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CHARLES EDWARD LORD 

1858 



THE 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



Lieutenant Tobias Lord 



BY 

CHARLES EDWARD LORD 



PRIVATELY TRINTED 
1913 



FOREWORD 



It has been my purpose to make this book a record of that 
branch of the Lord family which is represented by the ancestors 
and descendants of Lieutenant Tobias Lord, and his two wives. 
Mehitable Scammon and Hephzibah Conant, together with what data 
could be found regarding their births, marriages, and deaths, and 
also biographical sketches. 

My intention and wish has been to pay a tribute to the earlier 
generations now gone and those that are passing away, and to pre- 
serve these interesting records for succeeding generations of the 
family before it became too late to collect such data. 

The author desires to call attention to the list of corrections and 
additions on page 159. As part of the book went to press more 
than a year ago, there were some errors made in dates, and afterward 
corrected ; therefore in most cases where are found discrepancies 
in dates referring to the same person, the latter is probably correct. 
In other cases the difference is due to the change in the Calendar 
as shown in the Note following. In some few cases errors of dates 
were inevitable, owing to a difference of memory in various members 
of a family. 



6 Foreword 

I desire to express my gratitude to Mr. William E. Barry for his 
able assistance in the preparation of a number of the biographical 
sketches, and of. the maps of Kennebunk Village and Kennebunk 
Landing ; and to Mr. C. C. Lord's book on the Lord family, for some 
statistical information as to the ancestors of Tobias Lord. Also I 
wish to express my appreciation of the kindly help and interest 
received from those of the family with whom I have been in corre- 
spondence during the preparation of this work. 

CHARLES E. LORD. 

Laudholm, Newton, Mass., 
December, 191 2. 



CONTENTS. 



Line of Descent from Nathan Lord the Immigrant to 

Tobias Lord 1 1 

Line of Descent from Humphrey Scammon to Mehitable 

Scammon 17 

Line of Descent from Elder William Brewster to Mehit- 
able Scammon lo 

Descendants of Lieut. Tobias Lord and Mehitable Scam- 
mon, His First Wife 23 

Ancestors of Hephzibah Conant 91 

Line of Descent from Roger Conant to Hephzibah Conant 

Descendants of Lieut. Tobias Lord and Hephzibah Conant, 
His Second Wife 

Corrections and Additions 

Biographical Sketches : — Ancestors of Lieut. Tobias 
Lord 

Lieut, Tobias Lord 

Ancestors of Mehitable Scammon, First Wife of Lieut 
Tobias Lord 

Ancestors of Hephzibah Conant, Second Wife of Lieut 
Tobias Lord 

Ancestors of Olive and Hannah Jefferds . 

Descendants of Lieut. Tobias Lord and Mehitable Scam 
mon 

Descendants of Lieut. Tobias Lord and Hephzibah Conant 213 

The Military and Other Public Services of Ancestors 234 

Old Wills and Legal Papers 241 

Index 251 



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NOTE 

By an Act of Parliament passed January 22, 1753, the old style 
by which the year commenced March 25, was abolished, and the new 
style beginning the year January ist, was introduced, and eleven days 
struck from the Calendar, making September 3, the 14th. 

On the public records, a long time previous to this Act, events 
occurring between January i and March 25, were recorded as hap- 
pening in a double year. 



ANCESTRAL LINES 



LIEUTENANT TOBIAS LORD 



MEHITABLE (SCAMMON) LORD 



LINE OF DESCENT 



NATHAN LORD, THE IMMIGRANT, 



LIEUT. TOBIAS LORD 



Nathan ' Lord, 
Born about 1603. 

Died about 1690. Came to Kittery, Me., about 1652. 
Married ist, about 1653-4, Judith Conly, daughter 
of Abraham Conly of Kittery. 

CHILDREN. 

I Nathan^ Lord, 2d, 

Born about 1655, at Berwick, Me. 
Died 1733. 

Married November 22, 1678, Martha Tozier, daughter 
of Richard Tozier and Judith Smith. 

Abraham Lord, 

Born 1657, at Berwick. 
Died 1705. 

Married Susannah . 

Nathan Lord married 2d, Martha Everett, sister of 

William Everett, of Kittery. 

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12 Ancestral Line of Lieut. Tobias Lord 

children. 
Martha Lord, 

Born about 1660. hvu^A. 

Married 1685, Thomas Davis, Jr., of Dover, N. H. 
Samuel Lord, 

Died August, 1689. 
Sarah Lord, 

Born about 1670. 

Married December 13, 1691, John Cooper of Berwick. 
Anne Lord, 

Born about 1675. 

Married August 28, 1699, Tobias Hanson, son of 
Thomas Hanson of Dover. Capt. Tobias Lord is 
said to have been named for this man. 
Benjamin Lord, 
Died about 1745. 

Married January 10, 1709, Patience Nason. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

I Nathan^ Lord, 2d, 

Born about 1655, at Berwick. 
Died 1733. 

Married November 22, 1678, Martha Tozier, daugh- 
ter of Richard Tozier and Judith Smith. 

children. 
Martha Lord, 

Born October 14, 1679. 

Married July 11, 1702, Richard Chick. 
Nathan Lord, 3d, 
Born March 20, 1681. 

Married ist, 1704, Margaret Hearl or Heard, daughter 
of William Hearl or Heard. 

Married 2d, Patience , who died January 22, 1772, 

aged 88. 



Ancestral Line of Lieut. Tobias Lord 1^3 

William Lord, 

Born March 20, 1682. 
Died 1 74 1. 

Married Patience Abbott. 
Died 1 741. 

Richard Lord, 

Born March i, 1685. 
Died 1754. 

Married Mary Goodwin. 

Judith Lord, 

Born May 29, 1687. 

Married May 24, 172 1, Benjamin Meeds. 

Samuel Lord, 

Born June 14, 1689. 
Died May 19, 1762. 

Married October 19, 17 10, Martha Went worth. 
Born February 9, 1684. 
Died 1766. 

Mary Lord, 

Born July 29, 1691. 

Married '7 St, June 16, 1720, Daniel Emery, Jr. 
Married ^d, Thomas Hodgdon. ' . 

2 John ^ Lord, 

Born January 18, 1693. 
Died 1 76 1. 

Married December 26, 17 16, Mary Chapman. 

Sarah Lord, 

Born May 28, 1696. 

Married September 20, 1716, Samuel Roberts of 
Dover, N. H. 

Ann Lord, 

Born May 27, 1697. 

Married December 18, 17 18, Daniel Furbush. 



14 Ancestral Line of Lieut. Tobias Lord 

Abraham Lord, 

Born October 29, 1699. 
Died 1779. 

Married Margaret Gowen. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

2 JoHN^ Lord, 

Born January 18, 1693. 
Died 1 761. 

Married December 26, 17 16, Mary Chapman. 

CHILDREN. 

John Lord, 2d, 

Baptized October 11, 1719. 
Died 1785. 

Married December 2, 1737, Mary Frost 

Thomas Lord, 
Baptized 1721. 
Died August, .1768. 

Married, probably as second wife, July 20, 1746, Mary 
Wise, daughter of Henry Wise of Ipswich, Mass. 
Died 1749. 

Lydia Lord, 

Bapt. June 13, r72 3. 

3 Capt. Tobias ■♦ Lord, ist, 
Baptized August 27, 1724. 
Died January 9, 1809. 
Married Jane Smith. 

Born about 1725. 
Died May 20, 1817 

Tozier Lord, 

Baptized December 31, 1727. 



Ancestral Line of Lieut. Tobias Lord 15 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

3 Capt. Tobias'^ Lord, ist, 

Baptized August 27, 1724, at Berwick. 
Died January 9, 1809, at Kennebunk, Me. 

Married Jane Smith, probably of the Berwick farrfily 
of Smiths. 

Born about 1725, at Berwick. 

Died May 20, 18 17, at Kennebunkport 

CmLDREN. 

Lieut. John Lord, 

Born about 1745, at Berwick. 
Died 1 80 1. 

Married Charity Curtis. 

Jane Lord, 

Born about 1747, at Berwick. 
Married John Stone. 

4 Lieut. Tobias 5 Lord, 2d, 

Born February 22, 1748, at Arundel (Kennebunkport). 
Died January 16, 1808. 

Married ist, December 3, 1772, Mehitable Scammon, 
daughter of Samuel Scammon, Jr., and Mehitable 
Hinckley of Saco, Me. 
Married 2d, November 7, 1781, Hepsibah Conant, 
daughter of Nathaniel Conant and Abigail Dodge 
of Alfred, Me. 

Lydia Lord, 

Married Samuel Kimball. 

Elizabeth Lord, 

Born January 2, 1756. 
Died August 27, 18 19. 

Married about 1780, Benjamin Thompson. 



1 6 Ancestral Line of Lieut. Tobias Lord 

Nathaniel Lord, 

Died in prison (a Revolutionary soldier) in Quebec, 
Canada. 

Daniel Lord, 
Born 1758. 
Died April 10, 1839. 

Married Mary Washburn. 

DoMiNicus Lord, 
Born 1762. 
Died 1749. 

Married Mary Currier. 

David Lord, 
Died young. 

Jeremiah Lord, 

Died about 1783 or 1784. 

Thomas Lord, 

Married Mary Durrell. 



ANCIENT HOMESTEAD OF THE LORD FAMILY 
AT SOUTH BERWICK 

Drawn by William Eldward Barry 



LINE OF DESCENT 

FROM 

HUMPHREY SCAMMON 

TO 

MEHITABLE SCAMMON 



Humphrey Scammon, the immigrant, 

♦ Born about 1640; died January i, 1727, in Saco, Me.; 
married Elizabeth . 

Samuel Scammon, ist, 

Son of Humphrey Scammon, born about 1690; died 
May, 1752; married ist, in 171 2, at Kittery, Me., Mar- 
gery Bearing, daughter of Roger Dearing, Sr., of Kit- 
tery, born 1689; died October 10, 1740; married 2d, 
September 5, 1 741, at Biddeford, Me., EHzabeth Stim- 
son, of Biddeford ; he was admitted a member of the 
church in Biddeford, by Rev. Samuel Willard, after 
September 30, 1730. 

Lieut. Samuel Scammon, 2d, 

Son of Samuel Scammon, born 1 7 1 3 ; died March 8, 
1758, at Saco or Biddeford; married about 1736, Me- 
hitable Hinckley, daughter of Samuel and Mary (Free- 
man) Hinckley, of Saco, born December 25, 17 18, at 

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Amestral Line of Mehitablc Scamtnon 



Truro, Mass.; died June 6, 1811, at Saco. Previous 
to her marriage she Hved at New Meadows, now 
Brunswick, Me. 
Mehitable Scammon, 

Daughter of Lieut. Samuel Scammon, baptized June 
10, 1753, at Biddeford ; died in 1781, at Kennebunk, 
Me.; married December 3, 1772, Lieut. Tobias Lord, 
born February 22, 1748, at Arundel (Kennebunkport), 
Me., son of Capt. Tobias Lord. 

children. 

Samuel Lord, 

Born February 26, 1774. 
Died November 8, 1851. 

Married February 26, 1799, Hannah Jefferds, daugh- 
ter of Major William Jefferds and Olive Gilpatrick 
of Wells, Me. 
Nathaniel Lord, 
Born June i, 1776. 
Died February 23, 18 15. 

Married July 2, 1797, Phoebe Walker, daughter of 
Capt. Daniel Walker and Lois Stone of Arundel. 
Tobias Lord, 3d, 
Born April 6, 1778. 
Died September 6, 1854. 

Married ist, June 3, 1799, Hannah Perkins, daughter 

of Capt. Ephraim Perkins of Arundel. 
Married 2d, 1847-8, at New York, Mrs. Sarah (Adams) 
Perkins, daughter of Charles and Hannah Adams, 

and widow of Perkins, said to be a brother of 

Hannah Perkins, his first wife. 
Mehitable Lord, 

Born 1 78 1, at Kennebunk. 
^ Died 1 78 1, at Kennebunk. 



LINE OF DESCENT 

FROM 



ELDER WILLIAM BREWSTER 

TO 

MEHITABLE SCAMMON 



William Brewster, 

Born about 1567, at Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, Eng. ; 
died April 20, 1644, at Plymouth, Mass.; married 
Mary , born 1568-9; died April 27, 1627, at Ply- 
mouth. Sailed from Southampton, Eng., on the May- 
flower, arriving at Plymouth Dec. 21, 1620, and was 
one of the founders of the Plymouth Colony. 

Patience Brewster, 

Daughter of William. Brewster, born at Scrooby ; mar- 
ried August 5, 1624, at Plymouth, Gov. Thomas 
Prence, born 1 601, at Lechlade, Eng.; died March 29, 
1673, at Plymouth. 

Mercy Prence, 

Daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence, born 1631, at Ply- 
mouth ; died September 28, 17 11, at Eastham, Mass.; 

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20 Ancestral Line of Mehitable Scammon 

married February 13, 1649, at Eastham, Major John 
Freeman, born 1627; died October 28, 1719, at East- 
ham. 

Lieut. Edmund Freeman, 

Son of Major John Freeman, born June, 1657, ^^ East- 
ham; died December 10, 1717, at Eastham; married 
Sarah Mayo, born December 19, 1660, at Boston; died 
about 1745, at Eastham. 

Mary Freeman, 

Daughter of Lieut. Edmund Freeman, born at East- 
ham; married about 1703, Samuel Hinckley, born 
September 24, 1684, at Barnstable, Mass.; died at 
Brunswick, Me. 

Mehitable Hinckley, 

Daughter of Samuel Hinckley, born December 25, 
1 7 1 8, at Truro, Mass. ; died J une 6, 1 8 11 , at Saco, Me. ; 
married about 1736, at Brunswick, Lieut. Samuel 
Scammon, born about 17 13, at Biddeford, Me.; died 
March 8, 1758, at Biddeford. 

Mehitable Scammon, 

Daughter of Lieut. Samuel Scammon, baptized June 
10, 1753, at Biddeford; died in 17S1, at Kennebunk, 
Me.; married December 3, 1772, Lieut. Tobias Lord, 
of Arundel. 



DESCENDANTS 

OF 

LIEUTENANT TOBIAS LORD 

AND 

MEHITABLE SCAMMON 

HIS FIRST WIFE 



RESIDENCE OF LIEUTENANT TOBIAS LORD 

(East Side) 
ALFRED, MAINE 



LIEUTENANT TOBIAS LORD 

AND HIS DESCENDANTS. 



Lieut. Tobias^ Lord [Capt. Tobias,'' John,^ Nathan,^ 
Nathan'). 
Born February 22, 1749, at Arundel (Kennebunkport),* 
Me.; died January 16, 1808, at Kennebunk; married 
ist, December 3, 1772, at Biddeford, Me., Mehitable 
Scammon, daughter of Samuel and Mehitable (Hinck- 
ley) Scammon of Saco, Me.; baptized June 10, 1753, 
at Biddeford; died 1781, probably at Kennebunk. 

CHILDREN. 

I Samuel^ Lord, 

Born February 26, 1774, at Moulton's Mills (Whicher's 

Mills), Sanford, Me. 
Baptized March 6, 1775, at Biddeford. 
Died November 8, 185 i, at Kennebunk. 

Married February 26, 1799, at Wells, Me., Hannah 
Jefferds, daughter of William and Olive (Gilpatrick) 
Jefferds. 

Born October, 1775, at Wells. 

Died February 14, 18 16, at Kennebunk. 

* The town was called Arundel from its foundation in 171 7, until February 19, 
1821, when its name was changed to Kennebunkport. Kennebunk was set off 
from Wells, June 24, 1820. 

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24 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

2 Nathaniel^ Lord, 

Born June r, 1776, at Moulton's Mills, now Whicher's 

Mills, Sanford, Me. 
Baptized July 20, 1776, at Biddeford, Me. 
Died February 24, 181 5, at Kennebunkport. 

Married July 2, 1797, at Kennebunkport, Phoebe 
Walker, daughter of Capt. Daniel and Lois (Stone) 
Walker. 

Born February 9, 1 781, at Arundel (Kenne- 
bunkport). 
Died October 16, 1864, at Kennebunkport. 

3 Tobias^ Lord (3d), 

Born April 6, 1778, probably at Kennebunk. 
Died September 4, 1854, at Woodbridge, N. J. 

Married ist, January 3, 1799, at Kennebunkport, Han- 
nah Perkins, daughter of Capt. Ephraim Perkins of 
Arundel (Kennebunkport). 

Born October 19, 1780, at Arundel. 
Died July 31, 1846, at Boston. 
Married 2d, 1847-8, at New York, Mrs. Sarah (Adams) 
Perkins, daughter of Charles and Hannah Adams, 

and widow of Perkins, said to be a brother of 

Hannah Perkins, his first wife. 

Born April 5, 1796, at Bass River, now New 

Gretna, N. J. 
Died January 3, 1864, at Lumberton, N. J. 
Mehitable Lord, 

Born 1 78 1, at Kennebunkport. 
Died 1 78 1, at Kennebunkport. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

I Samuel^ Lord {Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias^*' John,^ 
Natha7t^ Nathan '). 
Born February 26, 1774, at Moulton's Mills (Whicher's 
Mills), Sanford ; baptized March 6, 1775, at Biddeford; 



And his Descendants 25 

died November 8, 185 1, at Kennebunk; married Feb- 
ruary' 26, 1799, at Wells, Hannah Jefferds, daughter of 
William and Olive (Gilpatrick) Jefferds, born October, 
1775, at Wells; died February 14, 18 16, at Kennebunk. 
Hannah Jefferd's sister, Olive, married George Lord, 
Samuel Lord's half-brother. 

children. 

Charles Lord, 

Born October 13, 1800, at Kennebunk. 
Died September 18, 1818, at sea, on brig " Hesper," 
Capt. Clement Jefferds, one day out from Havana. 

William Lord, 

Born August 7, 1802, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 14, 1802, at Kennebunk. 

4 John ^ Lord, 

Born November 27, 1803, at Kennebunk. 
Died December 13, 1835, at Kennebunk. 

Married December 29, 1829, at Cape Porpoise, Me., 
Sarah Kimball, daughter of James and Eunice (Stone) 
Kimball. 

Born 1802, at Cape Porpoise. 

Died September 6, 1873, at Kennebunk. 

5 Samuel 7 Lord, Jr., 

Born January 7, 1806, at Kennebunk. 
Died May 16, 1 841, at Terre Haute, Ind. 

Married May, 1831, at Brooklyn, N. Y., Elizabeth 
Ruthven, daughter of James and Jane Ruthven. 
Born April 25, 1808, at New York. 
Died August 18, 1847, at Bridgeport, Conn. 

Frederick Augustus Lord, 

Born June 7, 1808, at Kennebunk. 
Died March 18, 1833, at New York. 



26 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

William Henry Lord, 

Born June 8, 1810, at Kennebunk, 
Died February, 1838, at Kennebunk. 
Tobias Lord, 4th, 

Born May 21, 181 3, at Kennebunk. 
Died June 5, 1839, at Kennebunk. 

Married February 11, 1838, at Kennebunk, Susan 
Hatch, daughter of Joseph and Hannah (Littlefieid) 
Hatch. 

Born September 11, 1813, at Kennebunk. 
Died January 31, 1894, at Kennebunk. 
Married February 16, 1853, at Kennebunk, 
as her 2d husband, Edward E. Bourne. 
George Lord, 

Born February 3, 18 16, at Kennebunk. 
Died October 11, 18 16, at Kennebunk. 

2 Nathaniel^ hoRD (Lieti/. Tobias^" Capt. Tobias* Jokn,^ 
Natha7i^ Nathan^). 
Born June i, 1776, at Moulton's Mills, now Whicher's 
Mills, Sanford; baptized July 20, 1776, at Biddeford ; 
died Februar)^ 24, 18 15, at Kennebunkport ; married 
July 2, 1797, at Kennebunkport, Phoebe Walker, 
daughter of Capt. Daniel and Lois (Stone) Walker, 
born February 9, 1 781, at Arundel (Kennebunkport); 
died October 16, 1864, at Kennebunkport. 

children. 
Mehitable Scammon Lord, 

Born June 15, 1798, at Kennebunkport. 
Died January 29, 181 8, at Kennbunkport, 

Married June 8, 18 17, at Kennebunkport, William 
Perkins. 

Died February 26, 1818, at Kennebunkport. 



PHCEBE WALKER 

(MRS. NATHANIEL LORD. SENIOR) 

1781-1864 



NATHANIEL LORD. SENIOR 

1776-1815 




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RESIDENCE OF NATHANIEL LORD, SENIOR 
KENNEBUNKPORT 
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And his Descendants 27 

6 Daniel Walker ^ Lord', 

Born March 29, 1800, at Kennebunkport. 
Died September 4, 1880, at Maiden, Mass. 

Married ist, November 23, 1824, at Westford, Mass., 
Lydia Abbot, daughter of Joel and Lydia C. Abbot. 
Born July 5, 1798, at Westford. 
Died June 13, 1851, at Kennebunkport. 
Married 2d, January 5, 1853, at Kennebunkport, Lydia 
Patterson, daughter of Capt. Actor and Lydia Pat- 
terson. 

Born April 26, 1823, at Kennebunkport. 
Died June 5, 1885, at Maiden. 

7 Lois Walker ^ Lord, 

Born May 16, 1802, at Kennebunkport. 
Died November 3, 1889, at Auburndale, Newton, Mass. 
Married ist, June, 18 18, at Kennebunkport, Rev. 
George Payson. 

Born July 12, 1789. 
Died October 22, 1823. 
Married 2d, September 12, 1825, at Kennebunkport, 
Nathaniel Dana, son of Ephraim and Tabitha (Jones) 
Dana. 

Born May 2, 1787, at Natick, Mass. 

Died January 18, 1856, at Brookline, Mass. 

Phoebe Lord, 

Born March 20, 1804, at Kennebunkport. 
Died March 18, 1882, at New York. 

Married May 18, 1825, at Kennebunkport, Thomas 
Cogswell Upham, son of Nathaniel and Judith (Cogs- 
well) Upham. 

Born January 30, 1799, at Deerfield, N. H. 
Died April 2, 1872, at Brunswick, Me. 



28 Licntcfiant Tobias Lord 

8 Charles Austin ^ Lord, 

Born May ii, 1806, at Kennebunkport. 
Died August 7, 1878, at Portland, Me. 

Married May 3, 1 831, at Scarborough, Me., Ernestine 
Libby, daughter of Capt. Stephen and Agnes (Hasty) 
Libby. 

Born June 9, 1809, at Scarborough. 

Died March 8, 1898, at Hancock Point, Me. 

9 Nathaniel 7 Lord, 

Born April 11, 1808, at Kennebunkport. 

Died July 10, 1852, on Sacramento River, Cal. 

Married October 12, 1835, at Bangor, Me., Frances 
Augusta Hunt Veazie, daughter of Gen. Samuel 
and Susanna (Walker) Veazie. 

Born July 18, 18 18, at Topsham, Me. 
Died April 21, 1866, at Bangor. 

10 Betsey Watts^ Lord, 

Born March 23, 18 10, at Kennebunkport. 
Died August 17, 1833, at Concord, N. H. 

Married October 28, 1829, at Kennebunkport, Nathan- 
iel Gookin Upham, son of Nathaniel and Judith 
(Cogswell) Upham. 

Born January 8, 1 801, at Deerfield, N. H. 
Died December 11, 1869, at Concord. 

11 Susan 7 Lord, 

Born December 5, 18 12, at Kennebunkport. 
Died November 15, 1890, at New York. 

Married May 28, 1834, at Kennebunkport, Peter Clark, 
son of Peter and Jane (Aiken) Clark. 

Died May 29, 1841, at Nashua, N. H. 

Lucy Jane Lord, 

Born September 5, 18 14, at Kennebunkport . 
Died June 10, 181 5, at Kennebunkport. 



A7id /lis Descendants 29 

J Tobias ^ Lord, 3d {Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' John:!' 
Nathan^ Nathan'). 

Born April 6, 1778, probably at Kennebimk; died Sep- 
tember 4, 1854, at Woodbridge, N. J.; married ist, 
January 3, 1799, at Kennebunkport, Hannah Perkins, 
daughter of Capt. Ephraim Perkins of Arundel (Ken- 
nebunkport), born October 19, 1780, at Arundel; died 
July 31, 1846, at Boston, Mass. 

children. 

13 Ephraim Perkins'' Lord, 

Born October 15, 1799, at Kennebunk. 
Died December 18, 1867, at Bucksport, Me. 

Married February 14, 1825, at Bucksport, Ruby Spof- 
ford, daughter of Daniel Spofford. 

Born March 28, 1802, at Bucksport. 
Died April 11, 1883, at Bucksport. 

John Lord, 

Born August 16, 1 801, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 30, 1801, at Kennebunk. 

HuLDAH Perkins Lord, 

Born November 20, 1802, at Kennebunk. 
Died April 12, 1872, at Boston. 

Married ist, January 24, 1826, Isaac Means. 
Born 1789, in Ireland. 
Died May 16, 1855, at Boston. 
Married 2d, November 25, 1856, John Whipple, son 
of Benjamin and Sarah (Tuttle) Whipple. 

Born January 21, 1789, at Hamilton, Mass. 
Died August 28, 1857, at Concord, N. H. 



30 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

14 Hannah 7 Lord, 

Born March i, 1805, at Kennebunk. 
Died June 6, 1875, at Brooklyn, N Y. 

Married as his third wife, June 24, 1839, at Boston, 
Charles Henshaw, son of David Henshaw. 

Born March 20, 1789, at Leicester, Mass. 
Died August 26, 1864, at Boston. 

Tobias Spofford Lord, 

Born February 21, 1807, at Kennebunk. 
Died young. 

Mehitable Lord, 

Born March i, 1809, at Kennebunk. 
Died July 25, 1882, at Hampton, N. H. 
Married at Boston, Frederick A. Colburn. 
Born 1809. 
Died April 17, 1 861, at Springfield, Mass. 

Elbridge G. Lord, 

Born September 29, 18 10, at Kennebunk. 
Died at sea. 

15 JuLiA^ Lord, 

Born February 26, 18 12, at Boston. 
Died September 13, 1886, at Newton Upper Falls, Mass. 
Married 1830, at Boston, Samuel James Bird, son of 
George and Martha Bird. 

Born March 28, 1805, at Dedham, Mass. 
Died May 14, 1867, at Boston. 

16 James Lawrence 7 Lord, 

Born December 16, 18 13, at Bucksport. 
Died September 25, 1892, at Chester, Conn. 

Married April 18, 1847, at Chester, Ruth Jennette 
Auger, daughter of Lebbeus and Ruth McCollum 
Auger. 

Born November 17, 1827, at Chester. 
Residing now (191 1) at Middletown, Conn. 



And his Descendants 31 



17 George Willis ^ Lord, 

Born September 24, 181 5, at Boston. 
Died September 14, 1887, at New York. 

Married ist, in 1838, at Mount Hope, N. Y., Jane 
Stackhouse, daughter of Charles and Elizabeth 
Stackhouse. 

Born August 12, 182 1, at Schenectady, N. Y. 
Died May, 1844, at Mount Hope. 
Married 2d, August, 1847, at Monticello, N. Y., Mari- 
etta P. Lindermann, daughter of David Lindermann. 
Born February 7, 1831, at Belleville, N. J. 
Died September 17, 1907, at Belleville. 

Susan A. Lord, 

Born August 15, 1817, at Boston. 
Died in California. 

Married Judge Wells of Cahfornia. 

Mary Lord, 

Born January 5, 18 19, at Boston. 
Died January 5, 18 19, at Boston. 

Francis Nathaniel Lord, 

Born February 12, 1820, at Boston. 
Died January 2, 1823, at Boston. 

Francis Nathaniel Lord, 

Born February i, 1823, at Boston. 
Died August 22, 1823, at Boston. 

Lucy Amelia Lord, 

Born May 22, 1824, at Boston. 
Died June 11, 1825, at Boston. 

Tobias^ Lord, married 2d, 1847-8, in New York, Mrs. 
Sarah (Adams) Perkins, daughter of Charles and Han- 
nah Adams, and widow of Perkins, said to be a 

brother of Hannah Perkins, his first wife, born April 



32 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

5, 1796, at Bass River, now New Gretna, N. J.; died 
January 3, 1864, at Lumberton, N. J. 

4' John ^ Lord {^Samuel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' 
John^ Nathan^ Nathmi '). 
Born November 27, 1803, at Kennebunk, Me.; died 
December 13, 1835, at Kennebunk; married Decem- 
ber 29, 1829, at Cape Porpoise, Me., Sarah Kimball, 
daughter of James and Eunice (Stone) Kimball, born 
1802, at Cape Porpoise; died September 6, 1873, at 

Kennebunk. 

children. 
18 John Clement** Lord, 

Born February 14, 1833, ^t Kennebunk, 

Married January 21, 1857, at London, Eng., Elizabeth 
Mitchell. 

Born July 20, 1834, at Hastings, Eng. 
Died January 20, 1893, at Kennebunk. 

Lucy Hayes Lord, 

Born April 8, 1835, at Kennebunk. 
Died January, 1836, at Kennebunk. 

5 Samuel'' Lord, Jr. [Samuel^ Lieut, Tobias^ Capt. 

Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 

Born January 7, 1806, at Kennebunk, Me.; died May 

16, 1 84 1, at Terre Haute, Ind. ; married May, 1831, at 

Brooklyn, N. Y., Elizabeth Ruthven, daughter of 

James and Jane Ruthven, born April 25, 1808, at New 

York; died August 18, 1847, at Bridgeport, Conn. 

« 
children. 

Mary Jane Ruthven Lord, 

Born March, 1835, at Brooklyn. 

Died February, 1846, at Bridgeport. 



And his Descendants 33 

19 James Ruthven ^ Lord, 

Born July 9, 1837, at Terre Haute. 

Died May 26, 1909, at East Orange, N. J. 

Married June i, 1887, at East Orange, Annie Philips 
Jennings, daughter of J. Frank and Fanny (Blinks) 
Jennings. 

Born February 17, 1864, at Newark, N. J. 
Residing now (191 1) at East Orange. 

Emma Ruthven Lord, 

Born October 30, 1840, at Terre Haute. 

Married November 16, 1867, at New York, John Lef- 
ferts Ludlum, son of William and Elizabeth (Sim- 
mons) Ludlum. 

Born November 6, 1 8 1 2, at New York. 
Died May 17, 1897, at Plainfield, N. J. 
Residing now (191 1) at Plainfield. 

6 Daniel Walker ^ Lord [Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias,^ 
Capt. Tobias^'' Johnl^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born March 29, 1800, at Kennebunkport, Me.; died 
September 4, 1880, at Maiden, Mass.; married ist, 
November 23, 1824, at Westford, Mass., Lydia Abbot, 
daughter of Joel and Lydia C. Abbot, born July 5, 
1798, at Westford; died June 13, 185 1, at Kennebunk- 
port; married 2d, January 5, 1853, at Kennebunkport, 
Lydia Patterson, daughter of Capt. Actor and Lydia 
Patterson, born April 26, 1823, at Kennebunkport; 
died June 5, 1885, at Maiden. 

children. 

Daniel Walter Lord, 

Born October 29, 1854, at Kennebunkport. 
Residing now (191 1) at Washington, D. C. 



34 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

Mary Patterson Lord, 

Born August 29, 1856, at Kennebunkport. 

7 Lois Walker^ Lord {Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias,^ 
Capt. Tobias* John, ^ Nathan^ Nathan'). 
Born May 16, 1802, at Kennebunkport; died Novem- 
ber 3, 1889, at Auburndale (Newton), Mass.; married 
ist, June, 18 18, at Kennebunkport, Rev. George Pay- 
son, born July 12, 1789; died October 22, 1823. 

children. 
Cynthia W. Payson, 

Born June 8, 18 19, at Kennebunkport. 
Died April 2, 1823, at Kennebunkport. 

20 Phoebe Walker^ Payson, 

Born September 26, 1822, at Kennebunkport. 
Died March 27, 1910, at Wellesley, Mass. 

Married August 3, 1842, at Boston, Charles Blanchard 
Dana, son of Nathaniel and Mary (Blanchard) Dana. 
Born March 15, 18 16, at Portland, Me. 
Died December 3, 1906, at Wellesley. 

Lois Walker^ Lord married 2d, September 12, 1825, at 
Kennebunkport, Nathaniel Dana, son of Ephraim and 
Tabitha (Jones) Dana, born May 2, 1787, at Natick, 
Mass.; died January 18, 1856, at Brookline, Mass. 

children. 
George Nathaniel Dana, 

Born September 2, 1 831, at Boston. 

Married November 23, 1854, at New York, Caroline 
Melissa Dodge, daughter of Dr. David Stuart and 
Caroline (Hyde) Dodge. 

Born April 3, 1832, at Hartford, Conn. 
Residing now (1911) at Boston. 



LOIS WALKER LORD 

(MRS. NATHANIEL DANA) 
1802-1899 



PHCEBE LORD 

(MRS. THOMAS COGSWELL UPHAM) 
1804-1882 



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And his Descendants 35 

Louisa Lord Dana, 

Born December 2, 1836, at Boston. 

Married June 4, 1862, at Brookline, Rev. George 
Moulton Adams, son of Samuel and Lucy Sewall 
(Moulton) Adams. 

Born July 17, 1824, at Castine, Me. 
Died January 11, 1906, at Auburndale. 
Residing now (191 1) at Brookline. 

8 Charles Austin^ Lord {Nathajiiel^ Lieut. Tobias,^ 
Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan,^ Nathan '). 
Born May 11, 1806, at Kennebunkport ; died August 
7, 1878, at Portland, Me.; married May 3, 1831, at 
Scarborough, Me., Ernestine Libby, daughter of Capt. 
Stephen and Agnes (Hasty) Libby, born June 9, 1809, 
at Scarborough; died March 8, 1898, at Hancock 
Point, Me. 

children. 

Ernestine Lord, 

Born April, 1832, at Kennebunkport. 
Died young. 

21 Ernestine^ Lord, 

Born May 4, 1834, at Kennebunkport. 

Married May 31, 1855, at Portland, Rev. George Au- 
gustus Bowman, son of Joshua and Hannah Flagg 
(North) Bowman. 

Born December 3, 1820, at Bath, Me. 
Died July 17, 1906, at Waltham, Mass. 

Frances Ellen Lord, 

Born November 11, 1835, at New York. 
Residing now (191 1) at Hancock Point. 



36 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

22 Claire Austin** Lord, 

Born June 7, 1838, at St. Louis, Mo. 
Died January 7, 1885, at Danvers, Mass. 

Married June 7, 1861, at Portland, Charles B. Rice, 
son of Austin and Charlotte (Baker) Rice. 

Born June 29, 1829, at Conway, Mass. 

23 Lydia Arabell^ Lord, 

Born January 2, 1845, at St. Louis. 
Died March 5, 1904, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married October 24, 1 867, at Portland, Stephen Albert 
Emery, son of Stephen and Jenette (Loring) Emery. 
Born October 4, 1841, at Paris Hill, Me. 
Died April 15, 1 891, at Boston. 

Nathalie Lord, 

Born July 12, 1847, at Kennebunkport. 
Residing now (191 1) at Hancock Point. 

Agnes McCartney Lord, 

Born October 30, 1858, at Kennebunkport. 
Residing now (191 1) at Hancock Point. 

9 Nathaniel^ Lord {Nathaniel^ Lieut Tobias,^ Capt. 
Tobias^'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born April 11, 1808, at Kennebunkport; died July 
10, 1852, on Sacramento River, Gal; married Octo- 
ber 12, 1835, at Bangor, Me., Frances Augusta Hunt 
Veazie, daughter of General Samuel and Susanna 
(Walker) Veazie, born July 18, 1S18, at Topsham, 
Me.; died April 21, 1866, at Bangor. 

children. 

24 Charles Veazie^ Lord, 

Born August 17, 1836, at Bangor. 
Died September 26, 1905, at Bangor. 



And his Descendants 37 



Married May 24, 1861, at New York, on his way to 
Washington with the 2d Maine Regiment, Frances 
Elizabeth Strickland, daughter of General Samuel 
P. Strickland. 

Born December 10, 1839, at Bangor. 

Died February 25, 1 901, at Bangor. 

25 Susan Walker** Lord, 

Born April 27, 1839, at Bangor. 

Married September 18, 1858, at Bangor, Edwin Syl- 
vester Farrar, son of Samuel and Sarah (Putnam) 
Farrar. 

Born March 22, 1833, at Bangor. 
Died February 16, 1898, at Boston. 

25a Frank Nathaniel Lord, 

Born June 28, 1841, at Bangor. 
Died May 14, 1909, at Boston. 

Phoebe Louise Lord, 

Born September 3, 1843, at Bangor. 
Died November 29, 1853, at Bangor. 

25b Maria Antoinette Lord, 

Born July 4, 1845, at Bangor. 
Residing now (191 1) at New York. 

Frederic Dana Lord, 

Born February 25, 1848, at Bangor. 

Died July 27, 1858, at Hong Kong, China. 

26 Samuel Veazie^ Lord, 

Born July 22, 1852, at Bangor. 

Married July 18, 1872, at Bangor, Kate Eva Taylor, 
daughter of Thomas A. and Nancy R. Taylor. 
Born November 19, 1850, at Bangor. 
Died September 19, 1895, at Lexington, 
Mass. 

For Records of 25a and 25b, see page 159. 



38 LieutoMnt Tobias Lord 

10 Betsey Watts'' Lord [Nathaniell' Lie^it. Tobias,^ 

Capt. Tobias,'' John,^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born March 23, 1810, at Kennebunkport ; died August 
17, 1833, at Concord, N. H.; married October 28, 1829, 
at Kennebunkport, Nathaniel Gookin Upham, son of 
Nathaniel and Judith (Cogswell) Upham, born Janu- 
ar)^ 8, 1 801, at Deerfield, N. H.; died December 11, 

1869, at Concord. 

children. 

27 Elizabeth Lord^ Upham, 

Born August 18, 1830, at Concord. 

Married May i, 1850, at Concord, Joseph Burbeen 
Walker, son of Joseph and Ann (Sawyer) Walker. 
Born June 12, 1822, at Concord. 

28 Nathaniel Lord^ Upham, 

Born April 27, 1833, at Concord, 

Married June 5, 1861, at Kingston, N. J., Anna 
Howell Janeway, daughter of Rev. Thomas Lieper 
and Abby Blackwood (Howell) Janeway. 

Born December 3, 1835, at Rahway, N. J. 
Died December i, 1903, at Philadelphia. 

11 Susan =' Lord {Nathaniel,^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. To- 

bias,'' John ^ Nathan^ Nathan '\ 
Born December 5, 181 2, at Kennebunkport; died No- 
vember 15, 1890, at New York ; married May 28, 1834, 
at Kennebunkport, Peter Clark, son of Peter and Jane 
(Aiken) Clark, died May 29, 1841, at Nashua, N. H. 

children. 

29 Charles Peter* Clark, 

Born August 11, 1836, at Nashua. 
Died March 21, 1901, at Nice, PVance. 



SUSAN LORD 

<MRS. PETER CLARK) 

1812-1890 



And his Dcscetidants 39 



Married October 21, 1857, at Portland, Caroline Tyler, 
daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Spring) Tyler. 
Born December 19, 1835, at Buenos Ayres, 

Argentina, S. A. 
Died June 24, 1906, at Brookline, Mass. 

Edward Lord Clark (Rev.), 
Born February 3, 1838, at Nashua. 
Died February 5, 19 10, at Boston. 

Married August 11, 1863, at Boston, Susan Grafton 
Clark, daughter of Henry G. and Mary G. N. (Pres- 
cott) Clark. 

Born January 14, 1842, at Boston. 
Died October 9, 19 10, at Brookline. 

Susan Jane Clark, 

Born January 23, 1840, at Nashua. 

Died March 28, i860, at Nashua. 
Peter Clark, 

Born July 23, 1841, at Nashua. 

Died September 25, 1841, at Nashua. 

12 William^ Lord, Jr. {Nathaniel^ Lieu i. Tobias^'' Capt. 
Tobias^'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan ' ). 
Son of NathanieP Lord and Sarah , born Sep- 
tember 5, 1803, at Kennebunkport ; died May 24, i860, 
at Kennebunk ; married ist, November 24, 1825, 
at Kennebunk, Jane Jefferds Larrabee, daughter of 
Joel and Hannah Larrabee, born May 25, 1805, ^t 
Kennebunk; died January 27, 1829, at Kennebunk; 
married 2d, October 5, 1830, at Kennebunk, Sarah 
Ann Bond Little, died April 11, 1831, at Kennebunk; 
married 3d, October 28, 1832, at Kennebunk, Eliza- 
beth Frost, daughter of Timothy and Susan C. Frost, 



40 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

born August 28, 1809, at Kennebunk; died April 2, 
1856, at Kennebunk. 

children. 
George Schepeler Lord, 

Born July 8, 1834, at Kennebunk. 

Died August 10, 1852, at Liverpool, Eng. 

30 Susan Frost '^ Lord, 

Born December 28, 1836, at Kennebunk. 
Died February 23, 1862, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married December 25, 1857, at Kennebunk, Henry 
Gustavus Bell, son of Eugene L. and Mary Ann 
(Savage) Bell. 

Born November 26, 1833, at Boston. 
Francis Augustus Lord, 

Born January 28, 1842, at Kennebunk. 
Died February 14, 1842, at Kennebunk. 

31 Charles William* Lord, 

Born January 17, 1845, at Kennebunk. 

Married ist, November 28, 1866, at Greenfield, Mass., 
Jennie Mary Chapman, daughter of Matthew and 
Elizabeth Chapman. 

Born June 11, 1846, at Greenfield. 
Died February 9, 1868, at Greenfield. 
Married 2d, June 23, 1870, at Portland, Me., Anne 
Hichborn Anderson, daughter of John Farwell and 
Marcia Bowman (Winter) Anderson. 

Born August 3, 1849, at Portland. 

32 Elizabeth Matilda* Lord, 

Born November 6, 1847, 3-t Kennebunk. 

Married June 18, 1868, at Newton, Mass., George 
Lee Newell, son of Richard Austin and Eliza 
(Smith) Newell. 

Born November 3, 183 1, at Boston. 
Died January 23, 1891, at Passaic, N. J. 



And his Descendants 41 

William'' Lord, Jr., married 4th, July 14, 1857, at Kenne- 
bunk, Annie Woodcock Littlefield, daughter of Chris- 
topher and Sarah (Gooch) Littlefield, born July 19, 
1836, at Wells, Me.; died November i, 1900, at Ken- 
nebunk. 

13 Ephraim Perkins'' Lord ( Tobias,^ Lieut. Tobias,^ 

Capt. Tobias,'' Johfi^ NatJian^ Nathan''^. 
Born October 15, 1799, at Kennebunk, Me.; died De- 
cember 18, 1867, at Bucksport, Me.; married February 
14, 1825, at Bucksport, Ruby Spofford, daughter of 
Daniel Spofford, born March 28, 1802, at Bucksport; 
died April 11, 1883, at Bucksport. 

children. 
33 Harriet Louise^ Lord, 

Born December 3, 1825, at Portland. 

Died October 10, 1875, at Hyde Park, Mass. 

Married January 16, 1850, at Bangor, Me., Henry 
Giles. 

Born November i, 1809, in Ireland. 
Died July 9, 1882, at Hyde Park. 

Francis Tobias Lord, 

Born June 16, 1827, at Portland. 

Died September 14, 1850, at New Orleans, La. 

Frederic Spofford Lord, 

Born March 12, 1830, at Portland. 
Died October 28, 1831, at Portland. 

14 Hannah^ Lord ( Tobias^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. To- 

bias,'' Jolin^ Nathan^ Nathan ' ). 
Born March i, 1805, at Kennebunk; died June 6, 
1875, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; married as third wife, June 



42 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

24, 1839, at Boston, Charles Henshaw, son of David 
Henshaw of Leicester, Mass., born March 20, 1789, at 
Leicester; died August 26, 1864, at Boston. 

children, 

34 Frances E.^ Henshaw, 

Born October 5, 1840, at Cambridge, Mass. 

Married April 10, i860, at Boston, Josiah Fiske Fowle, 
son of William Fowle of Boston. 

Born October 20, 1835, at Boston. 

Died November 16, 1900, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Isaac Means Henshaw, 

Born November, 1842, at Cambridge. 
Died May 2, 1878, at Boston. 

Married November 4, 1869, Harriet A. Boles, daugh- 
ter of Levi Boles of Boston. 
Born 1848, at Boston. 
Residing now (191 1) in London, Eng. 

35 Edward^ Henshaw, 

Born September 14, 1844, at Boston. 

Married February 6, 1871, Fannie A. Simmons, daugh- 
ter of George W. Simmons of Boston. 

Born January i, 1849, at Boston. 
Died December 27, 1882, at Boston. 

15 Julia' X^o^xi {Tobias^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias^'' 
John^ Nathan^ Nathan ' ). 
Born February 26, 181 2, at Boston; died September 
13, 1886, at Newton Upper Falls, Mass.; married 1830, 
at Boston, Samuel James Bird, son of George and 
Martha Bird, born March 28, 1805, at Dedham, Mass.; 
died May 14, 1867, at Boston. 



And his Descendants 



43 



CHILDREN. 

36 JuLiA^ Bird, 

Born November 29, 1830, at Boston. 

Married May 12, 1858, at Boston, John L. Doty, son 
of Alonzo and Ruby Doty. 

Born January 20, 1828, at Wallingford, Vt. 
Died October 24, 1872, at Boston. 

Frederick Colburn Bird, 

Born January 8, 1832, at Boston. 
Died September 10, 1869, at Boston. 

Married June 25, 1869, at Boston, Margaret Bagley, 
daughter of Matthew and Eliza Bagley. 
Born 1834. 
Died March 4, 1892. 

37 Emma Josephine^ Bird, 

Born February 13, 1834, at Boston. 
Died November 23, 1908, at West Mansfield, Mass. 
Married June 14, 1857, at East Boston, Francis 
William Bird, son of George and Eliza (Ellis) Bird. 
Born Sept. 17, 1826, at Dedham. 
Died August 6, 1868, at East Boston. 
Isaac Means Bird, 

Born May 11, 1836, at Boston. 
Died November 4, 1865, at Boston. 

38 Jane Louisa*^ Bird, 

Born July 21, 1839, at Boston. 

Married January 8, 1868, at Boston, John Edward 
Mulloney, M. D., son of Daniel Mulloney. 

Born August 31, 1836, at Newport, N. S. 

16 James Lawrence ^ Lord ( Tobias^ Lieut. Tobias,^ 
Capt. Tobias^'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan ' ). 
Born December 16, 181 3, at Bucksport, Me.; died 
September 25, 1892, at Chester, Conn. ; married April 



44 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

1 8, 1847, at Chester, Ruth Jennette Auger, daughter 
of Lebbeus and Ruth McCollum Auger, born Novem- 
ber 17, 1827, at Chester. 

children. 
Edwin James Lord, 

Born June 10, 1849, at Chester. 
Died April 18, 185 i, at Chester. 

Mary Jennette Lord, 

Born August 14, 185 i, at Chester. 
Died August 6, 1858, at Chester. 

39 Charles Edwin ^ Lord, 

Born October 19, 1855, at Chester. 

Married December 8, 1880, at Chester, Ella Camden 
Buell, daughter of Oliver and Hannah (Watrous) 
Buell. 

Born February 23, 1858, at Dill's Ferry, Pa. 

17 George Willis^ Lord ( Tobias^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. 
Tobias,^ John^ Nathaii^ Nathan ' ). 
Born September 24, 18 15, at Boston; died September 
14, 1887, at New York ; married 1st, in 1838, at Mount 
Hope, N. Y., Jane Stackhouse, daughter of Charles 
and Elizabeth Stackhouse, born August 12, 182 1, at 
Schenectady, N. Y. ; died May, 1S44, at Mount Hope. 

children. 

40 Hannah E.^ Lord, 

Born November 28, 1839, at Mount Hope. 
Died October 23, 1900, at Long Branch, N. J. 
Married ist, Gordon Wardell. 

Born Sept. 8, 1805, at Long Branch, N. J. 
Died May 19, 1S81, at Long Branch. 
Married 2d, 1886, at Long Branch, George W. Wooley. 
Died October 28, 1906, at Long Branch. 



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1815-1887 



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A7td his Descendants 45 



41 JuLiA^ Lord, 

Born July 4, 1842, at Mount Hope. 

Married September 15, 1869, at New York, William 
B. Strong, son of Sheldon and Alicia Strong. 

Born March 20, 1842, at Monticello, N. Y. 

George Willis'' Lord, married 2d, August, 1847, ^.t 
Monticello, N. Y., Marietta P. Lindermann, daughter of 
David Lindermann, born February 7, 1831, at Belle- 
ville, N. J.; died September 17, 1907, at Belleville. 

children. 
Alice Lord, 

Born May 17, 1848, at Monticello. 
Died November 25, 1894, at Belleville. 

Jane Lord, 

Born August, 1849, ^^ Monticello. 
Died December, 1849, at Monticello. 

George Lord, 

Born June 21, 185 1, at Monticello. 

42 Christine^ Lord, 

Born July 16, 1854, at Monticello. 

Married ist, September 12, 1 871, at New York, Abram 
Ryerson, son of John and Matilda Ryerson. 

Born July 30, 185 1, at Jersey City, N. J. 
Died June 17, 1881, at Bloomingdale, N. Y. 
Married 2d, October 27, 1884, at Paterson, N. J,, 
Thomas Shaw, son of Thomas and Jane Shaw. 
Born October 27, 1853, at Paterson. 

Frederick Lord, 

Born November, 1861, at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Died April, 1864, at Jersey City. 



46 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

18 John Clement^ Lord [^John:! Samuel^ Lieut. Tobias^ 

Capt. Tobias^'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan"- ). 
Born February 14, 1833, at Kennebunk, Me. ; married 
January 21, 1857, at London, Eng., Elizabeth Mitchell, 
born July 20, 1834, at Hastings, Eng.; died January 
20, 1893, at Kennebunk. He resides now (191 1) at 
New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. 

children. 
Arthur Hastings Lord, 

Born November 15, 1857, at Kennebunk. 

Married December 22, 1889, at Kennebunk, Frances 
Chisholm, daughter of Thomas and Sophia (Brown) 
Chisholm. 

Born March 8, 1 861, at Kennebunkport, Me. 
Died March 11, 19 10, at Kennebunk. 

Elizabeth Virginia Lord, 

Born November 16, 1859, at Kennebunk. 

19 James Ruthven^ Lord {Samuel:/ Samuel,^ Lieut. To- 

bias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John,^ Nathan/ Nathan ' ). 
Born July 9, 1837, at Terre Haute, Ind. ; died May 
26, 1909, at East Orange, N. J.; married June i, 1887, 
at East Orange, Annie Philips Jennings, daughter of 
J. Frank and Fanny (Blinks) Jennings, born February 
17, 1864, at Newark, N. J. She resides now (191 1) at 
East Orange. 

children. 

Emma Ruthven Lord, 2d, 

Born March 6, 1 891, at East Orange. 



JOHN CLEMENT LORD 
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And his Descendants 47 



Alice Jennings Lord, 

Born October i, 1895, at East Orange. 

LiLIAS RUTHVEN LoRD, 

Born January 28, 1898, at East Orange. 

20 Phoebe Walker^ Payson {Lois WJ Lord, Nathan- 

iel,^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'- Johfi^ Nathan^ 
Natha7i ' ). 
Born September 26, 1822, at Kennebunkport, Me.; 
died March 27, 19 10, at Wellesley, Mass.; married 
August 3, 1842, at Boston, Charles Blanchard Dana, 
son of Nathaniel and Mary (Blanchard) Dana, born 
March 15, 18 16, at Portland, Me.; died December 3, 
1906, at Wellesley. 

children. 
George Payson Dana, 

Born June 24, 1845, at Boston. 

Died August 23, 1846, at Kennebunkport. 

Ellen Dana, 

Born November 30, 1847, at Brookline, Mass. 
Died December 3, 1847, at Brookline. 

Arthur Payson Dana, 

Born January 23, 1855, at Brookline. 
Residing now (1911) at Wellesley. 

21 Ernestine^ Lord {Charles A.^ Nathaniel^ Lieut, 

Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born May 4, 1834, at Kennebunkport, Me.; married 
May 31, 1855, at Portland, Me., Rev. George Augus- 
tus Bowman, son of Joshua and Hannah Flagg (North) 



48 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

Bowman, born December 3, 1820, at Bath, Me.; died 
July 17, 1906, at Waltham, Mass. She resides now 
(191 1) at Boston. 

children. 

