Joanna Bishop

F, (1623 - 1671)
     Joanna Bishop was born in 1623 at England. She was the daughter of John Bishop and Anne Elizabeth Stevens. Joanna Bishop died in 1671.
Last Edited=15 Sep 2016

John Bishop1

M, (10 April 1729 - 3 April 1807)
     John Bishop was born on 10 April 1729 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.2 He was the son of John Bishop and Abigail Spinning. He married Hannah Hodgkin at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 1 November 1753.1,3 John Bishop died on 3 April 1807 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 77.2 He was buried at Hammonassett Cemetery, at Madison, New Haven County, CT, USA.

     John's marriage to Hannah Hodgkin is described in NEGHG, Talcott and the John Bishop Genealogy. The Bishop Genealogy list all of their children and their birth dates.
Last Edited=6 Jan 2014

Children of John Bishop and Hannah Hodgkin

Citations

  1. [S23] William Whitney Cone, Descendants of John Bishop, One of the Founders of Guilford, CT.
  2. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.
  3. [S162] Lucius Barnes Barbour, Guilford Vital Records, Vol 16, 1639 - 1850, vol 2, pg 68, married by Rev Thomas Ruggles MG.

John Bishop

M, (3 September 1756 - 25 October 1848)
     John Bishop was born on 3 September 1756 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. This birth date and location confirmed by his Revolutionary War Pension application. He was the son of John Bishop and Hannah Hodgkin. John Bishop was a Private, andserved in Capt Oliver Gray's Company, Col John Ely's 6th Regt. of the CT Line, during the Revolutionary War. He married Irene Bartlett at New Haven County, CT, USA. John Bishop died on 25 October 1848 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 92. The War Department answered an inquiry from a descendent by saying that they did not have a death date in their files but his last pension payment was made in September 1848.. He was buried at Hammonassett Cemetery, at Madison, New Haven County, CT, USA.
Last Edited=21 Sep 2017

Family: John Bishop and Irene Bartlett

John Bishop

M, (12 August 1692 - 28 January 1752)
     John Bishop was born on 12 August 1692 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 He was the son of John Bishop and Elizabeth Hitchcock. He married Abigail Spinning at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 1 July 1719.1 John Bishop died on 28 January 1752 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 59.1 He was buried at Hammonassett Cemetery, at Madison, New Haven County, CT, USA.
Last Edited=6 Jan 2014

Children of John Bishop and Abigail Spinning

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

John Bishop1,2

M, (1580 - 7 February 1661/62)
     John Bishop was born in 1580 at England. Internet Postings. Several say Lenham, Kent, England but there is no evidence of this location or date. He married Anne Elizabeth Stevens at England in 1610. Source Information:

Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
Original data: This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. Originally, the information was derived from an array of materials including pedigree charts, family history articles, querie. This source

Description:
This database contains marriage record information for approximately 1,400,000 individuals from across all 50 United States and 32 different countries around the world between 1560 and 1900. These records, which include information on over 500 years of marriages, were extracted from family group sheets, electronic databases, biographies, wills, and other sources. This source only gives the name Annie; no surname.

Families of Early Guilford Connecticut compiled by Alvan Talcott. Edited and Prepared for Publication by Jacquelyn L. Ricker. Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. 198 4. p. 76

John Bishop married Anne ( ) [Stevens written in] who died April 1676. Lived in Guildford, Conn. 1639. John died Feb 1661.. John Bishop died on 7 February 1661/62 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. He was buried at Village Green, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.

     In the latter part of April 1639, twenty-five men with their families took passage in the vessel St. John, Captain Russel commanding, which sailed from London in search of a home in the new world. these families were members of Rev. Henry Whitfield's company, nearly all of whom came from counties Surrey, Sussex and Kent, England. At sea, on June 1, 1639, twenty-five members of the company signed a covenant, the original copy of which is in the Harvard College Library.

Whitfiel's ministry had become "obnoxious to Archbishop Laud and other church men". He gave up his position in the national church of his native land and with kindred spirits found freedom of religion in the new world.

