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CONCORD, MASS., IN 1636. 



Compiled at the request of JOSEPH E. BULKELEY. 



BY 



Rev. F. W. CHAPMAN, 



AUTHOR OF THE "CHAPMAN, " PRATT," "TROWBRIDGE," "BUCKINGHAM, AND 
"COIT" FAMILIES; MEMBER OF THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORICAL AND 
GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, THE CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL 
SOCIETY, THE NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL 
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PREFACE. 



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About four years since, Mr. Joseph E. Bulkeley, of New York, 
who has a country seat in Rocky Hill, engaged the publisher to 
prepare a full and complete genealogy of the Bulkeley family in 
America, descended from the Rev. Peter Bulkeley, of Concord, 
Mass., who arrived in New England in 1634 or 1635. Most of 
the four intervening years have been faithfully devoted to this 
work. No pains have been spared to make out a correct list of 
all the descendants. The usual difficulties attending such an enter- 
prise have been fully experienced. More than one thousand letters 
have been written to different members of the family. Two differ- 
ent circulars have also been sent to all whose residence has been 
known. The writer has also visited the offices of town clerks and 
clerks of probate, and examined church and parish records, searched 
burial-grounds, visited numerous families, and made as thorough 
investigation as practicable to include all of the race in the country. 
In order to. gain all of historical interest that could be gathered, 
many days have been spent in the largest libraries of New York, 
Boston, New Haven, Hartford, and Worcester, the superintendents 
of which have afforded every facility in their power. The task of 
collecting materials for this memorial has of course been laborious 
beyond what any one can realize who has not been engaged in 
similar labors. 

In multitudes of instances, no response has been given to letters 
repeatedly sent to individuals requesting dates and other important 
facts, which could be gathered from no other source. In some 
cases we have been obliged to address letters to professional men 
in the vicinity of the delinquents and offer them a compensation 
for gathering the needed information for us. The chirography of 



IV PREFACE. 

those who have returned answers, in cases not infrequent, has been 
such as was impossible to decipher, obliging us to write a second 
time, requesting an explanation. Many families have kept no 
record, but have forwarded lists from memory, and different mem- 
bers of the same family have often disagreed in the dates fur- 
nished. The history of the earlier generations has been made as 
complete as could be by a diligent search of public records, which 
are the principal sources of information respecting the earlier 
families; but all the facts sought were not recorded. Records in 
some instances have been lost; in others the desired items of infor- 
mation are omitted, and such records often disagree. In all such 
cases the writer has selected such names and dates as seemed 
sanctioned by the highest authority. The later generations have 
been collected mainly by examining family records and by cor- 
respondence with members of the various families now living. 
Great perplexity has been experienced from the fact that, until 
quite recently, there has been during the last hundred years un- 
warrantable neglect to register on public records the births, mar- 
riages, and deaths which have occurred in the various towns and 
parishes. These explanations are given, that those persons who do 
not find the account of their families as perfect as they expected, 
may understand that all reasonable effort has been expended to 
secure completeness and accuracy. The compiler has carefully 
examined all the records within his reach and the various manu- 
scripts furnished him, and has diligently sought information from 
all available sources. It has been his constant aim to furnish a 
reliable record and history of the family in its numerous branches. 
For the errors of recorders and correspondents he cannot be held 
responsible. Manifest errors in the spelling of names have been 
corrected according to his best judgment, while some peculiarities 
in the earlier generations have been purposely retained. It is 
hardly possible in a work of this kind to avoid mistakes in deci- 
phering and transcribing so many thousand names and dates, many 
of which are found in records and manuscripts scarcely legible. 
It is exceedingly difficult to avoid all errors in printing a volume 
containing so many dates and figures, even where the copy is com- 
plete. Although the sheets, as they have come from the press, 
have been carefully read before the last impression by some half 
dozen different individuals, some errors have escaped the notice of 
the compiler and his assistant proof-readers. 

It is to be regretted that a few families have been so separated 



PREFACE. V 

from their relatives that no trace of them and their descendants 
have been found. Still, with few exceptions, we think a full and 
accurate record has been given. 

The thanks of the compiler are due to those members of the 
family who have aided him in his researches. He is under especial 
obligations to Mr. Joseph E. Bulkeley for records and historical 
matter relating to the family, collected by him in this country and 
in England, previous to his engagement with the author; to Mr. 
James H. Bulkeley, of Philadelphia, for the family records of de- 
scendants in Pennsylvania; to Miss Anna L. North, Cheektowaga, 
N. Y., for assistance in tracing the descendants of Prescott and 
Lois Williams Bulkeley; to Mrs. M. S. Converse of Elmira, N. Y., 
for records of Benjamin, Brownell, and Francis Bulkeley; to Dr. 
Edward Bulkeley, of New Haven, for valuable statistics relating 
to the descendants of Edward and Diana Bunce Bulkeley; and es- 
pecially to Miss Eliza Ann Bulkeley, of Southport, for aid in col- 
lecting the descendants of Thomas and Peter Bulkeley, sons of 
Eev. Peter Bulkeley, of Concord, and without whose assistance 
their records would unavoidably have been very incomplete; and 
to numerous other persons not connected with the family for the 
assistance they have rendered him in his investigations. 

As the work will probably fall into the hands of some not ex- 
tensively versed in genealogies, the author has endeavored to 
make it as free from intricacies as possible. The descendants of 
each child of the first settler who married and had offspring are 
distinctly traced by themselves, according to their generations, and 
are all numbered from the beginning. The marginal numbers give 
each descendant his place in the order of descent, while the head 
numbers in the middle of the page, corresponding to those in the 
margin, give the marriages of such as have entered the family rela- 
tion, and as far as possible the names of their partners, with the 
dates of their marriage and decease. 

A full index of the baptismal names of those whose surname is 
Bulkeley is furnished, the number of the individual being opposite 
to the Christian name on the left and the date of birth on the right ; 
also an index of the descendants of other names than those of 
Bulkeley, with numbers and dates to correspond ; and a list of those 
who have married into the Bulkeley family, with the number of 
their respective partners on the left and date of marriage on the 
right. 

In conclusion, the volume is sent forth in the hope that it will 



VI PREFACE. 

be acceptable to the numerous living members of the family, and 
that it may stimulate the present and future generations to emulate 
the piety, the love of civil and religious liberty, and that devotion 
to the common welfare which characterized the early settlers of 
New England. 

FREDERICK W. CHAPMAN. 

Rocky Hill. Conn., December 1st, 1875. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Earlier Notices of the Bulkeley Family, in England, - - - - 9 

Bulkeley Pedigree, - - - - - - - - 1 8 

Introductory History of the Family in America, - - - -24 

Will of Rev. Peter Bulkeley, - - - - - - - 30 

Genealogy of the Families in America, - - - - 35 

Rev. Peter Bulkeley, the Puritan Settler, - - - - - 35 

Descendants of Rev. Edward Bulkeley, - - - - - 38 

Will of Joseph Bulkeley, of Littleton, - - - - - 41 

Descendants of Thomas Bulkeley, of Fairfield, - - - 44 

John Bulkeley and his descendants, - - - - - - 64 

Will of John Bulkeley, - - 64 

Will of Everard Faulkner, - ..... 68 

Will of Elisabeth Faulkner, - - .... 70 

Rev. Gershom Bulkeley, and descendants, - - - - 78 

Will of Rev. Gershom Bulkeley, of Wethersfield, - - - - 81 

Rev. John Bulkeley, of Colchester, - - - - - 91 

Exploits of Capt. Charles Bulkeley, of New London, - - - 111 

Untimely Death of Walter William Bulkeley, - 123 

Memoir of Dr. Sylvester Bulkeley, - - - - - 127 

Notice of Gurdon Bulkeley, - - - - - - - 136 

Memoir of Eleazer Bulkeley, ------- 201 

Index to Christian Names of those bearing the surname of Bulkeley, - 255 
Index to the Names of other descendants than those bearing the surname of 

Bulkeley, --------- 269 

Index to the Names of persons who have married into the Bulkeley family, 278 



APPENDIX.— Life of Rev. Peter Bulkeley, by Rev. Cotton Mather, 



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THE BUJLKELEY FAMILY. 



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This family descended from remote antiquity. Its surname is 
derived from a ridge of mountains in the County Palatine of 
Chester. The name was spelled in the reign of John — 1199 to 
1216 and generations succeeding — Buclough, or larger mountain. 
In the 20th of Henry IV., and on the visitations of Edward IV., 
its designation was Bucclogh — Lord of Bulclogh in Cheshire; and 
of the manor of Eaton, Presland and Almon, Nbrbury and Steu- 
ben, and in the inquisitions of Post Mortem, of later dates, of 
Stoke and Mayfield. 

Robert Bulclogh, Lord of Bulclogh. 

Win. Bulkeley, first son, 1302, married Miss Maud, daughter of 
Sir John Davenport and wife, Alice, and their descendants bore 
the manor of Norbury. 

The following sketch of the Buckeleys is taken from Lyson's 
Magnalia of Great Britain: 

The township of Bulkeley, or Buckley, lies about nine miles 
N. N. West from Nantwich ; the manor was the inheritance of an 
ancient family of that name, the elder branch of which became 
extinct in the 4 th century. After this period, we find two estates 
in this township, each called the manor of Bulkeley; one of these 
passed, by marriage, to Thomas Holford, Esq., of the body to 
King Richard II., and is now the property of George James, Earl 
of Cholmondeley, whose ancestor, Sir Hugh Cholmondeley, mar- 
ried the daughter and heir of Christopher Holford, Esq. The 
other passed, by marriage, from the family of Bulkeley to that of 
Calveley, and was purchased by Lord Cholmondeley in 1659, of 
Lord and Lady Byron, having been conveyed by Sir Hugh Calve- 
ley to Lady Byron — then Mrs. Elisabeth Booth — in 1646. 

Robert Lord Cholmondeley, Thomas Bulkeley, and Edward 
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10 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

Bressey (or Brassay), are described as joint Lords of Bulkeley in 
a manuscript of 1G62; the Brassays possessed their estates in 
Bulkeley by marriage with the heiress of Hadleigh, about the 
beginning of the 15th century. Webb, in his Itinerancy, written 
in the year 1662, speaks of a fair new house in this township, then 
belonging to Thomas Brassey, Gent. The mansion and its de- 
mesne still belong to the Brassey family. Thomas Bulkeley, the 
last male heir of that ancient family, resided in the township of 
Bulkeley, in an house now called Bulkeley Hall, which had been 
built by his father, till his death, which happened in 1802, at the 
advanced age of ninety-eight (98). This mansion passed, by 
bequest, to Mr. Thomas Orton, the present proprietor. Old Bulke- 
ley Hall, the property of the Earl of Cholmondeley, is occupied 
by a farmer (Vide Lyson's Magnalia, Vol. 3, p. 681). 

In Cheshire noblemen's seats is a seat of Lord Viscount Bulke- 
ley, in right of his lady, the heiress of the "Warrens. (Page 353.) 

The Baskerayles, a younger branch of this family, settled at 
Bulkeley, by marriage with the heiress of Hadley, descended from 
a branch of the Bulkeleys. (Page 362.) 

Richard Bulkeley was Sheriff of Chester in 1457. (Vide King's 
History of Chester, page 73.) 

The Bulkeleys were Lords of Bulkeley in the reign of King 
John. Robert De Bulkeley, who was Sheriff of Cheshire in 1309, 
had three sons, William, common ancestor of most of the Cheshire 
branches; Thomas, whose posterity soon failed in the male line; 
and Peter, ancestor of the Bulkeleys of Ware in Shropshire, and 
the Bulkeleys of Boxton, who became extinct after three descents. 
William, above mentioned, had several sons, viz., William, who 
left an only daughter, married to Thomas Holford, in consequence 
of which match the Cholmondeleys of Vale Royal, by marriage 
with the heiress of Holford, are representatives of the elder 
branch of the Bulkeleys. Robert, the second son of William, set- 
tled at Eaton, in Devenham, and had two sons, Robert, ancestor of 
the Bulkeleys of Eaton, which family became extinct after six 
generations; and Richard, who married the heiress of Chedle and 
of Whatcroft in Devenham. The elder branch of these Bulkeleys 
removed to Beaumaris, in the Isle of Anglesea, and were ancestors 
of Lord Viscount Bulkeley, who has a seat in Cheshire, in right 
of his lady, as heiress of the Warrens. A younger branch of 
this house continued for some descents at Chedle. Roger Bulkeley, 
third son of William Bulkeley, above mentioned, settling at Nor- 



12 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

an early period in moities, between the families of Praers, suc- 
ceeded by the Manwarings and that of Bulkeley in the reign of 
Henry VIII. 

Thomas Bulkeley sold his estate in Ayton to the Breretons, who 
seem eventually to have been possessed of the whole Manor which 
before the year 1672 had passed, by successive sales, to the fami- 
lies of Lendsay and Cholmondeley. It is now the property of 
Thomas Cholmondeley, Esq., of Vale Royal, M. P. The Bulkeley s 
had a seat at Ayton. Bishop Gartrell mentions a monument, for- 
merly in Davenham Church, for William Bulkeley, Esq., of Ayton, 
who died in the reign of Edward IV. Leland says that the two 
Bulkeleys, i. e. the Bulkeleys of Whatcroft and Ayton, contended 
either to be the Elder house of that name ; he adds Bulkeley of 
Eaton Stakam to a daughter and Leftwich had her but Sir. Gul'. 
Breton of brought Eyton. (Vol. 3, p. 647. 1810.) 

The township of Whatcroft lies three miles south-east of Nor- 
wich ; the manor was for many generations in that branch of the 
Bulkeley family from which the present Lord Viscount Bulkeley is 
descended. This branch of the family had removed into North 
Wales before Leland's time but continued to possess Whatcroft 
till after the year 1756. (Page 650.) 

In the sixth year of the reign of Edward II., David Bulkeley, 
Sergeant of the Peace, to Richard Sutton, presented the heads 
of two f olons executed for burglary. (Page 686.) 

A branch of the Bulkeleys resided at Hollyhurst in the seven- 
teenth century. (Page 687.) 

Roger, a younger son of William Bulkeley, having settled at 
Norbury, upon an estate given him by his father about the latter 
end of the thirteenth century, took the name of Norbury. (Page 
687.) 

In the parish church of Middlewich are two chapels which 
belonged to the Barons of Kinderton, one fitted up in 1615, the 
other in 1632, ornamented with the Arms and quarterings of that 
family. In the north-east chapel which was purchased of Sir 
Richard Bulkeley in 1858 are several memorials of Venables and 
Levera. (Page 688.) 

In the parish church of Mothan are memorials of the Bulkeleys. 
(Page 696-7.) 

On Page 262 — and onward of Playf air's British Antiquity, pub- 
lished at London in 1809 — is the following entry : 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 11 

bury, his posterity assumed the name of Norbury, and became ex- 
tinct in the elder branch, after four generations. The posterity of 
Richard, fourth son of William Bulkeley, settled at Prestland, 
near Bunbury, took the name of Presland, were for several descents 
of Wardle Hall in the same parish, and continued in the male line 
till the middle of the 17th century, if not later. Thomas Bulkeley, 
the fifth son, who was of Alpraham, left an only daughter, mar- 
ried to Thomas Arderne, whose heiress married Thomas Stanley 
of Elford. 

David was the youngest son of William Bulkeley, Esq., by 
whose death this branch of the family became extinct in 1812. 
(Lyson, page 363.) 

Lawrence Wright, Esq., who became thus possessed of Offerton 
about the year 1600, was grandson of Thomas Wright, of Nant 
wich, whose pedigree is traced a few descents higher to Thomas 
Wright, alias Bulkeley. (Page 369.) 

The Prestlands, descended from a younger branch of the Bulke- 
ley family, were for many generations of Wordle in Bunbury. 
They became extinct in the early part of the 17th century. 
(Page 472.) 

The manor of Austersan, or Alstanton, was at an early period 
the property of the Alstantons, from whom it passed by successive 
female heirs to the families of Bulkeleys, Weterhall, Praers, and 
Bromley. (Page 477.) 

A free school was founded at Wrenbury by Mr. Ralph Bulke- 
ley in 1605. It is endowed with the interest of £230, the interest 
of which is appropriated to bind their apprentices. (Page 515.) 

The other moiety of the manor of Timperly was held, at a very 
early period, under the Barony of Durham Massay, by the Chea- 
dles and their representatives, the Bulkeleys of Cheadle. This 
estate belonged to Lord Bulkeley in 1702. (Page 552.) 

The Township of Wardhull, or Wardle, lies about five miles 
north-west from Nantwich. The Manor is the property of the 
Earl of Dysart, by inheritance from the Wilbraham family. Sir 
Thomas Wilbraham, who was possessed of this Manor in the mid- 
dle of the seventeenth century, purchased the Hall which is now 
a farm-house, from the Prestlands, who had been settled there for 
several descents from a younger branch of the Bulkeley Family. 
(Page 552.) 

The township of Eaton, or as it was anciently written, Ayton, lies 
near three miles south by west of Norwich ; the Manor was at 



14 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

Sir Robert Bulkeley of Beaumaris and Chedd, the eldest son, 
was knighted in 1576; represented the county of Anglesey in sev- 
eral Parliaments, in the reigns of Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth, 
to the latter of whom he proved an excellent soldier and faithful 
subject on many occasions. He was also chamberlain of North 
Wales. He was married to his first wife, Margaret, daughter of 
Sir John Savage of Rock Savage and Clifton, in Cheshire, Knight, 
and to his second, Agnes, daughter of Thomas Needham, of Shav- 
ington, in Shropshire, Esq., and had, by her, eight sons and two 
daughters. 

Dr. Launcelot Bulkeley, the sixth son of Sir Richard, was ad- 
mitted a commoner of Brazen Nose College, Oxford, in 1587, 
the eighteenth year of his age, and taking his degree of A. M. in 
1593, was, on the 13th of November in that year, ordained deacon, 
and the same day inducted to the rectory of Llandyffran, to which 
was added, on the 4th of March following, the rectory of Llandeg- 
vaine, otherwise Beaumaris, of which Lord Bulkeley is patron. On 
the 25th of March, 1594, he was admitted into priest's orders; 
after which, being Archbishop of Dublin, he took the degree of 
D.D. in that University, and by letters patent, August 11th, 
1619, was promoted to the Archepiscopal See, soon after which, 
he was sworn of the privy council, and on the 15th of April, 1624, 
appointed one of the commissioners for the preservation of the 
peace in the provinces of Leinster and Ulster, during the deputy 
Lord Falkland's absence to visit the new plantations in the north. 
He died at his palace of Tallayht, September 8th, 1650, in the 82d 
year of his age. He married Alice, daughter of Rowland Bulke- 
ley, of Beaumaris, and had issue by her of two sons and two 
daughters. 

William Bulkeley, D.D., Archbishop of Dublin, at Miltown, 
which, with many other houses and castles belonging to the 
Protestant nobility and gentry in the counties of Dublin and 
Wicklow, were burnt in 1641. to prevent the English from plant- 
ing any garrisons in those parts. He was a person of great virtue 
and piety, one who made it his chief occupation to serve the church, 
and his amusement to improve and adorn his estate with planta- 
tions, whereby from a rude, desolate, and wild land he brought 
it to be a most delightful patrimony. He married Elisabeth, 
daughter of Henry Manwaring of Kilkenny, Esq., one of the 
masters in the high court of chancery in Ireland, by whom he had 
three sons and three daughters. Sir Edward, the eldest son, who 



bulkeley family. 13 

Viscount Bulkeley in Ireland. 

This ancient and noble family appears, by a curious illuminated 
pedigree in his Lordship's possession, to be descended from Kobert 
Bulkeley, Esq., Lord of the manor of Bulkeley in the County Pala- 
tine of Chester, in the reign of King John, who was succeeded in 
his estates by his son William, who had five sons. 

Robert Bulkeley of Bulkeley, Esq., the eldest son, married a 
daughter of Thomas Butler, Baron of Warrington in Cheshire, 
by whom he had two sons and four daughters. William, the 
oldest son and heir, was living at Bulkeley in the year 1302, and 
twice married, 1. To Maud, daughter of Sir John Davenport 
Knight. 2. To Alice, daughter of Vigan St. Piere. By the lat- 
ter wife he had one son, Richard, to whom he gave the manor of 
Prentland, in Cheshire, whereupon he assumed that name which 
his descendants continued to use. The issue of the former (mar- 
riage) was five sons. 

Robert Bulkeley, 2d son of William, became seated at Eaton in 
Cheshire, which he had of his father's gift. He was sheriff of 
the County in 1341, and married Isabel, daughter of Philip Edger- 
ton of Malpas in Cheshire, and had by her a daughter, Cecily, 
who married Thomas Weaver, of Cheshire, and had two sons. 
Robert, from whom the Bulkeleys of Calemand Burgate in Cheshire 
are descended, and Richard, ancestor to Lord Bulkeley. Richard 
married Agnes, daughter and co-heiress to Roger Chid el, of Chid- 
el, in Cheshire, and had with her that estate in which he was suc- 
ceeded by his only son William Bulkeley, Esq., of Chidel, who, in 
the reign of Henry VI., being Constable of Beaumaris in the 
Isle of Anglesy, prevented the Duke of York from landing there 
on his return from Ireland to join the Earl of Warwick against 
the King. He married Ellen, daughter of Gwilliam ap Griffith of 
Pentrie Esq., by whom he had six sons and four daughters. Row- 
land Bulkeley, of Beaumaris, Esq., the eldest son, married Alice, 
daughter and heiress to William Beconsal, of Beconsal in Lanca- 
shire, Esq., and had issue five sons and two daughters. 

Sir Richard Bulkeley, the eldest son, succeeded his father Row- 
land at Beaumaris; was honored with knighthood and made 
chamberlain of North Wales in 1534. He married Catharine, 
daughter of Sir William Griffith, Jun., of Penrhyn, in the county 
of Carnarvon, chamberlain of North Wales, and had, by her, 
four sons and two daughters. 



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16 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

Davenport of Bromhall, in Cheshire, Knight, and, second, to Mary, 
daughter of William Lord Borough of Gainsborough, in Lincoln- 
shire. By the former he had one son and one daughter; by the 
second, two sons and four daughters. 

Thomas, first Viscount, the younger son, was seated at Barnhill, 
near Beaumaris ; and being a person of great merit and strict 
loyalty to King Charles I., was advanced, by patent under the 
privy seal, dated at Oxford, June the 6th, 1643, to the dignity of 
Viscount Bulkeley of Cashel, in the Kingdom of Ireland. He 
married Blanche, daughter of Robert Coytmore of Coytmore, in 
Carnarvonshire, Esq., and, secondly, the daughter of Robert 
Cheadle, who was some time his Lordship's steward. By the lat- 
ter he had five sons and four daughters. 

Robert, 2d Viscount Bulkeley, the eldest surviving son and heir, 
was sheriff of the county of Anglesey, in 1658, and served for that 
county, in the Parliament which restored King Charles IT., contin- 
uing to be its representative, till his death, which happened Oct. 
the 16th, 1688. He married Sarah, daughter of Daniel Harvey, of 
Coombe, in Surrey, Esq., and had issue three sons and six daugh- 
ters. 

Richard, the 3d Viscount, was born in 1658. He represented 

the county of Anglesey in Parliament, from 1680 until his death, 

and in 1701 was appointed Vice Admiral of North Wales. He mar - 

: ^ A 1st, Mary, daughter of Sir Philip Egerton, of Egerton and 

Duuiin, Knight. 

Richard, 4th Viscount, who succeeded his father Aug. 9th, 1704, 
was representative for the county of Anglesey, from 1705 till his 
death, the constable of Beaumaris castle and constable of North 
Wales, on the 2d of Nov., 1713, was made constable of Carnarvon 
castle, and died at Bath, June 4, 1724, having always distinguished 
himself by a steady adherence to principles of loyalty, and disin- 
terested zeal for the good of his country, and the strictest regard 
to every social virtue. He married Lady Bridget Bertie, eldest 
daughter of James, Earl of Abingdon, and by her left issue two 
v sons and four daughters. 

Richard, 5th Viscount, born in 1708, was, in March, 1730, elected 
member of Parliament, for Beaumaris, and was re-chosen at the 
next general election ; he was likewise Governor of Beaumaris cas- 

(tle and chamberlain of North Wales. On the 12th of Jan., 1731, 
his Lordship married Jane, daughter and heiress of Lewis Owen, 
of Penairth, in Merionithshire, Esq., but, dying without issue, 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 15 

succeeded to Old Bawne, was also seated at Dunlaven, in the county 
of Wicklow. He was created a Baronet of Ireland by patent, 
December 9th, 1(382. In 1650 he married, first, Catharine, daughter 
and co-heiress of John Byhe, Esq., chief baron of the exchequer in 
Ireland, and by her, who died in 1624, had two sons, and his 

second wife was Dorothy, daughter of Whitfield, Esq., by 

whom he had no issue. He died in 1635, and was succeeded by 
Sir Robert Bulkeley, Bart., and their oldest son and heir, who had 
his education in the Universities of Oxford and Dublin, and took 
the degree of A.B., May 21st, 1680. He was a person of good 
understanding and reason, which in many respects were set off by the 
imperfect symmetry, or rather deformity, of his body. In the 
course of his childhood his faculties were so extraordinary that in 
a few years he acquired a very great share of learning, and, being 
blessed with a great memory, his knowledge and learning were 
therein most securely treasured up. At sixteen years of age he 
had a large stock of human learning, with talents that have rarely 
been equalled, wit, fancy, and ready apprehension, with a memory 
almost miraculous. Yet with all this fund of reason and literature, 
he was strangely deluded and led away by the absurd ravings of a 
set of enthusiastic pretenders to prophecy, who first appeared 
among the French Camisards and Huguenots. With these he en- 
gaged so deeply that not only his estate partly supplied their ex- 
travagance, but he prostituted his excellent pen in defense of their 
phrenzy and misapplied his great capacity and good sense by 
endeavors to support their groundless delusions, and was only pre- 
vented by death, from selling his estate to distribute amongst them. 
He married Lucy, daughter of Sir George Downing of Hatley, in 
Cambridgeshire, Baronet, and leaving no issue, the title became 
extinct, for his brother John Bulkeley, who died July 18th, 
1699, left by Elisabeth, his wife, daughter of Henry Whitfield, 
Esq.. an only daughter, Besther, who became heiress to the estate 
and was married April L5th, 1702, to James Worth Tynte, Esq., 
younger son <>i' Mr. Baron Worth, and died August 9th, 1723. 

Sir Robert Bulkeley, eldest son of Sir Richard Bulkeley, of 
Beaumaris, by his first wife, Margaret Savage, received the bono 
of Knighthood, and by King James I. instructions to Wm. Lore 
Compton, President of Wales, dated November 12, 1617, was aj 
pointed one of the council of his Lordship, for that principality 
He died June the 28th, 162 1, and was buried at Beaumaris, hav 
ing been twice married, first, to Catharine, daughter of Willian 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 17 

March the 15th, 1738, the title descended to his brother, James, 6th 
Viscount, who on the 19th of April was elected representative 
in Parliament for Beaumaris ; was also constable of the castle 
there and chamberlain for North Wales. In August, 1747, he mar- 
ried Emma Isle, daughter and heiress of Thomas Rowland, of Csern, 
in the Isle of Anglesey, Esq., by whom he had two daughters, and 
also a posthumous son. 

Thomas James, 7th Viscount Bulkeley of Ireland, and 1st Lord 
Bulkeley, Baron of Beaumaris, in the Isle of Anglesey, was born 
on the 12th of Dec, 1752. At the general elections in the years 
1774 and 1780 his Lordship was chosen representative, for the 
county of Anglesey ; was created a peer of Great Britain by the 
title of Lord Bulkeley, Baron of Beaumaris in the Isle of Anglesey, 
by patent dated May the 14th, 1784, and was likewise Lord Lieut, 
and Custos Rutulorum of the city of Carnarvon. His Lordship on 
the 27th of April, 1777, was married to Elizabeth Harriet, only 
daughter and heiress of Sir George Warner, Knight of the Bath, 
but has no issue. He made the grand tour in conjunction with the 
Marquis of Buckingham. 

Note. — Thomas James Warner Bulkeley, Baron Bulkeley of Beau- 
maris, in the county of Anglesey, also Viscount Bulkeley of the 
kingdom of Ireland, Lord Lieut, of Carnarvon, third chamberlain 
of North Wales and hereditary constable of Beaumaris' castle, May 
14, 1784. 



18 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

THE BULKELEY PEDIGEEE. 

Prepared for the Genealogical Register by Miss H. A. Brainbkidge, of London. 



The Bulkeley, or Bulkley, or, as it is sometimes spelt, Buckley, 
family, is of very ancient origin, and thrived in Cheshire for many 
years. They were afterwards scattered far and wide ; several 
branches taking other names. 

William Bulkeley, one of the early lords of Bulkeley, who mar- 
ried the daughter of Sir John Davenport, had six sons : the eldest 
William, took a share of Bulkeley ; Robert took Eaton and Al- 
stanton ; Roger assumed the name of Norbury and took that es- 
tate ; Richard took Prestland, and assumed that name ; Thomas 
married a daughter of Matthew de Alpraham, and seems to have 
taken Alpraham ; and David took a share of Bulkeley. 

From these sprang the lords Bulkeley ; the Bulkeleys of Ireland, 
Beaumaris, Davinham, Haughton, Cheadle, Burgate, Porthamel, 
Wore (or Woore), Broxton, Stanlow, Odell, and America. 

A paragraph in Neal's History of the Puritans relative to Peter 

Buckeley of Odell, afterwards of America, reads thus : — 

" But notwithstanding this prohibition, numbers went to New 
England this summer [1635] ; and amongst others the Reverend 
Mr. Peter Bulkley, B. D., fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. 
He was son of Dr. Edivard Bulkley of Bedfordshire, and succeeded 
him at Woodhill or Odell in that county. There he continued 
above twenty years, the Bishop of Lincoln conniving at his non- 
conformity ; but when Dr. Laud was at the helm of the church 
and the Bishop of Lincoln in disgrace, Bulkley was silenced by the 
vicar-general, Sir Nathaniel Brent ; upon which he sold a very 
plentiful estate and transported himself and his effects to New 
England, where he died in the year 1658-9, and in the seventy- 
seventh of his age. He was a thundering preacher and a judicious 
divine, as appears by his treatise of the Covenant, which passed 
through several editions and was one of the first books published in 
that country." 1 

As regards Edward, the father, the registers at Woore, where 

lie was born, are not perfect. He was the son of Thomas, and was 

curate of St. Mary's, Shrewsbury, in 1550 ; afterwards prebend of 

Chester, then of Lichfield, and minister at Odell, where he died. 

1 The Gosjxt Covenant by Rev. Peter Bulkley, though preached as a sermon 
at Concord, N. E., was not printed in this country. The first edition appeared 
in London in 1646, and the second in 1651. — Ed. 



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A— PEDIGREE OF THOMAS BULKELEY. 



THOMAS BULKELEY= 






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s. & heir. | 


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13 Ric. II. 



B— PEDIGREE OF DAVID BULKELEY. 

DAVID BULKELEY=Ellen, dan. of De Blckerton. 



Robert Bulkeley= 



William B.= 
13 Edw. III. | 

Richard B. of= 
Bulkeley aud I 
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David B.=Alicia. 
of Bulkeley and 
Bickerton, d. 
1 139. 



John Bulkeley =a dau. of Fisher 
temp. Hen. VII. I of Broxton, Co. 
I Cheshire. 

John B. of= , dau. of Dod 

Bul keley. | of Chester. 

Robert B.=Helena, dau. of Thos. Booth of 
3 & 4 Q. Mary. | Cholmondeley, Co. Chester. 



Thomas B.=Cicely, dau. of Humphrey Wittingham 
of Bulkeley. | of Moseborrow. 

Thomas B.=Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Roe=Elizabeth, dau. of Randell 
| of Tissington. [ Hopley of Everton. 

Robert B. = a dau . =Thomas Brassey . 



Thomas B. of Bulkeley, = , dau. of Whitfield. 

left his estates to his nephew, I 

Thomas Horton, Esq. | 

Robei't=Lydia Higgonsoii. 
rt.s.p. | 

Elizabeth = John Barnaby of 
heiress. Brockhampton. 



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D— PEDIGREE OF BULKLEY OF EATON. 



Isabel, dau.=ROBERT B. of Eaton, 
of Sir Philip Egerton of Malpas. | 1341. son and heir. 



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a minor, Edw. I Alstanton, I 
3, 1397. I 



William B. of= 
Eaton, 5 Hen. V. | 



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William B. of= 
Davenham, d. 146™. | 



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Elizabeth. 



Richard. William. Thomas. Edward. 



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grandfather, of Cheshire. and heir, 
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21 BULKELEY FAMILY. 



INTRODUCTORY HISTORY OF THE BULKELEY FAMILY 

m AMERICA. 



-♦♦♦- 



As the Rev. Peter Bulkeley was one of the organizers and the 
first pastor of the church of Concord, Mass., and was identified 
with the town in all its interests, we have deemed it fitting to ex- 
tract from Shattuck's History the following : — 

This church was organized at Cambridge, July 5th, 1636, and 
was the thirteenth established in the colony. The meeting was 
called by the Rev. Peter Bulkeley* and the Rev. John Jones 
who, with others, had previously begun the settlement of 
Concord. The Governor and Deputy Governor were invited to be 
present on the occasion, but because they supposed there was an 
informality in the invitation, at variance with their over -precise 
notions of etiquette, they did not attend. They sent word three 
days before, to the Governor and Deputy, to desire their presence, 
but they took it in ill-part, and thought not fit to go, because they 
had not come to them before, as they ought to have done, and as 
others had done before, to acquaint them with their purpose. 

On the 6th of April, 1637, the church kept a day of humiliation 
at Cambridge, preparatory to the ordination or installation of Mr. 
Bulkeley, whom they chose teacher, and of Mr. Jones, whom they 
chose pastor. Delegates were present from most of the churches 
in the colony to assist in the ordination, but, says Winthrop, " the 
Governor and Mr. Cotton and Mr. Wheelright, and the two ruling 
elders of Boston, and the rest of that church which were of any 
note, did none of them come to this meeting. The reason was 
conceived to be because they counted there as legal preachers, and 
therefore would not give approbation to their ordination." 

* The name is also spelt Bulkley, Bulkly, and Buckly. The Rev. Peter and his 
family wrote it Bulkeley, and the leading families among his descendants write it 
Bulkeley. 



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The ordination, however, proceeded. Shattuck continues his 
narrative. " I liave a long letter before me, written by Mr. Bulke- 
ley, before his ordination, to the Rev. Mr. Cotton of Boston, in 
which this subject is discussed in his usual style. I ts great length 
prevents its insertion here. In a Postscript he says, ' I should have 
acquainted you yesterday that the ordination of the elders of the 
church of Concord is to be on Wednesday, come seven, night. It 
is to be here at Newtown. 1 pray take notice of it. If it be 
necessary to give any other notice to other persons, or in any other 
way, we would not be wanting therein for avoiding of offense, and 
I have spoken also to Mr. Wilson.' The distinguished reputation of 
Mr. Bulkeley, of noble family — a man of wealth, a scholar and 
divine — might have excited the envy of his fellow clergymen. He, 
however, received their approbation and, on the 30th of the fol- 
lowing August, was chosen one of the moderators of the first great 
ecclesiastical council or synod of the colony, which was then held 
in Cambridge. Winthrop mentioned the Rev. Mr. Hooker as also a 
moderator. This assembly was attended by nearly all the clergy 
and magistrates, and many other distinguished laymen of the 
colony. It continued in session twenty-four days, and examined 
and condemned eighty-two opinions which had crept into the 
churches, " some blasphemous, others erroneous, and all unsafe." 

•' Litchford's Plain Dealing" mentions the church in Concord as 
the first one in the colony which had adopted the practice of cate- 
chising children. Mather says this was one of the constant exer- 
cises of the Sabbath. All the unmarried people were required to 
answer questions, after which expositions and applications were 
made by Mr. Bulkeley to the whole congregation. This exercise 
was, however, soon adopted in the other churches. The church 
was unanimous soon after its organization, and continued some 
time in harmony. But the unexpected pecuniary difficulties of the 
town, occasioned by its peculiar local sitution, and its condition at 
that time, induced many to remove, which rendered it difficult for 
the remainder to support two ministers, Mr. Bulkeley's salary as 
teacher being .£70 per annum. Some difficulties arose in the 
church on this account. The subject of a separation was often 
discussed, and on the 28th of July, 1642, some of the elders went 
to Concord, being sent, for by the church there, to advise with them 
about the maintenance of their elders, and they found them waver- 
ing about removal, not finding their plantation answerable to their 
expectation, and the maintenance of two elders too heavy a burden 
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26 BULKELIY V A M 1 i . 1 

for them The ciders' advice was, that- they should continue, and 
wait upon God, and be helpful to their elders in labor, and what they 
could, and all to be ordered by the deacons (whose office had not 
been formerly improved this way amongst them), and that the 
elders should be content with what means the church was able, at 
present, to afford them, and if either of them should be called to 
some other place, then to advise with other churches about their 
removal. 

" The advice of this council was followed a short time; but aboul 
October, 1644, a separation took place, and Mr. Jones removed to 
Fairfield, Conn." Thomas Bulkeley, the second sou of the Rev. 
Peter by his first wife, having married a daughter of Mr. Jones, 
and Peter, Jun., youngest child by his second wife, removed to Pair 
held, and are the ancestors of the numerous families of the name 
in Fairfield County. Cotton Mather, who has written an outline of 
the life of Mr. Bulkeley in his Magnalia, gives the following ac- 
count of this affair in his own peculiar style : 

" Upon Mr. Bulkeley's pressing apiece of charity, disagreeable to 
the will of the ruling elder, there was occasioned an unhappy dis- 
cord in the church of Concord, which was at last healed by their 
calling in the help of a council, and the ruling elder's (Mr. Jones) 
abdication. Of the temptations which occurred on these occasions, 
Mr. Bulkeley would say, he thereby came: 1. To know more of 
(iod. 2. To know more of himself, o. To know more of men. 
Peace being thus restored, tin.' small things in the church there 
increased in the hands of their faithful Bulkeley, until lie was 
translated into the regions which afford nothing but concord and 
glory, leaving his well-fed flock in the wilderness under the pastoral 
care of his son, Mr. Edward Bulkeley. The Rev. John Jones was 
born, educated and regularly ordained as a preacher of the gospel 
in England, but at what place is not known, lie arrived in New 
England, October 2d, 1635, with the Rev. Mr. Shepard, afterwards 
of Cambridge, and the Rev. John Wilson of Boston. Afterremain 
ing as t he colleague pastor of the church in Concord about eight 
years, Ik; removed with a. part of his society to Fairfield and there 
undertook the charge of a- newly organized church, where he spent 
the remainder of his life. I te attained an age exceeding "threescore 
years and ten,' and died about L664. Pew records are preserved 
concerning this early devoted Mend to the cause of Christian lib- 
erty, or concerning his family Tradition gives him a highly 
respectable character. Eeleft six children. John was graduated 



T. V L KKLEY FAMI L Y . '11 

at Harvard College in 1643, and Eliphalet, born January 9th, 1640, 
who studied divinity and was the first minister of Huntington, L. 
I., where lie died aged about 100 years. One daughter, Sarah, mar- 
ried Thomas «Bulkeley, second son of Rev. Peter, as already stated. 

After Mr. Jones' removal the whole care of the church of Con- 
cord devolved on Mr. Bulkeley for the remaining 1-1 years of his 
life. At this time according to Johnson it contained about seventy 
communicants. The following letters of Mr. Bulkeley are deemed 
worthy of publication : 

"To his dear and loving friend Mr. Shepard, pastor, of the 
Church at ( lambridge." 