43 Caroline Norths Bowman, 

Born February 29, 1856, at Portland. 

Married November 11, 1882, at Fergus Falls, Minn., 
William Dvvight Parkinson, son of Rev. Royal and 
Joanna (Griffin) Parkinson. 

Born August 10, 1857, at Falmouth, Me. 

George Ernest Bowman, 

Born January 5, i860, at Manchester, N. H. 
Residing now (191 1) at Boston. 

44 Austin Lord 9 Bowman, 

Born November 14, 1861, at Manchester. 

Married ist, January 19, 1893, at New York, Mary 
Ida Van Home, daughter of Garrett John and 
Mary Jane (Britton) Van Home. 
Born August 4, 1862. 
Died May 28, 1905, at New York. 
Married 2d, December 28, 1907, at New York, Elea- 
nor Irene Heagen, daughter of Matthew and Jane 
(Westman) Heagen. 

Born November 15, 1875, at New York. 

Ernestine Libby Bowman, 

Born October 30, 1863, at Manchester. 
Died August 5, 1864, at Manchester. 

Bernard Davis Bowman, 

Born July 5, 1868, at South Winsor, Conn. 

Died December 12, 1885, at East Hartford, Conn. 



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And his Descendants 49 



22 Claire Austin^ Lord (Charles A.,^ Nathaniel^ 

Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'- Johii^ Nathan^ Na- 
than '). 
Born June 7, 1838, at St. Louis, Mo.; died January 7, 
1885, at Danvers, Mass.; married June 7, 1861, at 
Portland, Me., Charles B. Rice, son of Austin and 
Charlotte (Baker) Rice, born June 29, 1829, at Con- 
way, Mass. Residing now (191 1) at Danvers. 

children. 
45 Lydia Sherman 9 Rice, 

Born March 30, 1862, at Conway. 

Married September 9, 1 891, at Danvers, Frank Fox- 
croft, son of Francis and Harriet (Goodrich) Fox- 
croft. 

Born January 21, 1850, at Boston. 

Nathalie Lord Rice, 

Born December 20, 1867, at Danvers. 

Married August 15, 1900, at Danvers, Frank L. Clark. 
Residing now (19 11) at Oxford, Ohio. 

Austin Rice, 

Born September 25, 1871, at Danvers. 

Married July 19, 1899, at Cummington, Mass., Laura 
Agnes Lyman, daughter of Darwin E. and Julia 
(Stevens) Lyman. 

Born May 5, 1874, at Cummington. 
Residing now (191 1) at Wakefield, Mass. 

23 .Lydia Arabell^ Lord [Charles A.,^ Nathaniel,^ 

Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'^ John^ Nathan^ Na- 
than '). 
Born January 2, 1845, at St. Louis, Mo.; died March 
5, 1904, at Brooklyn (Flatbush), N. Y. ; married Octo- 



50 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

ber 24, 1867, at Portland, Me., Stephen Albert Emery, 
son of Stephen and Jenette (Loring) Emery, born 
October 4, 1841, at Paris Hill, Me.; died April 15, 
1 89 1, at Boston. 

children. 

46 Stephen 9 Emery, 

Born December 24, 1868, at Maiden, Mass. 

Married July 21, 1898, at (Pigeon Cove) Rockport, 
Mass., Nellie Babbitt Thalheimer, daughter of Will- 
iam Burke and Sarah Pritchard (Coolidge) Thal- 
heimer. 

Born May 11, 1869, at Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Charles Austin Lord Emery, 
Born February 9, 1 870, at Maiden. 
Died July i, 1888, at (Pigeon Cove) Rockport. 

47 Sidney Sheppard^ Emery, 

Born May 5, 1 871, at Maiden. 

Married December 16, 1896, at Newton, Mass., Anna 
Payne Butler, daughter of Rev. Nathaniel and Jen- 
ette Loring (Emery) Butler. 

Born August 24, 1862, at Auburn, Me. 

MoRiTz Hauptmann Emery, 

Born November 19, 1875, at Maiden. 

Married May 25, 1905, at Woodbury, N. J., Margaret 
Agnes Weaving, daughter of John Walker and Mary 
(Walker) Weaving. 

Born May 22, 1872, at Cumnor, Webackford, 

Berks, Eng. 
Residing now (191 1) at St. John, N. B. 

48 Ernestine 9 Emery, 

Born September 24, 1877, at Newton Centre, Mass. 



And his Descendants 51 

Married October 2, 1908, at West Newton, Mass., 
Albert Funk Meschter, son of Daniel Yeakle and 
Medora (Elist) Meschter. 

Born February 24, 1880, at Palm, Pa. 

24 Charles Veazie^ Lord {Nathaniel,'' Nathaniel,^ 

Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Na- 
than '). 
Born August 17, 1836, at Bangor, Me.; died Septem- 
ber 26, 1905, at Bangor; married May 24, 1861, at 
New York, on his way to Washington with 2d Maine 
Regiment, Frances Elizabeth Strickland, daughter of 
General Samuel P. Strickland, born December 10, 
1839, at Bangor; died February 25, 1 901, at Bangor. 

children. 

49 Frances Veazie^ Lord, 

Born April 22, 1866, at Bangor. 

Married May 24, 1887, at Bangor, Paul Blatchford, 
son of Eliphalet W. and Mary (Williams) Blatchford. 
Born July 18, 1859, at Chicago. 

50 Nathaniel^ Lord, 

Born July 4, 1870, at Bangor. 

Married October 25, 1902, at Bangor, Elsie Prentiss, 
daughter of Henry Mellen and Julia A. (Dwinel) 
Prentiss. 

Born November 21, 1869, at Bangor. 

25 Susan Walker^ Lord {Nathaniel,'' Nathajiiel,^ 

Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Na- 
than '). 
Born April 27, 1839, at Bangor, Me.; married Sep- 
tember 18, 1858, at Bangor, Edwin Sylvester Farrar, 



52 Lietitenatit Tobias Lord 

son of Samuel and Sarah (Putnam) Farrar, born March 
2 2, 1833, at Bangor; died February 16, 1898, at Bos- 
ton. She resides now (191 1) at Boston. 

children. 

51 Edwin Lord^ Farrar, 

Born October 2, 1859, at Bangor. 

Married February 10, 1887, at Boston, Caroline Whit- 
ney, daughter of Robert P. and Ruth F. Whitney. 
Born February i, 1855, at Topsham, Me. 

52 Ernestine^ Farrar, 

Born June 13, 1863, at Bangor. 

Married February 10, 1887, at Boston, Frank H. 
Atwood, son of Hicks S. and Lydia W. Atwood, of 
Wellfleet, Mass. 

Born August 31, 1 861, at Charlestown, Mass. 

26 Samuel Veazie^ Lord {Nathaniel,'^ Nathaniel,'' 
Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ John^ Nathan^ Na- 
than '). 
Born July 22, 1852, at Bangor, Me; married June 18, 
1872, at Bangor, Kate Eva Taylor, daughter of Thomas 
A. and Nancy R. Taylor, born November 19, 1850, at 
Bangor; died September 19, 1895, at Lexington, Mass. 
He resides now (191 1) at Lynn, Mass. 

child. 

53 Frederick Taylor^ Lord, 

Born January 16, 1875, at Bangor. 

Married November 25, 1901, at Boston, Mabel Delano 
Clapp, daughter of William W. and Caroline Denny 
Clapp. 



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And his Descendants 53 

27 Elizabeth Lord^ Upham {Betsey WJ Lord, Nathan- 
iel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,*' John^ Nathan:^ 
Nathan '). 
Born August 18, 1830, at Concord, N. H.; married 
May I, 1850, at Concord, Joseph Burbeen Walker, son 
of Joseph and Ann (Sawyer) Walker, born June 12, 
1822, at Concord. Residing now (191 1) at Concord. 

children. 

54 Charles Rumford^ Walker, 

Born February 13, 1852, at Concord. 

Married January 18, 1888, at Boston, Frances Sheafe, 
daughter of William and Josephine A. (Peckham) 
Sheafe. 

Born April 15, 1859, at Boston, 

55 Susan Burbeen^ Walker, 

Born June 27, 1853, at Concord. 

Married November 14, i'882, at Concord, Charles M. 
Gilbert, son of Harvey John and Priscilla Hazen 
Kimball (Morrill) Gilbert. 

Born July 9, 1844, at Concord. 

56 Nathaniel Upham"? Walker, 

Born January 14, 1855, at Concord. 

Married June 6, 1888, at Boston, Helen F. Dunklee, 
daughter of John W. and Elizabeth P. (Currier) 
Dunklee. 

Born July 22, 1861, at Clifton, Province of 
Ontario, Can. 

Mary Bell Walker, 

Born September 15, 1856, at Concord, 
Died February 2, 1867, at Concord. 

Eliza Lord Walker, 

Born January 4, 1863, at Concord. 
Residing now (191 1) at Concord. 



54 LicjitoMut Tobias Lord 

57 Joseph Timothy^ Walker, 

Born December 12, 1865, at Concord. 

Married September, 1893, at Concord, Mary Hale 
Sheafe, daughter of William and Josephine A. (Peck- 
ham) Sheafe. 

Born June 17, i860, at Brookline, Mass. 
Died October 11, 1901, at Boston. 

28 Nathaniel Lord^ Upham {Betsey WJ Lord, Na- 
thaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Na- 
than^ Nathan '). 
Born April 27, 1833, at Concord, N. H.; married June 
5, 1 86 1, at Kingston, N. J., Anna Howell Janeway, 
daughter of Rev. Thomas Lieper and Abby Black- 
wood (Howell) Janeway, born December 3, 1835, at 
Rahway, N. J.; died December i, 1903, at Philadel- 
phia. He resides now (191 1) at Duluth, Minn. 

children. 

Bessie Lord Upham, 

Born May 6, 1862, at Philadelphia. 
Died May 20, 1862, at Philadelphia. 

Anna Janeway Upham, 

Born April 3, 1863, at Trenton, N. J. 
Resides now (191 1) at Duluth. 

58 Nathaniel Janeway^ Upham, 

Born August 26, 1865, at Reaville, Hunterdon Co., N.J. 
Married June 7, 1893, at Duluth, Katherine Wood- 
bridge, daughter of William Starkweather and P'ran- 
ces (Poole) Woodbridge. 

Born December 26, 1873, at Duluth. 



CHARLES PETER CLARK. SENIOR 
1836-1901 



And his Descendants 55 



59 Lillian Howell^ Upham, 

Born September 9, 1867, at Reaville. 

Married December 4, 1890, at Philadelphia, Samuel 
Griffith McConaughy, son of Hon. David and Mrs. 
Leana (Matthews) McConaughy. 

Born June 27, 1863, at Gettysburg, Pa. 

60 Thomas Francis Janeway^ Upham, 

Born September 30, 1869, at Reaville. 

Married July 2, 1906, at Port Arthur, Province of On- 
tario, Can., Anna Isabella Greenfield, daughter of 
Rev. James and Anna Greenfield. 

Born May 21, 1876, at Stornaway, Island of 
Lewis, Scotland. 

John Howell Janeway Upham, 
Born August 12, 1 871, at Trenton. 

Married June 2, 1897, at Columbus, Ohio, Alice Lee, 
daughter of Samuel and Martha (Taylor) Lee. 
Born 1869, at Philadelphia. 

Abby Howell Janeway Upham,- 

Born June 8, 1876, at Merchantville, N. J. 
Resides now (1911) at Duluth. 

29 Charles Peter ^ Clark (Susan'' Lord, Nathaniel^ 
Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Na- 
than '). 
Born August 11, 1836, at Nashua, N. H.; died March 
21, 1901, at Nice, France; married October 21, 1857, 
at Portland, Me., Caroline Tyler, daughter of Samuel 
and Elizabeth (Spring) Tyler, born December 19, 
1835, at Buenos Ayres, Argentina, South America; 
died June 22, 1906, at Brookline, Mass. 



56 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

CHILDREN. 

6i Charles Peter*^ Clark, 

Born September 12, 1858, at Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Married January 12, i88r, at Newton, Mass., Helen 
Lancaster, daughter of Charles B. and Mary Eliza- 
beth (Brackett) Lancaster. 

Born April 8, 1 861, at Newton. 

62 Elizabeth Tyler '^ Clark, 

Born July 7, 1 861, at Boston. 

Married July 10, 1887, at Kennebunkport, Me., Rev. 
Edward Y. Hincks, son of John Winslow and Sarah 
Ann (Blodget) Hincks. 

Born August 13, 1844, at Bucksport, Me. 

Susan Lord Clark, 

Born October 20, 1866, at Boston. 
Residing now (191 1) at Barre, Mass. 

63 Carita Tyler'5 Clark, 

Born July 6, 1869, at Newton Centre, Mass. 

Married November 30, 1899, at New Haven, Conn., 
Charles Hammond Blatchford, .son of Eliphalet W. 
and Mary (Williams) Blatchford. 

Born January 2, 1874, at Evanston, 111. 

64 Sally Tylers Clark, 

Born September 22, 1874, at Newton Centre. 

Married June 21, 1898, at New Haven, Edward Grant 
Buckland, son of Andrew Jackson and Julia Ann 
(Turner) Buckland. 

Born December 31, 1866, at Buffalo, N. Y. 

65 Edward Lord^ Clark, 

Born October 11, 1875, at Newton Centre. 

Married October 9, 1 901, at Little Compton, R. L, 
Mary Susan Kempton, daughter of Thomas Warren 
and Mary Jane (Taylor) Kempton. 

Born September 12, 1876, at Little Compton. 



And his Descendants 57 



30 Susan Frost ^ Lord {William^ Jr.^ Nathaniel^ Lieut. 

Tobias^ Capt. Tobias^'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born December 28, 1836, at Kennebunk, Me.; died 
February 23, 1862, at San Diego, Cal. ; married De- 
cember 25, 1857, at Kennebunk, Henry Gustavus Bell, 
son of Eugene L. and Mary Ann (Savage) Bell, born 
November 26, 1833, at Boston. He resides now (191 2) 
at Rutherford, N. J. 

children. 
George Lord Bell, 

Born November 12, 1858, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Died September 20, 1878, at Rutherford, N. J. 
66 Susan Frost^ Bell, 

Born February 2, 1862, at San Diego, Cal, 

Married Nov. 22, 1894, at Rutherford, N. J., Charles 
Howe Watson, son of William and Ellen (Mattock) 
[Davis] Watson. 

Born 1867, at Philadelphia. 

31 Charles William^ Lord {William, Jr.^ Nathaniel,^ 

Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathajt^ Na- 
than '). 
Born January 17, 1845, ^^ Kennebunk, Me.; married 
ist, November 28, 1866, at Greenfield, Mass., Jennie 
Mary Chapman, daughter of Matthew and Elizabeth 
Chapman, born June 11, 1846, at Greenfield; died 
February 9, 1868, at Greenfield; married 2d, June 23, 
1870, at Portland, Me., Anne Hichborn Anderson, 
daughter of John Farwell and Marcia Bowman (Win- 
ter) Anderson, born August 3, 1849, at Portland. 
Residing now (191 2) at Newton, Mass. 



58 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

children. 

67 Elizabeth 9 Lord, 

Born April 20, 1871, at Newton. 

Married September 5, 1 894, at Windham, Me., Charles 
Boardman Beasom, son of William Button and Jane 
Noyes (Boardman) Beasom. 

Born November 15, 1863, at Nashua, N. H. 

68 John Anderson^ Lord, 

Born November 29, 1872, at Newton. 

Married, June 23, 1903, at Newtonville, Elinor Law- 
ton Carter, daughter of John and Isabel (Ward) 
Carter. 

Born August 27, 1875, at Bridgewater, Mass. 
Philip Lord, 

Born August 29, 1877, at Newton. 
Died September 9, 1877, at Newton. 
Robert Howard William Lord, 
Born July 9, 1883, at Newton. 

32 Elizabeth Matilda^ Lord {William, Jr.^ Nathaniel,^ 
Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Na- 
than '). 
Born November 6, 1847, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
June 18, 1868, at Newton, Mass., George Lee Newell, 
son of Richard Austin and Eliza (Smith) Newell, born 
November 3, 1831, at Boston; died January 23, 1891, 
at Passaic, N. J. Residing now (191 2) at Passaic. 

children. 
George Newell, 

Born May i, 1869, at Passaic. 

Died August 23, 1870, at Passaic. 
Ellen Louise Newell, 

Born July 12, 1 871, at Passaic. 

Died April 17, 1872, at Passaic. 



And his Descendants 59 

Marion Lord Newele, 

Born January 6, 1873, at Passaic. 
Florence Newell, 

Born February 21, 1876, at Passaic. 

Died March 17, 19 10, at Boston. 

33 Harriet Louise^ Lord {Ephraim P./ Tobias^ Lietit. 

Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias^'' John^ Nathmi^ Nathan^). 
Born December 3, 1825, at Portland, Me.; died Octo- 
ber 10, 1875, ^t Hyde Park, Mass.; married January 16, 
1850, at Bangor, Me., Henry Giles, born November i, 
1809, in Ireland; died July 9, 1882, at Hyde Park. 

children. 
Louise Giles, 

Born February 15, 1852. 

Died July 8, 1871, at Bucksport, 

Nora Giles, 

Born February 25, 1853. 

Died July 4, 1869, drowned in Penobscot River at Bucks- 
port. 
Henry Giles, 

Born February 26, 1859. 

Died August 14, 1859, at Bucksport. 
Henry Giles, 

Born December 15, i860. 

Died October 15, 1879, at Bucksport. 

34 Frances Elizabeth^ Henshaw {Hannah'^ Lord, To- 

ias^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan,^ 

Nathan ' ). 
Born October 5, 1840, at Cambridge, Mass.; married 
April 10, i860, at Boston, Josiah Fiske Fowle (a great 



6o Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

grandson of Jonas Parker of Lexington, Mass.), son of 
William Fowle of Boston, born October 20, 1835, at 
Boston; died November 16, 1900, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 
She resides now (19 12) at Norwalk, Conn. 

CHILD. 

\ 

69 Mildred Henshaw^ Fowle, 

Born July 4, 1882, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married November 10, 1904, at East Orange, N. J., 
William Kingsley Fowler, son of William Aymar and 
Mary Frances (Aymar) Fowler of Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Born March 8, 1872, at Brooklyn. 

35 Edward^ Henshaw [Hannah^ Lord, Tobias^ Lieut. 
Tobias^'' Capt, Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan ' ). 
Born September 14, 1844, at Boston; married Febru- 
ary 6, 187 1, Fannie A. Simmons, daughter of George 
W. Simmons of Boston, bom January i, 1849, at Bos- 
ton ; died December 27, 1882, at Boston. He resides 
now (1912) at Boston. 

children. 
Edith Sargent Henshaw, 

Born November 17, 1 871, at Boston. 
Residing now (19 12) at Boston. 
Bertha Denny Henshaw, 

Born February i, 1874, at Boston. 

Residing now (191 2) at Wanchfh, Anheui Province, China. 

70 Charles Stanley 9 Henshaw, 

Born April 10, 1876, at Boston. 

Married January 10, 1903, at Boston, Mary Delia John- 
son, daughter of John A. and Margaret Johnson. 

Born September 22, 1880, at Middletown, 
Conn. 



And his Descendants 6i 

Richard Derby Henshaw, 

Born December 9, 1877, at Boston. 

Married May 3, 1909, at Boston, Florence Gertrude 
Fuller, daughter of Justin Bradford and Mary Emma 
(Chapell) Fuller. 

Born July 29, 1890, at Springfield, Mass. 
Residing now (19 12) at New York. 

Rosamond Houghton Henshaw, 
Born October 28, 1880, at Boston. 

Married June 27, 1904, at West Newton, Robert 
Henry Watts, son of Samuel and Mary Jane (Pot- 
ter) Watts. 

Born December 17, 1873, in Ireland, 
Residing now (19 12) at Boston. 

Edward Gordon Henshaw, 

Born January 28, 1882, at Boston. 

Died January 13, 1886, at Westboro', Mass. 

Frances Adelaide Henshaw, 

Born December 27, 1882, at Boston. 

Married October 19, 1906, Harry Wood worth Doherty, 
son of Thomas Farmer and Ida (Wessell) Doherty. 
Born September i, 1876, at Seneca Falls, 
N. Y. 
Residing now (191 2) at Tacoma, Washington. 

36 Julia ^ Bird {Julia"^ Lord, Tobias^ Lieut. Tobias,^ 
Capt. Tobias,^ John^ Nathan^ Nathan ' ). 
Born November 29, 1830, at Boston; married May 12, 
1858, at Boston, John Leonard Doty, son of Alonzo 
and Ruby Doty, born January 20, 1828, at Walling- 
ford, Vt. ; died October 24, 1872, at Boston. She 
resides now (191 2) at Boston. 



62 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

CHILD. 
George Everett Doty, 

Born June 26, 1859, at Boston. 
Residing now (19 12) at Boston. 

37 Emma Josephine^ Bird {Julia'^ Lord, Tobias^ Lieut. 

Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan ' ). 

Born February 13, 1834, at Boston; died November 

23, 1908, at West Mansfield, Mass.; married June 14, 

1857, at East Boston, Francis William Bird, son of 

George and Eliza (Ellis) Bird, born September 17, 

1826, at Dedham, Mass.; died August 6, 1868, at East 

Boston. 

children. 

Caroline Ellis Bird, 

Born September 22, 1858, at East Boston. 

Died September 19, 1865, at East Boston. 

71 Charles Lord^ Bird, 

Born August 31, i860, at East Boston. 

Married ist, October 8, 1884, at Newton Upper Falls, 
Mass., Caroline Vander Hayden Bacon, daughter of 
Horace and Maria Bacon. 

Born August 7, i860, at Newton Upper Falls. 

Died May 6, 1887, at Newton Upper Falls. 

Married 2d, June 25, 1889, at Newton Centre, Mass., 

Frances Aimee Mears, daughter of George Henry 

and Betsey Ann (Dow) Mears. 

Born August 15, 1862, at Boston. 

72 Ellen Eliza ^ Bird, 

Born May 18, 1864, at East Boston. 

Married June 28, 1892, at Newton Upper Falls, Abijah 
Beal, son of Jarvis Thayer and Olive Ann (Drink- 
water) Beal. 

Born February 18, 1869, at Webster, Me. 



And his Descendants 63 

Julia Lord Bird, 

Born July 23, 1865, at East Boston. 
Died September 23, 1865, at East Boston. 

Mary Lillian Bird, 

Born April 3, 1867, at East Boston. 

Married September 3, 1891, at Newton Centre, Will- 
iam Saunders Campbell, son of Rev. George Robert 
and Elizabeth Campbell. 

Born August 23, 1867, at Lower Wood- 
stock, N. B. 

38 Jane Louisa^ Bird {Julia'' Lord, Tobias,^ Lieut. To- 

bias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' John:!' Nathan,'- Nathan^ ). 
Born July 21, 1839, at Boston; married January 8, 
1868, at Boston, John Edward Mulloney, M. D., son of 
Daniel Mulloney, born August 31, 1836, at Newport, 
N. S. Residing now (19 12) at Kentville, N. S. 

children. 

Laura Young Mulloney, 

Born October 22, 1868, at Halifax, N. S. 

73 Raymond Bird 9 Mulloney, 

Born January 6, 1872, at Wolfville, N. S. 

Married June 25, 1905, at St. John's, Newfoundland, 
May Isabel Herder, daughter of George Douglas 
Herder. 

Frederick Crowe Mulloney, 

Born December 7, 1875, at Wolfville. 

39 Charles Edwin ^ Lord {James Z./ Tobias^ Lieut. 

Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias, "^ John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born October 19, 1855, at Chester, Conn.; married 
December 8, 1880, at Chester, Ella Camden Buell, 



64 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

daughter of Oliver and Hannah (Watrous) Buell, born 
February 23, 1858, at Dill's Ferr)% Pa. Residing now 
(191 2) at Middletown, Conn. 

children. 

74 Ruby Jennette McCollum^ Lord, 

Born May 19, 1882, at Chester, Conn. 

Married June 7, 1907, at Middletown, Robert Baldwin, 
son of Lewis and Jane Baldwin. 

Born July 29, 1882, at Middletown. 

75 Emma Elsie^ Lord, 

Born August 21, 1884, at Chester. 

Married August 22, 1904, at Westerly, R. L, Clarence 
Ferdinand Spencer, son of Julius and Teresa Abby 
Spencer. 

Born April 23, 1885, at Chester. 

76 Georgianna Alices Lord, 

Born April 3, 1887, at Chester. 

Married October 29, 1908, at Middletown, John Tal- 
cott Scoville, son of Talcott and Leona (Brown) 
Scoville. 

Born July 26, 1887, at Middletown. 

James Oliver Lord, 

Born March 22, 1890, at Chester. 

Doris Ella Lord, 

Born August 14, 1892, at Chester. 

Charles Edwin Lord, Jr., 

Born December 2, 1895, at Chester. 

Dellis Buell Lord, 

Born January 5, 1898, at Chester. 

Susan Wells Lord, 

Born March i, 1901, at Chester. 



And his Descendants 65 

40 Hannah E.^ Lord ( George W.^ Tobias^ Lieut. To- 

bias^ Capt. Tobias^'- JoJin^ Nathan^ Nathan ' ). 
Bom November 28, 1839, at Mt. Hope, N. Y.; died 
October 23, 1900, at Long Branch, N. J.; man-ied ist, 
Gordon Wardell, born September 8, 1805, at Long 
Branch; died May 19, 1 881, at Long Branch. 

children. 
Emma Wardell, 

Born November 24, 1866, at Long Branch. 
Died February 7, 1904, at Long Branch. 

William Gordon Wardell, 

Born April 16, 1876, at Long Branch. 
Married June 27, 1910, at Westerleigh, Mrs. Mae (Kopf) 
MacCarty, daughter of John H., Sr., and Ida T. 
Kopf. 

Born December 12, 1873. 
Residing now (19 12) at Westerleigh, Staten Island, N. Y. 

Hannah E.^ Lord, married 2d, 1886, at Long Branch, 
George W. Wooley, died October 28, 1906, at Long 
Branch. 

41 Julia ^ Lord {George W.:j Tobias^ Lieut. Tobias,^ 

Capt. Tobias^"- John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born July 4, 1842, at Mt. Hope, N. Y.; married Sep- 
tember 15, 1869, at New York, WiUiam B. Strong, ^on 
of Sheldon and Alicia Strong, born March 20, 1842, 
at Monticello, N. Y. Residing now (191 2) at Monti- 
cello. 

children. 

Jennie Lord Strong, 

Born September 22, 1870, at Monticello. 



66 Lieuteftant Tobias Lord 

Mary Angeline Strong, 

Born October i8, 1871, at Monticello. 

42 Christine^ Lord {George W.^ Tobias^ Lieut, To- 
bias^ Capt. Tobias^'' John^ Nathan^ Natha^i '). 
Born July 16, 1854, at Monticello, N. Y.; married ist, 
September 12, 1871, at New York, Abram Ryerson, 
son of John and Matilda Ryerson, born July 30, 185 1, 
at Jersey City, N. J.; died June 17, 1881, at Bloom- 

ingdale, N. Y. 

children. 
Marietta Ryerson, 

Born August 2, 1872, at Jersey City. 
Died November 14, 1873, at New York. 

77 Helen 9 Ryerson, 

Born September 12, 1874, at Wayne, N. J. 

Married January 3, 1896, at Newark, N. J., William 
Spaar, son of Xavier and Madeline Spaar. 

Born October, 1872, at Orange, N. J. 

78 Belle9 Ryerson, 

Born January 2, 1877, at Belleville, N. J. 

Married November 24, 1895, at Newark, Harry Brown, 
son of Herman and Fanny Brown. 

Born October 24, 1876, at Belleville. 

79 John9 Ryerson, 

Born July 25, 1879, at Philadelphia. 

Married January, 1900, at Paterson, N. J., Selma Fel- 
ton, daughter of Frederick and Marie Felton. 
Born January 17, 1881, in Germany. 

Christine^ Lord married 2d, October 27, 1884, at Pater- 
son, Thomas Shaw, son of Thomas and Jane Shaw, 
born October 27, 1853, at Paterson. 



And his Descendants 67 



FIFTH GENERATION. 

43 Caroline North'' Bowman {Ernestine^ Lord, Charles 

A.^ Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ 

Nathan^ Nathan^). 
Born February 29, 1856, at Portland, Me.; married 
November 11, 1882, at Fergus Falls, Minn., William 
Dwight Parkinson, son of Rev. Royal and Joanna 
(Griffin) Parkinson, born August 10, 1857, at Fal- 
mouth, Me. Residing now (191 2) at Waltham, Mass. 

children. 

Royal Parkinson, 

Born February 10, 1884, at Fergus Falls. 

Dana Parkinson, 

Born June 27, 1885, at Fergus Falls. 

Taintor Parkinson, 

Born October 22, 1886, at Falmouth, Mass. 

Herman Owen Parkinson, 

Born February 3, 1 891, at Taunton, Mass, 

44 Austin Lord^ Bowman {Ernestine^ Lord, Charles 

A.,^ Nathaniel,^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ John^ 

Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born November 14, 1 861, at Manchester, N. H. ; mar- 
ried ist, January 19, 1893, at New York, Mary Ida 
Van Home, daughter of Garrett John and Mary Jane 
(Britton) Van Home, born August 4, 1862 ; died May 
28, 1905, at New York; married 2d, December 28, 
1907, at New York, Eleanor Irene Heagen, daughter 



68 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

of Matthew and Jane (Westman) Heagen, born No- 
vember 5, 1875, at New York. Residing now (191 2) 
at New York. 

CHILD. 

Austin Bowman, 

Born January 11, 19 10, at New York. 
Died April 26, 19 10, at New York. 

45. Lydia Sherman'^ Rice {Claire A} Lord, Charles A.^ 
Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ John^ Na- 
than^ Nathan ' ). 
Born March 30, 1862, at Conway, Mass.; married Sep- 
tember 9, 1 89 1, at Danvers, Mass., Frank Foxcroft, son 
of Francis and Harriet (Goodrich) Foxcroft, born Jan- 
uary 21, 1850, at Boston. Residing now (191 2) at 
Cambridge, Mass. 

children. 
Mary Goodrich Foxcroft, 

Born November 2, 1892, at Cambridge. 

Francis Rice Foxcroft, 

Born September 24, 1898, at Cambridge. 

46 Stephen^ Emery {Lydia A.^ Lord, Charles A.,'' Na- 
thaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Na- 
than^ Nathan^). 
Born December 24, 1868, at Maiden, Mass.; married 
July 21, 1898, at (Pigeon Cove), Rockport, Mass., Nel- 
lie Babbitt Thalheimer, daughter of William Burke 
and Sarah Pritchard (Coolidge) Thalheimer, born May 
II, 1869, at Cincinnati, Ohio. Residing now (1912) 
at Richmond Hill, N. Y. 



And his Descendants 69 



children. 
William Thalheimer Emery, 

Born July 7, 1900, at Newton, Mass. 

Stephen Albert Emery, 

Born August 14, 1902, at Chicago, 111, 

Mary Elizabeth Emery, 

Born March 21, 1906, at Jamaica, Long Island, N. Y. 

47 Sidney Sheppard'' Emery {Lydia A} Lord, Charles 

A.^ Naikaniel,^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' Jolni:^ 

Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born May 5, 187 1, at Maiden, Mass.; married Decem- 
ber 16, 1896, at Newton, Mass., Anna Payne Butler, 
daughter of Nathaniel and Jennette Loring (Emery) 
Butler, born August 24, 1862, at Auburn, Me. Resid- 
ing now (191 2) at Louviere, Douglas Co., Colorado. 

CHILD. 

Loring Lord Emery, 

Born July 25, 1899, at Winchester, Mass. 

48 Ernestine'' Emery {Lydia A^ Lord, Charles A.,'' 

Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ John, ^ Na- 

than^ Nathan '). 
Born September 24, 1877, at Newton Centre, Mass.; 
married October 2, 1908, at West Newton, Mass., 
Albert Funk Meschter, son of Daniel Yeakle and 
Medora (Elist) Meschter, born February 24, 1880, at 
Palm, Pa. Residing now (191 2) at Woodbury, N. J. 

CHILD. 

Emery Meschter, 

Born April 26, 19 10, at Philadelphia. 



70 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

49 Frances Veazie^ Lord {Charles V.^ Nathaniel^ 

Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias!^ Capt. Tobias,'' John ^ Na- 

than^ Nathan '). 
Born April 22, 1866, at Bangor, Me.; married May 24, 
1887, at Bangor, Paul Blatchford, son of Eliphalet W. 
and Mary (Williams) Blatchford, born July 18, 1859, 
at Chicago, 111. Residing now (191 2) at Oak Park, 
111., near Chicago. 

children. 

John Blatchford, 

Born April 20, 1888, at Oak Park. 

Dorothy Lord Blatchford, 

Born December 10, 1889, at Oak Park. 

Barbara Blatchford, 

Born September 14, 1894, at Oak Park. 

Charles Lord Blatchford, 

Born February 12, 1897, at Oak Park. 

50 Nathaniel'^ Lord {Charles V.f Nathaniel^ Nathan- 

iel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,"" Johjii^' Nathan^ 

Nathan % 
Born July 4, 1870, at Bangor, Me.; married October 
25, 1902, at Bangor, Elsie Prentiss, daughter of Henry 
Mellen and Julia A. (Dwinel) Prentiss, born Novem- 
ber 21, 1869, at Bangor. Residing now (191 2) at 

Bangor. 

children. 
Julia Lord, 

Born May 20, 1904, at Bangor. 

Charles Veazie Lord, 2d, 
Born June 5, 1905, at Bangor. 



And his Descendants yi 

51 Edwin Lord'' Farrar {Susan W.^ Lord, Nathaniel,^ 
Nathaniel,^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ John^ Na- 
than^ Nathan^). 

Born October 2, 1859, at Bangor, Me.; married Feb- 
ruary 10, 1887, at Boston, Caroline Whitney, daughter 
of Robert P. and Ruth F. Whitney, born February i, 
1855, at Topsham, Me. Residing now (19 12) at Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

CHILD. 

Whitney Lord Farrar, 

Born March 20, 1891, at Portland, Me. 

52 Ernestine'' Farrar {Susan W.^ Lora, Nathaniel^ 

Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ John:-' Na- 
than^ Nathan''). 
Born June 13, 1863, at Bangor, Me.; married Febru- 
ary 10, 1887, at Boston, Frank H. Atwood, son of 
Hicks S. and Lydia W. Atwood, of Wellfieet, Mass., 
born August 31, 186 1, at Charlestown, Mass. Resid- 
ing now (191 2) at Melrose, Mass. 

children. 
Ernestine Frances Atwood, 

Born November 14, 1887, at Boston. 
Roy Farrar Atwood, 

Born July 12, 1889, at Melrose. 

53 Frederick Taylor^ Lord {Samuel V.^ Nathaniel^ 
Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ John^ Na- 
than^ Nathan '). 

Born January 16, 1875, at Bangor, Me.; married No- 
vember 25, 1 90 1, at Boston, Mabel Delano Clapp, 



72 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

daughter of William W. and Caroline (Denny) Clapp. 
Residing now (191 2) at Boston. 

CHILD. 

Caroline Veazie Lord, 

Born December 28, 1903, at Boston. 

54 Charles Rumford^ Walker {Elizabeth L? Upham, 

Betsey WJ Lord, Nathaniel,^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. 

Tobias,'- John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 

Born Februar}^ 13, 1852, at Concord, N. H.; married 

January 18, 1888, at Boston, Frances Sheaf e, daughter 

of William and Josephine A. (Peckham) Sheafe, born 

April 15, 1859, at Boston. Residing now (191 2) at 

Concord. 

children. 
Sheafe Walker, 

Born November 16, 1888, at Concord. 

Joseph Burbeen Walker, 

Born June 21, 1891, at Concord. 
Died August 4, 1892, at Concord. 

Charles Rumford Walker, Jr. 
Born July 31, 1892, at Concord. 

55 Susan Burbeen^ Walker {Elizabeth L} Upham, 

Betsey Wj Lo7'-d, Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. 

Tobias,'' John^ Nathan,^ Nathan '). 
Born June 27, 1853, at Concord, N. H. ; married No- 
vember 14, 1882, at Concord, Charles M. Gilbert, son 
of Harvey John and Priscilla Hazen Kimball (Morrill) 
Gilbert, born July 9, 1844, at Concord. Residing now 
(191 2) at Savannah, Ga. 



And his Descendants 73 

children. 

Elizabeth Walker Gilbert, 

Born November 11, 1884, at Concord. 

Married April 27, 19 11, at Savannah, Rev. John Harold 
Dale, son of Philip and Harriet (Hough) Dale. 

Born June 18, 1878, at Widnes, Cheshire 
Co., Eng. 
Residing now (19 12) at Billerica, Mass. 

Harvey John Gilbert, 

Born February 26, 1887, at Savannah. 
Residing now (19 12) at Savannah. 

Mary Bell Gilbert, 

Born October 2, 1888, at Concord. 
Residing now (19 12) at Savannah. 

56 Nathaniel Uvwam"^ V\f k\.ky.r {Elizabeth L^ Upkam, 
Betsey WJ Lord, Nathajiiel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. 
Tobias,'' JoJin^ Nathan,^ Nathan"). 
Born January 14, 1855, at Concord, N. H.; married 
June 6, 1888, at Boston, Helen F. Dunklee, daughter 
of John W. and Elizabeth P. (Currier) Dunklee, born 
July 22, 1 86 1, at Clifton, Ontario, Canada. 
Residing now (191 2) at Brookline, Mass. 

children. 

Nathalie Elizabeth Walker, 
Born November 7, 1890, at Boston. 

John Dunklee Walker, 

Born July 3, 1896, at Brookline. 
Died February 10, 1907, at Brookline. 



74 Lieutcnayit Tobias Lord 

57 Joseph Timothy'' Walker {Elizabeth L.^ Upham, 

Betsey Wj Lord, Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^' Capt. 

Tobias,'' JoJin:^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born December 12, 1865, at Concord, N. H.; married 
September, 1893, ^^ Concord, Mary Hale Sheafe, 
daughter of William and Josephine A. (Peckham) 
Sheafe, born June 17, i860, at Brookline, Mass.; died 
October 11, 1 901, at Boston. 

Residing now (191 2) at Concord. 

CHILDREN. 

Infant son, died August 9, 1894, at Concord. 
Joseph Timothy Walker, Jr., 

Born November 11, 1895, at Savannah, Ga. 
Josephine Walker, 

Born July 26, 1897, at Concord. 

58 Nathaniel Janeway^ V^tham. {Nathaniel L.^ Upham, 

Betsey JVj Lord, Nathaniel,^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. 

Tobias,"" John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born August 26, 1865, at Reaville, Hunterdon Co., 
N. J.; married June 7, 1893, at Duluth, Minn., Kath- 
erine Woodbridge, daughter of William Starkweather 
and Frances (Poole) Woodbridge, born December 26, 
1873, at Duluth. Residing now (191 2) at Duluth. 

children. 

Helen Norton Upham, 

Born September 5, 1894, at Duluth. 

Nathaniel Woodbridge Upham, 
Born April 20, 1899, at Duluth. 



And his Descendants 75 



William Woodbridge Upham, 

Born September 22, 1901, at Duluth. 

59 Lillian Howell'' Upham {Nathaniel L.^ Upkam^ 

Betsey IVJ Lord, Natha7tiel^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. 

Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born September 9, 1867, at Reaville, N. J.; married 
December 4, 1890, at Philadelphia, Samuel Griffith 
McConaughy, son of Hon. David and Mrs. Leana 
(Matthews) McConaughy, born June 27, 1863, at 
Gettysburg, Pa. 

Residing now (191 2) at Duluth, Minn. 

CHILDREN. 

Samuel Griffith McConaughy, Jr., 
Born August 29, 1891, at Duluth. 

DwiGHT Dunn McConaughy, 

Born January 21, 1893, at Duluth. 

Nathaniel Upham McConaughy, 

Born November 21, 1894, at Philadelphia. 

Anna Upham McConaughy, 

Born June 10, 1896, at Philadelphia. 

Francis Upham McConaughy, 

Born April 17, 1908, at Merchantville, N. J. 

60 Thomas Francis Janeway^ Upham {Nathaniel L} 

Upham, Betsey WJ Lord, Natha^iiel^ Lieut. Tobias^ 

Capt. Tobias,"- Johnl^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 

Born September 30, 1869, at Reaville, N. J.; married 

July 2, 1906, at Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada, Anna 

Isabella Greenfield, daughter of Rev. James and Anna 



'jd Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

Greenfield, born May 21, 1876, at Stornaway, Island 
of Lewis, Scotland. 

Residing now (19 12) at Duluth, Minn. 

CHILD. 

Alice Greenfield Upham, 

Born April 4, 1908, at Duluth, Minn. 

61 Charles Peters Clark, Jr. {Charles P^ Clark, Su- 
san'' Lord, Nathajiiel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,*- 
John^ N^athan^ Nathan"^. 
Born September 12, 1858, at Jamaica Plain, Mass.; 
married January 12, 1881, at Newton, Mass., Helen 
Lancaster, daughter of Charles B. and Mary Elizabeth 
(Brackett) Lancaster, born April 8, 186 1, at Newton. 

children. 
80 Lancaster Peter '° Clark, 

Born December 22, 1882, at New York, 

Married October 29, 1904, at Buffalo, N. Y., Lulu 
May Jewell, daughter of Willard M. and Elmina 
(Taylor) Jewell. 

Born December 3, 1880, at Eden Centre, 
N. Y. 

Edward Lord Clark, 

Born March 29, 1884, at Newton Highlands, Mass. 
Died April 21, 1904, at Cambridge, Mass. 

Tyler Clark, 

Born March i, 1888, at Newton Highlands. 

Priscilla Clark, 

Born January 20, 1900, at Brookline, Mass. 

Elizabeth Clark, 

Born January 20, 1900, at Brookline. 



And his Descendants ' yy 



62 Elizabeth Tyler'' Clark {Charles P!' Clark, Susan'^ 

Lord, Nathaniel,^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt, Tobias,'' J ohn^ 

Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born July 7, 1861, at Boston; married July 20, 1887, 
at Kennebunkport, Me., Rev. Edward Y. Hincks, son 
of John Winslow and Sarah Ann (Blodget) Hincks, 
born August 13, 1844, at Bucksport, Me. 

Residing now (191 2) at Andover, Mass. 

children. 

Sarah Hincks, 

Born May 26, 1888, at Andover, Mass. 

Carroll Clark Hincks, 

Born November 30, 1889, at Andover. 

Edward Hincks, 

Born June 8, 1892, at Andover. 

Elizabeth Mary Hincks, 

Born September 10, 1894, at Andover. 

Caroline Tyler Hincks, 

Born May 13, 1902, at Andover. 

63 Carita Tyler'' Clark [Charles P^ Clark, Susan'' 

Lord, Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' John ^ 

Nathan,"" Nathan '). 
Born July 6, 1869, at Newton Centre, Mass.; married 
November 30, 1899, at New Haven, Conn., Charles 
Hammond Blatchford, son of Eliphalet W. and Mary 
(Williams) Blatchford, born Januar)^ 2, 1874, at Evans- 
ton, 111. Residing now (191 2) at Concord, Mass. 



78 * Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

children. 
Eliphalet Lawrence Blatchford, 
Born May 3, 1902, at Chicago, 111. 

Charles Hammond Blatchford, Jr. 
Born May 31, 1904, at Chicago. 

Huntington Blatchford, 

Born November 18, 1907, at Hinnetka, 111. 

64 Sally Tylers Clark {Charles P!" Clark, Susa?i'' 

Lord, Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' Jo hit ^ 

Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born September 22, 1874, at Newton Centre, Mass.; 
married June 21, 1898, at New Haven, Conn., Edward 
Grant Buckland, son of Andrew Jackson and Julia 
Ann (Turner) Buckland, born December 31, 1866, at 
Buffalo, N. Y. Residing now (191 2) at New Haven. 
children. 

Charles Clark Buckland, 

Born July 30, 1899, at Pawtuxet, R. I. 

Julia Turner Buckland, 

Born October 6, 1900, at Providence, R. I. 

Susan Lord Buckland, 

Born August 19, 1904, at Woodmont, Conn. 

Chester Parsons Buckland, 

Born October 11, 19 10, at New Haven. 

65 Edward Lord^ Clark {Charles P.^ Clark, Susan'' 

Lord, Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ John^ 

Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born October 11, 1875, at Newton Centre, Mass.; 
married October 9, 1 901, at Little Compton, R. I., 



And his Descendants 79 

Mary Susan Kempton, daughter of Thomas Warren 
and Mary Jane (Taylor) Kempton, born September 
12, 1876, at Little Compton. 

Residing now (191 2) at Brookline, Mass. 

CHILD. 

Kempton Clark, 

Born September 23, 1903, at New York. 

66 Susan Frost ^ Bell {Susan F!" Lord, William, Jr, J 

Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' JoJui^ Na- 
than^ Nathan '). 
Born February 2, 1862, at San Diego, Cal.; married 
November 22, 1894, at Rutherford, N. J., Charles 
Howe Watson, son of William and Ellen (Mattock) 
[Davis] Watson, born 1867, at Philadelphia. 
Residing now (191 2) at Philadelphia. 

children. 
George Lord Watson, 
• Born October 22, 1896, at Philadelphia. 

Died August 26, 1897, at Philadelphia. 
Harry Bell Watson, 

Born March 14, 1899, at Philadelphia. 

67 Elizabeth^ Lord {Charles W.f William, Jr.^ Na- 

thaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,"" John,^ Na- 

than^ Nathan^). 
Born April 20, 187 1, at Newton, Mass.; married Sep- 
tember 5, 1894, at Windham, Me., Charles Boardman 
Beasom, son of William Dutton and Jane Noyes 
(Boardman) Beasom, born November 15, 1863, at 
Nashua, N. H. Residing now (1912) at Newton. 



8o Lieutenant Tobias Lord 



CHILD. 



Elizabeth Jane Beasom, 

Born June lO, 1895, at Newton. 

68 John Anderson '^ Lord {Charles W.^ William, Jr.,^ 

Nathaniel^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Na- 
than^ Natha7i '). 
■ Born November 29, 1872, at Newton, Mass.; married 
June 23, 1903, at Newton ville, Elinor Lawton Carter, 
daughter of John and Isabel (Ward) Carter, born Au- 
gust 27, 1875, at Bridge water, Mass. 
Residing now (191 2) at Dan vers, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

John Anderson Lord, Jr., 

Born August 18, 1904, at Brookline, Mass. 

William Walcott Lord, 

Born November i, 1906, at Woodfords, Me. 

Elinor Lord, , 

Born September 22, 1908, at Woodfords. 

Philip Hosmer Lord, 

Born September 27, 19 10, at Gorham, Me. 

69 Mildred HenshaW^ Fowle {Frances E^ Henshaw, 

HannaJf Lord, Tobias^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,*" 

John^ Nathan,"- Nathan ' ). 
Born July 4, 1882, at Brooklyn, N. Y. ; married No- 
vember 10, 1904, at East Orange, N. J., William Kings- 
ley Fowler, son of William Aymar and Maiy Frances 
(Aymar) Fowler, of Brooklyn, born March 8, 1872. 

Residing now (19 12) at Norwalk, Conn. 



And his Descendants 



CHILDREN. 

William Kingsley Fowler, Jr., 
Born May 2, 1905, at East Orange. 

Aymar Henshaw Fowler, 

Born October 14, 1906, at East Orange. 

Louise Frances Fowler, 

Born February 23, 19 10, at East Orange. 

70 Charles Stanley ^ Henshaw {Edward^ Henshaw, 

Hannah'^ Lord, Tobias^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. To- 
bias,'' Johnl^ Nathan^ Nathan ' ). 
Born April 10, 1876, at Boston; married January 10, 
1903, at Boston, Mary Delia Johnson, daughter of John 
A. and Margaret Johnson, born September 22, 1880, 
at Middletown, Conn. 

Residing now (191 2) at Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

children. 

Frances Margaret Henshaw, 

Born July 5, 1904, at Belmont, Mass. 

Priscilla Alden Henshaw, 
Born June 19, 1906, at Belmont. 

Gordon Stanley Henshaw, 

Born October 19, 19 10, at Belmont. 

71 Charles Lord^ Bird {Emma J} Bird, Julia'^ Lord, 

Tobias,^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ 

Nathan ' ). 
Born August 31, i860, at East Boston; married ist, 
October 8, 1884, at Newton Upper Falls, Mass., Caro- 



82 Lieutenajit Tobias Lord 

line Vander Hayden Eacon, daughter of Horace and 
Maria Bacon, born August 7, i860, at Newton Upper 
Falls; died May 6, 1887, at Newton Upper Falls. 

children. 

Eliot Francis Bird, 

Born January 4, 1886, at Newton Upper Falls. 

Gertrude Helen Bird, 

Born January 13, 1887, at Newton Upper Falls. 

Charles Lord'' Bird, married 2d, June 25, 1889, at 
Newton Centre, Mass., Frances Aimee Mears, daugh- 
ter of George Henry and Betsey Ann (Dow) Mears, 
born August 15, 1862, at Boston. 
He resides now (191 2) at Boston. 

72 Ellen Eliza' Bird [Emma J} Bird, Jiilia'^ Lord, 
Tobias,^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John,^ Nathan^ 
Nathan ' ). 
Born May 18, 1864, at East Boston; married June 28, 
1892, at Newton Upper Falls, Mass., Abijah Beal, son 
of Jarvis Thayer and Olive Ann (Drinkwater) Beal, 
born February 18, 1869, at Webster, Me. 
Residing now (191 2) at Newtonville, Mass. 

children. 

Jarvis Thayer Beal, 2d, 

Born April 3, 1893, at Newton Centre. 

Francis Guy Beal, 

Born September 28, 1894, at Newton Highlands. 



And his Descendants 83 



Robert Aubrey Beal, 

Born September 21, 1895, at Newton Highlands. 
Died January i, 1902, at Newtonville. 

Abijah Stanley Beal, 

Born November 19, 1896, at Newton Highlands. 

William Bird Beal, 

Born March 10, 1898, at Newton Highlands. 
Died July 15, 1898, at Newton Highlands. 

Roger Drinkwater Beal, 

Born October 20, 1901, at Newtonville. 

Olive Emma Beal, 

Born April 27, 1903, at Newtonville, 

73 Raymond Bird^ Mulloney {Jane L.^ Bird, Julia'' 

Lord, Tobias,^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' Jo/m,^ 

Nathan,^ Nathan"^ ). 
Born January 6, 1872, at Wolfville, N. S. ; married 
June 25, 1905, at St. John's, Newfoundland, May Isa- 
bel Herder, daughter of George Douglas Herder. 

Residing now (191 2) at Halifax, N. S. 

CHILD. 

Jane Bird Mulloney, . 

Born August 9, 1907, at Halifax. 

74 Ruby Jennette McCollum^ Lord {Charles E.^ 

James L.^ Tobias^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' 

John^ Natha^i^ Nathan^). 
Born May 19, 1882, at Chester, Conn.; married June 
7, 1907, at Middletown, Conn., Robert Baldwin, son of 



84 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

Lewis and Jane Baldwin, born July 29, 1882, at Mid- 
dletown. 

CHILD. 

Donald Robert Baldwin, 

Born March 15, 1908, at Griswoldville in Wethersfield, 
Conn. 

75 Emma Elsie ^ Lord [Charles E.^ James Z./ Tobias^ 

Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' Joh^i,^ Nathan^ Na- 

ika7t^ ). 
Born August 21, 1884, at Chester, Conn.; married 
August 22, 1904, at Westerly, R. I., Clarence Ferdi- 
nand Spencer, son of Julius and Teresa Abby Spen- 
cer, born April 23, 1885, at Chester. 

CHILDREN, 

WiNFiELD Collins Spencer, 
Born June 2, 1905, at Chester. 

Carmelita Elizabeth Spencer, 
Born June 12, 1908, at Chester. 

Kenneth Lord Spencer, 

Born April 3, 19 10, at Chester. 

76 Georgianna Alice'' Lord {Charles E.^ James Z.,^ 

Tobias^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Na- 

than^ Nathaii ' ). 
Born April 3, 1887, at Chester, Conn,; married Octo- 
ber 29, 1908, at Middletown, Conn., John Talcott 
Scoville, son of Talcott and Leona (Brown) Scoville, 
born July 26, 1887, at Middletown. 

Residing now (19 12) at Middletown. 



And his Descendants 85 

children. 

Charles Talcott Scoville, 

Born August 24, 1910, at Middlefield, Conn. 

Frederick Vernon Scoville, 

Born May 28, 191 1, at Middletown. 

