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Re: Sarah Chauncey m. Rev. Samuel Whittlesey
Posted by: Robert Chancey Date: February 08, 2001 at 10:39:53
In Reply to: Sarah Chauncey m. Rev. Samuel Whittlesey by Saundra of 258

Saundra, I have been 'collecting' some data for the Chaunceys of Massachusetts and Connecticut, and I show Sarah Chauncey to be the daughter of The Rev. Nathaniel Chauncey and Abigail Strong. She was born September 15, 1683 in Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, and died October 22, 1767 in Wallingford, Connecticut. They married July 01, 1712 in Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticut.

Please understand that I have no documentation for Sarah Chauncey. What I get from others, or from internet research is always questionable, and is passed along as such. Sometimes, I am able to confirm some data by bible or other records found online, but in this instance, I see no notes to that effect.

Here is an outline report for she and Samuel..

Descendants of Rev. Samuel Whittlesey, Sr.
       1        Rev. Samuel Whittlesey, Sr.       b: January 10, 1685/86 in Saybrook Point, Middlesex, Connecticut              d: April 15, 1752 in Wallingford, Connecticut                     
..              +Sarah Chauncey       b: September 15, 1683 in Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut       m: July 01, 1712 in Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticut       d: October 22, 1767 in Wallingford, Connecticut              Father: Nathaniel Chauncey, Rev.       Mother: Abigail Strong
..       2        Rev. Samuel Whittlesey Jr.       b: July 10, 1713 in Wallingford, Connecticut              d: October 22, 1768 in Milford, Connecticut                     
......              +Susannah Newton       b: 1716       m: September 21, 1743       d: 1803              Father: Rev. Roger Newton       
.......       3        Samuel Whittlesey       b: August 03, 1745                                   
.......       3        Susannah Whittlesey       b: January 26, 1746/47                                   
.......       3        Roger Newton Whittlesey       b: October 31, 1749                                   
..       2        [1] Rev. Chauncey Whittlesey       b: October 28, 1717 in Connecticut              d: July 24, 1787 in Connecticut                     
......              +Elizabeth Whiting       b: in New Haven, Connecticut       m: in New Haven, Connecticut       d: October 17, 1751 in New Haven, Connecticut              Father: Col. Whiting Joseph Whiting       Mother: Hannah Trowbrige
.......       3        Chauncey Whittlesey, Jr.       b: October 27, 1746 in New Haven, Connecticut                                   
...........              +Lucy Wetmore       b: 1748 in New Haven, Connecticut       m: February 14, 1770 in Fair Haven Church, New Haven, Connecticut       d: 1826              Father: Seth Wetmore       Mother: Hannah Edwards
...........       4        Lucy Whittelsey       b: October 14, 1773 in New Haven, Connecticut              d: September 17, 1856                     
...............              +Joseph Wright Alsop       b: March 02, 1772 in Middletown, Middlesex, Conn       m: November 05, 1797 in Middletown, Middlesex, Conn                            
.......       3        Samuel Joseph Whittlesey       b: July 13, 1749                                   
.......       3        Elisha Whittlesey       b: October 14, 1751                                   
..              *2nd Wife of [1] Rev. Chauncey Whittlesey:                                          
......              +Martha Newton       b: 1729 in Connecticut       m: in Connecticut       d: 1812              Father: Col. Roger Newton       Mother: Susannah Bryan

Regards, Robert

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