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Giving the Genealogy and History of American 

Families, Tracing Their Ancestry to 

Ante-Revolutionary Times 



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fV PREFACE 

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\y\ The following-, copied from the preface of Volume I of this 
js^^^t Record, will explain itself: — 
A,^ "The method of arranging and numbering the names has been 

I adopted as the simplest for reference, and at the same time will 
'"'^j allow additional facts to be published in succeeding volumes with- 
vL-' out interfering with the present enumeration." 
^ The numbers will continue consecutively through each succeed- 
j^ ing volume, every name bearing a number for future reference, 
^ as: "Jonathan Robinson (842), son of John Robinson (841); 
I Thomas Macy (851)," etc. 

This Record commends itself to all the various patriotic and 
hereditary societies whose members trace their ancestry to those 
who participated in the Revolutionary War, and other important 
events of our country. Every successive generation, with its 
vr biography and portraiture, becoming an additional branch of the 
family tree, and by the addition of new names (with references to 
their ancestors published in preceding parts) it will be easy for 
any person to trace his ancestry through all the various branches, 
both male and female, of the earliest settler or immigrant to this 
country, or even to ancestors who resided in Europe; it there- 
fore becomes indispensable, imperishable, and invaluable to every 
possessor. 



THE 

AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL 
RECORD 

VOL. II PART I 



(841) JOHN ROBINSON. 

Killed by Indians in Haverhill, Mass., in 1675. 
CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Jonathan (842) 

(S42) JONATHAN ROBINSON. 

Son of John Robinson (841). Born and lived in Stratham, 
N. H. Married Mercy Chase. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Chase (d. in Meredith) Mercy (m. Piper, of Stratham) 

Jonathan Noah (843) 7 May, 1757 

Bradbury David (d. in Meredith) 

Thomas . Winthrop 

{843) NOAH ROBINSON. 

Son of Jonathan Robinson (842) and Mercy Chase. Born in 
Stratham, N. H., 7 May, 1757. Married, first, Nancy Wiggiri 
(844); second, Elizabeth Walker Osborne (845), in Portsmouth, 
N. H., May, 1805; third, Rosamond Taylor. 

Noah Robinson enHsted as Private about May, 1775, in the 
Second New Hampshire Regiment, commanded by Colonel Enoch 
Poor; promoted to Corporal and Sergeant in 1775; Ensign and 
Second Lieutenant in 1776; First Lieutenant in 1777; Captain- 
Lieutenant in 1779. He was in the battle of Trenton, New Jer- 
sey, 26 December, 1776, where over nine hundred Hessians were 



176 AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. (vOL. II.) 

made prisoners; in the battle of Princeton, New Jersey, 3 Janu- 
ary, 1777; in the first battle at Saratoga, New York (no doubt 
intended for the first engagement at Stillwater, 15 September, 
1777), where he was severely wounded and sent to the hospital. 
Being in the hospital several months, he sufficiently recovered so 
as to join his regiment. He was in the battle of Monmouth, 
New Jersey, 12 June, 1778, when he was so overcome by the 
prevailing excessive heat that his health was impaired to such 
a degree as to prevent labor without great pain. Upon the re- 
organization of the army, in 1781, he became a supernumerary, 
and returned home. Soon after return from the army, 1781, 
he married Nancy Wiggin (844), of Stratham, N. H. In 1782 he 
joined the privateer Bucannier as Commander of Marines, and 
made a cruise to the English Channel, which was very success- 
ful. About 1794 he moved from Stratham to Epping. In 
1789-90 he settled in New Hampton and built the Homestead 
(see engraving) in the nineties. Died in New Hampton, N. H., 
10 February, 1827. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

BY FIRST WIFE. Thomas S. (d. 19 Oct. 1880) . . 12 Dec. 1796 

Noah (d. 15 Feb. 1858) 5 Oct. 17S2 Thaddeus P. (d. 23 May, 1833) 14 May 1799 

Nancy W. (d. 3 June, 1792)... 4 Oct. 1784 by second wife. 

Enoch P. (d. 5 Sept. 1807). . . . 6 Dec. 1786 Nancy E. (d. 23 Jan. 1827) . . . 8 June 1S06 

Sally W. (m. John Swasey, d. George W. (d. 16 Dec. 1893). . 23 Feb. 1808 

II Oct. 1852) 16 Aug. 1788 Mercy C. (m. ist, Dr. Isaiah C. 

Marquis de L. (d. 21 Feb.1856) 31 Mar. 1790 Straw, 2d, Thos. S. Straw; 

Simon W. (d. 16 Oct. 1868) ... 19 Feb. 1792 d. 10 Nov. 1856) 9 Aug. 1810 

Finley W. (d. ) 18 Feb. 1794 John Rogers (846) 23julyi8i4 

(844) NANCY WIGGIN. 

Daughter of Simon Wiggin and Hannah Marble. Born in 
Stratham, N. H., 15 April, 1760. Married Noah Robinson (843). 
Died in New Hampton, N. H., 18 August, 1808. 
CHILDREN-See (843). 

(845) ELIZABETH WALKER OSBORN. 

Daughter of George Jerry Osborne and Elizabeth Walker. 
Born 19 December, 1771. Married, first, Joseph Brown, April, 
1791; second, Noah Robinson (843), May, 1805. Died in 
New Hampton, N. H., 17 April, 1824. 

CHILDREN— See (843). 




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(849) AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 177 

(846) JOHN ROGERS ROBINSON. 

(Residence, San Francisco, Cal.) 

Son of Noah Robinson (843) and Elizabeth Walker Osborne 
(845). Born in New Hampton, N. H., 23 July, 18 14. Married, 
first, Abby Frothingham Green; second, Laura Ann Chandler 
(902), 29 October, 1864. A resident of California forty-six 
years. Subject to the vicissitudes of an early California life, 
but pretty lively for an octogenarian. Genealogist. Manager 
of American Genealogical Record Publishing Co. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birtli. Date of Birth. 

Mary Abby (d. in infancy) Clara Elizabeth (848) 15 June 1843 

Annie Mary (d. in infancy). . . 

(847) GEORGE HENRY WADLEIGH. 

(Residence, Dover, N. H.) 

Son of George Wadleigh and Sally Hidden Oilman. Born in 
Dover, N. H., 28 September, 1842. Married Clara Elizabeth 
Robinson (848). Captain in the United States Navy. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Elizabeth 15 Aug. 1870 Clara Frothingham 29 Dec. 1876 

George Robinson 11 Feb. 1875 John Winthrop 27 Dec. 1879 

(848) CLARA ELIZABETH ROBINSON. 

(Residence, West Newton, Mass.) 

Daughter of J. R. Robinson (846) and Abby F. Green. Born 
in Boston, Mass., 15 June, 1843. Married George H. Wadleigh 
(847) 12 October, 1869. 

CHILDREN— See (847). 

(849) WILLIAM BUNKER (GUILLAUME BONCOURT). 

Huguenot. Born in Nancy, the capital of the Department of 
Meurthe et Moselle, on the river Meurthe, 170 miles from Paris. 
He fled from Nancy to England to escape religious persecution 
shortly after the Massacre of St. Bartholomew. Died in England. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

George (850) 



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(850) GEORGE BUNKER. 

Son of William Bunker (849). Married Jane Godfrey. He 
was drowned in Topsfield, Mass. , while crossing a stream with a 
load of lumber. His son, William, who was with him, extricated 
the team and returned to his mother. Died 26 May, 1658. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Eliza 1646 Ann 1654 

William (852) 1648 Martha 1656 

Mary 1652 

(851) THOMAS MACY. 

