Phobe A. Guptill

F, b. 1806, d. 1866
Phobe A. Guptill|b. 1806\nd. 1866|p123.htm#i3950|William Guptill|b. 4 Jun 1779\nd. 8 Sep 1864|p116.htm#i3758|Mary Ann Smith|b. 1777\nd. b 1861|p122.htm#i3948|William Guptill|b. 17 Mar 1756\nd. 7 May 1803|p99.htm#i3203|Jane Downs|b. c 1750\nd. 1810|p116.htm#i3755|||||||
FatherWilliam Guptill b. 4 Jun 1779, d. 8 Sep 1864
MotherMary Ann Smith b. 1777, d. b 1861
Relationship3rd cousin 4 times removed of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
Last Edited6 Sep 2006
Birth*1806 Phobe A. Guptill was born in 1806 at North Head Charlotte, Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada. 
 She was the daughter of William Guptill and Mary Ann Smith
Marriage*1831 Phobe A. Guptill married Isaac Meigs in 1831. 
Death*1866 Phobe A. Guptill died in 1866 at Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada. 

Family

Isaac Meigs

Benjamin Guptill

M, b. 1801, d. 29 January 1878
Benjamin Guptill|b. 1801\nd. 29 Jan 1878|p123.htm#i3951|William Guptill|b. 4 Jun 1779\nd. 8 Sep 1864|p116.htm#i3758|Mary Ann Smith|b. 1777\nd. b 1861|p122.htm#i3948|William Guptill|b. 17 Mar 1756\nd. 7 May 1803|p99.htm#i3203|Jane Downs|b. c 1750\nd. 1810|p116.htm#i3755|||||||
FatherWilliam Guptill b. 4 Jun 1779, d. 8 Sep 1864
MotherMary Ann Smith b. 1777, d. b 1861
Relationship3rd cousin 4 times removed of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
Last Edited6 Sep 2006
Birth*1801 Benjamin Guptill was born in 1801 at New Brunswick, Canada. 
 He was the son of William Guptill and Mary Ann Smith
Marriage*4 March 1827 Benjamin Guptill married Mary Eldridge on 4 March 1827 at Canada. 
Death*29 January 1878 Benjamin Guptill died on 29 January 1878 at Canada. 

Family

Mary Eldridge

Mary Ann Guptill

F, b. 2 April 1806
Mary Ann Guptill|b. 2 Apr 1806|p123.htm#i3952|William Guptill|b. 4 Jun 1779\nd. 8 Sep 1864|p116.htm#i3758|Mary Ann Smith|b. 1777\nd. b 1861|p122.htm#i3948|William Guptill|b. 17 Mar 1756\nd. 7 May 1803|p99.htm#i3203|Jane Downs|b. c 1750\nd. 1810|p116.htm#i3755|||||||
FatherWilliam Guptill b. 4 Jun 1779, d. 8 Sep 1864
MotherMary Ann Smith b. 1777, d. b 1861
Relationship3rd cousin 4 times removed of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
Last Edited14 Feb 2011
Marriage* Mary Ann Guptill married Nelson Ellingwood
Birth*2 April 1806 Mary Ann Guptill was born on 2 April 1806 at Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada. 
 She was the daughter of William Guptill and Mary Ann Smith

Family

Nelson Ellingwood

William Guptill

M, b. 8 December 1814
William Guptill|b. 8 Dec 1814|p123.htm#i3953|William Guptill|b. 4 Jun 1779\nd. 8 Sep 1864|p116.htm#i3758|Mary Ann Smith|b. 1777\nd. b 1861|p122.htm#i3948|William Guptill|b. 17 Mar 1756\nd. 7 May 1803|p99.htm#i3203|Jane Downs|b. c 1750\nd. 1810|p116.htm#i3755|||||||
FatherWilliam Guptill b. 4 Jun 1779, d. 8 Sep 1864
MotherMary Ann Smith b. 1777, d. b 1861
Relationship3rd cousin 4 times removed of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
Last Edited6 Sep 2006
Birth*8 December 1814 William Guptill was born on 8 December 1814 at Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada. 
 He was the son of William Guptill and Mary Ann Smith

