Inscriptions Copied from the Old Burial Ground, Windsor, CT, 1842;
transcribed by Samuel H. Parsons;
New England Historical & Genealogical Register,
Vol 5, July 1851, p. 366; Oct 1851, p 457 & subsequent.

ALLIN
  • Alexander ALLIN, d. 8 Aug 1708, ∆ 49
  • Mary ALLIN, d. 6 Aug 1703, ∆ 29, wife of Alexander
  • Col. Matthew ALLIN, d. 17 Feb 1758, ∆ 98
  • Elizabeth ALLIN, d. 4 Jun 1634, ∆ 69, w. of Col. Matthew
  • Capt. Benjamin ALLEN, d. 30 Dec 1827, ∆ 90
  • Sarah ALLIN, d. 9 Aug 1789, ∆ 50, w. of Capt. Benjamin
  • O. ALLIN, d. 9 Jul 1762, ∆ 9 months, son of Capt. Benjamin
  • Capt. Pelatiah ALLIN, d. 3 Nov 1766, ∆ 78
  • Ann ALLIN, d. 10 Sep 1717, ∆ ___, dau. of Benjamin
  • Josiah ALLIN, d. 4 Feb 1735, ∆ 61
  • Capt. Benjamin ALLIN, d. 18 Mar 1776, ∆ 66
  • Abigail ALLIN, d. 29 May 1795, ∆ 84, w. of Capt. Benjamin
  • Sarah ALLIN, d. 31 May 1763, ∆ 65, w. of Josiah
  • Matthew ALLIN, d. 14 Dec 1768, ∆ 37
  • Mary ALLIN, d. 6 Sep 1777, ∆ 63, w. of Matthew
  • William ALLIN, d. 16 May 1701
  • Hannah ALLIN, d. 8 Feb 1753, ∆ 53, w. of John
  • Abigail ALLIN, d. 30 Sep 1719, ∆ 3, dau. of Alexander
  • Alexander ALLIN, d. 2 Apr 1742, ∆ 47
  • Hannah ALLIN, d. 2 Apr 1742, ∆ 78, w. of Alexander
  • Samuel W. ALLIN, d. 27 Feb 1801, ∆ 74
  • Joanna ALLIN, d. 9 Jul 1794, ∆ 63, w. of Samuel W.
  • Samuel W. ALLIN, d. 6 Jun 1805, ∆ 4

ALLYN
  • Col. Matthew ALLYN, d. 17 Feb 1758, ∆ 98; was one of the Council & a Judge of the Superior Court for the Colony of Connecticut.
  • Thomas ALLYN, d. 11 Dec 1738, ∆ 42
  • Elisha ALLYN, d. 3 Oct 1803, ∆ 3, son of Elisha
  • Maj. Henry ALLYN d. 23 Jun 1753, ∆ 54
  • Ann ALLYN, d. 23 Jan 1732, ∆ 34, w. of Maj. Henry
  • Henry ALLYN, d. 8 May 1804, ∆ 76
  • Jonah ALLYN, d. 3 Nov 1799, ∆ 66
  • Susannah ALLYN, d. 26 Mar 1800, ∆ 66, w. of Jonah
  • Lt. Josiah ALLYN, d. 17 Jan 1794, ∆ 67
  • Ann ALLYN, d. 18 Mar 1795, ∆ 64, w. of Lt. Josiah
  • Elijah ALLYN, d. 5 Jun 1764, ∆ 20, drowned; "In memory of Elijah ALLYN who after being mist 14 days was on ye 5 of Jun 1764 found drowned in Windsor Little Rivulet in ye 20th year of his age."
  • Matthew ALLYN, d. 13 Nov 1768, ∆ 28
  • Ensign John, ALLYN, d. 6 Feb 1796, ∆ 67
  • Elizabeth ALLYN, d. 1 Feb 1813, ∆ 83, w. of Ensign John
  • Josiah ALLYN, d. 2 Dec 1797, ∆ 38
  • Elizabeth ALLYN, d. 10 Mar 1806, ∆ 37, w. of Charles
  • Fitz John ALLYN, Jr., d. 15 Jan 1825, ∆ 35

ALFORD
  • Benedict ALFORD, d. 16 Feb 1764, ∆ 76
  • Jerusha ALFORD, d. 18 Jan 1761, ∆ 38, w. of Benedict
  • Elisabeth ALFORD, d. 9 Apr 1777, ∆ 7, dau of Jona.
  • James ALFORD, d. 24 Apr 1777, ∆ 2, son of Jona.

BISSELL
  • John BISSELL d. 3 Oct 1677, ∆ 86
  • Coronet Daniel BISSELL, d. 9 Dec 1738, ∆ 74
  • Benoni BISSELL, d. 26 Aug 1761, ∆ 72; "In memory of Mr. Benoni BISSELL who died Aug. 26, 1761, in the 72 year of his age. Erected by the first Society of Windsor in Grateful Remembrance of his generous Gift for the support of their school."
  • Daniel BISSELL, d. 11 Nov 1770, ∆ 76
  • Aurelia BISSELL, dau. of Josiah, d. 22 Sep 1777, ∆ 18
  • Ruth BISSELL, w. of Josiah, d. 14 Sep 1778, ∆ 76
  • Josiah BISSELL, d. at Reading, 21 Dec 1776, ∆ 63
  • Mary BISSELL, w. of Josiah, d. 24 Sep 1806, ∆ 40
  • Sarah BISSELL, w. of Josiah, d. 10 Fb 1786, ∆ 26
  • Wolcott BISSELL, d. 29 Jan 1789
  • Elizabeth BISSELL, w. of Daniel, d. 9 Jun 1749, ∆ 21, "Here lyes the body of Mrs. Elisabeth the wife of Mr. Daniel BISSELL who died June ye 9th 1749 aged 21 years. [daughter of Capt. Roger NEWBURY]"
  • Elijah BISSELL, d. 9 Dec 1790, ∆ 41
  • Elijah BISSELL, d. 24 Oct 1820, ∆ 41
  • Esther BISSELL, dau. of Eben. FITCH, d. 7 Sep 1777, ∆ 21

