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HELP! Ancestor is complete! flag male ancestor  Matthew  HUNTINGTON

  (b. 16 April 1694 Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. Preston, Connecticut, USA )  

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Matthew HUNTINGTON was born 16 April 1694 in Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut

Matthew HUNTINGTON was the child of Christopher HUNTINGTON   and   Sarah ADGATE and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Christopher HUNTINGTON and Ruth ROCKWELL (maternal)  Thomas ADGATE and Mary MARVIN

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Matthew  married  Mary MORGAN 3 December 1719 in Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Mary MORGAN  was born abt. 1698 in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, USA (Saybrook Colony).  Mary died 20 March 1721 in Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville). 

Matthew  married  (2) Elizabeth WHEELER 12 December 1721 in Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Elizabeth WHEELER  was born 31 December 1699 in Milford, Connecticut, USA.  Elizabeth died 3 October 1725 in Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville).  Elizabeth was the child of Ephraim WHEELER and Elizabeth SPAULDING.

Matthew  married  (3) Lydia LEONARD 17 May 1726 in Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  The couple had (at least) 9 children. Lydia LEONARD  was born 22 September 1707 in Preston, Connecticut, USA (Poquetanuck).  Lydia died possibly June 6, 1777 in Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville).  Lydia was the child of Samuel LEONARD (LEONARDSON) and Lydia COOKE.

1.2.4.5. Matthew Huntington, born in Norwich, April 16, 1694. He married for his first wife, September 3, 1719, Mary Morgan, who died March 20, 1720-1, the birthday of his first child. He married for his second wife, December 12, 1721, Elizabeth Wheeler, who after becoming the mother of one child, died October 3, 1725. He married, the third time, May 17, 1726, Lydia Leonard. Receiving from his father his portion from that part of his estate which lies in what is now the town of Preston, he built upon it and lived, and, it is believed, died upon it, though the date of his death has not been found.

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Matthew HUNTINGTON married flag female ancestor Mary MORGAN-- Date: 3 December 1719 Place: Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut
1719 HUNTINGTON [89] Mathew: Huntington & mary morgan, ware married ye 3d Day of Decembr 1719 Marriage

Vital Records of Norwich Connecticut, 1659-1848. (Online database. NewEnglandAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2007.) Originally published as: Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848. Hartford, Society of colonial wars in the state of Connecticut, 1913.


Children of Matthew HUNTINGTON and Mary MORGAN:

flag male ancestor Matthew HUNTINGTON (b.20 March 1721, New London, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. abt. 1758, Greenbush, Crown Colony of New York)
m. Elizabeth HEATH 26 January 1742 in Preston, Connecticut, USA (Poquetanuck)




Matthew HUNTINGTON married flag female ancestor Elizabeth WHEELER-- Date: 12 December 1721 Place: Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut
Elizabeth WHEELER was the child of Ephraim WHEELER and Elizabeth SPAULDING


1721 HUNTINGTON Mathew. Huntington & Elifabeth Wheeller ware married ye 12th day of Decembr annodomini 1721: Marriage

Vital Records of Norwich Connecticut, 1659-1848. (Online database. NewEnglandAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2007.) Originally published as: Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848. Hartford, Society of colonial wars in the state of Connecticut, 1913.


Children of Matthew HUNTINGTON and Elizabeth WHEELER:




Matthew HUNTINGTON married Ancestor is complete!flag female ancestor Lydia LEONARD-- Date: 17 May 1726 Place: Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut
Lydia LEONARD was the child of Samuel LEONARD (LEONARDSON) and Lydia COOKE


1726 HUNTINGTON [113] Matthew Huntington and Lydia Lennard were married the 17th day of may 1726. Marriage

Vital Records of Norwich Connecticut, 1659-1848. (Online database. NewEnglandAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2007.) Originally published as: Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848. Hartford, Society of colonial wars in the state of Connecticut, 1913.



