North American DNA Project Bill Brockett - The Broket Archive

The Broket DNA Project — North American participants

The ancestry of Bill (William Leroy) Brockett 1925-2008

Bill in the 1940s

In the wider Broket DNA project Bill is in Genetic Group 3.1

This page provides:

+++1. Evidence of Bill’s ancestry
++++++1st generation
++++++2nd generation
++++++3rd generation
++++++4th generation
++++++5th generation
++++++6th generation
++++++7th generation
++++++8th generation
++++++9th generation
+++2. Some analysis of Richard’s Y-DNA results

Purpose:+Read More


Quotations:+Read More

1. Evidence for each generation

1st generation: Bill (William Leroy) Brockett 1925-2008

1925: 19 Oct. William Leroy was born at 476 Quinnipiac St, New Haven.2 The Record says his father was Rich. L Brockett, of New Haven, born New Haven, Painter, aged 32,; mother Anna F WELCH, aged 30 b New Haven; 4 children born, still living.

1930: The census (2 Apr) recorded William L, aged 4, born in CT, at home with his parents in New Haven.3

1940: The census (2 Apr) recorded William L, aged 14, born in CT, at home with his parents in New Haven.4

1951: William Leroy married Constance Police in New Haven on 12 May 1951.

Bill and Connie Brockett in the 1950s

Bill and Connie Brockett in later years and their house 1957-2008:5

1989: Constance died in New Haven and is buried in Beaverdale Cemetery, Hamden, CT:

Grave of Constance d 1989

2008: William Leroy Brockett died North Haven and is buried in Beaverdale Cemetery, Hamden, CT:

Grave of William Leroy d 2008

William Leroy was the son of:

2nd generation: Richard Lewis Brockett 1893-1962

1893: Richard Lewis was born 28 Apr.6

1900: The census (1/2 Jun) recorded him as Lewis R, aged 7, b Apr 1893, at school (for 9 months) with parents Lewis L and Ellen Brockett.

1910: The census (15 Apr) recorded Louis R Brockett, aged 17, Locksmith, living with his father at his parents’ home at 476 Quinnipiac Ave, New Haven; both born in CT.7

1920: The census (14/15 Jan) recorded Richard L Brockett, aged 26, in New Haven, home renter, Laborer in an Auto Factory; with wife Anna F, 24; son Lewis R, 2; and daughter Phyllis F, 9 months; all born in CT, as well as parents.8

1930: The census (2 Apr) recorded Richard L Brockett, aged 35, renting 56 Bright St, New Haven, for $35 a month, Painter, married aged 22 [i.e. c 1908]; with wife Anna F, 34, married aged 21; and 5 children: Louis, 12; Phyllis F, 11; Charllotte, 8; William L, 4; and Elizabeth L, 1; all born in CT.9

c 1940: Richard Lewis and Anna Welch Brockett:

Richard Lewis and Anna Brockett c 1940

1940: The census (2 Apr) recorded Richard L Brockett, aged 46, renting 56 Bright St, New Haven, for $25 a month, Painter with car company ($800 p a); with wife Anna F, 43; and 6 children: Russell L, 22, Stock Clerk in a retail grocery ($800 p a); Phyllis F, 21, Sales lady at a dept store ($500 p a); Charlotte M, 18; William L, 14; and Elizabeth L, 11; Kenneth J, 7; all born in CT.10

1954: Richard and grandson William John Brockett (1953-2016):

Richard Lewis Brockett and grandson 1954

1962: 24 Feb. Richard Lewis Brockett died at Grace New Haven Community Hospital of Pulmonary Emphysema, and was buried at St Lawrence Cemetery, West Haven.11 His usual residence was given as 125 Thompson Ave, East Haven; occupation Maintenance Man at Yale University; date of birth 28 Apr 1893; father Louis Brockett, born New Haven; mother Nellie HUTCHINS, born New Haven. Anna’s death certificate has the wrong maiden name on it.12

Richard Lewis was the son of:

3rd generation: Lewis L Brockett 1872-1960

1880: The census (7 Jun) recorded him as Lewis L Brockett, aged 8 [i.e. b c 1872], at his parents’ home on South Quinnipiac [Avenue], East Haven.

1890: The census records were mostly destroyed by fire and no records of Brocketts survived.

