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Jennet Morison (F)
#5926
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Father   Dr Normand Morison
Mother   Ann Allwood b. 1700, d. 30 June 1763

Name Variation Jennet Morison1 
Marriage* William Knox 
Birth*  

Citations
  1. [S62] Unknown author, Connecticut Colonial Records 1636-1776 http://www.colonialct.uconn.edu/ChooseVolume.cfm.

William Knox (M)
#5927

Marriage* Jennet Morison 

(__________) Morison (M)
#5928
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Father   Dr Normand Morison
Mother   Ann Allwood b. 1700, d. 30 June 1763

Birth*  

Family  
Children  1. Normand Morison
  2. Margaret Morison

Normand Morison (M)
#5929
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Father   (__________) Morison

Birth*  

Margaret Morison (F)
#5930
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Father   (__________) Morison

Birth*  

John Nevins (M)
b. before 1710, d. before 23 November 1743, #5933
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Father   Samuel Nevins b. 1657, d. 2 November 1751
Mother   Margaret (?) d. before 1714

Birth* before 1710 as John must have been at least 18 when he purchased his lot in Kingstown from Lamb & Co. in 1728. 
Deed* December 1728 Kingstown (now Palmer), Hampshire Co. (now Hampden Co.), Massachusetts, NEVINS (Nivins), JOHN, in 1728 bought 100 acres of Lamb and Company. Some text from his petitionis abstracted in ante, p. 58.
http://www.usigs.org/library/books/ma/Palmer1889/palm009ch1-2-3.txt1 
To-Do* 8 June 1732 Kingstown (later Palmer), Hampshire (later Hampden), MA, In his petition John Nevins says "that he has purchased a tract of land in said place [Kingstown], of Mr. TImothey Ruggles, upon which he is settled, and hath settled his four sons ..."
WHAT HAPPENED TO JOHN'S FOUR SONS?
Check MA General Court Records, Vol. 15, p. 259.1 
Deed 8 June 1732 Kingsfield (now Palmer), Hampshire Co. (now Hampden Co.), Massachusetts,      "A petition of John Nivin of a place called Kingsfield, within this Province, shewing that he hath purchased a tract of land in the said place, of Timothy Ruggles, upon which he has settled and hath settled his four sons, and built, and made considerable Improvements: But so it is that Josiah Sheldon, having purchased a grant of land made upon this court to Col. Samuel Partidge, hath laid out the same upon the Petitioner's and his sons' Improved Lands, - and hath returned a Plot thereof to this Court, and obtained a confirmation of the same - Praying that the sd confirmation be set aside, so that the Petitioner, and his children may not lye at the mercy of the said Josiah Sheldon."
     The court orderd Sheldon to show why the petition shouldn't be granted, and on 13 Jun 1732 it was read in the House of Representatives and "non-concurred*", the * note citing "General Court Reocrds, Vol. 15, page 259".
     John's was one of many cases that ultimately ended up forcing action that created "lots" in the land commonly called Elbow Tract.
     The provinence for John's purchase of the land is found on pgs 101-102. In Nov 1725, the General Court made a grant of 500 acres to the Hon. Sanuel Partridge (spelled with the r on another page). A survey & plat of the grand was made by Benjamin Flagg in 1731, the farm lying near and adjoining to Podaquoduck Hill (Ancient Plans, Vol II, pg 193). Col. Partridge sold the lot to Josiah Sheldon of Suffield, a land speculator, who held possessiohn, although prior to its actual location, Timothy Ruggles, agent of Lamb and Company, had sold the land to John Nevins, who subsequently made the above petition.2 
Note* Nothing further after Summer/Fall of 1732 until May 1740 when John attends a Proprietor's meeting of Quabbin Plantation 
(Witness) Deed 12 May 1741 Martha (__________); Kingstown (later Palmer), Hampshire (later Hampden), MA, In which Samuel sells his 50 acres of undivided land in Union to Robert Nevins. Martha Nevins makes her mark ("O") and seal next to Samuel Nevins' signature and seal in the position where a wife would usually place her mark. However, Martha is not mentioned in the body of the deed. John Nevins witnesses the deed, and John Pynchon (Jr.) acts as Notary.3 
(Witness) Deed 20 May 1741 James Nevins; Palmer, Hampshire, MA, Samuel Nevins sells (for 800 Lbs.!) the Nevins farm on the Point in Palmer (that is, land granted to Samuel in 1733 by the MA General Court) to Samuel Jr. and James Nevins as equal partners. This is an extraordinary price for 100 acres of land in Kingstown in 1741. I strongly suspect that it was, in fact, a gift from Samuel to his sons and that Samuel was just having the neighbors on about the price. John Pynchon again notarizes the deed.4 
Death* before 23 November 1743 In which Samuel Nevins divides the property of John Nevins, late of said Elbows, between Samuel's son James (who gets 2/3rds) and Samuel's daughter Mary (who gets 1/3rd).5 
(Witness) Deed 23 November 1743 Samuel Nevins; Kingstown (later Palmer), Hampshire (later Hampden), MA, In which Samuel divides the property of his deceased son John (late of The ELbows) between his (Samuel's) son James (2/3rds) and his (Samuel's) daughter Mary (1/3rd).6 

Citations
  1. [S63] Josiah Howard Temple, History of the Town of Palmer Massachusetts, early known as Elbow Tract...1716-1889, see pg. 58.
  2. [S63] Josiah Howard Temple, History of the Town of Palmer Massachusetts, early known as Elbow Tract...1716-1889, pg 58.
  3. [S88] Union CT Deeds: see Deed Book 1, pg. 122-123. FHL #5874.
  4. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: Book M, pgs 307, FHL #8444491.
  5. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: see Book N, pg. 427. FHL #844492.
  6. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: See Deed Book N, pg. 427 Springfield Dist. FHL #844492.

