Person:John Moss (8)

Corporal John Moss
b.1604
  • HCorporal John Moss1604 - 1707
  • WUnknownest 1619 -
m. bef 1639
  1. John Moss1639 -
  2. Samuel Moss1641 -
  3. Abigail Moss1642 - 1710
  4. Joseph Moss1643 - 1727
  5. Ephraim Moss1645 -
  6. Mary Moss1647 - 1725
  7. Mercy Moss1649 - 1685
  8. John Moss1650 - 1717
  9. Elizabeth Moss1652 - bet 1706
  10. Esther Moss1653/54 - 1677
  11. Isaac Moss1655 - 1659
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Corporal John Moss
Gender Male
Birth[1][3] 1604
Marriage bef 1639 Estimate based on date of birth of eldest known child.
to Unknown
Death[1][3] 1707 Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Burial[1][3] Center Street Cemetery, Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Moss, in Jacobus, Donald Lines, and Helen D. Love Scranton. Families of Ancient New Haven. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1974), 5:1219.

    "John (Moss. Variant, Morse), b c. 1604, d 1707 æ. 103 (gravestone, Center Street Cemetery, Wallingford); Cpl."

  2. Boardman, William F. J. The ancestry of William Francis Joseph Boardman, Hartford, Connecticut: being his lineage in all lines of descent from the emigrant ancestors in New England. (Hartford, Conn.: Priv. print., 1906), 230.

    The name of the wife of John Moss has not been determined. In 1648 he was attorney for his " brother-in-law," John Charles, a seafaring man who lived in Branford and Saybrook. Possibly her maiden name was Charles or they married sisters. The English ancestry of John Moss is unproven, but there is a family tradition that he was connected with that of Charles Moss, Bishop of St. David* in 1766 and Bishop of Bath and Wells in 1774, whose son, Charles, was Bishop of Oxford, in 1807. He was surely of a former generation. The name was an honorable one in England, and was borne by several other distinguished men. John Moss of New Haven and Wallingford was a " cousin " of John Beach of the latter town and so calls him in a deed in 1689. In 1648, while living in New Haven, he gave land to Richard Beach, and perhaps the same land called that year " Richard Beeches wives lot" The connection between these two families is unknown to us.

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Capt John Moss, in Find A Grave.