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HELP! Grave has been located flag male ancestor  John  FELLOWS

  (b. 20 October 1668 Ipswich, Massachusetts Bay Colony   d. 29 March 1751 Plainfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut )  

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John FELLOWS was born 20 October 1668 in Ipswich, Massachusetts Bay Colony

John FELLOWS was the child of Ephraim FELLOWS   and   Mary UNKNOWN and the grandchild of: (paternal)  William FELLOWS and Mary AYERS

Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

John  married  Rachel VARNEY 14 October 1692 in Ipswich, Province of Massachusetts Bay .  The couple had (at least) 8 children. Rachel VARNEY  was born abt. 1676 in Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA.  Rachel died 15 February 1731 in Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville).  Rachel was the child of Thomas VARNEY and Abigail PROCTOR.

John  married  (2) Sarah UNKNOWN abt. 1731 .  Sarah UNKNOWN  was born abt. 1667 in .  Sarah died 28 March 1759 in Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville). 

John FELLOWS died 29 March 1751 in Plainfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut .
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John FELLOWS married flag female ancestor Rachel VARNEY-- Date: 14 October 1692 Place: Ipswich, Province of Massachusetts Bay
Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850 (Online Database: NewEnglandAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2007).


Rachel VARNEY was the child of Thomas VARNEY and Abigail PROCTOR


Listed in Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850 as "FELLOWS John, and Rachel Varney, at Chebacco, Oct. 14, 1692."


Children of John FELLOWS and Rachel VARNEY:

flag male ancestor Varney FELLOWS (b.25 May 1694, Ipswich, Province of Massachusetts Bay  d. , )

flag male ancestor Isaac Varney FELLOWS (b.1 September 1696, Plainfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 26 August 1755, Tolland, Crown Colony of Connecticut)
m. Abigail HUTCHENS 9 November 1721 in Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

flag male ancestor Nathan FELLOWS (b.1 September 1696, Plainfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 24 September 1732, )
m. Priscilla WARREN 29 January 1730 in Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

flag female ancestor Rachel FELLOWS (b.22 October 1698, Plainfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 19 July 1776, Griswold, Crown Colony of Connecticut )
m. Ephraim HERRICK 9 February 1719 in Preston, Connecticut, USA (Poquetanuck)

flag female ancestor Abigail FELLOWS (b.13 May 1701, Plainfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 24 September 1727, Plainfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut )
m. Samuel HALL 4 January 1720 in Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

flag male ancestor John FELLOWS (b.3 March 1703, Plainfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 10 September 1757, Sheffield, Province of Massachusetts Bay)
m. Jerusha DOUGLAS 22 October 1728 in Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

Grave has been locatedflag female ancestor Amie (Ame) FELLOWS (b.abt. 1710, Plainfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 31 May 1786, Preston, Crown Colony of Connecticut )
m. John BROWN (BROWNE) 16 December 1731 in Preston, Connecticut, USA (Poquetanuck)

flag female ancestor Mary FELLOWS (b.27 September 1712 , Plainfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. , )
m. George MOLBURN (MILBURN) 13 October 1728 in Woodstock, Connecticut, USA




John FELLOWS married  female ancestor Sarah UNKNOWN-- Date: abt. 1731 Place: 
The history of Woodstock, Connecticut, Volume 5
The History of Woodstock, Connecticut, Clarence Winthrop Bowen
Authors Clarence Winthrop Bowen, American Antiquarian Society
Publisher Priv. print. by the Plimpton press, 1933
Page 26


Children of John FELLOWS and Sarah UNKNOWN:


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birth1668 Birth
20 October 1668
Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA

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John Fellows
'JOHN FELLOWS WAS PROBABLY THE FIRST OF HIS FAMILY TO REMOVE FROM IPSWICH TO PLAINFIELD. HE WAS ONE OF THE EARLIEST SETTLERS EAST OF THE QUINEBAUGH RIVER SOON AFTER 1690. IN MAY 1699, HE WAS ONE OF THE SIGNERS OF A PETITION TO THE QUARTERLY COURT FOR A REGULARLY ORGANIZED SETTLEMENT. ON MAY 31, 1699, A TOWN GOVERNMENT WAS ORGANIZED BY THE INHABITANTS, AND JOHN FELLOWS WAS CHOSEN CONSTABLE.