Robert Nevins (M)
b. 1714, d. 5 June 1764, #5934
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Father   Samuel Nevins b. 1657, d. 2 November 1751
Mother   Martha (__________) b. between 1690 and 1700

Birth* 1714 From data of death (June 5, 1764) minus age at death (50 years)
was probably born in Scotland (Edinburough?)1 
(Witness) Deed 19 June 1732 Samuel Nevins; Kingstown (now Palmer), Hampshire Co. (now Hampden Co.), Massachusetts, No. 51. Nevins, Robert and David. Had a grant of 100 acres by the General Court. The lot was [originally] bought by John Dorchester of the Claimers [who died before the 1732 settlement by the General Court]. It is situated at the source of King's brook and was about a mile from the country road. It has formerly been known as the Harvey Sherman farm and since owned by Mr. - Graves.
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Deed* 19 June 1732 Kingstown (now Palmer), Hampshire Co. (now Hampden Co.), Massachusetts, No. 51. Nevins, Robert and David. Had a grant of 100 acres by the General Court. The lot was bought by John Dorchester of the Claimers. It is situated at the source of King's brook and was about a mile from the country road. It has formerly been known as the Harvey Sherman farm and since owned by Mr. - Graves.
http://www.usigs.org/library/books/ma/Palmer1889/palm009ch1-2-3.txt 
Deed* 12 May 1741 Samuel Nevins; Kingston (now Palmer), Hampshire Co. (now Hampden Co.), Massachusetts, Deed of sale from Samuel Nevins to Robert Nevins for land in Union (Windham Co) CT (found by researcher Jane Carpenter - need book, pg, and film number)
     To all People to Wome these presents shall Come Greeting. Know ye that I Samuel Nevin of a place Called Kingstown alias ye Elbow Tract within ye County of Hampshire in his Majst Province of ye Massachusetts Bay in New England Husbandman for and in Consideration of ye Sum Seventy pounds of good Currant Lawfull money to me in hand well & Truely paid by Robert Nivin of sd Kingstown alias ye Elbow Tract as afforesd Trader alias Leather Meger sp?] the Receipt thereof I do hereby acknowledge and my self then offer of every part and parcel therof fully satisfied Contented & paid and for my self my heirs Exrs and admrs & assigns to hearby Exonerate acquit & Discharge him Sd Robert Nevin His heirs & assigns for Ever Have given granted bargained sold alien [?] Released Conveyed & Confirmed and by these presents do freel fully &absolutely give grant Bargain Sell alien Release Convey & Confirmto him Sd Robert Nevin one messerage or tract of land situate Lying & being in a place or tract of Land Commonly Called or know by ue name of ye Union in ye County of Windham in ye Colony of Connecticut in ye New England Containing Fifty acres of Land Lying & bing in Common Sd fifty acres of land being grand of one full Right of land wh originaly Did belong to Ebenezer Fitch of Windsor The Which ye Sd Ebenezer Fitch conveyed to Williiam McNall & Wm Hamilton of Worchester: To have and to hold ye so granted & bargained promised with ye appurtances Priviledges & considerationos to ye same Belonging or in any way apportaining to Him Sd Robert Nevins his Heirs … [illegible] & assigns for Ever to him and their proper use Benefit & behoof ever and ,,, [illegible] … do promise grant … with St Robert Nivin his Heirs and assigns … before and until ye Ensealing of these …
     [next page] My self good Right full power as Lawfull authority to give grant bargain sell convey and Confirm Sd bargained premises in maner as above Sd and yet ye Sd Rob Nivin has heirs & assigns shall & may from time to time & at all times for Ever hereafter by force & virtue of these presents Lawfully Peaceably & Quietly have hold use occupy possess & Enjoy ye Sd domised Lawfully bargained - Premises with ye appurtenances free & clear and freely & clearly Exonerated acquited and Dischared from all & all manner of former or other gifts grants Bargains sales Leases mortgates Wills Entails Joyntures Dowries Judgements Executions Incumbrances of what name or nature … that might many wise obtained or make void this present Deed To wither in one I ye Sd Sam Niven for myself my heirs Executors & adms do Covenant & Engage ye above Bargained premisses to hm Sd Robt Nivins his Heirs & assigns against the Lawful Claims or Demands of any person or persons whatsoever for ever to Warrant secure & defind In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seall This Tweyth day of May in ye fourtenth year of ye reign of our soveraign Lord George ye Second ye King … anno Domini 1741 signed Sealed & delivered in presence of John Thomson, Natah Wilson John Nivins
     Samuel Nivins (seal)
     her
     Martha X Nivin (seal)
     mark
     Hampshire … May 21st 1741 Samuel nivin one of the Subscribers to the within Instrument personaly appeared & acknowledged the same to be his act & deed Coram… John Pynchan Just peace
     Recieved July the 10th Day 1742 and entered at Large pr Me Enoch Badger town Clerk
 
Martha (__________)
(Witness) Deed 12 May 1741 Martha (__________); Kingstown (later Palmer), Hampshire (later Hampden), MA, In which Samuel sells his 50 acres of undivided land in Union to Robert Nevins. Martha Nevins makes her mark ("O") and seal next to Samuel Nevins' signature and seal in the position where a wife would usually place her mark. However, Martha is not mentioned in the body of the deed. John Nevins witnesses the deed, and John Pynchon (Jr.) acts as Notary.3 
Marriage* 1749 Mary Smith1 
Deed* 29 June 1749 Agnes Nevins; Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut, Deed of sale between Robert Nevins and Agnes Nevins (now Thompson) for property in Union (Windham Co) CT.

     To all People to whome these Presents shall come Greetings. Know ye that I Robert Nivins Late of New Haven and now of Hartford in the County of Hartford and the Colony of Connecticut in New England for the Love and Good Will I have for my well beloved Sister Agnes Nivins and Now Thompson of the Town of Kingsfield … [illegible] in the county of Hampshire and the Province of the Massachusetts Bay in Newingland afor sd Hath Rimised[?] Released and for Ever Quit Claimed and by These Presents for me my Heirs Doth fully Clearly and Absolutely Remise[?] Release and forEver Quit Claim unto my sister, Agnes sd and to His heirs for ever all my Right Title to fifty ackers of Land I Had by Deed of my Honored Father in Union. the Land Leyeth[?] in the Colony a for sd Being fifty Ackers of Draft land Which my Honored Father Had of William Nillson Which is part of the Draft Land of a Lot William Mcnall and Sd. Nillson had in Sd. Union and is now in Part with Margaret Anderson, Draft Land and byeth[?] on Sorceed [?] to me But I [?] Referenss Being [illegible] by my Deed as it is Recorded in Sd. Union To Have and to Hold it to her my Sister above Sd and his Heirs to there only Use and Behoof for Ever In Witness Whereof I have Here unto Set my hand and Seal this twentch and forth Day of June in the twenth and third yere of the Reign of our Soverign Lord George the Second of Great Britain the King Annoque Domini 1749 -
     Signed Sealed and Delivered: Hartford June ye 29th 1749     Robert Nevins     (seal)
     In Presents of Daniel Edwards, Sarah Edwards
     Then Personally appeared Robert Nivins ye Ensealer of this Instrument & acknowledged ye Same to be his Free act & Deed before me - D. Edwards Justice Peace May ye 25th 1752 then Received this Deed and Recorded by me Abner Sessions Town Clerk.