BARBER
  • John BARBER, d. 29 May 1767, ∆ 71
  • Jane BARBER, w. of John, d. 21 Dec 1770, ∆ 71
  • Thomas BARBER, d. 16 Feb 1816, ∆ 65
  • Jane BARBER, w. of Thomas, d. 3 Aug 1804, ∆ 76
  • Thomas BARBER, d. 30 Dec 1802, ∆ 76
  • Jonah BARBER, d. 26 Jun 1795, ∆ 72
  • Jerusha BARBER, wf. of Jonah, d. 6 Feb 1781, ∆ 51
  • Ann BARBER, w. of Gideon, d. 15 May 1768, ∆ 41
  • Jerijah BARBER, d. 7 Feb 1792, ∆ 54; "In memory of Jerijah BARBER who died Feb 2, 1792, aged 54: He was the son of John BARBER who was the son of Samuel BARBER, the son of Thomas BARBER, who was one of the first English Settlers on this Continent."
  • Capt. David BARBER, d. 30 Oct 1796, ∆ 64
  • Chester BARBER, d. 16 Jun 1799, ∆ 35
  • Lt. Josiah BARBER, d. 24 Dec 1733, ∆ 76

BROWN
  • Ephraim BROWN, d. 1 Oct 1791, ∆ 55
  • Peter BROWN, d. 9 May 1692, ∆ 60
  • Samuel BROWN, d. 8 Jun 1785, ∆ 85
  • Mary BROWN, w. of Samuel, d. 19 Jan 1755, ∆ 49

BALL
  • Sally BALL, d. 5 Apr 1821, ∆ 58

BOLLES
  • Ruth BOLLES, wife of Samuel, d. 7 Apr 1792, ∆ 73

BISHOP
  • Sarah BISHOP, d. 18 Mar 1792, ∆ 40

BUCKLAND
  • Nicholas BUCKLAND, d. 24 Aug 1728, ∆ 82
  • Thomas BUCKLAND, d. 30 Jan 1742, ∆ 77
  • Abigail BUCKLAND, w. of Thomas, d. 1 Apr 1746, ∆ 82
BENTON
  • Thomas BENTON, d. 2 Nov 1815, ∆ 77
  • Ann BENTON, w. of Thomas, d. 14 Jun 1803, ∆ 60
  • William BENTON, son of Thomas, d. 22 Nov 1773, ∆ 2
  • Theodore BENTON, son of Thomas, d. 11 Nov 1773, ∆ 4
  • Eliza BENTON, dau. of Elisha, d. 14 Oct 1814, ∆ 19

BURR
    Clarina BURR, d. 24 Nov 1795, ∆ 24

BIRGE
  • Pelatiah BIRGE, d. 29 Nov 1814, ∆ 86
  • Mary BIRGE, d. 25 Nov 1815, ∆ 79

CHAPMAN
  • Simon CHAPMAN, d. 12 Oct 1749, ∆ 79
  • Sarah CHAPMAN, d. 21 May 1735, ∆ 60, w. of Simon
  • Simon CHAPMAN, d. 22 Apr 1737, ∆ 36, son of Simon
  • Mary CHAPMAN, d. 3 Sep 1729, ∆ 28, wife of Simon
  • Simon CHAPMAN, d. 3 Jan 1726, ∆ 1 month, son of Simon

COOK
  • Dea. John COOK, d. 25 May 1751, ∆ 59
  • Dea. William COOK, d. 28 Feb 1780, ∆ 85
  • Deborah COOK, d. 25 Aug 1775, ∆ 30, w. of John

CHAFFEE
  • Dr. Hezekiah CHAFFEE, d. 4 Mar 1819, ∆ 88
  • Lydia CHAFFEE, d. 1 Oct 1801, ∆ 79, w. of Dr. Hezekiah

DRAKE
  • Job DRAKE< d. 16 Apr 1657
  • Job DRAKE, d. 9 Dec 1789, ∆ 85
  • Martha DRAKE, d. 25 Jul 1765, ∆ 34, w. of Job
  • Martha DRAKE, d. 22 Mar 1768, ∆ 63, w. of Job
  • Dea. Nathanial DRAKE, d. 23 May 1769, ∆ 84
  • Rebechah DRAKE, d. 22 May 1768, ∆ 81, w. of Dea. Nathaniel
  • Lemuel DRAKE, d. 15 Apr 1780, ∆ 57
  • David DRAKE, d. 28 Mar 1822, ∆ 65
  • Joseph DRAKE, d. 24 Sep 1809, ∆ 37
  • Augustin DRAKE, d. 6 May 1777, ∆ 53
  • Mary DRAKE, w. of Augustin, d. 22 Jan 1816, ∆ 73
  • Lucy DRAKE, d. 24 Jun 1840, ∆ 64
  • Samuel DRAKE, d. 18 Oct 1798, ∆ 86
  • Anne DRAKE, w. of Samuel, d. 9 Dec 1799, ∆ 68
  • Esther DRAKE, w. of Lemuel, d. 10 Sep 1818, ∆ 54

DENSLOW
  • Mary DENSLOW, w. of Samuel, d. 25 Feb 1729, ∆ 27
  • Lois DENSLOW, d. 13 Dec 1813, ∆ 61
  • Carlos DENSLOW, d. 15 Feb 1826, ∆ 39
  • Violette DENSLOW, dau. of Elijah, d. 26 May 1786, ∆ 20