Dear Sir — 1 hoar the Lord hath so far strengthened you as that 
you were the last Lord's day at the assembly. The Lord go on 
with the work of his goodness towards you. Being that now the 
Lord hath enabled you, thus far, I desire a word or two from you 
what you judge concerning the teacher in a congregation, whether 
the administration of discipline and sacraments do equally belong 
unto him with the Pastor, and whether he ought therein equally 
to interest, himself. 1 would also desire you to add a word more 
concerning this, viz : What you mean by the execution of disci- 
pline, when you distinguish it from the power. We have had 
speech sometimes concerning the church's power, in matters of dis- 
cipline, wherein you seemed to put the power itself into the hands 
of the church, but to reserve the execution to the eldership. Here 
also I would see what you comprehend under the word execution, 
I would gladly hear how the common affairs of the churches stand 
with you. lam here shut up and do neither see nor hear.* Write 
me what you know. Let me alsoe understand which way Mr. 
Phillips doth incline, whether towards you or otherwise, and which 
way Mr. Rogers is like to turn, whether to stay in these parts orgoe 
into Conticote (Connecticut). I wrote to you not long agoe advis 
ing you to consider quid valent humeri. 1 know not whether yon 
received that letter. The Lord, in mercy, bless all our labors, to 
his churches' good. Remember my love to Mrs. Shepard with Mrs. 
Harlakenden. Grace be with you all. 

Yours in Christ Jesus, 

P. Bulkeley. 

Feb. 12, 1G39. 

* Mr. Bulkeley often laments his situation. In :i letter to the Rev. Mr. Cot- 
ton, dated Dee. 17, 1640, he. says : I lose much in this retired wilderness in which 
I live, but the Lord will, at last, lighten my candle. In the meanwhile, help 
us with some of that which God hath imparted unto you. 



28 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

"To his reverend and loving friend, Mr. Cotton, teacher of the 
church at Boston : 

Reverend in the Lord. These are to desire you to convey this 
letter in one of your own to Boston. I do the rather send it to 
you, because, I suppose those you commit your letters to, will be 
careful of the delivery, and this letter concerns matters of some 
moment, in regard whereof 1 desire you to take the more notice of 
it, and- convey it by a safe hand. If the business concerning Vir- 
ginia be finished, T desire to know how it stands ; or if not finished 
what is intended or thought upon. My wife hath been ill ever 
since our coming home, but now I thank the Lord, begins to re- 
cover. This day she began to go down into the house. Remem- 
ber her in your prayers and us all. And so with both our loves to 
yourself and Mrs. Cotton, I leave you with all yours to the Lord's 
rich goodness and grace, resting yours ever on him. 

Pet. Bulkeley. 

Sept. 26, 1642. 

To the Reverend, his honored friend, Mr. Cotton, Teacher of the 
church at Boston, give these. 

Reverend in the Lord. 

* * * * Some other things I am full of, but will not write 
with paper and ink; only in a word, I bless God for what 1 hear, 
— how the Lord doth till your ministry with abundance of grace, 
life, and power, to the exceeding joy of those that are true hearted 
towards the Lord. But with all, 1 stand amazed and wonder at 
God's forbearance, considering what I hear in another kind; which 
I do also believe to be true in some parts: true, I mean, as done 
and spoken by some, though untrue in respect of any cause given 
on your part. Truly, sir, it is to me a wonder that the earth swal- 
lows not up such wretches, or that fire comes not down from 
heaven to consume them ! The Lord hath a number of holy and 
humble ones here amongst us (in the country generally) for whose 
sake He doth spare and will spare long; but were it not for such 
a remnant, we should see tin 1 Lord would make quick work 
amongst us. Shall I tell you what I think to be the ground of 
all this insolency which discovers itself in the speech of men ? 
Truly I cannot ascribe it so much to any outward thing as to the put- 
ting of too much liberty and power into the hands of the multitude, 
which they are too weak to manage, many growing conceited, proud, 
arrogant, self-sufficient as wanting nothing. And 1 am persuaded 



BULKELEY FAMILY. '29 

that except there be some moans used to change the course of 
things on this point, our churcnes will grow more corrupt day by 
day and tumult will arise 1 , hardly to be stillod. Remember the 
former days which yon had in Old Boston, where though (through 
the Lord's blessing upon your labors,) there was an increase daily 
added to your Church, yet the number of professors is far more 
here than it was there. But answer me, which place was better 
governed ? Whei'e matters were swayed there by your wisdom 
and counsel matters went on with strength and power for good. 
But here, where the heady or headless multitude have gotten the 
power into their hands there is insolency and confusion. And 1 
know not how it can be avoided, in this way, unless we should 
make the doors of the church narrower. This we have warrant 
for from the Word, which course if it, should be taken, would 
bring its inconveniency also in another kind. But of these things 
no more. Only I pray the Lord to heal the evil of the places and 
times we live in and remove that wol'ul contempt, of His gospel 
which doth abound. Oh, what mischief doth one proud, lofty 
spirit that is in reputation for understanding among a number of 
others that are weak ! and some of both such there are in every 
place. But our comfort is God's end and work shall go forward. 
Some shall be converted, some hardened. The God of mercy 
carry on His work in our- hearts and hand to the glory of His rich 
grace in Christ Jesus. 1 pray remember my hearty love to good 
Mrs. Cotton, thanking her for her kind remembrance of my little 
ones. I pray God give us both to see His grace increasing in 
those that He hath continued toward us. Farewell, dearly beloved 
and honored in the Lord, comfort yourself in Him who is most 
ready to be found in time of need. In Him I rest. 

Fours ever, 

Pet. Bulkeley. 
April 4, 1650. 

" I could wish you would write to Mr. Goodwin to deal with 
those that are in place of authority in England to take care that 
the Scripture may be printed more truly. I have a liiMe printed 
164S, which hath (little and great) above 100 faults in the printing 
of it. And 1 have an old Bible printed 1581 which hath but one 
or two, and those very small ones. 1 intend to write to my 
nephew St. John about it. A word from yourself to Mr. Good- 
win, who is a man of so much respect there, would do much good.' : 



30 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

The following is a copy of his will. 

WILL OF PETER BULKLEY. 

L Peter Bulkley, Minister of the Word, being now in the seventy- 
sixth year of my age, and ready to go the way of all flesh, do 
make this my last will and testament, as followeth: first I do here- 
by testifie unto all that 1 do dy in the fayth of that doctrine which I 
have here preached in Concord, among my hearers, testifying and 
sealing the same with this my last confession, that it is the saveing 
truth of (rod, and therefore do humbly desire of Clod that those 
who have opposed and gain-sayed may in time bethink themselves 
and repent, that they may find mercy with the Lord in that behalf e, 
even the same mercy as T desire unto myne own soul, desireing 
also that though 1 have manifested much weakness in my dispen- 
sacion yet the hearers would labor to express the power of what 
they have received so that both I and they may rejoice together in 
the day of Christ. Now as touching my worldly estate, which is 
now very little in comparison of what it was when T first came to 
this pla.ce, I do dispose thereof as followeth: first, I do give unto 
my sonne Edward Bulkley, (to whom I did at the time of his mar- 
riage give such a portion as I was then able to give,) if he continue 
and stay in this land, these books following hereafter to be set 
down in a schedule annexed to this my will, or if he should remove 
from this country to England then (instead of ye books) before ex- 
pressed, in gen'aU and to be particularly named in the schedule, \ 
give unto him five pounds of English money, to be paid him there 
in England, by my sonne John. Item, I do give unto my daughter- 
in-law, the widow of my son Thomas, deceased, the valine of one 
kow, to be payd unto her by my executor hereafter named, only 
with this exception, that if her necessity do require the same 1 to be 
payd unto her while I am liveing, then that so given in my life 
time shall be instead of the other here before named, to be payed 
by my executor, and my executor to be discharged of that legasy. 

Item. 1 do give to my sonne Eliezer, either the farme which is 
now used by Widow Goble and her sonne Thomas Goble, adjoin 
ing to Mrs. Plent's farme, or my mill here in the town, or the 
bunded acres of land be the same more or less, which lies at the 
neerer end of the great meadow, liing towards the further end of 
the great meadow, beyond the poynt of upland, which shooles down 
into the meadow towards the River, one of these three, namely, 
either the farm or the mill, or the hundred acres of land, with the 
twenty acres of meadow. 1 do here give unto my said sonne 



BCLKELEY FAMILY. 3 J 

Eliezur, but which of the three to settle upon him I do not at 
present resolve, but, I leave the consi< lerecion thereof to my execu- 
tor and the overseers of this my will hereafter named, desiring 
them to let him have that which will be most usef nil and profitable 
to him when he is fit to make use thereof. Item, 1 do give and 
bequeath to my sonne Peter, the next in vallew of these three 
things before named so that when Eliezur's portion is set out, then 
the next in worth to be for Peter, and the third of the three to re 
inayne to those that shall inheritt mine house in whicli 1 do now 
live. Item, 1 do give to my Sonne John, Mr. Cartwright upon 
the Rhemish Testament and Willett Synopsis. Item, to my son 
Joseph, Mi'. Wildersham upon the one and fiftieth psalme and ye 
history of the Council of Trent in English, and Cornelius Tacitus 
in English and Mr. Bolton on Gen. 6: concerning a Christian walk- 
ing with Cod. Item, I do bequeath to my Lord Oliver St. John, 
Lord Chief Justice of the Common Please, my great English Bible, 
in folios which hath the letters of his name (0. C.) upon the cover 
of it; in treating him to accept this small token of my due love 
which 1 owe unto him and as a. testimony of my thankful acknowl- 
edgement of his kindness and bounty towards me, his liberality 
having been a great help and support unto me in these my later 
times and many straytes. Item, 1 do give unto my cousin, Mr. 
Samuel Haugh, Dr. Twiss, in folio, against the Arminians. Item, 
I do give to my daughter Dorothy, the hundred and fifty pounds 
of English money, which I have in England, in the hands of my 
sonne John, the most part thereof came to me and my wife by the 
death of one of my wife's sisters. I mencion here £150 be the 
same more or less, — and though I suppose it is somewhat more, 
but what it is in just and exact amount I do not know but what- 
soever it is, to my daughter Dorothy I give it whicli being lesser 
than to suffice for her suteable disposall in marriage I do therefore 
desire my wife, when God shall take her to himself, to add some- 
thing more to the £150, as God shall enable her, and in the mean 
time I will that if my sonne do make any protit thereof, that then 
not only the said £150, be it more or less, but the profit of it also 
shall be reserved to the increase of my daughter's portion. The 
rest of my estate unbequeathed before, whether moveables or im- 
moveables, as, namely, my house, land, whether granted me lirst 
by the town or bought by money from others, cattle or money, or 
household stuff, or plate or whatsoever, I do give unto my dear 
wife, and her heirs by me begotten, giving her power hereby to 



32 lil'LKKLEY FAMILY. 

dispose by sale, or otherwise, lo her benefit of any part of the lands 
1 have in the town (except before bequeathed and given) to her 
own benefit as her need shall require. And in case any of my 
children before named by me in this my will to whom 1 have be- 
queathed the legacies named, should prove disobedient to their 
mother, or otherwise vicious and wicked (which God of his mercy 
prevent), then 1 will that the legacy before bequeathed to any of 
them, so proving disobedient and wicked, shall be wholly in the 
power of my said wife, their mother, to deal with them therein as 
shee herself in Christian wisdom shall think meet, either to i;ive 
them their Legacy, or to keep it to herselfe, and my will further is, 
that if any the three children before named, Eliezer, Peter or 
Dorothy, should dy before their legacy es be paid them, that then 
the legacy of the deceased shall go to the other two surviveing, if 
my wife do not stand in need of it, hut if she do stand in need 
thereof, for her necessary maintenance, I hen she shall have power 
to take it, to herself. It may perhaps be expected that I should 
bequeath something to the publique use of the country, which prac- 
tice 1 wish were observed more than it is by those that are of 
ability. But were my estate better than now it is, 1 suppose I may 
he therein excused, in regard to what I have done formerly, in 
the beginning of these plantations, wherein what, I have done, 
some few do know, but 1 will here be sparing therein. This only 
I know and may say, that, which 1 did then was an help to the 
weake beginning, which then were, more than what was then done, 
1 do not thinke God requires of me now, considering my wasted 
estate, which 1 have here consumed, haveing little to leave to the 
children what God hath -^iven me and to pretious wife whose un- 
feigned piety, and singular grace of God shining in her, doth de- 
serve more than I can do for her. Her and her children by me, I 
do now leave to the goodness, and mercifull providence and can 
of God, my merciful] father in Christ Jesus beseeching him that 
as he hath given them to me so hi; wont fake them again as a gift 
from my hands, owneing them as his owne, being a father to the 
fatherlesse and a Judge unto the widow: to defend her case, in 
cast; any should go about to do her wrong. And of this my will 
and testament 1 do make my loveing wife mine only Executrix, 
desireing my loving BrethereD Robert Merriam and Luke Potter, 
the faythfull Deacons oJ our church, and William Hunt, and Timo 
thy Wheeler to be overseers id' this my will, and to assist, my said 
wile in any thing wherein shee shall stand jn need of their help, 



BU LKELEY FAMILY. '.',?, 

giving to Robert Mernam Mr. Rutherford's treatise upon the Won- 
ders of Canaan, to Luke Potter Mr. Rutherford's upon the Dying 
of Christ on Jno. 12th. To William Hunt, Mr. Cooper on the 8th 
chapter to the Romans, and to Timothy Wheeler Mr. Dike on Jere- 
miah 17th concerning the deceitf ulness of man's heart, which small 
tokens though they be unanswerable tu the care or paynes they 
may meet with upon these occasions, yet my hope and confidence 
is that they will afford there helpe herein mure out of conscience 
toward Cod, than out of respect of reward from man. And to 
this my last Will and testament I have set my hand and seal this 
1 4th day of April in the year one thousand six hundred and fifty - 
eight — 1058. By me, Peter Bulkeley, a seal and 17th of Feb'r in 
the same year. 

An addition to this my Will, added Jan. 13, 165.S. Be it known 
also that as a part of my will now written, I do add this, namely, 
that whereas 1 have agreed for a sixteenth part of the mill and for a 
like sixteenth part in the Iron Works which is now in frameing, I 
do give all my interest in both these unto my beloved wife. 

PETER BULKELY, Jan. 13: 1658. 

A request to the overseers of this my will and testament. These 
1 do earnestly intreate not to sutler any materiall or substantiall 
part or point of my Will to be changed, on any pretence whatso- 
ever, especially if it do concern my dear wife, whose interest and 
welfare 1 do cheifely respect, so that be the pretence either color 
of law or matter of conscience, yet I desire them to retain the sub- 
stance of my Will as 1 have set it downe as being that 1 have 
herein discharged my duty to each one so farr as my weake decaied 
estate will beare. 

In Witness whereof 1 have here subscribed my name this 26th 

of Feb'r, 1658. 

By me, PETER BULKELEY. 

Witness hereof — 

John Joanes, 

Thomas B axeman, 

Thomas Brown. 

The names of the books which 1 bequeathe tomysonne Edward: 

1. I give him all Piscator's Commentaries on the Bible. 

2. D. Willett on Exodus and Levitt., on Sam. 1 and 2, and on 
Daniell. 



.1 I BULK.ELEY FAMILY. 

:;. Tarnovious, in 2 Vollums, upon Prophetas Minores. 

i Dr. Owen against the Arminians, in 4°. 

.>. 1 give him one part of the English annotations upon the 
Bible, the oilier part to bo to my son G-ershom, those my two sons 
shall divide the books between themselves, and, if they desire to 
have the whole they may join together in buying the whole, and 
then they may divide those two as they have done these of mint' 
and so each of them may have the whole worke. 

(i. Mr. Aynesworth's Notes upon the 5 Books of Moses and 
upon the Psalmes. 

[tern, whereas 1 above bequeathed the vallew of one kow to my 
daughter-in-law, the widow of my son Thomas, i do hereby dis- 
charge mine Executor of. that legacy, I haveing already disposed 
the vallew expressed to her use and benefitt. 

PETER BULKLEY. 

The witnesses above written gave upon oath to the truth oi this 
will the 30th day of the 4th mo., 1659. Before me, 

SIMON WILLARD. 

Entered and Recorded, Juno 21, 1659. 

By Thomas Danforth, Recorder 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
Middlesex, ss. 

In Probate Office, March 3d, 1649 

1 hereby certily that the foregoing is a true copy of the last will 
and testament of Peter Bulkely, deceased, as by record appears in 
the first volume of Records, in said Office, Page 204. 

ISAAC EISKE, 

Reg. of Probate. 



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GENEALOGY OF THE FAMILIES IN AMEIilCA. 

K I R S T G E NERATI N . 

The Rev. Peter Bulkeley, B. I)., was ol honorable and noble 
descent,. He was of the tenth generation from Robert Bulkeley, 
Esq., one of the English barons, who in the reign of King John, 
(who died in 1216) was Lord of the Manor of Bulkeley in the 
County Palatine of Chester.* He was horn at Woodhilhj- in 
Bedford si lire, Jan. 31, 1583. His father, the Rev. Edward Bulk- 
eley, D. T)., was a faithful minister of the Gospel, under whose 
direction his son received a learned and religious education suited 
to his distinguished rank. About the age of sixteen, he was admit 
ted a member of St. .John's College at Cambridge, of which he was 
afterwards chosen fellow, and from which he received the degree oi 
Bachelor of Divinity. He succeeded his father in the ministry, in 
his native town, and enjoyed his rich benefice and estate; where he 
was a zealous preacher of evangelical truth about twenty years, 
and, for the most part of the time, lived an unmolested non-eon 
formist. At length, his preaching meeting with distinguished sue 
cess, and his church being very much increased, complaints were 
entered against him by Arch-bishop Laud, and he was silenced for 

* The names of the lineal descendants from Robert, furnished by Charles 
Bulkeley, Esq., of New London, a. grandson of Gershom, gathered from the pre- 
vious sketch on the names and titles of nobility, were 1. Willi:im; 2. Robert ; •'! 
Peter, who married Nicholaus Bird of Hampton. 4. John, who married Andryne, 
daughter and heir to John Colley of Want and died 14!>0. 5. Hugh, who mar- 
ried Hellen Wilbriham, of Woodley; f>. Humphrey, who married Cyle, daugh- 
ter and heir of John Matten ; 7. William, who married Beatryce, daughter and 
heir to William of Bulansdale; 8. Thomas, who married Elizabeth, daughter of 
Randelle Grovenor; 9. Edward, D. T)., of Woodhill, who married Olive Islby of 
Lincolnshire; 10. Peter of Concord. He had two brothers, Nalhanael and Paul. 
The latter died fellow of Queen's College, Cambridge. From William a brother 
of Peter of the third generation, were also many ennobled descendants among 
whom are recorded in the Irish Peerage seven Viscounts in succession. Other 
branches have been much distinguished. The motto adopted in the Family Coat 
of Arms was "Nectemere nee timide" — Neither rashly nor timidly, and contains a 
beautiful sentiment, characteristic of the eminent father of the American family 

1 Odell, in the hundred of Willey. 



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his non-conformity to the requirements of the English Church. 
This circumstance induced him to emigrate to New England, where 
he might enjoy liberty of conscience.* 

He arrived in Gambridge in 1634 or 1635f and was the leader of 
those resolute men and self-denying Christians who soon after 
"went further up into the woods and settled on the plantation at 
Musketaquid Concord." Here he expended most of his estate for the 
benefit of his people; and after a laborious and useful life died 
March 9th, 1659, in his 77th year. 

Mr. Bulkeley was remarkable for his benevolence. He had 
many servants, on whom, after they had lived with him several 
years, he bestowed farms, and then received others to be treated 
in a like benevolent manner. By great familiarity of manners he 
drew around him persons of all ages; and his easy address, great 
learning, and eminent piety, rendered his society pleasing and prof- 
itable to all. Persons seldom separated from his company, without 
having heard some remark calculated to impress the mind with the 
importance of religion. Though sometimes suffering under bodily 
infirmities, he was distinguished for the holiness of his life, and a 
most scrupulous observance of the duties of the Christian ministry. 
He avoided all novelties in dress and wore his hair short. Being 
strict in his own virtues, he was occasionally severe in censuring 
the follies of others. He was considered as the father of his peo- 
ple, and addressed as father, prophet, or counsellor by them, and 
all the ministers of the country. Had the scene of Mr. Bulkeley's 
labors been in Boston, or its immediate vicinity, and not, as he 
expresses it, "shut up" in this remote spot, then difficult of access, 
his name would have appeared more conspicuously in the published 
annals of the country. He was a thorough scholar; an elevated 
devotional Christian; laborious in his profession; and, as a preacher, 
evangelical, faithful, and of remarkably energetic and persuasive 1 
elocpience. He often wrote a series of sermons on a particular 

* Savage in his (ienealogical Dictionary says "He came in the Susan and 
Ellen, 1635, his age at, the Custom House called 50 (and for more perfect decep- 
tion of the Government Spies, his wife Grace, 33, appears to he embarked in 
another ship and son John 15, some weeks earlier, besides Benjamin 11, and Dan- 
iel 9, (which two though not names of his sons vet may stand for them,) all these 
in the same ship with himself, but set down at intervals in the record, both of 
time mid space, and of course his clerical character does not appear or he would 
have been stopped." 

t The Rev. Edward Bulkeley, his son, was admitted Freeman May fi, 1635, 
and from the Cambridge Records it seems probable thai Mr. Bulkeley came to 
America in 1034. 



V. V I> KELEY FAMILY. 3 7 

book or passage of Scripture. ( )ne of these series on Zachariah !»: 
11, was published as "The first born of New England," and passed 
through several editions. The latest edition bears the following 
title, "The Gospel Covenant, or The Covenant of Grace Opened." 
wherein are explained — 1. The difference between the Covenant of 
Grace and Covenant of Works. 2. The different administration 
of the Covenant before and since Christ. 3. The benefits and 
blessings of it. 4. The conditions. 5. The properties of it. 
Preached at Concord in New England by Peter Bulkeley, some- 
time fellow of St. John's College in Cambridge. (Here follow 
quotations; Gen. 17: 1-7, and Isaiah 55: 3-7). The second edition 
was much enlarged and corrected by the author. And the chief 
heads of things which were omitted in the former distinguished 
into chapters. London, printed by Matthew Simmins, dwelling 
in Aldersgate Street, next door to the Golden Lion, 1651, pp. xvi, 
and 442 Quarto. It was dedicated " to the Church and Congrega- 
tion at Concord;" and to his nephew "The Rt. Honorable Oliver St. 
John, Lord Embassador extraordinary from the Parliament of the 
Commonwealth of England, to the High and Mighty Lords, the 
States General of the United Provinces of the Netherlands; and 
Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas." 

It is a work of great merit for that age, and considering it was 
preached in the remote ends of the earth, "the Church of God," 
says the Rev. Mr. Shepard of Cambridge, "is bound to bless God 
for the holy, judicious, and learned labors of this aged, experi- 
enced, and precious servant of Christ." After reading this book. 
President Stiles observes: " He was a masterly reasoner in the- 
ology, and equal to the first characters in all Christendom and in 
all ages. 

Two of Mr. Bulkeley's manuscripts are preserved in the Library 
of the American Antiquarian Society. One contains answers to 
several theological questions, and is addressed to the Rev. Mr. 
Phillips of Watertown. The other is on the character and govern- 
ment of the Church. The following analysis is given at the close 
of this work: "Part I. The visible Church is: 1. — -For the 
efficient cause, called of God. 2. — For the material cause, a num- 
ber of visible saints and believers in the judgment of men. 3. — 
For the formal cause, union by an explicate and implicate cove- 
nant together. 4. — For the final cause, to set out God's praises. 
Part II. The Church's government: 1.— Is originally in the 
people's hands. 2. — Which people are to elect their own offi- 



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cers, teachers, elders, and deacons. 3. — By which officers they 
.are to rule and govern, — by admitting fit members, and by watch- 
ing over, admonishing, and casting out those that be bad." This 
is a most able defence of Congregationalism in opposition to Epis- 
copacy, and touches with the author's peculiar power and clearness 
the ecclesiastical questions in discussion at that period. 

Mr. Bulkeley was twice married. 1. To Jane Alien, daughter 
of Thomas Allen of Goldington, whose nephew was Lord Mayor 
of London. By her he had twelve children, ten sons and two 
daughters. He lived eight years a widower, and then married 
2d, (I rare Chetwood (or Chitwood). By her he had four chil- 
dren. ,She survived him and removed to New London, where 
she bought a house in 1663, and died April 21, 1 r.r> ( ) 



SECOND G ENERATION 



CHILDREN OF REV. PETER RTTLKEEET BY HIS FIRST MARRIAGE 

born June 17, 1614, at Odd], England, 

baptized Aug. 24, 161 .^ ; died in ;i few months, 
born April 11, 1617. 

Nov. 29, 1618; died at 9 years of age. 

Feb. 17, 1620. 
" Nov. 1, 1621; died at 3 years of age. 

May 17, 1623; not known to have been married. 

Alio-. 28, 1625. 

Dec 20, 1626; died under 3. years of age. 



CHILDREN 1ST THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

born Dec. 6, 1636. 

probably 16.38; died withoul issue. 



2. 


Edward, 


3. 


Mary, 


4. 


Thomas, 


5. 


Nathanael, 


6. 


John, 


7. 


Mary, 


8. 


George, 


9. 


Daniel, 


10. 


Jabez, 


11. 


Joseph, 


12. 


William, 


13 


Richard, 


14. 


Gershom, 


15. 


Elie/.er, 


16. 


Dorothy, 


17. 


Peter, 



Aug. 16, 1640. 
June 12, 1643. 



THIRD GENERATION 

♦ » 



Rev. Edward BtjlkeleTj son of Rev. Peter and Jane Bulkeley, 
horn at Odell, England, June 17 Mil !. where he was chiefly edu- 
cated; emigrated to this country: was admitted a member of the 



BULK E L E Y F A M [ L Y. 39 

First Church in Boston, in 1034. Having acquired a professional 
education, under the instruction oi' his lather, he was licensed to 
preach the Gospel, and ordained at Marshfi eld, Mass., in 164*2 or 
1643. On the death of his father, in 1659 ; he was dismissed and 
installed over the Church in Concprd, as his successor, with an an- 
nual salary of £80. He died in the 53d year of his ministry, at 
Chelmsford, Jan. 2, H>96, probably on a visit to his grandson, and 
was buried in Concord, aged 82. 

Few records are preserved concernim:; his ministry or himself. 
He is represented, by tradition, to have been lame and of a feeble 
constitution. He was however greatly reputed for his talents, ac- 
quirements, irreproachable character, and piety. He preached an 
election sermon in 1680, from 1 Sam. 2: 30, and one before the An- 
cient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1679 from 1 Pet. 2: 11. 
He also pleached one in 1676 in commemoration of the safe return 
of Capt. Thomas Wheeler and his associates, after the Battle of 
Brook Held. The duties of his ollice increasing- with the growth of 
the town, assistance was judged necessary and the lie v. Joseph 
Estabrook was ordained as his colleague in 1667. His salary was 
also £.80, of which £40 was to be paid in money, and £4 in grain, 
wheat to be estimated at 5s.. rye at Is., and corn at 3s., per 
1 mshel. 

March 12, 1681, the town voted " That every householder that hath 
a teame, greater or lesser, shall carry yearly one load of wood to the 
minister, and every other householder or votable person shall cut 
wood one day for the minister, and that the wood be equally 
divided to the ministers, as the selectmen shall appoint." The ar- 
rangement which the following vote specifies was made March 5, 
1694. " Whereas the Kev. Pastor, Mr. Edward Bulkeley, is under 
such infirmities of body by reason of great age, that he is not capa- 
ble of attending the work of the ministry as in times past, being 
also sensible of the obligations the town is under to afford him a 
comfortable maintenance during the term of his natural life, that 
thereby the people may testifie their gratitude for his former ser- 
vices in the Gospel, they do hereby oblige the town to pay Mr. 
Bulkeley, yearly, during his natural life, the sum of £30 in lieu of 
his former salary." This proposition was assented to by Mr. Bulk- 
eley, on condition that he should have liberty to preach or not as 
he please. 

Mr. Bulkeley married and had a family, but the date of his mar- 
riage and the name of his wife has not been ascertained 



40 BULKELEY FAMILY. 



18. 


Peter, 


19. 


Elizabeth, 


20. 


John, 


21. 


Jane, 



CHILDREN. . 

born Nov. 3, 1641, at Concord. 
" married ( 1 . ) Rev. Joseph lima son, Dee. 

7, 1665. (2.) John Brown, Esq., 
died young at Marshfield ; buried Feb. 

26, 1658. 
in. Ephraim Flint. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 
IS. 

Hon. Peter Bulkeley, oldest son of Rev. Edward Bulkeley, 
born Nov. 3, 1G41, graduated in L660. lie settled in Concord, and 
in 1673 and the four subsequent years represented the town in the 
General Court of Massachusetts. In Feb., 1676, he was chosen 
speaker of the house of Deputies; and in August of the same year 
was appointed with the Hon. William Stoughton, Agent to England, 
on the complaints of Georges and Mason, and re-appointed in 1682. 
They sailed on the first mission, Oct. 30, 1676. On the 27th of 
February, 167!), he was re-appointed by King Charles the \\, with 
Stoughton as agent to England, respecting the Naragansett coun- 
try. They returned Dec. 23, 1670. In 1677 he was chosen one of 
the Judges, or Court of Assistants, and re-elected eight years. He 
was also one of the commissioners of the United Colonies the 
greater part of that time. On the 8th of October, 1685, he was 
appointed by King James the Second, one of the counsel of which 
Joseph Dudley, Esq., was President, which constituted the govern- 
ment of the Colonists, after the charter was forfeited. In 1(180, 
the militia of the county was divided into two regiments and Major 
Peter Bulkeley appointed to command one of them. This was an 
office in those days of great distinction. In all these and other 
important offices he acquitted himself with honorand general accept- 
ance. He was one of twenty who in ION."! made the u million " pur- 
chase, in New Hampshire, and had several special grants of land 
for public services. He died May 2 Kb, I OSS, aged II, and "was 
buried," says Judge Sewall, the "27th, because he could not be 
kept, word of which was sent to Boston the same day to prevent 
any going in vain to his funeral. He married Rebecca Wheeler, 



B U LKELEY ■ FAMILY. 41 

only daughter of Lieut. Joseph "Wheeler, April 16, 1667. After 
his death, his widow, Mrs. Rebecca Bulkeley, married Jonathan 
Prescott, as his third wife. 

CHILDREN OF PETER AND REBECCA BULKELEY. 

22. Edward, born Mar. 18, 1669. 

23. Joseph, " Sept. 7,1670; m. (1.) Widow Rebeccah Minot, 

1696; {2.) Silence Jeffrey, 17 13. 

24. John, " July 10, 1673. 

25. Rebecca, " 1681; m. Jonathan Prescott, June. 

19. 

Elizabeth Bulkeley, daughter of Rev. Edward Bulkeley, mar- 
ried 1, Rev. Joseph Emerson, in 1665. Mr. Emerson died Jan. 3, 
1680. 2. John Brown, Esq. 

Mr. Emerson preached for some time at "Wells, and was ordained 
the first minister of Meriden about 1667, and continued there until 
the destruction of the town in Philip's war, when he removed to 
Concord and there remained until his death. He had three sons 
who were progenitors of a long list of clergymen. 

CHILDREN. 

26. Peter Emerson, born m. Miss Brown. 

27. Edward, " m. Mary Moody, 

28. Joseph, 



FIFTH GENERATION. 

S3. 

Joseph Bulkeley, son of Hon. Peter and Rebecca Wheeler 
Bulkeley, born Sept. 7, 1670, married 1, Widow Rebeccah Minot, 
daughter of John Jones, 1696. She died July 17, 1712. 2, 
Silence Jeffrey. He made his will previous to his death, which is 
found on the records of Middlesex, Mass., as follows. 

CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

about 1697, m. Joseph Hubbard. 
about 1699, m. Samuel Hunt. 
about 1703, died in 1772. 

about 1703, m. Dwight of Sutton, Mass. 

about 1705, m. Davis, Harvard. 

In the name o'f God, Amen. I, Joseph Bulkeley of Littleton, in 
the county of Middlesex, in the Province of Massachusetts Bay. 
6 



29. 


Rebecca, 


30. 


Dorothy, 


31. 


John, 


32. 


Jane, 


33. 


Silence, 



42 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

New England, gentleman, being of a disposing mind and memory 
and in usual health, but calling to mind my frailty and being 
desirous to dispose of my worldly estate, do make this my last 
Will and Testament, recommending and committing my soul to 
God, who gave it, and my body to the earth, to be decently buried, 
at the discretion of my executors, hereafter named. As to my 
worldly estate, I dispose of the same as follows: — 

I give unto my beloved wife Silence Bulkeley, all my moveable 
estate within doors forever, to be improved and disposed of by 
her as she shall think best, and also the liberty of dwelling in and 
improving a room in my dwelling house, in said Littleton, with a 
chamber over it, as she shall choose, and so much of the cellar 
room as she shall need during her widowhood, all to be improved 
by her; also firewood brought to the door and cut fit for the fire, 
bread, corn, rye, and Indian, meat, malt, cider, and all manner of 
provisions, to be procured and provided for her from time to time 
and yearly, as she shall need, during her widowhood, by my son 
Peter Bulkeley hereafter named, or otherwise I allow and give to 
her the free use and improvement of the one-third of my lands at 
Littleton in the room of said provisions, with the improvement of 
said house room during her being my widow as she shall chose. 

2. I give to my son John Bulkeley of G-roton, five shillings old 
tenor, he having had already his part of my estate. 

3. I give to my daughter Kebecca Hubbard, of Concord, five 
shillings old tenor, she having had before her part of my estate. 

4. I give to the children of my daughter Dorothy Hunt, of Lit- 
tleton, deceased, five shillings old tenor among them, she having 
had her part in my estate. 

5. T give to my daughter Jane Dwight, of Sutton, five shillings 
old tenor, she having had her part in my estate. 

6. Item. I give to my daughter Silence David, of Harvard, five 
shillings old tenor, she having had her part in my estate. 

7. I give to my son Joseph Bulkeley, his heirs or assigns, the sum 
of two hundred pounds old tenor, to be paid by my son Peter 
Bulkeley within a year after my decease. Also I give the sum of 
one hundred pounds old tenor, to my son Charles Bulkeley, his heirs 
or assigns, to be paid by said Peter Bulkeley within a year after 
my decease, in which time, also, the aforesaid small sums are to be 
paid to my daughters and the children above named by said Peter 
Bulkeley. Also I give to my son Peter Bulkeley aforesaid, his 
heirs and assigns forever, my dwelling house and barn, together 



BULKELEY FAMILY. I .' I 

with all my lands, in said Littleton, as also my stock of creatures 
and moveables abroad, as husbandry tools, and also I give to said 
Joseph and Charles Bulkeley, their heirs or assigns forever, all those 
rights of land that may belong to be my right in any town or 
place whatever, excepting Concord. And my will is that said Peter 
Bulkeley, besides the legacies above mentioned, pay all my just 
debts and likewise pay the cost and charges of my funeral, and 
I make him, said Peter, the sole executor of this my Last Will, 
desiring that James Minot, of Concord, Esq., would give his advice 
and assistance to my said executor. It may be needful also that I 
give to said Peter those debts which may be due to me at my 
decease, if any there should be. Allowing this and no other to 
be my Last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have here- 
unto set my hand and seal this 17th day of December, 1744, in 
the 18th year of his majestie's reign. 

JOSEPH BULKELEY, Seal. 

Signed, sealed and delivered by the 

said Joseph Bulkeley, as his last 

Will and Testament, in the 

presence of the subscribers. 
Thomas Janne, 
Timothy Miner, 
Israel Cheever. 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

34. Joseph, born 1715. 

35. Peter, " 1717. 

36. Charles, " 1719. Never married. He made a Will, signed by 

his name in the presence of Wm. Rams- 
dell, Samuel Lincoln and Samuel Proctor, 
dated August 1, 1757, in which he gives 
his property to his brother, Peter, as fol- 
lows: 

" In the name of God, Amen. I, Charles Bulkeley, of Littleton, 
in the Province of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, Captain 
of a company of Rangers in his Majestie's service, in the forces 
commanded by his excellency the Earl of Loudon that is going on 
the present expedition, being of sound mind and body, do, in con- 
sideration of the uncertainty of human life, make this my Last 
Will and Testament in the following manner: — . 

I commend my soul to the author of my being, trusting in the 
merits of Christ Jesus, my Redeemer, for its salvation and the 



11 Hl'LKKLEY FAMILY, 

pardon of all my sins. But as to the interment of my body 1 
must leave that to the humanity and discretion of those that are 
about, at the time of my decease, and as to my worldly estate, 
both real and personal, with everything I may be possessed of or 
entitled to, at that period, I give, devise and bequeath unto my 
beloved brother and friend, Peter Bulkeley, of the town and 
Province aforesaid, hereby appointing him the sole executor of this 
my last Will and Testament, revoking and making void all 
other and former wills by me made. In witness whereof I have 
hereunto set my hand at Halifax, Nova-Scotia, the 1st day of 
August, Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and fifty-seven, 
and in the thirty-first year of his Majesty's reign. 

CHARLES BULKELEY, Seal. 

Signed, sealed, published and deliv- 
ered by the testator as his last 
Will and Testament, in presence 
of, as witnesses, 

Wm. Ramsdell, 

Samuel Lincoln, 

Samuel Proctor. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

31. 

John Bulkeley, son of Joseph Bulkeley, born about 1703, mar- 
ried and had one child, and perhaps others. He held a colonel's 
commission, and died in Groton in 1772, aged 69. 

37. John, born 1748, Graduated at Harvard in 1769, and died 

was a lawyer and died Dec. 16, 1774, 
aged 26. 



THIRD GENERATION 
4. 



Thomas Bulkeley, son of Rev. Peter and Jane Allen Bulkeley, 
born in England April 11, 1617, was made a freeman March 13, 
1639. He 'married Sarah Jones of Concord, Mass., daughter of 
Rev. John Jones. He had by her five children, of whom the name 



UKLKELEY FAMILY. 45 

of one is recorded on the Concord Records, and the rest are found 
at Fairfield, Ct. Lands are recorded there in 1653, bounded by 
land of Thomas Bulkeley. The precise date of his death is not 
known. It was previous to Feb. 26, 1658, for his father, in his 
Will of that date, gives property to "his daughter-in-law, the 
widow of his son, Thomas Bulkeley." An inventory of Thomas 
Bulkeley's estate was presented to the Court of Probate the 4th day 
of June, 1658. After his death his widow married Anthony 
Wilson, by whom she had no children. Mr. Wilson died in 16(i'_\ 
leaving a good estate to his only child, Sarah, by his former wife. 
After his death, Mrs. Wilson gave, by Will of April 26, 1667, 
lands to her two sons, John and Joseph Bulkley, besides books 
and other property, and to her daughter Sarah, the wife of Eleazer 
Brown, Rebecca, wife of Joseph Whelpley and daughter Hannah 
(probably unmarried), books and other property. 

CHILDREN. 

38. Sara] i, born Aug. 12, 1640; m. Eleazer Brown. 

39. John, " about 1642; 

40. Joseph, " " 1644; 

41. Rebeccah, " " 1646; in. Joseph Whelpley. 

42. Hannah, " " 1648; 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

38. 

Sarah Bulkeley, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Jones Bulkeley, 
born Aug. 12, 1640, married Eleazer Brown, son of Francis Brown, 
of New Haven. 

CHILDREN. 

43. Eleazer Brown, born Jan. 6, 1663. 

44. Gershom " " Oct. 9, 1665. 

45. Daniel " " Jan. 16, 1668. 

39. 

John Bulkeley, son of Thomas and Sarah Jones Bulkeley, born 
about 1642, had lands granted him by his mother, and also by the 
town of Fairfield, as appears by the records of that town: — "Dec. 



46 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

10, 1669, John Bulkeleyhath received three parcels of land follow- 
ing, due to him as his portion from his mother, Sarah Wilson, to 
be to him and his heirs forever, these parcels as followeth: — One 
home lot, being in quantity two ackers and a half, being more or 
less bounded on the south with an highway, on the north-east with 
the land of Henrich (?), on the north-west- with land now in pos- 
session of said Sarah, on the south with the highway. Also a 
third part of the meadow before the house, being in quantity one 
acker, more or less, bounded on the north-east with the land of 
Will Ward, on the south-west with the land of said Sarah, on the 
north-west with an highway. Also one third part of the meadow 
in the Middle Meadow, being in quantity two acres, being more or 
less, bounded on the north-east with the lands of George Squire, on 
the south-east with the Creek, on the south-west with the land of 
the said Sarah, on the north-west with the Old Field ditch. 

Also two acres of land lying over the Creek, more or less, 
being in quantity bounded on the north-east with the land of Mr. 
Gold, on the south-west with the land of John Odell, on the south- 
east with an highway. 

