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Subject: [MAFRANKL] TAINTOR, Michael - Descendants of (Part 1 of 3)
Date: Sat, 8 Dec 2001 11:27:04 EST


FIRST GENERATION
1. Michael TAINTOR Jr.. Genealogies of Hadley Families, Embracing the Early
Settlers of the Towns of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Compiled
Sylvester Judd, published in 1905. p. 52.
of Colchester, Mass.

Vanished Pioneer Homes and Families of Shelburne, Massachusetts, by Leila
Stone Bardwell. Published by the Shelburne Historical Society, 1974. p. 36a
of Colchester.

He was married to Eunice FOOTE (daughter of Nathaniel FOOTE and Margaret
BLISS) on December 3, 1712.1 Eunice FOOTE was born on May 10, 1694 in
Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut.2 Michael TAINTOR Jr. and Eunice FOOTE
had the following children:
+2 i. Eunice TAINTOR (born on April 13, 1717).
+3 ii. Michael TAINTOR (born on December 31, 1719).
4 iii. Charles TAINTOR was born on February 8, 1723.3 He died on
March 16, 1807 in Colchester, New London, Connecticut.4
5 iv. John TAINTOR was born on July 23, 1725.5
+6 v. Mary TAINTOR (born on November 6, 1727).
7 vi. Prudence TAINTOR was born on December 9, 1729.6
8 vii. Sarah TAINTOR was born on April 3, 1731.7
9 viii. Anna TAINTOR was born on October 21, 1734.8 She died on
January 31, 1755 in Colchester, New London, Connecticut.9

SECOND GENERATION
2. Eunice TAINTOR was born on April 13, 1717 in Colchester, New London,
Connecticut.10 She died on November 17, 1842 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.11
She was married to Dea. Aaron SKINNER.12 Eunice TAINTOR and Dea. Aaron
SKINNER had the following children:
+10 i. Lydia SKINNER.
+11 ii. Jared SKINNER (born on November 8, 1751).
+12 iii. Eli SKINNER (born on July 30, 1760).
+13 iv. Amasa SKINNER (born on March 16, 1762).

3. Michael TAINTOR was born on December 31, 1719 in Windsor, Berkshire,
Massachusetts.13,14 He died on November 26, 1748 in Colchester, New London,
Connecticut.15
Vanished Pioneer Homes and Families of Shelburne, Massachusetts, by Leila
Stone Bardwell. Published by the Shelburne Historical Society, 1974. p. 37a
of Colchester, Conn.

He was married to Lydia LOOMIS about 1743 in Colchester, New London,
Connecticut.16,17 Lydia LOOMIS was born on September 15, 1722.18 Michael
TAINTOR and Lydia LOOMIS had the following children:
+14 i. Charles TAINTOR (born on April 16, 1787).

6. Mary TAINTOR was born on November 6, 1727.19 Vital Records of Shelburne,
Massachusetts - to the End of the Year 1849, Published by The Essex
Institute, Salem, Mass. 1931. p.133.
of Colchester
She was married to Col. David WELLS (son of Noah WELLS and Sarah WYATT) on
January 19, 1749.20,21 Col. David WELLS was born on September 20, 1723 in ,
, Connecticut.22 He died on January 10, 1814 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.23 Vital Records of Greenfield, Massachusetts to the Year
1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass. 1915. p. 132.
Served in the revolutionary army. Mary TAINTOR and Col. David WELLS had
the following children:

+15 i. David WELLS (born on May 3, 1750).
16 ii. Patience WELLS was born on August 12, 1752 in , , Connecticut.24
She died on August 26, 1775 in Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.25 She was
buried in Old North Cemetery, Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.26
17 iii. Noah WELLS was born on October 5, 1753 in , , Connecticut.27
18 iv. Mary WELLS was born on December 12, 1754.28
+19 v. Lucinda WELLS (born on February 10, 1758).
20 vi. Israel WELLS was born on March 15, 1761 in , , Connecticut.29 He
died on January 24, 1849 in Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.30,31 Vital
Records of Shelburne, Massachusetts - to the End of the Year 1849, Published
by The Essex Institute, Salem, Mass. 1931. p. 185.
Paralysis Vital Records of Greenfield, Massachusetts to the
Year 1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass. 1915. p.
295.
A soldier of the Revolution
+21 vii. Eunice WELLS (born on May 12, 1764).
+22 viii. Capt. William WELLS (born on January 27, 1767).