Born in Chilmark, England, in 1608. Married Sarah Hop- 
cott in England; came to this country about 1635, and was one 
of the first settlers of the Island of Nantucket, and founder of 
the Macy family in the United States. See Macy genealogy, 
by S. J. Macy, 1868; Coffyn (Coffin) genealogy; Life of Tris- 
tram Coffyn (894), by Allen Coffin, 1881; History of Nantucket, 
by Obed Macy, 1835; and " Early Settlers of Nantucket," by 
Lydia S. Hinchman. Died in Island of Nantucket, 19 April, 1682. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Sarah (d. 1645) 9 July 1644 Thomas 22 Sept. 1653 

Sarah i Aug. 1646 John (899) 14 July 1655 

Mary (853) 4 Dec. 1648 Francis (d. 165S) 1657 

Bethiah (m. Jos. Gardner) — 1650 

(852) WILLIAM BUNKER. 

Son of George Bunker (850) and Jane Godfrey. Born in 
Salisbury Mass., 4 December, 1648. Married Mary Macy (853), 
II April, 1669. The family was robbed by a French crew, land- 
ing near their house, and he was forced to pilot their vessel clear 
of the shoals. Died 26 June, 17 12. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

George(m. Deborah Coffin).. 22 Apr. 167 1 Jabez (854) 7 Mar. 1678 

John 23 July 1673 Thomas. 8 Apr. 1680 

Jonathan (m. Eliz. Coffin).... 25 Feb. 1675 Benjamin 28 May 1683 

Peleg (m. Susanna Coffin).... i Dec. 1676 Mary (m. Tristram Coffin 1714) 



(857) AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. I79 

(853) MARY MACY. 

Daughter of Thomas Macy (851) and Sarah Hopcott. Born 
in SaHsbury, Mass., 4 December, 1648. Married William Bun- 
ker (852), II April, 1669. Died in Nantucket, 1729. 
CHILDREN-See (852). 

(854) JABEZ BUNKER. 

Son of William Bunker (852) and Mary Macy (853). Born 
in Nantucket, Mass., 7 November, 1678. Married Hannah 
Gardner, daughter of Nathaniel Gardner (898). Died 6 May, 
1750. His widow died 23 March, 1773. 
CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

^f {twins I (855)i5Aug.i7i3 

Silas j ( isAug. 1713 

(855) PAUL BUNKER. 

Son of Jabez Bunker (854) and Hannah Gardner. Born in 
Nantucket, Mass., 15 August, 17 13. Married Hannah Gardner, 
daughter of Samuel Gardner and Priscilla Coleman; second wife 
was Rachel Hussey, daughter of Silvanus Hussey, and widow of 
Barnabas Coleman. Died 20 August, 1795. 
CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Hezekiah (856) 23 Oct. 1737 



(856) HEZEKIAH BUNKER. 

Son of Paul Bunker (855) and Hannah Gardner. Born in 
Nantucket, Mass., 23 October, 1737. Married first wife, Peggy 
Fitzgerald (died without issue); second, Lydia Ellenwood (born 

20 , 181 1). 

CHILDREN. 

Dale of Birth. Date of Birth. 

William (85S) 19 Feb. 1789 



(857) CAPTAIN JOHN MORRIS. 

Son of Jacob Morris and Judith Coe. Born in Nantucket, 
Mass., 29 May, 1761. Married Sally Coffin, 8 February, 1787. 

He was a seaman on the brigantine Lucy, Stephen Clay, 
Commander, in 1780, and was taken a prisoner of war; kept in a 



l8o AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. (vOL. II.) 

prison-ship anchored in the harbor of St. John. He taught his 
fellow-prisoners navigation by chalking on the floor or deck; 
and when released from imprisonment, was one of a band of brave 
and determined Americans who refused to obey an order from 
British officers to drink to the health of King George. Captain 
Morris was, from first to last, an ardent and active patriot, and 
not only imperiled his life for his country, but suffered terrible 
hardships during the long term of imprisonment. Later, he was 
Captain of a merchant ship, sailing between New York and 
Europe. Naval Service, Vol. LX, p. 91, names John Morris of 
Nantucket as a seaman on the brigantine Lucy, Stephen Clay, 
Commander, on 31 May, 1780. Died 28 October, 1848. 



CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 



.(859) 



(858) WILLIAM BUNKER. 

Son of Hezekiah Bunker (856) and Lydia Ellenwood. Born 
in Nantucket, Mass., 19 February, 1789. Married Parnel C. 
Morris (859), 20 June, 18 11. Died in Nantucket, 28 March, 1866. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Roland R (860) 16 June 1822 

(859) PARNEL C. MORRIS. 

Daughter of John Morris (857) and Sally Coffin. Married 
William Bunker (858), 20 June, 1811. Died 28 March, 1866. 

CHILDREN— See (S58). 

(860) ROLAND R. BUNKER. 

(Residence, Nantucket, Mass.) 

Son of William Bunker (858) and Parnel C. Morris (859). 
Born in Nantucket, Mass., 16 June, 1822. Married first wife, 
Julia Ann Nye, daughter of George W. and Judith (Coffin) Nye; 
second wife, Emily Clark, daughter of Reuben J. Clark. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

William Mitchell (86i) 6 Nov. 1849 George W 1857 

Mary Ellenwood (d. ) 





(S6i) 



WILLIAM MLrCHI<:LL RUXKI 



S. A. R 



(86l) AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. l8l 

(86i) WILLIAM MITCHELL BUNKER. 

(Residence, San Francisco, Cal.) 

Son of Roland R. Bunker (860) and Julia A. Nye. Born in 
Nantucket, Mass., 6 November, 1849. Married Alice Booth, 
20 September, 1877. 

In 1863, Mr. Bunker, then thirteen years of age, went to San 
Francisco, and soon entered the service of the Bulletin, setting 
type, and at the same time writing letters for Eastern journals. 
For ten years he remained with the Bulletin, being at various 
times reporter, news editor, dramatic critic, and literary editor, but 
for most of the time he was city editor, a position he filled with 
signal ability. His willingness to undertake any duty assigned 
him, and his untiring zeal, rendered him a valuable member of 
the local staff, and once in pursuit of an item, he could be de- 
pended on to obtain it. Some of his best work was done in the 
Modoc War, when he surmounted many difficulties in getting his 
notes with news of the capture of Captain Jack to the Associated 
Press and the papers of which he was a regular correspondent, 
before the War Department courier got through. 

A man of remarkable activity and of varied talents, he did not 
long remain in a subordinate position; and, in 1875, purchased 
the Daily Report property, and took charge of the editorial 
department, over which he has since presided with tact, energy, 
and ability. 

Mr. Bunker is prominent in the Bohemian, Press, and Olympic 
Clubs, is active in all movements for the public good, is a con- 
tributor to the magazine literature of California, and is an inter- 
esting public speaker. 

In 1890 Mr. Bunker was chairman of the Citizens' Relief 
Committee for Unemployed and directed the collection and dis- 
bursement of a fund of $30,000, which was used in building parks 
and roads in Golden Gate Park. In 1894 he was chairman of a 
similar committee which raised and disbursed $92,000 for the same 
purpose. In 1897 Mr. Bunker was chairman of a similar com- 
mittee, which raised nearly $35,000 and built the famous Balboa 
Boulevard, and Mr. Bunker was also chairman of the Bureau of 
Foreign Commerce, appointed by delegates from the Chamber of 
Commerce, the Board of Trade, and the Manufacturers' and Pro- 



l82 AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. (vOL. II.) 

ducers' Association, and through his efforts, a special representa- 
tive was sent to the Orient. In addition to other pubHc positions, 
he holds that of President of the State Development Committee. 

(862) JAMES CUTLER. 

