Ezra Daboll1

M, b. 29 June 1784, d. 7 March 1828
FatherJohn Daboll Jr.1 b. 13 Feb 1750/51, d. 7 May 1825
MotherSarah Minor1 d. 2 Apr 1803
Birth*29 Jun 1784 1 
Marriage*4 Mar 1817 Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; Principal=Eliza Ledyard1 
Residence* Noank, New London Co., Connecticut1 
Death*7 Mar 1828 1 

Family

Eliza Ledyard d. 30 Sep 1859

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Harriet Daboll

F, b. 1807
FatherRussell Daboll b. 25 Nov 1775
MotherMary Lester b. 2 Jul 1779, d. 15 Feb 1832
Married Name DeKay 
Marriage* Principal=William DeKay 
Birth*1807 Connecticut 
Note*17 Sep 1846 Letter written from Harriet to her brother John, which mentions her Buddington cousins. From the "History by Hand" website at www.historybyhand.ocm

Item Number: DM4099
The Letter: Sept 17th, 1846 letter from Harriet deKay to her brother John Daboll discussing family matters.
Cover is addressed to “John L. Daboll / Mount Morris / Livingston Co / NY” with a blue CDS containing the words “Byron N.Y. Sep 17”
Size: 15 1/2" wide x 9 3/4" high, folded to 7 3/4" wide x 9 3/4" high and written on pages 1 and 3 only. Very good condition.
Background Information: The writer, Harriet (Daboll) DeKay was born in Connecticut in 1807, the daughter of Russell Daboll and Mary (Lester) Daboll. She married William DeKay, a farmer from Byron, Genesee County, New York and died in 1888. Her father, Russell Daboll, was living in Mount Morris, Livingston County by 1830. Her brother, Russell Daboll, Jr. was also a resident of Byron, Genesee County for many years.

The recipient, John Lester Daboll, was Harriet’s brother, born in 1811 and was for many years a resident of Mount Morris, Livingston County, NY, as was their youngest brother, Elisha Allen Daboll, born in 1821.

In the letter, Harriet describes a trip her husband William and “Jerome” had just made to Michigan and mentions the relatives they visited. “Ezra”, “Horace”, “Bonaparte”, and “John” are most likely Harriet’s and John’s first cousins, the Buddington brothers, formerly of New York and now living in Utica, Michigan. “Aunt Rhoda” is likely Rhoda Daboll, sister of Russell Daboll. She was born in Groton, Connecticut in 1782 and married Thomas A. Buddington. She was the mother of the Horace Buddington (b. 1811), Ezra Buddington, (b. 1813), Napoleon Bonaparte Buddington (b 1821) and John Daboll Buddington (b.1826) mentioned in the letter. We cannot confirm with certainty that the “Sally” mentioned is another sister of Russell Daboll (Sally Daboll Haley, 1787 – 1874). Harriet’s letter also discusses their plans to travel to Michigan in the early fall, before “…it gets to be bad going…”

The reference to “Jerome” is to her son Jerome J. DeKay. Jerome DeKay was born in 1827 and died in 1848. Another son, Charles W., was 16 at the time the letter was written and is not mentioned. He remained in Byron, and was for a time the local postmaster and justice of the peace. He died in 1914.

Although this branch of Harriet’s family consistently used the spelling “Daboll”, other more distant branches preferred the more common “Dibble” spelling.
[Transcription of Letter]

Dear Brother,

We received your letter on Monday and I hope you will all get better soon. I have long looked for a letter from some of you to cheer up my drooping spirits a little if you did not come out to see me. But the long esspected has come at last and William and Jerome arrived last Sunday night about midnight. He went away from home the 13th of August and was to write so that I could get a letter in in about ten days from the time he started and I never heard a word till he come and brought it and you can judge for your self whether I was down hearted or not – it being the first time he fail’d of writing to me when he said he would. He went back to Canada and the old [Bass?] did not get the job he expected to and they concluded to take a tour to Michigan before they returned. He see Ezra and Horace Bonaparte and John Aunt Rhoda and Sally and some of our Byron friends in his route through 6 countys. And he says made a poor till enough of it too. I should like to call in and see you all and see how you get along with that Ba____ gal about this time.

William is going to write to Jacob next Sunday - he wants to see about some work there is to do here and then he will know what to say to Jacob when he will be there &. William thinks we shall be out there before it gets to be bad going this fall whether he goes out there to work or not. If he goes to work Jerome will have to go with him and I cant stay so long and I may not be out till winter. William will tell you all when he comes. I am in in a great hurry about a little weaving this week and I must stop my letter short so no more at present. We are all well and keep about trying to do something so good bye for this time. Give my respects to all of our real friends, do come and see us if you can. Father and mother did not call to our house – I guess they did not go on the Holley Road. Aunt Rhoda and Ezra expects to be down this month. They were all well and in a thriving condition when William was there except Horace he was a grunting a little, &.

[signed] Harriet deKay to John L. Daboll 

Family

William DeKay
Child

Hopestill Daboll1

F, b. circa 29 March 1747, d. 4 November 1809
FatherJohn Daboll1 b. 15 Aug 1714, d. a 1782
MotherAbiah Luther1
Married Name Stoddard1 
Marriage* Principal=Stephen Stoddard1 
Birth*c 29 Mar 1747 Groton, New London Co., Connecticut1 
Baptism29 Mar 1747 1 
Death*4 Nov 1809 Groton, New London Co., Connecticut1 

Family

Stephen Stoddard

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

John Daboll1

M, b. 15 August 1714, d. after 1782
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 13 May 1679, d. 1727
MotherElizabeth Leeds1 d. c 1728
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Frank Valentine Hubbard
Note* Notes for John Daboll:
"There seem to be four John Dabolls in the Rev. ?list of invalids residing at New Haven gives three - John Daboll pvt. Ledyards at Groton, John Daboll Jr. wounded in hand, and John Daboll 2nd. A list of three year soldiers at Groton gives John Diball 3rd.

He was received into full communion at Christs Church, Groton Oct. 4, 1741 and Nov. 14, 1742 received the same at First Cong. Ch., Ledyard." - VanBuren Lamb, Jr., "Dibble Family" 
Marriage* Principal=Abiah Luther1 
Birth*15 Aug 1714 Groton, New London Co., Connecticut1 
Death*a 1782 1 

Family

Abiah Luther
Children

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

John Daboll Jr.1

M, b. 13 February 1750/51, d. 7 May 1825
FatherJohn Daboll1 b. 15 Aug 1714, d. a 1782
MotherAbiah Luther1
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Frank Valentine Hubbard
Biography* Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; From Charles Allyn (The Battle of Groton Heights): John Daboll, a private of the 8th Regiment of Militia, came with others of his comany at the first alarm. He was living at the time on the Providence turnpike, a mile and a half from the ferry, near what is now a family burial ground, in which he is buried.

