Section AFY: Descendants of John Pardee

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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Generation One

1. JOHN1 PARDEE was born in 1567[31] in Uffculme, Devonshire, England, United Kingdom[31], and died on 7 Feb. 1656/7[31] in London, Middlesex, England[31]. [31]
Child:
+2i.ANTHONY2 PARDEE, b. on 26 July 1591[31] in Pitminster, Somersetshire, England[31]; d. on 14 Jan. 1645[31] in Taunton, Somersetshire[31]; m. on 3 May 1614[15, 22] in Pitminster[15, 22] (MK-2) ANSTICE COX, b. in Pitminster[15, 22] on 25 June 1587[15, 22], daughter of (MK-1) John and Alice (WALSBEER) COX.


Generation Two

2. ANTHONY2 PARDEE (John1), son of (1) John1 PARDEE, was born on 26 July 1591[31] in Pitminster[31], was christened on 27 July 1591[22] in Uffculme[22], and died on 14 Jan. 1645[31] in Taunton[31]. He married in Pitminster[15, 22], on 3 May 1614[15, 22], (MK-2) ANSTICE COX, daughter of (MK-1) John and Alice (WALSBEER) COX, who was born on 25 June 1587[15, 22] in Pitminster[15, 22]. [15, 22, 23, 31]
Child:
+3i.GEORGE3 PARDEE, bp. on 19 Feb. 1624[18, 22] in Pitminster[18, 22]; d. on 14 April 1700[31] in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut, United States[31]; m. on 29 Dec. 1662[18, 10] in New Haven[18, 10] KATHERINE LANE.


Generation Three

3. GEORGE3 PARDEE (Anthony2, John1), son of (2) Anthony2 and (MK-2) Anstice (COX) PARDEE, was christened on 19 Feb. 1624[18, 22] in Pitminster[18, 22], and died on 14 April 1700[31] in New Haven[31]. He married in New Haven[18, 10], on 29 Dec. 1662[18, 10], KATHERINE LANE. [18, 22, 23, 31]
"There was a Katherine Lane who married John Tuttle in 1653, and was thought to be the daughter of John Lane of Milford, Connecticut. It seems that there might be some connection between the two Katherines, but it is not possible to say what relationship there was, if any."[22]
Child:
+4i.JOSEPH4 PARDEE, b. on 27 April 1664[20] in New Haven[20]; d. after 1742[20]; m. on 23 Dec. 1703[20] in New Haven[20] (AGI-7) ELIZABETH PAYNE, b. in New Haven[20, 27] on 2 Oct. 1677[20, 27], d. after 1750[20], daughter of (AGI-4) John and (HE-8) Abigail (BROCKETT) PAYNE.


Generation Four

4. JOSEPH4 PARDEE (George3, Anthony2, John1), son of (3) George3 and Katherine (LANE) PARDEE, was born on 27 April 1664[20] in New Haven[20], and died between 1742 and 1774[20]. He married in New Haven[20], on 23 Dec. 1703[20], (AGI-7) ELIZABETH PAYNE, daughter of (AGI-4) John and (HE-8) Abigail (BROCKETT) PAYNE, who was born on 2 Oct. 1677[20, 27] in New Haven[20, 27], and died after 1750[20]. [19, 24, 20]
Child:
+5i.DANIEL5 PARDEE, b. on 28 Nov. 1706[13] in New Haven[13]; d. in 1764[13] in West Haven, New Haven Co.[13]; m. on 19 Dec. 1734[13] in West Haven[13] (AHL-3) LYDIA PORTER, b. in West Haven[13] about 1716[13], d. after 1795[13], daughter of (AHL-2) Dr. Richard and Mary (_____).


Generation Five

5. DANIEL5 PARDEE (Joseph4, George3, Anthony2, John1), son of (4) Joseph4 and (AGI-7) Elizabeth (PAYNE) PARDEE, was born on 28 Nov. 1706[13] in New Haven[13], and died in 1764[13] in West Haven[13]. He married in West Haven[13], on 19 Dec. 1734[13], (AHL-3) LYDIA PORTER, daughter of (AHL-2) Dr. Richard and Mary (_____), who was born about 1716[13] in West Haven[13], and died after 1795[13]. [21, 25, 13]
Child:
+6i.DAVID6 PARDEE, b. on 17 May 1741[16] in West Haven[16]; d. on 31 May 1821[16] in Cromwell, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[16]; m. on 1 Jan. 1761[16] in Southington, Hartford Co., Connecticut[16] (ATY-4) PHEBE WOODRUFF, chr. in Southington[16] on 12 July 1741[16], d. in Cromwell[16] on 30 Nov. 1822[16], daughter of (ATY-3) Samuel and (FF-7) Esther (BIRD) WOODRUFF.


Generation Six

6. DAVID6 PARDEE (Daniel5, Joseph4, George3, Anthony2, John1), son of (5) Daniel5 and (AHL-3) Lydia (PORTER) PARDEE, was born on 17 May 1741[16] in West Haven[16], and died on 31 May 1821[16] in Cromwell[16]. He married in Southington[16], on 1 Jan. 1761[16], (ATY-4) PHEBE WOODRUFF, daughter of (ATY-3) Samuel and (FF-7) Esther (BIRD) WOODRUFF, who was christened on 12 July 1741[16] in Southington[16], and died on 30 Nov. 1822[16] in Cromwell[16]. [14, 26, 16]
Child:
+7i.PHEBE7 PARDEE, b. about 1775[9] in Branford, New Haven Co.[9]; d. in Dec. 1857[11] in Fowler, Trumbull Co., Ohio, United States[11]; m. on 2 July 1799[1, 17, 28] in Southington[1, 17, 28] (DE-57) JESSE BALDWIN, b. in Branford[7, 8, 11] on 16 Sept. 1780[7, 8, 11], d. in Fowler[11] in 1850[30], son of (DE-53) Ephraim and Keziah (WHEDON) BALDWIN.


