Richard Church II of Hartford
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Richard Church of Hartford - Richard Church, son of Richard and Alice, born in London, England, February 6th, 1610, married May 18th, 1627, Anne daughter of Edward Marsh (1600 - October 10th 1684) of Braintree, England.
Richard came to Hartford with Hooker in 1636, and drew twelveacres of land in the first land division in 1639; had a house and land in Burr Street and land at the cow pasture in 1640; was viewer of chimneys in 1647, and was freed from watching, warding and training by the General Court, March 7th, 1654 and 1655.
He was on of the sixty persons who "at a meeting at Goodman Ward's house, April 18th, 1659, signed an agreement to remove themselves and families out of Connecticut into Massachusetts, for the purpose of forming the town of Hadley," where he died December 16th, 1667.
Richard Church II of Hartford had five children:
Edward Church (February 26th 1628 - September 10th 1704)
Samuel Church (March 3rd, 1629 - unknown)
Mary Church (November 2nd 1632 - unknown)
John Church (May 9th 1636 - October 16th 1691)
Samuel Church (1636 - April 13th, 1684) ... show more
Died: Dec 16, 1667 (age 59) in Hadley, Massachusetts