Person:Ephraim Goodrich (2)

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
  • HCaptain Ephraim Goodrich1663 - 1739
  • WSarah Treat1664 - 1711/12
m. 20 May 1684
  1. Lieut. Richard Goodrich1685 - 1759
  • HCaptain Ephraim Goodrich1663 - 1739
  • WJerusha TreatCal 1678 - 1754
m. 25 Dec 1712
  1. Gurdon Goodrich,1717 - 1794
Facts and Events
Name[1] Captain Ephraim Goodrich
Gender Male
Birth[1] 2 Jun 1663 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 20 May 1684 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Sarah Treat
Marriage 25 Dec 1712 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Jerusha Treat
Death[1][3][4] 28 Feb 1739 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Burial[2][3] Center Cemetery, Rocky Hill, Hartford, Connecticut, United States

"Capt. Ephriam2 [error for Ephriam2] Goodrich (William1), born at Wethersfield, Conn., 2 June 1663, died there 28 Feb. 1739. aged 74 (gravestone. Rocky Hill); married first, at Wethersfield, 20 May 1684, Sarah3 Treat …, born at Wethersfield, 8 June 1664, died there 26 Jan. 1711/12, in her 48th year, daughter of Maj. Richard2 and Sarah (Coleman) Treat; married second, at Wethersfield, 25 Dec. 1712, Jerusha3 (Treat) Welles …, born about 1678, died at Wethersfield, 15 Jan. 1754 in her 76th year (gravestone), daughter of Lieut. James2 and Rebecca (Lattimer) Treat, and widow of Capt. Thomas Welles … . [Sarah Treat and Jerusha (Treat) Welles were first cousins.]

He was commissioned Ensign of the Glastonbury trainband, May 1698, under Capt. Samuel Welles and Lieut. Samuel Hale, and Lieutenant of the same, May 1710. Moving back to Wethersfield, he was made Lieutenant of the south company there, May 1713, and Captain, May 1716. He was Deputy for Glastonbury at the Oct. 1702 session of the General Court. …

Ephraim Goodrich of Wethersfield conveyed 30 Jan. 1737/8 to his son, David Goodrich of Glastonbury; 23 Feb. 1737/8 to his son, Gideon Goodrich of Wethersfield, land in Glastonbury; and 30 Jan. 1737/8 to his sons Richard Goodrich of Middle town and Thomas Goodrich of Glastonbury."[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)
    557.
  2. Ephraim Goodrich, in Find A Grave.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Tillotson, Edward Sweetser. Wethersfield Inscriptions: a complete record of the inscriptions in the five burial places in the ancient town of Wethersfield, including the towns of Rocky Hill, Newington, and Beckley Quarter (in Berlin), also a portion of the inscriptions in the oldest cemetery in Glastonbury. (Hartford, Connecticut: W. F. J. Boardman, 1899)
    234.

    Here lies the Body of | Capt. Ephraim Goodrich, | who Dec'd Feb'ry ye 28 | 1739; Aged 74 Years, | leaving 9 Children | 43 Grandchildren, and 4 | Great-grandchildren.

  4. Hale, House page 557, one place has 27 February 1739 as date of death instead of 28 February 1739. Checked it against the entry in Wethersfield Inscriptions which has 28 February.