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Deborah Moses

Female 1682 - 1683  (1 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Deborah Moses was born 1682 (daughter of John Moses and Deborah Thrall); died 1683.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  John Moses was born 19 Aug 1660 (son of John Moses and Mary Brown); died 16 May 1715.

    Notes:

    Military Service:
    1st mounted troop "Dragoons" during King Philip's war

    John married Deborah Thrall 14 Jul 1680, Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut, USA. Deborah (daughter of Timothy Thrall and Deborah Gunn) was born 9 Aug 1660, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 16 May 1715. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Deborah Thrall was born 9 Aug 1660, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA (daughter of Timothy Thrall and Deborah Gunn); died 16 May 1715.
    Children:
    1. John Moses was born 1681; died 1759.
    2. 1. Deborah Moses was born 1682; died 1683.
    3. Thomas Moses was born 1683; died Yes, date unknown.
    4. William Moses was born 1684; died 1745.
    5. Joshua Moses was born 1689; died 1773.
    6. Deborah Moses was born 1691; died 1777.
    7. Caleb Moses was born 1694; died 1697.
    8. Othneil Moses was born 1696; died 1697.
    9. Caleb Moses was born 1698; died 1787.
    10. Mary Moses was born 1702; died Yes, date unknown.
    11. Martha Moses was born 1705; died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  John Moses died Yes, date unknown.

    John — Mary Brown. Mary was born , USA; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Mary Brown was born , USA; died Yes, date unknown.

    Notes:

    She was born in America but it also has been established that she is not the Pilgrim Peter Browne's daughter

    Andrew Waber wabnoles@yahoo.com

    Children:
    1. 2. John Moses was born 19 Aug 1660; died 16 May 1715.
    2. Mindwell Moses was born 13 Dec 1676, Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 2 Sep 1750.

  3. 6.  Timothy Thrall was born 25 Jul 1641, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA (son of William Thrall and Elizabeth Goode); died Jun 1697, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 308

    Notes:

    In the Windsor Church records of this period Timothy Thrall is grouped with the men who had a family, a horse and two yokes of oxen, so it would appear that he was a better businessman than his brother-in-law, John Hosford Hosford, however, is on two military lists. First on a list dated 11 March 1658 of 37 Windsor men in the first horse troops (30 horse) in the colony. Second, he was paid 6s 8d for fighting in King Philip's War.

    Both men protested the town vote to invite Mr. Chauncy to replace the aging Rev. Wareham as minister of the Windsor Church in 1662. When the 54 dissenting members were allowed to form their own church, the brothers-in-law went with them and became leaders of the Second Church. This new congregation were more Presbyterian than Congregational, and opposed to Chauncy's ideas. This sort of schism was occuring throughout all the New England colonies and therefore the Windsor dissenters, when they appealed to the Colonial Council, were less harshly treated than they might have been. In the end, after years of wrangling, which split the town, the two Windsor Churches reunited The first overtures were made by the Second Church, who sent John Hosford, Timothy Thrall and Jacob Gibbs to negotiate.

    Timothy Thrall was a land-owner. He had his own place, or did soon after his marriage in 1659. His father-in-law, Thomas Gunn, gave him the original Gunn homestead and lot, as well as Gunn's land on the other side of the River. Timothy moved to a new house and again he was a leader in the forming of a new Church. Timothy was, we assume, honest and able, as he was named as executor in several wills.

    Deborah Gunn is mentioned in Old Windsor records. Her father moved in 1665, to Westfield, Mass. and became active in the Westfield Parish, leaving all his Windsor property to his son-in-law.

    --------------------------------------- "Timothy was a prominent citizen, possessing considerable property and influence. His name often appears in the records of Windsor." Source Genealogy of Walter G Thrall 1862

    Timothy married Deborah Gunn 10 Nov 1659, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA. Deborah (daughter of Thomas Gunn) was born 9 Aug 1642, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 17 Jan 1694, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Deborah Gunn was born 9 Aug 1642, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA (daughter of Thomas Gunn); died 17 Jan 1694, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Baptism: 27 Feb 1641

    Notes:

    Deborah was the daughter of Thomas Gunn who came over from England with Timothy's father and the Dorchester Company in 1630.

    Baptism:
    4 months before birth date!