Eunice Guptill

F, b. 25 December 1812
Eunice Guptill|b. 25 Dec 1812|p123.htm#i3954|William Guptill|b. 4 Jun 1779\nd. 8 Sep 1864|p116.htm#i3758|Mary Ann Smith|b. 1777\nd. b 1861|p122.htm#i3948|William Guptill|b. 17 Mar 1756\nd. 7 May 1803|p99.htm#i3203|Jane Downs|b. c 1750\nd. 1810|p116.htm#i3755|||||||
FatherWilliam Guptill b. 4 Jun 1779, d. 8 Sep 1864
MotherMary Ann Smith b. 1777, d. b 1861
Relationship3rd cousin 4 times removed of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
Last Edited6 Sep 2006
Birth*25 December 1812 Eunice Guptill was born on 25 December 1812 at Canada. 
 She was the daughter of William Guptill and Mary Ann Smith

Belinda Guptill

F, b. 1808
Belinda Guptill|b. 1808|p123.htm#i3955|William Guptill|b. 4 Jun 1779\nd. 8 Sep 1864|p116.htm#i3758|Mary Ann Smith|b. 1777\nd. b 1861|p122.htm#i3948|William Guptill|b. 17 Mar 1756\nd. 7 May 1803|p99.htm#i3203|Jane Downs|b. c 1750\nd. 1810|p116.htm#i3755|||||||
FatherWilliam Guptill b. 4 Jun 1779, d. 8 Sep 1864
MotherMary Ann Smith b. 1777, d. b 1861
Relationship3rd cousin 4 times removed of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
Last Edited6 Sep 2006
Birth*1808 Belinda Guptill was born in 1808 at Canada. 
 She was the daughter of William Guptill and Mary Ann Smith

Perlina Guptill

F, b. 1817
Perlina Guptill|b. 1817|p123.htm#i3956|William Guptill|b. 4 Jun 1779\nd. 8 Sep 1864|p116.htm#i3758|Mary Ann Smith|b. 1777\nd. b 1861|p122.htm#i3948|William Guptill|b. 17 Mar 1756\nd. 7 May 1803|p99.htm#i3203|Jane Downs|b. c 1750\nd. 1810|p116.htm#i3755|||||||
FatherWilliam Guptill b. 4 Jun 1779, d. 8 Sep 1864
MotherMary Ann Smith b. 1777, d. b 1861
Relationship3rd cousin 4 times removed of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
Last Edited6 Sep 2006
Birth*1817 Perlina Guptill was born in 1817 at Canada. 
 She was the daughter of William Guptill and Mary Ann Smith

Louisa Ann Guptill

F, b. 1820
Louisa Ann Guptill|b. 1820|p123.htm#i3957|William Guptill|b. 4 Jun 1779\nd. 8 Sep 1864|p116.htm#i3758|Mary Ann Smith|b. 1777\nd. b 1861|p122.htm#i3948|William Guptill|b. 17 Mar 1756\nd. 7 May 1803|p99.htm#i3203|Jane Downs|b. c 1750\nd. 1810|p116.htm#i3755|||||||
FatherWilliam Guptill b. 4 Jun 1779, d. 8 Sep 1864
MotherMary Ann Smith b. 1777, d. b 1861
Relationship3rd cousin 4 times removed of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
Last Edited6 Sep 2006
Birth*1820 Louisa Ann Guptill was born in 1820 at Canada. 
 She was the daughter of William Guptill and Mary Ann Smith

Mary Ellingwood

F
Last Edited14 Feb 2011
Marriage*22 December 1826 Mary Ellingwood married Stillman Guptill, son of William Guptill and Mary Ann Smith, on 22 December 1826 at Canada. 

Family

Stillman Guptill b. 1804, d. 1881

Isaac Meigs

M
Last Edited6 Sep 2006
Marriage*1831 Isaac Meigs married Phobe A. Guptill, daughter of William Guptill and Mary Ann Smith, in 1831. 

Family

Phobe A. Guptill b. 1806, d. 1866

Mary Eldridge

F
Last Edited6 Sep 2006
Marriage*4 March 1827 Mary Eldridge married Benjamin Guptill, son of William Guptill and Mary Ann Smith, on 4 March 1827 at Canada. 

