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Eells, Vivion, and allied families

compiled and other data checked by Mrs. Henry Ells, 1941-1942
Ells, Henry, Mrs. (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel

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Microfilm of typescript ([21], 120 leaves) at the National Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washigton, D.C.

John Eels emigrated from England to America in 1628 and settled at Dorchester, Massachusetts. He married Mary Eliot and had a son, Samuel Eells, born at Dorchester in 1639. The family returned to England, where John and Mary Eliot Eels died. Samuel Eells, returned to America in 1663. He married Anna Lenthal, daughter of Rev. Robert Lenthal of Weymouth, Massachusetts, in 1663 and settled at Milford, Connecticut. They had seven children, 1666-1680. His youngest son, Nathaniel Eells (1677-1750), settled at Sinuate, Massachusetts. He and his wife, Hanna North, had nine children, 1705-1721. Descendants listed lived in Massachusetts, New York, Missouri, Louisiana, and elsewhere. Descendants spelled their name Eells, Ells, and other variant spellings.

Elizabeth Thacker (b. 1694), daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Payne Thacker of Middlesex County, Virginia, married John Vivion (1681- 1722) in 1711. They had at least three children, 1714-1719. Descendants of their son, John Vivion (1714-1790), listed lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Georgia, and elsewhere.

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