Descendants of William Stebbins



First Generation


1. William Stebbins 1 was born in 1567 in Black Notley, Essex, Eng 1 2.

William married Mary Unknown (Stebbins) 1. (Mary Unknown (Stebbins) was born in Black Notley, Essex, Eng 1.)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 F    i. Editha Stebbins 3 was born in 1613 in Woodham, Eng 3 and died on 24 Oct 1688 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 4.
+ 3 M    ii. Deacon Edward Stebbins 1 5 6 was born before 24 Feb 1594/95 in Black Notley, Essex, Eng 6 and died before 19 Aug 1668 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 1 6.
   4 F    iii. Amy Stebbins 1 was born before 2 Dec 1596 in Black Notley, Essex, Eng 1.
   5 M    iv. Thomas Stebbins 1 was born before 7 Mar 1599/00 in Black Notley, Essex, Eng 1.
   6 F    v. Margaret Stebbins 1 was born before 18 Mar 1603/04 in Black Notley, Essex, Eng 1.

Second Generation (Children)


2. Editha Stebbins 3 (William1) was born in 1613 in Woodham, Eng 3 and died on 24 Oct 1688 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 4.

Documented events in her life were:

1. Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 20 May 1648; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 8. Executrix of husband's will. Inherited full estate for the bringing up of the children.

2. Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 23 Jan 1657/58; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 9. Received legacy from her second husband, John Maynard, of house & land; made sole Executrix of his will.

Editha married Robert Day 1 10, son of Richard Day and Anna Kirby, about 1636 1. (Robert Day was born in 1604 in Ipswich, co. Suffolk, Eng 1 10 and died before 14 Oct 1648 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 10.)

Documented events in his life were:

1. Emigrant Ancestor; 1634; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA 10 11 12. Sailed on the ELIZABETH of IPSWICH, Mr. William Andrews, Master:-- Robert DAY, 30; Mary [Day] his wife, 28.

2. Oath of Freemanship/Allegiance; 6 May 1735; Massachusetts Bay Colony, MA 13.

3. Lands Recorded; 8 Feb 1635/36; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA 14. The Names of Thofe men who haue houfes in the Towne at this prefent as onely are to be acconted as houfes of the Westend:-- Robert Day - 1

4. Will; 29 May 1648; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 8. *[Copy of the Will and Inventory of Robert Day.--Colony Records, vol. 1. pp. 255, 6. May 20th, 1648. The will of Robert Day hee being sick and weake, yet in perfect memory : doth order and dispose of his estate to his wife and children, in the manner following: Impr'mis I give vnto my beloued wife Edatha Day my now dwelling howse and howsing thereto adjoyning, howse Lott, Allso all my Land whereof I stand possessed, or that of right doth belong vnto mee, lying in Hartford, during the tearme of her naturall life : And at the end of her life, my will is that the said howse and land shall bee deuided in an equall proportion : my will allso is that all my howsehold stuff, and Cattle and other moueable goods shall bee my wiues to bring vp my children : And in case my wife should bee married to another man, then my surviers of my will shall haue power if they thinke good to take security for the bringing vp of the children, and for so much estate as shall bee though meete by them, and to this my last Will and Testament I make my wife my Executrix, and I doe desire my Deare Brethren Mr. Tailecoate, Willerton, and Stebbing, to take care of and Assist my wife in the ordering her selfe and my children, and I give them power to doe what in their Judgements may bee for the best, to bring vp my Children and dispose of them, and that I leaue, for theire good : And to this my will I sett to my hand the day aboue written. EDWARD STEBBING, ROBERT DAY WALLTER GAYLERD.

