Christening: 28 AUG 1584 at St. Andrew and St. Mary Church at Pitminster, Somerset Co, England
Note: Picture of Church in Pitminster, Somerset Co, England on the right
Marriage: 27 APR 1615 Pitminster, Somerset Co, England
Birth of Daughter: 19 MAR 1615/16 (baptism)
Name: Honor Treat
Birth of Daughter: 24 MAY 1618 (baptism)
Name: Joanna Treat
Birth of Daughter: 03 DEC 1620 (baptism)
Name: Sarah Treat
Birth of Son: 09 SEP 1623 (baptism)
Name: Richard Treat
Birth of Son: 25 FEB 1623/24 (baptism)
Name: Robert Treat
Birth of Daughter: 25 JUL 1627 (baptism)
Name: Elizabeth Treat
Birth of Daughter: 08 OCT 1629 (baptism)
Name: Susanna Treat
Birth of Daughter: 16 FEB 1630/31(baptism)
Name: Alice Treat
Details: Buried as an infant at Pitminster, 02 AUG 1633
Birth of Son: 20 JUL 1634 (baptism)
Name: James Treat
Birth of Daughter: 29 JUN 1637
Name: Katherine Treat
Immigration: ABT 1637
Details: Richard, wife Alice and all of their known children at the time immigrated circa 1637 to New England and settled at Wethersfield, Conn.
Details: Was one of the first settlers of Wethersfield, Connecticut and was an extensive landowner in the town (over 900 acres). He represented Wethersfield in the first general court in 1637.
Appointed by the General Court: 1642
Details: To superintend building a ship and to collect a revenue for that object.
Juror: 15 JUN 1643
Details: A high position then, generally occupied only by the most prominent persons
Grand Juror: 15 SEP 1643
Deputy: APR 1644
Details: Was annually elected for fourteen years, up to 1657/58.
Note: On Oct. 25,1644, he and Mr. Wells were the committee and the revenue collectors of the Fenwick tax a fund for the support of students in the college at Cambridge
Note: In 1654, he was chosen on a committee to lay out lands granted by the town
Assistant Magistrate of the Colony: 1658 to 1665
Note: Was named in the royal charter of Charles II as one of the original patentees of the Charter of the Colony of Connecticut.
Note: In 1660, he was elected a townsman, an office answering to the present selectmen
Will: 03 MAR 1669/70
Death: 27 APR 1669/1670 Wethersfield, Hartford Co, Connecticut
Will Proved: 14 FEB 1668/69
Details: A person’s estate inventory was typically taken within a matter of days after death, but Richard’s is undated. It was taken by three men, two of whom were his sons-in-law: John Deming and Robert Webster.
Parents are Robert Treat and Honoria ?