Person:John Welles (5)

m. aft 5 Jul 1615
  1. Mary Wellesest 1618 - 1647
  2. Ann Wellesest 1620 - bef 1680
  3. John Wellesest 1622 - bet 1659
  4. Robert Wellesest 1624 - bef 1635
  5. Assistant Governor Thomas Wellesest 1625 - bef 1668
  6. Captain Samuel Wellesest 1628 - bef 1675
  7. Sarah Welles1631 - 1698
  8. Joseph Wellesaft 1636 - bef 1648
m. bef 1647
  1. John Wellesest 1648 - 1713/14
  2. Deacon Thomas Welles1651 - 1719/20
  3. Captain Robert Wellesest 1651 - 1714
  4. Temperance Wellesest 1654 - aft 1731
  5. Sergeant Samuel Wellesest 1656 - bef 1728/29
  6. Sarah Welles1658 - 1730
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] John Welles
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] est 1622 Burmington, Warwickshire, England (possibly)
Other[2] 10 Apr 1645 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United StatesAdmitted freeman.
Marriage bef 1647 Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States (probably)to Elizabeth Bourn
Death[1][2][3] bet 7 Aug 1659 and 19 Aug 1659 Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States (probably)
Will[2] 7 Aug 1659
Probate[2] 19 Oct 1659 Will recorded and proved.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Welles, in Jacobus, Donald Lines, and Edgar Francis Waterman. Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley. (Hartford: The Connecticut Historical Society, 1952), 782.

    John (Welles), b. [say 1622]; d. at Stratford, Conn., Oct. 1659. He was Deputy for Stratford, May and Oct. 1656, May and Oct. 1657; Assistant, 1658 and 1659.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 4. John2 Welles, in Mathews, Barbara Jean; Donna Holt Siemiatkoski; and Nancy Pexa. The Descendants of Gov. Thomas Welles of Connecticut and His Wife, Alice Tomes: Volume 1, 2nd Edition. (Wethersfield, Conn.: Welles Family Association, 2013), 214.
  3. Welles, Lemuel Aiken. The English Ancestry of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Jul 1926), 80:303.

    "John Davenport, Jr., wrote to Gov. John Winthrop, 18/19 Aug. 1659: 'Sr we have lately heard yt Mr Wells, ye Majestreate at Stratford, is dead, of this disease, he complained of a great burning in his stomach &c.' (Winthrop MSS., vol. 12, p. 97, in the possession of the Massachusetts Historical Society.)"