Bethia/Bethya Bishop1,2,3,4

( - 1675)

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Relationship9th great-grandmother of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Ohlheiser
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Ohlheiser Family Pedigree

Some Background

Bethia/Bethya Bishop was also known as Anna Bishop.5
FatherJohn Bishop Sr.2 ( - Jan 1660)

Birth - Marriage - Death

BrideJames Steele married Bethia/Bethya Bishop, daughter of John Bishop Sr. and Anna, on 18 October 1651 in Guildford, New Haven Co., Connecticut Colony, New England. Her name is more probably Ann Bishop. It is said that her name is often confused with that of James' second wife, Bethia (Hopkins) Stocking.4,3,2,5
DeceasedShe died in 1675.2,6

Children with James Steele:

Sources - Citations

  1. Or possibly Ann Bishop. It is said that her name is often confused with that of James' second wife, Bethia (Hopkins) Stocking.
  2. [S645] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633. Volumes I-III (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), Detailed Entry for George Steele.
  3. [S150] Lorraine Cook, Compiler, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994-2002), Guilford Vital Records 1639-1850 pg. 24; vol. A, pg. 122.
  4. [S428] Donald Lines Jacobus, The American Genealogist (New Haven, Connecticut:, 2009), vol. 36, pg 188 gives name as Ann Bishop.
  5. [S910] Loren P. Waldo, The Early History of Tolland : An Address, Delivered Before the Tolland County Historical Society, at Tolland, Conn., on the 22nd Day of August and 27th Day of September 1861 (Hartford, Connecticut: Press of Case, Lockwood & company, 1861), pg. 31; gives bride's name as Anna Bishop.
  6. [S910] Loren P. Waldo, Early History of Tolland, pg. 31; gives year.
  7. [S655] Daniel Steele Durrie, Steele Family. A Genealogy of John And George Steel. Settlers of Hartford, Conn. 1635-6. And Their Descendants. (Albany, New York: J. Munsell, 1862), pg. 10.
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