Descendants of John Webster, I (Governor)

Submitted by Dorothy Ann Schneider
 

 

Generation No. 6
48. STEPHEN14 WEBSTER (ISAAC13, STEPHEN12, JONATHAN (DEACON)11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born in West Hartford, Connecticut. He married ANN MCCLOUD.

Child of Stephen Webster and Ann McCloud is:

49. TIMOTHY14 WEBSTER II (TIMOTHY13, STEPHEN12, JONATHAN (DEACON)11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born in Cairo, Greene County, New York. He married MABEL BIDWELL.

Child of Timothy Webster and Mabel Bidwell is:

50. MICHAEL14 WEBSTER (TIMOTHY13, STEPHEN12, JONATHAN (DEACON)11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born May 08, 1748 in Probably Hartford, Connecticut, and died February 27, 1850. He married ELIZABETH CLARK July 10, 1774.

Child of Michael Webster and Elizabeth Clark is:

51. TRUMAN14 WEBSTER (STEPHEN13, BENJAMIN (DEACON)12, JONATHAN (DEACON)11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born in Northfield, Litchfield County, Connecticut. He married DIADEMA SANFORD.

Child of Truman Webster and Diadema Sanford is:

52. CHARLES14 WEBSTER II (CHARLES13, BENJAMIN (DEACON)12, JONATHAN (DEACON)11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born in Westford, Otsego County, New York. He married LYDIA EGGLESTON.

Child of Charles Webster and Lydia Eggleston is:

53. SIMEON14 WEBSTER (JOHN13, BENJAMIN (DEACON)12, JONATHAN (DEACON)11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born in Whitestown, Herkimer County, New York. He married JERUSHA CAMP.

Notes

Simeon Webster is mentioned in the History of Tolland County (Page 89), as having been in the French & Indian War - campaign of 1758. Connecticut had agreed to furnish 5,000 men, and a company was formed in Toland County and its vicinity, of which Samuel Chapman, of Tolland, was captain.

Child of Simeon Webster and Jerusha Camp is:

54. ELIJAH14 WEBSTER (EZEKIEL13, JONATHAN12, JONATHAN (DEACON)11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) died in Vernon, Oneida County, New York. He married (1) JERUSHA SPARKS ?. He married (2) ESTHER (?).

Child of Elijah Webster and Jerusha ? is:

55. AMOS14 WEBSTER (DAVID13, JONATHAN12, JONATHAN (DEACON)11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND). He married MABEL ANDREWS.

Child of Amos Webster and Mabel Andrews is:

56. STEPHEN14 WEBSTER II (STEPHEN13, JONATHAN12, JONATHAN (DEACON)11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND).

Child of Stephen Webster is:

57. CYPRIAN14 WEBSTER, MAJOR (DEAON CYPRIAN13, CYPRIAN12, WILLIAM11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born in Harwinton, Connecticut. He married SABRA ROSSITER.

Child of Cyprian Webster and Sabra Rossiter is:

58. WILLIAM14 WEBSTER (WILLIAM13, WILLIAM12, WILLIAM11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND). He married (1) LYDIA CONE. He married (2) JANE GARRISON VAN AMBERG.

Child of William Webster and Lydia Cone is:

59. JOHN14 WEBSTER (JAMES13, WILLIAM12, WILLIAM11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born in Salina, Washtenau County, Michigan. He married CHARITY BENNETT.

Child of John Webster and Charity Bennett is:

60. AMOS14 WEBSTER II (AMOS13, MOSES12, WILLIAM11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born in Harwinton, Connecticut. He married LYDIA POND.

Child of Amos Webster and Lydia Pond is:

61. OZIAS14 WEBSTER (CHARLES13, MOSES12, WILLIAM11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born in Harwinton, Connecticut. He married HANNAH MERRIAM.

Child of Ozias Webster and Hannah Merriam is:

62. AARON14 WEBSTER III (AARON13, SAMUEL12, WILLIAM11, ROBERT10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born in Henrietta, Monroe Co0unty, New York. He married AMY BENTLEY.

Child of Aaron Webster and Amy Bentley is:

63. JONATHAN14 WEBSTER III (JONATHAN13, JONATHAN12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born February 23, 1749 in Lebanon, Connecticut, and died Aft June 1809 in ?. He married ? Unknown in ?.

Notes

Received his double share of his father's property, as the first-born, and was named in the distribution of his mother's estate, June 9, 1809.

