DORMAN, Joseph & Mary (Wilmot)

Cliff McCarthy, 2016

Mary Wilmot was the daughter of William and Sarah (Thomas) Wilmot. In 1693, she married Joseph Dorman, the son of Edmund and Hannah (Hull) Dorman. They had ten children together. Joseph died on the 27th of July 1712.

Mary married a second time to Benjamin Wooden on April 22, 1718. They had two children. Mary died in October of 1742.

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Children of Joseph & Mary (Wilmot) Dorman & Benjamin Wooden

MARY WILMOT was born 7 January 1676/77, and died 23 October 1742.  She married (1) JOSEPH DORMAN 24 August 1693 in New Haven, CT, son of EDMUND DORMAN and HANNAH HULL.  He died 27 July 1712.  She married (2) BENJAMIN WOODEN 22 April 1718.  He was born 1680.

Children of MARY WILMOT and JOSEPH DORMAN are:

i.    SARAH DORMAN, b. 14 April 1694; m. ? WOODEN.
ii.    JOSEPH DORMAN, b. 11 January 1695/96; m. SARAH LINES, 24 February 1719/20.
iii.    MARY[1] DORMAN, b. 15 October 1698; d. 11 June 1711.
iv.    HANNAH DORMAN, b. 9 September 1701, New Haven, CT; d. 1768; m. (1) SAMUEL GILBERT, 24 September 1722, New Haven, CT; b. 18 November 1697, New Haven, CT; d. 25 October 1724, New Haven, CT; m. (2) ISRAEL SMITH, 12 November 1730, New Haven, CT.
v.    ELIZABETH DORMAN, b. 17 February 1703/04; m. ? RUGGLES.
vi.    JOHN DORMAN, b. 12 December 1705.
vii.    RACHEL DORMAN, b. 15 February 1707/08; m. (1) AMBROSE WARD, 20 November 1734; m. (2) MOSES MANSFIELD, 17 February 1747/48.
viii.    ESTHER DORMAN, b. 4 December 1709; m. JOB BISHOP, 11 November 1731.
ix.    MARY[2] DORMAN, b. 24 October 1711; m. (1) JONATHAN MANSFIELD; m. (2) EZRA JOHNSON.
x.    JAMES DORMAN, b. 23 January 1712/13.

Children of MARY WILMOT and BENJAMIN WOODEN are:

xi.    BENJAMIN WOODEN, m. RACHEL GILORT.
xii.    WILLIAM WOODEN, b. 23 June 1718; m. KATHERINE CARRINGTON, 15 December 1743.

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SOURCES:

  • Jacobus, Donald Lines, Families of Ancient New Haven, (Genealogical Publishing Co.; Baltimore, MD, 1981).
  • Jacobus, Donald Lines, “The Wilmot Family of New Haven, Conn.,” (in Wilmot, Wilmoth, Wilmeth, Washburn Printing Co., Charlotte, NC, 1940).
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