77 Helen ^ Ryerson {Christine^ Lord, George W.:^ To- 

bias^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ 

Nathan '). 
Born September 12, 1874, at Wayne, N. J.; married 
January 3, 1896, at Newark, N. J., William Spaar, son 
of Xavier and Madeline Spaar, born October, 1872, at 
Orange, N. J. Residing now (191 2) at Clifton, N. J. 

children. 

William Spaar, Jr., 

Born August 27, 1896, at Belleville, N. J. 

Madeline Spaar, 

Born September 30, 1898, at New York. 

Osmonde Spaar, 

Born June 12, 1900, at Belleville, 

Clinton Spaar, 

Born August 12, 1902, at Paterson, N. J. 

78 Belle ^ Ryerson {Christine^ Lord, George W.,^ To- 

bias^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' John,^ Nathan^ 

Nathan % 
Born January 2, 1877, at Belleville, N. J.; married 
November 24, 1895, ^-t Newark, N. J., Harry Brown, 
son of Herman and Fanny Brown, born October 24, 
1876, at Belleville. Residing now (191 2) at Belleville. 



86 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

CHILDREN. j- 

Harry Brown, Jr., 'IJ 

Born May 13, 1897, at Belleville. 
DuRwoRD Brown, 

Born September 30, 1898. 

Died August 7, 1899. 
Elliot Brown, 

Born December 11, 1900. 
Ralph Brown, 

Born June 12, 1906. 
Leicester Brown, 

Born March 27, 1908. 

79 JoHN^ Ryerson {Christine^ Lord, George IV.,'' To- 
bias^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,*" John^ Nathan^ 
Natha7t '). 
Born July 25, 1879, at Philadelphia; married January, 
1900, at Paterson, N. J., Selma Felton, daughter of 
Frederick and Marie Felton, born January 17, 1881, 
in Germany. 

Residing now (191 2) at Belleville, N. J. 

children. 
Selma Ryerson, 

Born April 19, 1901, at Newark, N. J. 
John Ryerson, Jr., 

Born April, 1902, at Paterson. 

Died December, 1902, at Athenia, N. J. 
Elsie Ryerson, 

Born December 12, 1903, at Paterson. 

Died July 16, 1904, at Belleville, N. J. 
Florence Ryerson, 

Born October i, 1905, at Belleville. 



And his Descendants 87 

Gertrude Ryerson, 

Born January 5, 1908, at Belleville. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

80 Lancaster Peter '° Clark [Charles P? Clark, Jr., 
Charles P^ Clark, Susan ^ Lord, Nathaniel,^ Lieut. 
Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathaji^ Nathan '). 
Born December 22, 1882, at New York; married Oc- 
tober 29, 1904, at Buffalo, N. Y., Lulu May Jewell, 
daughter of Willard M. and Elmina (Taylor) Jewell, 
born December 3, 1880, at Eden Centre, N. Y. 
Residing now (191 2) at Waterbury, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

Lancaster Peter Clark, Jr., 

Born September 10, 1905, at Greenwich, Conn. 

Charles Peter Clark, 3d, 

Born November, 1907, at Waterbury. 

Alice Coley Clark, 

Born November 29, 19 11, at Waterbury. 



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Daniel Conant 
Nathaniel Conant 
Hephzibah Conant 

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Thomas Low, 2d 
Martha Low . 
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Hephzibah Conant 

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THROUGH HER MOTHER ABIGAIL DODGE 



Richard Dodge 
Sarah Dodge . 
Jerusha Woodbury 
Hannah Raymond 
Abigail Dodge 
Hephzibah Conant 

Edward Bishop 
Hannah Bishop 
George Raymond 
Hannah Raymond 
Abigail Dodge 
Hephzibah Conant 

Robert Hale 
Joanna Hale 
Joanna Larkin 
Joshua Dodge, Jr. 
Abigail Dodge 
Hephzibah Conant 



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1760-1818 

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1638-1685 



1694-17 16 
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Ancestral Lines of Hephzibah Conant 



Roger Conant 1 592-1679 


Mary Conant . 










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Joshua Dodge ' . 










1669- I 694 


Joshua Dodge, Jr. . 










1694-1716 


Abigail Dodge 










1732-1813 


Hephzibah Conant 










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JoHN Woodbury . 












Peter Woodbury 










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Jerusha Woodbury . 










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Hannah Raymond . 










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Abigail Dodge 










1732-1813 


Hephzibah Conant 










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William Raymond 










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George Raymond 










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Hannah Raymond . 










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Abigail Dodge 










1732-1813 


Hephzibah Conant 










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Edward Larkin 










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John Larkin . 










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Joanna Larkin 












Joshua Dodge, Jr. . 










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Abigail Dodge 










1732-1813 


Hephzibah Conant 










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William Dodge 










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Capt. William Dodge 










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Joshua Dodge 










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Joshua Dodge, Jr. . 










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Abigail Dodge 










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Hephzibah Conant 










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LINE OF DESCENT 



GOVERNOR ROGER CONANT 



HEPHZIBAH CONANT 



Roger Conant, 

Baptized April 9, 1592, at East Budleigh, Devonshire, 
Eng. ; married Sarah Horton, November 11, 161 8, at 
London, Eng.; died at Beverly, Mass., November 19, 
1679. He arrived at Plymouth in July, 1623, and was 
Governor of the Massachusetts Colony at Cape Ann, 
1624-26. 

Lot Conant, 

Son of Roger and Sarah (Horton) Conant, born about 
1624, at Nantasket or Cape Ann; married Elizabeth 
Walton in 1649 ; died at Beverly, September 29, 1674. 

John Conant, 

Son of Lot and Elizabeth (Walton) Conant, born 
December 15, 1652, at Beverly; married Bethiah 

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96 Amcstral Lines of HephzibaJi Conant 

Mansfield, May 7, 1678, at Lynn; died at Beverly, 
September 30, 1724. 

Daniel Conant, 

Son of John and Bethiah (Mansfield) Conant, born 
November 19, 1694, at Beverly; married Lucy Dodge, 
January 23, 17 16-17, at Hamilton, Mass.; died at Bev- 
erly in April, 1751. 

Nathaniel Conant, 

Son of Daniel and Lucy (Dodge) Conant, born July 
23, 1726, at Beverly; married Abigail Dodge, Decem- 
ber 16, 1756, at Beverly. Moved to Alfred, Me., about 
1766, where he died January 6, 1808. 

Hephzibah Conant, 

Daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail (Dodge) Conant, 
born at Beverly, February 3, 1760, baptized March 16, 
1760; died at Alfred, October 23, 1818; married Lieut. 
Tobias Lord, son of Capt. Tobias Lord, No\'ember 7, 
1 78 1, at Alfred, as his second wife. 

children. 

Mehitable Lord, 

Born September 17, 1782. 
Died September 12, 18 12. 

Married November 11, 1 802, Francis Watts, son of 
Dr. Edward Watts and Mary Oxnard of Kenne- 
bunk, Me. 



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INTERIOR OF FIRST PARISH CHURCH (UNITARIAN). KENNEBUNK 
FROM 1803 TO 1838 

Drawn by William Eldwaid Barry 



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Ancestral Lines of HephsibaJi Conant 97 

Abigail Lord, 

Born October 3, 1784. 
Died February 11, 1848. 

Married December 25, 1803, Charles White WilHams, 
son of William Williams and Joyce Shellcock of 
Kennebunk. 

Hephzibah Lord, 

Born January 25, 1788. 
Died October 6, 1862. 

Married December 25, 18 10, Robert Waterston of 
Kennebunk. 

Elizabeth Lord, 

Born 1790. 

Died January 10, 1846. 

Married October 24, 1813, as his second wife, Francis 
Watts, son of Dr. Edward Watts and Mary Oxnard. 

George Lord, 

Born September 23, 1791. 
Died October 8, 1861. 

Married April 22, 18 16, Olive Jefferds, daughter of 
Major William Jefferds and Olive Gilpatrick of 
Kennebunk. 

Ivory Lord, 

Born February i, 1794. 
Died August 16, 1868. 

Married ist, June 23, 18 18, Louisa McCulloch, daugh- 
ter of Hugh McCulloch and Abiel Perkins of Ken- 
nebunk. 
Married 2d, June 6, 1843, Mrs. Olive Leighton Emer- 
son, widow of Dr. William Samuel Emerson, and 
daughter of John and Eliza Bourne. 



98 Alices ti'al Lilies of HephzibaJi Conant 

Lucy Lord, 

Born 1797. 

Died November 6, 1823. 

Married September 10, 18 18, Hercules M. Hayes. 

William Lord, 
Born July 3, 1799. 
Died March 2, 1873. 

Married October 23, 1820, Sarah Cleaves, daughter of 
David Cleaves and Sarah Fairfield. 

Francis Augustus Lord, 
Born March, 1806. 
Died September 2, 1839. 

Married October, 1856, Lydia Frances Smith, daugh- 
ter of Benjamin Smith and Lucy Dutch. 



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DESCENDANTS 

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LIEUTENANT TOBIAS LORD 

AND 

HEPHZIBAH CONANT 

HIS SECOND WIFE 



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LIEUTENANT TOBIAS LORD 



AND HIS DESCENDANTS 



Lieut. Tobias 5 Lord {CapL Tobias,'^ Johii^ Nathan,^ 
Nathan ') 
Born February 22, 1749, at Arundel (Kennebunkport), 
Me.; died January 16, 1808, at Kennebunk, Me.; 
married 2d, November 7, 1 781, at Alfred, Me., Heph- 
zibah Conant, daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail 
(Dodge) Conant, born February 3, 1760, at Beverly, 
Mass.; baptized March 16, 1760; died October 23, 
1 8 18, at Alfred. 



CHILDREN. 

I Mehitable^ Lord, 

Born September 17, 1782, at Kennebunk. 
Died September 12, 1 812, at Kennebunk. 

Married November 11, 1802, at Kennebunk, Francis 
Watts, son of Dr. Edward and Mary (Oxnard) 
Watts. 

Born 1780, at Portland, Me. 
Died April 6, 1845, at Boston. 

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102 LiciUenanl Tobias Lord 

2 Abigail^ Lord, 

Born October 3, 1784, at Kennebunk. 
Died February 11, 1848, at Kennebunk. 

Married December 25, 1S03, at Kennebunk, Charles 
White Williams, son of William and Joyce (Shell- 
cock) Williams. 

Born July 21, 1780, at Boston. 

Died October 21, i860, at Kennebunk. 

3 Hephzibah ^ Lord, 

Born January 25, 1788, at Kennebunk. 
Died October 6, 1862, at Boston. 

Married December 25, 1810, at Alfred, Robert Water- 
ston, son of Robert and Helen (Cassie) Waterston. 
Born February 12, 1778, at Edinburgh, Scot- 
land. 
Died August 30, 1869, at Boston. 

Elizabeth Lord, 

Born 1790, at Kennebunk. 

Died January 10, 1846, at Boston. 

Married October 24, 18 13, at Alfred, as his second 
wife, Francis Watts, son of Dr. Edward and Mary 
(Oxnard) Watts ; he had previously married her 
sister, Mehitable (i) Lord. 

Born 17S0, at Portland. 

Died April 6, 1745, at Boston. 

4 George^ Lord, 

Born September 23, 1791, at Kennebunk. 
Died October 8, 1 861, at Kennebunk. 

Married April 22, 18 16, at Kennebunk, Olive Jefferds, 
daughter of Major William and Olive (Gilpatrick) 
Jefferds. 

Born December 21, 1793, at Kennebunk. 
Died July 4, 1879, at Newton, Mass. 



ELIZABETH LORD 

(MRS. FRANCIS WATTS) 
1790-1846 



And his Descendants 103 

5 IvoRY^ Lord, 

Born February i, 1794, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 16, 1868, at Kennebunk. 

Married ist, June 23, 18 18, at Kennebunkport, Louisa 
McCulloch, daughter of Hugh and Abiel (Perkins) 
McCulloch. 

Born November 25, 1798, at Kennebunk. 
Died July 23, 1842, at Kennebunk. 
Married 2d, June 6, 1843, ^t Kennebunk, Mrs, Olive 
Leighton Emerson, widow of Dr. William Samuel 
Emerson, and daughter of John and Eliza Bourne. 
Born May 23, 1805, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 26, 1894, at Milton, Mass. 

Lucy Lord, 

Born 1797, at Kennebunk. 

Died November 6, 1823, at Boston. 

Married September 10, 1818, at Kennebunk, Hercules 
M. Hayes. 

Born 1790, at Dover, N. H. 

Died March 11, 1853, at New York. 

6 William^ Lord, 

Born July 3, 1799, at Kennebunk. 
Died March 2, 1873, at Kennebunk. 

Married October 23, 1820, Sarah Cleaves, daughter of 
David and Sarah (Fairfield) Cleaves. 

Born November 30, 1801, at Biddeford, Me. 
Died December 19, 1855, at Kennebunk. 

7 Francis Augustus^ Lord, 

Born March, 1806, at Alfred. 
Died September 2, 1839. 

Married October, 1856, Lydia Frances Smith, daugh- 
ter of Benjamin and Lucy (Dutch) Smith. 



I04 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

SECOND GENERATION. 

I Mehitable^ Lord [Lieiit. Tobias^" Capt. Tobias^'' 
John^ Nathan^ NatJiaii '). 
Born September 17, 1782, at Kennebuiik, Me.; died 
September 12, 181 2, at Kennebunk; married Novem- 
ber II, 1802, at Kennebunk, Francis Watts, son of 
Dr. Edward and Maiy (Oxnard) Watts, born 1780, 
at Portland, Me.; died April 6, 1845, ^^ Boston. 

children. . 

8 Francis Osborn'' Watts, 

Born August 9, 1803, at Kennebunk. 
Died September 28, i860, at Boston. 

Married May i, 1826, at Roxbury (Boston), Caroline 
Goddard, daughter of Dr. Thatcher and Lucy (Wis- 
wall) Goddard. 

Born February 27, 1806, at Charlestown, 

Mass. 
Died July 25, 1850, at Boston. 

9 Edward 7 Watts, 

Born 1806, at Kennebunk. 

Died April 18, 1832, at Boston. 

Married 1827-28, at Kennebunk, Sarah B. Emerson, 
daughter of Dr. Samuel and Olive (Barrell) Emer- 
son. 

Augusta Watts, 

Born June, 1809, at Kennebunk. 
Died February 27, 1892, at Boston. 

Married October, 1 848, at Boston, Wellington Le Garron 
Hunt, son of Joel and Clara Hunt. 

Born 18 1 7, at West Medway, Mass. 
Died October 31, 1889, at Boston. 



RESIDENCE OF ABIGAIL LORD 

(MRS. CHARLES WHITE WILLIAMS) 

And later of Sarah Cleaves Lord, 1st Mrs. Charles Edward Barry — 2nd Mrs. Jott S. Perkins 

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Francis Watts married 2d, October 24, 18 13, at Alfred, 
Me., Elizabeth Lord, sister of Mehitable Lord. 

2 Abigail^ Lord {Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' JoJni^ 
Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born October 3, 1784, at Kennebunk; died February 
II, 1848, at Kennebunk ; married December 25, 1803, 
at Kennebunk, Charles White Williams, son of Wil- 
liam and Joyce (Shellcock) Williams, born July 21, 
1780, at Boston; died October 21, i860, at Kenne- 
bunk. 

children. 

William Williams, 

Born September 5, 1804, at Kennebunk. 
Died April 18, 1 881, at Kennebunk. 

10 Serena Joyce 7 Williams, 

Born February 12, 1806, at Kennebunk. 
Died June i, 1881, at Geneva, Switzerland. 

Married February 2, 1830, at Kennebunk, George W. 
Campbell, son of Alex, and Ruth Campbell. 
Born 1795, at Lebanon, N. H. 
Died February 2, 1869, at Bradford, Mass. 

11 Charles^ Williams, 

Born November 28, 1807, at Kennebunk. 
Died April 18, 1882, at Framingham, Mass. 

Married October 14, 1834, at Kennebunk, Diantha 
Livermore Fiske, daughter of John and Azubah 
(Purse) Fiske. 

Born October 14, 181 5, 

Died August 2, 1857, ^^ Framingham. 



io6 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 



Abigail Lord Williams, 

Born February 20, 1810, at Kennebunk. 
Died February 20, 1893, at Kennebunk. 

12 Harriet Newell 7 Williams, 

Born July 29, 1812, at Kennebunk. 
Died June 16, 1841, at Huntington, Ind. 

Married May 4, 1 840, at Kennebunk, Freeman Sawyer. 

Tobias Lord Williams, 

Born March 3, 181 5, at Kennebunk. 
Died September 21, 1849, at Kennebunk. 

John Howard Williams, 

Born October 9, 1817, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 13, 1836, at Indianapolis, Ind. 

13 Claudius Buchanan'' Williams, 

Born December 19, 18 19, at Kennebunk. 
Died March 24, 1886, at Kennebunk. 

Married August 2, 1852, at Kennebunk, Olive Eliza- 
beth Wise, daughter of William Wood and Jane 
Lord (Perkins) Wise. 

Born October 15, 1822, at Kennebunk. 
Died February 16, 1904, at Kennebunk. 

Henry Williams, 

Born March i, 1822, at Kennebunk. 
Died July 8, 1905, at Alton, N. H. 

Married June 18, 1867, at Boston, Harriet N. Walden, 
daughter of Joseph B. and Phoebe (Hawkins) Walden. 
Born October 22, 1834, at Chepachet, R. I. 
Died October 13, 19 10, at Boston. 

Francis Fenelon Williams, 

Born July 31, 1824, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 3, 1 891, at Palmer, Mass. 



ROBERT WATEFiSTON 

1778-1869 
From a Paintins by Gilbert Stuart, 1824; 



HEPHZIBAH LORD 

(MRS. ROBERT WATERSTON) 

1788-1862 
From a Painting by Gilbert Stuart, 1824 



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And /lis Descendants 107 

14 Albert Newton ' Williams, 

Born July 13, 1827, at Kennebunk. 
Died April 26, 1907, at Kennebunk. 

Married February 29, 1856, at Calcutta, India, Mrs. 
Louisa Sarah Amelia Cooper, daughter of John 
Mahon and Maria Louisa Piggott. 

Born February 11, 1828, at London, Eng. 
Died April 29, 1904, at Kennebunk. 

3 Hephzibah^ Lord {Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,^ 
John^ Nathan^ Nathan^). 
Born January 25, 1788, at Kennebunk, Me.; died 
October 6, 1862, at Boston; married December 25, 
1 8 10, at Alfred, Me., Robert Waterston, son of Robert 
Waterston of Edinburgh, Scotland, and Helen Cas- 
sie, daughter of Robert Cassie of North Berwick, 
Scotland, born Februai*y 12, 1778, at Edinburgh; 
died August 30, 1869, at Boston. 

children. 

15 Robert Cassie ^ Waterston, 

Born March 20, 18 12, at Kennebunk. 
Died February 21, 1893, at Boston. 

Married April 22, 1840, at Cambridge, Mass., Anna 
Cabot Lowell Quincy, daughter of Josiah Quincy, 
Senior, and Elizabeth Susan Morton. 
Born June 27, 1812, at Boston. 
Died October 14, 1899, at Newton, Mass. 

Martha Waterston, 

Born November 17, 181 5, at Boston. 
Died February 17, 18 16, at Boston. 



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i6 Helen Elizabeth 7 Waterston, 
Born March 6, 1819, at Boston. 
Died April 23, 1897, at Cambridge. 

Married April 28, 1841, at Boston, Charles Deane, 
son of Dr. Ezra and Mary (Moody) Deane. 

Born November 10, 18 13, at Biddeford, Me. 
Died November 13, 1889, at Cambridge. 

17 Lucy Augusta Hayes^ Waterston, 

Born May 29, 1821, at Boston. 

Died May 23, 190 1, at Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

Married March 26, 1847, at Boston, George Greig, 
son of James and Catherine (Turpie) Greig. 

Born April 13, 18 15, at Kinghorn, Fife, 

Scotland. 
Died December 15, 1896, at Toronto. 

18 Marion Ruthven 7 Waterston, 

Born May 28, 1823, at Boston. 
Died August 8, 19 10, at Newton. 

Married September 22, 1846, at Boston, George 
Clement Lord, son of George and Olive (Jefferds) 
Lord. 

Born February 27, 1823, at Kennebunk. 
Died February 23, 1893, at Newton. 

Margaret Waterston, 

Born September 27, 1826, at Boston. 

Died September 17, 183 1, at Charlestown, Mass. 

4 George^ Lord {Lieut. Tobias^" Capt. Tobias,'' JoJui^ 

Nathan^ Nathan '). 

Born September 23, i79i,at Kennebunk, Me.; died 

October 8, 1861, at Kennebunk; married April 22, 

18 1 6, at Kennebunk, Olive Jefferds, daughter of 



And his Descendants 109 

Major William and Olive (Gilpatrick) Jefferds, born 
December 21, 1793, at Kennebunk; died July 4, 
1879, at Newton, Mass. 

children. 

Hannah Elizabeth Lord, 

Born January 19, 18 17, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 23, 18 18, at Kennebunk. 

Lucy Hayes Lord, 

Born April 19, 18 19, at Kennebunk. 
Died December 12, 1833, at Kennebunk. 

Olive Jefferds Lord, 

Born April 29, 1821, at Kennebunk. 
Died May 15, 1829, at Kennebunk. 

19 George Clement ^ Lord, 

Born February 27, 1823, at Kennebunk. 
Died February 23, 1893, at Newton, Mass. 

Married September 22, 1846, at Boston, Marion 
Ruthven Waterston, daughter of Robert and Heph- 
zibah (Lord) Waterston. 

Born May 28, 1823, at Boston. 
Died August 8, 19 10, at Newton. 

Charles Howard Lord, 

Born January 20, 1825, at Kennebunk, 
Died January 6, 1892, at Newton. 

Married June 5, 1849, ^t Saco, Me., Lucy Lord Hayes, 
daughter of Joseph M. and Susannah (Wildes) Hayes. 
Born March 7, 1826, at Saco. 
Died July 17, 1899, at Watertown, Mass. 

Edward Augustus Lord, 

Born August 3, 1827, at Kennebunk. 
Died October 8, 1827, at Kennebunk. 



I ro Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

Edward Watts Lord, 

Born April 4, 1830, at Kennebunk. 
Died March 23, 1903, at Boston. 

5 Ivory ^ Lord [Lieiit. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ 
Nathan^ Nathan^). 
Born February i, 1794, at Kennebunk, Me.; died Au- 
gust 16, 1868, at Kennebunk; married ist, June 23, 
18 18, at Kennebunkport, Louisa McCulloch, daugh- 
ter of Hugh and Abiel (Perkins) McCulloch, born 
November 25, 1798, at Kennebunk; died July 23, 
1842, at Kennebunk. 

children. 

20 Augusta Hephzibah'' Lord, 

Born August 2, 18 19, at Kennebunk. 
Died June 20, 1844, at Groton, Mass. 

Married August 31, 1843, at Kennebunk, Rev. Joseph 
C. Smith, son of Robert and Elizabeth (Couch) 
Smith. 

Born July 18, 18 19, at Waltham, Mass. 
Died December 29, 1857, at Honolulu, Ha- 
waiian Islands. 

21 William Francis ^ Lord, 

Born February 26, 182 i, at Kennebunk. 
Died December 20, 1883, at Kennebunk. 

Married June 4, 1844, at Kennebunk, Olive Matilda 
Porter, daughter of Horace and Lavina (Fisher) 
Porter. 

Born March 27, 1823, at Kennebunk. 
Died January 22, 1890, at Kennebunk. 



RESIDENCE OF IVORY LORD 

(Built 1834) 

Later of Ellen Frances Lord — Mrs. George Francis Robinson 

SUMMER STREET, KENNEBUNK 



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And Jus Descendants ill 

22 Louisa 7 Lord, 

Born April 4, 1823, at Kennebunk. 
Died May 28, 1886, at Kennebunk. 

Married June 7, 1848, at Kennebunk, Joseph Dane, 
son of Joseph and Mary (Clark) — grand-daughter 
of Rev. Jonas Clark of Lexington — Dane. 

Born February 21, 1823, at Kennebunk. 
Died March 17, 1884, at Kennebunk. 

23 Elizabeth Watts ? Lord, 

Born March 25, 1825, at Kennebunk, 
Died October 8, 1858, at Kennebunk. 

Married June 7, 1853, at Kennebunk, Nathaniel Lord 
Thompson, son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth S. (Huff) 
Thompson. 

Born July 24, 1811, at Kennebunkport. 
Died February 8, 1889, at Kennebunk. 

24 John Adams^ Lord, 

Born October 28, 1827, at Kennebunk. 

Married January 18, 1852, at Kennebunk, Lucy 
Amanda Warren, daughter of Alexander and Lucy 
(Kelley) Warren. 

Born August 7, 1829, at Kennebunk. 
Died May 21, 1895, at Kennebunk. 

25 Olive 7 Lord, 

Born January 27, 1 831, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 29, 1884, at Kennebunk. 

Married January i, 185 1, at Kennebunk, Edward W. 
Morton, son of Stephen and Sally Wood (Frost) 
Morton. 

Born August 30, 1828, at Portland, Me. 
Died January 10, 1894, at Kennebunk. 

Frederick Lord, 

Born June 26, 1833, at Kennebunk. 
Died January 17, 1837, at Kennebunk. 



'12 Licjiteiiant Tobias Lord 



Ivory ^ Lord married 2d, June 6, 1843, at Kennebunk, 
Mrs. Olive Leighton Emerson, widow of Dr. William 
Samuel Emerson, and daughter of John and Eliza 
Bourne, born May 23, 1805, at Kennebunk; died 
August 26, 1894, at Milton, Mass. 

6 William ^ Lord {Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ 
Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born July 3, 1799, at Kennebunk, Me.; died Novem- 
ber 2, 1873, at Kennebunk; married October 23, 1820, 
Sarah Cleaves, daughter of David and Sarah (Fair- 
field) Cleaves, born November 30, 1 801, at Biddeford, 
Me.; died December 19, 1855, at Kennebunk. 

children. 

26 Sarah Cleaves^ Lord, 

Born August 7, 1821, at Kennebunk. 
Died May 23, 1904, at Kennebunk. 

Married ist, June 24, 1845, at Kennebunk, Charles 
Edward Barry, son of Samuel and Rebecca (Mar- 
shall) Barry. 

Born January 15, 18 11, at Brookline, Mass. 
Died January, 1851, at sea. 
Captain of ship " William Lord " lost at sea, 
Savannah, Ga., to Liverpool, Eng. 
Married 2d, October 26, 1858, at Kennebunk, Jott S. 
Perkins, son of Eliphalet Perkins. 

Died November 21, 1871, at Kennebunk. 

William C. Lord, 

Born January 29, 1823, at Kennebunk. 
Died April 28, 1892, at Boston. 



And his Descendants 113 

27 Hartley^ Lord, 

Born June 23, 1825, at Kennebunk. 

Married ist, August 29, 1848, at Kennebunk, Sarah 
Elizabeth Hilton, daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth 
Ann (Foss) Hilton. 

Born January 15, 1827, at Alfred, Me. 
Died March 8, 1 871, at Kennebunk. 
Married 2d, November 11, 1874, Julia M. Perkins. 
Born May 27, 1841, at Kennebunkport. 
Died February 14, 1902, at Boston. 

28 Robert Waterston ^ Lord, 

Born April 14, 1828, at Kennebunk. 

Married December 8, 1857, at Kennebunk, Mary Morse 
Mendum, daughter of Samuel and Mary (Kelly) 
Mendum. 

Born July 7, 183 1, at Kennebunk. 
Died October 16, 1906, at Kennebunk. 

29 George Wells 7 Lord, 

Born November 28, 1830, at Kennebunk. 
Died June 16, 19 12, at Melrose, Mass. 

Married December 17, 1857, at Kennebunk, Lucy 
Augusta Bourne, daughter of George W. and Jane 
(Jefferds) Bourne. 

Born November 4, 1830, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 5, 1883, at Boston. 

Daniel Cleaves Lord, 

Born July 23, 1833, at Kennebunk. 
Died May 27, 1857, at Chincha Islands. 

30 Henry Clay^ Lord, 

Born May 31, 1836, at Kennebunk. 

Died December 3, 1 901, at St. Johnsbury, Vt. 



114 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

Married March i8, 1863, at Boston, Rebecca Jane 
Greenleaf, daughter of Gardner and Rebecca Jane 
(Douglas) Greenleaf. 

Born March 12, 1 841, at Boston. 

Died May 16, 1877, at Boston. 

Frederick Lord, 

Born September 16, 1838, at Kennebunk. 
Died February 8, 1859, ^t Newton, Mass. 

Mary Cleaves Lord, 

Born December 14, 1841, at Kennebunk. 
Died October 26, 1843, ^t Kennebunk. 

31 Mary Cleaves Lord, 

Born July 3, 1844, at Kennebunk. 
Died July 28, 1886, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married December 20, 1871, at Kennebunk, Walter 
Harvey Coleman, son of Walter Coleman. 

Born April 19, 1843, at Providence, R. L 
Died June i, 1902, at Kennebunk Beach, 
Me. 

7 Francis Augustus^ Lord {Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. 
Tobias^'' Johnil' Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born March, 1806, at Alfred, Me.; died September 2, 
1839, at Kennebunk, Me.; married October, 1836, at 
Kennebunk, Lydia Frances Smith, daughter of Ben- 
jamin and Lucy (Dutch) Smith, born 1817, at Kenne- 
bunk; died 1 88 1, at Kennebunkport. 

child. 

32 Lucy Smith Lord, 

Born July 17, 1837, at Kennebunk. 
Died November 7, i9'oo, at Boston. 



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1803-1860 



And his Descendants 115 

Married 1859, at Kennebunk, Rufus Augustus Wills, 
son of Rufus and Caroline (Johnson) Wills. 

Born March i, 1839, at Newburyport, Mass. 
Died April 9, 1883, at Boston. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

8 Francis Osborne^ Watts {Mehitable^ Lord, Lieut. 
Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' JoJni^ Nathan^ Natkan,"^ 
Born August 9, 1803, at Kennebunk, Me.; died Sep- 
tember 28, i860, at Boston; married May i, 1826, at 
Roxbuiy, Mass., Caroline Goddard, daughter of Dr. 
Thatcher and Lucy (Wiswall) Goddard, of Kenne- 
bunk, born February 27, 1806, at Charlestown, Mass. ; 
died July 25, 1850, at Boston. 

children. 

Lucy Goddard Watts, 

Born February 4, 1827, at Boston. 
Died August 20, 1832, at Boston. 

Frances Watts, 

Born April i, 1829, at Boston. 
Died May 11, 1845, at Boston. 

33 Alice Haskell^ Watts, 

Born May 2, 1 831, at Boston. 

Married May 25, 1865, at Boston, Thomas Joseph Lee, 
son of Thomas Jones and Catherine (Davis) Lee. 
Born May 13, 1829, at Winthrop, Me. 
Died May 5, 1879, ^^ Boston. 

Caroline Goddard Watts, 

Born July 11, 1834, at Boston. 
Died November 16, 1834, at Boston. 



ii6 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

Edward Watts, 

Born August 2, 1835, at Boston. 
Died September, 1836, at Boston. 

Caroline Goddard Watts, 

Born February 27, 1838, at Boston. 

Died August 24, 1872, at Northfield, Minn. 

Married June 13, 186 1, at Roxbury, Mass., Rev. Thomas 
S. Pycott. 

Born September 20, 1831, at Portland, Me. 
Died September 28, 1902, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

9 Edward^ Watts {Mehitable^ Lord, Lietit. Tobias,^ 
Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan,^ 
Born 1806, at Kennebunk, Me.; died April 18, 1832, at 
Boston; married 1827-28, at Kennebunk, Sarah B. 
Emerson, daughter of Dr. Samuel and Olive (Barrell) 
Emerson. 

CHILD. 

Elizabeth Watts, 

Born June 4, 1829, at Boston. 
Died June 20, 1856, at Boston. 

Married November, 1854, George Henry Kingsbury, 
son of Henry and Julia Ann (Bourne) Kingsbury. 
Born March 4, 1827, at Kennebunk. 
Died March 24, 1899, at Boston. 

10 Sp:rena Joyce'' Williams {Abigail'' Lord, Lieut. 
Tobias^ Capt. Tobias^*" John^ Nathan,^ Nathan '). 
Born February 12, 1806, at Kennebunk, Me.; died 
June I, 188 1, at Geneva, Switzerland; married Feb- 
ruary 2, 1830, at Kennebunk, George W. Campbell, 



And his Descendants 117 



son of Alex, and Ruth Campbell, born 1795, at 
Lebanon, N. H.; died February 2, 1869, at Bradford, 

Mass. 

children. 

Serena Williams Campbell, 

Born November 13, 1830, at Millbury, Mass. 
Died August 15, 1858, at Bradford. 

Lucy Isabella Campbell, 
Born March, 1835, at Bradford. 

Died October 27, 1887, at Monksfield, Ryde, Isle of 
Wight, Eng. 
Married 1866, at Bradford, George Peabody Russell, 
son of Jeremiah and Judith Dodge (Peabody) Rus- 
sell. 

Harriet Abigail Campbell, 

Born February 4, 1838, at Newbury, Vt. 
Died 1907, in Scotland. 

Sarah Adelaide Campbell, 

Born February, 1842, at Newbury. 
Died August 7, 1879, at Paris, France. 

Ellen Louisa Campbell, 
Born 1847, at Newbury. 
Died June 17, 1869, at Bradford. 

II Charles' W\y.iaams {Abigail^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias,^ 
Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathaji^ Nathan '). 
Born November 28, 1807, at Kennebunk, Me.; died 
April 18, 1882, at Framingham, Mass.; married Oc- 
tober 14, 1834, at Kennebunk, Diantha Livermore 



Ii8 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

Fiske, daughter of John and Azubah (Purse) Fiske, 
born October 14, 181 5 ; died August 2, 1857, at Fram- 
ingham. 

children. 

34 John Howard-^ Williams, 

Born August 7, 1836, at Kennebunk. 

Married ist, December 13, 1864, at Framingham, 
Miriam Kingsbury, daughter of Lawson and Sophia 
(White) Kingsbury. 

Born March 13, 1840, at Framingham. 
Died December 5, 1882, at Chicago. 
Married 2d, August 30, 1885, at Chicago, Inez Gazelle 
Fullmer, daughter of Joseph and Margaret (Whalen) 
Fullmer. 

Born July 24, 1863, at Manitowoc, Wis. 

35 DiANTHA FlSKE^ WiLLIAMS, 

Born April 16, 1840, at Kennebunk. 
Died October 6, 1901, at Framingham. 

Married January 15, 1873, at Framingham, Charles 
Birchard, son of Nathan M. and Vesta K. (Lewis) 
Birchard. 

Born August 8, 1825, at Shoreham, Vt. 
Died April 28, 1883, at Framingham. 

36 Harriet Newell^ Williams, 

Born March 14, 1842, at Kennebunk. 

Died November 25, 1901, at West Orange, N. J. 

Married April 23, 1867, at Framingham, Clarence 
De Rocha Newell. 

Born in South America. 

Ellen Elvira Williams, 

Born June 24, 1845, ^^ Kennebunk. 
Died May 6, 1863, at Framingham. 



And his Descendants 119 



37 Florence^ Williams, 

Born April 4, 1848, at Kennebunk. 

Married June 28, 1877, ^t Framingham, Frederick 
Ballard Home, son of Charles and Ellen (Temple) 
Home. 

Born February 13, 1 851, at Framingham. 

Agnes Williams, 

Born February 26, 185 1, at Kennebunk. 
Died November 22, 185 1, at Kennebunk. 

Adelaide Williams, 

Born September 4, 1852, at Kennebunk. 
Died April 19, 1853, ^^ Kennebunk. 

12 Harriet Newell^ Williams {Abigail^ Lord, Lieut. 

Tobias^" Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathmt '). 
Born July 29, 181 2, at Kennebunk, Me.; died June 
16, 1 84 1, at Huntington, Ind.; married May 4, 1840, 
at Kennebunk, Dr. Freeman Sawyer. 

CHILD. 

Harriet N. Sawyer, 

Born June 11, 1841, at Huntington. 
Died June 13, 1841, at Huntington. 

13 Claudius Buchanan ^ Williams {Abigail^ Lord, 

Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' Johi^ Nathan,^ Na- 
than '). 
Born December 19, 18 19, at Kennebunk, Me.; died 
March 24, 1886, at Kennebunk; married August 2, 
1852, at Kennebunk, Olive Elizabeth Wise, daughter 



120 Lieiitenant Tobias Lord 

of William Wood and Jane Lord (Perkins) Wise, 
born October 15, 1822, at Kennebunk; died Febru- 
ary 16, 1904, at Kennebunk. 

children. 

Mary Anna Williams, 

Born August 2, 1853, at Kennebunk. 
Died March 24, 1871, at Kennebunk. 

Claudius Henry Williams, 

Born April 29, i860, at Kennebunk, 
Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 

Eleanor Belknap Williams, 

Born September 28, 1865, at Kennebunk. 
Died April i, 1 871, at Kennebunk. 

14 Albert Newton'' Williams {^Abigail'' Lord, Lieut, 

Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,' John ^ Nathan,^ Nathan'). 

Born July 13, 1827, at Kennebunk, Me.; died April 

26, 1907, at Kennebunk; married February 29, 1856, 

at Calcutta, India, Mrs. Louisa Sarah Amelia Cooper, 

daughter of John Mahon and Maria Louisa Piggott, 

born February 11, 1828, at London, Eng. ; died April 

29, 1904, at Kennebunk. 

children. 

38 Ida Honora^ Williams, 

Born November 29, 1858, at Kennebunk. 

Married November 3, 1877, at Kennebunk, Samuel 

Clark, Jr., son of Samuel and Elizabeth Clark. 
Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 

Louisa Mahon Williams, 

Born August 30, 1861, at Kennebunk. 
Residing now {19 12) at Kennebunk. 



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1812-1893 
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HELEN ELIZABETH WATERSTON 

(MRS. CHARLES DEANE) 

1819-1897 



CHARLES DEANE 

1813-1889 



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And his Descendants I2i 

15 Robert Cassie^ Waterston {Hephzibah^ Lord, 
Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Na- 
than '). 
Born March 20, 181 2, at Kennebunk, Me.; died Feb- 
ruary 21, 1S93, 'it Boston; married April 22, 1840, at 
Cambridge, Mass., Anna Cabot Lowell Quincy, daugh- 
ter of Josiah, Sr., and Elizabeth Susan (Morton) 
Quincy, born June 27, 1812, at Boston; died Octo- 
ber 14, 1899, at Newton, Mass. 

children. 

Helen Ruthven Waterston, 

Born January 6, 1 841, at Boston. 
Died July 25, 1858, at Naples, Italy. 

Robert Waterston, 

Born May 6, 1845, "^^ Boston. 
Died June 14, 1848, at Boston. 



16 Helen Elizabeth'' Waterston {Hephzibah^ Lord, 
Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan,^ Na- 
tha7i '). 
Born March 6, 1819, at Boston; died April 23, 
1897, ^t Cambridge, Mass.; married April 28, 
1 84 1, at Boston, Charles Deane, son of Dr. Ezra 
and Mary (Moody) Deane, born November 10, 18 13, 
at Biddeford, Me.; died November 13, 1889, at 
Cambridge. 



122 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

children. 

39 Lucy Waterston^ Deane, 

Born May 22, 1842, at Boston. 

Married September 17, 1868, at Cambridge, George 
Dexter, son of Edmund and Mary Ann (Bellinger) 
Dexter. 

Born July 18, 1838, at Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Died December 18, 1883, at Santa Barbara, 
Cal. 

Mary Helen Deane, 

Born October 30, 1844, ^t Boston. 
Residing now (19 12) at Cambridge. 

Charles Edward Deane, 

Born September 25, 1846, at Boston. 
Residing now (19 12) at Chicago. 

Walter Deane, 

Born April 23, 1848, at Boston. 

Married December 31, 1878, at Southborough, Mass., 
Margaret Chapman Coolidge, daughter of Rev. 
James I. T. and Mary Ruth Channing (Rogers) 
Coolidge. 

Born December 17, 1849, ^t Boston. 
Residing now (19 12) at Cambridge. 

40 Ruth YEN ^ Deane, 

Born August 20, 185 i, at Cambridge. 

Married December 16, 1885, at Chicago, 111., Martha 
Towner, daughter of Henry Augustus and Theodora 
Amelia (Turner) Towner, of Chicago. 

Born December 5, 1 861, at Chicago. 

George Clement Deane, 

Born June 24, 1854, at Cambridge. 
Residing now (19 12) at Cambridge. 



GEORGE GREIG 

1815-18% 



LUCY AUGUSTA HAYES WATERSTON 

(MRS. GEORGE GREIG) 

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And his Descendants 123 

17 Lucy Augusta Hayes ^ Waterston [Hephzibah^ 
Lord, Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,* John^ Nathan^ 
Nathan% 
Born May 29, 1821, at Boston; died May 23, 1901, 
at Toronto, Ontario, Canada; married March 26, 
1847, at Boston, George Greig, son of James and 
Catherine (Turpie) Greig, born April 13, 18 15, at 
Kinghorn, Fife, Scotland; died December 15, 1896, 
at Toronto. 

children. 

Anna Lindsay Greig, 

Born November 20, 1849, at Boston. 
Residing" now (19 12) at Toronto. 

41 Robert Waterston^ Greig, 

Born March 29, 1851, at Boston. 
Died February 11, 1900, at Toronto. 

Married March 11, 1881, at Kildonan, Manitoba, Cath- 
erine Jane Henderson, daughter of Angus Hender- 
son. 

Born July 14, 1858, at Kildonan. 

Margaret Ruthven Greig, 
Born June 7, 1854, at Boston. 
Residing now (19 12) at Toronto. 

42 Lucy Waterston^ Greig, 

Born June 7, 1856, at Boston. 
Died April 9, 1908, at Toronto. 

Married September 30, 1891, at Toronto, Frederick 

Mowat, son of Sir Oliver Mowat, C. M. G., and 

Jane Ewart. 



124 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

43 George Herbert^ Greig, 

Born October 22, i860, at Boston. 

Married October 10, 1883, at Kildonan, Janet Hen- 
derson, daughter of Angus Henderson. 

Edward Ruthven Greig, 

Born May 18, 1S64, at Beachville, Ontario, Canada. 
Residing now (19 12) at Toronto. 

18 Marion Ruthven^ Waterston [Hephzibah^ Lord, 

Lieut. Tobias ^"^ Capt. Tobias,^ John^ Nathan^ Na- 
than^). 
Born May 28, 1823, at Boston; died August 8, 1910, 
at Newton, Mass.; married September 22, 1846, at 
Boston, her cousin George Clement Lord, son of 
George and Olive (Jefferds) Lord, of Kennebunk, Me, 

(See No. 19). 

19 George Clement^ Lord [George!^ Lieut. Tobias,^ 

Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born Februar)^ 27, 1823, at Kennebunk, Me.; died 
February 23, 1893, at Newton, Mass.; married Sep- 
tember 22, 1846, at Boston, his cousin Marion 
Ruthven Waterston, daughter of Robert and Heph- 
zibah (Lord) Waterston, born May 28, 1823, at Bos- 
ton; died August 8, 1910, at Newton. 

children. 
Robert Waterston Lord, 

Born December 23, 1847, ^t Boston. 
Died August 27, 1908, at Newton. 



SHIP REMBRANDT 

1413 tons— 202 feet Ion?— 40 feet wide — 24 feet deep 

Sailed from Kennebunk, July 24, 1876 

Sold for a Barge, May 6. 1893 



SHIP H. M. HAYES. OFF NORTH WEST LIGHTSHIP, LIVERPOOL 

1370 tons— 193 feet long— 38 feet wide— 28 feet deep 
Sailed from Kennebunk, October 4, 1853 Condemned December, 1863 

Painted by Wm. K. McMunn, 1855 



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Married September 22, 1875, at Brookline, Mass., 
Ella Bowman Green, daughter of Joseph Foster and 
Ruth (Bowman) Green, of Brookline. 

Born January 22, 185 i, at Charlestown, Mass, 
Died March 25, 1904, at Boston. 



Marion Ruthven Lord, 

Born October 3, 1849, at Newton. 
Died January 15, 19 10, at Boston. 

Caroline Lucy Lord, 

Born October i, 1853, at Newton. 
Died December 16, 1859, ^t Newton. 

44 Charles Edward^ Lord, 

Born March 29, 1858, at Newton. 

Married October 15, 1884, at Newton, Efifie Marion 
Rogers, daughter of Charles Frederick and Caroline 
(Freeman) Rogers, of Newton. 

Born February 28, i860, at Newton. 



20 Augusta Hephzibah'' \.okt> {Ivory, ^ LietcL Tobias,^ 
Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan^). 
Born August 2, 1819, at Kennebunk, Me.; died June 
20, 1844, at Groton, Mass.; married August 31, 1843, 
at Kennebunk, Rev. Joseph C. Smith, son of Robert 
and Elizabeth (Couch) Smith, born July 18, 18 19, at 
Waltham, Mass.; died December 29, 1857, at Hono- 
lulu, Hawaii. 



126 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

CHILD. 

Louisa ^ugusta Smith, 

Born June 9, 1844, at Groton. 

Married June 26, 1866, at Kennebunk, Frederick 
Porter Hall, son of Porter and Mary (Dane) Hall. 
Born August 23, 1835, at Kennebunk. 
Died October 24, 19 10, at Kennebunk. 
She resides now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 

21 William Francis^ Lord {Ivory, ^ Lie^it. Tobias^ 

Capt. Tobias,'' Jolin^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born February 26, 182 1, at Kennebunk, Me.; died 
December 20, 1883, at Kennebunk; married June 4, 
1844, at Kennebunk, Olive Matilda Porter, daughter 
of Horace and Lavina (Fisher) Porter, born March 

27, 1823, at Kennebunk; died January 22, 1890, at 
Kennebunk. 

CHILD. 

45 Ellen Frances^ Lord, 

Born April 3, 1845, at Kennebunk. 

Married November 15, 1869, at Kennebunk, George 
Francis Robinson, son of William Champlin and 
Abigail Brown (Shaw) Robinson. 

Born July 14, 1843, ^t Newport, R. L 

22 Louisa'' 'Lokd {Ivoiy,^ LieuL Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias* 

John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born April 4, 1823, at Kennebunk, Me.; died May 

28, 1886, at Kennebunk; married June 7, 1848, at 
Kennebunk, Joseph Dane, son of Joseph and Mary 
(Clark) — grand-daughter of Rev. Jonas Clark of Lex- 
ington, Mass. — Dane, born February 21, 1823, at 
Kennebunk; died March 17, 1884, at Kennebunk. 



A?id his Descendants 127 

CHILD. 

Henry Clarke Dane, 

Born May 8, 1852, at Kennebunk. 
Died May 18, 1852, at Kennebunk. 

23 Elizabeth Watts'' Lord [Ivory^ Lieut. Tobias^ 
Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born March 25, 1825, at Kennebunk, Me.; died Oc- 
tober 8, 1858, at Kennebunk; married June 7, 1853, 
at Kennebunk, Nathaniel Lord Thompson, son of 
Nathaniel and Elizabeth S. (Huff) Thompson, born 
July 24, 18 1 1, at Kennebunkport ; died February 8, 
1889, at Kennebunk. 

children. 
William Someks Thompson, 

Born August 3, 1854, at Kennebunk. 
Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 

46 Ida Morton^ Thompson, 

Born January 21, 1856, at Kennebunk. 

Married September 16, 1874, at Kennebunk, her second 
cousin Charles Dummer Barry, son of Charles Ed- 
ward and Sarah Cleaves (Lord) Barry. 

Born February 28, 1850, at Kennebunk. 
See No. 50. 

47 Charles Herbert^ Thompson, 

Born October 12, 1857, at Kennebunk. 

Married July 14, 1888, at Great Falls, N. H., Addie 
French Hayes, daughter of Seth and Mary J. (Libby) 
Hayes. 

Born December 31, 1866, at Rochester, N. H. 
Died February i, 1905, at Portsmouth, N. H. 



128 LicHteiuifit Tobias Lord 

24 John Adams'' Lord {Ivory^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. 

Tobias* Johii^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born October 28, 1827, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
Januar)^ 18, 1852, at Kennebunk, Lucy Amanda 
Warren, daughter of Alexander and Lucy (Kelly) 
Warren, born August 7, 1829, at Kennebunk; died 
May 21, 1895, at Kennebunk. 

He resides now (191 2) at Kennebunk. 

children. 

Jennie Warren Lord, 

Born November 7, 1853, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 11, 1861, at Kennebunk. 

Frederick Lincoln Lord, 

Born September 7, 1856, at Kennebunk. 
Died July 23, 1861, at Kennebunk. 

Kate Mears Lord, 

Born August 30, 1858, at Kennebunk. 
Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 

25 Olive ^ Lord {Ivory, ^ Liatt. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'^ 

John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born January 27, 1831, at Kennebunk, Me.; died 
August 29, 1884, at Kennebunk; married January i, 
185 1, at Kennebunk, Edward W. Morton, son of 
Stephen and Sally Wood (Frost) Morton, born Au- 
gust 30, 1828, at Portland, Me.; died January 10, 
1894, at Kennebunk. 



OLIVE LORD 

(MRS. DR. EDWARD W. MORTON) 

I83I-I884 



DR. EDWARD W. MORTON 

1828-1894 



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SARAH CLEAVES LORD 

(MRS. CHARLES EDWARD BARRY) 

Later Mrs. Jott S. Perkins 



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And his Descendants 129 



children. 

Annie Anderson Morton, 

Born October 5, 185 i, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 15, 1854, at Kennebunk. 

48 Louisa Dane^ Morton, 

Born March 24, 1855, at Kennebunk. 

Married May 20, 1880, at Kennebunk, Dr. Frank 
Marcellus Ross, son of Dr. Orrin and Elizabeth 
(Holden) Ross. 

Born January 4, 185 1, at Kennebunk 

Elizabeth Augusta Morton, 

Born July 24, 1859, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 24, 1859, at Kennebunk. 

26 Sarah Cleaves" Lord {William,^ Lieut. Tobias^ 
Capt. Tobias,'' Johi^ Nathan^ Nathan^) 
Born August 7, 182 1, at Kennebunk, Me.; died May 
23, 1904, at Kennebunk; married ist, June24, 1845, at 
Kennebunk, Charles Edward Barry, son of Samuel 
and Rebecca (Marshall) Barry, born January 15, 181 1, 
at Brookline, Mass.; died January, 185 1, at sea; Cap- 
tain of ship " William Lord " lost at sea, Savannah, 
Ga., to Liverpool, Eng. 

children. 

49 William Edward^ Barry, 

Born May 15, 1846, at Kennebunk. 

Married September 27, 1875, Florence WaUingford 
Hooper, daughter of Dr. Joseph Cobb and Helen 
(WaUingford) Hooper. 

Born October 7, 1847, ^^^ Frankfort, Me. 



130 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

50 Charles Dummer* Barry, 

Born February 28, 1850, at Kennebunk. 

Married September 16, 1874, at Kennebunk, his second 
cousin Ida Morton Thompson, dau^^hter of Nathan- 
iel Lord and Elizabeth Watts (Lord) Thompson. 
Born January 21, 1856, at Kennebunk. 
See No. 46. 

Sarah Cleaves^ Lord married 2d, October 26, 1858, 
at Kennebunk, Capt. Jott S. Perkins, son of Eliphalet 
Perkins, died November 21, 187 1, at Kennebunk. 

27 Hartley'' Lord [William^ Lieut. Tobias '= Capt. 
Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born June 23, 1825, at Kennebunk, Me.; married ist, 
August 29, 1848, Sarah Elizabeth Hilton, daughter 
of Isaac and Elizabeth Ann (Foss) Hilton, born Jan- 
uary 15, 1827, at North Berwick, Me.; died March 8, 
187 1, at Kennebunk. 

children. 

51 George Callender** Lord, 

Born October i, 1850, at Newton, Mass. 

Married April 11, 1872, at Fort Wayne, Ind., Mary 
Olivia Little, daughter of George Lord and Eliza- 
beth (McCulloch) Little. 

Born November 24, 1851, at Fort Wayne. 

52 Marion Elizabeth^ Lord, 

Born February 7, 1857, at Newton. 

Died February 17, 1889, at Melrose, Mass. 

Married February 5, 1879, at Boston, William Charles 
Sache, son of William and Emily (Delislc) Sachc. 

Born September 27, 185 i, at Montreal, Can. 



