Person:Richard Hallett (1)

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Richard Hallett
b.17 Nov 1691
m. 1669
  1. William Hallett, III1670 - BEF 1727
  2. Sarah Hallett1672 - AFT 1727
  3. Rebecca Hallett1675 - 1730
  4. Joseph Hallett1678 - AFT 1727
  5. Moses Hallett1681 - AFT 1727
  6. George Hallett1683 - AFT 1727
  7. Charity Hallett1685 - AFT 1727
  8. Mary Hallett1687 - AFT 1727
  9. Elizabeth Hallett1689 - AFT 1727
  10. Richard Hallett1691 - 1769
  • HRichard Hallett1691 - 1769
  • WAmy Bowne1694 - 1730
m. 14 Nov 1717
  1. Mary Hallett1719/20 - 1724
  2. Richard Hallett1721 -
  3. Sarah Hallett1723 - Bef 1768
  4. William Hallett1725/26 -
  5. Amy Hallett1727 -
m. 10 May 1739
  1. Thomas Hallett1739/40 -
  2. Lydia Hallett1741 -
  3. Isreal Hallett1742 -
Facts and Events
Name[2][4] Richard Hallett
Gender Male
Birth[3][1] 17 Nov 1691
Marriage 14 Nov 1717 Flushing, Queens, New York, United Statesto Amy Bowne
Marriage 10 May 1739 to Anne Gilpin
Death[1][5] 19 May 1769 Newtown (now Elmhurst), Queens, New York

Richard is mentioned in his father's 1727 Will. See William Hallett's Notes.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Rootsweb chart of Lawrence Pavlowich: Pavlowich Genealogy. (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=may12009).
  2. Will.

    Will of his father William Hallett dated 16 Sep 1727; no probate date.

  3. Riker, James. The annals of Newtown in Queens County, New-York: containing its history from its first settlement, together with many interesting facts concerning the adjacent towns : also, a particular account of numerous Long Island families now spread over this and various other states of the Union. (New York: D. Fanshaw, 1852), 403.

    Records birth date as 17 Nov 1691.

  4. Woolman, John, and Amelia Mott Gummere. The journal and essays of John Woolman. (New York: The MacMillan Company , 1922), p. 578.

    "[Richard Hallett] was married twice. His first wife was Amy, born 2mo. (April 1`. 1694 daughter of John and Mary (Cock) Bowne, whom he married 9mo. (Nov.) 14, 1717, and who died in 1733; they had five children.
    His second wife, whom he married in 1739 at Birmingham, Pennsylvania, was Ann (Gilpin) Miller, widow of Joseph Miller, and daughter of Joseph and Hannah Gilpin, "Yt was of Pennsylvania". Anne Hallett died 9mo. 15, 1759."

  5. Collections of the New York Historical Society, Vol. 31 ("For the year 1898"), p. 266.

    Will of "Richard Hallett, of Newtown", dated "26 of the 8 month, 1768" [26 Aug 1768], proved 22 Jul 1769, mentions sons Thomas and Israel; grandson Jonah Hallett; daughters Amy Shotwell, Lydia Shotwell; "my four children". Negro man James to be free and supported by sons if unable to support himself. Sons to be executors.