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In memory of Susanna Treat, my Maternal 10th Great-Grandmother on the HARVEY branch.


  • Genealogical and biographical records of American families, representative citizens: Massachusetts, 1928. [Link]
  • History and genealogy of the Gov. John Webster family of Connecticut, with numerous portraits and illustrations, by William H. Webster, 1915. [Link]
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Susanna Treat

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1629 Oct 8

Pitminster, Taunton Deane Borough, Somerset, England


1653 Nov 10




1705 Nov

Hartford, Connecticut

Ancient Burying Ground

Hartford, Connecticut


Susanna Treat was born in Pitminster, Taunton Deane Borough, Somerset, England, in 1629. She was baptized there on October 8, 1629. She married Robert Webster on November 10, 1653, and died in Hartford, Connecticut, in November of 1905, aged 76 years. She is buried in the Ancient Burying Ground in Hartford.


Her last will and testament can be found on page 26 of History and genealogy of the Gov. John Webster family of Connecticut. [Link]


Susanna Treat & Robert Webster were the parents of my ancestor,

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