Person:Dorothy Mott (1)

Dorothy Mott
b.Est 1605
d.Bet 22 Sep 1669 and 28 Feb 1669/70 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
  • HJohn TalcottBef 1594 - Bet 1659/60 & 1660
  • WDorothy MottEst 1605 - Bet 1669 & 1669/70
m. Bef 1625
  1. Lieutenant Colonel John TalcottEst 1625 - 1688
  2. Mary TalcottEst 1629 - Bet 1655 & 1660
  3. Captain Samuel TalcottAbt 1635 - 1691
Facts and Events
Name[1] Dorothy Mott
Married Name Dorothy Talcott
Gender Female
Birth[1] Est 1605 Estimate based on date of marriage.
Marriage Bef 1625 Englandto John Talcott
Will[2] 22 Sep 1669 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Death[1][2] Bet 22 Sep 1669 and 28 Feb 1669/70 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Estate Inventory[2] 28 Feb 1669/70 £275-05-06. Taken by John Allyn, Thomas Olcott.
Probate[2] 3 Mar 1669/70 Will filed.
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 John Talcott, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995)

    "… Dorothy Mott, daughter of John and Alice (Harington) Mott. [Hale, House 748]. John Winthrop, Jr. treated her for sciatica on 30 Nov 1658 and for swollen legs on 19 Apr 1660 [WMJ 130, 198]. He treated her 7 Sept 1667 for ague [WMJ 753]. She was living 1 Jun3 1669 when he gave her something for breathing and swelling [WMJ 923]. She died at Hartford in February 1669/70 [Hale, House 748]. She died in Hartford in February 1669/70 [Hale, House 748]."

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Talcott, Dorothy, Mrs., Hartford, in Manwaring, Charles W. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records. (Hartford, Conn.: R. S. Peck & Co., 1904-06)

    "Probate Records. Vol. 3, 1663 to 1677. Page 73-4.

    Talcott, Dorothy, Mrs., Hartford. Invt. £275-05-06. Taken 28 February, 1669-70, by John Allyn, Thomas Olcott. Will dated 22 September, 1669.

    I Dorothy Talcott, Widdow, of Hartford, doe make my last Will & Testament: I do give and bequeath unto my sonne Samuel Tallcott the arreares of what is unpayd of eight pounds pr annum out of the Rent of Land at Wethersfield, assigned by my deceased Husband to be payd to him during my Natural life. Allsoe, I do give and bequeath to my Son Samll a paire of Holen Pillow beers and a paire of sheets belonging to ye Bed his father gave him, marked with M in Blue. Allsoe, I give him one flock Bed, boulster, and a paire of Blankets Belonging to it, in my Kitchen Chamber, And one Third part of my wearing Cloaths, both woolen and Linnin. Alsoe, I give my son Samll one Third part of my Househould linnin. Alsoe, I give him my Pewter flagon and a Third part of the Pewter belonging to the House, And the Iron Drippin Pan, and the Lest Spitt, And the bigest Iron Pott save one, and the litle Brass Pott, And the lest Trunk, And one of the Chests in the kitchen Chambr, And Three of my great green Cushions. And alsoe I give my son Samll my Silver beer Bowl and Two Silver spoones. I give a Third part of my wearing Cloths to my son Samll, my Turkey Mohaire Coat excepted. The forementioned legacyes, with my debt due to my sonne, John Talcott, or to any other, being first discharged. I do give and bequeath to my sonne John Talcott all other my estate lying and being in Cattelle or kyne, Horse, sheep and swine, as Alsoe all sortes of Come or graine belonging to me whatsoever. Alsoe I give my Son John my Cloaths, both woolin and linnin, my Turky mohaire Coat, A paire of Holen sheits And a paire of Rought pillow beers belonging to ye bed his ffather gave him, Alsoe my Plate, Pewter and Brass Iron vessels, utensills or Tooles, Armes, ammunisio And whatsoever els apperteynes to me, whether within doores or without (not given expressly to my son Samuel by this my will). I say I give all other my estate to my sonne John Tallcott. I ordain my son John Talcott sole Executor.


    Witness: Jeremy Addams.

    Court Record, Page 97—3 March, 1669-70: Will filed by Capt. John Talcott. Also he doth engage to see the Debts duly paid."