Person:Joseph Wetmore (7)

m. 28 Jun 1733
  1. Abigail Wetmore1734/35 -
  2. Ann Wetmore1737 - EST 1738
  3. Joseph Wetmore, III1738/39 - 1814
  4. Amos Wetmore1740 - 1808
  5. Ethe Wetmore1742 - 1792
  6. Ebenezer Wetmore1744 - 1777
  7. Timothy Wetmore1746 - AFT 1810
  8. Nathaniel Wetmore1748 - BEF 1759
  9. Anna Wetmore1749/50 - 1832
  10. Lydia Wetmore1753 -
  11. Sarah Wetmore1755 -
  12. Nathaniel (2d) Wetmore1759 - 1776
  • HJoseph Wetmore, III1738/39 - 1814
  • WBeata Bradley1742 - 1782
m. EST 1767
  1. Lucy WetmoreEST 1767 -
  2. Lydia Wetmore1772 -
  3. Joseph Wetmore, IVABT 1776 - 1851
  4. Nathaniel WetmoreABT 1779 - 1831
  5. Peleg Wetmore1782 - AFT 1830
  • HJoseph Wetmore, III1738/39 - 1814
  • WAnner Ward1748/49 - 1835
m. ABT 1783
  1. Luman WetmoreABT 1784 - 1846
  2. Bela WetmoreABT 1787 - 1809
Facts and Events
Name Joseph Wetmore, III
Gender Male
Birth[1] 3 Feb 1738/39 Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Other[4][8] 19 Apr 1765 25 acres, on the highway, adjacent to the school, Litchfield, Connecticut ColonyLand Purch
Marriage EST 1767 probably Litchfield, Connecticut Colonyto Beata Bradley
Marriage ABT 1783 probably Middletownto Anner Ward
Other[5][9] 22 Aug 1783 Land Sale
Will[6][10] 19 Jun 1811 Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Death[2] 19 Aug 1814 Middlefield, Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Burial[3][7] Old North Burying Ground, Middlefield, Middlesex County, Connecticut
References
  1. Compiler: Carole Magnuson. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Vol. 27, Middletown, Part II, K-Z and No Surname 165. (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, MD, 2000), p. 303, citing 1, p. 69, son of Joseph & Abigail.
  2. Hezekiah Hale, Joshua Stow and others, Editor: Thomas Atkins. Record of the Dead of Middlefield from 22d May 1761, Series: History of Middlefield and Long Hill. (Case, Lockwood & Brainard, Hartford, 1883), 115.
  3. Joseph Wetmore (III) Marker, Cemetery: Old North Burying Ground, State: Connecticut, County: Middlesex, photographed September 2008 by Michael Whitmore.

    Inscription reads:Mr. / Joseph Wetmore / died August 19 1814 / in the 76th year of his / age

  4. Litchfield (Town) Deeds, State: Connecticut, County: Litchfield, 5:457.
  5. Land Records of Middletown, Connecticut, 28:450,451.
  6. Middletown (Connecticut) District Probate Records, Name Of Person: William Ward, File Number: Vol. 5. (30 January 1788), 10:296-297.
  7. Joseph Wetmore, in Find A Grave.
  8. purchased for 25 pounds from Benjamin Bisell and Leah Barnes, both of Litchfield Town and County.
  9. Amos Wetmore of Middletown,Timothy Wetmore, Josiah and Abigail Hubbard, Anne Blake, John and Sarah Egleston and Elizh Wetmore as guardian to the heirs of Ebenezr Wetmore decd sold, for one shilling and sundry services, all their rights in the dwelling house, barn and 20 rods of land left by their father to their step mother Rebecca Wetmore.
  10. In the name of God Amen. I Joseph Wetmore of Middletown in the County of Middlese being of sound and disposing mind & memory make and ordain this my Last Will and Tetament in manner and form following first and principally assign my Soul with the utmost humility unto the hands of god humbly hoping for a blessed immortality through the merits an mediation of my Blessed Saviour Jesus Christ and my Body to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors herein named.
    First I will that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid by my sd Executors
    2nd I give and devise unto my well Beloved wife Anner Wetmore all my household furnishings to her and her heirs forever. Except one Bed and furniture belonging thereto also I give unto her the use and improvement of one third part of my estate both real and personal.
    3rd I give and Bequeath unto my Sons Joseph, Nathaniel & Luman each of them two Shares of my Estate to be equally divided to them and to their heirs forever.
    4th I give and bequeath to my son Peleg one Share of my kEstate to him and to his heirs forever.
    5th I give and bequeath to my two daughters namely Lucy & Lydia so much of my estate as will make each of them one Share of my Estate with What they have already reeived. Lucy has received the value of Sixty dollars towards her Share and Lydia has received the value of Twenty dollars towards her Share.
    Lastly I do make and constitute my Son Joseph Wetmore Junr and my Son Luman Wetmore Executors of this my Last Will and Testament.
    In witness thereof I have set my hand and seal and delivered by the sd Joseph Wetmore his lat Will and Tetament this nineteenth day of June AD 1811 in his presence and in the presence of each other that have Set their mames as Witnesses.

    Isaac Miller Joseph Wetmore (LS)
    Lucretia Wetmore
    Corneliam M. Johnson