Cleek, Dunmore, Gum, Hill, Stephenson, Suit Family - Person Sheet
Cleek, Dunmore, Gum, Hill, Stephenson, Suit Family - Person Sheet
Birthca 162274546
Deathbef 1 Nov 1670, Milford, New Haven County, CT74546,74548,74556
BurialFounders Cemetery, Milford, New Haven County, CT74556
FatherEdward or Edmund Tapp (ca1600-)
MotherAnn (ca1600-)
Spouses
Birth1620, Dalbury, Lees, Derby, England74541,74272
Residence1644, New Haven, CT74560,74561,74562
Memotook the oath of fidelity
Residenceabt 1660, Milford, New Haven County, CT74563,74564,74565,74566
Will Filed3 Oct 1682, Milford, New Haven County, CT74567,74568,74569
MemoWill Dated
Will Filed3 Dec 1682, Milford, New Haven County, CT74570
MemoWill codicil
Deathaft 3 Oct 1682, Milford, New Haven County, CT74571,74572,74552,74554,74555,74573,74574
Memobef 10 May 1683
Burialaft 3 Oct 1682, Founders Cemetery, Milford, New Haven County, CT74573,74575
Will Filed13 Jun 1683, Milford, New Haven County, CT74567,74568,74576,74570,74569
MemoWill probated; 18 Jun 1683?
OccupationMember of the House of Deputies from 1673 to 1680 inclusive74577
FatherWilliam Fowler (~1600-1659)
MotherSarah Neeld (1599->1638)
Misc. Notes
Pg 19 Capt William Fowler .. At East Haven, “Fowler’s Cove,” and “Fowler’s Creek” now so-called, were named from him. About two miles from New Haven, now the village of Whitneyville, and on the side of the establishment for the manufacture of fire arms, erected by Eli Whitney, the inventor of the cotton gin, Mr. Fowler built a mill, 1645, which the town bought of him 3 Jan 1659, for one hundred pounds.59469

A Genealogical Memoir of the Descendants of Capt William Fowler p.1374427
Capt William2 Fowler, the s/o William1 Fowler, the “magistrate” did not participate with his father in the settlement of Milford, but remained at New Haven, where he took the oath of fidelity, 1644 and was admitted to the General Court, 1645. He was a land holder at New Haven, where he was living, 1655. East Haven, “Fowler's Cove” and “Fowler's Creek” now so-called, were named from him. About two miles fm New Haven, now the village of Whitneyville, and on the site of the establishment for the manufacture of fire-arms, erected by Eli Whitney, the inventor of the cotton gin, Mr. Fowler built a mill, 1645, which the town bought of him, 3 Jan 1659, for one hundred pounds. He was chosen successively, “Sergeant,” “Lieutenant,” and “Captain,” of the “Town Company,” and is mentioned in the Colonial Records of Hartford and New Haven, as one to raise troops as a defence against a threatened incursion of the Dutch.
Military
Pg 19 Capt William Fowler ... He was chosen successively “Sergeant,” “Lieutenant” and “Captain” of the Town Company, and is mentioned in the Colonial Records of Hartford and New Haven, as one to raise troops as a defence(sic) against a threatened incursion of the Dutch.59469

Milford Pg 7172246
Fowler, Deborah, d. Capt W(illia)m, decd, Marr: Jesse Lambert 10 May 1683, Vol 1 Pg 24
Fowler, Hannah, d. Sergt William, Marr: Daniel Buckingham, 21 Nov 1661, by Matthew Gilbert, Dept. Gov, Vol 1 Pg 4 (Sarah Married Daniel Buckingham same day? See below)
Milford Pg 72
Fowler, Marcy, d. Lieut. William, b: 1 Apr 1669, Vol 1 Pg 10
Fowler, Mercy, d. Lieut ( ), b: 1 Apr 1669, Marr: John Betts, of Lebanon, ( ), Vol OL Pg 22
Fowler, Sarah, d. Sergt William, Marr: Daniell Buckingham, b: of Milford, 21 Nov 1661, by Matthew Gilbert, Dept. Gov., Vol OL Pg 14 (Hannah married Daniel Buckingham same day? See above)
Fowler, Sarah, d. Lieut. William, Marr: John Smith, blacksmith, b. of Milford, 19 Jul 1665 by Mr. Ffenn, Magestrate, Vol 1 Pg 7 & Vol OL Pg 18
Fowler, William, s. Lieut William b: ( ) 1664 Vol 1 Pg 6
Fowler, William, Lieut., widower, Marr: Elizabeth Baldwin, wid., 1 Nov 1670 by John Clarke, Commissioner Vol 1 Pg 10 & 15 Nov 1670 Vol OL Pg 23
Milford Pg 73
Fowler, William, 2nd, Capt, 1677, Vol ES Pg 40
Fowler, William, Capt., s. William, Marr: Mary Tapp, d. Edmund & Anne, ( ), Vol 1 Pg 48

New Haven CT Families of Ancient New Haven74428
V4 Pg979 Fowler, William Jr (d: 1683). Sergt, New Haven Train Band, May 1647; Sergt, Artillery Co, May 1648. N. H. Col. I 313, 382

Vol 071 Milford Pg 162 Fowler, William, Lieut, adm full com. ( )y (Pg Worn) 10, 1669 Vol 1 Pg 874578

Image19of51 Pg 18 William Fowler Jr from Colonial records of CT we gather he was appointed by the General Court lieutenant of militia in 1666 and captain in 167374579

Image13of42 Pg 13 Capt William Fowler74580
Marriagebef 1645, Milford, New Haven County, CT74585,74586,74546,74587,74555,74588,74589
ChildrenSarah (ca1646-)
 Hannah (ca1648-)
 John (<1649-<1693)
 Jonathan (<1650-1696)
 Mark (<1655-1686)
 Deborah (<1658-)
 Abigail (1660-1713)
 William (1664-1728)
 Mary (ca1666-1685)
 Temperance (ca1668-)
 Mercy (1669-)
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