Also one parcel of land in Sascoe field, being in quantity one acre, 
more or less, bounded on the north and south with highway, on the 
east with the land of Jacob Gray, on the west with the land of Mr. 
Wakeman." Feb. 15, 1672, The Town hath granted to John Bulke- 
ley one parcel of land in the Sascoe field, being in quantity an hun- 
dred and twenty-two rods, more or less, bounded on the south-east, 
north and south-east with highways, on the south-west with the 
lands of Francis Bradley, on the north-east with the land of John 
Hide. 

There are also several other deeds of gift from the town, and 
also deeds of purchase of land from individuals. 

He married Eliza . the surname not known. He died in Feb- 
ruary, 1709. An inventory of the estate, which was quite large 
for the times, was presented to the Court Feb. 7, 1709. He being 
intestate, Sarah Bulkeley, his oldest daughter, and Joseph Whelp- 
ley, were appointed administrators. The estate was divided be- 
tween his five daughters. 



CHILDREN. 



46. 


Sarah, 


47. 


Ester, 


48. 


Harriet, 


49. 


Elisabeth, 


50. 


Olive, 


51. 


Gersham, 



born 



baptized Sept. 13, 1796 ; died young. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 47 

40. 

Joseph Bulkeley, son of Thomas and Sarah Jones Bulkeley, born 
1644, married Martha Beers of Fairfield. The Fairfield Records 
show that he was a large land-holder, as was his brother John. 
The following are some of the entries: — Feb. 15, 1672, Joseph 
Bulkeley hath received three parcels of land due to. him, as his 
portion of his mother, Sarah Wilson, to be to him and his heirs 
forever. 

The lands are as followeth: — 

One home lot, being in quantity two and a half acres, being more 
or less bounded on the south-east with the land of John Bulkeley, on 
the south-west with the highway, on the north-west with the lands of 
his mother Wilson, on the north-east with the land of (Henrich ?) 
and George Squire, so much of the orchard as falls to his lot. Also 
a third part of her meadow before the house, being in quantity 
more or less bounded on the north-east with the land of his 
mother Wilson, on the south-west with the lands of George Squire, 
on the north-west with the highway, on the south-east with the sea- 
board. Also a third part of the meadow in the Middle Meadow, 
being in quantity two acres, being more or less bounded on the 
north-east with the land of his said mother, on the south-east with 
the Creek, on the south-west with the land of George Squire, on 
the north-east with the highway. Also a parcel of land in Sascoe 
field, being in quantity one acre and a half, more or less, bounded 
on the south-west with the land of Thomas Bennet, on the south- 
east with a highway, on the north-east with the salt marsh, on the 
north-west with the land of said Sarah, his mother. Also one 
parcell of meadow in Sascoe north, being in quantity half an acre- 
more or less, bounded ye north-east with a highway, on the south- 
east with the land of Joshua Knowles, on the south-west with the 
land sometime pertaining to George Godwin, deceased, on the 
north-east with the land of Thomas Beers. The first parcel above 
mentioned, viz., ye home lot, was given to Mr. Thomas Bulkeley, 
deceased, by the last Will and Testament of his brother, Daniell 
Bulkeley, deceased. There appears also on the Records an agree- 
ment between John and Joseph Bulkeley in regard to property left 
by their mother, Sarah Wilson, Oct. 29, 1688. 

CHILDREN. 

52. Thomas, born 1678; m. Abigail 



53. Daniel, " 1680; m. Hannah Bar tram. 

54. Joseph, " May 9,1682; m. Esther. 



48 BULKELEY FAMILY, 



55. 


Peter, 


born 


May 21, 1684; 


m. Abigail. 


56. 


Sarah, 


baptized 


Sept. 23, 1684; 




57. 


John, 


a 


May 22, 1701 ; 


m. Martha. 


58. 


Rachel, 


a 


Mch. 23, 1 706 ; 




59. 


Grace, 


1 1 


May 27, 1711 ; 





41. 



Rebeccah Bulkeley, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Jones 
Bulkeley, born about 164(3, married Joseph Whelpley. 



CHILDREN. 



60. Sarali Whelpley, born 

61. Rebeccah " 

62. Joseph 



FIFTH GENERATION. 
5S. 

Thomas Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Martha Beers Bulkeley, 
born 1678, in Fairfield, Conn., married Abigail, who died April 5, 
1765. He died May 25, 1756. 

CHILD. 

63. Abigail, born ; married John Oshorv, Jr., of Fairfield. 

53. 

Daniel Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Martha Beers Bulkeley, 
born in Fairfield, in 1680, married Hannah Bartram. 

CHILDREN. 

64. Daniel, baptized June 15, 1718; died June 9, 1797. 

65. Jabez, " Feb. 28, 1719-20 ; died young-. 

66. Martha, " July 2, 1721 ; m. Calvin Wheeler, of Redding, Ct. 

67. Nehemiah, " Nov. 15, 1724. 

68. Jabez, " March 16, 1729. 

54. 

Joseph Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Martha Beers Bulkeley, 

born in Fairfield, May 9, L682; married Esther , and died 

May 6, 1750. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



49 



69. Sarah, 

70. Gershom, 

71. John, 

72. A son, 

73. Esther, 

74. Nathan, 

75. Joseph, 

76. Samuel, 

77. Sarah, 

78. Ebenezer, 



CHILDREN. 

baptized Sept. 23, 1694; died young. 
Sept. 13, 1696. 
" March 22, 1701. 

March 9, 1711. 
" Dec. 30, 1713 ; m. John Hill, Jan. 27, 1729. 
Jan. 16,1718. 
Nov. 22, 1719. 
March 1, 1726. 
Feb. 23, 1729. 
Dec. 5, 1731. 

55. 



Peter Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Martha Beers Bulkeley, born 

in Fairfield, Conn., May 21, 1684. He married Abigail . 

She was born in 1703. He died in 1753. She died June 12. 1795. 



79. Abigail, 

80. Jonathan, 



CHILDREN. 

baptized April 13, 1729; m. Peter Burr. 

Sept. 12, 1731 ; died April 13, 1789. 



John Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Martha Beers Bulkeley, bap- 
tized in Fairfield, March 22, 1701; married Martha. He was re- 
ceived into the church, April 5, 1735. 

CHILDREN. 

81. Seth, baptized Nov. 2, 1735. 

82. Rebecca, " Dec. 11, 1737; died in infancy. 

83. Rebecca, " March 23, 1739. 

84. Martha, " March 4, 1741. 

85. Josiah, " March 18, 1743; m. Abigail Beers. 

86. Peter, " May 29, 1745. 

87. Esther, " Jan. 20, 1746; m. Dec. 25, 1771. 

88. Joseph, " Dec. 31, 1748; m. Elizabeth Lewis. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

63. 

Abigail Bulkeley, daughter of Thomas and Abigail Bulkeley; 
born ; married John Osborne, son of John Osborne, of Fair- 
field. 



50 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



CHILDREN. 



89. Mary Osborne, born April 23, 1742. 

90. Ebenezer Osborne, " Jan. 19, 1747. 



64. 



Daniel Bulkeley, son of Daniel and Hannah Bartram Bulkeley; 
baptized June 15, 1718; married Hannah Hill, who was born in 
1727, and died Oct. 7, 1809. Mr. Bulkeley died June 9, 1797. 



91. Joseph, 

92. Mabel, 

93. Esther, 

94. Ruth, 



CHILDREN. 

born Aug. 1759; d. Oct. 17, 1848. 
" Jan. 17, 1768 ; m. Joseph Nichols Nov. 22, 1778 ; 
died Jan. 16, 1819. 

m. 1 , Chapman Hull ; 2, Gould Nichols. 
" 1773; m. Wm. Henry Peabody, Feb. 19, 1795; 
died Oct. 11, 1853. 



^3. 

Esther Bulkeley, daughter of Joseph and Esther Bulkeley; born 
Dec. 20, 1713; married John Hill, Jan. 27, 1729. 



CHILDREN. 



95. Jonathan Hill, born Oct 9, 1731. 



96. Esther 

97. Sarah 

98. Isaac 

99. Joseph 
100. John 



' April 21, 1738. 

' April 28, 1742. 

' Sept. 25, 1745. 

' May 2, 1752. 

' Dec. 17, 1759. 



T4. 

Nathan Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Esther Bulkeley; born 
Jan. 16, 1718; in 1763 he was a deacon, a prominent man in the 
Congregational Church. He married Sarah Perry, April 15, 1756. 
She was born Jan. 30, 1728. Mr. Bulkeley died in 1763. Mrs. 
Bulkeley died in 1798. 



CHILDREN. 



101. Nathan, 

102. Sarah, 

103. Esther, 

104. Sarah, 



born Jan. 16, 1757. 
" Jan. 30, 1758. 

" Aug. 1, 1763; m. Daniel Judson, of Stratford. 
" Jan. 26, 1768. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



51 



T5. 

Joseph Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Esther Bulkeley, born in 
Fairfield Nov. 22, 1719; married Ruth. 



105. John. 

106. Nathan. 

107. Samuel. 

108. Ebenezer, 
■109. Esther. 

110. Sarah, 



CHILDREN. 

died Jan. 3, 1800. 
m. Sept. 20, 1749, Ebenezer Middleton. 
70. 



Samuel Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Esther Bulkeley; born 
March 1, 1726; married Beulah Henry, daughter of Samuel Henry, 
Sept. 2, 1754. 



111. Esther, 

112. Samuel, 

113. Deborah, 

114. Hannah, 

115. Mindwell, 



CHILDREN. 

born Dec. 7, 1755; m. Dr. John Williams. 
" Dec. 19, 1758. Will made May 2d, 1814. 
" Jan. 25, 1761 ; m. David Davis. 
" April 4, 1763; m. David Parsons. 
" April 22, 1765 ; m. John Davis. 



78. 

Ebenezer Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Esther Bulkeley; born 
in Fairfield, Conn., Dec. 5, 1731; married Hannah Maltbie, of New 
Haven, Dec. 11. 1765. 



116. Ebenezer, 

117. Hannah, 

118. Maltbie, 

119. Sarah, 

120. Mary, 

121. John, 

122. Abigail, 

123. George, 



CHILDREN. 

born Nov. 19, 1766. 

Oct. 14, 1768; m. Elijah Morehouse March 18, 1789. 

Dec. 3, 1770; m. Parthenia Morehouse. 

May 2, 1773 ; m. Abram Morehouse Feb. 3, 1781. 

May 14, 1775 ; m. Silas Beach. 

Oct. 28, 1778; died in 1872. Unmarried. 

March 16, 1781. 

Aug. 2, 1784. 

83. 



Jonathan, son of Peter and Abigail Bulkeley, born Sept. 21, 
1731, married Hannah Hoyt, daughter of James Hoyt, of Norwalk, 
Ct., June 21, 1762. He died April 13, 1789. 

On the 7th of July, 1776, Gov. Tryon, with his army, sailed 



52 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

from New Haven to Fairfield, and the next morning disembarked 
upon the beach. The Hessians who accompanied Tryon were his 
incendiaries. To them he entrusted the wielding of the torch, and 
faithfully they obeyed their master. When the people fled from 
the town, not suspecting that their homes would be burned, they 
left most of their furniture behind. The distress was, conse- 
quently, great, for many lost every earthly possession. Among 
the buildings saved was that of Mr. Bulkeley. Tryon made it his 
headquarters. The naval officer who had charge of the British 
ships, piloted them to Fairfield, was Mrs. Bulkeley's brother, and he 
had requested Tryon to spare the house of his sister. Tryon 
acquiesced and, feeling his indebtedness to her brother, the general 
informed Mrs. Bulkeley that if there was any other house she 
wished to save she should be gratified. After the enemy left, the 
enraged militia under Captain Sturges placed a field piece in front 
of the dwelling, and then sent Mrs. Bulkeley word that she might 
have two hours to clear the house and leave it, or they would blow 
her to atoms. She found means to communicate a notice of her 
situation to General Silliman, who was about two miles distant. 
He immediately went to the town and found one hundred and fifty 
men at the Common. By threats and persuasions, he induced them 
to withdraw. The next day Col. Benjamin Talmadge, with his 
regiment, arrived from White Plains and, encamping on the smok- 
ing ruins, made Tryon's quarters his own. Mrs. Bulkeley was not 
a friend of the enemy. 

According to her testimony under oath, she was badly treated 
by the soldiery, notwithstanding she had a protection from General 
Garth, the second in command. They plundered her house, stripped 
the buckles from her shoes, tore a ring from her finger, and fired 
the house five times before leaving it." 

(See Field Book of the Revolution.) 

CHILDREN. 

124. Peter, born April 3, 1765. 

125. Jonathan, " March 9, 1767. 

126. Abigail, " Aug. 30, 1769. 

127. Thomas, " Nov. 23, 1771. 

128. Hannah, " Sept. 1, 1773. 

129. Henry Stanley, " March 18, 1776. 

130. James Chester, " May 24, 1779. 



BULKELEY FAMILY 



81. 



53 



Seth Bulkeley, son of John and Martha Beers Bulkeley, born 
in Fairfield, Ct., Nov. 9, 1735. Married . 



CHILDREN. 



131. Sally, 

132. Daniel, 

133. John, 

134. Stephen, 



baptized 



Sept. 7, 1783. 

March 28, 1785 ; died Oct. 31, 1860. 

July 1, 1788 ; died Mch. 17, 1859. 



85. 



Josiah Bulkeley, son of John and Martha Beers Bulkeley, born 
March 18, 1743. Married Abigail Beers. 



135. Abigail, 

136. Abel, 

137. Lucretia, 

138. Polly, 



baptized 



CHILDREN. 

May 20, 1787. 
Sept. 28, 1789. 
Sept. 18, 1791. 
Julv 13, 1794. 



88. 

Joseph Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Martha Beers Bulkeley, 
born in Fairfield, Dec. 31, 1743. Married Elisabeth Lewis, March 
4, 1776. 



CHILDREN. 



139. Joseph, 

140. Morehouse, 

141. Adad. 

142. Medad. 

143. Lewis. 

144. Elizabeth. 
155. Esther. 



born 



died unmarried. 



m. David Penjield of Black Rock, Ct. 
m. David Patchen. . 



SEVENTH GENERATION 
91. 



Joseph Bulkeley, son of Daniel and Hannah Hill Bulkeley, 
born in Fairfield, Ct., Aug. 21, 1759. Married Ellen Hubbell. She 
died Jan. 18, 1819, aged 56. He died Oct. 17, 1859. 



54 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILDREN. 

156. Ellen, horn, Oct. 3, 1779; m. Philn Ruggles of New Milford, died 

Feb. 25, 1865. 

157. Uriah, " Aug. 12, 1782; died Aug., 1874, aged 92. 

158. Wm. Samuel, " Oct. 7,1786; " 1797. 

159. Wm. Henry, " Oct., 1796; " 1840, in New York. 

94. 

Ruth Bulkeley, daughter of Daniel and Hannah Hill Bulkeley, 
born in 1773. Married Wm. Henry Peabody, son of Asa Peabody, 
Feb. 19, 1795. Mr. Peabody was born in 1769. Mrs. Peabody 



lied 


Oct. 11, 1853. 










CHILDREN. 


160. 


Catharine Maria Peabody, 


borr 


i Aug. 17, 1796. 


161. 


Henry Bulkeley " 


tt 


Dec. 19, 1797. 


162. 


Charlotte 


i { 


June 25, 1799. 


163. 


Mary " 


tt 


April 7, 1801. 


164. 


Lucy " 


it 


March 13, 1803 


165. 


William 


it 


May 20, 1805. 


167. 


George " 


tt 


Jan. 29, 1807. 


168. 


Charles Alfred 


tt 


July 29, 1810. 


169. 


John B. 


a 


March 7, 1812. 


170. 


Augustus " 


tt 


July 3, 1814. 


171. 


Frederick Gideon " 


a 


May 6, 1818. 



106. 

Nathan Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Ruth Bulkeley, born, 
married, and had children. The name of his wife, the date of 
marriage, and the dates of children's birth, have not been ascer- 
tained. 

CHILDREN. 

172. John. 

, 173. Nathan. 

174. Samuel. 

1 75. Hester. 

1 13. 

Kijenezek, son of Ebenezer and Hannah Maltbie Bulkeley, born 
in Fairfield, Nov. 19, 1766. Married Diana Williams. 

CHILDREN. 

176. Lydia. born 1798; unmarried. 

177. Sarah, " 1800; 

178. John, " 1805; 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



55 



IIS. 

Maltbie Bulkeley, son of Ebenezer and Hannah Maltbie 
Bulkeley, born in Fairfield, Dec. 3, 1770. Married Parthenia 

Morehouse. 



179. Andrew, born 

180. Ruth, " 

181. Clarissa, " 

182. Charity, " 

183. John, 



CHILDREN. 

Died Oct., 1873 ; unmarried. 

Jan. 9, 1800; m. Daniel Beach of Trumbull, 

March 18, 1832. 
July 8, 1804; m. Henry Seeley at Stratfield, Ct. 

m. Thomas Wheeler. 
Jan. 22, 1808 ; m Catharine Morehouse, June 

19, 1836. 



123. 

George Bulkeley, son of Ebenezer and Hannah Maltbie Bulke- 
ley, born Aug. 2, 1784. Married Ruth Barnes and removed to 
Ohio, where he died, aged 80. 



CHILDREN. 



184. John, 

185. Hannah, 

186. Stephen, 

187. Maria, 

188. Annie, 

189. Mary, 

190. George, 

191. Annie, 

192. Andrew, 

193. Emeline, 

194. Ada. 



m. Enoch Esterling. 
m. Sarah Wakeman. 
m. Henry Vanderburgh. 

m. Orlando Myers. 
m. Eunice Howland. 
m. Allen Haines. 
m. Mary A. Var sires. 



ISO. 

Henry Stanley Bulkeley, son of Jonathan and Hannah Hoyt 
Bulkeley, born March 18, 1776. Married, 1, Sallie Durrin; 2, 
Mary Feller. 







CHILD BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 


195. 


Charles, 

< 


born 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 


196. 


Abby Hannah, 


born m. Samuel Walruth. 


197. 


Sarah Ann, 


" May 1, 1812; m. Joseph Wakeman, Mayl, 1834 


198. 


James Stanley, 


" 1814; died in infancy. 


199. 


Catharine A., 


" April, 1815; m. Townsend Parrish of Catskill 


200. 


Lucina, 


" 1817; m. George Downer of Illinois. 


201. 


Mary M., 


" 1819; m. Silas Way of Batavia, El. 


202. 


John, 


died young. 



56 

203. Caroline, 

204. Hannah, 

205. William, 

206. Jane, 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 

born 1823; m. Wm. Done/son, Kingston, Ca. 

" 1825; m. Wm. Smith, St. Catharine, Ca 

died young. 
1829. 



13S. 



Daniel, son of Seth Bulkeley, born March 28, 1785, married 
Sarah, who was born March 2, 1786, and died Nov. 11, 1868. Mr. 
Bulkeley died in Newtown, Conn., Oct. 31, 1860. 



207. Parmelia, 



208. Bronson, 

209. Julia, 



CHILDREN. 

born April 25, 1808 ; m. Lord Northrop, a farmer, resides 

in Stockton, California; has had 
eleven children, three now liv- 
ing. 

April 6, 1811 ; m. Polly Bennet. 

June 21, 1818; m, Dec. 6, John Homer Merwin, 
is a farmer in Brookfield, Ct. 



133. 

John Bulkeley, son of Seth Bulkeley, born at Fairfield, July 
1, 1788, married, Feb. 25, 1813, Lucinda Elwood, who was born 
March 4, 1795, died June 22, 1820. Mr. Bulkeley died March 17, 
1859. 

CHILDREN. 

210. Stephen E., born Nov. 12^,1824. 

211. AnnaLorinda, " Sept. 25, 1826 ; died Feb. 1, 1834. 

212. Miranda, " Sept. 25, 1827 ; m. Samuel Fairchild, 1855. 

213. LemanLee, " Aug. 25, 1829 ; died July 18, 1832. 

134. 

Stephen, son of Seth Bulkeley, born, married, and had a son. 

CHILD. 

214. Daniel, b. 



139. 

Joseph, son of Joseph and Elisabeth Lewis Bulkeley, born in 
Fairfield, married Chloe Hubbell, April 27, 1812, and his widow 
married Wm. Kennedy, June 17, 1836. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



215. 

216 

217. 

218. 

219. 

220. 

221. 



CHILDREN. 

Caroline Silliman, baptized 1813; died May 4,1818. 



Morehouse, 

Adad, 

Henrietta, 

Lewis, 

Caroline, 

Nathanael Silliman, 



June 18, 1815; 
Mch. 21, 1816. 
Nov. 29, 1817; m. Wakeman Burr. 

May 18, 1823 ; m. Harding. 

died at Savannah, unmarried, Dec. 17, 1845. 
Feb. 3, 1828 ; m. Martha Dimon. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 

John, son of Ebenezer and Diana Williams Bulkeley, born in 
1805, married Emily Mallory, and removed to Brooklyn, L. T. He 
is a member of the Board of Education. 



CHILDREN. 



233. Hattie, 

234. Emily, 



born 



1835 ; unmarried. 

1838; m. Eaton, of Williamsburgh. 



Uriah Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Ellen Hubbell Bulkeley, 
born at Greenfield, Ct., Aug. 12, 1782, married Jane Sayre, who 
was born April 20, 1788, and died Feb. 10, 1831. Mr. Bulkeley 
died at Dobbs Ferry, Westchester County, New York, July 23, 
1874, aged 92. 



CHILDREN. 

born 1 807 ; m. George Ufford of Strat- 

ford; died Nov. 24, 1861. 
" Feb. 2, 1809 ; m. Rufus Nichols, and died 
Sept. 19, 1862. 
June 3, 1811 ; d. March 30, 1853. 
Mch. 17, 1813 ; died Sept. 5, 1869. 
.luly 29, 1817; died, 1839. 
Mch. 30, 1819 ; m. Sarah Lee, at Rye, N. Y. 
" 1821 ; m. Henry Gordon Harrison, 

died young. 

" Mch., 1831 ; m. Joseph Nelson, and died 

July 30, 1858. 



222. 


Elisabeth Lois, 


223. 


Jane Mildred, 


224. 


Francis Samuel, 


225. 


John Sayre, 


226. 


James Denney, 


227. 


Wm. Henry, 


228. 


Hettie Julia, 


229. 


Mary Eunice, 


230. 


George Frederick 


231. 


Mary Eunice, 


232. 


Marion, 



8 



58 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

ISO. 

Ruth Bulkeley, daughter of Maltbie and Parthenia Bulkeley, 
born Jan. 9, 1800; married Daniel Beach of Trumbull, March 18, 
1832. 

181. 

Clarissa Bulkeley, daughter of Maltbie and Parthenia More- 
house Bulkeley, born July 8, 1804; married Henry Seeley of Strat- 
field, Ct. 

18S. 

Charity Bulkeley, daughter of Maltbie and Parthenia More- 
house Bulkeley, born ; married Thomas Wheeler. 

183. 

John Bulkeley, son of Maltbie and Parthenia Morehouse Bulke- 
ley, born Jan. 22, 1808; married Catharine Morehouse, June 9, 1834. 

CHILDREN. 

235. Matilda, born 1835 ; unmarried. 

236. Mary, " May, 1837; m. Henry Sturges, Nov. 29, 

1870. 

185. 

Hannah Bulkeley, daughter of George and Ruth Barnes 
Bulkeley, born ; married Enoch Esterting. 

186. 

Stephen Bulkeley, son of George and Ruth Barnes Bulkeley, 
born ; married Sarah Wakeman. 

187. 

Maria Bulkeley, daughter of George and Ruth Barnes Bulke- 
ley, born ; married Henry Vanderburgh. 

189. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of George and Ruth Barnes Bulke- 
ley, born ; married Orlando Myers. 

190. 

Grorge Bulkeley, son of George and Ruth Barnes Bulkeley, 
born ; married Eunice Hoivland. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 59 

191. 

Anne Bulkeley, daughter of George and Ruth Barnes Bulkeley, 
born ; married Allen Haines. 

193. 

Andrew Bulkeley, son of George and Ruth Barnes Bulkeley, 
born ; married Mary A, Varstres. 

196. 

Abby Hannah Stanley, daughter of Henry and Mary Zeller 
Stanley, born ; married Samuel Walruth. 

197. 

Sarah Ann Stanley, daughter of Henry and Mary Zeller Stan- 
ley, born May 1, 1812; married Joseph Wakeman, May 1, 1834. 

CHILDREN. 

237. Jane L. Wakeman, m. Brenan P. Bacon. 

238. Andrew C, " m. Cornelia Burr. 

199. 

Catharine A. Stanley, daughter of Henry and Mary Zeller 
Stanley, born April, 1815, married Toivnsend Parrish, of Catskill. 

CHILD. 

239. Carrie Parrish, born 

200. 

Ltjcina Stanley, daughter of Henry and Mary Zeller Stanley, 
born in 1817, married George Downer, of Illinois. 



240. 
241. 
212. 

943. 


Henry Downer, 
George " 
John Melville, 
Martha. 


CHILDREN. 


married, 
m. 



Lee. 

SOI. 

Mary M. Stanley, daughter of Henry and Mary Zeller Stanley, 
born in 1819, married Silas Way, of Batavia, Illinois. 

CHILD. 

244. Ella Way, born 



60 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

SOS. 

Caroline Stanley, daughter of Henry and Mary Zeller Stanley, 
and granddaughter of Jonathan and Hannah Hoijt Bulkeley, born 
in 1823, married Wiliam Donnelson, of Kingston. 

CHILDREN. 

245. William Donelson, born 

246. Jeannette, " " " 

247. Anne 

248. Harry 

249. Frederick " 

250. Catharine " 

S04. 

Hannah Stanley, daughter of Henry and Mary Zeller Stanley 
and granddaughter of Jonathan and Hannah Hoyt Bulkeley, born 
, married William Smith, of St. Catharine's, Canada. 

CHILD. 

251. Stanley Smith, born 

S07. 

Pamelia Bulkeley, daughter of Daniel and Sarah Bulkeley, 
born April 25, 1808; married Lord Northrop, a farmer, resides in 
Stockton, California; has had eleven children, of which three are 
now living. 

SOS. 

Beonson Bulkeley, son cf Daniel and Sarah Bulkeley, born in 
Newtown, April 6, 1811, married Polly Bennet, daughter of Philo 
and Hannah Bennett of Monroe. 

CHILDREN. 

252. Susan Bulkeley, born April 10, 1831 ; m. Henry E. Beebe, of Norwalk, 

Conn., confectioner, resides in 
Bridgeport, Ct. 

253. George B., Aug. 6, 1836 ; served with honor in the late war 

as volunteer in the 1st Connec- 
ticut Cavalry, and was at the 
battle of Gettysburgh. 

254. William H., " June 16, 1838; unmarried. 

255. Eugene, " Nov. 11, 1844. 

SIO. 

Stephen Bulkeley, son of John and Lucinda Ehoood Bulkeley. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 61 

born Nov. 12, 1824, married, 1, Harriet Rockwell, of Danbury, 

Conn.; 2, Sarah Woodruff; 3, Rockwell, sister of the first 

wife. 

CHILDREN. 

256. Ann, born Jan. 3,1836; m. Davis. 

257. Caroline, " Dec. 4, 1837 ; died Feb. 15, 1840. 

258. Frederick, " Aug. 21, 1840; died Feb. 18, 1841. 

259. Mary, " Jan. 24, 1846. 

260. Ira, " Feb. 4, 1848. 

261. Alford, " May 10, 1849. 

262. Jerome, " Feb. 24, 1852. 

212. 

Miranda Bulkeley, daughter of John and Lucinda Elwood 
Bulkeley, born Sept. 25, 1822, married Samuel Fairchild, in 1855, 
of Newtown, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

263. Mary E., born 1856 ; died Oct. 26, 1857. 

264. Sarah Jane, " April 29, 1858. 

S16. 

Morehouse Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Chloe Hubbell Bulke- 
ley, born June 18, 1815, married Sarah Raynor. 

CHILDREN. 

265. Elizabeth, born died unmarried. 

266. Letetia Ann, " 

267. Morehouse, " 

268. Joseph, " m. ; lived in Norwalk. 

269. Stephen Raynor, " m., 1, Adeline Humphrey ; 2, Caro- 

line Davis. 

270. William, died in Mexico, at the convent of 

Santa Clara. 

317. 

Adad Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Chloe Hubbell Bulkeley, 
born March 21, 1816, married Harriet Hubhell, 

CHILDREN. 

271. Elisabeth, bom died young. 

272. Harriet, " m. Milton Roof. 

273. Henry Lewis, " 

274. Charles Hubbell, " 



62 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

SI 8. 

Hrnrietta Bulkeley, daughter of Joseph and Chloe Hubbell 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 29, 1817, married Wakeman Burr. 

aso. 

Caroline Bulkeley, daughter of Joseph and Chloe Hubbell 
Bulkeley, born May 18, 1823, married Mr. Harding. 

SSI. 

Nathanael Silliman Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Chloe Hub- 
bell Bulkeley, born Feb. 3, 1828, married Mary Dimon, May 25, 
1851. 

CHILD. 

275. Elisabeth, born 



NINTH GENERATION. 

S3S. 

Elisabeth Lois Bulkeley, daughter of Uriah and Jane Sayre 
Bulkeley, born in 1807, married George Ufford, of Stratford, and 
died Nov. 24, 1861. 

SS3. 

Jane Mildred Bulkeley, daughter of Uriah and Jane Sayre 
Bulkeley, born Feb. 2, 1809, married Ruf us Nichols, and died Sept. 
19, 1862. 

ass. 

John Sayre Bulkeley, son of Uriah and Jane Sayre Bulkeley, 
born March 17, 1813, married Ann May. 

CHILD. 

276. Elisabeth Julia, born April 28, 1842; m. Frederick Dwight Stoddard 

of West Troy, N. Y. 

SSJ7. 

William Henry Bulkeley, son of Uriah and Jane Sayre 
Bulkeley, born March 30, 1819, married Sarah Lee Riggs, June 13, 
1841. Her mother's name was Lee. He is a book-seller in Louis- 
ville, Kentucky, where he now resides. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



63 



CHILDREN. 



277. Sarah Lee Riggs, born April 12, 1842; died April 9, 1851. 



278. Harriet Winslow, 

279. Joseph, 

280. Mary Riggs, 

281. Ellen Rebecca, 

282. James Say re, 



Sept. 1 1, 1844 ; m. Dr. John Larrabee of Gor- 

ham, Maine. 
Mch. 24, 1846. 

Jan. 24, 1848; m. John Brent Fishback of 
Garrard County, Kentucky. 
May 10, 1850; died April, 1869. 
Nov. 25, 1852; died Aug. 6, 1871. 



Hettie Julia Bulkeley, daughter of Uriah and Jane Sayre 
Bulkeley, born in 1821, married Henry Gordon, of Harrison, New 
York. 

83S. 

Marion Bulkeley, daughter of Uriah and Jane Sayre Bulkeley, 
born March, 1831, married Joseph Nelson, and died July 30, 1858. 

Harriet Bulkeley, daughter of Adad and Harriet Hubbell 
Bulkeley, born , married Milton Roof. 

Henry Lewis, son of Adad and Harriet Hubbell Bulkeley, born 
, married . 



CHILDREN. 

283. Elisabeth, born 

284. Henry, " 

Charles Hubbell Bulkeley, son of Adad and Harriet Hubbell 
Bulkeley, born , married Julia Smith. 



CHILDREN. 



285. Lewis, born 

286. Harriet Elisabeth, 

287. Anna Roof, 



drowned at Maul Main, 
m. William Crane of Brook- 
lyn, L. I. 



TENTH GENERATION. 

Harriet Winslow Bulkeley, daughter of William Henry and 
Sarah Lee Riggs Bulkeley, born Sept. 11, 1844, married Dr. John 
Henry Larribee, of Gorham, Maine. 



64 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILD. 

288. John Albert Sayre Larribee. 

S79. 

Joseph Bulkeley, son of Wm. Henry and Sarah Lee Riggs 
Bulkeley, horn March 21, 1846, married, Sept. 11, 1872, Agnes 
Marshall 

380. 

Mary Riggs Bulkeley, daughter of William Henry and Sarah 
Lee Riggs Bulkeley, born Jan. 24, 1848, married John Brent Fish- 
back, of Garrard County, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

289. Ella May Fishback, born Aug., 1869. 

290. William Brent " " June 11, 1871. 



THIRD GENERATION. 

6. 

John Bulkeley, son of Rev. Peter and Jane Bulkeley, born 
Feb. 17, 1620, graduated in 1642, at Harvard College. He re- 
turned to England and had a living at Fordham, whence, being 
ejected in 1662, he removed to Wapping, near London, and prac- 
ticed physic with good success, and died Jan. 28, 1689, old style, 
or according to the present computation, Jan. 28, 1690. His will, 
which was probated in the Prerogative Court at Canterbury, bears 
date Oct. 11, 1689. In said will he names his wife A vis, and three 
children, as follows: — 

291. Elisabeth, born m. Edward Falkner. 

292. Edward, ) " There is no evidence that these 

293. Thomas, J « two ]md any descendants. 

They were, when young men, 
engaged abroad, in the service 
of the East India Company, 
and probably never returned to 
England. 

Will op John Bulkeley. 

Recorded in the Records of the Prerogative Court, of Canterbury, Eng- 
land. Copy procured by Horatio G. tiomerby, Esq. 

The last Will and Testament of John Bulkeley, of the Precincts 
of St. Katharines, near the tower of London, Gent., made and 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 65 

ordained this 11th day of October, 1689, Witnesseth and declareth 
as followeth : Imprimis that I, the said John Bulkeley, having first 
resigned my Imortal soul into the gracious hands of him that gave 
it, with good hope and humble confidence, founded on the Scrip- 
ture of faith, through the sole merits of Jesus Christ, that blessed 
and only mediator between God and man, who is himself both 
true God and true man, in one person, received and ajDplied, by the 
renewing work of the Holy Spirit, that he will receive it into his 
everlasting glory. 

As for my mortal body after its decease, I leave it to the care of 
my executor and joint executresses, hereafter named, to be decently 
buried, in such place and manner as by special direction, in a small 
schedule, under my hand given, shall be by me hereafter ordered, 
only having long observed the general dislike of and complaint 
against late burials. As to the time of my bodie's interment, my 
express will is that, if it shall happen in the winter, or when the 
daies are shorter than the nights, that then the said interment be 
actually made, at the furthest by half an hour before sunset. If 
in the summer, when the daies are longer than the nights, that 
it be at the furthest by six o'clock in the afternoon. As to the 
portion of worldly goods, which God, of his free .bounty, hath 
bestowed upon me, my just debts and funeral charges being first 
paid and, that as soon as may be, I give and bequeath the same, in 
manner and form following. 

Imprimis, I give and bequeath unto my loving wife Avis over 
and above what is and was settled upon her by speciall covenant 
and agreement, by me, to and with her, had and made before our 
inter-marriage, the sume of thirty pounds of good and lawful 
money of England, to be to her paid by, five pounds a quarter, 
within eighteen callendar months next after my decease. More- 
over, I hereby give and grant unto her my said wife the possession 
and use during her natural life of all of those rings, necklaces, 
jewels, pieces of plate, and other household stuffs, which she had 
before, and brought with her at our said inter -marriage, or hath 
been by me since given, willing with all, and desiring that her best 
diamond ring be, immediately after her decease, given, taken by 
or delivered to my loving daughter Elizabeth, the now wife of 
Edward Falkner, Grocer, for her sole proper use and dispose, if she 
shall happen to be then living, otherwise to be and come to her sole 
and eldest daughter, if she leave any. But if she my said daughter 
shall happen to decease before my said wife, and leave no daughter 
9 



66 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

of her own surviving, then my mind and will is that the said best 
diamond ring-, with the rest of the said rings, necklaces, Jewells, 
&c, be sold and equally divided between my two sons, Edward and 
Thomas Bulheley, and their brother-in-law, my son-in-law before 
named. 

Item. I give and bequeathe unto my loving sister, Mrs. Eleanor 
Prye, the sum of five pounds, and unto my brother and sister 
Vicaridge, if at my decease surviving, and to every of their chil- 
dren, then living, the sum of ten shillings apiece, and also to my 
late nephew, Trye Vicaridge, his eldest son, the like legacy of ten 
shillings. 

Item. In like manner I give and bequeathe unto my three 
brothers, in New England, Vizt., Edward, Gershom and Peter 
twenty shillings apiece, if then living. As above, the sons of my 
deceased brother Thomas, if to be heerd of and then living, to my 
nephew, Edward Bulkeley, here in England, and to my nephew, 
Thomas Trye, the son of my late brother-in-law, Mr. Win. Trye, 
the sum of ten shillings apiece, if then living, to be to them and 
every of them respectively, paid as soone as may be after my de- 
cease, and as for the remainder of my personal estate, my mind 
and will is that it be forthwith sold and turned into money, and to 
equally divide between my sonnes and son-in-law, Edward, Thomas 
and Everard, afore mentioned, and in case of any of their personal 
decease before me, my mind and will then is that the part of the said 
dividend which should have come to such said child, son or son-in- 
law, shall be and come to his or their oldest child, respectively, if 
any such shall be then living. If any of them shall decease before 
me, then the said dividend to be proportionally to the then sur- 
vivors. 

As to the land in Kings Hall, Suffolk, settled upon me and my 
heirs, after my wife's decease, my mind and will is that that 
also be forthwith sold, and that of the product thereof, within two 
months of the said sale, two hundred pounds of good and lawful 
money of England be paid to my son Falkner as the full remainder 
of his present wive's portion by me before marriage, promised, 
and as for the remainder of said product, my mind and will is that 
it be equally divided between my two sons Edward and Thomas 
aforesaid, only in case either of them happen to decease before the 
said last dividend made, and shall leave lawful issue behind them, 
my will is that their respective parts thereof do and shall come and 
be to the use and behoof of such issue, and accordingly to them or 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 67 

their guardian paid within six months after the said sale, and the 
money thence arising received, or else to be otherwise put out 
upon good security for the benefit of the said issue as my executor 
shall think safest and best. All other of my estate, whether reall 
or personal, together with my seal ring (which I hereby particu- 
larly exempt and reserve from all foregoing bequests), I give and 
bequeath fully and wholly to my son Edward, whome, together 
with my said wife, Avis, and my daughter Elisabeth Falkner, I 
hereby nominate, ordaine, and appoint joynt executor and execu- 
tresses of and to this my last Will and Testament, revoking and 
disannulling hereby all former wills whatever. Written with my 
own hand this eleventh day of October, 1689, in the first year of 
our sovereign Lord and Lady William and Mary, by the wonder- 
ful grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King 
and Queen whome God of his mercy to those nations grant long 
to live and continue their sovereign blessings thereunto. Amen. 

JOHN BULKELEY. 

Signed, sealed and delivered to be the last will of me, the within 
said named John Bulkeley, in the presence of 

Isaac Heath, John Hand, and William Hodges. 

Probatum fuit humor testamentum apud London, veneribili viro 
domino Thomas Pinfold milite legam doctor surrogate venerabilis 
et egregii viri domini, Richardi James, milites legam etiam doctoris 
civia, Prerogative Cauluonensis Magii Custodis sine commissary 
otiam, constituti visessimo Octavo die mensis, January, Anno 
Domini Millessimo sex centi Octogessimo novo juvamento 
Edwardi Bulkeley, Avis Bulkeley, et Elisabetha Faulkner, execu- 
torum in humori, et, testamento quibus com missa fuit, adminis- 
tratio omnium et singalorum bononun jurium, et creditorum, dicti 
defuncti de bene et fidelites Administrando ad Sancta Dei evangelia 
juret. Office copy. 

Court of Probate. 



FOURTH GENERATION 



Elizabeth Bulkeley, daughter of John and Avis Bulkeley, born 
, married Everard Faulkner, of England. They had 



68 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

no children. They had large estates, which were disposed of by- 
will as follows: 

Will of Bverard Faulkner. 
Extracted from the Principal Registry of her Majesties Court of 

Probate, 
In the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. 

