|Death: ||Aug., 1671|
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John was a weaver by trade and was an original proprietor; his house–lot was on the south side of the road from the mill to the south meadow, now Elm St. He was chosen chimney–viewer, 1649; surveyor of highways, 1652; constable, 1656; fence–viewer, 1667; townsman, 1669; d. August, 1671; will dated Aug. 14; inv. Aug. 29, £383. 2. 6.
His widow, Elizabeth Freeman d. in 1673; inv. Dec. 13. — Ch.: i. Mary, m. Samuel Burr, of Hartford (q. v.). ii. Lydia, m. John Baker (q. v.), who lived on the highway afterw. called Baker's Lane, in Hartford; she d. May 16, 1700.
iii. Elizabeth, bapt. in Hartford, Aug. 23, 1645; m. Paul Peck, Jr., of Hartford. The name Baysey was handed down to the present century as a Christian name in the Burr and Baker families, and the Welles family of West Hartford.
Elizabeth Freeman Baysey (1617 - 1673)*
Mary Baysey Burr (1643 - 1681)*
Elizabeth Baysey Peck (1643 - 1671)*
Ancient Burying Ground
Plot: Section - East
Maintained by: Nancy Ostling Starkman
Originally Created by: Beca
Record added: Jan 23, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 17650231
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