He was married in 1774 and had three children at the time of the battle; afterward five othrs. His wife died April 2, 1803. In 1804 he married widow Sarah Halsey, by whom he had two sons, David Luther and William vincent, both of whom are now living in Providence, R.I. The following incident was related to the writer by his father, who had it from the lips of the hero of this narrative.2 
Birth*13 Feb 1750/51 Groton, New London Co., Connecticut1 
Baptism14 Apr 1751 1 
Residence* Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; He and his family lived between Center Groton and Groton Bank3 
Marriage*25 Sep 1774 No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; Principal=Sarah Minor1 
Milit-Beg*b Sep 1781 He was a soldier of the Revolution and was wounded at Fort Griswold, Sept., 17811,3 
Marriage*1804 Principal=Sarah (?)2 
Death4 Nov 1809 Groton, New London Co., Connecticut1 
Note*1818 A member of the Constitutional Convention of 1818. He was a Justice of the Peace and a very influential man in both religion and politics.4 
Death*7 May 1825 Knowles Cemetery, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; Memory of John Dboll who died May 7, 1825 aged 745

Family 1

Sarah Minor d. 2 Apr 1803
Marriage*25 Sep 1774 No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; Principal=Sarah Minor1 
Children

Family 2

Sarah (?)
Marriage*1804 Principal=Sarah (?)2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.
  2. [S582] Charles Allyn, The Battle of Groton Heights,, page 231.
  3. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 108.
  4. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 108; source cited (not seen): Groton Connecticut 1705-1905 by Charles R. Stark.
  5. [S583] Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Grave Memorial # 16930496, grave photo by John Beckstein.
  6. [S393] Nancy (Gobler) Westenfield, Budington/Buddington Descendants Chart, circa 2000,.
  7. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 69, 108.

John Lester Daboll

M, b. 1811
FatherRussell Daboll b. 25 Nov 1775
MotherMary Lester b. 2 Jul 1779, d. 15 Feb 1832
Birth*1811  

John Miner Daboll1

M, b. 24 March 1778, d. 13 July 1820
FatherJohn Daboll Jr.1 b. 13 Feb 1750/51, d. 7 May 1825
MotherSarah Minor1 d. 2 Apr 1803
Birth*24 Mar 1778 Groton, New London Co., Connecticut1 
Marriage*2 Jun 1801 Principal=Martha Miner1 
Death*13 Jul 1820 Auburn, Cayuga Co., New York1 

Family

Martha Miner b. 8 Dec 1781, d. 11 Nov 1852

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Nathan Daboll1

M, b. 1750
Master Nathan Daboll
Biography* Notes for Nathan Daboll:
He was known as Master Nathan. In 1799 he publ. "The Schoolmaster Assistant", an arithmetic used by Conn. schools for over 100 years. He was prof. of mathematics later at the Plainfield Academy. From 1772 to 1818 he was publisher of the family "Almanac" which is still publ. by the family up to the present time, 1949. All the original notes on the Dabol branch of the family were kindly furnished by Miss Celia Dabol of New London.", Van Buren Lamb, Jr., "Dibble Genealogy",1 
Marriage* Principal=Elizabeth Diboll1 
Birth*1750 1 

Family

Elizabeth Diboll b. c 31 Oct 1742

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Nathan Daboll1

M, b. circa 1720, d. circa 1780
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 13 May 1679, d. 1727
MotherElizabeth Leeds1 d. c 1728
Marriage* Principal=Anna Lynn1 
Birth*c 1720 1 
Death*c 1780 1 

Family

Anna Lynn

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Rhoda Daboll1,2

F, b. 19 April 1782, d. 1 May 1869
FatherJohn Daboll Jr.2,3,4 b. 13 Feb 1750/51, d. 7 May 1825
MotherSarah Minor2,3,4 d. 2 Apr 1803
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Frank Valentine Hubbard
Name Variation Whoda; Probably a typo in the Two Joannah's memoirs. 
Married Name Budington1 
Birth*19 Apr 1782 Groton, New London Co., Connecticut5,2,4 
Marriage*26 Feb 1804 Groton, Connecticut; Van Buren Dibble's book gives marriage date as 16 Mar 1803. Connecticut Marriages gives date as 14 March 1804.; Principal=Captain Thomas Avery Budington6,2,4,7 
Death16 Aug 1841 Utica, Macomb Co., Michigan2 
Misc*19 Feb 1843 On 19 February (envelope addressed 20 February 43) Rhoda Budington wrote and signed her name to a letter addressed to her granddaughter, Elizabeth Adams:

My Dear Grandchild                19 of February

we are all well except your Mother she has
been blind all winter untill now then a bought
two weeks she apears to be on the gain [ ] has
hopes now that she will get well and have her
eyesite I have been with her eight months

she has not been able to sew a stick for her
fameley for more than a year

O Elizabeth
could you have seen her suferings it would
have causd a tear of sympathy from your
sparkling eye she has seen a great deal of
affliction in this country but perhaps it is all
for best

She has been
called to part with her little Mary Jane
she was like a rose that had gust begun
to bloom and blushed with the frost

but so it is
and it is the work of God and we must not
repine She was a little idol for all of the fameley
she was to pretty to live in this world

Mary said
she was willing to give her up becaus she never


had been able to tak any care of her and she did not
know that she ever would be

she sufered but a short time she was
perfectly well to all apearance Sunday
untill about four o Clock in the afternoon
at 5 she was taken in fits and never come
out of them untill a bout four in the morning
then mortification had taken place she died
at seven monday morning

She was small
of her age but very smart never had been
sick any of any consequence she died the
23 of January aged one year 3 months
and twenty three days

the rest of the children
are well they often speak of their Sister
and brother in York state

Mary says she will write you a long letter when her eys
gits well

we heard that your aunt
Frank was out of health we should
lik to know the perticerlars I wrote for
Mary because she cant se i dont know that
you can read it this if from all
the grand Parent you have got
Rhoda
Budington
8 
Residence*1850 Jackson, Jackson Co., Michigan; Age 69. Rhoda is enumerated in the household of her son, Walter5 
Residence1860 Jackson, Jackson Co., Michigan; Age 78, housekeeper, born in Connecticut. Enumerated in the household of her son, Thomas A.9 
Residence*bt 1869 - 1871 83 Wesley St., Jackson, Jackson Co., Michigan; Principal=Thomas A. Budington Jr.10 
Death*1 May 1869 Michigan; Obituary published in the Jackson Daily Citizen, on Monday, 3 May 1869 (thanks to Barbara Hanson for tracking this obituary down):

DIED

In this city, at the residence of her son, Thomas A. Budington, after a brief illness, at 7 o'clock on the evening of May 1st, 1869, Mrs. RHODA BUDINGTON, aged 87 years and 12 days.

Funeral this (Monday) afternoon at the reisdence of Thomas A. Budington, No. 83 Wesley street, at 2 o'clock P.M.

Mrs. Budington was the mother of the late Walter Budington, also of E.H. and Thomas A. Budington. Her husband, Capt. Thos. A. Budington, died in Macomb county, Michigan, in 1841, she having survived him over a quarter of a century.