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Event-Misc* May 1756 Canterbury, Windham Co., Connecticut, On the petition of Robert Nevens, of Hartford in the county of Hartford, vs Asa Morris, of New Haven in the county of New Haven, as on file: The question was put, whether the prayer of said petition should be granted: Resolved by ths Assembly in the negative.5 
Event-Misc May 1756 Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut, On the petition of Robert Nevens, of Harford in the county of Hartford, vs. Asa Morris, of New Haven in the county of New Haven, as on file: The question was put, whether the prayer of said petition should be granted: Resolved by this Assembly in the negative.6 
Event-Misc October 1756 Canterbury, Windham Co., Connecticut, On the petition of Asa Morris, of New Haven in the county of New Haven, vs Robert Nevens, of Hartford, in the county of Hartford, as on file: The question was put, whether the judgment complained of in this petition is in anything erroneous: Resolved by this Assembly in the negative.7 
(Witness) Event-Misc May 1760 James Nevins, David (1) Nevins; Canterbury, Windham Co., Connecticut, Wheras on the petition of Solomon Drown and others, creditors on the estate of David Nevens late of Canterbury, deceased, to the General Assembly at their sessions at New Haven in October last, complaining that the said David Nevins before his death wes indebted to them &c. in large sums on the credit of a large estate both real and personal he then had in his hands, and he, the said Nevins, had executed to Col. Simon Lothrop of Norwich a bill of sale of all his personal estae and a deed of sale of all his real estate in trust, to defeat the said creditors, and that the said deed was fraudulent as to the creditors of said Nevens &c.; that they by means therof have been defeated of their just dues &c., as per petition on file may appear; Whereupon said October Assembly did appoint Jonathan Trumble, Christopher Avery, and William Williams, Esqs, a committee to enquire and find out the truth of the matters in said petition contain'd, examine all parties, and of what they should find &c. to make report to this Assembly; Whereupon said committee having made due inquiry into all matters complained of and to them referred by said act, examin'd all witnesses, exhibits &c. relative therto, their report theron have made to this Assembly, that the said David Nevens was indebted to the Governor and Company of this Colony and to the petitioners and sundry others in large sums of money, and that the said Nevens on the 7th day of February 1755, in order to prevent his creditors seizing on his estate &c. agreed with the said Simon Lothrop and then executed to said Lothrop a deed of sale of three tracts of lands situate in the township of Canterbury, containing by estimation three hundred and sixty acres, butted and bounded as in said deed is expressed and of record may appear, and that said Lothrop then executed to said Nevens a certain obligation for the sum of thirty thousand pounds old tenor, with conditions that if the said Nevens pay to the said Lothrop, his heris &c. all the money the said Nevens then owed to said Lothrop and for his charge and trouble in hiring sterlin money and Connecticut bils to pay what said Nevens owed the Governor and Company &c. and all the money said Lotrop should pay to discharge any of said Nevens's debts &c. then said Lothrop to make and execute a deed of release and quit-claim to the said three pieces of land, as by said bond and conditions annexed may more at large appear; and that at the same time said Nevens executed to the said Lothrop a bill of sale of his stock of creatures, farming tools, household goods, and all his shop goods, and that at the same time the said Lotrop, in consideration for said goods, executed to said Nevens an obligatory bond for the sum of then thousand pounds old tenor conditioned for the [278] payment of five thousand pounds old tenor, and that the said Nevens gave the said Lothrop a receipt for said five thousand pounds &c. And that it appears by said Lotrhip and Nevens thier accounts, that at the time the balance was in favour of said Nevens, but that at the time of said Nevens hes death he was indebted to said Lotrop the sum of £45 14s. 11¾d. and that said Lotrop had paid of the proper debts of said Nevens to the amount of £558 1s. 7¾d. and that there was due to said Lothrop for hiring the money, commissions, &c. the sum of forty-five pounds and no more, and that the use of said farm was a meet recompence for the interest of the money paid as aforesaid; and that on examination of the claims of the several creditors, find due to Solomon Drown, one of the petitioners, the sum of £69 13s. 0d., to James Nevens the sum of £79 4s. 8d., to Ignatius Barker £18 18s. 0d., to Daniel and Joshua Lotrop £142 1s. 0d., to Robert Nevins £73 172 3d., to Ezekiel Pierce and Elisha Paine for a debt due to Thomas Hubbard, Esqr, £88 12s. 0d., to said Pierce and Pain's account of trouble and expenses £24 18s. 7d., and sundry other small accounts to the amount of £52 13s. 7d., in the whole ammounting to £946 5s. 8d.; and that on consideration of the matters aforesaid theiy were of opinion that the deed aforesaid from said Nevens to said Lothrop ought in equity be set aside and the lands therin mentioned to be considered as the estate of said Nevens, and that the administrator to said estate be directed to proceed accordingly &c., as by said report on file may more fully appear; which said report is accepted and approved by this Assembly, except wherein any favour is allowed in the payment to said Lothrop of said sum paid by him to this Colony on account of the said Nevens. Whereupon resolved by this Assembly, that the aforesaid deed executed by said nevens to said Lothrop of said three pieces of land in Canterbury is fraudulent as to the creditors aforesaid, and that the same with every clause and article therin contained be and the same is hereby declared to be null and void as to the aforesiad creditors to said estate, and that all the lands mentioned and described in said deed be and the same is hereby declaired to be the estate of the said David Nevens in the hands of the administrotor on the said Nevens's estate for the purpose of paying an satisfying the aforesaid debts due from the estate of said Nevens; and that the adminstrator on the said Nevens's estae is herby directed to treat and inventory said lands as such, and that the whole thereof be sold and disposed of to the best advantage for the purpose of and to be applied to the satisfying of the debts due from said estate if need be, otherwise so much thereof as shall be found needful therefor; and that Col. John Dyar of Canterbury be and he is herby fully authorized and impowered to sell and dispose of the same for the purpose aforesaid, taking the direction of the court of probate for the district of Plainfield therin; and that the petitioners be allowed their cost in prosecuting their said petition and what has arose theron, with is taxed at £21 2s 10d. Ex. granted June 7th 1760, for said cost.

