The descendants of John Owen : who settled at Windsor, Connecticut, 1624-2007

Owen
compiled by Verne R. Spear ; assisted by Patricia Finch Harjung
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South Deerfield, Massachusetts : V.R. Spear, 2007
2 v. : geneal. tables.

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John Owen was born 25 December 1624 in Wales. His parents were Richard Owen and Johanna Pitt. He married Rebecca Wade in 1650 in Windsor, Connecticut. They had eleven children. He died in 1697/8. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, Illinois and Iowa.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents: v. 1. Generations one to seven -- v. 2. Generations eight to eleven.

Includes Adams, Alderman, Barber, Case, Clark, Cushman, Forward, Gillett, Granger, Griffin, Griswold, Higley, Hinckley, Holcomb, King, Moore, Pettibone, Phelps, Rising, Russ, Sikes, Stockton, Thompson, Viets, Winchell, Worthington and related families.

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