Henry Burt born 20 August 1660. He married 1) Elizabeth Alvord on 12 December 1684 and 2) Hannah Denslow on 9 December 1687 and 3) Mary Unknown in 1690. He died on 26 September 1735 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
Mary Burt, first of this name in the family, born 18 March 1663. She died on 3 November 1666 in Northampton.
Sarah Burt born 2 May 1665. She married Robert Porter on 21 May 1688 in Northampton, Massachusetts. Sarah died on 14 May 1689 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
Hannah Burt born 2 September 1667. She died 3 May 1689, unmarried.
David Burt Jr. born 25 August 1669. He was captured by Indians on 8 February 1690. Death date and place unknown.
Benjamin Burt born 17 November 1680. He married Sarah Belden on 9 October 1702 in Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts. Benjamin died on 20 May 1759 in Ridgefield, Fairfield, Connecticut.
John Burt born 29 April 1682. He died while on a war party with Capt. Benjamin Wright in May 1709.
Jonathan married Mindwell Taylor (about 1677-died 6 November 1761 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts), daughter of Capt. John Taylor, on 2 June 1696 in New England.
Children of the Burt-Taylor Marriage
Children born in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
Jonathan Burt Jr. born July 1697. He died unmarried on 3 December 1786.
Eleazar Burt, first of this name in the family, born 30 january 1699. He died on 14 January 1704.
Mindwell Burt born 22 November 1700. She married Josiah King in 1724.
Lydia Burt born after 1701. She married Azariah Beach in 1730.
Eleazar Burt born 29 December 1717. He married Abigail Baker on 3 June 1762. He died on 28 February 1787 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, USA.
Jonathan died on 15 October 1745 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts at the age of 74 on the paternal homestead.
Therese Schmidt, Information is taken from Taylor Family tree compiled by Coreen Traverzo, circa 2010 and Taylor Families 1592-1993, Roderic Alan Davis, 2nd compiler on freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com, 14 March 2005. Information has not been verified with primary sources at this point.
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