Hannah Drew1

F, b. 26 February 1709/10
     Hannah was born at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, on 26 February 1709/10.2 She married Henry Hill say 1729 at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, A guess based on her birth date.1,2 As of say 1729,her married name was Hill.1,2

Family

Henry Hill b. c 1705

Citations

  1. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 214.
  2. [S547] Sybil Noyes et al, GDMNH, 206.

William Hill Jr.1

M, b. circa 1678
Father*William Hill Sr.1 b. c 1646
Mother*Hannah Roberts1 b. s 1649
ChartsThelma L. Gray Pedigree Chart
     From Dover, NH, History - Double Entry Land Grants - No. 17 - P. 157. "granted to Abraham Clark the 3rd of June 1701 and confirmed the 6th of April 1702 Tibbets swears he recorded about three years since, and the said clerk swears that Mishack Drew and William Hill asked him about that time if he would sell his grant of land if they could find it upon the record; I promised them that they should have it and sometime after that they told him that it was recorded and then, bargained with him for Ten pounds and about that time the said Clark asked Capt. Tibbets if he had any grant and he told him that he did not love to enter such false things." ]

In 1706, William Hill dwelt at the lower side of Pudding Hill, now in Madbury, east of the B&M Railroad. The mast path from the interior to the waters of Great Bay ran past his plantation (Source New Hampshire Genealogical Record, Vol 5, No 3, July 1908, Page 98, Bennington Museum Library, Bennington, VT).

He was baptized as William Hill, Sr. on 8 Nov. 1722 ( probably the "Sr" was used because his son William had become of age).
In 1716, he was selected at the Dover town meeting as a surveyor of highways, and, in 1717, was employed as a drover for the North side of Oyster River. In 1721, he was paid for scouting. In 1722, he assisted in surveying a road to Lake Winnepesaukee, NH. In 1724, he was a transient scout.

(This information comes from the Durham, NH History Book.)
In 1720, he deeded, with his mother, her share in Wheelwright Pond to Salathiel Denbo, and included any other land which might have been deeded to William Roberts by the town of Dover. This was land deeded unto William Roberts by the town of Dover. In this document William is called grandson of William Roberts. The land is described as being at the freshet of Oyster River. Witnessed by ------- Follett, James Davis and Samuel Smith.

William Hill Sr. in 1726 sold William Hill Jr., for sixty pounds, thirty acres on the north east side of Oyster River. This was land granted to William Sr. by the town of Dover on 23 June 1701.
In the following land records it is not possible to determine which are for William and which are for his son, William. I have added the ones that I cannot place with William Sr.

In 1729 William Hill Sr., of Dover, sold land in Dover to Joseph Hicks, for the sum of ten pounds.
William's wife, Judith gave up her dower rights and power of thirds. The land consisted of ten acres given to William by the town of Dover in the year (following is a blank space) "as by a Town Book doth fully appear."

Abraham Clark and William Hill, both of Oyster River, sold to John Downing, of Newington, NH, for forty pounds, land in Rochester, on 10 June 1730. The land was Lot number 129 and is 2/3 part of said right or property, and is butting upon the Ten Rod Road, is next adjoining to Cocheco River, and also adjoining upon Catt Shutes? lot. Witnesses were George and -------- Walton. Vol 17 P 211 and 212.

On May 9 1732, William Hill, of Durham, husbandman, bound himself to pay Richard Ward, gaoler, of Portsmouth, NH, The condition of the above obligation was to allow, Ichabod Hill, of Dover, husbandman, who was in prison, to have the liberty of walking at large within the prison yard. If he would "tarry and abide within the limits aforesaid and not absent himself from said prison or the limits aforesaid until he shall be lawfully discharged."

In Dec 1733 with Richard Ward, plaintiff, and William Hill, defendant, the jury found for the defendant, There was no discussion of the particulars of the case. (From records at Fruit St., Concord, NH, which is a depository of records which are not wills or deeds.)
On 18 March 1733/34, William Hill and many others, received a grant of 25 acres for common for improvements to common land since 1701. This piece of land could have been given to William Jr.