5. Inventory Taken; 14 Oct 1648; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 8. 142-13-06: 14th October, 1648. An Inventory of the Goods of Robert Day deceased. s. d. In the Chamber. Impr. one Bedstead ; one fether bed, and fether Boulster and flock boulster : 2 pillowes, & bedcase & Curtaines. 07 00 00 Item : 2 blankitts, one red & yellow Couerlitt Item : 1 chest 10s : 1 Box 3s : 1 desck box 3s : 00 16 00 Item : 1 table 5s : 1 Cubberd 5s and Chaiers 00 16 00 Item : 3 paier of sheetes 02 00 00 Item : 6 table napkins 12s : 1 table cloth 5s. 00 17 00 Item : 6 pillow beeres 01 10 00 Item : the wearing Clothes with 3 skinns 05 00 00 Item : in Linnen yearne and Cotton wool yearne 01 10 00 Item : 2 Cushins 6s : 1 paire of Bellowes 3s. 00 09 00 Item : 1 Little Baskitt 12d : 1 warming pann 6s. 00 07 00 In the Hall. Item : 1 Brass Kettle 02 10 00 Item : 1 Little kettle 12s : 1 little brass kettle 00 15 00 Item : 1 brass possnett () 4s : 1 brass pott 16s : 1 Iron 01 14 00 pott 14s. Item : 1 brass Chaffin dish 3s : one skimer 00 05 06 Item : 7 pewter dishes, and some broken pewter : 1 saser : 2 pewter potts : 1 Candlestick : 1 salte : 1 small bottle : 01 10 00 6 ockum () spoons, 2 porringers and 4 old spoones. Item : 1 Lattin () dripping pann : 1 spitt, 1 pistoll : 1 00 10 00 smoothin Iron Item : in earthern ware, and wooden ware 00 10 00 Item : 1 muskitt Bandleers () and sword 01 00 00 Item : 1 table and 2 Chaires 00 05 00 In the sellar, Item : in tubbs and Tables and formes 01 00 00 In ye little chamber : It : one flockbed, 2 blankitts : 1 couerlitt, 1 04 12 00 feather houlster, 2 feather pillowes, 2 bedsteads Item : 3 hogsheads, 2 Linnen wheeles, 1 woolen wheele, 00 19 00 one Barrill. Item : 1 table, 1 wheele, 1 hatchett 00 05 00 Item : in working tooles 01 08 00 Item : 1 Leather Bottle 2s : VId : 1 paire tongs : 00 15 00 fier pann, grid Iron : frying pann, one trammell Item : in Bookes, and Sackes, and Ladders 01 00 00 Item : one Cow : 1 3 yeare ould heifer : one 2 yeare 14 10 00 old heifer, with some hay to winter them Item : 2 hoggs 3. 03 00 00 Item : in seuerall sortes of Corne with some hemp and flax 15 00 00 Item : the dwelling howse and out howsing, howse lott 45 00 00 and Garden. Item : about 6 Akers of meadow, in severall parcells 26 00 00 with vpland ________________ Summa : Totalis 142 : 13 : 06 JOHN TAILECOATE GREGORY WILLTERTON EDWARD STEBBING :


Children from this marriage were:

   7 M    i. John Day 1 3 15 was born in 1645 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 1 3 and died before 29 Apr 1730 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 16.

Documented events in his life were:

1. Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 23 Jan 1657/58; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 9. Received legacy in the will of his step-father, John Maynard. As the youngest son of his mother, was to receive house and lands left to Editha after her death.

2. Will; 16 Nov 1725; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 16. THE WILL OF JOHN DAY (from Day Family web site)
The will is as follows:--
November 16, 1725. In the name of God, Amen. I, John Day of Hartford, being advanced in years and weak in body, not knowing the day of my death, and being willing to set my house in order, I do ordain and make this to be my last will and testament, hereby making void all former wills by me made or declared. Impri. I give my soule to God who I hope hath redeemed it by the precious blood of his Son, Jesus Christ. Item. After my debts and funeral charges are discharged out of my moveable estate, I give to my loving wife two cows, with a third part of the remainder of my moveable estate, as also all my right in the mill, and after her decease, I give it to my son William and his heirs: Item. I give to my son John Day forty shillings to be paid out of my [wearing or weaving.]--I do confirm to my several sons the deeds of gift I have formerly made to them, of my lands to them and their heirs. Item. I give to my son William and to his heirs my three acre lot in the Long meadow. I give to my son Joseph my teame, with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging. Item. All the rest of my moveable estate not before given, I give to my daughters equally to be divided among them, only my daughter Sarah shall have the value of four pounds more than either of her sisters. And I do hereby nominate and appoint my loving wife Sarah to be sole Executrix of this my last Will. It being before omitted, I add, I give to my wife the use of half my house during her widowhood, and half the cellar, the housing to be on the south part.
JOHN DAY.

From Mainwaring Vol 3, p 35: Inventory 820-18-10, taken 29 Apr 1730, by Joseph Barnard, Ozias Goodwin and Samuel Edwards.

3. Inventory Taken; 29 Apr 1730; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 16. 820-18-10

John married Mary Gaylord 17 18, daughter of Walter Gaylord and Mary Stebbins. (Mary Gaylord was born on 19 Mar 1650/51 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 17 18 and died on 1 Feb 1711/12 in Waterbury, New Haven, CT 3.)

Documented events in her life were:

1. VR - Birth; 19 Mar 1650/51; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 17.

2. Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 24 Aug 1663; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 19. Instructed in her grandfather Edward Stebbin's will to "be with her grandmother". Was to share the remainder of the estate after Frances Stebbin's death equally with her cousins Cadwell and John Wilson.

3. Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 12 Nov 1673; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 19. Bequeathed an equal division of her grandmother's wearing apparel in a codicil to the original will. Named as Mary Day. The other women sharing were the wife of John Wilson and Mary Cadwell.

Documented events in their marriage were:

1. VR - Birth of Child; 27 Sep 1702; Colchester, New London Co., CT 20. Joseph son to John Day

2. VR - Birth of Child; 7 Feb 1703/04; Colchester, New London Co., CT 20. Benjamin Day, son to John Day

3. VR - Birth of Child; 10 Sep 1705; Colchester, New London Co., CT 20. Eaditha, daughter to John Day

4. VR - Birth of Child; 9 Mar 1708/09; Colchester, New London Co., CT 20. Daniell, son to John Day

5. VR - Birth of Child; 18 Jul 1710; Colchester, New London Co., CT. David, son to John Day

6. VR - Birth of Child; 17 Mar 1711/12; Colchester, New London Co., CT 20. Abraham, son to John Day

7. VR - Birth of Child; 17 May 1713; Colchester, New London Co., CT 20. Isaac, son to John Day

   8 M    ii. Thomas Day 1 15 was born about 1638 1 and died in 1711 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 1.

