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1 "... estando enfermo, otorgó testamento en 27 Octubre de 1558, ante Alonso de Valencia." de Ribera y Laredo, Nicolás (I1815)
 
2 "... falleció en 1612, habiendo otorgado testamento ante Adrián Ufelde en 30 de Noviembre de 1611, donde declara que su esposa Da. Mauricia de Ulloa llevó en dote la sume de doce mil pesos; disponiendo que sus restos fueran enterrados en la Capilla que tiene en el Monasterio de San Francisco de Arequipa." de Cáceres y Solier, Capitán Diego (I1759)
 
3 "... Jacob, was educated for the ministry and graduated at Yale College in 1731, being the earliest graduate belonging to Tolland; but he was consumptive--never preached except where there was a temporary vacancy, and died early in life." Baker, Jacob (I2162)
 
4 "... John Huntington, Esq., one of the original grantees of the town of Tolland. John Huntington was from Windsor; was one of the petitioners for the town in May, 1713, though his name does not appear on the subsequent petitions. It is certain that he was of Windsor, January 14, 1719, for on that day he took a deed of John Ellsworth of a tract of land in Tolland containing three hundred acres. He had also a lot of land that was Christopher Huntington's, assigned him November 26, 1719. It is not certain when he moved to Tolland; it is certain, however, he became a resident of this town before April 16, 1723, as there is a record of his marriage on that day as follows: "April 16, 1723. Then was John Huntington of Tolland married to Thankful Warren of Windham.".... John Huntington, Esq., died January 26, 1737, aged forty-six years. He was the second justice of the peace ever appointed for the town of Tolland, and he was the only justice from 1733 to his death. He was commissioned as ensign in October, 1723, on the first organization of the militia in Tolland; was one year the town-clerk, and two years selectman--departing this life at almost the commencement of his public usefulness. Tradition assigns his place of residence on the farm now owned and occupied by Dea. Nathan Spalding." Huntington, John Esq. (I63)
 
5 "... was a soldier during the Revolutionary War, was taken prisoner, and died three months after his discharge...." Baker, Heman (I2113)
 
6 "...D. Pedro Fernandez de Castro, Alcayde de la Villa, y Castillo de Buxalance, que yá havia fallecido en 27 de Octubre de 1307 quando Doña Sancha Lopez su muger, consiguió del Cabildo Eclesiastico sitio para una sepultura con su marido, cuyo cuerpo estaba sepultado cerca de la Capilla de San Gil, donde yacía D. Aznar Perez, Racionero, y Arcediano de Castro. En la escriptura se llama Doña Sancha, 'vecina de la Collacion de Santa Maria, viuda de D. Pedro Fernandez de Castro,' por cuyos buenos servicios le concedió el Cabildo ante Fernando Ruiz sitio para las dos sepulturas. Dotó Doña Sancha tambien un anniversario perpetuo por su anima, y la de su marido, y por las de sus descendientes, con derecho de sepultura en la Catedral. Este anniversario se cumple por el mes de Marzo, como consta de las Tablas de la Iglesia. Juzgan, que D. Pedro murió sin succesion; mas consta lo contrario de la citada escriptura, porque Lope Aznarez, sobrino del Arcediano, hijo de Aznar Perez, casó con una hija de los dichos D. Pedro, y su muger Doña Sancha, por quien salió por fiador en la dotacion. Y los Cavalleros Castros de Buxalance se glorian descender del referido Alcayde por varonía; glorioso origen si lo prueban." Fernandez de Castro, Pedro (I1917)
 
7 "...D. Pedro Ruiz de Castro, á quien llamaron los moros 'Alhastac,' porque era romo, conquistador de Cordoba, y muy celebrado en las historias de aquellos tiempos, que le llaman expresamente hermano del Conde D. Alvaro Perez de Castro. Y este parentesco consta por la escriptura, que su hijo D. Ordoño Perez de Castro otorgó en favor del Orden de Calatrava, vendiendole la Encomienda de las Casas de Madrid con otros Lugares en el año de 1306 en la qual afirma, que los compró 'de sus primos hermanos los hijos de Doña Eulalia su tia.'

