Simon Huntington Jr.
1William Richard Cutter, Genealogical and Family History of Central New York: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a . . ., Vol. 1, p. 57 (1912).
"(II) Simon (2), son of Simon (I) Huntington, was born in England, about 1630, and came to America on the ill-fated voyage with his mother, in 1633. He settled in Norwicg and was a member of Mr. Fitch's church there, and a deacon of the church until 1696, when his sons succeeded him. He was a member of the general assembly in 1674, had a grant of land in 1686, was a townsman in 1690 and 1694. In 1694 he was on a committee to search out and report the deficiencies of the public records. He served on the committee to seat the meeting-house, 1697-1700, and was on a committee to give deeds and fix titles of lands in dispute or with defective title. He married, October, 1653, Sarah, daughter of Joseph Clark, of Windsor, Connecticut. She died 1721, aged eighty-eight. He died at Norwich, June 28, 1706, aged seventy-seven. Children: Sarah, born at Saybrook, August, 1657, married Dr. Solomon Tracy; Mary, born at Saybrook, August, 1657, married ------- Forbes, of Preston; Simon Saybrook, February, 1659, succeeded his father as deacon; Joseph, mentioned below. Born at Norwich: Elizabeth, February 1664, died young; Samuel, March 1, 1665; Elizabeth, October 6, 1666, married Joseph Backus; Nathaniel, July 10, 1672, died young; Daniel, March 13, 1675-76.".