Documented events in his life were:

1. Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 23 Jan 1657/58; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 9. Received legacy of 20 Sterling in the will of his step-father, John Maynard, provided he "carry well & dutifully to his Mother".

2. VR - Marriage; 27 Oct 1659; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 21. Married Sarah Cooper

3. VR - Death of Child; 25 Dec 1666; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 22. Day, Mary, d. Thomas & Sarah

4. VR - Birth of Child; 20 Feb 1667/68; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 23. Day, John, son of Thomas & Sarah

5. Oath of Freemanship/Allegiance; 30 Mar 1669; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 24. Thomas Day: admitted to freedome, by the General Cort in October 1668: and sworne March 30th 1669 at Northampton Court.

6. Town Office; Aug 1669; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 24. Thomas Day was Swonrne Constable of Springfield.

7. VR - Death of Child; 6 Aug 1670; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 25. Day, John, son of Thomas

8. VR - Birth of Child; 20 May 1671; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 26. Day, Samuel, son Thomas & Sarah

9. VR - Birth of Child; 10 Sep 1673; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 27. Day, John, 2nd of that name, s. Thomas & Sarah

10. Court Appearance; 8 Feb 1674/75; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 24. "Thomas Day being complained off by the Constable for refusing to goe out Scout with his horse saying that If he must goe he would goe on foote and being snt for, and the Constable affirming it he not denying but owning it, and Justifing himself in it saying he did enough to offer his person.
There being plaine Contempt and the Publike Service and safety neglected in such a perilous day as this is, I fine him 5s to be forthwith Paid to enable the carying on such service as this is and in case of Neglect the Constable to Levy it forthwith in Corne or mony or that which will be equilivent theretoe with all charges: This 5s was Imployed accordingly [marginal notation]"

11. VR - Birth of Child; 18 Feb 1675/76; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 28. Day, Ebenezer, s. Thomas & Sarah

12. VR - Death of Child; 12 Jun 1676; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 29. Day, Ebenezer, s. of Thomas & Sarah

13. VR - Birth of Child; 5 Sep 1677; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 30. Day, Ebenezer, 2nd of that name, s. Thomas & Sarah

14. VR - Birth of Child; 8 Aug 1680; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 31. Jonathan Son of Thomas & Sarah Day was borne Aug 8, 1680

15. Fine; 26 Sep 1682; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 32. Thomas Day was fined 5 and charges by the Hampshire County Court for selling liquor without a license. "this course of Lodging and retailing Liquors without License .. so Contrary to Laws and the good Intent and End of the Law forbidding such practices."

16. VR - Marriage of Child; 28 Jan 1684/85; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 33 34. Tho. Day & Elizabeth Merick Joined in Marriage March 4, 1685

17. Investment; 21 Feb 1684/85; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 35. The Company or Eight owners of this
Pine Sawmil per Contra are Febr 21 1684
Thomas Merick Thomas Day |
James Warriner Saml Ball |
Thomas Stebbins Jos Stebbins| Who are CR
John Burt | By the said Mill
& Henry & Major Pynchon |

[p 238]
JP Disbursed 8 10 04
Tho Merick 6 01 00
Tho Stebbins disbursed 4 17 00
Tho Day 5 10 00
James Warriner 5 10 06
Sam Ball 5 19 06
Jos Stebbins 7 12 06
Burts 6 15 00
More to G Merick for Pond Land 50s 02
& other things Summed up in the
Paper Dec 21 1685 03 12 00
------------- 54 08
This 58 li 8 s Devided into Eight pts for every owner to pay the pt or share or Sum which each owner is to pay of this sum is 6 16s a piece.
Besides this pt each owner hath to pay Gaines 0 17 00
& the 1/8 of the Iron Work is 2 05 00
of this not accoted & Nayls
altering Irons & Raising abut
4 li in all which each 1/8 pt is ros 0 10 00
-----------
10 08 00
The whole Mill stands in about 83 12 00
Each 1/8
Dec 21 1685

18. Lawsuit; 11 Aug 1685; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 24. John Miller sued Thomas Day for impounding his mare which had destroyed an acre of oats. Court found for Thomas 3s 12d

19. Residence; 13 May 1691; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 24. Listed as a Freeman of the town of Springfield, Hampden Co., MA

20. Lawsuit; 12 Sep 1692; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 24. Thomas Day of Springfield Plantiff against Richard Burk late of Springfield Defendant according to Atachment for not paying a debt of about fifteene shillins due ByBil with all due dameages.

21. Will; 29 May 1711; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 8. From the Day Family Genealogy:
Will of Thomas Day son of Robert and Edith Day Thomas b.1637 d. May 29,1711
in Springfield, Mass.

