Birth: 1595 England
Birth of Son: 1624
Name: John Comstock
Birth of Son: 1628
Name: Samuel Comstock
Place: Devon, England
Birth of Son: 1630
Name: Daniel Comstock
Birth of Daughter: 1633
Name: Elizabeth Comstock
Place: Culmstock, Devon, England
Immigration: 1635 to Massachusetts Colony with his wife, Elizabeth and four or five of his children
Moved to: Wethersfield, Connecticut shortly after immigrating
Birth of Son: 07 OCT 1635
Name: Christopher Comstock
Military: He was one of 26 men from Wethersfield in the expedition commanded by Capt. John Mason that captured the Pequot fort at Mystic, Connecticut.
Land Rec: 1647
Details: He moved his family to New London, where he had received a grant of land.
Details: He worked with John Winthrop to establish a corn mill, and in 1651 he “wrought on the mill dam”. This mill is still in existence.
Details: “Olde Goodman Comstock” was elected Sextant, “to order youth in the meeting house, sweep the meeting house and beat out dogs,” at 40 shillings per year, to dig all graves, and have 4s for an adult grave, and 2s for children.
Death: ABT 1683 New London, New London Co, Connecticut
Details: The date of his death is unknown, but the history of New London states that he lived to an old age, on Post Hill near the north corner of Williams and Vauxhall streets.
parents are William Goodman Comstock and Margaret Law
Birth: 17 OCT 1608 Devon, England
Death: AFT 1665 New London, New London Co, Connecticut
parents are unknown