On 11 Nov 1734 William Hill sold to Henry Hill for two hundred pounds, a certain piece of land in Durham,"containing one third part of my land or farm where I now live." The land was bounded by a creek "commonly called Bunker's Creek. The land lay on the north side of the creek, on the east went up to Henry Rines land, then by Rines land to the land that Joseph Jenkins bought of William Clay, and then "part by said Jenkins land" and from there down to the above mentioned creek. Witnessed by Samuel and Hannah Smith. Vol. 22 - P. 69-70.
In 1733, he signed a petition for the division of Dover.

On 20 Nov 1736 William Hill sold to Eli Demerest 5 ½ acres between Madbury and Newtown Roads, being at Eli James bounds. It was part of a 30 acre parcel given William Hill in 1702.

James Huckins, of Dover, sold to William Hill, of the same place, land in Barrington, NH, for five pounds, ten shillings, on 20 Nov 1736, with all the trees and timber thereon. The land was one half of one fifth part of 150 acres, being Lot 11 in Barrington, that James Huckins purchased in partnership with John Miservey, Daniel Miservey, John Huckins and Eli Demerest, from James Libby, of Portsmouth, NH, which they purchased on 14 May 1736. Later Lot 11 was said to have 120 acres. Witnesses were Isaac Libby and John Hanson. Vol 26 - P 91 and 92.
On March 1744, William Hill, of Durham, NH, sold to Daniel Delum, of the same place, for forty shillings,"one certain right of land when recovered being all my right, title and interest to that land on the right side of the Lamprell River, at a place called and known by the name of Hook, within the township of Durham." Witnesses were Thomas Green and Daniel Kelly. Vol 30 - P 115.

William Hill, yeoman, of Durham, NH, sold to James Bunker, cordwainer, also of Durham, on 25 Dec 1746, for thirty pounds, 25 acres in Durham. The land began at Joseph Bunker's south west corner, of his land above Newtown, then south west, then north west to Bunker's line, and from there a straight course to where it began. William states that he is the true and lawful owner of the land. Judith gives up her rights of dower and power of thirds, but does not sign the record. Witnesses are William Colwell and Temperance Smith. Vol 32 - P. 450 ½ and 461 ½.
On 6 March 1747, William Hill, husbandman, of Durham, sold Thomas Wille, of Durham, for twenty nine-pounds, four and one quarter acres of land in Durham. This land was part of the twenty five acres that William Hill purchased of James Bunker, between New Town River and the creek. Witnesses were W. Ordione and Avis Ordione. Vol 46 - P 41-42.

Ralph Hall, of Dover, sold to William Hill, of Dover, for 120 pounds, 8 acres in the town of Dover on 13 June 1747. The land was one part or share of Dover town common or undivided land, being part of Lot 342 in the division of common lands. The land begins at a certain place in Freetown in Dover, on the north side of a road which runs from James Huckins to Joseph Daniel Jr's. (The rest is very difficult to read as it is measured in rods and degrees) Witnesses were Eli Demerest, Abigail Drew, James Huckins and Joseph Daniel Jr.

William Hill, of Dover, yeoman, for one hundred pounds, sold Joseph Atkinson, physician, of Durham, 25 acres of land in the town of Durham, on 12 March 1750, which Hill bought of James Bunker. The 20 acres was part of the 25 acre grant of land given to Bunker on 18 March 1734, by a committee chosen to grant vacant land in Durham. Beginning at the southwest of a tract of land formerly laid out to Abraham Clark, above New Town Mill. Again Judith gave up her right of dower and power of thirds. Witnesses were John Williams and Bridget Williams. Vol 48 - P. 153.

28 Aug. 1754 - William Hill, of Dover, asked that the Court attach the goods, estate or person of John Wille, Jr., or take him today to assure his attendance at the next session of court. William stated that on 3 Dec. 1753, at Durham by his promissory note, John Wille agreed to pay the plaintiff, by the first Tues. of Sept. next, 5650 feet of merchantable white pine board delivered to the falls landing. place in Durham on or before the first of May next. Yet although many times requested he had not delivered the goods. (Document from Fruit St., Concord, NH depository).

