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Rachel (Hart) Cole

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Rachel "Rachell" Cole formerly Hart
Born about in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticutmap
Wife of — married [date unknown] in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticutmap
Died in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticutmap
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Contents

Biography

Birth

Date: abt 1642
Place: Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut[1][2]

MEDC

MEDC Had problems with vision
Date: NOVEMBER 1657[3][4]
Note: Had problems with vision. John Winthrop, Jr. treated her in November 1657 and again 1 February 1657/58 when
she was sixteen and then again in 1658 and 1659 when she was married to John Cole.
(Married young.) She was a frequent patient of Winthrop beginning 12 December 1664 for eye problems and
head pains. John Cole's will of 12 September 1689 bequest to " my beloved wife Rachel".
Note: In late November 1657 John Winthrop Jr. treated "Rachell Hart of Farmington" and "Steven Hart her brother,"
MEDC
Date: FEBRUARY 1, 1657/8[5]
Note: on 1 February 1657/8 he treated "Rachel Hart 16 years". She was a frequent patient throughout 1658 and 1659, being treated for an eye problem as a result of which she intermittently lost her sight.
MEDC
Date: DECEMBER 12, 1664[6]
Note: Beginning on 12 December 1664 John Winthrop Jr. began frequent treatments of Rachel Cole, wife of John Cole of Farmington, for eye problems and head pains.

Note

Note: MEHITABEL HART, of Farmington, third daughter of Deacon Stephen Hart, of Braintree, Eng., Cambridge, Mass., Hartford and Tunxis, Conn., born , married John Cole, a grandson of James Cole, of Hartford, from whom Coles street derives its name. He settled in Farming- ton, on the place formerly owned by Anson Cowles. Both were members of the church. His sons removed to Kensington, where their descendants still remain - the late Mrs. Ruth Hart was one of the family. Their son John, born , married Jan. 5th, 1691, Mehitabel Loomis, of Windsor
[ It is now generally accepted that Deacon Stephen Hart did not have a daughter named Mehitabel (or Mehitable), but instead his third daughter was named Rachel. The following analysis of this appears in "The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633", Volume I, A-F, by Robert Charles Ander- son, Published by the Great Migration Study Project, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.
"The son-in-law John Cole named in the will of Stephen Hart is stated in some sources to have married a daughter Mehitable Hart [Bassett Gen 391; Flagg 258]. but evidence taken largely from the Winthrop medical records shows that John Cole of Farmington instead married Rachel, daughter of Stephen Hart. In late November 1657 John Winthrop Jr. treated "Rachell Hart of Farmington" and "Steven Hart her brother," and on 1 February 1657/8 he treated "Rachel Hart 16 years" [WMJ 58, 85]. She was a frequent patient throughout 1658 and 1659, being treated for an eye problem as a result of which she intermittently lost her sight [WM 98, 115, 151]. Beginning on 12 December 1664 John Winthrop Jr. began frequent treatments of Rachel Cole, wife of John Cole of Farmington, for eye problems and head pains [WMJ 579, 608, 611, 624, 637, 646, 653, 725, 909]. In his will of 12 September 1689 "John Coale Sr. of Farmington made a bequest to "my beloved wife Rachel," and asked Thomas Hart and Thomas Porter to be overseers [Manwaring 1:426-27]; Thomas Hart was brother of Rachel Hart, and Thomas Porter had married her elder sister, Sarah. John and Rachel (Hart) Cole had a son John who married in 1691 Mehitable Loomis, and this may be the source of the claim that Stephen Hart had a daughter Mehitable who married John Cole [Farmington LR 2:123]."
Note: The son-in-law John Cole named in the will of Stephen Hart is stated in some sources (such as Andrews' book) to have married a daughter Mehitable Hart. but evidence taken from John Cole's will and from the Winthrop medical records shows that John Cole of Farmington instead married Rachel, daughter of Stephen Hart.[7]
Note: [ It is now generally accepted that Deacon Stephen Hart did not have a daughter named Mehitabel (or Mehitable), but instead his third daughter was named Rachel. The following analysis of this appears in "The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633", Volume I, A-F, by Robert Charles Ander- son, Published by the Great Migration Study Project, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.
"The son-in-law John Cole named in the will of Stephen Hart is stated in some sources to have married a daughter Mehitable Hart [Bassett Gen 391; Flagg 258]. but evidence taken largely from the Winthrop medical records shows that John Cole of Farmington instead married Rachel, daughter of Stephen Hart. In late November 1657 John Winthrop Jr. treated "Rachell Hart of Farmington" and "Steven Hart her brother," and on 1 February 1657/8 he treated "Rachel Hart 16 years" [WMJ 58, 85]. She was a frequent patient throughout 1658 and 1659, being treated for an eye problem as a result of which she intermittently lost her sight [WM 98, 115, 151]. Beginning on 12 December 1664 John Winthrop Jr. began frequent treatments of Rachel Cole, wife of John Cole of Farmington, for eye problems and head pains [WMJ 579, 608, 611, 624, 637, 646, 653, 725, 909]. In his will of 12 September 1689 "John Coale Sr. of Farmington made a bequest to "my beloved wife Rachel," and asked Thomas Hart and Thomas Porter to be overseers [Manwaring 1:426-27]; Thomas Hart was brother of Rachel Hart, and Thomas Porter had married her elder sister, Sarah. John and Rachel (Hart) Cole had a son John who married in 1691 Mehitable Loomis, and this may be the source of the claim that Stephen Hart had a daughter Mehitable who married John Cole [Farmington LR 2:123]."[8]