1900: The census (1/2 Jun) recorded Lewis L Brockett, living with his parents at 84 Quinnipiac Street, New Haven, aged 27, b Jul 1872, married 8 years [i.e. since c 1892], Oyster Opener, home renter, unemployed 4 months; with his wife Ellen F, 27, b Mar 1872, married 8 years, mother of 2 children, both living; son Lewis R, aged 7, b Apr 1893, at school (for 9 months); and daughter Marguret S, 2, b Jan 1898; all born in CT except Ellen’s mother (NC).13

1910: The census (15 Apr) recorded Louis L Brockett, aged 38, divorced, Laborer at home in the oyster business, living with his parents at 476 Quinnipiac Ave, New Haven; with son Louis R Brockett, aged 17, Locksmith; both born in CT. Ellen F Brockett, 36, Cartridge maker at a gun shop, divorced, mother of 2 children, both living, was at the home of her parents George and Charlotte HUTCHINS a couple of doors away at 466 Quinnipiac Ave, with her daughter Margaret, 12, at home; all born in CT.14

1920: The census (30 Jan) recorded Lewis Brockett, aged 47, married, home owner in Madison, New Haven Co, Laborer on the State Road. Living with him were his mother and father Nancy and Lewis J Brockett, aged 76 and 79; all born in CT.15

1930: The census (15 Apr) recorded Lewis L Brockett, aged 57, divorced, home owner in Madison, New Haven Co, value of home 6,000. Living with him were his mother Nancy A, aged 86, widow; both born in CT.16

1931: Nancy Brockett died.

1940: The census (14 May) recorded Lewis Brockett, living on his own in Madison, New Haven Co, CT, aged 68, Single, born in CT.17

1960: Lewis L Brockett died at Hammonassett hospital, Madison, CT of Prostate Cancer on 9 Jan, aged 87, retired self employed Oysterman, born 14 Jul 1872, son of Lewis J Brockett and Nancy nee WILLARD, informant Lewis Brockett.18 The date on his gravestone is 1959, see below.

Lewis L was the son of:

4th generation: Lewis Jared Brockett 1841-1926

1850: The census (17 Aug) recorded him as Jared, aged 9 [i.e. b c 1841], at his parents’ home in East Haven. This will have been on Quinnipiac Avenue.

1860: The census (22 Jun) recorded him at his parents’ home at East Haven, Branford Post Office as Lewis, aged 20 [i.e. b c 1840], Farm Laborer.

1870: The census (1 Jun) recorded Jared L Brockett, aged 29, Fisherman, personal estate valued at 200, living at Fair Haven Post Office, East Haven, with Nancy A, 26, Keeping House, and Richard M, 8 months (born Oct); in the same dwelling were George A Brockett, 25, Fisherman, with Wealthy A, 30, Keeping House; all born in CT.19

1880: The census (7 Jun) recorded Lewis J Brockett, aged 39, Oysterman, living on South Quinnipiac [Avenue], East Haven, with wife Nancy A, 36, Keeping House, and sons Richard M, 11, and Lewis L, 8, both at school; all born in CT.20

1890: The census records were mostly destroyed by fire and no records of Brocketts survived.

1900: The census (1/2 Jun) recorded Lewis J Brockett, aged 59, b Mar 1841, married 34 years [i.e. since c 1866], Oysterman, home owner, living 84 Quinnipiac Street, New Haven; with wife Nancy A, 56, b Aug 1844, married 34 years, mother of 2 children, both living; and her widowed mother Arvilla E WILLARD, aged 82; all born in CT. 21 Also living with them was son Lewis L Brockett, aged 27, and family.

1910: The census (15 Apr) recorded Louis J Brockett, aged 69, married once 44 years [i.e. since c 1866], Oyster-opener, home owner, living at 476 Quinnipiac Ave, New Haven; with wife Nancy, 65, Oyster-opener, married once 44 years, mother of 2 children, both living; with them was their son Louis L Brockett, aged 38, divorced, and grandson Louis R Brockett, aged 17, Locksmith; all born in CT.22

1920: The census (30 Jan) recorded Nancy and Lewis J Brockett, aged 76 and 79, living with their son Lewis Brockett, aged 47, home owner in Madison, New Haven Co; all born in CT.23

1926Lewis J Brockett died at Hammonassett CT of Bronchopneumonia and senile debility on 30 Nov, aged 85, retired Oysterman, born 11 Mar 1841, son of Lewis Brockett and Esther nee STEVENS, informant Mrs Lewis J Brockett.24 Lewis J, wife Nancy, and their son Lewis L are buried in Hammonassett Cemetery in Madison. Their names and dates on the stone read: Lewis J Brockett 1841-1926, Nancy A Willard his wife 1843-1931, son Lewis L Brockett 1872-1959:

Grave of Lewis J Brockett d 1926 names

Lewis Jared was the son of:

5th generation: Lewis Brockett 1819-74

1819: Born in Montowese.25

1820: For the census (6 Aug) Lewis would probably have been one of the under 10 year olds in Jared Brockitt’s household.