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Death* 5 June 1764 Hartford, Hartford, CT9 
(Witness) Deed 18 July 1775 Mary Nevins, Samuel Nevins Jr; Hartford, Hartford, CT, A deed of gift in which Samuel Nevins [Jr] gives "to his loving nephew and niece Joseph Church Jr. and Mary Church his wife [and daughter of Samuel's deceased brother Robert Nevins] The Nevins Farm in the Point in Palmer MA, 60 acres of land in Brimfield purchased from Samuel's brother James, which James in turn purchased from their brother David [all these relationships spelled out in the deed]. Also an additional 30 acres of land in Brimfield purchased from James Nevins [named as a brother of Samuel] and three 25 acre lots in Palmer.

This must have been a wedding gift from Samuel Nevins Jr (acting on behalf of the Nevins Family since Mary's father Robert is deceased in 1775) to Joseph and Mary Church. Hence, it provides a date for their marriage.

This deed proves that Samuel Jr is the son of Samuel(1); that James Nevins (of Greenwich MA), David Nevins (of Canterbury CT) and Robert Nevins (father of Mary Church) are brothers, all childern of Samuel(1).

Samuel describes himself as a resident of Union, CT in this deed

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Family   Mary Smith b. 10 November 1728, d. 11 October 1809
Children  1. John Nevins+ b. 1 Oct 1749
  2. Mary Nevins+ b. 17 Nov 1751
  3. Marion Nevins b. 17 Oct 1754, d. 22 Oct 1794
  4. Martha Smith Nevins+ b. 17 Oct 1756, d. 30 Nov 1793
  5. Robert Nevins b. 8 Apr 1759, d. 1780
  6. Anna Nevins+ b. 1 Nov 1761, d. Nov 1835
  7. Samuel Nevins b. 25 Mar 1764, d. 27 Jul 1765

Citations
  1. [S65] Unknown author, Connecticut, 1600s-1800s Local Families and Histories
    Families of Early Hartford, CT Surnames, M-N, page 419
    .
  2. [S63] Josiah Howard Temple, History of the Town of Palmer Massachusetts, early known as Elbow Tract...1716-1889, see pg. 398.
  3. [S88] Union CT Deeds: see Deed Book 1, pg. 122-123. FHL #5874.
  4. [S88] Union CT Deeds: See Deed Book 2, pg. 75. FHL #5872.
  5. [S62] Unknown author, Connecticut Colonial Records 1636-1776 http://www.colonialct.uconn.edu/ChooseVolume.cfm, v.10 pg 540.
  6. [S62] Unknown author, Connecticut Colonial Records 1636-1776 http://www.colonialct.uconn.edu/ChooseVolume.cfm, volume 10 page 540.
  7. [S62] Unknown author, Connecticut Colonial Records 1636-1776 http://www.colonialct.uconn.edu/ChooseVolume.cfm, v.10 pg 590.
  8. [S62] Unknown author, Connecticut Colonial Records 1636-1776 http://www.colonialct.uconn.edu/ChooseVolume.cfm, volume 11 page 389-391.
  9. [S65] Unknown author, Connecticut, 1600s-1800s Local Families and Histories
    Families of Early Hartford, CT Surnames, M-N, page 419
    , Robert Nevins died June 5, 1764 (1 Ch Rec) ad 50 but Center Ch mar Mary Smith who m Capt. Hugh Ledlie Feb 4, 1770 (1 Ch Rec). Whe was born Nov. 10, 1728 died 1809 ae 79 bur Center Ch dau of John Smith and Ann Allwood..
  10. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: Deed Book 14, pg. 155 Springfield Dist. FHL #845697.

Samuel Nevins Jr (M)
b. after 1720, #5935
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Father   Samuel Nevins b. 1657, d. 2 November 1751
Mother   Martha (__________) b. between 1690 and 1700

Birth* after 1720  
(Witness) Deed 20 May 1741 James Nevins; Palmer, Hampshire, MA, Samuel Nevins sells (for 800 Lbs.!) the Nevins farm on the Point in Palmer (that is, land granted to Samuel in 1733 by the MA General Court) to Samuel Jr. and James Nevins as equal partners. This is an extraordinary price for 100 acres of land in Kingstown in 1741. I strongly suspect that it was, in fact, a gift from Samuel to his sons and that Samuel was just having the neighbors on about the price. John Pynchon again notarizes the deed.1 
Deed 8 April 1757 James Nevins; Greenwich, Hampshire, MA, James Nevins (Gentleman of Greenwich, MA) in consideration of 10 Lbs. grants to Samuel Nevins [Jr.] (yeoman of Greenwich, MA) two lots in Brimfield, one of 60 acres and another 30 acres. In the body of the deed James says that he purchased these lots from his brother David Nevins. Samuel Jr. will later give these lots to Joseph and Mary Church (Mary Church is the daughter of Samuel Jr's brother Robert).2 
Deed* 8 April 1757 James Nevins; Greenwich, Hampshire, MA, A warrant deed in which James Nevins, in consideration of 137L 6s 8p grants to Samuel Nevins [Jr.] his interest in the Nevins Farm in the Point. Deed contains a description of the location of this farm showing that it was at the junction of the Chickobee river and the Swift and Ware rivers. This is near the modern site of the Village of Three Rivers outside of Palmer, MA.3 
Residence* 18 July 1775 Union, Windham, CT, In deed of this date Samuel Jr describes himself as a resident of Union, CT4 
Deed* 18 July 1775 Mary Nevins; Hartford, Hartford, CT, A deed of gift in which Samuel Nevins [Jr] gives "to his loving nephew and niece Joseph Church Jr. and Mary Church his wife [and daughter of Samuel's deceased brother Robert Nevins] The Nevins Farm in the Point in Palmer MA, 60 acres of land in Brimfield purchased from Samuel's brother James, which James in turn purchased from their brother David [all these relationships spelled out in the deed]. Also an additional 30 acres of land in Brimfield purchased from James Nevins [named as a brother of Samuel] and three 25 acre lots in Palmer.