Marriage

Date: BET abt 1658 AND 1664
Place: Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut[9][10]
Marriage: [11]

Death

Date: MARCH 1682/3
Place: Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut[12]

Sources

  • Edward H. Cole: Descendants of John Cole Abbreviation: Descendants of John Cole Publication: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/o/l/Edward-Cole-AZ/ Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
  • Source: S585 Author: Alfred Andrews with updates by Richard Hart Title: Stephen Hart and His Descendants Abbreviation: Stephen Hart and His Descendants Publication: http://www.mv.com/ipusers/harts/family/harts/History/overview.html Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: vi Rachel, b. about 1642; m. by 1664 John Cole. The son-in-law John Cole named in the will of Stephen Hart is stated in some sources (such as Andrews' book) to have married a daughter Mehitable Hart. but evidence taken from John Cole's will and from the Winthrop medical records shows that John Cole of Farmington instead married Rachel, daughter of Stephen Hart. In late November 1657 John Winthrop Jr. treated "Rachell Hart of Farmington" and "Steven Hart her brother," and on 1 February 1657/8 he treated "Rachel Hart 16 years". She was a frequent patient throughout 1658 and 1659, being treated for an eye problem as a result of which she intermittently lost her sight. Beginning on 12 December 1664 John Winthrop Jr. began frequent treatments of Rachel Cole, wife of John Cole of Farmington, for eye problems and head pains. In his will of 12 September 1689 "John Coale Sr." of Farmington made a bequest to "my beloved wife Rachel," and asked Thomas Hart and Thomas Porter to be overseers; Thomas Hart was sister of Rachel Hart, and Thomas Porter had married her elder sister, Sarah. John and Rachel (Hart) Cole had a son John Cole, Jr.who married Mehitable Loomis in 1691. This may be the source of the incorrect claim that Stephen Hart had a daughter Mehitable who married John Cole. CONT CONT COLE. CONT 6. Hartford. CONT CONT MEHITABEL HART, of Farmington, third daughter of Deacon Stephen Hart, of Braintree, Eng., Cambridge, Mass., Hartford and Tunxis, Conn., born , married John Cole, a grandson of James Cole, of Hartford, from whom Coles street derives its name. He settled in Farming- ton, on the place formerly owned by Anson Cowles. Both were members of the church. His sons removed to Kensington, where their descendants still remain - the late Mrs. Ruth Hart was one of the family. Their son John, born , married Jan. 5th, 1691, Mehitabel Loomis, of Windsor CONT CONT [ It is now generally accepted that Deacon Stephen Hart did not have a daughter named Mehitabel (or Mehitable), but instead his third daughter was named Rachel. The following analysis of this appears in "The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633", Volume I, A-F, by Robert Charles Ander- son, Published by the Great Migration Study Project, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995. CONT CONT "The son-in-law John Cole named in the will of Stephen Hart is stated in some sources to have married a daughter Mehitable Hart [Bassett Gen 391; Flagg 258]. but evidence taken largely from the Winthrop medical records shows that John Cole of Farmington instead married Rachel, daughter of Stephen Hart. In late November 1657 John Winthrop Jr. treated "Rachell Hart of Farmington" and "Steven Hart her brother," and on 1 February 1657/8 he treated "Rachel Hart 16 years" [WMJ 58, 85]. She was a frequent patient throughout 1658 and 1659, being treated for an eye problem as a result of which she intermittently lost her sight [WM 98, 115, 151]. Beginning on 12 December 1664 John Winthrop Jr. began frequent treatments of Rachel Cole, wife of John Cole of Farmington, for eye problems and head pains [WMJ 579, 608, 611, 624, 637, 646, 653, 725, 909]. In his will of 12 September 1689 "John Coale Sr. of Farmington made a bequest to "my beloved wife Rachel," and asked Thomas Hart and Thomas Porter to be overseers [Manwaring 1:426-27]; Thomas Hart was brother of Rachel Hart, and Thomas Porter had married her elder sister, Sarah. John and Rachel (Hart) Cole had a son John who married in 1691 Mehitable Loomis, and this may be the source of the claim that Stephen Hart had a daughter Mehitable who married John Cole [Farmington LR 2:123]."
