Joseph Finch

Male Abt 1677 -

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  • Name Joseph Finch 
    Born Abt 1677 
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I3160  Petersen-de Lanskoy
    Last Modified 12 Jan 2015 

    Family Abigail Rundle,   b. Abt 1681, Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Abt 1700  Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2015 
    Family ID F30  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
      1. FHL book 929.273 R871rg "Ancestry of Long Island and Greenwich 1667-1992," by Rundall, Austin, Brownhill, Parker (poorly punctuated), pp. 517-518:
      "Abigail (Rundle/Rundall) Finch 2, William Rundle Sr. 1.
      Resided: Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT; may have removed to Westchester Co., NY with husband.
      Born: ca 1681, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.
      Parents: William Rundle / Abigail Mills wf 2.
      Married: ca 1700 to Jonathan Finch, born about 1679; granted, Aug. 23 1700 parcel of land in Town of Greenwich (pg. 549 Mead); parents: Joseph Finch / Elizabeth Austin
      Religion: "May 31, 1731 following inhabitants residing in northeasterly part of the town served notice on the Horseneck Society, now 2nd Cong. Ch., of their intention to withdraw... and form the Stanwich Society... Jonathan Finch..."
      Children (Finch)3:
      1) Nathan, b. 1718, Greenwich, d. 1803.
      2) Abigail, m. Charles Green.
      3) ?Jonathan.
      1. Finch Family Association Bulletins #1-13 pg. 6: "Jonathan Jr." pg. 32: Abigail dr. of Jonathan & Abigall m. Charles Green." pg. 46: "(5) Joseph (Finch) Conveyes to son Jonathan Jan. 31, 1711/12. Letters of Administration granted to son Joseph and Jonathan Jan. 3, 1714. Inventory taken by Thomas Marshall & Caleb Knapp & filed Jan. 3, 1714/15. Agreement between his children dated Feb. 2, 1714/15, Joseph, Samuel, Jonathan, Benjamin, Elizabeth Whitney, Sarah Finch, & sons-in-law Joseph Reynolds & Jonathan Mead. Wit. David Reynolds & Robert Lockwood." pg. 73: "Nathan - 53 (Jonathan & Abigail Rundle)."
      2. "Ye Historie Ye Greenwich." See William 1. pg. 457: "Landowners. 'Jonathan Finch, Aug. 23, 1700, granted a parcel of land.' 'Joseph, 1711 and 1713, deeded lands to his sons, Joseph and Jonathan." pg. 545: Abraham Finch was born in County York, England, about 1585 and probably came to New England with Governor Winthrop in 1630. He settled first at Watertown, MA; removed to Wethersfield, CT in 1634 where he died, probably in 1638. His children were: Abraham, John, Daniel, and perhaps David. Abraham Finch was killed by the Indians in 1637 at Wethersfield, John removed to Stamford, CT in 1641 and died there Sep. 5, 1657."
      3. "Families of Old Fairfield," vol. 1. See Anne 1-10-"3-8. Appendix pg. 718-20: "Finch. It is the writer's belief that Abraham (1) is fictitious; that Abraham (2) who was killed by the Indians was son of Daniel; and that Abraham (3) and Abraham (4) are identical. The conventional pedigree above is built on a single record; for in 1640, in records of the estate of Abraham (2), who left an only son Abraham (3), the Child's grandfather, erroneously called Abraham, offered to educate it. The child's grand-father should have been called Daniel." There are further reasons given in explanation as to why Jacobus believes the above."