SHIP HARTLEY 

(CAPT. HARTLEY LORD) 

Built at Kennebunk Landing and Sailed from Kennebunkpoit October 30, 1845 

Burned December, I860, on Sandy Key, Great Bahama Islands 



ROBERT WATERSTON LORD 

(SON OF WILLIAM LORD) 

1828 



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And his Descendants 131 

William Hartley Lord, 

Born October 23, 1864, at Newton. 

Died May 26, 1898, at Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

Married June i, 1889, Mary Browning, daughter of 
Charles A. and Ellen (Peckett) Browning. 
Born July 3, 1864, at Boston. 

Hartley'' Lord married 2d, November 11, 1874, Julia 
Maria Perkins, daughter of Charles C. Perkins, born 
May 27, 1 84 1, at Kennebunkport ; died February 14, 
1902, at Boston. 

28 Robert Waterston^ Lord {IVilliain^ Lieut. To- 
bias^ Capt. Tobias,'' Jokii,^ Nathan,'' Nathan^). 
Born April 14, 1828, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
December 8, 1857, at Kennebunk, Mary Morse Men- 
dum, daughter of Samuel and Mary (Kelly) Mendum, 
born July 7, 1831, at Kennebunk; died October 16, 
1906, at Kennebunk. 

children. 

53 Sarah Cleaves^ Lord, 

Born October 14, 1858, at Kennebunk. 

Married November 9, 1887, at Kennebunk, Edwin 
James Cram, son of Nathan Bailey and Elizabeth 
(Tarbox) Cram. 

Born October 17, 1846, at Parsonsfield, Me. 
Died January 22, 1906, at Kennebunk. 

54 Elizabeth Carrie^ Lord, 

Born August 22, i860, at Kennebunk. 

Married August 22, 1894, at Kennebunk, Archibald 
Finlayson, son of Donald and Dollina (Murray) 
Finlayson. 

Born April 22, 1859, at Achnahannet, Scot- 
land. 



132 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

55 Frances Augusta^ Lord, 

Born January 17, 1866, at Kennebunk. 

Married June 29, 1892, at Kennebunk, Rev. Augustus 
Mendon Lord, son of Daniel Sackett and Theresa 
(Mendon) Lord. 

Born February 7, 1 861, at San Francisco, 
Cal. 

29 George Wells ^ Lord {William^ Lieut. Tobias,^ 
Capt. Tobias* John^ Nathmi^ Nathmi '). 
Born November 28, 1830, at Kennebunk, Me.; died 
June 16, 191 2, at Melrose, Mass.; married December 
17, 1857, at Kennebunk, Lucy Augusta Bourne, 
daughter of George W. and Jane (Jefferds) Bourne, 
born November 4, 1830, at Kennebunk; died August 
5, 1883, at Boston. 

children. 

56 George Bourne^ Lord, 

Born October 5, 1858, at Kenftebunk. 

Married August 8, 1882, at Portland, Me., Nellie Flor- 
ence Jefferds, daughter of Jonathan Forrest and Ann 
Melissa (Hurd) Jefferds. 

Born March 3, 1 861, at Woburn, Mass. 

Gennie Bourne Lord, 

Born March 8, 1865, at Kennebunk. 

Married October 3, 1888, at Boston, Duncan Robin- 
son, son of James Watts and Hannah Dana (Wales) 
Robinson. 

Born November 14, i860, at Fort Duncan, 
Texas. 
Resides now (19 12) at Boston. 



GEORGE WELLS LORD 
1830-1912 



And his Descendants 133 

30 Henry Clay^ Lord {William,^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. 

Tobias,'' Johi^ Naihan,^ Nathan '). 
Born May 31, 1836, at Kennebunk, Me.; died De- 
cember 3, 1901, at St. Johnsbury, Vt. ; married March 
18, 1863, at Boston, Rebecca Jane Greenleaf, daugh- 
ter of Gardner and Rebecca Jane (Douglas) Green- 
leaf, born March 12, 1 841, at Boston; died May 16, 
1877, at Boston. 

children. 

57 Henry Gardner^ Lord, 

Born May 30, 1865, at Boston. 

Married June 8, 1893, at Chicago, Adelaide Phillips 
Fargo, daughter of Charles and Mary Jane (Brad- 
ford) Fargo. 

Born July 18, 1868, at Detroit, Mich. 
Residing now (19 12) at Brookline, Mass. 

Albert Taylor Lord, 

Born October 27, 1870, at Boston. 
Died August 28, 1899, at Boston. 

Bertram Lord, 

Born February 25, 1872, at Boston. 
Residing now (19 12) at London, Eng. 

31 Mary Cleaves^ Lord {William,^ Lieut. Tobias,^ 

Capt. Tobias* John,^ Nathan,'' Nathan^). 
Born July 3, 1844, at Kennebunk, Me.; died July 28, 
1886, at Brooklyn, N. Y. ; married December 20, 
1 87 1, at Kennebunk, Walter Harvey Coleman, son of 
Walter Coleman, born April 19, 1843, ^^ Providence, 
R. L; died June i, 1902, at Kennebunk Beach, Me. 



134 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 



children. 
Walter Coleman, 

Born January 31, 1875, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Residing now (19 12) at New York. 

Louise Lord Coleman, 

Born September 24, 1876, at Brooklyn. 
Residing now (19 12) at New York. 

58 Robert Lord^ Coleman, 

Born December 2, 1877, at Brooklyn. 

Married October 5, 1903, at Keyser, W. Va., Frances 
Edna Thirlkeld, daughter of Lewis Andoun and 
Alice V. (Thresher) Thirlkeld. 

Born November 5, 1876, in Allegany Co., 
Md. 

32 Lucy Smith ^ Lord {Francis A.^ Lieut. Tobias,^ 
Capt. Tobias,'' John,'' Nathan,'' Nathan '). 
Born July 17, 1837, at Kennebunk, Me.; died No- 
vember 7, 1900, at Boston; married 1859, at Kenne- 
bunkport, Rufus Augustus Wills, son of Rufus and 
Caroline (Johnson) Wills, born March i, 1839, at 
Newburyport, Mass.; died April 9, 1883, at Boston. 

children. 
Lillian Gertrude Wills, 

Born November 20, 1861, at Chelsea, Mass. 
Died April 22, 1892, at Cambridge, Mass. 

Francis Lord Wills, 

Born May 15, 1864, at Boston. 

Married October 26, 1892, at Bradford, Mass., Lulu 
Mabel Devnell, daughter of George A. and Alice E. 
(Thomas) Devnell. 

Born January 13, 1869, at Haverhill, Mass. 



And J lis Descendants 135 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

33 Alice Haskell^ Watts {Francis Oi' Wails, Mehit- 

able^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,^ Jokn,^ 

Nathan,^ Nathan^). 
Born May 2, 1831, at Boston; married May 25, 1865, 
at Boston, Thomas Joseph Lee, son of Thomas 
Jones and Catherine (Davis) Lee, born May 13, 1829, 
at Winthrop, Me.; died May 5, 1879, at Boston. 

She resides now (191 2) at Boston. 

children. 
59 Francis Watts 9 Lee, 

Born October 24, 1867, at Roxbury, Mass. 

Married ist, December 23, 1890, at Chicago, 111., Mar- 
tha Agnes Rand, daughter of William H. and Har- 
riet (Heuston) Rand. 

Born March 6, 1862, at Chicago. 
Married 2d, July i, 191 1, at Kingston, R. I., Mrs. 
Marion Lincoln (Lewis) Chamberlain, daughter of 
Lincoln Lothrop and Lucy Eliza (Locke) Lewis. 

Born February 15, 1874, at South Natick, 
Mass. 

Constance Goddard Lee, 

Born August 28, 1 871, at Brookline, Mass. 
Residing now (19 12) at Boston, 

34 John Howard^ Williams {Charles'' Williams, Abi- 

gail^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ 

Nathan^ Nathan"). 
Born August 7, 1836, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
ist, December 13, 1864, at Framingham, Mass., Mir- 



136 Lieutena7it Tobias Lord 

iam Kingsbury, daughter of Lawson and Sophia 
(White) Kingsbury, born March 13, 1840, at Fram- 
ingham; died December 5, 1882, at Chicago, 111. 
Residing now (191 2) at Chicago. 

children. 

60 Cherry Ellen ^ Williams, 

Born January 27, 1866, at Chicago. 

Married February 10, 1886, at Chicago, Lester Corn- 
ing Newell, son of George and Olive (Plympton) 
Newell. 

Born August 18, 1856, at Framingham. 

61 Charles Kingsbury^ Williams, 

Born March 6, 1877, at Chicago. 

Married March 24, 1904, at Detroit, Mich., Louisa 
Wichert, daughter of Herman and Heinriette (Sie- 
bert) Wichert. 

Born September 22, 1885, at Osterode, East 
Prussia, Germany. 

John Howard^ Williams married 2d, August 30, 1885, 
at Chicago, Inez Gazelle Fullmer, daughter of Joseph 
and Margaret (Whalen) Fullmer, born July 24, 1863, 
at Manitowoc, Wis. 

children. 

Howard John Williams, 

Born April 8, 1886, at Chicago. 

Died December 30, 1903, at Chicago. One of the vic- 
tims of the terrible Iroquois Theatre disaster. 

Margaret Florence Williams, 
Born December 12, 1893, at Chicago. 
Residing now (19 12) at Chicago. 



And his Descendants 137 

35 DiANTHA FiSKE^ WiLLiAMS {Charles'^ Williams, Abi- 

gail^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ John^ 

Nalhan^ Nathan '). 
Born April 16, 1840, at Kennebunk, Me.; died Octo- 
ber 6, 1 90 1, at Framingham, Mass.; married January 
15, 1873, at Framingham, Charles Birchard, son of 
Nathan M. and Vesta K. (Lewis) Birchard, born Au- 
gust 8, 1825, at Shoreham, Vt. ; died April 28, 1883, 
at Framingham. 

CHILD. 

Florence Williams Birchard, 

Born October 23, 1876, at Framingham. 

Residing now (19 12) at Jamaica Plain (Boston). 

36 Harriet Newell^ Williams [Charles'' Williams, 

Abigail^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ 

Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born March 14, 1842, at Kennebunk, Me.; died No- 
vember 25, 1901, at West Orange, N. J.; married 
April 23, 1867, at Framingham, Clarence De Rocha 
Newell, born July 6, 1842, at City of Para, Brazil, 
South America. 

He resides now (191 2) at Glen Ridge, N. J. 

children. 
Charles Williams Newell, 

Born February 13, 1868, at Orange, N. J. 
Died August, 1868, at Orange. 

62 Grace 9 Newell, 

Born September 13, 1869, at Orange. 



138 Lieiitenant Tobias Lord 



Married October 5, 1892, at West Orange, Maurice 
Hull Whiting, son of Charles F. and Caroline (Fry) 
Whiting. 

Born January 4, 1863, at New York. 
Died January i, 1908, at West Orange. 
She resides now (19 12) at Glen Ridge. 

Clarence De Rocha Newell, Jr., 
Born February 5, 1876, at Orange. 

Married January 2, 1902, et Orange, Alberta Sayres 
Dunn, daughter of Ambrose C. and Letitia (Sayres) 
Dunn. 

Born July 16, 1882, at Yokohama, Japan. 
Residing now (19 12) at Glen Ridge. 

63 Robert Williams^ Newell, 

Born January 18, 188 1, at Orange. 

Married June 3, 1903, at South Orange, N. J., Minna 
R. Roso, daughter of Manuel and Hulda Roso. 
Born February 15, 188 1, at New York. 
Residing now (191 2) at West Newton, Mass. 

Raymond Plympton Newell, 
Born April 5, 1886, at Orange. 
Died May 6, 1890, at Orange. 

37 Florence^ Williams [Charles^ Williams, Abigail'' 
Lord, Lieut. Tobias-' Capt. Tobias,^ John,^ Nathan,'' 
Nathan '). 
Born April 4, 1848, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
June 28, 1877, at Framingham, Mass., Frederick 
Ballard Home, son of Charles and Ellen (Temple) 
Home, bom February 13, 185 1, at Framingham. 
Residing now (191 2) at Framingham. 



And his Descendants 139 

CHILDREN. 

DiANTHA Williams Horne, 

Born February 13, 1879, at Framingham. 

Married July 28, 1909, at Framingham, George Francis 
Marlowe, Jr., son of George Francis and Fannie S. 
Marlowe. 

Born March 30, 1877, at Norwood (London), 
England. 
Residing now (19 12) at Framingham. 

Infant daughter. 

Born June 2, 1884, at Framingham. 

Died September 10, 1884, at Framingham. 
Eleanor Temple Horne, 

Born November 2, 1888, at Framingham. 

38 Ida Honora^ Williams {Albert NJ Williams, Abi- 
gail^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias,'' Capt. Tobias,'- John^ Na- 
than^ Nathan^). 
Born November 29, 1858, at Kennebunk, Me.; mar- 
ried November 3, 1877, at Salmon Falls, N. H., 
Samuel Clark, Jr., son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Lit- 
tlefield) Clark, born October 26, 1859, at Kennebunk. 
Residing now (191 2) at Kennebunk. 

children. 
Albert Roy Clark, 

Born October 11, 1881, at Kennebunk. 
Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 

Cecil Earle Clark, 

Born September 18, 1882, at Kennebunk. 
Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 
Amy Elizabeth Clark, 

Born February 28, 1886, at Kennebunk. 
Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 



140 Lietctenant Tobias Lord 

39 Lucy Waterston^ Deane {Helen E/ Waters ton, 
Hephzibah^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias^" Capt. Tobias^'' 
John^ Nathan,^ Nathan '). 
Born May 22, 1842, at Boston; married September 

17, 1868, at Cambridge, Mass., George Dexter, son of 
Edmund and Mary Ann (Dellinger) Dexter, born July 

18, 1838, at Cincinnati, Ohio; died December 18, 
1883, at Santa Barbara, Cal. 

She resides now (191 2) at Cambridge. 

children. 

Helen Ruthven Dexter, 

Born June 13, 1869, at Cambridge. 

Married September 7, 1909, at Grindstone Point, Win- 
ter Harbor, Me., Richard Robert Faber, son of 
Maurice and Georgine Faber. 
Residing now (19 12) at Funchal, Madeira. 

Lucy Waterston Dexter, 

Born October 3, 1870, at Cambridge. 
Died April 2, 1873, ^t Cambridge. 

Mary Deane Dexter, 

Born November 21, 1871, at Cambridge. 
Residing now (19 12) at Cambridge. 

Margaret Rutiiven Dexter, 
Born July 15, 1875, at Cambridge. 
Died January 11, 1881, at Cambridge. 

Julius Dexter, 2d, 

Born April 9, 1883, at Cambridge. 
Died August 8, 1884, at Cambridge. 



A7td his Descendants 1 41 

40 RuTHVEN^ Deane {Hele7i EJ Waterston, Hephzibah^ 

Lord, Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias^'' Johi:^ Nathan^ 

Nathan '). 

Born August 20, 185 1, at Cambridge, Mass.; married 

December 16, 1885, at Chicago, 111., Martha Towner, 

daughter of Henry Augustus and Theodora Amelia 

(Turner) Towner, born December 5, 1 861, at Chicago. 

Residing now (191 2) at Chicago. 

CmLDREN, 

Charles Deane, 

Born May 24, 1887, at Chicago. 
Residing now (19 12) at Chicago. 

Towner Deane, 

Born March 27, 1890, at Chicago. 
Residing now (19 12) at Chicago. 

41 Robert Waterston^ Greig {Lucy A. H? Waters- 
ton, Hephzibah^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' 
John^ Nathan^- Nathan^ 
Born March 29, 185 1, at Boston; died February 11, 
1900, at Toronto, Ontario, Canada ; married March 
II, 1 88 1, at Kildonan, Manitoba, Catherine Jane 
Henderson, daughter of Angus Henderson, born 
July 14, 1858, at Kildonan. 

She resides now (19 12) at Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

children. 
Robert Waterston Greig, 

Born April 22, 1882, at Kildonan. 

Residing now (19 12) at Otterbourne, Ontario, Canada. 



142 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

Kathleen Helen McBeth Gkeig, 
Born August 21, 1884, at Kildonan. 
Residing now (19 12) at Winnipeg. 
Lucy Waterston Greig, 

Born August 17, 1886, at Kildonan. 
Residing now (191 2) at Winnipeg. 
Anna Lindsay Greig, 

Born December 27, 1889, at Kildonan. 
Residing now (19 12) at Winnipeg. 
Jean Greig, 

Born February 17, 1892, at Kildonan. 
Residing now (19 12) at Winnipeg. 
Mary Greig, 

Born September 27, 1894, at Kildonan. 
Residing now (19 12) at Winnipeg. 



^ 



42 Lucy Waterston*^ Greig (Lticy A. HJ Waterston, 
Hephzibah^ Lord, LietU. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' 
John^ Natha7i^ Nathan''). 
Born June 7, 1856, at Boston; died April 9, 190S, at 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada; married September 30, 
1 89 1, at Toronto, Frederick Mowat, son of Sir Oliver, 
C. M. G., and Jane (Ewart) Mowat. 

children. 
. Edith Mowat, 

Born January 24, 1893, at Toronto. 
Residing now (19 12) at Toronto. 
George Greig Mowat, 

Born August 22, 1894, at Toronto. 
Residing now (19 12) at Toronto. 
Helen Waterston Mowat, 

Born November 22, 1895, at Toronto. 
Residing now (19 12) at Toronto. 



And his Descendants 143 



43 George Herbert^ Greig {L^icy A. HJ Waterston, 
■ Hephzibah^ Lord, Lie^iL Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' 

Johni^ Nathan^ Nathan''). 
Bom October 22, i860, at Boston; married October 
10, 1883, at Kildonan, Manitoba, Janet Henderson, 
daughter of Angus Henderson, born April 25, i860, 
at Kildonan. 

Residing now (191 2) at Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

CHILD. 

Anna Ruthven Greig, 

Born November 19, 1896, at Winnipeg. 
Residing now (19 12) at Winnipeg. 

44 Charles Edward^ Lord {George C.,^ George,^ Lieut. 

Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'^ John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born March 29, 1858, at Newton, Mass.; married 
October 15, 1884, at Newton, Effie Marion Rogers, 
daughter of Charles Frederick and Caroline (Free- 
man) Rogers, of Newton, born February 28, i860, at 
Newton. 

Residing now (19 12) at Newton. 

CHILDREN. 

George Clement Lord, 2d, 
Born June 12, 1889, at Newton. 

Married January 27, 19 12, at Newburyport, Mass., 
Mary Adams Jones, daughter of Nathaniel Nelson 
and Jennie Upton (Davis) Jones. 

Born June 24, 1887, at Newburyport. 
Residing now (19 12) at Lewiston, Me. 



144 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

Marion Waterston Lord, 

Born March 13, 1892, at Newton. 
Residing now (19 12) at Newton. 

Charles Rogers Lord, 

Born March 20, 1893, at Newton. 
Residing now (19 12) at Newton. 



45 Ellen Frances' Y^ovs) {William F.^ Ivo7'yl' Lieut. 

Tobias,' Capt. Tobias,' John-' Nathan^ Nathan'). 
Born April 3, 1845, at Kennebunk, Me. ; married 
November 15, 1869, at Kennebunk, George Francis 
Robinson, son of William Champlin and Abigail 
Brown (Shaw) Robinson, born July 14, 1843, ^^ New- 
port, R. I. 

Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 

children. 

Annie Maud Robinson, 

Born August 17, 1870, at Kennebunk. 
Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 

64 William Rowland^ Robinson, 

Born December 25, 1872, at Springfield, Mass. 

Married December 8, 1897, at Kennebunk, Georgia 
Cousens Mendum, daughter of Alexander Warren 
and Hannah (Cousens) Mendum. 

Born July 15, 1874, at Kennebunk. 

Mabelle Louise Robinson, 

Born November 13, 1876, at Kennebunk. 
Died February 28, 1890, at Kennebunk. 



And his Descendants 145 

65 George Lord^ Robinson, 

Born November 10, 1880, at Kennebunk. 

Married September 16, 1903, at Kennebunk, Marion 
Nellie Phillips, daughter of Charles and Mary 
Phillips. 

Born June 22, 1885, at Hollis, Me. 

46 Ida Morton^ Thompson iyElizabeth WJ Lord, 

Ivory^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias ^^ John {■ Nathan^ 

Nathan'). 
Born January 21, 1856, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
September 16, 1874, at Kennebunk, her second cou- 
sin Charles Dummer Barry, son of Charles Edward 
and Sarah Cleaves (Lord) Barry, born February 28, 
1850, at Kennebunk. 

Residing now (191 2) at Montclair, N. J. 
(See No. 50). 

47 Charles Herbert '^ Thompson {Elizabeth W:^ 

Lord, Ivory^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'- John^ 

Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born October 12, 1857, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
July 14, 1888, at Great Falls, N. H., Addie French 
Hayes, daughter of Seth and Mary J. (Libby) Hayes, 
born December 31, 1866, at Rochester, N. H.; died 
February i, 1905, at Portsmouth, N. H. 

He resides now (191 2) at Portsmouth. 

CHILD. 

Helen Lord Thompson, 

Born March 29, 1898, at Portsmo\ith. 



146 LieutC7iant Tobias Lord 

48 Louisa Dane** Morton {Olive'' Lord, Ivory^ Lieut. 

Tobias^" Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born March 24, 1855, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
May 20, 1880, at Kennebunk, Dr. Frank Marcellus 
Ross, son of Dr. Orrin and Elizabeth (Holden) Ross, 
born January 4, 185 1, at Kennebunk. 

Residing now (191 2) at Kennebunk. 

children. 

Annie Morton Ross, 

Born July 25, 1882, at Kennebunk. 
Residing now (1912) at Kennebunk. 

Florabel Louise Ross, 

Born March 4, 1884, at Kennebunk. 
Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 

Rodney Elsmore Ross, 

Born April 9, 1889, at Kennebunk. 
Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 

Bernard Duncan Ross, 

Born October 30, 1891, at Kennebunk. 
Died August 24, 1892, at Kennebunk. 

49 William Edward** Barry [Sarah Cj Lord, Wil- 

liatnl'' Lie^it. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ John^ Nathan^ 

Nathan'). 
Born May 15, 1846, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
September 27, 1875, Florence Wallingford Hooper, 
daughter of Dr. Joseph Cobb and Helen (Walling- 
ford) Hooper, of Cape Elizabeth, Me., born October 
7, 1847, ^t Frankfort, Me. 

Residing now (191 2) at Kennebunk. 



And his Descendants 147 



. children. 
Ernest Lord Barry, 

Born January 14, 1877, at Kennebunk. 
Died March 23, 1886, at Kennebunk. 

Helen Wallingford Barry, 

Born January 12, 1880, at Melrose, Mass. 
Died January 2, 1907, at Kennebunk. 

50 Charles Dummer*^ Barry {Sarah CJ Lord, Wil- 
liam,^ Lieut. Tobias^'' Capt. Tobias,'' John ^ Nathan^ 
Nathan'). 
Born February 28, 1850, at Kennebunk, Me.; mar- 
ried September 16, 1874, at Kennebunk, his second 
cousin Ida Morton Thompson, daughter of Nathaniel 
Lord and Elizabeth Watts (Lord) Thompson, born 
January 21, 1856, at Kennebunk. 

Residing now (191 2) at Montclair, N, J. 
(See No. 46). 

children. 

Charles Edward Barry, 

Born November 7, 1875, at Boston. 

Residing now (19 12) at Schenectady, N. Y. 

66 Elizabeth Lord^ Barry, 

Born April 17, 1879, at Boston. 

Married June 5, 1905, at Montclair, Norman Easton 
Borden, Jr., son of Norman Easton and Nannie 
Jencks (Brayton) Borden. 

Born November 4, 1880, at Lonsdale, R. 1. 
Residing now (191 2) at Framingham, Mass. 



148 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

Edith Cleaves Barry, 

Born March 10, 1884, at Boston, 
Residing now (19 12) at Montclair. 

Julia Lord Barry, 

Born January 29, 1887, at Boston, 
Residing now (19 12) at Montclair. 

51 George Callender^ Lord {Hartley:i William!;' 
Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Na- 
than '). 
Born October i, 1850, at Newton, Mass.; married 
April II, 1872, at Fort Wayne, Ind., Mary Olivia 
Little, daughter of George Lord and Elizabeth 
(McCulloch) Little, born November 24, 1851, at Fort 
Wayne. 

children. 

67 Marie Elizabeth 9 Lord, 

Born May 19, 1873, at Kennebunk, Me. 

Married April 10, 1889, at Milwaukee, Wis., Dudley 
Edward Staples, son of Hiram Edward and Rebecca 
(Covell) Staples. 

Born May 26, 1865, at Montague, Mich. 

68 Hartley Little^ Lord, 

Born May 16, 1875, at Kennebunk. 

Married January 6, 19 10, at Auburn, Me., Florence 
Dinglcy, daughter of Frank Lambert and Lucinda 
Mary (Greeley) Dinglcy. 

Born June 7, 1877, at Auburn. 

Gertrude Jackson Lord, 

Born October 4, 1877, at Kennebunk. 
Died October 13, 1886. 



And his Descendants 149 

52 Marion Elizabeth^ Lord [Hartley:^ William^ 

Lieut. Tobias,^ CapL Tobias,'' John,^ Nathan^ Na- 

tlian^). 
Born February 7, 1857, at Newton, Mass.; died Feb- 
ruary 17, 1889, at Melrose, Mass.; married February 
5, 1879, at Boston, William Charles Sache, son of 
William and Emily (Delisle) Sache, born September 
27, 1 85 1, at Montreal, P. Q., Canada. 

He resides now (191 2) at Winchester, Mass. 

children. 
William Bancroft Sache, 

Born November 21, 1879, at Melrose. 
Residing now (19 12) at Winchester. 

69 Marguerite Elizabeth ^ Sache, 

Born January 15, 1884, at Medford, Mass. 

Married May 8, 1909, at Winchester, Mass., John 
Graves Purington, son of James McKeen and Abi- 
gail (Graves) Purington. 

Born January 16, 1881, at East Milton, Me. 

53 Sarah Cleaves^ Lord [Robert VV.:^ William^ 

Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Na- 
than '). 
Born October 14, 1858, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
November 9, 1887, at Kennebunk, Edwin James 
Cram, son of Nathan Bailey and Elizabeth (Tarbox) 
Cram, born October 17, 1846, at Parsonsfield, Me.; 
died January 22, 1906, at Kennebunk. 
She resides now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 



150 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

CHILD. 

Robert Nathan Cram, 

Born July 22, 1894, at Biddeford, Mc. 
Residing now (19 12) at Kennebunk. 

54 Elizabeth Carrie^ Lord [Robert W.^ William^ 

Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias;'' John^ Nathan^ Na- 

thaii^). 
Born August 22, i860, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
August 22, 1894, ^t Kennebunk, Archibald Finlay- 
son, son of Donald and Dollina (Murray) Finlayson, 
born April 22, 1859, at Achnahannet, Scotland. 

Residing now (191 2) at Rye Beach, N. H. 

children. 
Mary Dollina Finlayson, 

Born December 8, 1895, at Rye, N. H. 

Donald Lord Finlayson, 

Born September 20, 1897, at Rye. 

55 Frances Augusta^ Lord [Robert W.,^ William,^ 

Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias^'' Jokn,^ Nathan,- Na- 
than'). 
Born January 17, 1866, at Kennebunk, Me.; mar- 
ried June 29, 1892, at Kennebunk, Rev. Augustus 
Mendon Lord, son of Daniel Sackett and Theresa 
(Mendon) Lord, born February 7, 1 861, at San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Residing now (191 2) at Providence, R. I. 



And his Descendants 151 

CHILD. 

Robert Mendon Lord, 

Born November 9, 1893, at Providence. 
Residing now (19 12) at Providence. 

56 George Bourne** Lord {George W.^ William^ 

Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' Jo/i7i,^ Nathan,'' Na- 
than '). 
Born October 5, 1858, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
August 8, 1882, at Portland, Me., Nellie Florence Jef- 
erds, daughter of Jonathan Forrest and Ann Melissa 
(Hurd) Jefferds, born March 3, 1861, at Woburn, 
Mass. 

Residing now (19 12) at Melrose, Mass. 

children. 

Forrest Wells Lord, 

Born August 15, 1884, at Melrose. 
Died March 10, 1908, at Melrose. 

Walter Bourne Lord, 

Born June 21, 1 891, at Melrose. 
Residing now (191 2) at Melrose. 

57 Henry Gardner^ Lord {Henry C.,^ William,^ 

Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan:^ Na- 
than.^) 
Born May 30, 1865, at Boston; married June 8, 1893, 
at Chicago, III, Adelaide Phillips Fargo, .daughter of 
Charles and Mary Jane (Bradford) Fargo, of Chicago, 
born July 18, 1868, at Detroit, Mich. 
Residing now (19 12) at Brookline, Mass. 



152 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

children. 

Mary Fargo Lord, 

Born September 5, 1894, at Boston. 
Residing now (191 2) at Brookline. 

Rebecca Greenleaf Lord, 

Born June 22, 1896, at Brookline. 
Residing now (19 12) at Brookline. 

58 Robert Lord^ Coleman [Mary O Lord, William^ 

Lieut. Tobias,'' Capt. Tobias,'' John,^ Nathan:^ Na- 
than '). 
Bom December 2, 1877, at Brooklyn, N. Y. ; mar- 
ried October 3, 1903, at Keyser, W. Va., Frances 
Edna Thirlkeld, daughter of Lewis Andoun and 
Alice V. (Thresher) Thirlkeld, born November 5, 
1876, in Allegany Co., Md. 
Residing now (191 2) at San Francisco, Cal. 

child. 

Louise Lord Coleman, 

Born January 31, 1905, at New York. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

59 Francis Watts'^ Lee {Alice H^ Watts, Francis OJ 

Watts, Mehitable^ Lord, Lietit. Tobias,^ Capt. To- 
bias,'' John^ Nathan,^ Nathan'). 
Born October 24, 1867, at Roxbury, Mass.; married 
ist, December 23, 1890, at Chicago, III, Martha Agnes 
Rand, daughter of William H. and Harriet (Heuston) 
Rand, born March 6, 1862, at Chicago. 



And Ms Descendants I53 

children. 
Harriet Templeton Lee, 

Born September i6, 1892, at Boston. 
Died May 12, 1900, at Boston. 

Alice Stephana Lee, 

Born December 26, 1893, at Boston. 

Francis Watts'^ Lee married 2d, July i, 191 1, at 
Kingston, R. L, Mrs. Marion Lincoln (Lewis) Cham- 
berlain, daughter of Lincoln Lothrop and Lucy Eliza 
(Locke) Lewis, born February 15, 1874, at South 
Natick, Mass. 

He resides now (19 12) at Jamaica Plain (Boston). 

CHILD. 

Lucy Lee, 

Born July 27, 19 12, at Jamaica Plain (Boston). 

60 Cherry Ellen ^ Williams {John H.^ Williams, 
Charles'' Williams, Abigail^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias^ 
Capt. Tobias,"" John^ Nathan^ Nathan"). 
Born January 27, 1866, at Chicago, 111.; married Feb- 
ruary 10, 1886, at Chicago, Lester Corning Newell, 
son of George and Olive (Plympton) Newell, born 
August 18, 1856, at Framingham, Mass. 
Residing now (19 12) at Hinsdale, 111. 

children. 

Elsie Williams Newell, 

Born August i, 1890, at Chicago, 111. 

Laurence Plympton Newell, 
Born July 13, 1893, at Hinsdale. 



154 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

61 Charles Kingsbury^ Williams {Jo/ui H.^ Williams, 

Charles'' Williams, Abigail^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias,^ 
Capt. Tobias,'' John^ Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born March 6, 1877, at Chicago, 111.; married 
March 24, 1904, at Detroit, Mich., Louisa Wichert, 
daughter of Herman and Heinriette (Siebert) Wich- 
ert, born September 22, 1885, at Osterode, East 
Prussia, Germany. 

Residing now (191 2) at Denver, Colo. 

children. 

Charles Howard Williams, 
Born May 25, 1905, at Detroit. 

Miriam Louise Williams, 

Born September 12, 19 11, at Denver. 

62 Grace ^ Newell [Harriet N^ Williams, Charles'' 

Williams, Abigail^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. To- 
bias,'' John:^ Nathan^ Nathan % 
Born September 13, 1869, at Orange, N. J.; married 
October 5, 1892, at West Orange, Maurice Hull 
Whiting, son of Charles F. and Caroline (Fry) Whit- 
ing, born January 4, 1863, at New York; died Janu- 
ary I, 1908, at West Orange. 

She resides now (191 2) at Glen Ridge, N. J. 
children. 

Donald Newell Whiting, 

Born August 21, 1894, at West Orange, 

Herbert Kneeland Whiting, 

Born August 15, 1900, at West Orange. 



Ajtd his Descendants i55 

63 Robert Williams'' Newell {Harriet N.^ Williams, 

Charles'' Williams, Abigail^ Lord, Lieut. Tobias ■> 
Capt. Tobias,'- JoJni^ Nathan,^ Nathan '). 
Born January 18, 1881, at Orange, N. J.; married 
June 3, 1903, at South Orange, Minna R. Roso, 
daughter of Manuel and Hulda Roso, born February 
15, 188 1, at New York. 

Residing now (191 2) at West Newton, Mass. 

children. 
Marjorie Newell, 

Born April 14, 1904, at West Newton. 

Robert Roso Newell, 

Born July 4, 1906, at West Newton. 

64 William Rowland'' Robinson {Ellen F.^ Lord, 

William F.,^ Ivory^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,*" 
Johtii;' Nathan^ Nathan '). 
Born December 25, 1872, at Springfield, Mass.; mar- 
ried December 8, 1897, 3-t Kennebunk, Me., Georgia 
Cousens Mendum, daughter of Alexander Warren 
and Hannah (Cousens) Mendum, born July 15, 1874, 
at Kennebunk. 

Residing now (191 2) at Woodfords (Portland), Me. 

• children. 

Doris Robinson, 

Born October i, 1898, at Kennebunk. 

Rowland Mendum Robinson, 

Born March 27, 1903, at Kennebunk. 



156 Lieutenant Tobias Lord 

65 George Lord^ Robinson {Ellen K^ Lord, William 

/^/ Ivory^ Lietit. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias,'' John^ 

Nathan^ Nathan^). 
Born November 10, 1880, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
September 16, 1903, at Kennebunk, Marion Nellie 
Phillips, daughter of Charles and Mai*y Phillips, born 
June 22, 1885, at Mollis, Me. 

Residing now (191 2) at Kennebunk. 

CHILD. 

Francis Phillips Robinson, 

Born June 26, 1904, at Kennebunk. 

66 Elizabeth Lord'' Barry [Charles Df Barry, Sarah 

CJ Lord, William^ Lieiit. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,*" 
John,^ Nathan, "" Nathan^). 
Born April 17, 1879, at Boston; married June 5, 
1905, at Montclair, N. J., Norman Easton Borden, 2d, 
son of Norman Easton and Nannie Jencks (Brayton) 
Borden, born November 4, 1880, at Lonsdale, R. L 

Residing now (191 2) at Framingham, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

Norman Easton Borden, 3d, 

Born July 31, 1907, at Lowell, Mass. 

Charles Barry Borden, 

Born June i, 19 12, at Framingham. 

67 Marie Elizabeth^ Lord {George Callendcr'^ Lord^ 

Hartley:^ William^ Lieut. Tobias,^ Capt. Tobias, *• 
John^ Nathan,' Nathan'). 



And his Descendmits 157 

Born May 19, 1873, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
April 10, 1889, at Milwaukee, Wis., Dudley Edward 
Staples, son of Hiram Edward and Rebecca (Covell) 
Staples, born May 26, 1865, at Montague, Mich. 
Residing now (191 2) at Whitehall, Mich. 

children. 

Henry Lord Staples, 

Born January 13, 1890, at Whitehall. 

Marie Elizabeth Staples, 

Born September 16, 1899, at Whitehall. 

68 Hartley Little^ Lord {George Callender^ Lord, 

Hartley^ William^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ 

John^ Nathajii^ Nathan '). 
Born May 16, 1875, at Kennebunk, Me.; married 
January 6, 19 10, at Auburn, Me., Florence Dingley, 
daughter of Frank Lambert and Lucinda Mary 
(Greeley) Dingley, born June 7, 1877, at Auburn. 

Residing now (191 2) at Lewiston, Me. 

children. 

Lucinda Mary Lord, 

Born November 24, 19 10, at Lewiston, 

Anne Hilton Lord, 

Born June 8, 19 12, at Lewiston. 

69 Marguerite Elizabeth ^ Sache {Marion Ef Lord, 

Hartley^ William^ Lieut. Tobias^ Capt. Tobias,^ 
John^ Nathan^ Nathan^). 
Born January 15, 1884, at Medford, Mass.; married 



158 Lteiitenant Tobias Lord 

May 8, 1909, at Winchester, Mass., John Graves 
Purington, son of James McKeen and Abigail 
(Graves) Purington, born January 16, 1881, at East 
Milton, Me. 

Residing now (191 2) at Winchester. 

CHILD. 

Elizabeth Purington, 

Born May 5, 19 12, at Winchester. 



Kennebuxk 

^'ILLAGE 

Map Showing location 

OF OLD H0USES,SHIPYARD5 ETC. 




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CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



Page II, Nathan^ Lord born about 1657. 

Page II, Martha Everett, daughter or sister of William and Margery 
Everett. 

Page 13, Judith Lord married ist, Benjamin Meeds; 2d, Gabriel 
Hamilton, May 24, 172 1. 

Page 16, Daniel Lord was a Revolutionary soldier. 

Page 16, Dominicus Lord died 1849. 

Page 16, Mary Currier died 1865. 

Page 24, Mehitable Lord born and died at Kennebunk. 

Page 27, Lydia Abbot, daughter of Joel and Lydia Cummings Abbot. 

Page 27, Lydia Patterson, daughter of Capt. Actor Patten and Lydia 
(Hutchins) Patterson. 

Page 37, 25 A Frank Nathaniel Lord, born June 28, 1841, at Bangor, 
Me.; died May 14, 1909, at Boston; married June 17, 1873, 
Sarah Alden, daughter of Silas Alden. She resides now (19 12) 
at Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Child : Warren Alden Lord, born Sep- 
tember II, 1875, at Boston. 

25B Maria Antoinette Lord, born July 4, 1845, at Bangor; 
married W. H. Curtiss. Residing now (19 12) at New York. 
Child : Mary Louise Curtiss. 

Page 37, Samuel Veazie Lord married June 18, 1872, at Bangor, Kate 
Eva Taylor. 

Page 39, Caroline Tyler Clark died June 22, 1906. 

Page 40, Susan Frost Lord died at San Diego, Cal. 




PRIVATE SIGNAL OF GEORGE C. LORD & CO. 



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES 



ANCESTORS OF LIEUT. TOBIAS LORD 

Nathan Lord, the Immigrant, 

Is thought to have been born m the County of Kent, Eng., 
about 1603, and probably came to this country with Abraham 
Conly, whose daughter Judith was his first wife. This was 
before 1640. He is first mentioned as a signer to the submis- 
sion to Massachusetts in 1652. 

He doubtless lived with Conly near Cold Harbor, and later, 
after his marriage to Martha Everett, his second wife, in the 
lower part of Berwick, Me, This place is called " Mount 
Misery " in a deed, referring probably to Rocky Hill — called 
also Craggy Hill, — belonging to a region named " Old Fields," 
near the Great Works River. Here he had a garrison house, 
long since demolished. He bought twenty-five acres of land 
from John Neal in 1662, and nine acres from Richard Nason in 
1664. 

He married first, about 1653-54, Judith Conly, who was prob- 
ably the mother of the first two children, Nathan, Jr., and Abra- 
ham, and took for his second wife, Martha Everett, sister or 
daughter of William Everett of Kittery, who was born in 1640. 
She bore him five children, Martha, Samuel, Sarah, Anne and 
Benjamin. He died at South Berwick about 1690. 



Abraham Conly, the Immigrant, 

Father-in-law of Nathan Lord, Sr., probably came over from 
England about 1630. He was one of the townsmen or select- 



164 Biographical Sketches 

men of Kittery in 165 1, and signed the submission to Massa- 
chusetts in 1652. 



William Everett, the Immigrant, 

Father of Martha Everett, who became the second wife of 
Nathan Lord, Sr., appears in Court records of 1640, and was 
licensed to keep an ordinary in 1649. ^^ seems to have been 
a sea captain and to have been lost at sea. It was at his house 
that on November 16, 1652, all the inhabitants of Kittery were 
called together to hear Simon Bradstreet and others tell why 
they ought to come under the jurisdiction of Massachusetts. 
Everett's son William^ also died at sea. 

William Everett lived on what has been known as Leighton's 
Point, formerly " Point Joslain." Its southerly shore once ex- 
tended out fifty feet or more from the present bank, and an old 
cellar could be seen, not many years ago, just out from the 
bank, which is supposed to be the site of his house. A ferry 
formerly crossed the river at this point. The location is still 
more clearly indicated by the following testimony : — 

The testimony of Martha Lord, aged 84 years or thereabouts, saith 
that her father, William Everett, formerly of Kittery in the County of 
York, deceased, did in his lifetime dwell on a tract of land in Kittery 
aforesaid, now in the possession of Capt. John Leighton, and that 
said Everett's house stood by an old orchard, and a certain run of 
water issuing into the Piscataqua River, which run of water is North- 
ward from the most Northerly point of Watt's Fort, so called, which 
house my mother lived in and possessed after the Death of my sd 
father untill she married with Isaac Nash, and they sold the same to 
Mr. William Leighton. 

She further saith that her father died about 72 years since. 

York, s. s., March i8, 1723-4. 

Renald Jenkins testified in 1683 that "between 40 and 50 
years since" that is, earlier than 1643, ^^ bought " six acres of 
Land of John Newgrove beginning at the waterside between the 
lands of Thomas Joanes and Joshua Downing." Jenkins built a 



Biographical Sketches 165 

house and lived here for a while, and after the death of William 
Everett offered the place to his widow, in the charity of his 
heart ; but at the age of 42, her daughter Martha, afterwards 
Nathan Lord's wife, testified : — 

When she was little her mother having ten shillings of her, as the 
Deponant heard my mother say, which money the Deponent's mother 
Margaret Everett layed out for six acres of Land which she bought 
of Renald Jenkins, which Land this Deponent's husband would not 
accept of, upon y^ refusall wrof the Deponent's mother gave him a 
steere in lew yrof and her mother sold that six acres of Land to Mr. 
Will Leigh ton. 

Widow Everett did not remain long in affliction, for in 1656 
she and her second husband, " Isacke Nash" of Dover, sold to 
William Leighton this six acre lot and also the original home- 
stead of William Everett, a little further up the river. 

John Newgrove sold also to Abraham Conly a six acre lot 
just above this of Jenkins, January i, 1638. Conly was already 
a tenant; he sold it June 24, 1648, to Thomas Joanes. It was 
"next adjacent unto House and Field of William Everett." 



Richard Tozier, Sr., the Immigrant, 

Was married at Boston, Mass.,. July 3, 1656, by Richard Bell- 
ingham. Deputy Governor, to Judith Smith. He was in Kittery, 
Me., as early as 1659, where he was killed by the Indians Octo- 
ber 16, 1675. His widow Judith died prior to June 18, 1683, 
when her son, Richard, Jr., was appointed administrator. 

In 1659 the town granted to Richard Tozier 60 acres "ad- 
joining to William Pyle's lott above the Salmon falls." Here he 
had a garrison house which was standing until within fifty years. 
The house occupied by Charles Collins now marks its site. 
Nathan Lord, Jr., who married Martha Tozier, lived here. 

King Philip's War broke out in June, 1675. It began in 
Plymouth Colony, but soon was raging all along the New En- 
gland frontier. An attack was made upon the house of Richard 



1 66 Biographical Sketches 

Tozier while he was absent. Fifteen persons were in the house, 
and the door was held by a girl of i8. The Indians broke in 
and left her for dead (she lived however for several years after- 
wards), but most of the others had escaped. October i6, 1675, 
the house was again assailed by one hundred Indians and was 
burned to the ground. Tozier was killed, and his son Thomas 
was either killed or carried off captive. 

Richard Tozier's children were : — Thomas Tozier, born May 
5, 1657 ; Richard Tozier, Jr., born about 1660, married Elizabeth 
Wentworth ; Simon Tozier became of Watertown Farms (now 
Weston), and died December 30, 171 8; one of his children 
married Experience Jackson of Newton ; Elizabeth Tozier mar- 
ried I St, Blanchant; 2d, Richard Randall ; Martha Tozier 

married Nathan Lord, Jr. ; John Tozier, born about 1665. 

Richard Tozier's first child, Thomas Tozier, was born in Bos- 
ton, and it was probably soon after that time that he removed to 
Dover, N. H., where he was taxed at Cocheco in 1659. He 
probably soon crossed into Berwick, as there is no record of any 
grant of land to him in Dover, and he was taxed but once. He 
had a grant of land in Kittery October 16, 1659, apparently the 
place at which he lived in the Berwick part of Kittery, and it is 
probable all his children except the first were born there. 



Mark Symonds, the Immigrant, 

Of Ipswich, Mass., was born in England in 1584, and died 
April 23, 1659, aged 75 years. His wife, Joanna, died April 
25, 1660. 

After the death of his daughter, Mary (Symonds) Chapman, 
he left by will certain pieces of land for the benefit of his grand- 
children, which caused their father, Edward Chapman, a great 
deal of trouble in his efforts to keep it, and divide it equally 
among them in connection with his own property. 

His daughter, Mary, married Edward Chapman in March, 
1642, at Rowley. She died June 10, 1658. 



Biographical Sketches 167 

Edward Chapman, the Immigrant, 

Miller and farmer, came from Yorkshire, Eng., near Hull, and 
is supposed to have landed in Boston about 1639. He married 
Mary, daughter of Mark and Joanna Symonds, and the mother 
of his five children, in March, 1642, at Rowley. She died June 
10, 1658. 

In 1644 he was a grantee of Ipswich, Mass. In his last days 
Edward Chapman had some trouble with his son, Nathaniel. 
Mark Symonds, his father-in-law, had left with him in trust cer- 
tain lands which were to be given to his children when they 
became of age. In September, 1667, after he had given his son 
John some land, Nathaniel sued his father for his share of the 
legacy left by his grandfather Symonds. By mutual consent 
the land was divided into five equal portions, and Nathaniel was 
allowed with the other children to choose his share according to 
birth. Some of the children left their shares in possession of 
their father until his death. When he made his will, April 9, 
1678, he gave Nathaniel another equal share of his property, 30 
pounds. Edward Chapman died April 18, 1678. 



Nathaniel Chapman, son of Edward Chapman, 

Carpenter and house-wright, married December 30, 1674, 
Mary Wilborn, born at Boston, October 30, 1657, and was liv- 
ing in 1702, and probably twenty-five years later. This mar- 
riage was a source of great anxiety to his aged father, who died 
four years afterwards. 

In 1 68 1 he bought a house in Hog Lane, Ipswich, but prob- 
ably worked at his trade in different places. His daughter 
Mary married John Lord, grandfather of Lieut. Tobias Lord, 
December 26, 17 16. 

James Smith, the Immigrant, 

Had a grant of fifty acres of land in 1669. He was living in 
Berwick in 1668. He married Martha Wills, daughter of Thomas 
and Mary (Wadell) Wills of Exeter, Eng. She was born in 
Bristol, Eng., January 18, 1653. 



1 68 Biographical Sketches 

John Smith, son of James Smith, 

Married Elizabeth , and Hved in Berwick, Me. He was 

born July 26, 1685, and was taken captive with his mother by 
the Indians November 18, 1690, and carried to Montreal, where 
he was baptized May 3, 1693. 

His daughter Jane, baptized November 12, 1727, married Capt. 
Tobias Lord, and was the mother of Lieut. Tobias Lord. She 
died May 20, 18 17, at Kennebunkport. 



Capt. Tobias Lord, of Arundel, Me., 

Was of the fourth generation from Nathan Lord, forbear of 
this branch of the family, planter and freeman of Kittery ; and 
was the son of John and Mary (Chapman) Lord. 

Tobias was born at the Rocky Hill farm in Berwdck, Me., near 
Kittery, in 1724. He was a farmer by occupation, and at about 
the age of eighteen married Jane Smith, daughter of Elder John 
and Elizabeth Smith, who was one year younger. Following the 
customs of the time he removed to the eastward in 1747 with 
his wife and family, and cousin Benjamin Lord, locating on " the 
upper way " in Arundel, on land purchased of one Jeremiah Fol- 
som, an early comer to that locality. The region had been open 
for settlement in 1728. At the time of the migration of the 
Lord familv it was not wholly a wilderness, having ceased to be 
a frontier town, and although numbering not more than 300 
inhabitants, the county of York contained over 12,000. This 
" way," after having been styled "the Saco path," was laid out as 
a post road in 1732. Some twenty years after the settlement of 
Tobias Lord, this post road was surveyed from Boston to Fal- 
mouth (now Portland), and mile-stones placed. 

To-day we may still \'iew with interest the spot chosen by 
Tobias Lord and his cousin Benjamin, upon which to build their 
defensible house. A more modern dwelling — though not of 
recent date — later existed on the site of Tobias and Benjamin 
Lord's garrison house, or perhaps the garrison house was itself 



Biographical Sketches 169 



changed and improved. It was a pitch-roofed structure with an 
ell at the eastern end, parallel with the front of the main build- 
ing which faced the post road. It had a large chimney, a front 
door in the centre with hall and stairs within, a large room on 
either side, and bedroom and pantry in the rear. Sliding window 
shutters and high wooden mantels were part of the fittings. The 
frame was of hard wood with braces hewn flat on one side, while 
bark adhered to the other. There is a tradition among the older 
residents of the place that when the frame of the building was 
being raised the Indians were annoying, and that shots were 
made by them at the workmen. 

We may now view Tobias the settler as a prosperous farmer 
and also a manufacturer of bricks, with a hardy family of eight 
sons and four daughters growing up around him ; while his ener- 
getic wife, notwithstanding her household duties, thought but 
little of bridling her horse and riding at night, sometimes in a 
snowstorm, to visit some sick friend whose house was several 
miles distant. The community was a growing one, and in 1764 
numbered 838 persons. 

On November 14, 1773, Tobias Lord and two other persons 
were chosen as delegates from Arundel to the County Congress 
at York, to consider measures for the peace and welfare of the 
said County of York. In 1775 we find him as a Lieutenant in 
one of the two companies of militia organized in the town. 
Tobias Lord's name appears on the Sea Coast Defence, Revo- 
lutionary muster rolls, with the rank of Captain in the York 
County Company, established January i, 1776, which served- at 
Falmouth Neck until November 25 th the same year, by reenlist- 
ment every two or three months. The Captain was accompanied 
by his son Dominicus as personal attendant, and Daniel Lord, 
his fourth son, was a private in the Company. This service 
being well acquitted, its Captain was later called upon with 
three other townsmen to serve as a member of the Committee 
of Safety in 1778, and in 1780 he was one of the four selectmen 
of Arundel. 



170 Biographical Sketches 

Capt. Tobias Lord had six sons in the Revolutionary Army 
at different times during the war. The elder ones, John and 
Tobias, were Lieutenants. Nathaniel was a private, and with 
Col. Benedict Arnold at Quebec, where he was wounded, and 
died in prison. There were also the two sons previously named, 
and Jeremiah, who was a private, and did not live to see the end 
of the war. 

The times of stress being past, Capt. Tobias Lord removed to 
a new house which he had built one-eighth of a mile from his 
early home, although on the farm and post road. This later 
home of the family was of the same general plan as the former, 
but of larger dimensions. On the opposite side of the road was 
the barn, which is still standing. 

In 1763 Capt. Tobias Lord was numbered among the "Pro- 
prietors " of Arundel. This title was applied to all of those 
persons who had directly purchased land of Thomas Gorges or 
Sir Alexander Rigby, owner of the Plough Patent, which in- 
cluded Arundel ; or who were inhabitants when President Dan- 
forth of Massachusetts gave the Trustee deed to the people of 
this region, or who had inherited or purchased land of such 
descendants. Consequently the Proprietors considered them- 
selves as owners of all undivided lands in the town, and held 
them for sale — advertised their regular meetings, possessed a 
book and appointed their Recording Clerk. 

Tobias Lord died January 9, 1809, at the age of eighty-five 
years, and was buried in a lot near the homestead of his daugh- 
ter Elizabeth. His widow, Jane Lord, survived him about eight 
years and was then laid beside him. Their daughter Elizabeth 
and various members of the family besides were buried in the 
same lot, and their resting places are marked by well-kept stones. 



