|Birth: ||Oct. 16, 1600|
|Death: ||Sep. 23, 1690|
The Catlin family was seated in Leyburn for several generations prior to Thomas' emigration to America. Leyburn is not far from the popular tourist resort of Tunbridge Wells.
Genealogical and Family History of the State of Connecticut: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a Commonwealth and the Founding of a Nation. Volume III
Thomas Catlin, immigrant ancestor of the American family, was born in 1600, according to a deposition in 1687 in court, giving his age as eighty-seven years. Savage states that he died in 1690, aged about seventy-eight. One of the records is in error, presumably that of Savage. He came to Hartford, Connecticut, about 1640, and is first mentioned in the colonial records in 1644 ; was chimney viewer, 1647-48-53 ; surveyor of highways in 1655 ; townsman in 1659 ; constable in 1662-74, then an office of importance. He married (first) Mary -, who died before 1675 ; married (second), Mary Elmer or Elmore, widow of Edward Elmer or Elmore, who was killed in King Philip 's war by the Indians. Children: Mary ; Mary, born May 6, 1649, married – Churchill, Joseph.
(II) John, son of Thomas Catlin, was born about 1640 in England . He received by deed of gift, January 29, 1689-90, property from his father. He married, July 27, 1665, Mary, daughter of Captain Samuel Marshall, of Windsor . She died in Hartford, October 20, 1716 . According to the Wethersfield record, however, he married Mary -, September 23, 1662 . These may be different wives, instead of there being an error in the records. Children: John, born at Wethersfield, moved to Deerfield, Massachusetts ; Mary ; Samuel, mentioned below; Thomas ; Benjamin.
Mary Elmer Catlin (1607 - 1677)
Mary Catlin Churchill (1649 - 1738)*
Ancient Burying Ground
Created by: Mookie
Record added: Nov 21, 2012
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