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Aaron Blatchley (1644 - 1699)

Aaron Blatchley aka Blakeslee
Born in New Haven, Connecticut Colonymap
Husband of — married Feb 1665 in Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticutmap
Husband of — married 1686 [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Guilford, New Haven, Connecticutmap
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Biography

Aaron Blakeslee, eldest son of Thomas Blakeslee and Susanna Ball, was born in 1644. He married, 1st, in Feb., 1665, Mary, dau. of Daniel Dodd ; 2nd, in 1686, the widow of Robert Foote, of Branford.

Aaron left with his father to settle the new Puritan colony of New-Ark (now Newark, New Jersey) in 1666-1667.[1][2]

Aaron m. Mary Dodd of Guilford: had Mary, Thomas, Ebenezer, Hannah, Daniel, Joseph, Benjamin, Sarah, and Susanna, but the order is uncertain. He returned and was of Guilford in 1683 when he sold to Th. Huntinton his land in Newark.[3]

Samuel David

Sources

  1. Shaw, William H., History of Essex and Hudson Counties, New Jersey, Volume 1, Page . Published 1884. https://archive.org/stream/historyofessexh01shaw#page/358/mode/2up
  2. Memorials of Roderick White and His Wife, Lucy Blakeslee of Paris Hill, N.Y. (Ithaca, New York, 1892) Page 9
  3. Shaw, William H., History of Essex and Hudson Counties, New Jersey, Volume 1, Page . Published 1884. https://archive.org/stream/historyofessexh01shaw#page/358/mode/2up


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Blakeslee-78 and Blatchley-2 appear to represent the same person because: same person
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