Biographical Sketches 171 



LIEUT. TOBIAS LORD, 

Son of Capt. Tobias and Jane (Smith) Lord, was born in a 
block-house February 22, 1748, under conditions which supplied 
only the simplest needs of life, and before middle age was passed 
had achieved financial prosperity and marked success as a citizen, 
his own house being one of the finest in the country. 

His early boyhood was passed on his father's farm, where he 
assisted in tilling the land, and in his father's business of brick 
manufacturing. When scarcely fifteen years of age he was sent 
to Moulton's Mills, at the lower part of Sanford, to make his 
home with a relative and to learn the rudiments of the milling 
business. Here young Tobias was taught to labor from sunrise 
to sunset and later. He was given the care of a team of six 
oxen, with which he transported lumber from the mills. He 
early learned self-reliance, for at times it was necessary for him 
to mount the back of one of the oxen and with a stout stick 
fight off the attack of wolves. At one time, his father then 
being at Falmouth in command of a company of militia, the son 
was given the duty of driving a pair of oxen from Arundel to 
camp, as provision for the garrison. Venturing upon this errand 
in the early morning of one of the long days of June, he accom- 
plished his mission successfully, looked about the town to see 
such sights as the place afforded, and then began his homeward 
march. Arriving before dark at the friend's home where he had 
been cautioned to spend the night, he resolved to continue his 
journey and did so, reaching home before the dawn. On Decem- 
ber 3, 1772, he married Miss Mehitable Scammon of Biddeford. 

Being now drafted into the army from Sanford, his name is 
mentioned on the muster and pay rolls of the list of officers in 
Capt. Morgan Lewis's 12th Sanford Company, Col. Ebenezer 
Sayer's ist York County Regiment; he was commissioned June 
25, 1776, and again as Second Lieutenant in the Battalion 
drafted from the York County Brigade, and in Capt. James 



172 Biographical Sketches 

Littlefield's Company of the Regiment formerly commanded by 
Col. Joseph Storer of Kennebunk, his re-enlistment occurring 
August 14, 1777. Lieut. Lord .served in the Northern Army. 
He was present at the surrender of Gen. Burgoyne's Expedi- 
tionary Force, and was altogether in the Revolutionary service 
nearly three years. When discharged at Quernan's Heights, 
October 23, 1777, and receiving his dues for military service and 
for fifteen days' travel homewards, he with several companions 
began the toilsome march from the Hudson river to the Mousam. 
On this journey the little party sometimes accomplished a dis- 
tance of thirty miles in a single day. 

In 1779 he removed from Moulton's Mills, to which he had 
returned from the army, to Kennebunk, and established himself 
on the present Water Street, where he built a small dwelling 
nearly opposite the saw-mill of later years. He also purchased 
a share of the existing Iron Works there, this vicinity being then 
the centre of business. The purchase is couched in these words : 
" Know all men by these Presents, that I, Nathaniel Kimball, of 
Wells, in the County of York and State of the Massachusetts Bay, 
Gent., for the Consideration of twenty-six Pounds, thirteen Shill- 
ings and four pence, lawful money, paid me by Tobias Lord of 
Wells afores^., Yeoman, the Receipt of which I do hereby ac- 
knowledge and also hereby grant unto the said Lord ray Interest 
of two days in every fortnight in the Iron Works on Mousam 
River near the Head of the Tide, with the Privileges belonging 
to this or any Succeeding mill or mills, in the same Right or 
Interest, to him the said Lord his Heirs and Assigns forever. 
3rd June 1780." 

Young Mr. Lord now began the building of small vessels at 
the Landing on the Mousam just below the Iron Works, and 
some five years later erected the frame of a store on this river- 
road above his house, and another at the easterly junction of the 
county road and the way leading up into the country at the rear 
of the present stores. At this period he made purchases of lands 
and business interests of various kinds, as mills, water rights, etc. 



RESIDENCE OF LIEUTENANT TOBIAS LORD 

(South Side) (Built 1803) 

ALFRED. MAINE 




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Biographical Sketches 173 

An unusually violent freshet in 1785 temporarily interrupted 
his ship-building work, floating a vessel that was nearly planked 
up and conveying it to another spot, but happily stranding it in 
such a position that it could be completed and launched. 

In the winter of 1780/81, Mehitable Scammon, his first wife, 
died shortly after giving birth to a daughter who lived but a 
short time, and on November 7, 1781, Tobias Lord married Miss 
Hephzibah Conant, daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail (Dodge) 
Conant of Alfred (Coxhall), Me. 

Being desirous of obtaining a better location for his growing 
shipbuilding business, in 1 790 he removed with his family to the 
"Landing" on the Kennebunkport River, where he built the 
large three-storied house in which he lived until his removal to 
Alfred in 1803. 

The house had a portico with pillars on the street side, and a 
spacious front hall with mahogany stair-rail. The main building 
had four large rooms on the ground floor, with fireplaces, high 
mantels, and the old style polished brass box locks in the doors. 
The great chimneys rested upon brick arches in the cellar, and 
inside window shutters were provided for the entire house, 
which was painted white without. In this home several of the 
younger children of the family were born. Adjoining the house 
were the barn and carriage-house beneath one roof, and on the 
opposite side of the street stood Mr. Lord's narrow red store 
with open fireplace, counting room, and second story loft extend- 
ing the entire length of the building. This loft was used in 
later years as a place for picking oakum for the ships. 

Mr. Lord now encountered business adversity in the loss of 
several vessels by shipwreck without marine insurance. He 
became embarrassed, and in the stress sought aid of Mr. William 
Gray, the eminent ship owner of Salem. To him the young 
Kennebunk merchant related his story, and so convinced was 
Mr. Gray of Mr. Lord's sincerity and integrity that he counselled 
him to continue his ship-building by accepting financial aid. 
This he did in the extremity, and afterwards prospered. Busi- 



174 Biographical Sketches 

ness losses did not wholly cease, however ; the brig Dolphin, 
partially owned by Mr. Lord in 1793, and also, at other times, 
the brig Atlantic and schooner Fortune were captured by the 
French, and if not condemned suffered loss by detention. In 
1800 he became the principal owner of the brig "Vengeance," 
built this year by Nathaniel Gilpatrick, who possessed the up- 
permost ship-yard on the river. 

So great was Mr. Lord's hospitality that he permitted the 
teamsters who brought timber from a distance in the country to 
pass the night upon the kitchen floor of his great house at Ken- 
nebunk Landing. 

In 1803 he was chosen one of a committee for the enlarge- 
ment and alteration of the meeting-house, the bell of which was 
made by Paul Revere. Mr. Tobias Lord possessed one ground- 
floor pew, and another in the gallery. 

The exactions of the thriving business of Mr. Lord at Kenne- 
bunk Landing had now become so onerous to his family that to 
alleviate their burdens he resolved in 1803 to abandon his activ- 
ities there, remove to the comparatively new town of Alfred, not 
far distant, and there establish for himself a new home. 

The house, painted white, with shade trees in front of it, is in 
the form of an L. It may be said to have two fronts, with an 
entrance door and windows in the centre of each ; that upon the 
road-side communicating with a square hall or entry way of ample 
dimensions, but without a stairway. The apartment to the south 
shows the posts cased in the corners of the room. On the long, 
sloping yard-side is the halhyay proper, with an easy, old-style 
flight of stairs finished with scrolls and curved rail. Adjoining, 
there is an arched hall exit. The sunny dining room and kitchen 
lie beyond this hall, while following the fashion of a house of the 
time, two or three bed-rooms are provided on the lower floor. 
The great kitchen oven, smoke-closet and iron wash-kettles set 
in brick, yet remain intact, and each chamber in the story above 
has a fireplace. A long wood-shed with its front ornamented 
with elliptical arches fronts the yard, and also a two-storied store 



Biographical Sketches 175 

building, not formerly attached to the shed. On the farther side 
of the road, below the house and not obstructing the view from 
it, yet remains the large farm-barn. 

In this new home small game was abundant, and the youth of 
the family pursued the hunt with interest. The youngest son, 
Francis, was born in this dwelling, which is yet in admirable 
condition, and some twenty years since a window pane was to 
be seen with various initial letters of the Lord family engraved 
upon it with a diamond. 

In January, 1808, Tobias Lord, ever active, convoyed a con- 
signment of lumber to Kennebunk Landing, being entertained 
there while on this visit, at the house of his daughter, Mehitable 
Watts, where, on the sixteenth of that month, he was stricken 
with an unlooked-for and fatal illness. At this day, even after 
an interval of one hundred years, he is spoken of by one who 
frequently heard his name mentioned when a boy, as one of the 
Noblemen of York County. 

Thus the child born in a log-house, after a career of honorable 
activity, was the possessor of estates widespread, comprising the 
two home-lots at Kennebunk and Alfred of 190 acres of land 
with buildings thereon, quite 1,000 acres in out-lying wood-lots 
and farms with buildings in nearby towns, a saw-mill, \^ of a 
school house, a pew in the Alfred meeting-house and a privilege 
for another in its gallery, interests in a profitable pier and wharf 
on Kennebunk river, personal property, cattle of various descrip- 
tions including horses, oxen, sheep, etc., to the number of nearly 
one hundred upon his various properties, ship timber, ownership 
in the brig "Alliance" with her apparel, the principal interest in 
the brig "Merchant," her outfit and inward cargo of 14,906 gal- 
lons of molasses, etc., etc. But the legacy most prized by his 
descendants must have been that lettered by his contemporaries, 
and yet to be seen on the mossy, marble headstone, hard by the 
old, now First Parish Church, with which he was identified, and 
reading in this fashion : 



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Sacred 
To THE Memory of 

Mr. TOB IAS LORD 

OBT. Jan. 1 6, 1808, 
Aet 59. 

a distinguished merchant who rose 

to eminence by virtuous industry, the 

fruit of which he liberally distributed 

to assist the enterprising yeomanry. 

KeNNEBUNK, the SCENE OF HIS ACTIVITY, 

WILL LONG MOURN THE LOSS OF A PATRON, 

AND SOCIETY REGRET THE DEPARTURE OF ONE 

OF God's noblest works — an honest man. 



In MEMORY OF 

HEPHZIBAH LORD 

relict of 

Tobias Lord 

WHO died Oct. 23, 181 8, 

Aged 59 years. 

No noise or ostentation 

marked her path through life. 

She lived in peace, 

AND peacefully SHE DIED. 

Her memory, dear to all her friends, 
remains embalmed in the 
hearts of her children. 



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ANCESTORS OF MEHITABLE SCAMMON 
First Wife of Lieut. Tobias Lord 

Humphrey Scammon, the Immigrant, 

Born about 1640, is said to have been a native of Portsmouth, 
Eng. ; his wife's name was Elizabeth. He came to Saco as early 
as 1679, where he received a grant of land and purchased 200 
acres of the widow of Henry Waddock, and June 12, 1680, he 
was "accepted into the town." He had a garrison house in 
which he lived on the east side of the Saco River, where he kept 
the ferry and entertained strangers. 

During the Indian troubles he lived sometimes in Saco, some- 
times in Kittery, and was in the latter town in 1693. Four 
years later he was captured together with his family and carried 
to Canada, where he remained until the close of King Philip's 
War — about the first of 1699, — when they returned to Saco. 
At the time of making his will he was of Kittery. He died in 
the town formerly Biddeford, now Saco, January i, 1727. 

An aged lady, descended from the family, has described their 
capture by the Indians as follows : — 

When Samuel Scammon was about ten years old, as I have 
often heard him relate, he was sent one day by his mother with 
a mug of beer to his father and brother, who were at work on a 
piece of marsh near the lower ferry. He had not proceeded far 
when he saw a number of Indians at a distance, and immediately 
ran back to inform his mother. He regained the house, and 
wished to fasten the doors and windows ; but his mother pre- 
vented him, telling him that the Indians would certainly kill 
them if he did. The savages soon entered the house, and asked 
Mrs. Scammon where her " Samp " was, meaning her husband. 
At first she refused to tell them, and they threatened to carry 
her off alone, but promised if she would disclose where he was 
to take them together, without harm. She then told them. 



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After destroying much of the furniture, breaking many articles 
on the door stone and emptying all the feather beds to secure 
the sacks, they went away with their prisoners toward the marsh 
where they captured Mr. Scammon and the other son. They 
were all restored after being in captivity about a year. 

On returning they found the house just as it had been left, 
even the beer mug which little Samuel had placed on the dresser, 
and which is still preserved in the family at Saco. This is a 
handsome piece of brown ware, with the figure and name of 
King WiUiam stamped on it. 



Samuel Scammon, Sr., son of Humphrey and Elizabeth Scam- 
mon, 

Was born about 1690, and died May, 1752, in his sixty-third 
year. He married twice, first at Kittery in 1712, Margery, the 
daughter of Roger Bearing, Sr., of Kittery ; she was born in 
1689, and died October 10, 1740. He married second (intention 
of marriage September 5, 1741), Elizabeth Stimson of Biddeford, 

He lived on the easterly side of Saco River, half a mile above 
the lower ferry, but after the death of his first wife resided with 
his son, Samuel, Jr. Mr. Scammon was admitted a member of 
the church in Biddeford, by Rev. Samuel Willard, and was one 
of the eighteen charter members. 

In his will he signs his name Samuel Scamon, but his son, 
Samuel, Jr., changes it to Scammon in his own will. 



Samuel Scammon, Jr., son of Samuel and Margery (Bearing) 
Scammon, 

Was born in 17 13, and died March 8, 1758. 

Lieutenant Scammon married about 1736, Mehitable, daughter 
of Samuel and Mary (Freeman) Hinckley of Truro, Mass. She 
was born Becember 25, 1718, and died June 6, 181 1. Previous 
to her marriage she was living at New Meadows, now Bruns- 
wick, Me. 



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In 1736 Samuel Scammon, Jr., built a garrison house about 
in the centre of the present city of Saco. This house, though 
moved from its original site and much altered, is still used as a 
dwelling. 

He was one of the twenty-four additional male members of the 
Congregational Church in Biddeford, founded by a Council, April 
30, 1730, which was the first church organization in the Saco 
Valley. 

Mehitable Scammon, daughter of Lieut. Samuel and Mehitable 
(Hinckley) Scammon, 
Was baptized June 10, 1753, and was married to Lieutenant 
Tobias Lord, of Arundel, as his first wife, December 3, 1772 j 
they had four children, one of whom died in infancy. 



William Brewster, the Immigrant, 

Was born at Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, Eng., in 1566 or 
1567. His father was William Brewster, Receiver of Scrooby, 
and Bailiff of the Manor House belonging to the Archbishop of 
York, so the old ecclesiastical Manor was Brewster's early home. 
His youth was passed at Scrooby, until he matriculated at Peter- 
house College, Cambridge University. On leaving Cambridge 
he became the assistant of William Davison, Secretary of State 
to Queen Elizabeth. On the retirement of Davison in 1587, 
Brewster returned to Scrooby, interested himself in religious 
matters, and at his father's death succeeded to the office of 
"Post "of Scrooby. He made his home a meeting-place for 
those who sought to reform what he and they believed the 
unscriptural practices of the Church established by law, and 
devoted his means and time to the formation of the Separa- 
tist or Congregational Church. 

Persecuted for heresy, he attempted to remove to Holland in 
1607, but was arrested and imprisoned at Boston, Eng. When 
released he went with other members of the Scrooby Church to 
Amsterdam, and later to Leyden, where he lived for twelve 



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years, working as a teacher and master-printer, but constantly 
devoted to the interests of the colony of Separatists. 

At this time he published and edited theological treatises in 
Latin and English, furnishing to England and Scotland the 
Protestant literature which the Reformation needed. He emi- 
grated to America as the spiritual leader and " Ruling Elder " 
with that portion of the colony which sailed in the " Mayflower," 
and landed at Provincetown, November 21, 1620, and at Ply- 
mouth December 26, 1620 ; establishing there the first embodi- 
ment in America of freedom in the Church and equality in the 
State. 

With Brewster came his wife Mary and their sons Love and 
Wrestling. His eldest son, Jonathan, came the next year in the 
ship " Fortune," and later, the two daughters Patience and Fear. 
At Plymouth Brewster labored efficiently for the colony. He 
presided at meetings, preached or " taught " twice on Sundays, 
and filled as nearly as possible the office of the absent minister, 
Robinson. Noted for his gentleness and wisdom, he was more 
tolerant than other leaders of the early Colonies. 

While living in his log house in Pl^nnouth he yearly received 
supplies of newly published books in Latin and English. The 
inventory of his estate shows his library to b^ the largest in the 
Colony — 377 volumes — and for some years the only one of 
any size or value. 

For thirty years his learning and services were devoted to the 
Colony, and he died April 10, 1644, at Plymouth. History rec- 
ognizes Elder Brewster as the spiritual leader of the Pilgrims, 
the transplanter of the first New England Meeting-house, and 
the suggester of the first New England Town-meeting : and 
Governor Bradford writing from Plymouth after the death of 
Brewster says — "He was foremost in our adventure in En- 
gland, Holland and here." 



Gov. Thomas Prence, the Immigrant, 

Was born in England about 1600, came to America in 162 1 
and settled in Plymouth, later removing to Eastham. He mar- 



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ried ist, Patience Brewster, August 5, 1624 (this was the ninth 
marriage in Plymouth Colony). She died in 1634, and the 
records show three subsequent marriages of Prence. 

He was treasurer of the colony from 1637 to 1640; Gov- 
ernor's Assistant from 1632 to 1656, except for two short inter- 
vals ; member of the Council of War in 1637 ; Commissioner for 
the United Colonies in 1645, and was eighteen times chosen 
Governor of Plymouth Colony. "A man of commanding pres- 
ence and tried integrity." He died at Plymouth, March 29, 
1673- 



Edmund Freeman, the Immigrant, 

Came from England in 1635 in the ship "Abigail" and settled 
at Lynn — then Saugus, later removing to Sandwich in 1637. 
He was one of the ten original grantees of land, afterwards in- 
corporated as the town of Sandwich. He became one of the 
largest landowners of the town, and was always prominent and 
influential in its affairs. 

His wife, Elizabeth, died February 14, 1675. They had two 
sons and three daughters. He died at Sandwich in 1682. They 
were buried on his own land, and this site is the oldest burying 
place in Sandwich. The rustic monuments (known locally as 
" the saddle and pillion "), placed above their graves by Edmund 
Freeman's own order, are still preserved. 



Major John Freeman, son of Edmund Freeman the Immigrant, 
Was born in England about 162 1, and died at Eastham, Mass., 
October 28, 17 19. He has a fine military record. In 1654 he 
was Ensign at Eastham. In 1656 and again from 1661 to 1666 
he was deputy to the General Court under the title of Lieutenant. 
He was a member of the Council of War from 1667 to 1676, and 
as Captain was sent against the Indians at Taunton, Mass., in 
1675. The companies from Barnstable, Eastham, Sandwich and 
Yarmouth having been organized as the 3d Regiment, "John 



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Freeman of Eastham was commissioned Major Commandant," 
and led the expedition against the Indians at Saconet in 1677. 
He also served as Governor's Assistant under Prence, Winslow 
and Hinckley. 

He married Mercy Prence at Eastham on February 13, 1649. 
She died at Eastham, September 28, 171 1. They had ten 
children. 



Lieut. Edmund Freeman, son of Maj. John Freeman and Mercy 
(Prence) Freeman, 

Was born at Eastham, Mass., in June, 1657, as recorded in 
the Plymouth Colony Births. He married Sarah Mayo, by 
whom he had three sons and seven daughters. He was Lieu- 
tenant of Militia. He died at Eastham in February of 1717 or 
'18 ; his widow surviving him until 1745. 

Mrs. Freeman's daughter, Mary, married Samuel Hinckley 
about 1703. 

Thomas Hinckley, the sixth and last Governor of Plymouth 
Colony, 

Was born in England about 161 8, came to this country with 
his father, Samuel Hinckley, and settled at Scituate, later re- 
moving to Barnstable. He was admitted as freeman of Plymouth 
Colony as early as 1645. In 1646 he was made Deputy from the 
town of Barnstable to the Colonial Court, and, was repeatedly 
chosen to this office until 1658, when he was made Governor's 
Assistant. Promoted to Deputy Governor in 1680, he was next 
year chosen Governor, and except during the interruption to the 
government, caused by the appointment of Sir Edmund Andros, 
Governor Hinckley held that office until 1692, when Massachu- 
setts Colony and Plymouth Colony were united. 

He married Mary Richards, daughter of Thomas Richards 
of Weymouth, December 7, 1641. They had eight children. 
Mary, his wife, died June 24, 1659, and he married Mary 
Glover, March 16, 1659/60. He died at Barnstable, April 25, 
1705. 



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Samuel Hinckley, son of Samuel Hinckley and grandson of 
Gov. Thomas Hinckley, 

Was born at Barnstable, Mass., September 24, 1684, and died 
in January, 1760, at Brunswick, Me. He married Mary Free- 
man, daughter of Lieut. Edmund Freeman of Eastham, about 
1706. He removed to Harwich, Mass., then Truro, Mass., and 
then to Biddeford, Me., where in 1735 he bought 35 acres of 
land. He was one of the founders of Biddeford First Church. 
Later he moved to Brunswick and settled at New Meadows. 
He was selectman at Brunswick for six years, and was known 
there as well as at Biddeford as Deacon Hinckley. 

They had eleven children. 

Mehitable Hinckley, daughter of Samuel Hinckley, married 
Lieut. Samuel Scammon, father of Mehitable Scammon, first 
wife of Lieut, Tobias Lord. 



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ANCESTORS OF HEPHZIBAH CONANT 

Second Wife of Lieut. Tobias Lord 

Gov. Roger Conant, the Immigrant, 

Probably came on the "Ann," arriving at Plymouth, Mass., in 
July, 1623. He was son of Richard, and grandson of John 
Conant, and was baptized in All Saints' Church, East Budleigh, 
Devonshire, Eng., April 9, 1592. He married Sarah Horton in 
London, at St. Ann's Black-friars, November 11, 1618, and died 
at Beverly, Mass., November 19, 1679. He was Governor of 
the Massachusetts Colony at Cape Ann, 1624- 1626, and at 
Salem, 1627-1628, and was a Deputy to the General Court in 
1634. He was the youngest of the eight children of Richard 
and Agnes (Clarke) Conant. Richard was one of the leading 
men in East Budleigh and a Church Warden ; his wife, Agnes 
Clarke, was the daughter of the leading merchant of Colyton, a 
neighboring parish. In 16 19 he was probably free of the Salters' 
Company, and a citizen of London. 

During the winter of 1624-25 the Dorchester Company, hear- 
ing of the settlement at Nantasket, and of Roger Conant "a 
pious, sober, and prudent Gentleman," chose him to manage 
their affairs at Cape Ann. It was late in the fall of 1625 when 
he took charge of the Cape Ann settlement, the location of 
which was on the west side of Gloucester Harbor, and near 
Stage Head. The Company lost money, and most of the set- 
tlers returned to England, but Conant and a few others were 
persuaded to remain. In the fall of 1626 the settlement was 
removed to Naumkeag, or Salem as it was afterwards called, the 
number of settlers being reduced to about forty. 

Soon after coming to Salem many of the colonists, including 
Woodbury and Balch, decided to go farther south, and settle in 
Virginia, but through Conant's influence they decided to remain. 
In his petition to the General Court in 167 1, to have the name of 
Beverly changed to Budleigh, he says : — " When in the infancy 



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thereof it [the colony] was in great hassard of being deserted, I 
was a means through grace assisting me, to stop the flight of 
those few that there then were heere with me, and that by my 
utter deniall to goe away with them who would have gone either 
for England or mostly for Virginia, but hereupon stayed to the 
hassard of our lives." 

In the fall of 1627 John Woodbury was sent to England as 
agent of the colonists, to procure a patent before others should 
acquire a legal title to lands they had rendered valuable by 
their labor. The Council for New England granted to several 
gentlemen a patent " of some lands in the Massachusetts Bay " 
March 19, 1627/28, but after Woodbury had left England on 
his return with the good news, a new party acquired control of 
the patent, and John Endicott was sent over in 1628, with about 
fifty colonists, and superseded Conant as Governor. The old 
planters were greatly dissatisfied at this change, but Conant 
used his influence to preserve harmony. 

He became a freeman May 18, 163 1, and was frequently 
called to offices of honor and trust by his fellow townsmen, and 
the General Court. 

Both Roger Conant and his wife were among the original 
members of the First Church at Salem, and in 1637 both signed 
the renewed covenant. In 1667 the residents of Beverly with- 
drew from the Salem church and organized as a separate church 
with Rev. John Hale, son of Robert Hale, as pastor. The name 
of Roger Conant is first on the list of members. 

June 7, 167 1, the General Court granted him 200 acres of 
land in consideration of his being "a very ancient planter." 
This was in addition to several large grants made earlier, so at 
this time he was a large land owner in Beverly. 

He died November 19, 1679, at Beverly. 



Lot Conant, son of Roger Conant, 

Was born about 1624, at Nantasket or Cape Ann, and was 
at Marblehead in 1657, where he was selectman in 1662. He 



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moved to Beverly in 1666. In 1649 he married Elizabeth Wal- 
ton, daughter of Rev. William Walton who took his degree at 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, in 162 1, and was settled over 
the parish of Seaton, Devonshire. Later she became the third 
wife of Andrew Mansfield of Lynn. 

Lot Conant died in Beverly, September 29, 1674. 



John Conant, son of Lot Conant, 

Was born at Beverly, December 15, 1652, and was a farmer 
and weaver. He married May 7, 1678, Bethiah Mansfield, daugh- 
ter of Andrew Mansfield of Lynn, and was admitted to the First 
Church of Beverly August 23, 169 1. He served in Capt. Apple- 
ton's Company during King Philip's War, and died at Beverly, 
September 30, 1724. 

Daniel Conant, son of John Conant, 

Was born at Beverly, November 19, 1694, and was a farmer 
and mason, living on Dodge Street. He married January 23, 
1 716, Lucy Dodge, daughter of Richard, 3d, and Martha (Low) 
Dodge, at Hamilton, Mass. 

He was a Representative from Beverly to the General Court 
for two years, and died at Beverly in April, 175 1. 



Nathaniel Conant, son of Daniel Conant, 

Was born July 23, 1726, at Beverly. He married Abigail 
Dodge, daughter of Joshua and Hannah (Raymond) Dodge, De- 
cember 16, 1756. She was born at Beverly, July 3, 1732, and 
died at Alfred, Me., September 30, 181 3. About 1766 he 
moved to Alfred, where he was one of the earliest settlers. 
He died there January 6, 1808. 



Hephzibah Conant, daughter of Nathaniel Conant, 

Was born at Beverly, February 3, 1760/61, and married 
Tobias Lord, son of Capt. Tobias and Jane (Smith) Lord, as his 



Biographical Sketches 187 

second wife, November 7, 1781 ; Rev. Daniel Little of Kenne- 
bunk performed the ceremony. The Intention of Marriage reads 
" Tobias Lord of Wells, and Hephzibah Conant of Coxhall," and 
was dated October 27, 1781. She died October 23, 18 18. 



Thomas Boreman (Boardman), the Immigrant (Thomas,'' Wil- 
liam,3 Thomas,^ William'). 

William' Boreman of Banbury, Oxfordshire, Eng., in 1525, 
was probably the father of Thomas^ Boreman of Claydon, Eng. 

Thomas^ Boreman, the elder, of Claydon, near Banbury, was 
the great-grandfather of Thomas and Samuel, the emigrants to 
New England. He appears first in 1546, in a Lay Subsidy list 
for Banbury Hundred. He died in 1579. 

William^ Boreman of Claydon, was the grandfather of Thomas 

Boreman. He married Annis , who died in May, 1608. 

He died in January, 16 12/ 13. 

Thomas'* Boreman, the father of Thomas Boreman, was born 
about 1570; married February 2, 1595/96, Elizabeth, daughter 
of Felix and Margaret Carter of Claydon. He died in March, 
1627/28. She died in May, 163 1. 

Thomas, the emigrant to Ipswich, Mass., was born in Claydon, 
Eng., where he was baptized October 16, 1601. He probably 
came to New England in 1634, and was made a freeman by the 
General Court in March, 1634/35. His house, built in 1635, was 
at the east end of High Street, now called East Street. He 
owned Boardman's Island. 

He is uniformly spoken of as Mr. Boreman, and his wife 
as Mistress, terms of distinction applied to very few in those 
days. At a " General Court houlden at Boston " September 
8, 1636, Mr. Boreman was one of the Deputies. His wife's 
name was Margaret Offin, and they were married in London, 
Eng., August 17, 1630. His daughter Martha married Deacon 
Thomas Low, July 4, 1660. He died in May, 1673, at the age 
of 72 years, 7 months. His wife died November 25, 1679. 



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Thomas Low, the Immigrant, 

Was born in England, and was at Ipswich, Mass., in 1641. 
He was son of Capt. Low, master of ship "Ambrose," and vice- 
admiral of the fleet that brought Gov. Winthrop over in 1630. 

His wife Susannah Low died at Watertown, August 19, 1664 ; 
he died at Chebacco, Ipswich, September 8, 1677. 



Deacon Thomas Low, son of Thomas Low, 

Was born in England in 1632, and married Martha Boreman, 
daughter of Thomas and Margaret (Offin) Boreman of Ipswich, 
July 4, 1660. He served in King Philip's War, and had a grant 
of land in Narragansett Township, now Buxton, Me., for service. 
He was at Ipswich, Mass., in 1641, and died there April 12, 
1 7 12. His daughter Martha Low married Richard Dodge, 3d, 
November 16, 1694. 



William Eaton, the Immigrant, 

Was born about 1604-06 at Staples, County of Kent, Eng., 
where he was a husbandman. He married Martha Jenkins 
about 1630. He took passage with wife and three children and 
servant from Sandwich for the American Plantations in June, 
1637; he was a landholder at Watertown, Mass., in 1642, and 
made a freeman in 1653. Both he and his wife were members 
of the church in Reading, Mass., in 1648. He died at Reading, 
May 13, 1673. His daughter Mary married Richard Dodge, 2d, 
February 23, 1667. 



Richard Dodge, the Immigrant, son of John and Margery 
Dodge, 
Was born in Somersetshire, Eng., 1602. He arrived in 
Salem, October 29, 1638, and died at Beverly, June 15, 1671, 
leaving an estate valued at ;^ 1,764. He probably had a house 
where No. 342 Dodge Street, Beverly, was in 1894. He and 
his wife Edith were members of Wenham church before 1648. 



Biographical Sketches 189 

He had a high appreciation of the value of education, for in 
1653 he headed a list of twenty-one subscribers to Harvard Col- 
lege, giving four times as much as any other. 



Richard Dodge, 2d, son of Richard and Edith Dodge, 

Was born at Beverly in 1643 5 he married Mary Eaton, daugh- 
ter of William and Martha (Jenkins) Eaton, February 23, 1667, 
and died at Wenham, Mass., April 13, 1705. He was a farmer 
and lived in the south part of Wenham. 



Richard Dodge, 3d, son of Richard and Mary (Eaton) Dodge, 
Was born at Wenham, Mass., July 12, 1670, and died at 
Ipswich June 7, 1739. He was a prosperous farmer of Ipswich 
where he settled about the time of his marriage to Martha, 
daughter of Deacon Thomas Low of Chebacco, in Ipswich, 
November 16, 1694. His daughter Lucy married January 23, 
1 7 16/17, Daniel Conant, grandfather of Hephzibah Conant, 
second wife of Lieut. Tobias Lord. 



Edward Bishop, the Immigrant, 

Lived in Beverly 1639, and was first a husbandman, and after- 
wards a sawyer. His second wife, Bridget Oliver, was executed 
as a witch. His daughter, Hannah Bishop, by his first wife, mar 
ried Capt. William Raymond. 



Capt. William Raymond, the Immigrant, 

Was born about 1637, and came to New England about 1652. 
He was in the Narragansett Fight in 1675, and was appointed 
by the General Court Lieut. Commander of the Beverly and 
Wenham Troop in 1683. He was a Deputy to the General 
Court in 1685-86, and commanded a Company in the Expedition 
to Canada under Sir William Phipps in 1690. He married Han- 
nah, daughter of Edward Bishop. William Raymond was a 
great -great-grandfather of Hephzibah Conant. 



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John Woodbury, the Immigrant, 

Was born in Somersetshire, Eng., about 1579, and embarked 
from Weymouth, Eng., and arrived at Stage Fort, now Gloucester, 
as one of the leaders of the Dorchester Company, in February or 
March, 1623/24. He was made a freeman May r8, i63i,and 
was Deputy to the General Court in 1635-39. I'"^ 1637 he was 
chosen one of the selectmen of Salem, Mass., and served until 
1 64 1. He and his wife Agnes were among the original mem- 
bers of the First Church in Salem at its formation in 1629. 

His first wife was Joanna Humphrey, whom he married at 
Burlescombe, Eng., June 21, 1596. He married 2d, Agnes or 
Anis, widow of John Derby, before August, 1629. 

He was chosen the first and only Lord High Constable in 
America, September 28, 1630. In 1638 and 1639 he was one 
of the " Raters " in Salem to levy taxes. In 1639 and 1640 he 
was treasurer of the town of Salem. For years he was on the 
jury and grand jury, — generally foreman. Up to the time of 
his death in the latter part of 1641, he stood next to Gov. Endi- 
cott in importance. His will was proved February 8, 1642/43. 

(See page 185). 

Peter Woodbury, son of John and Agnes (Derby) Woodbury, 

Was baptized at Salem July 19, 1640, and married Sarah, 
born 1644, daughter of Richard Dodge the immigrant, in July, 
1667. He was elected by the General Court to be a freeman 
of the Bay Corporation April 27, 1668, and was selectman 1675- 
84, and a Deputy to the General Court in 1689-92 ; he bore the 
title of Lieutenant in 1689, in Provincial Records. September 
23, 1667, he and his wife Sarah were admitted to full communion 
with the church in Beverly, and October 20, 1686, he was chosen 
a deacon. He died at Salem July 4, 1704, and his wife died Sep- 
tember II, 1726. 

Robert Mansfield, the Immigrant, 

Came from Exeter, Devonshire, Eng., and died December 16, 
1666. 



Biographical Sketches 191 

Rev, William Walton, the Immigrant, 

Was born at Seaton, Devonshire, Eng., about 1 598, and was 
at Hingham, Mass., in 1635. He was made a freeman March 
3, 1636, and died at Marblehead, Mass., in 1638. He entered 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Eng., February, 16 17/18. His 
daughter Elizabeth, born 1629, married ist, Lot Conant, and 2d, 
Andrew Mansfield. 

Andrew Mansfield, the Immigrant, son of Robert and Eliza- 
beth Mansfield, 
Was born in 1598 at Exeter, Eng. He came to Boston in 
1636 and to Lynn in 1640. In 1666 he was town clerk and 
one of the Selectmen in 1678, and died at Lynn in 1692. His 
son Andrew was Representative to the General Court in 1680, 
and married Elizabeth (Walton) Conant, widow of Lot Conant, 
January 10, 1681/82, and died at Lynnfield, August 31, 1730. 
Andrew Mansfield was a great-great-grandfather of Hephzibah 
Conant. 

Robert Hale, the Immigrant, 

Belonged to the family of Hale in Kent, Eng., where they 
were residing as early as the reign of Edward III. 

He probably came in the fleet with Winthrop, and was one of 
the earliest members of the First Church in Boston, his name 
being the eighteenth on the roll. He was one of the founders 
of the Charlestown church, and one of its first deacons. He 
was admitted to that church October 14, 1632, and was made 
a freeman May 14, 1634. 

He was a blacksmith and carpenter by trade, and regularly 
employed by the General Court as a Surveyor of new planta- 
tions. He was wealthy and active in all public concerns of the 
town, serving as selectman for eleven years. He was Ensign of 
the Charlestown Train-band, and joined the Ancient and Honor- 
able Artillery Company in 1644. He died July 16, 1659. ^is 
wife, Jane, died July, 1679. His daughter, Joanna, born 1638, 
married ist, John Larkin, and 2d, Capt. William Dodge. 



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Edward Larkin, the Immigrant, 

He became an inhabitant May 5, 1638, and was admitted to 
the church August 23, 1639, ^"^^ made a freeman May 13, 1640. 
He joined the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 
1644, and died in February, 1652. His son, John, married 
Joanna Hale. She afterwards married, as her second husband, 
Capt. William Dodge, whose son, Joshua Dodge, married her 
daughter, Joanna (his stepsister). 



William Dodge, the Immigrant, son of John and Margery 
Dodge, 

Was born in Somersetshire, Eng., about 1604, and came to 
this country in the "Lion's Whelp," a ship of 120 tons, which 
left Gravesend April 25, 1629, and Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, 
May II, and arrived at Salem June 29, 1629. He settled in 
that part of Salem now called Beverly. 

He was commended to Gov. Endicott as a " skillful and pain- 
ful husbandman," with the request that he might have charge of 
a team of horses. He was made a freeman April 17, 1637, and 
was a Deputy to the General Court in 1682. He died between 
1685 and 1692. 



Capt. William Dodge, son of William Dodge, 

Was born at Beverly September 19, 1640, and lived there as a 
malster. He married ist, Mary Conant, daughter of Roger 
Conant and widow of John Balch, and married 2d, May 26, 
1685, widow Joanna Larkin, daughter of Deacon Robert Hale 
of Charlestown, who died August 18, 1694. He was in the 
Narragansett Fight in 1675 and acquired distinction for courage 
and skill. He was made a freeman in 1683. He was a Repre- 
sentative from Beverly to the General Court in 1690, and died 
at Beverly March 24, 1720/21. 



Biographical Sketches 193 

Joshua Dodge, son of Capt. William and Mary (Conant) Dodge, 
Was baptized August 29, 1669, at Beverly, and died there 

April 15, 1694. He married Joanna Larkin, daughter of his 

stepmother, Mrs. Joanna (Hale) Larkin, the second wife of Capt. 

William Dodge. 

In April, 1693, Joshua Dodge and others were authorized to 

build a seat in the meeting house (First Church), by the west 

end of the pulpit. 

Deacon Joshua Dodge, Jr., son of Joshua and Joanna (Larkin) 
Dodge, 
Was born September 20, 1694, after the death of his father. 
He lived at North Beverly, where he died December 20, 1771. 
He married Hannah Raymond June 14, 17 16. He was brought 
up in the family of his stepfather, John Thorndike, and became 
a most useful and respected citizen. He was the grandfather of 
Hephzibah Conant. 

Ancestors of Olive and Hannah Jefferds. 
Simon Jefferds (Jeofreys), the Immigrant, 

Emigrated from England about the year 1700, and came to 
Salem, Mass., where he married Elizabeth Cole, November 20, 
1 70 1. His children were Samuel and Mary. He also had a 
son and daughter, both deaf and dumb, who died young. After 
the death of his wife he moved to Virginia, married again and 
died there. 

Rev. Samuel Jefferds, son of Simon and Elizabeth (Cole) Jef- 
ferds (Jeffords), 

Was born in Salem, April 6, 1704, and educated at Harvard 
College by his grandmother Cole, with whom he and his sister 
lived. He graduated in 1722, kept a school in Beverly for about 
one year, and studied for the ministry there. He went to Wells, 
Me., to preach, in December, 1725, at the age of twenty-one. 

It is said of him that he was of a kind and charitable spirit ; 
sensible of his own fallibility, he was disposed to look upon the 



194 Biographical Sketches 

aberrations of his fellow men with perhaps more of pity and com- 
miseration than true charity would require. He would not break 
the bruised reed. He evidently labored to promote a kind and 
helpful disposition among his people, so that he drew to himself 
their sympathy and good will. As the money currency was con- 
tinually depreciating, the town voted several successive years to 
add thirty pounds to his salary, and in 1736 it was increased 
eighty pounds. He was in the ministry twenty-six years. 

He married Sarah Wheelwright, daughter of Col. John Wheel- 
wright of Wells, October 27, 1727, by whom he had ten children. 
He died February 2, 1752, and his wife Sarah died February 14, 
1762, aged 55 years. 



Samuel Jefferds, son of Rev. Samuel and Sarah (Wheelwright) 
Jefferds, 

Was born October 9, 1729, and married Hannah Hill, daughter 
of Nathaniel and Priscilla (Littlefield) Hill, July 7, 1752. 

Capt. Samuel Jefferds lived on what was termed " Sandy 
Hill " about 1750, and later moved to the vicinity of Pike's mill 
on Little River, where he kept a tavern which was much used 
about the time of the Revolutionary War. He also operated a 
fulling mill on Little River near the tavern. 

He died July 4, 1790, aged 61 years. His wife, Hannah Hill, 
was born November 20, 1732, and died October 7, 1769, aged 
37 years. 



William Jefferds, son of Samuel and Hannah (Hill) Jefferds, 
Was born February 19, 1753, and married Olive Gilpatrick, 
daughter of James Gilpatrick, June 8, 1775, by whom he had ten 
children. 

He moved from Wells to Kennebunk in 1777, and having 
been educated as a fuller of cloth by his father, built a mill by 
the iron works at the western end of the lower dam on the 
Mousam River where he employed himself for several years. 



THE JEFFERDS INN 

1776 
WELLS. MAINE 



Biographical Sketches 195 

The Jefferds Tavern, now known as the Mousam House, was 
built by Dominicus Lord, who commenced clearing the land 
April 19, 1775, but owing to lack of money and the uncertainty 
of the times, did not complete it until 1784, when after occupy- 
ing it for a few years he sold it to William Jefferds by whom it 
was opened as a public house in 1790-92, and carried on by him 
and his son for many years. 

Mr. Jefferds died April 28, 1820, aged 6y years, and his wife, 
Olive, died April 29, 183 1, aged 75 years. 



Hannah Jefferds, daughter of William and Olive (Gilpatrick) 
Jefferds, 

Was born in October, 1775, at Wells, and married Samuel 
Lord, the oldest son of Lieut. Tobias Lord and Mehitable Scam- 
mon, February 26, 1799, at Wells. 

She died February 14, 18 16, at Kennebunk. 



Olive Jefferds, daughter of William and Olive (Gilpatrick) 
Jefferds, 

Was born December 21, 1793, at Kennebunk, in the Jefferds 
Tavern which was then owned by her father, and married April 
22, 1 8 16, George Lord, son of Lieut. Tobias Lord and Hephzibah 
Conant. 

After her husband's death in 1861 she moved with her son 
Edward Watts Lord to Newton, Mass., where she made her 
home with her eldest son George Clement Lord, until her death, 
July 4, 1879. 



Rev. John Wheelwright, the Immigrant, 

Was probably born in the early part of 1592, at Salsby in 
Lincolnshire, Eng. His father, Robert Wheelwright, son of John 
Wheelwright, died there in 161 2. Mr. Wheelwright graduated 
in 16 14 at Sidney-Sussex College, Cambridge. Cotton Mather 



196 Biographical Sketches 

writes that " when Wheelwright was a young spark at the 
University he was noted for a more than ordinary stroke at 
wrestling, and afterwards while waiting on Cromwell, with whom 
he had been contemporary at the College, Cromwell declared to 
the gentlemen then about him, that he could remember the 
time when he had been more afraid of meeting Wheelwright 
at football than of meeting any army since in the field, for he 
was infallibly sure of being tripped up by him." 

He married November 8, 162 1, Marie Storre, and was made 
Vicar of Bilsby, April 9, 1623, which position he later lost on 
account of his religious views. His first wife having died he mar- 
ried Mary Hutchinson, sister of Ann Hutchinson, and daughter 
of Edward Hutchinson of Alvord, and with his family emigrated 
to America, landing in Boston May 26, 1636. He and his wife 
were admitted to the church, June 12, 1636. He was well re- 
ceived, and made pastor of a new church to be gathered at Mt. 
Wollaston, now Quincy. 

In 1637 Wheelwright was found guilty by the General Court 
of "sedition and contempt of the civil authorities," and in No- 
vember he left Massachusetts by sailing vessel to the mouth of 
the Piscataqua, and then found his way through the heavy snows 
of that bitter winter to the falls of the Squamscot, where in 
the spring of 1638, joined by his family, with others, he made 
a bargain with the Indians, April 3, 1638, for an extensive tract 
of land and founded Exeter. The famous Exeter Combination 
for the government of the settlement was drawn up by him 
under date of the fourth day of July, 1639, and subscribed to by 
him and thirty-four others. After a residence of five years here, 
the town was declared to be within the jurisdiction of Massa- 
chusetts, and Wheelwright removed with part of his church to 
Wells, in the district of Maine, and in 1643 we find him near 
Ogunquit, having probably been induced to seek a home there 
by Edmund Littlefield, who had preceded him from Exeter. 

He left Wells for Hampton about 1645-46, and about 1657 
went to England, where he was cordially received by Cromwell. 



Biographical Sketches 197 

In 1660 he returned to this country, and was settled as pastor 
in Salisbury, N. H., where he died November 15, 1679, aged 87 
years. 

Samuel Wheelwright, son of Rev. John and Mary (Hutchin- 
son) Wheelwright, 

Was born in England about 1635 and came to New England 
with his parents in 1636, and to Wells, Me., in 1643. The 
family moved to Hampton in 1645, and afterwards to Salisbury. 
He returned to Wells about 1657, his father deeding to him one- 
half of his farm. 

In 1665 he was made clerk of the writs and town clerk, which 
latter office he held for twenty-nine years. In the same year he 
was appointed Lieutenant in the militia. In 1670 he was chosen 
one of the selectmen of Wells, and in 1676 was made one of a 
committee to petition the King "for further settlement under 
the Bay Government," and was also County Treasurer. He 
was Representative at the General Court for York and Wells in 
1677, and in 168 1 was appointed by Charles II one of the 
Provincial Council of Maine. 

In 1689 he was appointed Judge of Probate and Judge of 
the Court of Common Pleas by William and Mary. He was a 
member of the Massachusetts Council for the Province of Maine, 
1695-98. He had one of the three Garrison Houses at the 

" Town's End " in Wells. He married Esther , and left 

four children, John, Joseph, Mary and Hannah. 



Col. John Wheelwright, son of Samuel and Esther Wheel- 
wright, 
Was born in Wells about 1664; he married Mary Snell Janu- 
ary 28, 1689, and had eleven children. He was a man of war, 
and a host within himself, and before the close of his life he 
came to be regarded as the bulwark of Maine against the attacks 
of her enemies. He served under Major John Converse, and 



198 Biographical Sketches 

was made respectively Lieutenant, Captain, Major, and in 1733 
Colonel. He went to Pemaquid and Sheepscot, thence to Tre- 
bonit, and was afterwards stationed at Fort Mary, on the Saco 
River. 

He was town clerk forty years, and also one of the selectmen. 
He was Deputy to the Massachusetts General Court in 1742 ; 
member of the Council 1708-33, and Commissioner to the 
Indians 17 14-41. 

He died August 13, 1745, aged 81 years. 

His daughter Sarah married Rev. Samuel Jefferds October 
27, 1727, and died February 14, 1762, aged fifty-five years. 



Peter Hill, " Saylor," the Immigrant, 

Came to this country with Winter's company which arrived at 
Richmond's Island, off Scarboro, in March, 1633. After leaving' 
Winter's employ he settled on land leased of Mistress Mackworth 
on the Saco River. 

He was a member of the Assembly of Ligonia in 1648, signed 
the submission to Massachusetts in 1653, was alloted land in 
Saco, July 12, 1653, and died in August, 1667. 



Roger Hill, son of Peter Hill, 

Was admitted a freeman in 1653, and married Sarah Cross, 
daughter of John and Frances Cross in 1658. John Cross was 
constable in Wells, and owned the only looking-glass and carpet 
in Wells at that time. He died about 1676. 

Roger Hill died about 1696, and his wife Sarah about 1720. 



Joseph Hill, son of Roger and Sarah (Cross) Hill, 

Was born in Saco, April 5, 1670, and resided in Wells where 
he died July 12, 1743. He married Hannah Littlefield, daugh- 
ter of Francis, Jr., and Meribah Littlefield, July 24, 1694. She 
was born at Wells in 1673, ^'^^ ^i^d there October 10, 1738. 



Biographical Sketches 199 

Joseph Hill served as lieutenant under his brother, Capt. John 
Hill, at Saco Fort, and held various offices in the town and 
parish, and was Collector of Customs. He was representative 
in 1727, and Collector of the Excise in 1734. 

In December, 1727, he petitioned the Council showing that 
"he had been in sundry Engagements in the Service of his 
Country in the War against the Indian Enemy from the time 
of the Administration of Sir Edmund Andros Government In 
many of which Engagements several of the Indians have been 
slain, And therefore Praying that for his Services therein this 
Court would please to grant him Two or Three Hundred Acres 
of the unappropriated Lands of the Province lying within the 
County of York." By this petition he was granted leave to take 
300 acres. 

In his will dated March 23, 1742, he leaves a legacy to his 
"granddaughter, Hannah Hill," daughter of his son Nathaniel 
Hill, and 10 pounds to his church and to his pastor, Rev. Sam- 
uel Jefferds. 

Nathaniel Hill, son of Joseph and Hannah (Littlefield) Hill, 
Was baptized April 11, 1708, and married Priscilla Littlefield, 
November 15, 1729, at Wells, and died January 7, 1771. 



Hannah Hill, daughter of Nathaniel and Priscilla (Littlefield) 
Hill, 
Was born November 20, 1732, and married Samuel Jefferds, 
July 7, 1752, at Wells. She died October 7, 1769, aged 37 
years. 

Edmund Littlefield, the Immigrant, 

Probably came to this country with his son Anthony and 
some friends of Rev. John Wheelwright, and arrived in Boston 
from Southampton, Eng., July 12, 1637. He was one of the 
first settlers in Wells, becoming a resident there about 1641. 



200 Biographical Sketches 

Having decided to remain in this country he sent for his wife 
Annas Littlefield, who together with six of her children took 
passage for Boston in the "Bevis of Hampton," Capt. Tounes, 
in May, 1638. 

Being suspected of sympathizing with Ann Hutchinson, a 
woman whose rehgious views divided Boston into two violently 
opposed factions, he was ordered to leave Boston early in the 
spring of 1638. Accordingly he with his family joined Rev. 
John Wheelwright at what is now Exeter, and was one of the 
subscribers to the Exeter Combination, a famous agreement for 
the government of that settlement. Exeter being found to be 
under the jurisdiction of Massachusetts, he was obliged to go 
further into the wilderness, and finally settled at Wells, to which 
place he was immediately followed by Rev. John Wheelwright 
and many of the Exeter people. He built a saw-mill and grist- 
mill at the falls of the Webhannet River in 1641, His house 
was located a short distance east of where the post-road crossed 
the river. He and his sons were mill men and farmers. 

On account of his firm moral character he was appointed by 
the Governor of Massachusetts, agent for the sale of ardent 
spirits in Wells. He was also one of the committee for settling 
the boundary between Wells and Cape Porpoise, and a Commis- 
sioner to try small causes, elected by the people for the years 
1654, 1655, 1658, 1660, and 1661. He was also agent of 
Gorges to give possession of sale to settlers. 

He died December, 1661. 



Francis Littlefield, Jr., 

Son of Edmund Littlefield, came from England in the " Bevis 
of Hampton" in May, 1638, with his mother Annas. He was 
born in England in 163 1. He signed submission to the govern- 
ment of Massachusetts, July 5, 1653, and was appointed Ensign 
in York Regiment, King Philip's war, July, 1668. His daugh- 
ter Hannah married Joseph Hill. 



Biographical Sketches 20i 



Hannah Littlefield, daughter of Francis, Jr., and Meribah 
Littlefield, 
Was born at Wells in 1673, and was married July 24, 1694, 
to Joseph Hill, son of Roger and Sarah (Cross) Hill. She died 
October 10, 1738. Joseph Hill was born in April, 1670, at 
Saco, Me., and died July 12, 1743. 



Thomas Gilpatrick, the Immigrant, 

Came with his wife Mary to this country from Donathkeedy, 
Ireland. Probably he was one of a large number of Scotchmen 
living in the north of Ireland whose ancestors came from the 
southern part of Scotland at the time of the Scotch emigration 
to Ireland in the seventeenth century, and who had suffered so 
much for liberty, and cherished inexpressible longings to be free, 
that they could not be satisfied with their surroundings, ham- 
pered as they were in every direction, but looking into the future 
began to think of the new world. 

These Scotchmen were encouraged by reports of civil and 
religious liberty in America, and several congregations of Scotch 
Presbyterians deciding in 171 7 to remove thither, sent one of 
their number with a message to Governor Shute of Massachu- 
setts early in 1718, asking for grants of land. 

