Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet

NameEbenezer HARTWELL 89
Birth Date6 Apr 1665
Death Date1 Jan 1723/4
FatherJohn HARTWELL (1640-1703)
MotherPriscilla WRIGHT (-1681)
Misc. Notes
According the the Hartwell Genealogy,215 “Ebenezer inherited much land from his father, and by deed of date June 3, 1698, his father-in-law conveyed to them the south half of the house and lot in Concord Village where John S. Keyes lived about 1885, and a tract of land just across the line in Carlisle, to which he probably removed. He and Samuel Jones were appointed a committee to plant 30 trees for shade on the sheep common, penalty for cutting any of them to ten shillings. From records he appeared to be a man of superior business acumen, as we find he made a point of putting down in writing, with witnesses, different tracts of land that he owned and where they were located. He was a field driver (hayward) in the north quarter in 1696-7, fence viewer in 1700, and a field driver in 1702 and 1708. He died intestate, and his estate valued at £520-5-4, was partitioned by agreement amoung [sic] his heirs.”

Note that the Hartwell Genealogy gives Ebenezer’s birthdate as “Apr. 6, 1665-6” on vol. 1, p. 2, which is confused (double dates only have meaning from Jan-Mar), but gives his birthdate as 5 Apr 1665 on another page where Ebenezer is listed among his father’s children.
Spouses
Birth Date12 Dec 1670
Death Date13 Nov 1715
FatherJohn SMEDLEY (1646-1717)
MotherSarah WHEELER (1649-1718)
Marr Date27 Mar 1690
ChildrenJohn (1691-1780)
 Priscilla (Died as Infant) (1692-1693)
 Sarah (1694-)
 Priscilla (1697-1778)
 Ebenezer (1699-1739)
 Samuel (1702-1782)
Last Modified 23 Nov 1999Created 1 Dec 2017 using Reunion for Macintosh
New England genealogy files of Robert J. O’Hara, automatically output by Reunion for Macintosh. For additional genealogical data in other formats, including specialized lists of immigrant ancestors and notable kin, please visit my main genealogy page: http://rjohara.net/gen/ For information about many of the localities mentioned here please visit NewEnglandTowns.org: http://newenglandtowns.org