    Children:
    1. 3. Deborah Thrall was born 9 Aug 1660, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 16 May 1715.
    2. Captain Timothy Thrall was born 7 Dec 1662, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 31 Jan 1723.
    3. Mehetable Thrall was born 16 Mar 1665, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 15 Aug 1723.
    4. Elizabeth Thrall was born 1 May 1667, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 25 Jan 1714.
    5. John Thrall was born 8 Jun 1669, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 1676.
    6. Sergeant John Thrall, I was born 5 Jun 1671, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 18 Apr 1732; was buried Unknown, Turkey Hills Parish, Windsor, Connecticut, USA.
    7. Martha Thrall was born 31 May 1673, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
    8. Thomas Thrall was born 5 May 1675, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 12 Aug 1675.
    9. Thomas Thrall was born 10 Jul 1676, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
    10. Abigail Thrall was born 22 Feb 1681, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 10 Jul 1725, Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
    11. Samuel Thrall was born 22 Feb 1681, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 1709.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  William Thrall was born 8 Aug 1605, Sandridge, Hertfordshire, England; died 3 Aug 1679, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Stonemason

    Notes:

    William Thrall is the founder of the Thrall family in the United States. He was born in 1605 in Sandridge, Hertfordshire, England and came to the Colonies on the "Mary and John" in the year 1630. The "Mary and John" was a vessel of four hundred tons captained by a man named Squeb and the vessel sailed with 180 passengers.

    William was part of a company of Puritans under the leadership of Rev. John Wareham of Exeter and Rev. John Meverick, both ministers of the Church of England Setting sail from Plymouth, England on 20 March, they first came ashore on 30 May 1630. They disembarked with what goods they had, to some high land in the salt meadow, now a part of the city of Boston. They named the place Dorchester, which was selected by the captain of the "Mary and John" as he came from Dorchester, England. Page 277 of Prince's Chronology of New England records "May 30, Lord's Day. Mr. Wareham and his church, and their goods, were put ashore at Nantasket Point. The went immediately to Charlestown, and from thence to Mattepan, and began a town and named it Dorchester, and the native Indians were kind to them."

    Revs. Wareham and Meverick and their group stayed in Dorchester less than five years, as a number of their menfolk had discovered more fertile land below the first falls of the Connecticut River, at the junction of the Farmington River just above Hartford. Part of the Colony went by boat and the remainder travelled across the one hundred miles of virgin forest, to establish the town of Windsor. Windsor was unofficially known as Thrallville in the early years.

    The first we know of William Thrall is that he is listed with the following men who were among the thirty men who went from Windsor to join in the fight against the Pequod Indians in May 1637. Capt. John Mason, Sgt. Benedict Alvord, Thomas Barber, Thomas Buckland, George Chappel, John Dyer, James Eggleston, Nathaniel Gillet, Thomas Gridley, Thomas Styles, Sgt. Thomas Stares, Richard Osborn, Thomas Parsons, William Thrall. The Indian village in this case was so completely destroyed that for many years, the settlers had no further trouble with the Indians. Some years later, the participants were given land grants. To quote from Dr. Styles records with regard to the first Indian war in New England, "The danger was imminent, and so complete the victory that it caused universal rejoicing throughout New England, and a grant of land was given each soldier and officer, and to this day the memory of an ancestor who was in the Pequod fight, is an honorable heirloom in every Connecticut family".

    William Thrall is mentioned many times in the early records. His lot shows up in the first plot of Windsor, between the lots of Nicholas Palmer and Thomas Bascomb, and ran from the road to the Farmington River. In 1646, William sold this lot to Nicholas Palmer and moved to Simon Hoyte's place, north of the village. Robert Wilson bought a half interest with William in the Hoyte's 80 acres, but sold his half to Thrall in 1654. This 80 acres has been part of the holdings of the Thrall family ever since, thanks to William Thrall's will.

    We know very little about the wife of William Thrall. She is referred to in the Old Windsor records as Goode Thrall, but "Goode" was an expression applied to women with families and it is simply an abbreviation of "Goodwife". Whether she came over to New England on the "Mary and John" with her husband or they met in Dorchester, has never been established The record of her death simply states, "Goode Thrall, wife of William, died 30 July 1676".

    Page 5 of Walter G Thrall's 1862 Genealogy gives a most likely incorrect death date of August 3, 1678.

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    William married Elizabeth Goode 1638, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA. Elizabeth was born 1609; died 30 Jul 1676, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Elizabeth Goode was born 1609; died 30 Jul 1676, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Elizabeth Goody

    Children:
    1. Phillury Thrall was born 25 Oct 1639, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 8 Jul 1683, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
    2. 6. Timothy Thrall was born 25 Jul 1641, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died Jun 1697, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
    3. David Thrall was born Between 1643 and 1650, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 7 Dec 1722.

  3. 14.  Thomas Gunn was born , England; died 26 Feb 1681, Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Residence: 1665, Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA

    Children:
    1. 7. Deborah Gunn was born 9 Aug 1642, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 17 Jan 1694, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.




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