Randall and Allied Families

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RANDALL and ALLIED FAMILIES
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  • ID: I2863
  • Name: Thomas Upson , Immigrant Ancestor
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1617 in Village of Stonham Aspall, Bosmere Parish (Suffolk) England
  • Death: 19 JUL 1655 in Farmington Settlement, Connecticut Colony
  • Burial: UNKNOWN Memento Mori Cemetery in Farmington, Connecticut
  • Note:

    1638c: Thomas Upson is found in Hartford.
    1639, January 3: His name appears in the town book of Hartford as one who has land and is allowed to keep swine and fetch wood. He owned several parcels of land. It is possible that some of his older children were born in England.
    1639, August 1: In court records, Thomas is fined 20 shillings for unreasonable and immoderate drinking at the Pinnace.
    1640c: Thomas Upson became an original proprietor of the town of Farmington. (Research of Pat Thomas, WorldConnect]
    1655, July 19: Thomas Upson died at Farmington, Connecticut.
    "The Upson family in America" compiled by the Upson Family Association of America; p. 7; The Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Company; New Haven, Connecticut; 1940 (929.2 UP7U ACPL)

    1655, July 19: "Thomas Upson ended his Natterall Life . . . "
    "Appendix to the Hickok Genealogy" by Charles Nelson Hickok, Ph.B.; The Tuttle Publishing Company, Incorporated; p. 5; Rutland; 1939 (HeritageQuest)

    Additional Resources:
    1) "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" compiled by Clarence Almon Torrey; p. 764; The Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc.; Baltimore, Maryland; 1985 (974.0 NEa/Marriage SCGS)




    Marriage 1 Alicia (a) Pratt b: 1615 in Village of Stevenage, Parish of Hitchin (Hertfordshire) England
    • Married: 1635 in Village of Stonham Aspall, Bosmere Parish (Suffolk) England
    • Note:
      * Thomas Upson married (unknown) wife, probably in England. Children: 1) Mary (see below) and 2) Thomas; died December 9, 1672 at Saybrook, Connecticut.
      "The Upson family in America" compiled by the Upson Family Association of America; p. 7; The Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Company; New Haven, Connecticut; 1940 (929.2 UP7U ACPL)
    Children
    1. Has Children Mary Upson b: 1645 in Mattatuck Plantation, Farmington Settlement, Connecticut Colony

    Marriage 2 Elizabeth (b) Fuller b: 4 APR 1626 in Village of Fairstead, Witham Parish (Essex) England
    • Married: 23 JAN 1645/46 in Hartford Settlement, Connecticut Colony
    • Note:
      1646, January 23: Thomas Upson married (2nd) Elizabeth Fuller at Hartford Settlement, Connecticut Colony. Children, born at Farmington, Connecticut: 1) Hannah (see below); 2) Elizabeth died July 20, 1655 at Farmington, Connecticut and 3) Stephen (see below).
      "The Upson Family in America" compiled by the Upson Family Association of America; p. 7; The Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Company; New Haven, Connecticut; 1940 (929.2 UP7U ACPL)

      Additional Resources:
      1) "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" compiled by Clarence Almon Torrey; p. 764; The Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc.; Baltimore, Maryland; 1985 (974.0 NEa/Marriage SCGS)
    Children
    1. Has Children Hannah Upson b: 1648 in Farmington Settlement, Connecticut Colony
    2. Has Children Stephen (1) Upson , Sergeant b: 1655 in Farmington Settlement, Connecticut Colony

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