Deerfield, Massachussetts – Massacre of 1704 – 280 peoples list Always in Progress1

Dernière mise à jour 23 octobre – 2017 – October 23 last update 

Frenchmen #2
Frenchmen #3
Frenchmen  #4 or Indian  Andrew (André) Stevens

Orphan #1 stayed with French
Orphan #2 stayed with French
Orphan #3 stayed with French : Josiah Rising
Orphan #4 fate unknown

Other # 1
Other # 2
Other # 3
Other # 4
Other # 5

House #1 – Williams’ Family

Father: Mr. John Williams (reverend) – captured by 3 Abenakis
Mother: Mrs. Eunice (Mather) Williams – captured
son #1: Samuel, 15 – captured – redeemed
daughter #1: Esther, 13 – captured – redeemed
son #2: Stephen, 10 – captured by Pennacooks – Wattanummon
daughter #2: Eunice, 7 – captured by Mohawks Thaonwentsawakon
son #3: John, 6 – Killed
son #4: Warham, 4 – captured by Mohawks
daughter #3: Esther – captured by Abenakis ?
son #5: Jerusha, 6 weeks – Killed
slave #1: Frank (m) – Captured
slave #2: Parthena (F) (Frank’s wife) – Killed

soldier #1: Joseph Eastman, 21, from Hadley ( in this house?) – captured  redeemed in 1707
soldier #2: Lieutenant John Stoddard, commander of the Garrison, escaped by jumping out an upstair window ran to Hatfield to get helped

attackers: Abenakis, Kahnawake, Mohawks, Pennacooks (Wattanummon)

House #2 – Sheldon’s family

Father: Mr. Captain Thomas Sheldon – first escaped, then captured in the meadow’s fight
Mother: Mrs. Hannah (Stebbins) Sheldon – killed
daughter #1: Mary, 17 – captured – redeemed
son #1: Ebenezer, 13 – captured – redeemed
son #2: Remembrance, 7 – captured – redeemed
daughter #2: Mercy, 3 – killed

Father: Mr. Thomas Sheldon, 27 – Killed
Mother: Mrs. Hannah (Chapin) Sheldon, 24 – captured – redeemed

House #3 Stebbins’ family

Father: Mr.  John Stebbins, 56 – Captured
Mother: Mrs. Dorothy (Alexander) Stebbins, 42 – Captured
son #1: John, 20 – Captured – redeemed 6 days later
son #2: Samuel, 16 – Captured – returned in 1723
son #3: Ebenezer, 8 – Captured – remained as Jacques Charles  Stebbene
son #4: Joseph. 4 – Captured – remained as Joseph Stebbene
daughter #2: Thankful, 12 – Captured – remained

daughter #1: Abigail, 26 – Captured – remained with husband
Frenchmen #1 :husband: Jacques de Noyon, 27 (Frenchman) – Captured

Sergeant: Benoni Stebbins – Killed

House #4 Carter Family

Father: Mr. Samuel Carter (absent from the home)
Mother/Stepmother: Mrs Hannah (Weller) Carter – Captured
son #1: Samuel, 12 – Captured – Escaped on the first night or died on 1714
son #2: John, 9 – Captured – remained as Jean Chartier
son #3: Enebezer, 7 – Captured – redeemed in 1707
son #4: Thomas, 4 – Killed
daughter #1: Mercy, 10 – Captured – remained and married an Indian
daughter #2: Marah, 3 – Captured – killed in route ?
daughter #3: Hannah, 7 months – Captured – killed in route ?

Joined at night by Uncle and his family ? where they in that house?
father: Nathaniel Brooks, 40 – captured
mother: Mary (Williams) Brooks, 31 – miscarried – killed in route
daughter #1: Mary, 7 – captured – remained
son #1: Williams, 6 – captured – remained

Attackers: Kahnawake, Mohawks, Iroquois of the Mountains

House #5 – Meeting

 

House #6 – Hawks Sr’s family to do 

Father: Mr.  John Hawks – captured in Meadow ?
Mother: Mrs. Hannah (Stebbins) Hawks – killed
daughter #1: Mary, 17 – captured
son #1: Ebenezer, 13 – captured
son #2: Remembrance, 7 – captured
daughter #2: Mercy, 3 – killed

Family #2 in the house ?
Mr. Thomas Hawks, 27 – killed
Mrs. Hannah (Chapin) Hawks, 24 – captured

