Tuesday, February 28, 2012

The Glynn Family of New England

Sir David Glenne (Glynn) (Generation 1)
Belted Scottish Knight, of Ayrshire, Scotland (Mackintosh Clan/Tartan) (JEB)

Sir David Glenny (Glennie) a belted knight who resided in Ayrshire, Scotland around 1600.  The Glennys were connected with the Earl of Cassilis (Marquess of Ailsa's) Family.  Sir David Glenny removed to Armagh, Northern Ireland and later to Glenville (now Glenvale) named for him, near Newry/Neury, during the 1st Ulster Plantation.  (JEB)
David Glenny  arrived in Massachusetts,  March 28, 1630.
*** Special Notation ***
I’m not clear on where the above reference came from but the date would indicate that he arrived in Massachusetts as part of the Winthrop Fleet … The Winthrop Society’s reference material does not indicate a Glenne as part of the Winthrop Fleet in 1630 …    

__________  Glenne Glynn (Generation 2)
son of David Glenne and ________________

William Glynn (Generation 3)
son of ___________ Glenne/Glynn and _________________
William Glenny -3 had a brother Isaac Glenny-3 (UR)
b. 1703, Ireland (Ancestry.com)
m. MARY ______________________

Children of William Glynn and Mary___________________:
William Glenne, c. May 14, 1732, Wakefield, Massachusetts (VR)
      (Church Record, Congregational Church, Wakefield, Massachusetts) (VR)
       Married: Mary Jane Swanzy
JOHN GLYNN (SEE: Generation 4)
Isaac Glynn/Glenny (1697-1770)
       Married: __________ Brown
Mary Glenne, c. July 4, 1736, Wakefield (Middlesex) Massachusetts (VR)
      (Church Record, Congregational Church, Wakefield, Massachusetts (VR)
       Married: Samuel Brown, March 26, 1756, Hollis (Hillsborough) New Hampshire

John Glynn (Generation 4)
JOHN GLENE (VR/Marriage)
Son of William Glynn and Mary ______________
Revolutionary War Patriot, Massachusetts/Private (DAR)

John Glenne of Dunstable, Massachusetts, Private, list of men serving on main guard under Major Loammi Baldwin’s Company, Col. Ebenezer Bridge’s (27th Regiment): Muster Roll dated August 1, 1775; enlisted: June 8, 1775, service on month, twenty-six deays; also company returned September 25, 1775; also order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated at Cambridge, Massachusetts, December 14, 1775. (SSM)

John Glinney is shown on the 1790/Westmoreland, New Hampshire Census
John Glynn is shown on the 1790/Tyngsborough (Middlesex) Massachusetts Census
John Glynn (Marriage Intention to Thankful Adams) indicates of Dunstable, Massachusetts
John Glynn is cousin to Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams (AFM)
b. 1728 (DAR/Index)
    April 6, 1728, Lynn, Massachusetts (Isaac/DAR Papers)
    April 30, 1730, Lynn, Massachusetts (Ancestry.com)
c. May 5, 1734, Wakefield, Massachusetts (VR)
   (Church Record, Congregational Church, Wakefield, Massachusetts)
d. 1800 (DAR/Index)
    1817, Springfield, Massachusetts (Isaac/DAR Papers)
    December 12, 1817, Springfield, Vermont (Ancestry.com)
     Thankfull Adams (VR/Birth)
     Thankfull Addams (VR/Marriage)
     March 29, 1751, Westford, Massachusetts (VR)
     Daughter of Samuel Adams and Elizabeth Butterfield (VR)
             (Henry-1, Thomas-2, Timothy-3, Timothy-4, Samuel-5, Thankful Adams-6)
             (Benjamin-1, Benjamin-2, Joseph-3, Benjamin-4, Elizabeth-5, Thankful Adams-6)
     b. November 4, 1729, Westford, Massachusetts (VR)
     d. 1815, Londonderry, Vermont (Isaac/DAR Papers)