Family

Benjamin Guptill b. 1801, d. 29 Jan 1878

Thomas Steward

M
Relationship9th great-grandfather of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited7 Sep 2006

Family

Child

James Gerry

M, b. circa 1737, d. 22 March 1824
James Gerry|b. c 1737\nd. 22 Mar 1824|p123.htm#i3962|John Gerry|b. 1698|p123.htm#i3966|Abigail Thompson|b. 1700|p123.htm#i3967|||||||Alexander Thompson|b. c 1671\nd. 13 Jul 1720|p123.htm#i3968|Anna Curtis|b. 1671|p123.htm#i3969|
FatherJohn Gerry b. 1698
MotherAbigail Thompson b. 1700
Relationship5th great-grandfather of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited22 Sep 2008
Birth*circa 1737 James Gerry was born circa 1737 at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 
 He was the son of John Gerry and Abigail Thompson
Marriage*1761 James Gerry married Olive Low, daughter of Ephraim Low and Mary Frost, in 1761 at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 
Death*22 March 1824 James Gerry died on 22 March 1824 at Sanford, York County, Maine.1 

Family

Olive Low b. 24 Oct 1742, d. a 1811
Children

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

Olive Low

F, b. 24 October 1742, d. after 1811
Olive Low|b. 24 Oct 1742\nd. a 1811|p123.htm#i3963|Ephraim Low|b. 8 May 1720\nd. 23 Jun 1799|p123.htm#i3964|Mary Frost||p123.htm#i3965|Job Low|b. 1677\nd. a 1759|p141.htm#i4563|Mary Wormwood|b. c 1680|p141.htm#i4564|||||||
FatherEphraim Low1 b. 8 May 1720, d. 23 Jun 1799
MotherMary Frost
Relationship5th great-grandmother of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited13 Sep 2007
Birth*24 October 1742 Olive Low was born on 24 October 1742 at Phillipstown Sanford, York County, Maine.1 
 She was the daughter of Ephraim Low and Mary Frost.1 
Marriage*1761 Olive Low married James Gerry, son of John Gerry and Abigail Thompson, in 1761 at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 
Death*after 1811 Olive Low died after 1811 at Sanford, York County, Maine.1 

Family

James Gerry b. c 1737, d. 22 Mar 1824
Children

Citations

  1. [S184] J. MARLIN, September 2003.
  2. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

Ephraim Low

M, b. 8 May 1720, d. 23 June 1799
Ephraim Low|b. 8 May 1720\nd. 23 Jun 1799|p123.htm#i3964|Job Low|b. 1677\nd. a 1759|p141.htm#i4563|Mary Wormwood|b. c 1680|p141.htm#i4564|John Low|b. c 1636|p141.htm#i4565|Elizabeth Howland|b. c 1634|p141.htm#i4566|William Wormwood|b. c 1654\nd. 14 Oct 1690|p172.htm#i5678|Mary Young|b. c 1663\nd. c 1736|p172.htm#i5679|
FatherJob Low b. 1677, d. a 1759
MotherMary Wormwood b. c 1680
Relationship6th great-grandfather of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited19 Aug 2008
Birth*8 May 1720 Ephraim Low was born on 8 May 1720 at Wells, York County, Maine.1 
 He was the son of Job Low and Mary Wormwood
Marriage*2 July 1741 Ephraim Low married Mary Frost on 2 July 1741 at York County, Maine.1 
Death*23 June 1799 Ephraim Low died on 23 June 1799 at Sanford, York County, Maine, at age 79.1 

Family

Mary Frost
Child

Citations

  1. [S184] J. MARLIN, September 2003.

Mary Frost

F
Relationship6th great-grandmother of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited14 Feb 2007
Marriage*2 July 1741 Mary Frost married Ephraim Low, son of Job Low and Mary Wormwood, on 2 July 1741 at York County, Maine.1 

Family

Ephraim Low b. 8 May 1720, d. 23 Jun 1799
Child

Citations

  1. [S184] J. MARLIN, September 2003.