Served in the 2d Reg't., Gen. Joseph Spencer's, Cap't. Levi Wells Co0. of Colchester, from May 11, to Dec 17, 1775, a private. Also served for 15 days (Lexington Alarm List) in Cap't. Daniel Tilden's Co., from Lebanon, Ct.

No trace of Jonathan Webster after June 9, 1809, had been found at the time of the publishing of "Webster Family of Connecticut."

Children of Jonathan Webster and ? are:

64. JAMES14 WEBSTER (JONATHAN13, JONATHAN12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born December 22, 1751 in Exeter Parish, Lebanon, Connecticut. He married ANNA MARSH, daughter of Pelatiah Marsh and Anna Marsh.

Notes

James Webster's name appears on the Lexington Alarm List for 15 days in April, 1775, from the town of Lebanon, in Capt. Clark's Company.

Children of James Webster and Anna Marsh are:

65. DAVID14 WEBSTER I (JONATHAN13, JONATHAN12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born February 14, 1754 in N. S. at Lebanon, Connecticut, and died October 15, 1819 in Grafton, Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York. He married (1) JERUSHA BERGE. He married (2) NANCY RANDALL.

Notes

David's name appears on the Lexington Alarm List for a service of four days in April, 1775, from the town of Lebanon, Capt. James Clar's Company. Also served in the 10th Co., Capt. John Ripley of Windham, 8th Regt., Col. Jedidiah Huntington of Norwich, from July 11, to Dec. 18, 1775 - Regt. recruital mainly in New London, Hartford and Windham Counties - was stationed on the Sound until September 14, when it was ordered to Boston Camp, and took part at Rocbury in Gen. Spencer's Brigade.

David lived at Lebanon, Connecticut, and then later in Grafton, Rensselaer County, New York, where he died.

Children of David Webster and Jerusha Berge are:

Children of David Webster and Nancy Randall are:

66. ISRAEL14 WEBSTER (JONATHAN13, JONATHAN12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born May 25, 1756 in Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut, and died May 03, 1838 in Ascot, Lower Canada. He married MARY SOPHIA CARPENTER March 13, 1781 in Connecticut, daughter of Ephriam Carpenter and Sophia Wheeler.

Notes

Was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, serving his full term, and was discharged in New Jersey, April 20, 1780. He had been promoted to Sergeant during his service, and had been in the battles of Germantown and Monmouth. He was pensioned at $180 per annum, and after his death, his widow was allowed the same rate.

Children of Israel Webster and Mary Carpenter are:

67. WILLIAM14 WEBSTER (JONATHAN13, JONATHAN12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born August 01, 1758 in Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut, and died January 10, 1841 in Ellicott, Chautauqua County, New York. He married ANNA HODGE October 27, 1785 in Glastonbury, Connecticut, daughter of Benjamin Hodge and Lydia Welles.

Notes

William was a soldier in the Revolutionary war, and alleges seven tours of service of about two months each, in the Connecticut Militia. 1st, was drafted in September, 1776, at Lebanon, Ct., served in Capt. Ephriam Carpenter's Co., of Col Hosford's Regt., marched to New Haven, Ct., thence to Rye, N. Y., and thence to Froge Point, near New York. The main army then marched to White Plains but Hosford's Regt. retreated to Rye, and thence to the Saw Pits, near Byram River, where they had a skirmish with a force of British and Tories in which some of the enemy were killed and wounded, and Gen. Parsons coming up with his Brigade, dispersed the enemy. His Regt. remained at the Saw Pits a short time, when he was discharged, and got back to Lebanon in November 2, 1777, and then resided in Woodstock, Connecticut. Eventually he moved about three miles south of the village of Northeast, Pennsylvania.

From The Webster Genealogy: "William and Anna moved about 1789 to Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire, and to Hartland and Woodstock, Vermont, about 1795. (It was in Woodstock that he had a pension granted him.) Later he moved to a place about three miles south of the village of North East, Erie County, Pennsylvania, but moved back north about four years later, to the town of Ellicott, Chautauqua County, New York, where he died in 1841.

2d, in April or May, 1777, he was drafted on an Alarm, and served for two months at Ft. Trumbull, New London, Ct., in Capt. John Skinner's Co. of Col. Samuel Chapman's Regt.

3d, about June 1777, he was drafted on an Alarm, and served for two months at Ft. Griswold, Groton, Ct., in Capt. Bush's Co., of Col. Jones' Regt., and while there frequently saw the British fleet, three ships of which lay at anchor off there for about three weeks at one time.

