Person:Caleb Knapp (1)

m. 09 Jun 1630
  1. Jonathon Knapp1630 - 1631
  2. Timothy Knapp1632 - 1684
  3. Joshua Knapp1634 - 1684
  4. Caleb Knapp1636/7 - 1677
  5. Sarah Knapp1638/9 - 1681
  6. Ruth Knapp1640/1 - 1702
  7. Hannah Knapp1642/43 - 1696
  8. Moses Knapp1645 - 1725
  9. Lydia Knapp1647 - 1716
  10. Disbrow Knapp1649 -
m. 9 Mar 1660
  1. Caleb Knapp1661 - 1694
  2. John Knapp1664 - 1749
  3. Lt. Samuel Knappabt 1668 - abt 1739
  4. Sarah Knapp1670 - 1728
  5. Hannah Knapp1672 -
Facts and Events
Name Caleb Knapp
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 20 JAN 1636/7 Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 9 Mar 1660 Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticutto Hannah Smith
Alt Marriage 26 Mar 1660 Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United Statesto Hannah Smith
Alt Death? 10 Nov 1674 Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
Religion? Puritan
Occupation? Farmer/Weaver
Ancestral File Number 8M0L-CX
Reference Number? Freeman
Alt Death? 12 Dec 1674 Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
Death? 1677 Stamford, Fairfield County, CT

NOTES: Most records including Caleb's birth record DO NOT indicate a first name of John, however, he is referred to as "John" Caleb in the Will of his father. (John) Caleb, died by 4 Mar 1675, the date of his Inventory; his Will is dated 2 Dec 1674; Probated - 1675 His occupations were farmer/weaver - his religion, Puritan (Congregational) Will and Inventory filed at Fairfield, Fairfield Co, CT - p36, Vol, 1675-1 689; wife, Hannah (Smith), and all children on chart are named. Hannah, the youngest daughter is said to have married Nathaniel Cross, in many early writings. This has been determined to be in error, for it was Hannah Knapp, daughter of Moses and Abigail (Westcott) Knapp, that he married, per Bond by Moses Knapp, in 1713, in which he names Nathaniel Cross as one of his 3 sons-in-law. No further record has been found on this Hannah Knapp, daughter of (John) Caleb.

ref to in his father’s will as John Caleb


will dated 2 dec 1674; probated 1675

will and inventory filed at Fairfield, Fairfield Co. CT p36 Vol 1675-1689; wife Hannah (Smith) and all children are named

References
  1. Bond, Henry, M.D. Family Memorials. Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, Including Waltham and Weston (1855): To Which Is Appended the Early History of the Town. With Illustrations, Maps and Notes. (Boston, Mass.: Little, Brown, and Company, 1855), Questionable quality.
  2. The Nov birth date appears to be a misinterpretation. Under the Julian calendar used at the timme, January was the eleventh month.