Stonington, Connecticut, USA

John FishAge: 68 years16211689

Name
John Fish
Given names
John
Surname
Fish
Birth about 1621
MarriageHannah PalmerView this family
August 25, 1681 (Age 60 years)
Death 1689 (Age 68 years)
Family with Hannah Palmer - View this family
himself
John Fish
Birth: about 1621Great Bowden, Leicestershire, England
Death: 1689Groton, New London, Connecticut, United States
wife
Marriage: August 25, 1681Stonington, Connecticut, USA
Thomas Hewitt + Hannah Palmer - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
Marriage: August 26, 1659Stonington, Connecticut, USA
8 months
step-son
3 years
step-son
Roger Sterry + Hannah Palmer - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
Marriage: December 27, 1671Stonington, Connecticut, USA
8 months
step-daughter
2 years
step-son

Marriage
No children from this marriage. Hannah Fish now of Groton in the County of New London, widow and relict of Mr. John Fish Senior of Stonington .... with the free consent of her son and daughter viz. Samuel Sterry and Hannah wife of William Billings, for and in consideration of 22 pounds of current money, in hand well and truly paid unto her by Mr. Samuel Fish [her stepson] of the County of New London .. the receipt whereof the said Hannah Fish doth own and acknowledge and therewith to be fully satisfied and contented .. hath granted, bargained, conveyed..unto the said Samuel Fish.. a parcel of land the moiety or one half of which was given and granted by Mr. John Fish aforesaid deceased upon contract of marriage, as may more fully appear upon the records of Stonington .. one part belonging to the house and orchard, the other part in the plain commonly called Kittengansett Plain, being originally purchased of Mr. William Parke and Mr. Thomas Parke Senior .. to itre path that leads to Edmund Fanning Senior, Mr. Robert Fleming, and the Governor John Winlhrop Esq ... July 10, 1701, [signed] Hannah Fish, William Billings, Samuel Sterry. [Stonington, Conn., Land Records, vol. 2, pp. 300, 300 verso, 331.
Shared note
John Fish was acting clerk at Stonington in 1674 and fought in the Narragansett Indian War of 1675.