Person:Israel Olmstead (1)

Israel Olmstead
 
m. Bef 1713
  1. Thankful Olmstead1712/13 - 1743
  2. Jeremiah Olmstead1714/15 -
  3. Israel Olmstead1716 -
  4. Hannah Olmstead1718 -
  5. Martha Olmstead1721 - 1744
  6. Dorcas Olmstead1724 -
  7. Sarah Olmstead1724 -
  8. Silence Olmstead1728 - Bef 1752
  9. Abigail Olmstead1731 -
  10. Prudence Olmstead1733 -
  11. Moses Olmstead1736 - 1795
m. 12 May 1737
  1. Dorothy Olmstead1737 -
  2. Thankful Olmstead1739 -
  3. Joseph Olmstead1751 -
m. 25 Nov 1756
  1. Israel Olmstead1757 -
  2. Challis Olmstead1760 -
  3. Sarah Olmstead1761 -
  4. Ebenezer Olmsted1763 - 1827
  5. Mary Olmstead1765 -
  6. Jonathan Olmstead1767 -
Facts and Events
Name[2] Israel Olmstead
Gender Male
Birth[1] 24 Mar 1716 Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 12 May 1737 Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, United Statesto Sarah Banister
Other[3] 24 Feb 1752 Hampshire, Massachusetts, United Statesnamed in Will of Jabez Olmstead, father
Marriage 25 Nov 1756 Hardwick, Worcester, Massachusetts, United Statesto Anna Safford
Residence[2] Abt 1771 Lyman (now Monroe), Grafton, New Hampshire, United States
Military[2] French war - Sergeant
Residence[2] Hardwick, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Brookfield, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Worcester, Massachusetts: Franklin P. Rice, 1909)
    p. 168.

    OMSTED, Israiel, s. Jabisz and Thankful, [born] March 24, 1716.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 9072, in Olmsted, Henry King (1824-1896), and George Kemp Ward (1848-1937). Genealogy of the Olmsted family in America: embracing the descendants of James and Richard Olmstead and covering a period of nearly three centuries, 1632-1912. (New York: A. T. DeLaMare, 1912.)
    393, 395.

    [p. 393: s/o Capt. Jabez Olmsted and Thankful Barnes]
    (9072) ISRAEL OLMSTED, b. at Brookfield, Mass., Mar. 24, 1716; d. prob. at Lyman (now Monroe), N. H., abt. 1806; m.
    (1) in Brookfield, May 12, 1737, Sarah Bannister ...
    (2) in Hardwick, Mass., Sept. 25, 1756, Anna Safford ...
    Mr. Israel Olmsted was a soldier in the French War; Sergeant of a company which marched in 1757 for the relief of Fort William Henry, and probably saw other service; settled in Hardwick, but removed to Lyman (now Monroe), N. H., abt. 1771, to take charge of the lands of Col. John Hurd, of Haverhill. No trace of him is found after 1789, except a tradition that he d. at abt. 90, not far from 1806.

  3. Will Abstract of Jabez Olmstead, in User generated Abstract.

    OLMSTEAD, Capt. Jabez of Ware-River Parish, Hampshire County. 24 Feb 1752. Rec. 22 Mar 1753.
    Wife: Martha.
    Sons: Moses ; Jeremiah ; Israel.
    Daus: Thankful Brawn, dec'd. ; Hannah Marsh ; dau Hammond, dec'd.; Dorcas Wolcot ; Sarah Marsh ; Abigail Smith ; Prudence.
    Exec: wife "Martha Omstead".
    Wit: Job Lane ; John Downing
    [8:26-27]


    [Note: for complete Will Transcript, see page for Capt. Jabez Olmstead of Ware.]