John Gerry

M, b. 1698
Relationship6th great-grandfather of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited9 May 2012
Marriage*21 October 1720 John Gerry married Abigail Thompson, daughter of Alexander Thompson and Anna Curtis, on 21 October 1720 at Kittery, York County, Maine.1 
Birth*1698 John Gerry was born in 1698 at Kittery, York County, Maine.1 

Family

Abigail Thompson b. 1700
Children

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

Abigail Thompson

F, b. 1700
Abigail Thompson|b. 1700|p123.htm#i3967|Alexander Thompson|b. c 1671\nd. 13 Jul 1720|p123.htm#i3968|Anna Curtis|b. 1671|p123.htm#i3969|William Thompson|b. b 1633\nd. 22 Jun 1676|p123.htm#i3970|Sarah A. White|b. c 1630\nd. b 1676|p123.htm#i3971|Thomas Curtis|b. 12 Mar 1619\nd. 13 Nov 1681|p123.htm#i3974|Elizabeth Salmon|b. 1620\nd. 13 Nov 1681|p123.htm#i3975|
FatherAlexander Thompson b. c 1671, d. 13 Jul 1720
MotherAnna Curtis b. 1671
Relationship6th great-grandmother of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited14 Feb 2007
Marriage*21 October 1720 Abigail Thompson married John Gerry on 21 October 1720 at Kittery, York County, Maine.1 
Death* Abigail Thompson died at Sanford, York County, Maine.1 
Birth*1700 She was born in 1700 at Sanford, York County, Maine.1 
 She was the daughter of Alexander Thompson and Anna Curtis

Family

John Gerry b. 1698
Children

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

Alexander Thompson

M, b. circa 1671, d. 13 July 1720
Alexander Thompson|b. c 1671\nd. 13 Jul 1720|p123.htm#i3968|William Thompson|b. b 1633\nd. 22 Jun 1676|p123.htm#i3970|Sarah Ann White|b. c 1630\nd. b 1676|p123.htm#i3971|||||||John White|b. 1604\nd. 1679|p123.htm#i3972|Lucy (?)|b. 1608|p123.htm#i3973|
FatherWilliam Thompson b. b 1633, d. 22 Jun 1676
MotherSarah Ann White b. c 1630, d. b 1676
Relationship7th great-grandfather of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited14 Feb 2007
Marriage* Alexander Thompson married Anna Curtis, daughter of Thomas Curtis and Elizabeth Salmon, at Maine.1 
Birth*circa 1671 Alexander Thompson was born circa 1671 at Kittery, York County, Maine.1 
 He was the son of William Thompson and Sarah Ann White
Death*13 July 1720 Alexander Thompson died on 13 July 1720 at Kittery, York County, Maine.1 

Family

Anna Curtis b. 1671
Children

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

Anna Curtis

F, b. 1671
Anna Curtis|b. 1671|p123.htm#i3969|Thomas Curtis|b. 12 Mar 1619\nd. 13 Nov 1681|p123.htm#i3974|Elizabeth Salmon|b. 1620\nd. 13 Nov 1681|p123.htm#i3975|||||||Christopher Salmon|b. 30 Jul 1586\nd. 1625|p124.htm#i4005|Sarah Curtis|b. c 1584|p124.htm#i4006|
FatherThomas Curtis b. 12 Mar 1619, d. 13 Nov 1681
MotherElizabeth Salmon b. 1620, d. 13 Nov 1681
Relationship7th great-grandmother of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited14 Feb 2007
Marriage* Anna Curtis married Alexander Thompson, son of William Thompson and Sarah Ann White, at Maine.1 
Birth*1671 Anna Curtis was born in 1671 at York County, Maine.1 
 She was the daughter of Thomas Curtis and Elizabeth Salmon

Family

Alexander Thompson b. c 1671, d. 13 Jul 1720
Children

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

William Thompson

M, b. before 1633, d. 22 June 1676
Relationship8th great-grandfather of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited4 Mar 2007
Birth*before 1633 William Thompson was born before 1633 at Kittery, York County, Maine.1 
Marriage*1650 He married Sarah Ann White, daughter of John White and Lucy (?), in 1650 at Durham, Strafford County, New Hampshire.1 
Death*22 June 1676 William Thompson died on 22 June 1676 at Kittery, York County, Maine.1 

Family

Sarah Ann White b. c 1630, d. b 1676
Children

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

Sarah Ann White

F, b. circa 1630, d. before 1676
Sarah Ann White|b. c 1630\nd. b 1676|p123.htm#i3971|John White|b. 1604\nd. 1679|p123.htm#i3972|Lucy (?)|b. 1608|p123.htm#i3973|||||||||||||
FatherJohn White b. 1604, d. 1679
MotherLucy (?) b. 1608
Relationship8th great-grandmother of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited4 Mar 2007
Birth*circa 1630 Sarah Ann White was born circa 1630 at Durham, Strafford County, New Hampshire.1 
 She was the daughter of John White and Lucy (?)
Marriage*1650 Sarah Ann White married William Thompson in 1650 at Durham, Strafford County, New Hampshire.1 
Death*before 1676 Sarah Ann White died before 1676 at Kittery, York County, Maine. 

