The ancestry of John Rockwell is unknown. It nevertheless has seemed likely that John belonged to a Rockwell family from the area of Dorchester in County Dorset, England, but recent DNA testing instead points to Fitzhead in neighboring County Somerset still in Dorchester's general vicinity, though. Fitzhead is also where William Rockwell's family lived. James Church in Fitzhead. If not, he was a close relative, as DNA evidence shows a close relation between the Rockwells of Fairfield County and those known to have migrated from Fitzhead to Windsor, Connecticut.
No documentary evidence has yet been found, however, that links John of Stamford to the Rockwells in Windsor. Honor was b at Fitzhead and d 26 Jan at Dorchester in Dorsetshire. Two Generations of the Rockwell Family 1. John was one of the early settlers of Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut, first appearing in the records of Stamford in John moved to Rye in Fairfield County in and died there circa John thus had at least one son and three daughters by his first wife. Our ancestry traces back to one of these daughters. John's marriage to Elizabeth Weed has long been known, and in the past all of John's known children were thought to have been born of Elizabeth.
Arthaud points to the vital records of Stamford, Connecticut, which list a death that occurred 14 Sept. Arthaud comments that Hittabel's name has been transcribed literally in many secondary genealogical sources. Free download.
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Greenwich, Connecticut, United States - Norwalk, Connecticut : inscriptions from the graveyards arranged with notes, records of Revolutionary soldiers etc Pt. Arthaud points to the vital records of Stamford, Connecticut, which list a death that occurred 14 Sept. Arthaud comments that Hittabel's name has been transcribed literally in many secondary genealogical sources. But Donald Lines Jacobus interpreted that death entry by placing a question mark after "Rock. Arthaud therefore suggests the name in this record stands for " Me hittabel Rock well ", who could only be a first wife of John Rockwell of Stamford.
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This would mean John's daughter Mehitabel or Hittabel was named after her mother. John's daughter Mehitabel likely was the fourth and last child of John's first wife, who would have died when her daughter was an infant. Arthaud's arguments are cogent and sound, and his suggestion is no doubt correct. James Boughton's genealogy, page 3, provides this summary of John Rockwell's life, per the then-current state of knowledge of Rockwell genealogy emphasis added : " It has been supposed that John Rockwell, the founder of the family of which this account is given, was from the vicinity of Dorchester, England, where the Rockwell name was well known, and came to America about the time mentioned in the History of Stamford by Huntington, page The date of the first record referring to John Rockwell is December 7, , where he is named as one of the first settlers, and received for his home lot two acres and a parcel of woodland.
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Rockwell's genealogical study. The following information from the Mindrum Family History website is extracted from Kenneth Rockwell's study of the Rockwell genealogy and various other sources: [John Rockwell Sr. John Rockwell married, first, a woman named Mehitabel , who died in September of , perhaps from malaria. She was living in , probably in Norwalk, where her sons would soon come of age. She probably died in Norwalk, though a record of it has not been found.
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