|Notes for Matthias HITCHCOCK|
|Matthias Hitchcock come from London to Boston on the bark "Susan and Ellen" in the spring of 1635. He was then 25 years of age. In Bond's History of Watertown is a "Record of Matthew Hitchcock a townsman then inhabiting," receiving, July, 1636, twenty-three acres of land in the "Great Dividends." this land he afterwards sold to D. Patrick. In 1639 his name appears in the records of New Haven, Conn., where he was among the original signers of the "foundamental agreement made on the 4th of the fowerth moneth called June, 1639." He was also one, of the five purchasers of "South End Neck" now East Haven Conn., where the five dwelt after 1651.|
Sources: 1. Repository:
Name: Mid-Continent Public Library; Genealogy and Local History Department
Independence, Missouri 64050
Title: The Genealogy of the Hitchcock Familly Who Are Descended From Matthias Hitchcock of New Haven, Conn.
Author: Conmpiled and Published by Mrs. Edward Hitchcock, Sr., of Amherst, Mass.
Publication: Press of Carpenter & Moorehouse; Amherst, Mass.; 1894
Abbrev: The Genealogy of the Hitchcock Familly Who Are Descended From Matthias Hitchcock of New Haven, Conn.
Call Number: G122 University Microfilms Inc.; Ann Arbor, Michigan 41806
Page: P. 4
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