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birth1694 Birth
16 April 1694
Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

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1694 HUNTINGTON Mathew Huntington was Born Aprill i6tb 1694 of Christopher Huntington Junior and Sarah Adgate Birth

Vital Records of Norwich Connecticut, 1659-1848. (Online database. NewEnglandAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2007.) Originally published as: Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848. Hartford, Society of colonial wars in the state of Connecticut, 1913
1694
'Matthew Huntington, b. Apr. 16, 1694 at Norwich, m. there on May 17, 1726, as his 3rd wife, Lydia Leonard, b. Sept. 22, 1707, daughter of Samuel (Samuel, Solomon) and Lydia (Cooke) Leonard. She was the daughter of Richard Cooke of Stonington, Ct. They lived and died in Preston, Ct. They had 5 children, 4 of whom (or their families) settled in Shaftsbury, Vt. in its early days.'
The Bottum (Longbottom) Family Album. An Historical and Biographical Genealogy of the Descendants of Daniel (-1732) and Elizabeth (Lamb) Longbottom of Norwich, Connecticut. Rebekah D. Oliver. (1970)
marriage1719 Marriage / Partner
Matthew HUNTINGTON and Mary MORGAN 3 December 1719, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

He was 25 years old.
Matthew HUNTINGTON - Title Vital records of Norwich, 1659-1848, Volume 1 Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848, General Society of Colonial Wars (U.S.). Connecticut Author
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Title Vital records of Norwich, 1659-1848, Volume 1
Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848, General Society of Colonial Wars (U.S.). Connecticut
Authors Norwich (Conn.), General Society of Colonial Wars (U.S.). Connecticut
Publisher Society of colonial wars in the state of Connecticut, 1913
1720 Admission to Preston, Connecticut First Congregational Church
1720 HUNTINGTON JULY 17, MATTHEW HUNTINGTON. ADMISSION


PRESTON, CONNECTICUT, FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS, 1698-1898. (ONLINE DATABASE. NEWENGLANDANCESTORS.ORG. NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, 2009.) ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AS: FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF PRESTON, CONNECTICUT, 1698-1898 : TOGETHER WITH STATISTICS OF THE CHURCH TAKEN FROM CHURCH RECORDS. PRESTON, CONN.: THE SOCIETY, 1900.
marriage1721 Marriage / Partner
Matthew HUNTINGTON and Elizabeth WHEELER 12 December 1721, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

He was 27 years old.
1721 Birth of Child
Matthew HUNTINGTON was born 20 March 1721, New London, Connecticut, USA

Matthew was 26 years old.
1723 Birth of Child
Mary HUNTINGTON was born 17 July 1723, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

Matthew was 29 years old.
marriage1726 Marriage / Partner
Matthew HUNTINGTON and Lydia LEONARD 17 May 1726, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

He was 32 years old.
1728 Birth of Child
Lydia HUNTINGTON was born 25 April 1728, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

Matthew was 34 years old.
1730 Birth of Child
Nathan HUNTINGTON was born 30 October 1730, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

Matthew was 36 years old.
1733 Birth of Child
Sarah HUNTINGTON was born 18 April 1733, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

Matthew was 39 years old.
1734 Birth of Child
Elizabeth HUNTINGTON was born 14 November 1734, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

Matthew was 40 years old.
1736 Birth of Child
Samuel HUNTINGTON was born 14 March 1736, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

Matthew was 41 years old.

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1739 Birth of Child
Amos HUNTINGTON was born 4 September 1739, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

Matthew was 45 years old.
1743 Birth of Child
Sarah HUNTINGTON was born 25 May 1743, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

Matthew was 49 years old.
1746 Birth of Child
Ame HUNTINGTON was born 5 August 1746, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

Matthew was 52 years old.
1749 Birth of Child
Elias HUNTINGTON was born 2 September 1749, Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

Matthew was 55 years old.

Preston, Connecticut, USA (Poquetanuck)
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