Jonathan, son of John and Mary doomis) Buell. was born at Lebanon, December 13, 1717, and he and his wife are buried at Goshen. He served in the revolution, and was known as Captain Jonathan. He came to Litchfield with his father in 1720, and when the town of Goshen was laid out it was found that the line of division between it and Litchfield ran through his house, and he and his wife became members of the church at Goshen. They had ten children, among whom were: Jonathan Jr., served in the revolution; Timothy, see elsewhere.