Born in Spranton, near Norwich, England, 1606. Married, 

first, in England, Anna (sister of Captain Grouts' wife), who 

died 30 September, 1644; second, Mary (widow of Thomas 
King), who died 7 December, 1654; third, Phoebe (daughter of 
John Page), about 1662. Emigrated to New England in 1634, 
and settled in Watertown, Mass. Afterward, in 1651, moved to 
Cambridge Farms, where he built the first house in that town. 
Died in Cambridge Farms, 17 May, 1694. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

James (863) 6 Sept. 1635 Sarah (m. Tlios. Waight) (?) 1653 

Hannah(in. John Winter, Jr.) 26 May 1638 Joanna (m. Philip Russell) (?) 1660 

Elizabeth 28 Nov. 1640 John 19 May 1663 

Mary (m. John Collar) 29 Mar. 1644 Samuel.. iS Nov. 1664 

Elizabeth (m. John Parmenter) 20 May 1646 Jemima (m. Zerubabel Snow) (?) 

Thomas (?) 1648 Phcebe (?) 

(863) JAMES CUTLER. 

Son of James Cutler (862) and Anna . Born in Water- 
town, Mass., 6 September, 1635. Married Lydia, widow of 
Samuel Wright, daughter of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass., 15 
June, 1665. Died in Cambridge Farms, Mass., 31 July, 1685. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

James 12 May 1666 John 14 Apr. 1675 

Ann (m. Richard Belois, Jr.) . 20 Apr. 1669 Thomas (864) 15 Dec. 1677 

Samuel » . f 2 May 1672 Elizabeth 14 Mar, 1681 

Joseph J 1 2 May 1672 Isaac (?) 16S4 

(864) THOMAS CUTLER. 

Son of James Cutler (863) and Lydia Moore. Born in Cam- 
bridge Farms, Mass., 15 December, 1677. Married, first, Sarah, 
daughter of Samuel Stone; second, Lydia Stone. Was one of 
the twenty slave-owners in Cambridge Farms, 1735. Died 25 
December, 1759. 



(867) AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 183 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Abigail (m. Jos. Bridge) 2junei703 Mary (m. Seth Johnson) 8 Nov. 17 14 

David (865) 28 Aug. 1705 Hannah . . 13 May 1717 

Amity (m. John Page) 19 Dec. 1707 Thomas 30 Sept. 1719 

Sarah (m. Israel Meek) 22jan. 1710 Millicent 29 July 1722 

(865) DAVID CUTLER. 

Son of Thomas Cutler (864) and Sarah Stone. Born in Lex- 
ington, Mass., 28 August, 1705. Married Mary, daughter of 
Joseph Tidd. Was surveyor of township. Died in Lexington, 
Mass., 5 December, 1760. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Abagail (m. Samuel Hodgman) 30 May 1728 Solomon 15 May 1740 

David 15 July 1730 Thomas (866) 9 May 1742 

Joseph 31 May 1733 Elizabeth (m. Benj. Moore).. . 4 Aug. 1744 

Isaac (?) June 1736 Amity (m. Nathan Leonard).. 15 July 1748 

Mary (m. John Page) 12 Apr. 173S 

(866) THOMAS CUTLER. 

Son of David Cutler (865) and Mary Tidd. Born in Lexington, 
Mass., 9 May, 1742. Married, first, Abagail, daughter of Na- 
thaniel Reed; second, Elizabeth Harrington (867). Private in 
Captain John Parker's Company of Lexington Minutemen; in 
the battle of Lexington, 19 April, 1775; Private in Captain John 
Bridge's Company, Eighth Campaign to the Jerseys, 1776. 
Died in Lexington, Mass., 3 July, 181 2, 
CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

BY FIRST WIFE. Alice (m. Nathaniel Searle). . . i June 1779 

Abagail (m. Joshua Simonds) 9 Aug. 1765 Jonas 3 Mar. 1782 

Thomas iS Mar. 1769 by second wife. 

Isaac 2 May 1771 Amos (m. Rachel Flagg) 9 Nov. 1787 

Nathaniel 18 June 1773 Betsey (m. John Bacon) 22 Oct. 1789 

Mary 18 July 1775 Leonard (868) 21 Apr. 1791 

John 10 May 1777 

(867) ELIZABETH HARRINGTON. 

Daughter of Moses Harrington and Martha . Born in 

Lexington, Mass. Married, first, Ebenezer White; second, 
Thomas Cutler (866) of Lexington, Mass, Was a sister of Caleb 
Harrington, a Private in Captain John Parker's Company ot 
Lexington Minutemen, who was killed at the battle of Lexington, 
19 April, 1775. She died in Lexington, 21 September, 1834. 
CHILDREN— See (866). 



184 AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. (VOL. II.) 

(868) LEONARD CUTLER. 

Son of Thomas Cutler (866) and Elizabeth Harrington (867). 
Born in Lexington, Mass., 21 April, 1791. Married Maria Cut- 
ter (869), 21 May, 1826. Private in Captain Sullivan's Company, 
N. E. Guards Regiment, War of 18 12, and Lieutenant in Massa- 
chusetts Volunteer Militia. Settled on the original Cutler Home- 
stead in Lexington, about 1830. A portion of this homestead 
has been in the family since 1636, and is now owned by his son, 
A. D. Cutler (870). Died in Lexington, Mass., 2 March, 1852. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Joanna Maria 22 Mar. 1S27 James Russell 4 Sept. 1838 

Cornelia Maria (m. S. R. Du- James Russell 31 Jan. 1840 

rem) 20 Aug. 1829 Cyrus Morton iS Jan. 1842 

Sarah Abbie(m. J. R.Kendall) sJuIyiSjO Etta Adine (m. John Rolff). . . (?) 1843 

Annie Bacon (m. Lewis Frederick . 4 Sept. 1844 

Spaulding) 16 Aug. 1S34 Alfred Dennis (870) 22 Feb. 1848 

Isabella (m. L. K. Aiken) 21 July 1836 

(869) MARIA CUTTER. 

(Residence, West Cambridge, Mass., now Arlington.) 

Daughter of James Cutter and Anne H. Russell. Born in 
West Cambridge, Mass., 12 October, 1803. Married Leonard 
Cutler (868), 21 May, 1826. 

CHILDREN -See (868). 

(870) ALFRED DENNIS CUTLER. 

(Residence, San Francisco, Cal.) 

Son of Leonard Cutler (868) and Maria Cutter (869). Born 
in Lexington, Mass., 22 February, 1848. Married Emma Isa- 
dora, daughter of Nathaniel Peirce, 22 May, 1870, and Abigail 
Wellington, of East Lexington. Served in the Civil War. Pri- 
vate in Company B, Sixth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. In 
1874-75, Private, Lieutenant, and Captain Massachusetts Volun- 
teer Militia. From 1886 to 1895, Lieutenant, Major, Lieutenant- 
Colonel, and Colonel National Guard of California. A resident 
of San Francisco, Cal., since 1877. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Abbie M. (m. Hubert Dyer).. lo Feb. 1871 Leonard 3 Dec. 1883 

Belle Blodgett 10 Nov. 1873 Beth 16 Jan. 1887 

Peirce 5 July 1876 




(870) 



ALFRED DENNIS CUTLER. 



S. A. R. 



(875) AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 185 

(871) SAMUEL UPHAM. 

Son of John Upham (born 1666) and Abigail Hayward (or 
Howard). Born in 169 1. Married Mary Grover. John, son of 
Lieutenant Phineas Upham (born 1635) and Ruth Wood. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Samuel (872) 1722 



(872) SAMUEL UPHAM. 

Son of Samuel Upham (871) and Mary Grover. Born in 

Maiden, Conn., 1722. Married Martha . In 1779, he was 

first on a Committee of Correspondence (Committee of Safety). 



CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

■(873) 1762 



(873) SAMUEL UPHAM. 

