Shubael Geer

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Shubael Geer, son of Thomas Geer and Deborah Davis, was born at Enfield, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, about 1683.1

Shubael married Sarah Abbe, daughter of Thomas Abbe and Sarah Fairfield, at Enfield, 27 January 1702/3.2,1,3

Shubael Geer was active in the affairs of Enfield, serving at various times as fence-viewer, field-driver, surveyor of highways, searcher and gager of casks, and constable.

The Geer Genealogy states he was in Capt Appleton's company at the Great Swamp fight, but that is an obvious error as Shubael was not even born when that event occurred.4


Sarah Abbe b. 31 Mar 1684, d. 16 Feb 1732
  • Shubael Geer3,1,5 b. 1 Dec 1703, d. 15 Mar 1703/4
  • Sarah Geer3,1,5 b. 5 Jan 1704/5
  • Deborah Geer3,1,6 b. 17 Aug 1707, d. 12 Aug 1794
  • Mary Geer3,1,7 b. 10 Mar 1709/10
  • Tabitha Geer3,1,8 b. 21 Jul 1712, d. 30 Aug 1746
  • Bathsheba Geer+9,3,10 b. 16 Jan 1714/15, d. 28 Jan 1763
  • Shubael Geer3,1,11 b. 26 May 1717, d. aft. 1790
  • Elizabeth Geer3,1,12 b. 15 Jan 1719/20, d. 20 Oct 1757
  • Thomas Geer3,1,13 b. 1 Jul 1722, d. 1751
  • Anna Geer3,1,13 b. Dec 1725, d. 15 Feb 1764
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  1. [S330] Walter Geer, The Geer Genealogy: A Historical Record of George and Thomas Geer and Their Descendants in the United States from 1623 to 1923 (New York, New York: Brentano's, 1923), 299-300, further cited as Geer, Geer 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), 2:1766, further cited as Allen, History of Enfield.
  3. [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.
  4. [S330] Geer, Geer Genealogy, 299.
  5. [S328] Allen, History of Enfield, 2:1592.
  6. [S328] Allen, History of Enfield, 2:1594.
  7. [S328] Allen, History of Enfield, 2:1595.
  8. [S328] Allen, History of Enfield, 2:1597.
  9. [S330] Geer, Geer Genealogy, 303-304.
  10. [S328] Allen, History of Enfield, 2:1599.
  11. [S328] Allen, History of Enfield, 2:1601.
  12. [S328] Allen, History of Enfield, 2:1603.
  13. [S328] Allen, History of Enfield, 2:1642.