The destination for these men and their families was Quinnipiac, now known as New Haven, Connecticut, where they arrived about the tenth of September. Away upon the wide and stormy sea, out of sight of England, from which most of them had parted forever, they began to feel more thoroughly their mutual dependence upon each other and the necessity of keeping their little company unbroken, and accordingly, after having been about ten days on their voyage, they drew up and signed their plantation covenant, pledging to stand by and not desert each other in the new land in which they were about to enter. The following is a copy of the covenant.

"We, whose names are undersigned, intending by God's gracious permission to plant ourselves in New England and if it may be, the the southern part, about Quinnipiac, we do faithfully promise to each other for ourselves and our families and those that belong to us, set down and join ourselves together in one coon entire plantation, and to be helpful each to the other in any common work according to every man's ability, and as need shall require, and we promise not to desert or leave each other, or the plantation but with the consent of the rest of the greater part of the company who have entered into this agreement. As to our gathering together, in that way, we do refer ourselves until such time as it will please God to settle us in our destination. In witness whereof we subscribe our names this first day of June, 1639. Robert Kitchell, John Bishop, Frances Buschnell, William Chittenden, William Lette, Thomas Jones, John Gordon, William Stone, John Hoadley, John Stone, William Plane, Robert Guttridge, John Housego, William Dudly, John Mepham, Thomas Norton, Henry Witfield, Abraham Cruttenden, Frances Chatfield, William Halle, Thomas Naish, Henry Kingsnorth, Henry Doude, Thomas Cooke, John Permerly"

John Bishop was the second to sign the covenant. "We was one of the most prominent men in the colony and appears to have been a citizen of stable and trustworthy quality of character; a public servant whose faithfulness and good judgement could be dependant upon" (Benton Genealogy)

"My fathers and brethren, this is never to be forgotten, that our New England is originally a plantation for religion and not a plantation of trade".

Only four persons were trusted with Civil Power; Robert Kitchell, William Chittenden, John Bishop and William Lette. These families landed at Quinnipiac about the tenth of September and remained there until arrangement had been made for their settlement at the Indian Village of Menunkatuck, about sixteen miles east of Quinnipiac, which latter place had been settled by a colony from England the previous year.

Three different tribes of Indians laid claim to the land an Menunkatuck and the company was therefore obliged to purchase these land from each tribe; Shampishuh, the Sachem Squaw of a branch of a tribe tributary to the Mohawks on Sept 20, 1642 and from Uncus, chief of a branch of the Mohegan tribe on Dec. 17, 1641.

On the 29th of September, 1639, at a meeting held in a barn in Quinnipiac, it was agreed that the six planters in whose manes the deed for the lands should be drawn would be Henry Whitfield, Robert Kitchell, William Chittenden, John Bishop, and William Lette. "And it also agreed that the civil power of the administration of the preservation of peace shall be and remain in the hands of Robert Kitchelll, William Chittenden, John Bishop and William Lette".

It will be seen from these extract of the proceedings of this meeting that John Bishop, our ancestor, was made a trustee of this community land and also a justice of the peace, which offices he held until a church was organized four years later to take over these offices, thus uniting church and state.

A church was formed June, 163, which took over the civil duties of the for persons above mentioned. At the same time the following action was taken; "We do not, therefor, all and everyone of us. order and include that only such persons. as are members of the church here shall be 'freemen' and that such freemen shall have the power to elect magistrates, deputies, and all other offices of public trust and responsibility". this church was of the congregational denomination and it will be seen from the above action that none but members of that church could exercise political rights, as we consider them now.

A month or so after this church was formed, the colony joined the New Haven colony, at which time the name of the plantation was changed from Menunkatuck to Guilford, supposedly named for Guilford, England.

