Title: The American Genealogist (TAG)
Title: Albert Welles compiler, History of the Buell Family in England and America (New York: n.p., 1881).
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Title: Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records for Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut
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Note: Wm. Roger Buell P.E. <[email protected]> Jul 21, 2014 to Barbara.trees4u Hi Barbara, I was just surfing and came across your blog. http://lifefromtheroots.blogspot.com/2014/03/buell-of-connecticut-surname-saturday.html I too trace my lineage back to William Buell. I am the 12th Generation. Father is William Robert Buell, grand father was William Rae Buell, and now my son.... the 13th generation is William Christopher Buell..... Roger ------------------ Welles, Albert.. History of the Buell family in England : from the remotest times ascertainable from our ancient histories, and in America, from town, parish, church and family records .... New York: Society Library, 1881. Page 23. "William Buell, Sr., was in the first land division in Windsor. In his Will he gave all his tools to his two sons, Samuel and Peter, and gave his daughter, Mary Mills 5 pounds more than any of his other daughters." From HISTORY OF THE SIMON MILLS FAMILY THROUGH HIS SON JOHN MILLS AND HIS GRANDSON JOSEPH MILLS OF SIMSBURY CONN, BOOK III compiled by Ralph E Mills available online through byu.edu "When the 'Mary and John' was embarking from England in 1630 a sister ship was being loaded to accompany it. There was much confusion, and in some way a little 6 year old girl, Mary Post, became separated from her parents and placed by mistake on the 'Mary and John,' while her parents were assigned to the sister ship. Tis was the ill-fated vessel that went down during an ocean tempest with all on board. In the meantime the little girl was looked after by William Buell's mother. When it became known that the other ship was lost , the Buells befirended the child as their own. Ten years later when Mary Post was 16, she and William Buell were married. One of their children was Mary Buell who married Simon Mills II. Mary Buel Mills named several of her Mills children after her Buell family: Mary, Hannah, Sarah, and so on."
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