1830: Lewis may have been the 10-15 year old in Jared Brockett’s household.

1840: The census (1 Jun) recorded Lewis Brockett in East Haven, aged 20-30, with 1 female under 5, and one 30-40.26

1847/8: This is the inventory of the house Lewis had built at 84 Quinnipiac Avenue, later changed to 366 Quinnipiac Avenue:27

Inventory of the house Lewis had built at 84 Quinnipiac Ave

He sold it in 1868. Family members also lived at 55/431 Quinnipiac (son George), 476 (Lewis J, Lewis L, Richard L, and William L), 78/466 (George Hutchings and daughter Ellen, Lewis L’s wife), and 256/724 (Esther with her daughter and son in law after the death of her husband in Wallingford). The men were oystermen and needed to live on the river.

1850: The census (17 Aug) recorded Lewis Brocket and family in East Haven: Lewis, aged 31 [i.e. b c 1819]; Ester, aged 39 [i.e. b c 1811]; Grace M, aged 11 [i.e. b c 1839]; Jared, aged 9 [i.e. b c 1841]; Chauncey, aged 7 [i.e. b c 1843]; Wilber F, aged 6 [i.e. b c 1844]; George A, aged 5 [i.e. b c 1845]; Elanor, aged 2 [i.e. b c 1848] all born in Connecticut.28 Lewis was recorded as a Laborer with real estate valued at 500. A couple of houses away lived Albert and Betsey Brocket, aged 25 with a 3 year old daughter Elizabeth. Albert was recorded as a Laborer with real estate valued at 4000.

1860: The census (22 Jun) recorded Lewis Brockett and family in East Haven, Branford Post Office: Lewis, aged 40 [i.e. b c 1820], Day Laborer; Ester, aged 48 [i.e. b c 1812]; Lewis, aged 20 [i.e. b c 1840], Farm Laborer; Chauncey, aged 17 [i.e. b c 1843], Farm Laborer; Wilbur, aged 16 [i.e. b c 1844] a ‘e ‘d ‘y Student; George, aged 14 [i.e. b c 1846]; Eleaner, aged 12 [i.e. b c 1848] and Esther, aged 9 [i.e. b c 1851]; all born in Connecticut.29 Lewis’ real estate was valued at 1200.

1861-5: Lewis Brockett, Private in the 27th Regiment, Connecticut Infantry, Company C, on the Union side in the Civil War was probably this Lewis.30

Here is Chauncey’s signature on a letter dated 10 Jun 1863 from Fort Dreury VA to his brother Lewis J Brockett at Fair Haven:31 Fair Haven was alternately part of East Haven and New Haven.

Chauncey Brockett's signature 1863

Chauncey died 3 years later in 1866 and was buried in the Montowese cemetery, North Haven:

Grave of Chauncey d 1866

1870: The census (14 Jun) recorded Lewis Brockett in Wallingford, aged 57 Laborer; with Esther, aged 59, keeping house; Charles STEPHENS, aged 53, Farm Laborer, apparently Esther’s brother; and Edith L WARREN, aged 7; all born in Connecticut. Lewis’ real estate was valued at 1000, and personal estate at 200.32

1874: 26 Jul. Lewis of North Haven, aged 57, married, Mason died from Phthysis (TB or consumption).33 He was buried in the Montowese Cemetery, North Haven, beneath a Civil War Marker with initials L B only.

Grave of Lewis d 1874

1902: 13 Jun. Esther Stevens, wife of Lewis Brockett, was buried in the Montowese Cemetery, North Haven. Her husband’s small Civil War Marker can be seen to the right and a little behind Esther’s gravestone:34

Grave of Ester Stevens d 1902

Lewis was the son of:

6th generation: Jared Brockett 1779-1851

1780: Jacobus recorded the Congregational Society, North Haven (NoHC) entry for Jared’s baptism on 5 Nov 1780 as the 3rd child of Stephen:35

Moses to Jared Jacobus p 325 and 7

Jacobus recorded Jared’s marriage to Polly ROBINSON (without a date or source) and—from the Old graveyard, Montowese, North Haven (NoHT2)—Jared’s death on 22 Nov 1851, aged 70, and Polly’s on 5 Feb 1869, aged 85. Comment: The source of the date of birth of 1779 isn’t known.

