Elizabeth Gibbons

#2803, (circa 1619 - 25 April 1696)
Relationship8th great-grandmother of William David Lewis
Father*____ Gibbons1
Mother*____ _____1

Family 1

Luke Hitchcock b. s 1617, d. 1659
Children 1. John Hitchcock+6 (1642 - 1711/12)
 2.Hannah Hitchcock+6 (1645 - 1733)
 3.Luke Hitchcock Jr+ (1655 - 1726/27)

Family 2

William Warriner d. 1676

Family 3

Joseph Baldwin b. s 1613, d. 1684
Birth*circa 1619She was born circa 1619 at EnglandG
1636She and William Gibbons migrated to New EnglandG in 1636.2 
Marriage*circa 1642She married Luke Hitchcock circa 1642. 
circa 1642 As of circa 1642,her married name was Hitchcock. 
26 February 1654/55In William Gibbons's will dated 26 February 1654/55 at Hartford, Connecticut, Elizabeth Gibbons, "my sister Hidgcoke," was named as an heir; (Luke Hitchcock, witness.)3 
1661She removed to Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1661.4 
2 October 1661 As of 2 October 1661,her married name was Warriner. 
Marriage*2 October 1661She married William Warriner on 2 October 1661 at Springfield, Hampden Co., MassachusettsG.5 
Marriage*17 September 1678She married Joseph Baldwin, son of Richard Baldwin III and Isabel Harding, on 17 September 1678.5 
17 September 1678 As of 17 September 1678,her married name was Baldwin. 
Death*25 April 1696She died on 25 April 1696 at Hampden Co., MassachusettsG
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis

Citations

  1. [S945] Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman, Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley (Hartford: Connecticut Historical Society, 1952; reprint Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2001), online Ancestry.com, 612-13. Hereinafter cited as Hale, House.
  2. [S1113] J. Hammond Trumbull, editor, The Memorial History of Hartford Connecticut 1633–1884, two volumes (Boston: Edward L. Osgood, 1886), I:239: "William Gbbons was Mr. Wyllles's [early governor of the Connecticut Colony1] steward, and came to Hartford in 1636, with twenty men, t build a house and prepare a garden for his employer." His will mentions "sister Hidgcoke, brother Hidgcoke, and their son, John."
    From this we can assume that William Gibbons's sister, Elizabeth, traveled with him to New England, or, less probably, shortly after him.

