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Daniel T. Rogers(b. 1943) - all my relatives


Ezra Earll

1Charles H. Weygant, Bio. Notes & Gen. Tables Giving . . .Descendants of Ezra Earll and Mary Sabin from . . . Francis Cooke & Richard Warren, pp. 17, 20 (1905).
"EZRA EARLL, son of John Earll, 4th, and his wife Rachel Adams, was born prior to the year 1750, and was married about the year 1770 to MARY SABIN. He was by occupation a farmer, and, as shown by records in the offices of the County Clerk and surrogate, a man of affairs in his own town. By provisions contained in the will of his father be came into possession of about 400 acres of land, together with the sheet of water then called Hazard's Pond, but later Rumsey's Pond, and now known as Cromwell's Lake.
At one period Ezra Earll is said to have lived near the lake, but during the latter part of his life he resided in the house in the village now occupied by Theodore Weygant, one of his great grandsons. It was in this house that Ezra Earll died, without a will, in the year 1806, leaving surviving him his wife and three married daughters.
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1. EZRA EARLL, 1753-1806, and his wife Mary Sabin, 1753-1846, of Highland Mills, Orange County, N. Y., are the parents of:
2. RACHEL EARLL, who married Francis Weygant.
3. SUSANNA EARLL, who married Joseph Weeks..
4. ELEANOR EARLL, who married William Hoag.".

Ensign Ebenezer Sabin

1Rev. Anson Titus, Jr., The Sabin Family of America. Four Generations, NEHGR, Vol. 36, pp. 54-55 (Jan 1882).
"10. EBENEZER3 SABIN (Benjamin,2 William1). Resided in Woodstock; m. Susanna -------. A Susanna Sabin was admitted to "full communion" in Roxbury in June 1696. (Rec. Com. Rep. Roxbury Records, page 102.) He was Ensign in 1700 in expedition against Canada. He d. Sept. 15, 1739. Children:
i. EBENEZER, b. July 8, 1696.
ii. JOSEPH, b. Jan. 23, 1701.
iii. SUSANNA, b. April 5, 1704.
23. iv. JOSHUA, b. May 26, 1706.
v. MEHITABLE, b. July 21, 1711; d. May 19, 1739.
vi. SETH, b. Oct. 21, 1714.".


1Inscriptions in the Wappaquians Burial Ground, Pomfret, Conn., 1723-1861, NEHGR, Vol. 73, p. 119 (Apr. 1919)
Here lies y.
"Here lies ye body of Mrs Susanna Sabin wife of Ensign Ebenezer Sabin, She died January 18 1741 In the 62 year of her Age."

Documents her death date.

Benjamin Sabin

1C. H. Weygant, Bio. Notes & Gen. Tables Giving . . .Descendants of Ezra Earll and Mary Sabin from . . . Francis Cooke & Richard Warren, p. 18 (1905).
"BENJAMIN SABIN, son of the above mentioned William Sabin, was born May 3, 1646. He resided at Rehoboth until 1675, when he removed to Roxbury, Mass. He was one of the thirteen pioneers who settled Woodstock, Conn., in 1686. During the same year he joined with several others in the purchase of a large tract of land, lying just north of Woodstock, which is the site of the present town of Pomfret. He was married, first, to Sarah Polly, daughter of John and Rebecca Polly, of Roxbury, Mass., who was born on June 2, 1650. On July 5, 1678, he was married to his second wife, Sarah Parker, who died June 22, 1717. JOHN POLLY mentions in his will "the four motherless children of our daughter Sabin," and provides that they have their mother's share of his estate. Benjamin Sabin died at Pomfret, July 21, 1727, aged 80 years.
In several reports made by Richard, the Earl of Belmont, Governor of the Colony of New York, to the Lords Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, in 1699, he refers to important information received from Benjamin Sabin and Rev. Me. Dwight of Woodstock, Conn., concerning a contemplated Indian uprising, which they claimed was "being stirred up by the Governor of Canada and his Jesuits.".".