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FOREWORD 

From the time of Marmion and William the Conqueror 
(1066) to Everett Aborn Bradway (1918) twenty-six gen- 
erations have appeared upon the stage. 

Accepting the historic statement that both William the 
Conqueror and Marmion were decendants (6th generation) 
from a common ancestor Rollo (860) , Everett Aborn Brad- 
way can trace his ancestry for thirty-two generations, over 
a space of 1 058 years, or more than one half of the Chris- 
tian era, 

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CRESTS. 

1 . A sword erect arg. hilt and pommel or. 
2 A lion passant arg. crowned or. 
3. Scalp of a hare, ears erect ppr. 

ARMS. 

1. Dymoke. Sa. two lions passant arg. crowned or. 

2. Ludlow. Az. three lions passant guardant arg. 

3. Marmion. Vair on a fess gu. frette or. 

4. Kilpeck. Sa. a sword point downwards arg. hilt and pommel or (Sic 
inD8). 

5. Hebden. Ermine, five fusils in fess gu. 

6. Rye. Gu. on a bend arg. three ears of rye sa. 

7. Welles. Or, a lion rampant queue fourche sa. 

8. Waterton. Barry of six ermines and gules, three crescents sa. 

9. Engaine. Gules, a fesse dancette, between six cross crosslets or. 

1 0. Sparrow. Arg. Six sparrows sa. three two and one, on a chief indented 
gu. two swords in saltire points upward arg. hilts and pommels or be- 
tween two lions heads erased of the last 

1 1 . Talboys. Arg. a saltire gules, on a chief of the second three escallops 
of the field. 

1 2. Barraden. Gu. on a bend arg. three cinquefoils sa. 

13. Fitzwith. Gules, two bendlets or. 

14. Umfraville. Gules, a cinquefoil between eight cross crosslets or. 

1 5. Kyme. Gules a chevron between nine cross crosslets or. 

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Everett Anderson Aborn was born at Elling- 
ton, Conn., Dec. 31st, 1859. Educated at Mon- 
son Academy, Monson, Mass., Amherst Col- 
lege, Amherst, Mass., A. B. 1883, A. M. 18S6, 
Union College of Law, Chicago, 111., L. L. B. 
1887. Unmarried. Practicing law in Chica- 
go (1921). 



Residence: 5927 
Chicago, Illinois. 



Washington Boulevard, 
Summer Home: Crystal Lake, Conn. 



Clubs: Town and Country Club, Chicago, 
Beta Theta Pi Club, New York 
Shrine Club, Hartford. 

Societies: Elks, Odd Fellows, Blue Lodge, 
Chapter, Council, Knights Temp- 
lar, Mystic Shrine, Consistory, 
Phi Delta Phi, Beta Theta Pi, 
Mayflower Descendants, Sons of 
American Revolution, Chicago 
Bar Association. 



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C. Walton Aborn was born at Ellington, 
Conn., July 14, 1876. Educated at Rockville 
High School (1894). Estimator, Isaac G. 
Johnson & Co., Spuyten Duyvil, New York 
City. Married. Georgia A. Emery of Barre, 
Vt., who died February 16, 1920. 

ISSUE. 

Lucius Emery (13) and Lora Worthley, born 
May 30, 1907. 

Residence: Spuyten Duyvil, New York 

City. 

Summer Home: Crystal Lake, Conn. 

Clubs: Nipnichsen Club. 

Societies: Masonic Order, Odd Fellows, 
Encampment, Mayflower De- 
scendants, Sons of American 
Revolution. 



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LINEAGE. 

Paternal grand-parents Lucius Aborn and Lora Anderson. 
Maternal grand-parents Warren Richardson and Luna Dimock. 



ABORN 

Three Aborn brothers came from Holland. Samuel settled in Salem, 
Mass., Reuben settled in Providence, R. I. and John settled in New London, 
Conn. 

1. 

1. Samuel Aborn was an early settler of Salem Village, Mass. He was 
born about 1611. He married Catherine Smith of Marblehead, Mass. 

Issue 
Samuel, Joseph, Moses, Mary, Rebecca, Hannah and Sarah. 



2. Moses Aborn, born in 1645, baptized in First Salem. Church June 6th, 
1648, removed to Lynn, Mass., 1678. He married Sarah Haines and 
later Abigail Gilbert of Ipswich. 