D. Pedro Ruiz de Castro, Alhastac, hermano del Conde D. Alvaro, quedó heredado en Cordoba con Casas principales en la Collacion de Santa Maria, y con heredamientos en el termino, donde se fundó despues la Villa, y Castillo de Espejo. Fué el primero Alcayde de los Reales Alcazares, y Portero mayor de Andalucia; quedaron heredados en esta Ciudad no solamente estos dos grandes Cavalleros del linage de Castro, sino tambien D. Esteban Fernandez de Castro, primo del Conde D. Alvaro, progenitor de los Condes de Lemos, con Casas en la Collacion de Santa Maria, y el heredamiento entre otros de su nombre, que hasta ahora conserva el nombre del Cortijo de D. Esteban. Asi consta, que este Cavallero vivia radicado en esta Ciudad en 28 de Diciembre de 1268 por la escriptura de venta, que Juan Roldan, Canonigo de Cordoba, otorgó en favor del Dean D. Gonzalo, y su Cabildo, de unas Casas en la Collacion de Santa Maria, confinantes con las de D. Esteban. En la misma Collacion tubo Casas Garci Fernandez de Castro, como consta por el testamento otorgado ante Garci Gutierrez en 8 de Marzo de 1304 por D. Juan Martinez Tapia, Canonigo de Cordoba, cuya Casas dió al Cabildo para una dotacion, y lindaban con Casas de Pedro Fernandez de Castro, y Casas de D. Payo Ximenez de Peralta, Alcalde mayor de Cordoba, Señor del Cortijo de su nombre, que vulgarmente llaman Cortijo de Pan Ximenez. Por el repartimiento de donadios consta tambien, que D. Pedro Martinez de Castro, Señor de Tejonar, primo hermano del Conde D. Alvaro, logró repartimiento en Cordoba en la Aldea de su nombre, y en otros donadios con los Ricos Hombres D. Gil Perez Marañon, y D. Lorenzo Suarez Gallinato, á quien principalmente debió Cordoba su restauracion. Estos Cavalleros fueron heredados en la Atalaya de Teba en veinte y unas yugadas de tierra, como consta de la memoria de donadios. Finalmente por la demarcacion de los Villages, que principió en el año de 1260 el Obispo de Cordoba D. Fernando de Mesa, consta, que Juan de Castro gozaba en aquel tiempo Casas, y heredades en el termino de Abencaez, en que solamente se comprehendian su heredamiento, la Atalaya de D. Marcos, y la Torre de Fernan Nuñez Daza, y de sus hermanos. Tan honrada quedó Cordoba en su conquista con el nobilisimo linage de los Castros.

Casó el Alcayde de los Alcazares con su prima hermana Doña Sancha Alfonso...." 
Ruiz de Castro, Pedro (I1881)
 
8 "...descendiente legítimo de los Señores de la villa de Valenzuela (como se comprobó en la Chancillería de Granada)" de Valenzuela y Niño, Sancho (I1805)
 
9 "...el Infante D. Sancho, á quien mató un Oso en Cañamero...." de León, Infante Sancho (I1882)
 
10 "...hija de D. Lope Diaz de Haro, Cabeza Brava, XI. Señor de Vizcaya, y de la Condesa Doña Urraca Alfonso, hija del Rey D. Alonso de Leon, y de Doña Inés Iñiguez de Mendoza, de quien tampoco logró succesion, haviendo muerto con sentimiento general de todo el Reyno en vida de esta segunda muger; Y por esto Doña Mencia casó con D. Sancho, Rey de Portugal." Lopez de Haro, Mencia (I1923)
 
11 "'Still born maide child,' buried." Lothrop (I1506)
 
12 "'the dafter of Moses Rowley Senior died the 15 day of November bured 16 Day November 1682.' Falmouth records." Rowley (I2309)
 