The Court on 28 Aug. 1754 commanded the sheriff to attach the goods and or estate of Eldad Langley, of Nottingham, NH, or arrest him, to attend the next session of the court on the first Tues. of Sept., to answer to William Hill, of Dover, yeoman. William stated that on 16 May 1753 at Dover, by his promissory note, Eldad agreed to pay William 158 pounds 14 shillings, old tenor, on or before 22 Oct next for value received. Yet to this date he had not done so although many times requested to do so. (From Fruit St., Concord, NH depository).2 William was born at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire, circa 1678. Anne Smith claims he was born in 1678, as does some of the LDS Ancestral Files, but the History of Durham maintains it was 1669.

However, an item in the will of one John Knight, written on 11 Nov 1694 and proved 3 Dec 1694, at Dover, NH, suggests that William was still a minor at the time the will was written. "Wm & Henry Hill five pounds apiece of it in money if thay [sic] faithfully serve their time out w[ith] their dame." Vol. 31; Pages 307-8, "New Hampshire Wills", online at http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/new-hampshire/provincial-and-state-papers-volume-31-hwe/page-32-provincial-and-state-papers-volume-31-hwe.shtml.

If William was born in 1678 as Anne suggests, he would still have been 16-17 at the time the will was written. Henry would have been even younger..1,3 He married Judith unknown in March 1698/99 at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.4,5

Family

Judith unknown
Children

Citations

  1. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 213.
  2. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 8-10.
  3. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 12.
  4. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 214.
  5. [S35] Clarence Almon Torrey, 372.
  6. [S22] IGI, LDS.
  7. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 11.

William Hill Sr.1,2,3

M, b. circa 1646
ChartsThelma L. Gray Pedigree Chart
     William's birth date was established from a deposition he gave on 30 Sept 1680 when he stated that he was 34 years old. He also gave a deposition, at age 40, when he said he "had known Bellamy's Freshet since he could remember".

From History of Durham New Hampshire. - P. 153 - A Provision Rate list for Oyster River in 1675 contained the name of William Hill.

On 9 June 1681, William was fined for being drunk. He owed a sentence of 5s and fees.

Lieutenant Coffin posted for it. (Source - Town papers of New Hampshire, Dover, NH, Dover Public Library).

From History of Durham, New Hampshire - P. 68 -I n 1710, "Peter Coffin, age about 79, testified that Valentine Hill lived on the north side of Oyster River near the mill and employed a great many men on his 500 acres, and that Coffin himself was one of his employees and afterward was agent of Hill's estate."

Also from reading other parts of the Durham History it seems that the mill, mentioned above, was near the Oyster River Falls, which was near the freshet. Valentine and William Hill would have been near neighbors.

Dover covered a large area in the 1600's, and Oyster River was part of Dover. When Durham split off, Oyster River was part of Durham. In the early years of Dover three Hills are taxed; Valentine, John and William. The Durham History says that Valentine and John are not brothers, as Valentine had a brother John in England .. They felt that it was possible that William was a son of John. In Durham History they have William first taxed in 1675. However in the Dover History book there is a list of persons taxed at Oyster River in 1657. The list contains the name Will Hill. Since our William was, from his depositions, born about 1646, he cannot have been taxed in 1657.· From this I conclude that, although William, b 1646, could be the son of John, it seems more likely that he was the son of the earlier William. From his deposition it seems that he was in Dover as a young boy. Also in the Durham History book there are 6 children listed for John, the youngest born in 1657. It could be that the first John and the first William were brothers, or William could have been Valentine's brother. It has to be considered that Coffin, agent for Valentine Hill, paid William's fine.

He died before 1694 when his wife remarried. There was an Indian massacre in 1692; William Hill may have died at that time.

