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Elizabeth (Hull) Gaylord (1625 - 1680)

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Elizabeth Gaylord formerly Hull
Born in Crewkerne, Somerset, Englandmap
Wife of — married in Windsor, Connecticutmap
Died in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusettsmap
Hull-479 created 25 Sep 2010 | Last modified
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Biography

Elizabeth Hull was baptized October 16, 1625 at Crewkerne, Somerset, England.[1]Her parents were George Hull and his wife Thamzen Michell.[1]who had married on August 27, 1614 at Crewkerne.

Emigration

The family emigrated to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in New England about 1632, first settling in Dorchester. He may have come with the Ludlow's company in the ship Mary and John,[2]however, Anderson in his book "The Great Migration Begins" disputes that ship as the Mary & John came over in 1630 and Joshua was baptized in Crewkerne in 1630.[1]The family moved with Ludlow's company[2]to Windsor, Connecticut about 1636[1]and to Fairfield, Connecticut in 1647.[1]

Siblings of Elizabeth Hull

  1. Josias Hull was baptized November 10, 1616 in Crewkerne, England.[1] On May 20, 1641 he married Elizabeth Loomis at Windsor, New England.[1]He died November 16, 1675 at Killingworth, Connecticut.[3]
  2. Mary Hull was baptized July 27, 1618 at Crewkerne, England.[1]About 1637 she married Humphrey PInney at Dorchester, New England.[1]She died August 20, 1684[3]
  3. Martha Hull was baptized October 29, 1620 at Crewkerne, England.[1]The only record is that she was named in her father's will in 1659.[1]
  4. Cornelius Hull was baptized April 13, 1628 at Crewkerne, England.[1]About November 1653 he married Rebecca Jones, daughter of Rev. John Jones.[1]He moved with his father to Fairfield.[3]He died between September 16 and October 7, 1695.[3]
  5. Joshua Hull was baptized November 5, 1630;[1]no further record.[1]He died probably before 1658.[3]
  6. Naomi Hull was born about 1632.[1]She is named in her father's will in 1659;[1]no further record.[1]

Marriage and Family

On December 4, 1646 at Windsor,[4]she married Samuel Gaylord[5]of Simsbury, Connecticut,[6]son of William Gaylord.[1][6]He was born in December of 1619[4]in Somerset, England, being baptized at Crewkerne on December 19, 1619.[4]They resided several years at Windsor, Connecticut then moved to Hatfield, Massachusetts.[6]

Children of Elizabeth (Hull) Gaylord and her husband Samuel
  1. Elizabeth Gaylord was born October 4, 1647. She married Richard Hubbell.
  2. Mary Gaylord was born November 10, 1649. In 1670 she married Joseph Griswold.
  3. Sarah Gaylord was born January 18, 1651. She married John Alexander.
  4. Abigail Gaylord was born September 29, 1653. She married Joseph Wascoat.
  5. Samuel Gaylord was born July 1657. He died while serving in the army.
  6. Martha Gaylord was born June 24, 1660. In 1679 she married Josiah Ellsworth.

Her father's Will

Elizabeth is listed in her father's will dated August 25, 1659, where she, along with her three sisters were to equally divide 1/3 of their fathers estate, after brother Cornelius was given forty shillings and cousin Jane Pinkny twenty shillings from that third.[1][2]Their father's 2nd wife was given one third of the estate, and their brother Josyas was given another third.

Death

Elizabeth died May 2, 1680.[3]at Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.[7]Her husband married again to 2nd wife, Mary Bromson[8]Samuel Gaylord, died September 7, 1689 at Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.[4]

Sources

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 Anderson. New England, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1635. Vol. 2, G - O.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Schenck, Elizabeth Hubbell. The History of Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut, from the Settlement of the Town in 1639 to 1818. (published by the author, New York) 1889. vol. I, pp 381, 382.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Ferris, Mary Walton. “Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines, A Memorial Volume Containing the American Ancestry of Mary Beman (Gates) Dawes.”(Privately Printed) 1931. Vol. 2, pp 453
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Global, Find A Grave Index. Record created by Linda Mac, added May 16, 2010, Memorial #52461572. for Samuel Gaylord
  5. Torry, Clarence Almon. "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011) Vol. 1, p. 606. GAYLORD, Samuel (1619-1689) & 1/wf Elizabeth Hull (1625-1680); 4 Dec 1646; Windsor, CT
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Weygant, Col. “The Hull Family In America”, (Published by The Hull Family Associaton) p. 19,20
  7. Global, Find A Grave Index. Record created by Linda Mac, added May 16, 2010, Memorial #52465833. for Elizabeth Hull
  8. Torry, Clarence Almond. "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011) Vol. 1, p. 606, GAYLORD, Samuel (1619-1689 & 2/wf Mary (BROMSON)(WYATT)(GRAVES) ALLIS. w. John, w. John, w. William; 16 Mar 1681, 1681/2?; Windsor, CT.
  • Torry, Clarence Almon. "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011) Vol. 1, p. 606. GAYLORD, Samuel (1619-1689) & 1/wf Elizabeth Hull (1625-1680); 4 Dec 1646; Windsor, CTsubscribers
  • Torry, Clarence Almond. "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011) Vol. 1, p. 606, GAYLORD, Samuel (1619-1689 & 2/wf Mary (BROMSON)(WYATT)(GRAVES) ALLIS. w. John, w. John, w. William; 16 Mar 1681, 1681/2?; Windsor, CT.subscribers
  • Weygant, Col. “The Hull Family In America”, (Published by The Hull Family Associaton) p. 19,20.see at archive.org
  • Ferris, Mary Walton. “Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines, A Memorial Volume Containing the American Ancestry of Mary Beman (Gates) Dawes.”(Privately Printed) 1931. Vol. 2, pp 453see at hathitrust
  • Schenck, Elizabeth Hubbell. The History of Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut, from the Settlement of the Town in 1639 to 1818. (published by the author, New York) 1889. vol. I, pp 381, 382.see at archive.org
  • Anderson, Robert Charles New England, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1635. Vol. 2, G - O, pp 1040-1041.subscribers
  • Global, Find A Grave Index. Record created by Linda Mac, added May 16, 2010, Memorial #52465833. for Elizabeth Hull.link
  • Global, Find A Grave Index. Record created by Linda Mac, added May 16, 2010, Memorial #52461572. for Samuel Gaylord.link


see also

  • Source: S1168 Author: Gregath, Ann Cochrane and Cook, Fredea Gregath Title: Early New England Families and Some of Their Descendants Publication: Name: The Gregath Publishing Company; Location: Wyandotte, Oklahoma; Date: 1992; Repository: #R10


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On 30 Mar 2016 at 21:50 GMT Cheryl (Aldrich) Skordahl wrote:

Hello Cynthia,

I added a few sources to this profile. She could be a part of the Puritan Great Migration Project. Cheryl



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