THIRD GENERATION
10. Lydia SKINNER.
She was married to Maj. Benjamin NASH (son of Daniel NASH and Abigail) on
January 1, 1778 in Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.32,33,34,35 Maj.
Benjamin NASH was born on July 3, 1750 in South Hadley, Hampshire,
Massachusetts.36,37 He died on June 17, 1797 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.38,39,40,41 Genealogies of Hadley Families, Embracing the
Early Settlers of the Towns of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby,
Compiled Sylvester Judd, published in 1905. p. 103.
Removed from South Hadley to Shelburne, Mass.
Vanished Pioneer Homes and Families of Shelburne, Massachustts, by Leila
Stone Bardwell. Published by the Shelburne Historical Society, 1974. p. 8
Removed from Hadley, Mass. to Shelburne, Mass. Lydia SKINNER and Maj.
Benjamin NASH had the following children:
23 i. Benjamin NASH was born on October 3, 1778 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.42,43
24 ii. Robert Oscar NASH was born on December 10, 1779 in Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.44
+25 iii. Laura NASH (born on October 12, 1783).
26 iv. Lydia NASH was born on December 10, 1779 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.45

11. Jared SKINNER was born on November 8, 1751 in Colchester, New London,
Connecticut.46,47 Vanished Pioneer Homes and Families of Shelburne,
Massachusetts, by Leila Stone Bardwell. Published by the Shelburne
Historical Society, 1974. p. 29a
Moved to Shelburne, held town office; removed to Waitsfield, Vt., in 1795
The Nims Family - Seven Generations of Descendants from Godfrey Nims -
Elizabeth C. Suddaby, Editor, compiled by Susan S. Oathout, John H. Schultz,
Elizabeth C. Suddaby for the Nims Family Association, 1990, P.O. Box 99,
Deerfield, MA 01342, published by Southern Historical Press, Inc., P. O. Box
1267, Greenville, SC 29602 - 1267. p. 109
Revolutionary War Soldier. He mustered in on January 8, 1777 with Capt.
John Wells to serve at the garrison at Ticonderoga. He was discharged on
April 1, 1777. When he enlisted again it was as a Sergeant in Capt. James
Walworth's company that went to New London, Ct. He entered on July 22 and
was discharged August 27, 1779. For hsi service he received a pension of $24
per year. In his pension application there were other episodes of service
including an enlistment in August 1776 when he went to Quaker Hill and built
a breastwork and then marched with General Washington to White Plains.
The Skinner family removed from Shelburne, Mass. in 1796 to Waitsfield, Vt.
Jared acted as town treasurer in Waitfield in1798 and 1803 and selectman in
1797, 1799, 1800.
He was married to Abigail NIMS (daughter of Daniel NIMS and Charity CHILDS)
on November 18, 1779 in Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.48,49 Abigail
NIMS was born on April 29, 1758 in Deerfield, Franklin,
Massachusetts.50,51,52 She died on March 11, 1831 in Waitsfield, Washington,
Vermont.53 Jared SKINNER and Abigail NIMS had the following children:
27 i. Clarissa SKINNER was born on August 26, 1780 in Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.54,55 She died on February 27, 1786 in Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.56,57
28 ii. Clarissa SKINNER was born on March 13, 1786 in Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.58 The Nims Family - Seven Generations of
Descendants from Godfrey Nims - Elizabeth C. Suddaby. p. 109
Date listed as: Feb. 27, 1786.
+29 iii. Lovina SKINNER (born on January 31, 1783).
30 iv. Orrinor Orson SKINNER was born on October 29, 1787 in Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.59,60 He died on February 20, 1867 in Waitsfield,
Washington, Vermont.61