It is believed that the birthplace of John Bishop was England. He brought with him his wife and several children. He was a farmer by occupation and owned a large tract of land in Menunkatuck, besides his hoe lot of seven acres. He was not made a "freeman" until 1647. He was about fifty years old when he came to America as he had five grandchildren born to him before he came to America. He was a prominent and useful citizen, was one of the trustees for the purchase of the land fro the Indians and quite often mentioned in the town records (p449) and Guilford records (booa A, p185). His exact birth date is not known and the exact maiden name of his wife is not known, nor is the date and place of her birth. He died in 1660. Anne died at the home of her son-in-law, James Steele, in Hartford, Connecticut, April 1676. The children of this couple were Mary, who married George Hubbard, died Sept. 14 1675, Anne who married John Gordon, then Thomas Clarke, died Jan 3, 1672. John who married Susannah Goldham, died October 1683. Bethia who married James Steele, died January 1676. Stephen who married Tabatha Wilkinson, died June 1660 and Sarah who married George Chatfield, died September 30, 1657.

Taken From "Once Upon a Time, A Record of Anne and John Bishop and Their Descentants 1639 to 1995" by Mary Lavinia Ruffner-Tittle.
Last Edited=14 Apr 2017

Children of John Bishop and Anne Elizabeth Stevens

Citations

  1. [S387] New Haven Colonial Records, pg 449.
  2. [S162] Lucius Barnes Barbour, Guilford Vital Records, Vol 16, 1639 - 1850, Bk A, pg 185.

John Bishop

M, (1 February 1654 - 25 November 1731)
     John Bishop was born on 1 February 1654 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 He was the son of John Bishop Jr. and Susannah Goldham. He married Elizabeth Hitchcock at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 3 July 1689.1 He married Mary Johnson at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 18 November 1713.1 John Bishop died on 25 November 1731 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 77.1 He was buried at Village Green, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.
Last Edited=16 Aug 2016

Children of John Bishop and Elizabeth Hitchcock

Children of John Bishop and Mary Johnson

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

John Bishop Jr.

M, (1625 - October 1683)
     John Bishop Jr. was born in 1625 at England. He was the son of John Bishop and Anne Elizabeth Stevens. He married Susannah Goldham at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA, on 13 December 1650.1 John Bishop Jr. died in October 1683 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT.1 He was buried at Village Green, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.

     According to the Descendants of John Bishop, he came with his parents to America in 1639. The date and place of his birth is not known. John was rated a freeman in 1650. He was raised in the east part of town, now called Madison.
     Other internet records show him born in Guilford in 1625.2
Last Edited=2 Jun 2016

Children of John Bishop Jr. and Susannah Goldham

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford, p 76.
  2. [S23] William Whitney Cone, Descendants of John Bishop, One of the Founders of Guilford, CT.

Jonathan Bishop

M, (8 November 1699 - 1744)
     Jonathan Bishop was born on 8 November 1699 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 He was the son of John Bishop and Elizabeth Hitchcock. Jonathan Bishop died in 1744 at Litchfield County, CT, USA.
Last Edited=2 Sep 2015

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Lucy Bishop

F, (4 September 1774 - 19 July 1852)
     Lucy Bishop was born on 4 September 1774 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. This date and location come from bible records in the Samuel Collins Revolutionary War Pension files. Betsey and Lucy were twins.1,2 She was the daughter of Hon. Nathaniel Bishop and Ruth Bartlett. Lucy Bishop married Noah Lyman Jr. on 12 November 1795 at Richmond, Berkshire County, MA, USA. Married by Rev David Perry..1 She married Asa Bement at Newark Valley, Tioga County, NY, USA, on 18 October 1815. Married by Rev. Jerimiah Osborn..2,1 Lucy died on 19 July 1852 at Newark Valley, Tioga County, NY, at age 77.2 She was buried at Hope Cemetery, at Newark Valley, Tioga County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=24 May 2008

Children of Lucy Bishop and Noah Lyman Jr.

Child of Lucy Bishop and Asa Bement

Citations

  1. [S744] Bishop Family Bible Records.
  2. [S45] W. B. Gay, Historical Gazetteer of Tioga County, NY 1785-1888, pg 208.

