Husband: Daniel White (1 2)
Born: 1634 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut
Married: 01 Nov 1661
Died: 27 Jul 1713 in Hatfield, Hampshire, Mass
Father: John White, Elder
Mother: Mary Levitt
Spouses:
Wife: Sarah Crow (3 4 5)
Born: 01 Mar 1646/1647 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut
Died: 26 Jun 1719 in Hatfield, Hampshire, Mass
Father: John Crow
Mother: Elizabeth Goodwin
Spouses:
Children
01 (F): Sarah White (6)
Born: 15 Oct 1662
Died:
Spouses:
02 (F): Mary White (7)
Born:
Died: 05 Sep 1664
Spouses:
03 (F): Mary Crow White (8)
Born: 05 Aug 1665
Died:
Spouses:
04 (F): Elizabeth White
Born: 1667
Died:
Spouses:
05 (M): Daniel White (9)
Born: 04 Jul 1671 in Hatfield, Hampshire, MA
Died: 22 Jun 1726 in Windsor, Hartford, CT
Spouses: Sarah Bissell
06 (F): Esther White (10)
Born:
Died: Feb 1675
Spouses:
07 (F): Hannah White (11)
Born: 04 Jul 1674
Died:
Spouses:
08 (M): John White (12)
Born: 16 Nov 1676
Died: Aug 1677
Spouses:
09 (F): Esther White (13)
Born: about 1677
Died: 07 Sep 1766
Spouses:
10 (F): Hannah White (14)
Born: Sep 1679
Died:
Spouses:
11 (F): Mehitable White (15)
Born: 14 Mar 1683
Died:
Spouses:
Additional Information

Daniel White:

Notes:

From Wayne Olsen:

Listed in LDS Ancestral File, AFN: B5G5-CP. First name listed as Domingo.

From "Genealogies of Hadley Families", compiled by Lucius M. Boltwood, 1905. Republished by Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1996.

Lieutenant, resided in Hatfield, freeman 1690. 11 children.

From " ? ":

He took the oath of allegiance Feb 8, 1669; was freeman in 1690 and was a LT in the militia.

From "Passengers on the Lion 1632", by Sandra Sutphim Olney, Heritage Books, Inc. 1992:

Elder John's third son, Lt. Daniel, born about 1639 in Hartford, was in Hatfield, MA by 1662. He was a farmer, but was frequently called for service to the community. Before the division of Hadley-Hatfield in 1666, he was chosen Constable and in 1670 was a Selectman. Due to the burning of the towns in the Connecticut Valley during King Phillip's War (1675-6) and the burning of Deerfield and Hatfield by renegade Indians in 1677, most all records of the area prior to this time were lost. This has made documentation of births, deaths, and marriages very hard to reconstruct. The title of LT was bestowed on Daniel in 1692 because of his military involvement. Daniel married about 1661 Sarah Crow, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Goodwin) Crow. Elizabeth Goodwin was the daughter of Elder William Goodwin, another passenger on the 1632 voyage of the Lion. Daniel and Sarah were married when Sarah was supposedly 14 yrs and 8 months old. The couple had 11 children. Lt. Daniel died in 1713, leaving a will of record and his widow Sarah died in 1719 at age 72. The inventory of the estate that she left included an extraordinary amount of fine clothes of silk, damask, and linen and many pairs of leather gloves.

Sarah Crow:

Notes:

Sarah bore 11 children.
Sarah 1662
Mary 1664
Mary 1665
Elizabeth 1667
Daniel 1671
Esther
Hannah 1674
John 1676
Esther
Hannah 1679
Mehitable 1683

Footnotes
  1. Raven, Alice (contact) <raviac@yahoo.com>, Raven Genealogy and Family History.
  2. Olsen, Wayne, PAF file: Boslow_Anc_Stevens.paf (rec'd via EMail 0n 14 APR 2002).
  3. Ibid.
  4. Raven, Alice (contact) <raviac@yahoo.com>, Raven Genealogy and Family History.
  5. Kellogg, Allyn S. (1824-1893), Memorials of Elder John White one of the First Settlers of Hartford, Connecticut, and of hids descendants (1860), pp 29-32.

    He married, Nov. 1, 1661, SARAH CROW, daughter of John Crow and Elizabeth Goodwin. Her father was an early settler of Hartford and Hadley, and became one of the largest landholders in the colony of Connecticut. Her mother was the only child of Elder William and Susannah Goodwin. Elder Goodwin was a fellow-passenger with Elder John White, in the ship Lyon, and was one of the leaders in the settlement of Hadley. Sarah Crow was born at Hartford, March 1, 1647, and was but 14 years and 8 months old at the time of her marriage. She was one of seven daughters, who married into some of the best families in the valley of the Connecticut. A high authority in such matters has said, "Those Crow girls made smart women." Mrs. Sarah White died at Hatfield, June 26, 1719, . 72. Her inventory shows the following list of articles in her wardrobe. She was not only well supplied, but seems to have been a little extravagant, for that day, for one residing in a small town. £ s. d. 8 Shifts, 1 17 0 Damask Gown, 1 0 0 Silk Girdle, 0 1 0 Green ribbon girdle, 0 1 6 Linen Gloves, 0 2 0 Muff, 0 3 0 Head Linen, 1 10 0 Leather Gloves, 0 3 6 Pair blue Stockings, 0 1 6 Silk Gloves, 0 9 0 Old blue Stockings, 0 0 6 Lustring Hood, 0 12 6 Alamode Hood, 0 11 0 Silk Handkerchief, 0 5 0 Painted do. 0 3 0 Cambric do. 0 5 0 2 Handk'fs 4s. & 3s., 0 7 0 3 do. 5s., 3s. & 3s., 0 11 0 Fan, 0 1 6 Plain cloth Coat, 0 10 0 White waistcoat, 0 2 0 Damask Coat, 0 2 0 Painted serge coat, 0 15 0 Blue damask Mantua, 1 2 0 Streaked under coat, 0 8 0 Silk prunella Mantua, 1 10 0 Serge Hood & bluefacing, 1 10 0 Old serge Hood, 0 5 0 Old reddish coat, 0 4 0 Old black coat, 0 2 0 Pair of blue & red sleeves, 0 2 0 Old black Mantua, 0 2 0 Blue Calico apron, 0 1 6 2 do. 4s. & 4s. 6d., 0 8 6 Garlix Apron, 0 3 6 Yellow flannel Waistcoat, 0 5 0 White Apron, 0 5 0 Neck Handk'f, 0 4 0 Painted do. 0 1 6 Total, £16 8 0 Equal to $54.67. The mantuas were gowns, or dresses; the coats were petticoats.

  6. Raven, Alice (contact) <raviac@yahoo.com>, Raven Genealogy and Family History.
  7. Ibid.
  8. Ibid.
  9. Olsen, Wayne, PAF file: Boslow_Anc_Stevens.paf (rec'd via EMail 0n 14 APR 2002).
  10. Raven, Alice (contact) <raviac@yahoo.com>, Raven Genealogy and Family History.
  11. Ibid.
  12. Ibid.
  13. Ibid.
  14. Ibid.
  15. Ibid.
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