12. Eli SKINNER was born on July 30, 1760 in Colchester, New London,
Connecticut.62 Vanished Pioneer Homes and Families of Shelburne,
Massachusetts, by Leila Stone Bardwell. Published by the Shelburne
Historical Society, 1974. p. 30a
Settled in Shelburne, removed to Waitsfield, Vt. in 1794. Rev. Sol.
The Nims Family - Seven Generations of Descendants from Godfrey Nims -
Elizabeth C. Suddaby, Editor, compiled by Susan S. Oathout, John H. Schultz,
Elizabeth C. Suddaby for the Nims Family Association, 1990, P.O. Box 99,
Deerfield, MA 01342, published by Southern Historical Press, Inc., P. O. Box
1267, Greenville, SC 29602 - 1267. p. 110 -111.
Eli Skinner enlisted as Fifer for Capt. Agrippa Wells' company in May 1775
and served at Prospect Hill outside of Boston until December. He servedagain
as Fifer for Capt. John Wells from December 23, 1776 to April 1, 1777 at
Ticonderoga. For his service, Eli received a pension of $34 per year.
Left Shelburne in 1795 to resetttle in Waitsfield, Vt. He served as town
treasurer in 1804 and 1805. About 1835, he removed with his second wife,
Eleanor, and some of his children to Gourvenour, N.Y. Still later he moved
on to Illinois where he died.
He was married to Lucinda NIMS (daughter of Daniel NIMS and Charity CHILDS)
on August 28, 1783 in Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.63,64,65 Lucinda
NIMS was born on November 14, 1763 in Deerfield, Franklin,
Massachusetts.66,67 She died on June 25, 1807 in Waitsfield, Washington,
Vermont.68 Eli SKINNER and Lucinda NIMS had the following children:
31 i. Charles (twin) SKINNER was born on July 7, 1784 in Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.69 He Baptized on May 25, 1793.70
32 ii. Daniel SKINNER was born on March 2, 1786 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.71 He died on March 9, 1877 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.72
33 iii. Lixa SKINNER was born on June 6, 1788 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.73 She Baptized on May 25, 1793.74 She died on June 19, 1806
in Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.75
34 iv. Joel SKINNER was born on June 26, 1790 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.76 He Baptized on May 25, 1793.77
+35 v. Charity SKINNER (born on July 19, 1792).
36 vi. Lydia SKINNER was born on June 2, 1795.78
+37 vii. Lucinda SKINNER (born on August 5, 1797).
+38 viii. Eunice SKINNER (born on January 2, 1800).
39 ix. David SKINNER was born on September 30, 1804.79
40 x. Oliver Lovejoy SKINNER was born on September 12, 1809.80

13. Amasa SKINNER was born on March 16, 1762 in Colchester, New London,
Connecticut.81 Vanished Pioneer Homes and Families of Shelburne,
Massachusetts, by Leila Stone Bardwell. Published by the Shelburne
Historical Society, 1974. p. 30a
Removed to Waitsfeild, Mass. 10 children.
He was married to Salome BUSHNELL on March 13, 1788 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.82,83 Amasa SKINNER and Salome BUSHNELL had the following
children:
41 i. Horace SKINNER was born on October 11, 1789 in Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.84