DEXTER
  • Seth DEXTER, d. 1 Aug 1797, ∆ 54
  • Deborah DEXTER, w. of Seth, d. 14 Feb 1830, ∆ 87

DAVIS
  • William DAVIS, d. 6 Jun 1776, ∆ 33

ELLIOT
  • John ELLIOT, d. 25 Mar 1719, ∆ 52

ELY
  • Daniel ELY,d. 22 Aug 1832, ∆ 81
  • Mary ELY, w. of Daniel, d. 15 Feb 1814, ∆ 65

ELLSWORTH
  • Sgt. Josiah ELLSWORTH, d. 20 Aug 1689, ∆ 60
  • Sarah ELLSWORTH, w. of Lt. Jonathan, d. 9 Nov 1755, ∆ 82
  • Giles ELLSWORTH, d. 20 Mar 1768, ∆ 65
  • Hannah ELLSWORTH, w. of Giles, d. 29 Dec 1756, ∆ 51
  • Keriah ELLSWORTH, w. of Giles, d. 26 Jun 1762, ∆ 26
  • Lt. Jonathan ELLSWORTH, d. 13 Sep 1749, ∆ 81
  • Capt. David ELLSWORTH, d. 5 Mar 1782, ∆ 73
  • Lt. Reuben ELLSWORTH, d. 4 Jul 1785, ∆ 49
  • Elizabeth ELLSWORTH, w. of Reuben, d. 23 Sep 1798, ∆ 57
  • Jonathan ELLSWORTH, d. 12 Apr 1776, ∆ 60
  • Giles ELLSWORTH, d. 20 Jul 1796, ∆ 65
  • Hannah ELLSWORTH, w. of Giles, d. 18 Mar 1777, ∆ 42
  • Giles ELLSWORTH, d. 17 Jul 1775, ∆ 17, killed by lightning
  • Gilbert ELLSWORTH, d. 28 Oct 1791, ∆ 30
  • Jonathan ELLSWORTH, d. 6 Oct 1806, ∆ 62
  • Roger ELLSWORTH, d. 13 May 1801, ∆ 51
  • Grove ELLSWORTH, d. 10 Mar 1805, ∆ 41
  • Hon. Oliver ELLSWORTH, L.L. D., d. 26 Nov 1807, ∆ 63, "In Memory of Oliver ELLSWORTH, L.L. D. an assistant in the Council & a Judge of the Superior Court of the State of Connecticut. A member of the Convention which formed and of the State Convention which adopted the Constitution of the United State. Senator and Chief Justice of the U.S., one of the Envoys Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary who made the Convention of 1800, between the U.S. and the French Republic. Amiable and exemplary in all the relations of Domestic, social & christian character, permanetly useful in all the Offices he sustained, whose great talents, under the guidance of inflexible integrity, consumate wisdom and enlightened zeal placed him among the first of the illustrious Statesmen who achevied the Independance and established the American Republic. Born at Windsor, April 29, 1745 and died Novr. 26, 1807"
  • Oliver ELLSWORTH Jr., d. 4 Jul 1805, ∆ 24
  • Lucy ELLSWORTH, wife of Roger, d. 5 Nov 1828, ∆ 73
  • Abigail ELLSWORTH, w. of Jonathan, d. 25 Jan 1801, ∆ 79
  • Abigail ELLSWORTH, w. of Judge Oliver, d. 4 Aug 1818, ∆ 62
  • Mary ELLSWORTH, d. 24 Mar 1802, ∆ 24
  • David ELLSWORTH, d. 4 Jan 1821, ∆ 78
  • Jerusha ELLSWORTH, d. 8 Mar 1804, ∆ 60

EGGLESTONE
  • Jedediah EGGLESTONE, d. 15 Jul 1766, ∆ 69
  • Elijah, EGGLESTONE, d. 26 Sep 1800, ∆ 29

ENO
  • Samuel ENO, d. 17 Aug 1778, ∆ 83
  • Eunice ENO, d. 7 May 1792, ∆ 84
  • Eunice ENO, d. 23 Mar 1737, ∆ 9 days, dau. of Samuel ENO
  • Samuel ENO, d. 27 Feb 1782, ∆ 4, son of Samuel ENO Jr
  • James ENO, d. 11 Jul 1682 "who came from England and settled in Windsor 1646"
  • Mrs. James ENO, d. Mar 1728
  • James ENO Jr., d. 16 Jul 1714, "and was buried in Symsbury Old Burying Ground"
  • Mrs. James ENO Jr., d. March 1728
  • Lt. Daniel ENO, d. 9 Dec 1797, ∆ 56

FARNSWORTH
  • Mary FARNSWORTH, d. 26 Dec 1678, ∆ 9 days

FILER
  • Ensign Stephen FILER, d. 21 Feb 1760, ∆ 72
  • Samuel FILER, d. 20 Jul 1797, ∆ 82
  • Ann FILER, w. of Samuel, d. 1 Dec 1784, ∆ 61
  • Amy FILER, dau. of Samuel, d. 11 Apr 1794, ∆ 48.