I, Thomas Day of Springfield.in the county of Hamshire within her Majest's
province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England having by God's good hand
of providence unto me attained to old age and having by daily expectation of
my dissolution;yet through God's mercy towards me in ye enjoyment of a
competent measure of health and in perfect memory, have thought good to
make, appoint and constitute this my last will and testament; hereby
abrogating and nulling all other wills and testaments. And first I do give
and bequeath my soul to God my most meciful Father in Jesus Christ, hoping
by ye merit of his Son my Savior that I shall obtain eternal redemption and
forgiveness of my sins for his sake and that my departing soul shall be
received into the arms of his everlasting mercy, being pardoned by the blood
of my most dear Redeemer and Saviour and sanctified by his Holy Spirit to
enjoy everlasting happiness in the kingdom of glory,forevermore. And my body
I do commit to the earth, there to rest til the resurrection at which time I
firmly beleive I shall obtain the resurrection of my dead body and reunion
of my immortal soul and so to live with Christ to all etermity.

And as to that portion of outward estate which God hath been pleased to
bless me withal, I do hereby dispose of in manner following.

1st. I do give unto Sarah my well beloved wife, in case she survive and
outlive me, the improvement of all my whole estate both lands and moveavbles
to be for her comfort and maintainance as long as she shall continue in the
estate of widowhood and bear my name, together also with all the income of
my estate in my son Jonathan's hand, that so she may be comfortably provided
for. And further I do give unto my beloved wife aforesaid one third part of
the moveable estate to be at her own dispose, according as she shall see
convenient.

2dly. I do give unto my son Thomas Day all my woolen wearing clothes after
my decease together with my best hat.

3dly. I do give unto my son Samuel Day my lower lot in the Neck over the
Great River, containg two acres more or less and also one third part of my
land in the piece called Ashquenunseck Neck over the Great River aforesaid:
moreover one forth part of the Meadow called the World's End, the whole
being ten acres.

4thly. I do give to my son John Day my upper lot in ye Neck containing two
acres more or less and one third part of my land in Asquenunseck aforesaid,
the whole being twenty three acres and also one forth part of my land at
the place called the World's End aforesaid.

5thly.I do give unto my son Ebenezer Day three acres and a half of land in
the plain above End Brook, being the whole of my land in that place; and
also four acres of land lying upon the hill lying between the lands of James
Warriner, Jun_ and William Warriner, only provided that if my son Jonathan
Day see cause to pay unto my son Ebenezer Day nine pounds cash within the
spaceof two years after the decease of myself or wife which shall last
happen that then the aboves'd four acres of land on the hill shall be his.
Further, I do give unto my son Ebenezer one third part of my land in
Asquenunseck Neck he having his choice which side of the lot to take the
land, also one fourth part of my land at the World's End Meadow.

6thly. I do give unto my Jonathan Day six acres of land lying on the back
side of my pasture in Garden Brook and one fourth part of my land at ye
World's End, he having his choice which side of the land to take it, and
also all my rights in the Outward Commons.

7thly. I do give unto my three daughters Sarah Burt, Mary Mirick and
Abigail Warriner, that is to say to each daughter particularly the sum of
nine pounds apiece as money to be paid out of the moveables if it hold out
so much and what overplus there may happen to be in the moveables more tham
to pay the daughters their respective portions, to be equally divided among
all my children. It is to be understood that all the improveable lands in
my estate be improved by my son Jonathan according to covenant and agreement
with him so long as either myself or wife shall continue and then the will
to take place. And further what moneys shall happen to be in the house at
my decease, I give unto my well beloved wife for her supply and maintenance,
if God so order that she survive and that my funeral charges and what other
debts may happen, to be paid out of the state. And whereas I have twenty six
acres of land granted to me on the south side of Agawam River, I do give the
same to my two sons Samuel and John Day.

I being very desirous to maintain love and unanimity among my children, if
any of them shall go about to break my will they shall forfeit their
respective portions. And I do hereby order and appoint my well beloved wife
executrix and my two sons John Day and John Mirick executors to this my last
will and testament. And to the confirmation of these present I have hereto
set my hand and seal this 29th day of May, 1711. Thomas Day

   9 F    iii. Sarah Day 1 15 36 was born in 1638 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 1 36 and died on 19 Sep 1677 in Hatfield, Hampden Co., MA 1 15.

Documented events in her life were:

1. Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 23 Jan 1657/58; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 9. Received legacy of 20 in the will of her step-father, John Maynard, to be paid within two years, provided "that they attend the Councel of my wif and the supervisors of this my Will."

   10 F    iv. Mary Day 15 was born about 1641 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 15 and died on 17 Oct 1725 in Hatfield, Hampden Co., MA.

Documented events in her life were:

1. Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 23 Jan 1657/58; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 9. Received legacy of 20 in the will of her step-father, John Maynard, to be paid within two years, provided "that they attend the Councel of my wif and the supervisors of this my Will."

Mary married Thomas Stebbins 37, son of Lieut. Thomas Stebbins and Hannah Wright. (Thomas Stebbins was born on 31 Jul 1648 37.)