Son of Samuel Upham (872) and Martha . Born in 

Leicester, Mass., 1762. Married Patty Livermore. Was a sol- 
dier in the Revolutionary War under Captain Grout and Colonel 
Howe. Was also Captain {vide Vermont Historical Magazine, 
Vol. HI, p. 990). See, also, Upham Genealogy, by F. K. Up- 
ham, 1892. Died in West Randolph, Vt., 12 May, 1848. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Samuel (874) 1793 



(874) SAMUEL UPHAM. 

Son of Samuel Upham (873) and Patty Livermore. Born 
1793. Married Sally Hatch. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Marion (875) 1823 



(875) MARION UPHAM. 

Daughter of Samuel Upham (874) and Sally Hatch. Born 
1823. Married Eleazer E. Dodge (876). 

CHILDREN— See (876). 



1 86 AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. (vOL. II.) 

(876) ELEAZER E. DODGE. 

Born in Montpelier, Vt., 6 September, 1822, Married Marion 

Upham (875). 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Jared Samuel Zenas Upham (S77) 22 Nov. 1859 

Naomi Sarah 



(S77) ZENAS UPHAM DODGE. 

(Residence, 2306 Sutter Street, San Francisco, Cal.) 

Son of Eleazer E. Dodge (876) and Marion Upham (875). 
Born in Port Townsend, Wash. , 22 November, 1859. Married 
Mary Jane Jones, 24 July, 1881. Attorney and counselor at law, 
508 California street, San Francisco. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Mabel Evaline 14 Feb. 1885 

(878) JOSEPH KELLOGG. 

Married, first, about 1649, Joannah Foote, who died in Had- 
ley, Mass., 14 September, 1666; second, Abigail Terry, daughter 
of Deacon Stephen Terry of Dorchester, 9 May, 1667. 

Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg, Farmington, Conn., 1651. — Went 
to Boston in 1659; thence to Hadley, Mass., ini66i. The Second 
Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston 
(City Documents 46-1881), page 154, which has a transcript of 
I54_i55 of the old folios, states that the Town Officers chosen at 
Town Meeting for the following year, 155-12: i: 1659-60 (i. e. 
March 12) . . . " Clerkes of the Market, Joseph Kellog, 
Theo. Dewer" — (undoubtedly Lieut. Joseph K.). He com- 
manded the men of Hadley in the "Falls Fight" with the 
Indians. He joined the church in Farmington, 9 October, 1653. 
Records of Boston, October and November, 1659, Book HI, 
page 308, contain mention of Lieut. Joseph. See records of 
Hadley, Mass. See "The Williams Captivity," which says, 
" Our ancestors say he was a brave and powerful man, and the 
terror of the natives." He died in Hadley, Mass., 1707. 




(877) 



ZENAS UPHAM DODGE. 



S. A. R. 



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Elizabeth . 
Joseph . .. . 
Nathaniel 

John 

Martin. . . . 
Edward. . . 
Samuel . . 
Joannah. . . 
Sarah 



CHILDREN. 



Date of 

BY FIRST WIFE. 



.(879) 28 Sept. 1662 



Stephen .. 
Nathaniel 
Abigail , . 
Elizabeth . 
Prudence . 
Ebenezer . 
Jonathan. . 
Daniel . .. . 
Joseph . . . . 
Daniel . . . 
Ephraim . 



Date of Birth. 

BY SECOND WIFE. 



(879) DEACON SAMUEL KELLOGG. 

Son of Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg (S78) and Joannah Foote. 
Born in Hadley, Mass., 28 September, 1662. Married Sarah 
Merrill, Boston, 22 September, 1687. 

Deacon Samuel Kellogg lived in Hartford, Conn., and was 
reared by Col. Nathaniel Stanley. He bought land in the "South 
Meadow," near Hartford, in 1691; he sold the land in 1705, and 
bought in West Hartford, where he was Deacon in the Second 
Church, to which he and his wife had been admitted in 1695. 
He died about 17 17. 



Samuel 

Margaret 

Abraham 

John 

Isaac (8S0) 



CHILDREN. 
Date of Birth. 

Jacob . 



Date of Birth. 



Benjamin. 
Joseph . . . 
Daniel . . . 



(880) 



CAPTAIN ISAAC KELLOGG. 



Son of Samuel Kellogg (879) and Sarah Merrill. Born in 
Hartford, Conn., January, 1697. Married Mary Webster in 
Hartford, Conn., 26 December, 17 17. 

Captain Isaac Kellogg was first representative from New Hart- 
ford, Conn., and was elected to the same office twenty-three 
times from 1759. Was Lieutenant Fourth Company Train Band, 
October, 1736, and was commissioned Captain Train Band of 
New Hartford, May, 1744. A man of venerable appearance, 
and highly respected in the Legislature. Came to New Hart- 
ford, Conn., in 1745. Elected Justice of the Peace, 1 745-1 756, 
He died in New Hartford, Conn., 3 July, 1787. 



i88 



AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. (vOL. II.) 



CHILDREN. 
Date of Birth. 



Samuel 

Abraham (88i) 17 Jan. 172 

?vlary 

Theodocia 

Isaac 

Noah 

Joseph 



Ashbel . . 
Sarah 
Margaret 
Norn . . . . 
Esther . . . 
Huldah . . 
Esther . . . 



Date of Birth. 



i88i) 



ABRAHAM KELLOGG. 



Son of Captain Isaac Kellogg (880) and Mary Webster. Born 
in Hartford, Conn., 17 January, 1721. Married Sarah Marsh, 
New Hartford, Conn., 17 June, 1747. 





CHILDREN. 






Date of Birth. 




Date of Birth. 


Esther 




Martin 




Abraham, Jr 

Solomon 










Sarah 




ii» , , 




Truman 

EHzabeth 




EiLs h^^'"^!::: 






Phineas 


(882) 7 June 1756 







(882) 



PHINEAS KELLOGG. 



Son of Abraham Kellogg (881) and Sarah Marsh. Born in 
New Hartford, Conn., 7 June, 1756. Married Olive Fraser, in 
West Hartford, Conn., 22 January, 177S. 

Phineas Kellogg was a member of Captain John Chester's 
Company of Wethersfield Minutemen in Lexington Alarm, 19 
April, 1775. He enlisted, November, 1775, in Captain Ebenezer 
F. Bissell's Company of Colonel Huntington's Connecticut Regi- 
ment; served twelve months. Engaged at siege of Boston and 
battle of Long Island. Discharged from hospital at Newark, 
N. J., where he had been confined, sick, since the battle of Long 
Island. Applied for pension in 18 18, as Connecticut pensioner 
living in State of New York. He is believed to have seen subse- 
quent service, and to have been at West Point in 1780. Died 
in Manlius or New Hartford, N. Y., i December, 1835. 



Leonard 


CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. 


Date of Birth. 


Charles Fraser 


(883) 22 May 17S8 Nancy .... 




Phineas 






Iveturah 


Julia 





(885) SHELDON INGALLS KELLOGG, JR. S. A. R. 



(885) AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 189 

(8S3) CHARLES FRASER KELLOGG. 

Son of Phineas Kellogg (882) and Olive Fraser Born in 
New Hartford, Conn., 22 May, 1788. Married, first, Almira 
Kilbourne Harris, in Troy, N. Y., 1808, who was born, 19 
August, 1787, and died in Cincinnati, O., 1820; second, Eliza- 
beth Gaslay, of Cincinnati, O., 1822, who died in 1825; third, 
Eliza Downes, widow of William Downes, 10 February, 1827. 
He served in the War of 18 12. Died in Cincinnati, O., 7 Janu- 
ary, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

BV FIRST WIFE. Horace Edraands 

Sheldon Ingalls (884) 18 Dec. 1809 Leonard VVinthrop 

Charles Henry ... 28 Aug. 1812 Lovell Horace 

Miner Kilbourne 22 Aug. 1814 Caleb Fraser 

Almira Sop 'lia 1816 John Phineas 

BY SECOND WIFE. Sarah Eliza 

Warren Converse 

(884) SHELDON INGALLS KELLOGG. 