FILLEY
  • John FILLEY, d. 26 Jun1737, ∆ 28
  • Ede FILLEY, w. of Amos, d. 2 May 1787, ∆ 71
  • Amos FILLEY, d. 7 Sep 1794, ∆ 83
  • Naomi FILLEY, d. 9 Jan 1795, ∆ 39
  • Ann FILLEY, d. 15 Feb 1825, ∆ 84
  • John FILLEY, d. 24 Jun 1809, ∆ 73
  • Rebechah FILLEY, w. of John, d. 6 Dec 1740, ∆ 25
  • Martha FILLEY, dau. of Obadiah, d. 9 Jul 1794, ∆ 22

FOOT
  • Josiah FOOT, d. 17 Feb 1798, ∆ 85
  • Sarah FOOT, w. of Josiah, d. 19 Dec 1799, ∆ 81

FITCH
  • Ebenezer FITCH, d. 20 Sep 1724, ∆ 41
  • Capt. James FITCH, d. 8 Nov 1815, ∆ 77
  • Anna FITCH, w. of Capt. James, d. 2 Feb 1821, ∆ 91

FOX
  • Henry H. FOX, son of Francis, d. 30 Sep 1834, ∆ 19
  • Sophia FOX, dau. of Francis, d. 4 Aug 1841, ∆ 28

GAYLER
  • Man [?] GAYLER, w. of Walter, d.29 Jun 1657

GAYLORD
  • Lt. Nathaniel GAYLORD, d. 26 Mar 1720, ∆ 64
  • Lt. Nathaniel GAYLORD, d. 28 Dec 1762, ∆ 82
  • Elizabeth GAYLORD, w. of Lt. Matthew, d. 26 Jul 1762, ∆ 80
  • Joseph GAYLORD, d. 22 Mar 1777, ∆ 86
  • Ensign Eliakim GAYLORD, d. 10 Nov 1796, ∆ 78
  • Elizabeth GAYLORD, d. 3 Sep 1776, ∆ 65
  • Eleazer GAYLORD, d. 17 Sep 1817, ∆ 64
  • Ithamar GAYLORD, d. 10 Oct 1821, ∆ 63
  • John GAYLORD, d. 22 Jun 1826, ∆ 83
  • Mary GAYLORD, w. of John, d. 1 Apr 1821, ∆ 68

GIBBS
  • Katharine GIBBS, d. 24 Oct 1660

GILLETT
  • Daniel GILLETT, d. 15 Aug 1753, ∆ 75
  • Mary GILLETT, w. of Daniel, d. 11 Dec 1773, ∆ 91
  • Amy GILLETT, w. of Daniel, d. 27 Oct 1781, ∆ 38
  • Daniel GILLETT, son of Daniel, d. 25 Apr 1743, ∆ 15
  • Shubal GILLETT, son of Daniel, d. 14 Jul 1744, ∆ 13
  • John GILLETT, d. 25 Jan 1800, ∆ 94
  • Elizabeth GILLETT, w. of John, d. 5 Jan 1803, ∆ 94
  • Daniel GILLETT, d. 12 Nov 1769, ∆ 66
  • Amy GILLETT, w. of Daniel, d. 11 Dec 1795, ∆ 88
  • Cynthia GILLETT, d. 19 Apr 1813, ∆ 15

GRISWOLD
  • Samuel GRISWOLD, son of George, d. 1682, , ∆ 7 months
  • Abigail GRISWOLD, dau. of George, d. 7 may 1682, ∆ 5

GRANTT
  • Mary GRANTT, wife of J. G. d. 2 Jan 1718/19, ∆ abt. 37 yrs

HUIT
  • Ephraim HUIT, d. 4 Sep 1644; "Heere Lyeth Ephraim Huit, sometimes teacher to ye church of Windsor who died September 4, 1644; Who When hee Lived We drew ovr vitall Breath. / Who When hee Died his dying was our death. / Who was ye Stay of State ye Churches Staff / Alas the times Forbid an Epitaph." [Note: The Rev. Ephraim HUIT was settled in Windsor in 1639, as the colleague of the Rev. Mr. WARHAM, and died in 1644. Cotton Mather mentions him among the ministers that left the mother country after having entered the sacred office. His will is recorded in the office of the Secretary of State, of Connecticut, by which it appears that he left four daughters - Susanna, Mercy, Lydia, & Mary, to whom, with his widow, he left a handsome estate, real and personal. He had one son who died before his father.]

HAYDEN
  • Lt. Daniel HAYDEN d. 22 Mar 1713, ∆ 74
  • Hannah HAYDEN, w. of Lt. Daniel, d. 19 Apr 1722
  • William HAYDEN, son of Daniel, d. 11 Jun 1675, ∆ 2
  • Mary HAYDEN, dau. of Daniel, d. 31 Oct 1708, ∆ 22
  • Dea. Nathl. HAYDEN, d. 4 Nov 1803, ∆ 94
  • Naomi HAYDEN, w. of Dea. Nathaniel, d. 7 Aprl 1803, ∆ 87
  • Naomi HAYDEN, dau. Ensign Nathaniel, d. 14 Aug 1753, ∆ 10 months
  • Capt. Nathaniel HAYDEN, d. 17 May 1795, ∆ 57
  • Ann HAYDEN, w. of Capt. Nathaniel, d. 16 Jan 1776, ∆ 35
  • Levi HAYDEN, d. 24 Aug 1821, ∆ 74
  • Margaret HAYDEN, w. of Levi, d. 12 May 1812, ∆ 62
  • Ellen HAYDEN, dau. of Levi, d. 2 Feb 1780, ∆ 4
  • William HAYDEN, son of Levi, d. 17 Apr 1790, ∆ 2
  • Isaac HAYDEN, d. 20 Sep 1777, ∆ 72
  • Hannah HAYDEN, w. of Isaac, d. 27 Aug 1750
  • Eunice HAYDEN, w. of Isaac, d. 27 Nov 1804, ∆ 98
  • Mariam HAYDEN, d. 24 Mar 1834, ∆ 87
  • Isaac HAYDEN d. 23 Jan 1741/2, ∆ 2 months
  • Ezra HAYDEN, d. 23 Jan 1742/3, ∆ 1 month
  • Lucy HAYDEN, d. 10 mar 1748, ∆ 8
  • Ebenezer HAYDEN, d. 20 Feb 1788, ∆ 78
  • Mary HAYDEN, w. of Ebenezer, d. 20 Nov 1750, ∆ 34
  • Ebenezer HAYDEN, son of Ebenezer, d. 6 May 1746, ∆ 6
  • Ebenezer HAYDEN, son of Ebenezer, d. 1753, ∆ 6
  • Eli HAYDEN, d. 2 Sep 1753, ∆ 2 months
  • Elizabeth HAYDEN, wife of Daniel, d. 2 Sep 1772, ∆ 38
  • Elizabeth HAYDEN, wife of Daniel, d. 2 Sep 1772, ∆ 35
  • Thomas HAYDEN, d. 28 Nov 1817, ∆ 72

