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Re: Silence Brockett Early 1700s in CT
Posted by: Barb Hersey Date: July 17, 2000 at 12:54:15
In Reply to: Re: Silence Brockett Early 1700s in CT by Martha Tyler Graham of 575

Re: Martha Graham's posting

I am also a desendent of John Brockett. According to our research John Brockett b. 1609 came to America in 1637. Returned to England where he was married and had a son, John (born in England 1642) and then returned to America with mother and son. Son, John died at Muddy River, near North Haven 1720. He was the first physician in New Haven Colony. Buried Montowese cemetary, North Haven, Conn.
m. Elizabeth Doolittle d/o Abraham Doolittle.
They had son Mosses Brockett b. Wallingford, Conn.1680 mLydia Ann Granis 1/1706

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