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He married, February 28th 1745-6, Thankful HURLBUT, and had nine children: Rachel, married George CAREY; Elizabeth, married Thomas STOCKING; Joseph, married Mary BOWERS; Rebecca, married Joseph CAREY; Mary, married Elisha JOHNSON; Jacob, married Abigail CAREY; Benjamin, married Mary CAREY; Jesse, married Drusilla DART; and Sarah, married Joseph DART. His four sons were all engaged in the war of 1776, and Joseph, Benjamin, and Jesse were in a prison ship at New York at the same time.
Benjamin, who married Mary CAREY in 1784, was a sea captain, and died July 24th 1855.
A number of persons of the name from this town died in the army during the Revolution.
John HINCKLEY, son of Gershom and Mary (BUELL) HINCKLEY, of Lebanon, was an early settler in East Hampton, and many of his descendants bearing the name are residents to-day.
He was an iron worker, and the largest owner in the forge which formerly stood at this point.
His ancestors were largely interested in the iron works at Taunton, Massachusetts.
for carting, and expenses, but no further information concerning him has been obtained, save that by his wife, Mary, he had five children, recorded as being born to them between the years 17.
Henry JOHNSON, of Middletown, married Mary WHITMORE and resided near the river, in Middle Haddam, where he died July 7th 1869, aged 85.
She died June 5th 1759, and he married, second, January 10th 1760, Azubah SMITH, daughter of Ralph, of Middle Haddam. By his second wife he had Gillett, Azubah, John, Lucretia, Azriel, Isaac (died young), Isaac, Walter, and Cyprian. Daniel HUBBARD, of Middletown, and Susannah, his wife, resided near where Joseph ARTHUR now lives, not far from the year 1730.
He died December 14th 1861, aged 99 years, 8 months, and 16 days.
Jesse HURD married Drusilla DART in 1788, and was a deacon in Middle Haddam church, and engaged in ship building. His children were Laura, Jesse, Charles, Drusilla, Cyrus, Nelson, Lavina, and Henry.
Beers & Co., 36 Vesey Street, New York1884Pages 198-217. He had two sons: Jabez, who married Abigail WILLEY; and Calvin, who married Hulda COWDREY, and was the father of the late Giles C. His children were: John S., the head of the firm of J. HALL & Company, bell manufacturers; Lewis L.; Simon S., a graduate of Michigan University; Lucina; Amelia Ann; and Barzillar B.
PART 2 [transcribed by Janece Streig]           Hamlin John HALL, born September 10th 1722, son of GILES, of Middletown, and a descendant of John HALL, who came from the county of Kent, England, in 1633, and settled in Middletown about 1650, settled in East Hampton, and was for many years "sexton or grave-digger," as the society records have it. married Dolly PARMELEE, and lived in the house now owned by the Eureka Silk Manufacturing Company, and used by them as a boarding house.