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  (b. April 1731 Wallingford, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. )  

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Katherine COOK was born April 1731 in Wallingford, Crown Colony of Connecticut. Katherine COOK was the child of Israel COOK   and   Elizabeth CLARK and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Samuel COOKE and Mary MALLORY (maternal)  Ebenezer CLARK and Elizabeth PARKER

Marriage(s) and Child(ren):

She married  Isaac SMITH 20 May 1754 in Wallingford, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  The couple had (at least) 7 children. Isaac SMITH  was born 27 November 1727 in Wallingford, Connecticut, USA.  He died 28 February 1771 in Woodbridge, Connecticut, USA (Amity).  He was the son of Daniel SMITH and Abigail ALLING.

She married  (2) Moses THOMAS aft. 1767 in New Haven, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  Moses THOMAS  was born 5 February 1721 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA.  He died abt. 1803 in Woodbridge, Connecticut, USA (Amity).  He was the son of Israel THOMAS and Sarah HUMPHREVILLE.

From Vital Records of New Haven, 1649-1850
"Betty ye Daughter of Isaac and Katherine Smith was born
march 20 1755

Allen ye Son of Isaac and Katherine Smith was born march 11 1758

Abraham the Son of Isaac and Katherine Smith was born may 30 1760

Israel ye Son of Isaac and Katherine Smith was born april 29 1762

Deborah ye Daughter of Isaac & Katherine Smith was born June 10 1764

Katherine ye Daughter of Isaac & Katherine Smith was born may 16 1766

Isaac ye Son of Isaac & Katherine Smith was born September 28 1767"


Details of the family tree of Katherine appear below.
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Did You Know?The name Connecticut originates from the Algonquian word 'Quinnehtukqut' (beside the long tidal river). (statesymbolsusa.org)

Prior to 1638 - Connecticut, New England
1638 - 1662 - New Haven Colony
1662 - 1687 - Connecticut Colony
1688 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1787 - Crown Colony of Connecticut
January 5, 1788 - Connecticut becomes 5th U.S. state

  • 1731 Birth
    April 1731
    Wallingford, Connecticut, USA
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    ISSAC SMITH, SON OF DANIEL AND ABIGAIL ALLING, MARRIED KATHERINE COOK, DAUGHTER OF ISRAEL AND ELIZABETH CLARK FAMILIES OF ANCIENT NEW HAVEN. (ONLINE DATABASE. NEWENGLANDANCESTORS.ORG. NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, 2008.) ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AS NEW HAVEN GENEALOGICAL MAGAZINE. VOLS. I-VIII. COMPILED BY DONALD LINES JACOBUS. 8 VOLS. ROME, NEW YORK: CLARENCE D. SMITH, 1923-1932.
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  • 1754 Marriage / Partner
    Katherine COOK and Isaac SMITH 20 May 1754, Wallingford, Connecticut, USA
  • 1755 Birth of Child
    Betty SMITH was born 20 March 1755, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
  • 1758 Birth of Child
    Allen SMITH was born 11 March 1758, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
  • 1760 Birth of Child
    Abram (Abraham) SMITH was born 30 May 1760, Woodbridge, Connecticut, USA (Amity)
  • 1762 Birth of Child
    Israel SMITH was born 29 April 1762, New Haven, Connecticut, USA


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