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Micah Rood (1653 - bef. 1728)

Micah Rood
Born in Norwich, New London, Connecticutmap
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Husband of — married 15 Jan 1691 in Norwich, Connecticutmap
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Biography

Micah Rood was a son of Thomas Rood, born in February 1653 in Norwich, Connecticut.[1] He is the son of Thomas Rood and Sarah Lefingwell. [2]

Micah Rood and the widow Sarah Daynes were married in Norwich on 15 January 1691.[3][4]

Children born at Norwich, Connecticut, to Micah Rood and his wife Sarah were:[5]

  1. Mary Roode, born 22 May 1693.
  2. Micah Rood, born 29 April 1696.
  3. Joseph Rood, born 14 December 1698.

Sources

  1. Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848. Hartford: Society of colonial wars in the state of Connecticut, 1913. Accessed at AmericanAncestors.org. Vol. 1, page 34: Micah Rood was borne ffeb An: 1653 of Thomas Rood.
  2. A source for this information is needed.
  3. Vital Records of Norwich, Vol. 1, page 47: Micah Rood and Sarah Dayns formerly the wife of Abraham Dayns Deceafed, ware married Janur 15th: anno 1691.
  4. Torrey's New England Marriages to 1700, Vol. 2, page 1298: ROOD, Micah (1653-1728) & Sarah (PIKE) DAYNS, w Abraham; 15 Jan 1691; Norwich, CT {Norwich VR 47; Ludlow MA 448}
  5. Vital Records of Norwich, Vol. 1, page 47.


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John, thanks for sharing the story of the apples - I recommend that everyone read it.
posted by Patricia (Long) Kent
Hello Jim,

I found an interesting story about Micah while researching one of my ancestors. Don't know if you ever heard of the story. I am putting a link to it here. The story is called "The Curse of Micah Rood's Apples". Feel free to add it to his biography if you feel it is appropriate. I for one would consider a story about my ancestor to be worthy of being part of his profile. My ancestral great grandpa, Jacob Hyde, dug the grave for Micah and is mentioned in the story as well. Warm Regards

https://books.google.com/books?id=6Y9_CQAAQBAJ&pg=PT41&lpg=PT41&dq=jacob+hyde+of+new+england&source=bl&ots=0TpnlVlJDU&sig=m978eUu4G3QFYnHt-tqFlkZvpM4&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjn347M2vrbAhVyx1kKHS7nCSc4ChDoAQhTMAk#v=onepage&q=jacob%20hyde%20of%20new%20england&f=false

posted by John Repinski
Rood-1 and Rood-475 appear to represent the same person because: I determined that the previously empty and unsourced Rood-1 profile is the same person as Rood-475.
posted by Ellen Smith

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