Issue 

Moses, Joseph, Sarah, Abigail, Thomas, Hannah, Mary, John, Samuel 
and Ebenezer. 



3. Samuel Aborn was born in Lynn, Mass., March 19, 1692. Married 
Martha Bancroft and later Sarah Needham of Salem, Mass. 

Issue 
John, Samuel, Sarah, Jane, Susanna, and William. 

4. 

4. Samuel Aborn baptized June 4th, 1727 in First Church Salem, married 
Nov. 7, 1753 to Mary Ingham of Hebron, live in Tolland, Conn. 

Issue 

Martha, Samuel, Mary died in infancy, Mary, John, Dorcas, Elizabeth, 
Ruth and Reuben. 

5. 

5. John Aborn was born in Tolland, Conn., June 23, 1761. Married June 
28, 1796 to Sarah Russell of Ellington, Conn. 

Issue 

Sallie, Laura, John G., Hannah, Dan, Reuben, Lucius, Parkil, Madison, 
Morton and Maria. 

6. 

6. Lucius Aborn was born in Tolland, Conn., Oct. 13, 1806. Married 
April 13, 1835 to Lora Anderson (16) of Willington. Died April 30, 
1897 at Ellington, Conn. 



Issue 
Lora S., Lucius A., and Martha L. 



7. Lucius A. Aborn was born in Tolland, Conn., June 3, 1838. Died 
March 20, 1916 at Ellington, Conn. Married Sept. 23, 1858 to Caroline 
C. Richardson, who died March 22, 1916. Both were laid to rest March 
23, 1916 in the cemetery over-looking Crystal Lake. 

Though the granite shall crumble 
The waves shall chant their requiem 
Until time shall be no more. 

Issue 
Everett A., Warren L., Martha C. and C. Walton. 

8. 

8. Everett Anderson Aborn. 



8., Warren Lucius Aborn was born June 8, 1862 at Stafford, Conn. Mar- 
ried July 30, 1889 at Chicago to Jennie C. Neafus. Died Sept. 11, 
1899 at Chicago, 111. 

Issue 
Truby N. 

10. 
8. Maitha Caroline Aborn was born Nov. 5, 1872 at Ellington, Conn. 
Married Dec. 25, 1894 to Walter H. Skinner of Rockville, Conn. 

Issue 

Lucile A. (Brad way) born Oct. 30, 1898. Everett W., born Jan. 9, 
1903. Warren H., born Nov. 8, 1904. Walton A., born April 26, 1906. 

11. 

8. C. Walton Aborn. 

12. 

9. Truby N. Aborn was born in Chicago July 11, 1890. Married Aug. 16, 
1919 to Gail E. Gibons. 

13. 

9. Lucius E. Aborn was born in Hartford, Conn., June 1, 1901. 



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ANDERSON 



14. 



1. Robert Anderson appears in Mansfield, Conn., about 1722. His 
wife's name was Abigail who died Sept. 15, 1743. 

Issue 
Abigail, Mary, George and Perez. 

15. 

2. George Anderson was born Feb. 23, 1726. Married. Abigail Brown 
of Windham, Conn., March 23, 1749. 

Issue 

Thomas, -died Oct. 1754, Rubee, Stephen, Jerusha, Thomas, William, 
Lemuel, Elizabeth, Luther and Calvin. 

16. 

3. Thomas Anderson was born in Willington, Conn., June 24. 1758 
Married Sarah Goodell and Alice Whitmore. Died March 30, 1835. 

Issue 

Lester, Sylenda, Thomas, Lora, Jacob, Ira, Willard, Hannah, Alice, 
Abigail, Otis, George and Alfred. 

17. 

4. Lora Anderson was born Dec. 24, 1802 and died July 6. 1891 at 
Ellington, Conn.„Married April 13, 1835 to Lucius Aborn (6). 

18. 

5. Lucius A. Aborn (7). 

19. 

6. Everett Anderson Aborn. 

20. 
6. C. Walton Aborn. 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Thomas Anderson (16) with his father, George and six brothers en- 
listed May 6, 1775 in General Israel Putnam's 3rd Regt. 5th. Co. Thomas 
Knowlton, Ashford, Conn., Captain. They were engaged in the battle of 
Bunker Hill, and discharged Nov. 1, 1775. 