Documented events in his life were:

1. VR - Birth; 31 Jul 1648; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 37.

2. Signed Petition; 2 Feb 1668/69; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 38. Signed a petition protesting the imposition by England of customs upon goods being exported into and from Massachusetts Colony.

3. VR - Birth of Child; 29 Dec 1677; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 39. Hannah Stebbin Daughter of Thomas & Abigail Stebbin, borne Dec 29, 1677

4. VR - Birth of Child; 23 Nov 1678; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 40. Thomas & Abigail Stebbein had a child still borne.

5. Oath of Freemanship/Allegiance; 1 Jan 1678/79; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 41.

6. Lawsuit; 23 Sep 1680; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 24. John Pope plantiff against Thomas Stebbings Junior for non payment of Monys due to the sum of Ten shillings 6d with all due damages: The debt was owned to be Nin shillings 6d the wich though John Pope demands it in whate, yet Thomas Stebbins denying ti to be such pay and noe profe being made by Pope that the Pay is to be wheate, but there being other evedences (as on file) to the Contrary: and profe being made by Thomas Stebbins producing Isack Gleson & Josephy Ely: whose Testymony are on file, that Thomas Stebbins caryed and tendered him 2 bushel of Indian Corn: and one bushel and of Ry which amounts to 9s 6d, I Judge Pope shuld have taken said pay and is not to take up, therewith, adn pay Costs of Court Thomas Stebbing bearing his owne tyme: Costs allowed is for 3 witnesses: 3s.

7. VR - Birth of Child; 22 Dec 1680; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 31. Hannah Daughter of Thomas & Abigail Stebbins, junr., borne Dec 22, 1680

8. Investment; 21 Feb 1684/85; Springfield, Hampden Co., MA 35. The Company or Eight owners of this
Pine Sawmil per Contra are Febr 21 1684
Thomas Merick Thomas Day |
James Warriner Saml Ball |
Thomas Stebbins Jos Stebbins| Who are CR
John Burt | By the said Mill
& Henry & Major Pynchon |

[p 238]
JP Disbursed 8 10 04
Tho Merick 6 01 00
Tho Stebbins disbursed 4 17 00
Tho Day 5 10 00
James Warriner 5 10 06
Sam Ball 5 19 06
Jos Stebbins 7 12 06
Burts 6 15 00
More to G Merick for Pond Land 50s 02
& other things Summed up in the
Paper Dec 21 1685 03 12 00
------------- 54 08
This 58 li 8 s Devided into Eight pts for every owner to pay the pt or share or Sum which each owner is to pay of this sum is 6 16s a piece.
Besides this pt each owner hath to pay Gaines 0 17 00
& the 1/8 of the Iron Work is 2 05 00
of this not accoted & Nayls
altering Irons & Raising abut
4 li in all which each 1/8 pt is ros 0 10 00
-----------
10 08 00
The whole Mill stands in about 83 12 00
Each 1/8
Dec 21 1685

3. Deacon Edward Stebbins 1 5 6 (William1) was born before 24 Feb 1594/95 in Black Notley, Essex, Eng 6 and died before 19 Aug 1668 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 1 6.

Documented events in his life were:

1. Jury Duty; Bet 2 Mar 1642/43 and 9 Oct 1661; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 42. Jury, 2 March 1642[/3], 9 November 1643, December 1644, 5 June 1645, 5 March 1645[/6], 19 May 1647, 7 June 1655, 5 May 1658, 5 September 1661, 9 October 1661 [RPCC 18, 23, 24, 30, 34, 39, 46, 145, 188, 238, 240].

2. Emigrant Ancestor; 1632; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA.

3. Lands Recorded - Granted; 7 Jan 1632/33; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA 43. Common Pales devided as ffollo:-- Edward Stebinge 12 Rod

4. Lands Recorded - Granted; 5 Aug 1633; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA 44. Lotts granted for Cowyardes:-- Edward Stebinge 1 Ackr

5. Oath of Freemanship/Allegiance; 14 May 1634; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA 13.

6. Lands Recorded - Granted; 20 Aug 1635; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA 45. ffurrther it is ordered that the fame [all the meaddow ground and undeuided belonging to the Newtowne] fhalbee deuided acordinge to every mans seuerall proporcion herevnder written vntell it bee all difpoffed of viz:-- [ ] Stebing 1

7. Lands Recorded; 5 Oct 1635; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA 46. In the Cambridge land inventory on 5 October 1635 "Edward Stebinge" held seven parcels: "in the town one house and garden with backside about half a rood"; one acre in Cowyard Row; three acres on Small Lot Hill; seven acres and three roods in the Neck of Land; one acre in the Ox Marsh; three acres in the Long Marsh; and nine acres in the Great Marsh [CaBOP 21-22].

