Ebenezer Weed

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Ebenezer Weed, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), married, as her 2nd husband, Hannah (Anna) Foote, daughter of John Foote and Sarah Prindle, between 1761 and 1771.1,2

As their "father-in-law," Ebenezer was appointed guardian of Hannah and Abraham's two younger sons, 26 August 1771 and 1 January 1772, respectively. By implication, Hannah must have married Ebenezer sometime before then, though there seems to be no surviving record of the marriage.3,2


Hannah (Anna) Foote b. 1727
  • Levi Weed4 b. 23 May 1773
  • Abel Weed4 b. 20 Aug 1775
This person was last edited on22 Feb 2023


  1. [S13] James W. Towner, A Genealogy of the Towner Family: the Descendants of Richard Towner, who came from Sussex County, Eng., to Guilford, Conn., before 1685(Los Angeles, California: Times-Mirror Printing & Binding House, 1910), 41-42, further cited as Towner, Towner Family.
  2. [S2614] Town Hall, Danbury, Connecticut, Probate records, 1744-1916, 2:410, FHL microfilm 4024, img 361, further cited as Danbury Probate Records.
  3. [S13] Towner, Towner Family, 42.
  4. [S1959] Ancestry.com, Connecticut Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920,, (database online at ancestry.com): Provo, Utah, 2013, 23:321, viewed Feb 2023, original data: Connecticut State Library, Church Records Index, Hartford, Connecticut.