1800: For the census (4 Aug) Jared would have been the younger of the two males aged 15-20 in Stephen‘s household in North Haven.

Note: The census also recorded another Jared Brockett as head of a household in Wallingford, aged 45+ [i.e. b by 1755], with 1 male 26-45 [i.e. b 1755-74], and 1 female 16-26 [i.e. b 1774-84].36+Read More

1810: Only one Jared Broket (Brocket) was recorded in this census (6 Aug), a householder in Wallingford, aged 26-45 [i.e. b 1765-84], living with 2 males aged 10 or under [i.e. b 1800 or after], 1 10-16 [i.e. b 1794-1800], 1 female 10 or under, 2 10-16 and 1 26-45.38 This was presumably the Jared who was in Wallingford in 1800, and certainly not this Jared, son of Stephen.

1820: The census (6 Aug) recorded Jared Brockitt in North Haven, aged 26-45 [i.e. b 1775-94], living with 3 males aged 10 or under [i.e. b 1810 or after], 1 10-16 [i.e. b 1804-10], and 2 females 10 or under and 1 26-45; with the total population of North Haven given as 1298, and of Wallingford 2237.39

Also in North Haven in 1820 were the Brockitt households of Abraham, Ebenezer, Peter and Rebecah.

1830: The census (1 Jun) recorded Jared Brockett in East Haven, aged 50-60 [i.e. b 1770-80], living with 2 males 5-10 [i.e. b 1820-25], 1 10-15 [i.e. b 1815-20], 1 15-20 [i.e. b 1810-15], and 1 female 5-10, 1 10-15, 1 15-20, and 1 240-50.40

1840: The census (6 Aug) recorded Jared Brockett in East Haven, aged 50-60 [i.e. b 1780-90], living with 1 male aged 15-20 [i.e. b 1820-25], 1 20-30 [i.e. b 1810-20], and 1 female aged 15-20, 1 20-30, and 1 50-60.41

1850: No record of Jared in this census (6 Aug) has been found.

1851: Jared Brockett was buried in Montowese Cemetery, North Haven:42

Grave of Jared Brockett d 1851

1869: Mary Polly Brockett was buried in Montowese Cemetery, North Haven:43

Grave of Mary Polly Brockett d 1869

Jared was the son of:

7th generation: Stephen Brockett 1729-

1729: The New Haven Vital Statistics (NHV) recorded Stephen’s birth on 20 Mar 1729 and first marriage on 27 Mar 1771:44

Stephen Brockitt b 1729 NHV p 168
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Stephen Brocket m 1771 NHV p 415

For information on this important source, see the separate page. The extract from Jacobus above shows that he cited both NHV records correctly. No further record of Stephen or his family were recorded in the NHV. As Jacobus’ subsequent citations suggest, they moved to North and/or East Haven.

The extract from Jacobus shows the following further details: Stephen was the 12th of Moses’ 14 children,45 and that his first wife Sybil was the daughter of John and Abiah (Bradley) Barnes. Jacobus cited the NoHC (the Congregational Society, North Haven) entry for Sybil’s death 2 years later on 16 Mar 1773 aged 27, and the EHC (Congregational Society, East Haven) entry for Stephen’s 2nd marriage on 23 Jun 1774 to Hannah daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Hemingway) Thompson, widow of Penfield Goodsell, b [Sep 1744]. Jacobus cited the NoHC entry for Hannah’s death on 27 Jan 1795 aged 50-4, but recorded no date of death for Stephen.

1790: The census (2 Aug) recorded Stephen Bracket as head of a household in North Haven.46 The figures 1, 2, and 2 for the first 3 columns indicated 1 White male aged 16 or more [i.e. Stephen. b by 1774], 2 White males under 16 [i.e. b 1774 or after], and 2 White females. An absence of figures in columns 4, 5 and 6 indicated there were no Blacks in the household.