Mrs. Budington was born at Groton, Connecticut, in 1782, but emigated to near Auburn, in the State of New York in 1812, and has been a resident of Michigan for the past 31 years. She retained her memory and other factulties to a remarkable degree.

She was universally loved by all who knew her, living up to the injunction of Holy Writ, "Do unto others even as you would have them do unto you."

Thus, after a long and well-spent life, she has gone to that bourne from whence no traveller returns and to join in heaven those of her family and friends who have gone before her. Peace to thy manes, thou good and excellent mother. COM4,11 
Burial* Woodland Cemetery, Jackson, Jackson Co., Michigan; Rhoda was originally buried at the old East Main St. Cemetery in Jackson but was moved to Woodland Cemetery when they built East Intermediate school and eliminated the cemetery.

Section 3312 

Family

Captain Thomas Avery Budington b. 12 Sep 1781, d. 14 Aug 1841
Marriage*26 Feb 1804 Groton, Connecticut; Van Buren Dibble's book gives marriage date as 16 Mar 1803. Connecticut Marriages gives date as 14 March 1804.; Principal=Captain Thomas Avery Budington6,2,4,7 
Children

Citations

  1. [S180] Author Unknown, Brief "Adams" Genealogy (unpublished notes in possession of Dixie Hansen), Date Unknown,.
  2. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.
  3. [S393] Nancy (Gobler) Westenfield, Budington/Buddington Descendants Chart, circa 2000,.
  4. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 69, 108.
  5. [S209] 1850 US Census (Michigan), Family 321, Jackson, Jackson Co., MI.
  6. [S193] Memories of Joannah Frank (supplemented with the memories of her niece, Joannah Elisabeth Adams Rowe),An unpublished manuscript, circa 1911.
  7. [S599] Familysearch.org., Connecticut Marriages 1729-1867 (Familysearch.org), Thomas A. Buddington m. Rhoda Daboll, 14 March 1804, Connecticut.
  8. [S268] Mary Buddington Adams 1836-1843, Letter from Rhoda Budington and Mary Adams to their granddaughter / daughter Elizabeth Adams - letter dated 19 February (year is 1843).
  9. [S336] 1860 US Census, Jackson City, Jackson Co., Michigan, Page 13.
  10. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 174 (from City Directory).
  11. [S553] Obituary for Rhoda Budington, Jackson Daily Citizen, Jackson, Michigan (3 May 1869),.
  12. [S583] Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Grave Memorial # 24194173, entry made by Deb Hayes-Wolfe.

Russell Daboll1

M, b. 25 November 1775
FatherJohn Daboll Jr.1 b. 13 Feb 1750/51, d. 7 May 1825
MotherSarah Minor1 d. 2 Apr 1803
Birth*25 Nov 1775 Groton, New London Co., Connecticut1 
Marriage*16 Mar 1803 Principal=Mary Lester1 
Marriage*18 Apr 1833 Principal=Sally Holmes1 

Family 1

Mary Lester b. 2 Jul 1779, d. 15 Feb 1832
Children

Family 2

Sally Holmes

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Russell Daboll

M
FatherRussell Daboll b. 25 Nov 1775
MotherMary Lester b. 2 Jul 1779, d. 15 Feb 1832
Birth*  

Sally Daboll1

F, b. 26 May 1787, d. April 1874
FatherJohn Daboll Jr.1 b. 13 Feb 1750/51, d. 7 May 1825
MotherSarah Minor1 d. 2 Apr 1803
Birth*26 May 1787 1 
Married Name11 Jan 1811 Haley1 
Marriage*11 Jan 1811 Principal=Amos M. Haley1 
Death*Apr 1874 1 

Family

Amos M. Haley b. 16 Feb 1788, d. 19 Dec 1874

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Timothy Daboll1

M, b. 6 September 1779, d. 11 February 1831
FatherJohn Daboll Jr.1 b. 13 Feb 1750/51, d. 7 May 1825
MotherSarah Minor1 d. 2 Apr 1803
Birth*6 Sep 1779 Groton, New London Co., Connecticut1 
Marriage*27 Dec 1809 Principal=Sally Brown1 
Death*11 Feb 1831 New London Co., Connecticut1 

Family

Sally Brown b. 4 Aug 1784, d. 29 Oct 1855

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

William Vincent Daboll1

M, b. 13 April 1810, d. 15 January 1890
FatherJohn Daboll Jr.1 b. 13 Feb 1750/51, d. 7 May 1825
MotherSarah (?)1
Birth*13 Apr 1810 1 
Marriage*2 Feb 1835 Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; Principal=Caroline C. Smith1 
Death*15 Jan 1890 1 

Family

Caroline C. Smith b. 10 Dec 1806, d. 25 Jan 1881

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Jens Dagngindson

M, b. 1615, d. 1695
Marriage* Bride=Anna Pedersdotter1 
Birth*1615 1 
Death*1695 1 

Family

Anna Pedersdotter b. 1625, d. 1650

Citations

  1. [S51] Lars E. Øyane, Gards- og Ættesoge for Luster Kommune, Vol 2, Dale 1 Sokn. (Luster Kommune),.

John Darby1

M
Residence* Hebron, Connecticut; of Hebron CT1 
Marriage*1754 Principal=Hannah Rowley1 

Family

Hannah Rowley b. 18 Dec 1729, d. Feb 1768

Citations

  1. [S386] Homer W. Brainard, "Henry Rowley and Some of His Descendants," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol 37 (1906): in 4 parts: p57-66;97-103;203-208;251-256, p. 98.

Anna Davidsdatter Chrystie

F, b. 1723/24, d. 1750
Married Name Boyesen 
Marriage* Principal=Realf Boyesen Ording 
Birth*1723/24  
Death*1750  

Family

Realf Boyesen Ording b. 1712, d. 1786

Fannie J. Davis1

F, b. circa 1841, d. 29 June 1909
Birth*c 1841 1 
Marriage*1858 Principal=George A. Buxton1 
Married Name1858 Buxton1 
Death*29 Jun 1909 1 
Burial* Lewiston City Cemetery, Lewiston, Idaho, USA1 

Family

George A. Buxton b. 1836, d. 11 Aug 1911
Children

Citations

  1. [S246] C.W. Buxton, Memoirs of C.W. Buxton By Himself, circa 1938,.

James Davis

M
Biography* "of Dover" 
Marriage*5 Nov 1728 Bride=Ruth Ayer1 

Family

Ruth Ayer b. 21 Mar 1700, d. b 1745

Citations

  1. [S64] Sidney Perley, Ayer Genealogy (1900; Reprinted by Parker River Researchers; Newburyport, Mass., 1986),.

Sarah Davis1

F, b. 14 May 1721, d. 26 October 1802
Marriage* Principal=Caleb Disbrow1 
Married Name Disbrow1 
Baptism*14 May 1721 1 
Death*26 Oct 1802 Westport, Fairfield Co., Connecticut, USA1 

Family

Caleb Disbrow b. 1 Aug 1719

Citations

  1. [S210] Michael S. Disbrow., Descendants of Thomas and Mercy (Holbridge) Disbrow (Disbrow Family Association, 1992),.