Children on John Glynn and Thankful Adams:
John Glynn, b. July 8, 1751, Westford (Middlesex) Massachusetts (VR)
     Revolutionary War Patriot
Sarah Glynn, b. September 14, 1755, Westford, Massachusetts  d. 1755 (VR)
Sarah Glynn, b. November 12, 1757, Westford (Middlesex) Massachusetts (VR)
     m. Nehemiah Howe, June 27, 1775, Westford (Middlesex) Massachusetts
William Glynn, b. August 18, 1759, Westford, (Middlesex) Massachusetts (VR)
     m. Mary Green – Revolutionary War Patriot, Lieutenant/Connecticut (DAR)
ISAAC GLYNN (SEE: Generation 5)
Mary Glynn, b. September 14, 1763, Westford, Massachusetts (VR)
     m. John Fox, December 1, 1785, Londonderry (Windham) Vermont (VR)
James Glynn, b. October 8, 1769 Westford (Middlesex) Massachusetts
     m. (1) Polly Amsbury, June 16, 1791, Westmoreland (Cheshire) New Hampshire
     m. (2) Rachel Daggett, February 5, 1816, Chester (Windsor) Vermont
               daughter of Joseph Daggett and Rachel Wilson of Westmoreland, NH
Joseph Glynn
Pheobe Glynn, b. July 10, 1778, Westford (Middlesex) Massachusetts
     m. Stephen Otis Jr., February 27, 1797, Dummerston (Windham) Vermont
          (Family invented the passenger elevator: Otis Elevator Company)
Elizabeth Glynn

Isaac Glynn (Generation 5)
ISAAC GLYNNE (Court Records/VR)
Son of John Glynn and Thankful Adams
Revolutionary War Patriot, Massachusetts/Sergeant (DAR)

Isaac Glenny, was the youngest recorded soldier in the Revolutionary War at the age of thirteen years.  He found at Bunker Hill, Boston and Saratoga, Long Island, Yorktown with General Sulliavan at the Mohawk Valley Campaign under General Lafayette. (DAR Papers)

Isaac Glenna, of Westford, Massachusetts, list of men in the Continental Army from Captain Fletcher’s Company, Col. Jonathan Reed’s Company (6th Middlesex Regiment) as returned to Brig. General Prescott, dated Littleton, Massachusetts, September 17, 1777, residence at Westford, Massachusetts, joined Captain Ballard’s Company, Col. Alden’s Company, term of three years. (Soldier’s & Sailor’s of Massachusetts)

Isaac Glenny, Sergeant (7th Massachusetts Regiment) served six years, three months, ten days, discharged on June 1783, papers signed by George Washington, honored with Badge of Merit for six years of faithful service. (DAR/Papers)

Isaac Glynn was born in Westford, Massachusetts, he came to Springfield from Tyngsborough, Massachusetts in 1807 and settled on the highest farm on the hill, a mile west of the farm now owned by Jonas Glynn (1895) … He was a cooper by trade. In 1775 he enlisted in the Revolutionary Army, was at the Battle of Bunker Hill and served throughout the war . He married Sarah Nutting and had thirteen children …

b.  July 7 1761, Westford (Middlesex) Massachusetts (DAR/Papers)
     July 8, 1761, Westford (Middlesex) Massachusetts (VR)
d.  December 30, 1835, Springfield, Vermont (DAR/Papers)
     buried at the Summer Hill Cemetery, Springfield, Vermont (VR)
     SALLY NUTTING (VR/Marriage)
     October 24, 1785, Westford (Middlesex) Massachusetts (VR)
     Daughter of John Nutting and Hannah Reed (VR)
     Sarah Nutting living with Sophronia in 1850 Haverhill (Grafton) NH
     b. December 23, 1767, Westford (Middlesex) Massachusetts (VR)
     d. October 27, 1852, Springfield, Vermont (VR)
         November 27, 1852, North Haverhill, Massachusetts (DAR/Papers)
         Buried at Summer Hill Cemetery, Springfield, Vermont (VR)