Mary Bishop

F, (28 September 1652 - 1 November 1703)
     Mary Bishop was born on 28 September 1652 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 She was the daughter of John Bishop Jr. and Susannah Goldham. She married John Hodgkin at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 4 April 1670. Guilford Vital Records, married by William Leete..2,3 She married Isaac Johnson at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 16 July 1682.4 She married Unknown Field at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, in 1687.5 Mary Bishop died on 1 November 1703 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 51. She was buried at Village Green, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.

     The marriage was performed by William Leete and is recorded in Guilford Vital Records. Based on the date that John became a Freeman, he must have been at least 37 years old at the time of his marriage. This seems an unusually old age for a first marriage, but no earlier marriage has been found.
     Mary Bishop was the daughter of John Bishop Jr. and Susannah Golham. Her fraternal grandfather, John Bishop, was a signer of the Guilford Covenant and her maternal grandfather, Henry Goldham, may also have been a signer, as he was known to be in Guilford in 1648, but due to "defects in the records" some signers are not known. After the death of John, Mary married twice again. First, on 16 July 1682 to Isaac Johnson and second, after the death of Isaac to Mr. Field on 28 October 1687. Records show widow "Marah" giving John's land to sons Joseph and Thomas.6
Last Edited=16 Aug 2016

Children of Mary Bishop and John Hodgkin

Children of Mary Bishop and Isaac Johnson

Family: Mary Bishop and Unknown Field

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford, p 76.
  2. [S3] Bernard Christian Steiner, History of Guilford & Madison Connecticut, pg 281.
  3. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford, pg 647.
  4. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford, pg 706.
  5. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford, p 647.
  6. [S162] Lucius Barnes Barbour, Guilford Vital Records, Vol 16, 1639 - 1850, vol A, pg 67.

Mary Bishop

F, (15 November 1694 - 27 September 1752)
     Mary Bishop was born on 15 November 1694 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Bishop and Mary Hall. Mary Bishop married Abraham Parmelee, son of Isaac Parmelee and Elizabeth Hiland, on 10 December 1715 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT.1 Mary Bishop died on 27 September 1752 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 57. She was buried at Old North Cemetery, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.
Last Edited=16 Aug 2016

Family: Mary Bishop and Abraham Parmelee

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Mary Bishop

F, (1610 - 14 September 1675)
     Mary Bishop was born in 1610 at England. She was the daughter of John Bishop and Anne Elizabeth Stevens. Mary Bishop died on 14 September 1675 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. She was buried at Village Green, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. Wife of George Hubbard.
Last Edited=14 Apr 2017

Mary (Mercy) Bishop

F, (4 August 1717 - )
     Mary (Mercy) Bishop was born on 4 August 1717 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Bishop and Abigail Witmoor.
Last Edited=30 Mar 2017

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Mercy Bishop

F, (7 May 1722 - 3 December 1793)
     Mercy Bishop was born on 7 May 1722 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. She was the daughter of John Bishop and Mary Johnson. Mercy Bishop died on 3 December 1793 at age 71.
Last Edited=23 Nov 2007

Nathaniel Bishop

M, (1666 - 1 May 1714)
     Nathaniel Bishop was born in 1666 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 He was the son of John Bishop Jr. and Susannah Goldham. Nathaniel Bishop married Sarah Granis on 28 April 1690 at Watertown, Litchfield County, CT, USA. He married Mercy Hughes at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 9 February 1693. Nathaniel Bishop died on 1 May 1714 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT. He was buried at Village Green, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.
Last Edited=2 Jun 2016

Family: Nathaniel Bishop and Sarah Granis

Children of Nathaniel Bishop and Mercy Hughes

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Nathaniel Bishop

M, (26 October 1783 - 11 November 1869)
     Nathaniel Bishop was born on 26 October 1783 at Richmond, Berkshire County, MA, USA. Compiler not sure from bible records whether this is 1783 or 1793.1 He was the son of Hon. Nathaniel Bishop and Ruth Bartlett. Nathaniel Bishop died on 11 November 1869 at Broome County, NY, USA, at age 86. Date from the Pittsfield Sun Nov 21 1869. The 1870 Census Mortality Tables confirms this date..
Last Edited=22 Sep 2017

Citations

  1. [S744] Bishop Family Bible Records, The third number in the year is very unusual and could be a partial eight or a nine.

