Section AFM: Descendants of James Olmstead

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

1. JAMES1 OLMSTEAD was born about 1520[4], and died between 1550 and 1553[4] in Grand Leighs, Essex, England, United Kingdom[4]. He married ALICE _____. [4]
Child:
+2i.JAMES2 OLMSTEAD JR., b. in 1550[4]; m. on 12 Aug. 1576[4] JANE BRISTOW.


Generation Two

2. JAMES2 OLMSTEAD JR. (James1), son of (1) James1 and Alice (_____) OLMSTEAD, was born in 1550[4], and died between 1578 and 1660. He married on 12 Aug. 1576[4], JANE BRISTOW. [4]
Child:
+3i.RICHARD3 OLMSTEAD, bp. on 22 March 1579[4] in Grand Leighs[4]; bur. on 16 Nov. 1641[4] in Fairsted, Essex[4]; m. FRANCES SLANEY, d. in Fairsted[4].


Generation Three

3. RICHARD3 OLMSTEAD (James2, James1), son of (2) James2 Jr. and Jane (BRISTOW), was christened on 22 March 1579[4] in Grand Leighs[4], died between 1 Sept. 1641 and 16 Nov. 1641 in Fairsted[4] and was buried on 16 Nov. 1641[4] in Fairsted[4]. He married FRANCES SLANEY, who died in Fairsted[4], and was buried on 10 Sept. 1630[4]. [4]
Child:
+4i.REBECCA4 OLMSTEAD, b. about 1610 in Great Leighs, Essex[4]; d. on 24 Feb. 1697/8[2, 5] in Farmington, Hartford Co., Connecticut, United States[2, 5]; m. between 1632 and 1640[4] in United States[4] (AER-1) THOMAS NEWELL, b. in Hertfordshire, England[4], d. in Farmington[2, 5] on 13 Sept. 1689[2, 5].


Generation Four

4. REBECCA4 OLMSTEAD (Richard3, James2, James1), daughter of (3) Richard3 and Frances (SLANEY) OLMSTEAD, was born in Great Leighs[4], and died on 24 Feb. 1697/8[2, 5] in Farmington[2, 5]. She married in United States[4], between 1632 and 1640[4], (AER-1) THOMAS NEWELL, who was born in Hertfordshire[4], and died on 13 Sept. 1689[2, 5] in Farmington[2, 5]. [1, 3, 2, 4, 5]
Child: See (AER-1) Thomas NEWELL



1. William Richard Cutter, Genealogical and Family History of Western New York (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1912), III:1204; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
2. Mary A. Hall, Thomas Newell, who settled in Farmington, Conn., A.D. 1632, and His Descendants (Southington, Conn.: Cochrane Bros., 1878), 10.
3. Ibid., 9.
4. R. Thomas Collins, Jr., One Life at a Time: A New World Family Narrative, 1630-1960 (Oakton, VA: Ravensyard Publishing, 1999), 12.
5. Ibid., 13.