Children of Isaac Glynn and Sarah/Salley Nutting:
Benjamin Glynn, d. March 2, 1786, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
Benjamin Glynn, b. September 26, 1786 in Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
      m. Patty Johnson, May 8, 1808, Rockingham (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
      m. Martha Johnson, May 8, 1808, Rockingham (Windsor) Vermont (Genforum)
Sally Glynn, b. June 6, 1788, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
      m. Justin Fletcher, April 2, 1806, Tyngsborough (Middlesex) Massachusetts (VR)
Lucinda Glynn, b. January 17, 1791, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
      m. Nehemiah Chase, April 1, 1810, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
Polly Glynn, b. November 26, 1793, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
Samuel Adams Glynn, b. April 29, 1797, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
      m. Hannah Lockwood, September 3, 1818, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
           Daughter of Henry Lockwood and Esther Smith
           Sister of Ada Lockwood who married Thomas Reed Glynn
                (SEE: The Lockwood Family of New England)
Joseph Perham Glynn, b. January 24, 1799, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
       m. Nancy Lockwood, October 24, 1819, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
            Daughter of Henry Lockwood and Esther Smith
            Sister of Ada Lockwood who married Thomas Reed Glynn
Isaac Glynn, b. November 26, 1800, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)  
            c. June 28, 1801, Tyngsborough, Massachusetts (VR)
            m. Sarah ____________ (Genforum.com)
Sophronia Glynn, b. July, 17, 1802, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
            d. 1804, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
James Glynn, b. August 1, 1804, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
            m. Olive Bemis, November 18, 1824, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
Sophronia Glynn, b.  June 26, 1806, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
            c. October 7, 1804, Tyngsborough, Massachusetts (VR)
            m. Abner Palmer (Genforum.com)
John Glynn, b. November 9, 1810, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
            d. August 24, 1812, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
                Buried at Summer Hill Cemetery, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)

Thomas Reed Glynn (Generation 6)
Son of Isaac Glynn and Sarah Nutting
b. April 5, 1795, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont
d. Septebmer 28, 1870, Chester (Windsor) Vermont  (VR) (VVK)
c. May 19, 1795, Tyngsborough (Middlesex) Massachusetts (VR)
     May 4, 1812, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR) (VVK)
     Daughter of Henry Lockwood and Esther Smith, married 1785 at Springfield, VT.
     Her sister Nancy Lockwood married brother, Joseph Perham Glynn
     Her sister Hannah Lockwood married brother, Samuel Adams Glynn
     b. May 1, 1797, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
     d. 1870 (VVK)

Children of Thomas Reed Glynn and Ada Lockwood
John Glynn, b. September 30, 1812, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
     m. Nancy S. Phelps, August 31, 1842
William Glynn, b. April 18, 1816, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (GenForum.com)
Sarah Nutting Glynn, b. December 30, 1817, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
Esther S. Glynn, b. March 25, 1820, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
Lucy Glynn, b. April 22, 1822, Springfield (Windsor) Vermont (GenForum.com)
     ***Lucy Glynn, daughter of Thomas Glynn and wife, adopted by Stephen and Sarah
     Taylor of Springfield (Windsor) Vermont  (Springfield VR, Page 87)
ISAAC GLYNN (SEE: Generation 7)
Jane Glynn, b. December 1, 1825, Chester (Windsor) Vermont
Sophronia Glynn, b. April 4, 1828
     m. Alonzo S. Gilbert, Harnessmaker
Lucinda Glynn, b. November 28, 1830, Vermont
Achsah Glynn, b. April 28, 1833, Vermont
Alzina E. Glynn, b. December 14, 1835, Vermont
      m. Joseph Hardy, September 2, 1852, Haverhill (Grafton) New Hampshire
Horace C. Glynn, b. @1845 (VR) (VVK)

     ***The Vital Records of Springfield (Windsor) Vermont, provided by (VVK) Vivian 
     Viola Kill/Researcher indicates the following information from a marriage certificate:
     Horace C. Glynn, Occupation: Farmer. Residence of Groom: Chester, Vermont, Age: 25.
     Parents: Thomas and Ada Glynn … This information places Horace’s birth at
     approximately 1845, this would place his parents (father at 50, mother at 48)
     m. Rosalind R. Roudy (UR)

