Timothy Hall or HealdAbt 1642 - 1689 (~ 47 years)
Name Timothy Hall or Heald Born Abt 1642 Gender Male Died 26 Jul 1689 Suffield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States Person ID I2188 Petersen-de Lanskoy Last Modified 13 Jan 2015
Family Sarah Barber, c. 19 Jul 1646, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States , d. Aft 1680, Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States (Age ~ 35 years) Married 26 Nov 1663 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States Last Modified 22 Oct 2015 Family ID F1142 Group Sheet | Family Chart
1. FHL book 929.273 B233bd, "The Connecticut Barbers, A Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas Barber of Windsor, Connecticut," 2nd Ed., Donald S. Barber: "Sarah Barber, bapt. 19 Jul 1646 at Windsor; md. Windsor 26 Nov 1663 Timothy Hale, b. about 1642, d. Suffield, CT, 26 Jul 1689, probably son of John and Dorothy (Royle) Heald of Concord and Springfield, MA. John Heald came from Berwick-upon-Tweed, Cheshire, Eng. to Concord, MA. It is also possible that Timothy was son of Thomas and Jane (Lord) Hale of Hartford. Timothy and Sarah lived at Windsor and Suffield. (Sources: Barbour Index; Hale, House; Correso: Angela Cosby.) children of Sarah and Timothy:
a. Sarah Hale, b. 9 Apr or Aug 1665; m. John Rising, b. Salem, MA, 1660, son of James and Elizabeth (Hinsdate) Rising, res. Suffield. they had 9 children. A son of Sarah and John, John Rising, was taken as a child from Deerfield, MA, during the Deerfield Massacre in 1704, and brought to Canada. he married another English captive there in 1715, and they had a large family that married into the French community there.
b. Timothy Hale, b. 12 Dec 1667; m. Hannah Barber, dau. of John Barber, Jr. and Joanna Miller of Springfield. This Springfield John Barber family was not related to the Windsor Barbers.
c. John Hale, b. 24 Aug 1670; d. Windsor 1708/9.
d. Thomas Hale, b. 26 Aug 1672; m. (1) Experience Burt; m. (2) Mrs. Abigail (Warner) Ferry; res. Springfield (Longmeadow).
e. Samuel Hale, b. 3 Jan 1673/4; d. Suffield 1748, unmarried.
f. Daughter, b. 28 Nov 1675, d. young.
g. Josias Hale, b. 22 Sep 1678; m. (1) 1705 Sarah Harmon; m. (2) Hannah (Seymour) Pomeroy; res. Suffield.
h. Hannah Hale, b. 24 Sep 1680; m. John Remington, res. Suffield.
2. Henry R. Stiles, "The History and Genealogies of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut," 1892, v. 2, p. 3.63: "Timothy Hall (Sheldon 'Doc. History Suffield' says this is written 'Hale' in Suffield Record), m. Sarah (dau. of Thomas) Barber, 26 Nov 1663 (Old Church Record); had the east half of his father-in-law's lot, upon which he built. The lot extends across Pleasant St. to the Hillyer lot, and he added at the N. end the orig. Humphrey Hyde's lot lying N. of Pleasant St., making the Hall lot to bd. E. on Silver St. He was adm. to Windsor Church 28 Apr 1672 (O.C.R.); his wife owned the Half-Way Cov't at Windsor 5 Jul 1668. (O.C.R.) He contributed 5s. to the Conn. Relief Fund for the Poor of other Colonies, 1676. Abt. 1679 he sold this place to Job (s. of John, Jr.) Drake and removed to Suffield, where his house was on High St., and where he d. 1689. The name (as Hale) has until a short time been common in Suffield. Children (born in Windsor. - O.C.R.):
A. Sarah, b. 23 Apr (O.C.R.), 9 Aug 1665 ('Col. Rec.').
B. Timothy, b. 12 Dec 1667.
C. John, b. 24 Aug 1670.
D. Thomas, b. 26 Aug 1672.
E. Samuel, b. 3 Jan 1673.
F. ___, dau. b. 28 Nov 1675, bp. 5 Dec, d. acc. to O.C.R., bef. 1678.
G. Josias, b. 22 Sep, bp. 29, 1678.
H. (Prob. the Hannah, dau. of Timothy Haile of Windsor, bp. here 28 Mar 1683 ['Westfield Ch. Rec.'} was another daughter of his family.)"
1. Timothy Heald or Hall does not appear in the following database per the Internet 6 Jul 2008 at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kathycamp/Inscriptions/Page043.htm: Suffield, Hartford County, Connecticut Headstone Inscriptions 1660-1937. This list of inscriptions, town of Suffield, was copied in 1934, under the auspices of the F.E.R.A. and the W.P.A. sponsored by the Connecticut State Library, as compiled under the supervision of Charles R. Hale, State Military Necrologist, assisted by Miss Mary H. Babin, Secretary. Hartford, Connecticut, December 1937.