House #7 – French’s family

Father: Mr. Thomas French – Captured – redeemed in 1706
Mother: Mrs. Mary (Catlin) French – killed in route
daughter #1: Mary, 18 – Captured – redeemed in 1706
son #1: Thomas, 17 – Captured – redeemed in 1706
daughter #2: Freedom, 12 – Captured – remained and married a frenchman
daughter #3: Martha, 9  – Captured – remained and married a frenchman
daughter #4: Abigail, 7  – Captured – remained with the Indians
son #2: John, 1 month – killed

Attackers: Kahnawake, Mohawks, Iroquois of the Mountains

House #8 – Catlin’s family

Father: Mr. John Sr – killed
Mother: Mrs. Mary Baldwin – where was she?
son #2: Jonathan, 23 – killed
daughter #2: Ruth, 20 – Captured – redeemed in 1707
son #3: John, 17 – Captured – redeemed in 1706

married son #1: Joseph, 27 – killed in the meadow
wife: Hannah (Sheldon) Catlin – pregnant while taken captive
son #1: John, 2 ?

married daughter #1:Elizabeth (Catlin) Corse, widow of James – killed or died on route
daughter #1: Elizabeth, 6 – Captured – remained as Marie Elisabeth
– Jonathan, 11 ?
– Ebenezer, 11 ?
– James, 10 ?

House #9 Frary’s family

Father: Samson Frary, 72 – killed in the villae
Mother: Mrs.  Mary (Daniels) Frary, 63 – killed on route
grand- daughter: Mary or Mercy Roote, 15 – killed in the village

House #10 Nims’family

Father: Mr. Geoffrey Nims (escaped and got helped)
Mother: Mrs. Mehitable (Smead) Nims, 36 – killed on route
daughter #1: Mehitable, 7 – killed
daughter #2: Mary, 5 – killed
daughter #3: Abigail, 4 – captured and remain in New-France

Henry Nims, 22 – killed
Ebenezer Nims, 18,  – Captured – redeemed in 1714

House #11 Hinsdale’s family

Father: Mr. Mehuman Hinsdale  – Captured – redeemed in 1706
Mother: Mrs. Mary (Rider) Hinsdale  – Captured – redeemed in 1706
son #1: Samuel, 15 months – killed in village

Family #12 Hurst

Mother: Mrs.Sarah (Jeffreys) Hurst, widow of Mr. Thomas Hurst (decease in 1702) – captured – redeemed
daughter #1: Sarah, 18 – captured – redeemed
daughter #2: Elizabeth, 16 – captured – remain as Marie-Elisabeth or returned ?
son #1: Thomas, 12  – captured – remain
daughter #3:Hannah, 8  – captured – remain with Iroquois of the Mountain
son #2: Ebenezer, 5  – captured – remain as Antoine Nicolas
son #3: Benoni, 2 – killed in the meadow

House #13 Brooks’ family

Father: Mr.
Mother: Mrs.
son #1:
daughter #1

soldier #1:

House outside the village #14  Benjamin Brooks’ family

(children and grandchildren of William Brooks & Mary Burt)

Father: Mr. Ebenezer Brooks,
Mother: Elizabeth (Belding) Brooks
son#1: Ebenezer, 2

Father: Mr. Benjamin Brooks, 32
Mother: Mrs. Mary (Barnard) Brooks, 31
son #1: Benjamin, 10
daughter #1: Elizabeth, 6
daughter #2: Mercy, 3
son #2: John, 3

Father: Joseph Brooks
Mother: Lydia (Warner) Brooks
Daughter #1: Silence ?
Daughter #2: Mary, 2 weeks ?

House #15 Wells’family

Father: Mr.  Captain Jonathan Wells

Mrs. Mary Wells (not married), – killed by scalping

House #16 Smead’s family

Grandmother: Elizabeth (Lawrence) Smead – Killed in village

Father: Mr. John Smead – killed a native man, wound another
Mother: Mrs.Mary (Price) Smead, 23 – killed in village
daughter #1: Sarah, 4 – killed in village
son #1: William, 2 – killed in village

House # Kellogg’s family

Father: Mr.  Martin, 46  – Captured – redeemed in 1706
Mother: Mrs. Mary (Dickison) Kelloggs, 48 – captured – released
son #1: Martin, Jr, 18  – Captured – escaped in 1705
son #2: Joseph, 13  – Captured – released in 1714
daughter #1: Joanna, 11  – Captured – remained at Kahnawake, married an Indian
daughter #2:  Rebecca, 9 – Captured – remained, married an Indian
son #3: Jonathan, 5 – killed in the village
daughter #3: Sarah, hide in house, escaped the burning house almost naked

