|Birth: ||1622, England|
|Death: ||Nov. 6, 1665|
New Haven County
There is a controversy about the surname of William Ive's wife, HANNAH. I believe that she was the daughter of my ancestors, THOMAS & ELLEN (WHITTINGTON) DICKERMAN, who immigrated to Boston/Dorchester. The reason that I believe this is because William Bassett, Hannah's second husband, names Abraham Dickerman and John Cooper, Sr. as his "brothers" in his will. If Hannah was the daughter of Thomas & Ellen Dickerman, ABRAM DICKERMAN would have been her brother and JOHN COOPER, Sr. her brother-in-law, and both would have been William Bassett's brothers-in-law. In those days, the term "brothers" covered brothers-in-law.
She married first WILLIAM IVES (my ancestor) on June 14, 1639. He died in 1648, and she married second, William Bassett the same year (on Nov. 7, 1648).
Thomas Dickerman (1597 - 1657)
Eleanor Whittington Dickerman Bullard (1602 - ____)
William Ives (1607 - 1648)
William Bassett (1624 - 1684)
Phebe Ives Rose Potter (1642 - ____)*
John Ives (1644 - 1681)*
Joseph Ives (1647 - 1694)*
Hannah Bassett Parker (1650 - 1726)*
John Bassett (1652 - 1713)*
Samuel Bassett (1654 - 1716)*
Sarah Bassett Blanchard (1664 - ____)*
Hannah Dickerman Bassett (1622 - 1665)
Abraham Dickerman (1634 - 1711)*
Center Church on the Green Churchyard
New Haven County
Plot: PLEASE READ THE TABLET IN THE PHOTO...THERE ARE NO STONES REMAINING IN THIS CEMETERY (EXCEPT IN THE CRYPT)...THEY WERE ALREADY GONE OR MOVED TO GROVE STREET IN THE EARLY 1800'S.
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Jul 17, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28347513
Nareen, et al
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