Person:David Goodrich (10)

m. 4 Oct 1648
  1. William Goodrich1649 -
  2. Sarah Goodrich1649 - 1700
  3. Mary Goodrich1651 - Abt 1705
  4. John Goodrich1653 - 1730
  5. Elizabeth GoodrichAbt 1657 - 1698
  6. William Goodrich1659/60 - 1737
  7. Abigail Goodrich1662 - 1684
  8. Captain Ephraim Goodrich1663 - 1739
  9. Colonel David Goodrich1666/67 - 1755
  • HColonel David Goodrich1666/67 - 1755
  • WHannah Wright1670/71 - 1698
m. 7 Mar 1688/89
  1. Colonel Elizur Goodrich1693 - 1774
  2. David GoodrichAbt 1694 - 1785
m. 1 Dec 1698
  1. Sarah Goodrich1702/03 - 1784
  2. Mary Goodrich1704 - Est 1760
  3. Zebulon Goodrich1713 - 1788
  4. Benjamin Goodrich1715 - 1797
  5. Millicent Goodrich1723 - 1851
Facts and Events
Name[1] Colonel David Goodrich
Gender Male
Birth[1] 4 May 1666/67 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 7 Mar 1688/89 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Hannah Wright
Marriage 1 Dec 1698 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesby Rev Stephen Mix
to Prudence Churchill
Death[1][2] 23 Jan 1755 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Burial[3] Village Cemetery, Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States

"Col. David2 Goodrich (William1), born at Wethersfield, Conn., 4 Mar. 1666/7, died there 23 Jan. 1755 in his 88th year (gravestone); married first, at Wethersfield, 7 Mar. 1688/9, Hannah Wright, born at Wethersfield, 10 Mar. 1670/1, died there 27 Apr. 1698, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (Chittenden) Wright; married second, at Wethersfield, 1 Dec. 1698, Prudence Churchill, born at Wethersfield, 2 July 1678, died there 9 May 1752, in her 74th year (gravestone), daughter of Lieut. Benjamin and Mary (------) Churchill.

He was appointed Lieutenant, May 1704, of a company raised for service in Queen Anne's War; served as Captain in the Expedition to Wood Creek, 1709, acting as Adjutant and Quartermaster of the regiment; was made Captain of the north company in Wethersfield, May 1715; and in Aug. 1723 was appointed Captain of one of the three companies raised to assist the towns of Hampshire County, Mass., against the Indians. He served as Deputy for Wethersfield to the Connecticut General Assembly, May and Oct. 1716, May and Oct. 1717, May and Oct. 1718, May and Oct. 1719, May and Oct. 1720, May and Oct. 1721, May and Oct. 1722, May 1723, May and Oct. 1724, May and Oct. 1725, May and Oct. 1726, Oct. 1727, May and Oct. 1729, May 1730, May 1731, Oct. 1732, Feb. and Oct. 1733, May and Oct. 1734, May and Oct. 1735, Oct. 1736, May and Oct. 1737, May and Oct. 1738, and May 1739. He was a Justice of the Peace from 1716 to 1748 inclusive. He was still called Captain in May 1724, but Colonel in Oct. 1724 and thereafter in the Colony records, and was designated Colonel on his gravestone."[1]

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Jacobus, Donald Lines, and Edgar Francis Waterman. Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley. (Hartford: The Connecticut Historical Society, 1952)
    565-68.
  2. Ricker, Jacquelyn Ladd. The Ricker Compilation of Vital Records of Early Connecticut. (Baltimore, Maryland: Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2006)
    5326.

    Goodrich, David, d. 3 Jan 1755 ae 87 - Capt. North’s Co., Col. Whitney’s Regt., Queen Anne’s War - Village Cem, Wethersfield.

  3. Col David Goodrich, in Find A Grave.