In a deed of John Drew, of Dover, NH, in 1712, there is mention of William Hill's plantation near Maharramet's Hill (Source - "History of Dover, NH," by John Scales, Vol 1 (1923) page 206-7, New York State Library, Albany, NY, 974.25). [Note: The present writer was unable to verify this reference and source in the copy of the Dover History in his possession.] This must be the home of William's son which is referred to here.4 William was born circa 1646.1 He married Hannah Roberts before 1669 at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.1,4,5

Family

Hannah Roberts b. s 1649
Children

Citations

  1. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 213.
  2. [S547] Sybil Noyes et al, GDMNH, 330.
  3. [S1027] Strafford County Marriages, Part 2 (published), 261.
  4. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 11.
  5. [S35] Clarence Almon Torrey, 372.
  6. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 12.

Hannah Roberts1

F, b. say 1649
Father*William Roberts2 b. s 1622, d. 1675
Mother*Dorothy unknown2 d. a 1687
ChartsThelma L. Gray Pedigree Chart
     Hannah was born at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire, say 1649.3 She married William Hill Sr. before 1669 at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.1,4,5 As of before 1669,her married name was Hill.1,5,4 As of 22 May 1694,her married name was Cox.6 Hannah Roberts married John Cox on 22 May 1694 at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.6

Family 1

William Hill Sr. b. c 1646
Children

Family 2

John Cox b. c 1694

Citations

  1. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 213.
  2. [S547] Sybil Noyes et al, GDMNH, 589.
  3. [S596] Analysis of existing data by John Roger Wood.
  4. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 11.
  5. [S35] Clarence Almon Torrey, 372.
  6. [S35] Clarence Almon Torrey, 188.
  7. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 12.

John Cox1

M, b. circa 1694
     John was born at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire, circa 1694.1 He married Hannah Roberts on 22 May 1694 at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.2

Family

Hannah Roberts b. s 1649

Citations

  1. [S35] Clarence Almon Torrey, 372.
  2. [S35] Clarence Almon Torrey, 188.

Henry Hill1

M, b. say 1680
Father*William Hill Sr.1 b. c 1646
Mother*Hannah Roberts1 b. s 1649
     There is no further record of this Henry, other than his being an apprentice to John Knight, along with his brother (William) in 1694. (Source - "New Hampshire Wills", New Hampshire Probate Records pages 397-8, Dover, NH, for the will of John Knight.)1 Henry was born at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire, say 1680.1

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 12.

Judith unknown1

F
ChartsThelma L. Gray Pedigree Chart
     Judith unknown married William Hill Jr. in March 1698/99 at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.1,2 As of March 1698/99,her married name was Hill.1,2

Family

William Hill Jr. b. c 1678
Children

Citations

  1. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 214.
  2. [S35] Clarence Almon Torrey, 372.
  3. [S22] IGI, LDS.
  4. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 11.

William Hill III1

M, b. 1703, d. 1760
Father*William Hill Jr.1 b. c 1678
Mother*Judith unknown1
     William was born at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire, in 1703. The IGI errs in calling his parents William Hill and Hannah Roberts. They were his grandparents, according to the Durham History..1,2 He married Patience Drew on 21 August 1729 at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire.3 William Hill III died in 1760 at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.1

Family

Patience Drew b. Jan 1707

Citations

  1. [S22] IGI, LDS.
  2. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 214.
  3. [S547] Sybil Noyes et al, GDMNH, 206.

Patience Hill1

F, b. 29 December 1720
Father*William Hill Jr.2 b. c 1678
Mother*Judith unknown2
     She was baptized on 29 December 1720 at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.1

Citations

  1. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 214.
  2. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 11.

Abigail Hill1

F, b. 29 December 1720
Father*William Hill Jr.2 b. c 1678
Mother*Judith unknown2
     She was baptized on 29 December 1720 at Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.1

Citations

  1. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 214.
  2. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 11.

Patience Drew1

F, b. January 1707
     Patience was born at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, in January 1707.1 As of 21 August 1729,her married name was Hill.1 She married William Hill III on 21 August 1729 at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire.1

Family

William Hill III b. 1703, d. 1760

Citations

  1. [S547] Sybil Noyes et al, GDMNH, 206.

