|Birth: ||Jul. 14, 1611, England|
|Death: ||Jan., 1647, At Sea|
He was lost in the Atlantic Ocean on the "Phantom Ship" with Lamberton & a group of others from New Haven on their way to England. He had been chosen in 1644 to obtain a patent for New Haven Colony from the King of England.
The son of HENRY & EDITH (ALLISTREE) GREGSON, he was a merchant, assistant of the colony, the first treasurer, and the first Commissioner for the Union with other New England colonies. He had a farm in East Haven near Solitary Cove on the east side of the harbor, as well as a stately house on the corner of Church and Chapel in New Haven. The family lived in East Haven after his death.
He left his widow, JANE GREGSON, one son and eight daughters.
Jane Gregson (1614 - 1702)
Anna or Hannah Gregson Daniels (1632 - 1709)*
Phebe Gregson Russell (1643 - 1730)*
Sarah Gregson Gilbert (1646 - 1697)*
Body lost at sea
Specifically: Died on the Phantom Ship in the Atlantic Ocean
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Jun 10, 2008
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