In the name of God, amen, I, Everard Faukner, citizen and 
grocer of London, being of sound and perfect mind and memory, 
thanks be to God for it, do make and declare this to be my last 
will and Testament, as followeth: And first, I give my soul into 
the hands of my Almighty Creator, resting myself on the hopes 
of His infinite mercy, through the merits of Christ my Redeemer. 
As to my body, I commit it to the earth, to be decently interred 
at the discretion of my executors herein after named and, as to 
what worldly estate I have of what nature, kind or qualitye soever 
the same is, I dispose of in manner following, that is to say, 

Imprimus, my will and mind is that my debts be duly paid 
and satisfied. 

Item. I give, devise and bequeathe to my dear and loving wife 
Elisabeth Faulkner, all my goods, house hold stuffe, debts due to 
me, moneys and plate, Jewells, chattels and personal estate, what- 
soever, to her own sole use and disposing. 

Item. I give, devise and bequeathe to my said clear wife, Elisa- 
beth Faukner, all my reall free and Copy hold messuages, lands, 
tenements and hereditaments whatsoever and wheresoever the same 
are or is or shall hereafter be. To have and hold the same and 
every part thereof to her, the said Elisabeth Faukner, her heirs 
and assigns forever, to her and their own use. 

Item. All the rest, residue and remainder of my estate (if any 
there is or if any hereafter shall arise or come to me,) and of what 
nature, kind or quality soever, either real, personal or otherwise, 
the same is or hereafter shall be, I give, devise and bequeathe the 
siimfi to my said dear wife Elisabeth Faukner, and to her executors 
and assigns forever. And I do hereby constitute, nominate and 
appoint my said dear and loving wife, Elisabeth Faukner,) sole 
executrix of this my last will and Testament. And I do herewith 
appoint and direct my said wife that she make provision that, at 
her death such of my relations as are hereinafter named may 
have such moneys as are herein after expressed, if my or her 
estate will at such her death bear and pay the same. To wit, 



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that she provide for and give to Everard Faukner, the son of my 
brother John Fankner, three hundred pounds, and to all the other 
children of my said brother John, borne or to be borne, that shall 
be living at my decease, two hundred pounds apiece, and in case 
any of them die in their minority, the same to go to the survivors, 
Everard included, and that share and share all alike, and if my 
said wife shall think fit at any time to advance, dispose or pay any 
sume or sumes of money, for the benefit or placing out of any or 
either of such child, or children. 

Then what monies she shall soe advance, disburse or pay to be 
deducted from the part or sume limited or hereby intended, to 
any such child or children whose receipt the minor shall be a valid 
discharge, in Law, to my said wife. And I do hereby declare 
and also appoint that if any of the children of my said brother 
John Faukner, or if my said brother John, prosecute, sue or 
trouble my said wife in any court of law or equity for touching 
or concerning this my will, or such monies or legacies as I have 
hereby devised my said dear wife to give them or any of them, at 
the time of her death or otherwise, That then every such child or 
children so prosecuting, sueing or troubling my said wife, either 
by him, her or themselves, or any person in his or her or their 
behalf, be prevented and excluded from the money or legacy 
hereby intended to him, her or them, in like manner as if he, her 
or they were not the child or children of my said brother John 
or had not been herein named or mentioned, any aforesaid to the 
contrary notwithstanding. And 1 do hereby revoke and annull 
all other wills by me at any time heretofore made, and do declare 
and appoint this writing as and for my only last will and Testa- 
ment. In witness whereof I, the said Everard Faukner, have 
unto this my last will set my hand and seal the tenth day of 
December, in the fourth year of the reigne of our Sovereign, 
Lady Anne, by the grace of God, Queen of England, Scotland, 
France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. 

Everard Faukner. 

Anno Domini 1705. 

Signed, sealed, published, and declared in the presence of us, 
J. Shepard, Lidia Ketle, John Grant, James Marten. 

Faulkner: 

Probatum fuit humor testamentum Apud London coram 
virili et egregio Tiro Domino Ricardo Raines Milite Legum 



70 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

Doctore curia Prerogitiva Cantabriensis magistro custode sine com- 
missario legitimo constituto tricessimus die mensis July Anno 
Domini malissimo septengissimo septimo juramento Elisabethe 
Faulkner relicte dieti defuncti et executricio in dicto testamento 
nominat cui commissa fuit administratio omnium et singulorum 
bonorum Jurium et creditorum dicti defuncti de bene et fideliten 
administrando eadem et Sancta Dei Evangelia. 
Vigore commissionis jurat, 

Office copy Court of Probate, J. J. B. 

(164 Paley, 10 forum.) 

Will of Elisabeth Falkner. 
Extracted from the Principal Registry of her Majestees Court of 

Probate. 
In the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. 
In the name of God, Amen. This fourth day of June, in the 
sixth year of the reign of his Majesty King George, over Great 
Britain, France, and Ireland, Annoque Domini 1720, I, Elisabeth 
Faulkner, of Epsom als Elisham, in the county of Surrey, widow, 
being weak in body, but of sound and disposing mind and memory, 
praised be God for the same, and being desirous to settle my affairs, 
do make this my last "Will and Testament, in manner following: 
First and principally I resign my soul into the hands of Almighty 
God, my Creator, looking and believing in and thro' the atonements 
of Jesus Chi'ist, my only Lord and Savior, to obtain everlasting 
happiness in his eternal kingdom. My body I commit to the earth 
from whence it was taken, in faith of a joyful resurrection, willing 
the same to be decently buried at the discretion of my executors, 
hereinafter named, with and by my late indeared husband, Mr. 
Everard Faulkner, deceased, and inasmuch as he now lies crowded, 
or liable to be, in the church of Epsom aforesaid, my will and mind 
is, and I do hereby direct my executors, to prepare and provide 
with all convenient expedition after my decease a fit and proper 
vault, in the church-yard of Epsom aforesaid, or some other fitting 
and convenient place, and thereunto to remove and lodge the corps 
of my said husband together with my own, the arrangement of 
which together with my funeral, I leave unto my executors, so as 
they lay out therein a sum not exceeding six hundred pounds. 
And as to such temporal good and estate as it hath pleased God to 
bestow upon me, I give and dispose thereof in manner following, 
that is to say, I give, devise, and bequeath, all those my lands, ten- 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 71 

ements and hereditaments, scituate ami lying in the Town and 
Parish of Epsom aforesaid, held by Copy of Court Roll of the 
Manor of Epsom aforesaid, and which I have surrendered to the 
use of my will, (except a small piece of land or ground, (parcel of 
the premises,) by me allotted and set out or agreed and intended 
to be allotted and appropriated for the erecting thereon, a meeting 
place for religious worship, and also all other my copy Hold and 
customary estate in England, unto my nephew, Thomas Bulkely, 
now or late Factor at Fort St. George, in the East Indies, and the 
heirs of his body lawfully begotten, or to be, together or for want 
of such issue, I give and devise the same premises (except before 
excepted) unto Stanley West, of London, Gent', and the Revd. 
William Harris, of London aforesaid, minister of the gospel, my 
executors hereinafter named, and their heirs upon trust, to make 
absolute sale thereof, for such price as can be reasonably obtained 
for the same, and to bring in and add all such money as shall arise 
unto my personal estate, to the end and intent the same may go 
with, and be applied in like manner, as the surplus and residuum 
of my personal estate is herein by me willed and appointed. Also 
I give and devise the aforesaid piece or parcel of ground so allotted, 
designed, or intended, for the building thereon such an erection as 
aforesaid for religious worship, unto the said Stanley West and 
William Harris, and their heirs in trust, to devise, surrender, con- 
vey, and settle the same for the use and purpose aforesaid for such 
term of years, or other estate as they or the survivor of them shall 
see meet. And I do desire and direct my said nephew, Thomas 
Bulkely, and the heirs of his body, to confirm and corroborate 
the same estate by such waies and manners as my said Trustees or 
their counsel, learned in the law, shall reasonably advise. Item. 
I give and bequeathe all my share and interest (being one thousand 
pounds nominal stocks) in the capital stock or fund of the Bank of 
England, and the growing dividends and profits thereof, and all 
benefit and advantage of the same unto my executors herein after 
named and appointed in trust, to permit and suffer my cousin, Ed- 
ward Bulkly, and his assigns, to take and receive to his and their 
own proper use, the interest, dividends, or profits of my said stock 
for and during the term of his natural life, and from and after his 
decease to permit and suffer my cousin, Sarah Bulkeley, now wife 
of the said Edward Bulkely, and her assigns, to take and receive 
to her and their use one moiety or equal half part of the dividends, 
or interest, or profits of my said stock, for and during the time of 



72 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

her natural life, and as to the same moiety from and immediately 
after the decease of the said Edward Bulkeley, and all the divi- 
dends, profits, and proceeds thereof. 

In trust for Elisabeth Bulkeley, daughter of the said Edward 
and Sarah Bulkeley. Nevertheless if the said Elisabeth Bulkeley 
shall happen to die or depart this mortal life before she shall attain 
her age of one and twenty years, or day of marriage, then my 
will and mind is and I do hereby provide that my executors and 
the survivor of them, and the executors and administrators of such 
survivor, shall stand and be possessed of and entitled to my said 
stock, and all the dividends, profits, and proceeds thereof, in trust 
for such person or persons who, at the time of the decease of the 
said Elisabeth Bulkley, shall be the heir at law of me, the said 
Elisabeth Palkner, and the executors and administrators of the 
same heir at law forever and upon their further trust, nevertheless, 
and I do hereby will and provide that my said executors and trust- 
ees, and the suxvivor of them, shall and may by and with the 
privity and consent of my said cousins, Edward Bulkeley, Sarah 
Bulkeley, and Elisabeth Bulkeley, or the major part of them, or 
of the survivors or survivor of them, at any time after my decease, 
absolutely sell and transfer my said stock, or any part thereof, at 
such price as they can reasonably obtain for the same, and take 
and receive all or any part of my said capital stock, and likewise 
shall and may place at and dispose of the moneys thereby accruing 
upon such securities, or in or for such purchasers of houses, lands, 
annuities, or other public stocks as they in their discretion shall 
think fittest, and settle, or cause the same to be settled, upon the 
like trusts as are herein before mentioned and declared of and con- 
cerning my said stock, any thing contained to the contrary thereof 
in any wise notwithstanding. Item, I give and bequeath unto the 
said Elisabeth Bulkeley, if and when she shall attain her age of 
one and twenty years, or day of marriage, the sum of five hundred 
pounds, to be paid unto her without interest at her attainment of 
the said age or day of marriage first happening. Item, I give and 
appoint unto my nephew, Everard Pawkner, four hundred pounds, 
and to my three; neices, his sisters, Sarah, Jane, and Susannah, 
three hundred pounds a piece, which said last mentioned summes 
make together the summe of one thousand and three hundred 
pounds, and is the sum directed, intended, and appointed them, in 
and by the last Will and Testament of my said late husband, and 
is the whole amount and in full of what my said husband so in- 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 73 

tended or appointed them. But inasmuch as I have already paid 
and advanced, and may yet advance and pay unto or for them re- 
spectively, several sums of money in part of such their said intended 
gifts or legacies, and hereby expressly provide and do direct my 
executors to deduct and take from the same gifts and legacies re- 
spectively all such sum and summes of money as by receipts or 
otherwise shall appear to have been by me at any time or times in 
my life time advanced or paid unto or for them, my said nephew 
and neices, the Fawkners, or any of them respectively, for or in 
respect of all or any moneys or legacies given, appointed, or in- 
tended them, or any of them, in and by my said late husband's 
will or otherwise, and if they are grateful and quiet under his and 
my will, (and not otherwise,) I further bequeath of my own free 
gift unto each and every one of them, my said nephew and nieces, 
the Fawkners, the further sum of three hundred pounds. Item. 
I give and bequeath unto my cousin, Mary Rotherain, one hundred 
pounds. To my brother-in-law, William Bradenall, fifty pounds, 
and to him and his wife forty pounds for mourning; to the lady 
Catharine Taylor, one hundred pounds; to the Revd. Mr. Thomas 
Valentine, of Epsom aforesaid, one hundred pounds, and ten 
pounds more for mourning; to Mrs. Reddall, of Northtoneshire, 
twenty pounds; to Mrs. Martha Barrow, daughter of my cousin, 
Thomas Barrow, fifty pounds; to my said cousin, Edward Bulkeley, 
and his wife and daughter, every said nephew and neices, the 
Fawkners, ten pounds a piece for mourning; to Mr. Bar- 
row and Mrs. Elisabeth Barrow, ten pounds a piece for mourning, 
and to the Bishop and his lady ten pounds a piece for mourning. 
Item, I give unto the Revd. Mr. Woodford, minister of Epsom 
aforesaid, ten pounds; to Mr. Anderson, of the same place, twenty 
pounds; to Mrs. Drury, five pounds, to whom I also remit four 
pounds of the debt she owes me; to Jane Furness, ten pounds; to 
my God daughter, Elisabeth Herkins, twenty pounds, and do will 
and appoint my executors to pay unto or for the benefit of Mrs. 
Elisabeth Herkins, wife of John Herkins, the sum of ten pounds, 
for her separate and peculiar use, apart from her said husband, 
whom I will shall not meddle therewith, nor shall the same be sub- 
ject to his control or debts; and the receipt or direction in writing 
of the said Mrs. Herkins I will shall be a sufficient discharge to 
my said executors for the same. Item, I give unto Izan Patrick 
ten pounds ; to my maid, Susannah Fletcher, twenty pounds, together 
with mourning at the discretion of my executors, and to John Stone 
10 



74 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

Street five pounds. Item, I give unto my said executors one hun- 
dred pounds in trust and to the intent, that they or the survivor 
of them, or the executors and administrators of such survivor, 
shall pay and apply the same for and towards the building of the 
aforesaid house or place for the religious worship of the dissenting 
congregation at Epsom aforesaid, when and as they shall see fit. 
Item, I will and direct my executors to give and distribute the sum 
of one hundred pounds sterling, to and amongst twenty such dis- 
senting preachers or teachers in the county as they or the survivor 
of them shall see fit. Item, I give and bequeath unto such the 
children and grandchildren of my uncles, Edward Bulkeley, Peter 
Bulkeley, and Gershom Bulkeley, late of New England, as shall be 
living at the time of my decease, the sum of five hundred pounds 
sterling, in such parts and proportions, at such times, and in such 
manner, as my executors, or the survivor of them, or the executor 
and administrater of such survivor shall see meet. Item, I give to 
his grace, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and his lady, twenty shil- 
lings a piece for rings; to Mrs. Hester Vicarage, fifty pounds; to 
Rachel Dent, of Coleman Street, ten pounds; to the Revd. Mi'. 
Joshua Bayes, five pounds; to the lady Ward and her four daugh- 
ters each a ring of twenty shillings value; to Mrs. Poyston and 
her two eldest daughters, and Mr. Thomas Wooley and his wife, 
and their two daughters, each a ring of twenty shillings value, and 
to Mrs. Elizabeth Dirton, Mrs. Casey, Mrs. Bridges and her nephew, 
John Bridges, and his sister, twenty shillings a piece for rings. 
Item, 1 give unto my coachman, George, his livery, together witli 
a mourning (suit), at the discretion of my executors, and do will 
that they pay him half a years wages from my death, and permit 
him to live that half year at my house at Epsom, clear of all 
charges for board and diet; and my will is that all my aforesaid 
money legacies to be. paid at the end of six callendar months next 
after my decease, or as soon as conveniently may be and not before, 
save only those given for mourning and rings, and as to such plate, 
Jewells, rings, goods, or other things, whereon I have or shall write, 
or by any note under my hand or of my own hand writing, I shall 
signify to whom 1 would have the same respectively go, my will is 
and I do hereby desire my executors to give and devise the same 
over accordingly. And my will is and I do hereby direct that my 
said cousin, Edward Bulkeley, and his said wife and daughter, and 
the survivors and survivor of them, do inhabit in my present dwell- 
ing house in Epsom aforesaid, while and until my said nephew, 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 75 

Thomas Bulkeley, shall arrive in England, or my executors have 
certain advices of his death, and that they take care to keep my 
said house and the gardens and appurtenances thereto belonging 
in the mean time in good repair and condition, and the charges 
and expenses thereof 1 will to lie paid out of my estate by my 
executors, together with such the provision for my said cousins, 
Edward and wife, and daughter, during their abode here, as my 
said executors or the survivor of them shall from time to time 
adjudge, or think fitting, necessary, or reasonable, and all the rest 
and residue of all and singular, my monies, securities for money, 
goods, chattels, and personal estate, that shall be and remain after 
my debts, funeral charges, be paid and discharged. I give and 
bequeath unto my executors hereinafter named and appointed in 
trust for my said nephew, Thomas Bulkeley, if and in case he shall 
be living at the time of my decease, equally to be divided between, 
(if more than one,) part and share alike, and if but one of them, in 
trust for that one, so that such child or children live to attain the 
age of one and twenty years. Then in trust to pay to my said 
nephew and nieces, the Fawkners, or such of them as shall be then 
living, the sum of sixteen hundred pounds sterling, in equal parts 
and shares, and upon further trust to pay unto such of the children 
of the said sister. Vicarage, except he, that is the Chirurgeon, as 
shall be then living, the sum of fifty pounds a piece, and upon 
further trust to pay unto the child or children, or grandchild, or 
grandchildren of my said late uncle, Edward, Peter and Gershom 
Bulkeley, as shall be then living, one-half part of the then remain- 
ing surplus of my said personal estate, in such parts and propor- 
tions, at such times and in such manner as my executors, or the 
survivors of them, or the executors or administrators of such sur- 
vivor, shall think fit; and upon further trust to pay unto every 
legatee in this my will named, (other than and except my said rela- 
tions, the Fawkners and Bulkeleys, and the legatees for mourning 
and rings,) the like sums of money and legacies by way of addi- 
tion, as I have ordered by this my will, give, allot, or intend, unto 
or for them respectively, and as to all the rest and residue of the 
said overpluss in one residuum of my said personal estate upon the 
further trust and to the intent and purpose. That my said execu- 
tors and trustees, and the survivor of them, shall pay, apply, and 
dispose of the same, and every part thereof, unto such person or per- 
sons, and to and for such charitable uses, intents and purposes, in 
such proportions, at such time, and in such manner, as I have or 



76 BULKKLEY FAMILY. 

shall direct them, or as they or the survivor of them, or the execu- 
tors or administrators of the survivor of them shall see fit, and to, 
for, and upon no other use, intent, or purpose whatsoever. And I 
do earnestly desire and entreat my good and faithful friend, Stan- 
ley West, to take upon him the burthen of being one of my execu- 
tors, and I do name, ordain, and appoint him, the said Mr. Stanley 
West, and the said Mr. William Harris, executors of this, my last 
Will and Testament, having an entire confidence in their integrity, 
and as a token of my respect unto them for their care and trouble 
to be had and taken therein, I do give unto each of them two hun- 
dred pounds sterling; and I do desire and direct my said executors 
in the first place to pay all my just debts as I shall truly owe at the 
time of my decease, according to equity and good conscience; and 
I do hereby give full power and authority unto my said executors 
and the survivors of them, and the executors anil administrators of 
such survivor, to make such occupation and to give such discharge 
for any debts or sums of money as at the time of my decease shall 
be due, owing, and payable unto me as they in their discretion 
shall think fit. And I do hereby also empower and direct my ex- 
ecutors either to sell or continue my stock, subscription, or interest 
in the South Sea Company, as they shall think fittest; and my will 
and desire is that my said nephew, Thomas Bulkeley, and other my 
legatees who may be concerned therein, do entirely acquiesce in 
what they, my said executors, or the survivor of them, shall see 
meet to do in and about the same, and I do hereby declare my ex- 
press will and mind to be, and do provide that it shall and may be 
lawful to and for my said executors, their executors and adminis- 
trators, and each and every of them, in the first place to satisfy and 
reimburse him and themselves by and out of my estate, and the 
several devises and legacies herein before given and made unto 
them, all such costs, charges, and expenses, as they either or any 
of them shall reasonably lay out and expend in the execution of 
this my will and performance of the trusts hereby in them reposed, 
and that they either or any of them shall not be charged or charge- 
able with, or answerable for any part of my estate, save what shall 
actually be in or come into their respective hands, or be actually 
received by them respectively by their respective express orders. 
Nor shall either or any of them be answerable for the defaults, 
neglects, or misdoings of the other of them, nor shall either or any 
of them be answerable for any monies they shall place out at inter- 
est, or otherwise dispose of by virtue and in pursuance of this my 



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will. If the same shall hereby happen to be lost in part or in all, 
so that it be done with the joint consent and concurrence of both 
my said executors during their joint lives, and so that in the writ- 
ings or securities taken for the same, or by some indorsement 
thereon, or other writing made and executed at the time of taking 
such securities, it be from time to time expressed that the same is 
or are taken in trust for or for the account or benefit of my lega- 
tees interested therein, some one of them respectively. And lastly, 
I do hereby revoke and make void and null all former and other 
wills by me made, and do publish and declare this present writing, 
contained in eleven sheets of paper, including this present sheet, 
all of them written on one side only, to be and contain my last Will 
and Testament. In witness whereof I, the said Elisabeth Fawkner, 
the testatrix, have to every of the said sheets set my hand and 
seal, and also put my seal to the top of the first sheet, the day and 
year above written. Elisabeth Fawkner. 

Signed, sealed, published, and declared by the said Elisabeth 
Fawkner, as and for her last Will and Testament, on the day and 
date thereof, in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed 
our names as witnesses, in the presence and at the request of the 

said Testatrix. 

John Wildman. 

Jno. Narden, at Blacksmiths' Hall. 

Gable Bradford, Clerk to 

Mr. Wildman. 



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DESCENDANTS OF REV. GERSHOM BULKELEY. 

THIRD G E NERATION. 

Rev. Gershom Bulkeley, son of Rev. Peter Bulkely, the Puri- 
tan settler of Concord, Mass., and his second wife, Grace diet wood 
Bulkeley, born Dec. 6, 1636, graduated at Harvard College in 
1655, before completing his nineteenth year. He married Sarah 
Chauncey, daughter of President Chauncey of Harvard, the emi- 
grant ancestor of the name, Oct. 26, 1659. She was born in Ware, 
England, June 13, 1631, and was admitted to the church in Cam- 
bridge Dec. 10, 1656. She died June 9, 1669. In the year 1661, 
Mr. Bulkeley located at New London as the second minister of 
the church in that place. The following entry in regard to him is 
in Miss Caulkin's History of New London (page 131): " The year 
1661 presents us with a new minister, Mr. Gershom Bulkeley of 
Concord, in the Bay Colony, who, having preached several months 
in the place, entered into a contract to become the minister of the 
town. This was merely an engagement for a term of years, and 
contained no reference to a settlement or ordination. The town 
pledged a salary of £80 yearly, for three years; and afterwards 
more, if the people found themselves able to give more, or as much 
more as God shall move their hearts to give, and they do find it 
needful to be paid." It was to be reckoned in provisions or Eng- 
lish goods, and for the first three years he was to have all such sil- 
ver as weekly contributed by strangers, to help towards the buying 
of books. The town was to pay for the transportation of himself, 
family, and effects from Concord, provide him with a dwelling 
house, orchard, garden, and pasture, and with upland and meadow 
for a small farm ; and supply him with firewood for the use of his 
family, and do their endeavors to suit him with a servant or youth 
and a maid, he paying for the time. Finally, if Mr. Bulkeley 
should die during the continuance of his ministry, his wife and 
children should receive from the town the full and just sura of 
£60 sterling." The contract was afterward modified, to obviate 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 79 

some difficulty which occurred in building the parsonage. Mr. 
Bulkeley proposed to provide himself witli a house and free the 
town from an engagement to pay £60 to his family in case of his 
decease for the sum of £80 in hand. To this the town consented, 
on condition that he remained with them seven years; but they 
added this clause: " In case he remove before the seven yeer, he 
is to return the S0£ agen, but if he stay the V yeere out, the 80 C 
is wholly given him, or if God take him away before this time of 1 
yeeres, the whole is given his wife and children." 

Mr. Bulkeley, after having freed the town from their engage- 
ment to build a parsonage, purchased the homestead of Samuel 
Lothrop, who was about to remove to the new settlement of Nor- 
wich. The house is said to have stood beyond the bridge over the 
mill brook, on the east side of the way toward Mohegan. Here 
Mr. Bulkeley dwelt during his residence in New London, probably 
where the Hallam house now stands. 

The following entries are found on the records of the town: 
"15th Jan. 03-4. James Rogers, Levt. Smith, Gary Latham, 
John Smith, and William Hough are appoynted to go to Mr. 
Bulkeley for the settling him amongst us." 

* " 25 Feb. Old Mrs. Bulkeley's request be read." 

" Mr. Buckley, for enlarging maintenance yt he may keep a 
man, and also take the geting wood into his own hand — if not, 
let 10/. more be added to our town rate for wood cutting; and cart- 
ing, and 4/. for raising the pulpit." 

"At a town meeting, Feb. 25, 16G4-5: 

" The town having desired to declare their myndes concerning 
Mr. Bulkeley, it was propounded whether they were willing to 
leave Mr. Bulkeley to the libertye of his conscience, without com- 
pelling or enforcing him to anything in the execution of his place 
and office contrarye to his light, according to the laws of the Com- 
monwealth. Voted to be their myndes." 

This is the first intimation of any uneasiness between Mr. Bulke- 
ley and the people. There are no church records reaching back to 
this period, and his reasons for leaving are but obscurely inti- 
mated. He had not been settled, and no great formality was neces- 
sary to his departure. 

"At a town meeting, June 10, 1665: 

* Mrs. Bulkeley, the mother of Rev. Gershom Bulkeley, removed to New Lon- 
don, and resided there after the decease of her husband, Rev. Peter Bulkeley, of 
Concord, Mass. 



80 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

"The town understanding Mr. Buckley's intention to go into 
the Bay, have sent James Morgan and Mr. Douglas to desire him 
to stay untill seacond day come seven night, which day the town 
have agreed to ask againe Mr. Fitch to speak with him, in order to 
know Mr. Buckley's mynde fullye whether ha will continue with 
us to preach the gospell." 

The overtures made to him seem to have proved unsuccessful. 
A vote, however, was passed, showing that no embittered feeling 
had grown up between Mr. Bulkley and the 'people. Though he 
had ceased to be considered as their minister, he remained in town 
and occupied the pulpit with acceptance until a successor was ob- 
tained. The following vote appears on the town records: 

" It is voted and agreed that Mr. Bulkeley, for his time and 
paines taken in preaching the Word of God to us since the time 
of his yere was expired, have thirty pounds to be gathered by a 
rate." 

Mr. Bulkeley is supposed to have removed from New London to 
Wethersfield in the early part of the year 1667. He was installed 
pastor of the church in Wethersfield the same year of his removal, 
as successor to Rev. John Russel, who had removed to Hadley, 
Mass. He continued the pastor there about ten years, when he 
was dismissed in the year 1677. He then devoted himself to the 
practice of medicine and surgery. He was appointed by the Gen- 
eral Court, in 1675, surgeon to the army that had been raised 
against the Indians, and Mr. Stone was directed to supply his place 
in his absence. In 1676, while the party to which he was attached 
was in pursuit of the enemy, he was attacked by a number of In- 
dians near Wachuset Hill, in Massachusetts, and received a wound 
in his thigh. As a clergyman, he stood at the head of his profes- 
sion, and ranked among the first in medical science. He devoted 
much time to chemistry, with its useful researches, and to philoso- 
phy as a cardinal branch of medical knowledge. He was master 
of several languages, among which were the Latin, Greek, and 
Dutch. He was famous as a surveyor, pre-eminent, in his time, as 
a chemist, and highly respected as a magistrate. His sympathies 
were not always on the popular side. He was a man of peace; 
but was, at the same time, one who expected unqualified obedience 
to authority. At least, as a politician, he was opposed to the as- 
sumption of the government by the Colonial authorities in 1689, 
after the time of Sir Edmund Andross. His political sagacity and 
foresight enabled him to foresee that the course the colonists were 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 81 

pursuing would finally lead to the triumph of those democratic 
principles which they all disavowed, and consequently he set his 
face against them. In 1689, he published at Philadelphia, a 
pamphlet on the Affairs of Connecticut ; but no copy is known to 
exist of it in this country. The same year he wrote an elaborate 
work, with the curious title: " Will and Doom, or the Miseries of 
Connecticut, by and under an usurped and arbitrary power, being a 
narrative of the first erection and administration of Government in 
their Majesties Colony of New England, in America. 1689." 

The work was never printed, but was sent to England by the 
Governor of New York, some dozen years after, as the most reli- 
able account of New England to be found.* At a subsequent 
period, a copy elegantly transcribed was procured, and may be 
seen in the State Library at Hartford, Conn. He died at Wethers- 
field Dec. 2. 1713, aged 77 years and 11 months old. On his mon- 
ument is the following testimonial: "He was honorable in his 
descent; of rare abilities, extraordinary industry, excellent learn- 
ing, master of many languages; exquisite in his skill in divinity, 
physic and law, and of a most exemplary and Christian life. '-In 
certam spem beate resurrectiones repositas." 

Soon after Mr. Bulkeley's devoting himself to the practice of 
medicine, he located on the east side of the river, in what is now 
Glastonbury, and became quite a landowner. 

During the year previous to his decease, he made his will, of 
which the following is a copy: 

The last will and testament of Gershom Bulkeley, of Wethers- 
field (alias G. Bulkely of Glastenbury), in the county of Hartford, 
in her Majesties Colony of Ct., in New England, Practitioner of 
Physick, made on the 26th day of May, in the year of our Lord 
1712, and in the eleventh year of the reign of our Sovereign Lady 
Anne, by the grace of God Queen of Great Britain, France, and 
Ireland, and of the Dominions thereto, Defender of the Faith, &c, 
is as follows: The said Gershom Bulkely having much more than 
twenty years walked upon the very mouth of the grave, under so 
great infirmity that I cannot but wonder how I have all this while 
escaped falling into it, have not been wholly unmindfull of that 
which nature and common prudence calls for in such cases. But 
in the mean time, sorrowful changes from the Most High have 

* This work has recently been published by Mr. Charles J. Hoadly, the State 
Librarian, but unfortunately the printing* office took fire when it was about 
printed, and two copies only are preserved. 
11 



82 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

passed over me, and some that I had hoped would have survived 
me, have prevented me and left me behind them, whereby together 
with some incident considerations, I am moved to alter some things 
which otherwise I should not have done. And therefore remain- 
ing, tho' very weak in body, yet (through divine mercy) of sound 
mind and memory, I do now make this (I hope) my Last Will and 
testament, hereby unmaking and annulling all former wills What- 
soever made by me. In the first place, casting myself upon the 
riches of Sovereign Grace (if God hath wrought any truth in my 
most deceitful heart), I commit my sinful soul into the merciful 
hands of my most gracious Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, whom 
God hath exalted by and at his own right hand to be a Prince and 
a Savior, to give repentance and remission of sins unto Israel. To 
him, therefore, I fly for both, with that humble and comprehensive 
petition of the Publican: ' God be merciful to me a sinner;' and 
my body I commit to the dust as it was, to be (as near to my late 
dear wife as, conveniently, may be) decently but obscurely buried, 
without much cost or ceremony. I neither deserve nor desire 
those things, yet desire a part in the first and better resurrection of 
the just. 

In the next place I will that all my just debts, due from me 
(which I thank God are now and I hope shall be very few and 
small, if any) be well and duly paid, by my executor hereafter 
named, and as for those poor children which I shall leave behind me 
in a most sinful calamitous world to grapple with difficult times, 
the best bequest I have for them is Luther's short, but significant 
and pertinent prayer, " To domine nutri servatore": To him, there- 
fore. I commend and give them all, humbly beseeching him that 
he will graciously accept them and theirs; and make them all his 
own and faithful to the death, and be their portion a God and 
father to them, in Christ his son, from generation to generation. 
Amen. As for that little real estate which I had, I have already, 
by acts executed in my own life time, disposed of it, some to others 
and the rest of it among my sons or, to their use and behoof, re- 
spectively, as occasion hath required, and some also part of my per- 
sonal estate I have bestowed upon my children already; the remnant 
thereof of my personal estate I dispose of as follows: Imprimis to 
my son Charles his daughter, Hannah Goodrich, (not to say what I 
have already done for her since her marriage which she knows, yet 
to her) or to the next Representative or Representatives I give and 
bequeath eight pounds in current money of Connecticut or equiva- 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 83 

lent thereto, to be paid by my executor hereafter named, as soon as 
conveniently he may after my decease, except only, that in case her 
occasion should require, and I live to pay the same or any part 
thereof myself ; that then my executor shall be discharged of so 
much as I shall pay or cause to be payed. 

Item, to my good daughters in law. Hannah Avery and Rachel 
Wolcott, I give each of them a golden Ducat (or ten shilling piece) 
if I happen to have a couple. 

Item, to my son Edward's present wife, Dorothee, I give a golden 
guinea (or twenty shilling piece) if I happen to have one. 

Item, to my brother Peter's children (Gershom, Peter, Grace, 
Margaret and Dorothee) I give each of them ten shillings in cur- 
rent money of Connecticut or equivalent thereto, and if any of them 
happen to owe me anything at my decease not exceeding ten shil- 
lings, I will that it be remitted to the debtor, and in particular to 
the said Grace, I give my great red rugg which was once her 
mother's, provided that she the said Grace do siirvive me. 

Item, to my son Edward. I give and bequeath the clock, now 
standing in its case in his house as also my Seal Ring, the great 
gilt spoon, the least of my two silver porringers and all the books 
and manuscripts that I have touching matters of law, except the 
notes which I had at some time written out of Coke's 1st, 2d, 3d 
and 4th Institutes, which notes I formerly gave to my son, and 
which tho now in my hand; my will is that he shall have them 
again, if they may be of use to him. I give my son Edward also, 
my whip saw, tension saw and timber chain, being of use for his 
mill. 

Item, to my son John, aforesaid, besides what I have otherwise 
done for him, to the utmost of my ability (and I wish I could have 
done as well for the rest of his brethren) I have already given the 
greatest part of my books and my silver pocket watch (which last 
I mention that my executor may not be at a loss what is become of 
it) but besides, there are some other parcels needless to be men- 
tioned and besides what I may and shall yet do for him, if God 
give me life and further ability 1 give and bequeath to him all the 
rest of my books which I now have and also my manuscripts, writ- 
ten by my grandfather, my father, or others, I say all such my 
books and manuscripts, as concern only divinity and other learning, 
except the law (which books and manuscripts I have given to Ed- 
ward as aforesaid), and except also medicine and chymistry and 
some few other books, which with those that concern medicine and 
chymestry I shall otherwise dispose of by and by. 



84 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

Item, to my grandson Richard Treat, (the son of Thomas and 
Dorothy, I give and bequeath all my books and manuscripts, which 
any way concern medicine and chymestry, among which I include 
all Glaubus and Boyle's Books* which I have, whether in Latin or 
English as also Georgics, Agricola, De Re Metallica and Lazarus, 
each retranslated by St. John Pettus, called Fleeta Minor, or the art 
&c. of Metalls ; and the same St. John Pettus, his Fodine Regales, 
and such like books, and also Littleton's Dictionary, for the Latin 
tongue, and my Dutch Grammar for the Dutch language, together 
with my manuscript Dutch Dictionary, which may help him to read 
and understand Hehwart's Degerend, &c, i. e., the Day Spring, a 
new resurrection of the art of Medicine, which book is in the Dutch 
language, and together with all my vessels and instruments usefull 
thereabout, of glass, brass, or copper, iron, stone or earth. All 
these I give to him provided he hold and pursue his inclination to 
that study, but if by death or otherwise he be diverted or depart 
from it, then I give them all to the next of his brethren, that 
will apply himself to the study, but if none of them then I give 
them all to his mother (my daughter Dorothy) to dispose of at her 
discretion or to his father, in like manner, if he survive her. 

Item to my daughter Catharine Treat (now deceased), I have al- 
ready given a competent portion in proportion to my tenuity, yet 
her only child and daughter Catharine Treat, I give and bequeath 
my lesser silver tankard, my lighter silver cucurbite to be distin- 
guished by its weight from that which I have already given to my 
daughter Dorothe, (tis not that which belongs to the silver retort 
but is much better and bigger than that), I give her also the silver 
salt sellers and the small silver dram cup, all whichl had intended 
for her mother, had she survived me, and which are (I doubt not) 
worth at least twenty pounds in money. Yet I reserve and give 
liberty to my daughter Dorothy, to redeem any of the silver vessels 
aforesaid for the full value thereof if she desire so to do. This 
Legacy I will to be paid to the said Catharine Treat, at her age of 
eighteen years, or day of marriage which of them shall first hap- 
pen, but if neither of them happen, then, at her decease, to her 
father, (my grandson in Law, Richard Treat) if he be then living, 
but if not then this legacy to be divided equally, in value, between 
my son Charles, his daughter Hannah Goodrich aforesaid and my 
daughter Dorothy Treat aforesaid or their next legal representa- 
tives, by nature and blood respectively. 



* Bulkleley's copy of Georgics Agricola and of Glaubus and other medical 
books are now in the library of Trinity college. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 85 

Lastly to my daughter. Dorothy Treat, aforesaid, who as yet hath 
had but little and what she hath had is not now to be accounted 
for (to her), I give and bequeath all the rest of my personal estate, 
whatsoever it be, without mentioning or apprizeing of particulars, 
whether it be in my own hands or in the hands of others, or due 
and owing from others to me; except only that if there shall be 
any poor widow or widows or other truly poor persons not able to 
pay their debts to me, my will is that my executor shall remit it 
and not trouble them for it, — which I must leave to his discretion, 
yet with this advertisement, that by poor I mean such as are 
indeed poor, at least by divine Providence, not by idleness, nor 
such as may say they are poor and yet can find wherewith to 
drink, swell, and swagger, and make themselves poor and others, 
too. 

And in particular, To her, my said Dorothy Treat, I give and 
bequeath my negro maid Hannah, willing and solemnly requiring 
that into whose hands soever she may happen to come they use 
her well, and consider that she hath a soul to save as well as wee, 
and is a Christian; and therefore that they make conscience to 
promote her in her reading, catechism, and all Christianity, that 
she may profit and grow in religion and godliness, and attain the 
end of baptism to the glory of God; and this I earnestly require 
on her behalf, as they will answer the neglect thereof before God. 

To conclude, there is a manuscript of my own concerning the 
Divinity of the Scriptures, which I did not intend to be included 
among the theological manuscripts above given to my son John, 
tho' I forgot particularly to except it there, and therefore I do 
except it here; and this manuscript I give and bequeath to all my 
children, Edward, John, and Dorothy, for the good of themselves 
and their's for whose sakes I principally wrote it (not excluding 
but including Hannah Goodrich, aforesaid, and Catharine Treat, 
aforesaid also), that they may know whom and what they believe, 
and especially such of them as have not these other (and possibly 
better) helps, which my said son John hath or may have. But 
the trust and custody of it for the use of them all I commit to my 
said daughter, Dorothy Treat, to whom all the rest may resort for 
that end as their behoof and desire shall move and direct them. 
Finally, for the execution of this my Last Will and Testament, I 
nominate, constitute, and appoint my loving and trusty son-in-law, 
Thomas Treat, to be my sole and only executor, and in testimony 
and confirmation of all the premises, I have to these presents put 



86 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

my hand and seal, in Glastonbury, aforesaid, on the day and year 

first above written. 

GERSHOM BULKELEY. (A Seal.) 

Signed, sealed, and published, and declared to be the last Will 
and Testament of the said Gershom Bulkeley, in the presence of 
these witnesses, 

John Hollistek, 
Samuel Brooks, 
Daniel Andrews, (a) his mark. 

P. script, An addition and confirmation of this my last will and 
testament here above written. For as much as it hath pleased Gcd 
to take away my son, Thomas Treat, before me, whom I had made 
my sole executor, my will is and I do hereby ordain my daughter, 
Dorothy Treat, his widow, to be my sole executrix of this my last 
will, and this was always my will in that case, so that there is no 
change or revokation on my part. In testimony whereof I here- 
unto put my hand and seal, in Glassenbury, in the county of Hart- 
ford, on the twenty and fourth day of Nov., Anno Domini, 1713, 
Gershom Bulkeley. This addition, dated and on the date afore- 
said, was by the said Gershom Bulkeley, the testator, signed, sealed, 
and declared, and published to be his addition and to be his last Will 
and Testament in presence of, 

Samuel Brooks, 
Joseph Easton, 
her 

Sarah (g) Brooks. 
mark. 



CHILDREN. 

born about 1660; m. Richard Treat. 