    1"George Wyllys or Wyllis (1590 – 9 March 1645) served for a year (1642–1643) as one of the early governors of the Connecticut Colony.
    Born at the manor of Fenny Compton in Warwickshire, England, to Richard and Hester (Chambers) Willis, part of an old, wealthy family. He attended several universities...
    The family emigrated to New England in the early 1630s. By 1634, Wyllys had been appointed an Assistant to the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
    In 1636, Wyllys sent his steward, William Gibbons, to Hartford along with 20 domestics and indentured servants in order to buy land and oversee construction of a house. That house was the largest home of any of Hartford's early settlers and one of the largest in Connecticut. The famous Charter Oak stood on the property." Source: Wikipedia.
  3. [S753] Charles William Manwaring, compiler, A Digest of Early Connecticut Probate Records (Hartford, Conn.: R. S. Peck & Co., Printers, 1904), I:115–16: [Vol. II] Page 82-3-4-5. Gibbons, William, Hartford. Invt. £1499-14-05. Taken 2 December, 1655, by John White, Andrew Bacon, Nathaniel Ward. Will dated 26 February, 1654-5:
    I, William Gibbins, of Hartford, upon ye River of Connecticutt, yeoman, being of perfect memory and soundness of mind, — make and ordayne this my last will & testament :
    Imp. I give unto my wife Ursula Gibbons her full thirds of ye proffitts, rents and revenues of all my houses & Lands in Hartford, Wethersfield & Pequett, during her naturall lyfe, except A prsell of swamp bought of Robert Bates, lying in Wethersfield, & a prcell of Land lying in Pennywise, which I bequeath by this my will as followes:
    As alsoe I give and bequeathe unto my wife Ursula the whole proffits & revenues of ye foresd houses & Landes, viz., the whole of my houses & landes in Wethersfield both of ye East & West side of ye river, untill my daughter Mary Gibbons shall be married or untill shee bee of ye age of eighteen years ; Alsoe the whole of my houses & Landes at Hartford & Pequett, until my daughter Sarah shall bee married or 18 years of age; (and after this age) my will is that my sd wyfe shall yet have Interest in the free and full use of one of the sellers, the Parlor & ye roomes over the Parlor, for & during her naturall life, as also her thirds of ye orchard & Garden, I give to my daughter Mary Gibbons, at her Marriadge or at 18 years of age, the full & sole propriety in all my Houses & Lands in Weathersfield, both on ye East and west side of ye River, to bee to her and her heirs forever. Except the thirds of ye Revenewes or Rents of yt to her mother during her life & ye prsell of Swampe bought of Robt Bates & the Land at Pennywise, wch sd. thirds given to her Mother shall after her decease be to my sd. daughter Mary & her heirs forever.
    Item. I give unto my daughter Sarah Gibbons, at her marridge or when shee shall attayne ye age of 18 years, the full & sole Propriety in all my Houses & Lands at Hartford & Pequett, to bee to her & her heirs forever, except the one thirds of ye profitts & revenewes thereof unto my sd. wife Ursula during her naturall lyfe, & ye Use of ye Seller, the parlor, & ye Roomes above ye Parlor, wch after her decease shall bee to my sd. daughter Sarah & her heirs forever.
    Ite. I give & bequeath unto my daughter Mary one third part & to my daughter Sarah one third & to my wyfe one third of all my Goods, Chattells, debts & other moveables, both within dores & without, my just debts & legesies beeinge discharged. My will is, that the one third part of those foresd goods & debts shall bee to my wyfe's proper use & dispose as her owne propr estate ; And for ye twoe thirds of ye aforesd goods, I give unto my twoe daughters to bee to ym & ye heirs for ever, to bee improved by ye advise of my overseers for ym until they attayne ye foresd age of eighteene years or are maried ; And if Eyther of my sd Daughters depart this lyfe before they bee married or atayne ye age of eighteen years, — then my will is that ye estate given to yt daughter that soe deseaseth shalbee Inioyd by (that) child yt Survives ; & if eyther of ym depart this lyfe after they are Married, & have noe Issue, then ye one halfe of ye estate given to yt sd daughter shalbee to her husband & ye other halfe to my survivinge childe.
    Item. My will further is, that when ye providence of God shall despose of my daughters for marridge, that then they shall consult wth their mother & my overseers herein.
    Item. My will is to give to my brothers Richard, Jon & Thomas Gibbons, in England, twenty shillings a peece, & to ye Children wch are liveinge at my decease lo Shillings apeece.
    Item. I give to my sister Hidgcoke £5 wch shee shal inioy while shee lives & dispose of yt to yt Child shee sees most deserveing. I give to the Children of my sister Hidgcocke wch are liveinge at my decease the sum of £15 to be equally divided amongst ym.
    Item. I give to my bro. Hidgcocke one sute & Coate of weareinge Apparrell.
    Item. I give his son Jno Hidgcocke one prsell of Swampe, about 9 acres, bought of Robt Bates, lieing at Wethersfield, to him & his heirs forever. Item. I give my Land at Pennywise, nowe in ye Tennoe of Jon Sadler, towards the Mayntenance of a Lattin scoole at Hartford provided ye fence be continued in ye same Line & Way of Common fence angle as yt nowe is ; & for ye prsent, until ye Lease I have made to Jno Sadler bee expired, I give out of ye Rent due from Jno Sadler 50 Shillings yearly.
    Item. I give to my honord friend Mr. Samuel Stone £5, & to Mr. Huett of Windsor 40 Shillngs, & to Mr. Warham, Mr, Newton, Mr. James Fitch, Mr. Russell & Mr. Stoe, 20 Shillings apeece. Item. I give to Mr. Samuel Welles & Mrs Mary Welles £5 apece, & to Mr. John Moudy £3.
    Item. I give to my man Isaacke Stiles £3 in case my wyfe & Overseers or any twoe of ym thinke hime deserveing ; and to my man Henry One yearc of his time ; & alsoe I give to ye Artillery in Hartford 40 Shillings ; & for ye time of payment of these foresd. sumes by legacies I leave yt to ye descreeson of my Overseers, wthin 2, 3 or 4 years. Item. I give to my trusty & beloved friends Mr. Samuel ffitch & Richard Lord the sum of £5 apeece, whom I intreat, appoynt & ordayne to bee Overseers & Supervisors of this my last Will & Testament, intreeatenge them to bee carefull & faythfull in descharge of ye Trust comitted to ym.
    Lastly I doe appoynt my beeloved wyfe Ursula Gibbons to bee sole Executrix of this my last Will & Testament, leaveinge & comittinge the Care & Education of my Children in ye feare of God & all such other ways as may most advantage ym as they are capable of. In Witness hereunto I have sette my Hand. I leave ye Care of my comely cristian burial to my wyfe & Overseers.
    William Gibbons.
    Witness: Jasper Gunne, Luke X Hitchcock."
    . Hereinafter cited as Early Conn. Probate Records.
  4. [S1207] Henry M. Burt, The First Century of the History of Springfield (Springfield, Mass.: Henry M. Burt, 1898, 1899), I:45. Mentions Elizabeth, John and Luke Jr. but not Hannah, who would have been 15 or 16 yrs. of age. She marr. Chileab Smith and lived in Hadley so she is presumed to have removed with her mother.
  5. [S165] James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, four volumes (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862), II:428, entry for Luke Hitchcock: "His wid. m. 2 Oct. 1661, William Warriner of Springfield; and next, Joseph Baldwin of Hadley.". Hereinafter cited as First Settlers of New England.
  6. [S329] Mrs. Edward Hitchcock Sr., compiler; Rev. Dwight W. Marsh, editor Genealogy of the Hitchcock Family (Amherst, Mass.: Press of Carpenter & Morehouse, 1894), Descendants of Luke Hitchcock, pp. 203 and following. Hereinafter cited as Genealogy of the Hitchcock Family.