A favorable reply being received they sailed from Ireland in 
a fleet of some five vessels and arrived at Boston, August 4, 
1 71 8. Here they divided into three parties, one sailing along 
the coast as far as Portland, landing at several points. 

Mr. Gilpatrick landed at Saco, Me., and was living at Wells 
in 1726, but removed to Biddeford in 1739, where he remained 
until his death, October 24, 1762, at the age of 88 years. 



James Gilpatrick, son of Thomas and Mary Gilpatrick, 

Came to Wells in 1728, married January 17, 1733, Sarah 
Boothby, daughter of Richard and Mabel (Littlefield) Boothby, 
and may have taken part in the siege of Louisburg in 1744. 



202 Biographical Sketches 

In 1776 he enlisted for eight months' service in Capt. James 
Hubbard's Company and marched to Cambridge ; he afterward 
re-enlisted for a year. This service was one of great hardship. 
They marched to New York, Albany, Lake Champlain and 
Montreal, thence back to St. John's where many had small-pox, 
thence to Ticonderoga and Trenton where they captured the 
Hessians. 

He was living in Wells in April, 18 18. 

His daughter Olive Gilpatrick, born about 1756, married Wil- 
liam Jefferds, son of Samuel Jefferds and Hannah Hill, June 8, 
1775, and died April 29, 1831. She was the mother of Olive 
Jefferds who married George Lord. 



Descendants of Lieut. Tobias and Mehitable 
(Scammon) Lord. 

Samuel Lord, eldest son of Lieut. Tobias and Mehitable (Scam- 
mon) Lord, 

Was born February 26, 1774, at Moulton's Mills (Whicher's 
Mills), Sanford, Me., and baptized March 6, 1775, at Biddeford. 

He married February 26, 1799, Hannah Jefferds, daughter of 
William and Olive (Gilpatrick) Jefferds. His wife was a sister 
of Olive Jefferds who married George Lord, half-brother of Sam- 
uel Lord. 

From 1795 to 1800 he was book-keeper for his father, and 
later became part owner in many vessels principally engaged in 
the West India trade. At one time he was considered very 
wealthy, but later met with many losses, several of his vessels 
being captured by French privateers. 

After the death of his wife, which occurred February 14, 18 16, 
he closed up his business in Kennebunk, and in 1826 went to 
New York, where he did some trading in coffee and cotton. 
From 1827 to 1834, he engaged in the dry goods business on 
Grand Street, afterwards going into business with his son, Sam- 



Biographical Sketches 203 

uel, Jr. In January, 1835, he joined his brother, Tobias Lord, 
3d, in the wholesale grocery business. He returned to Kenne- 
bunk in 1848, and died November 8, 185 1. 



John Lord, son of Samuel and Hannah (Jefferds) Lord, 

Was born November 27, 1803, at Kennebunk. He was a 

ship-master and sailed in the employ of G. & L Lord, who at 

that time were managing owners in many ships from a little red 

store at Kennebunk Landing. 

He married December 29, 1829, at Cape Porpoise, Me., 

Sarah Kimball, daughter of James and Eunice (Stone) Kimball. 
He died December 13, 1835, at Kennebunk. 



John Clement Lord, son of John and Sarah (Kimball) Lord, 
Was born February 14, 1833, at Kennebunk. He went to 
sea in the employ of G. & L Lord when but thirteen years of 
age; was first officer of an iioo ton ship when seventeen, and 
was given command of the ship "Josephus," George C. Lord & 
Co., managing owners, when he was twenty-one. Later he was 
in the employ of Howes & Crowell, shipping merchants of New 
York, and his last employment in the merchant service was 
with the Pacific Mail S. S. Co. 

He was four years in the United States Navy during the 
Civil War as Acting Ensign, Navigator, and Ordnance Officer, 
and was wounded in the assault of Fort Fisher, where he lost 
his right hand. 

He married January 21, 1857, at London, Eng., Elizabeth 
Mitchell of Hastings, who died January 20, 1893, at Kennebunk. 
At this time (19 12) he is an officer of the Sailors' Snug Harbor, 
at New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. He has two children : 
Arthur Hastings Lord, now living at Los Angeles, Cal., and 
Elizabeth Virginia Lord, residing at Chicago. 



204 Biographical Sketches 

Samuel Lord, Jr., son of Samuel and Hannah (Jefferds) Lord, 
Was born January 7, 1806, at Kennebunk, and went into the 
ship brokerage business in New York in 1830. He married in 
May, 183 1, at Brooklyn, Elizabeth Ruthven, daughter of James 
and Jane Ruthven, and in January, 1834, took his father into 
business with him at 36 South Street. His health failing he 
went out of business the next November, and soon afterwards 
left New York for Terre Haute, Ind., where he died May 16, 
1841. 



James Ruthven Lord, son of Samuel, Jr., and Elizabeth 
(Ruthven) Lord, 

Was born July 9, 1837, at Terre Haute, Ind. When about 
four years of age his father died, and his mother returned to live 
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ruthven, in Bridgeport 
Conn. In 1847, his mother having died, his grandparents took 
him to New York to live with them on 23d Street. 

When a young man Mr. Lord went to Pittsburgh, where he 
was purchasing agent for the Fort Wayne Railroad for several 
years. Later he returned to New York, where he became a 
partner in the firm of McGibbon & Co. and remained there 
until his death. May 26, 1909. 

He married June i, 1887, at East Orange, N. J., Annie 
Philips Jennings, daughter of J. Frank and Fanny (Blinks) Jen- 
nings, of Newark, N.J. After his marriage he resided at East 
Orange. 



Nathaniel Lord, second son of Lieut. Tobias and Mehitable 
(Scammon) Lord, 
Was born June i, 1776, at Moulton's Mills in Sanford, Me., and 
lived most of his life at Arundel, since called Kennebunkport. 
He was a business man of excellent standing, and was noted for 
his remarkable memory. It is said that he kept no account 
books, but carried the details of his large shipping business in 
his head, meeting all obligations promptly. 



Biographical Sketches 205 

Records in the old Custom House at Kennebunkport, dating 
from 1800, make mention of Mr. Lord's name as consignee of 
various cargoes received from many different ports in the West 
Indies, and also some from Liverpool, with additional informa- 
tion as to duties imposed, tonnage of vessels, and other interest- 
ing statistics regarding the shipping of those early days. 

His ships, the largest being about 250 tons, brought iron, 
coal, salt, etc., safely to port when the enemy's ships-of-war were 
already on the seas in search of American commerce. Mr. Lord 
built a large mansion house at Kennebunkport during the War 
of 1812-14, chiefly, it was said, to furnish work to otherwise un- 
employed ship carpenters. 

Nathaniel Lord married July 2, 1797, at Kennebunkport, 
Phoebe Walker, daughter of Capt. Daniel and Lois (Stone) 
Walker. He died February 24, 181 5, at Kennebunkport, in 
his 39th year. 



Daniel Walker Lord, eldest son of Nathaniel and Phoebe 
(Walker) Lord, 

Was born March 29, 1800, at Kennebunkport. His school 
days, at Gorham Academy and at Portland being ended, he en- 
tered an active business life at the age of nineteen, in partner- 
ship with older men engaged in the West India trade. His 
interest in shipping thus begun, developed with the years, and 
continued throughout the greater part of his life. 

November 23, 1824, he married Lydia Abbot of Westford, 
Mass., daughter of Joel and Lydia Cummings Abbot. Two 
years later, — when twenty-six years of age, — he was elected to 
the State Legislature, where he served for several years ; and 
later, was made a member of the Governor's Council. 

Interested always in all that concerned the welfare of human- 
ity, Mr. Lord was one of those who, in the middle of the last 
century, gave voice and influence in behalf of the establishment 
of the Maine Prohibitory Law. During the years from 1855 to 



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1880, he was a member of the Board of Trustees of Bovvdoin 
College. 

As a ship-owner and merchant, he was known in the principal 
ports of the world, to which, through a long period of years, his 
ships were sent. 

His wife, Lydia Abbot Lord died June 13, 185 1. He mar- 
ried January 5, 1853, Lydia Patterson, daughter of Capt. Actor 
Patten and Lydia (Hutchins) Patterson, of Kennebunkport. 

His later years were spent in Maiden, Mass., where he died 
September 4, 1880. A man of strong character, and reverent 
to a marked degree. 

Charles Austin Lord, son of Nathaniel and Phoebe (Walker) 
Lord, 

Was born May 11, 1806, at Kennebunkport. He graduated 
at Bowdoin College in 1825, and received the degree of A. M. 
in 1829. 

Mr. Lord was active in the early temperance movement in 
New York, and in the formation of the first Temperance Society 
in that city. 

From 1827 to 1832 he engaged in pubHshing books in New 
York, and following that became Professor of Languages at 
Marion College, in Missouri, for several years. Later on he 
occupied the position of Editor of the " Christian Mirror," a re- 
ligious paper published at Portland, Me. 

He married May 3, 1831, at Scarborough, Me., Ernestine 
Libby, daughter of Capt. Stephen and Agnes (Hasty) Libby. 

In 1854 he was chosen Superintendent of Schools for the 
State of Maine, and from 1856 to 1878 he was an Overseer of 
Bowdoin College. Mr. Lord died August 7, 1878, at Portland, 
leaving six children. 

Nathaniel Lord, son of Nathaniel and Phoebe (Walker) Lord, 

Was born April 11, 1808, at Kennebunkport, Me., and died 

July 10, 1852, on the Sacramento River, Cal. He prepared for 

college at Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., and entered Nor- 



CHARLES VEAZIE LORD 

1836-1903 



NATHANIEL LORD 

1608-1852 



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RESIDENCE OF NATHANIEL LORD 
BANGOR, MAINE 



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Biographical Sketches 207 

wich Academy at Northfield, Vt., in 1823, graduating in 1825. 
Soon after leaving the Academy he removed to Bangor, Me., 
where he soon became identified with several business enter- 
prises ; he engaged in mercantile business until 1849, and was 
also interested in real estate and timber lands. 

In 1849 h^ took a steamboat, the " Governor Dana," to Cali- 
fornia, on board a sailing vessel around Cape Horn, going him- 
self by way of the Isthmus of Panama. He was managing 
owner of this boat, which ran from Sacramento City up the 
river to Marysville. He returned to Bangor in 1851, and went 
again to California in 1852, when he was accidentally killed by 
the discharge of a pistol. 

He was a Whig in politics, and held several positions for his 
party; was a member of the Bangor City Council, 1837-38, 
1843-44, and City Treasurer, 1839-41. 

He married October 12, 1835, at Bangor, Frances Augusta 
Hunt Veazie, daughter of Gen. Samuel and Susanna (Walker) 
Veazie, and had seven children. 



Charles Veazie Lord, son of Nathaniel and Frances Augusta 
Hunt (Veazie) Lord, 

Was born August 17, 1836, at Bangor, Me., and died there 
September 26, 1905. 

In 1849, at his own desire, he was sent to California in charge 
of a tutor, at the time of the " Gold Fever," making the voyage 
in a sailing vessel, aboard of which was carried the steamboat 
"Governor Dana " which was owned by his father, and his grand- 
father Gen. Veazie. This was the first steamboat to navigate 
the Sacramento River. He returned the next year with his 
father, via the Isthmus of Panama. He then attended as a 
student the Kennebunk school, later Phillips Academy at An- 
dover, afterwards entering Norwich University at Northfield, 
Vt., where he remained two years. Leaving the University he 
went again to California in the interests of Gen. Veazie, to close 
the steamboat business. 



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Returning to Bangor he engaged in various business enter- 
prises, eventually becoming President of the Union Iron Works, 
which position he held until his death. In 1879 "^^ became 
President of the Veazie National Bank, and in 1903 of the Ban- 
gor Savings Bank, and remained at the head of both of these 
institutions during his hfe. 

He was a member of the Second Maine Volunteers, serving 
as Quartermaster and First Lieutenant from May 3, 1861, to 
September 19, 1861, when he resigned his commission for im- 
perative business interests. He was a Republican in politics, 
served as a member of the Bangor City Council, 1873-75, and 
represented his district in the State Legislature in 1878. 

He married May 24, 1861, at the Astor House, New York, 
Frances Elizabeth Strickland, daughter of Gen. Samuel P. 
Strickland, while on his way to the front. Two children were 
born to them : Frances Veazie, who married Paul Blatchford, 
and resides at Oak Park, 111., and Nathaniel Lord, who resides 
at Bangor. 



Charles Peter Clark, Sr., son of Peter and Susan (Lord) 
Clark, and grandson of Nathaniel Lord, Sr., 
Was born August 11, 1836, at Nashua, N. H. His prepara- 
tion for college was completed at Phillips Academy, at Andover, 
Mass., and he entered Dartmouth College in 1852, but on ac- 
count of ill health was obliged to leave his class at the end of 
the first year, and took a long sea voyage. On his return after 
a year's absence he resumed his college life, but at the end of 
another year finding his health unequal to the demands upon it 
he gave up all thought of college, and having acquired a liking 
for a sea-faring life he purchased a small vessel, and went into the 
African trade from Boston. He at first employed a captain, and 
accompanied the vessel as supercargo, but rapidly learning how 
to navigate his ship, soon became his own captain, and continued 
successfully in this business for several years acquiring a service- 
able knowledge of commercial affairs. 



Biographical Sketches 2.Qf^ 

He married October 21, 1857, at Portland, Me., Caroline Tyler, 
daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Spring). Tyler. 

October 8, 1 862, he was appointed Acting Ensign in the Navy, 
and on June 9, 1 863, he was assigned to the command of the 
sloop " Rosalie," where he showed such zeal and ability in cap- 
turing many blockade runners that on July 18 of the same year 
he was promoted to be Acting Master, and placed in command 
of the schooner "Sea Bird," cruising in the Gulf of Mexico. 
Here he continued to participate in the capture of many vessels 
including the British steamer " Mail " with 160 bales of cotton. 

He was given command of the ironclad " Carondelet," Decem- 
ber 22, 1864, doing patrol duty on the Tennessee River, and a 
little later was transferred to the "Benton." 

November 20, 1865, the war having ended, he was honorably 
discharged and at once engaged in business at St, Louis, Mo. ; 
but he soon returned to Boston where he became a partner in a 
shipping firm. 

In August, 1870, he became clerk to the Receivers of the 
Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad, and this was the humble 
beginning of a notable career in railroading. The Company was 
reorganized in 1873 as the New York & New England Railroad 
Company, and he was appointed General Manager. Within six 
years he became President, still retaining the position of General 
Manager, an office which he soon resigned, and went to Europe 
for two years. Near the close of 1881 he returned to become 
Second Vice-President of the New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad, having his headquarters in New York. Two 
years later, the New York & New England being then in finan- 
cial straits, he was recalled as its President and soon became its 
Receiver in bankruptcy. 

In two years the railroad having again resumed business, he 
became its President for the third time, only to resign a year 
later, and in March, 1887, he became President of the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company where he re- 
mained in control for twelve years ; the mileage of the road 



2IO Biographical Sketches 



increasing in that time from 265 miles to a great system ex- 
tending over 2,000 miles of track. He was the first to run 
passenger trains by electricity — by means of a third rail — over 
tracks designed for steam-hauled trains. 

The South Station in Boston, the largest railroad station in the 
world for many years, is the result of his plan for uniting all the 
railroads entering Boston from the south and west. Mr. Clark 
retired from the road November 11, 1899, on account of ill 
health, and spent a large part of the remainder of his life in 
Europe. 

He died March 21, 1901, at Nice, France. 



William Lord, Jr., 

• Was born September 5, 1803, at Kennebunkport, and went 
to sea when about twelve years of age, and was master of a ves- 
sel before he was twenty-one. After following the sea as master 
for about ten years he retired and was engaged with G. & I. Lord, 
George Callender & Co., George C. Lord & Co., and others, in 
building vessels at the " Port." Among others were the ship 
"William Lord, Jr.," 1250 tons, and the barque " Union," 666 
tons, which were finished in 1856. 

Capt. Lord was one of the incorporators of the Ocean Bank 
at Kennebunk, and remained a director up to the time of his 
death. When the W^estern Union Telegraph Co. built its line 
from the depot to the village he was one of the sureties to guar- 
antee them against loss. 

He was very much interested in the First Parish Church (Uni- 
tarian) of Kennebunk, giving an organ in 1850 which gave good 
service for nearly fifty years. He also gave the town clock 
which was placed in the church steeple, and the organ in the 
first Channing Church building at Newton, Mass. 

In 1844 he moved from his house on Dane Street, afterwards 
occupied by Mrs. Capt. Daniel Nason, Jr., to the house he pur- 
chased of Mrs. Priscilla Storer, on Storer Street (in which 



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Biographical Sketches 2 1 1 

Lafayette was entertained while on his journey to Portland). 
Here he remained until his death, May 24, i860. 

He took an active interest in State and town affairs, and in 
the cause of temperance. 



Tobias Lord, the third son of Lieut. Tobias and Mehitable 
(Scammon) Lord, 

Was born April 6, 1778. His parents moved that year from 
Sanford to Kennebunk, and it is doubtful in which of these 
towns he was born. He married ist, January 3, 1799, Hannah 
Perkins, daughter of Capt. Ephraim Perkins of Kennebunkport, 
and moved to Boston about 1 8 1 1 . 

Between 181 8 and 1828 he was one of the largest shipping 
merchants in Boston, having an office at 41 Long Wharf, and a 
house on Washington Place (Fort Hill). He then met with 
serious reverses in business, and moving to New York in 1830, 
he established himself at 30 South Street. In March, 1832, 
he bought a farm in Johnstone, N. Y., about forty miles north 
of Albany, where he lived for over a year. In 1834 we find 
him in Boston again, doing a commission business at 1 3 Central 
Wharf, but not meeting with success he moved in December 
of that year to New York and started in the wholesale grocery 
business at 121 Water Street. From 1842 to 1848 he resided 
in Jersey City. 

He and his wife Hannah joined the Old South Church in 
Boston, October 26, 1828. His first wife, Hannah Perkins, 
died while on a visit to Boston, July 31, 1846, and he married 
2d, in 1848, in New York, Mrs. Sarah (Adams) Perkins, daugh- 
ter of Charles and Hannah Adams, and widow of a Mr. Perkins, 
said to be a brother of his first wife. After his second marriage 
he continued to live for a short time at the New England House 
in New York and in 1850 moved to Woodbridge, N. J., where 
he joined the Presbyterian Church in 1852. 

He died September 4, 1854, aged ^6 years. He was a man 
of great perseverance and strength of character, and in appear- 
ance strongly resembled Daniel Webster. 



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Ephraim Perkins Lord, eldest son of Tobias, 3d, and Hannah 
(Perkins) Lord, 

Was born October 15, 1799, at Kennebunk. He followed 
the sea for a number of years in his youth, and was considered 
an expert navigator, gaining quite a reputation among the sea 
captains of Bucksport and vicinity as a teacher of that branch 
of mathematics, and was known as Captain in his later years. 

He married February 14, 1825, at Bucksport, Me., Ruby 
Spofford, daughter of Daniel Spofford of Bucksport. After his 
marriage he settled down to a life ashore, and engaged in the 
ship chandlery business in Portland for a number of years. Later 
Capt. Lord went into the same business in New Orleans for a 
time, but was not successful there, and returned to Bucksport 
where he died December 18, 1867, at the age of 6Z years. 



James Lawrence Lord, son of Tobias, 3d, and Hannah (Per- 
kins) Lord, 

Was born December 16, 18 13, at Bucksport, Me., and mar- 
ried April 18, 1847, at Chester, Conn., Ruth Jennette Auger, 
daughter of Lebbeus and Ruth McCollum Auger. He moved 
from New York to Chester about 1845, where for over thirty 
years he owned an iron foundry which was well known through- 
out that part of Connecticut. Later in life he travelled in Maine 
selling hydraulic machinery. 

Soon after his marriage he joined the Congregational Church 
at Chester, and he died there September 25, 1892, at the age of 
79 years. 

George Willis Lord, son of Tobias, 3d, and Hannah (Perkins) 
Lord, 
Was born September 24, 181 5, at Boston, and went with his 
parents to live at New York in 1830. He practiced law at Mon- 
ticello, N. Y., for ten or twelve years, and then removed to 
Newburgh and from there to New York, where he was very suc- 
cessful in his practice. 



BiograpJiical Sketches 2 1 3 

He married in 1838 at Mount Hope, N. Y., Jane Stackhouse, 
daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Stackhouse. They had two 
children, Hannah and Julia. She died at Mount Hope in May, 
1844. 

He married for the second time, in August, 1847, at Monti- 
cello, Marietta P. Lindermann, daughter of David Lindermann, 
of Belleville, N. Y., and had five children by her, Alice, Jane, 
George, Christine and Frederick. 

He died September 14, 1887, at New York. 



Descendants of Lieut. Tobias and Hephzibah 
(Conant) Lord. 

Francis Osborne Watts, son of Francis and Mehitable (Lord) 
Watts, 

Was born August 9, 1803, at Kennebunk, Me. He entered 
Harvard College at the age of fifteen, graduated in August, 1822, 
and was admitted to the Bar in October, 1825. 

He married May i, 1826, at Roxbury (Boston), Caroline 
Goddard, daughter of Dr. Thatcher and Lucy (Wiswall) God- 
dard. 

In 185 I he was elected the first President of the first Young 
Men's Christian Association in this country, which was then 
established in Boston. He was a member of the Episcopal 
Church, and was a man of exemplary character. 

Mr. Watts died September 28, i860, at Boston, 



Capt. Charles Williams, son of Charles White and Abigail 
(Lord) Williams, 
Was born November 28, 1807, at Kennebunk, Me., and died 
April 18, 1822, at Framingham, Mass. He married October 14, 
1834, at Kennebunk, Diantha Livermore Fiske, daughter of 
John and Azubah (Purse) Fiske; she was born October 14, 
181 5, and died August 2, 1857, ^t Framingham 



214 Biographical Sketches 

At the early age of eighteen he went as supercargo in one of 
his father's vessels of which he took command when twenty-one. 
Afterwards, for many years, he commanded various ships of 
which he was part owner, and made many voyages to European 
ports. As a shipmaster Captain Williams was successful and 
fortunate, meeting with but one serious disaster during his sea- 
faring life. He was also noted for the unusual way in which he 
managed his crews. He ruled with a gentle firmness entirely 
unlike the arbitrary roughness which is so common upon the sea. 

Captain Williams preserved throughout his life a gentleness 
and purity of character very remarkable in one of his occupation 
and experience. After he ceased to follow the sea he was for 
some years interested in shipping, but his last years were passed 
in Framingham in a quiet country life which he thoroughly 
enjoyed. In the church of his early home he was for some 
time Sunday School Superintendent, and at Framingham he 
was deacon and church treasurer. 



Robert Waterston, son of Robert and Helen (Cassie) Waters- 
ton, 

Was born February 12, 1778, at Edinburgh, Scotland, his 
father's house being situated in a small court or square called 
the " Mint," where the money of the realm was coined when ^ 
Scotland had a government of her own. 

Before he was two years old he was placed with his maternal 
grandfather, Robert Cassie, who was a linen manufacturer resid- 
ing at North Berwick, a small seaport town on the Frith of 
Forth, twenty-two miles to the eastward of Edinburgh, where 
he lived for some years. 

His father passing away at Edinburgh, March 27, 1782, his 
mother married Mr. Robert Ruthven, a wholesale and retail dry- 
goods merchant in Edinburgh, and in 1786 he returned to his 
mother's home, and was sent to school, and under the instruc- 
tion of James Purves continued his studies 



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1778-1869 



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1788-1862 



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Biographical Sketches 215 

Mr. Purves performed the duties of a minister as well as those 
of a schoolmaster, preaching on Sundays to a small body of wor- 
shipers who had discarded the popular doctrines of that day 
as they were held both in the Established Church, and in the 
churches of the Dissenters. 

After Mr. Waterston's return to Edinburgh he always accom- 
panied his parents to these meetings, and the religious teaching 
which he received greatly influenced the whole of his life. At 
the age of twelve years he began his business life, entering 
the store of his step-father, and in 1800 he was admitted as a 
partner in the business under the style of Ruthven & Waterston. 
Their store was in the Old Town on the corner of High Street 
and St. Mary's "Wynd," just where the famous " Netherbow 
Port," the eastern entrance to the city, stood. 

Having early imbibed a love of republican institutions he re- 
solved at the age of twenty-five "to breathe the free air of the 
States," without however having formed any definite plans as to 
his future course, and embarked on the brig " Belisarius " at 
Greenock on August 5, 1803, and after a passage of fifty-one 
days, ending September 25, he landed at Boston which he made 
his headquarters. 

In April, 1805, he formed a co-partnership with Mr. Isaac C. 
Pray of South Berwick, Me., where he had some business trans- 
actions, and in September he returned to Edinburgh, taking 
passage on a Liverpool packet, arriving in eighteen days. 

Mr. Waterston remained in Edinburgh until the following 
spring, when having decided to make this country his permanent 
home, the firm of Ruthven & Waterston was dissolved March 
II, 1806, and in May he re-embarked from Greenock in the 
"Fanny," arriving at New York June 16, where taking a packet 
to Newport and coach to Boston, he was soon back in Maine. 

The village of South Berwick offering too limited a field, a 
branch of their business was after a few years established in 
Kennebunk, then a part of "Old Wells," and to this place Mr. 
Waterston removed. 



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He married December 25, 18 10, at Alfred, Hephzibah Lord, 
and lived on Fletcher Street, near Main, until 181 5, when he 
removed with his family to Boston. 

In 1 813 Waterston & Pray established themselves in Boston, 
and the firm under that name, and under the style of Waterston, 
Pray & Company, and subsequently under that of Waterston, 
Deane & Company, were for many years well known throughout 
the country, first as importers of dry goods, and afterwards as 
commission merchants for the sale of domestic goods. The 
senior partners were early engaged in fostering the growth of 
American manufactures, investing their capital largely in these 
enterprises. 

In 1 8 16 Mr. Waterston returned to Edinburgh, and his step- 
father, Robert Ruthven having died, his mother and his two step- 
sisters, the Misses Ruthven, returned with him in 1 8 1 7 to make 
their home here. He revisited Scotland in 1824, 1852 and 
1856. 

In 182 1 his house was on Fort Hill at the corner of High and 
Oliver Streets, and he lived there until 1851 when he removed 
to 8 Bulfinch Place. Mr. Waterston retired from business in 
1857, at the age of 79 years. The last twelve years of his life 
were spent in quiet retirement among his friends. He died 
August 30, 1 869, at Boston, at the age of ninety-one. He left 
four children : Robert Cassie, who married Anna C. L. Quincy ; 
Helen Elizabeth, who married Charles Deane ; Lucy Augusta 
Hayes, who married George Greig, and Marion Ruthven, who 
married her cousin George Clement Lord. 



Robert Cassie Waterston, son of Robert and Hephzibah 
(Lord) Waterston, 
Was born March 20, 18 12, at Kennebunk, Me. His parents 
removed to Boston in 18 15-16, where they resided on Fort Hill, 
and he was educated at the Brookline Academy, and at the Bos- 
ton High School until he was fifteen years of age, and then 
entered the employ of Mr. Henry Rice, hardware and English 



Biographical Sketches 217 

goods, at 54 Kilby Street. Here he met with an accident which 
confined him to his bed for more than six months, and this seclu- 
sion from an active business life turned his attention to books, 
and also developed a natural taste for drawing. 

From 1834 to 1836 he was doing business under his own 
name at 73 Kilby Street. A little later he decided to enter the 
ministry, and became Superintendent of Father Taylor's Bethel 
Sunday School, where began his power of fluent and intensely 
sympathetic speech which won the hearts of so many throughout 
his life. 

While attending the Divinity School at Cambridge, he be- 
came acquainted with Miss Anna Cabot Lowell Quincy, daugh- 
ter of Josiah Quincy, Senior, who was at that time President of 
Harvard College, and married her April 22, 1840. His prefer- 
ence for a connection with the ministry at large led him to accept 
the pastorate of the Church of the Saviour (Unitarian), on Bed- 
ford Street, where he preached seven years, living at the time 
at Essex Street. He afterwards temporarily occupied the pulpit 
in Taunton and in Augusta, Me. 

Mr. Waterston visited Europe twice, the second time with his 
wife and daughter, and was an intelligent student of its wonders 
of art and historical monuments. His daughter, Helen, passed 
away at Naples, Italy, July 25, 1858, the shadow of which event 
never left his subsequent life which was spent at his winter 
home, 71 Chester Square, and on his estate at Whitefield, N. H. 

He died February 21, 1893, at his Boston house, leaving his 
large collection of rare books and autographs to the Massachu- 
setts Historical Society, together with an ample fund to insure 
their care and preservation. 



Charles Deane, son of Dr. Ezra and Mary (Moody) Deane, 

Was born November 10, 181 3, at Biddeford, Me., and en- 
tered the employ of Waterston, Pray & Co., at 16 Kilby Street, 
Boston, in August, 1833, becoming a member of the firm in 
1840. 



2 1 8 Biographical Sketches 

He married April 28, 1841, Helen Elizabeth Waterston, daugh- 
ter of Robert and Hephzibah (Lord) Waterston, and after his 
marriage lived at 1 1 Edinboro Street, moving to 80 Sparks 
Street, Cambridge, in 1847. 

In 1855 the firm name was changed to Waterston, Deane & 
Co., and in 1857 upon the retirement of Mr. Waterston, it was 
again changed to Richardson, Deane & Co. After a successful 
business career he retired in 1864. 

Mr. Deane's studies early made him familiar with the begin- 
nings of our American history both in New England and in 
Virginia, and he became an historical scholar almost without 
equal among his American contemporaries in his particular line 
of research. His first literary work was published in 1846, and 
he became a member of the Massachusetts Historical Society in 
1849. 

He died November 13, 1889, at Cambridge, aged ']6 years. 



George Greig, son of James and Catherine (Turpie) Greig, 

Was born April 13, 181 5, at Kinghorn, Fife, Scotland. When 
a small boy he went to Edinburgh, and for several years was in 
a lawyer's office. Later he came out to Halifax and from thence 
to Boston. In 1846 he joined a Mr. Elliott and formed a part- 
nership under the name of Elliott & Greig, commission merchants, 
with office at 10 Merchants Exchange, and resided at that time 
at I Bumstead Place. 

He married March 26, 1847, ^t Boston, Lucy Augusta Hayes 
Waterston, daughter of Robert and Hephzibah (Lord) Waters- 
ton, and grand-daughter of Lieut. Tobias Lord, and went to live 
at I Otis Place, in 1850 moving to 10 Otis Place. 

In 1852 the firm name was changed to George Greig & Co., 
with office at 32 Long Wharf, and in 1854, taking in a Mr. Wil- 
liam A. Rutherford with him, the business office was moved to 
81 State Street. 

In June, 1855, he purchased an estate on the easterly .slope 
of Nonantum Hill, on the boundary line between Boston and 



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Newton, where he lived until 1862 when he removed with his 
family to Beachville, Ontario, Canada. Here he turned his at- 
tention to farming, and was much interested in " shorthorn " 
cattle. In 1871 he moved to Toronto, where he became con- 
nected with several Insurance and Loan Companies. 

He died December 15, 1896, at Toronto, aged 81 years. 



George Lord, the eldest son of Lieut. Tobias and Hephzibah 
(Conant) Lord, 

Was born September 23, 1791, at Kennebunk, Me., and in 
his early manhood, like many of his early associates, followed 
the sea. At that time the ship-owner, or interested captain, not 
infrequently sent out the cargo as well as the ship, and profited 
thereby. He sailed in 181 5 as master of the brig "Alliance," 
of 1 5 5 tons, of Kennebunk, and at another time, it is thought, of 
the brig " Herschel," a vessel of the fashion of those days, hav- 
ing varnished "bright sides," and several painted stripes along 
the hull. 

On one occasion, when at home from sea, and visiting Limerick 
Academy, where his younger brother William was being educated, 
and also h\s fiafice, Miss Olive Jefferds, the cupola of the academy 
(which was situated upon a hill at the entrance to the village) was 
seen to be on fire, and among the foremost to climb to it and as- 
sist in extinguishing the flames was George Lord, the youthful 
sailor. 

In September, 18 17, having retired from the sea, Mr. Lord 
formed a partnership with his brother Ivory, doing a shipping 
business under the firm name of G. & I. Lord at Kennebunk 
Landing. He resided at Kennebunk Landing in a substantial 
two-storied white house directly opposite the ship-yard. The 
small vessels built by the two brothers, and in which other mem- 
bers of the family were also interested, were the brig " Vine," 
of 170 tons, launched in 1825 ; and in the years following, the 
brigs " York" and " Reward," of 267 and 140 tons respectively, 
and soon afterwards the brig " Hudson," of 291 tons. 



220 Biographical Sketches 

At the time of the election of Gen. Andrew Jackson to the 
presidenc)', many members of the Whig Party, to which George 
and Ivor}' belonged, feared that it foretold the ruin of the 
country's prosperity, and the brothers allowed their ship-yard 
to remain idle ; but as the trend of events did not indicate uni- 
versal misfortune, they took courage again, and laid the keel of 
the brig " Lima " in 1S30, in their yard, where it was first found 
necessar}- to mow a harvest of thistles, which had quite over- 
grown the premises during the period of inaction. Besides the 
above-named vessels Mr. Lord was principal owner in the early 
schooner "Beluga," brigs "Francis," "George," and " Ivor}- 
Lord," barques "Bohemia" and "Finland," and ships "York," 
" Riga," " Ancona," and " Henry Ware." 

In 1833 he began the construction of a dwelling at the in- 
creasing main village of Kennebunk, a mile or more above the 
place of his first residence. It had pillared piazzas and a balus- 
trade above the eaves, and within was a wide hall and drawing- 
rooms separated by sliding doors, then an innovation. A large 
ell attached to a broad barn with arch-finished front completed 
the set of buildings. 

A large horse-chestnut tree, white in its season with many 
blossoms, later shaded the side doorway, while honey-suckle 
\ines climbed the pillars of the porches. Within the kitchen 
stood a tall clock, ha\-ing above the dial the figure of a ship, as 
if sailing at sea, and which, slowly rocking to and fro, was the 
wonder of the children. This clock is now owned by his grand- 
son, Charles E. Lord. The walks from the house to the street 
were flagged. The house was made ready for the family's use 
the following year. Here Mr. Lord resided many years, con- 
tinuing to be interested in many vessels, and associate owner in 
later and larger ships than he and his brother had constructed, 
and which were managed by his son, George C. Lord. 

George Lord was a Free Mason, having joined York Lodge 
No. 22, Free and Accepted Masons, June 6, 18 14. He married 
April 22, 1 8 16, at Kennebunk, Olive Jefferds, daughter of Major 



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1823-1893 



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(MRS. GEORGE CLEMENT LORD) 

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William and Olive (Gilpatrick) Jefferds, and had seven children. 
After a long life, useful in church and society, he died October 
8, 1 861, at his home in Kennebunk, leaving a widow, and three 
sons, George Clement, Charles Howard and Edward Watts. 



George Clement Lord, son of George and Olive (Jefferds) 
Lord, 

Was born February 27, 1823, at Kennebunk, Me., at the Land- 
ing. Until sixteen years of age he attended the public schools 
of his native town, finishing his studies at Dummer Academy at 
Byfield, Mass., in 1838. In 1839 came to Boston and entered as 
a clerk in the dry-goods house of Holbrook, Bowman & Co., at 39 
Kilby Street, In 1843 he became a partner in the firm of 
Demond, Howe & Co., wholesale grocers at 24 Long Wharf, 
and lived at 26 Pearl Street until 1845, when he moved to 57 
High Street. In 1846 the firm name was changed to Howe 
& Lord. 

Though still a young man he displayed a special aptitude for 
business and successfully crossed the threshold of a career in 
which he became one of the substantial and respected merchants 
of Boston. In 1847 he formed with his brother, Charles H. 
Lord, the firm of George C. Lord & Co., which for many years 
was largely engaged in the shipping business, and built and 
managed a fleet of vessels which found their way into the waters 
of every sea. 

In May, 1846, he purchased a house at 13 Edinboro Street, 
and on September 22d of that year (1846) married at Boston, 
his cousin Marion Ruthven Waterston, daughter of Robert and 
Hephzibah (Lord) Waterston. 

In October, 1848, he moved his family from 13 Edinboro 
Street, Boston, to Newton, residing at that time on the north- 
erly side of Waban Park. In April, 1861, he moved to the 
westerly slope of Nonantum Hill, where his estate comprised 



222 Biographical Sketches 

very nearly the entire square bounded by Franklin, Park and 
Sargent Streets and Waverly Avenue. 

About 1865 he was elected President of the New England 
Mutual Fire & Marine Insurance Co., and until 1881 devoted 
himself to its service. In 1866 he became a director of the 
Boston & Maine Railroad, in 1880 Vice- President, and in 1881 
President, — a position he held for eight years, in which time 
the mileage of road operated increased from 202 to 12 10, the 
number of passengers carried from 5,325,000 to 28,719,000, the 
employees from 1,763 to 9,769, and dividends were paid to the 
amount of $4,865,000. During his term of office as Director 
and President, the extension of the Boston & Maine Railroad 
was built from South Berwick to Portland, and the Eastern 
Railroad and Boston & Lowell Railroad were merged into the 
Boston & Maine. 

He always felt a deep interest in the welfare of Newton, as- 
sisting in the formation and aiding in the support of the Free 
Public Library, and was especially earnest and liberal as a mem- 
ber of the Channing (Unitarian) Church. He was chairman of 
the building committee of the first meeting-house erected in 
1856 on Washington Street, Newton, and also of the present 
edifice erected in 1881, and for many years was chairman of its 
standing committee. For several years he was one of the Sink- 
ing Fund Commissioners of Newton. 

At the time of his death he was a Director of the Second 
National Bank of Boston, the Boston Safe Deposit and Trust 
Co., the American Loan and Trust Co., the John Hancock Mu- 
tual Life Insurance Co., the Worcester, Nashua & Rochester 
Railroad, the York Harbor & Beach Railroad, and the Newton 
& Watertown Gas Light Co. 

He passed away at his home on Waverly Avenue, Newton, 
February 23, 1893, leaving a widow, and two sons and a daugh- 
ter : Robert Waterston Lord, Charles Edward Lord, and Marion 
Ruthven Lord. 



LUCY LORD HAYES 

(MRS. CHARLES HOWARD LORD) 
1826-1899 



CHARLES HOWARD LORD 

1825-1892 



"HE NEW YORK 
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Biographical Sketches 223 

Charles Howard Lord, son of George and Olive (Jefferds) 
Lord, 

Was born January 20, 1825, at Kennebunk. He was edu- 
cated at the academy at Kennebunk, and was at Phillips Acad- 
emy at Andover, in the class of 1843. 

In 1845 he entered the employ of Burns, Halliburton & Co., 
commission merchants, at 26 Broadway, New York, and resided 
at 85 Broadway. Here he remained until 1848, with the excep- 
tion of some months spent abroad, when he returned to Boston 
and with his brother, George Clement Lord, formed the firm of 
George C. Lord & Co., commission merchants, owning and man- 
aging owners of many vessels in " long voyage business," with 
an office at 73 Long Wharf. He lived with his brother at 13 
Edinboro Street. 

He married June 5, 1849, Lucy Lord Hayes, daughter of 
Joseph M. and Susannah (Wildes) Hayes of Saco. He resided 
at 13 Edinboro Street until 1852 (his brother having removed 
to Newton in the fall of 1848), and later he boarded at the 
United States Hotel. In September, 1853, he moved to New- 
ton, residing when at home on Waban Park, until 1 860. 

Together with Robert W. and Charles W. Lord he made a 
long stay in Europe, sailing from New York in the S. S. "Amer- 
ica," September 26, 1864, for England. The younger men 
returned in September, 1866, but Mr. Lord with his wife re- 
mained abroad another year, visiting Egypt with a party of 
friends, and going up the Nile as far as the second cataract. 

His brother, George C. Lord, becoming President of the New 
England Marine Insurance Co. in 1865, the firm of George C. 
Lord & Co. was dissolved. In 1869 Mr. Lord again entered 
into business under the old firm name of George C. Lord 
& Co., taking in as his partners Robert W. Lord and Charles 
W. Lord, and continuing in the same line of business as 
before. 

He resided at that time and until his decease at the corner of 
Park and Franklin Streets, Newton. Being more or less an in- 



2 24 Biograp]iical Sketches 

valid, for the greater part of his life he spent most of his winters 
in the south of this country and Europe, going as far west as 
the Hawaiian Islands, and as far east as the Holy Land. 
He died at Newton, January 6, 1892. 



Robert Waterston Lord, son of George Clement and Marion 
Ruthven (Waterston) Lord, 

Was born December 23, 1847, at Boston, and attended the 
Allen School at West Newton, graduating in 1863. 

In company with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
H. Lord, and his half cousin, Charles W. Lord, he sailed from 
New York, September 26, 1864, on the S. S. "American" for 
Southampton, Eng., and spent the next two years travelling 
about Europe, visiting Spain, Paris, Switzerland, Holland, 
Algiers, Sicily, Italy, Vienna, and Southern France, as well as 
Great Britain. 

Returning home in 1866, he entered the employ of J. Henry 
Sears & Co., ship brokers, at 92 State Street, in 1867, where he 
remained until January i, 1869, when he joined Charles H. Lord 
and Charles W. Lord in forming the new firm of George C. Lord 
& Co., at Merchants Exchange, 5 3 State Street, managing own- 
ers of vessels in foreign trade. 

In 1874 he made a short visit to England and Wales on busi- 
ness, and later, in the summer of 1881^ he made still another 
trip abroad with his wife. 

He married September 22, 1875, at Brookline, Mass., Ella 
Bowman Green, daughter of Rear Admiral Joseph Foster and 
Ruth (Bowman) Green, and moved into his house, then on Cabot 
Street, Newton, in January, 1876. He was much interested in 
farming and kept quite a number of cows until his removal to 
Boston in the spring of 1887, where he resided at the corner of 
St. Stephen and Gainsborough Streets, until November, 1899, 
when he removed to 405 Marlboro' Street. 



ROBERT WATERSTON LORD 

(SON OF GEORGE CLEMENT LORD) 

1847-1908) 



MARION RUTHVEN LORD 

1649-1910 



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Biographical Sketches 225 

He took a trip through the Southern States including Florida, 
in the spring of 1896, and in 1902, together with his wife and 
friends sailed for Europe, visiting ports on the Mediterranean. 

His interest in farming led him to spend most of the summers 
in his later years on the family estate, "The Elms," at Wells, 
Me., where he enjoyed raising a large herd of Guernseys. 

The decline of American shipping during the '80s led to the 
sale of the vessels managed by George C. Lord & Co., and that 
firm went out of business in 1892. He had previously become 
interested in the sale of the land of the West End Land Co., 
and now added to that the charge of houses and estates. The 
Beacon Street Boulevard through Brookline, was built about 
1888 under his supervision. 

In the autumn of 1903 he took up his residence at 357 Marl- 
boro' Street, where he lived until within a few months of his 
death, which occurred at the house of his brother at Newton, 
Mass., August 27, 1908. His wife, Ella G. Lord, died at Bos- 
ton, March 25, 1904. 

He was a member of the Exchange, Economic, and Oakley 
Country Clubs ; the Boston Real Estate Exchange, American 
Guernsey Cattle Club, Sons of the American Revolution, Presi- 
dent of the Simpson's Patent Dry Dock Co., at East Boston, a 
Director of the India Mutual Insurance Co., and a Trustee of 
the Mariners' House. 



Ivory Lord, second son of Lieut. Tobias and Hephzibah 
(Conant) Lord, 
Was born February i, 1794, at Kennebunk, Me, After the 
removal of his father to the town of Alfred, Me., Ivory and his 
younger brother William received their elementary education 
from the pastor of the town. Later he followed the sea for a 
number of years, his voyages being principally to the West 
Indies, with which islands New England carried on an extensive 
trade, it being the period of its marked commercial development. 



226 Biographical Sketches 

In 1 815, while yet a young man, he became master of the brig 
"Favorite," of 131 tons, and in the year following of the ship 
" Hcbrus," of 346 tons, which was a good-sized vessel for the 
times. 

While engaged with his brother George in ship-building sub- 
sequent to 1825, he lived in the three-storied house that his 
father had built at Kennebunk Landing, and the red store 
building, also built by his father, was occupied by them for 
trade. Here groceries and tobacco were sold, the ship carpen- 
ters often taking a part of their wages in supplies. In the 
counting-room of the store they were accustomed to gather 
about the open fireplace, when at leisure, and relate their exper- 
iences as their predecessors had done at a somewhat earlier 
period, when the Napoleonic wars in Europe were creating so 
much of a sensation in the world. Directly after his brother 
George began the construction of his new house at Kennebunk 
village. Ivory also commenced to build on land adjoining his 
brother's, and constructed a large house and barn, with garden 
and orchard as well. 

Ivory Lord married ist, June 23, 18 18, Louisa McCulloch, 
and as his second wife, June 6, 1843, Mrs. Olive L. (Bourne) 
Emerson. 

In personal appearance he was considered to resemble his 
father, the energetic Lieut. Lord of the Revolutionary period, 
more nearly than did any other of his descendants. He died 
August 16, 1868, at Kennebunk, at the age of 74, leaving be- 
sides his widow and her two sons, two daughters, Louisa and 
Olive, and two sons, William Francis and John Adams, the chil- 
dren of his first wife Louisa. 



William Francis Lord, eldest son of Capt. Ivory Lord, 

Was born February 26, 1821, at Kennebunk, and died there 
December 20, 1883. He married June 4, 1844, at Kennebunk, 
Qlive Matilda Porter, daughter of Horace and Lavina (Fisher) 



IVORY LORD 

1794-1868 



OLIVE LEIGHTON BOURNE 

(MRS. WILLIAM SAMUEL EMERSON) 

(MRS. IVORY LORD) 

1805-1894 



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Porter. She was born March 27, 1823, at Kennebimk, and died 
there January 22, 1890. 

When a young man he engaged in the dry goods business in 
Kennebunk, and afterwards in the insurance business. He was 
a very helpful member of the Unitarian Parish, and was the first 
librarian of the Parish Library. 



John Adams Lord, son of Ivory and Louisa (McCulloch) Lord, 

Was born October 28, 1827, in the large three-story house 
built by his grandfather, Lieut. Tobias Lord, on the bank of the 
river at Kennebunk Landing in 1 790, and occupied by his father, 
Ivory Lord, from the time of his marriage in 18 18 until he re- 
moved with his family in 1834 to the house which he had built 
on Summer Street, at the upper village. 

As a boy Mr. Lord attended the village schools, completing 
his studies at the Yarmouth Academy. In 1848 he made a 
voyage in the "Henry Ware," Capt. William Williams, to New 
Orleans and from thence to Liverpool. Two years later he took 
a second trip with Capt. Noah Nason, going around the world, 
spending considerable time at Calcutta and arriving at San Fran- 
cisco in the early days of the "Gold Fever." 

He married January 18, 1852, at Kennebunk, Lucy Amanda 
Warren, daughter of Alexander and Lucy (Kelly) Warren. 

For a few years he occupied the house on Summer Street op- 
posite the head of Elm Street, moving from there to a house 
then standing where is now the residence of Hartley Lord. 
About 1855-56 he built the house opposite his father's, where 
he lives at a ripe old age with his daughter, Kate Mears Lord. 

Following his sea-faring life he became interested with others 
in the management of a mill for the manufacture of cotton yarns, 
batting, etc., located on the northerly side of the bridge crossing 
the Mousam River in the village. For many years past his time 
and attention have been given to his garden and farm. 



228 Biograpliical Sketches 

Hercules M. Hayes, 

Was born in 1790, at Dover, N. H,, and at quite an early age 
entered the store of Waterston & Pray at Kennebunk, going 
with them to Boston in 18 16, and becoming a member of the 
firm of Waterston, Pray & Co., in 181 8. 

He married September 10, 18 18, at Kennebunk, Lucy Lord, 
daughter of Lieut. Tobias and Hephzibah (Conant) Lord. 

Removing to New York in 1830, he became associated with 
the house of Burns, HalHburton & Co., and continued to reside 
in that city with the exception of one short interval (1839-41 
when he was in Boston with Waterston, Pray & Co.) until his 
decease March 11, 1853. PVom the time of the death of his 
wife, November 6, 1823, he lived a singularly solitary life until 
his death. 

While in New York he resided at 39 Broadway, and was con- 
nected with the First Congregational Church. 



William Lord, the third son of Lieut. Tobias and Hephzibah 
(Conant) Lord, 

Was born July 3, 1799, at Kennebunk Landing, Me., in the 
large three-storied house built by his father. In the parchment- 
covered book kept by the Rev. Daniel Little, and still preserved 
by the First Parish Congregational Society of Kennebunk, may 
be seen the record of his baptism. As a youth he shared in all 
of the sports of the boys of his neighborhood, with flint-locked 
gun in hand looking for game, gathering chips for the great 
chimney oven, or listening to stories of the Indians from his 
elders. Young William attended school at the Landing, the 
teacher being Hugh McCulloch, a stern disciplinarian. 

Quite early in the century his father, to escape the cares of 
a life of exacting business, had begun the building of another 
house at Alfred, Me. Having reached an age when he could 
safely be sent away from home to school, William attended Lim- 
erick Academy, some miles above the town of Alfred. His 



WILLIAM LORD 

1799-1873 



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(Later of Robert Waterston Lord) 

SUMMER STREET 

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Biographical Sketches 229 

boarding place was a large three-storied house near the academy, 
which still occupies its original site and is now used as a hotel. 

William's sister, Hephzibah, had married Robert Waterston, 
a young merchant newly arrived from Scotland, who presently 
opened a shop in Kennebunk ; William was his clerk for a while, 
and when Mr. Waterston removed to Boston for a wider field of 
business venture, young William followed him there, living in his 
sister's home. Later he boarded at Charlestown, still acting as 
one of the clerks in Mr. Waterston's store. Some time after 
this he attended Thornton Academy, in Saco, an institution 
which stood where the present Unitarian Church Vestry does 
now, in that town. 

Mr. Lord married October 23, 1820, at Biddeford, Sarah 
Cleaves, daughter of David and Sarah (Fairfield) Cleaves. 

His business career now began, and the role of merchant then 
offering inducements because of the development of the country, 
he opened a store in company with Mr. Henry Kingsbury, in the 
building at the corner of Green Lane and Main Street. At that 
time he occupied a house on Main Street, and there his eldest 
child, Sarah Cleaves Lord, was born in 182 1. 

In 1824 he purchased the large house which had been built 
by Judge Jonas Clark on the eminence afterwards known as Zion's 
Hill, Mr. Lord built there the long face-stone wall surmounted 
by a rail with iron standards, and planted Lombardy poplars. 

In 1825 he built the substantial brick store building still 
standing on Main Street, nearly opposite the Unitarian Church. 
Mr. Lord occupied the store until 1 840, and as merchants from 
Kennebunk had to visit Boston by stage or in their own convey- 
ance during this period, he once drove from Kennebunk to the 
Eastern Stage Tavern in a sleigh. Shortly after this he was 
interested for a time in a company for the manufacture of cotton 
cloth ; and later, in the baling and exporting of hay to New 
Orleans by the brig " Caroline " and other vessels. 

Through this latter business he became interested in shipping, 
becoming part owner of the brig " Swiss Boy" and ship " Neva," 



230 Biographical Sketches 

the second "Neva" and the bark "Finland." Later, he had 
constructed the more modern ship "Hartley," — which was com- 
manded by his son, Capt. Hartley Lord, who was given an in- 
terest in the ship, — and the large ship " Windermere," first 
commanded by Mr. Lord's son, Capt. Daniel Cleaves Lord, then 
under twenty-four years of age. Afterwards Mr. Lord had 
major interests in the ships "Arno," "Sorrento" and "Chelten- 
ham," which were under the business management of his son, 
Hartley Lord, who had now become a successful commission 
merchant of Boston. During this time Mr. Lord was also a 
director of the York Bank in Saco, and purchased and improved 
factory property comprising mill privileges, buildings, and many 
acres of land and standing pine timber of a century's growth. 
He also acquired the extensive Cousens farm of 100 acres, in 
the upper part of the town. These latter interests were super- 
vised and generally cared for by his son Robert Waterston Lord. 

An ardent Whig as to politics and later affiliated with the 
Republican party, Mr. Lord participated in the early presidential 
campaigns and saw his country safely through its great struggle 
for National unity. 

In the interests of the community he was an active member 
of the " Sons of Temperance," and, associated with three other 
gentlemen, purchased the large three-storied Jefferds' Tavern on 
the hill, a land-mark of the town, for the purpose of staying its 
dilapidation and perversion of use, and which remains to-day the 
hotel of the place. 

