Person:Ruth Crow (2)

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. 21 Dec 1671
  1. Ruth Gaylord1672/73 -
  2. _____ Gaylord1673/74 -
  3. Samuel Gaylord1675/76 - 1733/34
  4. Deacon William Gaylord1677/78 - 1770
  5. Elizabeth Gaylord1681/82 - 1770
  6. John Gaylord1683/84 -
  • HJohn Haley - 1687/88
  • WRuth CrowAbt 1650 - Bef 1688
m. 1680/81
Facts and Events
Name Ruth Crow
Married Name Ruth Haley
Married Name Ruth Gaylord
Gender Female
Birth[1][4] Abt 1650 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 21 Dec 1671 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticutto William Gaylord
Marriage 1680/81 to John Haley
Death[3] Bef 1688 probably Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United StatesHusband remarried, and d., all by 1688
References
  1. William Gaylord, in Early Families of New England
    3.

    cites "Ancient Windsor" 2:280

  2.   Stiles, Henry R. History and Genealogies of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut (1892): including East Windsor, South Windsor, Bloomfield, Windsor Locks and Ellington, 1635-1891. (Hartford, Connecticut: Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1892)
    Vol. 2, p. 280.

    William Gaylord m. 1671 Ruth Crow, d/o John and Elizabeth Crow of Hartford. He d. 1680, possibly [after] removing to Hadley, where his widow m. John Haley. Children: Ruth, Samuel, William.

  3. Judd, Sylvester, and Lucius M. Boltwood. History of Hadley (Massachusetts): including the early history of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Massachusetts. (Springfield, MA: H.R. Huntting & Co., 1905)
    p. 505.

    John Haley, d. abt. 1688. He m.(1) Mrs. Ruth Gaylord, dau. of John Crow; (2) Hannah, dau. of Samuel Bliss.

  4. There apparently is no birth record for Ruth. Using the list of children of John and Elizabeth Crow found in Source:Barbour, Lucius Barnes. Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 203, there is a child born in 1656, Daniel, by age at death, and that would make Ruth very young to marry in 1671. Other births are listed 1649, and 1652, though the 1652 may be an estimate. So, combined with her marriage, her birth is probably 1650, remote possibility of about 1654, though that is unlikely and would be suspect without evidence, as the typical practice (encouraged by the church) was that women would not marry until reaching legal age, 18. Her birth would be in Hartford, where her parents lived from 1640's or earlier until they moved to Hadley in 1659.