Son of Charles Fraser Kellogg (883^ and Almira Kilbourne 
Harris. Born in Manlius Square, N. Y., 18 December, 1809. 
Married Catherine Rayner Edmands, daughter of Captain Thos. 
Edmands, Jr. and Roxa Sprague, Boston, Mass., 13 October, 
1835. Died in East Oakland, Cal, 28 June, 1886. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Catherine Almira .... Boston, 17 Aug. 1836 Virginia Cincinnati, 31 Jan. 1S43 

Miner Edmands . .Cincinnati, 12 June 1839 Sheldon I. Jr (885) 27 Sept. 184.7 

Elizabeth Brown. .Cincinnati, 12 Apr. 1841 

(885) SHELDON INGALLS KELLOGG, JR. 

(Residence, Oakland, Cal.) 

Son of Sheldon Ingalls Kellogg (884) and Catherine Rayner 
Edmands. Born in Cincinnati, O., 27 September, 1847. Mar- 
ried Abby Ann Tubbs, daughter of Hiram and Susan A. Tubbs, 
East Oakland, Cal., 27 September, 1876. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Ethel Lois 3JuIyiS77 



190 AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD., (vOL. II.) 



(886) JOHN GRAY. 

Came from England. Had been in British Navy; had lost an 

arm; was a pensioner on half-pay. Lion couchant his family 

crest. Had six sons. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

John Gray (887) And, probably, George, Isaac, 

Joseph, and two more, whose 
names are not known. 

(887) JOHN GRAY. 

Son of John Gray (886). Born in the eastern part of New 

England, probably about 1680. Married Ruth Hebbard, 28 

April, 1704, in Beverly, Mass. She was born in Windham, 

Conn., 6 August, 1683, and was the daughter of John and Ruth 

Hebbard. After the death of her husband, and on 8 November, 

1 71 2, she married Benjamin Webster, in Beverly, Mass. He 

died 29 February, 17 12. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Ruth 5 Jan. 1704 John (888) 17 May 1707 



(888) JOHN GRAY. 

Son of John Gray (887) and Ruth Hebbard. Born in Beverly, 
Mass., 17 May, 1707. Married Anne Hebbard, at Windham, 
Conn., 26 February, 1728. In 1729, he united with the Congre- 
gational Church, at Windham, Conn. Between 1734 and 1736, 
he seems to have moved from Windham, Conn. , to Lebanon, in 
the neighboring county of New London, where he remained for 
several years, and then moved to Sharon, in Litchfield County, 
Conn. He took up arms in defence of the frontier settlements, 
and his name appears as a member of Captain Williams' Com- 
pany at Fort Massachusetts (Pittsfield, Berkshire County), in 
1755. His wife, Anne Hebbard Gray, died in Sharon, Conn., 
28 May, 1746; and 18 September, 1747, he married a widow by 
the name of Catherine Gardiner. He died in 1761. 
CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Anne iS Nov. 1729 Silas 8 May, 174S 

Joseph 12 June 1732 Sarah 4 Apr. 1750 

Adah iS Mar. 1734 Darius i8Junei752 

Nathaniel 17 Mar. 1736 William 22 May 1754 

John (889) 13 Dec. (N. S.) 1739 Daniel 4 June 1756 

Ruth 4 June 1744 James 3 Aug. 1759 

Jerusha 2 Apr. 1746 



(890) AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. I9I 

(889) JOHN GRAY. 

Son of John Gray (888) and Anne Hebbard. Born in 
Lebanon, Conn., 13 December, 1739. Considering himself 
neglected by his stepmother, he left home; he was met on the 
road by the pastor of the parish, Rev. Cotton Mather Smith, 
who took him (after hearing his story) to the Selectmen, who, 
with the consent of the father, bound him until of age to the 
pastor. He married Betsey (Elizabeth) Skeel, 16 November, 
1763, who was born at New Milford, Conn., 15 December, 1745. 
He was a staunch patriot, and the public official records show he 
was chosen to the responsible position of member of Committee 
of Public Safety for King's District, 6 May, 1777, and served 
during that year. It is said of him that when the army was in 
need, he would slaughter and send to it his last bullock. When 
the advance of Burgoyne's army required more volunteers at the 
front, he promptly shouldered his musket and joined the ranks. 
He participated in the battle of Stillwater and the triumph of 
Saratoga. He took letters from the church at Sharon, and united 
with the church at New Concord; but having become a Restora- 
tionist, was separated from it, though still a vigorous Sabbatarian 
and one of the informing officers to see to the strict enforcement 
of the Sabbath laws. He died, 22 September, 1822. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Jerusha 29 Aug. 1764 Alfred 24 Mar. 1775 

Betsey 13 Apr. 1766 Annie 8 Oct. 1776 

Mabel 10 Nov. 1767 Alfred 29 July 1778 

John 15 Dec. 1769 Edward 20 June 1780 

Edward 24 Sept. 1771 Reuben 15 Aug. 1782 

Nathaniel -(890) 14 Aug. 1773 Margaret 15 Jan. 1785 

(890) NATH.^NIEL GRAY. 

Son of John Gray (SS9) and Betsey (Elizabeth) Skeel. Born 
in Canaan, Columbia Co., N. Y., 14 August, 1773. He was a 
farmer, living an exemplary and useful life, and was an influential 
man in church and political circles. He was an elder in the 
church, and usually held some public office. He married Sarah 
Butler, in Sherburne, N. Y., 5 September, 1797, who was born 
in Weathersfield, Conn., 30 April, 1771, and died in Mt. Carroll, 
III, April, 1852. He died, 10 April, 1S45. 



192 AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. (VOL. II.) 

CHILDREN. 
Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Parnelia 4 Sept. 1798 Calvin (891) 1 Sept. 1S05 

Milan 4jan. iSoo Reuben H 3 Mar. 1816 

Francis 26 Mar. 1S03 

(S91) CALVIN GRAY. 

Son of Nathaniel Gray (890) and Sarah Butler. Born in Ger- 

vian, N. Y., i September, 1805, He married Abigail North 

Spaulding, in Franklinville, Cattaraugus Co., N.Y., 7 June, 1842, 

who was born at Lisle, Broome Co., N.Y., 14 May, 18 15. He 

was a Presbyterian minister, and engaged almost his entire life in 

the work of a home missionary. He died in Fort Dodge, la., 

20 March, 18S5. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Lyman Calvin 26 Oct. 1S43 Henry North 7julyi85i 

Carlton Rinewalt 7jan.iS47 Howard Edmund 7 Oct. 1S53 

Linus Shepard 25 July 1849 Roscoe Spaulding ..... (892) 7 Apr. 1S57 

(892) ROSCOE SPAULDING GRAY. 

(Residence, Auburn, N.Y.; Fort Dodge, la.; Oakland, Cal.) 

Son of Calvin Gray (891) and Abigail North Spaulding. Born 
in Mt. Carroll, 111., 7 April, 1S57. Married Mary Fox, at San 
Francisco, Cal., 12 May, 1887, who was a daughter of Charles 
N. Fox and Mary S. Fox, born in Redwood City, Cal., 7 Octo- 
ber, 1866. He was for years a shorthand reporter (official in 
Iowa), and for some two years with William T. Coleman in Sun 
Francisco, Cal.; admitted to the Bar in 1890. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Mary 24 Mar. 1888 Roscoe Nelson 24 Dec. T892 

Charles Calvin 4 June 1889 Kenneth. 3 Nov. 1894 

Elizabeth 13 Mar. 1891 

(893) PETER COFFYN. 

Son of Nicholas Coffyn and Joan . Born in England, 

about 1580. Married Joan Thember (or Thumber). Died in 

England, about 1627. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Tristram (854) 1605 Deborah 

John Eunice . 