This must have been a wedding gift from Samuel Nevins Jr (acting on behalf of the Nevins Family since Mary's father Robert is deceased in 1775) to Joseph and Mary Church. Hence, it provides a date for their marriage.

This deed proves that Samuel Jr is the son of Samuel(1); that James Nevins (of Greenwich MA), David Nevins (of Canterbury CT) and Robert Nevins (father of Mary Church) are brothers, all childern of Samuel(1).

Samuel describes himself as a resident of Union, CT in this deed

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Samuel Nevins
Robert Nevins
James Nevins
Joseph Church
David (1) Nevins
To-Do* after 1776 Union, Windham, CT, Look for record of Samuel Jr's death in Union, WIndham County, CT. 
Deed* 30 January 1776 Union, Windham, CT, Samuel Nevins Jr. buys two lots in Union CT from Nathan Stone. Samuel describes himself as a resident of Union CT.6 

Citations
  1. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: Book M, pgs 307, FHL #8444491.
  2. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: Deed Book 2:538-40. FHL # 845689..
  3. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: Deed Book 2, pgs. 540-542 Springfield Dist. FHL #845689.
  4. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: Deed Book 14, pg. 155 Springfield Dist. FHL #845697..
  5. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: Deed Book 14, pg. 155 Springfield Dist. FHL #845697.
  6. [S88] Union CT Deeds: Deed Book 3, pg. 215..

David Nevins (M)
#5936

Reference   Parish Alyth

Birth*  
Marriage* Jennet-Jonnet-Janet Snell-Fell; Scotland, Marriage was not found in Old Parochial Register, Parish Alyth, County Perth, Scotland 

Family   Jennet-Jonnet-Janet Snell-Fell
Children  1. Jennet Nevins b. May 1707
  2. James Nevins b. 7 Apr 1715
  3. George Nevins b. 29 May 1717
  4. Robert Nevins

Jennet-Jonnet-Janet Snell-Fell (F)
#5937

Reference   Parish Alyth

Marriage* David Nevins; Scotland, Marriage was not found in Old Parochial Register, Parish Alyth, County Perth, Scotland 

Family   David Nevins
Children  1. Jennet Nevins b. May 1707
  2. James Nevins b. 7 Apr 1715
  3. George Nevins b. 29 May 1717
  4. Robert Nevins

Jennet Nevins (F)
b. May 1707, #5938
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Reference   Parish Alyth

Father   David Nevins
Mother   Jennet-Jonnet-Janet Snell-Fell

Baptism* May 1707 Old Parochial Register, Parish Alyth, County Perth, Scotland, Leslie Corn said: In addition, there was a baptism in the same parish for Janet Nivan, daughter of David Nevan1 

Citations
  1. [S61] Unknown author, Letter from Leslie Corn, researcher, e-mail address.

James Nevins (M)
b. 10 April 1720, #5940
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Father   Samuel Nevins b. 1657, d. 2 November 1751
Mother   Martha (__________)1 b. between 1690 and 1700