  • Source: S586 Author: Heather (Robinson) Stevens Title: Hart Genealogy Abbreviation: Hart Genealogy Publication: http://www.incpark.com/centralsquare/hart_genealogy.htm Note: Prepared 23 April 1996 Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: 6. Mehitable or Rachel Hart (Stephen1), daughter of Stephen and (?) Hart, was born in America and died before March 1682/83. Based on Winthrop medical records it is believed her name was Rachel and not Mehitable. CONT CONT She married John Cole. CONT CONT Rachel was a frequent patient throughout 1658 and 1659, being treated for an eye problem. Beginning on 12 December 1664 John Winthrop Jr. began frequent treatments of Rachel Cole for eye problems and head pains. CONT CONT Issue: CONT CONT i. John, married in 1691 to Mehitable Loomis. 9believe this is the Mehitable who caused some name confusion).
  • Source: S602 Title: one barton family.net's Genealogy Project Abbreviation: one barton family.net's Genealogy Project Publication: http://www.one-barton-family.us/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I32094&tree=db#cite1 Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: # CONT Birth 1622 CONT Gender Female CONT Died Yes, date unknown CONT Person ID I32096 Ancestors of Duane Barton CONT Last Modified 08 Feb 2003 00:00:00 CONT CONT Father Stephen Hart, b. 1605, Braintree, Essex, England CONT Mother Margaret Farmington, b. Abt 1607, England CONT Family ID F1458 Group Sheet CONT CONT # CONT Sources CONT CONT 1. [S834] Hart Family, Buell Burdett Bassette, (New Britain, Connecticut, 1926, reprinted by Higginson Book Co., Salem, Massachusetts, 1999), 391.
  1. Source: #S584 Data: Text: born Abt. 1642 in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut
  2. Source: #S585 Data: Text: b. about 1642
  3. Source: #S584 Data: Text: Had problems with vision. John Winthrop, Jr. treated her in November 1657 and again 1 February 1657/58 when CONT she was sixteen and then again in 1658 and 1659 when she was married to John Cole. CONT (Married young.) She was a frequent patient of Winthrop beginning 12 December 1664 for eye problems and CONT head pains. John Cole's will of 12 September 1689 bequest to " my beloved wife Rachel".
  4. Source: #S585 Data: Text: In late November 1657 John Winthrop Jr. treated "Rachell Hart of Farmington" and "Steven Hart her brother,"
  5. Source: #S585 Data: Text: on 1 February 1657/8 he treated "Rachel Hart 16 years". She was a frequent patient throughout 1658 and 1659, being treated for an eye problem as a result of which she intermittently lost her sight.
  6. Source: #S585 Data: Text: Beginning on 12 December 1664 John Winthrop Jr. began frequent treatments of Rachel Cole, wife of John Cole of Farmington, for eye problems and head pains.
  7. Source: #S585
  8. Source: #S585
  9. Source: #S584 Data: Text: He married RACHEL HART Abt. 1658 in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, daughter of CONT STEPHEN HART and UNKNOWN.
  10. Source: #S585 Data: Text: m. by 1664 John Cole
  11. Source: #S586 Data: Text: Deacon Stephen Hart was married twice. The name of his first wife has not yet been found. Some sources believe it to be Sarah.
  12. Source: #S584 Data: Text: died in CONT Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut.

Hart-2086 created through the import of Evans-Stanley.ged on May 16, 2012 by Kathie Llewellyn. Hart-1834 created through the import of 25a.GED on Jan 8, 2012 by Michael Lechner.








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