Thursday, November 3, 2016

Joseph Trumbull Burnham of Hebron, Connecticut.





Gravestone of Joseph Trumbull Burnham
Andover Road Cemetery, Hebron, Connecticut 




Joseph Trumbull Burnham, son of Benjamin Burnham and Catherine Trumble (see The Lost Trumbull); born at Colchester, Connecticut, 3 February 1773;[1] died at Hebron, Connecticut, 1 March 1852;[2] married (1) Jerusha Kellogg; born at Hartford, Connecticut, 12 April 1777; married (2) Violetta Mann (widow Phelps), 4 July 1816; married (3) Sarah B. Isham, 26 February 1839.[3]

For the descendants of Joseph Trumbull Burnham, see: Family Records [Heretofore unpublished] Collected in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Settlement of Connecticut (New Haven, Conn.: The Connecticut Chapter of the National Society Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America, Inc., 1935), 53-55.


Endnotes:

1. Family Records [Heretofore unpublished] Collected in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Settlement of Connecticut (New Haven, Conn.: The Connecticut Chapter of the National Society Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America, Inc., 1935), 53.
2. Gravestone inscription, Joseph T. Burnham, Andover Road Cemetery, Hebron, Connecticut.  
3. Family Records [Heretofore unpublished] Collected in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Settlement of Connecticut (New Haven, Conn.: The Connecticut Chapter of the National Society Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America, Inc., 1935), 53.





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