I was born in 1810, May 13, state of Vermont, Franklin County, town Fletcher, son of Cyril and Sally Call. Cyril was the son of Joseph; Joseph was the son of John. Cyril was born in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont, June 29, 1785; Joseph was born in Oxford, Worcester County [Massachusetts?], 1745. My mother was […]
by Willard Call This brief introduction of my wife, the mother of fourteen of my children is undertaken with no thought of it ever reaching outside or beyond the limits of her own children.
Robert Bezzant was christened 8 August 1790, the son of William Bezzant and Ann Bewley (Bishop’s Transcripts of Clyffe Pypard, Wiltshire, England). Sarah Loveday or Lowder was christened 25 September 1796, the daughter of Jonathan Loveday or Lowder and Sarah Tuck. Her family used the two surnames interchangeably. They grew up in the small hamlet […]
Matthew Bezzant was born in Broadtown, Wiltshire, England Aug. 10, 1826. He was reared a member of the Church of England. While still a boy he moves to Wales where he was employed by Squire Surrage, as a farmer for fourteen years. He was baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter […]
Matthew was born in Wilshire, England in 1826. He was a member of the Church of England, and while a young man moved to Wales where he worked as a farm laborer for 14 years. He and his first wife, Ann Savior had 4 children and joined the church together. During the early 1860s he […]
Maria Ann Cook Bezzant was born at Lowestoft, Soffolk Co. Engl. on March 27, 1837. She was the daughter of Cotton and Emily Green Cook. Her father was a Methodists Minister and she was raised in a very religious home. Her parents were very sincere in their belief, especially her father and he raised his […]