Rev. John Younglove
Born 1640? Ipswich MA
Died Jun 3, 1690 Suffield CT

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m. 1666?
Hadley, Hampshire Co. MA
b. 1741?
Ipswich MA
d. Jan 17, 1710
Suffield CT

b. 1667?
Hadley MA
d. Jun 24, 1743
Suffield CT

b. 1669?
Hadley MA
d. Jun 19, 1683
Suffield CT

b. 1672?
Hadley MA
d. 1730?
Suffield CT

b. 1674
Hadley MA
d. Nov 23, 1715
Suffield CT

b. 1675?
Hadley MA
d. 1749
Springfield, Hampden Co. MA

b. Feb 10, 1676
Hadley MA
d. Jun 7, 1743?
Sheffield MA

b. 1680
Hadley MA
d. Oct 21, 1723
Suffield CT

b. Nov 26, 1682
Suffield CT
d. Feb 17, 1756
Somerset Co. NJ
John was a preacher and one of the first settlers of the Quaboag Plantation until an Indian attack destroyed the town, prompting him to move to nearby Hadley, where he taught school from 1674 to 1680.
Quaboag Plantation was settled in 1660. John came there in 1667 to administer his brother James' estate, and stayed to become the first minister of the settlement, though he was never ordained. Brookfield was incorporated from the Quaboag settlement in 1673.
John was Suffield's minister until his death three years before daughter Lydia married George Granger .
Alcorn, Robert Hayden, The Biography of a Town, Suffield, Connecticut 1670-1970; Suffield, 1970.
Granger, James N., Launcelot Granger of Newbury, Mass. and Suffield, Conn.: A Genealogical History, 1895, pp.61-62.
Younglove, James N., & Thelma I. Butler, Descendants of Samuel & Margaret Younglove, Houston, J.N. Younglove, c1995, pp. 5-7.
Suffield Vital Records, 1:10,16, 18.
West Brookfield Historical Comission, website, A Brookfield Planter Family; Rev. John Younglove, references: Roy, Louis E., M.D., Quaboag Plantation Alias Brookefeild, , West Brookfield, MA, The Heffernan Press, Inc., Worcester, MA, 1965.