Section AUJ: Descendants of Thomas Woodford

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.4.0 on 7 Feb. 2022
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Generation One

1. THOMAS1 WOODFORD was born between 1556 and 1620/1 in Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom[2], and died on 6 March 1667[3, 7] in Northampton, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, United States[3, 7]. He married on 4 March 1635[3], (FN-2) MARY BLOTT, daughter of (FN-1) Robert BLOTT, who was christened on 24 Dec. 1609[7] in Harrold, Bedfordshire, England[7], and died between 1 Jan. and 27 May 1662[7]. [1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]
7 March 1632. Names of men to be transported [from London] to New England to be resident there upon a plantation, having taken the oath of allegiance: ... Thomas Woodford, ...[8]
"William and Francis, Captain Thomas, Master. She left London March 9 and arrived June 5, 'with about sixty passengers.' ... Thomas Woodford, Roxbury, ..."[9]
+2i.JOSEPH2 WOODFORD, b. about 1650 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut, United States[3]; d. about 1705[3]; m. (AEY-2) REBECKAH NEWELL, b. in Jan. 1643[4, 10], d. in Farmington, Hartford Co.[10] on 29 March 1700[10], daughter of (AEY-1) Thomas and (AFT-4) Rebecca (OLMSTEAD) NEWELL.

Generation Two

2. JOSEPH2 WOODFORD (Thomas1), son of (1) Thomas1 and (FN-2) Mary (BLOTT) WOODFORD, was born between 1623 and 1654/5 in Hartford[3], and died about 1705[3]. He married (AEY-2) REBECKAH NEWELL, daughter of (AEY-1) Thomas and (AFT-4) Rebecca (OLMSTEAD) NEWELL, who was born in Jan. 1643[4, 10], and died on 29 March 1700[10] in Farmington[10]. [3, 4, 10]
+3i.ESTHER3 WOODFORD, b. on 28 Feb. 1669[11] in Farmington[11]; d. on 5 April 1742[11]; m. on 2 Jan. 1695[11] (FF-6) SAMUEL BIRD of Farmington, b. of Farmington[11] in 1670[11], d. in Farmington[11] in 1699[11], son of (FF-3) Joseph BIRD.

Generation Three

3. ESTHER3 WOODFORD (Joseph2, Thomas1), daughter of (2) Joseph2 and (AEY-2) Rebeckah (NEWELL) WOODFORD, was born on 28 Feb. 1669[11] in Farmington[11], and died on 5 April 1742[11]. She married on 2 Jan. 1695[11], (FF-6) SAMUEL BIRD of Farmington, son of (FF-3) Joseph BIRD, who was born in 1670[11] of Farmington[11], and died in 1699[11] in Farmington[11]. [3, 11]
Child: See (FF-6) Samuel BIRD

1. William Richard Cutter, Genealogical and Family History of Western New York (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1912); digital images, (
2. Ibid., III:1203.
3. Ibid., III:1204.
4. Mary A. Hall, Thomas Newell, who settled in Farmington, Conn., A.D. 1632, and His Descendants (Southington, Conn.: Cochrane Bros., 1878), 12.
5. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 3:2057.
6. Ibid., 3:2058.
7. Ibid., 3:2059.
8. Peter Wilson Coldham, The Complete Book of Emigrants: 1607-1660 (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1987), 100.
9. Charles Edward Banks, The Planters of the Commonwealth in Massachusetts: 1620-1640 (Boston: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1930), 96; digital images, (
10. R. Thomas Collins, Jr., One Life at a Time: A New World Family Narrative, 1630-1960 (Oakton, VA: Ravensyard Publishing, 1999), 50.
11. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).