Noah Trask

Noah Trask

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Noah Trask
Born about in Monson, Hampden, Massachusettsmap
Husband of — married about in map
Died in Otego, Otsego, New Yorkmap
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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.

Birth

Birth:
Date: BET 1757 AND 1759
Place: Monson, Hampden, Massachusetts[1][2][3]

Imported only 1757 from Birth Date and marked as uncertain.

Death

Death:
Date: OCTOBER 15, 1830
Place: Otego, Otsego, New York[4]

Data Changed

Data Changed:
Date: 29 MAR 2006

Prior to import, this record was last changed 29 MAR 2006.

Event

Event:
Date: APRIL 3, 1784
Place: Monson, purchased land in Stafford, Connecticut[5]
Note: Jesse Davis of Monson, MA, sold to Noah Trask, of Monson, MA, on 3 April 1784, a 40 acre parcel in Stafford, CT. This was witnessed by Josiah Trask and Peter Trask.
Event:
Date: DECEMBER 16, 1788
Place: Monson, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts[6]
Note: He was a witness to an 16 December 1788, Monson, Hampshire Co., MA, deed by Peter Trask.
Event:
Date: FEBRUARY 25, 1790
Place: purchased 30 acre parcel in Stafford[7]
Note: Samuel Davis sold to Noah Trask on 25 February 1790 a 30 acre parcel in Stafford.
Event:
Date: DECEMBER 23, 1790
Place: purchased 32 acres in Stafford[8]
Note: Stephen Scott and Samuel Davis sold to Noah Trask on 23 December 1790. 32 acres in Stafford.
Event:
Date: FROM 1798 TO 1810
Place: Tolland Co., Connecticut, deeds[9]
Event:
Date: JANUARY 4, 1815
Place: sold 62 acre piece of land in Stafford[10]
Note: Noah Trask, of Stafford, sold to Abel Jewet of Holland a 62 acre piece of land in Stafford adjoining Jedediah Cady on 4 Jan 1815. Witnessed by Truman Trask. Recorded on 9 Jan 1815, with Noah personally present. Important in that it puts Noah and Truman there at that time.
Event:
Date: FEBRUARY 4, 1815
Place: sold 40 acres in Stafford[11]
Note: Noah Trask, of Stafford, sold to Henry J. Cady of Monson, MA, 40 acres in Stafford (on the Colony [sic] line), on 4 Feb 1815, Noah appeared the same day.

Residence

Residence:
Date: 1815
Place: Stafford[12]
Note: Banyer (1906) stated that Noah Trask as an old man, lived on a farm on Flax Island Creek in 1810 that was the M.P. Finch place in 1906. [Note that this must only be an approximate date, or that Noah was going back and forth, as he was in Stafford on 4 Jan 1815.] This was the Seymour Trask farm, Seymour was a great-great-great-grandson [mah This is obviously an impossible number of generations between 1755 and 1810. A great-grandson perhaps, or rather, Seymour was then (1906) living on that farm.] Noah is supposed to be a brother of William Trask. It appears that Noah served from Brimfield, MA, but he was not a brother of William Trask (b. 1753), but perhaps a cousin. The timing seems right for him to be the father of the William Trask who died in Chenango County in 1820.

Military Service

Military Service: Revolutionary War veteran[13]
Note: served from Brimfield

Marriage

Husband: Noah Trask
Wife: Deborah Walbridge
Child: Truman Trask
Child: William Trask
Child: Hadassah Trask
Child: Emily Trask
Child: Theoda Trask
Child: Catherine Trask
Marriage:
Date: abt 1779
Place: <Stafford, Tolland, Connecticut>[14][15]
Husband: Josiah Trask
Wife: Anna Putnam
Child: Peter Trask
Child: John Trask
Child: Isaac Trask
Child: Daniel Trask
Child: Caleb Trask
Child: Sampson Trask
Child: Anna Trask
Child: Eunice Trask
Child: Noah Trask
Child: Mary Trask
Marriage:
Date: OCTOBER 31, 1745
Place: Sutton, Worcester, Massachusetts[16][17][18]

