Moses Rowley, Sr.
d.14 Jun 1705/06 East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
m. ABT 1624
m. 22 Apr 1652
Facts and Events
He took the freeman's oath at Barnstable in 1657. He was a constable and occupied lands at Succonessett (Falmouth) He was a deputy to the General Court in 1692 under the new charter according to Savage.
Record indicates that he moved to Haddam as early as 1691. East Haddam Deeds Vol 1, page 554 says that Moses Rowley, Senior "late of Saqunaessett, now of Machinmodes in Haddem" bought 60 acres of landl His wife Elizabeth disapproved of the move and in 1714 she made a deed in which she declared that she had been left without support and dependent upon the bounty of her sons, John Fuller and Moses and conveyed to them all her rights of dower to lands in Falmouth, which her husband had sold to Parker without her consent.