Family

William Thompson b. b 1633, d. 22 Jun 1676
Children

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

John White

M, b. 1604, d. 1679
Relationship9th great-grandfather of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited4 Mar 2007
Birth*1604 John White was born in 1604 at England.1 
Marriage*1631 He married Lucy (?) in 1631 at Durham, Strafford County, New Hampshire.1 
Death*1679 John White died in 1679 at Kittery, York County, Maine.1 

Family

Lucy (?) b. 1608
Child

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

Lucy (?)

F, b. 1608
Relationship9th great-grandmother of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited4 Mar 2007
Birth*1608 Lucy (?) was born in 1608 at Kittery, York County, Maine.1 
Marriage*1631 She married John White in 1631 at Durham, Strafford County, New Hampshire.1 

Family

John White b. 1604, d. 1679
Child

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

Thomas Curtis

M, b. 12 March 1619, d. 13 November 1681
Relationship8th great-grandfather of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited24 Mar 2011
Note* Thomas Curtis The place of Thomas' birth and his parentage are not known. The ship that he came on is not known. He settled in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut ca. 1636-1637. He married ca. 1638 to Elizabeth Salmon, sister of William Salmon, of Hashamomuck/Southold, Long Island. He died 13 November 1681, at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.
In 1636 (or 1637), Thomas Curtis received 20 1/2 acres of land in the division of the Little West Field. In 1640 he is listed in Stiles as having land west of John Nott, who had 3 acres at the SW corner of Sandy Lane and High Street.
In 1641 he bought of John Livermore a house and 6 acres of land "bordered by the High St. Common, West; the Meadow lands of John Whitmore and John Livermore, East; the highway next the River [now The Cove], North; ho-lot of William Butler, South". This land is designated as lot B in our analysis of the Meadow Row lots. In 1650 he was given 1/4 acre "by the church" for a building lot; this was located "at the extreme North end of the Common, bordered North and East by way to the Landing Point; West by Thomas Wickham's; South by Mr. John Blackleach's ho-lot." The town gave him additional land adjoining William Butler's in 1656.
In 1660 he bought from Richard Montague two adjoining 3 acre home lots farther south on Meadow Row, also on the east side of High Street (designated as Lots E and F in our analysis of the Meadow Row lots.) In 1662 he sold 135 acres of land, on the east side of the river, to Thomas Wickham. In 1670 he sold the home lot at the extreme north end of High Street to his son, John Curtis, who then sold it in 1673 to Theophilus Sherman. In 1671 he bought land from John Blackleach on the south side of Jordan Lane. In 1673 he was taxed to pay for the "Five Mile" purchase.
Although is is probable that Thomas Curtis lived at the North end of High Street, at the Common, from 1641 on (first on the lot purchased from John Livermore, then, sometime between 1660 and 1670, on the lot(s) purchased from Richard Montague), he continued to own property South and West of Sandy Lane, between Sandy Lane and Back Lane. In 1649 the Town gave Enock Buck 2 acres of land for a homestead there; it was a triangular piece, bordered "West by Leonard Dix's ho-lot; South by Thomas Curtis; North by highway to Hartford; East 'comes to a point about 5th part in Curtis' fence.'" In 1681, Isaac Curtis received in the distribution of his father's estate "the homelot by Enock Buck's."
On 21 May 1657 he declared himself to be past 60 years of age and was duly relieved by the General Court from the duty of "training, watching, and warding." He served as a juror in sessions of the Particular Court, at Hartford, on two occasions.