Elizabeth Hill1

F, b. circa 1740
Father*Eliphalet Hill1 b. 29 Dec 1720, d. a 1800
Mother*Jerusha unknown1
     Elizabeth was born at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, circa 1740.1 She was baptized on 1 January 1742 at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire.2

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 7.
  2. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 214.

Hannah Hill1

F, b. circa 1741
Father*Eliphalet Hill1 b. 29 Dec 1720, d. a 1800
Mother*Jerusha unknown1
     Hannah was born at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, circa 1741.1 She was baptized on 1 January 1742 at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire.2

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 7.
  2. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 214.

Jonathan Hill1

M, b. 5 May 1749, d. December 1804
Father*Eliphalet Hill1 b. 29 Dec 1720, d. a 1800
Mother*Jerusha unknown1
     Jonathan was born at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, on 5 May 1749.1 He married Hannah unknown say 1774 at perhaps, Rochester, Strafford, New Hampshire.2 Jonathan Hill lived in 1790 at Rochester, Strafford, New Hampshire.2 He died in December 1804 at perhaps, Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire. At age 55.1

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 7.
  2. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 214.

Ruth Hill1

F, b. say 1751
Father*Eliphalet Hill1 b. 29 Dec 1720, d. a 1800
Mother*Jerusha unknown1
     Ruth was born at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, say 1751.1

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 7.

Eliphalet Hill Jr.1

M, b. say 1753
Father*Eliphalet Hill1 b. 29 Dec 1720, d. a 1800
Mother*Jerusha unknown1
     Eliphalet was born at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, say 1753.1 He lived in 1777 at Rochester, Strafford, New Hampshire.2

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 7.
  2. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 214.

Hannah unknown1

F
     As of say 1774,her married name was Hill.1 Hannah unknown married Jonathan Hill say 1774 at perhaps, Rochester, Strafford, New Hampshire.1

Family

Jonathan Hill b. 5 May 1749, d. Dec 1804

Citations

  1. [S876] Everetts S. Stackpole and Winthrop S. Meserve Durham, NH, History, 214.

Martha Hill1

F, b. circa 1776, d. after 1870
Father*Samuel Hill1 b. c 1744, d. a 28 Apr 1823
Mother*Patience Meader1 b. s 1743, d. a 1784
     Martha was born at Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire, circa 1776. Anne Smith says that she was born ca 1785, but three US censuses -- 1850, 1860 and 1870 -- for Derby, VT, give her birth date as 1775/6..1 As of circa 1803,her married name was Hinman.1 She married Isaac Hinman circa 1803 at probably, Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada, A guess based on the probable birth date of their eldest son Isaac, Jr., in 1804. (1850 US census for Derby, VT.1 Martha Hill died after 1870 at probably, Derby, Orleans, Vermont.1

Family

Isaac Hinman

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 4.

Isaac Hinman1

M
     Isaac Hinman married Martha Hill circa 1803 at probably, Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada, A guess based on the probable birth date of their eldest son Isaac, Jr., in 1804. (1850 US census for Derby, VT.1

Family

Martha Hill b. c 1776, d. a 1870

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 4.

Aaron Hill1

M, b. circa 1784
Father*Samuel Hill1 b. c 1744, d. a 28 Apr 1823
Mother*Patience Meader1 b. s 1743, d. a 1784
     Aaron was born at Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire, circa 1784. Anne Smith says that he was born ca 1781, but the 1870 US census of Holland, VT, and the 1871 Canadian census of Barnston, say he was born in 1784..1 He married Deborah Williams after 15 December 1812 at New Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.1

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 4.

Deborah Williams1

F
     As of after 15 December 1812,her married name was Hill.1 Deborah Williams married Aaron Hill after 15 December 1812 at New Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.1

Family

Aaron Hill b. c 1784

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 4.

Hannah Hill1

F, b. circa 1780
Father*Samuel Hill1 b. c 1744, d. a 28 Apr 1823
Mother*Patience Meader1 b. s 1743, d. a 1784
     Hannah was born at Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire, circa 1780.1 As of say 1800,her married name was Davis.1 She married Gideon Davis say 1800 at probably, Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada.2

Family

Gideon Davis

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 4.
  2. [S662] B. F. Hubbard, Stanstead County, Quebec History, 307.

