67 markers. A copy of certification can be viewed in the Photo section of this page.

His haplotype (R1a1a) can be traced back to the North-Western European branch

 circa:(6000bc.)


On April 4, 2013 John Butler wrote:

John R. Butler is a 9th generation

descendant grand-son of Lt. William Butler

      (jrbutler23@gmail.com)
(See Photo section on this page:


On May 19, 2012 John Butler wrote:

The Vital Records of Ipswich, Mass.show

that the Lt. William Butler family was using "Buttler" as a surname in 1734. All genealogy records have him listed as "Lt. William Butler"


On February 8, 2012 John Butler wrote:

Lt. William Butler was married three times.

He married his second wife, Mary Ingalls,in 1703.They had 5 children:

Samuel
John b:1707
Mary
Hanna
Elizabeth     


On January 24, 2012 John Butler wrote:

We have found a "link" in the records of "The Founders and Patriots of America Register" that connects Lt. William to his father, William Buttler, who was an immigrant founder. He had settled in the Colony of Mass. Bay before 1650.




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On May 25, 2013 John Butler wrote:

The Y-DNA of this Butler ancestry is R1a1,and has been traced back to -6000BC. Nearly all members of this sub-group (97%) have their origin in the countries around the North Sea: (British Isles, Norway, Sweden, Denmark,
NW- Germany, and Netherlands). 


On April 9, 2013 John Butler wrote:

Photo section entries:


1. Butler generations 1 thru 5

2. Lt. William's will (1724)

3. Lineage of Elmer Ellsworth Butler

4. Descendants of Lt. William Butler

5. R1a1a information

6. Butler Y-dna project(R1a data)

7. Comparative Y-dna results.

8.Vital records of Ipswich, Mass.

9.John Butler/ Mary Ingalls/ Zebulon Butler

10.Butler family of Ipswich

11.Y-dna certificate (37 markers)

12.Y-dna certificate (67 markers)

13.Frank Osgood Butler

14.Ancestry of Elmer Ellsworth Butler

15.Vital records of Buttler marriages 16. 67 markers for Lt. William Butler 17. Immigrant ancestor :William Buttler 18. Wilkes-Barre information


On May 21, 2012 John Butler wrote:

Research has revealed that the yDNA of

Lt. William Butler was R1a1. This means that all his grand-fathers, his father, sons, and grandsons, have the same yDNA

(R1a1). The Haplotype is passed down 

practically unchanged for 500 generations (1500 years).

Note:
Has anyone with this haplotype been able to trace

their ancestry back to the Normans or the Vikings?


On February 8, 2012 John Butler wrote:

According to the Town Clerk of Ipswich, the records from 1634 to 1660 are missing.





On January 13, 2012 John Butler wrote:

The book:

"Butlers and Kinsfolk"

by  Elmer Ellsworth Butler can be purchased on line at,

Quintin Publications <sales@quintinpublications.com>

Note: If you go on Line and enter
"Hathi Digital Library",and then search (Butlers and Kinsfolk),you will be able to read the entire book online.


On January 11, 2012 John Butler wrote:

Entry from "Butler's and Kinsfolk"

"Lieut.William Butler, yeoman, of Ipswich, Mass. born, (it is indicated in Essex County court records),in 1653, was the New World ancestor of a line of colonizers who left records as hardy pioneers both in what is now the United

States and in Canada. His place of origin has been sought at various times over a period of many years by different descendants and by genealogical investigators. The search to date has been without result."
(The book was published in 1944)
   ****************
 note:  we now have DNA technology that
can be helpful in tracing our ancestry.


On January 11, 2012 John Butler wrote:

by author:George Hollenbach Butler

William Butler,born about 1650, who was a yeoman in 1688, Ipswich,Mass.and was made a freeman there October 11, 1682. He died at Ipswich, August 2nd, 1730 He married (first)in 1673, Sarah Cross,by whom he had nine children. He married (second), Mary Ingalls,born 1656,by whom he had three children. He married (third) Abigail Metcalf.

Lt. William Butler aquired his military title through service in the early Indian wars,and is referred to in the records of Ipswich by that title. 


On January 8, 2012 John Butler wrote:

The lineage of Elmer Ellsworth Butler
1.Lt. William Butler     (1653-1730)
2.Thomas Butler          (1682-1765)
3.Thomas Butler          (1705-    )
4.Eleazer Butler         (1736-1789)
5.Eleazer Butler         (1763-1857)
6.Stephen Butler         (1784-1874)
7.Andrew  Butler         (1823-1859)
8.James A.Butler         (1853-1926)
9.Elmer Ellsworth Butler (1879-    )

10.Elmer Earl Butler (1907- ) 11.Eric Earl Butler (1942- )

Recently number 11 on the above list (the grandson of Elmer Ellsworth Butler)
had his DNA tested and recorded as

yDNA R1a1. Since a certain section of the y-DNA remains (practically unchanged from father to son for 100's of years)all of the above males are haplotype R1a1.


On January 7, 2012 John Butler wrote:

DNA is the carrier of our genetic information, which passes from

generation to generation. At conception, a person receives DNA from both their father and mother.We each have 23 pairs of chromosomes and for each pair, one was received from the father and one was received from the mother. The Y chromosome is transmitted from father to sons. Scientists have identified a small portion, which is passed virtually unchanged from father to son. Testing this portion of the Y chromosome provides information about the direct male line, which is the father, his father.and so forth back in time. The locations tested are called Markers.A small change,occurs about once every 500 generations. Therefore male individuals can be tested for an ancestor that may be 100's years in the past.


On January 7, 2012 John Butler wrote:

Frank Osgood Butler was a descendant of Lt. William Butler of Ipswich,Mass. He wrote a 20 page book titled "Some accounts of the descendants of Lt. William Butler". The booklet was published in 1899. The Library of Congress,Wash. D.C. has a microfilm copy.
 Frank also gave a copy of his ancestry to

American Ancestry. It included an entry

that Lt. William's father was William Butler and his mother was Sarah.
However, he did not mention the source of this information


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