Person:Daniel Bordman (6)

m. abt 1641
  1. Isaac Boreman, Sr1642/43 - 1719
  2. Mary Boreman1644/45 - 1721
  3. Samuel Boreman, Jr1648 - 1720
  4. Joseph Boreman1650/51 - 1676
  5. John Boreman1653/54 - 1676
  6. Sarah Boreman1655/56 - 1746
  7. Daniel Bordman1658 - 1724/25
  8. Lt Jonathan Boreman1660/61 - 1712
  9. Nathaniel Boreman1663 - 1712
  10. Martha Boreman1666 - 1743
  • HDaniel Bordman1658 - 1724/25
  • WHannah Wrightabt 1664 - 1745/6
m. 8 Jun 1683
  1. Richard Boardman1684 - 1755
  2. Rev Daniel Boardman1687 - 1744
  3. Mabel Boardman1689 - aft 1720
  4. John Boardman1691 - 1712
  5. Hannah Boardman1693 -
  6. Martha Boardman1695 - 1780
  7. Israel Boardman1697 - 1725
  8. Timothy Boardman1699 - 1699
  9. Timothy Boardman1700 - 1753
  10. Joshua Boardman1702 - abt 1761
  11. Benjamin Boardman1704/05 -
  12. Charles Boardman1707 - 1724/25
Facts and Events
Name Daniel Bordman
Alt Name Daniel Boreman
Gender Male
Birth[3][4] 4 Aug 1658 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 8 Jun 1683 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesby Samuel Talcott
to Hannah Wright
Will? 13 Feb 1724/25 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Death[5][6] 20 Feb 1724/25 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesprobably in an epidemic, in which 2 sons also died (one on the same day as himself)
Occupation[1] Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesglazier

His Life in Wethersfield

The following is a synopsis of information presented in The Boardman Genealogy, pp. 198-99.

For a few years after his marriage, Daniel Bordman occupied a portion of his father-in-law's home lot, situated on the west side of Rose Lane in Wethersfield, a short distance below the church. In 1685 he obtained from his brother-in-law Samuel Wright, Jr., 25 acres in the West Field, where he built a dwelling house and afterward lived. This lot fronted on the "Path to the Mill" or Mud Lane as it was called in 1895.

Daniel held several public offices in Wethersfield. He was elected Selectman, Collector, Surveyor, and member of the School Committee, and held the minor positions of Fence Viewer and Sheep Master.

Family tradition that he was a glazier by trade (as was his son Israel after him), is confirmed by the tools in the inventory of his estate.

References
  1. Adams, Sherman W. (Sherman Wolcott), and Henry R. (Henry Reed) Stiles. The history of ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut: comprising the present towns of Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, and Newington; and of Glastonbury prior to its incorporation in 1693, from date of earliest settlement until the present time. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1967, 1969), 2:111.
  2.   Manwaring, Charles W. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, 2:469.

    Will of "Daniel Boardman Wethersfield", dated 13 Feb 1724/5 mentions "Hannah, my beloved wife", "my son Richard Boardman", "my son Daniel Boardman", "my son Israel Boardman", "my son Timothy Boardman", "my son Joshua Boardman", "my son Benjamin Boardman", "my son Charles Boardman", "my daughter Mabel Nickolss", "my daughter Hannah Abbey", and "my daughter Martha Churchill".

  3. Goldthwaite, Charlotte. Boardman Genealogy, 1525-1895: The English Home and Ancestry of Samuel Boreman, Wethersfield, Conn.; Thomas Boreman, Ipswich, Mass. : With Some Account of Their Descendants (Now Called Boardman) in America. (Hartford, Conn.: William F. J. Boardman, 1895), page 198.

    'Daniel Boreman ([son of] Samuel), born Aug. 4, 1658, ... married June 8, 1683, Hannah Wright, daughter of Samuel Wright of Wethersfield, and Mary, his wife, daughter of Deacon Richard Butler of Hartford.' A sample of his signature shows that he wrote his name as Daniel Bordman.

  4. Wethersfield Vital Records:32 (typescript), in Connecticut, United States. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records.

    'BOARDMAN,BORDMAN,BORMAN,BOREMAN,...
    Daniell,s.Samuell & Marie,b.[ ] 4,[ ]'

  5. Manwaring, Charles W. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, 2:469.

    'Boardman, Daniel, Wethersfield. Died 20 February, 1725. Inventory taken 26 March, 1725; in Litchfield, 8 April, 1725, ... Will dated 13 February, 1725.'

  6. Goldthwaite, Charlotte. Boardman Genealogy, 1525-1895: The English Home and Ancestry of Samuel Boreman, Wethersfield, Conn.; Thomas Boreman, Ipswich, Mass. : With Some Account of Their Descendants (Now Called Boardman) in America. (Hartford, Conn.: William F. J. Boardman, 1895), page 199.

    'He died Feb. 20, 1724-5, and his youngest son, Charles, then in his eighteenth year, died on the same day. Two months later, another son, Israel, who had just removed from Stamford to Wethersfield, died. That was the "year of [th]e greate sicknesse," when very many deaths occurred in Hartford and the adjoining towns, and these three in the family of Daniel Boreman may very probably have been due to the same prevailing epidemic.'