4th, in Sept., 1777, he was drafted to go to the North, served under Capt. John Skinner, in Col. Jonathan Lattimore's Regt., "marked to the taking of Gen'; Burgoyne," and was there at the surrender. His brigade was then under the command of Gen'l Poor, in General Benedict Arnold's division, where he fought in both of the battles near Saratoga, September 19th and October 9, 1777, which led to the surrender of General Burgoyne.

5th, in March, 1778, was called out on an Alarm, and served two months at Fort Griswold, Groton, Ct., in Capt Azariah "Right's" Co., of Col. Eliphalet Buckley's Regt.

6th, in Sept., 1778, he with four others, under command of Sergt. Clark, at the particular request of Gov. Trumbull, went to Stamford, and Fairfield, Ct., in pursuit of Tories, who were supplying provisions to the British on Long Island. They arrested three of them and took them to Lebanon, Ct., where they were held as prisoners for several months. Was gone from home one month, and marched 100 miles. He was allowed a pension of $43.33 per annum, and after his death his widow was also allowed one.

1785, July 11, William Webster of Lebanon sells to Rufus Lamb, land in Lebanon set out to said William from his father's estate. Boundaries mention Israel Webster and Ruel Webster.

From The Webster Genealogy: "William and Anna moved about 1789 to Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire, and to Hartland and Woodstock, Vermont, about 1795. Later he moved to North East, Erie County, Pennsylvania, but came back four years later, to the town of Ellicott, Chautauqua County, New York, where he died.

1810, March 24, William Webster of Hartford, Windsor Co., Vt., sells to Israel Webster of said Hartford, 34 acres--his right in the estate of Jonathan Webster, and the thirds of Ruth Webster in Lebanon, Ct.

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[Brøderbund Family Archive #311, Ed. 1, Census Index: U.S. Selected Counties, 1790, Date of Import: Nov 11, 1996, Internal Ref. #1.311.1.3003.43]

Individual: Webster, William

County/State: Grafton Co., NH

Page #: 030

Year: 1790

Age ranges in household: 01-01-03-00-00

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Children of William Webster and Anna Hodge are:

68. BENONI14 WEBSTER (JONATHAN13, JONATHAN12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born April 03, 1762 in Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut, and died January 08, 1823. He married SALLY METCALFE December 17, 1789 in Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut.

Notes

Benoni and Sally settled in East Roxbury, Washington County, Vermont, in the spring of 1797, in the northeast part of the town on lot No. 3, of the first range, (which he had bought in 1796) then an unbroken wilderness. His first house was logs, roofed with bark, and floored with split basswood, smoothed with an axe. In 1810 he build a large framed house, making the rooms about two feet higher than it was usual to make them at that time, so that "Uncle Sam Metcalf of Royalton, could stand up in them with his hat on." The doors were also made unusually high, so that his wife's tall relations could come in without stooping, as he said. He was the first to plant fruit trees in town.

Children of Benoni Webster and Sally Metcalfe are:

69. RUEL14 WEBSTER (JONATHAN13, JONATHAN12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born Abt October 1764 in Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut. He married POLLY METCALF.

Children of Ruel Webster and Polly Metcalf are:

70. GERSHOM14 WEBSTER (JONATHAN13, JONATHAN12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born Abt July 1765 in Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut. He married REBECCA HOLDRIDGE.

Children of Gershom Webster and Rebecca Holdridge are:

71. LABAN14 WEBSTER I (JONATHAN13, JONATHAN12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born Abt June 1767 in Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut. He married LUCY WRIGHT.

Children of Laban Webster and Lucy Wright are:

72. AARON14 WEBSTER I (JONATHAN13, JONATHAN12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born September 20, 1778 in East Roxbury, Washington County, Vermont. He married JEMIMA BRALEY.

Children of Aaron Webster and Jemima Braley are:

73. PELATIAH14 WEBSTER (OLIVER13, PELETIAH12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND). He married MARY CORCY.

Child of Pelatiah Webster and Mary Corcy is:

74. CONSTANT14 WEBSTER II (CONSTANT13, PELETIAH12, GEORGE11, THOMAS10, JOHN9, MATHEW8, JOHN7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, WEBSTER OF2 LOCKINGTON, WEBSTER OF1 SCOTLAND) was born in Stephentown, Rensselaer County, New York. He married CHLOE DANIELS.

Children of Constant Webster and Chloe Daniels are: