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THE ANCESTORS, KIN AND DESCENDANTS 



OF 



JOHN WARDEN 



AND 



NARCISSA (DAVIS) WARDEN, 



HIS WIFE. 



Together with Records of some other Branches of 
Warden Family in America. 



BY 

WILLIAM A. WARDEN, 

WORCESTER, MASS., U. S. A. 

1901. 



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PREFACE, 

The compiler commenced to gather the facts contained in this 
book without the thought of publishing them, but simply for 
preservation ; but, becoming more interested in the matter as the 
material accumulated, resolved to put what had been obtained 
into book form, thinking that it might be of some aid to future 
genealogists who desire to complete*the work here outlined. 

Possibly some may feel aggrieved that fuller mention is not 
made of themselves or their families. Difficulties in tracing 
connections, or in obtaining full information, will explain the 
somewhat meagre references in some cases. 

I do not expect this work is free from errors, but I have tried 
to have them as few as possible and I will esteem it a favor if any 
of my readers will inform me of any errors that may come to their 
notice. I would be glad to receive any additions to family records 
for use when occasion may offer. 

In compiling this work I have made free use of public libraries, 
family Bibles, records of towns and cities, churches, antiquarian 
and genealogical societies, together with extended correspondence 
with scores of individuals and every other source of information 
within my reach. 

In the course of my researches for members of my own branch 
of the family, I have accumulated much data relative to other 
families, some perhaps deriving from the ydine ancestor, but, so 
far, not identified, and others distantly connected, if at all. For 
the benefit of future genealogists I will include them in this work. 

I wish to express my thanks for the help given me in this work 
by Mrs. Susan (Warden) Baker of Boston, for the use of the 
seal containing the Warden ** Coat of Arms " ; to Mr. Hubert P. 
Warden of Mexico, Mo. , for the use of the old Scottish manu- 
script of the Warden family ; to Mrs. John Arbuckle, of New 
York, Mrs. Walter Barber of Worcester, Mass., Mrs. Geo. K. 
McGaw of Baltimore, Md., Mrs. Mary F. Murtfeldt of Newburgli, 



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IV WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 

N. Y., Mrs. John Higden of St. Louis, Mo., Mr. W. F. Warden 
of Paris, France, Rev. W. M. Warden of Southington, Conn., 
Clifford Warden, Esq., of Washington, D.. C, Wm. Wallace 
Warden of Cincinnati, Ohio, James M. Warden of Wardensville, 
West Va., S. P. May, Esq., Newtonville. Mass., John W. 
Wheeler, Esq., of Orange, Mass., James A. S. Warden of New 
York City, D. H. Warden and Wm. E. Warden, for family 
records of the Warden family ; to Daniel Davis of Royalston, 
Mass., Hon. H. S. Peck of Burlington, Vt., E. A. Davis of 
Phillipsburg, Pa., Albert Johnson of Orange, Mass., John D. 
Howard, Esq., of Winchendon, Mass., E. A. Goddard, Esq., of 
Orange, Mass., Mrs. Lucy E. Wood of Coming, N. Y., and Miss 
E. E. Peirce of New Bedford, Mass., for records of the Davis 
family. I also wish to testify to the uniform kindness and 
courtesy of the city and town clerks, and the attendants at the 
libraries, where I had occasion to consult the books and records 
under their charge. 

In arranging this record I have given each person a serial 
number in Arabic figures and family number in Roman numerals. 
The column of figures on the left margin of page is from begin- 
ning to end of each branch the general enumeration. By this 
plan, to trace out any particular one you have only to take the 
number at head of chapter or paragraph and turn back to same 
number in the margin and you will there find the parentage, &c., 
and the same process continued will take you back to first 
generations. 



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WARDEN, (Scotland). 

Arms — Arg. a chevron gu. between 

three pears leaved vert. 
Ckest — A fleur-de-lis or. 
Motto — Industria et spe. 



WARDEN, (England). 

Arms — Arg. a chevron gu. between 

three pears leaved vert. 
Crest — Out of a crescent arg. an 
arrow sa. pointed and feathered or. 




Sir Rupert Warden, 
Knight of the Shire Rutland. 



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CONTENTS. 




Warden Family, Canada, 


92 






England, 


63 






England, 


143 






England and America, 


163 






* Illinois, 


140 






* Ireland and America, 


141 






Maryland, 


ICX3 






Massachusetts^ 


I 






New York, - 


108 






' Pennsylvania, 


120 






Salem, Mass., 


65 






Scotland, 


97 






' Scotland, 


159 






Scotland and America, 


165 






' Stonington, Conn., 


59 






Vermont, 


118 






Virginia, 


145 






Virginia and Kentucky, 


103 






' West Virginia, 


85 


ASHBY 


' - - . . 


158 


Beli. 


' - - _ - 


33 


Bridge 


* . - . - 


82 


Carpenter * 


' .... 


51 


CUNNABELL * 


• - - - . 


31 


DAVIS 


' Haverhill^ Mass«^ 


- 167 


DURFRE * 


' - . - . 


44 


Gore * 


* - - - - 


35 


Healy * 


* - - . > 


36 


Perb 


.Y 


* _ - - _ 


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WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



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PART I. 



WARDEN FAMILY. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 



The Warden ancestors of John Warden of Worcester we have 
not been able to trace back of his grandfather, Samuel. Tradition 
has it that this branch came from Scotland and settled in the 
vicinity of Boston, Mass., but after a most thorough search of 
city, town, county, and church records and such other sources of 
information as we have had access to, we have been unable to 
trace the line back of Samuel Warden who married Miriam Bell, 
30 March, 1769. 

At the time of his death, which occurred at Worcester, 28 Dec, 
1 8 15, the newspaper report gave bis age as 76 years which, if 
true, would make his birth sometime in 1739. (In the old bible 
of his son there is no record of him whatever. ) No record of the 
birth of a Samuel Warden in Boston or -vicinity has been found 
that would correspond to this date except a record of the baptism 
in the ** West Church/' Boston, of Samuel Warden, April 1740, 
but this does not mention parents' names. It is possible, although 
I have found no proof, that he was the son of Randolph Warden 
who married Elizabeth Herbert in 1738. They were married at 
the same church and the minister was a Scotchman. There is 
one other straw pointing in this direction. The record of the 
baptisrji of Samuel's second daughter says, ** that the child was, 
by the mistake of the father, called Elizabeth when baptized". 
Now, if Samuel was a son of Randolph and Elizabeth Warden, 
he might have given his mother's name instead of Abigail, the 
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2 WARDKN FAMII^Y GBNBALOGY. 

The first authentic record we have, is that he was living in 
Boston in 1769 and that he married on the 30th of March, 1769, 
Miriam Bell, daughter of Daniel and Miriam (Gore) Bell, of 
Boston, the ceremony being performed by Dr. Cooper at the 
Brattle Street Church. Samuel was admitted to covenant in the 
Second Church, 14 July, 1771, at the time his first child was 
baptized. The family were among the last to leave Boston at the 
time the British occupied the city. They moved to Worcester, 
Mass. , where they made it their home as long as they lived. The 
only public record we find in Worcester is one where Samuel 
Warden sold shares in school-house lot, in 1795, his children 
being grown up at that time. He died, 28 Dec., 1815. 

Of his wife, Miriam, we have been able to get more information. 
She was a daughter of Daniel and Miriam (Gore) Bell and a 
grand-daughter of Daniel and Abigail (Cunnabell) Bell of Boston. 
The Bells were in Boston as early as 1700. The Gores came to 
America in 1634 and the Cunnabells in 1674. The Cunnabell 
house was on what is now Hanover Street between Washington 
Street and Friend Street The Bells owned land at lower end of 
Sudbury Street near mill pond and the Gores owned land on 
Orange Street, a common highway between Boston and Roxbury. 
(For record of their families and abstracts of their wills, see page 
31.) Miriam (Bell) Warden^s name is on a deed as witness 
where her sister Abigail Ridgway and her husband deeded land 
on Temple Street, Boston, in 1770. The Massachusetts Spy, 
published in Worcester, 9 Aug., 1797, gave the following notice : 
** Died in this town, very suddenly, Mrs. Miriam Warden, wife of 
Mr. Samuel Warden '\ Her body was the first to be buried in the 
cemetery known as *' Mechanic Street Graveyard *', her husband 
owning Lot No. 9. A few years ago the remains were removed 
to the Warden Lot in Hope Cemetery. 



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WARDEN FAMII.Y GENKAI^OGY. 



GENEALOGY. 



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Samtsel' Wardefv married in Boston, 30 March, 1769, Miriam 
Bell, daughter of Daniel and Miriam (Gore) Bell. He died 
28 Dec, 1815. 

Three children were born to this couple : 

2 i. Miriam* Warden, born 1771, baptized 14 July, 1771, lived to be 

78 year6 of age but was never married. She was blind for 
many years and made her home with her brother Samuel. 
She died of small-pox, 3 July, 1849. 

3 ii. Abigail* Warden, born 1773, baptized April 1773. Records say 

this child was by the mistake of father, called Elizabeth when 
baptized. She married Perly Healy. 

4 iii. Samuel* Warden Jr., bom 3 March, 1775, in Boston, baptized in 

Second Church, 12 March, 1775, died 19 Oct., 1862. 



3* 

Abigfail' or ^'Nabby'' Warden, daughter of Samuel' and Miriam 
(Bell) Warden, born in Boston, Mass., 11 April, 1773, 
removed to Worcester, Mass., in 1776, and died there, 
Thursday, 3 Aug., 1847. She married Perlys (Joseph^, 
Joshua^, Nathaniel*, William') Healy, of Worcester, the 
ceremony being performed by Rev. S. Austin. (For Healy 
family see page 36. ) 

They had three children : 

5 i. Eliza Warden^ Healy, born 4 July, 1804. 

6 ii. AbigaiP Healy, born 20 Dec, 1807. 

7 iii. John Whitmore^ Healy, born 5 June, 18 n. 



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SAMUEL WARDEN. 
( Taken at 86 years of age.) 

4* 

Samuel^ Warden, son of Samuel' and Miriam (Bell) Warden, 
born in Boston, 3 March, 1775, went with his parents to 
Worcester in 1775 or 6, was educated in the village school 
and learned the trade of house- joiner and cooper. On 21 
April, 1804, he bought a house at what is now the corner of 
Pleasant and High Streets, where he lived until 23 Oct., 
1833, when he sold it to David Wilder Jr. He married 
Tamasin Harrington, daughter of Elijah Harrington of 
Worcester, 22 Jan., 1796. This marriage brought eight 
children. In 181 1, by the death of Elijah Harrington, 
Tamasin and Samuel received a house and eight acres of land 
on Grafton Street in Worcester, Mass. This land and house 
they sold to Clark Wellington, in 18 14. Samuel was made 
executor of Elijah Harrington's will. In 18 12, he sold the 
one-half pew No. 15, in First Parish Meeting House that 
belonged to Elijah Harrington, to John Earle. Samuel was a 
man above the medium height, light complexion, blue eyes, 
erect in bis walk, ^ great hand to laugh and very g^enial to 



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all. He was a man much respected and loved by his neigh- 
bors. His wife, Tamasin, died in 1830, aged 54 years, and 
was buried in Lot No. 64 in the East Worcester Graveyard. 
(The remains were removed to Grove Street Cemetery when 
this graveyard was abandoned. ) 




SAMUEL WARDEN HOMESTEAD. 

He married a second wife in 1833. She was Miss Sallie 
Waters, daughter of John and Keziah Waters of Worcester. 
She was born in 1768 and died 3 Oct., 1861, aged 93 years. 
At the time of this marriage they moved to the residence on 
South Street (now Park Street) where they lived until their 
decease. He died 19 Oct. , 1862, aged 87 years. No children 
by this marriage. His son-in-law Wilson Wheeler was 
administrator of his estate. 

Children of Samuel and Tamasin (Harrington) Warden : 

i. William^ Warden, born 24 March, 1797, married Eliza Ward, 15 
April, 1822, was a baker by trade and resided in Hartford, 
Conn, He died 18 Feb., 1827, aged 30 years, leaving no chil- 



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dren. She married for her second husband, Captain Lemuel 
Healy of Dudley, the son of Major Lemuel and Dolly (Corbin) 
Healy. They had three children. 
9 ii. Samuel' Warden, born 22 Nov., 1798, married Sarah Cutting of 
Templeton, Mass., died 8 Dec., 1861. 

10 iii. Miriam BelP Warden, 25 Aug., 1800, married George Cleveland, 

died 18 Nov., 1847. 

11 iv. Henry' Warden, bom 30 March, 1802, died 31 July, 1817, aged 

15 years. 

12 V. Catherine Holmes' Warden, bom 8 July, 1805, married Wilson 

Wheeler, 26 May, 1830, died 12 Aug., 1876. 

13 vi. Charles' Warden, born 24 Feb., 1808, married Elizabeth Man- 

ning, died 28 March, 1840. 

14 vii. Nancy' Warden, bom 13 Aug., 1810, died 19 Dec, 1813, aged 3 

years. 

15 viii. John' Warden, born 13 Feb., 1814, married Narcissa Davis, 14 

June, 1837, died 22 June, 1865. 



5. 

Eliza "Warden^ Hcaly, daughter of Perlys and Abigail* {Samuel^) 
(Warden) Healy, bom Wednesday, 4 July, 1804. Married 
(i) George Healy, on 24 Feb., 1831. He died 7 Sept., 1831. 
Married (2) James White of Worcester, 15 April, 1834. She 
died 4 April, 1839, ^^^ was buried in the White Lot at 
Grove Street Cemetery. 

Two children were born to this couple : 

16 i. James Arden* White, born 9 July, 1837, died 5 June, 1839. 

17 ii. Eliza Fox* White, bom 30 March, 1835, married Benjamin Allen 

Aug. 1858. He was prominent and well known among musi- 
cal people. They had one son, James, who died in young 
mcmnood. 



AbSgfail^ Hcaly, daughter of Perlys and Abigail* {Samuel^) 
(Warden) Healy, bom Monday, 20 Dec., 1807. Married 
(i) Mr. Knight, 21 April, 1829 and (2) Mr. Gates, i Nov., 
1836. She died 22 Oct., 1838. 

She had one child by second husband : 

18 i. Abigail Elizabeth* Gates, bom 9 Sept., 1838. 



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7. 

John Wfeitmorc^ Hcaly^ son of Perlys and Abigail* {Samuef) 
(W^arden) Healy, bom 5 June, 181 1. Married Lucretia 
Parker, 26 Dec, 1833, died at Worcester, 6 June, 1882. 

Five children bom to this couple : 

19 i. Mary Elizabctli^ Healy, born 23 Sept., 1834, married (i) W. H. 

Demond, 12 June, 1854. He died in 1857. Married (2) 
Walter Barber of Springfield, 3 Oct , 1857. 

20 ii. Ellen Louisa* Healy, born 6 Nov., 1841, married Albert A. Youngi 

4 Aug., 1862. 

21 iii. John P.* Healy, born 13 March, 1838, married Almira Bowers 

of Needham, 12 Feb., 1865, died 18 Feb., 1894. She died 23 
March, 1866. 

22 iy. William Parker* Healy, born 20 April, 1847, died 24 Dec., 1849. 

23 V. Emma Azubah* Healy, born i Aug., 1852, married Henry Perry, 

22 Jan., 1873. 



9. 

.Samuel^ Wardeiv son of Samuel* {Samuel^) and Tamasin (Har- 
rington) Warden, born 22 Nov., 1798, married Sarah Cutting 
of Templeton, Mass. She was born in 1798 and died in 1872, 
aged 74 years. He was a carpenter by trade, owned land on 
Grafton Street which he bought oif Fred. W. Paine, April 
1835. He lived there many years and then moved into the 
house with his father on Park Street. In 1829, he received 
a farm of fifty acres on condition that he would give half of 
the income to the grantor and his wife as long as they lived. 
This was deeded back to them in 1832. They had no 
children, but a nephew, Samuel-* Warden, lived with them 
after his father's death in 1840. Samuel^ Warden died 8 
Dec, 1 86 1, his wife surviving him a number of years. 



10. 

Miriam Bcll^ Warden^ daughter of Samuel* {Samuel^) and 
Tamasin (Harrington) Warden, born in Worcester, Mass., 
25 Aug., 1800, married George Cleveland, a carpenter by 



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occupation, on the 23d of March, 1823. She died 18 Nov., 
1847. 

They had seven children : 

24 i. Harr^ W.* Cleveland, born 18 July, 1824, died 11 June, 1882. 

25 ii. William Liberty* Cleveland, born 29 Dec, 1826, died 27 Feb., 

1850. 

26 iii. Warren Wheeler* Cleveland, bom 8 Sept., 1829. Now living. 

27 iv. John Warden* Cleveland, born 3 Feb., 1834. 

28 v. Mary Scott* Cleveland, born i June, 1837, died 13 Jan., 1879. 

29 vi. • Sarah Ann* Cleveland, born 13 Jan., 1840, died 3 Sept., 1880. 

30 vii. Eliza Healy* Cleveland, born 9 Jan., 1844. 

George Cleveland married, for his second wife, Mary G. 
Parminter. He died in 1877, aged 79 years. 



Catherine Hohncs^ Warden^ daughter of SamueP {Samuel') and 
Tamasin (Harrington) Warden, born in Worcester, 8 July, 
1805, where she resided until 26 May, 1830, when she mar- 
ried Wilson Wheeler of Orange, Mass., and removed her 
residence to that place, where she lived the remainder of her 
life. She died 2 Aug., 1876, aged 71 years, 2*4 days. Her 
husband, Wilson Wheeler, born Oct. 1804, son of Zacheus 
and Betsy (Dexter) Wheeler, was one of the su^bstantial 
citizens of Orange. He was a man of affairs and was often 
called upon to administer estates of deceased persons. He 
held the office of deputy sheriff of Franklin County from 
1852 to 1867. He died 26 Dec, 1887, aged 83 years, 2 
months. His mother, Betsy (Dexter) Wheeler, was sister 
tp Lucy (Dexter) Davis, the mother of Narcissa (Davis) 
Warden who married his brother-in-law, John Warden. 

They had nine children : 

31 i. Catherine Elizabeth* Wheeler, born 6 Feb., 1831. 

32 ii. John Wilson* Wheeler, born 20 Nov., 1832. 

33 iii. Sarah Warden* Wheeler, born 23 Nov., 1834. 

34 iv. Erastus Otis* Wheeler, bom 27 Oct., 1836. 

35 V. Emily Davis* Wheeler, born 26 Sept., 1838, died 24 Dec, 1887, 

36 vi. Francis Dexter* Wheeler, born 28 June, 1840, 



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37 vii. Eliza Ann* Wheeler, bom i6 June, 1842. 

38 viii. Evelena Jane* Wheeler, bom 20 Aug., 1843. 

39 ix. Nancy Maria* Wheeler, bom 3 Jan., 1845, died 28 Aug., 1848. 



13. 

Charles^ Warden^ son of SamueP {Samuel^) and Tamasin (Har- 
rington) Warden, born 24 Feb., 1808, at Worcester, married 
in 1830, Elizabeth Manning, the daughter of Jesse and Mary 
(Durrah) Manning. She was born in 1810 and died in 1848. 
He was a shoemaker by trade and died 28 March, 1840. 

They had four children : 

40 i. Mary Elizabeth* Warden, born 3 Jan., 1832. At the death of her 

father she went to live with her uncle John where she died 16 
March, 1843. 

41 ii. Charles Stillman* Warden, born 20 Feb., 1833, died 16 March, 

1898. 

42 iii. Samuel* Warden, born 27 Feb., 1834. At the death of his father 

he went to live with his uncle Samuel. 

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JOHN WARDEN. 
( Taken in 1843.) 

John^ Wardefv son of Samuel^ {Samuel^) andTamasin (Harring- 
ton) Warden, was bom in Worcester, 13 Feb., 1814. Went 
to the public schools of the town. He was a man of medium 
height, light or sandy complexion, blue eyes and high cheek 
bones. He learned the business of a merchant tailor and for 
many years carried on that business on Main Street near 
Harrington Corner. Soon after his marriage he built a house 
on Park Street where he and his wife lived until their decease. 
He became interested in real estate very extensively, making 
183 transfers of real estate from 1843 to 1863, but in the hard 
times during the Civil War, lost the fortune he had 
accumulated. He never recovered from this blow and died in 
June 1865. His estate was settled by his wife as adminis- 
tratrix. He was a prominent member of the first Methodist 
Church and when the first church was burned, was instru- 
mental in buying the land and erecting the church on Park 
Street. He was always one of the earnest supporters of it 
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NARCI88A WARDEN. 
{Taken in 1888.) 

He held the oflBce of trustee or steward for many years, was 
librarian of Sunday School for more than thirty years. Was 
a life member of the Missionary Society of that denomination. 
He was a Republican in politics and took an active part 
although he never held public oflBce. He was a man beloved 
by all, was a great friend of children and always had several 
with him whenever he drove out. 

He married Narcissa Davis of Orange, daughter of John^ 
(Johns, John-*, Elisha^, James*, James') and Lucy (Dexter) 
Davis, 14 June, 1837. Her father, grandfather and two 
uncles were Revolutionary soldiers. She was bom in Orange, 
30 Nov., 18 1 2. After the decease of her husband, Narcissa 
Warden continued to live at the residence on Park Street, 
making a home for the children. (Her daughter, Abbie L. 
Carpenter occupying a tenement in the same house. ) She 
was an active member of the Methodist Church as long as 
health permitted. The last years of her life were years of ill 
health and suffering which she bore with Christian fortitude. 



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She died 14 Oct., 1891, aged 78 years, beloved by all who 
knew her. Memorial windows have been placed in Park 
Avenue Methodist Church in Worcester, in memory of John 
and Narcissa Warden. (For genealogy of Davis family, see 
Part II.) 




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45 
46 



JOHN WARDEN RESIDENCE. 



They had three children : 



i. Abbie Ivouise* Warden, born 7 January, 1840. 
ii. John Davis* Warden, born 3 Dec, 1845. 
iii. William Albert* Warden, born 2 March, 1852. 



Gttherine Elizabeth* WhecUt, daughter of Wilson and Catherine 
Holmes^ (Samuel^, Samuel^) (Warden) Wheeler, born 6 
Feb., 1 83 1, at Orange, Mass., married 26 Sept., i860, to 
George P. Clark (a widower). He died 28 Jan., 1893. 
They had no children. She is now living in Hubbardston, 



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JOHN WILSON WHEELER. 

32. 

John Wilson^ Whcdcr, the oldest son of Wilson and Catherine 
Holmes^, {Samuel^, Samuel^) (Warden) Wheeler, was born 
in Orange, Mass., 20 Nov., 1832. His early educational 
advantages were limited to those afforded by the common 
schools which were kept by men poorly paid and often poorly 
qualified for their work ; but he made good use of his oppor- 
tunities. Much of his early life was passed as a farmer and 
carpenter and, though being compelled to accept these 
positions, neither of them were congenial to him, yet until 
a better opportunity offered, he worked uncomplainingly but 
with the determination to change his vocation at the earliest 
practical moment. In 1855, he entered the grocery store of 
Joseph Baldwin, of Fitchburg where he worked for $125 a 
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offered more salary, he returned to his native town and 
entered the general store of Daniel Pomeroy. Here he 
remained three years. In 1859, he succeeded Mr. Pomeroy 
in business which he conducted through the next three years 
as sole proprietor. During this time, although the financial 
results had not been large, he had succeeded in establi»shing 
a reputation as a business man of ability and integrity, and 
with the financial assistance of D. E. Cheeney and R. E. 
Carpenter, he was enabled to purchase the grocery store of 
A. J. Clark. He entered upon his new venture with that 
determination which has since been so clearly shown in his 
business enterprises and conducted it with marked success 
until 1867 when he became a member of the firm of A. F. 
Johnson & Co., who had just started, in a small way, the 
manufacture of sewing machines in Orange. This new 
enterprise on a wider plan at once afforded him a full scope 
for his marvelous energy and ability, and there was need of 
all his resources. His cool and careful judgment was a most 
necessary adjunct at that experimental stage of the sewing 
machine manufacture. The product was small and the 
trouble about patents was constantly claiming attention, and 
it required the finest skill and judgment to successfully carry 
the business through this trying period. The firm was 
^hanged to a corporation and Mr. Wheeler became secretary 
and treasurer. It continued under this management until 
1882, when its name was changed to **New Home Sewing 
Machine Company *' and Mr. Wheeler became vice-president 
and treasurer and from the beginning he has been the finan- 
cial manager of the entire industry. When the business 
started they employed forty men while now there are over 
six hundred employed and the daily capacity amounts to 
four hundred sewing machines, and this institution justly 
ranks among the leading and representative industries of 
Western Massachusetts. Mr. Wheeler has not only been 
the active head and manager of this large corporation, the 
duties and details of which are very exacting, but he has 
also found time to interest himself in every movement tend- 
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the Orange Savings Bank, president of the Orange National 
Bank, president of the Orange Power Company, president of 
the Orange Board of Trade, president of the Boston Mutual 
Life Insurance Company, a director of the Athol and Orange 
Street Railroad and of the Leavitt Machine Company. He 
married, 9 Oct., 1856, Miss Almira E. Johnson, daughter of 
Daniel and Almira (Porter) Johnson of North Orange. 
Three children blessed their union. Mr. Wheeler is a social 
and genial man prominently identified with the Masonic 
Fraternity. He was one of the founders of the Orange 
Lodge, was its first secretary and afterwards its treasurer. 
He is a member of Crescent Royal Arch Chapter and for 
several years its treasurer, and he is also a member of the 
Orange Commandery of Knights Templar. Politically, Mr. 
Wheeler is a Republican and has ever taken an earnest and 
active interest in the success of his party. He has held 
various positions always discharging his duties with honor to 
himself and satisfaction to his fellow townsmen. He was 
town clerk of Orange from 1861 to 1867. In 1864, ^^ was 
appointed a justice of the peace. He was selectman in 1866. 
In 1876, he represented the First Franklin District in the 
Legislature, serving upon the finance committee. In 1888, 
he was a delegate from the Eleventh District to the National 
Convention at Chicago, which nominated Harrison and 
Morton. Mr. Wheeler also takes a decided interest in 
agricultural affairs and is owner of a beautiful farm near 
Orange Village, called '* Grand View *'. He is a breeder of 
fine horses and cattle and a lover of good stock generally. 
In 1 89 1, he was president of the Worcester Agricultural and 
Mechanical Society at Athol, and in the annual report a high 
tribute was paid to him for the enthusiasm and interest he 
manifested in the success of the Society. Mr. Wheeler is 
strongly attached to his native town and although having 
travelled extensively throughout our country, he always 
returns to Orange with increased love for the old town. In 
1898, Mr. Wheeler was elected president of the ''New 
Home Sewing Machine Company '' and he also retained the 
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due to his tireless industry, to his 'promptness, that never 
failed to meet every financial obligation, however trivial or 
however large, to his remarkable personal attention to details 
and to a probity and courage tempered with caution which 
have made him sagacious and successful in a remarkable 
degree. Cautious and shrewd, a business man of the highest 
integrity and signal ability, rich in experience, large hearted, 
of great energy, faithful in all his relations, above fear and 
beyond reproach. 

Children : 

47 i. Marion L.* Wheeler, born 31 May, 1857. 

48 ii. Clara Jane* Wheeler, born 8 June, i860, died 31 Aug., i860. 

49 iii. Rosa A.* Wheeler, born 14 Oct., 1861, died 25 Feb., 1863. 



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Sarah Warden^ Whcclcr, daughter of Wilson and Catherine 
Holmes^ {Samuel^y Samuel^) (Warden) Wheeler, born in 
Orange, Mass., 23 Nov., 1834, married Charles Barber, 
wheelwright, at Athol, 10 Feb., 1858. He was born 12 
June, 1834, and died 28 July, 1899. 

They had four children : 

50 i. Charles Herbert* Barber, born 8 May, i860, married Lucelia 

Walker of Greenwich, Mass., 9 Nov., 1883. They had four 
children. 

51 ii. Ernest Timothy* Barber, born 22 March, 1865, died 14 May, 

1869. 
' 52 iii. Arthur James* Barber, born i May, 1870, married Margaret E. 
Jones of New Rockland, Canada. 
53 iv. Alice Jane* Barber, born i May, 1870, married Herbert Kent of 
Rochester, Vt. They had two children. . 



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Erastus Otis^ Wheeler, son of Wilson and Catherine Holmes^ 
{Samuel^, Samuel^) (Warden) Wheeler, born 27 Oct., 1836, 
married Maria Brown, daughter of Josiah and Harriet Erown 
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Children : 

54 i. Clara Alma* Wheeler, bom in Orange, 19 Jan., 1862. 

55 ii. Abbie Gertrude* Wheeler, bom in Northfield, 8 May, 1864, mar- 

ried, 5 Sept., 1884, to Walter P. Maynard of Keene, N. H. 
They have five children. 

56 iii. Arthur Otis* Wheeler, born in Northfield, 18 Nov., 1866, married 

23 Jan., 1889, to Mary Ella Dovle, daughter of John and Mary 
Doyle of Providence, R. I. They have two children. 

57 iv. Hattie Warden* Wheeler, born 27 July, 1872, married William 

Leon Chamberlain, son of William and Mary Chamberlain of 
Farley, Mass., i June, 1892. 

58 v. Herbert Wilson* Wheeler, born 27 July, 1872, married Ellen 

Bertha Leonard of Greenfield, i March, 1898. They have two 
children. 



36. 

Frances Dexter^ Whcclcr, daughter of Wilson and Catherine 
Holmes^ {Samuel*, Samuel^) (Warden) Wheeler, born 28 
June, 1840, married Augustus Fry at Orange, Mass., 28 
June, i860. He was bom in Jaffrey, N. H., 12 Nov., 1836. 
He was in the employ of the New Home Sewing Machine 
Company. 

They had three children : 

59 i. George Wilson* Fry, bom 19 March, 1863, at Meriden, Conn., 

married Ida Sophia Hastings of South Deerfield, 23 Sept., 
1885. 

60 ii. Lizzie Adeline* Fry, born 10 May, 1874 at Orange, Mass., mar- 

ried Frank L. Waters at Orange, 11 Aug., 1897. 

61 iii. Winthrope Hastings* Fry, born 6 July, 1886, at South Deerfield, 

Mass. 



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Eliza Ann^ Wheeler, daughter of Wilson and Catherine Holmes^ 
{Samuel:*, Samuel^) (Warden) Wheeler, bom at Orange, 
Mass., 16 June, 1842, married Otis J. Stockwell, 7 July, 1868. 
He was bom at Athol, Mass., 26 Sept., 1844. They reside 
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Five children : 

62 i. Fred O.* Stockwell, born in Athol, 16 May, i860. 

63 ii. Harry L.* Stockwell, born in Athol, 9 March, 1872, married 

Maggie B. Sweeney, 28 Aug., 1895. She was born in Chatham, 
N. B., 20 Oct., 1872. 

64 iii. Maria A.* Stockwell, born in Athol, 4 Feb., 1874. 

65 iv. Ethel C* Stockwell, bom in Athol, 5 Feb., 1879. 

66 V. Chellis W.* Stockwell, bom in Athol, 7 July, 1886, 



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Evelena Jane^ Whcekr, daughter of Wilson and Catherine 
Holmes^ {Samuet^ Samuel^) (Warden) Wheeler, bom in 
Orange, 20 Aug., 1843, married Charles H. Barton, 18 Oct., 
1865. 

They had three children of whom two died in infancy : 

67 i. Alice M.* Barton married W. W. Whitney and they have five 
children. 



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Charles Stillman^ Warden, son of Charles3 {Samuel^, Samuel^) 
and Elizabeth (Manning) Warden, bom 20 Feb., 1833, died 
in Northfield, Mass., 16 March, 1898, was a farmer, married 
(i) Mary Ann Rich at Athol. 

They had two children : 

68 i. Minnie E.* Warden, born 10 Nov., 1858. 

69 ii. Lina J.* Warden, 28 Jan., 1861. 

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SAMUEL WARDEN. 

42. 

Samuel^ Warden, son of Charles^ {Samuel'', Samuel^) and Eliza- 
beth (Manning) Warden, was born at North Orange, Mass., 
27 Feb., 1834. At the death of his father in 1840, he went 
to live with his uncle, Samuel Warden at Worcester, Mass. , 
where he obtained his education. He married Hattie E. 
Bartlett in 1851. They had one child, Vincent E. O. War- 
den, bom 10 Aug., 1859 and died in Boston, 28 July, 1865. 
Samuel became a member of the police department at the 
Quincy Market in 1863 ; was deputy superintendent many 
years. He was held in high esteem by the marketmen and 
was the recipient of many testimonials from them in 
appreciation of his services. In 1898 he retired with a 
pension. He then moved back to Worcester, the home of 
his childhood. He was a prominent Odd Fellow and Free 
Mason. 

They had one child : 

70 i. Vincent E. O.* Warden, bom 10 Aug., 1859, died 28 July, 1865. 
They adopted a girl in 1893 and named her Lulu B. Warden ; 
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ABBIE L. (WARDEN) CARPENTER. 

Abbie Louise^ Warden, daughter of John^ {Samuel^, Samuel^) 
and Narcissa7 (Davis) Warden, born in Worcester, Mass., 7 
J^., 1840, educated in the public schools, member of the 
Methodist Church and always took an interest in the work 
of the church and especially in that of missions. She married 
Charles H. Carpenter, 10 Oct., i860. He was the son of 
Seba and Melinda Carpenter, born in Douglas, Mass. , 4 Oct. , 
1839. He came to Worcester, Mass., when a boy and re- 
ceived his education in the public schools of the city. He 
entered into the employment of Henry O. Clark in the fancy 
dry goods business. Later the business was conducted by 
Martin Stowe and then he entered the dry goods store of 
Josiah H. Clark where he remained as clerk until he entered 
the firm in 1882. In 1896, he with two others succeeded J. 
H. Clark & Co. under the firm name of Johnson, Carpenter 
& Co. He early identified himself with the Methodist 
Church on Park Street and was one of the first Official Board 
of Grace M. E. Church when that church was organized in 
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CHARLES H. CARPENTER. 

Steward or trustee. He has been honored by nearly every 
ofl&ce within the gift of the church. He was one of the 
original members of the Young Men's Christian Association. 
He was a life member of Worcester County Mechanics Associ- 
ation and of Montacute Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, 
also a member of Worcester Board of Trade. He was a 
Republican in politics. 

They had one daughter : 

71 i. Miniola Louise* Carpenter, born 6 July, 1865, died 15 June, 1884. 

They afterwards adopted a girl and named her 

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JOHN DAVIS WARDEN. 

John Davis^ Warden^ son of John^, {Samuel^, Samuel^^ and 
Narcissa7 (Davis) Warden, born at Worcester, Mass. , 3 Dec. , 
1845, was educated in the public schools and learned the 
machinists trade. From 1867 to 1870, he was an instructor 
in the Worcester Polytechnic Institute. In 187 1-2, he was at 
woik upon the big bridge at St. Louis, Mo., from 1873 to 

1876 was in the free-stone business in Fall River, and from 

1877 to 1884 in the crockery business with his brother in 
Worcester. In 1886, he returned to Fall River where he 
remained many years and acquired considerable real estate. 
He was a mechanical expert and worked out several inven- 
tions. Was a member of the Methodist Church and was a 
Republican in politics. He married Sarah L. Nichols, 
daughter of Lafayette Nichols of Fall River, 26 March, 1874. 

They had two children : 

73 i. Frederick Albert* Warden, born 24 April, 1875. 

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William Albert^ Warden, son of John^ (Samuel* ^ Samuel^) and 
Narcissa7 (Davis) Warden, born in Worcester, Mass., 2 
March, 1852, and educated in the public schools of his native 
city. He left school at the age of sixteen and learned the 
cabinetmakers trade. In 1872, at the age of twenty, he 
went into the business of manufacturing picture frames in 
company with George Nolan. This partnership lasted until 
1877, when in company with his brother John D. Warden, 
he opened a wholesale and retail crockery and glass-ware 
establishment under the firm name of Warden Bros. This 
business was sold out in 1884, when he went into the real 
estate business with Willis F. Phelps, the firm name being 
Warden and Phelps, this business being more congenial to 
his taste. The firm had under their control several large 
estates in addition to doing a regular brokerage business and 
in 1889, they added the business of buying and developing 
large tracts of suburban property. In this they were quite 
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MRS. WILLIAM A. WARDEN. 

this firm and sold to people desiring suburban homes. Mr. 
Warden was often consulted in regard to value of real estate 
and has acted as expert witness in many real estate cases in 
court. His services were often secured in appraising prop- 
erty for probate purposes in settling estates. He has acted 
as conveyancer in a great many cases. He held commission 
as justice of the peace and notary public under Governors 
Robinson, Ames, Brackett, Russell, Greenhalge, Walcott, 
and Crane. In politics, he was always a Republican and 
took an active interest in all such matters, was a member of 
the ward and city committees of that party for many years, 
and was inspector of elections several terms. Was interested 
in the no-license campaign and was treasurer of both city 
and county committees. His interest in politics led him to 
attend, as visitor, the great National Conventions of the 
Republican Party at Chicago in 1888, and at Minneapolis in 
1892. He joined the Sunday School of the Park Street 
Methodist Church in 1857 and when that church was sold in 
1870, went with the rest to Trinity M. E. Church. He 
joined the church in 1877 ^^^ was an active member of all 
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Was member of the Official Board for many years holding office 
as steward and trustee, was on the finance committee and assis- 
tant treasurer. In 1896, when the church was re-decorated, 
he was chairman of the decoration committee. In 1900, he 
was elected by the Lay Electoral Conference as a reserve 
delegate to the General Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church at Chicago, 111., in May 1900. He was 
secretary, for several years, of the Worcester City Mission 
and Church Extension Society. He was secretary of the 
Twentieth Century Thank Offering Commission in 189^- 
1900, and secretary of the Methodist Social Union in 
1897-8. Was connected with the Knights of Pythias and 
Knights of Malta, a member of Montacute Lodge of Free 
Masons, Eureka Chapter, Hiram Council, and Worcester 
County Commandery of Knights Templars. Was, for four 
years, secretary of the Masonic Mutual Relief Association of 
Central Massachusetts. Was a director of the Young Men's 
Christian Association. Mr. Warden spent a large part of his 
winters for many years in traveling in the South, in Califor- 
nia, and in visiting all parts of our country and Canada. He 
married Ella M. Durfee, daughter of Benj amine and Betsie 
C. Durfee of Fall River, Mass., in April 1876. She was born 
in Fall River, 23 April, 1854. (For Durfee genealogy see 
under Durfee family. ) 

To them were born four children : 

75 i. Florence Durfee* Warden, born 30 Dec., 1876. 

76 ii. William Vincent* Warden, born 2 Nov., 1883, died Victoria, 

B. C. 12 May, 1894. 

77 iii. Charles Franklin* Warden, born 11 Dec, 1886. 

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62. 

Ffcd 0.5 StockwcII, son of O. J. and Eliza Ann^ (Wheeler) 
Stockwell, bom i6 May, 1869, married Emma E. Newton, 
26 April, 1895. She was bom 4 Feb., 1869 in Vernon, Vt. 

One child : 

79 i. Alton v.* Stockwell, born 22 June, 1896. 



73* 

Frederick Albert^ "Warden, son of John D.-* {John^, Samuel?-, Sam- 
uel^) and Sarah (Nichols) Warden, born 24 April, 1875, at 
Fall River, Mass., was educated in the public schools of 
Worcester and Fall River. Learned the furniture business. 
He was married to Emma B. Gerry at Fall River, 4 Nov. , 
1896. 

They have two children : 

80 i. Mary Louisa' Warden, born 17 Oct., 1897. 

81 ii. Earle Frederic' Warden, born 20 Dec, 1899. 



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CUNNABELL. 

John Cunnabell, the first of this name to come to America, was 
bom in London, England, 25 Jan., 1649-50, came to America and 
located in Boston about 1674, where he remained until his death 
in 1724. He was a joiner by occupation and lived on what is now 
the south side of Hanover Street between Washington and Friend 
Streets. He was married three times. The name of his first 
wife is not known. She died in Boston in 1687. He had by his 
first wife, two sons and three daughters. The sons had no chil- 
dren. He married for his second wife, Sarah Clayes, daughter of 
Peter and Hannah (Iyittlefiel4) Clayes of Salem, Mass. By her 
he had four children, one son and three daughters and through 
this son all bearing this name in America have descended. He 
married for his third wife, Martha Hely, 10 Dec, 1700, and by 
her he had one child. He died in Boston in 1724. 

He left a will, dated 25 March, 1724, in which he left the 
income of his estate and so much of the principal as was necessary 
for her support, to his wife, Martha Cunnabell, and at her decease 
the estate was to be divided as follows, viz : Samuel, his son, was 
to have his working tools and was to have the first chance to buy 
the house where they lived and was to have twelve months in 
which to pay for the same, and all of the estate, except the tools, 
was to be divided equally between the following children : Samuel 
Cunnabell, Elizabeth, now wife of Thomas Wharton, Martha, 
now wife of Nathaniel Breck, Abigail, now wife of Daniel Bell, 
Hannah, now wife of William Bond, Mary, now wife of William 
Beuker. 

John' Cunnabell^ bom in I^ondon, England, 25 Jan., 1649-50, 

married (i) — , (2) Sarah Clayes, (3) Martha 

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Children by first wife : 

i. John* Cnnnabell, bom 1673, married Lydia Beighton. 

ii. Elizabeth* Cunnabell, baptized at Old South Church, in 1689-90, 
married Thomas Wharton, 28 Jan., 1712. She died between 
1724 and 1736. One child, Thomas Wharton, born 20 Aug., 
1717. 
iii. Susannah* Cunnabell, baptized 16 Feb., 1689-90, died young, 
iv. Robert* Cunnabell, baptized 25 May, 1690, drowned 19 March, 
I 699-1 700. 

V. Martha* Cunnabell, bom abont 1687, married ( i ) Mr. Ireland, 
son of John Ireland, (2) Nathaniel Breck, 11 May, 1707. She 
died in Boston, 27 Sept., 1731, aged 44 years. The)r had two 
children; Sarah Breck, born 23 Nov., 1710, Nathaniel Breck, 
born 9 May, 1713, died 1719. 

Children by second wife : 

vi. Samuel* Cunnabell, bom 16 Jan., 1689-90, married (i) Abigail 
Treadway, (2) Mrs. Mary (Wilson) Daimond. 

vii. Abigail* CtsnnabeH^ baptized 27 Dec., 1691, married Daniel' BelL 
viii. Deborah* Cunnabell, bom 5 May, 1695, died young. 

ix. Hannah* Cunnabell, bom 5 Aug., 1697, married (i) William 
Bond, (2) John Benjamine. 

Child by third wife : 

X. Mary* Cnnnabell, bom 22 Jan., 1703-4, married (i) William 
Beuker, (2) John Earl. 



Samuel' Cunnabell^ the only son who survived his father John', 
was bom in Boston, 16 Jan., 1689-90, published in Boston, 
17 June, 1 710, with Abigail Treadway of Charlestown, the 
daughter of Josiah and Sarah (Sweetman) Treadway. By 
her he had two children both of whom died young. He 
married for his second wife, 23 July, 1713, Mrs. Mary 
(Wilson) Daimond, widow of John Daimond and daughter 
of William and Mary (Pierce) Wilson. She was bom in 
Boston, 4 Nov., 1690, married John Daimond, 22 Aug., 1709. 
Her father was the grandson of Deacon Robert and Joanna 
Hale, ancestors of Captain Nathan Hale, the patriot spy of 
the Revolution. They had twelve children. His son Sam- 
ueP removed from Boston in 1739 and settled in ** Fall Town" 
now Bemardston, Franklin Co., Mass. John^, another son, 
remained in Boston until 1772 when he removed to Leyden. 
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When Samuel* died in 1762, he left an estate valued at ;^i37 
and the will mentions his wife Mary and children: Samuel, 
John, Preserved, Elizabeth (Lee), Sarah (Coatch), Abigail 
(Kneeland), and Hannah (Maxwell). He and his brother- 
in-law, Daniel Bell, bought and sold land near the lower end 
of Sudbury Street in 171 5. 



Abigail* Cunnabell^ daughter of John' and Sarah (Clayes) Cun- 
nabell, baptized 27 Dec, 1691, married by Rev. Ebenezer 
Pemberton, 3 Aug., 17 10, to Daniel Bell of Boston. She 
was mother of Daniel Bell that married Miriam Gore and 
grandmother of Miriam Bell that married Samuel' Warden, 
see page 3. 



BELL. 

Daniel' BcII, of Boston was a mason by occupation and was 
married to Abigail Cunnabell, 3 Aug., 1710. He owned 
land in 17 15 on Sudbury Street. 

They had thirteen children : 

i. Dauiel* Bell, born 4 March, 171 1. 
ii. David* Bell, born 5 Jan., 1713, married Elizabeth Codner. They 

had three children : Daniel, Elizabeth and Sarah, 
iii. AbigaiP Bell, born 10 Oct., 17 14, died 27 Sept., 171 7. 
iv. Hannah* Bell, born 31 March, 1717, married Henry Brightman. 
V. John* Bell, bom 7 March 17 18, died before 1749. 
vi. Sarah* Bell, born 17 Aug., 1721, died 17 Sept., 1721. 
vii. Martha* Bell, born 23 June, 1722, married Benjamine Burn, Oct. 

1742. 
viii. Katherine* Bell, born 15 Feb., 1724, married James Brown, 
ix. Thomas* Bell, born 1727, married Hannah Crafts in 1749. He 
was a very prominent man in his day. He died in 1808. 
They had fourteen children. 
X. Samuel* Bell, born 4 May, 1729, died 3 May, 1730. 

xi. William* Bell, born 7 April, 1731, married (l) Abigail , (2) 

Martha Hill of Cambridge. He became a member of the 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company and filled many 
important places. He died in i8io4. 
xii. Elizabeth* Bell, born 11 Aug., 1734, married Mitchel Murphy 

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When he died in 1 750, his will gave the use of his whole 
estate to his wife Abigail during her life, and at her decease, 
it was to be divided into ten parts, the children of John* 
Bell to have one part and the following to have each one 
part, viz : Daniel* Bell, David* Bell, Hannah* wife of Henry 
Brightman, Thomas* Bell, William* Bell, Elizabeth* Bell, 
Deborah* Bell, Martha* wife of Benjamine Burn, Katherine* 
wife of James Brown. What money was advanced at the 
time of the marriage of Hannah, Martha and Katherine is to 
be taken from their share. The will was made 12 Feb., 
1749. 

Daniel^ BcII, the oldest son of Daniel' and Abigail (Cunnabell) 
Bell, was bom in Boston, 4 March, 171 1, married (i) on 12 
March, 1733, Miriam Gk)re„ daughter of Obadiah and Sarah 
(Kilby) Gore of Boston. 

They had three daughters : 

i. Abigail' Bell, married Joseph Ridgway of Boston. 

ii. Sarah' Bell, married Callender. 

iii. Miriam' BcU, married Samuel' Wardeiu (See page 3). 

His wife, Miriam (Gore) Bell, died i July, 1750. He mar- 
ried (2) Desire Baker, 13 Dec, 1750. 

They had two children : 

iv. Daniel' Bell Jr. 
V. Desire' Bell. 

He died in 1767 and in his will, made 8 Dec, 1766, he gives 
** Abigail, wife of Joseph Ridg\\'ay of Boston, tailor, five 
shillings, which together with what I gave her at marriage 
is her full part. To Sarah Callender, widow, the sum of 
five shillings, which with what I gave her at time of marriage 
is her full part. To Miriam Bell, spinster, twenty pounds, 
which with the difference of my expenses of her education 
makes her equal with her sisters. To my son, Daniel Bell 
Ji*-> £7>7> 6 s. 8d., also my gun, silver hilted sword and all 
my wearing apparell and linen, the money to be paid him 
when he reaches the age of twenty-one. To my daughter, 
Desire Bell, £2^1 12s. 8d., which makes her equal with her 
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charges I have on my books against them. I give my wife, 
Desire Bell, the rest and residue of my estate. Wife to Ije 
executrix.'* 



GORE. 

John' Gote^ the first of the name in America, was bom in Eng- 
land about 1 6 10, came over to America previous to 1635, 
when he was at Roxbury, Mass. He and his wife, Rhoda, 
were church members there. They had eleven children. 
He died in 1657 and left a will. The inventory amounted to 
;^8i2. His widow married St. John Remington. 

Samuel^ Gore, the youngest son of John' and Rhoda Gore, was a 
carpenter by trade, married, 28 Aug., 1672, Elizabeth, 
daughter of John Weld. They had seven children. He died 
in 1692. His widow married Tucker. 

Obadiah^ Gore, the youngest son of Samuel* {John") and Eliza- 
beth (Weld) Gore, was born 13 July, 1688. He was a 
carpenter by trade and was married, 26 Oct., 1710, to Sarah 
Kilby of Boston. They had five children, all baptized at 
Brattle Street Church. He died 8 Oct., 1721. In 1739, his 
widow and five children were living in Boston. The inven- 
tory of his estate at the time of his death was as follows : 



A brick house on Brattle Street, 


450 


s. 



One third part of sloop. 


40 





A piece of land. 


50 





A negro man named lister. 


40 





Household goods. 


258 


12 



;^838 12 
Wife, Sarah Gore, Administratrix. 

Children : 

i. Elizabeth'* Gore, born 25 Oct., 1711. 

ii. Mtfiam'* Goret bom 6 Dec., 1713, married DaniePBelL (See page 34) 
iii. parah-* Gore, born 29 Dec, 1715. 

iv. John-* Gore, born 29 Dec, 17 18. He went to Halifax during the 
Revolutionary War. He was banished in 1778, pardoned in 
1787 and died in 1796. 
V. Katherinc* Gore, born 26 June, 1722. 



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HEALY. 

U 

William' Hcty or Hcaly^ was born in England in the year 1613 ; 
came to America and was in Lynn about 1640, in Roxbury 
about 1645, (where he had a house, mill and three acres of 
land), and in Cambridge in 1653. He died in 1683, aged 
70 years. There is no account of the name of his first wife, 
but she died, and also an infant child, in Roxbury in 1649. 
She had three children. He married for his second wife, 
Grace, the daughter of Miles Ives. Two children by this 
wife. She died about the time they removed to Cambridge, 
and he married for his third wife, Grace Buttry. (She came 
over in the ship ' ' James ' ' when one year old with her father 
and mother, Nicholas and Martha Buttry.) His seventh, 
eighth, ninth and tenth child was by this marriage. 

By his first wife he had children : 

2 i. Hannah* Healy, born 1644. 

3 ii. Samuel* Healy, born 1646, and died 1646. 

4 iii. Elizabeth* Healy, born 9 Nov., 1647. 

By his second wife he had children : 

5 iv. Sarah* Healy, born 1650. 

6 V. William* Healy, born 1652. 

By his third wife he had children : 

7 vi. Grace* Healy. 

8 vii. Nathaniel^ Hcaly^ born 1658, died 2 June, 1734. Buried in 

Roxbury. 

9 viii. Martha* Healy, born 1660. 
10 ix. Mary* Healy. 

Nathaniel^ Healy, son of William' and Grace (Buttry) Healy, 
removed early to Watertown, and later to Newton, and died 
2 June, 1734. He was a great Indian fighter, and partici- 
pated in King Philip's war. On 14 July, 1681, he married 



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Rebekah Hager of Watertown. (She was a daughter of 
Wm. Hager Jr. and Mary (Bemis) Hager. Wm. Hager Sr. 
came from England with Gov. Winthrop in 1630.) 

They had twelve children ; two bom in Watertown and ten 
in Newton. 



II 


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Rebecca^ Healy. 


12 


ii. 


Abigail^ Healy. 


13 


iii. 


Nathaniel Healy. 


14 


iv. 


Mary3 Healy. 


15 


V. 


SamueP Healy. 


16 


vi. 


Ebenezer^ Healy. 


17 


vii. 


Martha^ Healy. 


18 


viii. 


Lydia^ Healy. 


19 


ix. 


John^ Healy. 


20 


X. 


William^ Healy. 


21 


xi. 


Joshtia^ Healy* 
Hannah^ Healy. 


22 


xii. 



2U 

Joshua^ Hcaly^ son of NathanieP ( William^) and Rebekah 
(Hager) Healy, was born in 1702 or 1703 in Newton, Mass. 
He married, 21 Jan., 1722, Sarah, the daughter of Joseph 
Davis of Roxbury, Mass. She was bom 27 June, 1704. 
They had two children born in Newton and seven bom in 
Dudley. In 1721, John Healy, brother of Joshua, bought 
land of Wm. Dudley ; (grandson of Gov. Thos. Dudley) 
this land was where the town of Dudley now stands. This 
was the first deed of land in Dudley. John did not settle on 
this land, but Joshua did, in the year 1726. By the records 
of the town in 1733, we find that the ordination of a minister 
was held at his house. He was selectman in 1733, 1747, 
1749 and 1 75 1. In 1734, he was selected to help build the 
meeting-house. In 1736, he was elected constable. In 1738 
and 1739, he was voted a pew in the meeting-house. In 
1739 and 1740, he was elected surveyor. In 1740, committee 
on school fund. In 1744, he was called Lieut., and in 1760, 
Capt. In 1744, he was elected fence viewer. In 1747 to 
1753, he was sealer of weights and measures. 



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iv. 


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38 WARDEN FAMILY GBNBALOGY. 

Children : 

Sarah* Healy, married Elisha Corbin. 

Rebecca'* Healy, married Davis. 

Joshua* Healy Jr , born 1727. 
Joseph* Healy^ born 1729. 
Mary* Healy, born 1730, married Mr. Marcy. 
Abigail* Healy, born 1733, died 1741. 
Nathaniel* Healy, born 1736. 

Samuel* Healy, bom 1758, married Phoebe Curtis. Was 
an Ensign in the Revolutionary war. 
31 ix. Abigail* Healy, bom 1741. 



25. 

Joshua^ Hcaly^ son of Joshua^ {Nathaniel^ ^ William^) and 
Sarah (Davis) Healy, bom 1727, married Sarah Newell 12 
Jan., 1747-8. He removed to Chesterfield, and was a 
prominent man there in 1763. He is mentioned as one on 
committee to build meeting-house, 1763. His wife joined 
the church there in 1765, being admitted from Dudley. 

Children : 

32 i. Sarah* Healy, born about 1748, married in 1766. 

33 ii. Joshua* Healy 3rd, born about 1749, married in 1769. 

34 iii. Ebenezer* Healy. 

35 iv. Abigail* Healy, born in 1751. 

36 V. Benjamin* Healy. 

37 vi. David* Healy, born in 1757. 

38 vii. Lydia* Healy, born in 1759. 

39 viii. Jabez* Healy, born in 1763. 

40 ix. Hannah* Healy, born in 1764. 

41 X. Caleb* Healy, born in 1767. 



26* 

Joseph* Hcaly^ son of Joshua^ {Nathaniel^, William^) and Sarah 
(Davis) Healy, was bom 16 June, 1729, and died in 1813. 
He married Mary Whitmore in 1 754. She was born 14 Sept. , 
1734, and died 20 April, 1802. He spent most of his life in 
Dudley, where he was elected fence viewer in 1763 ; con- 
stable in 1764; selectman from 1770 to 1779; on school 
committee, 1770 to 1779. 



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They had twelve children : 

42 i. Joseph* Healy, born in Dudley, 10 Aug., 1755, died in 1796. 

43 ii. John* Healy, born in Dudley, 13 Jan., 1756. Was elected 

sealer of weights and measures in 1783 and 1791. Had seven 
children. 

44 iii. Jedediah* Healy, born in Dudley, 18 Sept., 1757. He died 

7 Feb., 1821. His wife, Sally, died 4 Feb., 1821, and both 
were buried in one grave. They had five children. 

45 iv. Lemuel* Healy, born in Dudley, 26 Dec, 1759, died in 1837. 

46 V. Mary* Healy, born in Dudley, 13 Feb., 1762. She married 

Phipps ; they had eight children. She died 1828, aged 66. 

47 vi. Hannah* Healy, born in Dudley, 18 Sept., 1764, died in 1816, 

aged 52. 

48 vii. Hezekiah* Healy, born in Dudley, 8 Oct., 1766, died in 1817, 

aged 51. 

49 viii. Pearly* Healy, born in Dudley, 30 Aug., 1769, died 25 Sept., 

i775» aged 6. 

50 ix. Rhoda* Healy, born in Dudley, 11 April, 1772. She married 

Dalrymple, and had five children ; died in 181 1, aged 39. 

51 X. Pearly* Healy* born in Dudley, 26 July, 1776, died in 1833, aged 

56, married Abigail^ Warden. 

52 xi. Lucretia* Healy, born in Dudley, 5 Dec, 1778, died in 1826, 

aged 47. She married Brown ; they had eight children. 

53 xii. Sophia* Healy, born in Dudley, 30 July, 1783, married 

Look, had six children. She died in 1834. 



29* 

Nathaniel^ Hcaly^ son of Joshua^ (^Nathaniel^ , William^) and 
Sarah (Davis) Healy, was bom in 1736. He married 
Abigail Carter, and was a captain in the Revolutionary war. 
He owned the last slave that was owned in Dudley. 

54 Nathaniel* Healy, born 19 Feb., 1760, died 10 June, 1812. 



34* 

Ebenezer^ Healy, son of Joshua^ {Joshua^, Nathaniel^ ^ William}^ 
and Sarah (Newell) Healy. He married Abigail Frost, and 
lived in Chesterfield. 

Children : 

55 i. David* Healy. 

56 ii. Nathan* Healy. 

57 iii. Ebenezer* Healy. 

58 iv. Abigail* Healy. 

59 V. Seth* Healy. 

60 vi. Pearly* Healy. 

61 vii. Abigail* Healy. 



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40 WARDKN FAMII.Y GKNEALOGY. 

42* 

Joseph^ Hcaly, of Dudley, eldest son of Joseph^ {Joshua^, 
Nathaniel^ y IVtliiam^) and Mary (Whitmore) Healy, was 
bom lo Aug., 1755. He married Ruth, the widow of Ezra 
Conant, and was a soldier in the Revolutionar>' war, enlisting 
in Capt. Corbin's company. He settled in Oxford, and died 
4 Dec, 1796. 

Children : 

62 i. Joseph* Healy, born 9 April, 1791, married Polly Harwood and 

they had four children. 

63 ii. Ruth* Healy, bom 3 Aug., 1794, married Lewis Lilly. They 

had no children. 



45* 

Lemuel^ Hcaly^ son of Joseph^ (^ Joshua^, Nathaniel^, William}^ 
and Mary (Whitmore) Healy, was born in Dudley, 26 Dec, 
1759, and died 11 Sept., 1837. He married Dolly^ Corbin, 
daughter of Rebecca^ (Samuel Davis^, John^, William') 
Corbin, 7 Jan. , 1790. She was born 3 Feb. , 1767, and died 24 
Mar. , 1843. He was a farmer, and a valued and honored citizen. 
He was a soldier in the Revolutionary war, enlisting in Capt. 
Corbin' s company, and later was a major of the militia. He 
was town treasurer and selectman. 

They had six children : 

Lemuel* Healy, born 24 April, 1791, and died 27 May, 1792. 

Lemuel* Healy, born 24 Nov., 1792. 

Seraph* Healy, born 7 Nov., 1794, died unmarrijjd, 16 April, 1870. 

Dolly* Healy, born 15 Dec, 1796, married, 13' May, 1819, Capt. 
Harvey Conant. They settled in Dudley, and had seven 
children. He died in 1868. She died in 1845. 

68 V. Sylvia* Healy, born 4 Jan., 1799, married, 13 May, 1819, Benj. 

Leavens, and removed to Boston. They had six children. 

69 vi. Lucy* Healy, born 14 April, 1801, married, 11 May, 1820, Geo. 

Waters. They had eight children. She died in 1874. 



47* 

Hannah^ Healy^ sixth child of Joseph^ {Joshtca^, Nathaniel^^ 
William}^ and Mary (Whitmore) Healy, was bom 18 Sept., 



64 


i. 


65 


ii. 


66 


iii. 


67 


iv. 



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1764. She married Amasa Davis, son of Edward^, (Edward^, 
SamueP, John', William^ 13 April, 1786. 

She had children by her first husband ; 

70 i. Henry* Davis, born 22 Aug., 1788. 

71 ii. Sophia* Davis, bom 26 May, 1791, died 1845. She married Wm. 

Hcaly in 1815, and had four children. 
^2 iii. Amasa* Davis, born 21 Oct., 1793. 

73 iv. Hezekiah* Davis, born 12 March, 1796. 

74 V. Hannah* Davis, bom 27 Feb., 1800. 

Amasa died 11 Aug., 1802. Hannah^ then married Capt. 
Levi Davis, uncle of Amasa. She died in 18 16. 

She had one child by her second husband : 

75 i. Lydia* Davis, born 16 Aug., 1803. 



48- 

Hezekiah^ Hcaly f son of Joseph^ (/oskua^, Nathaniel^, William^) 
and Mary (Whitmore) Healy, was born in Dudley, 8 Oct., 
1766, and died 28 Dec, 181 7. He married Rebeccas Corbin 
(Rebecca Corbin^, Samuel Davis^, John^, William'.) in 1798, 
and settled in Dudley. She was born 24 June, 1772, and died 
in 1845. He was a very ingenious mechanic, and was the 
inventor of the "fly shuttle," used by hand weavers of 
old. He also made and set up the first loom for weaving by 
power used in the mill of Samuel Slater, at Webster, Mass. 

They had three children : 

76 i. Rebecca* Healy, born 25 April, 1804, married A. W. Williams, 

10 Dec, 1829. They had five children. 

77 ii. Hezekiah* Healy, born 3 Nov., 1809, accidentally shot in 1821. 

78 iii. Clarinda* Healy, born 20 July, 1812, married Warren Goodell, 

15 June, 1836. They settled in Dudley and had five children. 



5U 

Pearly^ Healy, son of Joseph^ {Joshua^, Nathaniel^, William^) 
and Mary (Whitmore) Healy, was born in Dudley, 26 July, 
1776, and died in 1833. He married AbigaiP (Samuel*) 
Warden, of Worcester, Mass. She was born in Boston, 
April, 1773, and died 3 Aug., 1847. 



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42 WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

79 i. Eliza Warden^ Healy, born 4 July, 1804. 

80 ii. Abigail* Healy, born 20 Dec, 1807. 

81 iii. John Whitmore* Healy, bom 5 June, 1811. 

(For further particulars, see Warden family, page 3.) 

54* 

Nathaniel^ Healy^ son of Nathaniel^ {Joshua^, Nathaniel^, 
William^) ^nd Abigail (Carter) Healy, was born 19 Feb., 
1760, and died 10 June, 1812. He married Marys Davis, 
daughter of John^ (SamueP, John*, WilHam') Davis, and 
was born 30 June, 1760, and died 21 Dec, 1826. 

They had nine children : 

82 i. David* Healy, bom 14 Oct., 1788, and died 11 Nov., 1820. He 
married Polly Harwood, and they had four children. 

Caleb* Healy, born 17 Jan., 1790, and died 30 June, 1795. 
Deborah* Healy, born 20 Oct., 1791, and died 22 June, 1795. 
Enoch* Healy, born 8 Nov., 1792, and married Susan Kidder. 

Abigail* Healy, born 12 March. 1796, and died in 1863. 

She married Jonathan Pratt, and had two children. 
Deborah* Healy, born 12 March, 1796, died 17 July, 1832. 
Mary* Healy, bom 20 May, 1798, and married William Rowland 

of Charlestown, Mass. 
Caleb* Healy, born 11 Oct., t8oi. 

Lydia* Healy, born 14 Sept., 1805, and married Resolve Bailey 
in 1848. 

59- 

Scth^ Hcaly^ son of Ebenezer^ {Joshua^ ^ Joshua^ ^ Nathaniel*, Wil- 
liam^) and Abigail (Frost) Healy. He married in 18 17 
Martha Alden, a direct descendent of John Alden of the 
Mayflower. 

Children : 

91 i. Laura^ Healy. 

92 ii. David^ Healy, lived in Chesterfield. 

93 iii. Sophia^ Healy, was living in 1896, unmarried. 

94 iv. Maudana^ Healy, left children living in Maine, named Har- 

wood. 

95 V. Mary^ Healy. 

96 vi. Martha^ Healy, left daughter living in Northampton, Belden by 

name. 

97 vii. Seth^ Healy, left children living in Chesterfield. 

98 viii. Louisa^ Healy, married Rev. S. C. Pixley. They have been 

missionaries in Natal, South Africa, since 1856. They have 
children both in this country and in Africa. 





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1 WID 

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90 


IX. 



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65. • 

Lemuel^ Healyt son of Major lyemuel^ (^ Josephs, Joshua^, Nathan- 
iel'^, William}^ and Dolly (Corbin) Healy, born 24 Nov/, 
1792, married first, 4 Dec, 1817, Sylvia Conant ; they 
had two children. She died and he married for a second 
wife Eliza, widow of Williams {Samuel^, Samuel^) Warden. 

99 They had three children, one of them, Lemuel ^, is now town 

clerk of Dudley. 

Lemuel^ was a captain of militia, town clerk of Dudley, as- 
sessor and selectman. He held public ofl&ce for many years. 
He died on 2 Sept., 1866. 



82. 

David^ Healy^ the oldest son of Nathaniel ^ {Nathanieh, Joshua^, 
Nathaniel^, William^), and Marys (John^, Samuel^, John*, 
William') (Davis) Healy, born 14 Nov., 1788, died 11 Nov., 
1820. Married Polly Harwood, April, 1813. 

Four children. 

100 i. IvUther^ Healy, born 3 Jan., 1814, died i Jan., 1833. 
loi ii. Nathaniel^ Healy, born 21 May, 1816, married 4 July, 1846, 
Angeline Cole. Settled Philo, Illinois. 

102 iii. Chandler^ Healy, born 26 June, 1818. Married 20 Aug., 1837, 

Amity McKinstry. Settled at Dudley. 

103 iv. David Lyman' Healy, born 13 Sept., 1820. Married Mary Ann 

Bailey. Settled at Dudley. Removed to Austin, Nev. 



85. 

Enoch^ Healy, fourth child of Nathaniel {Nathanieh, Joshua^, 
Nathaniel^, William^) and Marys (John^, SamueP, John*, 
William') (Davis) Healy, born 8 Nov., 1792. Married 
Susan Kidder, 1818. Removed to Illinois, 1835. 

Children : 

104 i. Nelson'' Healy, born 20 Aug., 1819. 

T05 ii. Susan^ Healy, born 4 Aug., 182 1. 

106 iii. Agatha^ Healy, born 13 Oct., 1824. 

107 iv. Enoch^ Healy, bom 6 Oct., 1828. 



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89. 

Caleb^ Hcaly, eighth child of Nathaniel {Naihanieh, Joshua^, 
• Nathayiiel'^ , William^) and Mary (Davis) Healy, born ii 
Oct., 1801. Married Dolly Mason. Settled at Woodstock, 
Conn. She died 8 July, 1877. 

108 i. SamueF Healy, born 17 April, 1826. 



108. 

SamtieP Healy, son of Caleb^ {Nathaniel^, Nathanieh, Joshua>, 
Nathayiiel'^ , William^) and Dolly (Mason) Healy, born 7 
April, 1826, and married Nancy Harding. She was born 7 
June, 1825. 

Children : 

T09 i. Frederick E.* Healy, born 23 Sept., 1856. 

no ii. Myra C.® Healy, born 8 Jan., i860. 

111 iii. Elbridge M.* Healy, born 27 March, 1863. 

112 iv. Edgar S.* Healy, born 17 June, 1865. 

113 V. Wilbert C* Healy, born i July, 1867. 



DURFEE. 



u 

Thomas' Durfcc of Portsmouth, R. I., was the first in this line 
to come to America. Born 1643. Died 171 2. Married 
Deliverance Hall (widow of Abial Tripp). She died 1721. 
He was a prominent man in the affairs of the town. 
His will proved 14 July, 1712 ; wife, Deliverance, executrix : 
To wife, housing and land in Portsmouth for life ; then to 
daughters. Patience Tallman and Deliverance Durfee, 
equally ; to eldest son, Robert, 5/, having already settled 
certain lands in Freetown upon him ; to son, Thomas, 5/, he 
having had already ; to son, William, 5/, he having had more 
than ;^4o ; to youngest son, Benjamin, 50 acres in Tiverton ; 
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death, the value of said negrp, equally, to two daughters ; to 
grandson, Richard, eldest son of Richard deceased, 5/ ; to 
grandson, Thomas, son of Richard, 60 acres in Tiverton ; to 
Ann Potter, wife of Wm. Potter, ;^7 ; to wife. Deliverance, 
and two daughters, rest of lands ; to wife, all movable estate. 

Children : 

2 i. Patience* Durfee, married Benjamin Tall man, Died 1723. 

3 ii. Deliverance* Durfee. 

4 iii. Robert* Durfee, married Mary Sanford. Had six children. 

Died 1 7 18. 

5 iv. Thomas* Durfee, married Ann Freeborn, died 1729. 

6 V. William* Durfee, died 1727. 

7 vi. Richard* Durfee, married Ann Almy. Had six children. Died 

1700. 

8 vii. Benjamin* Durfee, married Prudence Earle, died 1755. 



2. 

Patience* Durfee^ daughter of Thomas' and Deliverance (Hall) 
Durfee, bom . Died 1723. Married Benjamin Tall- 
man, 23 Sept., 1708. He was born 1684, died 1759. 

Children: 

9 i. Benjamin^ Tallman, born 1 710. 

10 ii. Mary^ Tallman, born 1712. 

11 iii. Deliverance' Tallman, born 1715. 

12 iv. William' Tallman, bom 

13 V. Patience' Tallman, born 1721. Married John Session, 1754. 



5. 

Thomas* Durfee of Portsmouth, son of Thomas' and Deliverance 

(Hall) Durfee, born , died 11 Feb., 1729. Married Ann 

Freeborn, daughter of Gideon and Sarah (Brownell) Free- 
born. Will dated 24 Feb., 1729 ; inventory, ;^550. 

Children: 

14 i. Ann^ Durfee, born 25 Aug., 1691. Married Robert Estes of 

Tiverton, 22 Dec, 1715. Died 1734. 

15 ii. Sarah ^ Durfee, born i March, 1693. (?) Married Joseph Dennis, 

20 April, 1 72 1. 

16 iii. Freeborn^ Durfee, born 15 t)ec., 1695. 

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46 WARDBN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 

i8 V. Mary^ Durfec, bom 22 June, 1700. 

19 vi. Martha^ Durfee, bom 20 Feb., 1 701-2. Married Oliver Read, 

28 Jan., 1730. 

20 vii. Gideon^ Durfee, bom 15 Jan., 1703. Married Wait Trip, 11 

Nov., 1725. 

21 viii. Thomas^ uuricCf bom 1706. Married Martha Tolman, 16 July, 

1727. 

22 IX. Job^ Durfee, bom 1710. Died 1774. Married Mary Earl, she 

bora 1703. 



William' Durfee^ son of Thomas' and Deliverance (Hall) Durfee, 

bom . Died 1727. Married (i) Ann , (2) Mary 

. Will dated 24 June, 1727 ; his sons, Samuel and 

Joseph, executors ; inventory ;^747, including negro woman 
and two negro boys. 

Children : 

23 i. SamueP Durfee lived to very old age. Married Mercy Gifford. 

24 ii. Joseph^ Durfee. 

25 iii. David^ Durfee. 

26 iv. Abigail* Durfee. 



20. 

Gideon^ Durfee^ son of Thomas*, (TAomas^) and Ann (Freeborn) 
Durfee. Bom 15 Jan., 1703. Married Wait Trip, 11 Nov., 
1725. 
Children: 

27 i. Freeborn* Durfee, bom 28 Dec, 1726. 

28 ii. Sarah-* Durfee, born 22 Sept., 1728. 

29 iii. Eleanor* Durfee, born 22 Nov., 1730. 

30 iv. Job* Durfee, born 19 Aug., 1733. 

31 V. Ann* Durfee, born 23 Feb., 1735-6. 

32 vi. Wait* Durfee, born 9 Sept., 1738. 

Gideon married second wife. 

33 vii. Wait 2d* Durfee, born 16 April, 1741. 

34 viii. Elizabeth* Durfee, born 7 March, 1742-3. 

35 ix. Ruth* Durfee, born 20 Sept., 1744. 

36 X. Susanna* Durfee, bom 30 July, 1748. 

37 xi. Christopher* Durfee, born 18 Apr., 1753. 

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Thomas^ Durfee^ son Thomas* (Thomas^) and Ann (Freeborn) 
Durfee, born 1706. Married Martha Tolman of Bristol, 16 
July, 1727, by Rev. John Usher. 

Children: 

39 i. Ann* Durfee, bom 7 June, 1728. 

40 ii. Richard* Durfee, born i Aug, 1730, baptised 1733. 

41 iii. Martha* Durfee, born 10 May, 1731-2, baptised 1733. 



22. 

Job^ Durfee^ son of Thomas* (Thomas^) and Ann (Freeborn) 
Durfee, born 17 10. Died 1774. Married Mary Earl. She 
was bom 1703. 

42 i. John* Durfee, born 1736. Died 181 2. Married Phebe Gray. 
She was born 1740. Died 1819. 



23. 

SamticI^ Durfee of Tiverton, son of William* (Tkomas^) and 

Mary ( ) Durfee, married Mercy Gifford, 10 Feb., 

1732-3. 
Children : 

43 i. Prudence* Durfee, born 28 May, 1733. 

44 ii. William* Durfee, born 10 Jan., 1735. 

45 iii. Mary* Durfee, born 28 March, 1736. 

46 iv. Hope* Durfee, bom 20 May, 1738. 

47 V. Joseph* Durfee, born 31 Au§., 1739. Died during Revolution- 

ary War. Married Abigail Borden, 4 Feb., 1770. 

48 vi. Susannah* Durfee, born 14 July, 1741. 

49 vii. Ruth* Durfee, born 26 Oct., 1742. 

50 viii. Mercy* Durfee, born 11 March, 1745. 

51 ix. Samuel* Durfee, born 28 Aug., 1747. 

52 X. James* Durfee, born 14 July, 1749. 

53 xi. Mary* Durfee, bom 8 Aug., 1752. 



30* 

Job^ Dtirfee^ son of Gideon^ ( Thomas^ ^ Thomas^) and Wait (Trip) 
Durfee, born 19 Aug., 1733. Married Sarah Easton of 
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Children: 

54 i. Gideon^ Durfee, born 27 March, 1755. 

55 ii. Wait* Durfee, born 3 March, 1757. 

56 iii. Stephen* Durfee, born 12 May, 1759. 

57 iv. Mary* Durfee, born 30 Sept., 1761. 

58 V. James* Durfee, born 29 Jan., 1764. 

59 vi. Sarah* Durfee, born 26 April, 1766. 

60 vii. Thomas* Durfee, born 16 March, 1768. 

61 viii. Mercy* Durfee, born 2 May, 1770. 

62 ix. Elizabeth* Durfee, bom 18 Sept., 1772. 



40. 

Richard^ Durfee^ son of Thomas^ {Thomas^, Thomas^) and 
Martha (Tolman) Durfee, born i Aug , 1730. Baptised 
1733. Married Rebecca 

Children : 

63 i. Capt. Richard* Durfee, born 7 Sept., 1758, died 1845. Married 

Patience . 

64 ii. Rebecca* Durfee, born 25 Aug., 1765. 



42. 

John'* Duffcc^ son of Job3 {Thomas^, Thomas^) and Mary (Earl) 
Durfee, born 1736. Died 1812. Married Phebe Gray. She 
was born 1740. Died 18 19. 

65 i. Thomas* Durfee, born 1759. Died 1829. Was Chief Justice 
Court of Common Pleas. 



47. 

Joseph^ Duffce, son of Samuel^ ( William^, Thomas^) and Mercy 

Durfee, born 1739. Married Abigail Borden, 4 

Feb., 1770. 

66 i. Joseph* Durfee, born i Jan., 1771. Died 3 Jan., 1854. 

67 ii. Mercy* Durfee, born 11 Oct., 1772. 

68 iii. Ann* Durfee, born 6 March, 1775. 

Capt* Richard^ Durfee, son of Richard'* {Thomas^, Thomas^, 
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Died 22 Jan., 1845. Married Patience She died 

2 Nov., 1836. 

Children • 

69 i. William^ Durfee, born 8 Dec, 1780. Lost at sea, 1811. Mar- 

ried Hannah Cook, daughter of Paul Cook, in 1802. 

70 ii. Stephen^ Durfee, born 23 Nov., 1782, died 25 April, 181 2. 

71 iii. Sarah^ Durfee, born 11 April, 1785. 

72 iv. Philips Durfee, born 14 June, 1787, died 20 June, 1808. 

73 V. Benjamin^ Durfee, born 28 Jan., 1792, died 21 Aug., 1857. 

74 vi. Lyclia* Durfee, born 16 Feb., 1794, died 20 June 1834. 

75 vii. Susannah^ Durfee, born i March, 1796. 

76 viii. John^ Durfee, born 6 May, 1799. 

77 ix. Patience^ Durfee, born 18 Aug., 1801, died 23 Dec., 1823. 

78 X. Richard* Durfee, born 15 July, 1803. 

66. 

Joseph^ DurfeCt son of Joseph^ {Samuel^, William^, Thomas^) 
and Abigail (Borden) Durfee, born i Jan., 1771. Married 
Polly Hathaway, daughter of Philip Hathaway. 

79 i. Joseph* Durfee, born 10 May, 1799. Married Joanna Nichols, 

12 Dec, 1827. 

73- 

Benjamin^ Durfee^ son of Capt. Richard^ {Richard^, Thomas^, 

Thomas'^, Thomas^) Durfee and Patience , his wife, 

born 28 Jan., 1792, died 21 Aug., 1857. Married Phebe 
Borden. 

Children: 

80 i. Stephen^ Durfee, born 16 Dec, 1812. 

81 ii. Elisaan^ Durfee, born 27 Jan., 1815. 

82 iii. William B.^ Durfee, born 29 Jan., 1817. 

83 iv. Alanson^ Durfee, born 6 Feb., 1819. 

84 V. Jonathan B.^ Durfee, born 25 May, 1821. 

85 vi. Richard^ Durfee, born 12 Oct.. 1823. 

86 vii. Benjamin^ Durfee^ born 20 Aug., 1826. 

87 viii. Ariadne^ Durfee, born 19 June, 1828. 

88 ix. Isaac B.^ Durfee, born 16 July, 1832. 

89 x. Ephriam Wanton^ Durfee, born 31 Oct., 1835. 

Joseph^ Durfee, son of Joseph^ {Joseph^, Samuel^, William^, 
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Died June, 1873. Married Joanna Nichols (a descendant of 
Kenelem Winslow). 

90 1. Albert Gallatin^ Durfee of Providence, R. I., bom i April, 1828, 

died 2 Jan., 1889. Married 21 Dec, 1859, Emily ElUcott 
Hall. 

87. 

Benjamin^ Durfee^ son of Benjamin^ {Richard^, Richard^, 
Thomas^, Thomas^, Thomas^) and Phebe (Borden) Durfee, 
bom 20 Aug., 1826. Married Betsey C.^ Mason, daughter of 
Ezra and Polly (Smith) Mason, 22 Dec, 1852. He was 
an engineer by occupation, and for many years ran on the 
New York & Fall River boats. 

Children: 

91 i. Ella Maria" Durfee, born 23 April, 1854. Married William A. 

Warden. (See page 24.) 

92 ii. Franklin B*. Durfee, born 13 July, 1864. 



92. 

Franklin Benjamin^ Duffee^ son of Benjamin^ {Benjamin^ ^ Rich- 
ard^y Richard^, Thomas^y Thomas^, Thomas^) and Betsey C.^ 
(Mason) Durfee, born in Fall River, 13 July, 1864. He 
was educated in the public schools in that city, moved to 
Worcester in 1881 , and was in the employ of Warden Brothers 
for some time. Was then employed for twelve years with 
the Whitcomb Envelope Co. In 1898, he and Chas. Stratton 
bought out the business of the Curtis Manufacturing Co. 
He is a Republican in politics, and is a member of Trinity 
Methodist Church, where he has held office as secretary and 
assistant superintendent of the Sunday school. He is a mem- 
ber of the official board and is now treasurer of the church. 
He married Gertrude Converse, the daughter of Edmund 
Converse, 3 Nov., 1887. She died 27 Sept., 1889. He 
married, for his second wife Mrs. Addie (Curtis) Boyden, 
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CARPENTER. 

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William' Carpenter^ the first to come to America, was the great 
great grandson of William Carpenter of ** Homme," in the 
line of Lord George Carpenter of England. He was born in 
England, 1576, and came overin the "Bevis" in 1638. With 
him came his son William and wife. He returned to Eng- 
land in the same vessel, but came over again later. His line 
can be traced back in England to John Carpenter, bom 
before 1300. We have the record of only one son, and he 
came over with his father. 

2 i. William* Carpenter, born in England, 1605. 

2. 

"William^ Qtrpcntcr, son of William', born 1605, came to America 
in ship ''Bevis." in 1638. His wife, Abigail, came with 
him. They settled in Rehoboth, R. I. 

They had seven children: 

3 i. John^ Carpenter. 

4 ii. William^ Gstfpentcf* 

5 iii. Joseph^ Carpenter. 

6 iv. Hannah^ Carpenter. 

7 V. Abiah^ Carpenter. 

8 vi. Abigail^ Carpenter. 

9 vii. Samtid^ Carpenter* 

William^ Carpenter^ son of William* ( William^) and Abigail 
Carpenter, bom in England, married Priscilla Benet, 5 Oct., 
1 65 1, at Rehoboth, R. I. 

They had 14 children: 

10 1. John^ Carpenter, born in Rehoboth, 19 Oct., 1652, married Re- 

becca Readaway. He was a housewright. 

11 ii. William* Carpenter, born 20 June, 1659, married Elizabeth 

Robinson, 8 April, 1685; she was daughter of George and 
Joanna Ingraham, born 3d April, 1657. William'* died at At- 
tleboro, Mass., 10 March, 17 18-19. 

12 iii. Priscilla* Carpenter, born 20 July, 1661 ; married Richard Sweet 

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13 iv. Benjamin^ Csapentetf born 20 Oct., 1663; he was a farmer; married 

Hannah Strong. 

14 V. Josiah* Carpenter, born 18 Dec, 1664; married Elizabeth Read, 

daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (Clark) Read, 24 Nov., 
1692 ; she was born 1667, died 1739, age 72. He died 28 Feb., 
1727. 

15 vi. Nathaniel^ Carpenter, born 12 May, 1667; married Rachel 

Cooper, 19 Sept., 1693 at Rehoboth ; she died 9 July, 1694, age 
23. He married Mary Preston of Dorchester, 17 Nov., 1695 ; 
died 25 May, 1706. Married (3) widow Mary Cooper, 8 July, 
1708; she died 9 April, 1712. He married (4) Mary Bacon. 

16 vii. Daniel* Carpenter, born 8 Oct., 1669, married Bethiah Bliss, 

daughter of Jonathan Bliss, 15 April, 1695; she died 27 Feb., 
1702-3. He married (2) Elizabeth Butterwoith, 30 March, 
1704. Married (3) Margaret Thurston, 12 Dec, 17 10. He 
married (4) Margaret Hunt, 15 Oct., 1718. He married (5) 
widow Mary Hyde. 

17 yiii. Noali* Carpenter, born 28 March, 1672, married Sarah Johnson, 

3 Dec, 1700. Married (2) Ruth FoUet Talbott, 22 May, 
1727. Married (3), widow Tabethy Bishop. 

18 ix. Miriam* Carpenter, bom 16 Oct., 1674, married Jonathan Bliss, 

23 Jan., 1691. Had 12 children. 

19 X. Obadiah* Carpenter, bom 12 March, 1677-8, married Deliverence 

Preston, 6 Nov., 1703; she died 12 June, 1766. He died 23 
Oct., 1749. 

20 xi. Ephraim* Carpenter, born 25 April, 1681 ; died in infancy. 

21 xii. Ephraim* Carpenter, born 25 April, 1683-4, married Hannah 

Read. Married (2) Martha Carpenter. 

22 xiii. Hannah* Carpenter, bom 10 April, 1684-5; married Jonathan 

Chaff en. 

23 xiv. Abigail* Carpenter, born 13 April, 1687, married Daniel Perrin, 

3d, 12 Nov., 1706. 

9. 

Samuel^ Carpenter, son of William* ( William^) and Abigail Car- 
penter, bom , died 20 Feb., 1682 ; married Sarah Red- 

away, 25 May, 1660. 

They had ten children : 

24 i. Samuel* Carpenteft born 15 Sept., 1661. 

25 ii. Sarah* Carpenter, born II Jan., 1663. 

26 iii. Abiah* Carpenter, bom 10 Feb., 1665. 

27 iv. James* Carpenter, born 12 April, i66i8. 

28 V. Jacob* Carpenter, born 5 Sept., 1670. 

29 vi. Jonathan* Carpenter, born 6 Dec, 1672. 

30 vii. David* Carpenter, born 17 April, 1675. 

31 viii. Solomon* Cfarpenter, born 23 Dec, 1677. 

32 ix. Zachariah* Carpenter, bom 10 July, 1680. 

33 X. Abraham* Carpenter, born 25 Sept., 1682. 

13. 

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married Hannah Strong, daughter of Jedediah and Freedom 
(Woodward) Strong. He was a farmer and died i8 April, 
1738. She died 20 March, 1762. 

They had eight children: 

34 i. Prudence* Carpenter, bom 13 July, 1692. 

35 ii. Freedom* Carpenter, born 13 July, 1692. 

36 iii. Amos* Carpenter, born 6 Nov., 1693, married Deborah Long, 

daughter of Joseph Long, 23 Oct., 1718. He lived at Coventry, 
died 1793, age 100. 

37 iv. Benjamin* Carpenter, bom Oct. 1695 ; married Rebecca Smith 

of Sheffield, 13 April, 1726. Resided in Bolton and died at 

Coventry. 
Jedediah* Carpenteft born i Oct., 1697. 

Hannah* Carpenter, born 15 Aug., 1699, married David Round. 
Eliphalet* Carpenter, born 1701, died 1702. 
Eliphalet* Carpenter, born 29 Nov., 1703,- married Elizabeth 

Andrews i Nov., 1727. Second marriage, Abigail Ladd, 26 

Oct., 1773. He died 1792. 

Samuel'^ Carpenter^ son of SamueP ( l^illiam^y William^) and 
Sarah (Redaway) Carpenter, born 1661, married Patience 
Ide, daughter of Nicholas' Ide of Rehoboth, 8 Jan., 1683, 
died 1732. 

They had 12 children: 

42 i. Samuel* Carpenter, 9 Nov., 1684. 

43 Twine i "• Timothy* Carpenter, 17 Oct., 1686. 

44 ^^^"®\ iii. Andrew* Carpenter, 17 Oct.,- 1686. 

45 iv. Amos* Carpenter, 14 Sept., 1688. 

46 V. Patience* Carpenter, 16 July, 1690. 

47 vi. Andrew* Carpenter, 13 Feb., 1692-3. 

48 vii. Uriah* Carpenter, 25 Dec, 1694. 

49 viii. Jedediah* Carpenter, 15 Dec, 1696. 

50 ix. Nathan* Carpenter, 26 Sept., 1700. 

51 X. Charells* Carpenter, 15 April, 1702. 

52 xi. Edmund* Gtfpcnteft 10 July, 1704. 

53 xii. Freelove* Carpenter, 31 Dec, 1706. 

38. 

Jedediah^ Carpenter^ son of Benjamin'^ ( William^, William^, 
William^) and Hannah (Strong) Carpenter, born i Oct., 
1697, married Mary Brown of Rehoboth, R. I., 24 May, 
1725. He died 15 Dec, 1731 ; was a blacksmith by occu- 
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52. 

Edmund^ Carpentett son of Samuel^ {Samuel^, William^, 
William^) and Patience (Ide) Carpenter, born at Rehoboth, 
ID July, 1704; married Mehittabell Cooper, 15 Nov., 1732. 

Two children: 

55 i. Oliver^ Carpenter, bom 1734. 

56 ii. Alethea^ Carpenter, born 1737. 

Mehittabell died 1737. Edmund^ married (2) Rebecca Smith, 
27 July, 1738. He died 3 Aug., 1739. 

57 i. Edmund^ Carpenter, born 30 Aug., 1739 ; died 1820. 

54. 

CaJeb^ Carpenter^ son of Jedediah^ {Benjamin^, William^, 
William^, William^) and Mary (Brown) Carpenter. 

Children: 

58 i. Jedediah^ Carpenter, born 13 Jan., 1758, died 16 Dec, 1781; 

soldier in the Revolution. 

59 ii. Caleb' Carpenter, bom 4 Dec., 1759, °i*^^i^d widow Silence 

Bagley, 27 Se^t., 1784 ; was a prisoner during Revolution, 
and kept in prison in England for some months. He died 31 
March, 1833. 

60 iii. Job' Carpenter, born 5 J[uly, 1 761, died Aug., 1787; was a phy- 

sician in South Carolina. 
Japhet' Carpenter, born 31 March, 1763, died 12 Sept., 1796. 
Cynthia' Catpentef^ born 19 April, 1765. 
Patience' Carpenter, born 9 Nov., 1767, died 6 June, 1804. 
Rufus' Carpenter, born 14 Feb., 1770, married Betsey Baldwin 

of Vermont ; she was born 15 June, 1773. They went to 

Washington, Mich., where he died 28 Dec, 1834. 
Hannah' Carpenter, born 27 April, 1772, died 24 Oct., 1800. 
Chloe' Carpenter, born 9 Nov., 1774, died 27 Feb., 18 10. 
67 X. Betsey' Carpenter, born 22 Aug., 1779, married William Hill, 

Oct., 1804; he died in 1835. 

57.^ 

Edmund^ Carpenter^ son of Edmund^ {Samuel^, Samuel^, Wil- 
liatn^, William^) and Rebecca (Smith) Carpenter, born in 
Rehoboth, 30 Aug., 1739, married Mary Kent, 21 April, 
1762. He died April, 1820, at Douglas, and left will written 
18 1 7, naming Edmund Carpenter executor, giving his wife, 
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of $250 in money, and his clocks. To the daughters, Rachel 
Cummings and Mary Lee, the indoor movables and clocks at 
decease of mother ; also sixty dollars each. To son Nathan- 
iel, foiir acres of land in Douglas. To son Edmund, all 
the rest and residue, after debts and bequests are paid, and 
he to support his mother, or the wife to have use of one-third 
of the estate if she elects. 

Children: 

68 i. Edmund^ Carpenter, died 1848, 

69 ii. NathanieF Carpenter, born 25 Nov., 1762, died 1839. 

70 iii. RacheF Carpenter, married Cummings. 

71 iv. Mary^ Carpenter, married I^ee. 



62^ 

Cynthia^ Carpenter, daughter of Caleb^ {fedediah^, Benjamin^, 
William>, William^, William^) Carpenter, born 19 April, 
1765. Married (i) John Smith of Rehoboth, R. I., 26 
Feb., 1793. 

Two children: 

72 i. Polly" Smithy born 17 Sept., 1793. 

73 ii. John' Smith, born 10 Oct., 1795. 

Married (2) Perez Read of Rehoboth, R. I. He was born 
1748, the son of Noah and Ann (Hunt) Read. He was 
grandson of Thomas and Martha (Barstow) Read. He 
was great grandson of Thomas and Elizabeth (Clark) Read, 
who was one of the first settlers of Rehoboth, 

They had a son: 

74 i. Cyrell" Read, born 30 Nov., 1802. 

Edmund^ Carpenter^ son of Edmund^ {Edmund^, Samueh, Sam- 
uel^y William^, William^) and Mary (Kent) Carpenter, 

bom ; married Nancy Southwick of Douglas, 2 May, 

1799. For many years there was a tannery at Centerville 
(Douglas), built by Edmund Carpenter, Jr., who carried 
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Nathaniel, whose death occurred but a few months after- 
ward. The business was again taken by his father and con- 
tinued until 1836, when the buildings were taken down. He 
died 1848., 

Children: 

75 i. Remember" Carpenter, born 4 March, 1803. 

76 ii. James* Carpenter, born 12 March, 1806. 

77 iii. John* Carpenter, born 15 March, 1810. 

78 iv. George* Carpenter, born 7 Jan., 1815. 

79 V. Edmund* Carpenter, born 27 July, 1825. 



69. 

Nathaniel^ Carpenteft son of Edmund^ {Edmund^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, William^, William}^ and Mar>^ (Kent) Carpenter, 
bom 25 Nov., 1762, married Nabby Lee, i Jan., 1789. They 
had ten children bom in Douglas. He died 1839, leaving a 
will which was written Sept., 1838. Gives wife, Nabby 
Carpenter, all household furniture. Gives to daughter Elona, 
. wife of Benj. Wilson, and Lucy, wife of Adrian Putnam, 
Nabby, wife of Joseph Lee, Charlotte, wife of Comfort Gould, 
fifty dollars each. To grandson Nathaniel, son of Nathaniel 
(deceased), watch, pocketbook, etc., which was the prop- 
erty of his father. To granddaughter Elona Hunt, daugh- 
ter of my daughter Rebecca (deceased) , all the household 
goods that were her mother's. To sons Seba and Comfort 
Carpenter, all the estate, both real and personal, except 
what is before mentioned, equally, provided they pay the 
above debts and bequests and support their mother, Nabby 
Carpenter, comfortably during her life. 

Children: 

80 i. Elona' Carpenter, born 17 May, 1790, married Benj. Wilson. 

81 ii. Lucy* Carpenter, born 17 May, 1792, married Adrian Putnam. 

82 iii. Nabby* Carpenter, born 13 March, 1794, married Joseph Lee. 

83 iv. Rebecca* Carpenter, born 22 April, 1796, married M^ric Hunt. 

84 V. Charlotte* Carpenter, born 7 Dec, 1798, married Comfort Gould. 

85 vi. Nathaniel* Carpenter, born 13 July, 1801, died before 1838. 

86 vii. Salvina* Carpenter, born 27 Feb., 1806, died before 1838. 

87 viii. Seba^ Canjenter^ born 15 June, 1808, married Melinda Learned. 

88 ix. Comfort^Carpenter, born 4 June, 1810. 

89 X. Elizabeth Putnam* Carpenter, born 24 June, 1816, died before 

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72. 

PoIIy^ Smithy daughter of Cynthia7 i^Calelf', Jedediah^, Benja- 
min^, William>, William^, William^) (Carpenter) and John 
Smith, bom 17 Sept., 1793, married Ezra Mason, 23 
January, 1823. by Rev. Silas Hall of Seekonk. 

They had five children: 

90 i. Cordelia M.' Mason, born and died July, 1825. 

91 ii. Edward Cornelius' Mason, born 27 November, 1826. 

92 iii. Betsey Carpenter' Mason, born 9 May, 1831. 

93 iv. Ezra Augustus' Mason, born 31 July, 1833. 

94 V. John Smith' Mason, born 20 Aug., 1836, died 16 Sept., 1836. 

83. 

Rebecca^ Carpenter, daughter of Nathaniel7 {Edmund^, Ed- 
mund^, Samueh, Samuel^, William^, William^) and Nabby 
Carpenter, born 22 April, 1796; married Merric Hunt of 
Douglas, 15 Nov., 1823. 

Two children: 

95 i. Elona C Hunt, born 6 Oct., 1824, married Samuel C. Bursley, 

22 May, 1859. 

96 ii. Sabra' Hunt, born 5 Nov., 1825, died early. 

Charlotte^ Carpenter, daughter of Nathaniel {Edmund^, Ed- 
mund^, Samuel^, Samuel^, William^, William^) Nabby 
(Lee) Carpenter, born 7 Dec, 1798. Married Comfort^ 
Gould, son of Ebenezer5 (Eliezer^, Zaccheus3, Capt. John% 
Zaccheus' — came over in 1678) Gould, in Douglas, Mass., i 
April, 1821. 

Children: 

97 i. Sheldon' Gould, born 1821, married Peasley. 

98 ii. Elizabeth' Gould, born 1824, married Redfield. 

99 iii. Ebenezer' Gould, born 1826, married Stevens. 

100 iv. Abigail Ann' Gould, born 1829, married Wm. Blakeslee. 
loi V. Charlotte C Gould, born 1831, married Sibley. 

102 vi. Philetus W.' Gould, born 1834, married Adams. 

103 vii. Mary A.' Gould, born 1836, married Wheelock. 

104 viii. Charles T.« Gould, born 1839, died 1841. 

105 ix. Charles' Gould, born 1841, died 1845. 

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87. 

Seba^ Carpenter^ son of Nathaniel^ {Edmutuf*, Edmu7id>, Sam- 
uel, Samuel^, William^, William^) and Nabby (Lee) 
Carpenter, bom 15 June, 1808, died 14 June, 1887. Married 
Malinda Learned at Wellington, Conn., 13 June, 1830. She 
was bom 11 September, 1800, died 3 August, 1867. Seba 
Carpenter and his brother Comfort, were in the shoe manu- 
facturing business in that part of Douglas, Mass. , known as 
Centerville, prior to 1837. At this time they commenced 
the manufacture of sale work, continuing until 1854. They 
employed about 60 workmen. In 1856 the building was 
taken down and removed to East Douglas. He then removed 
to Worcester, where he lived the remainder of his life. 

They had five children: 

107 i. James L.' Carpenter, born 11 March, 1831 ; married Carrie E. 

Driscoll : two children, Carrie and Minnie. 

108 ii. Henry Francis' Carpenter, born 24 Oct., 1833; married (i) 

Susan Vose in 1856; two children, married (2) Mrs. Maria 
C. Gouch in 1900. They reside in California. 

109 iii. Morris I^ee' Carpenter, bom 27 March, 1837, died i Aug., 1838. 
no iv. Charles Htsdson' Gupenter^ born 4 Oct., 1839; married 10 Oct., 

i860; Abbie L. Warden (See page 20). 
Ill V. Louis Seba' Carpenter, bom 19 Feb., 1842; married Elvira 
Briggs, 1862 ; died 25 June, 1875 ; one child, Bertha Carpenter. 



92^ 

Betsey Gtrpenter^ Mason, daughter of Ezra and V oWy^ {Cynthia^ ^ 
Caleb^y Jedediah^, Benjamin^, William^, William^, William^) 
(Carpenter) (Smith) Mason, born 9 May, 1831, married 
Benjamin Durfee, son of Benjamin^, (Richard^, Richard^, 
Thomas^, Thomas^, Thomas') and Phebe (Borden) Durfee, 
22 Dec, 1852. Benjamin was an engineer by occupation, 
and run on boats from Fall River to New York many years. 
The family moved to Worcester in 1881, where he died. 
Betsey is now residing at 7 Circuit avenue, Worcester, Mass. 

They had two children: 

112 i. Ella Maria" Durfee, born 23 April, 1854. (See page 24.) 

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STONINGTON, CONN. 




APPLETON WARDEN. 

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Appleton' Warden^ was bom at Stonington, Conn., 2 March, 
1773. He went to sea when a boy and worked his way up 
from the lowest place until he became captain of a sailing 
vessel. He sailed from New York and Philadelphia for 
many years. He married for his first wife a Miss Singleton 
of Philadelphia. They had no children. For his second 
wife he married 10 Aug., 1810, Miss Susan Withers, a 
lady from the South. They had five children. He died at 
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Children : 

2 i. Jane C* Warden, born 20 May, 181 1. 

3 ii. Augusta H.* Warden, born 18 Feb., 1814. 

4 iii. Henry Hughes* Warden, born 26 Nov., 181 7. 

5 iv. Augustus* Warden, born i Dec, 1819. 

6 V. Mary F.* Warden, born 8 April, 1824. Now living at New- 

burgh, N. Y. 




HENRY HUGHES WARDEN. 

Henry Hughes^ "Warden, son of Appleton' and Susan (Withers) 
Warden was born in New York city, 26 November, 18 17. 
He passed most of his life in China, being at one time at the 
head of the American banking and commercial house, repre- 
senting a well-known firm, which handled a great part of the 
export tea trade from China. He married first, Elizabeth 
Bealof Kingston, Mass. She died in Nottingham, England, 
in 1888. For his second wife he married Miss Mary 

Note.— The "Coat of Arms" in front part of book, was taken from a seal worn by the late 
Henry H. Warden, and loaned by the kindness of Mrs. Susan W. (Warden) Barker. 
The seal was obtained in England in 1874, when Mr. Warden had a record of the 
family looked up in England, and this is believed to be the coat of arms of bis 
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Ethridge of Duxbuty, Mass., in Sept., 1890. He died in 
Kingston, Mass., 2 Jan., 1899, at an advanced age. He 
had five children by his first wife. 

Children : 

7 i. Henry Priuce^ Warden, born 12 Oct., 1855. 

8 ii. Susan Withers^ Warden, born 17 Jan., 1857. 

9 iii. Isaac Appleton^ Warden, born 18 May, 1858, died in France, 

May, 1876. buried in Kingston, Mass. 

10 IV. Thomas BeaP Warden, born 4 Nov., 1859. He is a contractor, 

now in Cuba. 

11 V. Elizabeth BeaP Warden, born 18 June, 1864. She is not mar- 

ried. The last ten years she has spent in traveling abroad. 



6. 

Mary F*^ "Warden, daughter of Appleton' Warden and Susan 
(Withers) Warden, born 8 April, 1824. Married H. W. 
Murtfeldt of Newburgh, N. Y. He was bom in Germany, 
dukedom of Schumburgh-Lippe. He came to New York 
in 1834, was a cabinetmaker by trade. In 1853 ^^ moved to 
Newburgh and became a fruit-grower. 

Children: 

12 i. Henry Augustus^ Murfeldt, born 22 Jan., deceased. 

13 ii. Charlotte J.^ Murtfeldt, born 17 Nov., 1846. 

14 iii. William Appleton^ Murtfeldt, born 7 Dec, 1848. Married Miss 

Mary Vernot of Newburgh ; they have three children living 
in Roxbury, Mass. 

15 iv. Walter Warden^ Murtfeldt, born 12 March, 1851. 

16 V. Edward M ^ Murtfeldt, born 25 Aug., 1853. Married Miss Anna 

McCord. They have six children living in Newburgh, N. Y. 

17 vi. Alfred S.^ Murtfeldt, born 22 Sept., 1855. Married Miss Sarah 

Quackenbush. They have one child and live in Canajoharie, 
N. Y. 

18 vii. Susan E.^ Murtfeldt, born 26 Nov., 1858. 

19 viii. Mary E.^ Murtfeldt, born 31 Jan., i860. 

20 ix. James ly. ^Murtfeldt. born 4 Aug., 1862. lyives in Roxbury. 

21 X. Bertha^ Murtfeldt, born 21 June, 1868; married William Hardie, 

and lives in Fall River, Mass. 



7. 

Henry Prince^ "Warden, son of Henry Hughes^ {App/eion') and 
Elizabeth (Beal) Warden, born at Astoria, N. Y., 12 Oct., 



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1855. Married at Portsmouth, N. H., 15 Dec, 1892, to 
Katie S. Harrington of Henniker, N. H. 

22 i. Delfina Harrington* Warden, bom 10 Oct., 1896. 



Sus^ifi Withers^ Warden^ daughter of Henry Hughes* {Appleton') 
and Elizabeth (Beal) Warden, bom 17 Jan., 1857. Married 
William Torrey Barker, 24 June, 1878, at Kingston, Mass. 
He was born, 14 Feb., 1851, at Hanson, Mass., the son of 
Josiah and Eliza (Gushing) Barker of Scituate. He was a 
graduate of Harvard University, class of 1873. He is a 
paper manufacturer. Many of Mr. Barker's connections 
served in United States navy. Rear Admiral Joseph Smith, 
U. S. N., Rear Admiral Albert Smith, U. S. N., being 
cousins, and William Gushing, who destroyed the Albemarle, 
was first cousin of his mother. Lieut. Pillsbury, who com- 
manded the Vesuvius in the Guban war, is also a cousin. 

Ghildren : 

Elizabeth Gushing* Barker, bom 15 Sept., 1879. 
lyouisa Beal* Barker, born 17 Jan., 1881. 
Marion Appleton* Barker, born 13 Jan., 1884. 
William Bowen* Barker, born 6 Jan., 1889. 
Judith Drew* Barker, born 30 July, 1892. 
William Torrey* Barker, Jr., born 18 Aug., 1895. 



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WARDEN FAMILY. 

ENGLAND. AMERICA. 



U 

James' Warden, the first we have any account of in this line, was 
bom at Crosley, Somerset, Eng., about 1770. Married 



Children : 

2 i. Naomi^ Warden, born 28 June, 1792, died 1805. 

3 ii. Jane* Warden, born 5 Feb., 1795, died 1805. 

4 iii. Ann* Warden, born 20 April, 1797, died 1839. 

5 iv. Hannah* Warden, born 23 Sept., 1800, died 1820. 

6 v.. James* Warden, Jr., born 8 Aug., 1803, died 1853. 



James* "Warden, son of James' Warden, born in England, 8 Aug., 
1803, died 18 Nov., 1853, married Eliza Franklin. She was 
' born in England, 1822, died 20 May, 1880. 

Children : 

7 i. James^ Warden, born 24 June, 1823. 

8 ii. Eliza^ Warden, born 24 May, 1824, died 6 June, 1892. 

9 iii. Ann^ Warden, born 22 Sept., 1826. 

10 iv. James^ Warden, born 6 March, 1829, died 1877. 

11 V. George^ Warden, born 6 July, 183 1. 

12 vi. DanieP Warden, born 2 July, 1833, died 11 March, 1836. 

13 vii. William^ Warden, born 7 Aug., 1835, died 25 June, 1842. 

14 viii. DanieP Warden, born 30 March, 1838, died 4 June, 1842. 

15 ix. John^ Warden, born 10 Aug., 1840, died 3 July, 1899. 

16 X. William^ Warden, born 10 June, 1843, °ow living in England. 

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John^ Watdexif son of James^ (/ames^) and Eliza (Franklin) 
Warden, bom lo Aug., 1840, in England, came to America 
with his family about 1880; settled at Worcester, Mass. 
Married Mary Coombs; she died 15 Nov., 1894. He died 
3 July, 1899. 

Children : 

18 i. Martha C* Warden, bom 13 May, 1862. 

19 ii. George* Warden, born 25 March, 1865. 

20 Hi. Mary* Warden, bom 21 July, 1868. 

21 iv. Lydia* Warden, born 28 July, 1870. 

22 V. John* Warden, Jr., born 19 July, 1872 ; married Evelyn M. Weir. 

Clerk by occupation. 

23 vi. Paulina* Warden, bom 30 January, 1874. 

24 vii. James* Warden, bom 26 July, 1875, a moulder by occupation ; 

married Jessie McTammany. 

25 viii. William D.* Warden, born 8 Feb., 1877; married Priscilla 

Taylor. 

26 ix. Percy* Warden, born 15 Sept., 1878, clerk by occupation. 

27 X. Annie E.* Warden, born 24 Feb., 1880. 

28 xi. Alice J.* Warden, born 6 Nov., 1881. 

29 xii. Charles F.* Warden, bom 23 June, 1883. 

30 xiii. Hephzibah E.* Warden, bom 19 Jan., 1885. 



J9. 

George* Warden^ son of John^ (/ames^y fames') and Mary 
(Coombs) Warden, born in England, 25 March, 1865, 
married Elizabeth Manchester. A moulder by occupation. 

31 i. Raymond* Warden, born 25 March, 1899. 



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SALEM BRANCH 

OF 

WARDEN FAMILY. 



The Warden family has been a difficult one to trace, owing to 
the imperfect state of many records. A manuscript history and 
pedigree was for a long period possessed by the family, but many 
years ago was lost under the following circumstances, related by 
Miss Anna Ross^ Warden of Salem, Mass. : — Dr. Elisha Story of 
Marblehead, Mass., requested his cousin, Sarah Bridge Gorman, 
wife of John^ Warden (and grandmother of above mentioned 
Anna Ross^ Warden of Salem) to send him for perusal, the family 
history and records, which he promised to return. In those days 
the only means of conveyance was by the stage coach, and by the 
driver of one of these she sent the manuscript. Unfortunately, 
as the coachman later confessed, he encountered a driving snow- 
storm on his way to Marblehead and lost his hat in which he had 
placed the document. Although a search was made, the latter 
was never recovered. Miss Warden says that she often heard 
her father express regret over this incident and remark ' ' at any 
rate we can trace back to a king. ' ' Whether this literally meant 
a royal descent she does not know and probably nobody will ever 
be able to shed any light upon the subject. 

There seems to be no proof that Thomas ** Wardin '' of Scituate 
was the ancestor of the Salem family of Wardens, I, however, 
for the following reasons consider him as such : — Although the 
name appears as *' Wardin " in the History of Scituate, it does 
not in the least follow that it is correctly spelled. Warden was 
sometimes written thus by mistake, as for instance, in the Salem 
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Salem, married Nov. 13, 1772, by Rev. Asa Dunbar.'* Thomas 
''Wardin'* of Scituate, had children, Thomas, Samuel, and 
*' Frances." The spelling of the latter I believe to have also 
been a mistake, either in the records or in copying them, and in 
reality not to mean a daughter but a son Francis, Taking this for 
granted, the three sons would correspond perfectly to the Thomas, 
Samuel, and Francis who appear in Boston about 1715 and later 
(it is stated in the History of Scituate on page 377, that Thomas 
Wardin and family probably removed to Boston after 1698.) It 
may also be added that Francis was a very uncommon name in 
the ''Colonies*' at that time and it is unlikely that in a small 
place like old Boston and vicinity there existed more than one 
Francis Warden of the same generation. Another point which 
strengthens my theory, is the fact that Francis Warden of Boston, 
named his eldest son, Thomas, presumably for his father Thomas 
of Scituate. There is no deed in Suffolk County that states the 
place from which the family had come, therefore, there is no 
actual proof of the family connection unless it be found in 
Plymouth County records. There was also some doubt respect- 
ing the next generation, as it was not at all certain that John^ 
Warden of Salem was the son of the above mentioned Francis of 
Boston. I believe that I have succeeded in proving the parentage 
as follows : — The birth of John^ Warden of Salem is not found in 
Boston Records, but this is not surprising, for they are known to 
be very incomplete. His death, however, is given in the family 
Bible (at the old Salem homestead) and occurred on the ** 27th of 
April, 1820, aged 85 and 3 months," which would make the date 
of his \i\r^ January 1735, Knowing the customs of the times, it 
is not likely that he had not married before November 1772, on 
which date he would have been nearly thirty-eight years of age. 
It is therefore reasonable to suppose that Sarah Bridge Gorman 
was his second wife, and this is strengthened by the Salem 
Records which give * * Elizabeth Blyth ' * as wife of a John Warden 
before 1772, after which date Elizabeth Blyth disappears and a 
John Warden appears with wife Sarah. Moreover, Salem records 
give to John Warden and wife Elizabeth, a son with that un- 
common name of Francis, who was baptised '*Nov. 22, 1761 
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23, page 271. Compare to this the first entry in the Warden fam- 
ily Bible (Salem homestead) which states that ** Francis Warden, 
died about 1776 on board the Jersey Prison Ship, New York, 
aged 18." This Bible was only published in 18 10 (in Phila- 
delphia) and evidently the person who wrote the above was not 
positive concerning the date of death and wrote " about 1776 '* — 
it probably occurred later. Does not this correspond with the 
Francis, son of John Warden and wife Elizabeth Blyth, and 
baptised (as stated above) in Salem 22 Nov. 1761 ? It seems to 
be a certainty that these John Wardens were one and the same 
man. The strongest proof, however, that John of Salem was the 
son of Francis of Boston is the entry found in Records of Old 
South Church, Boston : — ** John, son of Francis Warden and wife 
Elizabeth, baptised /a^^. 5, //j^-j. ' ' This agrees exactly with the 
record in the family Bible, which says that John Warden died 
** 27th of April 1820, aged 85 years and 3 months ! " 



GENEALOGY. 

J. 

Thomas' "Warden or **"Wardm^, the progenitor of the Salem 
Branch, was residing in Scituate, Mass., in 1690. He mar- 
ried Elizabeth Sergeant. They had children : 

o (doubtful) Johu, born about 1686-7, a^id was buried from Christ 

Church, Boston, 8 June, 1732, "aged 45." Perhaps he was 
the one who married Katherine Hutchin, 17 Feb., 1723. This 
would account for the name of John in families of Thomas^ 
and Francis*. However, it has not been proved that the 
above named John was a son of Thomas^ of Scituate. 

2 i. Thomas*, bom 1690, married Anna Johnson. He died in 1747-8 

and had probably married twice, leaving widow Mary. He 
had many children. 

3 ii. Elizabeth*, born 1692. 

4 iii. Francis*, born 1695, married Elizabeth Crowel, 23 Dec, 1718. 

5 iv. Samuel*, born 1698, married Sarah Davise, 7 July, 1720. Both 

were admitted to First Church, Boston, 31 Dec, 1721. He 
owned the Covenant, 13 Oct., 1754, according to Records of 
First Church. He and his brother Francis* owned land on 
Beacon Hill. Samuel* was living in 1770. 

6 V. (doubtful) Ruth*, admitted to First Church of Boston, 26 June, 

1720, a year previous to the admittance of above named 
Samuel* and Sarah Davise. The relationship of Ruth has 
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2. 

Thomas* "Warden^ son of Thomas* and Elizabeth (Sergent) 
Warden, bom at Scituate, ii Jan., 1690. Married about 
1713, Anna Johnson of Marblehead ; second, i Aug., 1734, 
Mary Loring of Hull. He was a farmer and afterwards 
an innholder. He was a member of Brattle St. Church in 
1 71 3. Was constable 1738. Died 1747. His will, 11 Nov., 
1747, Sampson Salter, Exec, (seepage 78) wife Mary and 
daughter Anna sole heirs. Children born in Boston. 

By Anna (Johnson) Warden : 

7 i. Anna^ bom 3 Dec, 1713, baptized 7 Jan., 1714, died 9 Sept., 

1 714, aged 9 months. 

8 ii. Anna^ baptized 9 Oct., 1715, died in infancy. 

9 iii. Thomas^ bom 5 Dec, 1717, died in infancy. 

10 iv. Thonlas^ born 8 Jan., 1719, died in infancy. 

11 V. Thomas^ born 7 Feb., 1721, baptized 11 Feb , 1722, died in 

infancy. 

12 vi. Benjamiu^ bom July 10, 1724, baptized 2 Aug., 1724, died in 

infancy. 

13 vii. John^ born 27 Jan., 1726, baptized 29 Jan., 1727, died in infancy. 

14 viii. John^ born 12 Dec, 1728, baptized 15 Dec, 1728, died in infancy. 

15 ix. Anna^ baptized 15 Nov., 1730, died 1748. 

By Mary (Loring) Warden : 

16 i. Tho^las^ baptized 28 Dec, 1735, died before 1747. 

Widow married James Clark, blacksmith, of Hull, 30 Nov., 
1 75 1. She sold land in Hull, 1769. 



4. 

Francis* "Warden, (Thomas^), born 1695, settled in Boston, mar- . 

ried (i) Elizabeth Crowel, 23 Dec, 1718, and (2) Sarah 

between the years 1749 and 1758. He probably had no 
children by his second wife. His will, dated 17 June, 1765, 
was proved 13 June, 1766, and mentions his son John, 
daughter Elizabeth, wife of Edward Potter, daughter Mary, 
wife of John Greenleaf , also the children of his * * late son 
Thomas ' ' , and rest of estate to his wife Sarah. Francis 
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He mortgages land on Beacon St. , Boston to James Bowdoin, 
6 June, 1745. He and wife Elizabeth sell'a house and land 
on Beacon St. to John Lovell of Boston, 20 April, 1749. He 
and wife Sarah sell land near Beacon Hill, on Beacon St. , 
to Henry Bromfield, 17 Nov., 1758. He sells land to John 
Mills, 23 June, 1759, and gives a mortgage to vSame person, 
25 June, 1759.' **Fire in Boston, 1760 — Francis Warden 
among the losers. ' ' 

His children, probably all by his first wife : 

17 i. Thomas^ born 5 Oct., 17 19, married Isabella Wheems, 7 Nov., 

1741. Administration of his estate granted 23 April, 1750. 
They had several children. 

18 ii. Elizabeth^ born 5 Mar., 1721, married Edward Potter. She 

was baptized i April, 1722. 

19 iii. William^ baptized 8 Nov., 1724. 

20 'r^:„g/ iv. Marga^et^ baptized 7 Nov., 1731. 

21 \ V. Mary^ baptized 7 Nov., 1731, married John Greenleaf. 

22 vi. John^ born 1735, baptized 5 Jan., 1735. 



5. 

Samuel'' "Warden, son of Thomas' and Elizabeth (Sergent) 
Warden, born in Scituate, 28 May, 1698, married in Boston, 
7 July, 1720, by Jos. Sewell of Old South Church, to Sarah 
Davise, daughter of Thos. and Hannah Davise, born 1698-9, 
Mar. 27. Bought lot of Elisha Cooke, 10 Oct., 1735. He 
was a carpenter and lived on Turner St., Beacon Hill, till 14 
Feb., 1 771, when he sold his house to Benj. Sumner, Jr. 

Children born in Boston : 

23 i. Ma^y^ born 26 Jan., 1722-3. Published i Oct., 1741, to Benj. 

Child. 

24 ii. William^ born 28 Mar., 1725-6. 

25 iii. SamueP, born 17 May, 1729, perhaps married Ann Beartell, 28 

Dec, 1753. Four children: i, Mary, baptized 10 Dec, 1758; 
2, Anna, baptized 16 Nov., 1760; 3, Sarah, baptized 31 Jan., 
1762 ; 4, Elizabeth, baptized 18 Dec, 1763. 

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WARDEN FAMILY GENEAIX)GY. 

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Anna^ "Warden^ daughter of Thomas' • ( Thomas^) and Anna 
(Johnson) Warden, bom Nov. 1730, died 1748, and by her 
death the family of Thomas' became extinct. Her estate 
was settled by Francis Warden, housewright, as adminis- 
trator. Saml. Warden and Thomas Warden, housewrights, 
signed bond for ;^25o. The following is a copy of the 
appraisal of her property. 



APPRAISAL. 

Anna Warden, Boston, minor daughter of Thomas Warden, 
deceased, Inholder ; Francis Warden, Housewright. 



Francis Warden, ) 

Saml. Warden, V Housewrights, Boston, 

Thomas Warden, j 



Bond ;^25o. 





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WARDEN FAMILY GENEAI^OGY. 7 1 

Thomas^ "Warden, son of Francis^ {Thomas^) and Elizabeth 
(Crowel) Warden, bom in Boston, 5 Oct., 1719. Married 
in Boston, 7 Nov., 1741, by Mr. Thd. Prince of Old South 
Church, to Isabella Wheems. He was a housewright, and a 
member of Brattle Street Church ; Viewer of Boards, 
Shingles, etc., 1745- 1748. Died about 1750. Wife was 
appointed administratrix 23 April, 1750, and gave bond for 
;^5o ; Samuel Warden, witness. 

Children bom in Boston : 

Thomas*, baptized, Brattle St. Churcli, 21 Mar., 1742. 

Elizabeth*, baptized 25 Mar., 1744, died in iufancy. 

William*, born 19 Oct., 1746, married 30 Sept., 1767-8, Sarah 

Cob urn. 
Elizabeth*, baptized 16 Aug., 1747, died in infancy. 
Elizabeth*, baptized 3 Sept., 1749. 



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John^ "Warden^ {Francis^, Thomas^), bom 1735, baptized 5 Jan., 
1735, married (i) Elizabeth Blyth, daughter of Benj. Blyth 
of Salem, and (2) Sarah Bridge Gorman, daughter of John 
Gorman and his wife Sarah Bridge (daughter of the Rev. 
Thomas Bridge of England and his wife Elizabeth Turner of 
England) 13 Nov., 1772. John^ died 27 April, 1820, aged 
85 years and 3 months. His wife, Sarah, died 15 Mar., 1826, 
aged 83 years. 

By his first wife he had children : 

32 i. John*, baptized 3 Sept., 1758. 

33 ii. Elizabeth*, baptized 10 Aug., 1760. 

34 iii. Francis* baptized 22 Nov., 1761, died about 1776 (probably 

later) on board the Jersey Prison Ship, New York. 

By his second wife, Sarah Bridge Gorman, John^ had children : 

35 i. Sarah*. 

36 ii. ''Betsey"* (Elizabeth). 

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Mary^ "Warden, daughter of Saml.* ( Thomas^) and Sarah (Davis) 
Warden, bom 26 Jan., 1722-3, married Benjamin Child, i 
Oct., 1 741, by Rev. . He bom . 

Children : 

38 i. Benj.* Child, born 17 Nov., 1742. 

39 ii. Sarah* Child, born 9 Sept., 1746. 

40 iii. William* Child, bom 29 Oct., 1748. 



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"William'* Warden, son of Thomas^ {Francis'', Thomas^) and 
Isabella (Wheems) Warden, bom 19 Oct., 1746, died before 
18 1 5. Married in Boston, 30 Sept., 1767-8, by Rev. Sim 
Howard of West Church, to Sarah Cobum, daughter of 
Ebenezer and Rebecca (Hill) Cobum (who were married by 
Theo. Foxcroft, 29 Jan., 1735), grandchild of Saml. Hill and 
great grandchild of Nathaniel and Susanna Heaton from 
whom she inherited property on Marlborough Street in 
Boston, 1770. She died 25 Nov., 1815, aged 69 years; 
funeral from house of her son-in-law, Elisha Copeland, on 
Pleasant Street. William was a perukemaker ; The Boston 
News Letter, 26 Sept., 1771, contains this notice : *' William 
Warden, perruqure in Kings Street, Boston, informs the 
ladies that he would color the hair on the head from red or 
other disagreeable color to dark brown and black. * * In the 
Massachusetts Spy of 3 May, 1775, is found this : In a letter 
about the battle of Lexington the writer says: **A young 
man who was taken prisoner and made to assist the British in 
removing the wounded, said that he saw a barber, who lived 
in Boston, thought to be one Warden, with the troops and he 
heard them say that he was one of their pilots. He likewise 
saw the said barber fire twice at our men. ' ' This must have 
referred to the above Warden as he left the city when the 
British did and was proscribed and banished in 1778. By an 
Act of the General Court, 1781, a commission was appointed 
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absentees, and under that law, Saml. Henshaw and Saml. 
Barrett sold at auction, 1783, the estate of Wm. Warden and 
Sarah (Cobum) Warden his wife, situated on Marlborough 
Street, etc., to Christopher Clark for ;^7o; said Warden 
being an absentee. 

Children born in Boston. 

41 i. William^ born 12 Dec, 1768-9. 

42 ii. Sarah^, born 31 Jan., 1771, who married Klisha Copeland. 



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lohn^ Warden^ {John^, Francis^, Thomas^), born 27 May, 1775, 
married to Rachel Ross, daughter of William and Hannah 
Ross of Salem, 20 Jan., 1800, by the Rev. Thomas Barnard. 
He (John^) was " appointed Sergeant- Major of the Artillery 
Regiment, in the First Brigade and Second Division of the 
Militia of Massachusetts,** 2 Sept., 18 13, Signed ''John 
Russell, Lieut. Col. Com'dt.** He died 16 Sept., 1858. 
She died of consumption, 14 Mar., 1846, aged 66. 

They had children : 

43 i. John^, born 8 April, 1801. He was an officer on Brig '* Henrico," 

13 Dec, 1823. He died at Salem, i Mar. 1849. 

44 ii. Sarah Gorman^, born 22 Jan., 1803, married to Timothy Holmes, 

I Dec, 1825, by the Rev. lyucius Bolls. They had children. 

45 iii. " Betsey "^ born 7 April, 1804, married to William Gray Verry, 

20 May, 1823, by the Rev. John Prince. They had a child : 
Elizabeth, born 30 Mar., 1824, married to John Miles, 20 Jan., 
1846, by the Rev. Wm. Richardson. They had two children. 
Wm. G. Verry died 2 Feb., 1829, and his wife, "Betsey" 
Warden, married for her second husband, Joshua Bailey 
lyittle, 20 Sept., 1837, (by Rev. Charles Sewall). She died 
27 Nov., 1845. 

46 iv. PVancis*, born 6 July, 1806, married Lydia S. Davis. He died 

27 Jan., 1873. 

47 V. Catherine Wright*, born 18 April, 1808, married to Joshua Bailey 

Little of Danvers, 23 Jan., 1847, ^^y the Rev. Thomas 
Anderson. Joshua died 25 Aug., 1849. 

48 vi. Henry Ross*, born 11 Aug., 1810, went to California during the 

**Gold Craze" and died there 15 Nov., 1852 (of Brights 
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49 vii. William Ross*, boru 30 June, 1812, married to Almira Holman 
Smith, 9 Oct., 1840, by the Rev. Alexander S. Sessions. 
They had children. 

f^ Twins I ^^."' Bom and died 27 Jan., 1814. 

52 X. Anna Ross*, born 8 Feb., 181 7. Residing at the Warden Home- 
stead, Essex Street, Salem, in the year 1900. Unmarried. 



44* 

Sarah Gornian^ Warden, daughter of John'* (/okn\ Francis^, 
Thomas^) and Rachel (Ross) Warden, born 22 Jan., 1803, 
married to Timothy Holmes, i Dec, 1825, by Rev. I^ucius 
Bolls. 

Children : 

Sarah Elizabeth^ Holmes, married Edw. Stevens, Dec. 13, 1857. 
Ann Catherine^ Holmes. 
Rachel Ellen** Holmes. 
John Henry* Holmes. 
Wm. Warden* Holmes. 



45. 

**Bctscy ^^ "Warden^ daughter of John'* {John^, Francis^, Thomas^) 
and Rachel (Ross) Warden, bom 7 April, 1804, married by 
Rev. John Prince, D. D., to William G. Verry, 20 May, 1823. 
He died 2 Feb., 1829. Married (2) 20 Sept., 1837, by Rev. 
Chas. Sewall, to Joshua Bailey Little. She died 27 Nov., 
1845, aged 41 years and 7 months. 

58 i. Elizabeth Gray^ Verry, born 30 Mar., 1824. 



46. 

Francis^ Warden, {John^.Jokn^, Francis^, Thomas^) born in Salem, 
6 July, 1806, married 6 May, 1833, by the Rev. John 
Pierpont, to Lydia Susanna Davis7 (Isaac^, Ezra^, Ezra^, 
Ichabod3, William^, William') who was born 3 June, 181 1. 
They resided for over thirty years in Paris, France, and both 
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Franco- Prussian War. She died of pneumonia, 23 Jan., 
1873. He, much weakened by the privations he had under- 
gone during the siege, did not survive the shock of his wife's 
death and died four days later, 27 Jan., 1873. They are 
both buried in the cemetery at Forest Hills, Boston, Mass. 

They had children : 

59 i. Francis Little^ born in New York 26 April, 1834, married Kate 

L. Wight, 24 June, 1857. The^ resided in Paris, France. He 
died of Roman fever, 5 April, 1870, and is buried at Pau 
(South of France). His wife died m New York, 4 May, 1885. 
Francis L. Warden was talented as a writer and very musical. 
They had no children. 

60 ii. William Davis^ born 11 July, 1837. died at Ostend, Belgium, of 

heart disease, 2 Aug., 1895 or '96. Never married. He 
resided many years in England and was a great social favorite. 
He was travelling with his friend, the Duke of Albany 
(Queen Victoria's son) when that Prince died. He was noted 
in Society for his wit. 

61 iii. Edward MitchelP, born 24 June, 1842. 

62 iv. Clarence^ born 3 Sept., 1845, married Harriet H. Payne, 5 

Nov., 1870. 

63 V. Juliet Pierpont^ born 2 Sept., 185 1, married to Col. William 

Henry Peregrine Carington of England, 15 Sept., 1871. They 
have no children and reside in England. 



49- 

William Ross^ Warden, son of John^ {John^, Francis^, Thomas') 
and Rachel Warden, born 30 June, 1812, died May, 1892. 
Married Almira Holman Smith, daughter of lyoring W. 
Smith of Salem, 9 Oct., 1840, by Rev. Alex. S. Sessions. 

Children : 

64 i. Juliana Smith* Warden. 

65 ii. William L.* Warden, bom 1842. 

66 iii. Minnie A. H.* Warden, who married S. A. Underhill of Somer- 

ville, Mass. 

67 ^^'^ j iv. Henry Holmau* Warden, born and died 27 Jan., 1844. 

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76 WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 

Elizabeth Gray^ Vcrry, daughter of " Betseys " (Warden) and 
Wm. G. Verry, bom 30 Mar., 1824, married by Rev. 
Wm. Richardson, to John Miles, 20 Jan., 1846. 

Two children : 

69 i. John Henry^ Miles. 

70 ii. Catherine Bailey^ Miles. 



6U 

Edward Mitchell^ Warden, son of Francis^, {John^, John^^ 
Francis^, Thomas^) and Lydia Susanna (Davis) Warden, born 
24 June, 1824, married Kate Patten Walker of Bath, Me., 
18 April, 1867. They resided in France and England. He 
died in London, 14 Jan., 1892. 

The children, nearly all of whom were born in Brighton, Eng. 

71 i. Francis^ Warden, born in England, 2 Dec, 1868. Educated at 

Wellington College. Fought with the English, under 
Colonel Plumer, in South Africa, against the Boers in 1900. 

72 ii. Clarence PercivaF Warden, born in England, 18 Aug., 1870. 

Educated in England, became a Captain in English Militia, 
and died at Nice, 22 April, 1896. 

73 iii. William Herbert^ Warden, born in England, 18 Aug., 1870, 

died in 1871. 

74 iv. Reginald Edward^ Warden, born in England, i April, 1872. 

75 V. Katherine Patten^ Warden, born about 1874. 

76 vi. Edward^ Warden, born 14 May, 1875. Residing in England, 

where he studied architecture. 

77 vii. Juliet^ Warden, born Feb. 1879, and died 1879. 

78 viii. Vera^ Warden, born 27 Jan., 1880. 



62. 

Qarence^ Warden, {Francis^, John^, John^, Francis^, Thomas^) 
was born in New York City, 3 Sept. , 1845. He was married 
5 Nov., 1870, by the Rev. Samuel Dyke, to Harriet Hatch 
Payne^ (William^, John^, John^, Jonathan^, Jonathan^, 
Thomas^, Thomas'). She is a descendant of Stephen 
Hopkins who came to this country in the "Mayflower," 



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1620. Since their marriage they have always resided in 
Paris, France, during seventeen years at 154 Ave. des 
Champs Elys^es and lately at 76 Ave. Marceau. 

They have children : 

79 i. William Francis^ born 2 June, 1872, married Eleanor C. 

Denham, 12 July, 1898. 

80 ii. Edward Clarence^, born in Paris, 30 Aug., 1875. Educated at 

Bath College, England. 



63. 

Juliet Picrpont Rcnic^ Warden, daughter of Francis^ and Lydia 
Susanna (Davis) Warden, born in Paris, France, 2 Sept., 
1 85 1, married lyieut.-Col. the Hon. William Henry Peregrine 
Carington of England, 15 Sept., 1871. 

81 i. One adopted son, Guy^ (see English Peerage). 



65. 

William LJ" Warden, son of William Rosss (/o/in^,/okn^, Francis'', 
Thomas') and Maria (Smith) Warden, born in Salem, 22 
April, 1842, married Hannah F. Oakes, 1871. 

Children : 

82 i. William Oakes^ Warden, born 18 May, 1872. 

83 ii. Francis Falkner^ Warden, born 8 Sept., 1873. 

84 iii. Grace Richardson^ Warden, born 17 Feb., 1884, died 18 Nov., 

1888. 



79- 

William Francis^ Warden, (Clarence^, Francis^, John^, Johri^, 
Francis^, Thomas') born 2 June, 1872, was taken to France 
when about six months old and has been educated in Paris. 
He began to study drawing and painting at the early age of 
ten and is following Art as a profession. He took drawing 
with Joseph Mezzara and painting with Benjamin Constant, 
Lt^on Comerre, Aime Morot and Tony Robert Fleury. He 



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has been exhibiting since 1896 at the Paris Salon (Soci^t^ 
des Artistes Fran9ais) and at the Chicago Art Institute, etc. 
He was married, 12 July, 1898, by the Rev. George H. 
Dole, to Eleanor Cotton Denham (Westons, Thomas^, 
Thomas^, James*, James'). In 1600 the Denhams were 
Scotch and owned land in that country. She is descended 
from the Kings of Scotland through the celebrated families 
of Stuart, Douglas and Maxwell. He mother, Melinda C. 
Potter, was descended from the Rev. James Potter, who was 
born 1734 and died 22 Mar., 1815. William Francis7 and 
his wife reside at 115 Rue de Courcelles, Paris, France. 



WILL OF THOMASM^^^^^^O WARDEN. 



Boston, 8 March, 1747. 

In the name of God, Amen. I, Thomas Warden, of Boston, 
in County of Suffolk, and Province of the Massachusetts Bay, in 
New England, Inholder, being weak and infirm of body, but thro 
mercy of sound and disposing mind and memor>' do make and 
ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form 
following, hereby revoking and making null and void all former 
and other wills by me at any time heretofore made. First, and 
principally, I commit my precious and immortal soul into the 
hands of God, my creator, relying solely on His mercy through 
the merits and satisfaction of my Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, 
for the pardon of my sins and gracious acceptance with Him. My 
body I commit to the earth to be decently buried at the direction 
of my executor herein named, and for my temporal goods and 
estate, I will that the same be employed and bestowed in manner 
as is hereinafter expressed, that is to say, t will and order that 
all my just debts and funeral expenses be well and truly paid by 
my executor. 



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Item : 

I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife, Mary Warden, 
all and every, the household goods and furniture of household 
and whatever she brought unto me at the time of our marriage, 
together with one-half moity or half part of all my other estate 
both real and personal, whatsoever and wheresoever the same 
be found. 

All the remainder of my estate, I give and devise and bequest 
unto my well beloved child, Anna Warden, to be holden by her, 
her heirs, and assigns forever, and it is my desire, and I do here- 
by will and order, my executor to make division of my estate 
between my wife and daughter in the more just manner as the 
same is before given and devised. 

I now constitute and appoint my trusty friend, Mr. Sampson 
Salter, of Boston, to be the executor, ii Nov., 1747. 

Inventory : 

1 old bed, 2 bolsters, 4 pillows, 

2 old beds, straw bed and cot, 

1 old quilt, 2 odd blankets, rug, - 

2 sheets, 

I chest of drawers and table, 
I blanket, 32 old flagg bottom chairs and 

2 armed chairs, 
I looking glass, 
I press for cloths and linen, 
I cross cut saw, i pr. small brass hand font, 
I hand iron, fire shovel, etc., 
I glass, - . . . 

I bead 39W at 12/, 

I bead 6ow at 9/, - - - 

I easy chair, - - . _ 

1 large quilt, - - - . 

2 pr. linen curtains, 
I desk ;^5, I table, 

1 close stool pan ;^3, pepper box, 
4 brass candle stocks, 

2 cruse, 2 mustard pots, 2 salts, 

1 pr. andirons, i tongs, 
7 pr. sheets, 2 table cloths, 

2 table cloths and coarse linen. 



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8 Garlick pillow cases, 


5 








I warming pan, 


4 








I silver watch, 


25 








I old torn cloth bed, 


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2 bolsters, - . - . 


6 


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I gun, .... 


5 








2 old lines and leads, etc. , 


3 


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I bedstead and bed. 


I 


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Old iron, .... 


3 








I coffee pot, and iron box, 2 jugs, 


3 


ID 





I pickle pot and qt. bottle, 


I 


15 





I maple table and frying pan, 


5 








I pr. andirons, etc.. 


3 








I old hair line. 





5- 





71 pewter, - . . . 


30 


3 


6 


51 brass with iron bale. 


- 25 


10 





I morter and pestle. 


5 








I counterpin. 


4 








I child's blanket and shoes, 


3 








I jack and wright. 


4 








6 iron candle sticks. 


I 








I chaffin dish. 


2 


5 





I tea kittle and bellows. 


4 


10 





I gridiron and box. 


3 








2 Sat irons. 


2 








I skittle frame and toaster, 


5 


5 





I pr. iron dogs and iron pot. 








3 tramels and fire shovels, 


5 


5 





2 splitts, old copper pot, 


5 


10 





I tin gallon pot, i qt. , 


2 


5 





2 old plain tables and folding board. 


I 


10 





I pan, .... 


I 


5 





I old wood ax, cooper adze, 


2 








5 punch bowls and pops. 


I 


5 





4 brown mugs. 





6 





16 gallons rum, 


24 








2 gallons brandy. 


4 


10 





I large Bible and 4 small ones. 


5 


10 





I looking glass. 


I 


10 





Rope, - - - - - 


I 


10 





5 hhd. , 2 bbls. and 3 half. 


6 








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10 





3 set tubs, 


2 








Rubbish in garret. 


2 








I negro man, 


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Cash in paper bills of credit, 

Cash in gold, 

Cash in silver, 

Cash in English shillings, 

5 Pisterenes, 

Wearing Apparel, &c. : 

I cloth cloak and great coat, 
I ban yan, i sute cloth, 
I light coat and jacket, 
I flannel waist coat, &c., 

1 good hat and 2 old ones, 

2 wiggs, I good and i bad, 

2 caps, old stockings and shoes, 
5 shirts. 
Bills rec. , 



Expense of settling and bills pay. 



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THOMAS BRIDGE. 



Thomas Bridge, was born at Hackney, in England, in 1656, 
was regulariy educated at Oxford. His family is said to have 
been very wealthy. Shortly after his birth, occurred the '* Great 
Fire" in London. That terrible conflagration swept away the 
family mansion and all the contents (except one hamper of plate) 
of all their large possessions. Among other treasures, the family 
records disappeared, His origin and antecedents, therefore, 
cannot be fully stated. After graduating from Oxford, Mr. 
Bridge travelled extensively in Europe and the East. During 
this tour, events occurred which changed his views and induced 
him on his arrival in England to study for the ministry and finally 
take orders. About the same time, he married Miss Elizabeth 
Turner, the only child of a widow who married William Paterson, 
'* a Scotch gentleman" (see Knight's History of London), the 
projector of the Bank of England. In his will, dated ** West- 
minster, London, July i, 1718", her step-father says: "I give 
and bequeath to Elizabeth my daughter-in-law, the only child to 
my first wife Elizabeth Turner, relict of the late Thomas Bridge, 
minister of the Gospel in New England, ;^i500. 

Before he came to New England to settle, Mr. Bridge led a 
wandering yet useful life. He preached in Jamaica and Bermuda 
and in each of these places had received an invitation to settle as 
a minister of the gospel. His first place of residence in North 
America was West Jersey. He there also received an invitation 
to settle, refused this call and arrived in Boston on the 17th of 
March, 1704. He was regularly installed as a colleague and 
pastor with Messrs. Allen and Wadsworth, May loth, 1705. In 
the unsuccessful expedition made against Port Royal in 1707, he 
was appointed by the Governor and Council to accompany the 
Commissioners, June 5th. He sailed from Boston July 5th and 
returned the first of the following September. He received the 
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is affixed to the class which was graduated in 1675. He died 
suddenly of apoplexy on the 26th of September, 1715. His 
funeral sermon was preached by Rev. Mr. Colman and his re- 
mains were treated with particular respect. The church voted 
to pay his funeral expenses which amounted to ;^i04. His wife 
Elizabeth died May 22, 1722. They had one son and four 
daughters. 

The birth of a son was considered a very important event in 
this family as there had been a great deficiency in male heirs. 
Mr. Bridge made arrangements with his family in England, that 
his son should be educated in that country. His only brother 
came to America for the boy, who died very young of the small- 
pox. No male of this family in America. When he came to 
West Jersey he had four daughters. His children were as 
follows : 

i. Elizabeth^ married to Bryant Parrot, 7 Feb., 1710, by her, fa- 
ther. She died 29 Dec, 171 1. They had a child : Elizabeth, 
who died 29 May, 1712. 
ii. Bllen^ married to Joseph Marion^ {John^ John^ ), 7 June, 1711, 
by her father. 

iii. L,ydia^ married to Benjamin Grey, 23 Aug., 1715, by her father. ' 
They had a daughter : Indicia, who, after her parents' death 
returned to her relatives in the British Provinces or in Eng- 
land. 

iv. Copia^ married to Richie Love of Ireland, 5 Nov., 1719, by Rev. 
Joseph Sewall. They had children : i, William Richie, born 
Aug., 1820, married Margaret Ross, 7 Oct., 1746 and went to 
the British Provinces; 2, Bbenezer, born June, 1724. 

V. Sarah?, born i Mar., 1705, baptized 4 Mar., married to John 
Gorman, 3 Aug., 1740 by the Rev. Henry Caner. She died 
in Boston, 1762. Their daughter: Sarah Bridge, married 
John Warden of Salem, 13 Nov., 1772. 

vi. Anna^ born 19 Oct., died 23 Oct., 1707. 

vii. Thomas^ born 31 Oct., 1709 at 6 o'clock in the morning, bap- 
tized 6 Nov., 1709. He died very young. 

Ellcn^ Bridget niarried Joseph^ Marion, son of John^ Jr. and Anna 
(Harrison) Marion. Joseph^s grandfather, John' Marion, 
was living in Watertown in 1641, he niarried Sarah Eddy e, 
daughter of John Eddye, who emigrated to America in 1630 
and was the son of William Eddye, Vicar of St. Dunstan, 
Cranbrook, County Kent, England. William was educated 



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at Trinity College, Cambridge, and was Vicar of Cranbrook 
from 1 609-161 6. The children of Joseph^ Marion and wife 
Ellen Bridge were as follows : 

i. Anna, born 1712. 

ii. Ellen, born 1714. 

iii. Elizabeth, born 22 Sept., 1721, married William Story. 

iv. Prudence, born 1727. 

Joseph Marion educated his daughters as he would have edu- 
cated sons, following the example of his honored father-in-law, 
Rev. Thomas Bridge. They were accomplished in the languages, 
painting, drawing and needlework. " Mr. Joseph Marion was 
very aristocratic and exclusive, valued himself upon his pedigree, 
had a genealogy of his family upon parchment, illuminated and 
painted." This parchment was destroyed when his house was 
burnt. His daughter Elizabeth married William Story ' * Deputy 
Registrar of the Vice Admiralty Court at Boston". At the time 
of the Revolution his office was sacked and his public and private 
papers burnt by the mob. William Story was the son of Elisha 
and Sarah Cooper Story, and the father of Dr. Elisha Story of 
Marblehead who was in Col. Little's Regiment at Concord. Was 
also at Bunker Hill in the trenches with his friend Dr. Warren. 
He was a leader of one of the gangs who destroyed the tea in 
Boston Harbor, also one of the two commanders who gagged and 
bound the sentinels and siezed the two brass field-pieces placed 
on Boston Common to overawe the inhabitants. It was to him, 
that his cousin Sarah Bridge Gorman {wife of John^ Warden) sent 
the Warden family genealogy, on which occasion it was lost, as 
stated on the first page of these records. 

Dr. Elisha Story and his second wife Mehetable Pedrick, were 
the parents of Justice Joseph Story, who was the father of 
William Story, the celebrated sculptor and poet, and grandfather 
of Julian Story, the celebrated artist and portrait painter, who 
was educated in England and resides in Paris, France. 

Dr. Elisha Story died in Marblehead, 27 August, 1805. 



Part of the above is extracted from " Memorials of the Dead in Boston, King's Chapel 
Burial Ground", " History of the First Church in Boston 1630-1880", the records of the 
First Church, and the short manuscript genealogy of Warden family by Anna R. Warden 
of Salem. 



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WEST VIRGINIA. 



U 

Samuel' Warden, was born in Dublin, Ireland, , came to 

America and settled in the Ohio Valley, near the present 
site of Wheeling, West Va. 

Children : 

2 i. William* Warden, bom Aug. i8(x>, died Feb. 1892. 

3 ii. John* Warden, (never married). 

4 iii. Samuel* Warden. 

5 iv. Abram* Warden. 

6 V. Zachariah* Warden. 

7 vi. James M.* Warden, was a physician ; settled in Ohio. 



2. 

William^ Warden, son of SamueP Warden, born Aug. 1800, died 
Feb. 1892, married Nancy E. McCuskey. He was of the 
Presbyterian persuasion. For many years he taught music, 
then purchased a farm, upon which he lived till the day of 
his death. He was very loyal before and during the days of 
the Civil war and did much in forming the sentiment in the 
community in which he lived favorable to the formation of 
the new state of West Virginia as separate from the old state 
of Virginia, because of slavery. He also took a prominent 
part in the affairs of his church and was an upright and 
honored man in the community in which he made his home. 
His family was religiously trained and liberally educated for 
the day and advantages they enjoyed. In these efforts he 
was nobly aided by his wife. He lived to be over ninety 
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They had five children : 

8 i. Mary E.^ Warden. 

9 ii. James M.^ Warden, bom 20 June, 1833. 

10 iii. Amanda^ Warden, (never married). 

11 iv. Margaret^ Warden. 

12 V. SamueP Warden. 



4* 

SamiicP Warden, son of Samuel' Warden, was married twice — 

( 1 ) no issue. 

(2) children : 

13 i. Morgan^ Warden. 

14 ii. Belle^ Warden. 

15 iii. William J.^ Warden. 

8. 

Mary E»^ Warden, daughter of William^ {Samuel^) and Nancy E. 
(McCuskey) Warden, bom , married James McCann. 

Children : 

16 i. Newton* McCann. 

17 ii. Homer* McCann, died, aged 22 years. 

18 iii. Harry* McCann, died, aged 1 1 years. 

Mary was gifted .when young as a singer. Her son, Homer, 
also was noted in the section where he lived as a singer and was 
greatly beloved by all who knew him. 

9. 

James M*^ Warden, son of William* {Samuel^) and Nancy E. 
(McCuskey) Warden, born 20 June, 1833, married Joanna 
C. Carman, Mar. 1856. He was born in Marshall County, 
W. Va., in what is called the Pan-Handle of the state, 
within a few miles of the city of Wheeling. He spent 
his boyhood days on his father's farm. He attended 
school near his home. In early life he was led to become 
a Christian. He felt his life-work to be in the ministry. 
He attended the West Alexander Academy in Pa., which 
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From this institution he went to Meadsville, Pa., 
finishing his education in Alleghany College. It was his 
purpose to enter the ministry of the Presbyterian church, of 
which his parents were members, but his theological views 
underwent a change and he entered the ministry of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church. He joined the West Virginia 
Conference, of which he is now a member. He has spent 
fifty years in the active work of the ministry. He was 
assigned to work in the southern part of the state. A loyal 
Union man during and before the Civil war, he experienced 
many trying vicissitudes. After an enforced absence with 
his family away from his work, he returned to find his home 
and all his earthly possessions a heap of ashes. Nothing 
daunted, he continued at his post. Heartily disliked by the 
Confederacy of that section, frequent attempts were made on 
his life. He was pursued upon one occasion until he came 
under the protecting folds of the old flag. At another time 
a warrant was issued for him living or dead, but he eluded 
capture and death. His services were then given to the 
interests of the Federal troops, and in this position he 
remained till peace was declared. After this he was assigned 
to the more important churches of the Conference, was 
appointed Presiding Elder of the Charleston District, was 
honored by his Conference by his election to the General 
Conference, the* law-making body of the Church, where he 
served on some of the most important committees, and was 
appointed a member of the Publishing Committee of the 
Pittsburg Christian Advocate. He now lives in retirement 
from the ministry with his oldest daughter in Grafton, West 
Virginia. 

Children : 

19 i. William M.* Warden, born 30 Jan. 1856. Minister in M. E. 

Church residing in Southington, Connecticut. 

20 ii. Alfred R.* Warden bom . Physician residing in Grafton, 

West Virginia. 

21 iii. Samuel Watson* Warden, born 7 Sept., i860. Teacher in 

Meriden, Connecticut. 

22 iv. Franklin R."* Warden, born . Physician at Parkersburg, 

West Virginia. 

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son, wife of a clothier in Grafton, West Virginia. 

24 vi. Cora A.* Warden, born April, 1866, now Mrs. Clayton, living in 

Grafton, West Virginia. 

25 vii. Maude h.* Warden, born Dec. 1878, now Mrs. Edward Kelley, 

living in Terra Alta, West Virginia. 

26 viii. Harry — .* Warden, died in infancy. 



iU 

Margaret^ Warden, daughter of William^ (Samuel') and Nancy 
E. (McCuskey) Warden, bom , married Wesley Steele. 

Children : 

27 i. William* Steele. 

28 ii. Flora* Steele, died young. 

29 iii. Samuel* Steele, died in 1897. 

Amanda^ Warden makes her home with her sister, Margaret 
Steele, at Kansas City, Missouri. 

SamueP Warden, son of William^ (Samuel') and Nancy E. 

(McCuskey) Warden, born , married Belle Ingraham, 

and now living at Sand Hill, West Virginia. 
Children : 

30 i. Mary* Warden. 

31 ii. Nancy* Warden. 

William M^^ Warden, eldest son of James M.^ ( William^, Sam- 
uel') and Joanna C. (Carman) Warden was born at Salem, 
Pa., 30 Jan., 1856. He married Ada ly. Hunter of WCvSt 
Alexander, Pa., 12 June, 1884. He spent his boyhood days 
principally at the home of his grandfather because of the 
unsettled condition of the country owing to the Civil War. 
He was educated in private and public schools. He prepared 
for college at the West lyiberty Academy, then completed his 
education at the University of West Virginia, from there he 
went to Drew Theological Seminary in Madison, N. J. 
completing his course there in 1884. He then entered th^ 



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New York East Conference in 1884 at Brooklyn, New York, 
of which he is now an active member. His appointments 
have been in Greater New York and on the New Haven 
District. He is now located in Southington, Conn. 

Children : 

32 i. Florence C* Warden, born 28 Aug., 1885. 

33 ii. William James* Warden, born 10 Nov., 1886. 

34 iii. Frank Hurst* Warden, born 31 May, 1888, died 16 Aug., 1888. 

35 iv. Ada Maud* Warden, bom 21 May, 1889. 



20* 

Alfred R.^ Warden, M* D», second son of James MJ ( William^, 
Samuel^) and Joanna C. (Carman) Warden was born in West 
Virginia, and married Emma Pelley of Benwood, W. Va. 
He was educated in private and pubUc schools, entered the 
University of West Virginia and finished his college course 
in the Ohio Wesleyan University. He read medicine with 
Dr. Piper of Wheeling, W. Va. and then attended the 
Medical College of the Western Reserve in Ohio where he 
completed his course. He is now and has been for several 
years, a practitioner in Grafton, W. Va. He is a member 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, a trustee, steward, 
and chorister in the church. He is a member of the Town 
Council, Medical Examiner of the O. U. A. M. and has been 
several times elected a delegate to the political conventions 
of his state. 

Children : 

36 i. Rhea W.^ Warden. 

^7 Twins/ "• PauP Warden. 
38 ^^^^^\iii. Pauline^ Warden. 



2U 

Samuel W/ Warden, third son of James M.3 ( William^, Samuel\) 
and Joanna C. (Carman) Warden was born 7 Sept., 
i860, in West Virginia, married Henrietta M. Sweet of 
Meriden, Conn. He received his education in the public 
schools, the University of West Virginia, and the Ohio 



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Wesleyan University. His services have been given to the 
schools, as a teacher. He is now principal of North Colony 
Grammar School of Meriden, Conn. He has held this 
position for several years. His work is successful. He 
is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Has been 
Sunday School Superintendent, Steward, and Treasurer of 
the Official Board. He is living in Meriden, Conn. 

Children : 

39 i. Edna S.* Warden, born . 

40 ii. Raymond CJ Warden, born . 

41 iii. Mildred M.* Warden, bom . 



22* 

Franklin R/ Warden, M* D^ fourth son of James M.3 ( William^, 

Samuel^) and Joanna C. (Carman) Warden, born , in 

West Virginia, married Katherine Colville of Charleston, 
W. Va. After completing his course in the grammar school, 
he attended the preparatory school for college, at Morgan- 
town, W. Va. He then attended the University of West 
Virginia and completed his college course at the Ohio 
Wesleyan University. He became principal of a school in 
Mingo Junction, Ohio, and read medicine with Dr. Morgan 
of the same place. He then attended and finished his course 
at the ** College of Physicians and Surgeons" in Baltimore, 
Md. , graduating in a large class with honorable mention. 
He is now successfully pursuing his profession in Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. , being a specialist in fevers. He is a member 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church and active in the affairs 
of his church and state. 

One child : 
42 i. Harold C.^ Warden. 



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Nancy E*"^ Warden, daughter of James M.^ ( William^, Samuel^) 
and Joanna C. (Carman) Warden, born Dec, 1863, married 
William P. Hendrickson of Grafton, W. Va. Her husband 
is a clothier in Grafton, W. Va. 

Children : 

43 i. Joe Clare^ Hendrickson. 

44 ii. James F.* Hendrickson 

G>ra A^^ Warden, daughter of James M.3 ( William^, Samuel^) 
and Joanna C. (Carman) Warden, born April, 1866, married 
William Clayton of Grafton, W. Va. 

Children : 

45 i. Leslie* Clayton, born . 

46 ii. Robert* Clayton, born . 



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Joseph' Warden, born in Pennsylvania, , left there with his 

son Joseph during the Revolutionary War and went to 
Canada. He left one son whose name is thought to have been 
William, but who was never heard of by family afterwards. 
Joseph, Sr. taught school for a number of years and then 
made his way back into the United States on horse-back. 
He was taken ill upon the road and died suddenly. He left 
his son Joseph in Canada. 



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Joseph^ Warden, son of Joseph' Warden, born in United States, 
removed to Canada with his father. He was a millwright. 
Married Marion Godfrey and to this couple were born three 
boys and two girls. 

3 i. Jesse^ Warden, born about 1802, died, 1870. 

4 ii. Benjamin^ Warden, born 14 Oct., 1825, died, 1887. 

5 iii. David^ Warden, born 1830, died, 1890. 

6 iv. Susanna^ Warden, born . 

7 V. Elizabeth^ Warden, born . 



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Warden, born in Haldimond Co., Canada, in 1802, was a 
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Hinton at Cayuga, Ont. To this couple were born four 
children. 

8 i. Phoebe* Warden. 

9 ii. Joseph* Warden. 

10 iii. William* Warden. 

11 iv. Thomas'* Warden. 



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Benjamin C^ Warden, son of Joseph*, {Joseph^) and Marion 
(Godfrey) Warden, bom Haldimond Co., Ont., 14 Oct., 
1825, was a carpenter by occupation; died 12 Mar , 1887. 
Married Amanda E. Chrestler, at Cayuga, Ont. She was 
born 28 Oct., 1833, died 5 June, 1877. To this couple were 
bom thirteen children. 

12 i. Susan L. A.* Warden, born 22 Feb. 1853, died 9 Aug., 1853. 

13 ii. Josephine* Warden, born 22 Feb., 1853. 

14 iii. Henrietta* Warden, born 10 May, 1854. 

15 iv. John R.* Warden, born 22 Mar., 1856, married Almena Moore, 

4 Feb., 1893. 

16 V. Joseph C* Warden, born 17 Sept., 1857. 

17 vi. Maria* Warden, born 14 Nov. 1859. 

18 vii. Anna Eliza* Warden, born 23 July, 1862. 

19 viii. Anglina* Warden, born 31 Oct., 1863. 

20 ix. James lyemuel* Warden, born 24 Jan., 1866, married Hannah 

Cole. 

21 X. Margaret Ellen* Warden, born 19 Apr., 1868. 

22 xi. Eliza Jane* Warden, born 12 May, 1871. 

23 xii. Hatty* Warden, born 4 Mar., 1874. 

24 xiii. Permillie* Warden, born 4 Feb., 1876. 



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David^ Warden, son of Joseph^ {Joseph^) and Marion (Godfrey) 
Warden, born in Haldimond Co., Ont. in 1830, was a carpen- 
ter by occupation ; died 1890. Married Annie Soper, 9 May, 
1855. To this couple were born six children. 

Delilah* Warden, born 7 May, 1856. 

Dennis R.* Warden, born 3 Sept,, 1858. 

Eliza M.* Warden, born 7 Feb., i860. 

Jessie* Warden, born 16 June, 1862, married Liddie Vaughn. 

Noniia* Warden, born 26 June, 1865, married James Hall. 

David* Warden, born 16 July, 1869. 



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Josephine* Warden, daughter of Benjamin CJ { Joseph^ , Joseph^) 
and Amanda (Chrestler) Warden, born 22 Feb., 1853, 
married (i) Wm. Harris, (2) Wm. Blair, (3) Wm. Mac- 
Pherson. Two children : 

31 i. John E.* Harris, born 1872. 

32 ii. Amanda^ Blair, born 1879. 

Henrietta^ Warden, daughter of Benjamin C.^ {Joseph^, Joseph^) 
and Amanda (Chrestler) Warden, born 10 May, 1854, 
married (i) Ezra Kay, (2) George Roesch. Two children 
by first husband. 

33 i. Florence E.* Kay, born 12 Jan., 1880. 

34 ii. Ina M.^ Kay, born 14 Dec, 1885. 

Joseph O Warden, son of Benjamin C.^ {Joseph^ , Joseph^) and 
Amanda (Chrestler) Warden, born 17 Sept., 1857, niarried 
Mary Lamtoman. To this couple were born four children. 

35 i. Millie A.^ Warden, born 13 Apr., 1886. 

36 ii. Mary G.^ Warden, born 25 Aug., 1889. 

37 iii. Pearl' Warden, born 12 Jan., 1896. 

38 iv. John R.' Warden, born 4 Feb., 1897. 

Maria^ Warden, daughter of Benjamin C.^ (^ Joseph,^ Joseph^) and 
Amanda (Chrestler) Warden, born 14 Nov., 1859, married 
Sylvester Nelson. Two children : 

39 i. Alvin C.5 Nelson. 

40 ii. Cecil W.^ Nelson. 

Anna Eliza"^ Warden, daughter of Benjamin C.^ {Joseph^ y Joseph^) 
and Amanda (Chrestler) Warden, born 23 July, 1862, 
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41 i. Annie M ^ Summers, born 1878. 

42 ii. Emma Maud^ Summers, born 1880. 

43 iii. Marshal^ Summers, born 1887. 



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Angflina^ Warden, daughter of Benjamin C.^ {Joseph^, Joseph') 
and Amanda (Chrestler) Warden, born 31 Oct., 1863, 
married John H. Gell. Two children : 

44 i. Mary P.^ Gell. 

45 ii. John R.^ Gell. 

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Margfaret Ellen'* Warden, daughter of Benjamin C.^ {Joseph^, 
Joseph') and Amanda (Chrestler) Warden, born 19 Apr., 
1868, married Herbert Snider. One child : 

46 i. Earl B.^ Snider, born 3 Jan., 1897. 

Eliza Jane^ Warden, daughter of Benjamin C.^ {Joseph^, Joseph') 
and Amanda (Chrestler) Warden, born 12 May, 1871, 
married Chas. N. Howie. Three children : 

47 i. Rena V.* Howie, born 27 Feb. 1893. 

48 ii. Chas. W.^ Howie, born 14 Aug., 1895. 

49 iii. Alice M.^ Howie, born 26 Nov., 1898. 

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Hatty ^ Warden, daughter of Benjamin C.^ {Joseph^ , Joseph') and 
Amanda (Chrestler) Warden, born 4 Mar., 1874, married 
Herbert Thompson. Two children : 

50 i. Ethel M.^ Thompson, born 6 Dec, 1895. 

51 ii. Leslie^ Thompson, born 8 Aug., 1898. 

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Permillie^ Warden, daughter of Benjamin C.^ {Joseph^, Joseph') 
and Amanda (Chrestler) Warden, born 4 Feb., 1876, married 
Joseph Badgeron. One child : 

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Delilah^ Warden, daughter of David^ {Joseph^, Joseph"^ and Annie 
(Soper) Warden, bom 7 May, 1856, married James Clarkson, 
and died 31 Oct., 1891. Four children : 

53 i. Allie* Clarkson, born 1878. 

54 ii. Emily^ Clarkson, born 1880. 

55 iii. Lillie^ Clarkson, bom 1885. 

56 iv. Annie* Clarkson, born 1887. 



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Dennis R/ Warden, son of David^ {Joseph^, Joseph"^ and Annie 
(Soper) Warden, born 3 Sept., 1858, carpenter by occupation, 
married Allie Inman, 16 June, 1886. Two children : 

57 i. Evelyn* Warden, born 28 Mar., 1887. 

58 ii. Hazel* Warden, born 6 Jan., 1890. 



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Eliza M.^ Warden, daughter of David^ {Joseph^y Joseph^) and 
Annie (Soper) Warden, born 7 Feb., i860, married Melvin 
McPherson. Four children : 

59 i. Clarence* McPherson, born 1883. 

60 ii. Arthur* McPherson, born 1885. 

61 iii. Palmer* McPherson, born 1887. 

62 iv. Oswell* McPherson, born 1889. 



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David"^ Warden, son of David^ {Joseph,^ Joseph^) and Annie 
(Soper) Warden, born 16 July, 1869, married Alberta Dills. 
One child : 

63 i. Violet Pearl* Warden, born 3 June, 1897. 



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WiUiam' Warden, was bom in Scotland, and died in the West 
Indies, (according to his grandson, Richard Crease, who died 
in 1866, at 72 years,) and he may have been the William 
Warden who died in Kingston, Jamaica, (gravestone in 
Parish Cemetery). It is supposed that William Warden was 
a connection of the Kingston family, but it is not certain. 
He married Elizabeth Masters, daughter of Edward and 
Elizabeth (Marriner) Master3, of Boston. She was born 
there, 4 Jan., 1732-3; died 15 Mar., 1809, at 77 years. 
They lived in Boston until near the close of the Revolutionary 
War, when he went to Shelburn, Nova Scotia, with his 
family of four and a servant, where 50 acres of land, a town 
and water lot were granted him, he claiming to have lost 
;^35o by his loyalty. In the tax list there, for 1786-7, we 
find William Warden, clerk, Dock Street, and in Nov., 1787, 
William Warden, shop-keeper, St. Andrews Lane. About 
this time he went to the West Indies and died soon after. 
His family returned to Boston, and in the U. S. Census for 
1790 we find, Mrs. Warden, two females in family. There 
is a family tradition that at the commencement of the Revo- 
lutionary War, Mrs. Elizabeth Warden was living with the 
Inches family of Boston as a companion, was sent out of 
Boston during the siege, and was domiciled with the family 
of Deacon Gibson in Stow, also that there was a connection 
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Children : 

2 i. William* Warden, bom 1761, died 18 Mar., 1786. 

3 ii. Elizabeth* 'Warden, born 1763, died 5 Oct., 1816. 



William^ Warden, {William^) born 1761, died in Boston, Satur- 
day, 18 Mar., 1786, aged 25 years, unmarried, and was buried 
in Granar>^ Burying Ground, near the Franklin Monument, 
with a gravestone bearing the following inscription, written 
by Miss Vinal : 

"To the memory of Mr. William Warden, Printer, Ob. March i8th, 
1786, aged 25." 

"William, thy mother consecrates this stone, 
A mark to friendship, and of love sincere ; 

While in her memory, ever wilt thou bloom. 
And in her heart, forever wilt be dear. 

While private friends deplore their heavy loss, 
The publick at thy death, their grief display ; 

The useful press, no longer from thy hand, 

Shall to the listening world thy type convey. 

Yet, while we mourn, permit the briny tear, 
To wet the ashes mouldering in the dust ; 

Though snatch' d by cruel death, in early years. 

To heaven's blest realms, with solid hope we trust." 

Copied from the Massachusetts Centinal^ March 22, 1786. — On Satur- 
day, Mch. 18, departed this life, after a lingering illness, in the 25th 
year of his age, Mr. W11.1.IAM Warden, Seniour Editor of the 
Centinal. His funeral will be from his house near Trinity Church 
this afternoon at 4 o'clock, which his friends and acquaintances are 
desired to attend. 

He was of the firm, Warden & Russell, publishers of Massa- 
chusetts Centinal. They first published the paper 24 Mar. , 
1784, at the southeast corner of State House, afterwards 
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Elizabeth* Warden, ( William^) born 1763, died in Boston, 5 Oct , 
1 81 6, aged 53 years; married in Boston, by Rev. Peter 
Thacher, pastor of Brattle St. Church, April 17, 1788, to 
Samuel Crease, son of Richard and Hepsidah (Cook) Crease, 
of Medford, Mass., he bom there, 15 June, 1765, died in 
Boston, II Dec, 18 16, aged 51 years, and was buried in the 
Central Burying Ground, on the Boylston St. side of the 
Common. They resided on Pond Lane, now New Bedford 
St., Boston, where he carried on the business of leather- 
dresser and furrier. He was at one time quite well off, but 
lost most of his property during the *' Embargo ''. 
** Samuel Crease, i male over 16, i male under 16, 2 
females,'* — Census 1790. 

"Samuel Crease, occupies brick dwelling house of Benj. 
Wheeler, bounded south on Pond St., east on Appleton, 
north on Rogers, land 2610 sq. ft., house 450 sq. ft., 2 
stories, 15 windows, value $1000.'' — U, S. Direct Tax, 1798, 

Children, all bom in Boston : 

4 i. William Warden^ Crease, {Elizabethy^ IVilliatn}) born 27 Feb., 

1789, died unmarried, 27 Mar., 1850, in 62d year. (Suff. Prob. 
37227) Was baptized in private in 1792 being sick with small 
pox. He was a Mason. 

5 ii. SamueP Crease, born 22 June, 1791, died unmarried, 15 April, 

1822, in 31st year, was a leather-dresser and furrier. 

6 iii. Richard^ Crease, bom 20 April, 1794, died unmarried, 11 Sept., 

1866, and buried in Forest Hills Cemetery, was a manufac- 
turer. 

7 iv. Sarah Mills^ Crease, born 16 Mar., 1796, died 19 Sept., 1797, age 

10 months, one day, and was buried in the Central Burying 
Ground, on the Common. 

8 V. Aaron^ Crease, born 12 July, 1798, died unmarried, 16 May, 1826, 

was a veterinary surgeon. 

9 vi. Eliza Fair^ Crease, born 6 June, 1799, died 22 April, 1846, in 

47th year, married in Boston, 28 April, 1822, Eben Sears. 
See Sears Gen. by S. P. May, 1890, for further. 

10 vii. Mary Estabrook^ Crease, born 13 April, 1801, died 13 Sept., 

1835, age 34 years, married in Boston, 24 Jan., 1833, Willard 
Sears, brother of above Eben Sears. See Sears Gen. for 
further. 

11 viii. Sarah Mills^ Crease, born 20 April, 1805, died 17 April, 1843, in 

38th year ; married first, James HoUis and had a daughter 
Sarah who married George C. Thomas of Boston, and died in 
Cook Co., 111. ; widow of HoUis married second, Charles H. 
lyau^hton and had a daughter Adeline Matilda, who married 
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Hugfh' Warden, born in Belfast, Ireland, 1681 ; died 1750; 

married . She died in Scotland. Tradition has it 

that Hugh Warden's grandfather and his brother were driven 
from Scotland, early in 1600, by the religious persecution 
and that Hugh's ancestor settled in the north of Ireland 
while the brother came to America. The Virginia family 
have the same tradition and think that they descended from 
the brother that came to America. 

Hugh Warden had one son : 
2 i. Robert^ Warden^ born 1729. 



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Robert^ Warden, son of Hugh' and Warden, born in 

Belfast, Ireland, 1729; died 1799, aged 70. Married for 
first wife, Elizabeth McClure ; second, Elizabeth Bailie. 

They had six children : 

David Bailie^ Warden, born 1788, died 9 Oct., 1845. 

Hugh^ Warden, born , died . 

Robert^ Warden, born 1778, died 29 Dec, 1847. 

^ Warden, daughter, married Mr. Moore. 

^ Warden, daughter, married Mr. McCormick. 

^ Warden, daughter, married Mr. Kerr. 



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David Bailie^ Warden, son of Robert^ i^Hugh') and Elizabeth 
Warden, was born 1788, died unmarried 9 Oct. , 1845. He 
was the first of his family to come to America, which he did 
before 1800. He was a man of distinction in Ireland, being 
a member of the * * United Irishmen ' ' and took part in the 
* * Rebellion of 1 798 ' ' ; was pronounced a rebel against the 
English Government and was expatriated. He spent his 
time between France and America. He was a very learned 
man, a member of the French Academy and other scientific 
societies both here and abroad. He was Secretary of the 
French Legation and afterwards Consul General under 
Thomas Jefferson. He published many works both scientific 
and historical. The State of New York bought his library 
which is now in the State House at Albany with his portrait 
in oil hanging over it. James Warden was his executor. 



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Robert^ Warden, son of Robert^ {Hugh') and Elizabeth Warden, 
born in Ireland, 1778; died there, 29 Dec, 1847; married 
Susanna Milliken, daughter of James and Jane (Dunn) 
Milliken, (who was bom 1785 and died 1873). He was a 
farmer. 

They had ten children : 

Robert* Warden, born . 

Elizabeth* Warden, born . 

James* Warden, born 31 Oct., 1809 and died 1881. 

Jane* Warden, born . 

David Bailie* Warden, born . 

Hugh* Warden, born 23 Sept., 1817 and died 8 May, 1874. 

Margaret* Warden, born . 

Susanna* Warden, born . 

George* Warden, born . 

Joseph Dunn* Warden, born . 



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James^ Warden^ son of Robert^ {Robert^, Hugh^) and Susanna 
(Milliken) Warden, bom in Ireland, 31 Oct., 1809. Came 

to America. He was a flour merchant ; married and 

died at Baltimore, Md., 1881. 

Two children : 

19 i. James Bailie* Warden, bom . 

20 ii. Margaret A.* Warden, bom , married George K. McGaw. 



Hugh* Warden^ son of Robert^ {Robert^, Hugh^) and Susanna 
(Millikin) Warden, bom in Newtownards, Ireland, 23 Sept., 
181 7. Came to America and was a merchant in Baltimore ; 
married Alice McBlair Roney, Sept., 1 851, at Baltimore, Md. 
He died at Baltimore, 8 May, 1874. 

Four children blessed this union : 

21 i. William Robert* Warden, bom 19 Jan., 1853. 

22 ii. Susanna Milliken* Warden, born 22 Aug., 1855. 

23 iii. Alice McBlair* Warden, bom 29 Oct., 1857. 

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Nathaniel' Warden* The date of the birth of Nathaniel' Warden 
is unknown, but his brother Elijah was bom in 1747 ; his 
sisters, Margaret in 1739, Euphia in 174.2 and Charity in 
1745. They were all bom in Virginia, their ancestors 
coming from England and settling there before 1739. 
Nathaniel' married Sswrah Xi^rpenter about 1780. She was 
bom in 1 746. She had four sisters as follows : Ann Carpen- 
ter, born 13 Oct., 1742 ; Elizabeth Carpenter, bom 13 June, 
1746; Jane Carpenter, born 13 Jan., 1751 ; and Elizabeth 
Carpenter, bom 2 Feb., 1769. Nathaniel' and his family 
lived in Virginia until 1792, when he moved, with his six 
children, to Madison County, Ky. In 181 7 he moved to 
Missouri, where his wife died. 

Children : 

2 i. Margaret" Warden, born in Virginia, never married, was quite 

old when she died in Missouri. 

3 ii. Nancy* Warden, bom in Virginia, died quite young in Ken- 

tucky. 

4 iii. James* Warden, born in Virginia, married Jemimy Thorp ; they 

had six children. 

5 iv. William* Warden, bom in Kentucky, died in Kentucky. 

6 V. Elijah* Warden, born in Virginia, moved to Missouri in 181 7. 

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Elijah' Warden^ son of Nathaniel' and Sarah (Carpenter) Warden, 
bom in Madison County, Ky., married (i) Rebecca Stagner, 
in Kentucky, in 1814 ; shortly after they moved into 
Missouri, where she died in 181 7. Married (2) Prances 
Jackson, in Missouri, in 1817. 

To this union were bom eight children : 

8 i. Rebecca A.^ Warden, bom in Missouri, 6 Aug., 1821. 

9 ii. Congrave J.^ Warden, born in Missouri, 9 Jan., 1823, died 1897. 

10 iii. William E.^ Warden, bom in Missouri, 4 Aug., 1824. 

1 1 iv. James G.^ Warden, born in Missouri, 1830, married Lou Wilhoit, 

1854 ; 5 children, living in Nebraska. 

12 V. Thadius W.^ Warden, born in Missouri, 1833, . married Mary 

Stone, 1857 1 6 children, living in Texas. 

13 vi. Thomas F.^ Warden, bom in Missouri, 1836. 

14 vii. Jackson M.^ Warden, bom in Missouri, 1837, never married. 

When the Civil War began he volunteered at Governor 
Jackson's call ; soon returned home, was arrested, imprisoned 
for a year, exchanged ; captured at Vicksburg, paroled ; died 
in Alabama in 1864. * 

15 viii. John C.^ Warden, bom in Missouri, Nov. i8a8. Now living in 

Kansas City. Never married: 



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John* Warden, youngest son of Nathaniel' and Sarah (Carpenter) 
Warden, bom in Madison County, Va., 24 March, 1792, 
died 17 Sept., 1873; married Dorcas Thorp in Virginia 
before 181 7. She was the daughter of William and Elenor 
(Jackson) Thorp and was born in 1792 and died 20 Jan., 
i860. They moved to Missouri in 181 7. 

To this union were bom eight children : 

16 i. Elenor^ Warden, born 6 Jan., 1821, died 10 April, 1899, married 

John Silsey. 

17 ii. Permelia^ Warden, bom 12 Mar., 1822, died 26 June, 1896, 

married Davis P. Todd. 

18 iii. Jarvis^ Warden, bom 9 Feb., 1819, died 10 Dec., 1890, married 

Eliza Alega. 

19 iv. Mary^ Warden, born 19 Aug., 1825, died 26 Feb., 1897, married 

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20 V. Martha^ Warden, born 19 Aug., 1825, died 7 Oct., 1890, married 

Addison Botts. 

21 vi. John^ Warden Jr., born 4 May 1829, married Susan Harris. 

22 vii. Betsie^ Warden, born 25 June, 1831. 

23 viii. Sallie^ Warden, born 27 Oct., 1834. 



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Rebecca A*^ "Warden, daughter of Elijah^ {Nathaniel^) and 
Frances (Jackson) Warden, born 6 Aug., 1821, married 
James Fitzpatrick in 1856. She died in 1857, leaving one 
child : 

24 i. Rebecca Frances* Fitzj)atrick, born 1857, married R. H. Smith 
in 1883 ; now living in Colorado. They have two children : 

31 i. Oren R.* Smith. 

32 ii. James^ Smith. 



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G>ngrave J*^ "Warden, son of Elijah^ {Nathaniel^) and Frances 
(Jackson) Warden, born 9 Jan., 1823, married Lucinda 
Morris (a Virginian) in 1849. He died in 1897. 

One child : 

25 i. James T.* Warden, a farmer, lives in Brunswick. Married Miss 
Bowersmith in 1892 ; one child. 



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William E*^ Warden, son of Elijah^ {Nathaniel^) and Frances 
(Jackson) Warden, born 4 Aug, 1824, married Martha S. 
Ballew in 1846. In 1846, settled on a good farm near 
Brunswick, a flourishing town. The farm was well improved. 
In 1850 had the ** Gold Fever '* and crossed the plains with 
an ox team in company with his brother James ; was four 
months on the road. He remained in California two years, 
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the militia, often threatened to shoot him, the house was 
robbed of what things they wanted and stock driven off, &c. 
In 1864, had to leave home or be killed. Raised a Company 
and was made Captain, crossed the Missouri River and joined 
Price's Army, surrendered at Shrevesport, La., came home, 
found that his family had been driven off — every movable 
thing gone. In 1888, removed to Montana and engaged in 
sheep raising. 

Four children : 

26 i. I^avenia F/ Warden, born June 1847, married Thomas A. Cason 

in 1867. 

27 ii. William D.* Warden, bom in 1849, married Witmoth Rover 

in 1868, died suddenly in 1897. 

28 iii. W. H/ Warden, bom 5 Sept., 1853, married Lizzie Woods, 1878. 

29 iv. S. J/ Warden, bom 23 Feb., 1865. 



13. 

Thomas F»^ Warden, son of Elijah^ {Nathaniel^) and Frances 
(Jackson) Warden, born 1836, married Mary C. Peters in 
1859; she died in 1865. Thomas F.^ married second time 
and moved to Texas. 

30 i. One daughter*, who married Wm. Johnson in 1878. They had 
five children : 

39 i. William* Johnson. 

40 ii. Kate* Johnson. 

41 iii. Blanch* Johnson. 

42 iv. Orill* Johnson. 

43 V. M. Catharine* Johnson. 



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Lavenia F/ Warden, daughter of William E.^ {Elijah', Nathaniel^) 
and Martha S. (Ballew) Warden, bom June 1847, married 
Thomas A. Cason in 1867. 

Four children : 

33 i. W. E.* Cason, born 1868, married Cora Lindsey of Sturgeon. 
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34 ii. B. Carr* Cason, bom 1870, married Mattie Earickson in 1895. 

One child, Mattie Frances Cason, bom 1897. 

35 iii. Iva H.* Cason, born 1878. 

36 iv. Oren W.* Cason, born 1883. 



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W. H/ Warden, son of William E.^ {Elijah', Nathaniel^) and 
Martha S. (Ballew) Warden, born 5 Sept., 1853, married 
Lizzie Woods in 1878. 

Two children : 

37 i. J. Berta* Warden, bom 1879. 

38 ii. W. H.^ Warden, born 1887. 



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Judah' "Warden, the first of this line of which we have any record, 
was born in Coventry, R. I., i6 May, 1756. He married 
Abigail Richardson, the daughter of Jonathan Richardson of 
Cheshire, Mass. 

Children : 

Clarissa* Warden, born 20 July, 1779, died 27 May, 1783. 
Allen* Warden, born 26 Feb. 1781, died 31 Oct., 1854. 
Clara* Warden, born 11 Jan., 1783. 
Adelia* Warden, born 13 Nov., 1785. 
Elisha* Warden, born 5 Feb., 1787. 
Bucklin* Warden, born 11 Feb., 1789. 

Abigail* Warden, born 11 Aug., 1793, married Mr. Niles, , 

died July 15, 1834. 
viii. Judah* Warden, born 26 Jan., 1796. 



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Allen* "Warden, oldest son of Judah' and Abigail (Richardson) 
Warden, was born at Shaftsbury, Vt., 26 Feb., 1781. He 
married Sallie Satterlee of Skaneateles, N. Y. ; she was bom 
28 June, 1 78 1, died 16 Feb., 1820. 

Children : 

10 i. Ethan AUen^ Warden, born at Brulies, N. Y., 21 Oct., 1803, 

died 22 March, 1861. 

11 ii. Amanda^ Warden, born at Skaneateles, N. Y., 18 Jan., 1805, 

married A. D. Leonard (her brother-in-law), died 15 Nov., 
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12 iii. Ajulia^ Warden, born 20 July, 1806, died 30 Dec, 18^6. 

13 iv. Mary Ann^ Warden, born 19 Jan., 1809, died 24 April, 1886. 

14 qA_. / V. Angelina^ Warden, born i Oct., 1810, died 24 April, 1841. 

15 ^^i°s j ^j Myron^ Warden, bom i Oct., 1810, died 3 Oct., 1818. 

16 vii. Satterlee^ Warden, born 12 Nov., 1812, died 9 April, 1890. 

17 viii. Sarah Jane^ Warden, born 3 Nov., 1814, died 18 Feb., 1833. 



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Bucklin' Warden, son of Judah' and Abigail (Richardson) 
Warden, bom 5 Feb., 1798, married Anna Francisco. 

Had five children : 

18 i. AbigaiP Warden, who married James Reed. 

19 ii. Mariah^ Warden, who married James Benedict. 

20 iii. Ripha^ Warden, who married Susan Co veil. 

21 iv. Anna^ Warden, who married Jaqua . 

22 V. AUen^ Warden, born April 7, 1821. 



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Ethan Allen^ Warden, son of Allen^* {Judah^) and Sallie 
(Satterlee) Warden, born at Brulies, N. Y., 21 Oct., 1803, 
died 1861. Married Caroline Root, 10 Feb., 1825. 

They had one son : 

23 i. Josiah Allen* Warden, born 12 Nov., 1826, died 13 Sept., 1827. 
Married (2) Abigail Kellogg, 26 Jan., 1831. 

Four children : 

24 ii. Eliza Caroline* Warden, born 13 Dec, 1831, died 31 May, 1832. 

25 iii. Charles Allen* Warden, born 10 July, 1833, died 30 Aug., 1883. 

26 iv. Ajulia Leonard* Warden, born 3 April, 1839, died 11 Jan., 1866. 

27 V. James Kellogg* Warden, born 24 Aug., 1842, died Dec. 1869. 



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Ajuiia^ "Warden, daughter of AUen^ {Judah') and Sallie (Satterlee) 
Warden, born 20 July, 1806, married Asaph D. Leonard. 



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Children : 

28 i. Satterlee* Leonard. 

29 ii. Catherine* I^eonard. 

30 iii. Jane Warden* I^eonard. 

31 iv. Eliza D/ I^eonard. 

Ajulia died 30 Dec, 1836. Asaph D. Leonard married (2) 
Amanda, the sister of Ajulia. They had one child who died in 
infancy. 



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Mary Ann^ Warden, daughter of Allen^ {Judah^) and Sallie 
(Satterlee) Warden, bom 19 Jan., 1809, married John B. 
Dill, at Auburn, N. Y., May 14, 1829. 

Children : 

32 i. Eliza Myers* Dill, bom 27 April, 1830, died 22 May, 1831. 

33 ii. Sarah Warden* Dill, born 3 July, 1840. 

34 iii. Henry R.* Dill, born i July, 1843, died 7 July, 1845. 



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Ansfelina^ Warden, daughter of Allen^ {Judah^) and Sallie 
(Satterlee) Warden, bom i Oct., 1810, married Lansing 
Briggs, M. D., at Auburn, N. Y., died 24 April, 1841. 

Had one daughter : 
35 i. Angelina Warden* Briggs, born 29 July, 1839, died 17 May, 1845. 



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SATTERLEE WARDEN. 

Sattcflcc^ Warden, son of Allen^ (/udah') and Sallie (Satterlee) 
Warden, born in Skaneateles, N. Y., 12 Nov., 181 2, died 9 

April, 1890. In married Harriet Eliza Randall, daughter 

of Roswell and Harriet (Stephens) Randall ; she was born at 
Courtland, N. Y., 20 June, 18 17. He was known among 
his friends as * * The General * ' , was a man of remarkable 
physique, full 6 feet 2}4 inches in height, weight, in his 
prime, about 260 lbs., nobly proportioned, with leonine head, 
large, expressive, kindly eyes, manner gentle and gracious, 
and a voice low and musical in tone and cadence. 

"None knew him but to love him, 
Nor named him but to praise." 

His heart, as his person, was large, his sympathies were 
quickly touched by any tale of want, and his hospitality and 
generosity were bounded only by his ability to relieve. His 
keen sense of humor gave sparkle and cheer to his companion- 
ship. He began his business life at Auburn, N. Y. , becoming 
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Milling business, which business had previously been 
established by his father, Allen Warden. About 1837 or '38, 
Satterlee Warden moved to Montgomery County, Tennessee, 
and there constructed the first grist mill in that state in which 
silk bolting cloths were used.. This improvement on the 
previous methods of flour making made a considerable 
reputation for his mill throughout the larger towns of 
Tennessee and the river towns as far South as New Orleans ; 
consequently a larger mill was built by capitalists on the Red 
River, a branch of the Cumberland, and placed in his charge, 
under the name of the * * New York Mills ' ' , of which he 
became the final sole owner. This mill had the effect of 
changing in a large degree the farming methods of the 
planters through a wide region of country, introducing the 
growing of wheat which previously had been very little grown 
throughout that portion of the state. The local supply of 
wheat not being ample for his demand, he went as far north 
as Galena, Illinois, to buy wheat, which was shipped to his 
mill in barges, converted into flour, and the barges reloaded 
and sent down stream to New Orleans, where the flour was 
sold at a high price. In those days it took between five and 
six bushels of wheat to make a barrel of good flour. Here 
he lived and prospered until 1857, when having occasion to visit 
Nashville, he there heard the late General Zolicoffer of the 
Confederate army make a political speech, which clearly 
indicated, if not threatened, secession, and which firmly 
persuaded him that the ultimate outcome of the existing feel- 
ing would be war. He therefore returned to his home and 
began to dispose of his estate, and in '57 moved north, tarry- 
ing in New York State a while, and thence moved west to 
Beloit and Darlington, Wisconsin. Here he constructed 
several mills and grew comparatively wealthy. In 1876 he 
went to Irving, Marshall Co. , Kansas, and there constructed 
a large flouring mill, which was afterward sold to an English 
syndicate. He then moved to Frankfort, Kansas, and became 
the Vice President of the First National Bank of Frankfort. 
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Children : . > ' 

36 i. William Satterlce* Warden, born at Auburn, N. Y., 15 Dec, 

1838, died in infancy 13 Sept., 1839. 

37 ii. Antoinelle Randall* Warden, born at Auburn, N. Y., 26 Oct., 

1840, died 5 June, 1849. 

38 iii. Elizabeth Wilson* Warden, born in Tennessee, 8 Oct., 1843, still 

living. Married S. C. Johnson. One child, died in infancy. 

39 iv. Louisa* Warden, born in Tennessee, 24 Oct., 1845, died 24 Oct., 

1845. 

40 V. Sarah Hubbard* Warden, born at Courtland, N. Y., 8 March, 

1847, died II Dec, 1853. 

41 vi. James Avery Satterlee* Warden, born at Port Royal; Tenn., 7 

April, 1849. 

42 vii. Harriet Randall* Warden, born at Port Royal, Tenn., i Nov., 

1851, married Gaylord, died 20 March, 1889. No 

children. 

43 viii. Caroline Merriwether* Warden, born at Todd Co., Ky., il June, 

1854, died 17 Aug., 1895. 

44 ix, Roswell Randall* Warden, born at Beloit, Wis., 13 May, 1856, 

drowned 20 Aug., 1876. 

45 X. Sallie Antoinelle* Warden, born at Darlington, Wis., 6 Aug., 

1859, married E. T. Peck ; still living. 



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Allcn^ "Warden^ son of Bucklin^ {Judah") and Anna (Francisco) 
Warden, was born in Auburn, N. Y., 7 April, 1821, married 
21 June, 1845, to lyUcinda Miller, daughter of Jesse and 
Lydia Miller of Wiota, Wis. He was a member of 
Constitutional Convention, State of Wisconsin, 1848. 
Presidential Elector, Abraham Lincoln's second term. Moved 
to Missouri in Sept. 1875. County Judge, Burton Co., 1878 
to 1880. Mayor, Lamar, Mo., 1882 to 1886, 1888 to 1890. 
Public Administrator, 1890 to 1896. Died 4 March, 1896. 

Children : 

46 i. Julia H.* Warden, died aged i year. 

47 ii. Lydia A.* Warden, died aged 10 months. 

48 iii. Louis H.* Warden, born 24 July, 1850. 

49 iv Allfen F.* Warden, born 21 Mar., 1852. 

50 V. Nellie* Warden, died aged 4 years. 

51 vi. Jesse Miller* Warden. 

52 vii. Charles* Warden, married Lettie Wilkinson, (no issue). 

53 viii. Mary Iv.* Warden, married Gay Bonney, (son James). 

54 ix. Clara N.* Warden, married F. M. Throp, (son, Frank C.) 

55 X. Satterlee* Warden. 

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Chaflcs Allen^ Warden, son of Ethan Aliens (Allen\ Judah}) 
and Abigail (Kellogg) Warden, bom lo July, 1833, married 
Cornelia Rockerfellow at Auburn, N. Y., i Oct., 1857. 

One son : 
56 i. Ethan Allen* Warden, born 8 March, 1864. 



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James KellosfSf^ Warden, son of Ethan AUen^ {Allert^ , Judah") and 
Abigail (Kellogg) Warden, bom 24 Aug., 1842, married 
Annie McCauley of Jeffersonville, Ind. 

They had one son : 

57 i. Carl C Warden, born at Nashville, Tenn., Nov., 1868. 



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I^eonard, married Charles J. Wood of Toledo, Ohio, 26 Aug. , 
1 85 1, at Auburn, N. Y. 

Chiiaren : 

58 i. Jean Edith' Wood, bom 23 May, 1852. 

59 ii. Chas. J.* Wood, bom April 1854. 

60 iii. Kate Griswold* Wood, bom Jan. 1856. . 

61 iv. Harriet Grosvenor* Wood. 

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JAMES A. S. WARDEN. 

James Avery. Satterlee^ Warden, son of Satterlee^ {Allen*, 
/udak^) and Harriet (Randall) Warden, was born at Port 
Royal, Tenn., 7 April, 1849, and there lived until about 
seven years of age, thence in about 1857 was taken to Beloit, 
Wis. , and shortly after to Darlington, Wis. , and there resided 
until 1877. He was prepared for College in the Preparatory 
Schools at Ann Arbor, Mich., and entered the Michigan 
University, at Ann Arbor, Classical Course, in the Fall of 
1867, and was graduated as B. A. in June 187 1. He there- 
after studied law at Darlington, Wis. , in the office of Hon. 
Henry S. Magoon, and was admitted to the practice of law 
and became the partner of Mr. Magoon in 1873. Severing 
this partnership at the end of one year, he opened an office 
and practiced law at Darlington until 1877, when he went to 
Irving, Kan., and engaged in the banking and real estate 
business in partnership with his brother-in-law, J. S. Walker 
Jr. This partnership continued for one year, when Mr. 
Warden withdrew and went to Frankfort, Kan. , and engaged 
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of Colby, Kan., and the National Exchange Bank of Kansas 
City, Mo. At the same time he was largely engaged in the 
purchase and sale of Western lands, and the rapid depreciation 
in value following the boom period of '87 to '90 absorbed his 
capital and compelled a withdrawal from the banking business. 
In 1890 he moved to Boston, Mass., with his family, and 
shortly thereafter became interested in a large estate on Long 
Island, in Brookhaven Township, Suffolk County, New 
York, which he is now developing. He married, 16 Sept., 
1874, Fanny Upham Walker, daughter of John S. Walker, 
a journalist and literary gentleman of Claremont, N. H. 

Children : 

63 i. Randall Duncan* Warden, born at Irving, Kan., 25 June, 1876. 

64 ii. Dwight Satterlee* Warden, born at Irving, Kan., 13 Sept., 1878, 

died 16 July, 1879. 

65 iii. James Kent* Warden, bom at Claremont, N. H., 2 Sept., 1881. 

66 iv. Christine Wheeler* Warden, born at Frankfort, Kan., 25 Oct., 

1885. 



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Sallie AntoincUc^ Warden, daughter of Satterlee^ {Alle7i^,Judah') 
and Harriet Eliza (Randall) Warden, bom at Darlington, 
Wis., 6 Aug., 1859, married to Everard T. Peck, cashier 
Stewart Co. Bank, 28 Aug., 1883. 

Children: 

67 i. Satterlee Warden* Peck, born at Clyde, Kan., 16 Aug., 1884. 

68 ii. Nellie Margaret* Peck, born at Frankfort, Kan., 3 Mar., 1889. 

69 iii. Hattie Gaylord* Peck, born at Clarksville, Tenn., 13 June, 1891, 

70 iv. Henry Everard* Peck, born at Dover, Tenn., 20 Aug., 1897, 



48. 

Louis H/ "Warden, son of AUen^ {Bucklin^, Judah^) and Lucinda 
(Miller) Warden, bom 24 July, 1850, married Rose Isaacs. 

Children : 

71 i. Mabel C* Warden, born 29 June, 1887. 

72 ii. Alice L.* Warden, born 12 April, 1895. 



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Allen F/ Warden, son of AUen^ {Bucklzn'y /udak^) and Lucinda 
(Miller) Warden, bom 21 Mar., 1852, married Mamie 
Eastman. 

Children : 

73 i. Rex A.* Warden. 

74 ii. Ivilly M.* Warden. 

Married (2) Eva Hansen. 
One child : 

75 iii. Nellie' Warden. Died aged 4 years. 

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Jesse Miller^ Warden, son of AUen^ {Buckliri^, Judah^) and 
Lucinda (Miller) Warden. Married Belle Wells. 

Children : 

76 i. Susan* Warden. 

77 ii. EtheP Warden. 



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Satterlee^ Warden, son of Allen^ {Bucklin^, Judah^) and Lucinda 
(Miller) Warden. Married Alice Dowl. 

Children : 

78 i. Ruba* Warden. 

79 ii. Ivucinda* Warden. 



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Gurl C^ Warden, son of James Kellogg^ {Ethan Aliens, Allen^, 
/udah^) and Annie (McCauley) Warden, born at Nashville, 
Tenn., Nov. 1868, married Annie lyindsley of Nashville, 
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Gabriel' Warden, bom in Vermont, i6 Feb., 1777, was a farmer ; 
married Mary Seeley. He died at Granville, 2 Feb., 1838. 
(Had a brother, Nathaniel, who went to war 181 2 and was 
never heard from. ) 

They had nine sons and three daughters : 

Henry T.* Warden, bom 16 Dec, 1808, died 28 Aug. 1835. 

Mary Ann* Warden, born 25 Sept., 1810, died . 

Mona* Warden, born 31 July, 181 2, died 

Homer Jones* Warden, born 14 June, 1814, died 11 Nov., 1866. 
William Seeley* Warden, born 6 May, 1816, died 15 Aug., 1891. 
George B.* Warden, born 18 July, 1817, died 10 Oct., 1896. 
Hiram Cory* Warden, born 27 May, 18 19. 
Sarah Seeley* Warden, born 6 April, 182 1. 

Lucius Moore* Warden, born 16 June, 1823, died 18 April, 1850. 
Lewis Moore* Warden, born 22 May, 1825, died 4 Feb. 1893. 
Horatio Moore* Warden, born 13 May, 1827, now living in 
California. 
13 xii. Silas Seeley* Warden, born 20 Feb., 1829, died 3 June, 1855. 



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Homer Joncs^ "Warden, son of Gabriel' and Mary (Seeley) 
Warden, born in Granville, 14 June, 1814 ; was a farmer. 
Married Susan Woodward of Granville, 8 March, 1837. He 
died at St. Albans, 11 Nov., 1866. 



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To them were 'bom six children : 

14 i. Calista' Wcwden, bom 12 June, 1840, died 12 June, 1840. 

15 ii. Ho^a Gilford' Warden, bom 4 Oct., 1841, now living at 

Columbus, Ohio. 

16 iii Henrietta Hutchins' Warden, bom 10 Dec, 1844. 

17 iv. Delno Homer' Warden, born 4 Jan., 1847. 

j8 V. Susan Rosetta' Wcwden, bom 30 April, 1851. 
19 vi. Alpheus Reed' Warden, bom 14 Mcu*ch, 1857. 



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Delno Horner^ Warden, son of Homer Jones* (^Gabriet^) and Susan 
(Woodward) Warden, born 4 Jan., 1847, was a real estate 
dealer at Columbus, Ohio; married, 23 Nov., 1871, Bejtie 
Wright of Johnstown. 

To them were bom two children : 

20 i. Hosea Gilford* Warden, born 10 Sept., 1877. 

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Samuel' Warden, the first of this line that we have any knowledge 
of, was a resident of Pennsylvania in his early youth. He 
married Nancy Agnes Byers, daughter of John and Agnes 
(Ross) Byers of Cumberland County, Pa. The Byers family 
moved to Pittsburgh, Pa. , in 1 796. Nancy was born 8 Aug. , 
1770 and died 11 Mar., i860 ; her married life was spent in 
. Pittsburgh, and for many years her home was with her 
daughter Rebecca (Mrs. Aaron Blaisdell) ; after the decease 
• of Mrs. Blaisdell, she resided with her son, John B. Warden. 
SamueP Warden left Pittsburgh in 181 7 or 18 18 and was 
interested in the boating on the rivers. 

Children : 

2 i. Robert Bruce* Warden. 

3 ii. John Byers* Warden. 

4 iii. Rebecca* Warden. 

5 iv. Martha* Warden, married Wm. Thompson, died 3 Feb., 1820. 

6 V. Jonathan* Warden, nothing is known of this son, he was in 

Zanesville, Ohio, 1819. 



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Robert (Bruce) Augustine^ Warden^* son of Samuel' and Nancy 
(Byers) Warden, born in Pittsburgh, Pa., 24 Nov., 1789. 
In 182 1 he moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, where he died Dec, 

♦Note.— In family Bible of Americus Warden this memo, is found : Robert B. (Augustine) 
Warden died 29 Feb., 1836, aged 46 years 3 months. It is said he became a Catholic 
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1835- (i^) Was a machinist. Married at Lexington, Ky., 
18 1 5 to Catharine Elizabeth I^ewis ; she was born 20 Sept., 
1797, near Annapolis, Md., died in Cincinnati, Ohio, April 
1852. 

They had six sons and two daughters : 

7 i. Leo Lewis^ Warden, born 14 Aug., 1816. 

8 ii. America Catherine^ Warden, born 2 Dec., 1817, died 9 Oct., 1818. 

9 iii. Leander Americus^ Warden, born 7 Oct., 1819. 

10 iv. William Wallace^ Warden, born 24 Oct., 1822. 

11 V. Robert Bruce^ Warden, born 18 Jan., 1824. 

12 vi. Rebecca Joanna^ Warden, born May 1830. 

13 vii. George Washington^ Warden, born 22 June, 1827, died 2 Feb., 

1829. 

14 viii. John Baptist^ Warden, born 3 May, 1835, died 28 Dec, 1837. 




JOHN BYERS WARDEN. 

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John Bycrs* Warden^ son of Samuel* and Nancy (Byers) Warden, 
born in Virginia near Wheeling, 6 Dec, 1793. In 
18 1 6, on 24 Oct., he married Ann I^eeds of Philadelphia; 
she was born in Cumberland County, New Jersey, 21 Jan., 
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Leeds. The family moved to Pittsburgh, Pa., 20 Sept., 
18 18, where he went into business. He was connected with 
the foundry business and boiler works, under the firm names 
of ** Warden & Nicholson,** ** Warden & Arthurs*/ and 
** Warden & Benny.'* He was also a builder of steamboats. 
He was a member of the City Council. In 1849 he resided 
in Hamburgh, Pa. , six miles below Greenville, where he had 
metal works, and a large dry goods and produce store. He 
died in West End, Pittsburgh, Pa., 10 Aug., 1865. His 
widow died in Pittsburgh, Pa., 14 Jan., 1885. Both were 
buried in Allegheny Cemetery in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Children : 

15 i. Mary^ Warden, born 14 Dec, 1817. 

16 ii. Annie E.^ Warden, born 10 Mar., 1821. 

17 iii. James Walter^ Warden, born 9 June, 1824, died 27 May, 1883. 

Unmarried. 

18 iv. George^ Warden, born 6 Oct., 1828, died in childhood. 

19 V. John Arthurs^ Warden, born 6 Dec, 1826. 

20 vi. William Grey^ Warden, born 18 Oct., 1831. 

21 vii. Joseph Leeds^ Warden, bom 14 Sept., 1835. 



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Rebecca^ "Warden, daughter of Samuel' and Nancy (Byers) 

Warden, born , married Aaron Blaisdell of Pittsburgh, 

Pa., (he was in dry goods business in Pittsburgh in 1827.) 

Children : 

22 i. Martha^ Blaisdell, born , died 3 Feb., 1820, married Wm. 

Thompson. Had two children: Samuel, died 1820, and 
Martha, born 27 Jan., 1820, married Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

23 ii. Emaline^ Blaisdell. 

24 iii. Mary' Blaisdell. 

25 iv. Athener' Blaisdell. 



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died at Memphis, Tenn., 15 Oct., 1868. He married three 
times :— (i) I/>uise Ann Cameron of Cincinnati, Ohio ; she 
died in May 1849. 

Children : 

26 i. Robert Augustine* Warden, born 16 Jan., 1842, died in Cincinnati 

19 July, 1876. 

27 ii. Catherine Anna* Warden, bom 31 Mar., 1844, died 24 April, 1849. 

28 iii. Amanda Rebecca* Warden, born 6 Sept., 1846, died 16 May, 1848. 

29 iv. Mary Louise* Warden, bom 31 May, 1849. 

(2) Sarah Rowland of Cincinnati, Ohio, (a sister of Squire 
McLean) ; (3) Sarah Caswell, who was bom in Philadelphia 
in 1825 and died in Cincinnati 24 Sept., 1853. 



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Leander Anicrictis^ "Warden, son of Robert A.» {Samuel^) and 
Catherine E. (Lewis) Warden, born in Bardstown, Ky., 7 
Oct., 1 8 19, was by occupation an engineer, married Eleanor 
Adeline Kerdolff at Cincinnati, Ohio, 8 Sept., 1844. He died 
28 Nov., 1899. She was bom 27 Mar., 1823, died 28 Mar., 
1899. 

Children : 

30 i. Nellie* Warden, born 10 Oct., 1845, died 8 Dec, 1882. 

31 ii. Maty Alice* Warden, bom 9 May, 1848, now residing at 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

32 iii. Ada Josephine* Warden, bom Oct. 1 85 1, deceased. 



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"William "Wallace^ "Warden, son of Robert A.» {Samuel") and 
Catherine E. (I<ewis) Warden, born 24 Oct., 1827, at Bards- 
town, Ky. Occupation, lawyer ani journalist. Married 
Catharine Elizabeth Medary at Cincinnati, Ohio, in Oct. 
1844 ; she was born at Cincinnati, Ohio, 12 Aug., 1827, and 
now resides there. William W.^ died in Washington, D. C, 
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Children : 

33 i. William Wallace* Warden Jr., born 26 Sept., 1845. 

34 ii. Clifford* Warden, born 9 Oct., 1848. 

35 iii. George Elwynn* Warden, bom 19 Aug., 1851. 

36 iv. Prank Herbert* Warden, 15 Feb., 1855. 



Robert Brocc^ Warden, son of Robert A.' (^Samuel') and 
Catherine E. (Lewis) Warden, bom at Bardstown, Ky., 18 
Jan., 1824, was by occupation, lawyer and author; married 
to Catharine Eliza Kerdolff, (the sister of Eleanor (Kerdolff) 
Warden, wife of Leander Americus^ Warden) at Cincinnati, 
Ohio, 15 Oct., 1843. Robert B.3 died in Washington, D. C, 
3 Dec, 1888. 

Children : 

37 i. Ernest* Warden, born at Cincinnati, Ohio, 1844, killed before 
. Vic.ksburg in Civil War, 1861-5. 
Annie Lucy* Warden, born 17 Mar., 1849. 
Charles Guy* Warden, born 26 Oct., i860. 

(Adopted) Catherine Emma* Boecking, born 23 Feb., 1849, 
daughter of Rebecca Joanna^ (Warden) Boecking. 



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Rebecca Joanna^ Warden, daughter of Robert A.* {Samuel^) and 
Catherine E. (Lewis) Warden, born at Cincinnati, Ohio, 9 
May, 1830, married Charles BoecJc:ing in 1848 and died in 
Oct. 1849. 

One child : 

40 i. Catherine Emma* Boecking, bom 23 Feb., 1849, (adopted by 
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Mary^ Warden, daughter of John Byers* {Samuel^) and Ann 
(Leeds) Warden, born in Philadelphia, Pa., 14 Dec, 1817, 
died at West End, Pittsburgh, Pa., 19 Aug., 1885. 26 Mar., 
1840, she married Wm. Kerr, M. D., who was l?orn in St. 
Clair, Allegheny County, Pa., 15 Sept., 1809, died in Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., II Aug., 1853. He graduated from the Medical 
Department of University of Pennsylvania, and began practice 
of medicine in Pittsburgh in 1833. He was a gentleman of 
great ease and simplicity of manners, distinguished ais a high 
toned christian, remarkable for talent and culture, a physician 
of great distinction. Retiring from an arduous and wearing 
profession, in which he approved himself, he was elected 
Mayor of Pittsburgh in 1846. He had made an army of 
admirers, ready and anxious to signalize their devotion by 
elevating him to public office. He possessed the zeal, and 
vigor, sufficient to carry him successfully through his official 
role. His varied learning, and unclouded intellect, together 
with the scrupulous regard for sanctity of laws, eminently 
qualified him for the administration of municipal laws. He 
conducted himself during his official term so as to command 
universal apprpbation. They lived in Pittsburgh until 1848, 
. when they removed to West End, Pittsburgh, where he died 
in 1853. 

Children : 

41 i. Anna Leeds* Kerr, born 24 Jan., 1841, died 27 Dec, 1889, 

unmarried. 

42 ii. Agnes Reynolds'* Kerr, born 23 Oct., 1842, died 13 May, 1897, 

unmarried. 

43 iii. Mary Alice* Kerr, born 28 April, 1844. 

44 iv. William W.* Kerr, born 9 Sept., 1847. 

45 V. Sarah Scouller* Kerr, born 23 Oct., 1849, died June 185 1. 



16. 

Annie E.^ Warden, daughter of John Byers^ {Samuel^) and Ann 
(I^eeds) Warden, born in Pittsburgh, Pa., 10 Mar., 1821, 
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Rev. David Kerr, D. D. , LL. D. , (who was brother of Wm. 
Kerr, M. D. ) He died in Allegheny, Pa. , 14 Oct. , 1887. He 
received his preparatory education in local schools, was 
graduated from Western University of Pennsylvania in 1837, 
and pursued his theological studies in the Associate Reform 
Theological Seminary. He was licensed by Monongahela 
Presbytery, 15 April, 1840. He accepted a call from the 
congregation, of which his father had been pastor, in 1844, 
but impaired health caused him to resign it in 1845. He 
was ordained Sine titulo 21 Jan., 1842, by Monongahela 
Presbytery, but he never felt himself able to undertake the 
duties of the pastorate. He was editor of the United 
Presbyterian from 1846, and Professor of Ecclesiastical 
History and Church Government in the Theological Seminary 
from 1 85 1 until his death. 

They had three children : 

46 i. David Reynolds* Kerr, bom 5 Mar., 1849, married Miss Ada 

Phipps Parker, 25 Oct., 1877. 

47 ii John Warden* Kerr, bom West End, Pittsburgh, Pa., 9 Mar., 

1851, died in Allegheny, Pa., 4 Jan., 1888. He was one of the 
most eminent physicians of Pittsburgh and Allegheny, Pa. 

48 iii. William Nesbit* Kerr, bom West End, Pittsburgh, Pa., 19 Mar., 

1857, married (his cousin) Miss Juliet Rokohl* Warden, 7 
April, 1890. She was born in St. Louis, Mo., 11 Feb., 1859, 
the daughter of John Arthurs^ and Catherine A. (Rokohl) 
Warden. One son : John Warden* Kerr, bom 16 June, 1893, 
died 26 June, 1900. 



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JOHN ARTHURS WARDEN. 

John Arthurs^ Warden, son of John Byers^ {Samuel^) and Ann 
(I^eeds) Warden, born in Pittsburgh, Pa., 6 Dec, 1826, died 
I Jan., 1878, married in St. Louis, Mo., 15 April, 1858, 
Catherine Amelia Rokohl ; she was bom in St. I/>uis, Mo. , 
15 Sept., 1835. He was a man of indomitable energy and of 
highest business capacity. He was a dashing, though care- 
ful operator, and his superior judgement carried all his 
ventures to triumphant success. He was a genial companion, 
a generous friend, and a most devoted and self-sacrificing 
husband and father. He was free, frank, and honest in all 
his intercourse with men, his word was his bond. In religion 
he was a Presbyterian ; in politics, an uncompromising 
democrat. He expressed his opinions boldly, fearlessly and 
intelligently, and all men understood him. He was a member 
of the firm of Warden & Oxnard, and was largely engaged 
in the oil business. 



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i. Juliet Rokohl* Warden, bom 11 Feb., 1859. 
ii. Susan* Warden, born 28 Oct., i860, 
iii. David Rokohl* Warden, bom 6 Nov., 1862. 
iv. John Byers* Warden, born 23 Dec, 1865. 

V. Horatio Page* Warden, born 7 Aug., 1868. 
vi. Ann Kerr* Warden, born 28 June, 1871. 
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WILLIAM GREY WARDEN. 

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William Grcy^ Warden, son of John. Byers* {Samuel^) and Ann 
(Leeds) Warden, born in Pittsburgh, Pa., i8 Oct., 1831, 
died 9 April, 1895, ^g^^ 64 years. He married Sarah. Wells 
Bushnell, the daughter of Daniel and Eleanor (Gray) 
Bushnell. He became a member of the Standard Oil Co., 
was President of Atlantic Refining Co. of Philadelphia, 
President of United Gas Improvement Co., and many other 
companies. He had large interests at St. Augustine, Florida, 
where he had a winter residence. Mr. Warden was a man 
whose sphere was something gigantic in the business life of 
this country. He was a man of rare intuition to discover the 
great lines along which the business world was tending the 
trend of human affairs in commercial matters ; he had 
practical genius to conceive the measures which would adapt 
themselves to the necessities of the hour, and he had the skill 
to select the instruments or persons to execute these great 
schemes. He was a man of invinceable will. If he selected 
a line of action, which he knew to be just, proper and right, 
he never swerved so much as a hair's-breadth. Yet he was 
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found he was not right, and could adapt himself to the 
circumstances and the exigencies of the hour. He was much 
interested in Mission work, and he gathered in the little un- 
kempt children from the street, and toiling as long as health 
lasted among those classes who needed such work most, 
giving them the highest form of charity — the personal 
presence and personal touch. He was a man who was always 
in favor of practical reform. He was a great friend of 
temperance. He was a friend of * ' the brother in black. ' ' 
His frequent sojourns at St. Augustine, gave him a nearer 
view of the colored race. His heart went out in pity toward 
the colored people whom he saw huddled together in the 
swamp, and he stretched forth his kindly hand to them and 
helped them up bodily out of the swamp and transplanted 
them to higher ground, put them into better homes and 
surrounded them with better conditions. Thus he came to 
be regarded as a wise counselor, and guide and friend of the 
colored people. 

Fifteen children were born to this couple : 

56 i. Lizzie Elizabeth'* Warden, born in Pittsburgh, Pa., 25 Sept., 
1855, married, Philadelphia, Pa., 20 June, 1878, John Louis 
Ketterlinus, son of Eugene and Marie (Keyenthaler) Von 
Ketterlinus. He was bom 18 June, 1852. 

Annie* Warden, born 11 Dec, 1856. 

Henry* Warden, born 17 Mar., 1858. 

Eleanor Grey* Warden, born 27 Jan., i860. 

Louisa* Warden, born 11 June, 1861, died 20 Feb., 1866. 

Sarah Bird* Warden, born 4 May, 1863. 

Mary* Warden, born 11 Nov., i8(S4. 

James Walter* Warden, born 26 Sept., 1866, died in Philadelphia, 
Pa., 27 Jan., 1873. 

William Grey* Warden Jr., born 24 Nov., 1867. 

Jane Lockhart* Warden, born i July, 1869, died in Philadelphia, 
Pa.. 5 Sept., 1870. 

Edith* Warden, born 17 Oct., 1870. 

Herbert Watson* Warden, bom 13 Feb., 1872. 

Nelson Bushnell* Warden, born 13 Nov., 1874. 

Clarence Arthur* Warden, born 21 Mar., 1878. 

Barbara* Warden, born 12 Nov., 1879. 



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JOSEPH LEEDS WARDEN. 

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Joseph Leeds^ Warden, son of John Byers* (Samuel') and Ann 
(lyceds) Warden, bom in Pittsburgh, Pa., 14 Sept., 1835, 
married Sarah Leslie, died i May, 1895. 

One child : 

71 i. John Byers* Warden. 



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Mary Louise* Warden, daughter of Leo Lewis^, (Robert A,^, 
Samuel') and Louise A. (Cameron) Warden, born at 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 31 May, 1849, married Louis W. Schraag 
of Cincinnati, Ohio, 17 Oct. , 1872. Now resides at Newport, 
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i. Belle CaswelP Schraag, born in Cincinnati, Ohio, 9 Sept., 1873. 
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IMIfaMn Wallace* Warden, son of William Wallace^ (^Robert 
A.\ Samuel^) and Catherine E. (Medary) Warden, bom at 
Cincimnrtik Ohio, 26 Sept., 1845 ; occupation, printer. 
Married Maupjet A. Frazier at- Cincinnati, Ohio, 26 Sept., 
1876 ; she was hfgsx in Baltimore, Md., 22 Feb., 1850. They 
now reside at Covington, Ky. 

One child : 

74 i. Herbert Clifford* Warden, bon» x6 Feb., 1878. Now resides 
with parents. 



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Caifford* Warden, son of William Wallace^ {Robert A.^y Samuel') 
and Catharine E. (Medary) Warden, was bom in Ciucinnati, 
Ohio, 9 Oct., 1848; occupation, librarian, U. S. Senate 
at Washington, D. C. Married to Annie Lucy* Warden, 
daughter of Robert Bruce^ Warden, at Washington, D. Q., 
27 Oct., 1879, now residing at Washington. 

Children : 

75 i. Catharine Ethel* Warden, born 13 Sept., 1880. 

76 ii. John Clifford* Warden, born 29 Nov., 1885. 



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George Elwynn* Warden, son of William Wallace^ {Robert A.^, 
Samuel') and Catharine E. (Medary) Warden, born at 
Latonia Springs, Ky., near Covington, 19 Aug., 1851, was 
by occupation a printer. Married to Emily Johnson, at 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 5 Mar., 1877. (Her mother was bom at 
Stroudsburgh, Pa. , and was a lineal descendant of tlie Stroud 
after whom the place was named. Stroud was a Colonel in 
the Continental army during the Revolution. The Johnsons 
were descendants of the fir^ Earl .of Shaftesbury. ) They 
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Frank Herbert^ "Warden, son of William Wallace^ {Robert ^.% 
Samuel') and Catharine E. (Medary) Warden, bom at 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 15 Feb., 1855 ; occupation, manufacturers' 
agent. Married Matie Fisk at Minneapolis, Minn., 23 April, 
1890. 

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Charles Guy Warden, son of Robert Bruce^ {Robert A,^, Samuel') 
and Catharine E. (Kerdolff) Warden, born at Columbus, 
Ohio, 26 Oct., i860; occupation, real estate and insurance 
agent. Married to Pattie Otie Crompton, 26 Oct., 1893; 
she was born 8 April, 1868. Now residing at Washington, 
D. C. 

One child : 

77 i. Robert Bruce^ Warden, born 18 Jan., 1895. 

40. 

Githerine Emma^ Boecking^ daughter of Charles and Rebecca 
Joanna^ {Robert A.^, Samuel') (Warden) Boecking, bom 23 
Feb., 1849. Adopted by her uncle, Robert Bruce^ Warden, 
after death of her mother in 1849. Married Atherton Thayer 
at Cincinnati, Ohio, 16 Jan., 1870. 

One child : 

78 i. Louis^ Thayer, born 13 May, 1877. 

43. 

Mary Alice'* Kerr^ daughter of Dr. William and Mary^ {John 
Byers^, Satnuel') (Warden) Kerr, born 28 April, 1844, at 
Pittsburgh, Pa., married, i Dec, 1868, John Arbuckle, of 
the firm of Arbuckle Bros., coffee importers. New York. 
Mr. Arbuckle was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., 11 Jan., 1839, 
and was son of Thomas and Margaret (McDonald) Arbuckle 
of Pittsburgh, Pa. No children. They reside in Brooklyn^ 
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44. 

William W/ Kerr, son of Dr. William and Mary^ {John Byers^, 
Samuel^) (Warden) Kerr of Pittsburgh, Pa., born 9 Sept. , 
1847, married in 1882, Miss Martha Gram Bruce, the 
daughter of Henry and Martha (Gram) Bruce of Allegheny, 
Pa. ; she was bom in 1863. 

Children: 

79 i. John Arbuckle* Kerr, born 15 Dec, 1882. 

80 ii. William Bruce^ Kerr, born 10 July, 1885. ' 

81 iii. David Reynolds^ Kerr, born 18 April, 1892. 



46; 

David Reynolds^ Kerr, son of Rev. David and Annie E.^ {Johfi 
Byers^y Safnuel^) (Warden) Kerr, born in Pittsburgh, Pa., 
5 Mar., 1849, married, 25, Oct;, 1877, to Miss Ada Phipps 
Parker ; she was born in Parker, Pa., 28 Jan., i860, daughter 
of Ephraim Harris and Margaret (Phipps) Parker. 

One child : 
82 i. Jessie Brooks^ Kerr, born 12 Aug., 1882. 

49. 

Juliet Rokohl^ Warden^ daughter of John Arthurs^ {John Byers^, 
Samuel^) and Catherine A. (Rokohl) Warden, born at St. 
Louis, Mo., II Feb., 1859, married her cousin, Wm. Nesbit-* 
Kerr, 7 April, 1890. He was born 19 Mar., 1857. 

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DAVID ROKOHL WARDEN. 

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David Rokohl* Warden, son of John Arthurs^ {/okn Byers^, 
Samuel^) and Catherine A. (Rokohl) Warden, bom in Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., 6 Nov., 1862. After finishing his education, he 
was for some time engaged in manufacturing electrical 
apparatus, but for the last ten years has been the business 
manager of the family estate. In religion he is a Presbyterian, 
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John Bycrs^ Warden, son of John Arthurs^ {John Byers*, 
Samuel^) and Catherine A. (Rokohl) Warden, bom 23 Dec., 
1865. After leaving school, went into the employ of 
Arbuckle Bros. , in their wholesale house in Pittsburgh, Pa. , 
afterwards went South and took charge of the Water Gas 
plant that was under the control of the Standard Oil Co. 
While there he contracted typhoid malaria and died 17 Jan., 
1890. He was in religion a Presbyterian, and in politics a 
Jacksonian democrat. He married, 18 April, 1889, Elizabeth 
Fleming, daughter of Joseph and Eliza (Smith) Fleming. 
She was bom 19 Sept., 1866, died 24 Mar., 1892. 

They had one child : 
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HORATIO PAGE WARDEN. 

53. 

Horatio Pag^c* Warden, son of John Arthurs^ {John Byers^, 
Samuel^) and Catherine A. (Rokohl) Warden, bom in 
Sewickly, Pa., 7 Aug., 1868. After leaving Princeton 
College, he went into the Banking department of the Fidelity 
Title & Trust Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa., and was teller for 
seven years, when owing to poor health, brought on by too 
close confinement, he resigned and has since spent his time in 
travel. He married on 14 Oct., 1896, Sarah Augusta Mead, 
daughter of Charles Williard and Eliza (Lee) Mead, of 
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Annic^ Watdctif daughter of William Grey^ (/ohn Byers^, 
Samuel^) and Sarah W. (Bushnell) Warden, born in 
Pittsburgh, Pa., 11 Dec, 1856, married in Philadelphia, Pa., 
15 Mar., 1892, James John Donnell, son of James and Mary 
Ann (Rogers) Donnell. He was born 24 Mar., 1840. 

One child : 
83 i. Elizabeth* Donnell, bom 9 Nov., 1893. 



58. 

Hcnry^ Warden, son of William Grey^ {John Byers^, Samuel^) 
and Sarah W. (Bushnell) Warden, born in Pittsburgh, Pa., 
17 Mar., 1858, married 15 Oct., 1879, M^ry Bowen Green, 
daughter of Moses P. and Mary Russell (Bowen) Green of 
Hannibal, Mo. 

Children: 

84 i. Grace BushnelP Warden, bom in Philadelphia, Pa. 

85 ii. Sarah Wells* Warden, born in Philadelphia, Pa. 



59. 

Eleanor Grcy^ Warden, daughter of William Grey^ {John Byers^, 
Samuel^) and Sarah W. (Bushnell) Warden, born in Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., 27 Jan., i860, married in Philadelphia, Pa., 15 
Nov., 1883, Samuel Taylor Bodine, son of Samuel Tucker 
and Louisa Wylie (Milliken) Bodine. He was born 23 Aug. , 
1854. 

Children : 

86 i. Louisa Warden* Bodine, born 15 Dec, 1884. 

87 ii. Eleanor Grey* Bodine, born 21 Aug., 1886. 

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Sarah BitS* Wardeiif daughter of William Grey^ (/ohn Byers^, 
Samuel^') and ^rah W. (Bushnell) Warden, bom 4 May, 
1863, married in Ptjiladelphia, Pa., 7 Nov., 1889, Wm. 
Lippard McLean, son of Robert Caldwell and Amelia Dorothea 
(Voight) McLean of. Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 

Children : 

89 i. Warden' McLean, bom i Aug., 1890. 

90 ii. Robert* McLean, born i Oct., 1891. 

91 iii. Wm. Lippard* McLean, born 23 Oct., 1895. 



62. 

Mary^ "Warden, daughter of William Grey^ {^John Byers^, 
Samuel^) and Sarah W. (Bushnell) Warden, bom 11 Nov., 
1864, married in Philadelphia, Pa., 27 May, 1896, Charles 
Wm. Harkness, son of Stephen Vanderburg and Anna 
(Richardson) Harkness of Monroeville, Ohio. He was bom 
17 Dec, i860. 



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Edith^ Warden, daughter of William Grey^ {John Byers^, 
Samuel^) and Sarah W. (Bushnell) Warden, bom in 
Philadelphia, Pa., 17 Oct., 1870, married 2 Nov., 1897, 
Henry Wick Coming, son of Warren Holmes and Mary 
Helen (Wick) Corning of Cleveland, Ohio. He was bom in 
1869. 

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Herbert Watson^ Warden, son of William Grey 3 (^John Byers*, 
Samuel^) and Sarah W. (Bushnell) Warden, bom in 
Philadelphia, Pa., 13 Feb., 1*872, married 5 Dec, 1893, Alice 
Pardee of Hazleton, Pa., daughter of Calvin and Mary 
(Byrne) Pardee. 

Children : 

93 i. Lucia Alice* Warden, bom 22 Oct., 1894. 

94 ii. Herbert Watson* Warden Jr., bom 13 Feb., 1896. 



69. 

Qarence Arthur^ Warden, son of William Grey^ {John Byers^, 
Samuel^) and Sarah W. (Bushnell) Warden, bom in 
Philadelphia, Pa., 21 Mar., 1878, married in Cleveland, Ohio, 
6 June, 1900, Helen Corning, daughter of Warren Holmes 
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Samuel' Warden, was born in Morris County, N. J., about the 
year 1785. (His father came from Holland before the 
Revolutionary war.) He married Dorcas Kersted in 1808. 
He was a hatter by trade. 

To this couple were born eight children : 

2 i. Peter* Warden, bom 10 Dec, 1808, died 1859. 

3 ii. John* Warden. 

4 iii. Mary* Warden. 

5 iv. Daniel* Warden. Died 1864. 

6 V. Eliza* Warden. 

7 vi. Silas* Warden. 

8 vii. Samuel* Warden Jr. 

9 viii. Marcus* Warden. Died 1893. 



Peter* "Warden, son of SamueP and Dorcas (Kersted) Warden, 
born 10 Dec, 1808, married . 

Children : 

10 i. Peter^ Warden Jr., born in Chicago 27 April, 1836. 

11 ii. DanieP Warden. 

12 iii. SamueP Warden. 

13 iv. John^ Warden. 

14 V. Moses^ Warden. 

15 vi. Aaron^ Warden. 

16 vii. Benjamin F.^ Warden. 

The first six named served in the Civil war from '61 to '65. 
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Daniel' "Warden, fanner, born at Toome, Ireland, married Miss 
Mulhaland of Toome in 1790. 

Children : 

2 i. DanieP Warden, bom at Cookstown, Ire. 

3 ii. Alexander^ Warden, born at Cookstown, Ire. 

Five daughters, names unknown. 

Daniel settled in Canada about 1829. 



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Alexander^ "Warden, son of Daniel' and (Mulhaland) Warden, 
married Jane Boyd about 1820. 

They had two sons and two daughters : 

4 i. William^ Warden, born 1822, went to Canada in 1829. 

5 ii. DanieP Warden, born 1827. 

6 iii. Margarett^ Warden, born 1824. 

7 iv. Bllen^ Warden, born 1824. 



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Daniel^ "Warden, son of Alexander^ (Daniel') and Jane (Boyd) 
Warden, born 1827 at Cookstown, Ire., married Sariah 
Wright at Deny, Ire., 1854. 

They had three sons and two daughters : 

8 i. William* Warden, born 12 Jan., 1856, went to United States in 
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9 ii. Charles^ Warden, bom 4 Aug., 1858, went to United States in 
1882. 

10 iii. Maria* Warden, bom 4 Ang., 1858, went to United States in 

1886. 

11 iv. John* Warden, bom 11 Oct., i860, went to United States in 1883. 

12 V. Sariah* Warden, bom 9 Sept., 1866, died i May, 1867. 



Margatett^ Wafdav daughter of Alexander* {Daniel^) and 
Jane (Boyd) Warden, bom 1824, married to Mr. Henderson. 
Had two daughters and eight sons. 

Ellen^ "Wafdav daughter of Alexander* (Z>a«z^/') and Jane (Boyd) 
Warden, bom 1824. 

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Charles^ Wafdav son of Daniel^ {Alexander*, Daniel^) and Sariah 
(Wright) Warden, bom 4 Aug., 1858, married Anna 
Richards at Ashley, Ind., U. S. A. 

One daughter : 

13 i. Ethel* Warden, bom Oct. 1894. 

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Maria^ "Warden, daughter of DanieP {Alexander", Daniel^) and 
Sariah (Wright) Warden, born 4 Aug.-, 1858, married 
Charley Felling at Chicago, 111., U. S. A., Sept. 1894. 

Children : 

14 i. Charlie' Felling, bom 20 May, 1895. 

15 ii. John* Felling, bom i Dec, 1898. 

John^ Warden, son of Daniel' {Alexayider^ , Daniel^) and Sariah 
(Wright) Warden, bom 11 Oct., i860, married Lily 
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Thomas' Warden^ born , died 14 Oct., 1829, married Sarah 

Hyatt 26 Feb., 1784. 

Children : 

2 i. Thomas* Warden, born July 1785, died 11 May, i860. 

3 ii. Elizabeth* Warden. 

4 iii. Joseph* Warden. 

5 iv. William* Warden. 

6 V. Hannah* Warden. 



Thomas* Warden, son of Thomas' and Sarah (Hyatt) Warden, 
bom July 1785, died at Birmingham, Eng,, 11 May, i860, 
married Ann Keitley of Birmingham, 21 July, 1806. 

Children : 

7 i. Thomas* Warden, born 2^ April, 1813, died July 1882. 

8 ii. Eliza* Warden, born April 1807, died 1884. 

9 iii. George* Warden, bom 21 Oct., 182 1. 



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boot and shoe manufacturer. Married ( i ) Eneanor Bestow 
of London, Eng., ii Jan., 1844; (2) Elizabeth Sharpe, 8 
Feb., 1849. 

Children : 

Thomas Bestow* Warden, bom 26 Dec., 1845. 
Walter Bistles* Warden, born 19 May, 1850, died 1882. 
Clarissa F.* Warden, bom 27 Feb., 1852. 
Arthur Henry* Warden, bom 3 Oct., 1858. 
William Frederick* Warden, bom 29 July, i860. 
Mary Elizabeth* Warden, bom 2 April, 1862. 



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Thomas Bestow^ Wafdav son of Thomas^ ( Thomas* y Thomas^) 
and Elizabeth (Sharpe) Warden, bom in Birmingham, Eng., 
26 Dec, 1845. Was a carver and gilder. Married Sarah 
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William Wallace' Warden, the Virginia pioneer, was a native of 
Ayrshire, Scotland, and the family is thought to be of the 
Wallace clan and blood. Born in 17 15 and came to Virginia 
before 1740. Some time between 1740 and 1748 he married 
Elizabeth Williams, she was the daughter of a French 
Huguenot who came from France and brought his sword 
(which was a badge of gentility) with him. They settled 
upon a farin in that part of Augusta County which is now 
known as Hardy County, Va. The place was located on Lost 
River above the hanging rocks, and about twenty miles from 
the county seat, Moorefield ; (the county formed in 1786 takes 
its name from Samuel Hardy, who was a member of the United 
States Congress.) He bought the farm of Lord Fairfax. 
The deed is dated 4 June, 1750, and the survey was made by 
George Washington (who was afterwards President of the 
United States. ) The farm has been in the possession of the 
family ever since. He was a farmer, with all that implies in 
those times when the family had to be protected from the 
Indians and the land cleared before any planting could be 
done. A fort was built not far from the river, on the left 
bank, as a resort for the neighbors and a defense in time of 
attack of hostile Indians. 

We know of but two children born to this couple : 

2 i. James^ Warden. 

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William Wallace' died in 1758 and his widow married again ; 
she died in 1805 and was buried near the site of the old fort. 



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Jamcs^ Warden, the oldest son of William Wallace" and Elizabeth 
(Williams) Warden, was bom in Virginia about 1747-8, 
and when about ten or twelve years of age was killed by 
the Indians during one of their attacks. James and his 
brother William had gone outside the fort to get * * chinks to 
chink ' ' the little fortress. The lads startled by the noise of 
a broken branch, discovered a party of Indians stealthily 
advancing upon them, they instantly set out on a run for the 
fort. William being swift footed, though hotly pursued, 
escaped. James was captured or killed. William on being 
asked about his brother could only answer, ** He's hid in the 
alders." The fort was destroyed by the Indians some time 
afterwards. 

William^ Warden, son of William Wallace' and Elizabeth 
(Williams) Warden, was bom in Virginia 9 July, 1749. He 
was a farmer and lived upon the dW komestead where he was 
born. He was a Baptist of the old school as agreeing with 
the ancient faith of the SccJtdi C^lvinists. He was oftimes 
a messenger of his church to the Aissociation. He also 
officiated at funerals among his neighbors. He married in 
1773 Sarah Christman ; she was bom 18 May, 1757, died 
1 832. She was the granddaughter of Joist Hite (a large owner 
of land in Virginia) and who married a sister of President 
James Madison. William^ Warden died 19 Sept., 1823, 
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They had eleven children : 

John' Warden, bom 20 Aug., 1774. 
James' Warden, bom 32 June, 1776. 
William' Warden, bora 31 May, 1778. 
Magdalin' Warden, bom B Sept., 1780. 
Isaac' Warden, born 30 Oct., 1784. 
Nimrod' Warden, bom i March, 1786. 
Jacob' Warden, bom 8 May, 1788. 
Benjamin' Warden, bom 29 July, 1790. 
Mary' Warden, bom 8 April, 1793. 
Sarah' Warden, bom i March, 1796. 
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John^ Warden, son of William* ( William Wallace^) and Sarah 
(Christman) Warden, bom in Virginia 10 Aug., 1774, moved 
to Ohio in 181 2 and lived on the farm that his father bou^t 
at that time. He married a Miss Cusick of Virginia. 

They had several children : 

15 i. William* Warden. 

16 ii. John Cusick* Warden. 

17 iii. Scotta* Warden, married Dr. John Ramsey Hayden of Harpers 

Ferry. 



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James^ "Warden, son of William^ ( William Wallace^) and Sarah 
(Christman) Warden, bom in Virginia 22 June, 1776, 
married Elizabetn Wheeler, April 18 10. He owned the land 
that part of the city of Newark, Ohio, is built upon. He 
died in Newark, Licking County, Ohio. 

To them were bom four sons and two daughters : 

Nimrod* Warden, bom 14 Feb., 1812. died 1895. 
Amanda* Warden (Crawshaw), bom 1814, died 1841. 
William* Warden, born 1817. 
James* Warden, born 1820. 
Sarah* Warden, bom 1822, died 1859. 
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Jacob^ Warden, son of William^ ( William Wallace^) and Sarah 
(Christman) Warden, born 8 May, 1788, was a merchant 
and business man and, with his brother Benjamin, founded 
and laid out the town of Wardensville, Hardy County, W. 
Va. He was the possessor of considerable land in West 
Virginia and in Ohio. He had two stores, one at Wardens- 
ville the other at Staunton, Va. He was married 8 Feb., 
1816, at Staunton, Va., by Rev. Wm. Calhoon, to Mary 
Leas, the daughter of Jacob Leas a well-to-do planter near 
Staunton, Va. (Mr. Leas was a native of Pennsylvania, 
born 28 May, 1765, died 14 May, 1843. He had resided in 
Virginia for 53 years, respected by all who knew him. He 
was a good citizen, long an acting magistrate of the county 
and was High Sheriff during the last years of his life. He 
united himself to the Presbyterian church about 1808, and 
remained an elder of the church to the time of his death. ) 
Jacobs Warden died 14 Jan., 1828, at the early age of 39 
years, leaving six children. 

Children : 

24 i. Margaret Leas'* Warden, born 181 7, now living in Staunton, Va. 

25 ii. Sarah E.* Warden, born 1819, now living m Rappahannock 

County, Va. 

26 ill. Scotta Ann* Warden, born 26 May, 1821. 

27 iv. William Jacob* Warden, born 26 Aug., 1823. 

28 V. Mary Adaline* Warden, born 1825. 

29 vi. Jacob Benjamin* Warden, born 1827. 

Mary (I^eas) Warden survived her husband thirty- two years, 
and upon her fell the duty and responsibility of rearing a large 
family. Faithfully and well she met this responsibility. She 
departed this life 8 Sept., i860, aged 66 years, loved by all who 
knew her. 

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Wallace^) and Sarah (Christman) Warden, born in Virginia 
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Va., 2 June, 1829. He was a man very highly respected by 
all who knew him and died in 1844 worth considerable 
property. 

To this couple were born nine children : 

William Jacob* Warden, bom 3 March, 1830. 
Sarah* Warden, born 20 March. 1831. 
Anna* Warden, born 13 Oct., 1832. 
Benjamin F.* Warden, born 30 March, 1834. 
Franklin* Warden, born 21 Jan., 1836. 
Julius C* Warden, born 31 Dec, 1837. 
vii. James M.* Warden, born 27 Nov., 1839. 

William B.* Warden, born 22 Nov., 1843, died 18 Dec, 1863. 
He was a member of 7th Virginia Cavalry, C. S. A. 
38 ix. Jacob* Warden, born 10 Aug., 1847. 



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Nimrod* Warden, son of James^ ( William^, William Wallace^) 
and Elizabeth (Wheeler) Warden, born 14 Feb., 18 12, 
married (i) Mary Ann Burr 31 Dec, 1837, she died i Feb., 
1865, and he married (2) Jannie A. Winter 12 June, 1865. 
He died at Homer, Licking County, Ohio, 19 April, 1895. 
His wife survives him. 

They had one child : 

39 i. Lily* Warden, bqrn 1866, married Mr. Stevens and now living 
in Columbus, Ohio. 



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Scotta Ann^ Warden, daughter of Jacobs ( William^, William 
Wallace^) and Mary (Leas) Warden, born 26 May, 1826. 
She was a member of the Presbyterian church, a lovely and 
devoted Christian, one who gave her whole life in trying to 
make others happy ; a devoted wife and mother, having the 
Scottish devotion for her church and God. She was married 
30 May, 1844, by Rev. William Brown, to Richard lyce 
Patteson, a Virginian planter and a native of Buckingham 
County, Va. They lived (after marriage) upon his large 
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farm near Culpeper Court-house, Va. In less than three 
years his home was ruined by the Federal army under Gen. 
Pope ; his house and crops destroyed or carried away. In 
1872 he moved to Crawford Springs, Va., where he died 18 
Feb., 1883. He was a humble and devoted Christian and 
one who never complained. He was a member of the 
Presbyterian church, a mostcompamotiable man, whose house 
was always open, and a friend of the poor and needy. She 
died at Pond Gap, Va., 19 May, 1898. 

They had eight children : 

Samuel Chalmers* Patteson, died in infancy. 

Eugene* Patteson, died in infancy. 

Mary Matilda* Patteson, died in infancy. 

Walter Scott* Patteson, died in infancy. 

William Warden* Patteson, bom in Staunton, Va., 27 Jan., 1845. 
Was a soldier in the Confederate army, fighting under 
Stonewall Jackson, then in the cavalry under Mosby. Was 
in twenty engagements, and had many narrow escapes from 
death and capture. Now living at Pond Gap, Va. 

45 vi. Alexander Lee* Patteson, bom 19 Feb., 1847. Was a soldier in 

the Confederate army, fighting first under Stewart in the 
4th Virginia Cavalry in many engagements and afterwards 
joining Mosby' s command. He is now practicing medicine. 

46 vii. Scotta Alice^ Patteson, born in Buckingham County, Va., 7 

Sept., 1855. 

47 viii. Edward Everett* Patteson, bom in Staunton, Va., 24 Dec., 1859, 

married Elizabeth Maxwell Braxton, daughter of Col. Carter 
Moore Braxton of Newport News, Va., 17 July, 1895. They 
have two children : Richard Lee** Patteson, bom 22 June, 1896 ; 
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WILLIAM JACOB WARDEN. 
( Taken in 1861. ) 

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William Jacob^ Warden^ son of Jacobs ( William^, William Wal- 
lace^) and Mary (Leas) Warden, bom in Staunton, Augusta 
County, Va., 26 Aug., 1823. In early life he attended the 
school of his neighborhood, and later he spent three years in 
the Virginia Military Institute He stood very high in his 
class. He took special courses at Washington and Lee 
University and the University of Virginia, and became a 
master of Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French, German and 
Spanish languages, and also proficient in the sciences. He 
next took up the study of law in Richmond, Va. He was 
admitted to the bar by the Judges of the Virginia Court of 
Appeals. Very soon after being admitted to practice, he de- 
termined to give the remainder of his life to preaching the 
gospel. He accordingly* finished his education with a theo- 
logical course at Princeton, N. J., and having a competency 
of his own, he located near Wardensville, W. Va. , and for 
many years preached in the sparsely settled regions of Hardy 
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attainments and was a fit companion for the most cultivated, 
yet he was simple in his manner, and visited and mingled 
freely with the most humble classes. He was a friend of the 
rich and poor alike and loved by all. While attending the 
Synod at Culpeper, Va., he met Miss Mary Wade Ashby, 
and was married to her 28 Oct., 1862. She was the youngest 
daughter of William Ashby, Esq., and Lucy (Strother) 
Ashby, and grand-daughter of Capt. John Ashby of Revolu- 
tionary fame. She was a cousin of the distinguished cavalry 
officer, Gen. Turner Ashby, C. S. A. Shortly after his 
marriage Mr. Warden removed to Rappahannock county, 
Va. , and purchased a farm and raised his family. He con- 
tinued to preach until shortly before his death, which 
occurred 2 March, 1894. ^^ was a devoted, humble, 
Christian man, always ready to worship God with any 
denomination, though he was a firm Presbyterian. He was 
great lover of English, Latin and Greek classics j was devoted 
to Milton* s *Taradise Lost," and read Shakespeare a great 
deal. He loved the old hymns of Isaac Watts, John and 
Charles Wesley. During the war he served as chaplain in the 
army under Stonewall Jackson. 

Children : 

Charles W.* Warden, born 29 Aug., 1863. 

Hubert Pascal* Warden, born 19 March, 1865. 

Turner Ashby* Warden, born 22 Dec, 1866. 

Benjamin Arthur* Warden, born 31 May, 1868, died aged 18 

months. » 

Eugene French* Warden, born 18 Oct., 1869. 
Mary Pauline* Warden, boru 28 Aug., 187 1. 

Mary AdaJinc^ "Warden, daughter of Jacobs ( William^, William 
Wallace^) and Mary (Leas) Warden, born 1825. She was a 
very beautiful woman and a great favorite. Married Dr. J. 
Alexander Waddell of Staunton, Va., by Rev. Joseph R. 
Wilson, 19 Nov., 1856. 

Children : 

54 i. Mary Warden* Waddell, married Henderson M. Bell and had 

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Jacob Benjamm^ Warden^ son of Jacobs ( William^, William 
Wallace^) and Mary (Leas) Warden, born at Staunton, Va., 
1827. He married Miss Virginia L. B. Henshaw of Win- 
chester, Va., 29 May, 1856. They moved to California, 
where he practiced medicine. They had one daughter, who 
died young. He died in 1878. 



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Wallace^) and Lucinda (Vannort) Warden, bom in Virginia, 
30 March, 1834, married Fanny Cultou of Rockbridge 
county, Va., in 1858. They continued to reside on the old 
Warden homestead, until 1873, when they moved to Burnett 
County, Texas, where they died 1885. They had eight sons 
and two daughters. 

Children : 

56 i. Lucy* Warden, born 1859, died 1890. 

57 ii. Annie* Warden. 

58 iii. John* Warden. 

59 iv. William* Warden. 

60 V. James* Warden. 

61 vi. Benjamin* Warden. 

62 vii. Oakley* Warden. 

63 viii. Zachriah* Warden. 

64 ix. Prince* Warden. 

65 X. Charles* Warden, born 1876. 



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Julius O Warden, son of Benjamin^ ( William^, William Wallace^) 
and Lucinda (Vannort) Warden, bom in Virginis^, 31 Dec., 
1837. Married Miss Mary McDonough, and removed to 
Texas, where he now lives. He is i^ the cattle business and 
has a ranch of four thousand acres enclosed. 

This couple have two children : 

66 i. James* Warden, born 1862. 

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JAMES M. WARDEN. 
( Taken in /87J.) 

James M.^Wardeiv son of Ben]3Lmin} (IVll/iam* William Wallace^) 
and Lucinda (Vannort) Warden, bom 27 Nov., 1839, on the 
old Homestead, bought of Lord Fairfax in 1750. He always 
lived an active, outdoor life ; was in the Confeden^te States 
army for fotir years during the Civil war. He was a farmer 
and stock raiser, as all his ancestors were for four generations, 
He was a member of the Legislature of West Virginia and 
an elder in the Presbyterian church. Married Martha Ann 
Fry, who was a descendant of one of the oldest families of 
Virginia, her ancestors came to Virginia in 1724. 

To this couple were bom six sons and three daughters : 

James Vannort* Warden, born 31 January, 1878. 
Guy Lee* Warden, born 29 Sept., 1879. 
Stanley Claggett* Warden, born 4 June, 1881. 
Robert E. Wickett* Warden, born 18 Sept., 1883. 
Clyde* Warden, born 31 January, 1885. 
William Henry Frye* Warden, bom 10 Dec, 1S87. 
Mary Lucinda* Warden, born 9 July, 1888. 
Roseayliner* Warden, bom 30 June, 1894. 
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Jacob^ Wardent son of Benjamin^ ( Wtl/iam*, IVilliam Wallace^) 
and Lucinda (Vannort) Warden, bom 10 Aug., 1847. He 
married Susan A. Claggett, a descendant of Bishop Claggett, 
who was the first bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church 
of America. 

The couple have three children : 

77 i. Daisy^ Warden, bom 1868. 

78 ii. Grace^ Warden, bom 1869. 

79 iii. Harrj'^ Warden, bomiSyi. 




CHARLES W. WARDEN. 

Charles "W.^ Warden, son of William Jacobs { Jacob, ^ William*, 
IVilliam Wallace^) and Mary (Ashby) Warden, bom at 
Culpeper, Va., 29 Aug., 1863. Married Miss Mary T. 
Arthur of Staunton, W. Va., 19 Oct., 1887. Now practicing 
medicine in that place. 

They have two children : 

80 i. Arthur Hills* Warden, bom 1888. 

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Hubert Pascal^ Warden, son of William Jacobs { Jacobs ^ William^, 
William Wallace^) and Mary (Ashby) Warden, was born at 
Wardensville, W. Va., 19 March, 1865. He was admitted 
to the bar and practiced law at Mexico, Mo., and was a^ent 
for the State of Kentucky for West Publishing Co, , publishers 
of law books. He married Mrs. Alberta Baker nee Strother, 
daughter of Prof. French Strother of Perry, Mo. 

They have two children : 

82 i. Hubert Pascal^ Warden, Jr., born at Mexico, Mo., 10 Oct., 1892. 

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ASHBY. 

Capt* John Ashbyof Revolutionary fame, was bom i April, 1740, 
in Fauquier County, died 181 5. Married Mary Turner of 
Maryland. She was bom 23 May, 1750. Capt. Ash by 
served under Washington in Virginia during the troubles 
with the Indians and during the war with England. He held 
commission under Continental Congress. He left a large 
property in land and slaves. 

They had ten children: 

i. Patsie Ashby, bom 5 Jaii.,'1770, married William Withers, 
ii. Dorothea Ashby, born 25 Jan., 1772, married Robert Jones, 
iii. Samnel Ashby, bom 17 Aug., 1773, married Martha Clarkson. 
iv. John Ashby, Jr., born 9 Sept,, 1775, married Sallie Smith. 
V. Nimrod Ashby, born 7 Oct., 1778, married Betsey Adams, 
vi. 'VilUam Ashby^ born 19 Dec., 1780, married Xrucy Strother. 
vii. Betsey Ashby, bom 10 Sept., 1782, married John Tutt. 
viii. Thomson Ashby, born 31 March, 1785, married Ann Stuart 
Menefee. 
ix. Turner Ashby, born 30 Aug., 1789, married Dorothea Green. 
X. Marshall Ashby, born 8 Nov., 1798, married Lucy Cocke. 



William Ashby^ son of Capt. John Ashby and Mary (Turner) 
Ashby, bom 19 Dec, 1780, married Lucy* Strother, daugh- 
ter of John^ (John*, Francis') Strother, 15 April, 1805. He 
died 25 , 1842, age 62. She died 5 Oct., i860, age 70. 

They had eleven children: 

i. Strother Ashby died young. 

ii. John Ashby, married Emily Buckner. 
iii. Helen Ashby died young, 
iv. William Ashby, married Sally Dickenson. 

V. Elizabeth Ashby, married David Meade Bernard, 
vi. Ann Ashby, married Col. Wm. F. Jones, 
vii. Martha Ashby, married Robert E. Meade, 
viii. Philip Ashby, died single, 
ix. Kate Ashby, married Richard Buckner. 

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From an old manuscript book written by Hugh Warden of 
Scx)tland, in 1782, in which he writes about his family and about 
a trip to America that he made in 1763, I copy a few facts about 
his family and his a^ccount of the origin of the name Warden. 
This book, together with the copy of the record of the old Bible, 
was loaned me by the courtesy of H. P. Warden of Danville, Ky. 

*'That part of Great Britain called Scotland is my native coun- 
try ; I was born on the 20th day of November (old style), 1745, 
in a Market-town called Alyth, fourteen Scottish miles north of 
Perth, the Shire-town. On the verge of the famous Grampian 
mountains, which, being guarded by their sons, the Romans 
attempted in vain to take, lay the seat of my youthful studies, my 
father being my school-master — he yet lives and conducts that 
seminary, his education was regularly classical, and being in- 
tended for the church he also went through his years of study in 
divinity — he is an acknowledged man of genius, but the warmth 
of his constitution led him to deeds disallowed by the clergy in 
that country, and he then became rector of the school of Alyth, 
the post his father had occupied. My mother is yet alive, my 
father's only wife ; she is of the Stewart family, and a lineal 
descendant from the Royal blood by an illegitimated youthful ex- 
ertion — her father was Laird of Ann^og> a spot of ground close 
by Dunkeld, and was Factor to the Duke of Athol at the time of 
his death. My mother is a woman of a geiiexx>us, brave mind, 
and has been a very careful manager of her household concerns. 
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that Sir William's heir, on the captivity of that hero, fearing the 
persecution of his enemies, shifted his place of abode and took the 
name of Warden from Sir William having been Warden of the 
Scotch marches — so that, to this account my father used always to 
add, his children should be brave blood. There were eight of us — 
four only arrived at the years of maturity, and there are but three 
now alive, viz : John, who was bred for the church, but is now 
an attorney at law in Virginia ; Grome, who is married to William 
Panton, Notary Public and land surveyor now living in Alyth, 
and Hugh, the author of these memoirs." 

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James' Warden, schoolmaster of Alyth, married Jeen Stewart of 
Amagog, 2othSept., 1739. . 

Children : 

2 i. Robert* Warden, born 2 Feb., 1741, Arnagog, godfather. 

3 ii. John* Warden, born 5 Oct., 1742, Lord Nairn, godfather. 

4 iii. Adam* Warden, born 24 March, 1744, Mr. Adam Warden, god- 

father. 

5 iv. Hugh* Warden, born 20 Nov., 1745, his uncle Hugh, godfather. 

6 V. Grome* Warden, born 15 April, 1749, Balgowan, godfather. 

7 vi. Elizabeth* Warden, born 29 April, 1750, Mrs. Stewart, god- 

mother. 

8 vii. Robert* Warden, born 13 Dec, 1751, Mr. Robert Man, god- 

father. 

9 viii. Janet* Warden, born 16 May, 1753, her aunt Janet, godmother. 

James' Warden died 27 Feb., 1796. His wife died 26 April, 
1795. 



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John^ Warden, the second son of James' and Jeen (Stewart) 
Warden of Scotland, born 5 Oct., 1742, came to America in 
early life, became a prominent lawyer, a good classical 
scholar, and had some generous qualities as an individual, but 
was classed among '* the tainted* ' during the Revolution, and 
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pendence and the Constitution of the United States, and took 
part in the Virginia conventions. He was a very shrewd lawyer 
and his pleadings were very fine productions. A story is told of 
him that he was at one time in contempt before the House 
of Delegates for speaking disrespectfully of the members 
who voted against a certain bill. He was called before the 
committee. The committee reported that "Warden had ap- 
peared before them and waiving the necessity of examining 
any witnesses as to the charges against him, delivered in the 
following acknowledgement signed with his name: 

*'I do acknowledge that, in a mistaken opinion that the 
House of Delegates had voted against the payment of British 
debts, agreeable to the treaty of peace between America and 
Great Britain, I said that, if it had done so, some of them 
had voted against paying for the coats on their backs. A 
. committee of the House judging this expression derog- 
atory to the honor and justice of the House, I am sorry for 
the offence I have given, and assure the committee that it 
never was my intention to affront the dignity of the House 
or insult any member of it. ' ' 

The House immediately resolved that the acknowledgment 
was satisfactory, and John Warden was discharged out of 
custody of the sergeant at arms. The above gave rise to the 
story that went the rounds at the time, viz : That John 
Warden was summoned before the House and made to beg 
pardon on his knees for insulting the members. This he did, 
as soon, however, as he arose from his knees, pretending to 
brush the dust from his knees, though really pointing his 
hands toward the House, he uttered audibly in broad Scotch, 
and evidently with a double meaning, "Upon my word a 
dommed dirty house it is, indeed." This could not have been 
true, as he did not appear before the House, only before a 
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1 784. This marriage and births of his children are recorded 
in the sessions books of the old parish in Greenock, Scotland, 
in 1796. 

Children: 

10 i. Hugh^ Warden, born 13 Oct., 1784, named after his father. 

11 ii. John^ Warden, bom 3 July, 1786, named after his uncle. 

12 iii. James^ Warden, born 20 March, 1793, named after his grand- 

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James^ "Warden^ son of Hugh* (fames') and Mary (Keef ) Warden, 
merchant, married Elizabeth Sedgwick, in Richmond, 5 
Jan., 1815. 

Children: 

13 i. John* Warden, born Oct., 18 15, named after his father's uncle. 

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John Allen' Warden was born at Bedford, England, 8 March, 
1808. Married Elizabeth Buck at St. Peter's Church, Bed- 
ford, by Rev. Philip Hunt, 21 May, 1831. 

To them were bom five children: 

2 i. William* Warden. 

3 ii. Margret" Warden. 

4 iii. John* Warden. 

5 iv. Anna* Warden. 

6 V. James* Warden. 

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William^ Warden, son of John Allen' and Elizabeth (Buck) War- 
den, born . Married Mary Prince. 

To them were born four children : 

7 i. Arthur^ Warden. 

8 ii. Anna^ Warden. 

9 iii. Alice^ Warden. 

10 iv. John^ Warden. 

Margret^ Warden, daughter of John Allen' and Elizabeth (Buck) 

Warden, bom . Married William McClelland of PittS' 

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John'' Warden^ son of John Allen' and Elizabeth (Buck) Warden, 
born . Married Katherine Hays. 

Children : 

12 i. William^ Warden. 

13 ii. Lillian^ Warden. 

14 iii. Elizabeth^ Warden. 



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Anna^ "Warden, daughter of John Allen' and Elizabeth (Buck) 

Warden, born . Married Henry Reinsledler at St. 

Louis, Mo. , he being a prominent citizen and holding the 
office of City Marshal of St. Louis. 

They had one child: 

15 i. Mary Elizabeth^ Reinsledler, born -, now wife of John H . 

Higden. They had two daughters. 



Jamcs^ Warden, son of John Allen' and Elizabeth (Buck) Warden, 
born . Married Louisa Morgan. 

To this couple were bom two children : 

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William' Warden, born in Scotland, 1769, married Jane Baxter 
at Edinburgh. Blacksmith by trade. He died in 1855. 

Children: 

2 i. Jane^ Warden, born in Edinburgh, died in Canada, 1882. 

3 ii. Maggie^ Warden, bom in Edinburgh, died in Australia. 

4 iii. Elizabeth^ Warden, born in Edinburgh, died in Edinburgh in 

1887. 

5 iv. Betsey^ Warden, born in Edinburgh. 

6 V. John* Warden, born in Edinburgh in 181 1, died in 1865. 

7 vi. William* Warden, born in Edinburgh, died 1870. He had two 

sons, names unknown. 

8 vii. George* Warden, born in Edinburgh, went to New Zealand, 

had a family of ten children, names unknown. 



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John^ Warden, son of William' and J^ne (Baxter) Warden, born 
in Edinburgh in 181 1. He died in Scotland in 1865. 
Was blacksmith by trade. Married Elizabeth Lyon at 
Edinburgh in 1830. 

Children : 

9 i. Jane^ Warden, born 1831, went to New Zealand 1870. 

10 ii. Elizabeth^ Warden, born 1833, married and went to Australia in 

1859. 

11 iii. Sarah ^ Warden, born 1843, lives in Hamilton, Canada; has five 

daughters. 

12 iv. William^ Warden, born 1835, went to Australia in 1859. 

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John^ Warden^ son of John* ( William^) and Elizabeth (Lyon) 
Warden, born in Scotland in 1845. He was a carpenter by 
trade, and married Ann Cruickshanks of Marsville, Canada, 
in 1873. 

Children: 

Agness* Warden, bom 1874. 

Kate* Warden, born 1875. 

Maggie* Warden, born 1876, died 1896. 

Mary* Warden, born 1883. 

Edith* Warden, born 1891. 

John William* Warden, born 1878, died 1881. 

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DAVIS FAMILY. 

HAVERHILL, MASS. 



James' Davis^ the pioneer of this branch of the Davis family was 
probably bom in Marlborough, Wiltshire County, England, 
about 1583-8. He came to this country with his wife and 
three sons and settled first at Newbury, Mass. He with 
twelve others, under the lead of Rev. John Ward, secured a 
grant from the government and settled what is now 
Haverhill ; they went there in 1640. Samuel Gile, who seven 
years later became his son-in-law, was among the twelve. 
They went about clearing the woods off and making a settle- 
ment. In 1642 they bought out the rights of the Indians to 
the land, and Thomas Davis, a brother of James, was one of 
the witnesses to the deed. This Thomas was a sawyer and 
came from Marlborough, England, soon after James did. 
James must have been a man of considerable wealth for those 
times, for in 1 643 he wsts one of three in the settlement that 
were worth over jC^oo, and in 1646 James Davis paid the 
largest tax. \yhen the town elected its first selectmen in 
1646 they were : James Davis, Thomas Davis, Thomas Hale, 
Henry Palmer and William White. In 1645 there were 
thirty-two land-holders in the town, and James Davis, James 

Note. James Davis Sr. and his son Ephraim signed a paper presented to Ipswich Court, 
February, 1658, against John Godfrey, accusing him of witchcraft. 

Note. In 1650 a law was passed that forbid any person whose estate did not exceed ^^200 
from wearing any gold or silver lace or buttons, silk hoods, ribbons or scarfs, under 
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Davis Jr. and John Davis were among them ; also John 
Eaton and Joseph Peasley, whose daughters married James 
Jr. and John Davis. The first meeting house was built in 
1646, and " Thomas Davis was given /^2> ^^ ground- pin and 
daub it. He to provide the stone and clay. ' ' In the second 
division of land, made in 1652, James Davis had 10 acres, 
James Davis Jr. 10 acres, John Davis 6 acres, Thomas Davis 
8 acres, John Eaton 10 acres. 

His wife was Cicely or Sissilla . His wife and three 

of the children must have come over with him, for James, 
John and Judith were bom before his arrival in this country. 
He died 29 Jan., 1678-9, and left a will which was proven in 
in 1680. His wife died 28 May, 1673, at Haverhill. 

Six children were bom to this couple : 

2 i. James* Davis, born in Marlborough, England, died in Haverhill 

1694. 

3 ii. John^ Davis, born in Marlborough, England, 1623, died in 1685. 

4 iii. Judith^ Davis, born in Marlborough, England, married in 1647 

to Samuel Gile of Haverhill ; he came to America in the 
"Ann," in 1636, settled in Dedham, then Haverhill. 

5 iv. Ephraim^ Davis, born , married Mary Johnson of Andover, 

31 Dec, 1659. 

6 V. Samuel^ Davis, born , married Deborah Barnes of Haverhill 

in December, 1663. 

7 vi. Sarah^ Davis, born , married John Page of Haverhill, son of 

John and Mary (Marsh) Page, 18 June, 1663. 

Jamcs^ Davis, son of James' and Cicely or Sissilla Davis, born in 
England, came to America with his parents, married i Dec, 
1648, to Elizabeth Eaton, the daughter of John Eaton, one of 
the first settlers of Haverhill and one of its selectmen. He 
was appointed by the Court in 1 647 to * ' lay out the way 
from Haverhill to Excetter." He was a land-holder in 1645. 
He was given more land in 1652. In 1667 he was appointed 
one of the committee to lay out boundary between Haverhill 
and other towns. In the division of land in 1 667 he received 
20 acres. He built a house previous to 1668. He took the 
oath of allegiance in 1677. His wife Elizabeth died 21 Jan., 

1683-4. He married for his second wife Mary . He 

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Ten children were bom to Elizabeth : 

8 i. Hannah^ Davis, born 19 June, 1650, died 8 July, 1650. 

9 ii. Esther^ Davis, born 9 Oct,, 1651, was living 1668. 

10 iii. Elizabeth^ Davis, born 11 March, 1653-4. Married Robert 

Hastings 31 Oct., 1676. 

11 iv. Anu^ Davis, born 13 Feb., 1655, married James Parker. Had 

seven children. 

12 V. Sarah^ Davis, born 5 Aug., 1658, married Thomas Litchfield 2 

May, 1693. 

13 vi. James^ Davis, bom 3 Oct.. 1660, married Sarah (v^idow of James 

Wiggin) 16 Aug., 1693. Three children. 

14 vii. John^ Davis, born 30 June, 1664, killed at Canada 1690. 

15 viii. DanieP Davis, born 19 Sept,, 1666, killed at Pemaquid, April, 

1689. 

16 ix. Elisha^ Davis, born 30 Aug., 1670. 

17 X. Constant^ Davis, born 9 March, 1673-4, married Joseph Barney. 



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John* Davis^ (called Ensign John) son of James' and Cicely or 
Sissilla Davis, born 1623 in England, came to America with 
his parents, died about 1685, will proved t686. Married 
Jane Peasley the daughter of Joseph and Mary (Johnson) 
Peasley of Newbury. (The Peasley s were also ancestors of 
John Greenleaf Whittier. ) The marriage took place 10 Dec. , 
1646. He moved to Dover in 1652. Was freeman in 1666. 
He married (2) Mary , who died 12 Jan., 1683-4. 

Children : 

18 i. Mary^ Davis, born 6 Nov., 1647. 

19 ii. Sarah^ Davis, born 7 March, 1648-9, married 1672 to James 

Smith ; was living in 1685. 

20 iii. John^ Davis, born 22 Aug., 1651, married Elizabeth Cilley about 

1683. Seven children. 

21 iv. Hannah^ Davis, born in Dover 24 Dec, 1653, married 28 Sept., 

1677, John Kezau orKeyzar; was living in 1685. 

22 V. Jane^ Davis, born 1655, died 1656. 

23 vi. Moses^ Davis, born in Dover 3 Dec, 1657, married 16 Jan., 1681, 

Ruhamah Dow. 

24 vii. Joseph^ Davis, born 26 Jan., j66o. 

25 viii. James^ Davis, (called Col. James) born 23 May, 1662, lived at 

. Oyster River, N. H., married Elizabeth Chesley in 1688, died 
in Dover 1749. 

26 ix. Jane^ Davis, born 15 May, 1664. 

27 X. Judith^ Davis, born , married 14 Dec, 1687, Samuel Emerson 

who was a brother of the heroic Hannah Dustin. 

28 xi. Jemima^ Davis, born . 

Note. Both John and Sarah owned land in Amesbury in 1672, given them by their 
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Ephraim' Davis^ son of James' and Cicely or Sissilla Davis, bom 
at Haverhill, married 31 Dec, 1659, Mary Johnson of Ando- 
ver ; took oath 1677 ; died 28 Sept., 1679. Widow Mary 
administratrix of the estate. 

Children: 

29 i. Ephraim' Davis, born , died 29 March, 1662. 

30 ii. Stephen' Davis, bom 15 July, 1663, married Mary Tucker, 23 

Dec, 1685. 

31 iii. Ephraim' Davis, bom 19 July, 1665 ; was in Canterbury, Conn., 

1717. Married Mary Ayers 19 March, 1687-8. 

32 iv. Mary' Davis, bom i March, 1666-7, married 18 Aug., 1685, Joseph 

Clarke. 

33 V. Thomas' Davis, bom 2 March, 1668-9, at Norwich, Conn., in 

1717 ; married Mary Sheppard, daughter of Samuel Shep- 

pard, 22 May, 1700. 
Jonathan' Davis, bom 8 May, 1671, died 7 Dec, 1690. 
Joanna' Davis, born 22 Sept., 1673, died 27 Sept., 1673. 
Susanna' Davis, born 28 Dec, 1674, was living 1679. 
Hannah' Davis, bom 15 February, 1676. 



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Samuel^ Davis, son of James* and Cicely or Sissilla Davis, bom 

J married 17 Dec, 1663, to Deborah Barnes, daughter 

of William Barnes of Haverhill. They were in Haverhill in 
1672. He took oath in 1677, died 10 Sept., 1696; wife 
died 14 Jan., 1718-19. 

They had ten children : 

38 i. Samuel' Davis, born 26 Jan.. 1666-7, married 20 April, 1699, to 
Katherine Hastings, daughter of Robert Hastings. 

Deborah' Davis, born 1667-8, died 25 Sept., 1669. 

Rachel' Davis, born 3 Aug., 1670. 

Joseph' Davis, bom 3 May, 1673, married 14 June, 1698, Jemmia 
Eastman, daughter of Nathaniel* (p.oger^) Eastman. 

42 V. William' Davis, born 20 Feb., 1674, married 31 Dec, 1700, Mary 

Kelley. 

43 vi. Rebecca' Davis, bom , married 5 Jan., 1696, Abiel Kelley, 

brother of Mary Kelley that married William Davis. 

44 vii. Ephraim' Davis, born 8 Nov., 1679, married 7 Feb., 1703, Han- 

nah Eastman, daughter of NathanieP ( Roger ^) Eastman. 

45 viii. Sarah' Davis, born 8 Nov., 1679, married 10 Jan., 1704, Nathaniel 

Eastman, son of NathanieP ( Roger ^) Eastman, making three 
of Davis family to marry three of the Eastman family. [Roger 
Eastman, the immigrant, came over in ship Confidence. ] 

46 ix. Amos' Davis, born 3 June, 1683, died 25 April, 1686. 

47 X. Mary' Davis, born 16 May, 1685. 



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Elizabeth^ Davis^ daughter of James^ (^James^ j) and Elizabeth 
(Eaton) Davis, born ii March, 1653-4. married 31 Oct., 
1676, Robert Hastings of Haverhill. She died 1720-21. 

Children: 

48 i. Katherine* Hastings, bom 8 Nov., 1677, married 20 April, 1699, 

Samuel Davis ; was living in 1 720. 

49 ii. Elizabeth* Hastings, born 3 Jan., 1679, married 18 Sept., 1699, 

Joseph^ Peasley, son of Joseph^ (Joseph^) Peasley. 

50 iii. Robert* Hastings, born 4 March, 1681-2, married 18 March, 1706, 

Elizabeth Bailey ; five children bom, 1708-19. 

51 iv. Ann* Hastings, bom 15 Oct., 1684, married Mr. Lippitt. 

52 V. George* Hastings, bom 24 April, 1688, died before 1720. 

Elisha^ DavfS^ son of James* (^/ames^) and Elizabeth (Eaton) 
Davis, born in Haverhill, 30 Aug., 1670, married Grace 
Shaw, 19 June, 1694, died 18 Jan., 1738-9; will proved 
1738-9. Wife died 1741. 

They had eight children : 

James* Davis, born 24 June, 1695. 

Daniel* Davis, born 21 Dec, 1697, married Esther Barney. 
Elizabeth* Davis, born 29 Feb., 1699-1700, married Caleb Dalton. 
Abigail* Davis, born 11 March, 1702-3, married Mr. Hubbard. 
Esther* Davis, born 31 Oct., 1706, married Mr. Ford. 
John* DaviSy born 13 March, 1708-9, married Sarah Barney. 
Susannah* Davis, married John Black. 

Moses* Davis, married Hannah Bailey, daughter of James 
Bailey. 

Constant^ DaviSt daughter of James* {James"^ ) and Elizabeth 
(Eaton) Davis, bom 9 March, 1673-4, married Joseph Bar- 
ney of Rehoboth. 

Children: 

Elizabeth* Barney, born 17 Jan., 1693. 
Daniel* Barney, born 20 Nov., 1677. 
Joseph* Barney, bom 16 Oct., 1700. 
John* Barney, bom 2 April, 1703. 
Ann* Barney, born 3 April, 1705. 

Ester* Barney, born 20 March, 1706-7, married Daniel Davis. 
Sarah* Barney, born 29 April, 17 10, married John Davis. 
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Mary^ Davis^ daughter of John* {^James^ ) and Jane (Peasley) 
Davis, bom 6 Nov., 1647, married 1671 Josiah* (Barthol*) 
Heath. Took oath 1669. Married (2) 17 13 Martha Kim- 
ball, widow of Daniel Chase. 

Children: 

69 i. Mary* Heath, born 8 May, 1672, married Aaron Cops, 1698. 

70 ii. Josiah* Heath, born 4 March, 1673, married Hannah Starling 

April, 1694. They had six children. 

71 iii. John* Heath, born 29 March, 1676, married 16 Dec, 1697, Han- 

nah Haines. They had thirteen children, 1699-1717. 

72 iv. Jane* Heath, born 9 May, 1678, married Joseph K el ley. 

73 V. Deborah* Heath, bom 26 Dec, 1680. 

74 vi. James* Heath, born 25 March, 1683, married ( i ) Mary Bradley ; 

five children. (2). Widow Dinah Muel, one child. 

75 vii. Sarah* Heath, born 17 June, 1685. 

76 viii. Hannah* Heath, born 12 Dec, 1&8. 

77 ix. Judith* Heath, born 9 Dec, 1691. 



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Moses^ DavfS^ son of John^ {James^ ) and Jane (Peasley) Davis, 
born 3 Dec, 1657, married at Haverhill, Mass., 16 Jan., 
1 68 1, Ruhamah Dow; took oath 1677. Removed to Dover 
1786. Was killed by Indians 1724. 

Children: 

78 i. John* Davis, born 4 Jan., 1682. 

79 ii. Moses* Davis, born 2 Nov., 1684. Killed by Indians at same 

time his father was. 

80 iii. Jabez* Davis, born in Dover. 

81 iv. Ebenezer* Davis, born 10 June, 1702, at Dover. 



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Stephen^ Davis, son of Ephraim* {James^ ) and Mary (Johnson) 
Davis, born in Haverhill, 1663, married Mary Tucker, 23 
Dec, 1685. Will proved 5 May, 1719. 

They had ten children : 

82 i. Judith* Davis, born 23 July, 1687. 

83 ii. Ebenezer* Davis, born 3 Nov., 1689. 

84 iii. Jonathan* Davis, born 16 Dec, 1691. 

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86 V. Jemima* Davis, born 30 Oct., 1697, married 19 Nov., 1718, Ed- 

ward^ Ayers, son of SamueP(Johu*) Ayers. 

87 vi. Phebe* Davis, born 16 Jan., 1699. 

88 vii. Jabez* Davis, born 24 Feb., 1701. 

89 viii. Gideon* Davis, born Jan. 2, 1704. 

90 ix. Dinah* Davis, born 24 March, 1706. 

91 X. Priscilla* Davis, born 15 Sept., 171 1. All the children were 

living in 1719. 



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Joseph^ Davis, son of Samuel* {James^) and Deborah (Barnes) 
Davis, born at Amesbury, Mass., 1673, married 11 Jan., 
1698, Jemima Eastman. Died 1755. Left will. 

They had six children : 

92 i. Nathaniel* Davis, born 12 Sept., 1699. 

93 ii. Joseph* Davis, born 23 Feb., 1701-2; had sons Joseph and Wil- 

liam living in 1744. 

94 iii. Jemima* Davis, bom 25 Jan., 1705-6, in Amesbury, married 12 

April, 1726, Abner Whittier, son of John^ (Thomas*) Whittier. 
He was born in 1695 and married (2) 1754, Sarah Foot. 

95 iv. Rebecca* Davis, born 20 May, 1708. 

96 V. Elizabeth* Davis, born 25 Sept., 171 1, married Mr. Colby. 

97 vi. Samuel* Davis, born 27 April, 17 14. 



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William^ Davis, son of Samuel^ {James^) and Deborah (Barnes) 
Davis, born 1675. Was yeoman at Haverhill, Mass. ; married 
31 Dec, 1700, Mary Kelley ; he died 11 Sept., 1753 ; v^^he 
died 5 Dec, 1747. 

Children : 

98 i. Mary* Davis, born 29 Nov., 1701, died 14 Feb., 1701-2. 

99 ii. Mary* Davis, born 28 March, 1703, died 6 Jan., 1709-10. 

100 iii. Deborah* Davis, born 30 Nov , 1705. Married Henry Williams 

of Amesbury; was living 1746. 
loi iv. Abigail* Davis, born 20 June, 1708, married Samuel Sargent; 

she died before 1746. 

102 V. Mary* Davis, born 10 April, 171 1, died 19 Dec, 1718. 

103 vi. Sarah* Davis, born 4 June, 1714, married Isaac* Colbj, 1734, son 

of Anthony^ (Isaac^ Anthony*) Colby. He married Hannah 
Colby for second wife. 

104 vii. William* Davis, born 23 Nov., 1719, died 27 June, 1720. 

105 viii. Judith* Davis, born 12 , 1721-22, married 2 Dec, 1740, Ezra 

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Rebecca^ Dayis^ sixth child of Samuel* (James^) and Deborah 
(Barnes) Davis, married 5 Jan., 1696, to AbieP (John*, 
John') Kelley of Newbury. She died 1727. 

Children: 

106 i. Richard* Kelley, born 24 Oct., 1697, married Susannah Hoyt, 

1721. 

107 ii. Sarah* Kelley, born 14 Aug., 1699-1700. 

108 iii. Mary* Kelley, bom 1702, died 1706. 

109 iv. Rebecca* Kelley, born Sept., 1705, married 1724 Daniel Peasley. 
no V. Abiel* Kelley, born 19 Feb., 1707, married 3 June, 1728, Ruth 

Peasley. 

111 vi. Mary* Kelley, bom 27 May, 1709, married 29 April, 1731, John 

Hackett. 

112 vii. Abigail* Kelley, born 16 March, 1712, married 20 June, 1736, 

David Dow. 

113 viii. Hannah* Kelley, born 14 March, 1714, married 14 Nov., 1732, 

John Lowell. 

f IX. Mehitable* Kelley, bom 18 Aug., 1716, married Peter 
ii4YwitiQj Merrill. 

115 ^^*°^ I X. Ruth* Kelley, born 18 Aug., 1716, married Edwin 

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Ephraim^ Davis^ son of Samuel* {James^) and Deborah (Barnes) 
Davis, born in Haverhill, 8 Nov., 1679, married 7 Feb., 
1705, Hannah Eastman, the daughter of Nathaniel* (Roger') 
Eastman of Haverhill, Mass. Roger' came over in the 
** Confidence. '* 

Children: 

116 i. Sarah* Davis, born 16 Jan., 1706-7. 

117 ii. Ephraim* Davis, born 7 Oct., 1710. 

118 iii. Benjamin* Davis, born 10 Sept., 1713, died December, 1713. 

119 iv. Hannah* Davis, born 13 July, 1715, married Richard Colby, son 

of Anthony^ (Isaac^ Anthony') Colby. He was born in 
1709-10. They had a daughter, Mary, who married James 
Cheney and had six children. 

120 v. Benjamin* Davis, born 12 April, 1718. 

121 vi. John* Davis, born 29 Sept., 1720. 

122 vii. Elizabeth* Davis, born 13 March, 1723-4. 

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Daniel Davis, son of Elisha^ {/antes*, James^ ) and Grace (Shaw) 
Davis, was bom in Haverhill, 2 Dec, 1697. Married Esther 
Barney, daughter of Joseph and Constance (Davis) Barney 
of Rehoboth. Marriage published 22 April, J 729. They 
were cousins, her mother, Constance^, being sister to Elisha^ 
Davis. 

Four children were bom to this couple: 

124 i. Constance^ Davis, born 12 Nov., 1731. 

125 ii. Abigail^ Davis. 

126 iii. DanieP Davis, born 9 Sept., 1736. 

127 iv. Elizabeth* Davis, born 20 Jan., 1743-4, died July, 1746. 

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John'* Davis^ son of Elisha^ {James*, James"^ ) and Grace (Shaw) 
Davis, born in Haverhill, 13 March, 1708-9, married 30 June, 
in 1732, by Rev. John Coomer, Sarah Barney, daughter of 
Joseph^, Jacob^ and Constance^ (Davis) Barney of Rehoboth. 
She was born at Rehoboth, 29 April, 17 10. They were cou- 
sins, her mother being a sister to Elisha^ Davis. Her sister, 
Esther Barney, married Daniel Davis, a brother of her hus- 
band, in 1729. John^ Davis had red hair and blue eyes ; his 
wife, black eyes and dark hair. His family lived in Haver- 
hill until about 1750. The first six children were born 
there, the seventh, however (Joseph), was born in Rehoboth, 
so that he and the family moved there between 1 746 and 
1750. Their sons, John, Barney and Joseph all married 
Rehoboth women. He died July, 1781. 

Seven children were bom to this couple ; 

128 i. Barney* Davis, born 18 Aug., 1733, married Catherine Wilcox ; 

married (2) Anna Bullock; he died 3 April, 1822. 

129 ii. John* Davis^ born 4 Jan., 1734-5, married Joanna Hix, 1760. 

130 iii. Anna* Davis, born 31 Aug., 1738, married Benj. Fisher of 

Wrentham, 13 Dec, 1775. 

131 iv. Mary* Davis, born 3 April, 1742; never married. 

132 v. Sarah* Davis, born 28 Aug., 1744, married (i) 1764, Capt. Nathan 

Pierce, Jr. , son of Nathan and Lydia ( Martin ) Pierce ; he 
was a soldier in the Revolutionary war; died 1796; married 
(2) Mr. Harrington. 

133 vi. James* Davis, born 9 Feb., 1746-7, married Amy Haskings 29 

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Deborah'* Davis^ daughter of William^ {Samuel^ ^ James^) aud 
Mary (Kelley) Davis, born 30 Nov. , 1705, married Henry ^ 
Williams, son of Thomas' ' Williams of Newbury (he was 
born 1692, died before 175 1), 5 Dec, 1726. 

They had eight children : 

Mary* Williams, born 27 Jan., 1727-8. 
AbigaiP Williams, born 7 Jan., 1729, married Mr. Colby. 
Thomas* Williams, born 18 Nov., 1832, married Dorothy Tux- 
bury. 

138 iv. William* Williams, born t8 Nov., 1732, married 22 July, 1760, 

Lydia Hoyt. He was a lieutenant at Crown Point in French 
and Indian war; he was also in Revolutionary war. 

139 V. Henry* Williams, born 30 Dec., 1734, died 20 Dec., 1758. He 

served in French and Indian war. 

140 vi. Judith* Williams, born 13 May, 1739. 

141 vii. Sarah* Williams, born 21 Nov., 1742. 

142 viii. Hannah* Williams, born 2 Sept., 1746. 

Abigfail'* Davis, daughter of William^ (^Samuel^ , James^) and Mary 
(Kelley) Davis, born 20 June, 1708, married Samuel^ Sar- 
gent, son of Charles^ (William*, William') Sargent, 1725. 
She died before 1746. 

Children: 

William* Sargent, born 11 Oct., 1727. 
Abigail* Sargent, born 14 April, 1730. 
Mary* Sargent, born 16 April, 1734. 

Nehemiah* Sargent, born 1736, married 26 Sept., 1759 to Mary 
Hoyt. 

Samuel* Sargent, born 

Miriam* Sargent, born 15 Sept., 1744. 

Barney^ Davis, son of John^ {Elisha^, James^yjames^) and Sarah 
(Barney) Davis, born 18 Aug., 1733, died 1822. Married (i) 
Catherine Wilcox, she died 1773. Married (2) Anna Bul- 
lock, 12 Aug., 1775. 

Children : 

149 i. Mary^ Davis, born i April, 1770. 

150 ii. Barney** Davis, Jr., born 27 March, 1773, died 9 July, 1774. 



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John^ Davis, the sou of John^^ {Elisha^, Jaines^, James\) and 
Sarah (Barney) Davis, was born in Haverhill, Mass., 4 Jan., 
1734-5. He was a farmer and lived in Rehoboth after 1750. 
He married at Rehoboth. by Rev. Elder Richard Round, 4 
Sept., 1760, Joanna Hicks (Hix), who was the daughter of 
Benjamin and Anna (Ormsbee) Hix of Rehoboth. They 
lived there until 1778, when they moved to Royalston, Mass., 
upon a 200-acre farm which they bought of James Otis of 
Barnstable, one of the original proprietors of Royalston, for 
;^240. Here they spent the remainder of their lives. He 
served in the Revolutionary war. 

Revoi^utionarv Record of John^ Davis, 
Vol. 4, Page 505. 

"John Davis of Rehoboth, 2nd Lieut. Capt. Sylvanus Martin' s company , 
Col. Thos. Carpenter's (ist Bristol company) regiment, ordered in 
council March 28, 1776, that Commission be issued. Report com- 
missioned March 27, 1776. Also 2nd Lieut, in list of officers who 
marched to join regiment, as returned by Col. Ebenezer Frances, en- 
dorsed 'Dorchester Rights,' Oct., 1776. Said Davis marched Aug. 12, 
1776; also^ 2nd Lieut. Capt. Isaac Hodges company, Col. Frances' 
regiment return of officers to be commissioned, dated Sept. 23, 1776. 
Company made up from Col. Carpenter's and Col. Daggett's regiments. 
Ordered in council Sept. 26, 1776, that commission be issued. Also same 
company, services from Aug. 12. 1776, to Oct. i, 1776. Also, receipt for wages, 
Aug. 12, 1776, to Oct. I, 1776, dated Dorchester. Also 2nd Lieut. Capt. 
Hodges' company. Col. Frances' regiment, list of officers recommended 
for commission, dated Dorchester Hights, Oct. 18, 1776. Ordered in 
council, Oct. 22, 1776, that commission be issued. Also Lieut, same 
company and regiment, receipt for wages for October and November, 1776, 
dated Dorchester. Also same company and regiment, payroll for travel, 
&c., Nov. 29, 1776. Also 1st Lieut. Capt. James Hill's company. Col. 
John Daggett's regiment, list dated Taunton, Dec. 20, 1776, of officers 
raised in Bristol County, returned Jan. i, 1777, as stationed at or near 
Rowland's Ferry, for defence of Rhode Island, on the alarm, Dec. 8, 

Note.— Anna Ormsbee, (the mother of Joanna Hicks), bom 1713. She was the daughter 
of Jeremiah and Mehittabell (Willmarth) Ormsbee. Mehittabell Willmarth, born 
1680, was the daughter of Thomas and Mary (Robenson) Wilmot (Willmarth). 
Mary Robenson, bom 1652, was the daughter of George and Joanna (Ingraham) 
Robenson. The Robensons, Wilmots and Ingrahams wer^ among the first settlers 
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1776. Also ist Lieut. Capt. James Hill's company, Col. John Daggett's 
regiment, services from Dec. 28, 1776, three months at Bristol. Also 
petition dated Rehoboth, June 9, 1777, signed by Col. Thomas Carpenter, 
asking that Noah Allen be commissioned as 2nd Lieut, in Capt. Sylvanus 
Martin's (2nd Rehoboth) company, Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment, 
in place of said John Davis, who has 'moved off into the country.' " 

He had 2cx) acres of land given him by the government for 
services in Revolutionary war. John^ Davis died 1794. His 
will mentions wife Joanna and eleven children. His wife 
was made executrix, bond ;^30oo. The farm was valued at 
;^5oo. The wife was to have the income of the farm as long 
as she lived and remained unmarried. The girls to have the 
furniture at decease of mother, and Joanna, being sickly, to 
have a home and comfortable support. The children to have 
as follows: Squier Davis to have ;^24, John Davis to have 
;^24, Sylvester Davis 12 shillings, Joanna Davis to have ;^i5 
when she is 21 years old or married, Anna Davis to have 
;^ 1 5 when she is 21 years old or married, Joseph, Asahel, 
Benjamin, Barney and Daniel to have all the remainder. 

They had thirteen children: 

Squier^ Davis, born 21 July, 1762, died 6 Aug., 1854. 
John** Davist born 13 April, 1763, died 25 July, 1846. 
Sylvester^ Davis, born 21 Oct., 1764, died 20 Aug., 1813. age 48 
years; served in Revolutionary war from Royalston. 
_. . Sarah^ Davis, born 4 Nov., 1766, died April, 1853. 
V. Susanna^ Davis, born 18 July, 1768, died April, 1770. 
vi. Joanna* Davis, born 17 Feb., 1770, died Jan., 1838; married 
William Weeks of Richmond, 12 Dec, 1815. 
Joseph* Davis, born 18 Oct., 1771, died 29 May, 1839. 
Benjamin* Davis, born 9 Feb., 1773, died 1777, age 4 years. 
Asahel* Davis, born 19 Feb., 1775, died 1859. 
Anna* Davis, born 12 Oct., 1776, died 1858. 
Benjamin* Davis, born 25 Dec, 1778, married Precilly Davis. 
Barney* Davis, born 24 Sept., 1780, married Susan Thurston. 
163 xiii. Daniel* Davis, born 21 Oct., 1782, died 26 May, 1820, age 37 
years. 



Jamcs^ Davis, son of John^ {Elisha^, Jantes^, James^) and Sarah 
(Barney) Davis, born 26 Feb., 1750, married Amy Haskins, 
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Children : 

James* Davis, born 18 May, 1776. 
Joanna* Davis, born 10 Nov., 1777. 
John* Davis, born 29 Nov., 1779. 
Hannah* Davis, born 1780. died i860. 
Daniel* Davis, born 8 Nov., 1781. 
Barney* Davis, born 22 July, 1783. 
Blisha* Davis, born 23 Feb., 1785. 
Samuel* Diavis, born 11 March, 1787. 



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Joseph^ DavfS^ son of John^ {Elisha^, James^, James^) and Sarah 
(Barney) Davis, born May, 1750, married Sarah Baker, 12 
April, 1772. 

Children: 

172 i. Joseph* Davis, born 24 Aug., 1772, died 1775. 

173 ii. Bette* Davis, bom 5 Nov., 1774. Married (i) Ezekiel Smith, 

1825; (2) Benjamm Cooper. 

174 iii. Joseph* Davis, born 22 June, 1780. 

175 iv. Nathaniel Baker* Davis, born 9 Feb., 1783, died 1866. Married 

Nancy Peirce, i Feb., 1817. 

176 V. Barney* Davis, born 9 Jan., 1787. 

177 vi. Rufus* Davis, born 12 May, 1790, died 1874. Married Deborah 

Hodges of Norton, Mass. 

178 vii. John* Davis, born 30 Sept., 1793. Married (i) Polly Horton ; 

(2) Cynthia Rounds, 1826. 



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Mary^ Davis, daughter of Barney^ {Joh7i^, Elisha^.James^yJames^) 
and Catharine (Wilcox) Davis, born i April, 1770, died in 
Swanzea, Mass., 4 Dec, 1858, age 88 years, 8 months. 
Married Johns Chase, son of Caleb-^ (Philips William', 
William') and Mary (Manchester) Chase, 29 Nov., 1787. 
He was bom 5 Feb., 1766, died 1827. 

Children : 

179 i. Auna^ Chase, born 27 Dec., 1788, died 28 Feb,, 1869. Married 

James Bos worth. 

180 ii. Johu^ Chase, Jr., born 29 July, 1794, married Deborah Pitts. 

181 iii. Comfort' Chase, born 13 Feb., 1791, died 27 Feb., 1856. Married 

Clothier Peirce, son of David, 19 Dec, 1816. 

182 iv. Mary Davis' Chase, born 20 Nov., 1801, died 1837, married 

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183 V. Catherine Wilcox' Chase, born 3 Sept., 1796, died 1877. Married 

William Manchester of Dijjhton, 2 May 1824. 

184 vi. Nathan' Chase, born 30 March, 1799, died 1866. Married 

Lovica Pitts of Dighton, 1824. 

185 vii. Barney Davis' Chase, born 17 Feb., 1804, died 1859. Married 

Lydia G. Peirce, 1827. 

186 viii. Wesley' Chase, born 7 May, 1806, died 1868. Married Lydia B. 

Pitts of Dighton, 1827. 

187 ix. Sarah Barney' Chase, born 25 June, 1808, died 1891. Married 

Henry Pitts of Dighton (brother of Lovica and Lydia), 1834. 

188 X. Clarissa G.' Chase, born 31 Dec, 181 1, died 1893. Married (i) 

Samuel Barry: (2) Alonzo L. Cory. 

189 xi. Amanda Mason' Chase, born 5 Jan., 1816, in Swansea, Mass., 

died in New Bedford, 3 April, 1893. Married James Luther 
Peirce, son of Obadiah and Susanna (Luther) Peirce of 
Somerset, Mass., 26 April, 1835. They had seven children. 



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Squiet^ Davis, son of Johns (fokn^, Elisha^^ James^ ^ James^) and 
Joanna (Hix) Davis, was bom at Rehoboth, 21 July, 1762. 
He remained there after the family moved to Royalston, 
about 1778, living with his grandfather, John. He served 
in the Revolutionary war. 

Revolutionary Record of Squier^ Davis, 
Vol. 4, Page 543, Massachusetts Records of Revolution. 

**Squier Davis of Royalston, private Capt. Ephraim Stearns' company. 
Col. Ezra Wood's regiment, enlisted May 27, 1778, discharged Jan. 31, 

1779, 8 months, 15 days, travel included. Company raised for defence of 
North river. Also Ephraim Stearns' company. Col. John Rand's 
(Worcester County) Regiment, enlisted July 9, 1780, discharged Oct. 11, 

1780, 3 months, 14 days, travel included. Company raised for three 
months. Also same company and regiment. Order for wages 3 months' 
service. Dated Royalston, Sept. 17, 1781." 

The town paid him 600 silver dollars for his services. 
He was afterwards a pensioner of the United States in the 
sum of $46.66 per year. Pension dated 6 Sept., 1832. He 
died in 1854. He was representative to the General Court 
in 1823. He was a farmer and was a man of considerable 
importance in his vicinity, and owned a large amount of land 
at different times. He acted as executor and administrator 
of several estate?. He married Althear Bullock, daughter of 
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at Royalston. She was born 1763, and died suddenly 13 
July, 1 813, aged 50 years. 

To them were born seven children: 

J90 i. Prudence^ Davis, born 20 May, 1787, married Jacob Parker, 23 
March, 1814. 

191 ii. Cephas^ Davis, born 15 July, 1788, died 18 Nov., 1813. 

192 iii. John^ Davis, born i Dec, 1789, married Polly Cook, 11 Feb., 

1816. 

193 iv. Joseph^ Davis, born 18 July, 1792. 

194 V. Althear^ Davis, born 19 June, 1794. 

195 vi. Benjamin^ Davis, born 2 July, 1800. 

196 vii. Olive^ Davis, born 6 Sept., 1803, married Adriel White, 16 Jan., 

1826. 



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John^ Davis, second son of John^ {Jokn^, Elisha}, James ,^ Ja7nes^) 
and Joanna (Hix) Davis, born at Rehoboth, 13 April, 1763, 
died 1846. He lived with his parents at Rehoboth until 
1778, when they all removed to Royalston, Mass. Served in 
the Revolutionary war, although at the time he was only 
between sixteen and seventeen years of age. 

Revolutionary Record of John** Davis, 
Vol. 4, Page 505, Massachusetts Records of Revolution. 

"John Davis of Royalston, Mass., in list of men mustered by Thomas 
Newhall, muster master for Worcester County, to serve at Rhode Island 
until Jan. i, 1780. Capt. Woodbury's company, Col. Grout's Regiment, 
mustered July 6, 1779, engaged for town of Royalston ; also private Capt. 
Thomas Fish's company. Col. Nathan Tyler's Regiment, enlisted June 
28, 1779. Service to Dec. i, 1779, 5 months, 3 days, at Rhode Island. 
Also same company and regiment, payroll for December, 1779. dis- 
charged Dec. 17, 1779, service 22 days at Rhode Island. Also same 
company and regiment, payroll for December, allowing i month and 5 
days for service at Rhode Island." 

He was granted a pension 10 Oct., 1833, and at his death, his 
widow, Lucy (Dexter) Davis, was granted one as his widow. 
He was a farmer by occupation, and married Loranna Perry, 
a lady from New Salem, in 1792. She was the daughter of 
John and Mary (Brayton) Perry. She was born 14 March, 
1 761. Shortly after marriage they removed to New Hamp- 
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Children: 

197 i. Joanna^ Davis, born in New Hampshire, 20 April, 1793, died 16 

Oct., 1798. 

198 ii. Loranna^ Davis, born in New Hampshire, 5 May, 1795, died 15 

Feb., 1857. 

199 iii. Melinda^ Davis, bom in New Hampshire, 16 Sept., 1797, died 

2 November, 1881. 
r iv. Mary^ Davis, born in New Hampshire, 28 Feb., 1800, 

200 T^-ing I died 2 Nov., 1892. 

201 1 V. Joanna^ Davis, born in New Hampshire, 28 Feb., 1800, 
[ died 21 March, 1887. 

Loranna, the wife, died 3 March, 1800. 




LUCY (dexter) DAVIS. 

John^ moved back to Royalston some time after the death of 
his wife, and in August, 1806, he married Lucy Dexter 
of Orange, Mass. She was a Quakeress and the daughter 
of Benjamin and Hannah (Stone) Dexter, born 24 Dec, 
1777, died 18 Jan., 1867. Some time after this marriage he 
bought a part of the Dexter farm and went there to live. 
The old house has gone but the cut shows one in which they 
lived many years. 

Note.— A sister of I^ucy's, Betsey by name, married Zacheus Wheeler, and their son, 
Wilson Wheeler, married Catherine Warden, the sister of John Warden, who mar- 
ried Narcissa Davis, the daughter of I,ucy, so that the Warden family and Davis 
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DAVIS HOMESTEAD, Orange, Mass. 

John Davis' WiIvI., Probated 29 Aprii., 1846. Sylvester Davis, 
Executor. Bond I1500. 

1st. Left his wife all the personal property, valued at $152, and a 
comfortable support as long as she remains a widow. If she marries 
then she is to have I50 per year during her life. 

2d. Ivoranna, wife of Aseph Merriam, Meliuda, wife of Joel Johnson, 
Mary, wife of Josiah Howe, Joanna, wife of Stephen Howard, Narcissa, 
wife of John Warden, Lucy Ann Barber (widow), and my sons, Dexter, 
Norris and Daniel have all had advancements paid them. 

3d. I give to my son, Sylvester Davis, all my real estate, consisting of 
the home farm, etc., valued at I1250, provided he provide for the support 
of his mother. 

They had six children : 

Dexter^ Davis, born 11 Nov., 1807, died i June, 1857. 
Norris^ Davis, 17 Oct., 1810, died i July, 1872. 
Narcissa^ Davis^ born 30 Nov., 1812, died 14 Oct., 1891. 
DanieF Davis, born 21 January, 1816, died 20 March, 1900. 
Lucy Ann^ Davis, born 21 Dec, 1818, died 4 May, 1900. 
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Sarah^ Davis^ daughter of Johii^ {Johnny Elisha^, James^, James^) 
and Joanna (Hix) Davis, born 4 Nov., 1766. Married 
Deacon Simeon Jacobs, a widower with six children, 8 Dec, 
1792. She died 1853. 

They had three children: 

208 i. Sarah^ Jacobs, born 25 Feb., 1794. 

209 ii. Davis^ Jacobs, born 15 Feb., 1796. 

210 iii. Julia^ Jacobs, born 26 Nov., 1797. 



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Joseph^ Davis, son of Johns ( foJm^, Elisha^, James^, James^) 
and Joanna (Hix) Davis, born at Rehoboth, 18 Oct., 1771, 
removed to Royalston 1778. Married Sophia White, March, 
1795. He was a blacksmith and farmer by occupation. 
He died in 1839, left a will giving each daughter $50, Alvin 
$200, and Jarvis the real estate. His wife was executrix. 
She died i860 at Royalston, Mass. 

Children : 

211 i. Clarissa^ Davis, born 11 March, 1796, died 1866. 

212 ii. Jarvis^ Davis, born 3 Dec, 1798, aied 1876. 

213 iii. Alvin^ Davis, born 7 Oct., iSioi, married Mehitable Berry. 

214 iv. Lorenzo^ Davis, born 16 Oct., 1803. 

215 v. Lorina^ Davis, born 7 April, 1806. 

216 vi. Czarina^ Davis, born 7 Aug., 1808. 

217 vii. Cemantha^ Davis, born 30 Dec, 1812. 

218 viii. Feronda^ Davis, born 26 March, 1819, died 1838; never married. 



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Joanna (Hix) Davis, born at Rehoboth, 19 Feb., 1775, 
moved to Royalston, Mass., with his folks, 1778. Was a 
blacksmith and farmer. Married Deborah Mason of Roy- 
alston, 13 Sept., 1798. He owned land in Royalston and 
Orange. He died 26 July, 1859, aged 83, and left a will. 
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They had nine children : 

2x9 i. Cyrus^ Davis, born in Royalston, 15 Oct., 1799, married Dulcena 
Gale, 21 Feb., 1828, died at Royalston iu 1867. 

220 ii. El isha^ Davis, born in Royalston, 30 May, 1801, married (i) 

Hannah Peck, i June, 1829, and (2) Sarah Morse. He died 
in Roxbury iu 1879. 

221 iii. AnsiF Davis, born iu Royalston, 19 July, 1803. Married (i) 

Lucretia Johnson ; (2) Caroline Dudley. He died in Warwick 
in 1858. 

222 iv. Hannah^ Davis, born in Royalston, 30 March, 1805, married ( i ) 

Oliver M. Fisher; (2) Jonathan Wheeler. She died in Athol 
in 1858. 

Louisa^ Davis, born in Royalstou, 11 March, 1807. Married 15 
Jan., 1834, Elbridge Boyden, died in Worcester, 1888. 

DanieF Davis, born in Royalston, 4 Feb., 1809. Married Lu- 
rinda W. Stratton; now living at Royalston, in 91st year of 
his age. 

Polly M.^ Davis, born in Royalston, 28 July, 1812, married 23 
May, 1836, Chester Bancroft, son of Chester and Clara 
(Garfield) Bancroft of Royalston. He was born 1808, died in 
Worcester, 16 Oct., 1885. She died in Worcester 23 June, 
1893, aged 80 years, 10 months, and 25 days. 

Hosea^ Davis, born in Royalston, 21 June, 1816. Married (i) 
Cynthy Marks ; (2) Abby Stevens. He died at Littleton, 111., 
in 1885. 

Caleb^ Davis, born in Royalston, 13 April, 1818. Married 
Harriet Simmonds. At death of his father he had the farm- 
ing tools and the blacksmith tools. He died in Denver, Col. 

i60. 

Anna^ Davis, daughter of Johns (^John^, Elisha^ , James^ , James') 
and Joanna (Hix) Davis, born 12 Oct. , 1776, at Rehoboih. 
Married Henry Goddard of Royalston, 22 Feb., 1802. She 
died 20 Aug., 1858, aged 81. 

Children: 

228 i. Mahola^ Goddard, born 16 Jan., 1803. 

229 ii. Josiah^ Goddard, born 6 April, 1805. 

230 iii. Davis^ Goddard, born 6 March, 1807. Married Clarissa Ward, 

1833, died 20 Jan., 1890; no children. 

231 'T^ijjg / iv. Amanda^ Goddard, born 11 Jan., 1809 

232 \ V. Ann a^ Goddard, born 11 Jan., 1809, married Asa Conant. 

233 vi. Susanna^ Goddard, born 22 March, 1811, died 1817. 

234 vii. Sanford^ Goddard, born 11 March, 1813. 

Benjamin^ Davis, son of Johns (^John^, FJisha^, Jajnes^, James^) 
and Joanna (Hix) Davis, born 25 Dec, 1778. Married 
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Children : 

235 i. Edwin' Davis, bom 25 Nov., 1804. 

236 ii. Abycenia' Davis, bom 24 Feb., 1806. 

237 iii. Sylvester' Davis, bom 4 Nov., 1808. 

238 iv. Maria' Davis, bom 16 Oct., 18 10. 

239 V. Diantha' Davis, bom 27 Nov., 1812. 

240 vi. Joanna' Davis. 

241 vii. Alonzo' Davis. 

242 viii. Harlan' Davis. 

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Barney^ Davis, son of Johns {^John^, Elisha^ , James^ , James^) and 
Joanna (Hix) Davis, born 24 Sept., 1780. Married 
Susanna Thurston of Royalston, 15 Dec, 1808. 

Children : 

243 i. Susanna Elvira' Davis, bom 17 Dec, 1809. 

244 ii. Levi Thurston' Davis, born 17 April, 181 1. 

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Joseph^ Davis, son of Josephs {Johnny Elisha^ y James^ , James^) and 
Sarah (Baker) Davis, born 28 June, 1780, died ^1854. 
Married (i) Betsey Horton ; (2) Roby (Randall) Tift. 

Children : 

245 i. Hiram' Davis, born 18 May, 1806. Married Lavinia Pettis, 5 

Dec, 1833. 

246 ii. John Adams' Davis, born 18 July, 1808. Married (i) Melinda 

Baker, 1832; (2) Caroline F. Caldwell, widow, [daughter of 
Nathan Chase.] 

247 iii. Elbridge G.' Davis, born 7 May, 1811. Married Susan Barker. 

248 iv. Henry N.' Davis, bom 18 June, 1813. Married Sophia Handy. 

249 V. Solomon T.' Davis, born 3 July, 1815. Married Maria Barker. 

250 vi. Edmund E.' Davis, born 12 Oct., 181 7. Married Mary M. 

Baker, 1843, oi Rehoboth. 

251 vii. Nathaniel L. S.' Davis, born 22 Jan., 1820. Married Elizabeth 

A. Wood, 9 July, 1843, of Swansea. 

252 viii. Betsey Jane' Davis, born 6 July, 1823. Married Horace M. West, 

29 April, 1843. 

253 ix. Joseph Luther' Davis, bom i April, 1826. Married Mary A. West. 

175. 

Nathaniel Baket^ Davis, son of Josephs {John^, Elisha^ , James^ , 
/a?nes^) and Sarah (Baker) Davis, born 9 Feb., 1783. 
Married i Feb., 1807, Nancy Peirce, daughter of Squier and 
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Children : 

254 i. Nancy^ Davis, born 2 Dec, 1807, married Nathaniel Mason of 

Somerset, died 30 Nov., 1889, in San Jose, Cal. 

255 ii. Benjamin Fisher^ Davis, born 28 April, 1810, married Lois B. 

Chase of Swansea ; three children. 

256 iii. (Rev.) Jacob^ Davis, born 16 Aug., 1812, married Harriet Hum- 

phries, 1840. 

257 iv. Sarah^ Davis, born i Sept., 1816, married James Lee of Swansea, 

Mass. 

258 V. Lorenzo Dow^ Davis, born 22 July, 1821, died in New Bedford, 

21 Jan., 1890. Married (i) Hepsabeth Anthony ; married (2) 
Susan Perry Potter. He died 1890. 

259 vi. Ann Maria^ Davis, born 10 March, 1826, died 21 July, 1826. 

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Barney^ Davis^ son of Joseph^ (^John,^ Elisha^, James^, James^) 
and Sarah (Baker) Davis, born 9 June, 1787. Married Mercy 
Bullock Thrasher. 

Children : 

260 i. Mercy B^. Davis, born 1813, unmarried. 

261 ii. John Nelson^ Davis, born 1815, married Fanny Ring. 

262 iii. Sally Baker' Davis, born 1819, married Salmon Harvey of 

Taunton, 1837. 

263 iv. Daniel Barney' Davis, born 12 Oct., 1823, married Polly Crane. 

264 ' V. Jacob J.' Davis, born 8 July, 1827, married Louise Chase, Digh- 

ton, Mass. 

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Rufus^ Davis^ son of Josephs {John^, Elisha^, James^, James^) and 
Sarah (Baker) Davis, born 12 May, 1790. Married Debo- 
rah Hodges of Norton, Mass., 15 March, 1815. 

Children : 

265 i. Rufus Hodges^ Davis, born 23 April, 1816, in Taunton. Married 

(i) Jan., 1838, Laura Ann Rhodes of Corinth; (2) 6 Feb., 
1840, Polly Eaton Ring of Mansfield, Mass. 

266 ii. Joseph Henry^ Davis, born 6 Jan., 1819, married 1843, Sally M. 

Creal of Corinth. 

267 iii. Simeon Burbank^ Davis, born 8 April, 1821, married 1849 Laura 

A. Deual of Corinth. 

268 iv. Deborah A. L.^ Davis, born 5 Sept., 1823, married 1844 Ambrose 

N. Clothier. 

269 V. Levings Noah^ Davis, born 24 May, 1827, married (i) Decem- 

ber, 1855, Sarah J. Green; (2) Sarah A. Prescott. 

270 vi. Betsey J.^ Davis, born 8 Aug., 1830, married 1857, Rev. Caleb C. 

Bedell of Clinton County, N. Y. 

271 vii. Charles Wesley^ Davis, born 19 May, 1833, died 1865, in Libby 

Prison, Richmond, Va., member of Company H, 5th N. Y. 
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John^ Davis, son of Squier^ (^John^.John^, Elisha^ , James^ James^) 
and Althear (Bullock) Davis, born i Dec, 1789. Married 
Polly Cook of Royalston, 11 Feb., 18 16. 

Children : 

Ciphas' Davis, born 5 Feb., 1817. 
Olive^ Davis, boru i July, 1822. 
Betsey* Davis, born 14 Jan., 1824. 
Hiram* Davis, born 24 Dec, 1825. 
Mary Emidine* Davis, born 6 June, 1830. 



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Loranna^ Davis^ daughter of John^ {John^, John^, Elisha^, Jamcs^, 
James^) and Loranna (Perry) Davis, born in Charles town. 
New Hampshire, 5 May, 1795. Her parents moved to 
Orange soon after, where she lived until she married, 28 Oct. , 
1827. She married Asaph Merriam, a Baptist minister. 

They had three children: 

277 i. Lucius* Merriam, boru 

278 ii. Marietta* Merriam, born 20 April, 1831, died 4 Jan., 1899. 

279 iii. Angelina* Merriam, born 20 April, 1831, died 1834. 



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James^) and Loranna (Perry) Davis, born in Charlestown, 
New Hampshire, 16' Sept., 1797, early moved to Orange, 
Mass., with her parents. She married Joel Johnson, and 
went to live on the Johnson place at Orange. She was his 
second wife. She died 2 Nov., 1881. He was born 1794, 
died 1874. 

Four children were born to this couple : 

280 i. Mary H.* Johnson, born 7 Aug., 1830, married George Spencer 

of Providence, R. I. 

281 ii. Albert* Johnson, born 24 Aug., 1832. Married 

282 iii. George Davis* Johnson, born 22 July, 1834, died 1883, never 

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Mary 7 Davis^ daughter of John^ {^John^, John^, Elisha^, James^, 
Jafues^) and Loranna (Petty) Davis, was one of twins, born 
28 Feb., 1800, at Charlestown, N. H. The mother died 
three days after the birth of twins. She lived with Henr>' 
Goddard's family until her father married second time, when 
she went home and stayed until she was 44 years of age, 
when she married Mr. Josiah Howe of Orange, she being 
his second wife. He was born 1784, and died in 1864, age 
80. She survived him twenty-eight years, and lived to be 
92 years,' 9 months, and until within a year or so, was very 
bright and smart, and a number of times after she was 88 
years, she made the railroad journey, including a change of 
cars, from Orange to Worcester alone. She had no children. 

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James^) and Loranna (Perry) Davis, was one of twins born 
28 Feb., 1800, at Charlestown, N. H. Their mother died 
three days after their birth , and she and her sister Mary were 
brought up by their Aunt Goddard until their father married 
Lucy Dexter, when they went home. She married Stephen 
Howard of Orange, Mass. He was born 12 March, 1798, 
and died 27 July, 1873. He was a farmer and afterwards 
carried on a manufactory of rules and yardsticks. He was 
carrying on the Davis farm the year his oldest son was born ; 
afterwards moved to the village. Joanna7 died 21 March, 
1887, age 87 years. 

They had three sons: 

284 i. John Davis® Howard, born 1829. 

285 ii. Nelson S.® Howard, born 22 July, 1831. 

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Dexter^ Davis, son of John^ {John^./ohn^, Eliska^,James^,James^) 
and Lucy (Dexter) Davis, born ii Nov., 1807 at Orange, 
Mass., married Emily Holden, a native of Orange, 27 Nov., 
1828. They lived at Orange, carrying on the Davis farm, 
until about 1840, when they moved to New York State and 
settled at Corning. He (Dexter^) died i June, 1857, aged 
49 years, 6 months, 20 days. His wife married Rev. Mr. 
Smith for her second husband. She died 10 Nov., 1889, at 
Coming, aged 81 years, 9 months, 12 days. 

They had three children: 

287 i. Nelson Dexter* Davis, bom Sunday, 20 Sept., 1829. 

288 ii. Lynval Amos* Davis, born Saturday, 15 Nov., 1834. 

289 iii. Elizabeth Emily* Davis, born Tuesday, 30 Aug., 1831. 



203* 

Norris^ Davis^ son of John^ { /oh7i^ , John^ , Elisha^ , /ames^ , James^) 
and Lucy (Dexter) Davis, bom at Orange, 17 Oct., i8io, 
died, I July, 1872. Went into western New York State 
when young and carried on a farm and also manufactured 
cheese. He married for his first wife, Lucy Ann Howard, 
30 Oct., 1831. She was bom 31 July, 1811, died 8 April, 
1856. 

They had four children : 

290 i. Erastus Andrew' Davis, born 25 Nov., 1832. 

291 ii. Philetus A.* Davis, bom 31 May, 1835, died 24 Feb., 1836. 

292 iii. Cynthia Ann* Davis, born 4 July, 1837. 

293 iv. Josephine Augusta' Davis, born 13 Jan., 1841. 

He married for his second wife, Mrs. Lucy Hill, 12 March, 

1857. 

They had three children : 

294 i. Willie E.* Davis, born 10 March, 1858, died 7 March, 1861. 

295 ii. George E.* Davis, born 14 May, 1859. 

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NARCI88A DAVIS-WARDEN. 

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Natcissa^ Davis^ daughter of John^, {Johti^, John^, Elisha^, 
James^y James^) and Lucy (Dexter) Davis, born at Orange, 
30 Nov., 18 12, lived at farm until she married, in 1837, John 
Warden of Worcester. He was born in 18 14 and died in 
1865. She died in 1891. (See Warden family, page 10.) 

Children : 

297 i. Abbie Louise* Warden, boru 7 Jan., 1840. 

298 ii. John Davis* Warden, born 3 Dec, 1845. 

299 iii. William Albert' Warden, born 2 March, 1852. 



205. 

Daniel^ Davis^ son of John^ {John^.John^, Elisha^,James^,James^) 
and Lucy (Dexter) Davis, bom at Orange, Mass., 21 Jan., 
1 8 16. He went South in 1838 and spent five years. In the 
early forties, he went with his brothers, Norris and Dexter, 
into the center of New York State and bought a large tract 
of land, built a pail manufactory and for many years manu- 
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canal. The business was very successful. Daniel afterwards 
bought the land from his brothers and for many years was a 
most successful farmer. In 1844, he went to Worcester and 
was married, at the home of his sister, to Miss Ruth Bates, 
daughter of Frank and Mary (Bigelow) Bates of Phillipston, 
Mass. (Her ancestors were the Bigelows and Beamans of 
West Boylston, Mass.) They returned to New York and 
the farm has always been their home. Daniel was a man of 
quiet manner, of excellent judgment, and was honored by 
his townsmen by election to ofl&ce many times. He was for 
several years Trial Justice. He was highly respected wher- 
ever he was known and lived a long and useful life. He died 
20 March, 1900, aged 84 years, 2 months. His widow and 
three children survive him. 

Children : 

300 i. Edwin F.* Davis, born 28 May, 1846. 

301 ii. Lucy E." Davis, born 20 May, 1850. 

302 iii. Mary E.* Davis, born 11 Nov., 1852. 



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Lucy Ann^ Davis^ daughter of John^ {Joh7i^, Johft^, Elisha^, 
Janies^, James^) and Lucy (Dexter) Davis was born at 
Orange, 21 Dec, 18 18, married Reuel Barber of Worcester, 
10 June, 1840. He died 3 April, 1842, at the age of 32 
years. She continued to live in Worcester, making a home 
for her son, until his marriage, when she made her home 
with him until her death, 4 May, 1900. She was a member 
of the Methodist Episcopal church from 1839, her member- 
ship being in the First Methodist Episcopal church of 
Worcester (the ''Meadow Church,"), which later was known 
as the *Tark Street Church," and still later as * 'Trinity 
Church." Her membership was also for a few years after 
its organization in "Grace Church." Her husband was at 
the time of his death a class leader in the "Meadow Church,** 

They had one child : 
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SYLVESTER DAVIS. 

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Sylvester^ Davis, youngest son of John^ {Joh7i^, Johi^, Elisha^, 
James^ , /ames^) and Lucy (Dexter) Davis, bom at Orange, 
Mass., 8 Sept., 1822, spent nearly all his life upon the farm 
where he was born, although in later years he owned prop- 
erty in the village. He was of an inventive and mechanical 
turn of mind and there are many things about his house and 
in the homes of his friends to remind one of that fact. He 
married Katherine Johnson of Hubbardston, Mass. She died 
in 1893. At the death of his father in 1846 he received the 
homestead, his mother making her home with him as long as 
she lived. 

They had four daughters : 

304 i. Georgianna* Davis, born 2 June, 1846. 

305 ii. Alfradina* Davis, born 6 Oct., 1849. 

306 iii. Hattie E.* Davis, born 16 Jan., 1851. 

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Qarissa^ Davis, daughter of Joseph^ (^Jofin^.John^, Elisha^ , James^ y 
James^y) and Sophia (White) Davis, bom 11 March, 1796, 
married Luther Ballou, 3 Dec, 1818. She died 26 Aug., 
1866. 

Children : 

Sophia® Ballou, bom 22 Sept., 1819, died 5 Jan., 1867. 

Bmeransa* Ballou, bom 10 Sept., 1821, died 12 Jan., 1875. Never 
married. 

Alamando® Ballou, born 2 May, 1823. 

Angelia* Ballou, born 16 Dec, 1824. 

Devillo* Ballou, born 17 Jan., 1827, died 1877. 

Lorenzo* Ballou, born 29 Nov., 1828. » 

Antantia* Ballou, born 24 June, 1830. 

Clarinda* Ballou, born 29 April, 1833. 

Ivorina* Ballou, born 28 Feb., 1834. 

Alphonso A." Ballou, bom 9 March, 1836. 

Czarina* Ballou, born 15 May, 1838, married Harrison P. Good- 
speed, 9 June, 1857. They now live in Wincheudon, Mass. 
319 xii. Wjudo R." Ballou, born 13 Feb., 1845. 



212. 

Jarvis^ Davis, son of Joseph^ (^John>, John^, Elisha^, James^y 
James^) and Sophia (White) Davis, born in Royalston, Mass., 
3 Dec, 1798, married Mary Ann Jackson of Boston, 18 Sept., 
1828. He died in Warwick, Mass., 17 March, 1876. 

Children : 

Oscar Jarvis® Davis, bom 23 June, 1829, died 1854. 
Ellen Ann* Davis, born 3 Nov., 1831. 
Elma A.* Davis, bom 14 Nov., 1835, died 8 July, 1852. 
Elsie A.* Davis, born 21 March, 1838. 



214. 

Lorenzo^ Davis, son of Joseph^ i^Johv>, John^, Elisha^, James^, 
James^y) and Sophia (White) Davis, bom in Royalston, 16 
Oct., 1803, married Roxanna Gale. Died in Putney, Vt. 

Children : 

324 i. Warren* Davis. 

325 ii. Georgiana* Davis. 

326 iii. Emma* Davis. 



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Lorina^ Davis, daughter of Joseph^ {John^, Johfi^, Elisha^, Jarnes^^ 
James^,) and Sophia (White) Davis, born in Royalston, 
Mass., I April, 1806, married Lyman Peck of Royalston, 22 
Jan., 1829, died in Royalston, 9 May, i860. Her husband 
died I Dec, 1862. 

Children : 

327 i. Wayland F.® Peck, born 23 Oct., 1830. 

328 ii. Philander L.® Peck, born 9 May, 1832. 

329 iii. Eugene F.® Peck, born 14 Dec, 1833. 

330 iv. Willard W.® Peck, born 19 Dec, 1836, died in infancy. 

331 V. Polena L.® Peck, born 12 April, 1838. 

332 vi. Nelson F.® Peck, born 16 July, 1840 

333 yii. Joseph W.® Peck, born 23 March, 1842. 

334 viii. D. Warren® Peck, born 10 April, 1843, married, and resides in 

Oklahoma Territory. 

335 ix. Ivowell H.® Peck, born 3 Oct., 1845, married and resides in Cali- 

fornia. 



216. 

Czarina^ Davis, daughter of Joseph^ {Johi^, John^, Elisha^, 
James^ James^) and Sophia (White) Davis, born in Royalston, 
Mass., 7 Aug., 1808, married Sullivan Peck of Royalston, 
son of Daniel and a descendant of Joseph Peck who came to 
America, 1638, and settled at Rehoboth. He was born in 
1806 and married in 1831. They lived at Royalston until 
1865 when, his health failing him, they removed to Burling- 
ton, Vt. where his older children were living. He was a 
man of sterling worth, an enterprising farmer and a leading 
man in that town. Czarina is now living with her son at 
Burlington, Vt. , in the 92d year of her age. 

They had seven children : 

336 i. Martha Jane® Peck, born 10 March, 1832. Resides in Burling- 
ton, Vt. 

Chauncey C.® Peck, born 5 April, 1834. Resides in Chicago, 111. 

Warren Davis® Peck, born 28 Feb., 1836, died 23 May, 1839. 

Elsa Jeanette® Peck, born i July, 1838, married, 1873, Hon. 
A. K. Osborn of Oshkosh, Wis., a prominent attorney and 
politician. He died Sept., 1900. His widow continues to 
reside there. No children. 



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340 V. Georgiana C Peck, bom 23 April, 1843, married Henry A. Gale 

of Burlington, Vt.. They reside in Hartford, Conn. No 
children. 

341 vi. Hamilton S." Peck, bom 22 Oct., 1845. 

342 vii. Hammond W.® Peck, born 28 Sept., 1847, married Susie Adams 

of Coldbrook, Mass. He died at Hartford, Conn., April, 1894. 
His widow resides with her parents in Coldbrook. 



2M. 

Cemantha^ Davis, daughter of Joseph^ {Johnny John^, Elisha^, 
James^ , James^) and Sophia (White) Davis, bom at RoyaLston, 
30 Dec., 18 1 2, married Charles Osgood. She died at North- 
field, Mass. 

Children : 

343 i. Feronda® Osgood. 

344 . ii. Mary® Osgood. 

345 iii. George® Osgood. 

346 iv. Elsa® Osgood. 

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Cyrus^ Davis, son of Asahel^ {/ohn^, John^, Elisha^, James^, 
Jatnes^) and Deborah (Mason) Davis, bom 15 Oct., 1799, 
married Dulcena Gale of Royalston, 21 Feb., 1828. He was 
a farmer by occupation. He was executor of his father's 
estate and was representative to General Court in 1840. He 
died at Royalston in 1867. 

Children : 

347 i. Maressa® Davis, born 4 Dec, 1828. 

348 ii. Helen Maria* Davis, born 8 March, 183 1. 



223^ 

Louisa^ Davis, daughter of Asahel^ {Johv>, John^, Elisha^, James^, 
/ames^) and Deborah (Mason) Davis, born 11 March, 1807, 
married Elbridge Boyden of Athol, Mass., 15 Jan., 1834. 
In 1844 the family moved to Worcester where they lived 
many years. She died 21 Dec., 1888, aged 81 years, 9 
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July, 1810, died at Worcester, 25 March, 1898. His father 
was a Revolutionary soldier. At the age of sixteen, he was 
apprenticed to a carpenter at Athol and began to study arch- 
itecture the first year. He engaged in building in Athol 
about twenty years and came to Worcester in 1844. He was 
for many years the principal designer and architect of the 
city. His designs were characterized by breadth, symmetry 
and often by grandeur. His best known work is Mechanics 
Hall, acknowledged to be one of the finest halls in America. 

- Children : 

349 i. George E.® Boyden, born in Athol, 1840. 

350 ii. Mason Amos' Boyden, born in Worcester, Sept., 1848. 
iii. A daughter, who died before 1844. 



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Mahola^ Goddatd, daughter of Henry and Anna^ { John^ , John^ , 
Elisha^, James^y James\) (Davis) Goddard, bom 16 Jan., 
1803, married Sherman Bacon, 2 May, 1831. She died 12 
March, 1878. 

Children : 

Loring* Bacon, born 24 April, 1832, died 21 March, 1833. 

Olive A.® Bacon, born 20 Aug., 1033, died 28 Oct., 1867, married 
Erastus H. Cate, 13 Aug., 1855. 

Sanford S." Bacon, born 23 April, 1835, married Marion L. 
Reynolds, 29 Nov., 1855. 

Susan M.® Bacon, born 16 June, 1837, died 5 Dec, 1838. 

Elizabeth A.® Bacon, born 8 Sept., 1839, died 29 Nov., 1872, mar- 
ried Amasa T. Eddy, 28 Feb., 1864. 
356 vi. George H." Bacon, bom 14 Oct., 1841, married Mary L. 
Shumway, 10 Jan., 1870. 



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Josiah^ Goddard^ son of Henry and Anna^ {Johnny John^, Elisha^, 
James^, James^) (Davis) Goddard, bom at Royalston, 6 April, 
1805, married Miranda White at Royalston, 3 Feb., 1829, 
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Children : 

357 i» Josiah Hamilton" Goddard,, born 10 Feb., 1830, married E. Jen- 

nie Covey, 30 Aug., 1857. 

358 ii. Henry Davis* Goddard, born 12 June, 1831, died 10 Sept., 1859. 

359 iii. Emily Miranda" Goddard, bom 22 June, 1833, died 30 Sept., 1859. 

360 iv. Mary Amanda' Goddard, bom 19 May, 1834, died 13 Jan., i860, 

married John M. Jennings, 26 April, 1857. 

361 V. Harriet Ann* Goddard, born 17 June, 1837, married Charles E. 

Gibbs, 15 Dec, 1868. She died 16 April, 1883. 

362 vi. Susan Mahola* Goddard, bom 15 Aug., 1838, died 29 Sept., 1859. 

363 vii. William Harrison* Goddard, bom 13 Jan., 1841, died 17 Aug., 

1863, at Military Hospital, Louisville, Ky. He was a member 
of Co. H., 36th Reg., Mass. Vol. 

364 viii. Edward A.* Goddard, bom 28 Oct., 1845, married Ella Holmes, 

6 Jan., 1869. 



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Amanda^ Goddard^ daughter of Henry and Anna^ (/ohn^, John^^ 
Elisha^ y James^ , James^) (Davis) Goddard, bom 11 Jan., 1809, 
at Royalston, died at Westmoreland, N. H., 11 Oct., 1895, 
married John Cowdrey, 25 May, 1835. 

Children : 

365 i. Henry F.* Cowdrey, born 12 Nov., 1837, died 19 Feb., 1889. 

366 ii. Mary A.* Cowdrey, born 10 Sept., 1842. 



234. 

Sanford^ Goddard^ son of Henry and Anna^ {John^, John^, Elisha^, 
James^ , James^) (Davis) Goddard,* born at Royalston, 5 Mar., 
1813, died 13 Jan., 1871, at Montague, Mass., was a farmer 
by occupation. He married Julia Ralston Kendall, at Boston, 
Jan., 1835. His wife died 24 March, 1862, aged 47 years. 

Children : 

367 i. Edward Livingston® Goddard, born at Royalston, Mass., 31 Jan., 

1836, enlisted 12 Oct., 1861, in the 26tli Reg., Mass. Vol. 

368 ii. Elvira Ann* Goddard, born 14 Aug., 1837. 

369 iii. Rozalia E.® Goddard, born Aug., 1839, died 21 Feb., 1840. 

370 iv. Prentis Huntington* Goddard, born 17 March, 1843, died at New 

' Orleans, La., 24 July, 1862. He belonged to the 26th Reg., 
Mass. Vol. 

371 V. George Henry* Goddard, born 24 Nov., 1844. 

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Rev* Jacob^ Davis^ son of Nathaniel Baker^ {Joseph^, John^, 
Elisha^, James*, James^,) and Nancy (Peirce) Davis, bom 
16 Aug., 1 81 2, married Harriet Humphries of Roxbury, 
26 Nov., 1840. 

Children : 

373 i. George' Davis, bom 9 March, 1848, married Anna Rizpah Tower, 

22 Nov., 1876. 

374 ii. Harriet Jannie* Davis, born 26 May, 1850, married George 

Buckman Perry, 30 Nov., 1871. 

375 iii. John Edward® Davis, born 14 June, 1853, married Jane Tower, 

8 July, 1875. They had four children. 

277. 

Lucius^ Memanv son of Asaph and IyOranna7 {John^,/ohn^,John^, 

Elisha^ , James^ , Javies^) (Davis) Merriam, born , married 

Emily . 

One child : 

376 i. Emma' Merriam, born . 

278. 

Marietta^ Memam^ daughter of Asaph and Loranna^ {John^, 
Joh7i^ , John^ , Elisha^ , James^ , James^) (Davis) Merriam, bom 
20 April, 1831, married Charles H. White, 4 March, 1855. 

Children : 

Evelina' White, bom 28 Sept., 1856. 

Charles Henry' White, born jo April, 1858, died 12 July, 1880. 
Herbert Lucius' White, born 28 April, i860, died 26 July, 1893. 
Ada Marietta' White, born 14 March, 1862, married D. Marshall 

Babcock. 
Fred Waterman' White, bom 14 June, 1868. 
Alice Stearns' White, bom 8 May, 1872. 

280. 

Mary Hepzebah^ Johnson^ daughter of Joel and MeHnda^ {John^, 

Joh7i^ , John^ y Elisha^, James^, James^) (Davis) Johnson was 

born at Orange, Mass., 7 Aug. , 1830. She married, 12 April, 

1859, George Washington Spencer, son of Christopher* 

(Thomas') and Celia (Wescott) Spencer. He was bom at 



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Warwick, R. I., 15 Aug., 1825. Mary^ died at Providence, 
R. I., Sept., 1867. 

Children : 

383 i. George Washington' Spencer Jr., bom 31 March, i860. 

384 ii. Edwin Henry' Spencer, bom Nov., 1861, died Jan., 1871. 



281. 

Albert^ Johnson^ son of Joel and Melinda7 {/ohn^, John^.John^^ 
Elisha^, James^y James^) (Davis) Johnson, bom at Orange, 
Mass., 24 Aug., 1832, was a carpenter by occupation. He 
married Adelaide Phinney, 5 Nov., 1856. 

Children : 

385 i. Henry Davis' Johnsoi, bom 26 May. 1858, died at Fitchburg, 

16 Sept., 1885. 

386 ii. Frank Leslie' Johnson, bom 20 Sept., i860, married Flora Bur- 

nett of Orange, 19 Aug., 1878. Employed as wood worker in 
chair shop. 

387 iii. Charles Albert' Johnson, born 29 Aug., 1863, married Jennie 

Hambleton of Orange, 29 Sept., 1889. Employed as cashier 
in Freight Dept., B. & M. R. R. 

388 iv. Walter Melville' Johnson, bom 11 Dec, 1865, married Lizzie E. 

Rarity, at Springfield, 15 Jan., 1881. Employed as baggage 
master on B. & M. R. R. 

389 V. Homer Joel' Johnson, born i Oct., 1869, died at Orange, 8 May, 

1884. 

390 vi. Waldo Ansel' Johnson, born 19 Jan., 1873, married Eva L. Jack- 

son at Athol, 5 April, 1900. Employed by New Home Sewing 
Machine Company. 

391 vii. Mary Hepsibath' Johnson, bom 8 Feb., 1879, married Edward 

E. Benoit of Athol, 27 April, 1900. 

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John Davis^ Howard^ son of Stephen and Joanna^ { John^ ^ John^ , 
Joh7i^, Elisha^y James^, James^) (Davis) Howard, bom in 
1829 on the Davis farm at Orange, Mass. His parents soon 
moved to the village where he lived until he was 18 years of 
age. He worked in a store for three years. In 1848, he 
went to Winchendon where he is still living. He was 
employed by the manufacturers of chairs for many years. 
He has held many important offices having been selectman 
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Winchendon Savings Bank for the last 25 years. He was a 
member of the Fire Department for 20 years, holding the 
offices of clerk, assistant foreman, and foreman. He has 
been clerk of the Parish since it was organized in 1865 and 
has held offices in the Sunday School as librarian, treasurer, 
and superintendent. He held the office of superintendent 
about 20 years. Married, 3 Dec, 1851, Lucinda Wood 
Worden. She was born 20 July, 1830. 

They have one child : 
392 i. Grace Estella' Howard, born 12 May, 1866. 

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Nelson S.^ Howard, son of Stephen and Joanna^ {John^.John^, 
John^, Elisha^ , James^ , James^^ (Davis) Howard, born 22 July, 
1831, married Sarah M. Howe, 23 Aug., 1854. She was 
born 20 Nov., 1832. They lived at Orange until about i860, 
when they went to Gardner and in 1864 to Princeton, Mass. 
He was a mason by trade and for a number of years kept a 
hotel for summer boarders at Princeton. 

Children : 

Walter Nelson^ Howard, born 5 Sept., 1855, <lied 22 Dec, 1864. 

Ivucy Maria' Howard, born 5 Oct., 1857, died 5 Nov., 1879. 

Edward John' Howard, born 28 Aug., i860, died 12 Feb., 1863. 

Charles Howe' Howard, born 9 May, 1864. 

Henry Bray ton' Howard, born 10 Oct., 1865. 

Alice Joanna' Howard, born 6 May, 1868. 

Mabel Sarah' Howard, born 14 Feb., 1871, died 28 July, 1894. 

286- . 

Wayland Chester Perry^ Howard^ son of Stephen and Joanna7 
{Joh?i^,John^,John^,Elisha^^James^,James^) (Davis) How- 
ard, born , married Ella Hale, 5 Sept., 1866. She was 

born 20 July, 1845. He was a machinist by trade and lived 
in Gardner and Winchendon. 

Children : 

400 i. Nina Ella' Howard, born 4 Oct., 1867, died 31 July, 1869. 

401 ii. Corinne Davis' Howard, born 25 June, 1869. 

402 iii. lyuke Hale' Howard, born 11 Oct., 1871, 



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404 V. Wayland Wyman' Howard, bom 7 May, 1880. 

405 vi. Cora Bemice' Howard, bom 28 Aug., 1886, died 29 June, 1895. 



287^ 

Ndson Dexter^ Davis^ son of Dexter7 {John^,John^,John^, Elisha^, 
James^ , James^) and Emily (Holden) Davis, bornSunda}^ 20 
Sept., 1829, at Orange, Mass. In 1840 he removed to Caton. 
N. Y. , which ias since been his home. Married Adelaide M. 
Wescott, 26 Oct., 1852. She was born 27 Sept., 1835, died 
23 Jan., 1863. 

Children : 

406 i. Horace D.' Davis, bom 7 Jan., 1854, married 18 April, 1875. 

407 ii. Henry L.' Davis, bom 20 Aug., 1856. 

408 iii. Charles H.' Davis, bom 4 Nov., 1858, died 21 Aug., 1896. 

409 iv. Edgar M.' Davis, born 24 Nov., i860. 

Nelson Dexter^ married for his second wife, Julia E. Baker, 
II Feb., 1S64. She was bom 31 March, 1837. 

Children : 

410 i. Louis B.9 Davis, born 8 Oct., 1866, died 7 Oct., 1867. 

411 ii. Emma A.' Davis, born 8 June, 1868. 



288. 

Lynval Amos^ Davis^ son of Dexter7 {John^,John^,John^, Elisha^, 
James* , James^) and Emily (Holden) Davis, born at Orange, 
Mass., Saturday, 15 Nov., 1834. He went to Caton, N. Y. , 
in 1840. Married Kate Bache, i Sept., 1865. They lived 
in the oil regions in Pennsylvania for many years but in 
1890 moved to Corning, N. Y. where they now live. He is 
a carpenter by occupation. No children. 

289. 

Elizabeth Emily^ Davis^ daughter of Dexter^ {John^,John^,/oh7i^, 
Elisha^ , James* y James^) and Emily (Holden) Davis, bom at 
Orange, on Tuesday, 30 Aug., 1831, lived with her parents 
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married Wellington Stewart of Coming. She only lived 
until 26 Feb., 1855, when she died leaving a girl baby 13 
days old. 

One child : 

412 i. Elizabeth Davis' Stewart, born 13 Feb., 1B55, She wavS brought 
up by her grandmother and lived with her until her decease in 
1889, when she went to live with her uncle who moved into 
the old homestead. 



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Erasttis A*^ Davis^ son of Norris^ {/ohn^, John^, John^, Elisha>, 
James^, James^) and Lucy Ann (Howard) Davis, born in 
Coming, N. Y., 25 Nov., 1832. He went to Pennsylvania 
in 1863 and went into the lumbering business and is now 
engaged in the occupation of an electrician. Has lived most 
of the time in Philipsburg, Pa. He married Mary T. Harri- 
son, 3 Oct., 1855. She was the daughter of Jessie Harrison. 

Children : 

413 i. Cornelius H.' Davis, born 26 July, 1857. 

414 ii. Moxy Addie' Davis, born 16 Nov., 1861, died 11 April, 1870. 

415 iii. Jennie Mary' Davis, born 19 Dec, 1863, died 10 April, 1870. 

416 iv. Nelson Norris' Davis, born 11 Au^., 18(56. 

417 V. Willie' Davis, born 6 Dec, 1870, died 25 Dec, 1870. 

418 vi. Wilber W.' Davis, bom 26 March, 1872. 



' 292. 

Cynthia Ann^ Davis^ daughter of Norris^ {John^, John^, Joh^i^, 
Elisha^, James^, James^) and Lucy Ann (Howard) Davis, 
born at Corning, N. Y., 4 July, 1837, married Edwin French, 
4 July, i860. 

Children : 

419 i. Charles B.' French, born 30 June, 1862. 

420 ii. Melvin L.^ French, bom 17 Oct., 1863. 

421 iii. Clarence C.^ French, born 4 March, 1866. 

422 iv. Josephine A.' French, born 4 March, 1868. 

423 V. Marcus^ French, born 16 Sept., 1871. 

424 vi. Ida M.' French, born 16 March, 1875. 



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293, 

Josephine A*^ Davis^ daughter of Norris^ {John^, John^, John^ 
Elisha^, James^, James^) and Lucy Ann (Howard) Davis, 
bom 13 Jan., 1841, married Andrew J. Garton, Oct., 1864. 

One child : 

425 i. Child bom 4 July, 1865, mother and child died 23 July, 1865. 

300« 

Edwin F*^ Davis^ son of Daniel^ (Jfohn^, John^, John^, Elisha^ 
James^, James^) and Ruth (Bates) Davis, bom at Caton, 
N. Y., 28 May, 1846, married Jennie M. Dow of Corning in 
1870. He was state electrician of New York for many years. 

To this couple were bom two daughters : 

426 i. Ruth J. 9 Davis, born 31 Dec., 1872. 

427 ii. Maud Alfredine' Davis, born 13 Dec, 1875, married Philip 

Whitlock, 17 Oct., 1900. 

Lucy E.^ Davis^ daughter of Daniel^ {John^, John^, John^, Elisha^^ 
James^y James^) and Ruth (Bates) Davis, bom at Caton, 
N. Y., 20 May, 1850, married (i) John C. White of Caton, 
20 Feb., 1870. He died 7 Oct., 1872. She married (2) 
Harvey Wood, 6 Feb., 1878. He died 23 Oct , 1898. 

One child : 

428 i. Effie Davis' White, born 10 Dec, 1870, married Charles A. Carr, 

M. D., 7 May, 189 1. They have a son, Harold W. Carr, bom 
in Caton, 24 June, 1892. 

302. 

Mary E.^ Davis, daughter of Daniel^ {Joh7i^,/ohn^,John^, Elisha^, 
James^ , James^) and Ruth (Bates) Davis, bom at Caton, 11 
Nov., 1852, married Frank H. Dow, 15 Sept., 1875. They 
live at the farm near her old homestead. 

To this couple were born two children : 

429 i. Harry S.' Dow, born 9 Aug., 1878. 

430 ii. Jessie Ruth' Dow, born 13 May, 1885. 



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HENRY DAVIS BARBER. 

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Henry Davis^ Barbett son of Reuel and IvUcy7 {John^, Johv>, 
John^, Elisha^, James^, James^^ (Davis) Barber, born in 
Worcester, Mass., 13 Oct., 1841. Was educated in the 
public schools of the city and at Wilbraham. Enlisted as a 
private in the 31st Mass. Vol. in 1861 and was mustered out 
of service as a First Lieutenant at Mobile, Ala. , in Sept. , 
1865. During a portion of his service, he was on the staff 
of Brevet Major General Thomas J. Lucas of Indiana. Was 
treasurer of The Maynard-Gough Company, printers, of 
Worcester. Was a class leader and Sunday School superin- 
tendent in both Grace and Trinity Methodist Episcopal 
Churches of Worcester. Was at one time president of the 
Y. M. C. A. in Worcester. Was married, 10 June, 1867, to 
Heppie Dexter, daughter 6f Amasa Dexter of Orange, Mass. 

They had one child : 

431 i. Harry ReueP Barber, born 6 Sept., 1872, married, 19 Sept., 
1900, to Harriette Heloise Huffman at New Castle, Ohio. 



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304^ 

Georgianna^ Davis^ daughter of Sylvester7 (^John^ , John> , John^ , 
Elisha^, James^, James^) and Katherine (Johnson) Davis, 
bom at Orange, Mass., 2 June, 1846. Her earl}'^ childhood 
was spent on the farm. She married Albert Rice of Barre, 
a shoe manufacturer. 

Two children were born to them : 

432 i. Marian' Rice. 

433 ii- John S.' Rice. 

305^ 

Alfradina^ Davis, daughter of Sylvester7 {John^, John^, John^, 
Elisha^, James^, James^) and Katherine (Johnson) Davis, 
bom at Orange, Mass., 6 Oct., 1849. Her early childhood 
was spent on the farm. She taught school at Orange and 
Hubbardston, married James Gray and moved with him to 
California where they settled upon a large ranch near Hollis- 
ter, Santa Clara Co. 

To them were bom three children : 

434 i. Robert' Gray, bom 2 Jan., 1879. 

435 ii. Catherine' Gray, born 10 March, 1883. 

436 iii. Alfradina' Gray, born 6 Nov., 1886. 



306* 

Hattie "EJ Davis, daughter of Sylvester^ (^John^, John^, John^^ 
Elisha^ , James^ , James^) and Katherine (Johnson) Davis, was 
bom at Orange, Mass., 16 Jan., 1851. Her early childhood 
was spent on the farm. She married Joseph Sargent, a 
marble worker, 187-. They lived a number of years at 
Barre, then moved to Gardner where he carried on the marble 
cutting business. 

They have three children : 

437 i. William' Sargent, born 21 Nov., 1872. 

438 ii. Sylvester' Sargent, born 10 July, 1876. 

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307, 

Jennie E*^ Davis^ daughter of Sylvester7 {John^, John>, John^, 
Elisha^, James^, James^ ) and Katherine (Johnson) Davis, 
born at Orange, 14 March, 1854. She lived at home until 

she married Mr. Washburn when they moved to the 

village of Orange, where he was connected with the stove 
business. 

They have one son : 

440 i. Walter B.' Washburn, born 25 Jan., 1883. 



308* 

Sophia^ Balloti, daughter of Luther and Clarissa^ {Joseph^, John^^ 
John^, Elisha^,James^,James^) (Davis) Ballon, born 22 Sept., 
1819, married Francis Moraudi, 6 Feb., 1845. She died in 
Maiden, 5 Jan., 1867. 

Children: 

441 i. Clari E.' Moraudi, born 16 Aug., 1846. 

442 ii. Francis W.^ Moraudi, born 28 March, 1848. 

443 iii. Jeanette B.' Moraudi, bom 26 Nov., 1849. 

444 iv. Ernest L.' Moraudi, born i June, 1852. 

445 V. Blanche' Moraudi, born 5 Jan., 1855. 

446 ^ . / vi. Grace' Moraudi, bom 26 Jan., 1857. 

447 ^^^°®\vii. Nell' Moraudi, born 26 Jan., 1857. 



310^ 

Alamando^ Ballou^ daughter of Luther and Clarissa7 {Joseph^, 
Joh7i^, Johnny Elisha^, Janies^, James^) (Davis) Ballon, bom 
2 May, 1823, married Mahalath Harkness, i Jan., 1852, now 
living in Philadelphia. 

Children : 

448 i. Cora H.' Harkness, born 18 Nov., 1852. 

449 ii. De Forest' Harkness, born 29 April, 1854. 

450 iii. Clarissa D.' Harkness, born 29 J^n., 1856. 

451 iv. Bertha L.' Harkness, born 15 April, 1859. 



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Angelia^ Ballou^ daughter of Luther and Clarissa^ (^ Joseph^, Johi^, 
John^, Eliska^yJames^.James^) (Davis) Ballou, bom i6Dec., 
1824, married Zachariah J. Young, i Jan., 1850, died at 
Fitchburg, Mass. 

Children : 

452 i. Emma S.' Young, born 2 May, 185 1. 

453 ii. William F.' Young, born 2 July, 1854. 

454 iii. Fred B.' Young, born 8 Dec, i860. 

455 iv. Jarvis D.' Young, bom 26 Oct., 1863. 

Dcviflo^ Ballou^ son of Luther and Clarissa^ (^ Joseph^, Johyi^.Johii^, 
Elisha^ , James^ , James^) (Davis) Ballou, born 17 Jan., 1827, 
married Mary Cutler, 13 Nov., 1850. She died in Grant 
Park, 111., 30 May, 1877. 

Children : 

456 i. Emma' Ballou. 

457 ii. Alice E.' Ballou. 

313* 

Lorenzo^ Ballot^ son of Luther and Clarissa^ (^ Joseph^ ^ Johv>^ 
John^, Elisha^ , James^ , James^) (Davis) Ballou, born 29 Nov., 
1828, married (i) Mary A. Marshall, married (2) Adelia M. 
Shedd. 

Children : 

458 i. Lorenzo Davis' Ballou, born 17 April, 1854. 

459 ii. Herbert C Ballou, bom 12 June, 1856. 

460 iii. Mary Angelia' Ballou, born 8 April, 1858. 

314* 

Antantia^ Ballou^ daughter of Luther and Clarissa^ {Joseph^, John^^ 
John^, Elisha^ , James^ , James^) (Davis) Ballou, bom 24 June, 
1830, married George N. Goodspeed, 7 Nov., 1850. She 
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Children : 

461 i. Adin I.' Goodspeed, born 6 Aug., 1856. 

462 ii. Clara B.' Goodspeed, bom 12 March, 1858. 

463 iii. Lucy M.' Goodspeed, born 26 June, i860. 

464 iv. Luther G.' Goodspeed, born 22 Dec, 1863. 



3f6« 

LoHna^ Ballou^ daughter of Luther and Clarissa^ ( Joseph^, Johv>^ 
John^, Elisha^,James^,James^) (Davis) Ballou, bom 28 Feb., 
1834, married, i July, 1856, EHsha W. Harkness. They 
live in Hinesburg, Vt. 

Children : 

465 i. Elijah W.' Harkness, born 29 June, 1858. 

466 ii. Ellis O.' Harkness, born 31 March, 1861. 

467 iii. Charles W.' Harkness, born 7 Feb., 1864. 

468 iv. Clarissa B.' Harkness, bom 9 May, 1870. 

469 V. Waldo R.9 Harkness, born 25 May, 1873. 

470 vi. Ella S.' Harkness, bom 4 Dec, 1874. 



317^ 

Alphonso A*^ Balloti^ son of Luther and Clarissa^ {Joseph^, John^^ 
John^^ Elisha^ , James^, James^) (Davis) Ballou, born 9 March, 
1836, married, 4 Sept., 1859, Sara A. Holton. They now 
live in Detroit, Mich. 

One child : 
471 i. Madge D.' Ballou, bom 16 May, 1870. 



319^ 

Waldo 'RJ Ballot^ son of Luther and Clarissa^ {Joseph^, John^, 
John^, Elisha^y/ames^./ames^) (Davis) Ballou, bom 13 Feb., 
1-845, married (i) Sarah S. Hathaway, 25 Nov., 1873. mar- 
ried (2) Ella Jones. He lives in Stamford, Conn. 

Children : 

472 i. Harrison H.^ Ballou, born 29 Nov., 1874. 

473 ii. Jeannette M.' Ballou, bom 13 Oct., 1877. 

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Ellen Ann^ Davis, daughter of Jarvis^ {Josephf", John>, Jokn^, Eli- 
sha^ , James^ , Janus^) and Mary Ann (Jackson) Davis, bom 
in Royalston, 3 Nov., 1831, married Henry R. Stowell, 10 
July, 1856, died in Athol, 23 March, 1899. 

Children : 

474 i. Carrie L.' Stowell, born 10 Nov., 1858. 

475 ii. Bertha L.' Stowell, bom 29 March, 1868. 

476 iii. Delia E.' Stowell, bom Nov., 1874. 

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Elsie AJ Davis, daughter of Jarvis^ {Joseph^, John^, John^, Elisha>^ 
James^, James^) and Mary Ann (Jackson) Davis, bom in 
Royalston, 21 March, 1838, married Adriel C. White, 12 
March, 1861. 

One child : 

477 i. Rollin O.' White, bom 17 Sept., 1868, married Daisy L. Hast- 

ings, ^ June, 1892. They had one child, Katheryn E.'° White, 
born in North Orange, 23 July, 1896. 

327* 

Way land F»^ Peck^ son of Lyman and I^rina' (^ Joseph^, John^^ 
John^, Elisha^,James^,James^) (Davis) Peck, bom 23 Oct., 
1830, married Mary Burnett, i Jan., 1855, died 2 July, 1894. 

Children : 

478 i. Stella W.9 Peck. 

479 ii. Estelle' Peck. 

480 iii. Lillian' Peck. 

481 iv. G. Fred' Peck. 

328* 

Philander L^ Peck, son of Lyman and Lorina^ {Joseph^, John^, 
John^, Elisha^, James^, James^) (Davis) Peck, bom 9 May, 
1832, married (i) Roxanna Lewis, 8 May, 1856, married (2) 
Hattie Carter. He lives in Portland, Me, 

Children : 

482 i. EllaW. R.'Peck. 

483 ii. Elvin P.' Peck. 

484 iii. Everett L.' Peck, 



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329* 

Eugene F*^ Peck^ son of Lyman and Lorina^ (/osepA^,/okn^,/okn*y 
Elisha>, James^, James^) (Davis) Peck, bom 14 Dec, 1833, 
married Rose Glazier and lives in Napa, Cal. 

Children : 

485 i. Lyman' Peck. 

486 ii. Pearl' Peck. 

Polena L*^ Pccfc^ daughter of Lyman and Lorina^ {Joseph^ , John^ , 
John^^ Elisha^ , James^ ^ James^) (Davis) Peck, born 12 April, 
1838, married Noah Rankin, 25 Dec, 1862 and lives in 
Erving, Mass. 

Children : 

487 i. Pauline L.' Rankin, born 28 Aug., 1869. 

488 ii. Joseph L.' Rankin, born i Jan., 1871. 



332* 

Nelson F»^ Peck^ son of Lyman and Lorina7 {Joseph^, Johti^^ John^^ 
Elisha^ , James^ , /ames\) (Davis) Peck, born 16 July, 1840, 
married Irene Glazier of Napa, Cal. 

Children : 

489 i. Eva' Peck. 

490 ii. Lillie' Peck. 



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Joseph "W*^ Pecfct son of Lyman and Lorina^ {Joseph^, Joh7i^, J ohn^, 
Elisha^ , James^ ^ James^^ (Davis) Peck, born 23 March, 1842, 
married (i) Rox. Mayo, July, 1863, married (2) Eliza War- 
ner, 1870. He died 13 May, 1894. 

Children : 

491 i. Frank W.' Peck. 

492 ii. Stella M.' Peck. 

493 iii. Flora B.' Peck. 



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336. 

VUurthz Jane^ Peck, daughter of SulUvan and Czarina' {Joseph*, 
/ohn^, John^, Elisha}, Jarms^, Janus') (Davis) Peck, bom lo 
March, 1832, married Stephen Gates. He died in 1865 at 
Burlington, Vt. 

Children : 

494 i. Walter B.* Gates, married Isabella Chandler. They had two 

children : Dorothy" Gates and Stephen*** Gates. 

495 ii. Nellie G.' Gates, married F. M. Barstow. He died in 1899 of 

fever contracted in the Spanish American War. 

She married (2) C. A. Sumner in 1870. 



337. 

Chauncy G^ Peck, son of Stdlivan and Czarina' {Joseph^, John>^ 
Johnny Elisha^, Jatnes^y James') (Davis) Peck, bom 5 April, 
1834, married Mary CoUopy in i860 at Burlington, Vt. 

Children : 

496 i. Warren Lincoln' Peck, living in Chicago. 

497 ii. Mial Davis' Peck, living in Chicago. 

34J. 

Hamilton Sullhran^ Pccfc^ son of Sullivan and Czarina^ {Joseph^, 
John>,John^, Elisha^ , James* ^ James') (Davis) Peck, *bom at 
Royalston, Mass., 22 Oct., 1845, married Selina A. Aiken of 
Hardwick, Vt., 28 June, 1875. 

They have one child : 

498 i. Roy Hamilton' Peck, bom 4 Nov., 1879. 

The following sketch of Hamilton S. Peck was written in 1898, 
by Hon. G. G. Benedict, editor of the Burlington (Vt.) Free 
Press, 

** Hamilton Sullivan Peck, mayor of Burlington, was born in 
Royalston, Mass., Oct. 22, 1845, son of Sullivan and Czarina 
(Davis) Peck. He is of English descent. The branch of the 
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HAMILTON SULLIVAN PECK. 

over twenty generations to John Peck of Bel ton, Yorkshire, 
England, and the motto on the family coat of arms ' Prohitatem 
quam divitias '-probity rather than riches-has characterized many 
of the descendents. The first American ancestor was Joseph 
Peck, who, fleeing from Hingham, England, to avoid religious 
persecution, came to the Plymouth Colony in 1638, and settled in 
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received in a ' little red school house * in his native town ; in 
Athol, Mass., High School ; and in the High School in Burling- 
ton Vt., where he fitted for college. He entered the University 
of Vermont in 1866 with creditable rank as a scholar. While in 
college he became a member of the Sigma Phi fraternity. After 
his graduation he taught school for three years, pursuing at the 
same time the study of law. He was admitted to the Bar of 
Chittenden County, April, 1873, and commenced practice in 
Burlington. He soon established a reputation as one of the rising 
young lawyers of Vermont. In 1878, he was elected State's 
Attorney for Chittenden County and held the office for two years. 
In 1883-5, he was a leading member of the Board of Aldermen 
of Burlington. He held the office of City Judge for six years, 
1888-94. In 1896, he was elected Mayor of Burlington. He 
filled the office with marked ability and credit, and received a 
re-election in 1897 without opposition. He has been an active, 
earnest and working Republican. He became a member of the 
Republican State Committee in 1892, and was its efficient secre- 
tary for four years, 1892-6. He is President of the Republican 
League of Vermont, 1896-8. Mayor Peck is a prominent member 
of the Masonic Order and of the Independent Order of Odd 
Fellows. He has been Master of Burlington Lodge, Free and 
Accepted Masons, is a Mason of the thirty-second degree and a 
member of the Mystic Shrine. Now in the prime of life, he is 
emphatically a * man of progress ' , and if his life and health are 
spared, he will be heard of more hereafter in public life. On Jan. 
28, 1875, he was married to Miss Selina A. Aiken, daughter of 
Hon. D. W. Aiken, of Hardwick, Vt. They have one child : 
Roy Hamilton Peck." 

In 1900, Hamilton S. Peck was elected Judge Advocate Gen- 
eral of the State of Vermont by the Legislature. 

349* 

George E.^ Boydcn, son of Elbridge and Louisa^ (Asahef*, John^, 
Johnny Elisha^, James^, James^) (Davis) Boyden, bom at 
Athol, Mass., Sept., 1840. He moved to Worcester with his 
parents and was connected with his father in the business of 
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a wide reputation for their good work and some of the finest 
buildings of their time were planned by them. He married 
Helen M. Holman. He died 19 Oct., 1885, aged 45 years. 

They had one son : 

499 i. George Melville' Boyden, born 27 Oct., 1870, died 11 Aug., 1871, 

350. 

Mason Amos^ Boyden^ son of Elbridge and Louisa^ {Asahel^, 
John^.Jakn^, Elisha^,/ames^,James^) (Davis) Boyden, born 
ill Worcester, Mass., 7 Sept., 1848, was a surveyor by occu- 
pation. He married Cornelia Muzzy. 

One child : 

500 1. Herbert C Boyden, bom 23 April, 1873. 



364* 

Edward AJ Goddard^ son of Josiah^ (Anna^, John>^ John^^ Elisha}^ 
James* y Jatnes^ Davis) and Miranda (White) Goddard, bom 
in Orange, 28 Oct., 1845, was educated in the public schools 
of that place and in Academy at Westfield. He worked on 
the farm, then clerked it for T. E. Bridge, and at one time 
was in business with Whitney Bros, and with Barker & God- 
dard. Was selectman from 1887 almost continuously until 
1 901, was postmaster in '92, 93, and ^94, and was representa- 
tive to General Court in 1890. Has been water commissioner 
and superintendent of streets. He was trustee of the Orange 
Savings Bank and vice president of the Orange Electric 
Light Company. No man has been more prominent in public 
affairs in Orange. He died 26 April, 1901. He married, 6 
Jan., 1869, Ella S. Holmes. 

They have three children : 

501 i. Josiah H.' Goddard. 

502 ii. Susanne E.' Goddard. 

503 iii. Luna M.' Goddard. 



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Henry F»* Cowdtcyf son of John and Amanda^ (Anna^, /oAn^, 
/ohn^y E/isha^, James^ James^ Davis) (Gbddard) Cowdrey, 
bom 12 Nov., 1837, married Lois A. Knight, 25 May, i860, 
died 19 Feb., 1889. 

Children : 

504 i. Florence Lucy' Cowdrey, born 19 Oct., 1861, living at Providence, 

R. I. 

505 ii. Gertrude Francina' Cowdrey, bom 4 Sept., 1863, living at Prov- 

iden<;e, R. I. 

506 iii. Fred Henry' Cowdrey, bom 24 Oct., 1869, living at Providence, 

R. I. 

507 iv. Grace Emma' Cowdrey, born 19 Oct., 1875, died 20 July, 1889. 

366* 

Mary A»^ Q)wdrcy^ daughter of John and Amanda7 {Anna^, 
John^ , John^ , Elisha^ , James* , James^ Davis) (Goddard) Cow- 
drey, bom 10 Sept., 1842, married Joseph' H. Brown, 6 June, 
1865. 
Children : 

508 i. Fannie Emma' Brown, born at Cambridge, 20 Oct., 1866, married 

Chas. W. Stoddard, 19 Nov., 1882. 

509 ii. Major John' Brown, bom 11 June, 1871, died 13 June, 1871. 

510 iii. Bertha Amanda' Brown, born 10 June, 1876. 

511 iv. Joseph Henry' Brown Jr., born 13 Sept., 1882. 

367* 

Edward L*^ Goddard^ son of Sanford7 (Anna^, John^, John^^ 
Elisha^, James*, James"^ Davis) and Julia R. (Kendall) God- 
dard, born at Royalston, 31 Jan., 1836, married Euphemia 
M. Hildreth at Shelbum Falls, Mass., 25 May, 1859. She 
was born in Lowell, 12 Oct., 1840, died at Turners Falls, 22 
Sept., 1898. 

Children : 

512 i. George Andrew' Goddard, born at Turners Falls, 6 Nov., 1866, 

married Mrs. Mary Ann Carville of Denver, Col. 

513 ii. Clara Pearl' Goddard, bom at Turners Falls, 22 June, 1868, 

married William W. Ward of Turners Falls, 4 Sept., 1895. 
5t4 iii. Nellie Louise' Goddard, born at Turners Falls, i Feb., 1861, 
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368* 

Elvira Ann^ Goddard^ daughter of Sanford7 {Anna^, John^, John^, 
Elisha}, James^, James"^ Davis) and Julia R. (Kendall) God- 
dard, born 14 Aug., 1837, at Royalston, married 25 March, 
1857 to George C. Kaulback of Montague, Mass. 

Children : 

515 i. Frank L.' Kaulback, bom at Montague, Mass., 15 Dec, 1858, 

died in Conway, Mass., 5 June, 1871. 

516 ii. G. Harry' Kaulback, bom at Union, Conn., 5 Oct., 1859, married 

Mattie Arms of Greenfield, Mass., 5 Oct., 1886. 

517 iii. Leila E.' Kaulback, born at Montague, Mass., 5 Nov., 1861, 

married John J. Cronan, of Detroit ,Mic^., 27 July, 1887. 

518 iv. Minnie G.' Kaulback, bom at Conway, Mass., 15 Sept., 1866, 

married Frank Barr, of Alleghany, Pa., '27 June 1900. 

519 V. Charles J.' Kaulback, born at Conway, Mass., 24 Aug., 1868, 

married Alice Wohnlich, 27 Oct., 1896, at Detroit, Mich. 

520 vi. Addie G.' Kaulback, born at Conway, Mass., 7 Oct., 1871. 

521 vii. Frank S.' Kaulback, born at Sandy Creek, N. Y., 19 July, 1878. 
521 viii. Edward D.' Kaulback, born at Sandy Creek, N. Y., 27 Nov., 1881. 

George H»^ Goddard^ son of Sanford^ {Anna^.John^, Johnny Elisha^, 
James^, James^ Davis) and Julia R. (Kendall) Goddard, born 
at Barre, 24 Nov., 1844, married Juliette Hammond, 9 Dec, 
1875. 
Children : 

523 i. Cora Seaffie' Goddard, born at Barre, 19 Jan., 1877, died 13 Feb., 

1878. 

524 ii. Harriet May' Goddard, born at Barre, 3 Feb., 1882. 

525 iii. Sara Hammond' Goddard, born at Barre, 9 Dec, 1886. 

372* 

Julia Pl^ Goddard^ daughter of Sanford^ {Anna^, John\, John^, 
Elisha^ y James^ , James^ Davis) and Julia R. (Kendall) God- 
dard, bom at Montague, 9 Feb., 1847, married Darwin F. 
Hamilton of Montague, Mass., i June, 1871. 

Children : 

526 i. Caroline E.' Hamilton, born at Greenfield, 13 JuJy, 1872. 

527 ii. Herbert F.' Hamilton, born at Greenfield, 5 Aug., 1875. 

528 iii. Ernest D.' Hamilton, born at Greenfield, 19 April, 1877. 

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Ada Marietta^ White, daughter of Charles H. and Marietta* 
(^Lo7anna7,/ohn^, John^, John^, Elisha^, James*, James^ Davis) 
(Merriam) White, born 14 March, 1862, married William T. 
Rogers, 24 Dec, 1891. 

Children : 

530 i. Donald Graydon'° Rogers, bom 14 Oct., 1892. 

531 ii. Marguerite*^ Rogers, bom 13 Feb., 1895. 



38^ 

Fred Waterman^ White, son of Charles H. and Marietta* {Lo- 
rannaT , John^, Johii^, John^, Elisha^, James^, James^ Davis) 
(Merriam) White, born 14 June, 1868, married Mary Lee, 
4 Oct., 1897. 

One child : 
532 i. Herbert Waterman *° White, born 9 April, 1898. 



383* 

George "Washington^ Spencer, son of George W. Spencer and 
Mary H.* {Melinda'^, John^, John^, John^, Elisha^, James^y 
James^ Davis) (Johnson) Spencer, born at Providence, R. I. , 
31 March, i860, married to Nancy Edna Sarle, 25 Dec, 
1888. She was born at Warwick, R. I., 13 June. 1858. He 
is a real estate dealer by occupation. 

Children : 

533 i. George Washington*° Spencer, 3rd, bom at Providence, 8 May, 

1891. 

534 ii. Celia Westcott'° Spencer, born at Cranston, R. I., 24 Sept., 1892. 

535 iii. William *° Spencer, born at Warwick, R. I., 29 Jan., 1896. 

536 iv. Mary Elizabeth*° Spencer, born at Concord, Mass., 6 Dec, 1897. 

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385* 

Henry Davis^ Johnson^ son of Albert^ {MelindaT, John^, John>, 
John^, Elisha^, James^, James^ Davis) and Adelaide (Phinney) 
Johnson, born 26 May, 1858, at Orange^ Mass. Was con- 
ductor on Fitchburg railroad. Married Ida Wagner of 
Orange, 27 Nov., 1878. He died 16 Sept., 1885. She died 
16 Sept., 1882. 

Children : 

538 i. Charles Albert *° Johnson, born 8 May, 1880. Employed in New 

Home Sewing Machine Co. 

539 ii. Edith Adelaide" Johnson, born 1 June, 1882. 



396- 

Charles Howe^ Howard, son of Nelson S.^ {/oanna^, John^, John^, 
John^, Elisha^y James^, James^ Davis) and Sarah M. (Howe) 
Howard, bom in Princeton, Mass., 9 May, 1864. Married 
Mary Edner Mason, 23 Dec, 1886. 

One child : 

540 i. George Nelson" Howard, born at Deerfield, N. H., 28 Sept., 
J887. 



397* 

Henry Brayton^ Howard, son of Nelson S.^ {JoannaT , John^ , John^ , 
John^, Elisha^, James^y James'^ Davis) and Sarah M. (Howe) 
Howard, born in Princeton, Mass., 10 Oct., 1865. Married 
Lauretta Fay, 11 Oct., 1887. 

Children : 

Harold Brayton" Howard, born 13 April, 1889. 
Clifton Perry *° Howard, born 18 Sept., 1891 . 
Lawrence Fay" Howard, born 17 July, 1893. 
Philip Adams*° Howard, born ijan., 1895. 
Dorothy Lauretta" Howard, born Sept., 1897. 
Richmond Howe" Howard, born^ay, 1898. 



541 


1. 


542 


ii. 


543 


iii. 


544 


iv. 


545 


V. 


546 


vi. 



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398* 

Alice Joanna^ Howard^ daughter of Nelsoa S.^ (^ Joanna^, John^, 
Johv>, John^, Elisha^, James^, James^ Davis) and Sarah M. 
(Howe) Howard, bom at Princeton, Mass., 6 May, 1868. 
Married Alfred Wheaton Wild, 28 Dec., 1898. 

One child : 

547 i. Mabel Elizabeth" Wild, born 11 Dec, 1899. 



407. 

Henry L.^ Davis^ vson of Nelson D.^ {DexterT, John^, Johv>, John^, 
Elisha> , James^ , James^) and Adelaide M. (Wescott) Davis, 
born 20 Aug., 1856, died 7 Aug., 1900. Married Phebe M. 
White, 18 Jan., 1877. 

Children : 

548 i. William" Davis, born 1878, killed by cars, March, 1896. 

549 ii. Adeline" Davis, born 4 May, 1882. 



Emma Aj Davis, daughter of Nelson D.* {Dexter^ , John^ , Johfi^ , 
John^, Elisha^, James^, James^) and Julia E. (Baker) Davis, 
bom 8 June, 1868. Married John C. Roe, i March, 1888. 

Children : 

550 i. Florence Roe", born Nov., 1888, died Sept., 1895. 

551 ii. Stanley N." Roe, born 23 Sept., 1890. 

552 iii. Harry" Roe, born April, 1895. 

553 iv. Earl" Roe, born March, 1897. 



4J3* 

Cornelius H*^ Davis, son of Erastus^ {Norris'^, Johnny John^, John^, 
Elisha^ , James^ , James^) and Mary T. (Harrison) Davis, born 



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26 July, 1857. Is a jeweler by occupation and is doing 
business at Philipsburg, Pa. Married Emma T. Showalter, 
13 June, 1880. 

Children : 

554 i. Mary E." Davis, born 16 April, 1881. 

555 ii. Metta-Morra'° Davis, born 16 April, 1885. 

556 iii. Myrtle" Davis, born 18 Oct., 1890. 

557 iv. Vernoy C.'° Davis, born 18 July, 1898. 



416. 

Nelson Norris^ Davis^ son of Erastus^ {Norris^, Johnny John^, 
Johnny Elisha^y James*y James^) and Mary T. (Harrison) 
Davis, born in Pennsylvania, 11 Aug., 1866. Married 
Margaret M. Hudson, 24 Oct., 1889. Is a jeweler by 
occupation. 

Children : 

558 i. Robert H.*° Davis, bom 27 Aug., 1890. 

559 ii. Wilber A.*° Davis, born 17 Aug., 1892. 

560 iii. Clarence'^ Davis, born 27 Feb., 1894. 

561 iv. Susan *° Davis, born 10 Jan., 1895. 

562 V. Laura" Davis, bom 21 Sept., 1896. 



4J8* 

"Wilbcr "W.^ Davis^ son of Erastus^ {Norris'^,John^,John^,John^, 
Elisha^ y James^ y James^) and Mary T. (Harrison) Davis, born 
in Pennsylvania, 26 March, 1872. Married Clara A. 
Southard, 20 Dec, 1893. Jeweler by occupation. 

One child : 

563 i. Lucille H.'° Davis, born 21 Nov., 1894. 



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PERRY. 

John' Pcfiy^ born in Swansea, Mass., 9 Oct., 1733. Married (i) 
Sarah . She was bom 16 March, 1734, died 1760. 

They had four children < 

2 i. Mathew' Perry, bom 26 May, 1754. Married Ruth Hathaway, 

1778. 

3 ii. Elizabeth* Perry, born 6 Sept., 1755. Married Peter Sampson, 

1773- 

4 iii. Susanna' P«*y# born 9 Oct., 1757. Married James Chase, 1775. 

5 iv. JeiathrueP Perry, born 16 May, 1759, died aged 6 weeks. 

Married (2) Mary Bray ton, 11 May, 1760. She was bom in 
Newport, R. I., March, 1740. 

They had ten children : 



I 



i. Loranna' P««y# t)orn 14 March, 1761, died 3 March, 1800. Married 

John* Davis, (see page 181.) 
ii. Diadama* Perry, born 14 March, 1761, died aged 3 days, 
iii. Martha* Perry, born 22 Dec, 1762. Married Joseph Story of 
New Salem, 1781. 
9 iv. John* Perry, born 4 March, 1765. 

10 V. Bray ton* Perry, born i April, 1767. Married Miss Wheeler. 

11 vi. Gamaiel* Perry, bom 6 Sept., 1769. 

12 vii. Josiah* Perry, born 15 Nov., 1773, died 17 June, 1776. 

13 viii. Isaac S.* Perry, born 11 Sept., 1774. 

14 ix. Darius* Perry, born 18 Aug., 1776. 

15 X. Mary* Perry, born 28 Dec, 1778. Married Mr. Calhoon. 



4. 

Susanna^ PcttYf daughter of John' and Sarah ( ) Perry, born 

in Swansea, Mass., 9 Oct., 1757, died i Feb., 1843. Married 
James Chase of Swansea, 29 Oct., 1775. He was born 16 
June, 1746, died 4 April, 1821. 



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i6 


i. 


17 


ii. 


18 


iii. 


19 


iv. 


20 


V. 


21 


vi. 


22 


vii. 


23 


viii. 


24 


ix. 


25 


X. 


26 


xi. 


27 


xii. 



WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 223 

They had fourteen children : 

Mathew' Chase, born 7 Aug., 1776, died 29 July, 1838. 
Sarah^ Chase, born 25 Oct., 1777, died i Sept, 1852. 
EzekieP Chase, born 7 March, 1779, died 2 Oct., 1798. 
Robert^ Chase, born 19 April, 1781, died 7 April, 1810. 
Mark^ Chase, born 30 Sept., 1782, died 8 June, 1809. 
Perry^ Chase, born 26 Sept., 1784. 
Luke^ Chase, born 13 Aug., 1786, died 18 Dec, 1786. 
Buffington^ Chase, born 3 Nov., 1788, died 10 Dec, 1789. 
Samuel B.^ Chase, born i April, 1790. 
Elizabeth^ Chase, born 21 Sept., 1792, died 10 June, 1828. 
Susanna^ Chase, born 21 Dec, 1794, died 6 March, 1845. 
James^ Chase, born 17 April, 1796, died 19 Aug., 1797. 

28 xiii. James^ Chase, born 23 Sept., 1797. 

29 xiv. Lorana^ Perry Chaset born 6 Jan., •1800, 11 July, 1880. 



29* 

Lorana Perry' Chase, daughter of James and Susanna* {John') 
(Perry) Chase, bom 6 Jan., 1800, died 11 July, 1880. 
married Jonathan Anthony. He was born 14 Dec., 1795, 
died I March, 1850. 

They had five children : 

30 i. James Emory* Anthony, born 26 Jan., 1824, died 7 Jan., 1825. 

31 ii. Elizabeth Perry* Anthony, born 20 Jan., 1826, died July, 1842. 

32 iii. Mary Jane* Anthonyt born 28 Sept., 1827. 

33 iv. Lois Richmond* Anthony, bom 21 Jan., 1830. Married Wm. 

Mason, i Jan., 1866. She died 23 May, 1867. 

34 V. Irene Shaw* Anthony, born 27 March, 1840. Married Justus 

Watkins of Austinville, Pa. 



Z2. 

Mary Jane* Anthony, daughter of Jonathan and Lorana Perry^ 
{Susanna^, John^) (Chase) Anthony, born 28 Sept., 1827. 
Married Lafayette Nichols, 2 Nov., 1845. He was bom at 
North Kingston, R. I., 8 July, 1824, died at Fall River, 
Mass., 27 Dec, 1896. 



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They had four children : 



35 i. Annie Elizabeth* Nichols, bom 24 Aug., 1847. 

36 ii. Albert Lafayette* Nichols, born 27 July, 1849. 

37 iii. Mary Ella* Nichols, bom 2 Nov., 1851. 
iv. Sarah Lorana* Nichols^ bom 26 June, 1854. 



36* 



§ 



Albert Lafayette^ Nichols, son of Lafayette and Mary Jane* 
{Lorana^, Susanna*^ John^) (Anthony) Nichols, bom 27 
July, 1849. Married (i) Phebe Bailey Gifford, 21 March, 
1870 ; (2) Georgine Frances Brownell, 6 Nov., 1890. 



38* 

Sarah Lorana^ Nichols, daughter of Lafayette and Mary Jane* 
{Lorana^, Susanna^ ^ John^) (Anthony) Nichols, bom 26 
June, 1854. Married John Davis* Warden. They had two 
children, "(see page 22.) 



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NOTE. All persons of the name of Warden (by birth or marriage) are 
indexed under their christian names in Index A. All other persons 
are indexed under their surnames in Index B. 



INDEX A. 



Aaron, 




140 


Benjamin, 68, 92, 147, 


148, 154, 155 


Abbie L., 




58 


156. 




Abbie Louise, 


12 


i, 20, 191 


Benjamin Arthur, 


152 


Abbie Nichols, 




22 


Benjamin C, 


93, 94, 95 


Abigail, i, 3, 39, 41, 


108, 


109, 114 


Benjamin F., 


140, 148, 154 


Abram, 




85 


Betsey, 71, 73, 74 
Bucklin, 


, 76, 105, 165 


Ada Josephine, 




123 


108, 109, 113 


Ada Maud, 




89 


Calista, 


119 


Adam, 




160 


Carl C, 


114, 117 


Adelia, 




108 


Caroline Merri wether 


» 113 


Agness, 
Ajulia, 




166 


Catherine, 


182 




109 


Catherine A., 133, 


134, 135, 136 


Ajulia Leonard, 




109 


Catherine Anna, 


123, 126 


Alexander, 




141, 142 


Catherine E., 122, 123, 


124, 131, 132 


Alfred R., 




87,89 


Catherine Ethel, 


131 


Alice, 




163 


Catherine Holmes, 


6,8 


Alice J., 




64 


Catherine Wright, 


73 


Alice L., 




116 


Charity, 


103 


Alice McBlair, 




102 


Charles, 6, 9, 18, 19, 


113, 142, 154 


Allen, 108, 109, no. 


III, 


112, 113 


Charles Allen, 


109, 114 


116, 117. 






Charles Guy, 


124, 132 


Allen F., 




Ii3» 117 


Charles F.. 


64 


Alpheus Reed, 




119 


Charles Franklin, 


26, 29 


Amanda, 86, 88, 94, 95, 


108, 


no, 147 


Charles Stillman, 


9, 18 


Amanda Rebecca, 




123 


Charles W., 


152, 156 


America Catherine, 




121 


Christine Wheeler, 


116 


Americus, 




120 


Clara, 


108 


Angelina, 




109, no 


Clara N., 


113 


Anglina, 




93» 95 


Clarence, 


75, 76 


Ann, 63, 125, 127, 


128, 


130, 143 


Clarence Arthur, 


129, 139 


Ann Kerr, 




127 


Clarence Percival, 


76 


Anna, 68, 69, 70, 79, 


109, 


113, 149 


Clarissa, 


108 


163, 164. 






Clarissa F., 


144 


Anna Eliza, 




93, 94 


Clifford, 


124, 131 


Anna Ross, 




65, 74 


Clyde, 


155 


Annie, 96, 117, 


129, 


137, 154 


Congrave J., 


104, 105 


Annie E., 


64. 


122, 125 


Cora A., 


88,91 


Annie Lucy, 




124, 131 


Daisy, 


156 


Antoinelle Randall, 




113 


Daniel, 63, 


140, 141, 142 


Appleton, 


59, 60, 61 


David, 


92, 93, 96 


Arthur, 




. 163 


David Bailie, 


100, lOl 


Arthur Henry, 




144 


David Rokohl, 


127, 134 


Arthur Hills, 




156 


Delfina Harrington, 


62 


Augusta H., 




60 


Delilah, 


93,96 


Augustus, 
Barbara, 




60 


Delno Homer, 


119 




129 


Delno Wright, 


119 


Belle, 




86 


Dennis R., 


93.96 



15 



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WARDEN FAMILY GENEAXOGY. 



Dorcas, 140 

Dwight Sattterlcc, 1 16 

Earl Frederic, 30 

Edith, 129, 138, 166 

Edna S., 90 

Edward, 76 

Edward Clarence, 77 

Edward Mitchell, 75, 76 

Eleanor, • 104* 124 

Eleanor Gray, 129, 137 

Elijah, 103, 104, 105 

Elisha, 108 
Eliza, 43» 63, 64, 140, 143 

Eliza Ann, 30 

Eliza Bailie, 102 

Eliza Caroline, 109 

Eliza Jane, 93, 95 

Eliza M., 93, 96 
Elizabeth, i, 3, 18, 19, 61, 62, 67, 68 

69. 71. 92, 97' 98» 99» ioi» M3 

144, 146, 149, 160, 163, 164, 165 
166. 

Elizabeth Beal, 61 

Elizabeth Kinkead, 127 

Elizabeth Wilson, 113 

Ella M., 25 

Ellen, 75, 141, 142 

Ernest, 1^4 

Ethan Allen, 108, 109, 1 14 

Ethel, 117, 142 

Eugene French, 152 

Euphia, 103 

Evelyn, 96 

Florence C, 89 

Florence D., 26, 28 

Frances, 105 
Francis, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74 

76, 77- 

Francis Falkner, 77 

Francis Little, 75 

Frank Herbert, 124, 132 

Fiank Hurst, 89 

Franklin, 149 

Franklin R., 87, 90 

Frederick Albert, 22, 30 

Gabriel, 118 

George, 63, 64, loi, 122, 143, 147 

165. 

George B., 118 

George Elwynn, 124, 131 

George Washington, 121 

Grace, 156 

Grace Bushnell, 137 

Grace Richardson, 77 

Grome, 160 

Guy, 77 

Guy Lee, 155 



H. P., 

Hannah, 

Harold C, 

Harriet, 

Harriet Jane, 

Harriet Randall, 

Harry. 

Hatty, 

Hazel, 

Henrietta, 

Henrietta Hutchins, 

Henry, 

Henry H., 

Henry Hughes, 

Henry Prince, 

Henry Ross, 

Henry T., 

Hephzibah E., 

Herbert, 

Herbert Clifford, 

Herbert Watson, 

Herbert Watson, Jr., 

Hiram Cory, 

Homer Jones, 

Horatio Moore, 

Horatio Page, 

Hosea Gilford, 

Hubert Pascal, 

Hubert Pascal, Jr., 



159 

63, 143 

90 

114, 116 

9 

^ "5 
88. 156 

93. 95 

96 

93» 94 

119 

6, 129, 137 

75 

60, 61, 62 

61 

73 
118 

64 
129 

131 
139 
139 
118 

118, 119 
118 

127, 136 
119 

152, 157 
157 



Hugh, 100, loi, 102, 159, 160, i6i'j 

162. 
Isaac, 147 

Isaac Appleton, 61 

Isabella, 72 

J. Berta, 107 

Jackson M., 104 

Jacob, 147, 148, 149, 151, 152, 154 

156, 157. 
Jacob Benjamin, 148, 154 

James, 63, 64, loi, 102, 103, 145, 146 

147, 154, 160, 161. 162, 163, 164 
James, Jr., 63 

James Avery Satterlee, 113, 115 
James Bailie, 102 

James G., 104 

James Kellogg, 109, 114, 117 

James Kent, 116 

James Lemuel, 93 

James M., 85, 86, 88, 89, 90, 91, 149 

155. 

James T., 105 

James Vannort, 155 

James Walter, 122, 129 
Jane, 63, loi, 14T, 142, 165 

Jane C, 60 

Jane Lockhart, 129 

Janet, 160 



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227 



Jarvis, 
Jeen, 
Jesse, 
Jessie, 

Jessie Miller, 
Joanna C, 



104 

160, 161 

92 

93 

113 

88, 89, 90, 91 



John, I, 6, 8, 10, 12, 20, 22, 24, 63 

64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 73, 83 

84, 85, 103, 104, 140, 142, 147 

154, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165 

166, 182, 183, 191. 

John, Jr., 64; 105 

John Allen, 163, 164 

John Arthurs, 122, 126, 127, 133, 134 

I35» 136. 

John B., . 120 

John Baptist, 121 
John Byers, 120, 121, 125, 127, 128 

130. 135. 

John C, 104 

John Clifford, , 131 

John Cusick, 147 
John Davis, 12, 22, 30, 191 

John Emerson, 26, 29 

John R., 93, 94 

John William, 166 

Jonathan, 120 

Joseph, 92, 93, 143 

Joseph C, 93, 94 

Joseph Dunn, loi 

Joseph Leeds, 122, 130 

Josephine, 93, 94 

Josiah Allen, 109 

Judah, 108, 109 

Julia H., 113 

Juliana Smith, 75 

Juliet, 76, 127 

Juliet Pierpont, 75, 77 

Juliet Rokohl, 126, 133 

Julius C, 149, 154 

Kate, 154, 166 

Katherine Patten, 76 

La Reine Alberta, 157 

Lavenia F., 106 

Leander Americus, 121, 123, 124 

Leo Lewis, 121, 122, 130 

Lewis Moore, 118 

Lily, 149 

Lilly M., 117 

Lillian, 164 

Lina J., 18 

Lizzie Elizabeth, 125 

Louis 11., 113, 116 

Louisa, 113, 129 

Louise A., 130 

Lucia Alice, 139 

Lucinda, 116, 117 



Lucinda Vannort, 

Lucius Moore, 

Lucy, 

Lulu B., 

Lydia, 

Lydia A., 

Lydia Susanna, 

Mabel C, 

Magdalin, 

Maggie, 

Marcus, 



154, 155. 156 

118 

154 

19 

64 

113 

76, 77 

116 

147 
165, 166 
140 



Margaret, 69, 86, 88, loi, 103, 141 

142, 163. 

Margaret A., 102 

Margaret Ellen, 93, 95 

Margaret Leas, 148 
Maria, , 77, 93, 94, 142 

Mariah, 109 

Marion, 92, 93 

Martha, 63, 105, 120 

Martha C, 64 

Martha S., 106, 107 
Mary, 64, 68, 69, 72, 79, 88, 104, 118 

122, 125, 129, 138, 140, 147, 156 

157, 162, 166. 

Mary Adaline, 148, 152 

Mary Alice, 123 

Mary Ann, 109, no, 118 

Mary Ashby, 156 

Mary E., 86 

Mary Elizabeth, 9, 144 

Mary F., 60 

Mary G., 94 

Mary L., 113 
Mary Leas, 148, 149, 151, 152, 154 

Mary Louise, 12^, 130 

Mary Lucinda, 155 

Mary Pauline, 152, 153 

Maud L., 88 

Mildred M., 90 

Millie A., 94 

Minnie A. H., 75 

Minnie E., 18 

Miriam, 2, 3, 4 

Miriam Bell, 6, 7 

Mona, 118 

Morgan, 86 

Moses, 14a 

Myron, 109 

Nabby, 3 
Nancy, 6, 88, 103, 120, 121, 122 

Nancy E., 87, 91 

Nancy E. McCuskey, 86 

Naomi, 63 
Narcissa, 8, 11, 12, 20, 22, 24, 183 

Nathaniel, 103, 118 

Nellie, 113, 117, 123 



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WAm>BK PAMII^T GBNRAIXX^Y. 



Nelson Bnshnell, 


129 


Nimrod, 


147. 149 


Nomia, 


93- 


Oakley. 


154 


Paul, 


89 


Paulina, 


64 


Pauline, 


89^ 155 


Pearl, 


^ 


Percy, 


64 


Permelia, 


104 


Permillie, 


93*55 


Peter, 


140 


Peter, Jr., 


140 


Phoebe, 


93 


Prince, 


154 


Rachel Ross, 


74* 75 


Randall Dnncan, 


116 


Randolph, 


I 


Raymond, 


64 


Raymond C, 


90 


Rebecca, 


120, 122 


Rebecca A., 


104. 105 


Rebecca Joanna, 


121, 124 


Reginald Edward, 


76 


Rex A., 


117 


Rhea, 


89 


Ripha, 
Rcfcert, 


109 


100, loi, 160 



Robert Augustine, 122, 123, 124 
Robert Bruce, 120, 121, 124, 131,132 
Robert E. Wickett, 155 

Roseay liner, 155 

Roswell Randall, 113 

Ruba, 117 

Ruth, 67 

S. J., 106 

Sallie, 105, 109, no, in 

Sallie Antoinelle, 113, 116 

Samuel, i, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, xo, 19, 33 

^, 66, 67, 69, 70, 7 ^ 72, 85, 86 

88, 120, 121, 122, 140. 
Samuel, Jr., 3, 140 

Samuel Watson, 87, 89 

Sarah. 30, 68, 69, 71, 72, 73, 104, 

142, 143, 147, 148, 149. 165. 
Sarah Bird, 129, 138 

Sarah E., 148 

Sarah Gorman, 73, 74 

Sarah Hubbard, 113 

Sarah Jane, 109 

Sarah Seeley, 118 

Sarah W., 137, 138, 139 

Sarah Wells, 137 

Satterlee, 109, in, 112, 113, 115, 116 
Scotta, 147 

Scotta Ann, 148, 149 

Silas. 140 



Silas Seeley, 118 

Stanley Claggett, 155 

Susan, 60, 61, 117, 119, 127 

Susan, L. A., 93 

Susan Milliken, 102 

Susan Rosetta, 119 

Susan Withers, 61, 62 

Susanna, 92, loi, 102 

Tamasin, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9. 10 

Thadius, 104 

Thomas, 65, 66^ 67, 68, 69, 70, 71 

72, 78, 93* 143- 
Thomas Beal, 61 

Thomas Bestow, 144 

Thomas F., 104, 106 

Turner Ashby, 152, 153 

Vera, 76 

Vincent E. O., 19 

Violet Pearl, 96 

W. H., 107 

Walter Bistles, 144 

WUliam, 5, 43, 63, 69, 71, 72, 73 

85, 86, 88, 92, 93, 97, 98, 103 

141, 143, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149 

I5i» 152, I54» I55» 156, I57» 163 

164, 165, 166. 
William A., 50 

William Albert, 12, 24, 25, 26, 191 
William B., 149 

William D., 64, 106 

William Davis, 75 

William E., 104, 105, 106, 107 

William Francis, 77, 78 

William Frederick, 144 

William Grey, 122. 128, 129, 137 

138. 139- 
William H., 106, 107 

William Henry Frye, 155 

William Herbert, 76 

William J., 86,158 

William James. 89 

William Jacob, 148, 149, 151, 152 

156, 157. 
William L., 75, 77 

William M., 87, 88 

William Oakes, 77 

William Robert, 102 

William Ross. 74, 75, 77 

William Satterlee, 113 

William Seeley, 118 

William Vincent, 26, 28 

William Wallace, 121, 123, 131, 132 

145, 146, 147, 148, I49» 151 » 152 

I54» I55» 156. 157. 
Warden Bros., 24 

Warden & Phelps, 24 

Zachariah; 85. 154 



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INDEX B. 



Adams, Betsey, 


158 


Susie, 


196 


Aiken, D. W., 


214 


Selina A., 


212, 214 


Albany, Duke of. 


75 


Alden, John, 


42 


Martha, 


42 


Alega, Eliza, 


104 


Alexander, Rev. Mr., 


86 


Allen, Rev. Mr., 


82 


Benj., 


6 


Noah, 


178 


James, 


6 


Almy, Ann, 


45 


Ames, Gov., 


25 


Anderson, Rev. Thos., 


73 


Andrews family. 


97 


Elizabeth, 


73 


Anthony, Elizabeth Perry, 223 


Hepsabeth, 


187 


Irene Shaw, 


223 


Jonathan, 


223 


James Emory, 


223 


Lois Richmond, 


223 


Mary Jane, 


223 


Arbuckle Bros., 


135 


Margaret, 


132 


John, 
Thomas, 


132 


132 


Arms, Mattie, 


217 


Arnagog, Laird of, 


159 


Arthur, Mary T., 


156 


Arthurs, 


122 


Ashby, Ann, 


158 


Betsey, 


158 


Elizabeth, 


158 


Dorothea, 


158 


French, 


158 


Helen, 


158 


John, Capt., 


152, 158 


John, Jr., 


158 


Kate, 


158 


Lucy, 


152 


Marshall, 


158 


Martha, 


158 


Mary, 


158 


Mary Wade, 


152, 158 



Ashby, Nimrod, 

Patsie, 

Philip, 

Samuel, 

Strother, 

Thomson, 

Turner, 

Turner, Gen., 

William, 
Athol, Duke of, 
Austin, Rev. S., 
Ayers, Edward, 

John, 

Mary, 

Samuel, 
Babcock, D. Marshall, 
Bache, Kate, 
Bacon, Elizabeth A., 

Geo. H., 

Loring, 

Mary, 

Sanford S., 

Susan M., 

Sherman, 
Badgeron, Joseph, 

Joseph An^on, 
Bagley, Silence, 
Bailie, Elizabeth, 
Bailey, Elizabeth, 

Hannah, 

James, 

Mary Ann, 

Resolve, 
Baker, Alberta, 

Desire, 

Julia E., 

Mary M., 

Melinda, 

Nathaniel, 

Sarah, 
Ballon, Angl^lia, 

Alamand<i^, 

Alice E., 

Alphonse A., 

Antantia, 

Betsey, 

Clarinda, 



158 
158 
158 
158 
158 
158 

152, 158 
152 

152, 158 
159 
3 
173 
173 
170 

173 

199 

202 

197 

197 

197 

52 

197 

197 

197 

95 

95 

54 

100 

171 

171 

171 

43 
42 
157 
34 
202 
186 
186 
199 

I75» 179 
194, 208 
194, 207 
208 
194, 2C8 

194, 208 

54 
194 



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230 



WARDEN FAMII^Y GBNEALOGY. 



Ballou, Clarissa, 


207, 208 


209 


Barrett, Samuel, 


73 


Czarina, 




194 


Barry, Samuel, 


180 


Devillo, 


194. 


208 


Barton, Alice M., 


18 


Emeransa, 




208 


Charles H., 


18 


Emma, 




194 


Bartlett, Hattie E., 


19 


Harrison H., 




S 


Bates, Frank, 


192 


Herbert C, 




Mary, 


192 


Jeannette M., 




209 


Ruth, 


192 


Joseph, 




^ 


Baxter, Jane, 


165 


Lorenzo, 


194 


Beal, Elizabeth, 


60 


Lorenzo Davis, 




208 


Beartell, Ann, 


69 


Lorina, 


194 


209 


Bedell, Caleb C, 


187 


Luther, 194, 


207, 208 


209 


Beighton, Lydia, 


32 


Madge D., 




209 


Belden, Mr., 


• 43 


Martha S., 




105 


Bell, Abigail, 2 


31 > 33' 34 


Mary Angelia, 




208 


Elizabeth, 


33. 42 


Sophia, 


194 


207 


Daniel, 2, 3, 31, 32, 


33. 34, 35 


Waldo R., 


194, 


209 


Daniel, Jr., 


34 


Bancroft, Chester, 




185 


David, 


33. 34 


Clara, 




185 


Deborah, 


33, 34 


Barber, Alice Jane, 




16 


Desire, 


34,35 


Arthur James, 




16 


Hannah, 


33 


Charies, 




16 


Henderson M., 


' ."' 152 


Charles Herbert, 




16 


John, 


'. 33,34 


Ernest Timothy, 




16 


Katherine, 


" 33 


Harry Reuel, 




205 


Martha, 


33 


Henry Davis, 


192, 


205 


Miriam, i, 2 


^3, 33, 34 


Lucy, 




205 


Samuel, 


33 


Lucy Ann, 




183 


Sarah, . 


33, 34 


Reuel, 


192, 


205 


Thomas, 


33.J.34 


Walte-. 




7 


William, 


33,34 


Barker, Elizabeth, 




62 


Benedict, G. G., ' 


^212 


Elizabeth Cushing, 




62 


James, 


•>,. ^'^ 


& Goddard, 




215 


Benet, Priscilla, 


... 51 


Judith Drew, 




62 


Benny, Mr., 


• .122 


Josiah, 




62 


Benoit, Edward E., 


l^^oo 


Louise Beal, 




62 


Benjamin, John, 


^T ..32 


Maria, 




186 


• Bernard, David Meade, 


"\ isS 


Marion Appleton, 




62 


Berry, Mehitable, 


V 184 


Susan , 




186 


Bestow, Eneanor, 


144 


Wm. Bowen, 




62 


Beuker, Mary, 


- 31 


Wm. Torrey, 




62 


William, 


\ V.32 


Wm. Torrey. Jr., 




62 


Bishop, Tabethy, 


52 


Barnes, Deborah, 


168, 


170 


Black, John, 


\ 171 


William, 




170 


Blair, Amanda, 


., 94 


Barnard, Rev. Thos., 




73 


William, 


' ' 94 


parney, Ann, 




171 


Blaisdell, Mrs., 


.I20 


Anne, 




171 


Aaron, 


122 


Constance, 




175 


Athener, 


J 22 


Daniel, 




171 


Emaline, 


122 


Elizabeth, 




171 


Mary, 


122 


Esther, 


171, 


175 


Martha, 


. i l'22 


Jacob, 




175 


Blakeslee, William, 


.57 


John, 




171 


Bliss, Bethiah, 


r; 52 


Joseph. 


169, 171, 


175 


Jonathan, 


• 52 


Sarah, 


171, 


175 


Blyth, Elizabeth, 


66, 67, 71 


Barr, Frank, 




217 


Benjamin, 


71 



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WARDEN FAMII.Y GENEALOGY* 



231 



124 



Bodine, Eleanor, ' 

Louisa Warden, 

Louisa Wylie, 

Samuel Taylor, 

Samuel Tucker, 

Wm* Warden, 
Boecking, Catherine Emma, 

132- 

Charles, 

Rebecca, 

Rebecca Joanna, 
Bolls, Rev. Lucius, 
Bond, Hannah, 

William, 
Bonney, Gay, 

James, 
Borden, Abigail, 

Phebe, 
Bosworth, James, 
Botts, Addison, 
Bowdoin, James, 
Bowers, Almira, 
Bowersmith, Miss, 
Boyd, Jane, 
Boyden, Addie Curtis, 

Elbridge, 
' George E., 

George H., 

George Melville, 

Herbert C, 

Louisa, 

Mason Amos, 
Brackett, Gov., 
Bradley, Mary, 
Braxton, Col. Carter Moore, 

Elizabeth Maxwell, 
Bray ton, Mary, 
Breck, Martha, 

Nathaniel, 



137 
137 
137 
137 
137 
137 
124 



73 



214, 
197. 



Sarah 
Bridge, Anna, 

Copia, 

Elizabeth, 

Ellen, 

Lydia, 

Sarah, 

T. E., 

Thomas, 
Briggs, Angelina Warden, 

Elvira, 

Lansing, 
Brightman, Hannah, 

Henry, 
Bromfieki, Henry, 
Brown, Mr., 

Bertha Amanda, 

Fannie Emma, 



132 

132 

124 

► 74 

31 

3i»32 
113 
113 

47»48 

49 

179 

105 

69 

7 

105 

141 

50 

185, 196, 214, 215 

197, 214 

50 
215 
215 
215 
215 

25 
172 

150 
150 
222 

31 
32 
32 
83 

71,83 
83,84 

f3 
83 

215 

82, 83, 84 

no 

58 

no 

34 

33,34 

69 

39 
216 
216 



31, 



71. 



Brown, Harriet, 16 

James, 33, 44 

Joseph H., 216 

Joseph Henry, Jr., 216 

Josiah, 16 

Katherine, 34 

Major John, 216 

Maria, 16 

Mary, 53 ■. 

Wm., Rev., 149 

Brownell, Georgine Frances, 224 

Bruce, Henry, 133 

Martha, 133 

Martha Gram, 133 

Buck, Elizabeth, 163 

Buckner, Emily, 158 

. Richard, 158 

Bullock, Alexander, Gov., 180 

Althear, 180 

Anna, 175, 178 

Moulton, 180 

Burn, Benjamin, 33, 34 

. Martha, 34 

Buriiett, Flora, 200 

. Mary, 210 

Burr, Mary Ann, 149 

Bursley, Samuel C, 57 

Bushnell, Daniel, 128 

Eleanor, 128 

Sarah Wells, 128 

Butterworth, Elizabeth, 52 

Buttry, Grace, 36 

Martha, 36 

Nicholas, 36 

Byers, Agnes, 120 

John, 120 

Nancy Agnes, 120 

Carington, Wm. Henry Peregrine, 

75, 77- 

Carman, Joanna C, 86 

Carpenter, Abbie L., 11 

Abigail, 51, 52 

Abiah, 51, 52 

Abraham, 52 

Alethia, 54 

Amos, 53 

Ann, 103 

Andrew, 53 
Benjamin, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58 

Bertha, 58 

Betsey, 54 
Caleb. 53, 54, 55, 58 

Carrie, 58 

Charells, 53 

Charles H., 20 

Charles Hudson, 58 

Charlotte, 56, 57 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



232 



WARDBN FAMILY GBN8ALOGT. 



Carpenter, Chloe, 




54 


Carpenter, Thomas, Col. 


, 177, 178 


Comfort, 




56.58 


Uriah, 


53 


Cynthia, 


54, 55. 57» 58 


William, 51, 52, 53, 54, 


55, 56, 57 


Daniel, 




52 


58. 




David, 




52 


Zachariah. . 


52 


Edmund, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58 


Caldwell, Caroline F., 


186 


Elizabeth, 




103 


Calhoon, Mr., 


222 


Elizabeth Putnam, 




56 


Wm., Rev., 


148 


Eliphalet, 




53 


Callender, Sarah, 


34 


Elona, 




56 


Mr., 


34 


Ephraim, 




52 


Cameron, Louise Ann, 


123 


Freedom, 




53 


Caner, Henry, Rev., 


83 


Freelove, 




53 


Carr, Chas. A., 


204 


George, 




56 


Harold W., 


204 


George, Lord, 




51 


Carter, Abigail, 


39 


Hannah, 


51 


f 52, 53» 54 


Hattie, 


210 


Henry Francis, 




58 


Carvillo, Mary Ann, 


216 


acob. 




52 


Cason, B. Carr, 


107 


laphet. 




54 


Bettie Lindsey, 


106 


James, 




52,56 


Ira H., 


107 


James L., 




58 


Mattie Frances, 


107 


Jane, 




103 


Oren W., 


107 


Jedediah, 53, 


54 


55» 57, 58 


Thomas A., 


106 


Job, 




54 


W. E., 


106 


John, 




5h 56 


Caswell, Sarah, 


123 


Jonathan, 




52 


Cate, Erastus H., 


197 


Joseph, 




51 


Chaffin, Jonathan, 


52 


, [osiah. 




52 


Chamberlain, Wm., 


17 


Lillian Gertrude, 




21 


Wm. Leon, 


17 


Louis Seba, 




58 


Mary, 


17 


Lucy, 




56 


Chandler, Isabella, 


212 


Mary, 




54, 55, 56 


Chase, Amada Mason, 


180 


Melinda, 




20 


Anna, 


179 


Miniola Louise, 




21 


Barney Davis, 


180 


Minnie, 




58 


Buffington, 


223 


Miriam, 




52 


Caleb, 


179 


Morris Lee, 




58 


Catherine Wilcox, 


180 


Nabby, 




56, 57, 58 


Clarissa G., 


180 


Nathan, 






Comfort, 


179 


Nathaniel, 52, 


55, 


56, 57, 58 


Daniel, 


172 


Noah, 




52 


Elizabeth, 


223 


Obadiah, 




52 


Ezra, 


17:. 


Oliver, 




54 


Ezekiel, 


22;, 


Patience, 




53,54 


James, 


222, 223 


Priscella, 




51, 52, 53 


John, 


179 


R. E., 




14 


Lois B., 


187 


Rachel, 




55 


Lorana Perry, 


223 


Rebecca, 




54, 56, 57 


Louise, 


187 


Remember, 




56 


Luke, 


22^3 


Rufus, 




54 


Mark, 


223 


Salonia, 




56 


Mary Davis, 


179 


Samuel, 51, 52, 53, 


54 


55, 56, 57 


Mathew, 


223 


58. 






Nathan, 


180, 186 


Sarah, 




52, 53, 103 


Perry, 


223 


Seba, 




20, 56, 58 


Philip, 


179 


Solomon, 




52 


Robert, 


223 


Timothy, 




53 


Samuel B., 


223 



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WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



233 



Chase, Sarah, 


223 


Colby, Mary, 


174 


Sarah Baruey, 


180 


Richard, 


174 


. Susanna, 


223 


Cole, Angeline, 


43 


Wesley, 


180 


Hannah, 


93 


William, 


180 


Colman, Re'^. Mr., 


83 


Childs, Benjamin, 


69, 72 


Collopy, Mary, 
Colville, Katherine, 


212 


Sarah, 


72 


*9o 


William, 


72 


Con ant, Asa, 


185 


Cheney family, 


97 


Ezra, 


40 


D. C, 


14 


Harvey, Capt., 


40 


James, 


174 


Ruth, 


40 


Chesley, Elizabeth, 


169 


Sylvia, 


43 


Chrestler, Amanda E., 


93 


Converse, Edmund, 


50 


Christman, Sarah, 


146 


Gertrude, 


50 


Cilley, Elizabeth, 


169 


Cook, Hannah, 


49 


Claggett, Bishop, 


156 


Paul, 


x^ 


Susan A., 


156 


Polly, 


Clark, A. J., 


14 


Cooke, Elisha, 


69 


Christopher, 


73 


Coombs, Mary, 


64 


Edwin, Jr., 


174 


Coomer, John, Rev., 


175 


Clark, Geo. P., 


12 


Cooper, Dr., 


2 


Henry O., 


20 


Benjamin, 


179 


James, 


68 


Mary, 


52 


Joseph, 


170 


Mehittabell, 


54 


Josiah H., 


20 


Rachel, 


52 


Clarkson, Annie, 


96 


Copeland, Elisha, 


72,73 


Allie, 


96 


Cops, Aaron, 


172 


Emily, 


96 


Corbin, Capt., 


40 


James, 


96 


Dolly, 


40 


Lillie, 


96 


Elisha, 


38 


Martha, 


158 


Rebecca, 


40,41 


Clayes, Hannah,. 


31 


Corning, Henry Wick, 


138 


Peter, 


31 


Helen, 


139 


Sarah, 


31 


Mary, 


138 


Clayton, Mrs., 


88 


Mary Helen, 


138. 139 


Leslie, 


91 


Warren Holmes, 


138, 139 


Robert, 


91 


Cory, Alonzo L., 


180 


William, 


91 


Covell, Susan, 


109 


Cleveland, Eliza Healy, 


8 


Covey, E. Jennie, 


198 


George, 


6,7.8 


Cowdrey, Amanda, 


216 


Harry W., 


8 


Florence Lucy, 


216 


John Warden, 


8 


Fred Henry, 


216 


Mary Scott, 


8 


Gertrude Francina, 


216 


Sarah Ann, 


8 


Grace Emma, 


216 


Warren Wheeler, 


8 


Henry F., 


198 


William Liberty, 


8 


John, 


198, 216 


Clothier, Ambrose N., 


187. 


Mary A., 


198 


Coatch, Sarah, 


33 


Crafts, Hannah, . 


33 


Coburn, Ebenezer, 


72 


Crane, Gov., 


25 


Sarah, 


7L 72 


Polly, 


187 


Rebecca, 


72 


Crawshaw, Amanda, 


H7 


Cocke, Lucy, 


158 


Creal, Sally M., 


187 


Codner, Elizabeth, 


33 


Crease, Aaron, 


99 


Colby, Mr., 


173. 176 


Eliza Fair, 


99 


Anthony, 


173, 174 


Hepsidah, 


99 


Hannah, 


173 


Mary Estabrook, 


99 


Isaac, 


173. 174 


Richard, 


97,99 



16 



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234 



WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



Crease, Samuel, 


99 


Davis, Cemantha, 




184, 196 


Sarah Mills, 


99 


Cephas, 




181 


William Warden. 


99 


Chas. H., 




202 


Crompton, Pattie Otic 


', 132 


Chas. Wesley, 




187 


Cronan, John J., 


217 


Cicely, 


168, 


169, 170 


Crowel, Elizabeth, 


67.68 


Ciphas, 




188 


Cruickshanks, Ann, 


166 


Clarence, 




221 


Culton, Fanny, 


154 


Clarissa, 




184, 194 


Cummings, Rachel, 
Cunnabell, 


55 


Constance, 




175 


2 


Constant, 




169, 171 


Abigail, 


32, 33 


Cornelius H., 




203, 220 


Deborah, 


32 


Cynthia Ann, 




190, 203 


Elizabeth, 


32 


Cyrus, 


184, 


185, 196 


Hannah, 


32 


Czarina, 




184, 195 


John, 


3^ 32, 33 


Daniel, 169, 171, 


175 » 


178, 179 


Martha, 


3h32 


183, 185, 191, 192, 


204. 




Mary, 


32,33 


Daniel Barney, 




187 


Preserved, 


32, 33 


Deborah, 170, 173, 


174, 


176, 196 


Robert, 


32 


Deborah A. L., 




187 


Samuel, 


3h 32, 33 


Dexter, 183, 190, 


I9i» 


202, 220 


Sarah, 


33 


Diantha, 




186 


Susannah, 


32 


Dinah, 




173 


Curtis, Phoebe, 


38 


Ebenezer, 




172 


Cushing, Wm., 


62 


Edgar M., 




202 


Cusick, Miss, 


147 


Edmund E., 




186 


Cutler, Mary, 


208 


Edward, 




41 


Cutting, Sarah, 


6,7 


Edwin, 




186 


Daggett, J., Col., 


177, 178 


Edwin F., 




192, 204 


Daimond, Mary, 


32 


Elbridge G., 




186 


John, 


32 


Eleanor, 




172 


Dalton, Caleb, 


171 


Elisha, 169, 171, ] 


175. 


176. 177 


Dalrymple, Mr., 


39 


178, 179, 180, 181, 


184, 


185, 186 


Davis, Abigail, 171, 


173. 175. 176 


187, 188, 189, 190, 


'91' 


192, 193 


Abycenia, 


186 


194, 195, 196, I97» 


198, 


199, 200 


Adeline, 


220 


201, 202, 203, 204, 


205, 


206, 207 


Adelaide M., 


220 


208, 209, 210, 211, 


212, 


214, 215 


Alfradina, 


193 


216,, 217, 218, 219 


, 220 


, 221. 


Alonzo, 


186 


Elizabeth, 169, 171, 


173. 


174, 175 


Althear, 


181, 188 


Elizabeth Emily, 




190, 202 


Alvin, 


184 


Ellen Ann, 




194, 210 


Amasa, 


41 


Elma A., 




194 


Amos, 


170, 174 


Elsie A.. 




194, 210 


Ann, 


169 


Emily, 




202 


Ann Maria, 


187 


Emma, 




194 


Anna, 175, 178, 185, 


215, 216,217 


Emma A., 




202, 220 


Ansil, 


185 


Ephraim, 167, 168, 


170, 


172. 174 


Asahel, 178, 184, 


196, 214, 215 


Erastus, 




220, 221 


Barney, 175, 176, 178 


,179,186,187 


ErastusA., 




203 


Benjamin, 174, 


178, 181, 185 


Erastus Andrew, 




190 


Benjamin Fisher, 


187 


Esther, 




169, 171 


Betsey, 


188 


Feronda, 




184 


Betsey J., 


187 


George, 




199 


Betsey Jane, 


186 


George E., 




190 


Bette, 


179 


Georgiana, 




194 


Caleb, 


185 


Georgian na, 




193.206 


Gassie, 


190 


Gideon, 




173 


Catherine, 


179 


Grace, 




175 



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WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



235 



Davis, Hannah, 41, 169, 
179' 185. 

Harlan, 

Harriet Jannie, 

Hattie E., 

Helen Maria, 

Henry, 

Henry L., 

Henry N., 

Hezekiah, 

Hiram, 

Horace D., 

Hosea, 

Jabez, 

Jacob, 

Jacob, Rev., 

Jacob J., 

Jarvis, 184, 

James, 167, 168, 169, 
172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 
179, 180, i8i, 184, 185, 
188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 
195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 
202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 
209, 210, 211, 212, 214, 
217, 218, 219, 220, 221. 

James, Jr., 

Jane, 

Jemima, 

Jennie E., 

Jennie Mary, 

John, II, 42, 168, 169, 

i74» 175. 176, 177, 178, 

181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 
188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 
195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 
202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 

209, 210, 211, 212, 214, 
217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 

John Adams, 
John Edward, 
John Nelson, 
Joanna, 170, 178, 179, 

182, 184, 185, 186, 189, 
Jonathan, 
Joseph, 37, 169, 170, 

178, 179, 181, 184, 
194. 195. 196, I99> 207, 

210, 211, 212. 
Joseph Henry, 
Joseph Luther, 
Josephine A., 
Josephine Augusta, 
Judith, 168, 169, 
Julia E., 
Katherine, 
Laura, 



170, 174 


Davis, Levi, Capt., 




41 




Levi Thurston, 




186 


186 


Levings Noah, 




187 


199 


Lucy, 8, II, 181, 190, 


191, 192 


193 


193. 






196 


Lucy Ann, 183, 


.192, 


203, 204 


41 


LucyE., 




192, 204 
189, 2X8 


202, 220 


Loranna, 182 


188, 


189 


Lorenzo, 




184, 194 


41 


Lorenzo Dow, 




186, 188 . 


Lorina. 




184, 195 


202 


Louis B., 




202 


185 


Louisa, 




185, 196 


172, 173 


Lucille H., 




221 


187 


I^ydia, 




41 


199 


Lydia S., 




73 


187 


Lydia Susanna, 




74 


194, 210 


Lynval Amos, 




190, 202 


170, 171 


Malinda, 




188 


177, 178 


Maria 




186 


186, 187 


Maressa, 




196 


193. 194 


Mary, 42, 169, 170, 


172, 


I73» 175 


200, 201 


176, 179, 182, 189. 






207, 208 


Mary Addie, 




203 


215, 216 


Mary Ann, 




210 




Mary E., 


192 


204, 221 


168 


Mary Emidine, 




188 


169, 172 


Mary T., 




220, 221 


169, 173 


Maud Alfredine, 




204 


193, 207 


Melinda, 


182, 


2x8, 219 


203 


Mercy B., 




187 


171, 172 


Mfetta Morra, 




221 


179, 180 


Moses, 


169, 


171, 172 


186, 187 


Myrtle, 




221 


193. 194 


Nancy, 




187, 199 


200, 201 


Narcissa, 6, 11, 


182, 


183, I9X 


207, 208 


Nathaniel, 




173, 179 


215, 216 


Nathaniel Baker, 




186 


222. 


Nathaniel L. S., 




186 


186 


Nelson D., 




220 


199 


Nelson Dexter. 




190, 202 


187 


Nelson Norris, 




203, 221 


180, 181 


Norris, 183, 190, 


191. 


203, 204 


219, 220 


220, 221. 






170, 172 


Olive, 




181, 188 


173. 175 


Oscar Jarvis, 




194 


186, 187 


Phebe, 




173 


208, 209 


Philetus A., 




ITs 




Polly M., 




187 


Precilly, 




185 


186 


Priscilla. 




I73» 178 


204 


Prudence, 




181 


190 


Rachel, 




170 


172, 173 


Rebecca, 


170, 


173, 174 


220 


Robert H., 




221 


206, 207 


Rufus, 




I79> 187 


221 


Rufus Hodges, 




187 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



236 



WARDKN FAMILY GRNEALOGY. 



Davis, Ruth, 




204 


Dow, Jessie Ruth, 




204 


Ruth J., 




204 


Ruhamah, 




169, 172 


Sally Baker, 




187 


Dowl, Alice, 




117 


Samuel, 168, 170, 


171, 


173. 174 


Doyle, John, 




17 


176, 179. 






Mary, 




17 


Sarah, 37, 168, 169, 


170, 


173. 174 


Mary Ella, 




17 


175. 176, 177, 178, 


179. 


184. 186 


Driscoll, Carrie E., 




58 


187. 






Dudley, Caroline, 




185 


Simeon Burbank, 




187 


Gov. Thomas. 




37 


Solomon T., 




186 


William, 




37 


Sophia, 41, 


194. 


195, 196 


Dunbar, Rev. Asa, 




66 


Stephen, 




170, 172 


Durfee, Abigail, 




46, 49 


Susan, 




221 


Alanson, 




49 


Susanna, 




170, 178 


Albert Gallantin, 




50 


Susanna Elvira, 




186 


Ann, 


45. 


< 46, 47. 48 


Susannah, 




171 


Ariadne, 




49 


Sylvester, 178, 183, 


186, 


193, 206 


Benjamin, 26, 44, 


45. 


49. 50, 58 


207. 






Betsey C, 




50 


Squier, 


178. 


180, 188 


Betsie C, 




26 


Thomas, 


167, 


168, 170 


Christopher, 




46 


Warren, 




194 


David, 




46 


Wilbur A., 




221 


Deliverance, 




44. 45. 46 


Wilbur W., 




203 


Eleanor, 




46 


William, 170, 


^73. 


176, 220 


Elizabeth, 




46, 48 


Willie, 




203 


Elisaan, 




49 


Willie E., 




190 


Ella M., 




26 


Vernoy C, 




221 


Ella Maria, 




50,58 


Davise, Hannah, 




69 


Ephraim Wanton, 




49 


Sarah, 




67.69 


Franklin Benjamin 


1, 


50,58 


Thomas, 




69 


Freeborn, 




45. 46 


Delworth, Lily, 




142 


Gideon, 




46, 47. 48 


Demond, W. H., 




7 


Hope, 




47 


Dennis, Joseph, 




45 


Isaac B., 




49 


Denholm, Eleanor Cotton 


i. 78, 79 


James, 




47. 48 


Deual, Laura A., 




187 


Job, 




46, 47. 48 


Dexter, Amasa, 




205 


John, 




47. 48, 49 


Benjamin, 




182 


Jonathan B., 




49 


Betsey, 




182 


Joseph, 


46. 


47. 48, 49 


Hannah, 




182 


Lydia, 




49 


Heppie, 




205 


Martha, 




46, 47. 48 


Lucy, 




182, 189 


Mary, 




46, 47, 48 


Dickenson, Sally, 




Mercy, 




47.48 


Dill, Eliza Myers, 




no 


Patience, 




45. 47. 49 


Henry R., 




no 


Phebe, 




50,58 


John B., 




no 


Philip, 




49 


Sarah Warden, 




no 


Polly. 




49 


Dills, Alberta, 




96 


Rebecca, 




48 


Dole, Geo. H., 




78 


Richard, Capt., 45, 


47. 


48, 49, 50 


Donnell, Elizabeth, 




137 


58. 






James, 




137 


Robert, 




44,45 


James John, 




137 


Ruth, 




46,47 


Mary Ann, 




137 


Samuel, 


46. 


47. 48, 49 


Douglass, 




78 


Sarah, 


45. 


46, 48, 49 


Dow, David, 




174 


Stephen, 




48, 49 


Frank H., 




204 


Susannah, 




46, 47, 49 


Harr;yr S., 




204 


Thomas, 44, 45» 46, 


47, 


48, 49, 50 


Jennie M., 




204 


58. 







Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



WARDEN FAMHY GENEALOGY. 



237 



Durfee, Wait, 


46, 47. 49 


Fry, Martha Ann, 


155 


William, 44, 45, 46, 


47. 48, 49 


Winthrop Hastings, 


17 


William B., 


49 


Gale, Dulcena, 


185, 196 


Dustin, Hannah, 


169 


Henry A., 


196 


Dyke, Rev. Samuel, 


76 


Roxanna, 


194 


Earl, John, 


4.32 


Garton, Andrew J., 


204 


Mary, 


46,47 


Gates, Mr., 


6 


Prudence, 


45 


Abigail Elizabeth, 


6 


Earicksou, Mattie, 


107 


Dorothy, 


212 


Eastman, Hannah, 


170, 174 


Nellie G., 


2i2 


Jemmia, 


170, 173 


Stephen, 


212 


Mamie, 


117 


Walter B., 


212 


Nathaniel, 


170, 174 


Gerry, Emma B., 


30 


Roger, 


170, 174 


Gibbs, Chas. E., 


198 


Easton, Sarah, 


^6^ 


Peter, 


104 


Eaton, Elizabeth, 


Deacon, 


97 


John, 


168 


Gifford , Mercy, 


46. 47 


Eddy, Amasa T., 


197 


Phebe Bailey, 


224 


Eddye, John, 


«3 


Gile, Samuel, 


167, 168 


Sarah, 


83 


Glazier, Irene, 


211 


William, 


83 


Rose, 


211 


Edgely, 


97 


Goddard, Amanda, 


185, 198 


Emerson, Samuel, 


169 


Anna, 185, 


» 197, 198 


Estes, Robert, 


45 


Clara Pearl, 


216 


Ethridge, Mary, 


60 


Cora Scaffie, 


217 


Fairfax, Lord, 


145. 155 


Davis, 


185 


Fay, Ivauretta, 


219 


Edward A., 


198, 215 


Fish, Capt. Thomas, 


181 


Edward Livingston, 


198 


Fisher, Benj., 


175 


Emily Miranda, 


198 


Oliver M., 


185 


Elvira Ann, 


198, 217 


Fisk, Matie, 


132 


George Andrew, 


216 


Fitz Patrick, James, 


105 


George H., 


217 


Rebecca Frances, 


105 


George Henry, 


198 


Fleming, Eliza, 


135 


Harriet Ann, 


198 


Elizabeth, 


135 


Harriet May,. 


217 


Joseph, 


135 


Henry, 185, 189, 


, 197. 198 


Foot, Sarah, 


173 


Henry Davis, 


198 


Ford, Mr., 


171 


Josiah, 185, 


197, 215 


Foxcroft, Theo., 


72 


Josiah H., 


215 


Frances, Col. Ebenezer, 


177 


Josiah Hamilton, 


198 


Francisco, Anna, 


109 


Julia A., 


217 


Franklin, Eliza, 


63 


Julia Althca, 


198 


Frazier, Margaret, 


131 


Julia R., 


216, 217 


Freeborn, Ann, 


45 


Luna M., 


215 


Gideon, 


45 


Mahola, 


185, 197 


Sarah, 


45 


Miranda, 


215 


French, Charles B., 


203 


Nellie Louise, 


216 


Clarence C, 


203 


Prentis Huntington, 


198 


Edwin, 


203 


Rozalia E., 


198 


IdaM., 


203 


Sanford, 185, 


198, 217 


Josephine A., 


203 


Sara Hammond 


217 


Marcus, 


203 


Susan Mahola, 


198 


Melvin L., 


203 


Susanna, 


185 


Frost, Abigail, 


39 


Susanne E., 


215 


Fry, Augustus, 


17 


Wm. Harrison, 


198 


George Wilson, 


17 


Godfrey, John, 


167 


Lizzie Adeline, 


17 


Marion, 


92 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



238 



WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



Goodell, Warren, 


41 


Goodspeed, Adin I., 


209 


Clara B., 


209 


Geo. N., 


208 


Harrison P., 


194 


Lucy M., 
Luther G., 


209 


209 


Gore, 


2 


Elizabeth, 


35 


John, 


35 


Katherine, 


35 


Miriam, 


. 33. 34 » 35 


Obadiah, 


34, 35 


Rhoda, 


35 


Samuel, 


35 


Sarah, 


34. 35 


Gorman, John, 


71,83 


Sarah, 


65 


Sarah Bridge, 


65, 66, 71 , 84 


Gouch, Maria C., 


58 


Gould, Abigail Ann, 


57 


Comfort, 


56, 57 


Charles, 


57 


Charles T., 


57 


Charlotte, 


56 


Charlotte C, 


57 


Bbenezer, 


57 


Eliezer, 


57 


Elizabeth, 


57 


Mary A., 


57 


Phaletus, 


57 


Sheldon, 


57 


Thomas C, 


.57 


John, 


57 


Zaccheus, 


57 


Gray, Alfradina, 


206 


Benjamin, 


83 


Catherine, 


206 


Indicia, 


83 


James, 


206 


Phebe, 


47, 48 


Robert, 


206 


Greene, Dorothea, 


158 


Mary Bowen, 


137 


Mary Russell, 


137 


Moses P., 


137 


Sarah J., 


187 


Greenhalge, Gov., 


25 


Greenleaf, John 


68 


Grout, Col., 


181 


Racket, John, 


174 


Hager, Mary, • 


37 


Rebecca, 


37 


William, 


37 


William Jr., 


37 


Haines, Hannah, 


172 


Hale, Ella, 


201 



Hale, Joanna, 


32 


Capt. Nathan, 


32 


Dea. Robert, 


32 


Thomas, 


167 


Hall, Deliverance, 


44 


Emily Ellicott, 


50 


James, 


93 


Silas, Rev. 


57 


Hambleton, Jennie, 


200 


Hamilton, Caroline E., 


217 


Darwin F., 


217 


Ernest D., 


217 


Herbert H., 


217 


Hammond, Juliette, 


217 


Handy, Sophia, 


186 


Hansen, Eva, 


117 


Hardie, William, 


61 


Harding, Nancy, 


44 


Hardy, Samuel, 


145 


Harkness, Anna, 


138 


Bertha L., 


207 


Clarissa D., 


207, 209 


Cora H., 


. 207 


Chas. W., 


209 


Chas. William, 


138 


DeForest, 


207 


Elisha W., 


209 


Ella S., 


209 


Ellis 0., 


209 


Mahalath, 


207 


Stephen Vanderburg, 
Waldo R., 


138 


209 


Harrington, Mr., 


175 


Elijah, 


4 


Tamisin, 


4 


Katies., 


62 


Harris, John E., 


94 


Susan, 


105 


William, 


94 


Harrison, Jessie, 


203 


Mary T., 


203 


William H., 


15 


Harwood, Mr., 


42 


Polly, 40, 42, 43 


Harvey, Salmon, 


187 


Haskins, Ann, 


171 


Haskings, Amy, 


178 


Hastings, Amy, 


171 


Daisy L., 


210 


Elizabeth, 


171 


George, 


171 


Ida Sophia, 


17 


Katherine, 


170, 171 


Robert, 169, 


170, 171 


Hathaway, Philip, 


49 


Polly, 


49 


Ruth, 


222 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



239 



Hathaway, Sarah S., 209 
Hay den, Dr. John Ramsey, 147 

Hays, Katherine, 164 

Healy, Abigail, 3, 6, 7, 37, 38, 39, 42 

Agatha, 43 

Benjamine, 38 

Caleb, 38, 42, 44 

Chandler, 43 

Clarinda, 41 

David, 38, 39, 42, 43 

David Lyman 43 

Deborah, 42, 172 

Dolly, 6, 40, 43, 44 

Ebenezer, 37, 38, 39, 42 

Edgar, S., 44 

Elb ridge M., 44 

Eliza Warden, 3, 6, 42 

Elizabeth, 36 

Ellen Louise, 7 

Emma Azubah, 7 

Enoch, 42, 43 

Frederick E., 44 

George, 6 

Grace, 36 
Hannah, 36, 37,38, 39, 40, 41 

Hezekiah, 39, 41 

Jabez, 38 

Jedediah, 39 

John, 37, 39 

John P., 7 

John Whitmore, 3, 7, 42 

Joseph, 38, 30, 40, 41 

Joshua, 37, 38, 39, 40 

Joshua, Jr., 38 

Laura, 42 

Lemuel, 6, 39, 40, 43 

Lemuel, Maj., . 43 

Louisa, 42 

Lucretia, 39 

lyucy, 40 

Luther, 43 

Lydia, 37, 38, 42 

Martha, 36, 37, 42 
Mary, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 

44. 

Mary Elizabeth, 7 

Maud ana, 42 

Myra C, 44 

Nathan, 39 

Nathanial, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 42 

43.44. 

Nelson, 43 

Pearly, 39, 41 

Perly, 3, 6, 7 

Rebecca, 37, 41 

Rebekah, 37, 38 

Rhoda, 39 



ealy, Ruth, 




40 


Samuel, 


36, 


37. 38, 44 


Sarah, 




36, 38. 39 


Seraph, 




40 


Seth, 




39. 42 


Susan, 




43 


Sophia, 




39.42 


Sylvia, 




40 


Wilbert C, 




44 



William 36, 37, 38, 39, 40. 41 

William Parker, 7 

Heath, Barthol, 172 

Hannah, 172 

James, 172 

Jane, 172 

John, 172 

Josiah, 172 

Judith, 172 

Mary, 1 72 

Sarah, 172 

Heaton, Nathaniel, 72 

Susanna, 72 

Hendrickson, James F., 91 

Joe Clare, 91 

Mrs. W. H., 87 

William P., 91 

Henshaw, Samuel, 73 

Virginia L. B., 154 

Herbert, Elizabeth, i 

Hely, Martha, 31 

Higden, John H., 164 

Hill, James, Capt., 177,178 

I^ucy, 190 

Martha, 33 

Samuel, 72 

William, 54 

Hildreth, Euphemia M., 216 

Hite, Joist, 146 

Hinton, Margaret, 93 

Hix, Anna, 177 

Benjamine, 177 

Joanna, 175, 177 

Hodges, Deborah, 179, 187 

Isaac, Capt., 177 

Holman, Helen M., 215 

Holmes, Ann Catherine, 74 

Ella, 198 

EllaS., 215 

John Henry, 74 

Rachel Ellen, 74 

Sarah Elizabeth, 74 

Timothy, 73, 74 

William Warden, 74 

Hoi ton, Sara A., 209 

Emily, 190 

HoUis, Sarah, 99 

James, 99 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



240 



WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



Hopkins, Stephen, 




76 


Inman, Allie, 


96 


Horton, Betsey, 




186 


Ire, Derry, 


141 


Polly, 




179 


Ireland, John, 


32 


Howard, Alice Joanna, 


201, 


220 


Isaacs, Rose, 


116 


Charles Howe, 


201, 


219 


Ives, Grace, 


36 


Charles N., 




95 


Miles, 


36 


Charles W., 




95 


Jackson, Gov., 


104 


Clifford Perry, 




219 


Eva L., 


200 


• Cora Bern ice. 




202 


Frances, 


104 


Corinne Davis, 




201 


Mary Ann, 


194 


Dorothy Lauretta, 




219 


Stonewall, Gen., 


150, 152 


Edward John, 




201 


Jacobs, Davis, 


184 


Florence Arnice, 




102 


Julia, 


184 


George Nelson, 




219 


Sarah, 


184 


Grace Estella, 




201 


Simeon, 


184 


Harold Bray ton, 




219 


Jefferson, Thomas, 


lOI 


Henry Bray ton. 


201, 


219 


Johnson, A. F., 


14 


Joanna, 183, 


200, 


201 


Adelaide, 


219 


John Davis, 


189. 


200 


Anna, 


67,68 


Josiah, 




183 


Albert, 


188, 200, 219 


Lawrence Fay, 




219 


Almira, 


15 


Lucy Ann, 




190 


Almira E., 


15 


Lucy Maria, 




201 


Blanch, 


106 


Luke Hale, 




201 


Chas. Albert, 


100, 219 


Mabel Sarah, 




201 


Daniel, 


15 


Nelson S., 189, 201, 


219, 


220 


Emily, 


131 


Nina Ella, 




201 


Edith Adelaide, 


219 


Philip Adams, 




219 


Frank Leslie, 


200 


Richmond Howe, 




219 


George Davis, 


188 


Sarah M., 201, 


219, 


220 


H. 


20 


Stephen, 183, 189, 


200, 


201 


Henry Davis, 


200, 219 


Walter Nelson, 




201 


Homer Joel, 


200 


Wayland Chester Perry, 


,189, 


,201 


Joel, 183, 


188, 199, 200 


Wayland Wyman, 




202 


Kate, 


106 


Howe, Mary, 




186 


Katherine, 


193 


Josiah, 




189 


Lucretia, 


185 


Howie, Alice M., 




95 


M. Catherine, 


106 


Rena V., 




95 


Mary, 


168, 170 


Hoyt, Mary, 




176 


Mary H., 


188 


Hubbard, Mr., 




171 


Mary Hepzebah, 


199 


Hudson, Margaret M., 




221 


Mary Hepsibath, 


200 


Huffman, Harriatte Heloise, 


205 


Melinda, 


183, 199. 200 


Humphries, Harriet, 


187. 


199 


Grill, 


106 


Hunt, Elona C, 


56, 57 


Phyletus Green, 


i88 


Margaret, 




52 


Johnson, S. C, 


113 


Merric, 


56, 57 


Sarah, 


52 


Philip, Rev., 




163 


Waldo Ansel, 


200 


Sabra, 






Walter Melville, 


200 


Hunter, Ada L., 




88 


William, 


106 


Hutchin, Katherine, 




67 


Jones, Ella, 


209 


Hyatt, Sarah, 




143 


Margaret E., 


16 


Hyde, Mary, 




52 


Robert, 


158 


Ide, Nichols, 




53 


Wm. F., Col., 


158 


Patience, 




53 


Kay, Florence E., 


94 


Ingraham, Belle, 




88 


Ira M., 


94 


George, 




51 


Kaulback, Addie G,, 


217 


Joanna, 




. 51 


Chas. J., 


217 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



241 



Kaulback, Edward D., 




217 


Laughton, Adeline Matilda, 99 


Franlt L., 




217 


Charles H., 


148 


Franks., 




217 


Leas, Jacob, 


George C, 




217 


Mary, 


148 


G. Harry, 




217 


Leavens, Benj., 


• 40 


Leila E., 




217 


Lee, Elizabeth, 


33 


Minnie G., 




217 


Mary, 


55>2i8 


Keef , Mary, 




161 


James, 


187 


Keilty, Ann, 




143 


Joseph, 


56 


Kelley, Abigail, 




174 


Nabby, 


56 


Abiel, 


170, 


174 


Leeds, Ann, 


121 


Edw., Mrs., 




88 


Ann Clark, 


121 


Hannah, 




174 


Samuel, 


121 


John, 




174 


Leonard, A. D., 108, 


III, 114 


Joseph, 




172 


Ajulia, 


no, 114 


Mary, 


170, 


173 


Asaph D., 


109, no 


Mehitable, 




174 


Catherine, 


no, 114 


Rebecca, 




174 


Eliza D., 


no 


Richard, 




174 


Ellen Bertha, 


17 


Ruth, 




174 


Jane Warden, 


no 


Sarah, 




174 


Melinda, 


56,58 


Kellogg, Abigail, 




109 


Satterlee, 


no 


Kendall, Julia Ralston, 




198. 


Leslie, Sarah, 


130 


Kent, Herbert, 




16 


Lewis, Catherine Elizabeth, 121 


Mary, 




54 


Roxanna, 


210 


Kerr, Mr., 




100 


Lilly, Lewis, 


40 


Agnes Reynolds, 




125 


Lincoln, Abraham, ' 


"3 


Annie E., 




133 


Lindsley, Annie, 


"7 


Annie Leeds, 




125 


Cora, 


106 


David, Rev., 


126, 


133 


Lippitt, Mr., 


T71 


David Reynolds, 


126, 


133 


Litchfield, Thomas, 


169 


Jessie Brooks, 




133 


Little, Col., 


84 


John Arbuckle, 




133 


Joshua Bailey, 


73. 74 


John Warden, 


126, 


133 


Lucas, Thos. J., Maj. Gen. 


205 


Mary, 


132, 


133 


Long, Deborah, 


53 


Mary Alice, 


125, 


132 


Joseph, 


53 


Sarah ScouUer, 




125 


Look, Mr., 


H 


William, Dr., 125, 


132, 


133 


Loring, Mary, 


Wm. Bruce, 




133 


Lqve, Richie, 


83 


William Nesbit, 


126, 


133 


Lovell, John, 


69, 174 


William W., 125, 


, 126, 


133 


Lyon, Elizabeth, 


165 


Kerdolff, Catherine Eliza, 




124 


Madison, James, 


146 


Eleanor Adeline, 


*I23, 


124 


Magoou, Henry S., 


lis 


Kersted, Dorcas, 
Ketterlinub, Eugene, 




140 


Man, Robert, 


160 




129 


Manchester, Elizabeth, 


64 


John Louis, 




129 


Wm., 


180 


Marie, 




129 


Manning, Elizabeth, 


6, 9 


Key, Ezra, 




94 


Jesse, 


9 


Keyzar, John, 




169 


Mary, 


S 


Kidder, Susan, 


42 


5, 43 


Marcy, Mr., 


Kilby, Sarah, 




35 


Marion, Anna, 


83,84 


Kimball, Martha, 




172 


Anna Harrison, 


83 


Kneel and, Abigail, 




33 


Ellen, 


84 


Knights, Mr., 




6 


Elizabeth, 


84 


Lois A., 




216 


John, Sr., 


83 


Ladd, Abigail, 




53 


John, Jr., 


83 


Lamtoman, Mary, 




94 


Joseph, 


83.84 



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242 



WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



Marion, Prudence, 

Marks, Cynthy, 

Marr, David C, 

Marshall, Mary A., 

Martifa, Sylvanus, Capt., 177, 

Mason, Betsey C, 

Betsey Carpenter, 57 

Cordelia, 

Deborah, 

Dolly, 

Edwin Cornelius, 



Ezra, 

Ezra Augustus, 

John Smith, 

Mary Edner, 

Nathaniel, 

Polly, 

William, 
Masters, Edward, 

Elizabeth, 
Maxwell, - 



50»57 



Hannah, 
Maynard, Walter P., 

Gough Co., 
Mayo, Rox, 
McCann, Harry, 

Homer, 

Newton, 

James, 
McCauley, Annie, 
McCord, Anna, 
McCormick, Mr., 
McClure, Elizabeth, 
McClelland, Wm., 
McCuskey, Nancy E., 85 

McDonough, Mary, 
McGaw, George K., 
McKinstry, Amity, 
McLean, Amelia Dorothea, 

Robert, 

Robert Caldwell, 

Squire, 

Wm. Lippard, 

Warden, 
McPherson, Arthur, 

Clarence, 

Melvin, 

O swell, 

Palmer, 

William, 
McTammany, Jessie, 
Mead, Charles Willard, 

Eliza, 

Robert E., 

Sarah Augusta, 
Medary, Catherine Elizabeth, 
Menefee, Ann Stuart, 



84 
185 

99 
208 
178 

50 
.58 

§7 
184 

44 

57 

.58 

57 

57 

219 

187 

50.58 

223 

97 

97 

78 

33 

17 

205 

211 

86 

86 

86 

86 



114 
61 



100 

163 

,88 

154 
102 

43 

138 

138 

138 

123 

138 

138 

96 

96 

96 

96 

96 

94 
64 
136 
136 
158 
■36 
123 
158 



Merriam, Asaph, 


188, 199 


Aseph, 


183 


Emma, 


199 


Loranna, 


183, 199 


Lucius, 


188, 199 


Marietta, 


188, 199 


Merrill, Peter, 


174 


Miles, Catherine Bailey, 


76 


John, 


73» 76 


John Henry, 


76 


Miller, Jesse, 


113 


Lucinda, 


113 


Lydia, 


113 


Milliken, Jane (Dunn), 


lOI 


James, 


roi 


Susanna, 


lOl 


Mills, John, 


69 


Merriam, Angelina, 


188 


Morandi, Blanche, 


207 


Clari E., 


207 


Ernest L., 


207 


Francis, 


207 


Frances W., 


207 


Grace, 


207 


JeanetteB., 


207 


Nell, 


207 


Morgan, Dr., 


90 


Louisa, 


164 


Moore, Almena, 


93 


Mr., 


100 


Morris, Lucinda, 


105 


Morse, Sarah, 


185 


Morton, Levi P., 


15 


Mosby, Gen., 


150 


Muel, Dinah, 


172 


Murphy, Mitchell, 


33 


Murtfeldt, Alfred S., 


61 


Bertha, 


61 


Charlotte J., 


61 


Edward M., 


61 


Henry Augustus, 


61 


H. W., 


61 


James L., 


61 


Mary E., • 


61 


vSusan E., 


61 


Wm. Appleton, 


61 


Walter Warden, 


61 


Muzzy, Cornelia, 


215 


Nairn, Lord, 


160 


Nelson, Alvin C, 


94 


Cecil W., 


94 


Sylvester, 


94 


Newell, Sarah, 


38 


Newhall, Thos., 


181 


Newton, Emma E., 


30 


Nichols, Albert Lafayette 


224 


Annie Elizabeth, 


224 



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WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



243 



Nichols, Joanna, 


49» 50 


Peasley, Ruth, 


174 


Lafayette, 22, 


223, 224 


Pedrick, Mehetable, 


84 


Mary KUa, 


224 


Peck, Chauncey C, 


195, 212 


Mary Jane, 


224 


Czarina, 


195, 212 


Sarah L., 


22 


D. Warren, 


195 


Sarah Lorana, 


224 


Daniel, 


195 


Nicholson, 


122 


Ella W. R„ 


210 


Nolan, George, 


24 


Elsa Jeanette, 


195 


Oakes, Hannah F., 


77 


Elvin P., 


210 


Oliver, Wm., 


216 


Estella, 


210 


Ormsbee, Anna, 


177 


Eugene F., 


193, 211 


Jeremiah, 


177 


Eva, 


211 


Mehittabell. 


177 


Everard, 


113 


Osborn, A. K., 


195 


Everett L., 


210 


Osgood, Chas., 


196 


Frank W., 


"211 


Elsa, 


196 


Flora B., 


211 


Feronda, 


196 


G. Fred, 


210 


George, 


196 


GeorginaC, 


196 


Mary, 


196 


Hammond W.» 


196 


Mary Ann, 


18 


Hamilton S., 


196 


Otis, James, 


177 


Hamilton Sullivan, 


212, 213 


Oxnard, 


127 


Hannah, 


185 


Page, Mary, 


168 


Henry Everard, 


116 


John, 


168 


Hattie Gaylord, 


116 


Paine, Fred. W., 


7 


John, 


213 


Palmer, Henry, 


167 


Joseph, 


•195, 213 


Panton, Grome, 


160 


Joseph W.. 


195 


William, 


160 


Lillie, 


211 


Pardee, Alice, 


139 


Lillian, 


210 


Calvin, 


139 


Lorena, 


210, 211 


Mary, 


139 


Lowell H., 


195 


Parker, Ada Phipps, 


126, 133 


Lyman, 


,195, 210, 211 


Ephraim Harris, 


133 


Martha J., 


212 


Jacob, 


181 


Martha Jane, 


195 


James, 


169 


Mial Davis, 


212 


Lucretia, 


7 


Nellie Margaret, . . 


116 


Margaret, 


''i 


Nelson F., 


. I95» 211 


Parminter, Mary G., 


Pearl, 


211 


Parrot, Bryant, 


83 


Philander L., 


195, 210 


Elizabeth, 


83 


Polena L., 


195 


Patersou, Wm., 


82 


Roy Hamilton, 


212, 214 


Patterson, Alexander Lee 


150 


vSatterlee Warden, 


116 


Edward Everett, 


150 


Stella M., 


211 


Eugene, 


150 


Stella W., . 


210 


Mary Matilda, 


150 


Sullivan, 


195, 212 


Richard Lee, 


I49> 150 


Warren Davis, 


195 


Samuel Chalmers, 


150 


Warren Lincoln, 


212 


Scotta Alice, 


150 


Wayland F., 


195, 210 


Scotta Elizabeth, 


150 


Willard W„ 


195 


Walter Scott, 


150 


Peirce, Clothier, 


179 


William Warden, 


150 


James Luther, . 


180 


Payne, Harriet H., 


75 


LydiaG., 


180 


Harriet Hatch, 


76 


Nancy, 


179, 186 


Peasley, Daniel, 


174 


Obadiah, 


180 


Jane, 


169 


Roby, 


186 


Joseph, 168, 


169, 171 


Squier, 


186 


Mary, 


169 


Susanna, 


180 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



244 



WARDEN FAMILY GKNEALOGY. 



Felling, Cbas., 


142 


Putnam, Lucy, 


56 


Cbas. Jr., 


142 


Rand, John, Col., 


180 


John, 


142 


Randall, Harriett, 


III 


Pemberton, Ebenezer, 


Rev., 33 


Harriet Eliza, 


III 


Perrin, Daniel, 


52 


Roswell, 


III 


Perry, Bray ton, 


222 


Rankin, Joseph L., 


211 


Darius, 


222 


Noah, 


211 


Diadama, 


222 


Pauline L., 


2n 


Elizabeth, 


222 


Rarity, Lizzie E., 


200 


Gamaiel, 


222 


Read, Ann, 


55 


George Buckman, 


199 


Cyrell, 


55 


Henry, 


7 


Elizabeth, 


52, 55 


Isaac S., 


222 


Hannah, 


52 


Jeiathruel, 


222 


James, 


109 


John, i8i, : 


222, 223, 224 


Martha, 


55 


Josiah, 


222 


Noah, 


55 


Lorana, 


181 


Oliver, 


46 


Loranna, 


222 


Perez, 


55 


Martha, 


222 


Thomas, 


52, 55 


Mary, 
Mathew, 


181, 222 


Redaway, Sarah, 


52 


222 


Redfield, Mr., 


57 


Sarah, 


222 


Reinsledler, Henry, 


164 


Susanna, 


222 


Mary Elizabeth, 


164 


Pelley, Emma, 


89 


Remington, St. John, 


35 


Peters, Mary C, 


106 


Reynolds, Marion L., 


\% 


Pettis, Lavinia, 


186 


Rhodes, Laura Ann, 


Phelps, Willis F., 


24 


Rice, Albert, 


206 


Phinney, Adelaide, 


200 


Marion, 


206 


Phipps, Mr., 


39 


John S., 


206 


Pierce, Lydia, 


175 


Rich, Mary Ann, 


18 


Nathan, Jr., Capt., 


175 


Richards, Anna, 


18 


Pierpont, John, Rev. 


74 


Richardson, Abigail, 


108 


Pillsbury, Lieut., 


62 


Jonathan, 


108 


Piper, Dr., 


89 


William, Rev., 


73» 76 


Pitts, Deborah, 


179 


Richie, Ebenezer, 


83 


Henry, 


i8o 


William, 


83 


Lovica, 


180 


Ridgway, Abigail, 


34 


Lydia B., 
Pixjey, S. C, Rev., 


180 


Joseph, 


34 


42 


Ring, Fanny, 


187 


Plumer, Col., 


76 


Polly Eaton, 


187 


Pomeroy, Daniel, 


14 


Rob en son, Mary, 


177 


Pope, Gen., 


150 


George, 


177 


Post, Alanson, 


179 


Joanna, 


177 


Potter, Ann, 


45 


Robinson, Elizabeth, 


51 


Edward, 


68 


Gov., 


25 


James, Rev., 


78 


Rockerfellow, Cornelia, 


114 


Melinda C, 


78 


Roe, Earl, 


220 


Susan Perry, 


187 


Florence, 


220 


Wm. Potter, 


45 


Harry, 


220 


Pratt, Jonathan, 


42 


John C, 


220 


Prescott, Sarah A., 


187 


Stanley N., 


220 


Preston, Deliverance, 


52 


Roesch, Geoige, 


94 


Price, Gen., 


106 


Rogers, Donald Gray den. 


218 


Prince, Mary, 


163 


Marguerite, 


218 


John, Rev., 


73» 74 


William T., 


218 


Mr. Thd., 


71 


Rokohl, Catherine Amelia, 


127 


Putnam, Adrian, 


56 


Roney, Alice McBlair, 


102 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



WARDEN FAMILY GKNRALOGY. 



245 



Root, Caroline, 


109 


Slater, Samuel, 


41 


Ross, Kbenezer, 


83 


Smith, Mr., 


190 


Hannah, 


73 


Albert, Rear Admiral, 


62 


Margaret, 


83 


Almira Holman, 


74.75 


Rachel, 


73 


Ezekiel, 


179 


William, 


73 


James, 


105, 169 


Round, David, 


53 


John, 


55. 57 


Richard, Elder, 


177 


Joseph, Rear Admiral, 


62 


Rounds, Cynthia, 


179 


Rebecca, 


53 


Rover, Witmoth, 


106 


Loring W., 


75 


Rowland, Sarah, 


123 


Oren R., 


105 


William, 


42 


Polly, 


55.57 


Royal, 


97 


R. M., 


105 


Russell, John, 


73 


Rebecca, 


54 


Gov., 


25 


Sallie, 


158 


Mr., 


98 


Snider, Earl B., 


95 


Salter, Sampson, 


68,79 


Herbert, 


95 


Sampson, Peter, 


222 


Soper , Annie, 


93 


Sanford, Mary, 


45 


Southard, Clara A., 


221 


Sargent, Abigail, 


176 


South wick, Nancy, 


55 


Sargent, Catherine, 


206 


Spencer, Bertha Sarle, 


218 


Charles, 


176 


Celia, 


199 


Joseph, 


206 


Celia Westcott, 


218 


Mary, 


176 


Christopher, 


199 


Miriam, 


176 


Edwin Henryj 


200 


Nehemiah, 


176 


George W., 


188 


Samuel, 


173. 176 


George Washington, 


198, 218 


Sylvester, 


206 


George Washington, Jr. 


, 200 


William, 


176, 206 


Mary, 


200 


Sarle, Nancy Edna, 


218 


Mary Elizabeth, 


218 


Satterlee, Sallie, 


108 


Mary H., 


218 


Schraag, Alberta Warden, 


130 


Thomas, 


199 


Belle Caswell, 


130 


William, 


218 


Louis W., 


130 


Stagner, Rebecca, 


104 


Sears. Eden. 


99 


Starling, Hannah, 


172 


Willard, 


99 


Steele, Frora. 


88 


Sedgwick, Elizabeth, 


162 


Margaret, 


88 


Seeley, Mary, 


118 


Samuel, 


88 


Sergeant, Elizabeth, 


67 


Wesley, 


88 


Sessions, Alexander, Rev. 


, 74, 75 


William, 


88 


John, 


45 


Stevens, Mr., 


149 


Sewall, Charles, Rev., 


73 » 74 


Abby, 


185 


Sewell, Joseph, Rev., 


83 


Edward, 


74 


Joseph, 


69 


Ephraim, Capt., 


180 


Shaftesbury, Earl of 


131 


Stewart, Mrs., 


i6o 


Sharpe, Elizabeth, 


144 


Gen., 


150 


Sarah Ann, 


144 


Elizabeth Davis, 


203 


Shaw, Grace, 


171 


Jeen, 


i65 


Shedd, Adelia M., 


208 


Wellington, 


203 


Sheppard, Mary, 


170 


Stockwell, Alton V., 


30 


Samuel, 


170 


Chellis W., 


18 


Showalter, Emma T., 


221 


Ethel C, 


18 


Shumway, Mary L., 


197 


Fred O., 


18, 30 


Sibley, Mr., 


57 


Maria A., 


18 


Silsey, John, 


104 


0. J., 


30 


Simmonds, Harriet, 


185 


Otis J., 


17 


Singleton, 


59 


Stoddard, Charles W., 


216 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



246 



WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



Stone, Mary, 


I04 


Tift, Roby, 


186 


Story, Elisha, 


65,84 


Todd, Davis P., 


104 


Joseph, 


84, 222 


Tolman, Martha, 


46, 47 


Julian, 


84 


Tower, Anna Rizpah, 


199 


Sarah, 


84 


Jane, 


199 


William, 


84 


Treadway, Abigail, 


32 


Stowe, Martin, 


20 


Josiah, 


32 


Stowell, Bertha L., 


210 


Sarah, 


32 


Carrie L., 


210 


Trip, Wait, 


46 


Henry R., 


210 


Tripp, Abial, 


44 


Delia E., 


210 


Tucker, Mary, 


170, 172 


Stratton, Charles, 


50 


Mr., 


35 


Lurinda W., 


185 


Turner, Elizabeth, 


82 


Strong, Freedom, 


53 


Mary, 


158 


Hannah, 


52, 53 


Tutt, John. 


158 


Jedediah, 


53 


Tuxburv, Dorothy, 


176 


Strother, French, Prof., 


157 


Tyler, Nathan, Col., 


181 


Lucy, 


158 


Quackenbush, Sarah, 


61 


John, 


158 


Underhill, S. A., 


75 


Stroud, Col., 


13^ 


Usher, John, 


47 


Stuart family, 


78 


Vannort, Lucinda, 


148 


Sumner, C. A., 


212 


Vaughn, Liddie, 


93 


Beuj. Jr., 


69 


Vernot, Mary, 


61 


Summers, Annie M., 


95 


Verry, Elizabeth, 


73 


Emma Maud, 


95 


Elizabeth Gray, 


14, 76 


John, 


94 


William G., 


74» 76 


Marshal, 


95 


William Gray, 


73 


Sweet, Henrietta M., 


89 


Vinal, Miss, 


98 


Richard, 


51 


Vose, Susan, 


58 


Sweeney, Maggie B., 


18 


Waddell, Mary Warden, 


152 


Talbot, Ruth Follet, 


52 


J. Alexander, Dr., 


^52 


Tallman, Benjamin, 


45 


J. Alexander, Jr., 


152 


Mary, 


45 


Wadsworth, Mr., Rev., 


82 


Patience, 


44. 45 


Wagner, Ida, 


219 


William, 


45 


Walcott, Gov., 


25 


Taylor, Priscilla, 


64 


Walker, Fanny Upham, 


116 


Thacher, Peter, Rev., 


99 


John S., 


116 


Thayer, Atherton. 


132 


J.S.,Jr., 


115 


Louis, 


132 


Kate Patten, 


76 


Thomas, George C, 


99 


Lucelia, 


16 


Thompson, Ethel M., 


95 


Wallace, Sir William, 


159, 160 


Herbert, 


95 


Ward, Clarissa, 


185 


Leslie, 


95 


Eliza, 


5 


Martha, 


122 


John, Rev., 


167 


Samuel, 


122 


William W., 


216 


William, 


120, 122 


Warren, Dr., 


84 


Thorp, Dorcas, 


104 


Warner, Eliza, 


211 


Elenor, 


104 


Washburn, Walter E., 


?07 


Jemimy, 


103 


Washington, Geo., 


145. 158 


William, 


104 


Waters, Frank L., 


17 


Thrasher, Mercy Bullock, 


187 


George, 


40 


Throp, F. M., 


113 


John, 


5 


Frank C, 


113 


Keziah, 


5 


Thurston, Margaret, 


52 


Sallie, 


5 


Susan, 


178 


Watkins, Justus, 


223 


Susanna, 


186 


Watts, Isaac, 


152 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



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247 



Weeks, Wm., 


178 


Weir, Evelyn M., 


64 


Weld, Elizabeth, 


35 


John, 


35 


Wellington, Clark, 


4 


Wells, Bell, 


117 


Westcott, Adelaide M., 


202 


Wesley, Charles, 


152 


John, 


152 


West, Horace M., 


186 


Mary A., 


186 


Wharton, Elizabeth, 


31 


Thomas, 


3h 32 


Wheeler, Miss, 


222 


Abbie Gertrude, 


17 


Arthur Otis, 


17 


Betsey, 


8 


Catherine Elizabeth, 


8, 12 


Catherine H., 


iz, 13. 16 


Catherine Holmes, 


17, 18 


Clara Alma, 


17 


Clara Jane, 


16 


Elizabeth, 


147 


Eliza Ann, 


9r 17 


Emily Davis, 


8 


Erastus Otis, 


8, 16 


Evelena Jane, 


9, 18 


Frances Dexter, 


8,17 


Hattie Warden, 


17 


Herbert Wilson, 


17 


John Wilson, 


8. 13 


Jonathan, 


185 


Marion L., 


16 


Nancy Maria, 


9 


Rosa A., 


16 


Sarah Warden, 


8, 16 


Wilson, 5, 6, 8, 12, 13, 


16, 17, 18 


182. 




Zacheus, 


8, 182 


Wheems, Isabella, 


71 


Wheelock, Mr., 


57 


White, Ada Marietta, 


199, 218 


Adriel, 


181 


Adriel C, 


210 


Alice Stearns, 


199 


Charles H., 


199, 218 


Charles Henry, 


199 


Effie Davis, 


204 


Eliza Fox, 


6 


Evelina, 


199 


Fred Waterman, 


199, 218 


Herbert Lucius, 


199 


Herbert Waterman, 


218 


James White, 


6 


James Arden, 


6 


John C, 


204 



White, Katheryn E., 


210 


Marietta, 


218 


Miranda, 


197 


Phebe M., 


220 


RollinO., 


210 


Sophia, 


184 


William, 


167 


Whitlock, Phillip, 


204 


Whitmore, Mary, 


38 


Whitney Bros., 


215 


W. W., 


18 


Whittier, Abner, 


173 


John, 


173 


John Greenleaf, 


169 


Thomas, 


173 


Wiggin, Sarah, 


169 


Wight, Kate L.. 


75 


Wild, Alfred Wheaton, 


220 


Mabel Elizabeth, 


220 


Wilder, David, Jr., 


4 


Wilcox, Catherine, 


175. 176 


Wilhoit, Lou, 


104 


Wilkinson, Lettie, 


113 


Williams, A. W., 


41 


Abigail, 


176 


Elizabeth, 


145 


Hannah, 


176 


Henry, 


173, 176 


Judith, 


176 


Mary, 


176 


Sarah, 


176 


Thomas, 


176 


William, 


176 


Wilmarth, Mary, 


177 


Thomas, 


177 


Willmarth, Mehittabell, 


177 


Wilson, Rev. Mr., 


122 


' Benj., 


56 


Elona, 


56 


Mary, 


32 


Joseph R., Rev., 


152 


William, 


32 


Winslow, Kenelem, 


50 


Winter, Jennie A., 


149 


Withers, Susan, 


59 


William, 


158 


Winthrop, Gov., 


37 


Wohnlich, Alice, 


217 


Wood, Chas. J., 


114 


Elizabeth A., 


186 


Ezra, Col., 


180 


Grosvenor, 


114 


Harriet Grosvenor, 


114 


Harvey, 


204 


Jean Edith, 


114 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



248 



WARDEN FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



Wood, Kate Griswold, 


114 


Young, Albert A., 


208 


Woods, Lizzie, 


106, 107 


Emma S., 


208 


Woodbury, Capt., 


i8i 


Fred B., 


208 


Woodward, Susan, 


118 


Jarvis D., 


208 


Worden, Lucinda Wood, 


20 r 


William F., 


208 


Wright, Bet tie, 


119 


Zachariah J., 


208 


Sarah, 


141 


Zolicoffer, Gen., 


112 




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