Index

My maps

In making this website, I have made several maps to locate places important to the Dibble/Dibblee family. These are scattered throughout the website, but I have also gathered them together here.

West Country England
Massachusetts Bay Colony towns to 1635
Towns involved in settlement of Connecticut River mid 1630's
Places in Connecticut connected with the Dibblees
Places connected with Rev. Frederick Dibblee and others
Places mentioned in Rev. Frederick Dibblee's diary




West Country England

This map is on Robert Dible's page.

Robert Dible and Thomas Dible came from the West Country. It is not known exactly where, but Glastonbury is a possibility. The first ship for Dorchester, Massachusetts, left from Plymouth. Rev. John Warham lived in Exeter. He was on that ship. He was one of the leaders in Dorchester, Mass., and later moved to Windsor, Conn. Dorchester, Mass. was named after Dorchester, north of Weymouth. The ships of Robert and Thomas Dible both left from Weymouth.

Places in the West Country, England, relevant to sailing to New England




Massachusetts Bay Colony towns to 1635

This map is on Settlement of Massachusetts Bay and Move to Connecticut.

Robert Dible and Thomas Dible came to Dorchester, in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, in the 1630's.

Massachuesett Bay Colony




Towns involved in settlement of Connecticut River mid 1630's

This map is on the Move to Connecticut.

Thomas Dible moved from Dorchester to Windsor and died in Windsor. Ebenezer Dibble the older and Wakefield Dibble were born in Windsor.

Towns involved in settlement of Connecticut River mid 1630's




Places in Connecticut connected with the Dibblees

This map is here.

The Dibbles in Connecticut are Thomas Dible, Ebenezer Dibble the older, Wakefield Dibble, Rev Ebenezer Dibblee and Frederick Dibblee (later Rev).

Towns connected with the Dibble family in Connecticut




Map of places connected with Rev. Frederick Dibblee, his son and grandson

This map is here.

Rev. Frederick Dibblee was born in Stamford. He moved north because of the American War of Independence and settled in Woodstock. George Jarvis Dibblee was born in Woodstock, and lived and died in Fredericton. Frederick Lewis Dibblee, senior was born in Fredericton. His wife lived in Moncton, and her family came from Halifax.

Map of places connected with Rev. Frederick Dibblee, his son and grandson




Places mentioned in Rev. Frederick Dibblee's diary

This map is here.

Rev. Frederick Dibblee was Rector of Woodstock for 35 years and died there. George Jarvis Dibblee was born in Woodstock, and lived and died in Fredericton. Frederick Lewis Dibblee, senior was born in Fredericton.

Map of places mentioned in Rev. Frederick Dibblee's diary