Person:John Griswold (2)

m. abt 1628
  1. Francis Griswoldabt 1629 - 1671
  2. Sarah Griswold1631 - 1715
  3. George Griswold1633 - 1704
  4. John Griswold1635/6 - 1642
  5. Lydia Griswold1637 - 1637
  6. Ann Griswold1642 - 1714
  7. Mary Griswold1644 - aft 1716/17
  8. Deborah Griswold1646 - 1717/8
  9. Joseph Griswold1647/8 - 1716
  10. Samuel Griswold1649 - 1672
  11. Deacon John Griswold1652 - 1717
  • HDeacon John Griswold1652 - 1717
  • WMary Bemisest 1652 - 1679
m. 28 Nov 1672
  1. Mary Griswold1673 - 1750
m. abt 1680
  1. Benjamin Griswold1691 - 1771
Facts and Events
Name[1] Deacon John Griswold
Alt Name[1] Captain John Griswold
Gender Male
Christening[1][2][3] 1 Aug 1652 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 28 Nov 1672 Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut, United Statesto Mary Bemis
Marriage abt 1680 to Bathsheba North
Will? 6 Jun 1713 Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Death[1][4] 3 Aug 1717 Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut, United StatesThis death is not recorded in any published Connecticut vital records.
Alt Death[2] 7 Aug 1717 Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Burial[4] Indian River Cemetery, Clinton, Middlesex, Connecticut, United StatesIt is apparent, in viewing the photograph of the headstone, that the inscribed date of death was Aug. 3, not Aug. 7.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 13 John2 Griswold, in Griswold, Glenn E. The Griswold family, England-America. (Middleboro, MA: Griswold Family Association of America, 1935), 32.

    "John2 (Griswold), bapt. Windsor, Conn., Aug. 1, 1652 (Edward1); m. (1) in Killingworth, Conn., Nov. 28, 1672, Mary Bemis, daughter of James and Sarah (Dimond) Bemis, who became his stepsister by the marriage of his father to Sarah (Dimond) Bemis. … John m. (2) Bathsheba North, daughter of Thomas, b. 1654, who d. Mar. 19, 1736. The burial places of Mary and Bathsheba are unknown. John was a farmer; prominent and leading citizen. Deacon for many years. Served on important civil committees. Deputy 1690. Captain 1712. Served in the Narragansett War. The town granted six acres for his services in the Indian Wars. He died Aug. 7, 1717. Burial in the Congregational cemetery, Clinton, Conn. It is possible that Bathsheba is buried in the vacant space next to his tombstone."

  2. 2.0 2.1 French, Robert L.; Esther G. French; and Coralee (editor) Griswold. The Greswold Family: 12 generations in England. (Wethersfield, CT: Griswold Family Association of America, 1999), 58.

    'John GRISWOLD, christened 1 Aug 1652, died 7 Aug 1717.'

  3. Windsor Vital Records [NEHGS], in Connecticut, United States. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, 132.

    "Griswold, … John, s. [Edward], bp. Aug. 1, 1652 [MG]
    John, s. Edward, bp. Aug. 1, 1652 [Col. 2:153]
    John, s. Edward, bp. Aug. [__], 1652 [1:14]"

  4. 4.0 4.1 John Griswold, in Find A Grave.

    'HERE LIETH Ye BODY OF DEACON JOHN GRISWOULD WHO DECEASED AUGUST Ye 3 A D 1717 AGED ABOUT 67 YEARS'