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Dea. Simon HUNTINGTON
Sarah CLARKE
Husband:  Simon HUNTINGTON
Birth:  1629, England
Death:  28 Jun 1706, Norwich, New London Co., CT
Father:  Simon HUNTINGTON
Mother:  Margaret BARET
Marriage:  Oct 1653, Saybrook, Middlesex Co., CT
Wife:  Sarah CLARKE
Birth:  1632/3
Death:  1721, Milford, CT
Father:  John CLARKE of Saybrook, Middlsex Co., CT, and Milford, New Haven Co., CT
Children:
born in Saybrook, Middlesex Co., CT:
  1.  Sarah HUNTINGTON, b. Aug 1654; m. 23 Nov 1696, Dr. Solomon TRACY, s/o Lt. Thomas TRACY
  2.  Mary HUNTINGTON, b. Aug 1657; m. Mr. FORBES of Preston, Litchfield Co., CT
  3.  Simon HUNTINGTON, b. 6 Feb 1659; m. 8 Oct 1686, Lydia GAGER, s/o of John GAGER

born in Norwich, New London Co., CT:
  4.  Joseph HUNTINGTON, b. Sep 1661; d. 29 Dec 1747; m. 28 Oct 1687, Rebecca ADGATE ( -1748), d/o Thomas ADGATE
  5.  Elizabeth HUNTINGTON, b. Feb 1664; died in infancy
  6.  Samuel HUNTINGTON, b. 1 Mar 1665 
  7.  Elizabeth HUNTINGTON, b. 6 Oct 1669; m. Joseph BACHUS
  8.  Nathaniel HUNTINGTON, b. 10 Jul 1672; died young
  9.  Daniel HUNTINGTON, b. 13 Mar 1675/6; d. 13 Sep 1741; m1. 31 Jan 1705/6, Abigail BINGHAM; m2. Rachel WOLCOTT
10.  James HUNTINGTON, b. 18 May 1680

Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; UK, United Kingdom, ENG; USA, US, United States, Connecticut

Source: 

1.  Anon.  1915.  The Huntington Family in America: a Genealogical Memoir of the Known Descendants of Simon Huntington from 1633 to 1915.  Huntington Family Assn., Hartford, CT (online at GenealogyLibrary.com).  See excerpt

2.  Nelson Osgood Rhoades, ed.  1912.  Colonial Families of the United States of America.  Vol. VII.  Grafton Press, NY (George Norbury MacKenzie edited the first six volumes; republ. 1966/1995 by Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, MD; online at GenealogyLibrary.com):
p. 315 DEACON SIMON HUNTINGTON, of Norwich, Connecticut; b. 1629, in England, d. 28th June, 1721; settled in Norwich and was a member of Mr. FETCH'S Church there; was Deacon until 1696, when his son succeeded him; was a member of the General Assembly in 1674 and had a grant of land in 1686; was townsman in 1690 and 1696; in 1694, he was on a committee to search out and reform the deficiencies in the public records; in 1700 he was on a committee to give deeds and fix titles in dispute or with defective title; m. October, 1653, in Saybrook, Connecticut, Sarah CLARK, dau. of Joseph CLARK, of Windsor, Connecticut, who d. 1721.

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   I. Sarah, b. August, 1654; m. 23d November, 1696, Dr. Solomon TRACY, son of Lieut. Thomas TRACY.
  II. Mary, b. August, 1657; m. _____ FORBES of Preston.
 III. Simon, b. 6th February, 1659; m. 8th October, 1663, Lydia GAGER, dau. of John GAGER; succeeded his father as deacon.
  IV. Joseph, b. September, 1661; d. 29th December, 1747; m. 28th October, 1687, Rebecca ADGATE, d. 8th November, 1748, dau. of Thomas ADGATE.
   V. SAMUEL, b. 1st March, 1665, of whom later.
  VI. Elizabeth, b. 6th October, 1666; m. Joseph BACHUS.
 VII. Nathaniel, b. 10th July, 1672; d. young.
VIII. Daniel, b. 13th March, 1675-1676; d. 13th September, 1741; m. (firstly) 31st January, 1705-1706, Abigail BINGHAM; m. (secondly) Rachel WOLCOTT.

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