1662; m. Thomas Treat, July 5, 1693. 
1663. 

1664; m. Rebeecah Talcott. 
m. Dorothy, 
m. Patience Prentice. 



294. 


Catharine, 


295. 


Dorothy, 


296. 


Charles, 


297. 


Peter, 


298. 


Edward, 


299. 


John, 



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87 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

394. 

Catharine Bulkeley, daughter and eldest child of Rev. Ger- 
shom and Sarah Chauncey Bulkeley, born about 1661; married 
Richard Treat, August 20, IV 04, by whom she had one child; she 
died soon after. Mr. Richard Treat died May 7, 1713. 

CHILD. 

300. Catharine Treat, born Aug. 26, 1706; m. Samuel Deming, of Wethers- 
field, June 16, 1726. 



SOS. 

Dorothy Bulkeley, daughter of Rev. Gershom and Sarah 
Chauncey Bulkeley, born about 1662 or 1663; married Thomas 
Treat, July 5, 1693. He was son of Richard Treat and brother of 
Richard, the husband of her sister Catharine. He is known in the 
records as " Thomas Treat, at Nayaug; married the daughter of 
the Rev. and Hon. Garsham backly " (Bulkeley). He appears 
to have been lieutenant of the train-band. He was one of 
the petitioners for the incorporation of Glastonbury, and died 
Jan. 17, 1713, aged 44. He was appointed executor of his father- 
in-law, Gershom Bulkeley 's, will, but died about eleven months 
before him, whereupon Mr. Bulkeley, by a codicil, left the settle- 
ment of his estate to his daughter, Dorothy Treat, who survived 
him. Mrs. Dorothy Treat died in 1757. 



301 . Richard Treat, 



302. 


Charles 


303. 


Thomas 


304. 


Isaac 


305. 


Dorotheas, 


306. 


Dorothy, 


307. 


Sarah, 



twins, 



308. Mary, 



CHILDREN. 

born May 14, 1694; supposed to have m. Susanna 
Woodbridge, daughter of the Rev. Timothy 
Woodbridge, of Hartford, Aug. 7, 1 728. 

" Feb. 28, 1696; m. Sarah Gardner, 1727. 

" May 3, 1699; m. Mary Hopson, Colchester. 

" Aug. 5, 1701 ; m. Rebecca Bulkeley, Dec. 10, 
1 730, daughter of Edward. 

„ Aug. 25, ) m. widow Hannah Benton, Dec. 18, 
1704; \ not known to have married. [1754. 

" Jan. 21, 1707; m. Joseph Tryon, jun., March 
13, 1729. 

" Jan. 9, 1710; m. Joseph Stevens. 



88 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

996. 

Dr. Charles Bulkeley, born about 1663. Studied medicine, 
probably with his father. The following entry is found in the 
court records of New London county: — "1687. This court grants 
HI lerty unto Mr. Charles Bulkeley to practice physick in this county, 
and grants him license according to what power is in them so to 
do." He married and had one child, but died young. The family 
name of his wife is not known, nor the date of marriage. He 
died before his father, Rev. Gershom Bulkeley, as appears from 
the following instrument, contained in the sixth volume of the 
New London Records, page 203: 

To all people to whom this present writing shall come, greeting: 
Whereas I, Gershom Bulkley, Late of New London, in the county 
of New London, in her Majesties Colony of Connecticut, in New 
England, in America, and now resident in Glassenbury, in the 
county of Hartford, in the Colony aforesaid, practitioner in physic, 
have formally, by my deed of gift under my hand and seal, en- 
feoffed my son, Charles Bulkley, late of New London, aforesaid, 
of all my land and tenements in the same New London, to have 
and to hold the same, with all privileges and appurtenances to the 
same belonging, to him, the said Charles, and to his heirs and 
assigns forever; which deed of gift is also acknowledged good 
before the Honorable John Allyn, esq., late of Hartford, afoi-esaid, 
in or about as I remember, the year 1688, to the end that the said 
deed might be recorded according to law, but am now informed 
the said deed of Gift is since the decease of my said son Charles, 
casually burnt in the burning of the house wherein it was and is 
not to be ffound on record. Now know ye that in considerate >n 
of the premises, and to the end that no inconveniences may grow by 
means of the loss of the said deed of gift, I, the said Gershom Bulk- 
ley, do by these presents acknowledge and allow the said deed of gift 
made by me to my said son Charles, and that I allowed his entry 
into and possession of the said lands and tenements in New London, 
afforesaid ; and that he was lawfully seized thereof in fees, and for 
the more full assurance thei'eof, I, the said Gershom Bulkley, have 
ratified, approved, and confirmed, and do by these presents ratify, 
approve, and confirm, my sd son Charles in his entry into and 
possession of the said land and tenements, together with the rights 
lawfully accruing thereupon, as particularly the right of dower to 
his rellict, and the right of inheritance descended upon his heir; 






BULKEL'ET V A MILY, 89 

accordingly have ratified, approved, and confirmed, and do by 
these presents ratify, approve, and confirm, to my said son Charles, 
his only child, daughter, and heir, Hannah, now Hannah Goodrich, 
of Glassenbury, aforesaid, the estate of inheritance in fee which 
the said Hannah by law and right hath in the said lands and tene- 
ments, with the privileges and the appurtenances of the same. 
That is to one messuage which I bought of Samuell Lathrop, late 
of New London, aforesaid, as by his deed of sale on record may 
appear, with the house and orchard thereupon. Item: one other 
piece of land which I purchased of Jacob Waterhouse, late of 
the same New London, as by his deed of sale on record may ap- 
pear. Item: one other small strip of land which was granted me 
by the town of New London, aforesaid, lying betwixt the Mill 
Brooke and the streete upon which streete the messuage aforesaid 
abutts south-westward, which grant may appear by the Eegister of 
the said town, to have and to hold the said lands and tenements 
and every part and parcel thereof, of the same and of every of them, 
with all priveledges and appurtenances to the same and to every of 
them belonging, or any wise appertaining to her, the said Hannah 
Goodrich, and to heirs, that is to say true and right heirs, accord- 
ing to the due course of the common law of England, and to her 
assigns and to her and their and every of their owne only and 
proper use and behoofs forever, as fully and absolutely to all intents 
and purposes: as if the said deed of gifts to her father, now 
extant and on Eecord, or as if the same deed had been made 
immediately to herself only, reserving to her mother her right of 
dower during her natural life, accordingly to the law; and also adver- 
tising that whereas I observe that the Register that then was hath 
omitted the abatements of ye south-eastward end butts upon the 
neck and uppermost mill-dam, and not upon the lower dam, and so it 
abuts upon the streete also which in that place passeth over the said 
dam. And advertising also that this said strip of land must be no 
detriment or incumbrance to the proprietors or occupiers of the 
mill, but they may at all times raise the water to what height 
they can and will, without denyall or disturbance from the said 
Hannah or her heirs or assigns. And in testimony of the prem- 
ises, I have to these presents put my hand and seale, in Glassenbury 
aforesaid, on the second day of December, in the eighth year of 
the reigne of our Sovereign Lady Ann, by the Grace of God 
Queen of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, and of the dominions 

12 



90 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

thereto belonging, defender of the faith, &c, &c. Annoque Domi- 
ni Dei,* 17 09. 

GERSHOM BULKLEY, 

Jany the 27, 170 \*. 

Signed, sealed, and 
delivered in presence 
of us, 

Thomas Kimbly, 
dorothe treate. 

Mr. Gershom Bulkeley, of Glas- 
senbury, personally appeared before 
me and acknowledged the above in- 
strument to be his free act and deed 
before me, 

Robert Welles, 

Justice of the Peace. 

Extracted out of the Original and recorded April the 5, 1710. 

Daniel Wetherell, Recorder. 

CHILD OP DR. CHARLES BULKELEY. 

310. Hannah, born ; married Richard Goodrich, May 18, 1709. 
(See Goodwill, page 75.) 

S97. 

Peter Bulkeley, son of Rev. Gershom and Mrs. Sarah Cliaun- 
cey Bulkeley, born in 1664; married Rachel Talcott in 1687, and 
was lost at sea at the age of 37 years, and left but one 

CHILD. 

310£. John, born about 1689. 

SOS. 

Edward Bulkeley, son of Rev. Gershom and Mrs. Sarah Chaun- 
cey Bulkeley, born in 1673; married Dorothy Prescott, daughter of 
Jonathan Prescott, of Concord, Mass., and died at Wethersfield, 
Aug. 27, 1748. 

CHILDREN. 

311. Charles, born March 27, 1703; m. Mary Sage, of Middletown. 

312. Elisabeth, " Jan. 24, 1705; m. Joseph Smith. 

313. Sarah, " Feb. 8, 1707 ; m. Joseph Stoiv. 

314. Eebecca, " Feb. 22, 1709; m. Isaac Treat. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 91 

315. Peter, born Mch. 19, 1711 ; died in infancy. 

316. Peter 2d, " Mch. 11, 1712; m. Abigail Curtis. 

317. Gershom, " July 29, 1714; m. Thankful Belding. 

318. Dorothy, " Sept. 11, 1716; m. Thomas Curtis, of Rocky Hill. 

319. Jonathan, " , 1718; m. Abigail Williams. 

320. Abigail, " ,1720; m. John Marsh. 

321. Lucy, " ,1723; m. Charles Butler. 

299. 

Rev. John Bulkeley, son of Rev. Gershom and Sarah Chauncey 
Bulkeley, born ; married Patience Prentice, daughter of 

John and Sarah Prentice, in 1701, and was the father of twelve 
children. He graduated at Harvard College in 1699. Studied 
divinity, and was ordained as pastor of the church in Colchester, Ct., 
Dec. 20, 1703, and took a high rank among the clergymen of his 
time. He wrote " A preface to B. Wolcott' s Meditations ; an election 
sermon in 1713, entitled " The Necessity of Religion in Societies." 
In 1724, he published an "Inquiry into the Right of the Aborigi- 
nal Natives to the Land in America." In 1729, he published 
another tract, " An impartial accoitnt of a late Debate at Lyme, 
upon the following points: Whether it be the will of God that the 
Infants of Visible Believers should be baptized ; Whether sprinkling be 
lawful and sufficient; and whether the present way of maintaining 
ministers, by a public rate or tax, be lawful.'''' 

Dr. Chauncey thus writes concerning him: " Mr. John Bulkeley 
I have seen and conversed with, though so long ago that I formed 
no judgement of him from my own knowledge. Mr. Whittlesey, 
of Wallingford, Mr. Chauncey, of Durham, and others I could men- 
tion, ever spoke of him as a first rate genius; and I have often 
heard that Dummer and he, who were classmates in college, were 
accounted the greatest geniuses of that day. The preference was 
given to Dummer in regard of quickness, brilliancy, and wit; to 
Bulkeley, in regard of solidity of judgement and strength of argu- 
ment. Mr. Gershom Bulkeley, father of John, I have heard men- 
tioned as a truly great man and eminent for his skill in chemistry; 
and the father of Gershom, and grandfather of John, Mr. Peter 
Bulkeley, of Concord, was esteemed in his day as one of the great- 
est men in this part of the world. But by all that I have been 
able to collect, the Colchester Bulkeley surpassed his predecessors 
in the strength of his intellectual powers. Mr. Bulkeley was 
classed by the Rev. Dr. Chauncey, in 1768, among the three most 
eminent for strength of genius and powers of mind, which New 



92 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

England had produced. The other two were Mr. Jeremiah 
Dummer and Mr. Thomas "Walter." He was regarded, by the 
men of his time, as a famous casuist and a sage counsellor. The 
following anecdote in regard to him is well authenticated: 

"A church in the neighborhood had fallen into unhappy divis- 
ion and contentions which they were unable to adjust among 
themselves. They deputed one of their number to the venerable 
Bulkeley, for his advice, with the request that he would send it to 
them in writing. It so happened that Mr. Bulkeley had a farm in 
the extreme part of the town, upon which he had located a tenant. 
In superscribing the two letters, the one for the church was, by 
mistake, directed to the tenant, and the one for the tenant, to the 
church. The church was convened in order to hear the advice 
which was to settle all their disputes. The moderator read as 
follows: ' You will see to the repair of the fences that they he built 
high and strong, and you will take special care of the old black bidV 
This mystical advice 'puzzled the church very much at first, but an 
interpreter among the more discerning ones, was soon found who 
said, ' Brethren, this is the very advice we most need; the direc- 
tion to repair the fences is to admonish us to take good heed in the 
admission and government of our members; we must guard the 
church by our Master's laws, and keep out strange cattle from the 
fold. And we must in a particular manner set a watchful guard 
over the devil, the old black bull, who has done so much harm of 
late.' All perceived the wisdom and fitness of Mr. Bulkeley 's 
advice, and resolved to be governed by it. The conseqnence was 
that all the animosities subsided, and harmony was restored to the 
afflicted church. What the subject of the letter received by the 
tenant was, we are not informed, and what good effect it had upon 
him the story does not tell." 

Among the land deeds of the town of Colchester, are several to 
Mr. Bulkeley, which show him to be one of the largest owners of 
that kind of real estate in town. 

He died without having made a will, and the following joint 
agreement was entered into by his children, as appears on the 
Probate Records: 

"Articles of agreement made this 17th day of July, Anno 
Domini 1733, by and between John Bulkeley, Gershom Bulkeley, 
Charles Bulkeley, and Peter Bulkeley, on ye one part, and Sarah 
Trumble, Dorothy Bulkeley, and Patience Bulkeley, on the other 
part, witness that all the above named persons, being children and 
co-heirs of the late Rev'd Mr. John Bulkeley, of Colchester, de- 



I! I LKELEY FAMILY. !).'{ 

ceased, taking into our consideration the necessity of a speedy 
distribution of our Honored Father's estate, who died Intestate, 
we, under the present situation of affairs, according to the late law 
of this government enacted for the settlement of such estates, 
cannot be claimed, do covenant and agree among ourselves that 
the said estate shall be distributed in manner and form following: 

1st. Imprimis that our honored mother shall have the one-half 
of our father's personal estate, as all ye Negro Man Caesar. 

2d. That John Bulkeley shall have our father's Library, as also 
one tract of land lying between land of Peletiah Bliss and John 
Dolbear, being about 30 acres, together with such lands as he the 
said John Bulkeley hath lately laid out, or in time to come may 
lay out, on the common right that did belong to our father. 

3d. That Gershom Bulkeley shall have all the land in ye lane 
on which he has erected his house, with the mill and the appurte- 
tenances whatsoever. 

4th. That Charles shall have the land lying on the road to Glas- 
tenbury and adjoining to land of Mrs. Woodbridge, being about 
150 acres, together with twenty acres in addition to such tract, to 
be set off to it by ye said John Bulkeley, on the northerly side of 
said Charles' land, in good form. 

5th. That Peter shall have all the land that lyes between land of 
William Douglass and Col. Brown's heirs, and adjoining east on 
land of Mr. Thatcher. 

6th. That the several sums of £36 s3 rf8, now delivered to us the 
said Sarah Trumbull, Dorothy Bulkeley, and Patience Bulkeley, 
respectively, in personal estate, together with what we have 
received in good bonds well executed of our bretheren John 
Bulkeley, Gershom Bulkeley, Charles Bulkeley, Peter and Oliver 
(Bulkeley), shall be in full of our respective portions; that we said 
Sarah, Dorothy, and Patience shall have no further claim on our 
father's estate, either real or personal. In witness and confirma- 
tion whereof we have hereunto set our hand and seal, this 17th 
day of July, 1733. 

John Bulkeley, (0 & Seal.) 
Gershom Bulkeley, (0 & Seal.) 

In presence of Charles Bulkeley, (0 & Seal.) 

Nathanael Foot, Peter Bulkeley, (0 & Seal.) 

Sarah May hill, alias Prentice, Oliver Bulkeley, (0 & Seal.) 
Daniel Gillett, Sarah Trumble, (0 & Seal.) 

Sam'l Tilclen, Dorothy Bulkeley, (0 & Seal.) 

Silas Phelps. Patience Bulkeley, (0 & Seal.) 



94 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

N. B. It is to be understood that Charles is to have such phys- 
ical Books as are in the English tongue, as witness my hand ye 
day within mentioned. 

John Bulkeley. 

At a Court of Probate held in Colchester, for the District of East 
Haddam, present John Bulkeley, Judge of said Court, and Na- 
thanael Foot, Esq., was desired to assist, before which court Sarah 
"Wells called in this agreement, Sarah Trumble, Dorothy Bulkeley, 
and Patience Bulkeley, and also Peter Bulkeley, and acknowledged 
the within agreement to have been signed by them, and it was and 
is their free act and deed. ye Court of Probate and me, 

Nathanael Foote, Justice of Peace. 

Court of Probate, Aug. 5, 1753. Personally appeared Oliver 
Bulkeley, and acknowledged ye within written instrument to be 
his free act and deed. 

Attest, Alex. Phelps, Clerk. 

At a Court of Probate held at Colchester, July 25, 1754, pres- 
ent Joseph Spencer, Esq., Judge, personally appeared Major 
Charles Bulkeley and resigned his guardianship of Eliphalet and 
Mary Bulkeley, minors and children of John Bulkely, Esq., late 
of Colchester, and at the same court Mr. William Adams, of New 
London, was appointed guardian of the said Eliphalet and Mary 
Bulkeley, and Lucy Bulkeley, a minor, and gave bond according 
to law, and on file. 

At said court Epaphras Lord, Esq., administered on ye estate 
of John Bulkeley, Esq., deceased, and exhibited an addition to ye 
Inventory of said deceased's estate. 

Attest, Alex. Phelps, Clerk. 

CHILDREN OF REV. JOHN AND PATIENCE PRENTICE BULKELEY. 

322. Sarah, born April 8, 1702; m. \, Jonathan Trumbull; 2, John 

Wells. 

323. Another daughter, " May 6, 1704, and died about three hours after. 

324. John, " April 19, 1705; m. 1, Mary Gardiner, Oct. 29, 

1738; 2, Abigail Hastings, April 16, 1751. 

325. Dorothy, " Feb. 28, 1706. 

326. Gershom, " Feb. 14, 1709. 

327. Charles, " Dec. 26, 1710. 

328. Peter, " Nov. 21, 1712. 

329. Patience, " May 21, 1715. 

330. Oliver, " July 29, 1717; died Jan. 1, 1779. 

331. Lucy, " June 29, 1720. 

332. Irene, 1 T • „ ph i ,-„„. died Feb. 20, 1722. 

333. Joseph, \ lwirte ' * e ' - 1722 ' died Feb. 25, 1722. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 95 



FIFTH GENERATION. 

300. 

Catharine Treat, only child of Richard and Catharine Bulkeley 
Treat, born Aug. 20, 1706, was married to Samuel Deming, Jr., 
son of Samuel and Sarah Deming, June 16, 1726. 

CHILDREN. 

334. Treat Deming, born Sept. 28, 1727. 



335. 


Sarah 


c t 


Mar. 10, 1730. 


336. 


Katharine ' ' 


tt 


Jan. 18, 1733. 


337. 


Samuel " 


t( 


Dec. 10, 1735. 


338. 


Rebecca ' ' 


tt 


Oct. 10, 1738; died July 6, 1758. 


339. 


Mabel 


a 


Aug. 24, 1743. 


340. 


Deliverance " 


tt 


Dec. 3, 1746. 


341. 


Richard " 


tt 


April 11, 1755. 



310. 

Hannah Bulkeley, daughter and only child of Dr. Charles 
Bulkeley, of New London, married Richard Goodrich of Wethers- 
field, May 18, 1709. They settled in Glastonbury, Conn., but, by 
a deed from him to Thomas Wells, dated in 1725, it appears that 
they were then residing in Middletown, Conn. Probably in Upper 
Houses, so called. 

Mrs. Hannah Goodrich died Sept. 23, 1720. 

CHILDREN. 

342. Ann Goodrich, born March 6, 1710. 

343. Richard " " July 13, 1712 ; died Sept. 1, 1714. 

344. Sarah " " July 6, 1715. 

345. Gershom " " May 5, 1717. 

346. Richard " " July 23, 1719. 

31 1. 

Charles Bulkeley, son of Edward and Dorothy Prescott Bulke- 
ley, born March 25, 1703. Married Mary Sage, of Middletown. 

CHILDREN. 

347. John, born 1725; m. Honor Francis, July 15, 1750. 

348. Giles, " m. 

349. Benjamin, " m. 1, Susannah Kirby, Nov. 3, 1757 ; 2, Elisabeth 

Brownwell, of Compton, R. I., Feb. 6, 1776. 

350. Charles, " m. Mary Griswold. 



96 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

351. Edward, born ; m. 1, Rachel Pomeroy ; 2, Prudence Wells. 

352. Prescott, " 1744; m. 

353. Mary, " in. David Webb. 

354. Catharine, " m. Cadivell. 

355. Sarah, " m. Cephas Smith, Aug. 5, 1756. 

356. Olive, " m. James Deming. 

3 IS. 

Elizabeth Bulkeley, daughter of Edward and Dorothy Prescott 
Bulkeley, born Jan. 24, 1705. Married Ensign Joseph Smith, Dec. 
20, 1726. They resided at Middletown, where he died Jan. 17, 
1769, and she died Oct. 20, 1761. 

CHILDREN. 

357. Martha Smith, born April 15, 1728. 

358. James " " Jan. 2, 1730. 

359. Elisabeth " " Dec. 31, 1733. 

360. Joseph " " Mar. 16, 1736 ; died Oct. 6, 1741. 

361. John " " Mar. 26, 1738. 

362. Nathaniel " " June 25, 1741. 

363. Joseph " " 

364. Edward 

313. 

Sarah Bulkeley, daughter of Edward and Dorothy Prescott 
Bulkeley, born Feb. 8, 1707, married Joseph Stowe. 

She died at Upper Middletown, now Cromwell, April 3, 1783. 

314. 

Rebecca Bulkeley, daughter of Edward and Dorothy Prescott 
Bulkeley, born Feb. 22, 1709, married her first cousin, Isaac Treat, 
in 1730. 

316. 

Peter Bulkeley, son of Edward and Dorothy Prescott Bulkeley, 
born March 11, 1712, married (1.) Abigail Curtis, April 2, 1741. 
She died Nov. 27, 1762. (2.) Christian Smith, Jan. 26, 1769. He 
was appointed Justice of the Peace for Hartford County, May, 1775. 
Mr. Bulkeley died April 4, 1776. 

CHILDREN. 

365. Joseph, born Jan. 28, 1742 ; m. Mary Williams, May 3, 1776. 
April 13, 1743 ; m. Nathanael Miller of Rocky Hill. 
Dec. 5, 1744 ; m. and died at sea in 1776. 
March 21, 1747 ; m. Martha Williams, June 6, 1776. 
July 17, 1749 ; died in infancy, July 28, 1749. 
Dec. 24, 1752; m. 1, Mabel Boardman, March 22, 1781 ; 

2, Lucretia Churchill ; 3, Mehetable Culver. 



366. 


Abigail, 


367. 


Oliver, 


368. 


Solomon, 


369. 


Dorothy, 


370. 


Justus, 



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97 



317. 



Gershom Bulkeley, son of Edward and Dorothy Prescott Bulke- 
ley, born July 29, 1714, married Thankful Belding, Feb. 17, 1743. 



CHILDREN. 

371. Thankful, born May 20, 1744. 

' Oct. 23, 1745 ; m. Mary Robbins, March 2, 1775. 
' Dec. 3, 1746. 
' May 2, 1750. 
' May 17, 1752. 
' Sept. 2, 1754. 



372. Jehiel, 

373. Gershom, 

374. Mabel, 

375. Ruth, 

376. William, 

377. Hosea. 

378. Chloe, 



" Sept. 24, 1765. 



318. 

Dorothy Bulkeley, daughter of Edward and Dorothy Prescott 
Bulkeley, born Sept. 11, 1716, married Thomas Curtis, Jan. 8, 1741. 











CHILDREN 


379. 


Dorothy 


Curtis, 


born Dec. 


5, 1741. 


380. 


Josiah 




" May 


11, 1744. 


381. 


Charles 




" Mar. 


7, 1746. 


382. 


Rachel 




" April 


9, 1748. 


383. 


Wait 




" Jan. 


1, 1751. 


384. 


Eleazer 




" Mar. 


4, 1753. 


385. 


Mary 




" Oct. 


6, 1755. 



319. 

Jonathan Bulkeley, son of Edward and Dorothy Prescott 
Bulkeley, born Sept. 11, 1716, married Abigail Williams, Nov. 13, 
1746. He died. 

CHILDREN. 

born Nov. 11, 1747. 

Dec. 19, 1749; m. 1, Susan Riley; 2, Prudence Wil- 
liams; 3, Marsh. 

Dec. 7, 1751. 

Nov. 3, 1753 ; died July 11, 1770. 

Aug. 27, 1755 ; died Jan. 20, 1777. 

June 25, 1758. 

May 10, 1759 ; m. Mary Edwards, June 16, 1787. 

May 9, 1761. 

May 4, 1762. Stillborn. 

Feb. 7, 1764. 

April 8, 1766 ; died Aug. 18, 1766. 

Aug. 9, 1767. 

June 17, 1770. 



386. 


Eleanor, 


387. 


Stephen, 


388. 


Edmund, 


389. 


Jonathan, 


390. 


Frederick, 


391. 


A son, 


392. 


Jonathan 2d, 


393. 


Lydia, 


394. 


A daughter, 


395. 


Moses, 


396. 


Dorothy, 


397. 


Burrage, 


398. 


Dorothy, 




13 



98 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

3SO. 

Abigail Bulkeley, daughter of Edward arid Dorothy Prescott 
Bulkeley, born 1720, married John Marsh, Jan. 17, 1749. 

CHILDREN. 

399. Mary Marsh, born Sept. 22, 1749. 

400. Martha " " Nov. 10, 1751. 

401. John " " Sept. 25, 1753 ; m. Ann Grant, Dec. 6, 1775. 

402. Rebecca " " Nov. 2, 1755. 

331. 

Lucy Bulkeley, daughter of Edward and Dorothy Prescott 
Bulkeley, born in 1723; married Charles Butler. 

CHILDREN. 

403. Stephen Butler, baptized October 21, 1764. 

404. John " " March 30, 1766. 

405. Dorothy " " October 2, 1768. 

406. Sarah " " June 16, 1771. 

332. 

Sarah Bulkeley, eldest child of Rev. John and Patience Pren- 
tice Bulkeley, born April 8, 1702. She was twice married — 1, to 
Jonathan Trumbull; 2, John Wells, January 29, 1738. 

334. 

Hon. John Bulkeley, son of Rev. John and Patience Prentice 
Bulkeley, born April 19, 1705; graduated at Yale College in 1725; 
studied law and became eminent in his profession. In 1753 was 
elected an assistant, and onward for a period of ten years. He 
was judge of probate, and held many important offices of trust. 
He was twice married — 1, to Mary Gardiner, October 29, 1738. 
She died December 4, 1750. 2, to Abigail Hastings, April 16, 
1751. He was, in addition to his many civil offices, also colonel of 
militia. He died very suddenly, July 21, 1753, being found dead 
in his bed. The following inscription is copied from Judge Bulke- 
ley's monument: 

"The Hon. Judge Bulkeley, Esq., of Colchester, who for a num- 
ber of years was a great honor to an uncommon variety of exalted 
stations in life. Morte subitance corripuit Julii 21, A. D. 1753, Anno 
yEtates sua lf.9. 

Beloved and 'fear'd for vertues Sake, 

Such vertue as the great doth make. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 99 

CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

407. Lydia, born October 21, 1739; married Captain Eobert Latimer. 

408. Mary, " May 27, 1741 ; died June 1st, 1741. 

409. John, " May 20, 1742; died November 13, 1742. 

410. Mary 2d, born November 15, 1743; married George B. Hurlburt, and died 

childless. 

411. Eliphalet, born August 8, 1746; married Anna Bidkeley, of New London. 

412. Lucy, " August 2, 1749; married Captain John Lamb, of Groton. 

413. Charles, " May 22, 1752. 

3S6. 

Gershom Bulkeley, son of Rev. John and Patience Prentice 
Bulkeley, born February 4, 1709; married Abigail Rollins, No- 
vember 28, 1733. He was a prominent citizen of Colchester, and 
held many important offices of trust. 

CHILDREN. 

414. Sarah, born January 10, 1735; married Joseph Isham, January 17, 1765. 

415. John, " August 23, 1738; married Judith Worthington, January 11, 

1757. 

416. Joshua, born February 24, 1741 ; married Lois Day, November 9, 1761. 

417. Daniel, " May 13, 1744; married Dorothy Olmsted, August 16, 1764. 

418. Eunice, " May 14, 1747; married Elisha Lord, May 25, 1767. 

419. David, " July 18, 1749; married Hannah Beckwith. 

420. Roger, " September 14, 1751 ; married Jerusha Root. 

421. Ann, " May 11, 1758. 

397. 

Charles Bulkeley, son of Rev. John and Patience Prentice 
Bulkeley, born December 26, 1710; married Ann Latimer, October 
8, 1741. They removed to New London, and lived and died there. 
He died November 22, 1762. 

CHILDREN. 

422. John, born October 7, 1744. 

423. Anna, " April 14, 1747. 

424. Patience, born April 23, 1749. 

425. Charles, " December 19, 1753. 

3S8. 

Peter Bulkeley, son of Rev. John and Patience Prentice Bulke- 
ley, born November 21st, 1712; married twice — 1, Lucy Avery, 
January 13, 1742. She died August 21st, 1752. 2, Susannah 
Newton, December 16, 1756. 

CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

426. Peter, born February 3, 1744; married Hannah Breed, of Stonington. 

427. William, married Polly Champion. 

428. Lucy, married John Breed. 



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BULKELEY FAMILY. 



CHILDREN BY THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

429. James, born September 7, 1757. 

430. Susannah, born November 23, 1759. 

431. Israel, " January 22, 1762. 

432. Charles, " December 17, 1763. 

3S9. 

Patience Bulkeley. daughter of Kev. John and Patience Prentice 
Bulkeley, horn March 21, 1715; married Ichabod Lord, December 
14, 1743. He died December 18, 1761. 

CHILDREN. 



433. 


Abigail Lord 


bon 


i November 22, 1744. 


434. 


Patience " 


tt 


February 2, 1746. 


434+. 


Mary " 


t( 


May 12, 1748. 


435. 


Sarah " 


a 


November 28, 1749. 


436. 


Elisabeth" 


a 


October 7, 1751. 


437. 


Anna " 


a 


September 19, 1753. 


438. 


Jerusha " 


it 


February 5, 1755. 


439. 


Lydia " 


a 


July 4, 1756; died January 18, 1759. 



330. 

Oliver Bulkeley, son of Rev. John and Patience Prentice Bulke- 
ley, horn July 29, 1717; married Sarah Wells. 

CHILDREN. 

440. Joseph, born January 9, 1740. 

441. Chauncey, born October 22, 1741. 

442. Noah, " June 20, 1744. 

443. Sarah, " December 4, 1745. 

331. 

Lucy Bulkeley, daughter of Rev. John and Patience Prentice 
Bulkeley, horn January 29, 1720; married Epaphras Lord. They 
had a family of fourteen children. Mr. Lord died November 25, 
1742. 

CHILDREN. 



444. 


Epaphras Lord, 


bon 


i December 22, 1743. 


445. 


Elisha 


tt 


March 18, 1745. 


446. 


Dorothy " 


it 


April 27, 1746; died May 26, 1752 


447. 


Theodoret " 


it 


May 18, 1747. 


448. 


Luce " 


it 


August 26, 1748. 


449. 


Jerusha " 


It 


November 7, 1749. 


450. 


Bulkeley " 


tt 


June 15, 1751 ; died June 25, 1751. 


451. 


Dorothy 2d " 


It 


June 16, 1752; " April 16, 1753 


452. 


John 


it 


November 5, 1754. 


453. 


Eunice 


tt 


July 26, 1 756. 


454. 


Caroline " 


it 


March 2, 1758. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 101 



455. Lydia Lord, born November 14, 1759. 

456. Abigail " " January 3, 1761. 

457. Ichabod " " June 12, 1762. 



SIXTH GENERATION, 



34^. 

John Bulkeley, son of Charles and Mary Sage Bulkeley, born 
in 1725; married Honor Francis, July 17, 1750. 

CHILDREN. 

458. John, born November 10, 1750; married Sarah Wright. 

459. Honor, " March 14, 1753; married Sylvanus Brown. 

460. William, born 1754. Lost at sea. 

461. Elisabeth," 1755; married John Mygatt. 

462. Francis, " 1757; m., 1, Rhoda Gfriswold; 2, Elisabeth Fosdich 

463. Benjamin," 1761; died young. 

464. Sarah, " 1765; died young. 

465. Edward, " 1767; married Dina Bunce. 

466. Sarah 2d, " 1770; married Bostwick. 

348. 

Giles Bulkeley, son of Charles and Mary Sage Bulkeley, born 
; married 

CHILDREN. 

467. Levi, baptized September 30, 1764. 

468. David, " August 30, 1766. 

469. Abigail, " October 22, 1769. 

470. Daniel, " June 28, 1772. 

471. Hetty, " April 15, 1781. 

349. 

Benjamin Bulkeley, son of Charles and Mary Sage Bulkeley, 
born ; married twice — 1, Susannah Kirby, daughter 

of John Kirby, of Middletown, November 3, 1757. She died May 
27, 1776. 2, Elisabeth Brownwell, February 6, 1777, 

CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

472. Thomas, born October 2, 1758; married Bathsheba Sage. 

473. Lucy, " September 18, 1760; married Joseph White. 

474. George, " November 28, 1762; married 

475. Huldah, " October 1, 1764; married John Francis, November 7, 1792. 



102 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



476. James, born September 11, 1766; married Caroline Hallam. 

477. Stephen, " November 8, 1768; married Margaret Fanning. 

478. Abigail, " December 30, 1770; married Jasper Lacy. 

479. Martha, " April 26, 1773; married George Webster. 

480. Hannah, " June 25, 1775; married A mos Woodruff". 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND MAKKIAGE. 

481. Benjamin, baptized May 13, 1784. 

482. Samuel, 

483. Brownell, born February 16, 1782; baptized September 24, 1786. 

484. Betsey, " " " 

350. 

Charles Bulkeley, son of Charles and Mary Sage Bulkeley, 
born ; was married to Mary Griswold. 






CHILDREN. 

485. Charles, born March 9, 1760; married Eunice Robbins, October 15, 1782. 

486. Mary, baptized June 15, 1764; married Elisha Wetherell. 

487. Elisabeth, " January 25, 1766. 

488. Daniel, " August 14, 1769. 

489. Eunice, " December 11, 1774. 

490. Nancy, " April 27, 1777 ; married Joshua Goodrich. 

491. Chester, " February 25, 1781 ; married Hannah Buckerts, October 5, 

1806. 

492. Polly, " October 30, 1783. 

331. 

Edward Bulkeley, son of Charles and Mary Sage Bulkeley, 

born ; was twice married; 1. To Rachel Pomeroy, Oct. 27, 

1771; she died Aug. 14, 1774. 2. Prudence Williams, Nov. 2, 
1775. Mr. Bulkeley died June 30, 1787. 



493. Roxa, 

494. William, 



496. 


Rhoda, 


497. 


Fanny, 


498. 


Rachel, 


499. 


Pamela, 


500. 


Rodney, 


501. 


Prudence, 


502. 


Oliver Pomeroy, 


503. 


Edward Rodney, 



CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

baptized Oct. 25, 1772; m. Selah Francis. 

" Nov. 2, 1773 ; washed overboard and drowned, 
July 23, 1788. 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

baptized Aug. 11, 1776. 

" April 29, 1781 , m. Elihu Frisbie, of Albany, 
N. Y., Oct. 29, 1813. 
Feb. 16, 1783. 



June 6, 1784. 
June 13, 1784 ; 
April 1, 1787. 
April 8, 1787. 
July 5, 1789. 



died Sept. 22, 1786. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 103 

35S. 

Prescott Bulkeley, son of Charles and Mary Sage Bnlkeley, 
"bom ; married Lois Williams in 1774, and had children bap- 
tized at Rocky Hill. Mr. Bulkeley died Sept. 10, 1791, aged 47. 

CHILDREN. 

504. Simeon, baptized Aug. 21, 1774; died in West Indies, unmarried, 

aged 18. 

505. Horace, " Oct. 10, 1779 ; died in Leyden, N. York, in 1813. 

506. Nancy, born Oct. 1, 1781; m. Nathan North, of Exeter, N. H., 

Aug. 4, 1805. 

507. Laura, baptized, March 21, 1784; died, unmarried, March 23, 1841, 

at Leyden, N. Y. 

508. Louisa, born Jan. 31, 1786; m. John G. Post. 

509. Lydia, " Feb. 24, 1788; m. P. Irwin. 

510. Belinda, " June 5, 1790; m. Dr. Samuel Bass? 

353. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Mary Sage Bulkeley, 
born about 1744; married David Webb. 

CHILDREN. 

511. William Webb, baptized Feb. 17, 1765. 

512. Abigail, " " Dec. 21, 1766. 

513. Martha, " " March 5, 1769. 

354. 

Catharine Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Mary Sage 

Bulkeley, born ; married Mr Caldwell. No record of children 

has been found. 

355. 

Sarah Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Mary Sage Bulkeley, 

born ; married Cephas Smith, Aug. 5, 1756. Nothing further 

has been ascertained. 

356. 

Olive Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Mary Sage Bulkeley, 
born ; married James Deming. 

365. 

Joseph Bulkeley, son of Peter and Abigail Curtis Bulkeley, 
born Jan. 28, 1742; married Mary Williams, daughter of Moses 
"Williams, May 3, 1776. She was born Jan. 3, 1756, and died 



104 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



Dec. 23, 1848, aged 92. Mr. Bulkeley was an extensive mer- 
chant in Rocky Hill; for many years Justice of the Peace, and 
represented his town in the State Legislature. 



514. Mary, 

515. Rhoda, 

516. Ralph, 

517. John, 

518. Edmund, 

519. Joseph, 



520. Henry, 

521. Walter Williams, 



CHILDREN. 

born Dec. 18, 1778; m. Joseph Butler. 

" Jan. 21, 1781 ; m. WyUis Williams. 

" Sept. 14, 1783; m. Elizabeth Bradford. 

" Oct. 28, 1785; died June 5, 1806. 

" Dec. 6, 1787; m. Nancy Robbins. 

" Oct. 28, 1789 ; graduated at Yale College in 1810; 
studied law, and practised in New York City 
from 1815 until his death, which transpired at 
Rocky Hill, March 21, 1851. He was never 
married. 

" June 11, 1793; m. Martha Tucker. 

" Sept. 15, 1797; m. Lucy Robbins. 



366. 

Abigail Bulkeley, daughter of Peter and Abigail Curtis Bulke- 
ley, horn April 13, 1743; married Nathanael Miller, of Rocky Hill, 
in the year 1762; he was born April 9, 1737, and removed to Brook- 
field, New York, where he died, July 20, 1808. She died April 



14, 1834. 



522. 


Mercy Miller, 


523. 


Abigail Miller, 


524. 


Caleb Miller, 


525. 


Amos Miller, 


526. 


Nathanael Miller, 


527. 


Rebeccah Merrill, 


528. 


Elijah Bulkeley Miller, 



CHILDREN. 

died young, at Wethersfield, Conn. 

m. Lamb. 

born Feb. 6, 1767; m. Dorothy Butler; died in 
Lodi, New York, Sept. 26, 1850. 
" Feb. 3, 1769; died at sea; left two sons. 
" April 26, 1773; died Nov. 4, 184Q. 
" Jan. 7, 1776 ; m. George Button. 
" July 22, 1783; m. Ruth Hall. 



368. 

Solomon Bulkeley, son of Peter and Abigail Curtis Bulkeley, 
born March 21, 1747; married Martha Williams, daughter of 
Moses Williams. Mr. Bulkeley died suddenly, March 4, 1790, 

CHILDREN. 

born 



agec 


143. 


529. 


Sally, 


530. 


James, 


531. 


Oliver, 


532. 


George, 


533. 


Martha, 


534. 


Nancy, 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 105 

370. 

Justus Bulkeley, son of Peter and Abigail Curtis Bulkeley, 
born Dec. 24, 1752; was three times married; 1. To Mabel Board- 
man, March 22, 1781; she died Sept. 11, 1804. 2. To widow 
Ackley Riley, June 19, 1805; she died Sept.' 12, 1826, aged 75. 
3. To widow Mehitable Culver, Nov. 12, 1826. Mr. Bulkeley died 
March" 22, 1829, aged 77. 

CHILDREN. 



5.35. 


Sophia, 


baptized 


Oct. 16, 1782. 


536. 


Chesterfield, 


* < 


Nov. 7, 1784. 


537. 


An infant — without name, 




died Oct. 19, 1786 


538. 


Lora, 


ti 


Nov. 4, 1790. 


539. 


Clarissa, 


t< 


May 1, 1791. 


540. 


Betsey, 


n 


Aug. 1,1793. 


541. 


Justus, 


it 


Sept. 23, 1795; died young. 


542. 


William, 


CI 


April 4, 1799. 


543. 


Harriet, 


t ( 


Oct. 11, 1801. 


544. 


Justus, 


it 


Nov. 13, 1803. 



372. 

Jehiel Bulkley, son of Gershom and Thankful Belding Bulke- 
ley, born October 23, 1745; married Mary Rabbins, March 2, 1775. 

CHILDREN. 

545. An infant, died without name, April 29, 1781. 

546. Chauncey, baptized September 8, 1782; married Nancy Hart, August 27, 

1805. 

373. 

Bev. Gershom Bulkley, son of Gershom and Thankful Belding 
Bulkeley, born December 3d, 1746. Graduated at Yale College in 
the class of 1770. Studied theology, and settled at Cromwell in 
June, 1778, and was dismissed in 1808, after having served the 
church thirty years, and died at Cromwell, April 7, 1832, aged 86. 
He married Hope Huntington. 

CHILDREN. 

547. Betsey, born in 1781 ; died August 21, 1863, aged 82. Never married. 

548. Sally, " 1783; died December 10, 1831, aged 48. Never married. 

549. Leonard, married Polly Warner. 

William Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Thankful Belding 
Bulkeley, born September 2, 1754; married Olive Williams, Janu- 
ary 31. 1776. He was washed overboard from a vessel and 
drowned, July 23, 1788. 
14 



106 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILD. 

550. "William, baptized March 25, 1781 ; died February 14, 1790, aged 10. 

3^7". 

Hosea Bulkeley," son of Gershom Bulkeley, born ; 

married Abigail Griswold, May 1, 1781. She died August 2Sth, 
1823, aged 63. 

CHILDREN. 

551. Amelia, born April 24, 1782. 

552. Ursula, " June 8, 1783; died March 27, 1863. 

553. John G., " January 3, 1785. 

554. Sylvester," June 1, 1787. 

555. Gershom, " February 11, 1789. 

556. Mabel, " November 13, 1792. 

557. Olive, " September 1, 1794. 

558. Abigail, " September 17, 1795; died June 8, 1798. 

559. Abigail S., born January 20th, 1799. 

3^S. 

Chloe Bulkeley, daughter of Gershom and Thankful Belding 
Bulkeley, born September 24, 1765; married Frederick Boardman, 
July 28, 1790. 

CHILDREN. 

560. William Bulkeley Bcardman, baptized June 5, 1791; died July, 1793 

aged 3. 

561. "William Bulkley, " June 29, 1794. 

3«T". 

Stephen Bulkeley, son of Jonathan and Abigail Williams 
Bulkeley, born December 19, 1749. He was twice married — 1, to 
Martha Marsh. She died April 26, 1804. 2, to Susan Riley, Sep- 
tember 16, 1805. Mr. Stephen Bulkeley died May 1813, aged 69. 

CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

562. Honor, born May 5, 1774; married Daniel Edwards, Jr., of Middletown, 

November 16, 1795. 

563. Stephen, born April 18, 1776; died young, September 29, 1779. 

564. Catherine, born October 15, 1778; died October 11, 1799. 

565. Cate, " September 2, 1780; married Zenas Edwards, December 7, 

1800. 

566. Stephen 2d, born March 30, 1783. 

567. Allen, " July 19, 1786. 

568. Frederick, " June 1, 1792. 

569. A daughter, " December 18, 1796. 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

570. Burrage, born December 22, 1805. 

571. Wait, " March 4, 1807; married, 1, ; 2, Charlotte Whitmore. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 107 

388. 
Edmund Bulkeley, son of Jonathan and Abigail Williams Bulke- 
ley, born December 7, 1751; married Prudence Williams, Novem- 
ber 2, 1773. 

CHILDREN. 

572. Rhoda, baptized August 11, 1778. 

573. Fanny, " August 29, 1781. 

574. Rachel, " February 16, 1783. 

575. Pamela, " June 6, 1784. 

576. Rodney, " 

392. 

Jonathan Bulkeley, Jr., son of Jonathan and Abigail Williams 
Bulkeley, born November 3, 1753; married Mary Edwards, Janu- 
ary 16, 1787. 

CHILDREN. 

577. Sally, baptized December 2, 1787; m. Elisha Goodrich, July 30, 1821. 

578. Nabby, born 1792; married Isaac Stevens, of Portland, 

April 20, 1819. 

579. Prescott, born February 8, 1797. 

401. 

Rev. John Marsh, son of John and Abigail Bulkeley Marsh, born 
September 25, 1753. He graduated at Yale College in the class of 
1774, studied divinity, settled as pastor of the church in Wethers- 
field soon after graduation, and received subsequently the title of 
D. D. He was dismissed from his charge about 1816, and died 
September 13, 1821. He married Anna Grant, December 6, 1775. 
Widow Marsh died November 13, 1838, aged 90. 

CHILDREN. 

580. Ebenezer Grant Marsh, born February 2d, 1777; died November 16, 1803. 

581. Ann " " November 17, 1778. 

582. Mary " " May 29, 1782. 

583. Abigail " " May 24, 1784. 

584. Lydia " " February 28, 1786. 

585. John " " April 2, 1788. He was pastor of the Congre- 

gational Church, of Haddam, for many years, and afterward secretary 
of the American Temperance Union until his death, about 1872. 

407. 

Lydia Bulkeley, daughter of Hon. John and Mary Gardner 
Bulkley, born October 21, 1739; married Captain Robert Latimer. 
No record of children has been found. 



108 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



408. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of Hon. John and Mary Gardiner 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 15, 1743; married George B. Hurllurt, and 
died without issue. 



41 1. 

Eliphalet Bulkeley, son of Hon. John and Mary Gardiner 
Bulkeley, born Aug. 8, 1746; married Anna Bulkeley, of New- 
London, Sept. 16, 1767. 

CHILDREN. 

May 18, 1768; m. Col. Daniel Watrous. 

June 25, 1770; m. James Worthington. 

Aug. 8, 1772; m. Sally Taintor. 

Dec. 1774; m. Charles Chapman. 

July 8, 1777 ; m. E. Simons. 

April 30, 1780. 

April 22, 1782; not manied ; died some years 

since, near Austin, Texas. 
July 24, 1784; m. James Bolton. 
April 6, 1787 ; m. Henri/ Lamb. 
Jan. 19, 1793. 

m. Steuben Butler. 



586. 


Lydia Ann, bon 


587. 


Mary Adams, 


588. 


John Charles, " 


589. 


Patience, 


590. 


Jonathan, 


591. 


Pettis, " 


592. 


Eliphalet, 


593. 


Sarah Chauncey, " 


594. 


Fanny, " 


595. 


Orlando, 


596. 


Julia, 



4 IS. 

Lucy Bulkeley, daughter of Hon. John and Mary Gardiner 
Bulkeley, born August 2, 1749; married ("apt. John Lamb, of 
Groton. 



414. 

Sarah Bulkeley, daughter of G-ershom and Abigail Rollins 
Bulkeley, born January 10, 1735; married Joseph Jsham, Jan. 17, 
1765, by whom she had four children, and died January 9, 1773. 
After her decease, Mr. Isham married Esther Taintor, August 
18, 1774. 



597. Alfred, 

598. David, 

599. Alfred, 2d, 

600. Sarah, 



CHILDREN. 

born Feb. 20, 1766; died Oct. 12, 1768. 
" Aug. 18, 1767; died Aug. 31, 1767. 
" Aug. 30, 1769. 
" Nov. 23, 1771. 



415. 

John Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Abigail Rollins Bulkeley, 
born Aug. 23, 1738; married Judith Worthington, Jan. 11, 1759. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



109 



601. John, 

602. William, 

603. Gershom, 

604. Elijah, 
6.05. Nabby, 

606. Joshua Robbins, 

607. Mary, 

608. Judith, 

609. Gurdon, 

610. Gad, 

611. Lydia, 

612. Dan, 

613. Harriet, 



CHILDREN. 

born Oct. 7, 1759; m. Theodora Foote. 
" Aug. 30, 1761 ; m. Mary Champion. 
" Oct. 3, 1763. 

" Jan. 29, 1766; m. Pamela Loomis. 
" Dec. 30, 1769; m. Roger Taintor. 
" Nov. 2, 1771 ; m. Sally Taintor. 
" Feb. 2, 1774; m. Aaron Buckland. 
" Jan. 30, 1775; m. Solomon Taintor. 
" March 15, 1777; m. 1. Fanny Wright; 2. Nancy 

Porter. 
" Feb. 20, 1779; m. Orra Barstow. 
" April 25, 1781; m. 1. John W orthington ; 2. Dr. 

William Mason. 
" March 20, 1784 ; m. Phebe Burnet. 
" Jan. 22, 1787 ; m. Samuel Moseley. 



416. 

Joshua Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Abigail Robbins Bulke- 
ley, born Feb. 24, 1741; married Lois Day, Nov. 9, 1761. Said 
Lois was born March 13, 1744. Joshua Bulkeley died Jan. 22, 
1821, aged 80. Mrs. Lois Bulkeley died July 8, 1812. 



614. Gurden, 

615. Anna, 

616. Sarah, 



CHILDREN. 



born July 1, 1764 ; died June 26, 1776. 
" Oct. 18, 1770; died July 5, 1776. 
" Oct. 9, 1779. 



417. 

Daniel Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Abigail Robbins Bulke 
ley, born May 13, 1744; married Dorothy Olmsted, Aug. 16, 1764. 
Capt, Daniel Bulkeley died July 20, 1810. 



617. A son, 

618. Daniel, 

619. Ichabod, 

620. Eunice, 

621. Dorothy, 

622. Oliver, 

623. Joshua, 

624. Dorothy, 2d, 



CHILDREN. 

born and died, Feb. 23, 1765. 

" Aug. 19, 1766. 

" Sept. 23, 1769; died 

" April 14, 1772; m. Roger Foote. 

" Oct. 8, 1774 ; died Nov. 17, 1776. 

" Jan. 24, 1776; m. Sophia Foote. 

" June 5, 1778. 

" July 11, 1780. 



4 IS. 

Eunice Bulkeley, daughter of Gershom and Abigail Robbins 
Bulkeley, born May 14, 1747; married Elisha Lord, May 25, 1769. 



110 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



She died April 2. 1796, and Mr. Lord married Sarah Olmsted, 
Nov. 12, 1797. 



625. Abigail Bobbins Lord, 

626. Elisha, ) 

> twins, " 

627. Eunice, ) 

628. Lucy, 

629. Gershom, 

630. Russell, 

631. Amasa, " 

632. Alfred, " 

633. Ralph, 

634. Oliver, 

635. Jervis, ) 



636. Ogden, 



twins, 



CHILDREN. 

born July 14, 1770. 

" Feb. 12, 1773. 

" Aug. 16, 1775. 

" Oct. 27, 1777. 

" June 3, 1780. 

" Feb. 22, 1783. 

" Sept. 13, 1785. 

" March 6, 1790. 

" May 6, 1792. 

" Dec. 24, 1794. 



died Sept., 1795. 
died Dec. 24, 1795. 



419. 

Daniel Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Abigail Robbins Bulke- 
ley, born July 18, 1749; married Hannah Beckwith, Dec. 18, 1781, 
and had one child, and perhaps others. 



637. David, 



CHILD. 

born about Sept. 24, 1783; m. Sally Chapman. 



420. 

Roger Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Abigail Robbins Bulkeley, 
born September 14, 1751. He was three times married — 1, to 
Jerusha Root. She died July 27, 1788. 2, to Rhoda Loomis, who 
died June 15, 1807. 3, to Polly Bulkeley, widow of William 
Bulkeley, nee Polly Champion, November 15, 1808. Mr. Roger 
Bulkeley died August 1, 1819. 



638. 
639. 
640. 
641. 
642. 
643. 
644. 
645. 



CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

Benjamin Root, born August 25, 1772; died October 25, 1776. 
Asa, " April 24, 1774; married Sophia Loomis. 

Benjamin Root 2d, born September 2, 1776. 



Roger, 
George, 
Gershom, 
Roger 2d, 
Gershom 2d, 



May 4, 1778; died September 22, 1785. 
March 8, 1780; married Sophia Loomis. 
May 19, 1783; died November 1, 1783. 
May 6, 1786. 
May 14, 1788. 



425. 

Charles Bulkeley, son of Charles and Ann Latimer Bulkeley, 






BULKELEY FAMILY. Ill 

born December 19, 1752. The following historical sketch was pub- 
lished in the New London Morning News at the time of his decease, 
February 25, 1S48: 

CAPTAIN BULKLEY. 

"Captain Charles Bulkley, an aged citizen of this place, recently 
deceased, was born in Colchester, 19th of December, 1752, and at 
the time of his death was 95 years and 2 months old. Longevity 
appears sometimes to be an inheritance. His mother died in 1811, 
at the age of 90 years. 

"His father, Major Charles Bulkley, was son of Rev. John Bulk- 
ley, of Colchester, a divine of great eminence in his day, and 
grandson of Rev. Gersham Bulkley, the second minister of New 
London, and afterwards minister of Wethersfield. The mother of 
Major Charles Bulkley was Patience, daughter of Captain John 
Prentis, of New London. Major Bulkley himself married Ann, 
daughter of Jonathan and Borradil Latimer, of New London, and 
removed to this place from Colchester when his son, Charles, was 
about two years of age. Here he purchased of Deacon Thomas 
Fosdick the property on Bank Street, both sides of the way, which, 
with some addition, has ever since continued in the family. He 
went into business in this town, and was honored with several 
offices of public trust, but was suddenly removed by death in the 
year 1762, when he was about 52 years of age. He is interred in 
our old burial ground, where a moss-covered stone shows the place 
of his rest. 

"His son, Charles, went early to sea, and was an expert and thor- 
ough seaman when the war of the revolution broke out. Many 
pages might be written, full of romantic interest, and yet literally 
true, relating to the adventures of our townsmen at that period. 
They were a community of mariners — all the young men went to 
sea — and were early inured to bear and defy every kind of peril 
that could beset them upon the broad ocean. Along this coast and 
in the sound during the eight years of warfare many hard conflicts 
took place, and many brilliant exploits were performed, which, 
though only of local and minor importance in the result, are worthy 
of being rescued from oblivion. They show, at least, the hardihood 
of our people at that time, the fortitude with which they endured 
suffering and exposure, and the patriotic devotion to the cause of 
liberty, which often led them into combat against fearful cdds and 
brought them off victorious. 



112 BDLKELEY FAMILY. 

"Perhaps none of our townsmen at that period met with more 
wild and perilous adventures than Charles Bulkley. In the spring 
of 1775 a sloop from New London, which had been on a peaceful 
trading voyage to the West Indies, was rounding Montauk Point, 
and had almost arrived in sight of home, when an armed vessel 
bore down upon her, fired a shot athwart her course, and demanded 
her surrender. The sloop being unarmed, and totally unprepared 
for defence or escape, was, of course, given up. The armed vessel 
was a tender from the British frigate Rose, commanded by Captain 
Wallace, who was then stationed on this coast, and who afterwards 
became notorious for his bombardment of Stonington, and for 
plundering and annoying the inhabitants on the sea-coast to the 
eastward. The nephew of Captain Wallace came on board the 
sloop with four men, took possession, and informed the Americans 
that a battle had been fought at Lexington, and, of course, war 
had commenced. He transferred the crew of the sloop to the ten- 
der, with the exception of the captain, mate, and Charles Bulkley, 
who was a seaman on board. These he retained to navigate the 
vessel, and ordered them to shape their course for Boston, where 
he should take his prize. 

"Not long after this change was accomplished a boat from the 
neighboring shore with two men in it approached the vessel. 
Wallace armed his men with such weapons as he could find, (har- 
poons and hand spikes,) and ordered the men in the boat to keep 
off, which they did. He could not fire upon them, for it happened 
that there was but one gun on board, and in the first moments of 
capture Bulkley, with quick foresight, had secreted the powder and 
ball. As the boat pushed off a bold expedient rushed into Bulk- 
ley's mind, which was executed as soon as conceived. He ran along 
on the boom, plunged into the ocean, got into the boat, and impart- 
ing his spirit and activity to the other two men, they pulled for 
Block Island, and were soon safe on shore. Here he found a small 
body of militia engaged in taking off some cattle to secure them 
from the plunder of the British. He made known to the com- 
mander a plan he had formed to wrest from the enemy their prize, 
and was readily furnished by him with two row-boats and a num- 
ber of men and arms, with which he set out in chase of the sloop. 
He was so fortunate as to get possession of her without bloodshed. 
The next day she was towed into New London and delivered up to 
the owners, and young Wallace and his men were consigned as 
prisoners to the civil authority. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 113 

" Soon after this we find Charles Bulkley a midshipman in the 
newly-formed American navy, and sailing in the fleet fitted out at 
New London under Commodore Hopkins. This little fleet had 
been a source of much solicitude and expense to Congress. It was 
intended to annoy the British armed vessels that infested the coasts 
of the Southern States, and much was expected from its gallantry. 
It left New London harbor in fine style, the stars and stripes on its 
flag — thirteen stars and thirteen stripes — streaming out on the wind. 
Yet this fleet accomplished nothing but the plunder of the island 
of Providence, and the chief officers were afterwards censured by 
Congress for their inactivity. On the homeward voyage, however, 
just eastward of Montauk Point, they had a sharp engagement with 
the British frigate Glasgow, which was considerably injured, and 
only escaped by the skill and tact of its commander. In this action, 
fought very near the spot where less than a year before he had dis- 
played such signal energy and adroitness, young Bulkley was dis- 
tinguished for the cool intrepidity with which he stood at his gun. 

" He remained several years in the navy, was soon made a sailing 
master, and then advanced to a lieutenancy. He made one cruise 
with the valiant Paul Jones, and was afterwards transferred to the 
Alfred, commanded by Captain Elisha Hinman. This vessel being 
overtaken by a superior force, and basely deserted by her consort, 
was taken, and the crew carried prisoners to England. Lieutenant 
Bulkley, with others, was confined in Falkland Prison, where he 
suffered a weary confinement, and was subjected to great privations 
and indignities. He at length made his escape, by secretly dig- 
ging, with great labor and perseverance, a trench under ground, 
leading beyond the outward wall, and succeeded in getting to 
France, from whence, after some delay, he returned to America. 

"On reaching home, without waiting to repose or recruit, he took 
command of a privateer, and hurried again to sea. In this capacity 
he made several voyages, and brought a number of valuable prizes 
into port. After the conclusion of the war he gladly returned to 
the peaceful merchant service, in which he continued for a long 
term of years. It would be interesting to know the number of 
voyages which a man of so much activity in the course of so long 
a life had made. We may safely say that they must be estimated 
by hundreds. 

" This is but an imperfect tribute to the memory of a brave man, 
a skillful navigator, an estimable and venerable citizen, one who 
for almost a century has walked these streets, and sailed on these 
15 



114 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

waters. It is one of the penalties of longevity to outlive old 
friends and time-endeared acquaintances, and often too the cher- 
ished companion of the household and hearthstone. Captain Bulk- 
ley had great afflictions of this kind for his portion. Not only 
neighbors and friends, and a generation of townsmen, and the 
companions of his youth went before him, but he lived to see most 
of his children laid in the grave. He leaves behind no descend- 
ants but one only son.' — F. M. C." 

CHILD. 

646. Leonard, born . He was a bachelor, and died leaving a large 

fund by will for the establishment of an academy at New London, 
which should go into operation when it should amount to $50,000. 
The academy is now in operation. 

4S6. 

Peteb Bulkeley, Jun., son of Peter and Lucy Avery Bulkeley, 
born Feb* 3, 1744; married Hannah Breed, of Stonington, March 
9, 1768. 

CHILDREN. 

647. Peter, born July 22, 1770. 

648. Prentice, " June 11, 1772. 

649. Hannah, " Aug. 25, 1775. 

650. Lucy, " March 9, 1778. 

427. 

"William Bulkeley, son of Peter and Lucy Avery Bulkeley, 
born ; married Polly Champion, Dec. 18, 1788. 

CHILDREN. 

651. A son, born and died, 1 790. 

652. Henry, ) 

> twins, " June 16, 1791. 

653. Epaphroditus, ) died Jan. 26, 1807. 

654. Mary, " July 13, 1793. 

655. William, died May 11, 1801. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

458. 

John Bulkeley, son of John and Honor Francis Bulkely, born 
Nov. 10, 1750; married Sarah Wright. He had by her, two 
children, who were baptized after his death. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 115 

CHILDREN. 

656. John, baptized Nov. 30, 1783; m. Daggett. 

657. Elizabeth'? (Patty), " Nov. 30, 1783; m. James Goodrich. 

Honor Bulkeley, daughter of John and Honor Francis Bulke- 
ley, born March 14, 1753; married Sylvanus Brown. 

CHILDREN. 

658. William Brown. 

659. Austin " 

660. John Bulkeley " 

661. George Washington " 

662. A daughter — name unknown. 

663. A daughter — name unknown. 

461. 

Elizabeth Bulkeley, daughter of John and Honor Francis 
Bulkeley; married John Mygatt. 

CHILD. 

664. Thomas Mygatt, born m. Miss Gay. 

462. 

Francis Bulkeley, son of John and Honor Francis Bulkeley, 
baptized July 31, 1757; married, 1. Rhoda Griswold, Jan. 18, 1781. 
She died March 6, 1795; and he married, 2. Elizabeth Fosdick, Jan. 
5, 1797. He died Nov. 11, 1803, on board the brig Ontario, Capt. 
Timothy Stillman, master, of Wethersfield, Conn. 

CHILDREN BT THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

665. William, born Nov. 11, 1781 ; died in 1802, on board brig Ontario, 

T. Stillman, master. 
" March 20, 1784 ; m. Charles Noyes. 
" April 13, 1786 ; died in infancy. 
" Nov. 6, 1788. 

" June 12, 1790; died in infancy. 
" Feb. 4, 1795; died in infancy. 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

671. Chauncey, born Jan. 16, 1798. The following notice of him appears 

in the obituary record of Yale College : " Chaun- 
cey Bulkeley died in Philadelphia, May 23, 1860, 
in his 62d year. He was born in Wethersfield, 
Conn., Jan. 16, 1698, being a son of Francis 
Bulkeley, of that town, and a descendant of Kev. 



666. 


Clarissa, 


667. 


Harriet, 


668. 


Francis, 


669. 


Chauncey, 


670. 


Harriet, 2d, 



116 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

Peter Bulkeley, of Concord, Mass. After grad- 
uating, he taught school in Philadelphia for 
about a year, and then for three years he was an 
instructor in the college at Germantown, Penn. 
He studied law with Charles Channcey, Esq., of 
Philadelphia, was admitted to the bar May 20, 
1822, and resided in that city engaged in practice. 
In 1832 and 1833 he was Secretary and Treas- 
urer of the Germantown and Morristown Rail- 
road Company. From 1845 to 1850, he was one 
of the Aldermen of the city of Philadelphia. 
After this, he resumed the practice of his profes- 
sion until his death." 

At a meeting of the bar, May 25, 1860, Col. 
J. Gooshman was called to the chair, and Henry 
Paul Bush appointed Secretary, when Gen. Ho- 
ratio Hubbell submitted the following resolutions, 
after an address, in which a brief outline of the 
character of the deceased and his professional 
standing was commuuicated to the meeting. 

Resolved, That we have heard with deep re- 
gret of the sudden death of Chauncey Bulkeley, 
Esq., a member of this bar. 

Resolved, That we have always recognized Mr. 
Bulkeley as an accomplished scholar, an upright 
counsellor, and honest man. 

Resolved, That we will attend his funeral, and 
wear crape upon the arm in respect for his mem- 
ory, thirty days. 

Resolved, That a committee be appointed to 
convey to the family of the deceased a copy of 
the foregoing resolutions, which were ordered to 
be published. 

A committee was accordingly appointed. 

672. James Henry, born July 23, 1799; m. Adaline Alexander. 

673. Charles, " April 27, 1801. 



465. 

Edward Bulkeley, son of John and Honor Francis Bulkeley, 
born in 1767; married Diana Bunce, in 1794. 

CHILDREN. 

born 1795; m. Joel Chaping, 1823. 
" 1797 ; died at Port au Prince, in 1822, unmarried. 
" 1799; m. Richard Green. 
" 1801 ; m. Lucy Mansfield. 
" 1 804 ; ■ m. Jesse St. John. 



674. 


Honor Francis, 


675. 


John Bunce, 


676. 


Eliza, 


677. 


Edward, 


677*. 


Wealthy, 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 117 

466. 

Sarah Bulkeley, daughter of John and Honor Francis Bulke- 
born in 1770; married Mr. Boskioick. 
Nothing further is known. 

47S. 
Thomas Bulkeley, son of Benjamin and Susannah Kirby 
Bulkeley, born October 2, 1758; married Bathsheba Sage. 

CHILDREN. 

678. George. 

679. Laura. 

680. Fanny. 

681. Henry. 

682. Sophia. 

473. 

Lucy Bulkeley, daughter of Benjamin and Susannah Kirby 
Bulkeley, born Sept. 18, 1760; married Joseph White, of Whites- 
borough, New York, April 4, 1782. 

683. Susan White, born Feb. 6, 1783. 

684. Lucy " " July 22, 1784; m. 1. Orran Clark, of 

Farmington, Conn. ; 2, Jesse Stanley. 

" April 19, 1786 ; died in infancy. 

" Feb. 8, 1788; m. Julia Bidwell. 

" Aug. 26, 1789; m. Samuel Wilcox. 

" March 10, 1791 ; died in infancy. 

" May 2, 1793; died in infancy. 

. " Dec. 10, 1794; m. 

" Feb. 3, 1797 ; m., and had a family. 

" Nov. 8, 1798; m. Reuben Wilcox. 

693. Mary " 1800; m. Henry Cooley. 

474. 

George Bulkeley, son of Benjamin and Susannah Kirby Bulke- 
ley, born Nov. 28, 1762; married Martha Webster. 

475. 

Huldah Bulkeley, daughter of Benjamin and Susannah Kirby 
Bulkeley, born Oct. 1, 1764; married John Francis, Jun., of 
Wethersfield, Nov. 8, 1792. 



685. 


Huldah 


686. 


Henry 


687. 


Abigail 


688. 


Bulkeley 


689. 


Bulkeley 


690. 


Joseph 


691. 


Thomas Bulkeley 


692. 


Eliza 



694. 


Caroline 


Francis, 


born April 21, 1794. 


695. 


Huldah 


n 


" Jan. 16, 1796. 



118 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

696. John Francis, born July 30, 1797. 

697. James Bulkeley " " June 9, 1799. 

698. William " " March 12, 1801. 

699. Stephen " " Dec. 14, 1802. 

700. Albert " " Dec. 5, 1808. 

476. 

James Bulkeley, son of Benjamin and Susannah. Kirby Bulke- 
ley, born Sept. 11, 1766; married Caroline Hallam, ; died in 

Charleston, S. C. She is said to have died without children. 

477. 
Stephen Bulkeley, son of Benjamin and Susannah Kirby 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 8, 1768; married Miss Margaret M. Fanning, 
of Charleston, S. C. After a prosperous mercantile career, he 
purchased the Charter Oak place, in Hartford, Conn., and resided 
there many years, until his death, in 1840. 

CHILDREN. 

701. George. 

702. Caroline, m. /. W. Stuart. 

478. 

Abigail Bulkeley, daughter of Benjamin and Susannah Kirby 
Bulkeley, born Dec. 30, 1770; married Jasper Lacy, and removed 
to , Ohio. 

Nothing further is known. 

Martha Bulkeley, daughter of Benjamin and Susannah Kirby 
Bulkeley, born April 26, 1773; married George Webster, of 
Whitesboro, New York. 

No further returns have been received. 

480. 

Hannah Bulkeley, daughter of Benjamin and Susannah Kirby 
Bulkeley, born June 25, 1775; married Amos Woodruff, of Stock- 
bridge, Mass. 

The names of children have not been received. 

481. 

Benjamin Bulkeley, Jun., son of Benjamin and Elisabeth 
Brownwell Bulkeley, baptized May 13, 1784; married Sarepta 
Woodruff, daughter of Solomon Woodruff, of Farmington, Conn. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 119 







CHILDREN 


704. 


Martha, 


born 


705. 


Lucy, 


u 


706. 


Samuel, 


ti 


707. 


Julia, 


<« 



48S. 
Samuel Bulkeley, son of Benjamin and Elisabeth Brownwell 
Bulkeley, born June 6, 1784 ; married Mrs. Eliza P. Harkin, (nee 
Hough,) Oct. 19, 1814. He died July 8, 1867, aged 83. She died 
Nov. 9, 1872, aged 90. 

CHILDREN. 

708. William Foster, born Sept. 5, 1816; m. MaryF. Stacy. 

709. Samuel Francis, " Aug. 8, 1818; m. Mary F. Sanger. 

710. Nancy Hough, " Sept. 3, 1820; m. Joshua H. Poole. 

711. Mary Saunders, " March 10, 1822; m. Abijah Peabody. 

712. Albert Harkin, " July 9, 1825; m. Angeline Augusta Clark. 

483. 

Brownwell Bulkeley, son of Benjamin and Elisabeth Brownwell 
Bulkeley, baptized Feb. 16, 1786; married Dolly North, of Farm- 
ington, Conn., and removed to Coventry, Chenango County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

713. George, born Nov. 20, 1814; m. Esther Pendleton. 

714. Francis, " April 16, 1819; m. Grace Joella Adams. 

484. 

Betsey Bulkeley, daughter of Benjamin and Elisabeth Brown- 
well Bulkeley, born about 1787; married Philo Yale, and died 
childless, in July, 1864. 

485. 

Charles Bulkeley, son of Charles and Mary Griswold Bulke- 
ley, born March 9, 1760; married Eunice Rollins, Oct. 15, 1782. 
They reside in Wethersfield, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

715. Mary, born April 8, 1785; m. Thomas Selden, of 

E. Haddam. 

716. Augusta, " Jan. 26, 1787; never married; died in 

New York City, April 18, 1859. 

717. Henry, " March 7, 1789; m. Betsey Dodd, April 

15, 1812. 



120 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

718. Archibald, ) m. Wealthy Ann Burr, Sept., 1815. 

£ twins, born April 6, 1792. 

719. Ashbel, ) m. Ann Eliza Fanning, May 25, 1816. 

720. Erastus, ) m. Mary Wallbridge, Sept. 2, 1824. 

> twins, " Nov. 6, 1798. 

721. Emeline Mehitable, ) m. S. H. P. Hall, May 14, 1826. 

486. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Mary Griswold Bulke- 
ley, baptized June 15, 1764; is supposed to have married Elisha 
Wetherell, Jan. 26, 1785. 

CHILDREN. 

722. Daniel Bulkeley Wetherell, baptized Aug. 4, 1785; died Dec. 27, 1786. 

723. Harriet " " May 6, 1787. 

724. Polly, " " Sept. 6, 1789. 

490. 

Nancy Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Mary Griswold 
Bulkeley, baptized April 27, 1777; married Joshua Goodrich, Octo- 
ber 25, 1800. 

CHILDREN. 

725. Walter Bulkeley Goodrich, baptized May 22, 1803. 

726. Oliver Butler " " May 27, 1804. 

727. George Williams " " April 27, 1806. 

728. Martha Elvira " " April 16, 1809. 

729. Eli " " Sept. 22, 1811. 

730. Jerusha " " Aug. 27, 1815. 

491. 

Charles Bulkeley, son of Charles and Mary Griswold Bulke- 
ley; married Hannah Buckerts, of Wethersfield, Oct. 5, 1806. 

493. 

Roxa Bulkeley, daughter of Edward and Rachel Pomeroy 
Bulkeley; baptized Oct. 25, 1772; was married to Selah Francis, 
of Wethersfield, Feb. 25, 1793. 

CHILDREN. 

731. Selah Francis. 

732. Roxa 

49^. 

Fanny Bulkeley, daughter of Edward and Prudence Williams 
Bulkeley, born April 29, 1781. He was married to Fl/hu Frisbie, 
of Albany, N. Y., October 29, 1813. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 121 

CHILDREN. 

733. Fanny Frlsbie. 

734. Elihu 

SOI. 

Prudence Bulkeley, daughter of Edward and Prudence Wil- 
liams Bulkeley, baptized April 1, 1787; married Ebenezer Parker, 
of Boston, Mass., August 9, 1812. 

CHILD. 

735. Ebenezer Parker. 

506. 

Nancy Bulkeley, daughter of Prescott and Lois Williams 
Bulkeley, born October 1, 1781; married Dr. Nathan North, of 
Farmington, Conn., August 4, 1805. He died April 28, 1860. 

CHILDREN. 

736. Alfred North, born March 10, 1807, at Exeter, N. H. He married Minerva 

Bryan. 

737. Henry North, " 1811 ; died October, 1814. 

738. Charles," " 1813; died October, 1814. 

739. Theresa Orne Bulkeley North, born July 22, 1815; married Ezra Sterling 

Ely, February, 1843. 

740. Laura Bulkeley North, born January 18, 1818. 

741. Lydia North, born January 20, 1820; died September, 1829. 

742. Anna Langdon North, born July 30, 1823. Unmarried, and resides 

at Cheektowaga, N. Y. 

SOS. 

Louisa Bulkeley, daughter of Prescott and Lois Williams 
Bulkeley, born January 31, 1786; married John G. Post, of Pomp- 
ton, N. J., May 6, 1806, and died at Booneville, N. Y., April 22, 
1863. 

CHILDREN. 

743. A son born and died in 1807. 

744. Mary Post, born July 20, 1809. 

745. Louisa" " May 23, 1811. 

746. Gerrit Prescott Post, " November 9, 1812; married Ruth Keith. 

747. Peter Bulkeley " born July 25, 1817. 

748. Sophia Post, " November 3, 1820. 

749. John Williams Post, " December 16, 1822; died at Booneville, April 

26, 1842. 

750. George Byerson Post, " May 1, 1824. 

509. 

Lydia Bulkeley, daughter of Prescott and Lois Williams 
Bulkeley, baptized February 24, 1788; married Peter Irwin, of 
New Jersey, in 1808; died at Booneville, N. Y., July 12, 1811. 
16 



122 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILDREN. 

752. A daughter, born in 1809; died in infancy. 

753. Cornelius Bulkeley Irwin, born June 7, 1311 ; married Maria North. 

51 1. 

Belinda Bulkeley, daughter of Prescott and Lois Williams 
Bulkeley, baptized August 29, 1790; married Dr. Samuel Bass, 
January 1, 1811, and died at Ley den, N. Y., March 12, 1841. 

CHILDREN. 

754. Louisa Bulkeley Bass, born October 26, 1812; died May 25, 1815. 

755. Charles North " " August 30, 1816; married Juliette Burnham. 

514. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of Joseph and Mary Williams Bulke- 
ley, born December 18, 1778; married Joseph, Butler, May 23, 1803. 

CHILDREN, BAPTIZED AT ROCKY HILL. 

756. Mary Williams Butler, May 14, 1806. 

757. Juliana " May 21, 1809. 

758. Cornelia " November 15, 1812; married Benjamin Smith. 

759. Eunice Robbins " September 10, 1814. 

760. Joseph Henry Bulkeley Butler, August 2, 1818. 

761. Nancy " June 18, 1820. 

515. 

Rhoda Bulkeley, daughter of Joseph and Mary Williams 
Bulkeley, born June 21, 1781; married Wyllis Williams, June 19, 
1799. 

CHILDREN. 

762. George Lewis Williams, baptized August 11, 1801 ; died July 31, 1803. 

763. Ralph Henry " " April 24, 1 803 ; died young. 

764. Mary Bulkeley " " June 16, 1805; married John Edwards. 

765. Lorenzo Lewis " " April 24, 1808. 

766. Ralph Wyllis " " November 10, 1811; married Sarah Ar- 

nold, December 7, 1836. 

516. 

Ralph Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Mary Williams Bulkeley, 
born September 14, 1783; married Elisabeth Bradford, January 
21, 1808. 

SIS. 

Edmund Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Mary Williams Bulkeley, 
born Dec. 6, 1787; married Nancy Robbins, April 18, 1811. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 123 

CHILDREN. 

767. Joseph Edmund, born Feb. 9, 1812 ; m. Mary Lawrence Bicknell. 

768. Justus Robbins, " June 15, 1813; ra. Mary K. A dams. 

769. Julius Huntington, " March 9, 1815; died at Washington, N. C, 

July 30, 1833. 

770. Susan Mansfield, " April 30, 1825; died of cholera, in New York, 

Sept. 30, 1832. 

5SO. 

Henry Bulkeley, son of Joseph, and Mary Williams Bulkeley, 
born June 11, 1793; was for many years Town Clerk of Rocky 
Hill; represented the town in the Legislature of the State, and 
held other important offices of trust. He married Martha Tucker, 
May 16, 1847. He died June 10, 1860. 







CHILDREN. 


771. 


Henry Williams, 


born June 30, 1847. 


772. 


Martha Robbins, 


" Dec. 31, 1848. 


773. 


May, 


" Feb. 23, 1850. 


774. 


Joseph, 


" Oct. 16, 1851. 


775. 


Walter, 


" June 1, 1853. 


776. 


John, 


" Feb. 6, 1855. 


777. 


Laura, 


" Nov. 22, 1856. 


778. 


Julia, 


" Not* 13, 1857. 



SSI. 

"Walter Williams Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Mary Williams 
Bulkeley, born Sept. 15, 1797; married Lucy Rollins, daughter of 
Levi Robbins, June 17, 1830. Was a merchant in Rocky Hill, 
Conn. Being in feeble health, he went South, and spent the win- 
ter of 1834, and lost his life on his return passage, March 2, 1834, 
by the burning of the steamboat on the Delaware river, near Phila- 
delphia. An account of his unfortunate death is thus given by 
an aged member of the Bulkeley family: 

In the winter of 1834, the steamboat Pennsylvania, of the Phila- 
delphia and Baltimore passenger line, took fire on the passage up 
the Delaware river, was run on to the flats below the Navy Yard, 
Philadelphia, and burned to the water's edge. Among the passen- 
gers was a gentleman, in delicate health, returning to his home from 
a sojourn in the South, who threw overboard sundry settees, and 
committed himself to their buoyancy as a means of safety. This 
gentleman was rescued by some boats at hand completely wet 
through and chilled, and unfortunately taken into a low grogery, 
known as the Khouli Khan tavern, in Chestnut, above Front street. 



124 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

Here in the course of the evening this gentleman died from the ef- 
fects of this severe exposure upon his debilitated frame. A gentle- 
man present had heard him say his name was Bulkeley, and speaking 
of his black silk neckerchief, also said, that it contained something 
valuable. These facts this gentleman communicated to Charles, 
J. H., and Chauncey Bulkeley, who immediately sought the aid of 
the then mayor, Hon. John Swift, in the matter. The party pro- 
ceeded at once to the tavern spoken of; found deceased there, and 
the cravat missing. The mayor, addressing himself to a female 
present, (whom he denominated a "Meg Merrilies " in aspect,) 
asked her for the missing article. She was then told (after deny- 
ing knowledge of it) to produce the cravat forthwith, or the whole 
household would be marched to the lockup in short order. The 
missing neckerchief was found stowed away under the counter, 
unfolded, and found to contain several hundred dollars in bank 
notes. These the mayor took charge of, and the deceased was 
found to be the above Walter W. Bulkeley, of Bocky Hill, (Step- 
ney, Conn.) Chauncey Bulkeley took charge of the remains, 
placed them in the care of an undertaker, notified the family, and 
Mr. Balph Bulkeley, of New York, went to Philadelphia, identified 
and removed them to Rocky Hill, with the funds found. 

CHILDREN. 

