|Birth: ||unknown, England|
|Death: ||Apr. 27, 1648|
He may actually have died and been buried in Windsor, Hartford, CT, but there is a stone for him in this cemetery, while I found no stone for him in Windsor. This stone was most likely placed by one of Jason Dewey's heirs. The style of this stone suggests it was placed in the 1860's or 1870's. Thomas' birth date remains unknown but it's supposed to be about 1603, possibly in Wales, though he emigrated from Sandwich, ENG in 1633. His wife's maiden name also remains unknown but she was Frances the widow of a Mr. Clark and she later married George Phelps and most of the family moved with them to Westfield.
He became a freeman in 1634 at Dorchester, MA. He moved to Windsor in 1635 where he married Frances on 22 Mar 1638. He was a juror in 1642 and 1644.
Frances Clark Dewey Phelps (1611 - 1690)*
Thomas Dewey (1640 - 1690)*
Josiah Dewey (1641 - 1732)*
Anna Dewey Woodward (1643 - 1706)*
Israel Dewey (1645 - 1678)*
Jedediah Dewey (1647 - 1718)*
Old Burying Ground
Created by: Forrest Fothergill
Record added: Sep 12, 2008
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Jonathan Robert De Mallie
Added: Oct. 28, 2013
His 8th great grandfather, always remembered.|
Lewis & Barbara
Added: Oct. 15, 2013
Rest In Peace|
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