Events involving the Salmons at Hashamomuck, on Long Island, affected Thomas Curtis at Wethersfield, between 1658 and 1663:

Hashamomuck, on Long Island, had been settled as early as 1636 or 1637; one Matthew Sunderland had obtained a grant on June 18, 1639, from James Forrett, agent to William Alexander, First Earl Stirling, to 1600 acres of land there; grant confirmed by Lord Stirling on August 20, 1639. Sunderland married Kathryn (_____); he died about 1642-45; William Salmon very soon married the widow and took full possession. In 1645 Salmon bought Indian title to the place from Paukhamp. In 1649 he sold 3/4, reserving 1/4, the neck on the bay, for himself--some 400 acres.
By 1st wife Kathryn, he had one son and 3 daughters--John, Marie, Rebecca, and Sarah. Kathryn (_____) (Sunderland) Salmon then died (prior to 1654). William Salmon then married Sarah Horton, daughter of Barnabas Horton of Southold, by whom he had 2 daughters, Hannah & Elizabeth. Salmon then died ca 1657, leaving the widow, Sarah Horton Salmon and 6 minor children, four of whom, John, Marie, Rebecca, and Sarah, were true orphans, their natural mother and natural father both deceased. These orphans were heirs with rights to property, each child to about 44 acres at Hashamomuck neck, if equally divided.
The widow Sarah (Horton) Salmon soon remarried, on 2 December 1657, to John Conklin, Jr. of Southold. Thereafter, as early as March 1658/59, there is evidence in the records of conflict between John Conklin, Jr. and neighbor John Corey, (who was married to Ann Salmon, sister to William and Elizabeth Salmon), and shortly thereafter John Corey deserted his land, which John Conklin then claimed as his own under forfeiture; "Law suits followed." This proved to be but the opening round in a protracted contest for control of Hashamomuck neck. But it was a one sided battle--John Concklin, "as was his wont, persisted," and in the end "by some means secured the whole of Hashamomuck neck for himself."
At some point, three of the Salmon orphans, John, Marie, and Sarah, went to Wethersfield to live with their Aunt Elizabeth Curtis, in the household of Thomas Curtis. (Rebecca Salmon is not mentioned in these records. Perhaps she was taken into the household of her Aunt Ann Corey.) This may have been as early as 1659; and the children were still in Wethersfield in 1663, when Thomas Curtis, as guardian, obtained a deed to their land to hold in trust for them, from John Scott, of Ashford, who had been granted magisterial powers throughout the whole of Long Island by John Winthrop. In the 17th Century, if orphans had property, it was "standard operating procedure" for a guardian to hold the deed to their property until their majority, at which time the courts routinely allowed the guardian to deduct his expenses from the estate. In this case, it was impossible for Thomas Curtis to secure title to the children's property until 1663.

The Salmon children, however, did return to Long Island shortly therafter, where the following, dated 22 February 1663, is in evidence:

Whereas our ffather William Sallman in his life tyme did declare that his brother in law Thomas Curtis of weathersfield should not have the educacon of any of his children--his longe forbearance of looking after us manifested little love to us. These may signifie to whom it may consern, that we whose names are here under subscribed have made choyce of John Conckline Junr to be our Gardian, haveing experience of his ffatherly love to us and hereby declare all other Gardianship by authority of any court to be null.
Witness the subscripcon of our names, the two and twentyeth day of ffebruary 1663.

John Conkelyn Sener. John Salmon
Richard Curtis (his mark) Mary (her mark) Solmon
Thomas Osman Sara (her mark) Solmon
Jacob Conklyne

As far as can be determined, Thomas Curtis never received payment for "his longe forbearance."
Thomas Curtis died 13 November 1681 in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. He died intestate. According to an inventory taken 9 December 1681 by Nathaniel Boreman, Samuel Butler, and William Warner, his estate amounted to f717-13-09.

