Bathsheba Sexton

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Bathsheba Sexton, daughter of Charles Sexton and Bathsheba Geer, was born at Enfield, Connecticut, 14 September 1741.1,2 She died at Troy, Rensselaer Co., New York, 27 July 1828,3,4,5 and was buried at the Old North Cemetery, Hartford, Connecticut.5

Bathsheba married Noah Washburn, son of Edward Washburn and Judith Rickard, at Hartford, Connecticut, 14 November 1765.6


Noah Washburn b. 15 Jun 1740, d. 7 Aug 1811
  • Noah Washburn7 b. 28 Sep 1766
  • Eleazer Washburn7 b. 13 Nov 1768
  • Sarah Washburn+7 b. 5 Dec 1770, d. 13 Jul 1818
  • John Washburn7 b. 27 Dec 1772, d. bef. 1804
  • Hannah Washburn7 b. say 1774, d. 19 Jan 1858
  • Abigail Washburn7 b. 11 Dec 1776, d. 21 Jan 1805
  • Charles Washburn7 b. say 1778, d. 2 May 1830
  • Hepzibah Washburn7 b. say 1780, d. 1 Oct 1819
  • Rebecca Washburn7,6 b. 7 Mar 1785, d. 28 May 1857
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  1. [S48] Cleveland Abbe and Josephine Genung Nichols, Abbe-Abbey Genealogy: In Memory of John Abbe and His Descendants (New Haven, Connecticut: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1916), 25, further cited as Abbe and Nichols, Abbe-Abbey Genealogy.
  2. [S328] Francis Olcott Allen, The History of Enfield: Compiled from all the Public Records of the Town Known to Exist, Covering from the Beginning to 1850: Carefully Compared and Attested by the Town Clerk Together with the Graveyard Inscriptions and Those Hartford, Northampton and Springfield Records Which Refer to the People of Enfield (3 vols., Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Wickersham Printing, 1900), 2:1628, further cited as Allen, History of Enfield.
  3. [S2313] "Obituary notices appearing in Troy newspapers, 1797-1860", (Typescript, Troy Public Library, Troy, New York, 1938), Troy Budget, 1 August 1838, 3:3, FHL Film/Fiche #1437397, item 3, img #808, further cited as "Troy obituary notices."
  4. [S1493] Died, American Mercury, Hartford, Connecticut, 9/2/1828,, Hereinafter cited as American Mercury.
  5. [S315] Connecticut, Charles R. Hale Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, Burials: Old North Cemetery, 1803-1932 p.224, FHL microfilm 3339, further cited as Hale Collection.
  6. [S313] Lucius Barnes Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing, 1977), 635, further cited as Barbour, Families of Early Hartford.
  7. [S1032] Connecticut, Probate Files Collection, Early to 1880, Hartford district, no file number, FHL microfilm 1022263, further cited as Connecticut Probate Files.