Person:Mark Kelsey (1)

m. Bef 1634
  1. Mark KelseyEst 1634 - Bet 1715 & 1722/23
  2. Hester KelseyEst 1636 - 1720
  3. Lieutenant John KelseyEst 1636 - 1709
  4. Priscilla KelseyCal 1640 - 1722/23
  5. Mary KelseyCal 1644 - 1676
  6. Abigail Kelsey1645 - 1717
  7. Stephen Kelsey1647 - 1710
  8. Daniel Kelsey1650 - 1727
  9. William Kelsey1654 -
  • HMark KelseyEst 1634 - Bet 1715 & 1722/23
  • WRebecca HoskinsEst 1639 - 1683
m. 8 Mar 1658/59
  1. William Kelsey1653 -
  2. Rebecca Kelsey1659 - 1678
  3. John KelseyAbt 1661 - 1685
  4. Thomas Kelsey1663 - 1715
  5. Unknown KelseyAbt 1667 -
  6. William Kelsey1670 - 1698
  7. Joseph Kelsey1673 - 1742
  8. Ruth KelseyEst 1676 - 1767
  • HMark KelseyEst 1634 - Bet 1715 & 1722/23
  • WAbigail UnknownBet 1645 & 1648 - 1713
m. 26 Dec 1683
Facts and Events
Name[1] Mark Kelsey
Gender Male
Birth[1] Est 1634 Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States (probably)
Marriage 8 Mar 1658/59 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Rebecca Hoskins
Marriage 26 Dec 1683 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Abigail Unknown
Death[2] Bet 2 May 1715 and 27 Feb 1722/23 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States (probably)
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 William Kelsey, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995)
    2:1119.

    "Mark (Kelsey), b. say 1634; …"

  2. 2 Mark Kelsey, in Claypool, Edward A.; Azalea Clizbee; Earl LeLand Kelsey; and Chester Caulfield (Editor) Kelsey. A Genealogy of the Descendants of William Kelsey: Who Settled at Cambridge, Mass., in 1632; at Hartford, Conn., in 1636; and at Killingworth, Conn., in 1663. (New Haven, Conn. (Vols. 1 & 2); Bridgeport, Conn. (Vol. 3): Privately Printed: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co. (Vols. 1 & 2); The Marsh Press, Inc. (Vol. 3), 1928, 1929, 1947)
    1:41.

    "The place and date of death of Mark2 are not recorded. On May 2, 1715, his daughter-in-law, Abigail Watson, widow of his son William, allows Mark2 a sum of money for 'bringing up 2 children,' the daughters of the said William, and on Feb. 27, 1722/3, Obadiah Spencer, Jr., in his will, mentions 'my wife's father, Mark Kelsey, deceased." So that Mark2 died between May 2, 1715 and Feb. 27, 1722/3, but we have found no more specific date than this."