Nathaniel Bishop

M, (6 May 1704 - 11 April 1778)
     Nathaniel Bishop was born on 6 May 1704 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. He was the son of John Bishop and Elizabeth Hitchcock. Nathaniel Bishop died on 11 April 1778 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 73. He was buried at Old Durham Cemetery, at Durham, Middlesex County, CT, USA.
Last Edited=22 Sep 2017

Nathaniel Bishop

M, (17 November 1693 - 24 September 1769)
     Nathaniel Bishop was born on 17 November 1693 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 He was the son of Nathaniel Bishop and Mercy Hughes. Nathaniel Bishop married Abigail Stone circa 1723 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT. Nathaniel Bishop died on 24 September 1769 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 75. He was buried at West Side Cemetery, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.
Last Edited=1 Dec 2016

Child of Nathaniel Bishop and Abigail Stone

Citations

  1. [S17] Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour Collection Connecticut Town Birth Records pre 1870.

Hon. Nathaniel Bishop

M, (13 June 1751 - 1 February 1826)
     Hon. Nathaniel Bishop was born on 13 June 1751 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. Family bible records written in New System give the date as June 13 1751.1,2 He was the son of Beriah Bishop and Lucy Morse. He married Ruth Bartlett at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 29 September 1773.1 Hon. Nathaniel Bishop was a 1st Lieut., andserved in Capt. Nathaniel Webb's Company, Col. John Durkee's Regt. of the CT Line, during the Revolutionary War. He married Nancy Pomeroy on 2 March 1797 at Middletown, Middlesex County, CT, USA. Married by Rev Enoch Huntington..1 Hon. Nathaniel Bishop married Sarah (Sally) Landon in April 1798 at Salisbury, Litchfield County, CT, USA. Married by Adonjah Strong Esq..1 Hon. Nathaniel Bishop died on 1 February 1826 at Richmond, Berkshire County, MA, USA, at age 74. He was buried at Center Cemetery, at Richmond, Berkshire County, MA, USA.

     Son of Beriah and Lucy Bishop. Married Ruth Bartlett, daughter of Hooker Bartlett and wife Ruth Parmelee, on September 29, 1773 in Guilford, Connecticut. They had seven children: Lucy; Elizabeth; Beriah; Beriah; Hooker; Nathaniel; Henry. Wife Ruth died 15 days after the birth of her son Henry.

Nathaniel Bishop married second wife Nancy Pomeroy on March 2, 1797 in Middletown, Connecticut. They had one son, Pomeroy. Nancy died ten days after his birth.

Nathaniel married third wife Sally Landon, daughter of Ezekiel and Azuba Landon, April 1798 in Salisbury, Connecticut.

Nathaniel Bishop has been recognized by the Daughters of the American Revolution as a Patriot because of his patriotic service as a Representative in the Massachusetts State Legislature. You can find more information on him by going to the national DAR website and ordering his record, Ancestor #A010474.
Last Edited=22 Sep 2017

Children of Hon. Nathaniel Bishop and Ruth Bartlett

Family: Hon. Nathaniel Bishop and Nancy Pomeroy

Family: Hon. Nathaniel Bishop and Sarah (Sally) Landon

Citations

  1. [S744] Bishop Family Bible Records.
  2. [S163]

Prudence Bishop

F, (4 August 1754 - 25 February 1834)
     Prudence was born at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA, on 4 August 1754.1 She was the daughter of John Bishop and Hannah Hodgkin. She married Saul Foster at Madison, New Haven County, CT, USA, in 1773. Prudence died on 25 February 1834 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 79. Wife of Saul Foster.
Last Edited=21 Sep 2017

Children of Prudence Bishop and Saul Foster

Citations

  1. [S144] Edmund West, Gene Pool Individual Records.