The Connecticut State Library has the Hartford Probate District Records which show the distribution of his estate (1681, No. 1526):

The distribution of the estate of Thomas Curtis of Wethersfield, deceased, made by us underwritten according to an order from the honored Court at Hartford, March 8th 1681 is as followeth viz (____?)
Impri: To John Curtis the eldest son, besides what formerly his father settled on him, Wee have now ordered him, two acres of land in the upper end of the meadow being part of the eleven acres and on the south side of it, and three acres of grass land at the lower end of the meadow which with 40a (lb) pd him in corne(?) makes up his full portion where on his brother Kimberly and Stoddard have of their own ____? parts allowed him f4-18-3.
2nd To James Curtis the 2nd son. We have now ordered and distributed to him two acres and halfe of land in the home lot and 4 acres and a halfe of land in the upper end of the meadow, and the fifty acre lot in the west division with halfe the undivided land for the great river east into it.? (The four acres and Halfe to go on the north side of the L).
3rd To Joseph Curtis, the 3d son, we have now ordered and distributed two acres of land in the meadow neare Goodmn Smith's landing place, and eight acres of swamp land in the sd meadow and ten acres of upland on the west swamp by Goodmn Stanish's.
4th To Samll Curtis the 4th son, we have only due him about 6 pounds in silver demanded by him as a debt, his portion being formerly allotted out to him by deed of gift.
5th To Isaack Curtis the 5th son wee have now ordered and distributed the homelot by Enock Bucks, and the ten acre lot in the west swamp and halfe the undivided land over the great river cast in, and four acres and halfe of land in the upper end of the meadow (6___s) ye middle of ye 11 acres lot with over plus if any?
To Mr. Eliezer Kimberly and John Stoddard, husbands to the two daughters we have distributed the moovable estate as far as it will go wch through their condescending in enuityes doth content them their portion. The rood of land at the meadow gate being to sd. Mr. Kimberly.

Stephen Chester
James Treat
Sam ll Wolcott

Administration papers of Thomas Curtis of Wethersfield, Connecticut: This distribution of the estate of Thomas Curtis of Weathersfield consented to by all his children and witnessed to by those subscribing:

John Curtis having already received his full portion by deed or gift--from his father--the remainder of the estate to be equally divided so James Curtis, Joseph, Isaac, Ruth and Elizabeth to each of them an equal portion. What Joseph, Ruth and Elizabeth have formerly received being first added to the sum total of the inventory ____? amount 37- now it is further consented to by the said children that in consideration of the care that Joseph Curtis and his wife have done for their father during his life, there shall be so much added to his portion as will make it up 140 with ____? formerly allowed.
Which addition shall be equally deducted from the portions of the other children according to what they have and shall receive Samuel excepted. And if the estate fall short of the inventory by debts or loss, each child abate accordingly.

John Curtis
James Curtice
Joseph Curtis
Samuel Curtis
Eleazer Kimberly
John Stodder
References:

1. Jacobus, Donald L. Letter to Maude Horne Johnson, 11 April 1955 (re: Wethersfield land records).
2. Johnson, Maude Horne and Johnson, Ralph Walter, Thomas Curtis of Wethersfield, Connecticut and His Descendants. Privately published, 1963.
3. Moore, Charles B. Town of Southold, Long Island. Personal index prior to 1698, and index of 1698. New York, New York, J. Medole, 1868.
4. Manwaring, Charles William. A digest of the early Connecticut probate records, Volume I, pages 257-258. Hartford, Connecticut, R. S. Peck & Co., Printers, 1904-1906.
5. Southold Town Records / copied & explanatory notes added by J. Wickham Case. New York, New York, S. W. Green's Son, 1882-1884.
6. Stiles, Henry R., The History of Ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut. New York, New York, Grafton Press, 1904.


 
Birth*12 March 1619 He was born on 12 March 1619 at Nazeing, Parish, Essex, England.1 
Marriage*1638 He married Elizabeth Salmon, daughter of Christopher Salmon and Sarah Curtis, in 1638 at Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.1 
Death*13 November 1681 Thomas Curtis died on 13 November 1681 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, at age 62.1 