Mary E. Daws1

F, d. before 1925
Marriage* Lena, Illinois; Principal=Reuben E. Weeks1 
Married Name Weeks1 
Death*b 1925 1 

Family

Reuben E. Weeks b. c 1862, d. 14 Mar 1929

Citations

  1. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin pages 58. Obit for Reuben E. Weeks (source newspaper not identified).

Wenche Cecile de Besche

F
Marriage* Groom=Johan Plahte Bruun 

Family

Johan Plahte Bruun b. 19 Oct 1728, d. 27 Jun 1772

Thomas Debell1

M, b. 1 February 1646/47, d. before 1719
FatherThomas Deble1 b. c 1614, d. 17 Oct 1700
MotherMary Grant1 d. 14 May 1681
Birth*1 Feb 1646/47 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Baptism3 Sep 1647 1 
Marriage*10 Oct 1676 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut; Principal=Mary Tucker (?)1 
Death*b 1719 1 

Family

Mary Tucker (?) b. 4 Oct 1653

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Joanna Deble1

F, b. 1 February 1649/50, d. 1651
FatherThomas Deble1 b. c 1614, d. 17 Oct 1700
MotherMary Grant1 d. 14 May 1681
Baptism1 Feb 1649/50 1 
Birth*1 Feb 1649/50 1 
Death*1651 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Samuel Deble1

M, b. 31 May 1640, d. 31 May 1640
FatherThomas Deble1 b. c 1614, d. 17 Oct 1700
MotherMary Grant1 d. 14 May 1681
Death*31 May 1640 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Birth*31 May 1640 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Thomas Deble1

M, b. circa 1614, d. 17 October 1700
FatherRobert Deeble1
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Frank Valentine Hubbard
Note* The Windsor, Conn. records and Matthew Grant's Diary contain many references to Thomas Deble. In the latter for 1677 is a list of "those that came here with us from Dorchester and are still with us, - Thos. Deble Sen., sister Deble...." Town Votes 2-7 "Those of the Dragones that have received pouches of Thomas Deble which he got made and is to be paid by ye town." MGD, p88 "Persons who gave to the poor of other colonies, Thomas Deble Sen. and Abram Deble." p. 146 Ratable List of 1686, - "house & land 3 acs yt was John Dible 13:00.

In 1640 Thomas was granted land of the Plantation on which he built a house which he sold to Robert Watson. In 1670 he bought the William Hubbard house on the Palisado between Matthew Grant and _____ Phillips. There may be a connection between his wife and Thomas Ford whose daughters were Hepsibah, Joanna and Miriam, but no proof yet has been found." - VanBuren Lamb, Jr., "Your Ancestors," Vol 2, pg 143.

"That Thomas was son of Robert Deeble is definitely proven on page 13 of the first book of Dorchester, Mass. land records. The grand is dated 17 Dec. 1635, at which time Thomas is to receive 2 goad and 6 goad next to his fathers Roberts home lot, if he built a house within a year. This lot faced the park next to Mr. Addertons.

In Windsor, Conn. there are many records preserved concerning Thomas in the land, vital, probate, town, and church records; as well as in the diary of Matthew Grant, his next door neighbor.

I find the wife of Thomas, mother of his children, referred to only as sister dibble. His second wife was widow of John Hawkes (killed by the Indians), and secondly widow of Robert Hensdale. Matthew Grants Diary, page 94 gives a list of persons now living (dated 1677) that came from Dorchester in full communion.

Thomas second home lot in Windsor, Conn. was on the Palisado (village green or common), the third house N.E. of the church, between the homes of Mr. Grant and Mr. Phillips.

Windsor, Conn. Town Votes, Vol. 2. pg. 7 states; "Those of the Dragones that have received pouches of Thomas Deble, which he got made and is to be paid by ye town".

In 1676 Thomas Deble and Abram Deble are listed among those who gave monies to the poor of other colonies.
 
Marriage* Principal=Mary Grant1 
Birth*c 1614 1 
Marriage*25 Jun 1683 Principal=Elizabeth (?)1 
Will*17 Feb 1699/0 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut; The will and inventory of Thomas Deble are preserved at the Conn. State Library, Hartford, Conn. Photostats may be obtained there for a small fee.", VanBuren Lamb, Jr.

Thomas Dibble's will has been published in Manwaring's Digest of Connecticut Probate 7:56-57. The will of Thomas Dibble Senior of Windsor was dated 17 February 1699/1700: "I, Thomas Dibble, Sen., of Windsor, doe make this my last will and testament: Imprimis: To my son Samuel and wife I give the north half part of my orchard whereon he liveth, during his natural life, and the remainder to his son Samuel. To my son Thomas Dibble and his wife I give the other half of my orchard during life, and the remainder to his son Abram. Item. I give to my daughter Miriam Gillett that two acres of meadow she now possesseth. Item. To my said daughter Miriam I give, for the use of her son, my best broadcloth coat, hatt and breeches. All the rest of my apparrel to be divided, two parts to my sons Samuel and Thomas, the other part to be to my grandsons Josiah Dibble and Wakefield Dibble. I appoint Mr. John Elliot and son-in-law Samuel Gibbs to be executors." Witness: John Eliot, Alexander Allin. (Signed) Thomas X Dibble, Senior. A schedule followed the signed will: "A schedule, expressing the form and manner how I would have my household stuffe and other moveables disposed and divided, is as follows: To my daughter Miriam 2 pewter basons, 1 platter, 1 quart pot, two porringers, one saucer, one dram cup, a chafendish, a choping knife, 2 old skilletts, a settle, and the cest (chest) that use to stand by my bedside, five yards of two cloth and 40 shillings in pay, to be paid by my son-in-law Samuel Gibbs out of that he oweth me. To my grand daughter, Eliza: Gibbs, the bedstead, feather bed, and all thereto appeartaining, which is in the parlour, 1 iron pot and crooks, best table, and box with lock and key, 3 chairs, best brush, 1 square basket, one pressing iron, best shears, one bodkin, pair stillyards. To Experience Gibbs, 1 iron kettle, 2 chairs, an old chest, the trundle bedstead, bed and green rug, best and worst pillows, 1 little table and a gridiron. To Mirriam Gibbs, the worst of ye beds and worst table and a little basket. To Hepzibah Dickson, a brass candlestick. To Palidence [sic] Denslow, a half pint cup and a corn bowl. To Joanna Loomis, 2 smoothing irons and a pair of pot hooks. To the Rev. Mr. Samuel Mather, Senior, my gun and sword and my andirons, tongs and spit." Witness: John Eliott, Alexander Allin. (Signed) Thomas X Dibble, Senior. The inventory was taken 1 November 1700 by Samuel Cross, Nathaniel Gaylor and Alexander Allen, and amounted to £60-14-01. Will proved 13 November 17001 
Death*17 Oct 1700 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Probate*13 Nov 1700 1 