HOOKER
  • James HOOKER, d. 10 Dec 1805, ∆ 63
  • Hannah HOOKER< d. 19 Apr 1765, ∆ 22, wife of James & dau. of Alexr. ALLEN

HUTCHINS
  • Mary HUTCHINS, d. 10 Apr 1796, ∆ 63, w. of John

The following are listed under HUTCHINS, but seem out of place:
  • Algernon Sidney Wm. Hayes , d. 31 May 1777, ∆ 3 [5?], son of Hugh of N.Y.
  • Lucy Hinsdale, d. 21 Mar 1772, ∆ 5 months, dau. of Rev. Theo.

HASKELL
  • Jabez HASKELL, d. 4 Sep 1816, ∆ 70
  • Elizabeth HASKELL, w. of Jabez, d. 8 Jul 1833, ∆ 85

HILLS
  • Capt. Stephen HILLS, d. 21 Jan 1823, ∆ 71
  • Mabel HILLS, w. of Capt. Stephen, d. 27 Dec 1821, ∆ 71[74?]

HOSFORD
    Timothy HOSFORD, d. 15 Sep 1791, ∆ 81

LOMAS
  • Deacon John LOMAS, d. 1 Sep 1688, ∆ 66
  • Timothy LOMAS, d. 12 Aug 1740, ∆ 50
  • Ichabod LOMAS, d. 21 Feb 1776, ∆ 84
  • Timothy LOMAS, d. 19 Dec 1786, ∆ 63
  • Sarah LOMAS, w. of Ens. Timothy, d. 5 May 1760, ∆ 32
  • Hannah LOMAS, dau. of Timothy, d. 16 Apr 1742, ∆ 14
  • Timothy LOMAS, d. 16 Apr 1742, ∆ 14
  • Elijah LOMAS, d. 17 Oct 1753, ∆ 25
  • Uriah LOMAS, d. 2 Jan 1788, ∆ 85
  • Chauncy LOMAS, son of Uriah, d. 24 Sep 1776, ∆ 2
  • Uriah LOMAS, d. 28 May 1787, ∆ 50
  • Odiah LOMAS, d. 15 Feb 1794, ∆ 89
  • Deacon Nathl. LOMAS, d. 14 Jan 1784, ∆ 66
  • Triphena LOMAS, dau. of Capt. Nathaniel, d. 4 Jul 1765, ∆ 12
  • Jane LOMAS, w. of Odiah, d. 23 Jan 1805, ∆ 89
  • Oziah LOMAS, d. 11 Feb 1796, ∆ 51
  • Sarah LOMAS, wife of Oziah, d. 11 Aug 1820, ∆ 73

MATHER
  • Rev. Samuel MATHER, d. 18 Mar 1727/8, ∆ 77, "Here lyeth buryed ye Revd Mr Samll MATHER, Pastor of ye Church of Christ in Windsor, who dyed March ye 18th Anno Domini 1727/8. , ∆tatis Sui 77." Notes on Rev. Samuel MATHER
  • Hannah MATHER, w. of Rev. Samuel, d. 8 Mar 1707/8, ∆ 47, "Here lyeth buryed Mrs. Hannah MATHER, Consort of ye Revd. Mr. Saml MATHER, who dyed March 8th Anno Domini 1707-8. , ∆ 47 -- Dulee Par."
  • Dr. Samuel MATHER, d. 6 Feb 1745/6, ∆ 68
  • Abigail MATHER, w. of Dr. Samuel, d. 1 Sep 1722, ∆ 43
  • Joseph MATHER, son of Dr. Samuel, d. 27 Dec 1732, ∆ 14
  • Charles MATHER, son of Dr. Samuel, d. 9 Jul 1736, ∆ 17
  • Hannah MATHER, dau. of Dr. Samuel, d. 18 Mar 1761, ∆ 34
  • Hannah MATHER, w. of Dr. Samuel, d. 23 Mar 1758, ∆ 64
  • Joseph MATHER d. 11 Mar 1713, ∆ 78
  • William MATHER, d. 1 Jan 1800, ∆ 38
  • Samuel MATHER, son of Azariah, d. 8 Oct 1785, ∆ 8
  • Mary MATHER, w. of Elijah, d. 18 May 1790, ∆ 46
  • Elijah MATHER, d. 11 Dec 1796, ∆ 53
  • Jemima MATHER, w. of Oliver, d. 9 Sep 1803, ∆ 50
  • Oliver MATHER, d. 27 Aug 1829, ∆ 81
  • Elizabeth MATHER, w. of Nathaniel, d. 7 May 1791, ∆ 68
  • Ellsworth MATHER, d. 23 Dec 1814, ∆ 41
  • Robert Treat MATHER, d. 14 Mar 1825, ∆ 40
  • Timothy MATHER, d. 5 Apr 1752, ∆ 12
  • Dr. Timothy MATHER, d. 5 Apr 1788, ∆ 34
  • Timothy MATHER, son of Dr. Timothy, d. 3 Jul 1793, ∆ 6
  • Nathaniel MATHER, d. 31 Aug 1770, ∆ 54
  • Roxany MATHER, dau. of Nathaniel, d. Dec 1781, ∆ 17
  • Sarah MATHER, w. of Elakim, d. 28 Jul 1786, ∆ 50
  • Lucy MATHER, d. 1 Jan 1771, ∆ 43
  • Elizabeth MATHER, dau. of Nathaniel, d. 4 Nov 1745, ∆ 1 month
  • Deborah MATHER, w. of Joseph, d. 26 May 1789, ∆ 48
  • Eliakim MATHER, son of Joseph, d. 10 Mar 1794, ∆ 3
  • Cotton MATHER, d. 26 Nov 1791, ∆ 46
  • Ruth MATHER, dau. of Cotton, d. 6 Dec 1791, ∆ 7
  • James MATHER, son of Cotton, d. ____, , ∆ 1
  • Rebeckah MATHER, w. of Allyn, d. 31 Aug 1805, ∆ 30
  • Elijah MATHER, d. 27 Sep 1798, ∆ 30
  • Martha MATHER, dau. of Azariah, d. 16 Nov 1735, ∆ 75
  • Elizabeth MATHER, d. 29 Sep 1828, ∆ 68
  • Elakim MATHER, d. 11 [14?] Jun 1816, ∆ 84
  • Clarina MATHER, d. 3 Apr 1811, ∆ 53

