MRS. JOHN BEAUMONT, maiden name unknown, was probably a Plymouth Colony woman and connected with the family of Daniel Rea in whose charge her son was placed.spouse: >Beaumont, John (~1612 - <1647)
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 10, Ed. 1, Tree #1543, Date of Import: 27 Oct 1999]spouse: >Allen, Elizabeth (1798 - 1849)
Henry spent his life as a farmer and operator of atavern in Enfield. He participated actively in his community's improvement. He was a promotor of the stage line between Harford and Springfield, and originator of the Union Agricultural Society of Enfield and surrounding towns, and one of the foremost fund raisers for the erection of the Congregatonal Church in Enfield.
Huldah Abbe and her descendant information was obtained from DAR records, Volume 96, p. 55, DAR ID#95161.spouse: >Allen, Issac (1768 - 1797)
Jeduthan Abbe served in the Revolutionary War as a Quarter Master Sargeant. His wife drew a pension for a number of years. (Source: Abbe family history. He is researched and authenticated by the Daughters of American Revolution (DAR). Various sources indicated different spellings of the name. May be Anney, Abbe, Abbye, etc. A through record of the Abbe ancestors and descendants are contained on the Brøderbund World Family Tree, Volume 6, Pedigree #1439.spouse: >Bement, Lucrecia (1755 - 1845)
The ancestors of Mary Abbe are available on the World Family Tree, CD #3, Pedigree #3476.spouse: >Bement, Dennis (1711 - 1789)
Richard Abbe served as lieutenant of militia in the Lexington Alarm, as ensign of the Connecticut Continental Line, 1777, and resigned, 1778. He was appointed by the Assembly, 1779, captain of the Third Company trainband of the 19th Connecticut militia. He was born in Enfield, CT, where he died. (DAR #22403, Vol. 23, p. 383)spouse: >Bement, Mary (1738 - 1821)
Richard Abbe, Jr. and his descendant information was obtained from DAR records, Volume 100, p. 128, DAR ID#99406.spouse: >Stevenson, Lydia (~1759 - )
RICHARD ABBE, JR. was the son a Mary Bement. There are several Mary Bements in the Bement Chronicles that are not attached to a spouse. Most likely she is in fact one of those individuals.spouse: >Olmsted, Sally (1791 - 1835)
The following was found engraved into the benches surrounding the statue of Lt. Thomas Abbey (1686-1759), at Enfield, CT.spouse: >Fairfield, Sarah (1655 - 1742)
"Thomas Abbey 1656 - 1728. Soldier in King Philip's War in Captain Appleton's Company - wounded at the taking of the Indian fort in the great swamp fight at Narragansett, R.I. Dec. 19, 1675 -- one of the first settlers in Enfield 1683 --married Sarah Fairfield, daughter of Walter Fairfield, representative of Wenham in the general court of Massachusetts 1687 -- grandfather of John Fairfield, an original proprietor of Wenham, Massachusetts".
Imported from Brøderbund World Family Tree, Volume 3, Pedigree #3476 and #3876.
Thomas Abbe and his descendant information was obtained from DAR records, Volume 95, p. 239, DAR ID#94860.spouse: >Parsons, Lydia (1764 - 1836)
KH: 10-5-95; SLC # 0929494 < YR 1700