History of Ancient Windsor, Conn. War of the Revolution. Page 55. 

RICHARDSON. 

21. 

1. Ezekiel Richardson was born in England and married Susanna 
Bradford of the same place. Died Oct. 21, 1647 at Woburn, Mass. 

Issue 
Phebe, Theophilus, Josich, John, Jonathan, James and Ruth. 



22. 

2 Theonhilus Richardson was bom Dec. 22, 1633 at Chartestown, 
MaS P MarrSd Mary Champney of Cambridge, Mass. Died Dec. 
28, 1674 at Woburn, Mass. 

Issue 
Ezekiel, Mary, Sarah, Abigail, Hannah, John, Hester, Ruth and 
Bridget. 

23. 
* Tnhn Richardson was born Jan. 16, 1667 at Woburn, Mass. Married. 
3 - Deborah ^Brooks o?Woburn. Died Oct. 29, 1749, Woburn, Mass. 

ISSU.6 

Mary, John, Deborah, Sarah, Josiah, Nathan, Eunice, Lidia, and 
Hezekiah. 

24. 
4. John Richardson was born Dec. 29, 169?, w oburn Mass ™°™£ 
Abigail Swan 1714, Cambridge, Mass. Died Nov. 15, 1745, Woburn. 
Mass. 

Issue 
Gershom, Abigail, Ezra, Jasher, Deborah and Abijah. 

25. 

5 Gershom Richardson was born May 4, 1715 Woburn Mass. Mar- 
ried Jerusha Royce, 1743, Abigail Fuller, 1759. Died July 31, 1788, 
Stafford, Conn. 

Issue of Jerusha. 
Nathan, Jerusha, Isaac, Reuben and Isaac. 

Issue of Abigail. 
Seth, Gershom, John and Sarah. 

26. 

6 John Richardson was born Sept. 28, 1763 at Stafford, Conn Mar- 
ried Judith Burroughs Feb. 7, 1792. Died April 28, 1839 at Stafford, 
Conn. 

Issue 
Warren, John, William, Alice, Collins, Marvin and Orson. 

27. 

7. Warren Richardson was born Nov. 3, 1794 at Stafford Conn Mar- 
ried Luna Dimock (43) Feb. 1833. Died March 20, 1872, Stafford, 
Conn. 

Issue 
Mariette L., Eliza L., Adelia E., Collins W., Caroline C, Merrick A., 
Gordon M., and Janette A. 

28. 

8. Caroline C. Richardson (7) was born at Stafford, Conn., July 31, 1838. 

29. 

9. Everett Anderson Aborn. 

30. 
9. C Walton Aborn. 



MARMYUN— DYMOKE— DiMOCK. 

Both William, afterwards called the Conqueror, and the Marmions 
were descendants (6th generation) from a common ancestor, Rollo (A. D. 
860) called "the ganger" from his marvellous activity. 



******* 



When William came over to seek his fortune in England he brought 
with him, as might have been expected, his Champion, Sir Robert Mar- 
mion, the Sire or Lord of Fontenay. 

******* 

The present Champion is a lineal descendant of Sir Philip Marmion 
.through the lady whose marriage with the Gloucester Knight in the days 
of Edward III., is the link that connects the houses of Dymoke and Mar- 
mion. 

There is no doubt that Sir Philip Marmion was directly descended 
irom the great Robert Dispensator, who accompanied William of Nor- 
mandy in his descent upon England in the year 1066. 

Scrivelsby, The Home of the Champions (infra). 

31 

1. Robert Marmyun — Milisent temp. William Conq. (1066) 

32. 

2. Robert Marmyun — Maud DeBeauchamp. 

33. 

3. Robert Marmyun — 1st wife Maud. 

34. 

4. Robert Marmyun 

35. 

5. Philip Marmyun — 2nd wife Mary. 

36. 

6. Joane Marmyun — Sir Thomas De Ludlow Knt. 

37. 

7. Thomas De Ludlow — Catherine. 

38. 

8. Margaret De Ludlow— Sir John Dymoke, Knt. 

Sir John Dymoke Knt. First of his name King's Champion at the 
coronation of Richaid II. (1367). 

39. 

9. Sir Thomas Dymoke, Champion to Henry IV. and V. 

40. 
10. Sir Philip Dymoke, Champion to Henry VI. 



41 

11. Sir Thomas Dymoke, Champion to Edward IV. 

42. 

