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Descendants & collateral families of 1630 immigrant William Chesebrough
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  • ID: I15013
  • Name: George Hazard "Hazard" Perry , Sr 1 2 3
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 4 JAN 1757 in South Kingston, Washington County, RI 4
  • Death: 22 FEB 1825 in Lee, Oneida County, NY 5
  • Burial: Lee, Oneida County, NY 5
  • Note:

    1. In secondary records this man was referred to as "Hazard" Perry. His kinsman Hazard of John of Charlestown also married an Abigail, but somewhat later, 1800, so there may be some confusion in the records. It appears, however, that Georg e Hazard and his wife went to New York State. The 1790 census of Whitestown, Montgomery Co., New York, had a household headed by George H. Perry. Biographies of Dr. George Hazard Perry give his birthplace as Whitestown, NY, so it is likel y that this family lived there.

    Abigail Chesebrough's sister Mary married Gideon Babcock. They had Richard, b. 18 Apr. 1781, who married Mary C. Perry. The "Babcock Genealogy" says that she was Mary Christopher Perry, daughter of "Hazard and Abigail", born and died in So . Brookfield, NY.

    The 1850 census of NY, Lee township, Oneida Co., lists a Freeman Perry, farmer, age 54, born NY. No wife is shown, but son Gideon, age 21, daughter Mary, 18, and son Samuel, 14, are listed. Next door is the household of George Perry, age 30 , born NY, wife Mary and three young sons. There are only two other Freeman Perrys in the 1850 NY census, one born in MA, age 47, and the other born in NY, age 25.

    The will of Freeman (3), dated 1810 says, "....if my son George Hazard Perry doth remain with me." The entry in Nailer Tom's Diary for 1 July 1814 (Freeman (3) died Oct 1813) reports Hazard Perry, "sett off for the New Country."

    All of this suggest that George Hazard and his wife went to Montgomery Co., NY, shortly after their marriage, ca 1786. Some of their children were born there. They returned to South Kingston, perhaps around 1800, and then went back to NY st ate in 1814. In 1809 Freeman Perry transferred land to George H. and in May 1814 Poladore Gardner sold land in South Kingston to George Hazard.

    George left numerous descendants in Kentucky and Manhattan, Kansas.
  • Reference Number: 15071



    Father: Freeman Perry b: 23 JAN 1732/33 in South Kingston, Washington County, RI
    Mother: Mercy Hazard b: 21 JAN 1739/40 in North Kingston, Washington County, RI

    Marriage 1 Abigail Chesebrough b: 26 JAN 1761 in New London, New London County, CT
    • Married: 11 JUN 1786 in Preston, New London County, CT 6
    Children
    1. Has No Children John Christopher Perry b: 4 JUL 1787 in South Kingston, Washington County, RI
    2. Has No Children George Hazard Perry Jr b: 14 JUN 1789 in South Kingston, Washington County, RI
    3. Has Children Mary Christophers Perry b: 3 APR 1792 in South Kingston, Washington County, RI
    4. Has Children Freeman Perry b: 4 FEB 1795 in South Brookfield, Madison County, NY
    5. Has No Children Harry Chesebrough Perry b: 2 FEB 1798 in South Kingston, Washington County, RI
    6. Has Children Gideon Babcock Perry b: 11 OCT 1800 in South Kingston, Washington County, RI

    Sources:
    1. Author: Anna Chesebrough Wildey
      Title: ''Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough, Founder of Stonington, Ct.'' (Larry Chesebro's personal file)
      Publication: Name: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903; Location: Chesebro' Reference Material;
      Note:
      Source Medium: Book

      None
      Excellent

      Page: pages 326 and 428
    2. Author: Frederic W. Bailey
      Title: Early Connecticut Marriages Prior to 1800: As Found on Ancient Church Records Prior to 1800
      Publication: Name: 7 vols. New Haven, Conn.: Bureau of American Ancestry, 1896- 1906.; Location: Chesebro' Reference Material;
      Note:
      Source Medium: Book

      None
      Excellent

      Page: page 50
    3. Author: Alexander "Sandy" Perry Scott
      Title: Scott (Alexander) Family Records
      Publication: Name: 1999; Location: Chesebrough Source File and GEDCOM;
      Note:
      Source Medium: Letter

      4317 Polk Street,
      Houston, TX 77023-1823
      713 921-0964
      ascott@cadcom.net (home) - sandy.scott@stoneweb.com (work)
      Excellent
    4. Title: ? Place Rec: South Kingston, Washington County, RI
      Author: Place Rec Id [P160]
      Note:
      Source Type: Place Details
    5. Title: ? Place Rec: Lee, Oneida County, NY
      Author: Place Rec Id [P4079]
      Note:
      Source Type: Place Details
    6. Title: ? Place Rec: Preston, New London County, CT
      Author: Place Rec Id [P68]
      Note:
      Source Type: Place Details

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