- Richard Voar of Windsor, Connecticut. Richard was born in England before 1630. He was a member of Rev. John Warham's church and was one of the founders of Windsor. He died 22 November 1683, and his wife Ann died fifteen days later, on 7 December. They had four daughters. Richard and Ann were my tenth great-grandparents.
- Mary Voar, who married Alexander Alvord on 29 October 1646 in Windsor, Connecticut.
Savage, James, John Farmer, and O. P. Dexter. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. Boston: Little, Brown and Co, 1860:
VORE, or VOAR, RICHARD, Windsor, bef. 1640, had been at Dorchester 1635, where he came, perhaps with Warham, in 1630, brot. from Eng. a fam. tho. neither their number, nor the ship, nor yr. in wh. they came, is kn. but of four ds. m. at W. two and prob. three at W. must have been b. bef. he arr. Mary m. 29 Oct. 1649, Alexander Alford; Lydia m. 29 June 1649, Nathaniel Cook; Sarah m. 1653, Benjamin Parsons; and Abigail, wh. was prob. b. at W. m. 27 Mar. 1662, Timothy Buckland. He d. 22 Nov. 1683, hav. been in 1660, excus. from watch and ward, was in the freemen's list 1669; and his wid. d. 15 days aft. him. This name was mistak. by Dr. Harris as Vose.William Montgomery Clemens, American Marriage Records Before 1699. Pompton Lakes, New Jersey: Biblio Company, 1926, p. 23.
Cutter, William Richard. New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial; A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of Commonwealths and the Founding of a Nation. New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co, 1913. (Vol. 4, p. 2171, col. 2.)