14. Charles TAINTOR was born on April 16, 1787 in Orford, Grafton, New
Hampshire.85 He died on June 16, 1864 in Colchester, New London,
Connecticut.86 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The
Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 120.
of Shelburne, Mass.
He was married to Phebe Hubbard WELLS on April 2, 1810 in Montague, Franklin,
Massachusetts.87,88,89 Phebe Hubbard WELLS was born in 1786.90 She died on
June 5, 1848 in Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.91 Vital Records of
Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex
Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 120.
of Shelburne, Mass. Charles TAINTOR and Phebe Hubbard WELLS had the
following children:
42 i. Mary TAINTOR was born on June 18, 1811 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.92 She died on November 17, 1842 in Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.93
43 ii. Harriet Emeline TAINTOR was born on September 2, 1812 in
Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.94 She died on October 18, 1847 in
Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.95
+44 iii. Charles M. TAINTOR (born on December 4, 1817).
45 iv. David Wells TAINTOR was born on August 4, 1822 in Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.96
46 v. Henry TAINTOR was born on November 22, 1831 in Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.97 He died on October 26, 1832 in Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.98

15. David WELLS was born on May 3, 1750 in , , Connecticut.99 He died on
May 23, 1816 in Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.100 He was buried in Old
North Cemetery, Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.101
He was married to Phebe.102 Phebe died on March 21, 1786 in Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.103 She was buried in Old North Cemetery, Shelburne,
Franklin, Massachusetts.104 David WELLS and Phebe had the following
children:
47 i. Phebe WELLS was born about 1784.105 She died on February 6, 1785
in Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.106 She was buried in Old North
Cemetery, Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.107
He was married to Ruth.108 Ruth was born in 1755.109 She died on July 16,
1840 in Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.110 Vital Records of Shelburne,
Massachusetts - to the End of the Year 1849, Published by The Essex
Institute, Salem, Mass. 1931. p. 185.
Fits. She was buried in Old North Cemetery, Shelburne, Franklin,
Massachusetts.111

19. Lucinda WELLS was born on February 10, 1758 in Colchester, New London,
Connecticut.112,113 She died on April 21, 1814 in Gill, Franklin,
Massachusetts.114,115
She was married to George GOODRICH (son of David GOODRICH and Sarah EDWARDS)
on March 9, 1783 in Gill, Franklin, Massachusetts.116,117 George GOODRICH
was born on August 24, 1751 in Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut.118,119,120
He died on August 16, 1843 in Gill, Franklin, Massachusetts.121,122 The
National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume 12, p.
216.
George Goodrich served in the Burgoyne campaign, and was at the surrender
at Saratoga.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume 155.
George Goodrich served as sergeant in the Connecticut troops. Lucinda
WELLS and George GOODRICH had the following children:

48 i. George GOODRICH was born on May 28, 1784 in Gill, Franklin,
Massachusetts.123,124 He died on May 5, 1814 in Gill, Franklin,
Massachusetts.125 Died in the South
+49 ii. David Wells GOODRICH (born on September 10, 1785).
+50 iii. Alfred GOODRICH (born on April 27, 1787).
51 iv. Charles GOODRICH was born on February 16, 1789 in Gill, Franklin,
Massachusetts.126,127 He died in 1812.128 Died in the South
+52 v. John Taintor GOODRICH (born on November 3, 1790).
53 vi. William GOODRICH was born on March 29, 1793 in Gill, Franklin,
Massachusetts.129 He died on May 5, 1814 in Gill, Franklin,
Massachusetts.130
+54 vii. Lucinda GOODRICH (born on March 17, 1795).
55 viii. Laura GOODRICH was born on February 18, 1797 in Gill,
Franklin, Massachusetts.131,132 She died on April 2, 1876.133
+56 ix. Mary GOODRICH (born on January 23, 1799).
57 x. Ralph GOODRICH was born on March 26, 1801 in Gill, Franklin,
Massachusetts.134,135 He died on October 24, 1802 in Gill, Franklin,
Massachusetts.136,137
58 xi. Ralph Edwards GOODRICH was born on February 2, 1805 in Gill,
Franklin, Massachusetts.138,139 He died on March 30, 1814 in Gill, Franklin,
Massachusetts.140


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