Person:Joseph Cone (5)

m. 14 Feb 1693
  1. Deacon Daniel Cone1694 - 1776
  2. Sarah Cone1697 - 1770
  3. Mehitabel Cone1699 - 1742
  4. Dorothy Cone1704 - 1774
  5. Joseph Cone1711 - 1804
  • HJoseph Cone1711 - 1804
  • WMary Smith1713 - 1802
m. 1 NOV 1734
  1. Joseph Cone1735 - 1779
  2. Solomon Cone1745 - 1803
  3. Ashbel Cone1747 - 1802
Facts and Events
Name Joseph Cone
Alt Name Lt. Joseph Cone
Gender Male
Birth[1] 20 MAR 1711 East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut
Baptism? 30 MAR 1714 East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Other[4] 1 MAR 1725/6 £110, 15 shillings, 5 pence in the distribution of the estate of his father, Daniel Cone Bequest
Other[5] 5 MAY 1726 his mother was appointed his legal guardian by the court after his father's death Estate Admin
Marriage 1 NOV 1734 East Haddam, , Connecticutto Mary Smith
Other[6] 12 OCT 1758 East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut, United Stateswas made ensign Military
Death? 1 FEB 1804 East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut
Reference Number? 1024+29145>266.16
Alt Death[2] 1 FEB 1804 Richmond, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States
Religion? East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut, United Stateswas member of the Second Congregational Church and Ecclesiastical Society for over 65 years Millington


BIOGRAPHY: Some Account of the Cone Family in America Principally of the Descendants of William Cone Compiled by William Whitney Cone Brandsville, Missouri Printed by Crane & Company Topeka, Kansas 1903 Page 15 - 16 Joseph Cone, son of Daniel Cone [4] and Mary Gates, b. Mar. 20, 1711, in East Haddam, Conn., baptized Mar. 30, 1714, m. Mary Smith, Nov. 1, 1734. She was dau. of Matthew Smith and Sarah Mack; b. East Haddam 1713, and d. same place Mar. 4, 1802, aged 89 years. He died on the same farm where he was born, Feb. 1, 1804, aged 93 years. They were both members of the Congregational Church in Millington parish for over 65 years.

References
  1. Joseph, son Daniell, b Mar 20, 1711 - East Haddam VR (dunhamwilcox.net)
  2. Cone, Joseph, Lt., Feb 1, 1804, in 92d y. - Richmond VR citing Cone HIll Cemetery gravestone
  3.   rootsweb.ancestry.com/~maberksh/Cemeteries/Cem-Richmond-ConeHill.htm
  4. . . . to George, Joseph and Jared Cone, to each of them -- £110, 15s, 5d
    Probate Court Records, p 119
  5. 5 May, 1726: This Court do appoint Mrs. Mary Cone to be guardian to George, 17 years, Joseph 14 years, and Jared 12 years of age. Recog., £300
    site cited Probate Court Record, p 128
  6. At a General Assembly of the Governor and Company of His Majesty English Colony of Connecticut in New England in America, Holden at New Haven in Said Colony on the second Thursday of October (Being the Twelfth Day of Said Month) and Continued by Several Adjournments Until The First Day of November Next Following, Annoque Domini 1758. / This Assembly do establish Mr. Joseph Cone to be Ensign of the 3d company or trainband is the town of East Haddam.
    The public records of the colony of Connecticut [1636-1776] . . . transcribed and published, (in accordance with a resolution of the general assembly) . . . (Google eBook) Connecticut, Brown & Parsons, 1880, p 210