Isaac Glynn (Generation 7)
Son of Thomas Reed Glynn and Ada Lockwood
b.  August 26, 1823, Chester (Windsor) Vermont (VR)
     (other references indicate Springfield (Windsor) Vermont)
d.  May 17, 1902, South Rockingham (Windham) Vermont (VR)
     September 18, 1845, Chester, Vermont (VR)
     Daughter of Cyrus Locke and Randilla Thayer (Ancestry.com)
     Granddaughter of William Thayer and Susannah Lincoln (Ancestry.com)
     b. January 25, 1824, Rockingham, Vermont (VR)
        (other references indicate Springfield (Windsor) Vermont
     d. January 9, 1896
         SEE: THE LOCKE FAMILY OF NEW ENGLAND (Gary Posson Glynn)
         (William-1, William-2, Ebenezer-3, Joshua-4, Ebenezer-5, Ebenezer-6, Cyrus Locke-7)

Children of Isaac Glynn and Eliza/Elizabeth Marie Locke:
Charles Frederick Glynn, b. October 15, 1846 Rockingham (Windham) Vermont
      m. Georgie Mitchel, 1866
Mary Eliza Glynn, b. June 27, 1848, Rockingham (Windham) Vermont
      m. Albert O. Wyman, 1866
Cyrus Locke Glynn, b May 2, 1850, Rockingham (Windham) Vermont
      m. Lilla Davenport, April 10, 1870
Lucius Elliot Glynn, b. March 12, 1853, Rockingham (Windham) Vermont
      m. (1) Carrie E. Smith, 1874
      m. (2) Anna E. Kerns
Elizabeth Ida/Lizzie Glynn, b. May 5, 1856, Cambridgeport (Rockingham) Vermont
Walter Benton Glynn, b. September 6, 1865, Cambridgeport (Rockingham) Vermont

William Isaac Glynn (Generation 8)
Son of Isaac Glynn and Eliza/Elizabeth Marie Locke
b. December 12, 1866, Rockingham, Vermont (VR)
d. June 5, 1934, Albany, New York (VR)
     November 23, 1887, Rockingham, Vermont (VR)
     daughter of Royal Wilder Perham and Catherine E. Plant (VR)
     b. April 6, 1869, Rockingham, Vermont (VR)
     d. October 25, 1942, Warrensburg, New York
         Buried: at North Adams, Massachusetts
             SEE: THE PERHAM FAMILY OF NEW ENGLAND (Gary Posson Glynn)         
            (John (Perram) Perham-1, John-2, John-3, Ezekiel-4, Jonathan-5, Oliver-6, Royal Wilder-7)
             John Whitney arrived on the “Elizabeth and Ann” 1639 (Winthrop Society)

Children of William Isaac Glynn and Minnie Beulah Perham:
Catherine J. Glynn, b. July 28, 1891, Rockingham (Windham) Vermont
     (Some records indicate Saxon River, Vermont)
Jay Ivah Glynn, b. June 20, 1895 and d. June 29, 1895, Proctorsville, Vermont
Berkeley Perham Glynn, b. May 15, 1902, Rockingham (Windham) Vermont
      m. Regina L. Held, October 10, 1925

Raleigh Isaac Glynn (Generation 9)
Son of William Isaac Glynn and Minnie Beulah Perham
b.  May 22, 1889, Rockingham, Vermont
     *some records indicate Saxon Rivers, Vermont
d.  November 18, 1969, Braintree, Massachusetts
     Buried: at Bath, Maine
     March 18, 1914, Bath/Wiscasset, Maine
     Daughter of George Waldren Troop and Elizabeth Cunningham
           SEE: THE TROOP FAMILY OF NEW ENGLAND (Gary Posson Glynn)
           John Troop-1, William-2, Waldron-3, George Waldron-4, Marion Elizabeth-5

Children of Raleigh Isaac Glynn and Marion Elizabeth Troop
Raleigh Isaac Glynn, Jr.
George William Glynn
Dawn Glynn

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