IN RESPONSE TO A PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION OF PLAINFIELD LANDS, DATED FEBRUARY 28, 1703/ 4, JOHN FELLOWS WAS APPOINTED A MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEE TO MAKE THE ALLOTMENTS.

IN MAY 1708, HE WAS SENT AS PLAINFIELD'S FIRST REPRESENTATIVE TO THE GENERAL COURT. ON MAY 13, 1718, HE CARRIED TO THE GENERAL COURT A PROTEST REGARDING THE CHOOSING OF THE SITE FOR THE TOWN MEETING HOUSE.'

SOURCE: MORRIS, MYRTLE M., JOSEPH AND PHILENA (ELTON) FELLOWS - THEIR ANCESTORY AND DESCENDANTS, PAGE: 48-49

Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA
Old Historical House, built 1669
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marriage1692 Marriage / Partner
John FELLOWS and Rachel VARNEY 14 October 1692, Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA

He was 24 years old.
John FELLOWS - Source: Fellows Family he American Genealogist. New Haven, CT: D. L. Jacobus, c1937-.   (Online db.  NewEnglandAncestors.org.  New England Historic
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he American Genealogist. New Haven, CT: D. L. Jacobus, c1937-. (Online db. NewEnglandAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.)
Page 159
1694 Birth of Child
Varney FELLOWS was born 25 May 1694, Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA

John was 25 years old.
1696 Birth of Child
Isaac Varney FELLOWS was born 1 September 1696, Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

John was 27 years old.
1696 Birth of Child
Nathan FELLOWS was born 1 September 1696, Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

John was 27 years old.
1698 Birth of Child
Rachel FELLOWS was born 22 October 1698, Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

John was 30 years old.
1701 Birth of Child
Abigail FELLOWS was born 13 May 1701, Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

John was 32 years old.
1703 Birth of Child
John FELLOWS was born 3 March 1703, Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

John was 34 years old.
1712 Birth of Child
Mary FELLOWS was born 27 September 1712 , Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

John was 43 years old.
marriage1719 Marriage of Child
Rachel FELLOWS married 9 February 1719, Preston, Connecticut, USA (Poquetanuck) to Ephraim HERRICK

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marriage1720 Marriage of Child
Abigail FELLOWS married 4 January 1720, Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville) to Samuel HALL
marriage1721 Marriage of Child
Isaac Varney FELLOWS married 9 November 1721, Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville) to Abigail HUTCHENS
1727 Death of Child
Abigail FELLOWS died 24 September 1727, Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

John was 58 years old.
marriage1728 Marriage of Child
Mary FELLOWS married 13 October 1728, Woodstock, Connecticut, USA to George MOLBURN (MILBURN)
marriage1728 Marriage of Child
John FELLOWS married 22 October 1728, Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville) to Jerusha DOUGLAS
marriage1730 Marriage of Child
Nathan FELLOWS married 29 January 1730, Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville) to Priscilla WARREN
John FELLOWS - Source: Title	The history of Woodstock, Connecticut, Volume 5 The History of Woodstock, Connecticut, Clarence Winthrop Bowen Authors	Clarence Winth
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Title The history of Woodstock, Connecticut, Volume 5
The History of Woodstock, Connecticut, Clarence Winthrop Bowen
Authors Clarence Winthrop Bowen, American Antiquarian Society
Publisher Priv. print. by the Plimpton press, 1933
Page 26
1731 Death of Spouse/Partner
Rachel VARNEY died 15 February 1731, Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)
marriage1731 Marriage of Child
Amie (Ame) FELLOWS married 16 December 1731, Preston, Connecticut, USA (Poquetanuck) to John BROWN (BROWNE)

Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA
Ross Tavern, built 1734
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death1748 Death
29 March 1751
Plainfield, Connecticut, USA (Moosup) (Wauregan) (Central Village) (Almyville) (Packerville)

He died at the age of 82.
John FELLOWS - Grave
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Old Plainfield Cemetery Plainfield Windham County Connecticut, USA
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John is buried at: Old Plainfield Cemetery Plainfield Windham County Connecticut, USA
Added: 12/16/1999 12:00:00 AM - Updated: 9/2/2021 10:31:12 AM
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