John Hazen received from his father, by deed of gift, dated 28 June 1710, a Parcel of land in Boxford, which he conveyed to his brother Thomas, 14 June 1711, for the consideratin of 135 pounds. He then went to Norwich, Conn., where his first recorded deed, dated 26 Nov 1711, gives the information that "John Hazen of Norwich" for 300 pounds bought of Joseph Tisdale of Taunton 200 acres on Pautigaug Hill in Norwich [now Franklin], which the latter had purchased of Thomas and Jonathan Tracy in 1703, with 150 Acres of upland on Pautipaug Hill and about 5 acres of meadow. It thus appears that John was the pioneer of the family in Norwich, and that his father, brothers, and cousins followed later. The records show that he was actively engaged in buying and selling land there for the following twenty years.
In October 1724, Mr. John Hazen was appointed "Quartermaster of the Troop in the County of New London." In may 1732, he was one of the incorporators of the "New London Society united for Trade and Commerce." By his last deed in Norwich, dated 15 Mar. 1732, he conveyed to James Beckwith for 1500 pounds a house and barn with 200 acres, and on the same date purchased for 1440 pounds from James Beckwith of Lyme 80 acres on the Black Hall River and other lands amounting to 26 acres in Lyme. He continued buying and selling numerous pieces of land and buildings in the north and east parishes of Lyme until October 1740, after which his movements have not been traced. The baptisms of most of his children are found on the records of the First Church of Norwich, in which he seems to have continued even after the organization of the church at West Farms.
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Page: pg. 152 Data: Text: Eleazer Hamlin of Salisbury in his will dated 19 December 1768 (no proving date), named among others his daughter Sarah Hazen (Sharon District PR #1497)
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