MARSH
  • Rev. Jonathan MARSH, d. 8 Sep 1747, ∆ 63, "Here lies interd the body of Revd. Mr. Jonathan MARSH a faithful and successful Pastor of the first church of Windsor, who died Sept ye 8, 1747 in the 39th year of his Ministry. , ∆tatis Sui 63 Sic Transit Gloria Mundi." [Mr. MARSH was ordained Colleague Pastor with Rev. Mr. MATHER in 1709, and, it is supposed was born in Hadley, Massachusetts, as at the annual meetings of the Society, an individual was appointed "as Guard to attend the Revd. Mr MARSH to Hadley."]
  • Margaret MARSH, d. 8 Dec 1747, ∆ 58
  • John MARSH, d. 28 Sep 1688, ∆ 70
  • Sarah MARSH, d. 5 Jan 1801, ∆ 82

McMORAN
  • John McMORAN, son of John, d. 17 Jul 1730, ∆ 1

MUNSELL
  • Alpheus MUNSELL, d. 1 Dec 1807, ∆ 58

MILLS
  • Samuel MILLS, son of Pelatiah, d. 22 Nov 1731, ∆ 5

MOORE
  • Capt. Thomas MOORE, d. 22 Jan 1735, ∆ 68
  • Thomas MOORE, d. 21 Nov 1755, ∆ 37
  • Thomas MOORE, son of Thomas, d. 15 May 1756, ∆ 3
  • Abiah MOORE, d. 30 Aug 1747, ∆ 41
  • Hannah MOORE, w. of Thomas, d. 31 Oct 1805, ∆ 85
  • Minerva C. MOORE, dau. of Edward, d. 13 Jul 1829, ∆ 20
  • Deacon Edward MOORE, d. 25 Nov 1798, ∆ 89
  • Ruth MOORE, w. of Dea Edward, d. 10 Nov 1814, ∆ 87
  • Roger MOORE, d. 28 Feb 1809, ∆ 94
  • Edward MOORE Jr., d. 5 May 1788, ∆ 37
  • Elizabeth MOORE, w. of Edward, d. 6 Oct 1766, ∆ 51
  • Theolphilus MOORE, d. 3 Aug 1794, ∆ 53
  • Huldah MOORE, w. of Theolphilus, d. 21 May 1790, ∆ 52
  • Elizabeth MOORE, w. of Joseph, d. 11 May 1790, ∆ 78
  • Joseph MOORE, d. 4 May 1790, ∆ 78
  • Elisha MOORE, d. 6 Mar 1819, ∆ 80
  • Abiah MOORE, dau. of Thomas, d. 20 Nov 1788, ∆ 41

MILLER
  • Reuben MILLER, d. 22 May 1772, ∆ 45, son of Eben. of Wallingford
  • Esther MILLER, d. 8 Aug 1769, ∆ 40, w. of Reuben
  • Elizabeth MILLER, d. 28 Jun 1765, ∆ 34, and 6 children

MARSHALL
  • Deacon Thomas MARSHALL, d. 2 Dec 1728, ∆ 62
  • Elder Eliakim MARSHALL, d. 16 Jun 1791, ∆ 73
  • Amos MARSHALL, d. 10 Sep 1791, ∆ 30

' MANSFIELD
  • John MANSFIELD, son of John, d. 10 Jan 1690, ∆ 6

McLEAN
  • Esther McLEAN, w. of Hector, d. 14 Apr 1790, ∆ 25

NEWBURY
  • Capt. Roger NEWBURY, d. 6 May 1741, ∆ 35, "Capt. Roger NEWBURY who died in the King's service in the Spanish Westenges May the 6th 1741, aged in the 35th year";
  • Hon. Roger NEWBURY, d. 13 Feb 1814, ∆ 79; " Hon. Roger NEWBURY Esq., was born June 30, 1735, and after having sustained with honor to himself and advantage to the public many of the most important offices in the gift of the State died the 13th Feb 1814. Respected, honored and esteemed in life, in death he was an example of resignation in the merits of his Redeemer."
  • Emma NEWBURY, w. of Hon. Roger, d. 23 Aug 1813, ∆ 72
  • Hannah NEWBURY, w. of Hon. Roger, d. 23 Feb 1760, ∆ 34
  • Emma NEWBURY, dau. of Hon. Roger, d. 29 May 1798, ∆ 19
  • Pericles NEWBURY, son of Hon. Roger, d. 7 Nov 1791, ∆ 24

