Charles Wesley Doolittle decendants

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  • ID: I01911
  • Name: John Doolittle
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 14 JUN 1655 in New Haven, New Haven, CT
  • Death: 28 SEP 1746 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT
  • Baptism: 24 APR 1657 Rev John Davenport
  • Note:
    His mother died when he was early in childhood, and a few years later, his father having married again, the family moved to Wallingford. John was a farmer, and settled at Wallingford. The living at that day was very plain. There was but little sugar or molasses, and no tea, coffee or potatoes. Pumpkins and beans were abundant. Corn was their staff of life, and golden hasty pudding, rich johnny cake, with the good old dishes of samp and bean porridge were articles which daily graced their humble tables. They generally used rye flour or "rye and Indian" for making bread and procured their grist at Jo. Lathrop's mill on Wharton's brook in the south part of Wallingford. Monday was his grinding day, and the planters for miles around took their grain to him. Money was scarce and the following prices on produce were fixed by the General Assembly in 1700: Wheat 5s,6d abushel: Rye 3s a bushel: Pease3s: Corn 2s 6d a bushel: Biefe 40s per barrel: Pork L3 10s per barrel. Domestic aniamls were few. A good cow was worth L25-30 and a yoke of oxen L40.
    Marydied Sept. 1, 1710 and John Married Grace Blakesley, the widow of John (son of Samuel) Blakesley, who died at New Haven, 1713, leaving two sonsand a daughter. John Doolittle is named as one of the original proprierors of Wallinford. He drew lot number 37 in the division at Wallingford in 1889. The heirs of Samuel Brown convey lands at Wallingford to John Doolittle in 1694. His Property was listed at L45 in 1701. The date of his death is unkown.

    Father: Abraham Doolittle b: 2 AUG 1620 in Kidderminster,W,England
    Mother: Joanne Allen\Alling b: 12 OCT 1617 in Kempston, Co., Bedford, England

    Marriage 1 Mary Peck b: 4 NOV 1666 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT
    • Married: 3 FEB 1681/82 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT
    • Married: 13 FEB 1681/82 in New Haven, New Haven, CT
    1. Has Children Esther Doolittle b: 24 JAN 1682/83 in New Haven, New Haven, CT
    2. Has Children Samuel Doolittle b: 4 FEB 1684/85 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT
    3. Has No Children Sarah Doolittle b: 15 FEB 1685/86
    4. Has Children Thankful Doolittle b: 4 MAY 1688 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT
    5. Has Children Benjamin Doolittle b: 10 JUL 1695 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT
    6. Has No Children Mary Doolittle b: ABT 1702 in Wallingford, New Haven, Ct
    7. Has Children John Doolittle b: ABT 1704 in Wallingford, New Haven, Ct
    8. Has No Children Suzannah Doolittle b: 15 APR 1706
    9. Has No Children Eunice Doolittle b: 30 MAY 1709

    Marriage 2 Grace Ventrus
    • Married: 29 JAN 1716/17 in Wallingford, New Have, CT
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