I am looking for information on one Benjamin Burn, born 1720 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States. A marriage record from Massachusetts Marriages, 1695-1910, shows He was married to Martha Bell on 07 Oct 1742 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States.
Martha was born 23 June 1722 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. The couple had one child, Daniel Burns, born 1745 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States, and who died 1 July 1811.
I would like to make further connections to Benjamin’s Parents, and/or any and all documentation of Benjamin’s birth and death which may contain names for his parents.
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I am looking for the father of Nathan Ross who was born in 1763 in Stafford, Toland, Ct. I have been to the Ct. State Library in Hartford and viewed Nathan's Probated Will. He married Elizabeth Olin in Preston, CT., I have their marriage license. We believe his father's name was William and was born in Scotland, sent to Jamaica in 1738 as an indentured servant of the Mark Walker Co of London. May have came into Boston, MA in 1748. Have been to Stafford & Preston and found no records have been preserved. We found in the 1790 Census listing a William Ross living in Stafford, CT.
Hi, I am looking for any information available on the COLACI family. My grandfather's name was Victor Colaci (born December 16, 1921-died October 4, 2005). My grandmother's name was Mafalda Colaci (born 1919-died January 1999). I am unsure of her maiden name and pretty much any other information about her family. Both of my grandparents are from Waterbury, CT (New Haven County CT). From what I can remember, my grandfather has two sisters, Gene and Marie, and one brother (deceased), Louis. My grandfather owned multiple properties throughout Waterbury including the Apothecary Building downtown. I also know that part of my grandfather's family is from Calabria, Italy. Any information pertaining to the COLACI family from the Waterbury area would be appreciated.