Gideon Davis1

M
     Gideon Davis married Hannah Hill say 1800 at probably, Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada.2

Family

Hannah Hill b. c 1780

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 4.
  2. [S662] B. F. Hubbard, Stanstead County, Quebec History, 307.

Levi Hill1

M, b. 11 March 1778, d. 18 April 1851
Father*Samuel Hill1 b. c 1744, d. a 28 Apr 1823
Mother*Patience Meader1 b. s 1743, d. a 1784
     Levi was born at Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire, on 11 March 1778.1 He married Polly Locke say 1803 at probably, Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada.2 Levi Hill died on 18 April 1851 at Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada. At age 73.1

Family

Polly Locke

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 4.
  2. [S662] B. F. Hubbard, Stanstead County, Quebec History, 307.

Polly Locke1

F
     As of say 1803,her married name was Hill.1 Polly Locke married Levi Hill say 1803 at probably, Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada.1

Family

Levi Hill b. 11 Mar 1778, d. 18 Apr 1851

Citations

  1. [S662] B. F. Hubbard, Stanstead County, Quebec History, 307.

Patience Hill1

F, b. 15 February 1781, d. 8 January 1858
Father*Samuel Hill1 b. c 1744, d. a 28 Apr 1823
Mother*Patience Meader1 b. s 1743, d. a 1784
     Patience was born at Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire, on 15 February 1781.1,2 As of say 1802,her married name was Peaslee.3 She married Philip Peaslee say 1802 at probably, Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada.3,2 Patience Hill died on 8 January 1858 at age 76.2

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 4.
  2. [S429] LDS Family Search, online www.familysearch.org, Pedigree Resource Fille Compact Disc #142; Pin #4087613.
  3. [S662] B. F. Hubbard, Stanstead County, Quebec History, 307.

Philip Peaslee1

M
     Philip Peaslee married Patience Hill say 1802 at probably, Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada.1,2

Family

Patience Hill b. 15 Feb 1781, d. 8 Jan 1858

Citations

  1. [S662] B. F. Hubbard, Stanstead County, Quebec History, 307.
  2. [S429] LDS Family Search, online www.familysearch.org, Pedigree Resource Fille Compact Disc #142; Pin #4087613.

Joseph Hill1

M, b. say 1770, d. after 1833
Father*Samuel Hill1 b. c 1744, d. a 28 Apr 1823
Mother*Patience Meader1 b. s 1743, d. a 1784
     Joseph was born at Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire, say 1770. Joseph bought 32 acres in Lot 48, Range 2, Division 2 in Barrington, NH, from Jeremiah Berry on 14 Nov 1791. He would have had to have been at least 21 years of age at that time, which would place his birth date at 1770..1 He married Hannah Scruten say 1795 at perhaps, Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire.2 Joseph Hill left a will on 23 July 1830 at Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada.1 He died after 1833 at Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec.1

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 4.
  2. [S662] B. F. Hubbard, Stanstead County, Quebec History, 307.

Hannah Scruten1

F
     As of say 1795,her married name was Hill.1 Hannah Scruten married Joseph Hill say 1795 at perhaps, Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire.1

Family

Joseph Hill b. s 1770, d. a 1833

Citations

  1. [S662] B. F. Hubbard, Stanstead County, Quebec History, 307.

Samuel Hill Jr.1

M, b. say 1772
Father*Samuel Hill1 b. c 1744, d. a 28 Apr 1823
Mother*Patience Meader1 b. s 1743, d. a 1784
     Samuel was born at Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire, say 1772. The date is a guess..1 He married Sally Bartlett say 1800 at probably, Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada.2

Family

Sally Bartlett b. 16 Aug 1780

Citations

  1. [S869] Anne Kendall Smith, "Hannah Marsh Ancestry", 4.
  2. [S662] B. F. Hubbard, Stanstead County, Quebec History, 297.