Anna Treat
Born Aug 26, 1699 Preston CT
Died Mar 17, 1777 Bedford Co. VA

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Jonathan Richardson

m. Nov 25, 1716
Stonington CT
b. by Nov 21, 1697
Preston CT
d. after Jun, 16, 1777
Bedford Co. VA
Jonathan Gilbert

b. Feb 7, 1715
?Loudoun Co. VA
d. May 24, 1773
Rockingham Co. NC

b. 1724
Stonington CT
d. 1790
Paris Hill, Oneida Co. NY

b. 1729?
Stonington CT
d. 1785

b. 1730?
Stonington CT
d. 1790

b. 1730?
Stonington CT
d. 1784/5
Salmon Treat

b. 1731
Stonington CT
d. 1808
James (Col.)

b. 1734?
Stonington CT
d. Sep 29, 1810
Tar Heel, Bladen Co. NC

b. by Jun 11, 1738
Stonington CT
d. Jul 31, 1831
Barkhamstead, Litchfield Co. CT

b. 1740?
Stonington CT
d. by Jan 5, 1815
Windham Co. CT

b. 1745
Stonington CT
d. 1822
Stonington was home to the Pequot Tribe when Thomas Stanton settled on the Pawchatuck River in 1649. The town of Stonington CT was created in 1666.
Daughter Dorothy married John Stanton, son of Daniel and Elizabeth Stanton.
Son James was a Colonel. He was on a voyage to the West Indies with a cargo of flour and shipwrecked near Cape Hatteras NC. He settled on the Cape Fear River in Bladen Co. NC.
Son Salmon was a merchant in Boston.
Daughter Prudence married Samuel Woodburn (1723-1803) at Westerly RI on Mar 4, 1757.
Son Stephen married his 2nd cousin Sarah Treat, eldest child of Samuel Treat, Jr. and Jerusha Andrews on Aug 20, 1765 at Wethersfield Congregational Church.
Jonathan's will was dated Jun 16, 1777. It is different from his son's Will dated 5 Oct. 1772, proven May 24, 1773.
"Joseph Richardson Family", Rockingham County NC History, entry #894, 1976.
"Will of Jonathan Richardson", dated 5 Oct. 1772, proven May 24, 1773, Abstract of Bedford County, Va. Wills and Inventories and Accounts 1754-1787, pp 183-184.