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Jonas Weed came to America on the Arabella in 1630 and was in Stamford in 1642. He lived on the north corner of what is now West Main Street and River Street, which is now Washington Blvd.

Links to Weed Family Data

(As with all other genealogical data found on the net, use only as a guide and verify wherever possible, using Vital Records, etc.)

Please refer to Stamford Families for a searchable database of all Stamford families, including Weed.

Descendants of Jonas Weed - Part One --This text file contains five generations of Weeds. I compiled this data from Barbour Index and Probate records and cemetery inscriptions, as well as from "History of The Weed and Allied Familes" by Charles A. Weed and genealogies of other Stamford families.

Descendants of Jonas Weed - Part Two -- This file continues the Weed family records from generation six to ten.

Barbour Index Entries for Stamford Weeds--This text file contains the births, marriages and deaths of Weeds inStamford between 1641 and 1853. The Barbour Index entries are alphabetizedby first name.

Weed Entries in Huntington's Registration --This text file contains the births, marriages and deaths of Weeds in Stamford between 1641 and 1797. The entries in Huntington's Registration are listed in chronological order by individual family unit.

Anyone wishing to contribute genealogies for this family should email  Barbara Kaye.


Ref: The Early Settlement of Stamford, Connecticut by Jeanne Majdalany


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