OWEN
  • John OWEN, d. 1 Feb 1698, ∆ 76

OSBORN
  • Laura OSBORN, w. of John, d. 17 Nov 1814, ∆ 31

PHELPS
  • Capt. Abraham PHELPS, d. 28 Jan 1728, ∆ 85
  • Mary PHELPS, w. of Capt. Abraham, d. 2 Jul 1725, ∆ 81
  • Lt. Abraham PHELPS, d. Aug 1732, ∆ 67
  • Ensign Ebenezer PHELPS, d. 22 Sep 1756, ∆ 52
  • Lt. Daniel PHELPS, d. 7 Sep 1777, ∆ 82
  • Mindwell PHELPS, w. of Lt. Daniel, d. 21 Aug 1675[sic], ∆ 75
  • Capt. Caleb PHELPS, d. 5 Jul 1781, ∆ 73
  • Mary PHELPS, w. of Capt. Caleb, d. 20 Apr 1747, ∆ 39
  • Mary PHELPS, d. 1 Apr 1808, ∆ 91
  • Bildad PHELPS, d. 12 Mar 1814, ∆ 69
  • Eunice PHELPS, w. of Bildad, d. 6 Nov 1817, ∆ 75
  • Roger PHELPS, d. 27 Jan 1811, ∆ 76
  • Deborah PHELPS, w. of Roger, d. 31 Aug 1792, ∆ 49
  • Daniel PHELPS, d. 16 Feb 1807, ∆ 77
  • Hannah PHELPS, w. of Daniel, d. 31 May 1804, ∆ 61

PALMER
  • Capt. John PALMER, d. 11 Apr 1794, ∆ 97
  • Deborah PALMER, w. of Capt. John, d. 29 Jan 1797, ∆ 92
  • Jehiel PALMER, son of Capt. John, d. 22 Oct 1756, ∆ 26
  • Eli PALMER, son of Capt. John, d. 29 Sep 1756, ∆ 23
  • Ezekiel PALMER, son of Capt. John, d. 10 Dec 1756, ∆ 19
  • Jonathan PALMER, son of Capt. John, d. 22 Apr 1810, ∆ 70
  • Hannah PALMER, w. of Jonathan, d. 1 May 1796, ∆ 67

ROWLAND
  • Rev. David ROWLAND, d. 19 Jan 1794, ∆ 75, " Rev. David S. Rowland, O.B., 13 Jan 1794, ∆ 75, Minister 47 -- His dedp knowldege of the Scripturs and the humble fervor which he preached the Oracles of God were manifested in the consciences of all who heard him. A natural sweetness of temper, improved by a pure christian affection, made him dear to the people of God, and to a numerous surviving family. They that turn many to Righteousness shall shine as the stars forever."
  • Mary ROWLAND, w. of Rev. David, d. 9 Jul 1807, ∆ 74
  • Rev. Henry A. ROWLAND, d. 28 Nov 1835, ∆ 72, "Rev. Henry A. Rowland, born at Providence, R.I., 13 Jan 1764 -- Grad. at Dartmouth Coll. -- was ordained over the first Church and Society in this town 5 May 1790 -- d. 28 Nov 1835, aged 72, and for 46 years Pastor of the Church."
ROBERTS
  • Peter ROBERTS, d. 26 May 1752, ∆ 72
  • John ROBERTS, d. 11 Dec 1771, ∆ 62
  • Margaret ROBERTS, w. of Rev. ROBERT & dau. of Rev. John MARSH, d. 1 Oct 1747, ∆ 30

STRONG
  • Samuel STRONG, d. 15 Jan ___, ∆ 66
  • Martha STRONG, w. of Samuel, d. 5 Dec 1770, ∆ 93
  • Sarah STRONG, w. of Return, d. 26 Dec 1678, ∆ 37
  • Lt. Return STRONG, d. 8 Nov 1776, ∆ 64
  • John Wareham, d. 25 Sep 1752, ∆ 46
  • Ellen STRONG, dau. of Return, d. 12 May 1756, ∆ 6 weeks

STOUGHTON
  • John STOUGHTON, d. 23 Apr 1746, ∆ 63
  • Israel STOUGHTON, d. 1 Jan 1795, ∆ 79
  • Hannah STOUGHTON, d. 2 Sep 1793, ∆ 75
  • Ruth STOUGHTON, w. of Elisha, d. 4 May 1776

STYLES
  • Sergt. John STYLES, d. 12 Nov 1728, ∆ 45
  • Lt. Samuel STYLES, d. 17 Feb 1792, ∆ 86
  • Mary STYLES, w. of Lt. Samuel, d. 6 Oct 1799, ∆ 95
  • Mary STYLES, d. 18 Apr 1817, ∆ 84
  • Margaret STYLES, d. 28 Oct 1822, ∆ 79
  • Abigail STYLES, d. 23 Jul 1817, ∆ 66

SAUNDERS
    Daniel SAUNDERS, d. 22 Dec 1675, ∆ 11 days, son of Christ'r

SHELDON
    Sarah SHELDON, d. 7 Nov 1761, ∆ 35, w. of Remembrance

SMITH
    Rebecca SMITH, d. 17 may 1789, ∆ 80

THRALL
  • David THRALL, d. 7 Dec 1722, ∆ 72
  • Capt. Timo. THRALL, d. 31 Jan 1723/4, ∆ 61
  • Sarah THRALL, w. of Capt. Timothy, d. 28 Dec 1740, ∆ 72
  • David THRALL, d. 22 Mar 1772, ∆ 62
  • Jane THRALL, w. of David, d. 9 Feb 1789, ∆ 67
  • Mary THRALL, drowned 13 Aug 1768, ∆ 21
  • Elizabeth THRALL, drowned 13 Aug 1768, ∆ 17
  • Timothy THRALL, d. 6 Feb 1756, ∆ 43
  • Mary THRALL, w. of Timothy, d. 7 Apr 1796, ∆ 81
  • Lt. William THRALL, d. 23 Oct 1738, ∆ 38

