Family:Matthew Woodruff and Hannah Seymour (1)

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"Records of Farmington, CT," NEHG Register, 11:323-324:
Anno Dom. 1652: “And on the same 2d day of April, 1654, Hannah woodruff, the wife of Matthew Woodruff, and her daughter Hannah Woodruff, aged about 5-1/2 years, and Elizabeth Woodruff, about the age of 2 years 5 months, were also joined to the Church.”
op cit, p. 326:
"And on the same 16th day of May, 1658, the Children of Hannah Woodruff were baptized, viz: John, 15 years old and upward, and Matthew in the 12th year of his life."
From Woodruff genealogy : Matthew Woodruff of Farmington, Conn. 1640-1, and ten generations of his descendants by Mackenzie, George N., Boston: Everett Press, 1925:
Matthew Woodruff (1) and wife Hannah, came from Hartford to Farmington in 1640-1. He was one of the eighteen proprietors of the Town of Farmington in 1672, having been admitted as a freeman in 1657. (History of Southington, Conn., Page CCIVII.) He died at a very old age in 1682. He was a man of considerable wealth for those days. He joined the church March 1st, 1672. His will probated Dec. 13th, 1682, mentions his wife Hannah, who was admitted to the church in Farmington, April 2, 1654, also his will mentions three sons and a daughter named Hannah, wife of Richard Seymour, 2nd, but the Probate Court supplies names of another daughter Elizabeth, wife of John Broughton of Northampton, Mass.
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1. John, b. 1643; d. 1692
2. Matthew, b 1646; d. Nov 1691 at Farmington, Conn.; m. Mary Plumb at Milford, Conn., June 16, 1668. He married 2nd wife, Sarah North in 1686; she was b. Dec 23, 1653; d. 1692. She was the daughter of John and Mary (Bird) North. Matthew lived in Milford, Conn., until death of his first wife, then returned to Farmington, Conn. He was a freeman 1671. Adm. of his estate granted Dec. 3, 1691. (See Hartford Court Probate Records.)
3. Hannah, b 1648; m. Richard Seymour.
4. Elizabeth, b 1651; m. in 1678 John Broughton of Northampton.
5. Mary b Nov 1654 (died young)
6. Samuel, b Farmington, Conn., Aug. 26, 1661; d. Jan. 8, 1742.