Sources

  • WikiTree profile Trask-212 created through the import of 25a.GED on Jan 8, 2012 by Michael Lechner. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Michael and others.
  • Source: S191 Title: www Abbreviation: www Italicized: Y Page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~rhutch/nti05645.htm Note: The Descendants of Richard Hutchinson of Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England
  • Source: S221 Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Title: International Genealogical Index (R) Abbreviation: Family Search IGI Publication: www.familysearch.org Copyright (c) 1980, 2002 Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
  • Source: S468 Author: Dave Carlsen Title: The Descendants of Richard Hutchinson Abbreviation: The Descendants of Richard Hutchinson Publication: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~rhutch/ Note: Based on the book: CONT The Hutchinson Family: or the Descendants of Barnard Hutchinson, of Cowlam, England, compiled by Perley Derby, Essex Institute Press, 1870, Salem, Massachusetts Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: Husband: Noah TRASK CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Born: ABT 1759 at: Monson,Hampshire,Massachusetts CONT Married: ABT 1779 at: CONT Died: at: CONT Father:Josiah TRASK, JR. CONT Mother:Anna PUTNAM CONT Other Spouses: CONT SOURCES & NOTES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wife: Deborah WALBRIDGE CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Born: 5 Oct 1760 at: Brimfield,Hampden,Massachusetts CONT Died: at: CONT Father:William WALBRIDGE CONT Mother:Esther SHAW CONT Other Spouses: CONT SOURCES & NOTES --------------------------------------------------------------------------------CHILDREN CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Truman TRASK CONT Born: 8 Dec 1780 at: Stafford,Windham,Connecticut CONT Married: 3 Apr 1806 at: Stafford,Tolland,Connecticut CONT Died: 13 Nov 1855 at: 1 CONT Spouses: Elizabeth (Betsy) LOOMIS CONT SOURCES & NOTES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: William TRASK CONT Born: 1782 at: Stafford,Windham,Connecticut 1 CONT Married: at: CONT Died: 7 Oct 1820 at: ,Chenango,New York 1 CONT Spouses: CONT SOURCES & NOTES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Hadassah TRASK CONT Born: 1 Jun 1785 at: Stafford,Tolland,Connecticut CONT Married: ABT 1806 at: ,,Connecticut CONT Died: 1 Sep 1854 at: Naperville,,Illinois CONT Spouses: Stephen J. SCOTT CONT SOURCES & NOTES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Emily TRASK CONT Born: ABT 1788 at: Stafford,Tolland,Connecticut CONT Married: at: CONT Died: at: CONT Spouses: CONT SOURCES & NOTES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Theoda Or Theda TRASK CONT Born: 2 May 1791 at: Stafford,Tolland,Connecticut CONT Married: Nov 1811 at: CONT Died: 30 Oct 1876 at: CONT Spouses: Chester UNDERWOOD A. K. HUBBARD CONT SOURCES & NOTES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Catherine TRASK CONT Born: 8 May 1795 at: Bennington,Bennington,Vermont CONT Married: 1 Feb 1816 at: ,Chenango,New York CONT Died: 3 Jul 1861 at: CONT Spouses: Henry Smith DICKERMAN CONT SOURCES & NOTES --------------------------------------------------------------------------------SOURCES CONT 1) Flax Island Cemetery Index Note:  !Birth: Source: LDS Ordinance Index, v. 1.01. CONT CONT CONT Contact (R. W. Trask, rwtrask{at}yahoo.com, CONT http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/8860/trask-5b.html) for more CONT information.
  • Source: S469 Author: Michael A. Hobart Title: Possible Ancestry of Freeman Trask Abbreviation: Possible Ancestry of Freeman Trask Publication: http://users.sisna.com/mhobart/US/FTrask/wc_toc.htm Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: 1 Noah Trask5,6 CONT Birth 1755 CONT Death 1830, Otego, Otsego, New York CONT Father Josiah Trask (ca1720-1797) CONT Mother Anne Putnam (1726-) CONT CONT Marriage abt 1779 CONT CONT Children: Truman (1780-<1856) CONT William (ca1782-1820) CONT Freeman (Uncertain) (?1787-1833) CONT Catherine (1795-1861) CONT CONT Notes for Noah (Spouse 1) CONT Revolutionary War veteran, served from Brimfield. CONT Banyer (1906) stated that Noah Trask as an old man, lived on a farm on Flax Island Creek in 1810 that was the M.P. Finch place in 1906. [Note that this must only be an approximate date, or that Noah was going back and forth, as he was in Stafford on 4 Jan 1815.] This was the Seymour Trask farm, Seymour was a great-great-great-grandson [mah This is obviously an impossible number of generations between 1755 and 1810. A great-grandson perhaps, or rather, Seymour was then (1906) living on that farm.] Noah is supposed to be a brother of William Trask. It appears that Noah served from Brimfield, MA, but he was not a brother of William Trask (b. 1753), but perhaps a cousin. The timing seems right for him to be the father of the William Trask who died in Chenango County in 1820. CONT CONT He was a witness to an 16 December 1788, Monson, Hampshire Co., MA, deed by Peter Trask. He was on Tolland Co., CT, deeds 1798-1810. CONT CONT Jesse Davis of Monson, MA, sold to Noah Trask, of Monson, MA, on 3 April 1784, a 40 acre parcel in Stafford, CT. This was witnessed by Josiah Trask and Peter Trask. CONT CONT Samuel Davis sold to Noah Trask on 25 February 1790 a 30 acre parcel in Stafford. CONT CONT Stephen Scott and Samuel Davis sold to Noah Trask on 23 December 1790. 