Joan Mary 




ROSCOE SPAULDING GRAY. S. A. R. 



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COATOK-ARMS OF 

TRISTRAM COPT^^VN (COFFIN). 



(896) AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD, 193 

(894I TRISTRAM COFFYN (COFFIN). 

Son of Peter Coffyn (893) and Joan Thember. Born in Brix- 
ton, near Plymouth, England, about 1605. Married Dionis 
Stevens, daughter of Robert Stevens of Brixton, about 1630, 
and emigrated to America about 1642. He lived successively in 
Salisbury, Haverhill, and Newbury, Mass. ; and finally, with 
Thomas Macy (851) and others, purchased the Island of Nan- 
tucket. See "Life of Tristram Cofifyn," by Allen Coffin, Nan- 
tucket, 1 88 1, and Macy Genealogy. He died in Nantucket, 2 

October, 1681. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Peter (915) 1631 Deborah (d. S Dec. 1642) 16 Nov. 1642 

Tristram, Jr.. (917) 1632 Mary (918) 20 Feb. 1645 

Elizabeth 1634 John (896) 30 Oct. 1647 

James (895) 12 Aug. 1640 Stephen (919) 10 May 1652 

John (d. 30 Oct. 1642) 



(895) JAMES COFFIN. 

Son of Tristram Coffin (894) and Dionis Stevens. Born in 

England, 12 August, 1640. Married Mary, daughter of John 

and Abigail Severance of Salisbury, Mass., 3 December, 1663. 

He was one of the first settlers of Nantucket; moved to Dover, 

N. H., where he Hved in 1668; returned to Nantucket, and died 

there 28 July, 1720. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Mary iS Apr. 1665 Joseph (m. Bethiah Macy) 4 Feb. 16S0 

James, Jr Elizabeth 

Nathaniel (m.Damaris Gayer) 1671 Benjamin (d.) 28 Aug. 1683 

John Ruth 

Dinah Abigail (901) 

Deborah Experience (d. young) 

Ebenezer 30 May 1678 Jonathan 28 Aug. 1692 

(896) JOHN COFFIN. 

Son of Tristram Coffin (894) and Dionis Stevens. Born in 
Haverhill, Mass., 30 October, 1647. Married Deborah Austin 
(910). He died in Edgartown, Mass., 5 September, 17 11. 



194 AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. (vOL. II.) 

CHILDREN. 
Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Lydia (m. ist, John Logan; Enoch (m. Beulah Eddy) 1678 

2d, John Draper; 3d, Thos. Samuel (m. Miriam Gardner) 

Thaxter) i June 1669 Hannah (m. Ben. Gardner) .. 

Peter (m. ist, Christian Condy; Tristram (m. Mary Bunker) . . 

2d, Hope Gardner) 5 Aug. 1671 Deborah (921) 

John, Jr 10 Feb. 1673 Elizabeth (d. single) 

Love (d. single) 23 Apr. 1676 Benjamin 23 Aug. 1683 

(S97) RICHARD GARDNER. 

Son of Thomas Gardner (906) and Margaret Frier, Married 
Sarah Shattuck in 1652, a daughter of Samuel Shattuck and his 
step-mother, Damaris— — . She died in 1724, aged ninety-two 
years. He and wife were excommunicated from the church in 
Salem for attending Quaker meetings. He died 23 January, 1688. 
CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Sarah (934) about 1653 Love (m. Jas. Coffin) 

Deborah (900) 12 Feb. 1658 Hope (m. John Coffin) 

Richard, Jr. (m. Mary Austin) Joseph (m. Bethiah Macy) . . . 

James (m. ist Mary Starbuck; Nathaniel {898) Nov. 1669 

2d, Mary Coffin; 3d, Patience Miriam (m. John Worth) ... 

Folger) Damaris 



(898) NATHANIEL GARDNER. 

Son of Richard Gardner (807) and Sarah Shattuck. Born, 
November, 1669. Married Abigail Coffin (901). Died in 1713. 
CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Hannah (m. J. Bunker 854) . . 6Jan. i6S6 Nathaniel ., 14 Dec. 1697 

Ebenezer 27 Oct. 16SS Andrevi^ 26 Dec. 1699 

Peleg 22julyi69i Abel 6 Aug. 1702 

Judith 28 Oct. 1693 Susanna 4 Aug. 1706 

Margaret 28 Jan. 1696 

(899) JOHN MACY. 

Son of Thomas Macy (851) and Sarah Hopcott. Born in 
Salisbury, Mass., 14 July, 1655. Married Deborah Gardner 
(900). Died in Nantucket, 14 October, 1691. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

John about 1675 Jabez about 1683 

Sarah (m. John Barnard). ... 3 Apr. 1677 Mary (m. Solomon Coleman). about 1685 

Deborah (m. Daniel Russell) . 3 Mar. 1679 Thomas (922) about 16S7 

Bethiah 8 Apr. 1681 Richard 22 Sept. 1689 



(905) AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 1 95 

(900) DEBORAH GARDNER. 

Daughter of Richard Gardner (897) and Sarah Shattuck. 

Born, 12 February, 1658. Married John Macy (899). Died in 

Nantucket, 17 12. 

CHILDREN— See (899). 

(901) ABIGAIL COFFIN. 

Daughter of James Coflin (895) and Mary Severance. Mar- 
ried Nathaniel Gardner (898). Died in Nantucket, 15 March, 

1709. 

CHILDREN— See (89S). 

(902) LAURA ANN CHANDLER. 

(Residence, San Francisco, Cal.) 

Daughter of Chandler. Born in Duxbury, Mass., 4 

October, 18 18. Married, first, Frederick Hatch; second, John 
Rogers Robinson (846), in San Francisco, 29 October, 1864. 
Died in San Francisco, 26 August, 1893. 

(903) JOSEPH AUSTIN. 

Son of Austin. Born about 1625 or 1630. Married 

Sarah Starbuck (909) in 1659. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Deborah (910) 



(904) JOHN FOLGER. 

Married Meribah Gibbs. Came to America from Norwich, Eng- 
land, in 1635, and settled in Martha's Vineyard. 





CHILDREN. 


Date 

5) 


of Birth. 


John . 



Date of Birth. 



(905) PETER FOLGER. 

Son of John Folger (904) and Meribah Gibbs. Born in Eng- 
land in 1618. Married Mary Morrill in 1644, and moved to 
Nantucket in 1673. Died in Nantucket in 1704. 



196 AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. (vOL. II.) 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Eleazer (92S) 1648 Patience (m. ist, Ebenezer 

John 1659 Harker; 2d, Jas. Gardner). 

Joanna (m. John Coleman) . . E.\perience (m. John Swain) . 

Bethia (m. John Barnard) ... Abiah (ra. Josiah Franklin, 

Dorcas (m. Joseph Pratt) and was mother of Benja- 

Bethshua (m. Joseph Pope) . . min Franklin) 15 Aug. 1667 

(906) THOMAS GARDNER. 

Came from Sherburne, County of Dorset, England, where he 
married Margaret Frier. Came to America and setded at Cape 
Ann in 1624, where he was employed by the projectors of the 
settlement to oversee the fishery. He was a representative at 
the General Court at Boston in 1625 and 1637. Married, second, 
Damaris , widow of Samuel Shattuck. Died in 1677. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Richard (S97) And eight others in England. 

John (907) 

(907) CAPTAIN JOHN GARDNER. 