Baptism* 10 April 1720 Rowley, Essex, MA, Nevins, James, s. Martha, "a Scotch woman", bp. Apr. 10, 1720. C. R. 1.2 
Deed* 20 May 1741 Palmer, Hampshire, MA, Samuel Nevins sells (for 800 Lbs.!) the Nevins farm on the Point in Palmer (that is, land granted to Samuel in 1733 by the MA General Court) to Samuel Jr. and James Nevins as equal partners. This is an extraordinary price for 100 acres of land in Kingstown in 1741. I strongly suspect that it was, in fact, a gift from Samuel to his sons and that Samuel was just having the neighbors on about the price. John Pynchon again notarizes the deed.3 
Martha (__________)
Samuel Nevins
John Nevins
Samuel Nevins Jr
Col John Pynchon Jr.
(Witness) Deed 23 November 1743 Samuel Nevins; Kingstown (later Palmer), Hampshire (later Hampden), MA, In which Samuel divides the property of his deceased son John (late of The ELbows) between his (Samuel's) son James (2/3rds) and his (Samuel's) daughter Mary (1/3rd).4 
Marriage* 30 January 1745 Isabella Cummings; Boston, Suffolk, MA, This marriage is very uncertian. Alternate date is 17 Feb. 1745. FamilySearch has the James Nevins who married Isabella Cumming dying on 5 Feb. 1769, contrary to my deed records (unless I'm getting the generations mixed?).5 
Deed 8 April 1757 Samuel Nevins Jr; Greenwich, Hampshire, MA, A warrant deed in which James Nevins, in consideration of 137L 6s 8p grants to Samuel Nevins [Jr.] his interest in the Nevins Farm in the Point. Deed contains a description of the location of this farm showing that it was at the junction of the Chickobee river and the Swift and Ware rivers. This is near the modern site of the Village of Three Rivers outside of Palmer, MA.6 
Deed 8 April 1757 Samuel Nevins Jr; Greenwich, Hampshire, MA, James Nevins (Gentleman of Greenwich, MA) in consideration of 10 Lbs. grants to Samuel Nevins [Jr.] (yeoman of Greenwich, MA) two lots in Brimfield, one of 60 acres and another 30 acres. In the body of the deed James says that he purchased these lots from his brother David Nevins. Samuel Jr. will later give these lots to Joseph and Mary Church (Mary Church is the daughter of Samuel Jr's brother Robert).7 
Event-Misc* October 1759 David (1) Nevins; Canterbury, Windham Co., Connecticut, On the petition of Solomon Drown, James Nevins and Ignatius Barker, representing to this Assembly that one David Nevins late of Canterbury, deceased, in his life time was justly indebted to them and sundry others in large sums of money, which still remain unpaid, and that the said David Nevins in his life time executed to Colo. Simon Lothrop of Norwich a bill of sale of all his goos and personal estate and also a deed of all his, the said David's, land, in trust, with intent to defraud the creditors to the said David Nevins of their just debts &c.; complaining that said deed and bill of sale was fraudulent, and praying that the same may be set aside or [238] otherwise grant relief &c.: Resolved by this Assembly, that Jonathan Trumble, Christopher Avery and William Williams of Lebanon, Esqrs, be and they are herby appointed on a committee to enquire and find out the truth of the matters in said petition complained and referred to; to examine the claims of the petitioners and other creditors to the said David Nevins' estate, and to examine all persons and parties therin concerned under oath, and any others that said committee shall think proper, in order to find what is become of the personal estate of said Nevins mentioned and contained in said pretended bill of sale from said Nevins to said Lotrop; to bring to light and discover the actions and transactions between said Lothrop and said Nevins with regard to said Nevins' estate, and also the transactions of the said Rufus Lothrop therein, and examine all witnesses, exhibits and papers relative to said metters; and of what they find with their opinion thereon to make report to this Assembly in thier sessions at Hartford in May next.8 
Simon Lothrop (Colonel)
Event-Misc May 1760 David (1) Nevins; Canterbury, Windham Co., Connecticut, Wheras on the petition of Solomon Drown and others, creditors on the estate of David Nevens late of Canterbury, deceased, to the General Assembly at their sessions at New Haven in October last, complaining that the said David Nevins before his death wes indebted to them &c. in large sums on the credit of a large estate both real and personal he then had in his hands, and he, the said Nevins, had executed to Col. Simon Lothrop of Norwich a bill of sale of all his personal estae and a deed of sale of all his real estate in trust, to defeat the said creditors, and that the said deed was fraudulent as to the creditors of said Nevens &c.; that they by means therof have been defeated of their just dues &c., as per petition on file may appear; Whereupon said October Assembly did appoint Jonathan Trumble, Christopher Avery, and William Williams, Esqs, a committee to enquire and find out the truth of the matters in said petition contain'd, examine all parties, and of what they should find &c. to make report to this Assembly; Whereupon said committee having made due inquiry into all matters complained of and to them referred by said act, examin'd all witnesses, exhibits &c. relative therto, their report theron have made to this Assembly, that the said David Nevens was indebted to the Governor and Company of this Colony and to the petitioners and sundry others in large sums of money, and that the said Nevens on the 7th day of February 1755, in order to prevent his creditors seizing on his estate &c. agreed with the said Simon Lothrop and then executed to said Lothrop a deed of sale of three tracts of lands situate in the township of Canterbury, containing by estimation three hundred and sixty acres, butted and bounded as in said deed is expressed and of record may appear, and that said Lothrop then executed to said Nevens a certain obligation for the sum of thirty thousand pounds old tenor, with conditions that if the said Nevens pay to the said Lothrop, his heris &c. all the money the said Nevens then owed to said Lothrop and for his charge and trouble in hiring sterlin money and Connecticut bils to pay what said Nevens owed the Governor and Company &c. and all the money said Lotrop should pay to discharge any of said Nevens's debts &c. then said Lothrop to make and execute a deed of release and quit-claim to the said three pieces of land, as by said bond and conditions annexed may more at large appear; and that at the same time said Nevens executed to the said Lothrop a bill of sale of his stock of creatures, farming tools, household goods, and all his shop goods, and that at the same time the said Lotrop, in consideration for said goods, executed to said Nevens an obligatory bond for the sum of then thousand pounds old tenor conditioned for the [278] payment of five thousand pounds old tenor, and that the said Nevens gave the said Lothrop a receipt for said five thousand pounds &c. And that it appears by said Lotrhip and Nevens thier accounts, that at the time the balance was in favour of said Nevens, but that at the time of said Nevens hes death he was indebted to said Lotrop the sum of £45 14s. 11¾d. and that said Lotrop had paid of the proper debts of said Nevens to the amount of £558 1s. 7¾d. and that there was due to said Lothrop for hiring the money, commissions, &c. the sum of forty-five pounds and no more, and that the use of said farm was a meet recompence for the interest of the money paid as aforesaid; and that on examination of the claims of the several creditors, find due to Solomon Drown, one of the petitioners, the sum of £69 13s. 0d., to James Nevens the sum of £79 4s. 8d., to Ignatius Barker £18 18s. 0d., to Daniel and Joshua Lotrop £142 1s. 0d., to Robert Nevins £73 172 3d., to Ezekiel Pierce and Elisha Paine for a debt due to Thomas Hubbard, Esqr, £88 12s. 0d., to said Pierce and Pain's account of trouble and expenses £24 18s. 7d., and sundry other small accounts to the amount of £52 13s. 7d., in the whole ammounting to £946 5s. 8d.; and that on consideration of the matters aforesaid theiy were of opinion that the deed aforesaid from said Nevens to said Lothrop ought in equity be set aside and the lands therin mentioned to be considered as the estate of said Nevens, and that the administrator to said estate be directed to proceed accordingly &c., as by said report on file may more fully appear; which said report is accepted and approved by this Assembly, except wherein any favour is allowed in the payment to said Lothrop of said sum paid by him to this Colony on account of the said Nevens. Whereupon resolved by this Assembly, that the aforesaid deed executed by said nevens to said Lothrop of said three pieces of land in Canterbury is fraudulent as to the creditors aforesaid, and that the same with every clause and article therin contained be and the same is hereby declared to be null and void as to the aforesiad creditors to said estate, and that all the lands mentioned and described in said deed be and the same is hereby declaired to be the estate of the said David Nevens in the hands of the administrotor on the said Nevens's estate for the purpose of paying an satisfying the aforesaid debts due from the estate of said Nevens; and that the adminstrator on the said Nevens's estae is herby directed to treat and inventory said lands as such, and that the whole thereof be sold and disposed of to the best advantage for the purpose of and to be applied to the satisfying of the debts due from said estate if need be, otherwise so much thereof as shall be found needful therefor; and that Col. John Dyar of Canterbury be and he is herby fully authorized and impowered to sell and dispose of the same for the purpose aforesaid, taking the direction of the court of probate for the district of Plainfield therin; and that the petitioners be allowed their cost in prosecuting their said petition and what has arose theron, with is taxed at £21 2s 10d. Ex. granted June 7th 1760, for said cost.

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Simon Lothrop (Colonel)
Robert Nevins
(Witness) Deed 18 July 1775 Mary Nevins, Samuel Nevins Jr; Hartford, Hartford, CT, A deed of gift in which Samuel Nevins [Jr] gives "to his loving nephew and niece Joseph Church Jr. and Mary Church his wife [and daughter of Samuel's deceased brother Robert Nevins] The Nevins Farm in the Point in Palmer MA, 60 acres of land in Brimfield purchased from Samuel's brother James, which James in turn purchased from their brother David [all these relationships spelled out in the deed]. Also an additional 30 acres of land in Brimfield purchased from James Nevins [named as a brother of Samuel] and three 25 acre lots in Palmer.