32 acres in Stafford. CONT CONT Noah Trask, of Stafford, sold to Abel Jewet of Holland a 62 acre piece of land in Stafford adjoining Jedediah Cady on 4 Jan 1815. Witnessed by Truman Trask. Recorded on 9 Jan 1815, with Noah personally present. Important in that it puts Noah and Truman there at that time. CONT CONT Noah Trask, of Stafford, sold to Henry J. Cady of Monson, MA, 40 acres in Stafford (on the Colony [sic] line), on 4 Feb 1815, Noah appeared the same day. CONT CONT Virkus8 also has the data that he went from Stafford, CT, to "Otega, New York" [sic, obvious error for Otego]. Note: 5. Myers, Helena Northrup, 1976, A Bicentennial History of Otego, Otego, NY: Otego Town Board, 207 p., (LDS Family History Library), p. 48. CONT 6. Virkus, Frederick A., ed., 1925-1942, The Compendium of American Genealogy, Chicago, IL: Institute for American Genealogy, 7 vols., [Reprinted 1987, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.], 1148+486+810+909+939+951+1040 p., [Note: data from Virkus needs to be treated with care.], (v. 7, p. 229). CONT 8. Virkus, Frederick A., ed., 1925-1942, The Compendium of American Genealogy, Chicago, IL: Institute for American Genealogy, 7 vols., [Reprinted 1987, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.], 1148+486+810+909+939+951+1040 p., [Note: data from Virkus needs to be treated with care.].
  • Source: S470 Author: Thomas L. Clough Title: Tom's Genealogy Pages Abbreviation: Tom's Genealogy Pages Publication: http://www.tomclough.com/index.htm Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
  1. Source: #S221 Data: Text: 1)Birth: About 1759 Monson, Hampden, Massachusetts CONT 2)Birth: About 1757 Monson, Hampden, Massachusetts CONT Father: JOSIAH TRASK CONT Mother: ANNA PUTMAN Note: 1) CONT 2)
  2. Source: #S468 Data: Text: Born: ABT 1759 at: Monson,Hampshire,Massachusetts
  3. Source: #S469 Data: Text: Birth 1755
  4. Source: #S469 Data: Text: Death 1830, Otego, Otsego, New York
  5. Source: #S469 Data: Text: Jesse Davis of Monson, MA, sold to Noah Trask, of Monson, MA, on 3 April 1784, a 40 acre parcel in Stafford, CT. This was witnessed by Josiah Trask and Peter Trask.
  6. Source: #S469 Data: Text: He was a witness to an 16 December 1788, Monson, Hampshire Co., MA, deed by Peter Trask.
  7. Source: #S469 Data: Text: Samuel Davis sold to Noah Trask on 25 February 1790 a 30 acre parcel in Stafford.
  8. Source: #S469 Data: Text: Stephen Scott and Samuel Davis sold to Noah Trask on 23 December 1790. 32 acres in Stafford.
  9. Source: #S469 Data: Text: He was on Tolland Co., CT, deeds 1798-1810.
  10. Source: #S469 Data: Text: Noah Trask, of Stafford, sold to Abel Jewet of Holland a 62 acre piece of land in Stafford adjoining Jedediah Cady on 4 Jan 1815. Witnessed by Truman Trask. Recorded on 9 Jan 1815, with Noah personally present. Important in that it puts Noah and Truman there at that time.
  11. Source: #S469 Data: Text: Noah Trask, of Stafford, sold to Henry J. Cady of Monson, MA, 40 acres in Stafford (on the Colony [sic] line), on 4 Feb 1815, Noah appeared the same day.
  12. Source: #S469 Data: Text: Banyer (1906) stated that Noah Trask as an old man, lived on a farm on Flax Island Creek in 1810 that was the M.P. Finch place in 1906. [Note that this must only be an approximate date, or that Noah was going back and forth, as he was in Stafford on 4 Jan 1815.] This was the Seymour Trask farm, Seymour was a great-great-great-grandson [mah This is obviously an impossible number of generations between 1755 and 1810. A great-grandson perhaps, or rather, Seymour was then (1906) living on that farm.] Noah is supposed to be a brother of William Trask. It appears that Noah served from Brimfield, MA, but he was not a brother of William Trask (b. 1753), but perhaps a cousin. The timing seems right for him to be the father of the William Trask who died in Chenango County in 1820.
  13. Source: #S469 Data: Text: Revolutionary War veteran, served from Brimfield.
  14. Source: #S221 Data: Text: 1)Marriage: About 1779 <Stafford, Tolland, Connecticut> Note: 1)
  15. Source: #S468 Data: Text: Married: ABT 1779
  16. Source: #S468 Data: Text: Married: 31 Oct 1745 at: Sutton,Worcester,Massachusetts
  17. Source: #S469 Data: Text: Marriage 31 Oct 1745, Sutton, Massachusetts36
  18. Source: #S470 Data: Text: He married Anna Putnam, daughter of Issac Putnam and Anna Fuller, on 31 October 1745 in Sutton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.4 CONT Anna Putnam married Josiah Trask, son of Josiah Trask and Mary Woodbury, on 31 October 1745 in Sutton.4









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