Son of Thomas Gardner (906) and Margaret Frier. Born in 
England. Married Priscilla Grafton, daughter of Joseph Graf- 
ton of Salem, *20 February, 1654. Came from Salem to Nan- 
tucket with his brother Richard in 1666, and received a large 
grant of land in the northern part of the island for inaugurating 
new commercial enterprises. The gravestone of Captain John 
Gardner can still be seen near Maxey's Pond. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

John 20 Feb. 1654 Anna (m. Edw. CofBn) 30 Feb. 1667 

Joseph 8 July 1655 Nathaniel 24 Sept. 1668 

Priscilla 6 Nov. 1656 Mary (ra. Jethro Coffin) 27 May 1670 

Benjamin 3 Feb. 1658 Mehitable (m. Ambrose Dawes 

Rachel (m. John Brown and 2d) .. 24 Nov. 1674 

James Gardner) 3 Aug. 1662 Ruth (m. James Coffin 2d) 26 Jan. 1677 

Benjamin 17 May 1664 

(908) EDWARD STARBUCK. 

Born in Derbyshire, England, in 1604. Married Katherine 
Reynolds, a Welshwoman. Was an elder in the church at 



The date of marriage was probably earlier. 



(913) AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD, 197 

Dover, N. H., in 1643 and 1646. Came from Salisbury to Nan- 
tucket in a sailboat with Thomas Macy (851) in the fall of 1659. 
Died in Nantucket, 4 December, 1690, 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Nathaniel. (914) 1636 Abijjail (916) 

Jethro (d. 27 May, 1663) Esther (m.HumphreyVarney) 

Sarah (909) Dorcas (912) 

(909) SARAH STARBUCK. 

Daughter of Edward Starbuck (908) and Katherine Reynolds. 
Married, first, William Story; second, Joseph Austin (903) in 
1649; third, Humphrey Varney. 

CHILDREN— See (903). 

(910) DEBORAH AUSTIN. 

Daughter of Joseph Austin (903) and Sarah Starbuck (909). 
Born in Nantucket. Married John Coffin (896). 

CHILDREN-See (S96). 

(911) WILLIAM GAYER. 
Married Dorcas Starbuck (912) in Nantucket. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Damaris (m. Nathaniel Coffin) 24 Oct. 16:3 William (ra. EUz, Gayer) 3 June 1677 

Dorcas (913) 29 Aug. 1675 

(912) DORCAS STARBUCK. 

Daughter of Edward Starbuck (908) and Katherine Reynolds. 
Married William Gayer (911). Died in 1696. 

CHILDREN— See (911). 

(913) DO PICAS GAYER. 

Daughter of William Gaj-er (911) and Dorcas Starbuck (912). 

Born 29 August, 1675. Married Jethro Starbuck (920) 6 

December, 1694. 

CHILDREN— See (920). 



198 AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. (vOL. II.) 

(914) NATHANIEL STARBUCK. 

Son of Edward Starbuck (908) and Katherine Reynolds. 
Born in England in 1636. Married Mary Coffin (918) in 1662. 
Died 6 August (or 2 February), 17 19. 
CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Mary (m. James Gardner) ... 30 Mar. 1663 Eunice (m. Geo. Gardner) 11 Apr. 1674 

Elizabeth (m. ist, Peter Coffin; Priscilla (m. John Coleman).. 1676 

2d, Nathaniel Barnard, Jr.) 9 Sept. 1665 Hepzibah (m. T. Hathaway). 2 Apr. 1680 

Nathaniel (m. Dinah Coffin) . . 9 Aug. i668 Ann (d. single) 

Jethro (920) 14 Dec. 1671 Paul (d. single) 

Barnabus (d. single) 1673 

(915) PETER COFFIN. 

Son of Tristram Coffin (S94) and Dionis Stevens. Born in 
Brixton, England, in 1631. Married Abigail Starbuck, (916), 
Was freeman in 1666 at Dover; Lieutenant in 1675 in King 
Philip's War; Representative of Legislature in 1672-3 and in 
1679. In 1690 he moved to Exeter, N. H. Was Chief Justice of 
Supreme Court of New Hampshire about 17 14. Died in Exeter, 
N. H., 21 March, 17 15. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Abigail (m. Daniel Davidson). 20001.1657 Edward (m. Anna Gardner). . 20 Feb. 1669 

Peter, Jr. (m.Eliz. Starbuck). 20 Aug. 1660 Judith 4 Feb. 1672 

Jethro (m. Mary Gardner) ... 16 Sept. 1663 Parnell (d. young) 

Tristram (m. Deb. Colcord). . iS Jan. 1665 Elizabeth (m. Col. J. Gilman) 27 Jan. 1680 

Robert (m. Joanna Gilman) . . 1667 Eliphalet (d. single) 

(916) ABIGAIL STARBUCK. 

Daughter of Edward Starbuck (90S) and Katherine Rey- 
nolds. Married Peter Coffin (915). 

CHILDREN— See (915). 

(917) TRISTRAM COFFIN, JR. 

Son of Tristram Coffin (894) and Dionis Stevens. Born in 
England in 1632. Married Judith (Greenleaf) Somerby, widow 
of Henry Somerby and daughter of Edmund and Sarah Green- 
leaf, in Newbury, Mass. Judith Greenleaf was born in 1625, 
and died in Newbury, Mass., 15 December, 1705. He died in 
Newbury, Mass., 4 February, 1703. 



(92l) AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. I99 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Judith (m. John Sanborn) 4060.1653 Lydia (m. ist, Moses Little; 

Deborah (tn. Joseph Knight). 10 Nov. 1655 2d, John Pike) 22 Apr. 1662 

Mary (m. Joseph Little) 12 Nov. 1657 Enoch (d. 12 Nov. 1675) 21 Jan. 1663 

James (m. Florence Hooke).. 22 Apr. 1659 Stephen (m. Sarah Atkinson). 18 Aug. 1664 

John (d. 13 May, 1677) S Sept. 1660 Peter (m. Apphia Dole) 27 July 1667 

Nathaniel (ra. Sarah Dole) . . 22 Mar. 1669 

(918) MARY COFFIN. 

Daughter of Tristram Coffin (894) and Dionis Stevens. Born 
in Haverhill, Mass., 20 February, 1645. Married Nathaniel 
Starbuck (914) in 1662. Died in Nantucket, 13 November, 1717. 

CHILDREN-See (914). 



(919) STEPHEN COFFIN. 

Son of Tristram Coffin (894) and Dionis Stephens, Born in 
Newbury, Mass., 10 May, 1652. Married Mary Bunker (936) 
about 1668-9. Died in Nantucket, 14 November, 1734. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Daniel (d. single) Susanna (m. Peleg Bunker) . . . 

Dionis (m. Jacob Norton) Mehitable (m. A. Smith) 

Peter 14 Nov. 1673 Anna (m. Sol. Gardner) 

Stephen, Jr. (m. Exp. Look) . . 20 Feb. 1675 Hepzibah (m. Sam'l Gardner) 

Judith (937) Paul (m. Mary Allen) 

(920) JETHllO STARBUCK. 

Son of Nathaniel Starbuck (914) and Mary Coffin (918). 
Born in Nantucket, 14 December, 1671. Married Dorcas Gayer 
(913) 6 December, 1694. Died 12 August, 1770. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 
William (925) Sarah (ni. Jabez Macy) 1697 



(921) DEBORAH COFFIN. 

Daughter of John Coffin (896) and Deborah Austin (910). 
Born in Nantucket. Married Thomas Macy (922) 18 June, 1708. 
Died in Nantucket, 23 September, 1760. 

CHILDREN-See (922). 



AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 



(vol, II.) 



(922) 



THOMAS MACY. 



Son of John Macy (899) and Deborah Gardner (900). Born 
in Nantucket about 16S7. Married Deborah Coffin (921). Died 
in Nantucket, 16 March, 1759. 

CHILDREN. 



Date of Birth. 

Joseph (923) 8 Apr. 1709 

Robert (m. Abigail Barnard). 20 Nov. 1710 



Love (m. Joseph Rotch) 

Francis (m. Judith Coffin) . . 
Nathaniel (m. Ab. Pinkham) 
Lydia (m. Jethro Coleman) . 

