wife of Benjamin Cooley
From First Century of Springfield, Volume 2
John Bagg came to Springfield about twenty years after the settlement was begun. The first mention of his name in the Town Records was in 1657. In what part of England he resided before coming to this country his descendants have not as yet been able to determine. He was unmarried, but December 24, 1657, he married Hannah BURT, daughter of Henry and Eulalia Burt. His grants of land were all on the west side of the Connecticut River, mostly in the meadow below or near Riley's Brook. His wife died August 1, 1680, and he died September 5, 1683. Their children were:--
Hannah, b. September 8, 1658, m. Nathaniel SIKES.
Mercy, b. November 23, 1660, m. Ebenezer JONES.
Daniel, b. November 10, 1663, d. December 7, 1663.
John, b. March 26, 1665, m. Mercy THOMAS, daughter of Rowland Thomas.
Daniel, b. May 12, 1668, m. Hannah PHELPS.
Jonathan, b. November 2, 1670, m. Mary WELLER.
Abigail, b. April 22, 1673, m. Benjamin COOLEY.
James, b. 1675, d. September 13, 1689.
Sarah, b. April 2, 1678, m. Benoni ATCHINSON, and second, Samuel BARNARD.
Abilene, b. July 25, 1680, unmarried, and d. November 12, 1750.
John Bagg (1638 - 1683)
Hannah Burt Bagg (1641 - 1680)
Benjamin Cooley (1656 - 1731)*
Hannah Bagg Sykes Miller (1658 - 1740)*
Daniel Bagg (1663 - 1663)*
Daniel Bagg (1667 - 1738)*
Abigail Bagg Cooley (1673 - 1739)
James Bagg (1675 - 1689)*
Sarah Bagg Atchinson (1678 - ____)*
Abilene Bagg (1680 - 1750)*
Plot: Body relocated in 1848 to Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.
Created by: M Cooley
Record added: Aug 23, 2010
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To My 9th Great Grand Aunt, May You Forever Rest in Peace|
Added: Apr. 2, 2013