12. Sir Robert Dymoke, Champion to Richard III. Henry VII. and VIII. 

43. 

13. Sir Edward Dymoke, Champion to Edward VI. and Mary and Eliza- 
beth. 

44. 

14. Arthur Dymoke (Youngest Son). 

45. 

15. Edward Dymoke (Pinchback, England). 

Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of New England, Vol. II. p. 51. 
American Biography Vol. III. p. 74 Scrivelsby, The Home of the 
Cnampions, American Branch of the Dymoke Family, Rev. Samuel 
Lodge M. A. Canon of Lincoln and Rector of Scrivelsby 2nd Edition, 
London. 

46. 

16. Thomas Dimock— Ann Hammond. (Born about 1610, England). 

47. 

17. Shubael Dimock— Joanna Bursley. Born 1644 Barnstable, Mass. 

48. 

18. John Dimock— Abigail Lumber. Born 1666, Barnstable, Mass. 

49. 

19. Timothy Dimock— Ann Bradford (60). Born 1693, Mansfield, Conn. 

50. 

20. John Dimock— Hannah Smith. Born 1727, Mansfield, Conn. 

51. 

21. Abner Dimock— Love Newell. Born 1767, Stafford, Conn. 

52. 

22. Luna Dimock— Warren Richardson. Born 1801, Stafford, Conn. 

53. 

23. Caroline C. Richardson — Lucius A. Aborn. 

54. 

24. Everett A. Aborn — Unmarried. 

55. 
24. Martha C. Aborn— Walter H. Skinner. 

56. 
24. C. Walton Aborn— Georgia A. Emery. 



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61. 

25. Lucile A. Skinner — Carl Bradway. Married November 29, 1917. 

58. 

26. Everett Aborn Bradway — Born Dec. 24, 1918. 

MAYFLOWER DESCENDANTS. 

59. 

1. William Bradford, 1590-1657. Governor 1621. Wife drowned. Their 
son, 

60. 

2. William Bradford, married, widow Wiswall. Their son, 

61. 

3. Joseph Bradford, born at Kinston, Mass., about 1674, died at New 
London, Conn., Jan. 16, 1747, married on Oct. 5, 1698 to Anna Fitch, 
who died at Lebanon, Conn., on Oct. 17, 1715. Their daughter, 

62. 

4. Anna Bradford, born at Lebanon, Conn., on July 26, 1699, married at 
Mansfield, Conn., on August 15th, 1723 to Timothy Dimock, born at 
Mansfield, Conn., on July 16, 1693, died in 1783. Their son, 

63. 

5. John Dimock, born at Mansfield, Conn., March 24, 1727, died at Staf- 
ford, Conn., in 1800, married at Mansfield, Conn., on Jan. 17, 1753 to 
Hannah Smith born in 1734, died at Stafford on May 26, 1777. Their 
son, 

64. 

6. Abner Dimock born at Stafford, Conn., August 8, 1767, died at West 
Stafford in 1842, married to Love Newell born at Ellington, Conn., in 
1767, died Oct. 14, 1846. Their daughter, 

65. 

7. Luna Dimock (43) born at Stafford, Conn., on Nov. 8, 1801, died 
at Stafford, Conn., Sept. 19, 1853, married at Stafford, Conn., in Feb. 
1833 to Warren Richardson, born at Stafford, Conn., on Nov. 3, 1794, 
died at Stafford, March 20, 1872. Their daughter. 

66. 

8. Caroline C. Richardson, born at Stafford, Conn., on July 31, 1838, 
died at Ellington, Conn., on March 22, 1916, married at Stafford, Conn! 
on Sept. 23, 1858 to Lucius A. Aborn (7). Their sons, 

67. 

9. Everett Anderson Aborn. 

68. 
9. C. Walton Aborn. 



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Genealogical Dictionary of New England. 

Burkes (1914) Landed Gentry of Great Britain. 

The Essex Antiquarian. 

Bakers Montville. 

Hine's Early Lebanon. 

Connecticut Genealogy. 

Mansfield Records. 

Beers Biographical Records. 

Stiles Ancient Windsor. 

Waldo's History of Tolland. 

Posterity of Ezekiel Richardson. 

Scrivelsby, The Home of the Champions. 

American Biography Vol., III. Page 74 (Pub. 1918) 



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