He died November 2, 1873, at Kennebunk, leaving seven 
children. 



Hartley Lord, second son of William and Sarah (Cleaves) 

Lord, 

Was born June 23, 1825, at Kennebunk, Me., the day that 

Lafayette, then the guest of the nation, passed through the town 

on his way to Portland. In his early youth Hartley Lord at- 



HARTLEY LORD 
1825-1912 



Biographical Sketches 231 

tended the schools and academy of Kennebunk. Later he was 
sent to Dummer Academy at Byfield, Mass., then to Nashua, 
N. H., and his studies were finished at Phillips Academy at 
Andover, Mass., in 1842-43. 

After leaving school he went as passenger on voyages of 
barques owned by his family, — the "Finland" to New Orleans, 
and the " Bohemian " to Havana. Thus becoming interested in 
the life, he followed the sea for eight years, as first officer of the 
*' Diantha," and then as master of the ship " Hartley," built ex- 
pressly for his command by his father. 

August 29, 1848, Hartley Lord married at Kennebunk, Sarah 
Elizabeth Hilton, daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Ann (Foss) 
Hilton. In December of the same year he formed a partnership 
with Mr. George Callender of Boston, and for nine years the 
firm engaged in business as commission merchants with an office 
at 42 Central Wharf. He then went into business for himself, 
moving to 97 Commercial Street, and managed shipping largely 
owned in Kennebunk, and by the Lord family. 

In December, 1850, he purchased a house on Walnut Park 
in Newton, where he lived until 1869, when he moved into 
Boston. 

His brother Henry Clay Lord joined him in 1861 under the 
firm name of Hartley Lord & Co., doing a commission business, 
first at 97 Commercial Street and afterwards at 12 Merchants 
Exchange on State Street, until 1866. 

In 1867 Mr. Lord became interested in the manufacture of 
nets and seines, and associated with his brothers Robert W. and 
George W., under the firm name of H. & G. W. Lord, gradually 
enlarged this industry. 

November 11, 1874, he married at Kennebunkport, as his 
second wife, Julia Maria Perkins, daughter of Charles C. Per- 
kins, and soon afterwards moved from Boston to Kennebunk, 
where he became interested in developing the seashore property 
of Kennebunk and Kennebunkport. 

He died November 6, 191 2, at Kennebunk, aged 87 years. 



232 Biographical Sketches 

Robert Waterston Lord, third son of William and Sarah 
(Cleaves) Lord, 

Was born April 14, 1828, at Kennebunk. From the North 
Yarmouth (Maine) Academy he entered Bowdoin College, but 
withdrew at the end of his sophomore year to begin the study 
of mechanics upon practical lines, learning the machinist trade 
and working in cotton manufacturing plants at Gloucester City, 
N. J., and Holyoke, Mass. 

In 1 849 the California " Gold Fever " took him to the Pacific 
coast, where he remained six years and returning to Kennebunk, 
he studied carefully the industrial outlook of the locality with a 
view of entering that field of usefulness. In i860, he and his 
brother, George W. Lord, engaged in the manufacture of twine, 
equipping a mill for that purpose at West Kennebunk under the 
firm name of R. W. Lord & Co., and laying the foundation of 
what proved to be a profitable business. Purchasing the inter- 
est of George W. Lord, the following year, his brother Hartley 
joined him in the same business, and in 1867 George W. again 
became a partner. The same year Robert W. became associ- 
ated with the firm of H. & G. W. Lord of Boston, operating a 
twine and netting manufacturing plant in connection with the 
West Kennebunk factory. This business was carried on for 
more than forty-five years, when they disposed of both manu- 
factories. 

In 1877, Robert W. Lord became a director of the Ocean 
National Bank of Kennebunk, and from 1893 to the present 
time has served as its President. He has also been trustee of 
the Savings Bank, which position he still holds. He was Presi- 
dent of this bank a number of years. He served in several civic 
and political offices and represented his district in the State 
Legislature at Augusta, for the years 1877-82-87, and in 1891 
was a member of the State Senate. He is a Unitarian, a Re- 
publican, a Master Mason and a member of York Lodge. 

On December 8, 1857, Mr. Lord was married to Mary Morse 
Mendum, daughter of Samuel and Mary (Kelly) Mendum of 



Biographical Sketches 233 

Kennebunk. They had three daughters : Sarah C. who married 
Edwin J. Cram ; EHzabeth C. who married Archibald Finlayson ; 
and Frances A. who married Augustus M. Lord. 



Henry Clay Lord, son of William and Sarah (Cleaves) Lord, 

Was born May 31, 1836, at Kennebunk. He went to Boston 
in 1856, and became a clerk in the house of George Callender & 
Co., commission merchants, at 43 Central Wharf, living at this 
time in Newton. 

In 1 86 1 he joined his brother Hartley, and under the firm 
name of Hartley Lord & Co., engaged in a commission business, 
first at 97 Commercial Street, and later at 12 Merchants Ex- 
change on State Street, until 1866. 

He married March 18, 1863, at Boston, Rebecca Jane Green- 
leaf, daughter of Gardner and Rebecca Jane (Douglas) Green- 
leaf. Soon after his marriage he spent some time in England 
and on the Continent, looking after the interests of owners of 
American ships which had been seized by Confederate privateers. 
He was very successful in this mission. 

In 1869 he became a member of the firm of Hoi den, Allen & 
Lord, which later became Allen & Lord, insurance brokers. His 
home in Boston was at 10 Pinckney Street, then one of the 
pleasant residential streets of old Beacon Hill. 

His wife died May 16, 1877, at Boston, and in 1879 he retired 
from active business, and some years later being in poor health 
moved to Vermont, where he made his home during the latter 
part of his life. 

He died December 3, 1901, at St. Johnsbury. 



234 Military and Other Public Services of Ancestors 



THE MILITARY AND OTHER PUBLIC SERVICES 
OF ANCESTORS. 

BoREMAN (Boardman), Thomas, 1601-1673, Ipswich, Mass. 
Representative to General Court, 1636. 



Brewster, Elder William, i 567-1644, Plymouth, Mass. 

The spiritual leader and Ruling Elder of the Pilgrims. In 
1636 he was a member of a committee to revise the laws of the 
Colony. 

CoNANT, Governor Roger, i 592-1679, Beverly, Mass. 

Governor of the Massachusetts Colony at Cape Ann, 1624-26, 
and at Salem, 1627-28, Deputy to the General Court, 1634. 



CoNANT, Lieutenant Daniel, 1694-175 i, Beverly, Mass. 

Representative to General Court, 1749-50. Lieutenant of 
the Beverly Company. 

CoNANT, John, 1652-1724, Beverly, Mass. 

In Capt. Samuel Appletdn's Company, King Philip's War, 
1675-76. 

Dodge, William, between 1685 and 1692, Salem, Mass. 

Deputy to General Court from Beverly for four weeks in 1682. 



Dodge, Captain William, 1640- 1720/21, Beverly, Mass. 

Served against the Narragansetts in 1675. Selectman of 
Beverly, 1684. Representative to General Court from Beverly, 
1690. 

Freeman, Edmund, i 590-1682, Sandwich, Plymouth Colony. 

Assistant, 1640-46. Member of the Council of War, 1642. 
Deputy to the General Gourt, 1646. 



Military and Other Public Services of Ancestors 235 

Freeman, Lieutenant Edmund, i 657-171 7, Eastham, Mass. 
Commissioned Lieutenant of Militia. 



Freeman, Major John, 1621-1719, Sandwich and Eastham, 

Mass. 

Ensign at Eastham, 1655. He also served as Governor's 
Assistant under Prence, Winslow and Hinckley. Deputy to 
General Court in 1656 and again under the title of Lieutenant 
from 1661-66. Member of the Council of War, 166^-^6, and 
as Captain was sent against the Indians at Taunton, Mass., in 
1675, King Philip's War. He was commissioned Major Com- 
mandant and led the expedition against the Indians at Saconet 
in 1677. Major of the Barnstable County troops in 1685. 



Hale, Ensign Robert, 1659, Charlestown, Mass. 

Ensign of the Charlestown train-band, 1644-59. Member of 
the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1644. 



Hill, Peter, 1667, Saco, Me. 

Member of the Assembly of Ligonia in 1648. 



Hill, Joseph, 1670-1743. 

Served as Lieutenant under his brother, Captain John Hill, 
at Saco Fort. Was Collector of Customs. Representative to 
General Court, 1727. Collector of the Excise, 1734. 



Hinckley, Governor Thomas, 1618-1705, Barnstable, Plymouth 
Colony, 
Deputy to the General Court, 1646, '48, '49, '54, '55. Gov- 
ernor's Assistant, 1658-80. Commissioner for the United Col- 
onies, 1678-92. Deputy Governor, 1680. Governor of the 
Plymouth Colony, 168 1, and except during the interruption to 
the government caused by the appointment of Sir Edmund 
Andros, he held that office until 1692. Councillor of the Prov- 
ince of Massachusetts Bay, 1686. Member of the Council under 



236 Military and Other Public Services of Ancestors 

Governor Anclros, 1687. Commissioner from the PlynKnith 
Colony for the management of the mihtary forces against King 
Philip, 1675-76. Present at the Great Swamp Fight. 



Larkin, Edward, 1652, Charlestown, Mass. 

Member of Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1644. 



LiTTLEFiELD, Edmund, 1661, Wells, Me. 

Appointed by the Governor of Massachusetts, Agent for the 
sale of ardent spirits in Wells. Was one of Committee for set- 
tling boundary between Wells and Cape Porpoise. Commis- 
sioner to try small cases, elected by the people for 1654, '55, 
'58, '60, and '61. Agent of Gorges to give possession of sale to 
settlers. 

Littlefield, Francis, Jr., 163 1 . 



Appointed Ensign in York Regiment King Philip's War, 
1668. 

Lord, Captain Tobias, 1724- 1809, Wells (Arundel). 

Delegate from Arundel to County Congress at York, 1773. 
Lieutenant of Company of Militia, 1775. On Sea Coast De- 
fence muster rolls with rank of Captain in York County Com- 
pany, 1776, serving at Falmouth Neck. One of the Committee 
of Safety, 1778. Selectman of Arundel, 1780. 



Lord, Lieutenant Tobias, 1748/49-1808, Kennebunk. 

Second Lieutenant, Capt. Morgan Lewis' Company, Colonel 
Sayer's First York County Regiment, June 25, 1776. Lieuten- 
ant, Capt. James Littlefield's Company, Colonel Stevens's Regi- 
ment, August 14, 1777; chosen to command Battalion drafted 
from York County Brigade, August 9, 1777 ; served with North- 
ern Army ; at capture of Burgoyne's Army ; discharged at 
Quernan's Landing, October 23, 1777, being in the Revolution- 
ary service nearly three years. 



Military and Other Public Services of Ancestors 237 

Low, Deacon Thomas, 1632-17 12, Ipswich, Mass. 
Served in King Philip's War. 



Mansfield, Andrew, 1623-1683, Lynn, Mass. 
Deputy to General Court, 1680-83. 



Prence, Governor Thomas, 1600-1673, Plymouth. 

Governor of the Plymouth Colony, 1634, 38, 1657-73. -As- 
sistant, 1632, 1635-37, 1639-56. Treasurer, Plymouth Colony, 
1637-40. Member of the Council of War, 1637, '42, '43, '46, 
'53. President of the Council of War, 1657, '5^, '^7, and as a 
member " went forth " against the Pequot Indians, 1637. Com- 
missioner for the United Colonies, 1645, '50, '53, '63, '70-73. 



Raymond, Captain William, 1637 , Beverly, Mass. 

In Narragansett Fight, 1675. Lieut.-Commander of Beverly 
and Wenham Troops, 1683. Deputy to General Court, 1685- 
86. Commanded a Company in Canada Expedition, 1690, under 
Sir William Phipps. 

Scammon, Humphrey, 1640-1727, Saco, Me. 

Served in King Philip's War and was captured by the Indians 
in 1697 and carried to Canada, where he remained until the 
close of that War. 

Tozier, Richard, 1675, Kittery, Me. 

Served under Col. John Wincall in King Philip's War. Killed 
by the Indians October 16, 1675. 



Wheelwright, Rev. John, i 592-1679. 

First minister at Wells, 1643-45, and minister at Hampton, 
1646-57, and after his return from England was pastor at Salis- 
bury, 1660-79. 



238 Military mid Other Public Services of Ancestors 

Wheelwright, Colonel John, 1664- 1745, Wells. 

Served under Major John Converse and was made respectively 
Lieutenant, Captain, Major, and in 1733, Colonel. Was at Pem- 
aquid, Sheepscot, Trebonit and Fort Mary on the Saco River. 
Town Clerk of Wells for forty years and one of the Selectmen, 
Deputy to General Court of Massachusetts in 1742. Member of 
the Council, 1708-33. Commissioner to the Indians, 1714-41. 



Wheelwright, Captain Samuel, 1635 , Wells. 

Clerk of the Writs and Town Clerk, 1 665-1 694. Member 
Massachusetts Council for the Province of Maine, 1695-98. 
Was appointed Lieutenant in the Militia, 1665. Selectman of 
Wells, 1670. Appointed on Committee to petition the King "for 
further settlement under the Bay Government," 1676. County 
Treasurer, 1676. Representative at the General Court for York 
and Wells, 1677. Appointed by King Charles II one of the 
Provincial Council for Maine in 168 1. Appointed Judge of 
Probate and Judge of the Court of Common Pleas by William 
and Mary, 1689. 



Woodbury, John, i 579-1641, Salem, Mass. 

Deputy to General Court, 1635-39. Selectman of Salem, 
1637-41. Chosen first and only Lord High Constable in Amer- 
ica, 1630. One of the Raters in Salem to levy taxes, 1638-39. 
Treasurer, town of Salem, 1639-40. 



Woodbury, Lieutenant Peter, 1640- 1704, Beverly, Mass. 

Deputy to General Court, 1689, 1692. Sergeant, 1685. Bore 
the title of Lieutenant in 1689 in Provincial Records. Select- 
man of Beverly, 1675-84. 



WILLS 



KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS ; Tliat 

weToB,.„Lo.^,^V,LU.MJ.^,.K,., j„,„„ m„„„^ ^,,^^,^,^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^ 
J *con r, ,„ . ., . Conm,i,te« duly chofca by the Second Parift, in Welk, i„ ,he coumy of 
Vo k, :.,,H, C<„„™on.caIch of Waff.chufeus, for Peering and enlarging the meeting-houfa 
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.' """^ Tw^^Xy dollars, paid U3, for the rfe of faidParifh, by 'Jo-^i^^a r^^>^ ^ 

— - of raid Well.. ^■'^^--^-^-•^ the receipt whereof we do hereby 

■ "^'■'^''y "'^^ Srant, fell, and convey unto the raid \f/rti-<^ 



I'crei' : 



To H;(VE i^D ro HOLD the faid granted premifes to him the faid ;>^-^^ 
fiM,eir. and affig.u forever. And. we do covenant, in onr faid capacity. «,,h ,h, r.. 
h.s ncri and afligns, that wc have good right to fell and convey 
.»eraidpren,ife.,o bin, the raid 'TWi.W — . ,f„„„i,. ,„, „^, .^ 
behair of raid Pa^n,, i„ „„, ^id capacity, we will warrant and defend the laid pre„,ire/ to 
rte raid :7>^^ ,i, ,.,.^3 ,„, ^^g„^^ ^^^.^^ ^^^ ,^^^^_ ^,^.^^ ^^_^_^ ^^^^^^^^ 

'"f'J'-iiki.:^..,.^:^ int ik^f^ni tigit hundred arti J-i^2'.y 

Signed, fcalcd, and delivered ■ , "^ - , ,/ 

in prcreiice of 



llien ihcnamtdCommueet <ii I,ai^r 

'U^-x^/l'/lC,^ 7nr. />«,,. 




WILLS 



WILL OF NATHAN LORD, 2d 



In the name of God, Amen. I, Nathan Lord Senior, of Berwick, 
in the County of York, in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, in 
New England, being weak in body, but of perfect mind and memory, 
thanks be unto God, Therefore calhng into mind the mortallity of my 
body, And knowing that it is appointed for all men once to Dye, Do 
make and ordain this my last will and Testament (that is to say) 
Principally and first of all I give and recommend my Soul into the 
hands of God who gave it, Trusting in the merits of Jesus Christ 
for the pardon of all my Sins, and Eternal Life, 'And my body I 
recommend to the Earth to be Decently Interred at the Discretion of 
my Exers. hereafter named, nothing Doubting but at the Gen'l. Res- 
urrection I shall receive the Same again by y^ mighty power of God, 
And as touching such Worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God 
to bless me in this life, I give, Demise, and Dispose of the same in 
the following manner and Form. 

I give and Bequeath to my well beloved Wife, Martha, one-half of 
my Real Estate During her Natural life, and the one-halfe of my Per- 
sonal Estate forever to be disposed of by her Will or other Instru- 
ment in writing as she sees meet. 

I give and bequeath to my son Nathan all of my land on the South 
side of the way that leads to York, called y^ great Field with all 
Buildings, Trees, Fences, and all the appurtenances thereto belong- 
ing, to him, his heirs, and assigns forever, excepting one Acre next 
to Joseph Hodsdins Land by the brook which I reserve for a burying 



242 JVi//s 

place with Liberty of Egress and Regress forever, and excepting also 
that the Spring in said Field by the highway shall be common to y^ 
rest of my Children that may have occasion to use it. 

I Give and bequeath to my son William, all my right, Title, Inter- 
est, Claim, and Demand, to and in the Land that was my brother 
Abraliam Lord's, formerly of Berwick, Deceased, and after him was 
my Cozen William Lord's & ct. and on part of which Robert Knight 
Senr. who married my sd brother's Widow, now lives &c. to him, his 
heirs, and assigns forever. Together with five pounds in good prov- 
ince Bills of Credit to be paid within a Twelve month after my De- 
cease by my Execrs. 

I give and bequeath to my son Richard Twenty acres of land at 
Pile's brook, to him, his heirs, and assigns forever, Five pounds in 
Good, publick bills of Credit, to be paid within a Twelve month after 
my Decease by my Execrs. 

1 have done considerably for him in the purchase he has made. 

I give and bequeath to my son Samuel for whom I have done con- 
siderably already, Two acres and haKe of marsh at Sturgeon Creek 
which is now in his Improvement. To him, his heirs, and assigns for- 
ever, And also five pounds in good Public bills of Credit to be paid 
him within a Twelve month after my decease Together with all that 
Land that lies to the Southward of the brook that runs through the 
Land I bought of the Grants and is a part of that Tract and which 
he has Improved for sometime, to him, his Heirs, and Assigns forever. 

I give and bequeath to my son John all that land now in his Tenure 
and occupation where he lives which I formerly bought of Silvanus 
Nock and contains Twent}- five acres Be it more or less with all the 
appurtainces, to him, his Heirs, and Assigns forever, also my Wood 
Lot part of the land I bought of the Grants & lyes next adjoining to 
his own land which he bought of Mr, Emery, to him, his Heirs, and 
Assigns Forever, Provided he leave a way for his Bretheren to pass 
to and from their own land in said Tracts, & provided he pay Fifteen 
pounds in good publick bills of Credit to my Executr. within a Twelve 
month after my Decease. 

I give my son Abraham all the land on the North side of the 
Highway where he now lives with all Buildings, Trees, Fences, and 
all the appurtainces to the Same belonging to him, his heirs, and 
assigns forever. 



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I give to and among my sons, Nathan, William, Richard, Samuel, 
John, and Abraham, all my Right to and in the Common and undi- 
vided Land in Berwick aforesd, to them, their heirs, and assigns 
forever. 

I give and bequeath to my Daughters, Martha Chick, Judith Ham- 
bleton, Mary Emery, Sarah Roberts, and Ann Furbuish, Twent}' 
pounds each, in good Publick bills of Credit, to be paid them Re- 
spectively, or their Representatives in the Law within a Twelve 
month of my Decease by my Executr, And I give also to my said 
Daughters one-halfe of my household goods to be equally Divided 
amongst them after my decease. 

I give and bequeath to my grand Daughter, Elizth, the wife of 
Noah Emery, Five pounds in good Publick bills of Credit to be paid 
by my Executors within a Twelve month after my Decease. 

I give to the Church in Berwick Twenty pounds in good publick 
bills of Credit to be Laid out in a piece of Plate for the Communion 
Table to be paid by my Executors within a Twelve month after my 
Decease. 

I give to my Minister a Gold ring to Remember me by after my 
Decease. 

Finally I constitute, make and ordain my sons, Nathan and Abra- 
ham (To whom I give and Bequeath the Remainder of my Estate, 
Both Real and personal to them, their Heirs, and Assigns forever) 
to be the Executors of this, my last Will and Testament, hereby 
Utterly Disallowing Revoking, and Disannuling all and Every other 
Former Testaments, Wills, Legacies, and Bequests, & Executrs by 
me in any ways before Framed, Willed, and Bequeathed. Ratifying 
and Confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament. 

In witness whereof I have hereto set my hand and seal the SLxth 
day of July, In the Seventli year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord 
George the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britian, France & 
Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith & ct. Annoque Domini 1733. 

Signed, Sealed, Published, pronounced, and Declared by the said 
Nathan Lord as his Last Will and Testament, in the presence of us 
the Subscribrs. 

Joseph Hodsdon 

Samuel Hodsdon NATHAN z LORD 

Richard Shackley '""'' 



244 Wi//s 



WILL OF JOHN LORD 

In the name of God, Amen. The 26th, Day of May, 1761, I, 
John Lord of Berwick, in the County of York, yeoman, being sick 
and infirm of body, but thro the Divine Goodness of Sound mind and 
memory, calling to mind the Frailty of my Nature and certainty of 
Death, as well as the uncertainty of the time when, Do make and 
ordain this to be my last will and Testament in which I recommend 
my Soul to God who gave, hoping to obtain the mercy of God thro. 
Jesus Christ, the only Mediator, and my Body to the Earth out of 
which it was taken, for decent Burial at the Discretion of my Execu- 
tors, and as to the worldly Estate it hath pleased God to bestow upon 
me, real and personal, I do hereby dispose of the same in the follow- 
ing manner viz : 

In the first place I give to Mary, my well beloved Wife, all and 
every of my Indoor moveables, to be by her improved as she shall 
have occasion during her natural life, except one feather bed and 
beding which I give to my son Thomas to be delivered him at my 
decease by my wife, and what remains of y^ moveables at her De- 
cease to be equally divided to and amongst my three sons, they tak- 
ing a proper care of her when sick, and decently to bury her when 
dead ; I likewise give her three cows such as she shall choose, and 
also a two-year old Heifer ; and the use of my horse and Saddle and 
Briddle during her life, and also the" Western lower Room in my 
House and the Eastern Chamber, and the Milk House and one-third 
of the Cellar with the privileges thereto belonging, and Barn Room 
enough for Creatures, and Hay convenient for the same, and pastur- 
ing in good order for the whole season out of what I give to my son 
John sufficient for the aforesaid creatures ; and also four sheep to be 
pastured as the other creatures. I also give her whilst she remains 
my widow the one-third part of the Produce of my Homestead of all 
kinds to be well managed by my son John, and brought in to her in 
the proper season thereof, and the privilege of a garden on my home 
lot four rods square where she sees cause to have the same with Priv- 
ilege of water and passing and repassing as she has occasion, but if 
my said wife should again marry my Will is that she shall have her 
thirds of my estate as the law directs, and manage the same at her 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
^Orft, ff- By the Court of Probate for the County of YorL 
<.•/./..■.■,, >':,-.. /.'.rj; , , _. Greeting. 

TRUSTING in your care :ind fidelity, this Court dcx-s, by thcfe prefents, 
purfuant tn the power and authority granted, in and by the liws ot fald 
CoHuaonweaUh, uu i iiimn' sairi appoint you to be Guardian unto c^^v- / y'. 

^o^:/ (/. •'/."- .<A^'.V' ;.,,.•;, ov.. .y,,.'....-^ ^ 

with full power and authority to afk, demand, fue for, recover, receive and 
take into your poffeffion and cuftody, all and fingular, fuch part and pfjrtioQ 
of eftatc, real and perfonal, as accrues to /<••>./■ in riglit of 7^.vV- late 
l,> /a\- . 'ju/^'i'.i^' y<:r^;^. '•. ,, . ///'•■ c^- . . 

deccafed ; or wliich by any other way or means whatfoevcr does of ri,t,'ht :if 
pertain, or belong to //te;'i. and to manage, employ, and improve the fani 
inr ''Meii> bcft profit and advantage.; and you are to render a plain, and In.u 
account of your Guardianfhip upon oath, fo far as tlie law wiH charge )i)U 
therewith, when you fhall be thereunto lawfully required, and pay, and deliver 
fuch, and fo much of the faid eftate as fhall be remaining upon your account, 
(the fame being firft examined and allowed by the Court of Probate for the 
time bring) unto the faid Minors, when ^A C-f fhall... ■-•■.{-'. .>.rrive at full 
age ; or otherwife, as the faid Court of Probate, by dtcr:-.- or tritcncc, pur- 
fuant to law, fhall limit and appoint. 

In teflimony whereof, the fignaturc and feal of the faid Court of Probate 
are hereunto affixed. Dated at , ///— V - t\iz //• ' " ^■'/ /" ■ '' 
day of '^(A'^-^^T ^ •■' \tl the yeai- of our Lord, one tbmfand c'l^ht 
hundred and ff %/t'^-' ■ /* 

, ■ / (I / , '' iW V, //RECtsTER- 



PUBUC LIBRARY 

ASTOR, LENOX AND^ 
TILD'-N FOUNDATlC.c 



Wills 245 

own charge. I also give her all my swine to her own use, and the 
half of my Pew in the meeting house for use during life, and my son 
John the other half thereof, and he to have the whole after his 
mother's Death, and my Will further is that she shall be entitled to 
y^ same proportion of my Income if I should die before Harvest at 
anytime as is before mentioned out of said Estate. I also give her 
out of what my son Thomas possesses viz. of his Homestead, one- 
sixth part of the Hay well made and brought into her barn aforesd 
by my said son Thomas, and one Barrell of Cyder every year, and a 
sixth part of the corn growing thereon, all in the season thereof, and 
her firewood to be cut and hauled her by my son John off my Wood 
lott. 

I give and bequeath unto my son John Lord one Cow and calf, a 
Heifer coming in two years old, and all the sheep not before disposed 
of, and all my other Creatures I give equally between my two sons, 
Thomas and Tobias, 

I give to my son Thomas Lord, his heirs and assigns in Fee Simple 
all that land on which he now dwells which I purchased of William 
Spencer with the Buildings and appurrenences, he rendering to my 
wife in the Season thereof what is before given her out of the same. 
I likewise give my said son Thomas in manner aforesd about twenty 
acres of land, more or less, in Berwick aforesd adjoining to Joseph 
Ricker, and Wm. Height of which he is to render nothing to his 
mother. 

I also give him one-half of my common Rights in Berwick aforesd, 
and one-half of my Rights in the fowling marsh as the same is or 
hereafter may be divided. 

I give to my son Tobias Lord, my Negro man, and all the money 
and other things he has heretofore received of me, and all or any 
receipts therefor to be given up to him, and also Ten pounds lawful 
money to be paid him by my son John within two years after my 
Decease. 

All the debts due to me I give equally to be divided between my 
three sons, they paying equally my Debts and funeral Charges. 

I give to my son John Lord, all my other estate, real and personal 
wherever and whatever to him, his Heirs, and Assigns in Fee Simple 
forever which is not before mentioned, he paying such Legacies as 
before mentioned for him to pay, and rendering to his mother in y^ 



246 Wills 

proper season thereof well managed what is before mentioned for her 
to receive from him, and that she have her firewood hald off from 
the land I hereby give him, in the proper season thereof even to my 
said son John Lord here again mentioned because interlined in y^ 
first naming of this Paragraph. 

Lastly, I do hereby make and ordain all my three sons aforesaid 
to be executors to this my last Will and testament, Hereby ratifying 
this and no other to be my last Will and Testament. 

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal y^ Day 
and Year first above mentioned. 

JOHN LORD 

Sign'd Seal'd published pronounced and declared by the said John 
Lord to be his last Will and Testament, in presence of 
Caleb Emery, 
Simon Lord, 
Nathan Lord, 
Joshua Lord 

Recorded from y^ original 

Simon Frost Regr. 



WILL OF CAPT. TOBIAS LORD 

In the name of God, amen. 

I Tobias Lord of Arundel in the County of York & Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts gentleman, being weak in body but of a sound & 
perfect mind & memory, blessed Almighty God for the same do make 
& publish this my last will & testament in manner & form following, 
that is to say. 

First. I give & bequeath unto my beloved wife Jane Lord, the 
use of my dwelling house except the Northeast room in the ell part 
thereof & the use of one half the barn during her natural life &: also 
the field in the front of the house, which field adjoins the post road, 
as it is now fenced, & the use & improvement of one half the re- 
mainder of the whole farm, and I do also give to my said wife all the 



Wills 247 

stock except as hereafter disposed of & all my farming utensils & 
tools, & also all debts now due to me, to her own use & benefit, and 
also all my household furniture during her natural life, and after her 
decease the said furniture to be divided equally between my three 
daughters, Jane Stone Lydia Kimball & Elizabeth Thompson, also I 
give my said wife liberty during her life to cut what firewood & fuel 
for her own use, that she shall want, & she is to maintain her propor- 
tion of the fence & the fencing to be cut from the land aforesaid. 

Also I give & devise to my son Tobias & Samuel Lord my grand- 
son the whole of my real estate at the decease of my said wife, to 
them & their heirs & assigns forever. 

I do also give & bequeath to Daniel Lord my son the sum of three 
hundred & seventy five dollars to be paid by my surviving Executors 
at the decease of my said wife. 

I also give & bequeath to my son Uominicus Lord the sum of three 
hundred & seventy five dollars, to be paid by my Executors Tobias 
& Samuel to the use of himself & family to be paid by instalments, 
thirty dollars per year, till the whole sum of three hundred & seventy 
five dollars is expended & paid. I also give & bequeath to my said 
son Dominicus the use of a cow & liberty to cut one load or ton of 
good hay on the farm, so long as my wife Jane shall see fit. I also 
give & bequeath my wearing apparel to my two sons Daniel and 
Dominicus to be equally divided between them, 

I also give & bequeath to my daughter-in law Mary Lord, widow 
of my son Thomas deceased the use of the Northeast room in the ell 
part of the house, during the term of four years from my decease, & 
also the use of the one half the barn & farm excepting the field 
aforesaid given to my said wife, she keeping her proportion of the 
fences in repair for the term of four years aforesaid, providing she 
remains a widow that time & if she marries before, to cease at the 
time of her marriage & she is not left at liberty to transfer the use as 
aforesaid to any other person excepting for herself to live on & her 
children, I also give her liberty to cut five cords of wood per annum 
for four years aforesaid, during her widowhood, to be cut where my 
Executors shall see fit. 

I also give & bequeath to my grandchildren & children of my son 
Thomas Lord, deceased, viz'.. David, Betty, Jane, Ann & Mary Lord 
the sum of three hundred dollars in equal proportions to be paid to 



248 Wills 

them by my Executors Tobias & Samuel at the time that they shall 
respectively come of age, the boys at twenty one & girls at eighteen. 

I also give to my grandson David one yoke of Steers, now coming 
in two years old. Also it is my will & request that my said Executors 
Tobias & Samuel pay to my said son Daniel, one half the sum afore- 
said bequeathed to him in four years or at the time the said widow 
Mary Lord leaves the premises. 

And lastly, as to all the rest, residue & remainder of all my personal 
estate, goods & chattels of what kind soever, I give and bequeath to 
my said beloved wife Jane Lord whom together with Tobias Lord 
my said son & Samuel Lord my grandson & son of Tobias Lord 
Junior, Executors of this my last will & testament hereby revoking 
all former wills by me made. 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal the twenty 
fifth day of January in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & five. 

TOBIAS LORD. 

N. B. The words " my grandson " & the words Tobias & Samuel 
were interlined before signing 

Signed, sealed, published & declared by the above named, Tobias 
Lord, to be his last will & testament in the presence of us, who, at 
his request & in his presence have hereunto subscribed our names as 
witnesses to the same. 

Nathaniel H. Fletcher. 
Moses foster Ferguson. 
Joseph Thomas. 



LIEUT. TOBIAS LORD 
Dr. the account of Hephzibah Lord, Tobias Lord & Francis Watts 
Administrators on the estate of 

TOBIAS LORD, 
late of Alfred deceased. 

ITEMS WITH WHICH WE CHARGE OURSELVES. 
1813! To amt. notes stock, furniture, vessels &c. as pr. inven- 
tory delivered, paid Hephzibah Lord, widow . . 8541.20 
Samuel Lords rect. dated January 6th, 1801 . . . 2000. 
Nathaniel Lords rect. Jany 30, 1802 .... 2000. 



Commonzuealth of Massachusetts, 



gorfe. ff. By the Court of Probate for the County of Yoik. 

To .'■■■'-'■ '. -.'.,<' ■■', A/-.'./ „■■>■..■. ;?./•-•..';'-, ^,-.- 

, . , . ' Greeting. 

Whereas 

■ ' " - /•■ -. . . ,• /'.,■,>•..•-■. / 



deccaicci, h.niiij; wliile lie lived, and at the time of//-' deceafc, goods, chattels, ^ 

rights, or credits, in the county of Turk aforcfaid, lately died inteftate ; whereby j 

the power of committing adminiftration, And full dilpofition of all and Angular the '{ 

goods, th ittcls, rights and credits of the f.iid dcccalcd ; and alfo the hearing, ex- f 

nniining, and allowing the account of fucli adminiftration, appertains unto this | 

Court : I 

'I'ruliing therefore in )our care and fidelity, this Court does, by tlicfe prcfents, j 

commit unto you full power to adminifter all and flnguhr the goods, chattels, 1 

rights and credits of the faid deceafed ; and well and faithfully to difpofc of the ' 

ftme arcrdin;;- to l.uv ; and alfo to alk, gather, levy, recover and receive all and A 

whiitevcr credits ut tliL laid deceafed, which to A^-^>t while he lived, and at the j 

time of ■'':.■'.■ di iih, I'.ul appertain ; and to pay all debts in which the faid dcccaf- \ 

cd flood bound, Id fir a> /«.V goods, chattels, rights and credits can extend, | 
according to tlu; value thereof ; arn! to make a true and perfect inventory of all 

and fmgular the goods, chattels, ri^Ii!-. and credits of the faid deceafed, and to \ 

exhibit the f.mic into tiie Rci^iltry of tliis Court, wltfiin three month", and to ren- ' 

der a plain and true account oi your admiiiiltrition upon oath j 

within or at the expiration of one year from the date hereof. \ 

And you are li^reby ordained, conllituted and appointed Adminiftrat^^ of all j 

and lingular the goods, chattels, rights and credits aforcfaid, | 

Vou are alfo lieroby ordered and direcT:ed tf) make known your appointment as ■* 
aforcfaid, by caufing notifications thereof to be ported up in fomc public places in 

the town where the faid deceafed laft dwelt, and in the two next adjoining towns,- •« 

, Z-.,.^. .-,....-;..-.-, ..■ ■ ...•/,/}:. ,^/.,, .y..^,.y^^ f- /'■■■< ::-/^^ 

•^t £.<:«o^-:^<!'/^ . ^___ ti/y within three months from the date hereot. 

In teftimony whereof, the fignaturc and feal of the faid Court of Probate are 
hereunto afiixcd. Dated at /t.^/Y.', the /'/^u /,(',, /r'-y^' day 

of , //.;■ r-r A , in the year of our Lord, One ihoufand eight hundred \ 

and ^/.!,A(. ^ .'-> j 

^ ?/c7 ^! ( 'r /„ 'cc'.r//, Reg isTr R. '■! 



THE NEW YORK 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



ASTQR, LPNOX AND 
I D '•) FOt.'NCAriCNS 



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249 



Tobias Lord's rec*. dated April 3d 180 1 

Amot. reed by Chas. W. Williams as pr. accot. . 

Amot. reed, by Francis Watts, as pr. accot. 

Amot. reed, by Robert Waterston, pr accot 

Amot. reed by Betsey Lord as pr. acco*. 

Amot. reed, by George Lord as pr. accot. . 

Amot. reed, by Ivory Lord, as pr. accot. 

Amot. reed, by John Low & Joseph Dane Esqr. guard" to Lucy 

Lord ......... 

Amot. reed, by John Low & Joseph Dane Esqr. guard", to Wil 

Ham Lord 

Amot. reed, by John Low & Joseph Dane Esqr. guard", to Fran 

cis A. Lord ........ 

Balance due from Tobias Lord on Admina. acct. 
Amot. new notes reed by Francis Watts, being balance of acct. 
Amot. of Andrew Conants note & int. bal. dated July 2, 1805 
Amot. Andrew Conant's note, date Janr. 2d. 1805, bal". 
Amot. Nathaniel Conants demd .... 

Amot. Tobias Lord's, note & int. bal" due 

Amot. of land way of William Finchey 

Amot. of Hendersons demand in Mr. Dane's hand . 

Amot. of Bank stock in Portsmouth bank pr. inventory 

Dividend due on Bank stock at Portsmouth 



2000. 

1962.55 

1931.42 

1570.70 

1603.6S 

1129.44 

1127.99 

I oS 1 . 1 9 

1J3J-3S 

1069.74 
2545-20 

37741 

884.98 

76.14 

884.90 
100. 
46.36 
2688. 
92. 

34957-25 



1813. 



ITEMS FOR WHICH WF. ARE TO BE ALLOWED. 



March. By pd. to Widw. Heph. Lord being her third of persl 

property 

By pd. Samuel Lord pr. his rect. being his share of personal 

property ......... 

By pd. Nath'. Lord pr. do being his share as above . 

By pd. Tobias Lord pr. do. being his share as above 

By pd. Chas. W. Williams pr. do. being his share as above 

By pd. Francis Watts pr. do. being his share as above 

By pd. Robert Waterston pr. do. his share as above . 

By pd. Betsey Lord pr. do. being her share as above 

By pd. George Lord pr. do. being his share as above 

By pd. Nathl Lord pr. do. guard" for Ivory Lord, his share as 

above 

By pd. John Low & Joseph Dane Esqr. pr. rect. as guardians 

for Lucy Lord being her share as above 



1 1652.41 

1942.07 
1942.07 
1942.07 
1942.07 
1942.07 
1942.07 
1942.07 
1942.07 

1942.07 

1942.07 



250 Wi//s 

By pd. John Low & Joseph Dane Esqr. pr. do. guardians for 

William, his share as above ...... 1942.07 

By pd. John Low & Joseph Dane Escjr. pr, d'J. guardians for 

Francis A. Lord 1942.07 



.34957-^5 



Probate fees on this account, copy &c . . . . 3. 

TOBIAS LORD 
FRANCIS WATTS. 

We the undersigned hereby certify, that we have examined the above ac- 
count, and find the same correct and just, and have no objection to make to the 
same and consent that the same be allowed by the Probate Court, without any 
further notice, and acknowledge to have received the several proportions and 
dividends above stated in full thereof. This twentieth day of March in the year 
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. 

Hephzibah Lord, Samuel Lord Nathl. Lord 
Tobias Lord, Chas. W'. Williams Francis Watts 
Attd. RoBT. Waterston, Betsey Lord, George Lord, 

Nathl. Roberts Nathl. Lord, as guardn. to Ivory Lord, 

John Low, f Guardian to Lucy Lord ^ 

Jos Dane, ^ William Lord & Fran. A. Lord ^ 

York ss. At a Court of Probate holden at Wells in said county on the fif- 
teenth day of March A. D. 181 3, 

The foregoing account being examined and consented to by the interested 
persons is hereby allowed. 

STEPHEN TIIACnER,y«^^<r. 
Recorded agreeably to the original. 

Attt. Daniel Sewall, /v^^'^r. 



INDEX 



Abbot, Joel 27, 33, 159, 205 

Lydia 27, 32, 159, 205, 
206 

Lydia C. ( ) 27, 33, 

159, 205 
Abbott, Patience 13 
Adams, Charles 18, 24, 31, 
211 

George M. 35 

Hannah ( ) 1 8, 24, 31, 

211 

Louisa Iv. (Dana) 35 

Lucy S. (Moulton) 35 

Samuel 35 

Sarah 18, 24, 31, 211 
Aiken, Jane 28, 38 
Alden, Sarah 159 

Silas 159 
Anderson, Anne H. 40, 57 

John F. 40, 57 

Marcia B. (Winter) 40, 57 
Andros, Edmund 182, 199, 

235' 236 
Appleton (Capt.) 186 

Samuel 234 
Arnold, Benedict 170 
Atwood, Ernestine F. 71, 
160 

Ernestine (Farrar) 53, 71 

Frank H. 52, 71 

Hicks S. 52, 71 

Lydia W. ( ) 52, 71 

Roy F. 71 
Auger, Lebbeus 30, 44, 212 

Ruth J. 30, 44, 212 

Ruth McC. ( ) 30, 44, 

212 
Aymar, Mary F. 60, 80 
Bacon, Caroline V. H. 62, 

82 



Bacon, Horace 62, 82 

Maria ( ) 62, 82 

Bagley, Eliza ( ) 43 

Margaret 43 

Matthew 43 
Baker, Charlotte 36, 49 
Balch, 184 

John 192 

Mary (Conant) 192 
Baldwin, Donald R. 84 

Jane ( ) 64, 84 

Lewis 64, 84 

Robert 64, 83 

Ruby J. McC. (Lord) 64, 

83 
Barren, Olive 104, 1 16 
Barry, Charles D. 127, 130, 

145' 147 
Charles E. 112, 127, 129, 

145' 147 
Edith C. 148 
EUzabeth C. (Lord) 129 
Elizabeth L. 147, 156 
Ernest L. 147 
Florence W. (Hooper) 

129, 146 
Helen W. 147 

Ida M. (Thompson) 127, 

130, 145, 147 
Julia R. 148 

Rebecca (Marshall) 112, 

129 
Samuel 112, 129 
Sarah C. (Lord) 112, 127, 

'45 
William E. 6, 129, 146 
Bartlett, Charles A. 160 
Ernestine F. (Atwood) 

160 
Sarah A. (Coggins) 160 



Bartlett, Wilhelmina 160 
Beal, Abijah 62, 82 

Abijah S. 83 

Ellen E. (Bird) 62, 82 

Francis G. 82 

Jarvis T. 62, 82 

Olive A. (Drinkwater) 62, 
82 

Olive E. 83 

Robert A. 83 

Roger D. 83 

William B. 83 
Beasom, Charles B. 58, 79 

Elizabeth J. 80 

Elizabeth (Lord) 58, 79 

Jane N. (Boardman) 58, 

79 

William D. 58, 79 
Bell, Eugene L. 40, 57 

George L. 57 

Henry G. 40, 57 

Mary A. (Savage) 40, 57 

Susan F. 57, 79 

Susan F. (Lord) 40, 57 
Bellingham, Richard 165 
Birchard, Charles 118, 137 

Diantha F. (Williams) 
"8, 137 

Florence W. 137 

Nathan M. 118, 137 

Vesta K. (Lewis) 118, 137 
Bird, Caroline E. 62 

Caroline V. H. (Bacon) 
62,82 

Charles L. 62, 81, 82 

Eliot F. 82 

Eliza (Ellis) 43, 62 

Ellen E. 62, 82 

Emma J. 43, 62 

Emma J. (Bird) 43, 62 



252 



Index 



Bird, Frances A. (Mears) 
62, 82 

Francis W. 43, 62 

Frederick C. 43 

George 30, 42, 43, 62 

Gertrude H. 82 

Isaac M. 43 

Jane L. 43, 63 

Julia 43, 61 

Julia L. 63 

Julia (Lord) 30, 42 

Margaret (Bagley) 43 

Martha ( ) 30, 42 

Mary L. 63 

Samuel J. 30, 42 
Bishop, Bridget (Oliver) 
189 

Edward 93, 189 

Hannah 93, 189 
Blanchant, 166 

Elizabeth (Tozier) 166 
Blanchard, Mary 34, 47 
Blatchford, Barbara 70 

Carita T. (Clark) 56, 77 

Charles II. 56, 77, 78 

Charles L. 70 

Dorothy L. 70 

Eliphalet L. 78 

Eliphalet W. 51, 56, 70, 

77 
Francis V. (Lord) 51, 70 
Huntington 78 
John 70 
Mary (Williams) 51, 56, 

70,77 

Paul 51, 70 
Blinks, Fanny 33, 46, 204 
Blodget, Sarah A. 56, 77 
Boardman, Jane N. 58, 79 
Boles, Harriet A. 42 

Levi 42 
Boothby, Mabel (Littlefield) 
201 

Richard 201 

Sarah 201 
Borden, Charles B. 156 

Elizabeth L. (Barry) 147, 

156 
Nannie J. (Brayton) 147, 

156 
Norman E. 147, 156 
Boreman (Boardman) 

Annis ( ) 187 

Elizabeth (Carter) 187 
Margaret (Offin) 187, 188 
Martha 92, 187, 188 
Samuel 187 



Boreman, Thomas 92, 187, 
188, 234 

William 187 
Bourne, Edward E. 26 

Eliza ( ) 97, 103, 112 

George W. 1 13, 132 

Jane (Jefferds) 113, 132 

John 97, 103, 112 

JuHa A. 116 

Lucy A. 113, 132 

Olive L. 97, 103, 112,226 

Susan (Hatch) [Lord] 26 
Bowman, Austin 68 

Austin L. 48, 67 

Bernard I). 48 

Carohne N. 48, 67 

Eleanor I. (Heagen) 48, 
67 

Ernestine L. 48 

Ernestine (Lord) 35, 47 

George A, 35, 47 

George E. 48 

Hannah F. (North) 35, 

47 

Joshua 35, 47 

Mary I. (Van Home) 48, 
67 

Ruth 125, 224 
Brackett!^ Mary E. 56, 76 
Bradford, (Governor) 180 

Mary J. 133, 151 
Bradstreet, Simon 164 
Brayton, Nannie J. 147, 156 
Brewster, Fear 180 

Jonathan 180 

Love 180 

Mary ( ) 19, 180 

Patience 19, 180, 181 

William 19, 179, iSo, 234 

Wrestling 180 
Britton, Mary J. 48, 67 
Brown, Belle (Ryerson) 66, 

85 

Durword 86 

Elliot 86 

Fanny ( ) 66, 85 

Harry 66, 85, 86 

Herman 66, 85 

Leicester 86 

Leona 64, 84 

Ralph 86 

Sophia 46 
Browning, Charles A. 131 

Ellen (Peckett) 131 

Mary 131 
Buckland, Andrew J. 56, 78 

Charles C. 78 



Buckland, Chester P. 78 

Edward G. 56, 78 

Julia A. (Turner) 56, 78 

Julia T. 78 

Sally T. (Clark) 56, 78 

Susan L. 78 
Buell, Ella C. 44, 63 

Hannah (Watrous) 44,64 

Oliver 44, 64 
Butler, Anna P. 50, 69 

Jenette L. (Emery) 50,69 

Nathaniel 50, 69 
Callender, George 231, 233 
Campbell, Alex. 105, 117 

Elizabeth ( ) 63 

Ellen L. 117 

George R. 63 

George W. 105, 116 

Harriet A. 117 

Lucy I. 117 

Mary L. (Bird) 63 

Ruth ( ) 105, 1 17 

Sarah A. 117 

Serena J. (Williams) 105, 
116 

Serena W. 117 

William S. 63 
Carter, Elinor L. 58, 80 

Elizabeth 187 

Fehx 187 

Isabel (Ward) 58, 80 

John 58, 80 

Margaret 187 
Cassie, Helen 102, 107, 214 

Robert 107, 214 
Chamberlain, Marion L. 

