SMITH, George
(1618-1662)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Sarah

SMITH, George

  • Born: 1618-1620, England
  • Marriage: Sarah in 1641 in New Haven, Connecticut
  • Died: 17 May 1662, New Haven, Connecticut at age 43
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bullet  General Notes:

7 June 1652 at a General Court for New Haven: named as a farmer on the other side of the east river to bring, with others, an account of their estate for the levying of Juristiction rates. p130

1 May 1655 at a Court held at New Haven: The court heard a case whereby Sam Ford, aged 16, was called before the court and charged with going to George Smith's house and there almost strangling the son of George Smith, a lad of about five or six years, with a rope. p238

11 Feb 1655 at a General Court: was one of four workmen called upon to look at the West Bridge, which was in disrepair, and to give their judgement as to whether it should be repaired or replaced. (hence the occupation carpenter) p 269

- same court: Town meeting seating assignment.

2 October 1655 Court Record: Sells land to Timothy Ford. p 258

13 Jan 1661: meeting of the court at the Deputy Governors: a seating assignment for the town meetings. p511

28 April 1662: Court Record: Fence viewer for Springfield.

George's name appears frequently in the early records of the New Haven Colony. 1

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

He was employed. Farmer / Carpenter


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George married Sarah in 1641 in New Haven, Connecticut. (Sarah was born in 1622 in England and died after 1668.)


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Sources


1 New Haven Colony Historical Society, Ancient Town Records (New Haven Colony Historical Society, 1917).


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