Nathaniel Hooker 1671-1711

33 Nathaniel Hooker (Samuel,2 Thomas1), son of Rev.
Samuel and Mary (Willet) Hooker of Farmington, Conn., born
Sep. 18, 1671, at Farmington, Conn.; married Dec. 28, 1698,
Mary Standley, daughter of Hon. Nathaniel and Sarah
(Boozey) Standley of Hartford, Conn., born Oct. 8, 1677, at
Hartford. She had been betrothed to Roger Hooker, brother
of Nathaniel, who died April 29, 1698. Nathaniel Hooker was
a noted merchant and a prominent man at Hartford. His
place of business was on the main street, a little below the
present Centre Church, this property having originally been
the building lot of his father-in-law, who gave one half of his
lot extending from the Second Burial Ground to the little
river, to Mr. Hooker when he married.

Hartford, Connecticut

Mr. Hooker represented Hartford in the Colonial Assembly
for several years before his death, which occurred Nov. 2 1711

  1. His widow married again December 8, 1713, John
    Austin, a noted merchant of Hartford. She died at Hartford,
    Aug. 23, 1753. Mr. Austin had died at Hartford in 1743. By
    her second marriage Mary (Standley) (Hooker) Austin had
    two children, one of whom died young, the other, Mary Austin,
    married John Ellery and from her came many noted de
    scendants.

Wife

  • Mary Standley

Children

  • Mary HOOKER 1699-1765
  • Alice HOOKER 1701
  • SarahHOOKER |1704
  • Abigail HOOKER 1707
  • Nathaniel HOOKER – died as an infant
  • Nathaniel HOOKER 1710