8. Lands Recorded; 8 Feb 1635/36; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA 14. The Names of Thofe men who haue houfes in the Towne at this prefent as onely are to be acconted as houfes of the Towne:-- Edward Stebing - 1

9. Lands Recorded - Sold; 2 May 1636; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA 46. On 2 May 1636 "Edward Stebinge of the New Towne" sold to Nicholas Danforth "one dwelling house with garden and backside, about half a rood"; one acre in Cowyard Row; three acres on Small Lot Hill; eight acres in the Neck of Land; three acres in the Long Marsh; and seven acres and a half in Alewife Meadow [CaBOP 38-39] On 2 May 1636 he sold to Nicholas Danforth ("for the use of Edward Collins") six acres in the Great Marsh [CaBOP 39]. On 2 May 1636 he sold to Nicholas Danforth "about four acres and half of land lying in the Neck of Land lately the land of Richard Webb" and "about five acres of land lying in the Great Marsh lately the land of Richard Webb" [CaBOP 39].

10. Lands Recorded - Sold; 25 Sep 1637; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA 46. By 25 September 1637 William Wadsworth had purchased of "Edward Stebine" nine acres of marsh [CaBOP 41].

11. Lands Recorded - Sold; Bef 1639; Cambridge, Suffolk Co., MA 46. By 1639 Thomas Marriot had purchased of "Edward Stebin of Hartford in Connectecote" three roods in "cow lot row" and one acre in the Ox Marsh [CaBOP 52].

12. Town Office; Between 11 Apr 1639 And 2 Oct 1656; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 47. Deputy from Hartford to Connecticut General Court, 11 April 1639, 9 April 1640, 8 February 1640/1, 9 April 1641, 9 September 1641, 9 November 1641, 18 May 1648, 17 May 1649, 13 September 1649, 16 May 1650, 12 September 1650, 15 May 1651, 11 September 1651, 20 May 1652, 28 July 1653, 11 August 1653, 8 September 1653, 14 September 1654, 17 May 1655, 4 October 1655, 15 May 1656, 2 October 1656 [CCCR 1:27, 46, 58, 64, 67, 69, 163, 185, 195, 207, 211, 218, 224, 231, 245, 246, 264, 274, 278, 281, 282].

13. Lands Recorded; Feb 1639/40; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 48. In the Hartford land inventory of February 1639/40 "Edward Stebbin" held twenty-eight parcels (most of which were acquired after the date of the inventory) [HaBOP 103-08]. He also held another six parcels in partnership with four other men [HaBOP 65-66].

14. Town Office; 25 Oct 1644; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 47. Appointed commissioner for Hartford to collect money for "the maintenance of scholars at Cambridge," 25 October 1644 [CCCR 1:112]

15. Jury Duty; 5 Jun 1645; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 49.

16. Town Office; 1 Dec 1645; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 50. 1 Dec 1645; Order of the General Court - p133-4 - that Edward Stebbing is appointed to retain payments for hogs due to Mr. Fenwick for the town of Hartford.

17. Jury Duty; 5 Mar 1645/46; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 51.

18. Jury Duty; 9 May 1647; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 52.

19. Lands Recorded; Between 1648-1657; Farmington, Hartford Co., CT 53. Listed among Owners of Land, 1648 to 1657: Edward Stebbin

20. Jury Duty; 7 Dec 1651; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 54. Coroner's jury, December 1651 on the body of Henry Stiles [RPCC 106]

21. Paid Fine; 7 Sep 1652; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 55. Symon Sackutt John Masters Abigaill Marven Sarah Spencer for theire missdeamenors in keeping Company, drinking excessiuely and vnseasonably are fyned 40s apiece. Edward Stebbing vndertakes for John Masters his fyne.

22. Lands Recorded; Bef 1653; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 56. Listed among Owners of Land in Hartford before 1653: Ed: Stebbing

23. Lawsuit; 2 Mar 1653/54; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 57. This Courte upon the hearing & weighing the Scruples & obiectyons of Jer: Adams agt: Mr. Will Goodwin & Edward Stebbing Conserning thier Saile of land as the executors of Tho: Grinhill deacesed they Judg that thier Act of Saile of the home lott in Hartford belonging to & pt: of the Estate of the Said Tho: Grinhill is Legal & Just they hauing Sould noe parte of the thirds of dower Belonging to the wife of Jer: Adams & theirfore the Courte aduises the wife of Jer: Adams to agree with theExecutors about the Setting out of her Thirds

24. Town Service; 18 May 1654; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 58. On 18 May 1654 "Edward Stebbing and Tho[mas] Coleman are appointed to draw up some rules for sealing leather etc." [CCCR 1:259].

25. Lawsuit; 5 Jun 1656; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 59. John Shepard & Rebecka Adams plts Contra Mr. Will Goodwyn and Edw: Stebbing defendts in an Action of the Case vpon Accots for monys dve vppon the sale of land to the dammage of 40 pounds. .. the jury finds for the defendts Costs of Courte.