(923) 



9 Feb. 1713 

2june 1715 

20 Aug. 17 1 7 

23 Feb. 1720 



Date of Birth. 
Elizabeth (m. Fran. Barnard) 9 June 1722 

Thomas (d. young) 13 Aug. 1724 

Deborah (m. Benj. Coffin) 17 Apr. 1726 

Anna (m. Richard Worth) ... 7 Apr. 1730 
Hepzabeth (m. Thos. Davis). 22 Oct. 1734 



JOSEPH MACY. 



Son of Thomas Macy (922) and Deborah Coffin (921). Born 
in Nantucket, 8 April, 1709. Married Hannah Hobbs in 1728. 
Died in Nantucket, 28 June, 1772. 

CHILDREN. 

bate of Birth. 



Date of Birth. 
Mary (m. ist, Paul Way; 2d, 

James Anthony) 15 July 1729 

Thomas (m. Mary Starbuck). i Mar. 1731 
Bethiah (m. Nath'l Swain) ... 3 Apr. 1733 
Joseph (924) 4 Oct, 1735 



Henry (m. ist, Sarah Swain; 

2d, Elizabeth Hussey) 4 Nov. 1737 

Paul (m. ist, Bethiah Macy; 

2d, Deborah Coggeshall). . . 3 May, 1740 
Enoch (m. Anna Macy) ii May, 1743 



(924) JOSEPH MACY. 

Son of Joseph Macy (923) and Hannah Hobbs. Born in 
Nantucket, 4 October, 1735. Married Mary Starbuck (926) in 
Nantucket, November, 1757. Died in Guilford Co., N. C, 17 — . 



CHILDREN, 

Date of Birth. 

Anna (d. iSo8) 26 July 1758 

Hannah (d. 3 Dec. 1775) 31 July 1761 

Elizabeth (m. Uriah Barnard) 14 Oct. 1763 

Joseph I Sept. 1765 

Mary 21 Oct, 1767 

Rhoda (m. Job Worth) 26 Dec. 1769 



Date of Birth. 

William (927) 7 Feb. 1772 

Albert (m. Nancy Wall) 4 Feb. 1774 

Hannah (m. M. Wall) 18 Mar. 1776 

Phebe (m. John Lamb) 26 Mar. 1778 

Reuben (m. Lucy Petty) 29 May 17S0 

Judith (m. Joseph Way) 4 Nov. 1783 



(925) WILLIAM STARBUCK. 

Son of Jethro Starbuck (920) and Dorcas Gayer (913). Born 
in Nantucket (?) in i6— . Married Anna Folger (938). 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. 



Mary 



Date of Birth. 

•(926) 1738 



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(926) MARY STARBUCK. 

Daughter of William Starbuck (925) and Anna Folger (938). 
Born in Nantucket in 1738. Married Joseph Macy (924) Novem- 
ber, 1757. Died in Guilford Co., N. C, in 17 — . 
CHILDREN-See (924). 

(927) WILLIAM MACY. 

Son of Joseph Macy (924) and Mary Starbuck (926). Born 

in Nantucket, 7 February, 1772. Married Mary Barnard (929), 

in Stoke Co., N. C, in 1799. Died in Union Co., Ifid., 14 

March, 1855. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Obed (930) 14 Dec. 1801 Reuben (m. Maria Gardner) . . I2julyi8i2 

Tristram (m. Mary Swain) ... 15 Oct. 1803 Franklin (m. Ann Wetherald) 19 Dec. 1814 

Stephen (d. 1826) 4 Oct. 1805 Thomas C. (m. E. Horsman). 9 May 1S18 

John W. (m. Elvira Coffin) . . 18 Nov. 1807 Rhoda (m. Gideon Gardner) . 15 June 1820 

Jonathan (m. Elizabeth ). 6Junei8io Emily 19 Sept. 1824 

(928) ELEAZER FOLGER. 

Son of Peter Folger (905) and Mary Morrill. Born in Nan- 
tucket in 1648. Married Sarah Gardner (934) in 1671. Died 
in Nantucket about 17 16. 

CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. Date of Birth. 

Eleazer.Jr. (m. Beth.Gardner) 1672 Nathan (m. Sarah Church) . . 1678 

Peter (935) about 1674 Mary (m. John Arthur) 1684 

Sarah (m. Anthony Oder). . . 1676 

(929) MARY BARNARD. 

Daughter of Tristram Barnard (939) and Margaret Folger 
(940). Born in Stokes Co., N. C, 14 March, 1782. Married 
William Macy (927) in Stokes Co., N, C, 1799. Died in Union 
Co., Ind., 26 August, 1850. 

CHILDREN— See (927). 

(930) DR. OBED MACY. 

Son of WiUiam Macy (927) and Mary Barnard (929). Born 
in New Garden, N. C. , 14 December, 1801. Married Lucinda 
Polk (932) in Bunceville, Ind., 17 October, 1824, 

Dr. Obed Macy and family moved to California, where those 



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Still living are now residing. On the first day of March, 1850, 
he, with his entire family, consisting of his wife and eight chil- 
dren, left the town of Washington, Davis Co., Ind.,with ox-teams 
for California. They crossed the State of Illinois, and camped 
at the town of Kansas in the latter part of March, where his 
daughter Urania and her husband, D. W. Cheesman (951), joined 
the party 7 April, 1850. On 15 May the party left Kansas for 
California, being in the midst of the great emigration of that 
year. On 14 June, Charles was seized with cholera, died, and 
was buried at Fort Kearney the same day. On 16 August they 
arrived at Salt Lake City, having lost twenty-one days out of the 
first fifty traveling days, by cholera in the train. They did not 
dare attempt to cross the Sierras on the northern route, by way of 
the Humboldt Desert, but re-outfitted at Salt Lake for the south- 
ern or Fremont route, and left that place 8 October, 1850; suf- 
fered innumerable hardships and privations en route by the lack 
of water and feed for the teams, which nearly all perished there- 
by. Arrived in San Francisco 7 February, 1851. Died in Los 
Angeles, Cal., 9 July, 1857. 



Date of Birth. 

Amanda (d. 5 Dec. 1826) •. 2 Aug. 1825 

Urania (933) 5 Apr. 182S 

Oscar (m. Margaret Bell) 7 July 1829 



Nancy (m. A. L. Woodruff) 
Louisa (m. John M. Foy) . . 
Charles P. (d. 14 June 1850) 
Margaret (d. 1845) 



CHILDREN. 

Date of Birth. 

William 4Sept. 1841 

Obed (m. Mary Sullivan) 23 Nov. 1843 

Lucinda (m. Samuel C. Foy). 2 Dec. 1844 

Mary Jane (m. T. Evans) 12 July 1849 

Alice (d. 5 Mar. 1S54) 2 Oct. 1852 

Christiana (d. 9 Jan. 1856). . . . 13 Nov. 1855 



13 Oct. 1832 

13 Dec. 1S34 

3 Apr. 1837 

17 Sept. 1839 



(931) NATHANIEL BARNARD. 

Son of Thomas Barnard and Eleanor . Born about 

1650. Married Mary Barnard, a daughter of his uncle, Robert 
Barnard, and Joanna Harvey. 

CHILDREN. 



Date of Birth. 
Stephen (m. Hep. Hopcott) . . 16 Feb. 1674 
Nathaniel (m. Dor. Manning) 
Eleanor (m. Ebenezer Coffin) 

Mary (m. John Folger) 

Timothy 



Date of Birth. 

John (m. Sarah Macy) 

Benjamin (ra. Judith Gardner) 
Ebenezer (m. Mary Hussey) . 
Abigail (m. Abram Chase) ... 
Sarah (m. Currier)