(Lewis) 135, 153 
Chapell, Mary E. 61 
Chapman, Edward 166, 167 

Elizabeth ( ) 40, 57 

Jennie M. 40, 57 

John 167 

Mary 13, 14, 167, 168 

Mary (Symonds) 166, 167 

Mary (Wilborn) 167 

Matthew 40, 57 

Nathaniel 167 
Chick, Martha (Lord) 12, 

243 

Richard 12 
Chisholm, Frances 46 

Sophia (Brown) 46 

Thomas 46 
Clapp, Caroline (Denny) 52, 

72 
Mabel D. 52, 7 1 
WiUiam W. 52, 72 



Index 



253 



Clark, Albert R. 139 
Alice C. 87 
Amy E. 139 
Carita T. 56, 77 
Caroline T. 1 59 
Caroline (Tyler) 39, 55, 

209 
Cecil E. 139 
Charles P. 38, 55, 56, 76, 

87, 208, 210 
Edward L. 39, 56, 76, 78 
Elizabeth 76 

Elizabeth ( ) 120 

Elizabeth (Littlefield) 139 

Elizabeth T. 56, 77, 160 

Frank 1-. 49 

Helen (Lancaster) 56, 76 

Henry (i. 39 

Ida H. (Williams) 120, 

139 
Jane (Aiken) 28, 38 
Jonas II I, 126, 229 
Kempton 79 
Lancaster P. 76, 87 
Lulu M. (Jewell) 76, 87 
Mary 11 1, 126 
Mary G. N. (Prescott) 39 
Mary S. (Kempton) 56, 

79 

Nathalie L. (Rice) 49 

Peter 28, 38, 39, 208 

Priscilla 76 

Sally T. 56, 78 

Samuel 120, 139 

Susan G. 39 

Susan G. (Clark) 39 

Susan J. 39 

Susan L. 56 

Susan (Lord) 28, 38, 208 

Tyler, 76 
Clarke, Agnes 184 
Cleaves, David 98, 103, 1 12, 
229 

Sarah 98, 103, 112, 229, 
230, 232, 233 

Sarah (Fairfield) 98, 103, 
112, 229 
Coggins, Sarah A. 160 
Cogswell, Judith 27, 28, 38 
Colburn, Frederick A. 30 

Mehitabel (Lord) 30 
Cole, Elizabeth 193 
Coleman, Frances E. (Thirl- 
keld) 134, 152 

Louis L. 134, 152 

Mary C. (Lord) 114, 133 

Robert L. 134, 152 



Coleman, Walter 114, 133, 

134 
Walter H. 114, 133 
Collins, Charles 165 
Conant, Abigail (Dodge) 15, 
96, loi, 186, 173, 186 
Agnes (Clarke) 184 
Andrew 249 
Bethiah (Mansfield) 96, 

186 
Daniel 91, 92, 96, 186, 

189, 234 
EUzabeth (Walton) 95, 

186, 191 
Hephzibah 15, 91-94, 96, 
xoi, 173, 184, 186, 187, 
189, 191, 193, 19s, 213, 
219, 225, 228 
John 91, 92, 95, 96, 184, 

186, 234 
Lot 91, 95, 185, 186, 191 
Lucy (Dodge) 96, 186, 

189 
Mary 94, 192, 193 
Nathaniel 15, 91, 92, 96, 

loi, 173, 186, 249 
Richard 184 
Roger 91,94, 95, 184, 185, 

192, 234 
Sarah (Horton) 95, 184 
Conly, Abraham 11, 163, 
165 
Judith II, 163 
Converse, John 197, 238 
Coolidge, James L T. 122 
Margaret C. 122 
Mary R. C. (Rogers) 122 
Sarah P. 50, 68 
Cooper, John 12 

Louisa S. A. (Mahon) 

107, 120 
Sarah (Lord) 12 
Couch, Elizabeth no, 125 
Cousens, Hannah 144, 155 
Covell, Rebecca 148, 157 
Cram, Edwin J. 131, 149, 

233 
Elizabeth (Tarbox) 131, 

149 
Nathan B. 131, 149 
Robert N. 150 
Sarah C. (Lord) 131, 149, 

233 
Cromwell, Oliver 196 
Cross, Frances 198 

John 198 

Sarah 198, 201 



Currier, Elizabeth P. 53, 73 

Mary 16, 159 
Curtis, Charity 15 
Curtiss, Maria A. (Lord) 

159 

Mary L. 159 

W. H. 159 
Dale, Elizabeth W. (Gil- 
bert) 73 

Harriet (Hough) 73 

John H. 73 

Philip 73 
Dana, Annie J. E. (Perkins) 
160 

Arthur P. 47, 160 

Caroline M. (Dodge) 34 

Charles B. 34, 47 

Ellen 47 

Ephraim 27, 34 

George N. 34 

George P. 47 

Lois W. (Lord) [Payson] 

27. 34 
Louisa L, 35 
Mary (Blanchard) 34, 47 
Nathaniel 27, 34, 47 
Phoebe W. (Payson) 34, 

47 

Tabitha (Jones) 27, 34 
Dane, Henry C. 127 

Joseph III, 126, 249, 250 

Louisa (Lord) in, 126 

Mary 126 

Mary (Clark) in, 126 
Danforth (President) 170 
Davis, Catherine 115, 135 

Ellen (Mattock) 57, 79 

Jennie U. 143 

Martha (Lord) 12 

Thomas 12 
Davison, William 179 
Deane, Charles 108, 121, 
141, 216, 217 

Charles E. 122 

Ezra 108, 121, 217 

George C. 122 

Helen E. (Waterston) 
108, 121, 216, 218 

Lucy W. 122, 140 

Margaret C. (Coolidge) 
122 

Martha (Towner) 122, 
141 

Mary H. 122 

Mary (Moody) 108, 121, 
217 

Ruthven 122, 141 



254 



Index 



Deane, Towner 141 

Walter 122 
Dearing, Margery 17, 178 

Roger 17, 178 
Delisle, Emily 130, 149 
Dellinger, Mary A. 122, 140 
Denny, Caroline 72 
Derby, Agnes [Annis] 

( ) 190 

John 190 
Devnell, Alice E. (Thomas) 

134 

George A. 134 

Lulu M. 134 
Dexter, Edmund 122, 140 

George 122, 140 

Helen R. 140 

Julius 140 

Lucy W. 140 

Lucy W. (Deane) 122, 140 

Margaret R. 140 

Mary A. (Dellinger) 122, 
140 

Mary D. 140 
Dingley, Florence 148, 157 

Frank L. 148, 157 

Lucinda M. (Greeley) 
148, 157 
Dodge, Abigail 15, 93, 94, 
96, loi, 173, 186 

CaroUne (Hyde) 34 

Caroline M. 34 

David S. 34 

Edith ( ) 188, 189 

Hannah (Raymond) 186, 

193 
Joanna (Hale) [Larkin] 

191-193 
John 188, 192 
Joshua 93, 94, 186, 192, 

193 
Lucy 91, 92, 96, 186, 189 

Margery ( ) 188, 192 

Martha (Low) 186, 188, 

189 
Mary (Conant) [Balch 

192, 193 
Mary (Eaton) 188, 189 
Richard 91-93, 186, 1S8- 

190 
Sarah 93, 190 
William 94, 191-193, 234 
Doherty, Frances A. (Hen- 

shaw) 61 
Harry W. 61 
Ida (Wessell) 61 
Thomas F. 6x 



Doty, Alonzo 43, 61 

George E. 62 

John L. 43, 61 

Julia (Bird) 43, 61 

Ruby ( ) 43, 61 

Douglas, Rebecca J. 114, 

133. 233 
Dow, Betsey A. 62, 82 
Downing, Joshua 164 
Drinkwater, Olive A. 62, 82 
Dunklee, Elizabeth P. (Cur- 
rier) 53. 73 

Helen F. 53, 73 

John W. 53, 73 
Dunn, Alberta S. 138 

Ambrose C. 13S 

Letitia (Sayres) 138 
Durrell, Mary 16 
Dutch, Lucy 98, 103, 114 
Dwinel, Julia A. 51, 70 
Eaton, Martha (Jenkins) 
188, 189 

Mary 92, 188, 189 

William 92, 188, 189 
Elist, Medora 51, 69 

Elliott, 218 

Ellis, Eliza 43, 62 
Emerson, Olive (Barrell) 
104, 116 

Olive L. (Bourne) 97, 103, 
112, 226 

Samuel 104, 1 16 

Sarah B. 104, 116 

William S. 97, 103, T12 
Emery, 242 

Anna P. (Butler) 50, 69 

Caleb 246 

Charles A. L. 50 

Daniel 13 

Elizabeth ( ) 243 

Ernestine 50, 69 

Jenette L. 50, 69 

Jenette (Loring) 36, 50 

Loring L. 69 

Lydia A. (Lord) 36, 49 

Margaret A. (Weaving) 

50 
Mary E. 69 
Mary (Lord) 13, 243 
Moritz H. 50 
Nellie B. (Tlialheimei) 

50,68 
Noah 243 
Sidney S. 50, 69 
Stephen 36, 50, 68 
Stephen A. 36, 50, 69 
William T. 69 



Endicott, John 185, 190, 

192 
Everett, Margaret 165 

Margery 159 

Martha 11, 159, 163-165 

William 11, 159, 163-165 
Ewart, Jane 123, 142 
Faber, Georgine ( ) 140 

Helen R. (Dexter) 140 

Maurice 140 

Richard R. 140 
Fairfield, Sarah 98, 103, 112, 

229 
Fargo, Adelaide P. 133, 151 

Charles 133, 151 

Mary J. (Bradford) 133, 

Farrar, Caroline (Whitney) 

52,71 

Edwin L. 52, 71 

Edwin S. 37, 51 

Ernestine 52, 71 

Samuel 37, 52 

Sarah (Putnam) 37, 52 

Susan W. (Lord) 37, 51 

Whitney L. 71 
Felton, Frederick 66, 86 

Marie ( ) 66, 86 

Selma 66, 86 
Ferguson, Moses F. 248 
Finchey, William 249 
Finlayson, Archibald 131, 

150-233 
DolHna (Murray) 131, 150 
Donald 131, 150 
Donald L. 150 
Elizabeth C. (Lord) 131, 

150, ^-IZ 

Mary D. 150 
Fisher, Lavina 110, 126, 226 
Fiske, Azubah (Purse) 105, 
118, 213 

Diantha L. 105, 117, 213 

John 105, 118. 213 
Fletcher, Nathaniel H. 248 
Folsom, Jeremiah 168 
Foss, Ehzabeth A. 1 13, 130, 

231 
Fowle, Frances E. (Hen- 
shaw) 42, 59 

Josiah F. 42, 59 

Mildred \\. 60, 80 

William 42, 60 
Fowler, Aymar H. 81 

Louise F. 81 

Mary F. (Aymar) 60, 80 

Mildred H. (Fowle) 60, 80 



Index 



255 



Fowler, William A. 60, 80 

William K. 60, 80, 81 
Foxcroft, Francis 49, 68 

Francis R. 68 

Frank 49, 68 

Harriet (Goodrich) 49, 68 

Lydia S. (Rice) 49, 68 

Mary G. 68 
Freeman, Caroline 125, 14J 

Edmund 20, 181-183, 234, 

235 

Elizabeth ( ) 181 

John 20, 181, 182, 235 
Mary 17, 20, 178, 182, 

183 

Mercy (Prence) 19, 182 

Sarah (Mayo) 20, 182 
Frost, Elizabeth 39 

Mary 14 

Sally W. in, 128 

Simon 246 

Susan C. ( ) 39 

Timothy 39 
Fry, Caroline 138, 154 
Fuller, Florence G. 61 

Justin B. 61 

Mary E. (Chapell) 61 
Fullmer, Inez G. 118, 136 

Joseph 118, 136 

Margaret (Whalen) 118, 

136 
Furbuish, see P urbush 
Furbush, Ann (Lord) 13, 

243 
Daniel, 13 
Gilbert, Charles M. 53, 72 
Elizabeth W. 73 
Harvey J. 53, 72, 73 
Mary B. 73 
Priscilla H. K. (Morrill) 

53' 72 
Susan B. (Walker) 53, 72 
Giles, Harriet L. (Lord) 41, 
59 
Henry 41-59 
Louise 59 
Nora 59 
Gilpatrick, James 194, 201 

Mary ( ) 201 

Nathaniel 174 
Olive 18, 23, 25, 97, 102, 
109, 194, 195, 202, 221 
Sarah (Boothby) 201 
Thomas 201 
Glover, Mary 182 
Goddard, Caroline 104, 1 15, 
213 



Goddard, Lucy (Wiswall) 

104, 115, 213 
Thatcher, 104, 115, 213 
Gooch, Sarah 41 
Goodrich, Harriet 49, 68 
Goodwin, Mary 13 
Gorges, Thomas 170, 200, 

236 
Gowen, Margaret 14 
Graves, Abigail 149, 158 
Gray, William 173 
Greeley, Lucinda M. 148, 

157 

Green, Ella B. 125, 224, 225 
Joseph F. 125, 224 
Ruth (Bowman), 125, 224 

Greenfield, Anna ( ), 55, 

75 
Anna I. 55, 75 
James 55, 75 
Greenleaf, Gardner 1 14, 133, 

233 
Rebecca J. 114, 133, 233 
Rebecca J. (Douglas) 114, 

133. 233 
Greig, Anna L. 123, 142 
Anna R. 143 
Catherine J. (Henderson) 

123,141 
Catherine (Turpie) 108, 

123, 218 
Edward R. 1 24 
George ic8, 123, 216, 218 
George H. 124, 143 
James 108, 123, 218 
Janet (Henderson) 124, 

143 

Jean 142 

Kathleen H. McB. 142 

Lucy A. H. (Waterston) 
108, 123, 216, 218 

Lucy W. 123, 142 

Margaret R. 123 

Mary 142 

Robert W. 123, 141 
Griffin, Joanna 48, 67 
Grindley, Annie J. E. 160 
Hale, Jane 191 

Joanna 93, 191-193 

John 185 

Robert 93, 185, 191, 192, 
235 
Hall, Frederick P. 1 26 

Louisa A. (Smith) 126 

Mary (Dane) 126 

Porter 126 
Hambleton, see Hamilton. 



Hamilton, Gabriel 159 
Judith (Lord) [Meeds] 

159. 243 
Hanson, Anne (Lord) 12 

Thomas 12 

Tobias 12 
Hasty, Agnes 28, 35, 206 
Hatch, Hannah (Littlefield) 
26 

Joseph 26 

Susan 26 
Hawkins, Phoebe 106 
Hayes, Addie F. 127, 145 

Hercules M. 98, 103, 228 

Joseph M. 109, 223 

Lucy L. 109, 223 

Lucy (Lord) 98, 103 

Mary J. (Libby) 127, 145 

Seth 127, 145 

Susannah (Wildes) 109, 
223 
Heagen, Eleanor I. 48, 67 

Jane (Westman) 48, 68 

Matthew 48, 68 
Heard, Margaret 12 

William 12 
Hearl, see Heard 
Height, William 245 
Henderson, 249 

Angus 123, 124, 141, 143 

Catherine J. 123, 141 

Janet 124, 143 
Henshaw, Bertha D. 60 

Charles 30, 42 

Charles S. 60, 81 

David 30, 42 

Edith S. 60 

Edward 42, 60 

Edward G. 61 

Fannie A. (Simmons) 42, 
60 

Florence G. (Fuller) 61 

Frances A. 61 

Frances E. 42, 59 

Frances M. 81 

Gordon S. 81 

Hannah (Lord) 30, 41 

Harriet A. (Boles) 42 

Isaac M. 42 

Mary D. (Johnson) 60,81 

Priscilla A. 81 

Richard D. 61 

Rosamond H. 61 
Herder, George D. 63, 83 

May I. 63, 83 
Heuston, Harriet 135, 152 
Hill, Hannah 194, 199, 202 



256 



Index 



Hill, Hannah (Littletield) 

198-200 
John 199, 235 
Joseph 198-201, 235 
Nathaniel 194, 199 
Peter 198, 235 
Priscilla (Littlefield) 194, 

199 
Roger 198, 201 
Sarah (Cross) 198, 201 
Hilton, Elizabeth A. (Foss) 

T13, 130, 231 
Isaac 113, 130, 231 
Sarah E. 113, 130, 160, 

231 
Hinckley, Mary (Freeman) 

17, 20, 178, 182, 183 
Mary (Glover) 182 
Mary (Richards) 182 
Mehitable 15, 17, 20, 23, 

178, 179, 183 
Samuel 17, 20, 178, 182, 

183 
Thomas 182, 183, 235 
Hincks, Caroline T. 77 
Carroll C. 77 
Edward 77 
Edward Y. 56, 77 
Elizabeth M. 77 
Elizabeth T. (Clark) 56, 

77 
John W. 56, 77 
Sarah 77 
Sarah A. (Blodget) 56, 

77 
Hodgdon, Mary (Lord) 
[Emery] 13 
Thomas 13 
Hodsden, see Hodsdon 
Hodsdins, see Hodsdon. 
Hodsdon, Joseph 241, 243 

Samuel 243 
Holden, Elizabeth 129, 146 
Hooper, Florence W. 129, 
146 
Helen (Wallingford) 129, 

146 
Joseph C. 129, 146 
Home, Charles 119, 138 
Diantha W. 139 
Eleanor T. 139 
Ellen (Temple) 119, 138 
Florence (Williams) 119, 

Frederick B. 1 19, 138 
Horton, Sarah 95, 184 
Hough, Harriet 73 



Howell, Abby B. 38, 54 
Hubbard, James 202 
Huff, Elizabeth S. in, 127 
Humphrey, Joanna 190 
Hunt, Augusta (Watts) 104 

Clara ( ) 104 

Joel 104 

Wellington L. G. 104 
Hurd, Ann M. 132, 151 
Hutchins, Lydia 1 59, 206 
Hutchinson, Ann 196, 200 

Edward 196 

Mary 196, 197 
Hyde, Caroline 34 
Jackson, Andrew 220 

Experience 166 
Janeway, Abby B. (Howell) 

38.54 
Anna H. 38, 54 
Thomas L. 38, 54 
Jefferds, Ann M. (Hurd) 

132. 151 t 

Clement 25 j 

Elizabeth (Cole) 193 | 

Hannah 18, 23, 25, 193, 

195,202-204 j 

Hannah (Hill) 194, 199, 1 

202 j 

Jane 113, 132 | 

Jonathan F. 132, 151 i 

Mary 193 ; 

Nellie F. 132, 151 1 

Olive 25, 97, 102, 108, i 

124, 193, 195, 202, 219- j 

221, 223 I 

Olive (Gilpatrick) 18, 23, i 

25, 97, 102, 109, 194, i 

195, 202, 221 I 

Samuel 193, 194, 198, 199, 1 

202 I 

Sarah (Wheelwright) 194, 1 

198 j 

Simon 193 1 

William 18, 23, 25, 97, I 

102, 109, 194, 195, 202, ' 

221 
Jenkins, Martha 188, 189 

Renald 164, 165 
Jennings, Annie P. 2>7>i 46, 

204 
Fanny (BHnks) },■>,, 46, 204 
J. Frank t^-^, 46, 204 
Jeofreys, see Jefferds 
Jewell, Elmina (Taylor) 76, 

87 
Lulu M. 76, 87 
Willard M. 76, 87 



Joanes, Thomas 164, 165 
Johnson, Caroline 115, 134 

John A. 60, 81 

Margaret ( ) 60, 81 

Mary D. 60, 8 1 
Jones, Jennie U. (Davis) 143 

Mary A. 143 

Nathaniel N. 143 

Tabitha 27, 34 
Kelly, Lucy iii, 128, 227 

Mary 113, 131, 232 
Kempton, Mary J. (Taylor) 

56>79 

Mary S. 56, 79 

Thomas W. 56, 79 
Kimball, Eunice (Stone) 25, 
32. 203 

James 25, 32, 203 

Lydia (Lord) 15, 247 

Nathaniel 172 

Samuel 15 

Sarah 25, 32. 203 

Kingsbury, Elizabeth 

(Watts) 116 

George H. 116 

Henry 116, 229 

Julia A. (Bourne) 1 16 

Lawson 118, 136 

Miriam 118, 136 

Sophia (White) 118, 136 
Knight, Robert 242 
Kopf, Ida T. ( ) 65 

John H. 65 

Mae 65 
Lafayette, 211, 230 
Lancaster, Charles B. 56, 
76 

Helen 56, 76 

Mary E. (Brackett) 5b, 
76 
Larkin, Edward 94, 192, 236 

Joanna 93, 94, 192, 193 

Joanna (Hale) 191-193 

John 94, 191, 192 
Larrabee, Hannah ( ) 

39 
Jane J. 39 
Joel 39 
Lee, Alice 55 

Alice H. (Watts) 115, 

135 

Alice S. 153 

Catherine (Davis) 115, 

Constance G. 135 
Francis W. 135, 152, 153 
Harriet T. 153 



Index 



.257 



Lee, Lucy 153 

Marion L.{Lewis) [Cham- 
berlain] 135, 153 

Martha A. (Rand) 135, 
152 

Martha (Taylor) 55 

Samuel 55 

Thomas J. 115, 135 
Leighton, John 164 

William 164, 165 
Lewis, Lincoln L. 135, 153 

Lucy E. (Locke) 153 

Marion L. 135, 153 

Morgan 171, 236 

Vesta K. 118, 137 
Libby, Agnes (Hasty) 28, 
35, 206 

Ernestine 28, 35, 206 

Mary J. 127, 145 

Stephen 28, 35, 206 
Lindermann, David 31, 45, 

213 

Marietta P. 31, 45, 213 
Little, Daniel 187, 228 

Elizabeth (McCulloch) 
130, 148 

George L. 130, 148 

Mary O. 130, 148 

Sarah A. B. 39 
Littlefield, Annas 200 

Annie W. 41 

Anthony 199 

Christopher 41 

Edmund 196, 199, 200, 
236 

Elizabeth 139 

Francis 198, 200, 201, 236 

Hannah 26, 198-201 

James 172, 236 

Mabel 201 

Meribah ( ) 198, 201 

Priscilla 194, 199 

Sarah (Gooch) 41 
Locke, Lucy E. 135, 153 
Lord, Abigail 97, 102, 105, 

213 
Abraham 11, 14, 163, 242, 

243 
Adelaide P. (Fargo) 133, 

151 
Agnes McC. 36 
Albert T. 133 
Alice 45, 213 
Alice J. 47 
Ann 13, 243, 247 . 
Anne 12, 163 
Anne H. 157 



Lord, Anne H. (Anderson) 

40, 57 
Annie P. (Jennings) t,t^, 

46, 204 
Annie W. (Littlefield) 41 
Arthur PI. 46, 203 
Augusta H. 110, 125 
Augustus M. 132, 150, 233 
Benjamin 12, 163, 168 
Bertram 133 
Betsey 249, 250 - 
Betsey W. 28, 38 ~ 
Betty 247 
Caroline L. 125 
Caroline V. 72 
C. C. 6 

Charity (Curtis) 15 
Charles 25 

Charles A. 28, 35, 206 
Charles E. 6, 44, 63, 64, 

125, 143, 220, 222 
Charles H. 109, 221, 223, 

224 
Charles R. 144 
Charles V. 36, 51, 70, 

207 
Charles W. 40, 57, 223, 

224 
Christine 45, 66, 213 
Claire A. 36, 49 
Daniel 16, 159, 169, 205, 

247. 248 
Daniel C. 113, 230 
Daniel S. 132, 150 
Daniel W. 27, t^t,, 205 
David 16, 247, 248 
DelHs B. 64 
Dominicus 16, 159, 169, 

195, 247 
Doris E. 64 
Edward A. 109 
Edward W. no, 195, 221 
Edwin J. 44 

Effie M. (Rogers) 125,143 
Elbridge G. 30 
Elinor 80 

Elinor L. (Carter) 58, 80 
Elizabeth 15, 58, 79, 97, 

102, 105, 170, 243, 247 
Ehzabeth C. 131, 150, 233 
Elizabeth (Frost) 39 
Elizabeth M. 40, 58 
Elizabeth (Mitchell) 32, 

46, 203 
Elizabeth (Ruthven) 25, 

32, 204 
Elizabeth V. 46, 203 



Lord, Elizabeth W. in 

127,130, 147 
Ella B. (Green) 125, 224, 

225 
Ella C. (Buell) 44, 63 
Ellen F. 126, 144 
Elsie (Prentiss) 51, 70 
Emma E. 64, 84 
Emma R. t,^, 46 
Ephraim P. 29, 41, 212 
Ernestine 35, 47 
Ernestine (Libby) 28, 35, 

206 
Florence (Dingley) 148, 

157 
Forrest W. 151 
Frances A. 132, 150, 233 
Frances A. H. (Veazie) 

28, 36, 207 
Frances A. (Lord) 132, 

150. 233 
Frances (Chisholm) 46 
Frances E. 35 
Frances E. (Strickland) 

37. 5I' 208 
Frances V. 51, 70, 208 
Francis A. 40, 98, 103, 

114, 160, 249, 250 
Francis N. 31 
Francis T. 41 
Frank N. 37, 159 
Frederic D 37 
Frederic S. 41 
Frederick 45, in, 114, 

213 

Frederick A. 25 
Frederick L. 12S 
Frederick T. 52, 71 
Gennie B. 132 
George 25, 26, 45, 97, 102, 

108, 124, 195, 202, 213, 

219-221, 223, 226, 249, 

250 
George B. 132, 151 
George C. 108, 109, 124, 

130, 143, 148, 195, 203, 

216, 220, 221, 223- 

225 
George S. 40 
GeorgeW. 31,44, 45, 113, 

132, 212, 231, 232 
Georgianna A. 64, 84 
Gertrude J. 148 
Hannah 30, 41, 213 
Hannah E. 44, 65, 109 
Hannah (Jefferds) 18, 23, 

25. 195. 202-204 



258 



Index 



Lord, Hannah (Perkins) i8 

24, 29, 211, 212 
Harriet L. 41, 59 
Hartley 113, 130, 131, 160, 

227, 230-233 
Hartley L. 148, 157 
Henry C. 113. 133, 231, 

233 
Henry G. 133, 131 
Hephzibah 97, 102, 107, 

109, 124, 176, 216, 218, 

221, 229, 24S-250 
Hephzibah (Conant) 5, 

15, 96, loi, 173, 184, 

189, 195, 213, 219, 225, 

228 
Huldah P. 29. 
Ivory 97, 103, 110, 112, 

220, 225-227, 249, 250 
James L. 30, 43, 212 
James O. 64 
James R. 33, 46, 204 
Jane 15,45, 213, 247 

Jane ( ) 246-248 

Jane J. (Larrabee) 39 
Jane (Smith) 14, 15, 168, 

170, 171, 186 
Jane (Stackhouse) 31, 44, 

213 
Jennie M. (Chapman) 40, 

57 
Jennie W. 128 
Jeremiah 16, 170 
John 13-15, 25, 29, 32, 

167, 168, 170,203,242- 

246 
John A. 58,80, no, 128, 

226, 227 
John C. 32, 46, 203 
Joshua 246 
Judith 13, 159, 243 
Judith (Conly) 11, 163 
Julia 30, 42, 45, 65, 70, 

213 
Julia M. (Perkins) 113, 

131. 231 
Kate E. (Taylor), 37, 52, 

159 
Kate M. 12S, 228 
Lilias R. 47 
Lois W. 27, 34 
Louisa III, 126, 226 
Louisa (McCulloch) 97, 

103, no, 226, 227 
Lucinda M. 157 
Lucy 98, 103, 228, 249 
Lucy A. 31 



Lord, Lucy A. Bourne), 1 13, 

132 
Lucy A. (Warren) in, 

128, 227 
Lucy H. 32, 109 
Lucy J. 28 
Lucy L. (Hayes) 109, 

223 
Lucy S. 114, 134 
Lydia, 14, 15, 247 
Lydia A. 36, 49 
Lydia (Abbot) 27, 33, 

205, 206 
Lydia F. (Smith) 98, 103, 

"4 
Lydia (Patterson) 27, 33, 

206 
Mabel D. (Clapp) 52, 71 
Margaret (Go wen) 14 
Margaret (Hearl) 12 
Maria K. 37, 159 
Marie E. 148, 156 
Marietta P. (Lindermann) 

31.45. 213 
Marion E. 130, 149 
Marion R. 125, 222 
Marion R. (Waterston) 

108, 109, 124, 216, 221, 

224 
Marion W. 144 
Martha 12, r63, 243 

Martha ( ) 241 

Martha (Everett) n, 163- 

165 
Martha (Tozier) n, 12, 

165, 166 
Martha (Wentworth) 13 
Mary 13, 31, 243, 247 

Mary ( ) 244, 247, 248 

Mary A. (Jones) 143 
Mary (Browning) 131 
Mary C. n4, 133 
Mary (Chapman) 13, 14, 

167, 168 
Mary (Currier) 16 
Mary (Durrell) 16 
Mary F. 152 
Mary (Frost) 14 
Mary (Goodwin) 13 
Mary J. 44 
Mary J. R. 32 
Mary M. (Mendum) n3, 

131. 232 
Mary O. (Little) 130, 14S 
Mary P. 34 
Mary (Washburn) 16 
Mary (Wise) 14 



Lord, Mehitable 18, 24, 30, 
96, loi, 102, 104, 105, 

159. 175.213 
Mehitable S. 26 
Mehitable (Scammon) 5, 

15, 18, 20, 23, 171, 173, 

177, 179, 183, 195, 202, 

204, 21 1 
Nathalie 3G 
Nathan n, 12, 159, 163- 

166, 168, 241, 243, 246 
Nathaniel 16, 18, 24, 26, 

28, 36, 51, 70, 170, 204- 

208, 248-250 
Nellie F.( Jeff erds) 1 32,1 5 1 
Olive in, 128, 226 
Olive J. 109 
OUve (Jefferds) 25, 97, 

102, loS, 124, 195, 202, 

220, 221, 223 
Olive L. (Bourne) [Emer- 
son] 97, 103, 1 12, 226 
Olive M. (Porter) no, 

126, 226 

Patience ( ) 12 

Patience (Abbott) 13 

Patience (Nason) 12 

Paul B. 208 

Philip 58 

Philip H. 80 

Phoebe 27 

Phoebe L. 37 

Phoebe (Walker) 18, 24, 

26, 205, 206 
Rebecca Choate (Poole) 

160 
Rebecca G. 152 
Rebecca J. (Greenleaf) 

114, 133, 233 
Richard 13, 242, 243 
Robert PL W. 58, 160 
Robert M. 151 
Robert W. 113, 124, 132, 

222-224, 230-231 
Ruby J. McC. 64, 83 
Ruby (Spofford) 29, 41, 

212 
Ruth J. (Auger) 30, 44,212 
Samuel 12, 13, 18, 23-25, 

32, 163, 195, 202-204, 

242, 243, 247-250 
Samuel V. 37, 52, 159 
Sarah 12,13,163,243 

Sarah ( ) 39 

Sarah A. B. (Little) 39 
Sarah (Adams) [Perkins] 
18, 24, 31, 211 



Index 



259 



Lord, Sarah (Alden) 159 

Sarah C. 112, 127, 129- 
131. 145. 149. 229, 233 

Sarah (Cleaves) 98, 103, 
112, 229, 230, 232, 233 

Sarah E. (Hilton) 113, 
130, 231 

Sarah (Kimball) 25, 32, 
203 

Simon 246 

Susan 28, 38, 208 

Susan A. 31 

Susan F. 40, 57, 159 

Susan (Hatch) 26 

Susan W. 37, 51, 64 

Susannah ( ) 1 1 

Theresa (Mendon) 132, 
150 

Thomas 14, 16, 244, 245, 
247 

Tobias (Capt.) 12, 14, 15, 
96, 168-171, 186, 238, 
245, 246, 248 

Tobias (Lieut.) 5, 6, 15, 
18, 20, 23, 96, loi, 167, 
168, I7i-i77> 179. 183, 
184, 186, 189, 195, 202, 
211, 213, 218, 219, 225, 
227, 228, 236, 247, 248 

Tobias (3d) 18, 24, 29, 31, 
203, 211, 212, 249, 250 

Tobias (4th) 26 

Tobias S. 30 

Tozier 14 

Walter B. 151 

Warren A. 159 

William 13, 25, 98, 103, 
112, 160, 219, 225, 228- 
230, 232, 233, 242, 243, 
249, 250 

'William C. 112 

William F. no, 126, 226 

William H. 26, 131 

William Jr. 39, 41, 210 

William W. 80 
Loring, Jenette 36, 50 
Low (Capt.) 188 

John 249, 250 

Martha 91, 92, 186, 188, 
189 

Martha (Boreman) 187, 
188 

Susannah ( ) 188 

Thomas 91, 187-189, 237 
Ludlum, Elizabeth (Sim- 
mons) 33 

Emma R, (Lord) 33 



Ludlum, John I^. 33 

William 2,Z 
Lyman, Darwin E. 49 

Julia (Stevens) 49 

Laura A. 49 
MacCarty, Mae (Kopf) 65 

Mackworth ( ) 198 

Mahon, John 107, 120 

Louisa S. A. 107, 120 

Maria L. (Piggott) 107, 
120 
Mansfield, Andrew 92, 186, 
191, 237 

Bethiah 92, 95, 96, 186 

Elizabeth ( ) 191 

Elizabeth (Walton) [Co- 
nant] 186, 191 

Robert 92, 190, 191 
Marlowe, Diantha W. 
(Home) 139 

Fannie S. ( ) 139 

George F. 139 
Marshall, Rebecca 112, 129 
Mather, Cotton 195 
Matthews, Laura 55, 75 
Mattock, Ellen 57, 79 
Mayo, Sarah 20, 182 
McConaughy, Anna U. 75 

David 55, 75 

D wight D. 75 

Francis U. 75 

Leana (Matthews) 55, 75 

Lillian H. (Upham) 55, 75 

Nathaniel U. 75 

Samuel G. 55, 75 
McCulloch, Abiel 97, 103, 
no 

Elizabeth 130, 148 

Hugh 97, 103, no, 228 

Louisa 97, 103, no, 226, 
227 
Means, Huldah P. (Lord) 29 

Isaac 29 
Mears, Betsey A. (Dow) 62, 
82 

Frances A. 62, 82 

George H. 62, 82 
Meeds, Benjamin 13, 159 

Judith (Lord) 13, 159 
Mendon, Theresa 132, 150 
Mendum, Alexander W. 

I44> 155 
Georgia C. 144, 155 
Hannah (Cousens) 144, 

155 
Mary (Kelly) 1 13, 131, 232 
Mary M. n3, 131, 232 



Mendum, Samuel 113, 131, 

232 
Meschter, Albert F. 51, 69 

Daniel Y. 51, 69 

Emery 69 

Ernestine (Emery) 50, 69 

Medora (Elist) 51, 69 
Mitchell, Elizabeth 32, 46, 

203 
Moody, Mary 108, 121, 217 
Morrill, Priscilla H. K. 53, 72 
Morton, Annie A. 129 

Edward W. in, 128 

Elizabeth A. 129 

Elizabeth S. 107, 121 

Louisa D. 129, 146 

Olive (Lord) ni, 128 

Sally W. (Frost) ni, 128 

Stephen in, 128 
Moulton, Lucy S. 35 
Mowat, Edith 142 

Frederick 123, 142 

George G. 142 

Helen W. 142 

Jane (Ewart) 123, 142 

Lucy W. (Greig) 123, 142 

Oliver 123, 142 
Mulloney, Daniel 43, 63 

Frederick C. 63 

Jane B. 83 

Jane L. (Bird) 43, 63 

John E. 43, 63, 160 

Laura Y. 63 

Mary I. (Herder) 63, 83, 

Raymond B. 63, 83 
Murray, Dollina 131, 150 
Nash, Isaac 164, 165 
Nason, [Mrs.] Daniel 210 

Noah 227 

Patience 12 

Richard 163 
Neal, John 163 
Newell, Alberta S. (Dunn) 

138 
Charles W. 137 
Cherry E. (Williams) 136, 

153 
Clarence D. R. 118, 137, 

138 
Eliza (Smith) 40, 58 
Elizabeth M. (Lord) 40, 58 
Ellen L. 58 
Elsie W. 153 
Florence 59 
George 58, 136, 153 
George L. 40, 58 
Grace 137, 154 



26o 



Index 



Newell, Harriet H. (Wil- 
liams) ii8, 137 
Laurence P. 153 
Lester C. 136, 153 
Marion L. 59 
Marjorie 155 
Minna R. (Rose) 138, 155 
Olive (Plympton) 136, 

153 

Raymond P. 138 

Richard A. 40, 58 

Robert R. 155 

Robert W. 138, 155 
Newgrove, John 164, 165 
Nock, Sylvanus 242 
North, Hannah 47 

Hannah F. 35 
Offin, Margaret 187, 188 
Oliver, Bridget 189 
Oxnard, Mary 96, 97, 10 1, 

102, 104 
Parker, Jonas 60 
Parkinson, Caroline N. 
(Bowman) 48, 67 

Dana 67 

Herman O. 67 

Joanna (Griffin) 48, 67 

Royal 48, 67 

Taintor 67 

William D. 48, 67 
Patterson, Actor 27, 33 

Actor P. 159, 206 

Lydia 27, 33, 159, 206 

Lydia ( ) 27, 33 

Lydia (Hutchins) 159, 
206 
Payson, Cynthia W. 34 

George 27, 34 

Lois W. (Lord) 27, 34 

Phoebe W. 34, 47 
Peabody, Judith D. 117 
Peckett, Ellen 131 
Peckham, Josephine A. 53, 

54. 72, 74 

Perkins, 18, 24, 31, 211 

Abiel 97, 103, no 

Annie J. E. 160 

Annie J. E. (Grindley) 

160 
Charles C. 131, 231 
Eliphalet 112, 130 
Ephraim 18, 24, 29, 211 
George T. 160 
Hannah 18, 24, 29, 31, 

211, 212 
Jane L. 106, 120 
Jott S. 112, 130 



Perkins, Julia M.I 13,131,231 

Mehitable S. (Lord) 26 

Sarah (Adams) 18,24,31, 
211 

Sarah C. (Lord) [Barry] 
112, 130 

William 26 
Phillips, Charles 145, 156 

Marion N. 145, 156 

Mary ( ) 145, 156 

Phipps, William 189, 237 
Piggott, Maria L. 107, 120 
Plympton, Olive 136, 153 
Poole, Frances 54, 74 

Rebecca Choate (Lord) 
160 
Porter, Horace 1 10, 126, 226 

Lstvina (Fisher) no, 126, 
226 

Olive M. no, 126, 226 
Potter, Mary J. 61 
Pray, Issac C. 215 
Prence, Mercy 19, 182 

Patience (Brewster) 19, 
181 

Thomas 19, 180, 182, 235, 

237 
Prentiss, Elsie 51, 70 

Henry M. 51, 70 

Julia A. (Dwinel) 51, 70 
Prescott, Mary G. N. 39 
Purington, Abigail 

(Graves) 149, 15S 

Elizabeth 158 

James McK. 149, 158 

John G. 149 

Marguerite E. (Sache) 

149. 157 
Purse, Azubah 105, 118 

213 
Purves, James 214, 215 
Putnam, Sarah 37, 52 
Pycott, Caroline G. (Watts) 

116 
Thomas S. 116 
Pyle, William 165 
Quincy, Anna C. L. 107, 

121,217 
Elizabeth S. (Morton) 

107, 121 
Josiah 107, 121, 217 
Rand, Harriet (Heuston) 

135. 152 
Martha A. 135, 152 
William H. 135, 152 
Randall, Elizabeth (Tozier) 

[Blanchant] 166 



Randall, Richard 166 
Raymond, George 93, 94 

Hannah 93, 94, 186, 193 

Hannah (Bishop) 189 

William 94, 189, 237 
Revere, Paul 174 
Rice, Austin 36, 49 

Charles B. 36, 49 

Charlotte (Baker) 36, 49 

Claire A. (Lord) 36, 49 

Henry 216 

Laura A. (Lyman) 49 

Lydia S. 49, 68 

Nathalie L. 49 
Richards, Mary 182 

Thomas 182 
Ricker, Joseph 245 
Rigby, Alexander 170 
Roberts, Nathl. 250 

Samuel 13 

Sarah (Lord) 13, 243 
Robinson, Abigail B. (Shaw) 
126, 144 

Annie M. 144 

Doris 155 

Duncan 132 

Ellen F. (Lord) 126, 144 

Francis P. 156 

Gennie B. (Lord) 132 

George F. 126, 144 

George L. 145, 156 

Georgia C. (Mendum) 

144. 155 
Hannah D. (Wales) 132 
James W. 132 
Mabelle L. 144 
Marion N. (Phillips) 145, 

156 
(Pastor) 180 
Rowland M. 155 
William C. 126, 144 
William R. 144, 153 
Rogers, Caroline (Freeman) 

125, 143 
Charles F. 125, 143 
Effie M. 125, 143 
Mary R. C. 122 
Roso, Huldah ( ) 138, 

155 
Manuel 138, 155 
Minna R. 138, 155 
Ross, Annie M. 146 
Bernard D. 146 
EHzabeth (Holden) 129, 

146 
Florabel L. 146 
Frank M. 129, 146 



Index 



261 



Ross, Louisa D. (Morton) 
129, 146 

Orrin 129, 146 

Rodney E. 146 
Russell, George P. 117 

Jeremiah 1 17 

Judith D. (Peabody) 117 

Lucy I. (Campbell) 117 
Rutherford, William A. 218 
Ruthven, Elizabeth 25, 32, 
204 

Helen (Cassie) [Waters- 
ton] 214 

James 25, 32, 204 

Jane ( ) 25, 32, 204 

Robert, 214, 216 

(The Misses) 216 
Ryerson, Abram 45, 66 

Belle 66, 85 

Christine (Lord) 45, 66 

Elsie 86 

Florence 86 

Gertrude 87 

Helen 66, 85 

John 45, 66, 86 

Marietta 66 

Matilda ( ) 45, 66 

Selma 86 

Selma (Felton) 66, 86 
Sache, Emily (Delisle) 130, 
149 

Marguerite E. 149, 159 

Marion E. (Lord) 130, 
149 

William 130, 149 

William B. 149 

William C. 130, 149 
Savage, Mary A. 40, 57 
Sawyer, Ann 38, 53 

Freeman 106, 1 19 

Harriet N. 119 

Harriet N. (Williams) 
106, 119 
Sayer, Ebenezer 171 
Sayres, Letitia 138 

Scammon, Elizabeth ( ) 

17, 177, 178 

Elizabeth (Stimson) 17, 
178 

Humphrey 17, 177, 178, 

237 
Margery (Bearing) 17, 178 
Mehitable 5, 15, 18, 20, 23, 

171. 173' 177. 179. 183, 

195, 202, 204, 211 
Mehitable (Hinckley) 15, 

17, 20, 23, 178, 179, 183 



Scammon, Samuel 15, 17, 
18, 20, 23,177-179,183 
Scoville, Charles T. 85 

Frederick V. 85 

Georgianna A. (Lord) 64, 
84 

John T. 64, 84 

Leona (Brown) 64, 84 

Talcott 64, 84 
Sewall, Daniel 250 
Shackley, Richard 243 
Shaw, Abigail B. 126, 144 

Christine (Lord) [Ryer- 
son] 45, 66 

Jane ( ) 45, 66 

Thomas 45, 66 
Sheaf e, Frances 53, 72 

Josephine A. (Peckham) 
53, 54, 72, 74 

Mary H. 54, 74 

William 53, 54, 72, 74 
Shellcock, Joyce 97, 102, 

105 
Shute (Gov.) 201 
Siebert, Heinriette 136, 154 
Simmons, Elizabeth 33 

Fannie A. 42, 60 

George W. 42, 60 
Smith, Augusta H. (Lord) 
1 10, 125 

Benjamin 98, 103, 114 

Eliza 40, 58 

Elizabeth ( ) 168 

EHzabeth (Couch) 1 10, 

125 

James 167, 168 

Jane 14, 15, 168, 170, 171, 
186 

John 168 

Joseph C. no, 125 

Judith II, 12, 165 

Louisa A. 1 26 

Lucy (Dutch) 98, 103, 1 14 

Lydia F. 98, 103, 114 

Martha (Wills) 167 

Robert no, 125 
Snell, Mary 197 
Spaar, Clinton 85 

Helen (Ryerson) 66, 85 

Madeline ( ) 66, 85 

Osmonde 85 

William 66, 85 

Xavier 66, 85 
Spencer, Carmelita E. 84 

Clarence F. 64, 84 

Emma E. (Lord) 64, 84 

Julius 64, 84 



Spencer, Kenneth L. 84 

Teresa A. ( ) 64, 84 

William 245 

Winfield C. 84 
Spofford, Daniel 29, 41, 212 

Ruby 29, 41, 212 
Spring, Elizabeth 39, 55, 209 
Stackhouse, Charles 31, 44, 

213 

Elizabeth ( ) 31, 44, 

213 

Jane 31, 44, 213 
Staples, Dudley E. 148, 157 

Henry L. 157 

Hiram E. 148, 157 

Marie E. 157 

Marie E. (Lord) 148, 156 

Rebecca (Covell) 148, 157 
Stevens (Col.) 236 

Julia 49 
Stimson, Elizabeth 17, 178 
Stone, Eunice 25, 32, 203 

Jane (Lord) 15, 247 

John 15 

Lois 18, 24, 26, 205 
Storer, Joseph 172 

Priscilla 210 
Storre, Marie 196 
Strickland, Frances E. 37, 
51, 208 

Samuel P. 37, 51, 208 
Strong, Alicia ( ) 45, 65 

Jennie L. 65 

Julia (Lord) 45, 65 

Mary A. 66 

Sheldon 45, 65 

William B. 45, 65 
Symonds, Joanna 166, 167 

Mark 166, 167 

Mary 166, 167 
Tarbox, Elizabeth 149 
Taylor, Elmina 76, 87 

Kate E. 37, 52, 159 

Martha 55 

Mary J. 56, 79 

Nancy R. ( ) 37, 52 

Thomas A. 37, 52 
Temple, Ellen 119, 138 
Thalheimer, NelHe B.50,68 

Sarah P. (Coolidge) 50, 68 

William B. 50, 68 
Thirlkeld, Alice V. (Thresh- 
er) 134, 152 

Frances E. 134, 152 

Lewis A. 134, 152 
Thomas, Alice E. 134 

Joseph 248 



262 



hidex 



Thompson, Addie F. 
(Hayes) 127, 145 

Benjamin 15 

Charles H. 127, 145 

Elizabeth (Lord) 15, 247 

Elizabeth S. (Huff) iii, 
127 

Elizabeth W. (Lord) iii, 
127, 130, 147 

Helen L. 145 

Ida M. 127, 130, 145, 147 

Nathaniel in, 127 

Nathaniel L. in, 127, 
130, 147 

William S. 127 
Thorndike, John 193 
Thresher, Alice V. 134, 152 
Tounes (Capt.) 200 
Towner, Henry A. 122, 141 

Martha 122, 141 

Theodora A. (Turner) 
122, 141 
Tozier, Ehzabeth 166 

Elizabeth (Wentworth) 
166 

Experience (Jackson) 166 

John 166 

Judith (Smith) 11,12, 165 

Martha 11, 12, 165, 166 

Richard 11, 12, 165, 166, 

237 

Simon 166 

Thomas 166 
Turner, Julia A. 56, 78 

Theodora A. 122, 141 
Turpie, Catherine io8, 123, 

218 
Tuttle, Sarah 29 
Tyler, Caroline 39, 55, 209 

Elizabeth (Spring) 39, 55, 
209 

Samuel 39, 55, 209 
Upham, Abby H. J. 55 

Alice G. 76 

Alice (Lee) 55 

Anna H. (Janeway) 38, 

54 
Anna I. (Greenfield) 55, 

75 
Anna J. 54 
Bessie L. 54 

Betsey W. (Lord) 28, 38 
Elizabeth L. 38, 53 
Helen N. 74 
John H. J. 55 
Judith (Cogswell) 27, 28, 

38 



Upham, Katherine (Wood- 
bridge) 54, 74 
Lillian H. 55, 75 
Nathaniel 27. 28, 38 
Nathaniel G. 28, 38 
Nathaniel J. 54, 74 
Nathaniel L. 38, 54 
Nathaniel W. 74 
Phoebe (Lord) 27 
Thomas C. 27 
Thomas F. J. 55, 75 
William W. 75 

Van Home, Garrett J. 48, 
67 
Mary I. 48, 67 
Mary J. (Britton) 48, 67 

Veazie, Frances A. H. 28, 
36, 207 
Samuel 28, 36, 207 
Susanna (Walker) 28, 36, 
207 

Waddock, (Mrs.) Henry 177 

Wadell, Marj' 167 

Walden, Harriet N. 106 
Joseph B. 106 
Phoebe (Hawkins) 106 

Wales, Helen I). 132 

Walker, Ann (Sawyer) 38, 

53 
Charles R. 53, 72 
Daniel 18, 24, 26, 205 
Eliza L. 53 
Elizabeth L. (Upham) 

38,53 
Frances (Sheafe) 53, 72 
Helen F. (Dunklee) 53, 

John D. 73 

Joseph 38, 53 

Joseph B. 38, 53, 72 

Joseph T. 54, 74 

Josephine 74 

Lois (Stone) 18, 24, 26, 
205 

Mary 50 

Maiy B. 53 

Mary H. (Sheafe) 54, 74 

Nathalie E. 73 

Nathaniel U. 53, 73 

Phoebe 18, 24, 26, 205, 
206 

Sheafe 72 

Susan B. 53, 72 

Susanna 28, 36, 207 
Wallingford, Helen 129, 146 
Walton, Ehzabeth 92, 95, 
186, 191 



Walton, William 92, 186, 

191 
Ward, Isabel 58, 80 
Warden, Emma 65 

Gordon 44, 65 

Hannah E. (Lord) 44, 

65 
Mae (Kopf) [MacCarty 

65 
William G. 65 
Warren, Alexander 11 1, 
128, 227 
Lucy A. Ill, 128, 227 
Lucy (Kelly) in, 128, 

227 

Washburn, Mary 16 
Waterston, Anna C. L. 

(Quincy) 107, 121, 216, 

217 
Helen 217 
Helen (Cassie) 102, 107, 

214 
Helen E. 108, 121, 216, 

218 
Helen R. 121 
Hephzibah (Lord) 97, 102, 

107, 109, 124, 216, 218, 

291, 229 
Lucy A. H. 108, 123, 216, 

218 
Margaret 108 
Marion R. 108, 109, 124, 

216, 221, 224 
Martha 107 
Robert 97, 102, 107, 109, 

121, 124, 214-218, 221, 

229, 249, 250 
Robert C. 107, 121, 216 
Watrous, Hannah 44, 64 
Watson, Chades H. 57, 79 
Ellen (Mattock) [Davis] 

57, 79 
George L. 79 
Harry B. 79 
Susan F. (Bell) 57, 79 
WilHam 57, 79 
Watts, Alice H. 115, 135 
Augusta 104 
Caroline G. 115, 116 
Caroline (Goddard) 104, 

115, 213 
Edward 96, 97, loi, 102, 

104, 116 
Elizabeth 1 16 
Elizabeth (Lord) 97, 102, 

105 
Frances 1 1 5 



Index 



263 



Watts, Francis 96, 97, loi, 
102, 104, 105, 160, 213, 
248-250 
Francis O. 104, 115, 160, 

213 

Lucy G. 115 

Mary J. (Potter) 61 

Mary (Oxnard) 96, 97, 
loi, 102, 104 

Mehitable (Lord) 96, 101, 
104, 175, 213 

Robert H. 61 

Rosamond H. (Henshaw) 
61 

Samuel 61 

Sarah B. (Emerson) 104, 
116 
Weaving, John W. 50 

Margaret A. 50 

Mary (Walker) 50 
Webster, Daniel 211 
Wells (Judge) 31 

Susan A. (Lord) 31 
Wentworth, Elizabeth 166 

Martha 13 
Wessell, Ida 61 
Westman, Jane 48, 68 
Whalen, Margaret 118, 136 

Wheelwright, Esther ( ) 

197 

Hannah 197 

John 194-197, 199, 200, 
237. 238 

Joseph 197 

Marie (Storre) 196 

Mary 197 

Mary (Hutchinson) 196, 
197 

Mary (Snell) 197 

Robert 195 

Samuel 197, 238 

Sarah 194, 198 
Whipple, Benjamin 29 

Huldah P. (Lord) 
[Means] 29 

John 29 

Sarah (Tuttle) 29 
White, Sophia 118, 136 
Whiting, Caroline (Fry) 138, 



Whiting, Charles F. 138, 

154 

Donald N. 154 

Grace (Newell) 137, 154 

Henry K. 154 

Maurice H. 138, 154 
Whitney, Caroline 52, 71 

Robert P. 52, 71 

RuthF. ( ) 52,71 

Wichert, Heinriette (Sie- 
bert) 136, 154 

Herman 136, 154 

Louisa 136, 154 
Wilborn, Mary 167 
Wilder, Susannah 109, 223 
Willard, Samuel 17, 178, 

197 
Williams, Abigail (Lord) 97, 
102, 105, 106, 213 

Adelaide 119 

Agnes 1 19 

Albert N. 107, 120 

Charles 105, 107, 213, 214 

Charles B. 1 19 

Charles H. 154 

Charles K. 136, 154 

Charles W. 97, 102, 105, 
213, 214, 249, 250 

Cherry E. 136, 153 

Claudius B. 106, 1 19 

Claudius H. 12c 

Diantha F. 118, 137 

Diantha L. (Fiske) 105, 
117, 213 

Eleanor B. 120 

Ellen E. 118 

Florence 119, 138 

Francis F. 106 

Harriet N. 106, 118, 119, 

137 
Harriet N. (Walden) 106 
Henry 106 
Howard J. 136 
Ida H. 120, 139, 160 
Inez G. (Fullmer) 11 8, 

136 
John H. 106, 118, 135, 

136 
Joyce (Shellcock) 97, 102, 

105 



Williams, Louisa M. 120 

Louisa S. A. (Mahon) 
[Cooper] 107, 120 

Louisa (Wichert) 136, 154 

Margaret F. 136 

Mary 51, 56, 70, 77 

Mary A. 120 

Miriam (Kingsbury) 118, 
136 

Miriam L. 154 

Olive E. (Wise) 106, 119 

Serena J. 105, 1 16 

Tobias L. 106 

William 97, 102, 105, 227 
Wills, Caroline (Johnson) 

115. 134 
Francis L. 134 
Lillian G. 134 
Lucy S. (Lord) 114, 134 
Lulu M. (Devnell) 134 
Mary (Wadell) 167 
Martha 167 
Rufus 115, 134 
Rufus A. 115, 134 
Thomas 167 
Winslow, John 182, 235, 

237 
Winter, Marcia B. 40, 57 
Winthrop (Gov.) 188, 191 
Wise, Henry 14 

Jane L. (Perkins) 106, 120 

Mary 14 

Olive E. 106, 119 

William W. 106, 120 
Wiswall, Lucy 104, 115, 213 
Woodbridge, Frances 
(Poole) 54, 74 

Katherine 54, 74 

William S. 54, 74 

Woodbury, Agnes ( ) 

[Derby] 190 

Jerusha 93, 94 

Joanna (Humphrey) 190 

John 94, 184, 185, 190, 238 

Peter 94, 190, 238 

Sarah (Dodge) 190 
Wooley, George W. 44, 

65 
Hannah E. (Lord) 
[Wardell] 44, 65 



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THE 



ANCBSTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



Lieutenant Tobias Lord 



BY 

CHARLES HOWARD LORD 



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LORD GENEALOGY 



On tlie first page of tliis Circular appears the title- 
page of a volume just completed, which is devoted to 
a Genealogy of the Descendants of Lieutenant Tobias 
Lord, of Kennebunkport, Maine, through his two wives, 
— Mehitable Scammon, and Hephzibah Conant ; at the 
same time tracing his ancestry to Nathan Lord, the Im- 
migrant, who was in Kittery, Maine, in 1652. The lines 
of descent of his first wife from Humphrey Scammon, 
Elder William Brewster, of the " Mayflower," and Gov- 
ernor Thomas Prence ; and of his second wife from 
Roger Conant, Governor of the Massachusetts Colony 
at Cape Ann, 1624-26, the Woodbury, Boardmah and 
Dodge families, are given. To those are added full 
Biographic Notes of many prominent members of the 
family of the older generations, in both lines of descent, 
and also in collateral ancestral lines, including beside 
those mentioned above, Governer Hinckley of Plymouth 
Colony, the Wheelwrights, Littlefields, and many others, 
with Wills and Luentories. 



It is illustrated with about seventy engravings, — por- 
traits, maps, and pictures of some of the famous sailing 
vessels built and launched at Kennebunk by members 
of the family in the palmy days of American commerce. 
This volume is printed on the heavier grade of laid 
and tinted "Register" paper, and in only a very lim- 
ited edition (200 copies), each copy being numbered. 
Specially bound in cloth, gilt top and uncut, and en- 
closed in case. 

Price, $5.00 net. Sent on receipt of check in Boston 
or New York Funds, or P. O. Money Order. The book 
will be forwarded (express collect). If sent by mail, add 
twenty-four cents to above. 

CHARLES E. LORD, 

24 Milk Street, Boston. 






JUN ] 9 193Q