This must have been a wedding gift from Samuel Nevins Jr (acting on behalf of the Nevins Family since Mary's father Robert is deceased in 1775) to Joseph and Mary Church. Hence, it provides a date for their marriage.

This deed proves that Samuel Jr is the son of Samuel(1); that James Nevins (of Greenwich MA), David Nevins (of Canterbury CT) and Robert Nevins (father of Mary Church) are brothers, all childern of Samuel(1).

Samuel describes himself as a resident of Union, CT in this deed

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Family   Isabella Cummings b. 18 July 1722, d. 30 July 1788
Children  1. William Nevins+ b. Mar 1750, d. bt 23 Jul 1800 - 1806
  2. Maria Nevins b. 1754
  3. James Nevins Jr.+ b. 15 Jan 1756, d. 19 May 1832
  4. Agnes Nevins b. c 1759
  5. Andrew Nevins b. c 1762, d. 1782

Citations
  1. [S85] Rowley Vital Records (published), pg. 146.
  2. [S85] Rowley Vital Records (published).
  3. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: Book M, pgs 307, FHL #8444491.
  4. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: See Deed Book N, pg. 427 Springfield Dist. FHL #844492.
  5. [S77] LDS FamilySearch, online http://www.familysearch.org, Family Group Record.
  6. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: Deed Book 2, pgs. 540-542 Springfield Dist. FHL #845689.
  7. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: Deed Book 2:538-40. FHL # 845689..
  8. [S62] Unknown author, Connecticut Colonial Records 1636-1776 http://www.colonialct.uconn.edu/ChooseVolume.cfm, volume 11 page 342-343.
  9. [S62] Unknown author, Connecticut Colonial Records 1636-1776 http://www.colonialct.uconn.edu/ChooseVolume.cfm, volume 11 page 389-391.
  10. [S86] Hampshire Co, MA Deed Book: Deed Book 14, pg. 155 Springfield Dist. FHL #845697.

Jonnet Nevins (F)
#5941

Probate* 12 June 1761 David (1) Nevins; District of Plainfield, Canterbury, Windham Co., Connecticut, There is a Jonnet Nevins, who appears as a creditor and then in the final accounting of the estate of David Nevins in 1860 but we don't know her relationship1 

Citations
  1. [S56] Unknown author, Probate records of immigrant David Nevins provided by Ellen Martin. Source not provided by her, though one of the pages says vol.5, pg.274..

Agnes Nevins (F)
b. between 1695 and 1705, #5942
Pop-up Pedigree

Father   Samuel Nevins b. 1657, d. 2 November 1751
Mother   Margaret (?) d. before 1714

Birth* between 1695 and 1705 Estimate based on the dates of her two marriages -- to James Anderson about 1720 (so Agnes must have been born before 1705) and to Robert Thompson in Dec. 1729 (so Agnes must have been born after about 1695) 
Marriage* circa 1720 James Anderson; "(James Armour) married Margaret Anderson, the daughter of William Anderson, who came from England previous to 1720, and married at Greenwich, Mass., a daughter of Samuel Nevins, who was afterwards a land proprietor and settler in Union, but soon moved to Palmer. William Anderson's health having failed, he returned to England and died soon after arriving. His daughter Margaret was born after he sailed, so never saw him. His widow married a Thompson, who treated her cruelly. etc."1 
(Witness) Will 15 March 1726 James Anderson; Ipswich, Exxes, MA, "Agnes Anderson Relict of James Anderson Late of Ipswich in ye County of Essex Decseased Intestate" is made the administrator of the estate of "James Anderson late of Ipswich in the county of Essex, FIsherman".2 
Deed* 28 February 1729 Brimfield, Hampshire, CT, William Nilson, blacksmith of Brimfield MA, "for the love good will and affection which I did bear to my loving Kinsman James Anderson of Ipswhich in the county of Essex FIsherman late desceased" grant the heirs of James Anderson his 1/52nd undivided share of Union CT (minus the 50 undivided acres which Wm Nilson sells to Samuel Nevins on this same date). Deed was signed on 28 Feb. 1729 and recorded on 2 March 1731.3 
To-Do* 28 February 1729 How is William Nilson connected to Agnes? Since he is giving valuable property to Agnes and her children, but is neither named Nevins nor Anderson, seems likely that he is closely related to Agnes' mother (but, then, why the particular "love and affection" to James Anderson?) or James Anderson's mother.4 
Marriage* 12 December 1729 Robert Thompson; Gloucester, Essex, MA, Robert Thomson & Agnes Anderson both of this Town were married Dec 12 17291,5 
Deed* 29 June 1749 Robert Nevins; Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut, Deed of sale between Robert Nevins and Agnes Nevins (now Thompson) for property in Union (Windham Co) CT.

     To all People to whome these Presents shall come Greetings. Know ye that I Robert Nivins Late of New Haven and now of Hartford in the County of Hartford and the Colony of Connecticut in New England for the Love and Good Will I have for my well beloved Sister Agnes Nivins and Now Thompson of the Town of Kingsfield … [illegible] in the county of Hampshire and the Province of the Massachusetts Bay in Newingland afor sd Hath Rimised[?] Released and for Ever Quit Claimed and by These Presents for me my Heirs Doth fully Clearly and Absolutely Remise[?] Release and forEver Quit Claim unto my sister, Agnes sd and to His heirs for ever all my Right Title to fifty ackers of Land I Had by Deed of my Honored Father in Union. the Land Leyeth[?] in the Colony a for sd Being fifty Ackers of Draft land Which my Honored Father Had of William Nillson Which is part of the Draft Land of a Lot William Mcnall and Sd. Nillson had in Sd. Union and is now in Part with Margaret Anderson, Draft Land and byeth[?] on Sorceed [?] to me But I [?] Referenss Being [illegible] by my Deed as it is Recorded in Sd. Union To Have and to Hold it to her my Sister above Sd and his Heirs to there only Use and Behoof for Ever In Witness Whereof I have Here unto Set my hand and Seal this twentch and forth Day of June in the twenth and third yere of the Reign of our Soverign Lord George the Second of Great Britain the King Annoque Domini 1749 -
     Signed Sealed and Delivered: Hartford June ye 29th 1749     Robert Nevins     (seal)
     In Presents of Daniel Edwards, Sarah Edwards
     Then Personally appeared Robert Nivins ye Ensealer of this Instrument & acknowledged ye Same to be his Free act & Deed before me - D. Edwards Justice Peace May ye 25th 1752 then Received this Deed and Recorded by me Abner Sessions Town Clerk.