Family 1

Mary Grant d. 14 May 1681
Marriage* Principal=Mary Grant1 
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth (?) d. 25 Sep 1689
Marriage*25 Jun 1683 Principal=Elizabeth (?)1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Ebenezer Deeble1

M, b. circa 1616, d. 17 October 1700
FatherRobert Deeble1
Birth*c 1616 1 
Death*17 Oct 1700 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Frances Deeble1

F, b. circa 1612
FatherRobert Deeble1
Birth*c 1612 1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

John Deeble1

M, b. say 1618, d. 7 October 1646
FatherRobert Deeble1
Marriage* Principal=Sarah (?)1 
Birth*s 1618 1 
Death*7 Oct 1646 Springfield, Massachusetts1 

Family

Sarah (?) d. 13 Sep 1656

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Oliver Deeble1

M, b. circa 1610
FatherRobert Deeble1
Birth*c 1610 1 
Baptism22 Jul 1610 St. Germain, Cornwall, England1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Robert Deeble1

M
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Frank Valentine Hubbard
Note* Notes for Robert Deeble:
"To return to New England - Robert Deble and his son Thomas are mentioned in a land deed in Dorchester, Mass. Dec. 17, 1635, in which Thomas is ordered to build a house within a year. This he probably did not do, for Thomas went to Windsor, Conn. With Mr. Warham who followed Thomas Hooker with the majority of his congregation.
In Hotton’s "original Lists" Thomas Deble age 22, husbandman, and Frances Deble age 24 , sister, lieve(sic) England 1635 for Virginia. Pope reads "sister" as "soror", and Bank’s reads "husbandman and sister" and says they left Weymouth in Dorset Mar., 1635 under Rev. Joseph Hull, and arrived May 5th at Wessaguscus, Mass. (This name was changed in May, 1635 to Weymouth, Mass.)
Robert Deeble’s signature as of 1641 appears on the frontispiece of Blanke’s Annals of Dorchester, Mass., 1846.", VanBuren Lamb, Jr., "Your Ancestors," Vol 2, pg 143.
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"Robert Deeble was the first of this name in New England. He and his wife were early settlers of Dorchester, Mass. The first records of this town have been lost, but it is recorded that he was made a freeman on the 6 of May 1635. Robert and his wife (known only as goody deeble) evidently became members of The Dorchester Congreation which was formed in 1629 at the New hospital in Plymouth, England, under the leadership of the Rev. John Warham of Exeter. Some members of this congreation sailed from Plymouth and others embarked for America at Weymouth.
The ship in Which Robert and his wife came to these shores is not known, but possibly they arrived the 24 of June 1633 with 78 other members of this congreation, for the names of these passengers are not recorded. His son Thomas Deble age 22, with Frances Deble age 24 sorer(probably meaning sister) did sail from Weymouth, Eng. on the 20 of Mar. 1635. A Robert Dabyn age 28 arrived in New Eng. in the same year and was listed as a servant to Joseph Hall. There were without doubt other brothers and sisters for during the Indian uprisings and massacres 1664-1676, Abraham Dibol(of Haddam and Simsbury, Conn.), & John Deble's family(from Springfield, Mass.), appear in Windsor, Conn. in close association with Thomas Deble.
One record says Robert Deeble was a native of Somersetshire, Eng. but I can find no proof of this statement. However he is definitely from the West Counties of Eng. where there are thousands of references to the family (with as many variations of spellings as there are in America) in the church records of Devon, Dorse, Somerset, and Cornwall. There wre also hundreds of Dibble wills preserved in the Bishop of Exeters files, before World War II, which I feel certain would have given our ancestry in England back to 1400, but they were all destroyed in the "Blitz".
There seems to have been a Dibble Coat-of-Arms, though it is not recorded in the College of Heralds. Arthur J. Jewrs in his Heraldic Church Notes of Cornwall, gives on page 58 the description of the arms of Deeble as "Purpure(purple)shield, three deebles or beansetters argent(silver), crest a deeble or (gold)". The arms are pictured, quartered with those of Wolsden, showing the beansetter to have been of the stirrup variety. Reverend Samuel Dibble, buried in Charles Church Yard, Plymouth, Eng. in 1750 had the above arms engraved on his tombstone, but this also was destroyed in the blitz. In old English dictionaries, before 1600, the word now spelled Dibble was spelled deeble. I find no foundation for the statement by some, that the name is of French origin(diable meaning devil) though some facetious clerks both in England and America so spelled it in the early records. I believe this to be the reason Nathan Dabol entered in his account book, "Henceforth we shall spell our name Dabol".
We have few records of Robert and Thomas Deeble in Mass. The first land record for them is Jan. 4 1635 when Thomas Deeble is to receive 30 acres in the division of the hill between Roxbury and Dorchester. In Mar. 1638 Robert was appointed bayliff (tax collector) for Dorchester and continued in this post until 1641. The records of the Dorchester Congreational Church for Feb 1642 list Robert Deeble and goody deeble as original members (Plymouth, Eng. 1629). I have found no further record of them in New England. It may be possible that they returned to England with other dissatisfied members of the old congreation, after their leader and many of their friends had removed to Windsor, Conn.
Robert Deeble's signature appears on the flyleaf of the History of Dorchester, Mass. In a list of original proprietors (photograph). This and the fact that he was chosen baliff is fair proof that he was a little better educated than some of the early colonists, many of whom could not write, signing their names with an X.", VanBuren Lamb, Jr., "Line of Henry Dibble."1 
Birth* England1 
Residence* of Dorchester, Massachusetts 

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Robert Deeble1

M, b. circa 1608
FatherRobert Deeble1
Birth*c 1608 1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Daniel Defner1

M
Employment* Kantor zu Pforzheim1 
Name Variation Deffner1 
Marriage*13 Jun 1724 Segringen, Germany; Principal=Anna Katharina Døderlein1 

Family

Anna Katharina Døderlein b. 8 Nov 1702

Citations

  1. [S600] Christiane Toenne, e-mail address., Toenne-Hemme-Kretzschmar-Offerman Families (Ancestry.com private family tree),.

Anna Deichmann1

F, b. 1700, d. 1754
FatherBartholomeus Deichmann1
MotherElse Carlsdatter Rosenmeyer2 d. 1745
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub
Marriage* Principal=Jacob Rasch1 
Employment* Bishop 
Birth*1700 3 
Death*1754 Steffen's lists year of death as 1754 in one place and 1756 in another.4 

Family

Jacob Rasch b. 1699, d. 1737
Children

Citations

  1. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 46.
  2. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 48.
  3. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 168.
  4. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 48, p 169.

Bartholomeus Deichmann1

M
Bartholomeus Deichmann
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub
Employment* Bishop1 
Marriage*1699 Principal=Else Carlsdatter Rosenmeyer2 

Family

Else Carlsdatter Rosenmeyer d. 1745
Children

Citations

  1. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 46.
  2. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 48.
  3. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 49.