1800: The census (4 Aug) recorded Stephen Brockett as head of a household in North Haven, aged 45+ [i.e. b by 1755], with 2 males 16-26 [i.e. b 1774 or after], and 1 female 16-26 [i.e. b 1774 or after].47 The total population of North Haven was 1157:

1800 Stephen Brockett North Haven

1810: The census (6 Aug) recorded Stephen Brocket as head of a household in East Haven, aged 45+ [i.e. b by 1755], with 1 male under 10, 1 male 16-26 [i.e. b 1774 or after], and 1 female 16-26 [i.e. b 1774 or after].48 Jacobus recorded no other Stephen Brokets, so this would have been our Stephen here, b 1729, aged 81 at the time. He probably died between 1810-20 as a record of him hasn’t been found in the 1820 census. 10 other Brocket households were recorded in East Haven in 1810 too.

Note: A Stephen Brockett was recorded in 1810 in Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts, aged 26-45, along with several other Brocketts and one Bracket.49 However the 1820 census recorded them all as Bracketts and they are found in the Brackett Genealogy.50

Stephen, b 1729, was the son of:

8th generation: Moses Brockett 1680-1764

Jacobus recorded the New Haven Vital Statistics (NHV) entry for Moses’ birth on 23 Apr 1680 as the 4th child of John and Elizabeth DOOLITTLE, and the NHV‘s entry for Moses’ marriage to Ann GRANNIS on 8 Jan 1706. He gave no source for Moses’ second marriage to Lydia HUMISTON, but recorded the Old graveyard, Montowese, North Haven (NoHT2) entries for Moses’ death on 5 Nov 1764, aged 85, and Lydia’s on 6 Apr 1742, aged 53:51

John to Moses Jacobus p 323

Jacobus again cited both NHV records correctly:52

Moses Brockett b 1680 NHV p 50
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Moses Bracket m 1706 NHV p 106

Note his surname Bracket for his marriage.

Lydia died on 6 Apr 1742 and Moses on 5 Nov 1764, and both were buried in Montowese Cemetery North Haven, their headstones appear to be back-to-back:53

+++Grave of Lydia Brockett d 1742+++Grave of Moses Brockett d 1764

Moses was the son of:

9th generation: John Brockett 1642-1720

John was the eldest son of John of New Haven.

2. Some analysis of Bill’s Y-DNA results

Haplogroup: Q-M242
According to FTDNA: “Haplogroup Q is the lineage that links Asia and the Americas. This lineage is found in North and Central Asian populations, as well as native Americans. Among European populations, haplogroup Q is most frequently found in Eastern Europe and Scandinavia.”

Matches recorded on the FTDNA database as of Dec 2018:

Genetic Distance 0

Harold E BRACKETT 1916-81.
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Discussion: William Leroy Brockett, son of Richard, both lifetime residents of New Haven, traced their descent from John of New Haven, the original immigrant. The ancestry of Harold E Brackett has been traced back to Christopher Brockett/Brackett, descended from a different grandson of John of New Haven. This would make William Leroy and Harold E 7th cousins once removed. No mutation has thus occurred in 7 or more generations, or at least 350 years. See the diagram at the top of the separate page.

Genetic Distance 1

Ronald J BRACKETT 1927-2013.
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Discussion: Harold E and Ronald J are 3rd cousins. Since Harold E has no mismatches with William Leroy, the single mutation between William Leroy and Ronald J must have occurred in Ronald J’s line within the last 3 generations.

Genetic Distance 2

Harry D BROCKETT 1928-2005. [Comments to follow]
William H BROCKETT 1914-88.
Harold H BROCKETT 1921-2001.

Genetic Distance 3

Marlin L BROCKETTE 1913-2000.

Page Last Updated: February 14, 2019

Footnotes

For full bibliographical details please see the sections Publications or Glossary.

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[1] Many thanks to Ronald Brockett for generously sharing his research and kindly supplying information. Where a source isn't cited, the information will be from him.

[2] Copy of Birth Record no 51944, certified by the New Haven Registrar 4 Dec 1942.

[3] US 1930 Federal Census for New Haven Ward 26, Block 21, New Haven Co, CT, Sheet 1A 222, NARA series T626, NARA roll 277.

[4] US 1940 Federal Census for New Haven Ward 26, Block 22, New Haven Co, CT, Sheets 1A and B, NARA series T627, NARA roll 542.

[5] Blake St, New Haven.

[6] Death Certificate no 2195.

[7] US 1910 Federal Census for New Haven Ward 14, New Haven Co, CT, Sheet B 7751, NARA series 1240146.

[8] US 1920 Federal Census for New Haven, New Haven Co, CT, Sheet 1B 6690. The 't's weren't crossed so the name is recorded in some databases as Brockell.