13 "[Abbess] zu Modena" Berthe (Bertha) (I2099)
 
14 "[daughter of Count] Richard II" de Normandie (Normandy), Adélaïde (Alice) (I2056)
 
15 "[daughter of Margrave] Boso [and] Willa" de Toscane (Tuscany), Willa (I2083)
 
16 "[daughter of] [Margrave] Adalbert [of Tuscien] [Count of] Camerino [and] Bertha [of] Lothringen" de Toscane (Tuscany), Ermengard (I2098)
 
17 "[daughter of] Berengar I [Margrave of Friaul] [King of] Italien Röm [Emperor]" de Frioul (Friuli), Gisèle (Gisela) (I2096)
 
18 "[daughter of] Othon" de Mâcon, Gerberge (Gerberga) (I2075)
 
19 "[H]e first settled in Tolland, moved to Ellington 1776; after the revolution, went to Brookfield, Vt.; he was a lieutenant in the war of 1755; had 13 children." Steele, James Esq. (I921)
 
20 "[James] was a very prominent man. From the Colonial Records, the following notices of him are taken: 'In 1657-8, he was a listed trooper in the war against the Pequots. In 1662, appointed by the General Court with Wm Wadsworth, to lay out lands in Hommanasett. In 1672, appointed with others, to run the dividing line between the towns of Lyme and New London, for which service, he was allowed by the court six pounds and fifteen shillings out of the public treasury. The court granted him the same year, 150 acres of land for a farm. In 1675, he was appointed commissary in the King Philip war, and was allowed at the rate of fifty pounds per annum, as compensation for his services. His dwelling house was on the old plan of Hartford, south of Little river.'" Steele, James (I190)
 
21 "[Joseph Baker's] son, John, married Sarah, daughter of Dea. Isaac Davis, of Windsor; settled on his share of the original tract, near Shenipset pond, and died in 1802, at the age of ninety-five years. Jerusha, his only child who lived to maturity, married Samuel Stanley;--their oldest son, John Stanley, born in 1752, married Abigail Gibbs, of East Windsor, in 1771;--their oldest son, Roswell Stanley, born in 1772, died in 1850, aged seventy-eight years, on the land of his ancestors;--the farm being now occupied by Col. Sanford Stanley, and was formerly the residence of Sidney Stanley, Esq., now of Hartford, who during his employment at the office of Secretary of State, furnished me with copies of documents in the public archives, relative to the history of this town." Baker, John (I2160)
 
22 "[King] Sancho I [named] o Pobledor" Rei Sancho I o Povoador (I1962)
 
23 "[Widower I of] Etienne [Count of] Gevaudan, [divorced II from] Ludwig (Louis) V [King of] Neustrien, [Widower III of] Guillaume I [Count of] Arles [daughter of Count] Foulques II" d'Anjou, Adélaïde (I2064)
 
24 "[Widower of] Aubry [Count of] Mâcon [daughter of Count] Renaud [and] Alverade [of] Hennegau" de Roucy, Ermentrude (I2060)
 
25 "1088 [Archbishop of] Vienne, 1107-09 Administrator [of] Besançon, 1119 [Pope] CALIXTUS II" de Bourgogne (Burgundy), Guy Pope Calixtus II (I2039)
 
26 "1217 [Queen of] Kastilien; [daughter of King] Alfons(o) VIII" de Castilla, Reina Berenguela I (I1963)
 
27 "A child born in Scituate, July 30, 1638, and died the same day." Lothrop (I1462)
 
28 "a man childe of John Lothropp dying immediately after it was borne, buryed Jann. 25, 1649" Lothrop (I1466)
 
29 "Abner -- Son of Anthony and Molly.... His birth, death, and intermediate life were of this Town. His family residence was upon the 'Dr. Shaw Place'.... He was a very respectable man, not scathed by any evil habits or propensities; full overagingly, yet not transcendentally smart or knowing. Nine several years he was elected and reelected Town Clerk." Needham, Abner (I4790)
 