Carl Deichmann1

M, b. 1700, d. 1780
FatherBartholomeus Deichmann1
MotherElse Carlsdatter Rosenmeyer1 d. 1745
Employment* Cancelliraad, Mæcenat1 
Birth*1700 1 
Death*1780 1 

Citations

  1. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 48.

Margarethe Deichmann1

F, b. 1708, d. 1759
FatherBartholomeus Deichmann1
MotherElse Carlsdatter Rosenmeyer1 d. 1745
Married Name Løvenskiold2,1 
Marriage* Principal=Herman Leopoldus Løvenskiold2,1 
Birth*1708 1 
Death*1759 1 

Family

Herman Leopoldus Løvenskiold b. 1701, d. 1759
Child

Citations

  1. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 48.
  2. [S177] "Inga Friis opptegnelser fra det gamle porsgrunn, Del 2," Porsgrund Historielag: Årsskrift 1962-63 (1963): 7-47.
  3. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 124.

Peter Deichmann1

M, b. 1703, d. 1766
FatherBartholomeus Deichmann1
MotherElse Carlsdatter Rosenmeyer1 d. 1745
Birth*1703 1 
Marriage*1730 Principal=Anna Grøn1 
Death*1766 1 

Family

Anna Grøn b. 1709, d. 1796

Citations

  1. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 49.

Wilhelm Deichmann1

M, d. 1769
FatherBartholomeus Deichmann1
MotherElse Carlsdatter Rosenmeyer1 d. 1745
Death*1769 1 
Burial*15 Feb 1769 2 

Citations

  1. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 49.
  2. [S202] Haagen Krog Steffens, Slægten Aall (Trykt I Centraltrykkeriet, Kristiania [1908]), p 53.

Jerome J. DeKay

M, b. 1827
FatherWilliam DeKay
MotherHarriet Daboll b. 1807
Birth*1827  

William DeKay

M
Marriage* Principal=Harriet Daboll 

Family

Harriet Daboll b. 1807
Child

Thomas DeLancy1

M
Name Variation Lawrence 
Name Variation Delaney2 
Marriage* Principal=Adeline Buddington1,3 

Family

Adeline Buddington b. 16 Apr 1817

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.
  2. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 109.
  3. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 109, 175.

Michael Robert Delaney

M, b. 7 January 1893
Birth*7 Jan 1893 St. Joseph, Missouri1 
Marriage*21 Jul 1921 Principal=Gunilda Riese1 

Family

Gunilda Riese b. 1 Mar 1900, d. 13 Dec 1966
Children
  • Douglas Delaney1
  • Milton Richard Delaney1
  • Mary Helen Delaney1

Citations

  1. [S560] Petroleum County Community Library., The Pages of Time - A History of Petroleum County, Montana (Petroleum County Community Library,1990, updated 7/27/06), Delaney Family: pages 64-65.

Jonathan Delano

M, b. 1647, d. 28 December 1720
Birth*1647 Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts 
Marriage*28 Feb 1677/78 Dartmouth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; Principal=Mercy Warren 
Death*28 Dec 1720 Dartmouth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts 

Family

Mercy Warren b. 20 Feb 1657/58, d. a 6 Nov 1727
Child

Jonathan Delano

M, b. 30 January 1679/80, d. 5 March 1751/52
FatherJonathan Delano b. 1647, d. 28 Dec 1720
MotherMercy Warren b. 20 Feb 1657/58, d. a 6 Nov 1727
Birth*30 Jan 1679/80 Dartmouth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts 
Marriage*20 Jun 1704 Falmouth, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts; Principal=Amy Allen Hatch 
Death*5 Mar 1751/52 Tolland, Tolland Co., Connecticut 

Family

Amy Allen Hatch b. 10 Jul 1687, d. 1 Jun 1752
Child

Joseph Delano1

M
Marriage*16 Oct 1719 Marshfield, Massachusetts; Principal=Hannah Bartlett1 

Family

Hannah Bartlett b. c 1690, d. 16 Jan 1763

Citations

  1. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 111.

Susanna Delano

F, b. 23 June 1724, d. 16 August 1806
FatherJonathan Delano b. 30 Jan 1679/80, d. 5 Mar 1751/52
MotherAmy Allen Hatch b. 10 Jul 1687, d. 1 Jun 1752
Birth*23 Jun 1724 Tolland, Tolland Co., Connecticut 
Married Name5 Nov 1746 Grant 
Marriage*5 Nov 1746 Tolland, Tolland Co., Connecticut; Principal=Noah Grant Jr. 
Death*16 Aug 1806 Tolland, Tolland Co., Connecticut 

Family

Noah Grant Jr. b. 12 Jul 1718, d. 20 Sep 1756
Child

Julia Boggs Dent

F, b. 26 January 1826, d. 14 December 1902
Julia Boggs(Dent) Grant
1826-1902
Birth*26 Jan 1826 White Haven Plantation, Saint Louis Co., Missouri 
Married Name22 Aug 1848 Grant 
Marriage*22 Aug 1848 Principal=Ulysses Simpson Grant 
Death*14 Dec 1902 Washington, District of Columbia 

Family

Ulysses Simpson Grant b. 27 Apr 1822, d. 23 Jul 1885

Peter DeVries1

M, b. circa 1891
Birth*c 1891 Michigan, USA2 
Marriage*4 Sep 1915 Principal=Elizabeth D. Hubbard2,1 
Residence1920 3010 Dupont Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 29, born in Michigan, both parents born in Michigan. Saleman for a medical company.

Living next door to Willie and Cassie Hubbard and Casper and Lucile Olstad.

Enumerated with Elizabeth H. 29 and Mary E. 3 years 6 months.3 
Residence*1930 4530 York Ave, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Owns home, value $5500; Secretary, Physicians and Hospital Supply2 

Family

Elizabeth D. Hubbard b. Sep 1890, d. 30 Aug 1980
Children
  • Mary C. DeVries2
  • Marjorie DeVries2

Citations

  1. [S373] Obituary for William Adams Hubbard, The Minnetonka Record, Excelsior, MN (27 September 1929),.
  2. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN; ED 261, Sheet 37A.
  3. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 162, Sheet 1A.

Abigail Dibble1

F, b. 19 January 1665/66, d. after 1725
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 9 Feb 1642/43, d. 5 Mar 1708/9
MotherHepsibah Bartlett1 d. 7 Dec 1701
Birth*19 Jan 1665/66 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Married Name29 Aug 1683 Hayes1 
Marriage*29 Aug 1683 Principal=George Hayes1 
Death*a 1725 1 

Family

George Hayes b. 1655

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Ebenezer Dibble1

M, b. 26 September 1641, d. 19 December 1675
FatherThomas Deble1 b. c 1614, d. 17 Oct 1700
MotherMary Grant1 d. 14 May 1681
Baptism*26 Sep 1641 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Marriage*27 Oct 1663 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut; Principal=Mary Wakefield1 
Death*19 Dec 1675 died "in The Swamp Fight"

" ..he was killed in the Great Swamp Fight by the Narragansett Indians during King Philip's War, dying 19 Dec 1675, 34 years. The battle in which Ebenezer was killed was especially bloody. Forces from Plymouth and Massachusetts were present with the Connecticut Volunteers.

