Birth: 5 MAR 1619, St. James, Colchester, Essex,England.
Death: 1655, Wethersfield,Hartford,Connecticut
Children: Four Children
Genration: Second Generation in America
Christening: 5 MAR 1620, St. James, Colchester, England
Their second child and first son Nathaniel was born March 05, 1618/19 in Shalford, Essex, Eng, and died 1655 inWethersfield, Ct. He married Elizabeth Smith in1646. She was born in JAN 1627 in Suffolk, England.
Children of Nathaniel Foote and Elizabeth Smith are:
Nathaniel Foote, Born January 10, 1646/47; d. January 12, 1702/03, Wethersfield, CT; He married Margaret Bliss on , May 02, 1672; She was born Abt. 1647; and died. April 03, 1745, Colchester, CT.
Samuel Foote Born May 01, 1649; d. September 07, 1689, Hatfield, MA; maarried Mary Merrick, 1671; d. October 03, 1690, Hatfield, MA.
Daniel FooteBorn 1652; m. (1) Sarah ?; m. (2) Mary ?.
Elizabeth FooteBorn 1654; Died September 16, 1696, Deerfield, Ma; m. Daniel Belden, son of William Belden, of Wethersfield, Ct. Nov. 10, 1670; He was b. Nov. 20, 1648; d. Aug.14, 1733, in Deerfleld, Mass. She was killed by Indians Sept.16, 1696
Children of Elizabeth Smith and Daniel Belden
(1) William, b. 1671.
(2) Richard, b. 1672.
(3) Elizabeth, b. Oct. 8, 1673; taken captive by Indians, Sept. 16, 1696.
(4) Nathaniel, b. June 26, 1675; d. Aug.21, 1714.
(5) Mary, b. Nov. 17, 1677.
(6) Daniel, b. Sept. 1, 1680; slain by Indians, Sept. 16, 1696.
(7) Sarah, b. Mar. 15,1682.
(8) Esther, b. Sept. 29, 1683; taken captive by Indians, Sept. 16, 1696.
(9) Abigail, b. 1686.
(10) Samuel, b. Hatfield, Maas., Apr. 10, 1687; wounded by Indians, Sept. 16, 1696.
(11) John, b. Deerfleld, Mass.; d. June 25, 1689.
(12) Abigail, b. Aug. 18, 1690; wounded by Indians, Sept. 16, 1696.
(13)John, b. Feb. 28, 1693; slain by Inians , Sept. 16, 1696.
(14)Thankful, b. Dec. 21, 1695; slain by Indians, Bept. 16, 1696.
The following was taken from the Hatfield Town Records:"Elizabeth, wife to Daniel Beldenye head of the family, together with Daniel Belden, John Belden and Thankful Belden, their children, were all of them slaine by the enemie September 16, 1696".
Sept. 16, 1696. The Indians came along from up Green River to the town, and assaulted Mr. Daniel Belden, house; took Mr. Belden, his son Nathaniel and daughter Ester captive, killed his wife and three children, and wounded Samuel and Abigail, but they recovered, although Samuel had a hatchet stuck in his head, and some of his brains came out at his wound. Samuel .was born Apr. 10, 1687.
From Mather 's Magnalia: The Indians making an assault upon Deerfield, in this Present War, they struck a Hatchet some Inches into the Skull of a Boy there, even so deep that the Boy felt the force of a Wrench used by 'em to get it out.
There he lay a long while Weltering in his Blood; they found him, they Dressld him; considerable Quantities of his Brain came out from time to time when they opened the Wound; yet the Lad recovered, and is now a Living Monument of the Power - and Goodness of God