House # Hoyt’s family

Father: Mr. David Sr, 42 – died from starvation on route
Mother: Mrs. Abigail (Cooke, Pomeroy)
daughter #1: of Abigail: Lydia Pomeroy, 20
daughter #1: Mary, absent that night was visiting in Hatfield

daughter #2: Sarah, 18  – Captured – redeemed in 1714
son #2: Jonathan, 15  – Captured – redeemed in 1707
son #3:  Benjamin, 11 – smelled smoke, heard gun shot, jump out the window
son #4: Ebenezer, 7 – captured -remained
daughter #3: Abigail, 2 – Killed on route

son #1: David Jr, 24 – killed
wife: Mary or Hannah (Edward) Hoyt, 27 ?
daughter #1: Mary, 10 monhs- captured ?

Esther Pomeroy – captured – died or killed in route
Joshua Pomeroy  – Captured – redeemed in 1708

House # Warner’s family

Father: Mr. Ebenezer Warner, 29  – Captured – redeemed
Mother: Mrs. Waitstill (Smead) Warner, 25 – captured – killed in route
daughter #1: Sarah, 5 – captured – redeemed
daughter #2: Waitstill, 3 – captured – faith unknown

House # Alexander’s family

Father: Mr. David Alexander, 45 – killed in the meadow
Mother: Mrs. Mary (Weld) Alexander, 37 – Captured – redeemed in 1707
daughter #1: Mary, 2 – killed in village or in route

Joseph Alexander, 23 captured – escaped first night

House # Field’s family

Father: Mr. ?
Mother: Mrs. Mary (Bennett) Field, 28 – Captured – redeemed
daughter #1: Mary, 7 – captured -remained Kahnawake
son #1: John, 2 – Captured – redeemed
daughter #2: Sarah, 2 – killed

House # Philip Mattoon’s family

Father: Mr. Philip 24 – captured – killed in route
Mother: Mrs. Rebecca (Nims) Mattoon – burned with baby in house
daughter #21: Baby – burned with baby in house

Sarah Mattoon, 17 – captured – either escaped in 1709 or redeemed in 1711

Burt’s family

Father: Mr.
Mother: Mrs.
son #1:
daughter #1:

Petty ‘s family

Father: Mr. Joseph Petty, 31 – Captured – escaped in 1705
Mother: Mrs. Sarah (Edwards) Petty, 25 – Captured – redeemed
son #1:
daughter #1:

House # ‘s family

Father: Mr.
Mother: Mrs.
son #1:
daughter #1:

House # ‘s family

Father: Mr.
Mother: Mrs.
son #1:
daughter #1:

GARRISON SOLDIERS

Soldier # 3 Samuel Foot, 27, of Hatfield –  killed in the meadow
Soldier # 4 Nathaniel Warner, 23, of Hadley – Killed in the meadow
Soldier # 5 Sgt. Samuel Boltwood, 53, of Hadley – Killed in the meadow
Soldier # 6 Robert Boltwood, son of Samuel Boltwood, 21,of Hadley  – Killed in the meadow
Soldier # 7 Jacob Hickson, 20, of Hadley -Starved on French River.
Soldier # 8 Benjamin Church, 24 – of Hadley
Soldier # 9 Jospeh Ingersol, 25 – Killed in the village
Soldier # 10  Jonathan Ingram, 27 – killed in the meadow
soldier # 11 Sgt. Benjamin Wait, about 54, of Hatfield – killed in the meadow
soldier #12 Captain Thomas Baker, of Northampton – captured – escaped in 1705
soldier #13 John Weston  or Wilton, 39  – captured – redeemed in 1707
soldier #14 Judah Wright, 27 – captured – redeemed in 1707
soldier #15 Daniel Crowfoot – captured
soldier #16 John Brigdman – captured – escaped the same day ran away while in the meadow or was killed in the meadow
soldier #17 Samuel Hasting , 20 – captured – never returned
soldier #18  Joseph Catlin, about 23, from Hatfield
soldier #19 Lieutenant David Hoyt, Jr., 24, from Hatfield, captured and starved to Death – under Pennacock, Cowass, Wattanummon tribe
soldier #20 Thomas Selden, 26,
soldier #21 Samuel Allis, 56, of Hatfield – killed in the meadow (wife is Mary)

and men who came to the rescue,  from the towns below—
maybe in the soldiers list
Militia # 1  John Marsh,  32 -of Hadley – captured
Militia # 2
Militia # 3
Militia # 4
Militia # 5
Militia # 6

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