30 "Acc. to a record in the Essex County Quarterly Court, John and Hannah were m. "12:11m:1676" and this date is, therefore, calculated to be Feb. 12, 1676." Family: John Lovejoy / Hannah (F1843)
 
31 "Adalbert [Count of] Longwy 1047 [Duke of] Oberlothringen (Matfriede)" de Longwy, Adalbert (I2032)
 
32 "ADALBERT I d REICHE um 902 [Margrave of] IVREA" d'Ivrée (Ivrea), Adalbert I (I2095)
 
33 "ADALBERT II [Margrave of] IVREA, 950/961 [Joint king of] ITALIEN" d'Italie (Italy), Roi Adalbert I (I2074)
 
34 "Alcalde de Marmolejo, Arjona y Arjonilla" Martínez de Pariaga, Pedro (I1810)
 
35 "Alcalde Ordinario de Arequipa en 1563" Bravo, Diego (I1784)
 
36 "Alcalde Ordinario de Arequipa en 1608 y 1615" Pacheco de Chaves, Diego (I1776)
 
37 "Alcalde Ordinario de Arequipa en 1609" de Cáceres y Ulloa, Capitán Diego (I1764)
 
38 "Alcalde Ordinario de Arequipa en 1632" de Cáceres y Ulloa, Capitán Nicolás (I1750)
 
39 "Alcalde Ordinario de Arequipa en 1686, Vecino Feudatario de la Ciudad." de Cáceres-Ulloa y Pacheco, Juan (I1752)
 
40 "Aledramo [of] Montferrat [Count of] Savona" de Montferrat, Aleramo (Aledram) (I2092)
 
41 "Alfons VI 1072 [King of] Kastilien" de Castilla y León, Rey Alfonso VI el Bravo (I1996)
 
42 "Alfons(o) I [named] el Battalador, 1104 [King of] Aragón [and] Navarra" de Aragón, Rey Alfonso I el Batallador (I1997)
 
43 "Alfons(o) II [King of] Aragón [Count of] Barcelona" de Aragón, Rey Alfonso II (I1989)
 
44 "ALFONS(O) IX, 1188 [King of] LEÓN" de León, Rey Alfonso IX (I1871)
 
45 "ALFONS(O) VII [named the Emperor], 1126 [King of] KASTILIEN [y] LEÓN" de Castilla y León, Rey Alfonso VII el Emperador (I1929)
 
46 "Alfonso [Señor] de MOLINA y MESA" de Molina y Mesa, Alfonso (I1971)
 
47 "Alfonso Diaz de Valenzuela, que vivió radicado en Cordoba en la Collacion de San Nicolas de la Villa, donde por los años de 1478 por el mes de Noviembre otorgó cierta escriptura su hijo Pedro Diaz de Valenzuela, vecino de la misma Collacion." Diaz de Valenzuela, Alfonso (I1833)
 
48 "Although Tolland furnished its full proportion of men in the revolutionary contest, and although so many of them perished in the service, yet I have not been able to ascertain either by record or traditionary evidence, that any were slain in battle, except Amos Cobb and John Lathrop, before referenced to. The record of John Lathrop's death, in the town-clerk's office, is as follows: 'John, the son of John Lathrop, and Lucy his wife, departed this life December the 10th day, 1780, by the sword of the enemy at Horseneck.' He was under eighteen years of age, and was struck dead by a blow on the head with a sabre, by a dragoon. Col. Solo. Wills, to whose wife Mr. Lathrop was nephew, assisted in wrapping him in his blanket and laying him in the grave of the soldier." Lathrop, John (I837)
 
49 "AMADEUS GRAF in BURGUND" d'Oscheret, Amédée (Amadeus) (I2102)
 
50 "Anna Bishop, probably a dau. of John Bishop of Guilford" Bishop, Anna (I191)
 

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