Family:Matthias Hatfield and Maria Melyn (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1][2] 25 Aug 1664 New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
  1. Winans, Orin Clifford. Winans Family: :Genealogy and History of Descendants of John Winans and Susanna Melyn. (Paris, Illinois: Orin Clifford Winans, 1993).

    The wedding of John1 and Susanna [Winans] was a double wedding, with Maria [Melyn] Paradys, a widowed sister of Susanna, being married to Matthias Hatfield, Aug. 25, 1664.

  2. New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States. Vital Records of New Haven, 1649-1850. (Hartford [Connecticut]: Connecticut Society of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, 1917-1924)
    Vol. 1 p. 21 [30].

    Matthias Hitfield & mariah Pardis were married by mr Wm Jones August 25 1664.

  3.   Hatfield, Abraham. The Descendants of Matthias Hatfield. (New York, New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1954)
    p. 11.

    "Children of Matthiasl and Maria (Melyn)(Paradys) Hatfield: 6 children (Hatfield) 3 sons and 3 daughters:
    + 2. i. Cornelius2, b. abt. 1665/6; bapt. June 9, 1669; d. May 22, 1718, ae. 52; buried St. John’s Church, Elizabeth; m. 1691, Sarah.
    + 3. ii. Abraham2, bapt. June 8, 1670; d. July 17, 1706; m. abt. 1695, Phebe Ogden.
    4. iii. Rachel2, bapt. Oct. 3, 1674; d. probably young.
    5. iv. Elizabeth2, d. Sept. 28, 1725; m. Maximilian Lalour (LaLove). He was a Frenchman and silversmith in Elizabeth Town 1708/25.
    6. v. Mary2, d. Dec. 17, “1742 in ye 68” year of her age; m. Richard Miller, who d. Dec. 7-19, 1759, son of William Miller and Hannah. 9 children (Miller) 4 sons and 5 daus.
    + 7. vi. Isaac2, b. 1667; d. 1709/10; m. —— wife’s name is unknown.

    (Note) The order of the birth of the children of Matthias and Mary (Maria) Hatfield is taken from the article “Cornelis Melyn, Patroon of Staten Island and some of his
    descendants,” by Paul Gibson Burton, which appeared in the “N.Y.G. & B. Record" of April, 1937. We cannot find any evidence of the correctness of the order, but in the lack of evidence would prefer to accept it to avoid a possible confusion."