Luke Hitchcock and Joseph Dickerson plts Contra John Killburne and Mathias Trott defendts in an Action of the Case for vnjust deteining of Cattle to the Dammage of 12 shillings. ..the courte findes for the plts Costs of Courte and the Courte notwithstanding adjudges the plt to pay the defendts dammages 5 shill: 6d

26. Debt Owed To; 5 Jun 1656; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 60. The debts brought into the Courte owing by the estate of William Cross are as followeth: To Edward Stebbing 12

27. Lawsuit; 3 Dec 1657; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 61. Richard Lord, Edward Stebbing & Willi: Edwards plaintiffs contra Tho: Butler defendt in an Action for vniust pounding of their sheepe out of the long meadow the 23th of October last, to the damage of 35ss vpon replevin. [No resolution given and the case appears to have been carried forward to the 4 Mar 1657/8 court where Edward is no longer a plaintiff.]

28. Jury Duty; 5 May 1658; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 62. A court of Magistrates in Harftord called vpon the triall of the wife of Joshua Galrick of East Hampton on the charge of witchcraft. She was aquitted of the charge.

29. Lawsuit; 1 Mar 1659/60; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 63. Thomas Wells plt contr Edw: Stebbing Deft as overseer to ye estate of Thoms Greenhil in an action of Debt wth damadge to ye value of 7. .. the Jury finds for ye plt 6 17 0 damadge and costs of the Court Execut dd Sept 25 60 for 7 5 6d

30. Lawsuit; 7 Mar 1660/61; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 64. Edward Stebbin & John White as ouerseers ec Agents for Mr Haines his Chirldren Pts contr John Deming Junr in an action of Debt and damadge 25:0:0: .. the Jury finds for the Deft Costs of ye Court.

31. Lawsuit; 14 Mar 1660/61; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 47. On 14 March 1660/1 the "court having heard the case respecting Jeremie and John Adams and Edward Stebbing, respecting the sale of the homelot of Thomas Greenhill, at Hartford, do sentence and conclude, that the said sale of that lot by Edward Stebbing to Mr. Goodwin is a legal sale" [CCCR 1:362]

32. Lawsuit; 6 Jun 1661; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 65. Edw Stebbin pt in an act of Reveiw contr John Deming Junr in a case of Debt wth damadge to ye value of 25. .. the Jury for ye plt his Bill and costs of ye Court.

33. Jury Duty; 5 Sep 1661; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 66.

34. Jury Duty; 9 Oct 1661; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 67.

35. Will; 24 Aug 1663; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 19. Stebbing, Edward, Hartford. Invt. 639-02-00. Taken 19 August 1668 by Eleazer Holyoke, John Allyn, Thomas Bull & James Ensign. Will dated 24 August 1663.
I Edward Stebbing do here make my last Will & Testament: First, I give to my wife Frances my houseing & Lands in Hartford, except such Lands as are hereafter mentioned to be sold, which she is to enjoy for the terme of her natural life, as also two best Cows & 3 of the Best Swine, as also ye Use of the Household Stuffe or so much of it as she shall need to make Use of. Also in ye End of her natural life she shall have liberty to dispose of 40 as she shall see Fit. I give to our beloved son John Chester 40. I give & bequeath, after my wives decease, my Housing & Land, such of my Lands as shall not be sold to pay my Engagements, I give them to Edward Cadwell, my son Cadwell's Child, and John Wilson, or, if he dye before 21 years of age, I give them to Samuel Wilson. And in Case my gr. child Edward Cadwell dye, then I give the above to the Children of my daughter Cadwell. Also, I give to Samuel Wilson 30. I give to my son Gaylord's Children, Joseph, Benjamin, and Joanna, 8 apiece, also Mary Gaylord, whome I do order to be with her gr. Mother. Also, I give to the four children of my daughter Holyoke, 40 Shillings apiece, John's part to be paid at the age of 21 years. Also, I do appoint that John Wilson shall be with his Gr. Mother to help her according to his best skill and ability during her natural life, during which time I desire my Executors that he be instructed in my trade by Caleb Stanly, as it may accord with my wives comfort. I ordain my wife to be my Executrix. I desire the Hon. Mr. Samuel Wyllys, my Brother Eleazer Holyoke, Lieut. Bull and Robert Webster to be Executors. The remainder of my Estate after the decease of my wife, to be disposed to my daughter Cadwells Children, to John Wilson, and to Mary Gaylord, at the discretion of my Executors. I give to Richard Weller 20 shilling. I give to my Executors 50 shillings apiece.
Witness: Eleazer Holyoke Edward Stebbing
Court Record, Page 79 -- 3 September 1668: Will proven and Inventory Exhibited.
Page 162 -- 18 April, 1677: Jeremy Diggins, Plntf., Contra Thomas Cadwell, Dfnt., in an Action for illegal Detaining a peice of Land in Hartford South Meadow belonging to sd. Jeremy Diggins in the Right of Mary his wife, and appointed to him by the Executors of the last will of Edward Stebbing, Decd.

36. Distributed Estate; 8 Oct 1663; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 58. On 8 October 1663 the "court doth approve of Deacon Stebbing and Lt. Bull paying what doth [appear] to be due from Mr. Hopkins estate to Mr. Bournes or Mr. Dallye" [CCCR 1:413].