Ebenezer died insolvent, with debts exceeding his estate. The inventory of his estate is preserved at the Connecticut State Library at Hartford; it mentions widow Mary, and gives the names and ages of their seven children. The inventory was taken 11 Feb. 1676.

The following letter from a Mr. Jones to Governor Lute is indicative of the plight of Ebenezer's widow:
' Sir, I pray be pleased what you can to favor and further the bearer, the Widow Dibble, that her husband's estate may be settled. He was killed at the Swamp Fight, died in debt more than his estate. 'Twere a work of mercy to consider the poor widow and fatherless children'

-Dibble-Perry and Allied Families, CSL Sutro Library CS71.D544.19831 

Family

Mary Wakefield b. 21 Aug 1645, d. 24 Sep 1705

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Elizabeth Dibble1

F, b. circa 28 September 1707
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 13 May 1679, d. 1727
MotherElizabeth Leeds1 d. c 1728
Birth*c 28 Sep 1707 1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Hepsibah Dibble1

F, b. 17 December 1669
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 9 Feb 1642/43, d. 5 Mar 1708/9
MotherHepsibah Bartlett1 d. 7 Dec 1701
Birth*17 Dec 1669 1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Hepsibah Dibble1

F, b. 25 December 1642, d. 22 February 1697/98
FatherThomas Deble1 b. c 1614, d. 17 Oct 1700
MotherMary Grant1 d. 14 May 1681
Baptism*25 Dec 1642 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Married Name15 Apr 1664 Gibbs1 
Marriage*15 Apr 1664 Connecticut; Principal=Samuel Gibbs1 
Death*22 Feb 1697/98 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 

Family

Samuel Gibbs b. 1635, d. 8 Feb 1718/19

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Israel Dibble1

M, b. 29 August 1637, d. 12 December 1697
FatherThomas Deble1 b. c 1614, d. 17 Oct 1700
MotherMary Grant1 d. 14 May 1681
Birth*29 Aug 1637 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Marriage*28 Nov 1661 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut; Principal=Elizabeth Hull1 
Death*12 Dec 1697 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 

Family

Elizabeth Hull b. 18 Feb 1645/46, d. 25 Sep 1689

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Joanna Dibble1

F, b. 14 October 1672, d. 15 November 1711
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 9 Feb 1642/43, d. 5 Mar 1708/9
MotherHepsibah Bartlett1 d. 7 Dec 1701
Married Name Burt1 
Marriage* Principal=David Burt1 
Birth*14 Oct 1672 1 
Married Name23 Dec 1692 Adam1 
Marriage*23 Dec 1692 Principal=William Adam1 
Death*15 Nov 1711 1 

Family 1

David Burt

Family 2

William Adam

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Mindwell Dibble1

F, b. 17 February 1679/80
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 9 Feb 1642/43, d. 5 Mar 1708/9
MotherHepsibah Bartlett1 d. 7 Dec 1701
Birth*17 Feb 1679/80 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Residence*1702 of East Hampton1 
Married Name18 Mar 1701/2 Barnes1 
Marriage*18 Mar 1701/2 Principal=Thomas Barnes1 

Family

Thomas Barnes

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Miriam Dibble1

F, b. 15 February 1644/45, d. 18 April 1687
FatherThomas Deble1 b. c 1614, d. 17 Oct 1700
MotherMary Grant1 d. 14 May 1681
Birth*15 Feb 1644/45 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Baptism7 Dec 1645 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Married Name14 Dec 1676 Gillett1 
Marriage*14 Dec 1676 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut; Principal=Jonathan Gillett1 
Death*18 Apr 1687 1 

Family

Jonathan Gillett b. Dec 1634, d. 27 Feb 1697/98

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Patience Dibble1

F, b. 25 October 1683
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 9 Feb 1642/43, d. 5 Mar 1708/9
MotherHepsibah Bartlett1 d. 7 Dec 1701
Birth*25 Oct 1683 1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Samuel Dibble1

M, b. 13 May 1679, d. 1727
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 9 Feb 1642/43, d. 5 Mar 1708/9
MotherHepsibah Bartlett d. 7 Dec 1701
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Frank Valentine Hubbard
Note* Notes for Samuel Dibble:
This Samuel was of Windsor, Conn., East Hampton, L.I., Norwalk and Groton, Conn. He was in the latter place in 1717 and before Nov. 22, 1727 his wife, Elizabeth, was admitted to full communion in the First Congressional Church of Ledyard, Conn.
All descendants of Samuel spell the name Dabol as ordered by his son Nathan Dabol in his account book, preserved by the New London His. Soc.

Proof and connecting link in this line is found in Windsor, Conn. land records Vol. 6, p. 118 (June 24, 1732) Samuel Dibel of Groton sells to John Allen of Windsor land which formely belonged to Samuel Dibel, deceased grandfather, to me. Died young.1 
Marriage* Principal=Elizabeth Leeds1 
Birth*13 May 1679 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Death*1727 1 

Family

Elizabeth Leeds d. c 1728
Children

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Samuel Dibble1

M, b. 9 February 1642/43, d. 5 March 1708/9
FatherThomas Deble1 b. c 1614, d. 17 Oct 1700
MotherMary Grant1 d. 14 May 1681
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Frank Valentine Hubbard
Marriage* Principal=(?) Graves1 
Marriage* Principal=Francis Cranston1 
Birth*9 Feb 1642/43 1 
Marriage*21 Jun 1668 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut; Principal=Hepsibah Bartlett1 
Note*b 1683 of Long Island (when his daughter, Abigail m. George Hayes)1 
Death*5 Mar 1708/9 1 

Family 1

Francis Cranston

Family 2

(?) Graves

Family 3

Hepsibah Bartlett d. 7 Dec 1701
Children

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Samuel Dibble1

M, b. 13 April 1675, d. 8 April 1676
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 9 Feb 1642/43, d. 5 Mar 1708/9
MotherHepsibah Bartlett1 d. 7 Dec 1701
Birth*13 Apr 1675 1 
Death*8 Apr 1676 1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Samuel Dibble1

M, b. 7 May 1677
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 9 Feb 1642/43, d. 5 Mar 1708/9
MotherHepsibah Bartlett1 d. 7 Dec 1701
Death* apparently died young1 
Birth*7 May 1677 1 