WOLCOTT
  • Henry WOLCOTT, d. 30 May 1655, ∆ 77, "Here under lyeth the body of Henry Wolcot sometimes a Maiestrate of ths Jvrisdiction who died ye 30th day of May Anno sulutis 1655 , ∆tatis 73" Notes for Henry WOLCOTT
  • Elizabeth WOLCOTT, w. of Henry, d. 17 Jul 1755, ∆ 73, "Here under lyeth the body of Elizabeth Wolcot who died ye 17 day of July Anno sulutis 1655, ∆tatis 73."
  • B -- W--, d. 2 Sep 1680, "B. W. / Died Sept 2, 1680 / what once was writ / by one upon this Stone / he hears is now washt out / and lost and gone. / Twas writ hopin in / time he might finde / not on this Stone, but / one the readers mind."
  • Henry WOLCOTT 3rd, d. 15 Feb 1709/10, ∆ 67
  • Anah WOLCOTT, wf. of Henry, d. 18 Jun 1717, ∆ 72
  • Henry WOLCOTT 4th, d. 5 Aug 1697, ∆ 24
  • Capt. Saml. WOLCOTT, d. 25 Jun 1709, ∆ 30
  • Gov. Roger WOLCOTT, d. 17 May 1767, ∆ 89, "Here lyeth the body of the Hon. Roger Wolcott, who for several years was Governor of the Colony of Connecticut and died May 17 Anno ∆tatis 89 salutis 1767. Earth's highest station ends in here he lies / And dust to dust concludes her noblest song."
  • Dr. Alexander WOLCOTT, d. 25 Mar 1795, ∆ 93
  • Dr. William WOLCOTT, son of Wm. of East Windsor, d. 22 Sep 1825, ∆ 72
  • Eunice WOLCOTT, dau. of Wm. of East Windsor, d. 24 Nov 1826, ∆ 76

WILSON
  • Deacon John WILSON, d. 10 Aug 1774, ∆ 89
  • Mary WILSON, w. of Deacon John, c. 11 Feb 1772, ∆ 83
  • Phineas WILSON, d. 21 Sep 1814, ∆ 86
  • Deacon Phineas WILSON, d. 12 Jul 1808, ∆ 55
  • Susannah, w. of Deacon Phineas, d. 20 Feb 1814, ∆ 63
  • Ruth WILSON, w. of Eli, d. 1 Feb 1816, ∆ 60

WILLIAMS
  • Nancy WILLIAMS, w. fo John, d. 17 Apr 1681, ∆ 65

WHITING
  • Jerusha WHITING, w. of Col. John, d. 21 Oct 1776, ∆ 75

WADSWORTH
  • Col. Jos. WADSWORTH, d. 2 Feb 1750, ∆ 37


Notes for Rev. Samuel MATHER: [The Rev. Samuel MATHER was the son of Timothy MATHER Esq. & grandson of the Rev. Richard MATHER of Dorchester. He was graduated at Harvard College, 1671, and went from Branford to Windsor 1681, where he united the two societies which for 13 years previously had been under the pastoral charge of Messrs. WOODBRIDGE & CHAUNCEY, the successors to Mr. WARHAM.

The following is the society vote: "Windsor, March 1681, Voated Unamimously, none contradicting, that Mr. Samuel MATHER of Brandford, should be sought unto and endeavours speedily made to procure, if God shall succeed -- also Voated, to tender him for his salary £100 per year." In July following, "At a Town meeting it was Voated, That we have the Town house finihsed, & made suitable for the entertainment of Mr. Samuel MATHER, if God in his providence send him among us." "It was also voated at the same time, That we give Mr Samuel MATHER £100 as settlement among us in the work of Christ, to assist him and the use of the house and land belonging to it."

Mr. MATHER married Hannah, the daughter of Robert TREAT, of Milford, Govr. of the Colony of Connecticut. He was the father of Dr. Samuel MATHER who died at Windsor Feby 6, 1745, and of Revd. Azariah MATHER, who died at Seabrooke, AD 1737. He published at Boston 1697, a rol. entd. "A dead Faith A__tomised."

Timothy MATHER, M.D., died April 5, 1788, ∆ 34. Inheriting as well the virtures as the talents of his Ancestors, his life was relief to the distressed, and as a last expression of good will to men, he liberally provided for the perpetual preaching of the Gospel of Peace to the first Society in Windsor of which he ws a member - Sacred to his memory they have erected this monument. Return to MATHER inscriptions


Notes for Henry WOLCOTT: Henry Wolcot is recorded in 1640 among the 56 settlers who removed from Dorchester, then to Windsor, Oct. 1635. He was m. at the age of 28 to Elisabeth SAUNDERS, of Tolland, England. He was a magistrate in England and left that country in 163_ and settled at Dorchester, Massachusetts. In 1635, at the age of 57 years, he removed to Windsor, CT, where he d. 30 May 1655, ∆ 77 A tomb stone erected by his son-in-law, Matthew GRISWOLD, (ancestor to Gov. Matthew) is now standing. His children, viz: Anna, Henry, George, Christopher, Mary, Simon, were born in England. Anna m. Matthew GRISWOLD, ancestor of Matthew & Roger GRISWOLD, of Lyme, both Governors of Connecticut. Simon m. Martha PITKIN, sister of Gov. Wm. PITKIN, and had five sons and five daughters. His son Roger was Governor of Connecticut and was the father ofOliver 1st, and grandfather of Oliver 2d, both Governors of Connecticut. His dau. Ursula m. Matthew GRISWOLD, the first Governor of that name in CT, and father of Gov. Roger GRISWOLD. Gov. Roger WOLCOT m. Sarah DRAKE of Windsor. Return to WOLCOTT inscriptions"



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