Generation Seven

7. PHEBE7 PARDEE (David6, Daniel5, Joseph4, George3, Anthony2, John1), daughter of (6) David6 and (ATY-4) Phebe (WOODRUFF) PARDEE, was born about 1775[9] in Branford[9], and died between 23 Dec. 1857 and 31 Dec. 1857[11] in Fowler[11]. She married in Southington[1, 17, 28], on 2 July 1799[1, 17, 28], (DE-57) JESSE BALDWIN, son of (DE-53) Ephraim and Keziah (WHEDON) BALDWIN, who was born on 16 Sept. 1780[7, 8, 11] in Branford[7, 8, 11], died in 1850[30] in Fowler[11], and was buried in Vienna, Trumbull Co.[29].

From the 4 Aug. 1800 census, in Southington[2]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 0-10 (Julius 8 mo.)
1 Free White male 16-26 (Jesse 19)
1 Free White female 16-26 (Phebe 23-25)

From the 6 Aug. 1810 census, in Simsbury, Hartford Co.[3]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 0-10 (Decius 2)
2 Free White males 10-16 (Julius 10, Ephraim 8)
1 Free White male 26-45 (Jesse 29)
3 Free White females 0-10 (Nancy 6, Eunice 4, Dennis 6 mo.)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Phebe 33-35)

From the 7 Aug. 1820 census, in Vernon Twp., Trumbull Co.[4]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 0-10 (Jesse Nelson 4)
2 Free White males 10-16 (Decius 12, Dennis 10)
1 Free White male 26-45 (Jesse 39)
1 Free White female 0-10 (Phebe 6)
1 Free White female 16-26 (Nancy 16)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Phebe 43-45)
Persons in Agriculture: 2

From the 1 June 1830 census, in Vienna[5]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 10-15 (Jesse Nelson 14)
3 Free White males 20-30 (Ephraim 28, Decius 22, Dennis 20)
1 Free White male 30-40 (Julius 30)
1 Free White male 40-50 (Jesse 49)
2 Free White females 15-20 (?, Phebe 16)
1 Free White female 50-60 (Phebe 53-55)

From the 1 June 1840 census, in Vienna[6]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 10-15 (?)
1 Free White male 20-30 (?)
1 Free White male 50-60 (Jesse 59)
1 Free White female 20-30 (?)
1 Free White female 60-70 (Phebe 63-65)
Persons in Agriculture: 1

[11, 17, 9, 12, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
Children: See (DE-57) Jesse BALDWIN



1. Connecticut, Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920 (Hartford, Connecticut: No publisher, No date), 107:23; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 5 January 2014).
2. 1800 United States Federal Census, Southington, Hartford Co., Connecticut, 399; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
3. 1810 United States Federal Census, Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut, 574; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
4. 1820 United States Federal Census, Vernon Twp., Trumbull Co., Ohio, 671; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
5. 1830 United States Federal Census, Vienna, Trumbull Co., Ohio, 131; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
6. 1840 United States Federal Census, Vienna, Trumbull Co., Ohio, 15; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
7. Lorraine Cook White, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 3: Branford 1644-1850, Bridgeport 1821-1854 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1995), 10; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 16 December 2011).
8. "Connecticut, Births and Christenings, 1649-1906," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1674736 : accessed 3 January 2014), Jesse Baldwin, 16 Sep 1780.
9. International Genealogical Index, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1997).
10. William Bradford Browne, The Babbitt Family History, 1643-1900 (Taunton, Mass.: C. A. Hack & Son, 1912), 73; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
11. Charles Candee Baldwin, Baldwin Genealogy From 1500 to 1881 (Cleveland, Ohio: Leader Printing Co., 1881), 353; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
12. Wendy Shea, Mills/Shea Ancestors and Their Descendants (http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=labrat55&id=I6031).
13. Donald Lines Jacobus, Pardee Genealogy (New Haven: New Haven Colony Historical Society, 1927), 104.
14. Ibid., 105, 132.
15. Ibid., 12.
16. Ibid., 132.
17. Ibid., 134.
18. Ibid., 89.
19. Ibid., 89, 92.
20. Ibid., 92.
21. Ibid., 94, 104.
22. Louis Effingham de Forest, Babcock and Allied Families (No place: de Forest Publishing Company, 1928), 73.
23. Donald Lines Jacobus, "Families of Ancient New Haven" (Family Tree Maker CD179, Connecticut Genealogies #1, online at ancestry.com), 1345.
24. Ibid., 1346, 1379.
25. Ibid., 1347.
26. Ibid., 1355.
27. Ibid., 1379.
28. Heman Rowlee Timlow, Ecclesiastical and other sketches of Southington, Conn (Hartford: Case, Lockwood, and Brainard Co., 1875), 239; digital images, Google (http://books.google.com : accessed 11 December 2011).
29. FindAGrave (http://www.findagrave.com), memorial #80239849.
30. "Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1681000 : accessed 3 January 2014), Jesse Baldwin, 1850.
31. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).