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Thankful Dibble1

F, b. 19 June 1685, d. 11 February 1734/35
FatherSamuel Dibble1 b. 9 Feb 1642/43, d. 5 Mar 1708/9
MotherHepsibah Bartlett1 d. 7 Dec 1701
Birth*19 Jun 1685 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut1 
Married Name30 Jan 1705/6 Bronson1 
Marriage*30 Jan 1705/6 Wethersfield, Connecticut; Principal=Isaac Bronson1 
Married Name3 Jul 1719 Towsley1 
Marriage*3 Jul 1719 Suffield, Connecticut; Principal=John Towsley1 
Death*11 Feb 1734/35 1 

Family 1

Isaac Bronson

Family 2

John Towsley

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Abraham Dible1

M, b. circa 1620, d. 31 December 1690
FatherRobert Deeble1
Marriage* Principal=Lydia Tift1 
Birth*c 1620 1 
Death*31 Dec 1690 Suffield, Hartfield Co., Connecticut1 

Family

Lydia Tift b. 1648, d. 31 Dec 1690

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Elizabeth Diboll1

F, b. circa 31 October 1742
FatherJohn Daboll1 b. 15 Aug 1714, d. a 1782
MotherAbiah Luther1
Married Name Daboll1 
Marriage* Principal=Nathan Daboll1 
Birth*c 31 Oct 1742 1 

Family

Nathan Daboll b. 1750

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

T.L. Dickens1

M
Marriage* Bride=Cleo Blanche Moore 

Family

Cleo Blanche Moore b. 10 Sep 1900, d. 10 Jan 1964

Citations

  1. [S111] Marcia Price Gardner to Dixie Hansen. 28 November 2000, 113 Oak Ln, Cayce, SC 29033 (e-mail address).

Else Dideriksdatter1

F, b. circa 1560?, d. after 1600
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub (#1)
Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub (#2)
Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub (#3)
Birth*c 1560? 1 
Marriage*c 1580? Principal=Abel Olufssøn1 
Death*a 1600 1 

Family

Abel Olufssøn b. c 1552, d. 1627
Children

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), page 344-345.
  2. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), page 344.

Torbjørn Didrikson

M, b. 1728, d. 1800
Marriage* Bride=Mari Jacobsdotter1 
Birth*1728 Hatleviki, Fjøsne, Dale, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway1 
Death*1800 1 

Family

Mari Jacobsdotter b. 1727, d. 1781

Citations

  1. [S48] Lars E. Øyane, Gards- Og Ættesoge for Luster Kommune, Volume 3 - Dale 2 - og Nes Sokn. (Luster Kommune),.

Anna Regina Diener1

F
Married Name1 May 1714 Døderlein1 
Marriage*1 May 1714 Durlach, Baden; Principal=Alexander Døderlein1 

Family

Alexander Døderlein b. 23 May 1683

Citations

  1. [S600] Christiane Toenne, e-mail address., Toenne-Hemme-Kretzschmar-Offerman Families (Ancestry.com private family tree),.

(?) Dinsdale1

M
FatherJames Dinsdale1 b. 18 Nov 1848, d. 26 Dec 1928
MotherSara Ann Hooverson1 b. 2 May 1861, d. 25 Apr 1930
Burial* Forsest Hill Cemetery1 

Citations

  1. [S466] Sally Severson Dixie Hansen. 2004, e-mail address. Genealogy Register: Descendants of Harvard Person Nundal, 3 June 2004.

Alvina N. Dinsdale1

F, b. October 1885
FatherJames Dinsdale1 b. 18 Nov 1848, d. 26 Dec 1928
MotherSara Ann Hooverson1 b. 2 May 1861, d. 25 Apr 1930
Note* Kickapoo Scout: July 2, 1908: Miss Alvina Dinsdale visited M/M Tosten Hooverson.

March 26, 1908: Dr. James Dinsdale and daughter, Alvina are visiting friends at Ireton, IA, thenon to Running Water, Nebraska to visit relatives.

Feb 13 1908: Alvina and May Dinsdale visited their Uncle, John Hooverson 
Birth*Oct 1885 1 

Citations

  1. [S466] Sally Severson Dixie Hansen. 2004, e-mail address. Genealogy Register: Descendants of Harvard Person Nundal, 3 June 2004.

James Dinsdale1

M, b. 18 November 1848, d. 26 December 1928
Biography* History of Crawford County, Chapter 20: James Dinsdale, MD of Soldiers Grove, was born in Yorkshire, England, November 18, 1848. He came to this country and to Wisconsin the following year. Mr. Dinsdale attended the State University of Wisconsin during the winters of 1867, 1868 and 1869. In the fall of 1871, he entered Lawrence University at Appleton, Wisconsin. He graduated from this institution in 1875. He studied medicine the three following years, ending by a graduation at Rush Medical college in the spring of 1878. He then settled at Soldiers Grove, where he at once entered upon the practice of his profession and where he still resides.

Chapter 28: James Dinsdale was born November 18, 1848 in England and emigrated to the United States in 1849 with his parents, John and Tirzah Dinsdale. They first settled in Grant County, Wisconsin and in 1876, James taught school and read medicine under Dr. J. J. Leavitt of Fennimore, Wisconsin. In 1877 he attended the Rush Medical College at Chicago, Illinois, graduated in February 1878 and then came to Soldiers Grove and commenced the practice of medicine. He has since remained there enjoying a good practice, being the only physician in the village. The doctor now owns 240 acres of land on sections 9, 32, and 35, also a house and lot in the village of Soldiers Grove. In November, 1882, he was united in marriage to Sarah Hooverson, who was born in Crawford County, Wisconsin, May 2, 1861.
2 
Birth*18 Nov 1848 England1 
Education*1878 Physician 
Marriage*16 Nov 1882 Principal=Sara Ann Hooverson1 
Death*26 Dec 1928 Dane Co., Wisconsin1 
Burial* Forest Hill Cemetery, Crawford Co., Wisconsin1 

Family

Sara Ann Hooverson b. 2 May 1861, d. 25 Apr 1930
Children

Citations

  1. [S466] Sally Severson Dixie Hansen. 2004, e-mail address. Genealogy Register: Descendants of Harvard Person Nundal, 3 June 2004.
  2. [S466] Sally Severson Dixie Hansen. 2004, e-mail address. Genealogy Register: Descendants of Harvard Person Nundal, 3 June 2004 (Her source is the History of Crawford County).

T. May Dinsdale1

F, b. August 1888
FatherJames Dinsdale1 b. 18 Nov 1848, d. 26 Dec 1928
MotherSara Ann Hooverson1 b. 2 May 1861, d. 25 Apr 1930
Note* Kickapoo Scout, December 9, 1907: Miss May Dinsdale visiting in Yankeetown

May 21, 1909: Miss May Dinsdale and Miss Dena Hooverson guests at T. N. Sime home at LaFarge, Wisconsin.

August 20, 1908: Misses May Dinsdale and Ethel Bryan went to Valley City, North Dakota, where they expect to teach school.
1 
Birth*Aug 1888 1 

Citations

  1. [S466] Sally Severson Dixie Hansen. 2004, e-mail address. Genealogy Register: Descendants of Harvard Person Nundal, 3 June 2004.