Person:Elizabeth Crow (12)

m. by abt 1640
  1. John Crow1629/30 - Bef 1667
  2. Samuel CrowBef 1646 - 1676
  3. Sarah Crow1646/47 - 1719
  4. Hannah Crow1649 - 1722
  5. Elizabeth Crow1650 - 1727
  6. Ruth CrowAbt 1650 - Bef 1688
  7. Mehitable CrowAbt 1652 - 1730
  8. Daniel CrowAbt 1656 - 1693
  9. Mary Crow1655/56 - 1719/20
  10. Nathaniel CrowBef 1661 - 1695
m. Abt 1675
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Crow
Alt Name Elizabeth Warren
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 1650 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage Abt 1675 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts1st child b. 1676/7
to William Warren
Death[4] 10 May 1727 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Burial? Center Church, Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut

Elizabeth CROW was born in 1650 at Hartford, Hartford County, CT, and died on 13 Nov 1695 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, MA.

She married first William WARREN circa 1675 at Boston, Suffolk County, MA; children (surname WARREN):

  1. Abigail (b. 1676/7; not w/o Richard LORD or Rev. Timothy WOODBRIDGE)
  2. Ann (m. Matthias TREAT)
  3. Elizabeth (m. William HILLS)
  4. Mehitabel (m. Obadiah WOOD)
  5. Hannah (m. William Perry)
  6. poss. Joshua (m. Jane ORCUTT)
  7. Abraham (m. Experience STEVENS)

On 12 Feb 1689/90, at Plymouth, Plymouth County, MA, Elizabeth m2. Dea. Thomas CLARKE.

RESEARCH NOTE: This Elizabeth probably married 12 Feb 1689/90 Dea. Thomas CLARKE (not the one who d. 1727) and died 13 Nov 1695 in Boston. She cannot be the one who married Phineas Wilson in 1691 whose will said "I give to my wifes daughter Abigail Warren Tenn pounds in money" and The Memorial History of Hartford says she took over Wilson's business and "managed her affairs with wisdom and judgment."

Savage, however, says that was an error and (quote): "... she was very infirm or insane, and certain. Wilson found a better w. Strangely out of place is the confusion a. the wid. of Phineas Wilson, in the address of Mr. Day, Presid. of the Conn. Hist. Soc. 26 Dec. [vol. 4, p. 428] 1843, at the foundat. of thee beautiful edifice for the Wadsworth Athenaeum, title to the realty being deduc. from her. But great uncertainty is found in the identity of the w. of Richard Lord; and aft. large investigat. it is clear, that no derivation from, or connection with, Hartford William can be traced. Certain. thee wid. of Phineas Wilson did not m. Lord, but her d. Abigail did."

References
  1. Andrews, H. F. (Henry Franklin). The Hamlin Family: A Genealogy of Capt. Giles Hamlin of Middletown, Connecticut, 1654-1900. (Exira, Iowa: The Author, 1900)
    p 14.

    giving b. c1650

  2. Boltwood, Lucius M. (Lucius Manlius). Genealogies of Hadley Families: Embracing the Early Settlers of the Towns of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby. (Northampton, Massachusetts: Metcalf & Company, Printers, 1862)
    p 34.

    giving b. 1650

  3.   Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862)
    v1, John Crow of Hartford.

    giving dau Elizabeth b. "1650, m. William Warren, and not, next Phineas Wilson, as sometimes said."

  4. Massachusetts, United States. Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850
    Plymouth v1, p 86 and 135.

    giving "Thomas CLARKE Sr. married Elizabeth CROW 12 Feb. 1689 or 90."
    and "Elizabeth, the wife of Deacon Thomas CLERKE, decd. 13th Nov. 1695."

  5.   Trumbull, James Hammond. The Memorial History of Hartford County, Connecticut, 1633-1884. (Boston: E.L. Osgood, 1886)
    v1, p 235-6.

    giving m2 Phineas Wilson of Hartford, wealthy Dublin merchant, his dod.

  6.   Thomas Clark, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995)
    p 380.

    giving "only one Thomas Clark at Plymouth with wife Elizabeth at this time, and our Thomas was certainly not a deacon. The Thomas Clark who was a deacon is supposed to have died in 1727. If our Thomas had married Elizabeth Crow, he would have been ninety years old."