[9] US 1930 Federal Census for New Haven Ward 26, Block 21, New Haven Co, CT, Sheet 1A 222, NARA series T626, NARA roll 277.

[10] US 1940 Federal Census for New Haven Ward 26, Block 22, New Haven Co, CT, Sheets 1A and B, NARA series T627, NARA roll 542.

[11] Death Certificate no 2195.

[12] Grieving family may not care so much about reporting correct details (communication from Ron Brockett).

[13] US 1900 Federal Census for New Haven, New Haven Co, CT, p 18, NARA series 1240146.

[14] US 1910 Federal Census for New Haven Ward 14, New Haven Co, CT, Sheet B 7751, NARA series 1240146.

[15] US 1920 Federal Census for Madison, New Haven Co, CT, Sheet 10A 3701.

[16] US 1930 Federal Census for Madison, New Haven Co, CT, Sheet 6B 8550.

[17] US 1940 Federal Census for Madison, New Haven Co, CT, Sheet 9/6A, NARA series T627, NARA roll 516.

[18] Death certificate.

[19] US 1870 Federal Census for Fair Haven Post Office, East Haven, New Haven Co, CT, p 21.

[20] US 1880 Federal Census for East Haven, New Haven Co, CT, p 18, NARA film T9-0107.

[21] US 1900 Federal Census for New Haven, New Haven Co, CT, p 18, NARA series 1240146.

[22] US 1910 Federal Census for New Haven Ward 14, New Haven Co, CT, Sheet B 7751, NARA series 1240146.

[23] US 1920 Federal Census for Madison, New Haven Co, CT, Sheet 10A 3701.

[24] Death certificate.

[25] Source not known.

[26] US 1840 Federal Census for District 9, East Haven, New Haven Co, CT, p 2783, NARA series M704, NARA roll 27.

[27] Historic Resources inventory , Buildings and Structures dated 1982, no, 1689.

[28] US 1850 Federal Census for East Haven, New Haven Co, CT, p 380 or 190, NARA series 3073.

[29] US 1860 Federal Census for East Haven, New Haven Co, CT, p 48, NARA series M653.

[30] Transcription of film number M535 roll 2 in FMP's Record set: Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865.

[31] Image kindly supplied by Ron Brockett from the letter in his possession.

[32] US 1870 Federal Census for Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT, p 47.

[33] Wallingford Death Record.

[34] Image courtesy of 'Suzanne' on findagrave at goo.gl/Y62VAu (accessed 31 Dec 2018).

[35] 1923-4 pp 325 and 7.

[36] US 1800 Federal Census for Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT, p 156 or 407.

[37] Jacobus 1923-4 p 332, citing WT1 (the Center St Cemetery, Wallingford).

[38] US 1810 Federal Census, Wallingford, CT, p 414, NARA series M252, NARA roll 2.

[39] US 1820 Federal Census, North Haven, CT, p 1768 or 222, NARA series M33, NARA roll 3.

[40] US 1830 Federal Census, East Haven, CT, p 163 or 324, NARA series M19, NARA roll 9.

[41] District no 9, p 2801, NARA series M704, NARA roll 27.

[42] Image courtesy of Jan Franco 23 Mar 2013 on findagrave at goo.gl/ygQFnV (accessed 31 Dec 2018).

[43] Image courtesy of Jan Franco 17 Oct 2013 on findagrave at goo.gl/8LwTTS (accessed 31 Dec 2018).

[44] Adams, Barbour et al, pt 1 pp 168 and 415.

[45] 1923-4 p 323.

[46] US 1790 Federal Census for North Haven, New Haven Co, CT, p 54.

[47] US 1800 Federal Census for North Haven, New Haven Co, CT, p 340.

[48] US 1810 Federal Census for East Haven, New Haven Co, CT, p 1103 or 391 or 379, NARA series M252, NARA roll 2.

[49] US Federal Census for Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts, p 569, NARA series M252, NARA roll 22.

[50] US 1820 Federal Census for Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts, unpaginated, NARA series M33, NARA roll 54; Brackett 1907 pp 489, 520 and p 521 for Stephen.

[51] 1923-4 p 323.

[52] Adams, Barbour et al, pt 1 pp 50 and 106.

[53] Images courtesy of Tom Brown 2017 on findagrave at goo.gl/v27Mt4 and goo.gl/HNUAf1 (accessed 31 Dec 2018).