Person:William Fowler (41)

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Lieutenant William Fowler
b.bef 1620
m. bef 1620
  1. Lieutenant William Fowlerbef 1620 - bet 1682
  2. Deacon John Fowlerbef 1623 - 1676
  • HLieutenant William Fowlerbef 1620 - bet 1682
  • WMary Tappest 1625 -
m. 1645
  1. Sarah Fowlerest 1645 - 1693/94
  • HLieutenant William Fowlerbef 1620 - bet 1682
  • WElizabeth Alsopabt 1625 - 1688
m. 1 Nov 1670
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Lieutenant William Fowler
Gender Male
Birth[1] bef 1620 Based on estimated date of marriage.
Marriage 1645 to Mary Tapp
Marriage 1 Nov 1670 Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United Statesto Elizabeth Alsop
Death[1][2] bet 3 Oct 1682 and Jun 1683 Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Will[3] 3 Oct 1682
Probate[3] Jun 1683
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Abbott, Susan Woodruff, and Jacquelyn Ladd Ricker. Families of Early Milford, Connecticut. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1979), 280.

    William Fowler died Milford 1683. He married/1 1645 Mary Tapp dau of Edmund and Anna. He married/2 1 November 1670 (Milford Vital Records) Mrs. Elizabeth (Alsop) Baldwin widow of Richard. He was first in New Haven, and removed to Milford, as a freeplanter with lot # 41 of 7 acres 2 rods on east side of River. He was a very important man in the founding of Milford. One of the 7 pillars of the church, a judge, also in 1643 a Deputy to the General Court. In 1640 he was granted, land on the Wepawaug River to build and operate the first grist mill in New Haven Colony.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Abbott, Susan Woodruff, and Jacquelyn Ladd Ricker. Families of Early Milford, Connecticut. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1979), 650.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Unknown. A Genealogical Memoir of the Descendants of Capt. William Fowler, of New Haven, Connecticut. (Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Starr & Son, 1870), 13.