Prudence Bishop

F, (25 July 1722 - )
     Prudence Bishop was born on 25 July 1722 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. She was the daughter of John Bishop and Abigail Spinning.
Last Edited=24 Feb 2008

Rachel Bishop

F, (1761 - 24 January 1853)
     Rachel Bishop was born in 1761 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. She was the daughter of John Bishop and Hannah Hodgkin. She married William Bailey at Madison, New Haven County, CT, USA, on 8 December 1781. John Bishop says that they were married at his father's house by the Rev. Jonathan Todd. Marriage date comes from their Pension File.. Rachel Bishop married Samuel Goodsell on 5 August 1827 at Burlington, Hartford County, CT, USA. Marriage date from the William Bailey Revolutionary War Pension file.. Rachel Bishop died on 24 January 1853 at Madison, New Haven County, CT.1 She was buried at Hammonassett Cemetery, at Madison, New Haven County, CT, USA.

     Rachel Bishop, according to the Bishop Genealogy married William Bailey (born 3 September 1763) who served in the Revolutionary War under Capt. Daniel Hand, Col. Talcott's Regt in 1776, and then on 26 May, 1777 in Capt. Humphrey's Co., 2nd CT Line.
Last Edited=10 Jan 2015

Children of Rachel Bishop and William Bailey

Family: Rachel Bishop and Samuel Goodsell

Citations

  1. [S1253] Index.

Rachel Bishop

F, (9 December 1748 - 21 December 1816)
     Rachel Bishop was born on 9 December 1748 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. She married Zebulon Hale at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 15 September 1768.1 Rachel Bishop died on 21 December 1816 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 68.
Last Edited=10 Mar 2008

Children of Rachel Bishop and Zebulon Hale

Citations

  1. [S17] Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour Collection Connecticut Town Birth Records pre 1870.

Rachel Bishop

F, (29 May 1704 - )
     Rachel Bishop died at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. Death date unknown. She was born on 29 May 1704 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Bishop and Mary Hall. Rachel Bishop was buried at Village Green, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. Wife of Hiland Hall.
Last Edited=22 Sep 2017

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Rachel Bishop

F, (23 February 1727 - 1 December 1750)
     Rachel Bishop was born on 23 February 1727 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 She was the daughter of John Bishop and Abigail Spinning. Rachel Bishop died on 1 December 1750 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 23.1
Last Edited=24 Feb 2008

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Samuel Bishop

M, (28 October 1670 - 17 February 1753)
     Samuel Bishop was born on 28 October 1670 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 He was the son of John Bishop Jr. and Susannah Goldham. He married Abigail Witmoor at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 20 April 1697.1 Samuel Bishop died on 17 February 1753 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 82.1 He was buried at Alderbrook Cemetery, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.
Last Edited=16 Aug 2016

Children of Samuel Bishop and Abigail Witmoor

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Samuel Bishop

M, (14 March 1699 - 30 March 1762)
     Samuel Bishop was born on 14 March 1699 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 He was the son of Samuel Bishop and Abigail Witmoor. Samuel Bishop died on 30 March 1762 at Morris, Litchfield County, CT, USA, at age 63.
Last Edited=15 Sep 2016

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Sarah Bishop

F, (22 January 1674 - 12 May 1712)
     Sarah Bishop was born on 22 January 1674 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 She was the daughter of John Bishop Jr. and Susannah Goldham. Sarah Bishop died on 12 May 1712 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 38.1 She was buried at Village Green, at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.

     She remained unmarried.
Last Edited=16 Aug 2016

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Sarah Bishop

F, (28 August 1716 - 14 January 1742)
     Sarah Bishop was born on 28 August 1716 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Bishop and Abigail Witmoor. Sarah Bishop died on 14 January 1742 at Salisbury, Litchfield County, CT, USA, at age 25. Wife of James Landon.
Last Edited=1 Oct 2017

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Sarah Bishop

F, (1628 - 30 September 1657)
     Sarah Bishop was born in 1628 at England. She was the daughter of John Bishop and Anne Elizabeth Stevens. Sarah Bishop died on 30 September 1657 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. She was buried at Old Killingworth Cemetery, at Killingworth, Middlesex County, CT, USA. Wife of George Chatfield.
Last Edited=1 Oct 2017