Family

Elizabeth Salmon b. 1620, d. 13 Nov 1681
Children

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

Elizabeth Salmon

F, b. 1620, d. 13 November 1681
Elizabeth Salmon|b. 1620\nd. 13 Nov 1681|p123.htm#i3975|Christopher Salmon|b. 30 Jul 1586\nd. 1625|p124.htm#i4005|Sarah Curtis|b. c 1584|p124.htm#i4006|Peter Salmon|b. c 1560|p138.htm#i4428|Alice (?)|b. c 1564\nd. 1610|p138.htm#i4429|William Curtis|b. 1540\nd. 17 May 1585|p124.htm#i4007|Agnes (?)|b. c 1540|p124.htm#i4010|
FatherChristopher Salmon1 b. 30 Jul 1586, d. 1625
MotherSarah Curtis1 b. c 1584
Relationship8th great-grandmother of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
ChartsDaniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Box)
Daniel Curtis Phillips Pedigree Chart (Indented)
Last Edited24 Mar 2011
Birth*1620 Elizabeth Salmon was born in 1620 at Georgenia, York County, Maine.1 
 She was the daughter of Christopher Salmon and Sarah Curtis.1 
Marriage*1638 Elizabeth Salmon married Thomas Curtis in 1638 at Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.1 
Death*13 November 1681 Elizabeth Salmon died on 13 November 1681 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.1 

Family

Thomas Curtis b. 12 Mar 1619, d. 13 Nov 1681
Children

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

Ruth Gowen

F, b. 12 August 1776
Last Edited7 Sep 2006
Birth*12 August 1776 Ruth Gowen was born on 12 August 1776 at Sanford, York County, Maine. 

Ebenezer Gerry

M, b. 21 June 1774, d. after 3 November 1834
Ebenezer Gerry|b. 21 Jun 1774\nd. a 3 Nov 1834|p123.htm#i3978|James Gerry|b. c 1737\nd. 22 Mar 1824|p123.htm#i3962|Olive Low|b. 24 Oct 1742\nd. a 1811|p123.htm#i3963|John Gerry|b. 1698|p123.htm#i3966|Abigail Thompson|b. 1700|p123.htm#i3967|Ephraim Low|b. 8 May 1720\nd. 23 Jun 1799|p123.htm#i3964|Mary Frost||p123.htm#i3965|
FatherJames Gerry b. c 1737, d. 22 Mar 1824
MotherOlive Low b. 24 Oct 1742, d. a 1811
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
Last Edited7 Sep 2006
Birth*21 June 1774 Ebenezer Gerry was born on 21 June 1774 at Phillipstown, York County, Maine.1 
 He was the son of James Gerry and Olive Low
Marriage*6 August 1795 Ebenezer Gerry married Ruth Gowen on 6 August 1795 at Sanford, York County, Maine.1 
Death*after 3 November 1834 Ebenezer Gerry died after 3 November 1834.1 

Family

Ruth Gowen b. 12 Aug 1776

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

Ruth Gowen

F, b. 12 August 1776
Last Edited16 Jan 2011
Birth*12 August 1776 Ruth Gowen was born on 12 August 1776 at Sanford, York County, Maine.1 
Marriage*6 August 1795 She married Ebenezer Gerry, son of James Gerry and Olive Low, on 6 August 1795 at Sanford, York County, Maine.1 

Family

Ebenezer Gerry b. 21 Jun 1774, d. a 3 Nov 1834

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.

James Gerry Jr.

M, b. 4 July 1762, d. 3 July 1813
James Gerry Jr.|b. 4 Jul 1762\nd. 3 Jul 1813|p123.htm#i3981|James Gerry|b. c 1737\nd. 22 Mar 1824|p123.htm#i3962|Olive Low|b. 24 Oct 1742\nd. a 1811|p123.htm#i3963|John Gerry|b. 1698|p123.htm#i3966|Abigail Thompson|b. 1700|p123.htm#i3967|Ephraim Low|b. 8 May 1720\nd. 23 Jun 1799|p123.htm#i3964|Mary Frost||p123.htm#i3965|
FatherJames Gerry b. c 1737, d. 22 Mar 1824
MotherOlive Low b. 24 Oct 1742, d. a 1811
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Daniel Curtis Phillips Sr.
Last Edited22 Sep 2008
Birth*4 July 1762 James Gerry Jr. was born on 4 July 1762 at Phillipstown, York County, Maine.1 
 He was the son of James Gerry and Olive Low
Marriage*21 March 1785 James Gerry Jr. married Susanna Littlefield on 21 March 1785 at Wells, York County, Maine.1 
Death*3 July 1813 James Gerry Jr. died on 3 July 1813 at Sanford, York County, Maine, at age 50.1 

Family

Susanna Littlefield b. 1 Oct 1764
Children

Citations

  1. [S150] Philip Alan Ross, June 2006.
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