Previously, it had been proposed that Lewis Waterbury (1814-1907) may have been the son of Lewis Waterbury (1783-1872) and Polly (1776-1862). This proposal has since been disproven and new evidence has made it apparent that Lewis Waterbury (1814-1907) is actually the son of Moses Waterbury (1770-1850) and Keziah Weed (1772-1868).
The Reeds, Olmsteads, and others in this branch of the family came from (West) Norwalk rather than Stamford.
Cary Leeds came from Groton. He may have gone to sea for some time before settling in Stamford around 1720.
Selleck and Scofield were prominent names among the early settlers of Stamford, Conn., but nothing is known about hs parents. His ancestors may have moved into Westchester County, New York State during the 18th century.
If anyone has any information on the parents of Henry Selleck Scofield. please contact Bill Luken at
Miss Lambert came from Scotland. She married Henry S. Scofield in Manhattan in 1850. After that, they moved to Stamford or Darien.
"Belle" married William Fleming and her grave stone is inscribed as "Bell W. Fleming".