37. Medical; 9 Jun 1668; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 68. Treated by John Winthrop Jr.: Stebbin, Mr. Deacon

38. Inventory Taken; 19 Aug 1668; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 19. 639-02-00

Edward married Frances Tough 1 7, daughter of Ralph Tough, about 1629 7. (Frances Tough was born in 1595 in Burrough On The Hill, Leicester, Eng 1 7 and died before 23 Dec 1673 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 1 7.)

Documented events in her life were:

1. Will; 20 May 1670; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 19. Stebbin, Mrs. Frances, Hartford. Invt. 82-11-02. Taken 23 December, 1673, by Thomas Bull & Robert Webster.
I ffrances Stebbing, Living in Hartford, in the colony of Conecticot, Widdow, being aged and under many weaknesses of body, but having my perfect memory and Understanding, Doe make and Ordain this my last Will and Testament, wherein I give to my Dear and beloved son Mr. John Chester, now living in or neer unto London in old England, the ffull and Just some of Twenty and four pounds Starling; or, if deceased, to his wife and his two Sons John and Sampson Chester, in equal protion, to be paid in Hartford. I give unto my ffowr grandchildren, Thomas, William, Matthew and Mary Cadwell, fower founds a pece, to be paid in Currant Country pay into the hands of my Son Thomas Cadwell. I give to my daughter Cadwell all my wearing apparell, both Wollen and Linen. I Constitute Lt. Thomas Bull and James Ensign Executors, 20th May 1670.
ffrances X Stebbing
Witness: Thomas Bull

Codicil, wherein is given 7 Acres of Land in the South Meadow not before disposed of, it being four score Rod Long and about fourteen Rodd and a quarter wide, bequeated to Thomas, William and Mary Cadwell. And 4 acres more I doe give, two acres of ye said fowre to ye now two yonges children of my son and daughter Matthew and Abigail Cadwell, and the other two acres I leave to the dispose of my two friends in trust, Lt. Bull and Lt. Robert Webster, whom I ordain Executors.
I ffrances Stebbing doe now Rattify the within specified will, dated 20th May 1670; only the Executors, which I now ordain Lt. Bull and Lt. Robert Webster. And also I now doe bequeath to my daughter Cadwell only my wearing goone, and the rest of my apparell to be divided betwixt ye wife of John Wilson, Mary Day and Mary Cadwell. -- 12 November, 1673. Also I give to Mr. John Whiting 40s, and my husbands cloak to John Wilson.
Witness: Eliazer Way Ffrances X Stebbing
John Wilson

Court Record. Page 136 -- 29 January 1673-4: Will exhibited, Proven.

2. Inventory Taken; 23 Dec 1673; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 19. 82-11-02


Children from this marriage were:

   11 F    i. Mary Stebbins 3 18 was born about 1629 6 18 and died on 29 Jun 1657 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 3 18 69.

Documented events in her life were:

1. VR - Death; 29 Jun 1657; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 17 70. The wife of Walter Gaylord dyed June 29th 57

Mary married Walter Gaylord 3 72, son of William Gaylord and Unknown [Gaylord], on 22 Apr 1648 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 17 18 71. (Walter Gaylord was born about 1626 72 and died on 9 Aug 1689 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 3.)

Documented events in his life were:

1. VR - Death of Spouse; 29 Jun 1657; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 17. Death of Mary Stebbins.

2. Jury Duty; 2 Sep 1658; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 73.

3. Jury Duty; 5 Oct 1658; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 74.

4. Jury Duty; 6 Jun 1661; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 75.

5. Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 31 Jan 1670/71; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 76. Legacy in father's will.

6. VR - Death of Spouse; 17 Aug 1683; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 70. Sarah, wife of Walter Gaylord dyed August 17th 1683

7. VR - Death; 9 Aug 1689; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 70.

Documented events in their marriage were:

1. VR - Marriage; 22 Apr 1648; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 17.

2. CR - Baptism of Child; 13 May 1649; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 17. Joseph Gaylord, son of Walter Gaylord was born May 13th 1649

3. CR - Baptism of Child; 19 Mar 1649/50; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 17. Mary Gaylord, daughter of Walter Gaylord was born March 19th 1650

4. CR - Baptism of Child; 5 Feb 1652/53; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 17. Joanna, Daughter of Walter Gaylord was born Febr 5th 1652

5. CR - Baptism of Child; 12 Apr 1655; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 17. Benjamin, son of Walter Gaylord was born Apr 12th 1655

6. CR - Baptism of Child; 21 Jun 1657; Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 17. Isaac, son of Walter Gaylord was born June 21 1657

   12 F    ii. Elizabeth Stebbins 1 18 was born about 1631 1 18 and died after 1694 1.

Documented events in her life were:

1. Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 24 Aug 1663; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 19. Referred to as 'my daughter Cadwell' in her father's will.

2. Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 20 May 1670; Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 19. Left her mother's wearing apparel, "both Wollen and Linen" in the 20 May 1670 will. This was reduced to her mother's "wearing gown" in the 12 Nov 1673 codicil.



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