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Family 1   James Anderson d. before 15 March 1726
Child  1. Margaret Anderson+ b. 1720, d. 20 Nov 1775

Family 2   Robert Thompson
Child  1. Robert Thompson Jr. b. 6 Nov 1730

Citations
  1. [S64] Charles Hammond, History of Union CT.
  2. [S81] Old Series : Probate records FHL 825128, Document #9 (Vols. 313-314, Book 13-14, 1710-1726), see pg. 271.
  3. [S80] Colonial Land Records of CT 4: pg. 238-9, unknown repository.
  4. [S80] Colonial Land Records of CT 4: see Vol. 4, pgs. 238-9. FHL #3658.., unknown repository.
  5. [S84] FHL #864861, Gloucester births, deaths marriages 1640-1861, Marriages, pg. 36.
  6. [S88] Union CT Deeds: See Deed Book 2, pg. 75. FHL #5872.

James Anderson1 (M)
d. before 15 March 1726, #5943

To-Do It is clear from the probate record that Agnes was married to JAMES Anderson (not WIlliam Anderson), so History of Union is wrong about both the name (William instead of James) and date of death (surely 1726, or very shortly before). Could WIlliam Anderson been the Father of James Anderson (and story about return to England due to health refer to the grandfather of Margaret Anderson)?2 
Marriage* circa 1720 Agnes Nevins; "(James Armour) married Margaret Anderson, the daughter of William Anderson, who came from England previous to 1720, and married at Greenwich, Mass., a daughter of Samuel Nevins, who was afterwards a land proprietor and settler in Union, but soon moved to Palmer. William Anderson's health having failed, he returned to England and died soon after arriving. His daughter Margaret was born after he sailed, so never saw him. His widow married a Thompson, who treated her cruelly. etc."2 
Death* before 15 March 1726 1 
Will* 15 March 1726 Ipswich, Exxes, MA, "Agnes Anderson Relict of James Anderson Late of Ipswich in ye County of Essex Decseased Intestate" is made the administrator of the estate of "James Anderson late of Ipswich in the county of Essex, FIsherman".3 
Agnes Nevins
To-Do* 28 February 1729 Brimfield, Hampshire, CT, William Nilson, blacksmith of Brimsfield MA, describes James Anderson as a Kinsman, and gives 1/52nd share of Union CT (minus 50 acres sold to Samuel Nevins) to the heirs of James Anderson. How are William Nilson and James Anderson related?4 

Family   Agnes Nevins b. between 1695 and 1705
Child  1. Margaret Anderson+ b. 1720, d. 20 Nov 1775

Citations
  1. [S81] Old Series : Probate records FHL 825128, Document #9 (Vols. 313-314, Book 13-14, 1710-1726).
  2. [S64] Charles Hammond, History of Union CT.
  3. [S81] Old Series : Probate records FHL 825128, Document #9 (Vols. 313-314, Book 13-14, 1710-1726), see pg. 271.
  4. [S80] Colonial Land Records of CT 4: See pg. 238, unknown repository.

Robert Thompson1 (M)
#5944

Marriage* 12 December 1729 Agnes Nevins; Gloucester, Essex, MA, Robert Thomson & Agnes Anderson both of this Town were married Dec 12 17292,1 

Family   Agnes Nevins b. between 1695 and 1705
Child  1. Robert Thompson Jr. b. 6 Nov 1730

Citations
  1. [S84] FHL #864861, Gloucester births, deaths marriages 1640-1861, Marriages, pg. 36.
  2. [S64] Charles Hammond, History of Union CT.

Mary Smith1 (F)
b. 10 November 1728, d. 11 October 1809, #5949
Pop-up Pedigree

Father   Captain John Smith b. circa 1695, d. 1731
Mother   Ann Allwood1 b. 1700, d. 30 June 1763

Name Variation Mary Smith 
Birth* 10 November 1728 1 
Baptism 10 November 1728 First Church, Hartford, Hartford, CT1 
Event-Misc* 6 July 1742 Hartford Court chooses gardians, Hartford, Hartford, CT, Hartford CT court chooses Col. John Whiting and Capt. George Wyllys of Hartford to be guardians to Mary Smith (age 13) and William Smith (age 11) children of John Smith.
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Marriage* 1749 Robert Nevins1 
Marriage* 4 February 1770 Capt. Hugh Ledlie; 1 Ch Rec, Hartford, CT, Mary Smith Nevins was second wife1 
Marriage 4 February 1770 Capt. Hugh Ledlie; Ancestry World Tree 
Death 11 October 1809 Ancestry World Tree 
Death* 11 October 1809 bur Center Ch, Hartford, Hartford, CT3 

Family 1   Robert Nevins b. 1714, d. 5 June 1764
Children  1. John Nevins+ b. 1 Oct 1749
  2. Mary Nevins+ b. 17 Nov 1751
  3. Marion Nevins b. 17 Oct 1754, d. 22 Oct 1794
  4. Martha Smith Nevins+ b. 17 Oct 1756, d. 30 Nov 1793
  5. Robert Nevins b. 8 Apr 1759, d. 1780
  6. Anna Nevins+ b. 1 Nov 1761, d. Nov 1835
  7. Samuel Nevins b. 25 Mar 1764, d. 27 Jul 1765

Family 2   Capt. Hugh Ledlie b. 1720, d. 1 July 1798
Child  1. Samuel Ledlie b. 10 Mar 1771

Citations
  1. [S65] Unknown author, Connecticut, 1600s-1800s Local Families and Histories
    Families of Early Hartford, CT Surnames, M-N, page 419
    .
  2. [S72] Charles William Manwaring, A Digest of Early CT Probate Records, Vol. XIV, p. 9..
  3. [S65] Unknown author, Connecticut, 1600s-1800s Local Families and Histories
    Families of Early Hartford, CT Surnames, M-N, page 419
    , see also record of Hugh Ledlie on Page 365.


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