779. Amelia, m. Rev. Horace Williams. 

780. Susan M., m. Hiram H. Webb, of Rockingham, N. C, Oct. 8, 1855. 

593. 

Abigail Miller, daughter of Nathanael and Abigail Butler Mil- 



1CJ -1 


Will , 




CHILDREN. 


781. 


Abigail 


Lamb, 


born 


782. 


Bushrod W. 


a 


tt 


783. 


Melinda 


(i 


« 



534. 

Caleb Miller, son of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley Miller, 
born Feb. 6, 1767; married Dorothy Butler, Oct. 15, 1795. They 
resided in Lodi, New York, where he died, Sept. 26, 1850; and 
she died April 27, 1853. 

CHILDREN. 

784. Mercy Miller, born Nov. 28, 1796, in Brookfield, New York; 

m. Braddock G. Brand, April 27, 1815. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



125 



785. Amanda 

786. Urben Butler 

787. Solomon Bulkeley 

788. Sylvester 



Miller, born Oct. 13, 1798, in Brookfield, N. Y. ; died 
at the age of six years. 
" " Dec. 31, 1800; m. Anna Rees, May 23, 

1822. 
" Sept. 12, 1803, in Brookfield, N. Y. ; m. 
Fanny Burton, Dec. 26, 1828. 
" " Nov. 24, 1806, in Brookfield, N. Y. ; a 

lawyer ; never married ; died March 1 1 , 
1865. 



5S5. 

Amos Miller, son of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley Miller, 

born Feb. 3, 1769; married ; died at sea, leaving two sons, 

names not known. 

537. 

Rebecca Miller, daughter of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley 
Miller, born Jan. 7, 1776; married George Button, of Brookfield, 
Madison County, New York. Mr. Button died Oct., 1864. She 
died in Feb., 1812. 



789. Emery Button, 

790. Thankful 

791. George 

792. Fanny 

793. Nancy 

794. Emy 

795. Elijah 



CHILDREN. 

born 

" m. Wm. Knapp, Jan. 27, 1820. 

<« 

<( 

" July 8, 1837 ; m. Ariel T. Alderman. 

X 

" died at 21 years of age. 



528. 

Elijah Bulkeley Miller, son of Nathanael and Abigail Bulke- 
ley Miller, born July 22, 1783; married Ruth Hall, Jan. 21, 1808. 



796. Amanda 

797. Harriet 

798. Adaline C. 



799. Hannah H. " 

800. Nathanael W. " 

801. Charles V. " 

802. Hiram C. 



CHILDREN. 

Miller, born Feb. 15, 1809; m. Horace Hall, Dec. 25, 1828. 
" August 28, 1812; died at 4 weeks of age. 
" " Nov. 3, 1814; m. Rev. C. D. Burlingham, 

Sept. 7, 1834. 
" Jan. 30, 1819 ; m. Charles Todd, Oct. 13, 1844. 
" Oct. 9, 1820 ; m. Jidiaelt Kenyon, July 22, 1848. 
" April 27, 1825 ; died at 10 years of age. 
" June 25, 1834; m. Mary Canfield. 



530. 

James Bulkeley, son of Solomon and Martha Williams Bulke- 
ley, born ; married Hannah My ears, Feb. 14, 1802. 



126 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



803. 


Sarah M., 


804. 


Harriet, 


805. 


Julia, 


806. 


James, 


807. 


George W., 


808. 


Eliza, 


809. 


Nancy, 


810. 


Jane E., 


811. 


William R., 



CHILDREN. 

born Sept. 4, 1 803 ; m. Sylvester Goodrich. 

" Nov. 30, 1805; m. Rodolpkus Griswold. 

" July 3, 1807; m. Daniel Small. 

" Aug. 30, 181 1 ; m. Julia Risley. 

" Sept 6, 1814 ; m. Lucy Sperry. 

" Dec. 15, 1816; m. Isaac Sperry. 

" June 2, 1818 ; m. Edward Risley. 

" April 7, 1822 ; m. Joseph Latham. 

" April 7, 1825; m. Emma S. Freeman. 



544. 

Justus Bulkeley, Jun., son of Justus and Mabel Boardman 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 18, 1803; married . 



born 



812. Maria, 

813. Walter, 

814. Edwin. 

815. Mary Amelia, 

816. Harriet, 



CHILDREN. 

m. Lyman Wilson. 
never married. 

m. Francis Chambers. 
m. Lester . 



546. 

Chauncey Bulkeley, son of Jehiel and Mary Robbins Bulkeley, 
baptized Sept. 8, 1782; married Nancy Hart, Aug. 27, 1805. 

549. 

Leonard Bulkeley, son of Rev. Gershom Bulkeley; married 
Polly Warner, and resided at Cromwell. He died Feb. 20, 1826. 



817. Hannah, 

818. William. 

819. John. 



CHILDREN. 

m. Charles Arnold, of Hartford, Conn. 



551. 

Amelia ' Bulkeley, daughter of Hosea and Abigail Griswold 
Bulkeley, born April 24, 1782. Was married to Allen Robbins, 
October 17, 1804. 



820. 



CHILDREN. 

Thomas Stanley, born October 17, 1805 ; m. 1, Martha C. Sears ; 2, Mara- 

bah M. Conner. 
" January 9, 1808; m. Frederick Marsh. 
' July 13, 1810. Unmarried. 
' May 15, 1816; married Abby Ann Goodrich. 
" January 19, 1819; m. Rev. Joshua L. Maynard. 
" January 14, 1823; married Robert Sugden, Jr. 



821. 


Chloe W., 


822. 


Mary A., 


823. 


Allen A., 


824. 


Abigail U. B., 


825. 


Emily Webster, 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 12V 

553. 

John G. Bulkeley, son of Hosea and Abigail Griswold Bulke. 
ley, born January 3, 1785; married Abigail Hart, November 25, 
1804. 2, Widow Mary Hubbard, January 12, 1830. 

CHILDREN. 

8254. William, baptized July 26, 1818. He was never married. 

826. Amelia Ann, " " " " married Norman Butler. 

827. Ursula Bull, " " " " married Josiah Button. 

828. John, " " " " died unmarried at the age of 22. 

829. Hosea, " " " " married 

830. Caroline Hart, " " " " married Philip Butler. 

831. Benj. Griswold, " " " " 

832. Frances, " " " " married William Clark. 

554. 

Dr. Sylvester Bulkeley, son of Hosea and Abigail Griswold 
Bulkeley, born June 1, 1787. He was twice married — 1, to Mary 
Johnson, of Lyme. She died at Cromwell, March 2, 1824, aged 36. 
2, To Nancy Bradford, of Rocky Hill, May 1, 1825. He died in 
1857. The following obituary notice of him was prepared by Dr. 
Rufus W. Griswold: 

DR. SYLVESTER BULKLEY. 

"Sylvester Bulkley was the second son of Hosea Bulkley, of 
Rocky Hill, formerly a part of Wethers field, in which place he 
was born in 1787. He was prepared for college by Rev. Calvin 
Chapin, D. D., of Rocky Hill, entered Yale in 1806, and graduated 
in 1810. The following winter he taught school in Wethersfield, 
meantime pursuing the study of medicine under the instruction of 
Dr. Daniel Fuller, of Rocky Hill. He then attended lectures in 
the medical department of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H, 
and received the degree of M. D. at that institution in 1812. Dr. 
Bulkley first commenced the practice of his profession in Haddam, 
where he remained about eight years, when he disposed of his 
business to a Dr. Munger, and went to Chester. There he remained 
but a short time, when he returned to that part of Haddam known 
as Higganum, in professional connection with Dr. Munger. A 
more favorable offer presenting itself, Dr. Buckley located in Upper 
Middletown, (now Cromwell,) where he remained in successful 
practice for about twelve years. He then relinquished his business 
in that place, and after spending a few months in New York and 
its neighborhood, availing himself of the facilities for acquiring 



128 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

medical knowledge there afforded, he returned and settled in Ber- 
lin. In that town he continued until 1848, when Rocky Hill being 
left without a resident physician, by the removal of Dr. A. W. 
Barrows to Hartford, Dr. Bulkley returned to his native place. 
Here he continued in the practice of his profession until within a 
few days of his death, though age and its consequent infirmities 
restricted the amount of his business for the latter part of the 
time. 

"Dr. Bulkley was of a robust habit of body, and of vigorous con- 
stitution, and had good health, with the exception of attacks of 
rheumatism, which is hereditary in his family. In consequence, 
probably, of exposure and overexertion in visiting a patient in 
the severe weather of the season, he was taken sick the twenty- 
seventh of January last, and died the first of February, in the 
seventieth year of his age. His disease was an acute inflammation 
of that portion of the peritoneum covering the liver, which prob- 
ably extended to the liver itself. For the first three days of his 
illness Dr. Bulkley expected to recover, and his physician thought 
him improving, but after this he passed into a state of total insen- 
sibility, and sank rapidly. He was attended by Dr. A. S. Warner, 
of Wethersfield, and once seen by Dr. E. K. Hunt, of Hartford, 
and myself. Dr. Bulkley was a member of the Hartford County 
Medical Society at the time of his decease, and had always felt a 
lively interest in all efforts for the promotion of the profession. 

"Dr. Bulkley was an honest man, upright and straight forward 
in his dealings, an active and excellent member of society, of high 
moral character and correct habits of life, enjoying the esteem of 
his neighbors and acquaintances, and a sincere professing Christian. 
He became a member of the Congregational Church in Berlin 
during his residence in that town, and continued his connection 
there till his death, though an attendant on divine worship at 
Rocky Hill after his removal thither. 

"As a physician Dr. Bulkley enjoyed a liberal patronage in the 
several localities where he resided. He stood well in the estima- 
tion of his brethren of the medical profession, and was on partic- 
ularly confidential terms and often in consultation over the sick-bed 
with the late Drs. Richard "Warner, of Cromwell, and Archibald 
"Welch, of Wethersfield. Naturally of a strong mind and inde- 
pendent character, he had little disposition to yield to the foolish 
whims of his patients, when he saw that yielding would be preju- 
dicial to their recovery; and his refusal to gratify them in this 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 129 

respect some times made enemies of those who should have had 
the greater regard for him for his firmness of purpose in their 
behalf. Considerations of policy, which often stand men instead 
of sound medical knowledge ; subterfuge in conversation, which is 
a cover for professional ignorance ; suavity of manner, which hides 
defects in the practice of medicine — upon these Dr. Bulkley did 
not altogether rely to gain the esteem of the families in which he 
practiced. He expected to benefit his patients rather by the po- 
tency of his remedies than by the grace of his bow; by the efficacy 
of his prescriptions, rather than by the ease of his conversation. 
Consequently, those who call a physician more for the purpose of 
having their diagnosis confirmed, and their views of the proper 
treatment supported by him, than for the sake of his medical 
advice and care, and who dislike him in proportion as he disagrees 
with their notions, often complained of Dr. Bulkley, when they 
would have done better to listen willingly to his counsel, and 
adhere trustingly to his orders. With quacks and quackery he 
had no patience, and quite as little with those who followed them. 
Of 'steam doctors,' 'consumption doctors,' and other like empyrics, 
he entertained a great abhorrence and contempt; and with the 
various isms in medicine that from time to time spring up to have 
a mushroom existence, he would have nothing to do. Correctly 
considering a proper medical education as indispensably necessary 
to the proper practice of the profession, and that the science must 
have a stable theory, based upon known facts for its foundation, 
in order to be deserving confidence, Dr. Bulkley had no part with 
those who ' take up ' the trade without a thorough training in the 
various fundamental branches of the profession, and would have 
no counsel with interlopers, who had no other title to be called 
doctors than that bestowed by themselves alone. 

"Dr. Bulkley lived to a ripe old age, in the enjoyment of respect 
and esteem, performing his duties, as a man and a physician, capa- 
bly, faithfully, and honestly, and was gathered to his fathers in 
peace, like a shock of wheat fully ripe for the harvest. 

Eocky Hill, April 28, 1857." 



CHILDREN. 

833. Sylvester, born ; died young at Cromwell. 

834. William, " ; married Lurania Belden. 

835. Mary Ann, " ; married John Brandegee. 

17 



837. 


Edmund 


838. 


Ira 0., 


839. 


Lucius M., 


840. 


Charles G., 


841. 


Laura, 


842. 


Olive, 


843. 


Thomas, 


844. 


Emeliue, 


845. 


Harriet L., 



130 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

555. 

Gershom Bulkeley, son of Hosea and Abigail Griswold Bulke- 
ley, born Feb. 11, 1789; married Laura Goodrich, July 4, 1816. 

CHILD. 

836. Martha G., born Dec. 11, 1826; m. Lucius Beaumont. 

556. 

Mabel Bulkeley, daughter of Hosea and Abigail Griswold 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 13, 1792; married Ira Beaumont, of East 
Hartford, Oct. 10, 1811. 

CHILDREN. 

born Sept. 2, 1812; m. Elisabeth Church. 
" 1814; m. Sarah Ann Douglass. 
" Dec. 4, 1816 ; m. Martha G. Bulkeley. 
" Dec. 24, 1818; m. Mary Pratt. 
" March 30, 1820; m. Alfred Smith. 
" 1822; died young. 

; m. Josephine Peckwell. 

; m. Joseph McFarland. 

; m. John Lockwood. 

Olive Bulkeley, daughter of Hosea and Abigail Griswold 
Bulkeley, born Sept. 1, 1794; married Bevilo Chapman, May 29, 
1823. Mr. Chapman was a merchant. They resided at Rocky 
Hill, Conn., where he died, Feb. 15, 1866, aged 72. 

CHILDREN. 

846. Henry B., born Jan. 25, 1825 ; died Aug. 4, 1842. 

847. Amelia M., " Feb. 16, 1827 ; unmarried. 

848. Sarah J., " Dec. 4, 1829 ; died June, 1874. 

559. 

Abigail S. Bulkeley, daughter of Hosea and Abigail Griswold 
Bulkeley, born Jan. 20, 1799; married Davis Smith, March 18, 
1819. Mr. Smith was for many years an Innkeeper in Haddam, 
and finally removed to Rocky Hill, Conn., where he resided as a 
farmer. He died in the Spring of 1875. 

CHILDREN. 

849. Abigail G., born Dec. 7, 1819, at Haddam; died April 25, 1821. 

850. Abigail R., " Nov. 7, 1821, " m. Moses Williams. 

851. Martha G., ) died Sept. 25, 1826. 

[twins, " Nov. 5, 1823, " 

852. Mary I., ) m. Ambrose Wolcott. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



131 



853. Sarah Jane, 

854. Henry Davis, 

855. Henry Horace, 

856. Martha Amelia, 

857. Margaret Ursula, 

858. Caroline Eliza, 



born March 9, 1826, at Haddam; died Aug. 25, 1826. 
" Nov. 25, 1827, " died Nov. 2, 1828. 

" Dec. 1, 1829, " m. Philippa Hubbard. 

" Feb. 11, 1832, " m. Walter S. Wilcox. 

" Nov. 23, 1835, at Rocky Hill. 
" July 1, 1838. 



SOS. 

Honor Bulkeley, daughter of Stephen and Martha Marsh 
Bulkeley, horn May 5, 1774; married David Edwards, of Middle- 
town, Nov. 16, 1795. 

567. 

Allen Bulkeley, son of Stephen and Martha Marsh Bulkeley, 
born March 30, 1783 ; married Eliza Riley. 



860. Ebenezer, 

861. Harriet Abbot, 

862. Joseph, 

863. Mary Jane, 



CHILDREN. 

born ; m. Anastasia Crittenden. Several 

children. 
" ; m. Henry Roberts. 

; died in California, unmarried. 
; m. William Spear. 



SOS. 

Frederick Bulkeley, son of Stephen and Martha Marsh Bulke- 
ley, horn June 1, 1792; married Nancy Riley, Oct. 6, 1814. He 
died Sept. 24, 1850. She died Dec. 24, 1857. 



864. Martha, 

865. Julia, ) 

S twins, 

866. Jane, ) 

867. Nancy R., 

868. Stephen, 

869. KateE., 



CHILDREN. 

born Oct. 15, 1815. She died unmarried, April 1, 1870. 

unmarried. 
" Jan. 2, 1819. 

m. Walter Edwards. 
" Dec. 30, 1822; m. Benjamin H. Turner, Jan. 3, 1865. 

No children. 
" May 6, 1825 ; m. Prudence Warner. 
" April 23, 1834. 



# 570. 

Burrage Bulkeley, son of Stephen and Susan Riley Bulkeley, 
born ; married Caroline Miller. They resided in the 

southeast part of Rocky Hill, in that section of the town called 
Dividend. He died Feb. 26, 1874. 



870. Henry W., 

87 1 . Burrage, 

872. Albert, 

873. Mary D., 

874. Joseph A., 

875. Carrie M., 



CHILDREN. 

born Sept. 25, 1833. 
" Jan. 15, 1836; lived 3 days. 
" Jan. 26, 1838. 
" Sept. 19, 1840; unmarried. 
" Nov. 3, 1843; m. Emma Jane Whitmore. 
" March 4, 1846; m. Franklin E. Davenport. 



132 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

571. 

"Wait Bulkeley, son of Stephen and Susan Riley Bulkeley, 
born March 4, 1807; was twice married, 1. To ; 

2. To Cliarlotte Whitmore. 

CHILDREN. 

876. Edward. 

877. Mary. 

878. Lucy. 

577. 

Sally Bulkeley, daughter of Jonathan and Mary Edwards 
Bulkeley, baptized Dec. 2, 1787; married Elisha Goodrich, July 31, 
1821. 







CHILDREN. 


879. 


Mary Eborn Goodrich, 


born Oct. 1, 1822. 


880. 


Henry B., 


" Nov. 10, 1824. 



578. 
Nabby Bulkeley, daughter of Jonathan and Mary Edwards 
Bulkeley, baptized in 1782; married Isaac Stevens, April 20, 1819. 









CHILDREN. 


881. 


Norman B. 


Stevens, 


born Jan. 25, 1820. 


882. 


Frederick M. 


(( 


" May 17, 1824. 


883. 


Joseph H. 


<< 


" Jan. 5, 1828. 


884. 


George 0. 


« 


" May 5, 1835. 



579. 

Prescott Bulkeley, son of Jonathan and Mary Edwards Bulke- 
ley, born Feb. 8, 1797; married Penelope Tryon, Sept. 15, 1822. 
Mr. Bulkeley died at the house of his daughter, Mrs. Martha E. 
Tyler, South Glastonbury, Dec. 16, 1874. Mrs. Penelope Bulkeley 
died about 10 years before her husband. 

CHILDREN. 

885. Lucy, born June 17, 1823; m. Hamilton Horton, Aug. 1, 1844. 

886. Laura, " Feb. 8, 1825 ; m. George Smith. 

887. Martha Edwards, " Jan. 8, 1827; m. William Tyler, Dec. 29, 1850. 

888. Mary. 

889. Mary. 

890. Horace. 

891. Walter, m. Electa Hunt, in 1852. 

892. Ellen Louise, m. Samuel Abbey, May 15, 1866. 

893. Harriet Griswold, m. Lyman Kellum, Sept. 25, 1865. 

894. Abby Jane, m. Henry Hutchinson. 

895. Noah Edwards, born March 3, 1843; unmarried. 

896. Imogene Lawrence, " Nov. 7, 1851. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 133 

586. 

Lydia Ann Bulkeley, daughter of Eliphalet and Anna Bulke- 
ley, born May 18, 1768; married Daniel Watrous. He died June 
6, 1828. 

CHILDREN. 

897. Daniel Ellsworth Watrous, born June 22, 1792. 

898. A daughter, born and died January 11, 1794. 

899. Frederick Augustus Watrous, born November 25, 1795; died at New Or- 

leans, where he had a family. 

900. Nancy Bulkeley Watrous, born April 16, 1797. 

901. John Charles " " July 30, 1800; died August 4, 1800. 

902. John Charles 2d, " August 1, 1801 ; married . He 

had no children. He was a United States senator. He died in a 
state of mental imbecility. 
9'03. Mary Jerusha Watrous, born August 9, 1803. 

904. Nathan ael Huntington Watrous, born February 13, 1808; died in Texas 

unmarried. 

587. 

Mary Adams Bulkeley, daughter of Eliphalet and Anna Bulke- 
ley, born June 25, 1770. She was married to Joseph Worthington, 
of Colchester, September 10, 1791. 

CHILDREN. 

905. Nancy Worthington, born July 1, 1792. 

906. Joseph " " September 6, 1795. 

907. Eliphalet " " September 1, 1797. 

908. Maria " " February 28, 1800. 

588. 

John Charles Bulkeley, son of Eliphalet and Anna Bulkeley, 
born August 8, 1772; married Sally Taintor, December 22, 1798. 

CHILDREN. 

909. Charles Edwin, born October 16, 1799. 

910. John Taintor, " October 3, 1801. 

911. Eliphalet Adams, " June 20, 1803. 

589. 

Patience Bulkeley, daughter of Eliphalet and Anna Bulkeley, 
born December 17, 1774; married Charles Chapman, of Wilkes- 
barre, Penn., and died in Ohio. 

5»0. 

Jonathan Bulkeley, son of Eliphalet and Anna Bulkeley, born 
July 8, 1777; married Elisabeth Simons, daughter of Joseph 
Simons, February 8, 1823. She was born March 28, 1806. He 



134 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

was a midshipman in the United States Navy about 1800, under 
Commodore Jewett, and assisted in the capture of Touissant, in the 
island of San Domingo. He was sheriff of Lucerne County, Penn- 
sylvania, in 1824 or 1825. He died at Wilkesbarre, March 1, 1867, 
aged nearly 90. 

CHILDREN. 

912. Dr. J. E. A., born November 16, 1823; married Clara C. Stark. 

913. Mary Ann, " March 24, 1826; died August 18, 1828. 

914. Elisabeth, " May 1, 1828; died October 21, 1850. 

915. Frances, " March 10, 1832; married A. R. Brundage, September 

22, 1855. 

916. Julia, " November 13, 1837; died August 30, 1838. 

917. Charles L., " January 15, 1843. He is a lawyer and alderman of the 

city of Wilkesbarre, Penn. 

593. 

Sarah C. Bulkeley, daughter of Eliphalet and Anna Bulkele y 
born July 24, 1784; married James Bolton. 

594. 

Frances or Fanny Bulkeley, daughter of Eliphalet and Anna 
Bulkeley, born April 6, 1787; married Henry Lamb, of Wilkesbarre, 
Penn. 

596. 
Julia Bulkeley, daughter of Eliphalet and Anna Bulkeley, born 
; married Steuben Butler, of Wilkesbarre, Penn. 

CHILDREN. 

918. William Butler. 

919. George " 

920. Edward " 

921. Frances " 

922. Gertrude " 

923. Ellen " 

eoo. 

John Bulkeley, son of John and Judith Worthington Bulkeley, 
born October 7th, 1759; married Theodora Foote, April, 1787, and 
he died October 10, 1788. 

CHILD. 

924. Roxy, born May 14, 1788; married James M. Goodwin, of East Hartford, 

December 21, 1809. 

60S. 

William Bulkeley, son of John and Judith Worthington Bulke 
ley, born August 30, 1761 ; married Mary Champion, December 18 
1788, and died May 11, 1801. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 135 

CHILDREN. 

925. An infant, born ; died April, 1790. 

926. Henry, ) married in Middle Haddam. 

> twins, born June 16, 1791 ; 

927. Epaphraditas, ) died January 26, 1807. 

928. Mary, born July 13, 1793; married Charles Hurd, of Middle Haddam. 

603. 

Gershom Bulkeley, son of John and Judith Worthington Bulke- 
ley, born October 3, 1763; married Widow Noble, and removed to 
Williamstown, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

929. George, a lawyer who lived in Kinderhook. 

930. William. He has had one child, and lived and died in New York. 

931. Gershom. 

932. Harriet; died unmarried. 

933. Judith; married Piatt Talcott, of Lanesborough. 

934. Mary ; died unmarried. 

604. 

Elijah Bulkeley, son of John and Judith Worthington Bulke- 
ley, born January 29, 1766; married Pamela Loomis, April 22, 
1787. He died July 31, 1842, aged 76. 

CHILDREN. 

935. John W., born January 22, 1788; died March 12, 1850. He was never 

married. 

936. Richard, born December 26, 1789; married Aurel Chapman. 

937. Celinda, " August 23, 1793 ; married, 1, Alanson Porter, of Williams- 

town; 2, Russel Chapman. 

938. Emeline U., born September 12, 1806; married Pomeroy Hall. 

939. Clarissa Pamela, born May 8, 1809 ; married John T. Bulkeley. 

940. Sophia Maria, " November 15, 1811 ; married Jonathan Chapel. 

605. 

Abigail or Nabby Bulkeley, daughter of John and Judith 
Worthington Bulkeley, born December 30, 1769; married Roger 
Taintor, December 6, 1789. 

CHILDREN. 

941. Clarissa, born September 19, 1790; died September 27, 1794. 

942. John A. Taintor, April 22, 1800. 

606. 

Joshua Robbins Bulkeley, son of John and Judith Worthington 
Bulkeley, born November 2, 1771; married Sally Taintor, Septem- 
ber 7, 1793. They lived and died in William stown, Mass. 



136 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILDREN. 

943. Clarissa, born ; married Job Pierson. 

944. Mary, " ; married Parker Hall. 

945. John, " . He lived in Williamstown unmarried. 

946. Abby, " 

610. 

Gad Bulkley, son of John and Judith Worthington Bulkeley, 
born February 20, 1779; married Orra Bar stow, and settled in 
Canterbury, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

947. Adaline, born ; married Jared Warner Fitch. 

948. John Worthington, born ; married, l,Adalaide Hillard; 2, Eliza Tracy; 

3, Widow Helen Reynolds. 

949. Samuel Barstow, born January 21, 1813 ; married Mary Elisabeth Koath. 

950. Simon Spalding, " November 11, 1815. Never married. 

607. 

Maby Bulkeley, daughter of John and Judith Worthington 
Bulkeley, born Feb. 2, 1774; married Aaron Buchland. She sur- 
vived her husband, and lived with her sister Moreley, where she 
died, leaving no children. 

60S. 

Judith Bulkeley, daughter of John and Judith Worthington 
Bulkeley, born Jan. 30, 1775; married Solomon Taintor. 

CHILDREN. 

951. Bulkeley Taintor, lives in Brookfield, Mass. 

952. Henry G. " lives in Hampton, Conn. 

609. 

Gurdon Bulkeley, son of John and Judith Worthington Bulke- 
ley, born March 15, 1777; married twice, 1. Fanny Wright, Nov. 
22, 1798. She died Dec. 24, 1819. 2. Nancy Porter, Sept. 10, 
1820. She died July 7, 1859. Mr. Bulkeley died June 13, 1845; 
the last survivor of eight brothers. His early life was passed at a 
time of great spiritual declension and worldliness in that vicinity, 
where no special efforts were made for the conversion of children, 
and yet he was, from a child, the subject of many serious impres- 
sions, and when in early manhood, he, with the wife of his youth, 
united with the Congregational church of Colchester, they were 
regarded as very young members. 

In 1806 he removed to Williamstown, Mass., where, during a res- 
idence of nearly forty years, he exemplified the virtues of a sincere 



BULKE LEY FAMILY. 137 

and active piety, by a zealous cooperation with his pastor, in pri- 
vate counsel, in social religious converse and prayer, going from 
house to house, and in the varied forms of usefulness presented 
by that series of revivals which signally blessed that region. The 
Rev. Ralph Welles Gridley, who was for some eighteen years 
his pastor, used to remark that Mr. B. was his right-hand man. 
Though a layman of moderate acquirements, he treasured up a large 
fund of practical religious knowledge, which, united with a happy 
faculty of winning the unconverted, often rendered his persuasions 
effectual upon more cultivated minds. They sought and improved 
occasions of private interview with the students of Williams Col- 
lege, and other young persons, when with great earnestness and 
force he urged the necessity of personal piety. He thought much 
of the conversion of children, and passed whole nights in prayer 
for the conversion of his own, whom he taught and governed with 
the faithfulness of a Christian father. To great firmness and 
energy of character he united a habit of great personal industry, 
literally doing with his might what he found to do. During his 
last illness from dropsy, he was for seven months an example of 
Christian patience, the happy result of his settled confidence that 
the anchor of his hope was cast within the vale. He so familiar- 
ized himself with the bright scenes in prospect, that his conversa- 
tion and prayers evinced an ardent desire to depart and be with 
Christ. Without a struggle he fell asleep, -'calmly as to a night 
of repose." 

CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

953. Harriet Amelia, born Sept. 1, 1799 ; m. Alvah Wheeler, May 24, 1826. 

954. Albert Rodney, " Oct. 14, 1802; m. Delia Catharine Brown, 

April, 1832. 

955. Leander Wright, " Oct. 2, 1805; died July 28, 1820. 

956. Hiram Worthington, " March 30, 1 807 ; m. Mary Jane Oliphant. 

Dec. 10, 1834. 

957. Sophia A daline, " Oct. 20, 1808; m. Benj. Franklin Hoxsey, 

Sept., 1830. 

958. Frances Emeline, " July 31, 1810; m. George Clinton Wood, 

Aug. 3, 1830. 

959. Gurdon Henry, " March 27, 1812; m. Susan Eliza Brown, Dec. 

4, 1834. 

960. Aristarchus, " May 3, 1813; m. 1. Mary Matilda Chamber- 

lain, March 27, 1834 ; 2. Sarah E. Harri- 
son, Dec. 4, 1838. 

961. Clarissa, " Jan. 15, 1816 ; m. Hurlburt F. Fairchild, Sept. 

14, 1841. 
18 



138 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

962. Ralph, born April 9, 1817 ; m. Mercy Br'ujgs, April, 1857. 

963. DanAlonzo, " Nov. 12, 1819; m. Marietta Townsend,~Nov. 

28, 1843. 

CHILD BY THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

964. Lucius Edwards, born Jan. 17, 1824; m. Mary King Tuthill, May 

17, 1852. 

OlO. 

Gad Bulkeley, son of John and Judith Worthington Bulkeley, 
horn Feb. 20, 1779; married Orra Barstow, and settled in Canter- 
bury, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

965. Adaline, born 

966. John Worthington, " 

967. Samuel Barstow, " 

968. Simon Spalding, " 

61 1. 

Lydia Bulkeley, daughter of John and Judith Worthington 
Bulkeley, born April 25, 1781; was twice married: 1. To John 
Worthington; 2. To Dr. William Mason. 

61S. 

Dan Bulkeley, son of John and Judith Worthington Bulkeley, 
born March 20, 1784; married Phebe Burnett. 

613. 

Hareiet Bulkeley, daughter of John and Judith Worthington 
Bulkeley, born Jan. 22, 1787; married Samuel Mosely. 

6^0. 

Eunice Bulkeley, daughter of Daniel and Dorothy 01 instead 
Bulkeley, born April 14, 1772; married Roger Foote, May 26, 1790. 
Mr. Foote died June 10, 1823. Mrs. Eunice Foote died Jan. 22, 
1846, aged 74. 

CHILDREN. 

969. Eunice Foote, born May 12, 1791. 

970. Ezra " " Oct. 30, 1792 ; died July 29, 1793. 

971. Ezra " " June 7, 1795 ; m. Sarah Louisa Bowler. 

972. Dolly Olmsted " " March 3, 1797; m. David Shepard, of Gen- 

essee. 

973. Horace " " March 21, 1799; is an attorney at law, at 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



BULKELEY FAMILY 



139 



Foote, born July 15, 1801; m. Ralph C. Foote, of Col- 
chester. 
" June 10, 1804; resides at Perry, Ohio. 
" Sept. 7, 1806; m. Luke R islet/. 
" Aug. 15, 1809; m. Caroline Taylor. 
" Jan. 16, 1812. 

" July 12, 1813 ; Great Barrington, Mass. 
" July 1, 1817 ; Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

OSS. 

Oliver Bulkeley, son of Daniel and Dorothy Olmstead Bulke- 
ley, born July 24, 1776; married Sophia Foote, Nov. 2, 1797. 
He died Dec. 23, 1827, aged 62. 



974. 


Amelia 


975. 


Carter 


976. 


Caroline 


977. 


David 


978. 


Marina 


979. 


Linus 


980. 


Charles 









CHILDREN. 


981. 


William E., 


born Oct. 4, 1798. 


982. 


Daniel, 


it 


May 16, 1800. 


983. 


Oliver, 


a 


Jan. 4, 1802 ; died June 7, 1813. 


984. 


Lois, 


a 


Aug. 9, 1803. 


985. 


Benjamin, 


<< 


June 13, 1806 ; died June 22, 1819 


986. 


Sophia, 


n 


Jan. 2, 1808. 


987. 


Salmon Cone, 


a 


Feb. 23, 1810. 


988. 


Calvin Foote, 


a 


Oct. 19, 1811. 


989. 


Dorothy L., 


a 


May 28, 1814. 


990. 


Betsey F., 


tt 


April 27, 1816. 


991. 


Julia, 


tt 


June 27, 1819. 


992. 


Lucy, 


tt 


May 21, 1824. 



637. 

David Bulkeley, son of David and Hannah Beckwith Bulkeley, 
born Sept. 24, 1780; married Sally Chapman, Dec. 26, 1805. She 
was born May 13, 1782. 









CHILDREN. 


993. 


David Henry, 


born 


Sept. 19, 1806. 


994. 


Anna, 


a 


June 26, 1808. 


995. 


Jirah, 


a 


July 16, 1810. 


996. 


George Chapman, 


<( 


Sept. 9, 1812. 


997. 


Sally Maria, 


tt 


April 11, 1815. 


998. 


Frances Jane, 


a 


March 17, 1819 


999. 


Richard, 


a 


Feb. 17, 1824. 



639. 



Asa Bulkeley, son of Roger and Jerusha Root Bulkeley, born 
April 24, 1774; married Sophia Loomis, Dec. 12, 1796. She was 
born April 20, 1780. They resided in Colchester, Conn., where 
Mr. Bulkeley died, Dec. 24, 1804. 



140 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILDREN. 

1000. Eliza L., bom April 30, 1798 ; m. John Witter, April 30, 1817. 

1001. Jerusha, " Jan. 26, 1800; died Jan. 6, 1804. 

1002. John Adams, " Feb. 4, 1802; died in Alabama, unmarried, July, 1828. 

642. 

George Bulkeley, son of Roger and Jerusha Root Bulkeley, 
born March 8, 1780; married Sophia Loomis Bulkeley, widow of 
his deceased brother, Asa, Dec. 31, 1804. Mr. George Bulkeley 
died May 1, 1811; and his widow, Sophia, married John White, 
and died in Peoria, Illinois, Dec. 8, 1863. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE BULKELEY. 

1003. Augustus Worthington, born Oct. 18, 1805. 

1004. Caroline, " Nov. 4, 1807 ; m. Thomas Lord. 

1005. Aurelia, " Oct. 12, 1810. 

6413. 

Gershom Bulkeley, son of Roger and Jerusha Root Bulkeley, 
born May 14, 1788; married Sally Babcock, Oct. 12, 1809. 

CHILDREN. 

1006. Horatio Deming, born Dec. 8, 1810; died Sept. 28, 1823. 

1007. Amelia Josephine Maria, " May 15, 1817 ; m. Joseph McCall Goodwin, 

Oct. 7, 1841. 

648. 

Prentice Bulkeley, son of Peter and Mary Breed Bulkeley, 
born June 11, 1772; married and had children, but the name of 
his wife has not been ascertained. 

CHILDREN. 

1008. Enoch, born Dec. 31, 1801. 

1009. James, " 

650. 

Lucy Bulkeley, daughter of Peter and Mary Breed Bulkeley 
born March 9, 1778; married, about 1800, John Breed. 

CHILDREN. 

1010. John Breed, born ; died May 2, 1803. 

1011. Lucy, " " ; died Dec. 30, 1821. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Clarissa Bulkeley, daughter of Francis and Rhoda Griswold 
Bulkeley, born March 20, 1784; married Charles Noyes, of New 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



141 



Canaan, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1807. No record of children has been 
received. 

668. 
Francis Bulkeley, Jun., son of Francis and Rhoda Griswold 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 6, 1788; married Content Mix, of New Ha- 
ven, Nov. 9, 1811. He died at sea, in 1817, on board the Brig 
Regent, off Cape Trafalgar, aged 29 years. 

CHILDREN. 

1012. Sarah A., born Nov., 1814; m. Henry D. Field, of Waterbury. 

1013. Frances Henrietta, " Sept. 1817 ; m. Matthew G. Elliot. 

67^. 

James Henry Bulkeley, son of Francis and Elizabeth Fosdick 
Bulkeley, born July 23, 1799; removed to Philadelphia, Penn., in 
1814, and married Adeline Alexander, June 26, 1828. 



1014. Anna Alexander, 

1015. Elisabeth Fosdick, 

1016. Adeline Alexander, 

1017. James Henry, Jun., 



CHILDREN. 

born April 13, 1829 ; m. Henry S. Ogden. 

" Jan. 4, 1831 ; died Sept. 16, 1867. 

" May 8, 1832 ; unmarried. 

" June 11, 1834; died Jan. 17, 1875. James 
Henry Bulkeley, Jun., was on board the 
Powhattan, Captain Mercer, as Captain's 
Clerk, when that ship was sent to Vera Cruz 
at the beginning of the Rebellion. Was 
also on the Wabash frigate, Capt. Mercer, 
cruising off Charleston, and in the battle 
or attack on Fort Hatteras, at the entrance 
of Roanoke Sound ; afterwards with the 
army of Gen. McClellan, in the Commis- 
sary Department in Gen. McCall's com- 
mand, above Georgetown, D. C, and at 
Harrison's landing, on the James river. 
After this he received an appointment as 
Paymaster, U. S. Navy, on the Guard Store 
Ship, West India squadron, Admiral Gard- 
ner; then on the Vicksburgh, in the attack 
on Fort Fisher. Then on the Monocacy ( 
Captain Carter, Asiatic squadron, as Pay- 
master; remained in China and Japan seas 
four years; returned October, 1870, com- 
pletely broken down in health ; recovered 
somewhat, and was sent to Key West and 
Havana, on the Monitor Terror ; came back 
in March, 1872, and died of consumption, 
Jan. 17, 1873. 



142 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1018. Margaret Amelia, born Feb. 5, 1836; m. Edward Mclnlire. 

1019. Helen Victoria, " Dec. 24, 1837 ; died Dee. 12, 1869. 

1020. Mary Alrich, " Aug. 1, 1839 ; died June 9, 1840. 

1021. William Alexander, " July 2, 1841 ; m. Mary A. Riley. 

1022. Martha Wilson, " July 8, 1843 ; died July 28, 1843. 

1023. Emily Cummings, " June 22, 1845 ; died July 7, 1845. 

1024. Rosalie Augusta, " Sept. 8, 1848; died April 29, 1839. 

Charles Bulkeley, son of Francis and Elizabeth Fosdich Bulke- 
ley, born April 27, 1801, in Wethersfield, Conn.; removed from 
there to Philadelphia, in 1814, and married Eliza, Hunt, of Boston, 
Mass., Sept. 2, 1828. 

CHILDREN. 

1025. Eliza Hunt, born Aug. 15, 1829; m. Thomas C. Hill, Jan. 19, 1856. 

1026. Ann Caroline, " Nov. 11, 1831 ; m. John M icicle. 

1027. Frances Louisa, " Nov. 4, 1833. 

1028. Sallie Prentiss, " April 11, 1836 ; unmarried. 

1029. Charles, " May 17, 1838. 

1030. Joseph Mackey, " Oct. 30, 1839; died Aug. 4, 1841. 

Honor Francis Bulkeley, daughter of Edward and Diana 
Bunce Bulkeley, born in 1795; married Joel Chapin, in 1823. 

CHILDREN. 

1031. Francis Leroy Chapin. 

1032. Ann Wickham " 

1033. Eliza 

1034. Elisabeth Stillman 

Eliza Bulkeley, daughter of Edward and Diana Bunce Bulke- 
ley, born in 1799: married Richard Green, and died without chil- 
dren, at Philadelphia, in 1852. 

Edward Bulkeley, son of Edward and Diana Bunce Bulkeley, 
born in Wethersfield, Conn., in 1801; was apprenticed to Edward 
Shepherd, of the same place. In 1821 he joined the Congrega- 
tional church of that place. In 1822 he removed to New Haven. 
In 1825 he established himself in business in Orange street, New 
Haven ; has continued in business in the same street to the present 
time. In 1828 he was married to Lucy Mansfield, by the Bev. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. II.'! 

Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D., Dwight Professor of Didactic Theol- 
ogy in Yale College; and formerly pastor of the Center church, 
of which his wife was a member. In 1832 he, with others, organ- 
ized the Chapel Street Congregational church, now known as the 
( 'hurch of the Eedeemer. 

CHILDREN. 

10.35. Edward, born Oct. 30, 1828; died Feb. 19, 1831. 

1036. John Francis, " May 15, 1831 ; died June 19, 1832. 

1037. Edward, " May 15, 1833. 

Wealthy Bulkeley, daughter of Edward and Diana Bunce 
Bulkeley, born in 1804; married Jesse St. Joint. 

CHILDREN. 

1038. John Edward St. John. 

1039. Francis 

683. 

Susan White, daughter of Joseph and Lucy Bulkeley White, 
born Feb. 6, 1783; married Nathanael Eells, of AVhitestown, who 
died about 1825. She died in 1850, aged 67. 

CHILD. 

1040. Calvin White, born 

684. 
Lucy White, daughter of Joseph and Lucy Bulkeley White, 
born July 22, 1784; was twice married. 1. To Oman Clark, of 
Farmington, Conn., a farmer, who died Feb. 14, 1815. 2. To 
Jesse Stanley, of New Britain, Conn., a farmer, who died Aug. 19. 
1827, aged 48. 

CHILDREN BY HER FIRST HUSBAND. 

1041. Henry White Clark, born Feb., 1807; m. Emily Stanley, in 1832. 

1042. Sarah " " July 19, 1809 ; ra. Oren Stanley North. 

1043. Mervin " " July, 1812; m. Caroline Gupt.il. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

1045. A son, } died in infancy. 

V twins, born Mch. 20, 1818. 

1046. Almira Stanley. l m. George S. Coe. 

1047. Margaret " " Nov. 26, 1820; m. John E. Cowles 

1048. Oliver Cromwell " " Feb. 23; 1823 ; m. Charlotte Hine. 

686. 

Henry White, son of Joseph and Lucy Bulkeley White, born 
Feb. 8, 1788; married Julia Bidwell,oi Farmington, Feb. 7, 1815. 



144 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

She was born Nov. 25, 1797. He engaged in farming in Whites- 
town, but resides now in Utica, N. Y. Mrs. Julia "White died 
July 27, 1841, aged 43. 

CHILDREN. 

1049. Edward Bidwell While, born Dec. 4, 1815; died Aug. 17, 1828, aged 12. 

" Jan. 2, 1818; m. E. G. Peckham. 
" Mch. 26,1824; m. Henry Seymour Lansing. 
; died in infancy. 
; died in infancy. 
" Sept. 28, 1819; m. Henry Malsom. 

687. 
Abigail White, daughter of Joseph and Lucy Bulkeley White, 
born Aug. 26, 1789; married Samuel Wilcox, a farmer in Whites- 
town, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

1055. Julia Ann Wilcox, born Sept. 21, 1814. 



1050. 


Harriet Maria, 


1051. 


Jane Amelia 


1052. 


Emily 


1053. 


Abby 


1054. 


Sarah Eliza 



1056. Lucy Bulkeley 

1057. George Channcey 

1058. Susan Ells 
1056. Henry White 

1060. Edward Lindsley 

1061. Samuel 



Dec. 9, 1816. 
Dec. 29, 1818. 
March 5, 1823. 
Feb. 14, 1826. 
Nov. 6, 1829. 
Sept. 6, 1832. 



691. 

Thomas Bulkeley White, son of Joseph and Lucy Bulkeley 
White, born Feb. 3, 1797; married and had a family. He lived 
for a few years in Michigan. He was a soldier in the Mexican 
war, and died in Texas or Mexico, about 1850. Nothing is known 
of his family. 

Eliza White, daughter of Joseph and Lucy Bulkeley White, 
horn Nov. 7, 1798; married Reuben Wilcox, of Whitestown, and 
it is said, had four children, and died about 1825. Nothing 
further is known. 

693. 

Mary White, daughter of Joseph and Lucy Bulkeley White, 
born in 1800; married Henry Cooley, of Auburn, N. Y., and died 
without issue, in 1836. 

roa. 

Caroline Bulkeley, daughter of Stephen and Margaret N. 
Fanning Bulkeley, born in 1713; married I. W. Stuart, Esq., son 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 145 

of Prof. Moses Stuart, of Andover Theological Seminary, in the 
year 1834. They resided in Hartford, occupying the Charter Oak 
place, which Mrs. Stuart received by inheritance from her father. 
Mr. Stuart graduated at Yale, in the Class of 1828, with honors, 
and after graduation, devoted himself to literary pursuits until his 
death, which took place at Hartford. 

CHILDREN. 

1062. Ellen Margaretta. 

1063. Isabella Winthrop. 

1064. Grace Chetwood. 

713. 

George Bulkeley, son of Brownwell and Dolly North Bulkeley, 
born Nov. 20, 1814; married Esther Pendleton, and resides in Cov- 
entry, Chenango County, New York. 

CHILDREN. 

1065. Grace, l>orn 

1066. Robert, 

714. 

Francis Bulkeley, son of Brownwell and Dolly North Bulke- 
ley, born April 16, 1819; married Grace Joella Adams. He grad- 
uated at Union College, Schenectady, N. Y., in 1838: afterwards 
became a planter of Richland, S. C. Mrs. Bulkeley died Oct. 18, 
1858. 

CHILDREN. 

1067. Annie, born 

1068. Francis, " 

1069. Julia, " Sept. 9, 1823 ; m. M. S. Converse. 

715. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Eunice Robbins Bulke- 
ley, born April 8, 1785; married Thomas Selden, of East Haddam, 
Conn. She died August 13, 1853, and left no children. 

717. 

Henry Bulkeley, son of Charles and Eunice Robbins Bulkeley, 
born March 7, 1789; married Betsey Dodd, of Hartford, who died 
April 15, 1872. 
19 



146 




BULKELEY FAMILY 






CHILDREN. 


1070. 


Susan. 




1071. 


Maria. 




1072. 
1073. 


Eunice. 
Elisabeth. 




1074. 
1075. 


Mary. 
Charles. 





718. 

Archibald Bulkeley, son of Charles and Eunice Rollins Bulke- 
ley, born April 6, 1792, twin brother to Ashbel Bulkeley; married 
Wealthy Ann Burr, of Hartford, in September, 1815. 



CHILDREN. 



1076. 


Eliza. 


1077. 


Maurice. 


1078. 


Cornelia. 


1079. 


Ann Augusta. 


1080. 


Francis. 


1081. 


Archibald B. 



719. 

Ashbel Bulkeley, son of Charles and Eunice Rollins Bulkeley, 
twin brother to Archibald Bulkeley, born April 6, 1792; married 
Eliza Fanning, of Charleston, S. C, May 25, 1816. 



CHILDREN. 

1082. Charles H. 

1083. Ashbel. 

1084. Eliza. 



yso. 

Erastus Bulkeley, son of Charles and Eunice Rollins Bulke- 
ley, born Nov. 6, 1793; married Mary Wallridge. 









CHILDREN 




1086. 


Edwin Adolphus, 


born Jan. 


25 


, 1826, Charleston, S. C. ; m. Catha 








rine 


F. 


Oakley. 


1087. 


Theodore Augustus, 










; m. Harriet L. Skinner. 


1088. 


Frederick Conrad, 


tt 








; m. Fanny Wilcox. 


1089. 


Henry Deming, 


tt 








; m. Car a Byxbee. 


1090. 


Reginald Walbridge, 










; m. Came A. Wilkinson. 


1091. 


Mary Virginia, 


it 








; m. Arthur F. Hanks. 



mi. 

Emeline Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Eunice Rollins 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 6, 1793, twin sister of Erastus Bulkeley; mar- 



BULKELEY FAMILY 14 7 

ried & B. P. Hall, May 14, 1826. Now of Bingliamton, N. Y. 
She died Aug. 28, 1855, at Balston Spa, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

1092. Charles S., born May 20, 1827, at Bingliamton ; graduated at Yale, 

1869 ; no children. 

1093. William B., " ; m. Elisabeth £. J. Paddock. 

1094. Josephine E. M., " ; m. Hugh Allen; one child, Jane E. 

1095. Theodore Parsons, " ; m. Alexandrine L. Godfrey; gradu- 

ated at Yale, 1857. 

1096. Richard H., " ; m., 1. Hannah P. Trowbridge; 2. 

Kate E. CressioelL 

733. 

Mary Bulkeley Williams, daughter of Willis and Rhoda 
Bullceley Williams, born June 16, 1806; married John Edwards, 
Dec. 7, 1836. 

CHILD. 

1097. Henry Edwards, 

734. 

Lorenzo Lewis Williams, son of Ralph Willis and Rhoda 
Bulkeley Williams, born April 24, 1808; married Emetine Cook. 







CHILDREN. 


1098. 


Rhoda B. 


Williams* 


1099. 


Emeline C. 


<< 


1100. 


Diana H. 


u 


1101. 


George C. 


t< 


1102. 


Mary B, 


u 


1103. 


Elisabeth O. 


<< 


1104. 


A son, born after the making of his father's will, 



736. 

Alfred North, son of Dr. Nathan and Nancy Bulkeley North, 
born at Exeter, New Hampshire, March 10, 1807; married, 1. Mi- 
nerva Bryan, of Fairfield, N. Y., June 7, 1835; sailed for Singa- 
pore, as Missionary of the A. B. C. F. M., July 20, 1835; returned 
to the United States in October, 1847. He married, 2. Martha 
Bryan, of Fairfield, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1851, and died at Chilton, 
Wisconsin, March 3, 1869. 

CHILDREN. 

1105. Edwin Barnes North, born January* 29, 1837, at Singapore— sent to 

America in 1845; graduated at Mari- 
etta College in 1863, and died at Port 
Hudson, La., in 1864. 



148 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1106. Martha Bryan North, born Jan. 5 , 1839 — sent to the U. S. in 1845; 

sailed from San Francisco for Pekin, 
as Missionary of the Women's Union 
Missionary Society, June 1, 1870. 

1107. Anna Catharine " Dec 3, 1840, at Singapore; m. Alvan D. 

Wilder, of Sacramento, Cal., Nov., 
1870. Lives at South Vallejo, Cal., 
and has two children. 

1108. Thomas Hastings " " Jan. 22, 1843, at Singapore. Served in 

the Federal army during the Rebellion ; 
m. Sarah Humphrey, of Bachelder, 
Kansas, Feb. 29, 1868. Lives at Wake- 
field, Clay County, Kansas, and has 
four children. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND MARRIAGE. 

1109. Orlando Bryan North, bornYeb., 1852, at Trenton, N. Y. Lives 

at Springfield, 111, 

1110. William Whiteside " " Oct., 1857, at Pittsford, N. Y. Lives 

at Springfield, 111. 

739. 

Theresa Orne Bulkeley North, daughter of Dr. Nathan and 
Nancy Bulkeley North, born July 22, 1815; married Ezra Sterling 
Ely, Feb., 1843. 

CHILD. 

1111. Nathan North Ely, born Sept., 1844, at Cheektowaga, N. Y. ; died 

Feb., 1861. 

746. 

Gerrit P. Post, son of John G. and Louisa Bulkeley Post, born 
Nov. 9, 1812; married Ruth Keith, of Newport, New York, Jan. 
12, 1836. 

CHILDREN. 

1112. Julia Ward Post, born Oct. 20, 1836, at Newport, N. Y. ; m. Freder- 

ick Fitch. 

1113. John Williams " " June 17, 1841, at Boonville, N. Y. ; died at 

Harper's Ferry, Va., Nov. 1, 1862. 

1114. Margaret Louisa " " March 23, 1846; m. Frederick Fitch, Octo- 

ber 1, 1868. 

Peter Bulkeley Post, son of John G. and Louisa Bulkeley 
Post, born July 25, 1817; married Elisabeth Smith, of Bristol, 
Conn., Nov. 17, 1842. He died Oct. 2, 1862. 

CHILDREN. 

1115. Bertha Louisa Post, born April 12, 1846; m. Charles Allen Alger. 
1115J. Adrian Bulkeley " " April 30, 1856, at Boonville, N. Y. 



BULKELEY F A M I L V . 149 

750. 

George R. Post, son of John G. and Louisa Bulkehy Post, born 
May 1. 1824; married Elizabeth Lee Whaples, of New Britain, 
Conn., June 23, 1851. 

CHILDREN. 

1116. Caroline Elizabeth Post, born April 15, 1854. 

1117. John Gerard " " Oct. 15, 1855 ; died Feb. 5, 1862. 

1118. George Curtis " " April 15, 1860; died Dec. 9, 1862. 

1119. May Lee " " April 12, 1865. 

1120. Gerritt Bulkeley " " July 26, 1867. 

I Jobnelius Bulkeley Irwin, son of Peter and Lydia Bulkehy 
Irwin, born June V, 1811; married Marin North, in 1835. Lives 
at New Britain, Conn. 

( 'harles North Bass, M. D., son of Samuel and Belinda Bulke- 
ley Bass, born Aug. 30, 1816; married Juliette Burnham, Aug. 29, 
1841. of Leyden, N. Y.. and died Aug. 31, 186."). 

CHILDREN. 

1121. Charles Samuel Bass, born July, 1847, at Leyden. 

1122. Belinda Eliza " " Jan. 16, I 850, at Leyden ; died April 13, 1853. 



Joseph Edmund Bulkeley, son of Edmund and Xancey Rob- 
bins Bulkeley, born Feb. 9, 1812, at Rocky Hill; left his native 
place at the age of 13, and located as clerk in New York City. 
He early established himself as a wholesale leather merchant. 
where, by diligence and industry, he built up and sustained a very 
successful and lucrative business, which he has continued until the 
present time, having united his sons with him as co-partners in 
trade. This branch prefer to spell the name Bulkley. 

He married Mrs. Mary Lawrence BickneV, daughter of John 
Lawrence, of Newton, L. I., Oct. 23d, 1837. 

CHILDREN. 

1122.V. Elizabeth L., adopted daughter; m. George A. Welles. 

1123. Edmund Williams, born Oct. 2, 1838; m. Caroline J. Turner. 

1124. Justus Lawrence, " July 4,1840; m. Laura E. Caldwell. 

1125. Josephine, " Dec. 13, 1841 : m. Theodore M . Barnes. 

1126. Mary L., " Aim. 24, 1843; m. Ferdinand S. Ents. 

1127. Marguerite, " June 13, 1847. 



150 BULKELEY K A M I L Y . 

Justus Robbins Bulkeley, son of Edmund and Nancey Robbins 
Bulkeley. born at Rocky Hill, March 9th. 1815; married at 
Augusta. Georgia, to Mary K. Adams, daughter of John M. Ad- 
ams, May 1, 1851. He was a merchant in Augusta, Georgia, from 
1834 to 1853. From 1855 to his death (at Rye, Dec. 30, 1862,) 
he was President of the New York and New Haven Railroa.l. 

CHILDREN. 

1128. Julius Huntington, born Feb. 22, 1852, at Augusta, Ga., died March 

13th, 1855. 

1129. Sarah Adams, " Sept. 20, 1853, at Ravenswood, L. I. Lost at 

sea on the Yille Du Havre, Nov. 22, 1873. 

Martha Robbins Bulkeley, daughter of Henry and Martha 
Twkei Bulkely. born Dec. 31, 1848; married William Brown, of 
Glastonbury, May 18, 1867. 

CHILDREN. 

1130. Martha Elizabeth, born Oct. 15, 1867. 

1131. Willie Wallace, " Nov. 24, 1869. 

1132. Eugene Augustus, " Mch. 27, 1871. 

1133. A daughter, " Feb. 17, 1874. 

Amelia Bulkeley. daughter of Walter Williams Bulkeley, 
born : married Rev. Horace Williams. 

780. 

Susan M. Bulkeley, daughter of Walter Williams Bulkeley, 

born : married Hiram 11. Webb, of Rockingham, N. G, 

Oct. 8, 1855. 

784. 
Mercy Miller, daughter of Caleb and Dorothy Butler Miller, 
and granddaughter of Nathaniel and Abigail Bulkeley Miller, born 
Nov. 28, 1V96; married Braddick G. Brand, in Madison, Hamil- 
ton County, N. Y., April 27, 1815, a blacksmith by trade. She 
died in Lodi, Spencer County, N. Y., July 27, 1835. He was 
born in Hopkinton, R. 1., June 8, 1792, and died Jan. 1, 1868. 

CHILDREN. 

1134. Amanda M. Brawl, born August 21, 1821 ; never married. 

1135. Abigail D., " June 18, 1830 ; never married. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



151 



788. 
Urben Butler Miller, son of Caleb and Dorothy Butler Miller 
and grandson of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley Miller, born Dec. 
31, 1800 ; married Anna Rees, of Sherburne, N. Y., May 23, 1822. 
He died at Fort Wayne, Indiana, ' March 31, 1861. He was a 
Baptist Clergyman. 

CHILDREN. 

Kendrick B. Miller, born Oct. 1, 1825, at Berkshire, N. Y.; m. Rose 

Hotchkiss, at Medina, Mich., Jan. 23, 1853. 

" March 19, 1829, Virgil, N. Y.; m. Margaret 
Embry, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Sept. 10, 1855. 

" Dec. 30, 1832, at Hector, Tompkins County, 
N. Y.; m. Mary Smith Huntington, of In- 
diana, Nov. 12, 1863. 

" Sept. 10, 1834, at Farmersville, Seneca County, 
N. Y.; m. Charles Philly, of Fort Wayne, 
Indiana, Dec. 31, 1856. 

" July 16, 1836, at Geneva, Ontario County, 
m. Rev. George A. Simonson, of Indianapo- 
lis, Indiana, Jan. 30, 1860. She died Oct. 
23, 1868. 

" June 6, 1 838, at Geneva, Ontario County, N. 
Y.; m. Jacob Kees, of Adamsville, Mich., 
Dec. 23, 1862. 

" May 14, 1841, at Waterloo, Seneca County, 
N. Y.; m. a lady in Topeka, Kansas, Nov. 
12, 1873. He was 8 years in service of the 
U. S. government. 
" April 20, 1846, at Edwardsburg, Mich. 
" June 30, 1848, at Phelps, N. Y.; m. Warren 
T. Bush, of Fabius, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1867. 



1136. 



1137. Nathanael C. 



1138. Claudius C. 



1139. Martha 



1140. Mary J. 



1141. Mercy A. 



1142. Jacob R. 



1143. 
1144. 



Ulrick Urben 
Anna E. 



787. 
Solomon Bulkeley Miller, son of Caleb and Dorothy Butler 
Miller and grandson of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley Miller, 
born Sept. 12, 1803 ; married Fanny Burton in Hamilton, Madison 
County, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1828. She was born April 4, 1805, and 
died Dec. 11, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

1145. Oscar F. Miller, born April 4, 1831, in Hamilton, Madison County, N. 

Y.; m. Marion Walker in Bath, N. Y., Oct. 28, 
1856. Has been for several years a practicing 
physician ; was in the war of the rebellion, act- 
ing as Chief Apothecary nearly a year ; taken 
sick and discharged ; has four children. 

1146. Josephine L. " " Dec. 4, 1832, in Hamilton, Madison County, N.Y. 



152 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1 147. Jane Rebeccah Miller, born July 26, 1834, in Lodi, Seneca County, N. Y. 

1148. Dorothy Esther " " April 13, 1836, in " " " " ; 

m. George Loonier March 6, 1859 ; one child, 
Hettie, born April 23, 1865. 

1149. Caleb Elijah " " March 5, 1838, at Lodi, Seneca County, N. Y. 

1150. AmosBulkeley " " Feb. 17, 1840, at " " " " 

1151. Solomon Butler " " Nov. 8, 1842, at " 

Died in the war of the rebellion. 

1152. Lyman " " July 18, 1844, at Lodi, Seneca County, N. Y. 

791. 

Thankful Button, daughter of George and Rebeccah Miller 
Button and granddaughter of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley 
Miller, born Aug. 18, 1800, married William Knapp, Jan. 27, 
1820. He was born April 3, 1800. 

CHILDREN. 

1153. Edward Miller Knapp, born March 14, 1821. 

1154. Anna B. " " March 15, 1825. 

1155. Frances Angeline " " Oct. 29, 1827. 

1156. Thankful I. " " Feb. 26, 1830. 

1157. George R. " " March 21, 1831. 



793. 

Nancy Button, daughter of George and Rebeccah Miller Button 
and granddaughter of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley Miller, born 
July 8, 1807 ; married Ariel T. Alderman. He was born Oct. 6, 
1803. 

CHILDREN. 

1158. Austin Alderman, born Aug. 31, 1829. 

1159. Julia C. " " Aug. 8, 1831. 
1159£. Denio T. " " Feb. 26, 1834. 

1160. Homer M. " " April 24, 1843. 

796. 

Amanda Miller, daughter of Elijah Bulkeley and Ruth Hall 
Miller and granddaughter of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley Mil- 
ler, born Feb. 15, 1809 ; married Horace Hall, Dec. 25, 1828. 

CHILDREN. 

1161. Sarah C. Hall, born Sept. 28, 1831. 

1162. Helen M. " " Apr. 20, 1834. 

1163. Charles V. " " Apr. 23, 1837. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 153 

798. 

Adaline C. Miller, daughter of Elijah and Kuth Hall Miller 
and granddaughter of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley Miller, born 
Nov. 3, 1814 ; married Rev. C. D. Burlingham, Sept. 7, 1834. 







CHILDREN. 


1164. 


Marion Burlingham, 


born Sept. 29, 1837 


1165. 


John Emory 


" Jan. 6, 1840. 


1166. 


Charles Herman " 


" July 5, 1842. 


1167. 


William 


" 1844. 


1168. 


Franklin " 


" June 27, 1847. 


1169. 


Amos C. 


" Sept. 18, 1855 



799. 

Hannah H. Miller, daughter of Elijah and Ruth Hall Miller 
and granddaughter of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley Miller, born 
Jan. 30, 1819 ; married Charles Todd, Oct. 13, 1844. 

CHILDREN. 

1170. Ruth Maria Todd, born Oct. 12, 1846. 

1171. Geor-e " " Oct. 21, -1854. 

1172. Charles Herbert " " Oct. 18, 1858. 

800. 

Nathanael "W". Miller, son of Elijah and Ruth Hall Miller, and 
grandson of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley Miller, born October 
9, 1820; married Juliaette Kenyon, July 22, 1848. 

CHILDREN. 

1173. Elijah B., born May 18, 1850. 

1174. Henry E., " April 29, 1855. 

1175. MaryN., " September 6, 1856. 

SOS. 

Hiram C. Miller, son of Elijah and Ruth Hall Miller, and grand- 
son of Nathanael and Abigail Bulkeley Miller, born June 25, 1834; 
married Mary Canfield. 

SOS. 

Sarah M. Bulkeley, daughter of James and Hannah Myers 
Bulkeley, born September 4, 1803; married Sylvester Goodrich. 
Mr. Goodrich is a farmer, and resides in Rocky Hill. 

CHILDREN. 

1176. Sarah Goodrich, born August 26, 1838. 

1177. Charles A., " " December 22, 1839. 

1178. Martha J., " " August 29, 1843. 

20 



154 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

804. 

Harriet Bulkeley, daughter of James and Hannah Myers Bulke- 
ley, born November 30, 1805; married Rodolphus Griswold, son of 
Joel Griswold, of Simsbury. The following names of children 
were furnished by a relative from memory, without dates. They 
may not be named in their order: 

CHILDREN. 

1179. Augustus Grisivold. 

1180. Watson 

1181. Harriet 

1182. Mary 

1183. Laura " 

1184. Emma Jane " 

1185. Smith 

1186. George 

1187. Kodolphus 

1188. Eliza 

1189. Nancy 

1190. Sarah M. 

SOS. 

Julia Bulkeley, daughter of James and Hannah Myers Bulke- 
ley, born July 3, 1807; married Daniel Small They reside in the 
state of Rhode Island. 

CHILDREN. 

1 191. Francis Hubbard Small, born August 25, 1838. 

1192. Eliza Jane " " December 2, 1 840. 

1193. James B. " " 1845. 

1194. Harriet M. " " 1850. 

806. 

James Bulkeley, Jr., son of James and Hannah Myers Bulkeley, 
born August 30, 1811 ; married Julia Risley. 

CHILDREN. 

1195. Walter, born 

1196. Jane, 

1197. Ralph 

807. 

George W. Bulkeley, son of James and Hannah Myers Bulke- 
ley, born September 6, 1814; married Lucy Sperry, April 17, 1842. 
He was a machinist, and resided in Bloomfield, Conn. He died in 
1874. 

CHILDREN. 

1198. Laura Ann, born February 14th, 1844. 

1199. Eliza M., " May 15, 1849. 



BCLKELEY FAMILY. 155 

1200. Mary Elisabeth, born July 17, 1855. 

1201. Carrie Emma, " September 27, 1860. 

1202. Lydia Ida, " April 20, 1863. 

1203. George Henry, " January 7, 1869. 

SOS. 

Eliza Bulkeley, daughter of James and Hannah Myers Bulke- 
ley, born December 15, 1816; married Isaac Sperry, April 8, 1840, 
and died March 17, 1848. 

CHILD. 

1204. Ellen Eliza, born April 7, 1842; married Elisha J. Arnold. 

809. 

Nancy Bulkeley, daughter of James and Hannah Myers Bulke« 
ley, born June 2. 1818; married Edward Risley. Mr. Risley is a 
blacksmith, and resides in Rocky Hill. 

CHILDREN. 

1205. Jane E. Risley, born June 15, 1839; died January 22, 1856. 

1206. Sarah M. " " March 6, 1 847 ; married Donald L. Vaughn. 

1207. Martha W." " March 5, 1848; married Frank Belden. 

1208. Edwin J. " " March 6, 1849; died young. 

1209. Edwin J. " " August 15, 1850; died young. 

1210. AlmiraJ. " " March 17, 1853; died August 24, 1854. 

1211. Alice J. " " November 30, 1855. 

1212. George B. " " November 18, 1858. 

1213. Emma J. " " October 5, 1859. 

810. 

Jane Ellen Bulkeley, daughter of James and Hannah Myers 
Bulkeley, born April 7, 1822; married Joseph S. Latham, August 
27, 1845, of Providence, R. I. 

CHILDREN. 

1214. James Alfred Latham, born April 9, 1849. 

1215. Joseph Augustus " " December 6, 1850. 

1216. Charles Bulkeley " " July 9, 1859. 

SI 1. 

"William R. Bulkeley, son of James and Hannah Myers Bulke* 
ley, born April 7, 1825; married Emma L. Freeman, Januarys, 
1850. He is a farmer and teamster, and resides in Rocky Hill. 

CHILDREN. 

1217. William F., born May 29, 1851. 

1218. James H., " February 14, 1854. 

1219. Helen E., " May 1, 1856, 



156 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1220. Emma M., born August 1, 1858. 

1221. Charles E., " April 5, 1863. 

1222. Mary, " February 28, 1866. 

1223. George G., " February 4, 1871. 

SIS. 

Maria Bulkeley, daughter of Justus and Mabel Brandegee 
Bulkeley, born ; married Lyman Wilson. Tliey 

are reported to have had three children, but no names have been 
returned. 

814. 

Edwin Bulkeley, son of Justus Bulkeley and Mabel Brandegee 
Bulkeley, born ; was twice married. Nothing further 

is known. 

815. 

Mary Amelia Bulkeley, daughter of Justus and Mabel Bran- 
degee Bulkeley; married Francis Chambers, Dec. 7, 1854. 

CHILDREN. 

1224. Agnes Bulkeley Chambers, born Dec. 3, 1855. 

1225. Mary R. " " Oct. 10, 1861. 

816. 

Harriet Bulkeley, daughter of Justus and Mabel Brandegee 
Bulkeley; married Mr. Lester. 

8QO. 

Thomas Stanley Bobbins, son of Allen and Amelia Bulkeley 
Robbins, born Oct. 17, 1805; was twice married, 1. To Martha C. 
Sears, August 30, 1832. She was born June 5, 1810, and died 
Dec. 23, 1843. 2. To Marabah McConner, May 2, 1844. She died 
Jan. 15, 1849. 







CHILDREN. 


1226. 


Caroline A., 


born Aug. 7, 1833. 


1227. 


Cbloe M., 


" Dec. 7, 1835. 


1228. 


Martha U. B., 


" March 8, 1838. 


1229. 


Allen Austin, 


" Sept. 26, 1839; died Oct. 24, 1843. 


1230. 


Mary Louise, 


" Sept. 10, 184L 


1231. 


Emeline E., 


" Dec. 15, 1843; died Feb. 21, 1845. 



CHILDREN BT THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 



1233. Martha A., born May 20, 1846. 

1234. Marabah M., " Feb. 17, 1848; died Feb. 15, 1849. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 157 

8S1. 

Chloe W. Robbins, daughter of Allen and Amelia Bulkeley 
Robbins, born Jan. 9, 1808; married Frederick Marsh, of Montpelier, 
Vt. Had one child, died in infancy. 

CHILD. 

1235. An infant, born ; died 

832. 

Allen A. Robbins, son of Allen and Amelia Bulkeley Robbins, 
born May 15, 1816; married Ably Ann Goodrich, Oct. 29, 1840. 

CHILDREN. 

1236. Thomas Hamlin Robbins, born Nov. 4, 1841 ; graduated at Yale 1868. 

1237. Annie Amelia " " July 15, 1845 ; in. Wm. G. Robbins. 

824. 

Abigail U. B. Robbins, daughter of Allen and Amelia Bulkeley 
Robbins, born Jan. 19, 1819; married Rev. Joshua L. Maynard, Oct. 
14, 1840. She died May 11, 1845. 

CHILDREN. 

1238. Amelia Caroline Maynard t born June, 1842. 

1239. Francis A. " " 1843. 

1240. Joshua Bond " 

1241. Robert Leland " " 

Emily Webster Robbins, daughter of Allen and Amelia Bulke- 
ley Robbins, born Jan. 14, 1825; married, Feb. 6, 1845, Robert Sug- 
den, Jr. 

CHILDREN. 

1242. Robert Allen Sugden, born Sept. 8, 1847. 

1243. Amelie M. " " Aug. 24, 1849. 

1244. Abbie Lizzie " " March 26, 1852 ; died May 1, 1867. 

1245. Emily Robbins " " Oct. 1, 1861. 

826. 

Amelia Ann Bulkeley, daughter of John G. and Abigail Hart 
Bulkeley; married Norman Butler. 

827. 

Ursula Bull Bulkeley, daughter of John and Abigail Hart 
Bulkeley; married Josiah Button. 



158 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILDREN. 

1246. Catharine Button. 

1247. Hosca B. " 

1248. John 

1249. Abigail 

829. 

Hose a Bulkeley, son of John G-. and Abigail Hart Bulkeley, 
born , 1819; married Susan Petit of Middleto wn. 

CHILD. 

1250. Mary, born June 12, 1842 ; m. Edward S. Thompson of Glastonbury. 

831. 

Benjamin G. Bulkeley, son of John G. and Abigail Hart Bulke- 
ley, born Nov. 29, 1818; married Emily Abigail Clark of Meriden, 
Dec. 30, 1839. Resides in Meriden, Conn. She was born July 
22, 1820. 

CHILDREN. 

1251. Sarah Gertrude, born July 3, 1841; m. Jasper E. Higb'y, Dec. 19, 

1863. 

1252. Caroline Christine, " Nov. 18, 1843; m. Wm. Henry Allen, May 28, 

1864. 

1253. William Benjamin, " Sept. 15, 1845 ; m. Hattie Moffit, April 25, 

1871. 

1254. Ella May, " Feb. 18, 1851. 

830. 

Caroline Hart Bulkeley, daughter of John G. and Abigail 
Hart Bulkeley, born Aug. 8, 1812; married Philip Butler of Mid- 
dletown, Nov. 25, 1834. They reside in the northern part of 
Cromwell. 

CHILDREN. 

1256. Richard Valentine Butler, born Nov. 9, 1838; died July 17, 1841. 

1257. Susie L. " " June 3, 1842 ; m. Benjamin Ranney. 

1258. Horace R. ) . „ „ $ m. Cora Wilcox. 

1259. Henry R. \ twinb > A P nl > 1845 > j died Jan. 13, 1872. 

1260. Carrie A. " " April 7, 1852. 

83S. 

Frances Bulkeley, daughter of John G. and Abigail Hart 
Bulkeley, born ; married William Clark. They reside in 

Meriden. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 159 

834, 

William Bulkeley, son of Dr. Sylvester and Mary Johnson 
Bulkeley, born ; married Lurania Belden. 

CHILD. 

1261. William. 

835. 

Mary Ann Bulkeley, daughter of Dr. Sylvester and Mary John- 
son Bulkeley, born ; married John Brandagee. 

CHILDREN. 

1262. Mary Brandagee, born 

1263. William Sylvester 

83C5. 

Martha G. Bulkeley, daughter of Gershom and Laura Good- 
rich Bulkeley, born Dec. 11, 1826; married Lucius M. Beaumont, 
Nov. 27, 1845. She had four children, which are recorded under 
Head number 839. 

837. 

Edmund Beaumont, son of Ira and Mabel Bulkeley Beaumont, 
born Sept. 2, 1812; married Elisabeth Church in the spring of 1835. 

CHILDREN. 

1264. Edmund Church, bora 

1265. Frank, 

1266. Eumona, " 

838. 

Ira 0. Beaumont, son of Ira and Mabel Bulkeley Beaumont, 
born in 1814 ; married Sarah Douglass. 

* 

CHILD. 

1267. Olive Beaumont. 

839. 

Lucius M. Beaumont, son of Ira and Mabel Bulkeley Beaumont, 
born Dec. 4, 1816 ; married Martha G. Bulkeley, daughter of 
Gershom and Laura Goodrich Bulkeley, Nov. 27, 1845. (Vide 
under head number 836.) 

CHILDREN. 

1268. Laura Mabel Beaumont, born Aug. 10, 1846 ; m. Frank Dickinson, Sept. 

6, 1865. 

1269. William L. " " Dec. 2, 1851. 

1270. Paul " " April 11, 1857. 

1271. Virginie " " March 22, 1863 ; died April 18, 1863. 



160 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



840. 

Charles G. Beaumont, son of Ira and Mabel Bulkeley Beaumont, 
born Dec. 24, 1818 ; married Mary Pratt, May 6, 1842. 







CHILDREN. 


1272. 


Lucius S. Beaumont, 


horn June 22, 1843 ; m. Ellen Madigan. 


1273. 


George E. " 


" June 17, 1845; m. Emma Ward, Oct. 31, 1867 


1274. 


Charles ' ' 


" Nov. 27, 1848 ; died Feb. 19, 1855. 


1275. 


Olive 


" Dec. 14, 1850; m. William E. Pratt. 


1276. 


Alfred 


" Dec. 3, 1853. 


1277. 


Charles " 


" July 17, 1856. 


1273. 


Ira " 


" Nov. 24, 1858. 


1279. 


John L. 


" Feb. 23, 1861. 


1280. 


Mary E. " 


" March 12, 1863. 



841. 

Laura Beaumont, daughter of Ira and Mabel Bulkeley Beau- 
mont, born March 31, 1821 ; married Alfred Smith. She died 
Oct. 24, 1849. 

CHILDREN. 

1281. Catharine Smith, born Jan. 14, 1848 ; m. Robert Scranton. 

1282. Henry Lewis " " July 12, 1852 ; died Feb. 5, 1853. 

1283. Mabel " " April 24, 1854. 

1284. Edward " " Feb. 8, 1857. 



843. 

Thomas Beaumont, son of Ira and Mabel Bulkeley Beaumont, 
born 1824 ; married Josephine Peckwell. 



1285. 


Olive, 


born. 


1286. 


Mary, 


<< 


1287. 


Thomas, 


CI 


1288. 


Catharine, 


t( 



844. 

Emeline Beaumont, daughter of Ira and Mabel Bulkeley Beau- 
mont, born about 1826 ; married Joseph McFarland. 

CHILDREN. 

1289. Ira Beaumont McFarland, born April, 1854; died in 3 weeks. 

1290. Sarah " " June 23, 1855. 

1291. Josephine " " July 27, 1858. 

1292. Emeline " " June 17, 1860. 

1293. Mabel " " Dec. 7, 1867. 



4, 1848. 




1294. 


John G. 




1295. 


Anna M. 




1296. 
1297. 

1298. 


Josephine 
Harriet B. 

Seth R. 


11 


1299. 


Sarah S. 





BULKELEY FAMILY. 161 

845. 

Harriet L. Beaumont, daughter of Ira and Mabel Bulkeley 
Beaumont, born Feb. 15, 1831 ; married John W. Lockwood, May 

CHILDREN. 

Lochwood, born April 30, 1849. 

" " Aug. 18, 1851 ; m. Raymond Claghorne. 

" " May 22, 1853 ; m. Col. James Forney. 

" May 17, 1855 ; m. Albert F. Mills, Oct. 
1873; died April 24, 1875. 
" " March 30, 1858; died young. 

" " Oct. 15, 1860. 

849. 

Abigail R. Smith, daughter of Davis and Abigail S. Smith, born 
Nov. 7, 1821 ; married Moses W. Williams, Oct. 30, 1841. Mr. 
"Williams is a farmer, and they reside in Rocky Hill. 

CHILDREN. 

1300. Henry Chapman Williams, born March 9, 1844 ; m. Cornelia Neff. 

1301. Catharine Louise " " Feb. 20, 1847 ; died Aug. 3, 1852. 

1302. Ella Frances " " Dec. 13, 1853; m. Stephen Francis 

Churchill. 

1303. Margaret Smith, " " Aug. 4, 1856 ; died March 3, 1870. 

852. 

Mary J. Smith, daughter of Davis and Abigail S. Bulkeley 
Smith, born Nov. 4, 1823 ; marriedAmJro.se Wolcott, Feb. 4, 1853. 
They reside in Wallingford, Conn. Mr. Wolcott is a farmer. 

CHILDREN. 

1304. Francis Wolcott, born July 12, 1854; died Aug. 18, 1854. 

1305. Charles " " May 2, 1856. 

1306. Carrie " " Sept. 4, 1859. 

1307. George « " May 12, 1861. 
1S08. Ida " " Nov. 23, 1863. 

83SJ. 

Henry Horace Smith, son of Davis and Abigail S. Bulkeley 
Smith, born Dec. 1, 1829 ; married Phillippa G. Hublard, May 7, 
1854. They reside in Middletown, Ct. 









CHILDREN. 


1309. 


Arthur Davis 


Smith, 


born June 29, 1855 


1310. 


Sarah Collins 


<< 


" April 7, 1859. 


1311. 


Georgianna 


a 


" Nov. 29, 1861. 


1312. 


Jerome Collins 


it 


" Oct. 24, 1869. 


1313. 


Harry HittTard 
21 


<K 


" Nov. 16, 1871. 



132 BULKELEY FAMILY, 

856. 

Martha Amelia Smith, daughter of Davis and Abigail S. 
Bulkeley Smith, born Feb. 11, 1832 ; married Walter S. Wilcox, 
Nov. 12, 1856. They reside in Hartford, Conn., where he is a 
foreman of blacksmitking at Colt's factory. 

CHILDREN. 

1314. Alfred Davis Wilcox, born May 17, 1859 ; died Jan. 17, 1867. 

1315. Henry Williams " " July 9, 1868. 

860. 

Ebenezee Bulkeley, son of Allen and Eliza Riley Bulkeley, 
born ; married Anastasia Crittenden. No record of chil- 
dren has been furnished. 

861. 

Harriet Abbot Bulkeley, daughter of Allen and Eliza Riley 
Bulkeley, born ; married Henry Roberts. 

SOS. 

Mary Jane Bulkeley, daughter of Allen and Eliza Riley 
Bulkeley, born ; married William Sjiear. 

t 866. 

Jane Bulkeley, daughter of Frederick and Nancey Riley 
Bulkeley, born Jan. 2, 1819 ; married Walter Edwards, Nov. 15, 
1843. 

CHILDREN. 

1316. Elizabeth, born Oct. 29, 1844 ; m. Edward M. Frances, March 

24, 1870. Children— Everett M., born Sept. 
26, 1872 ; Bernice, born June 14, 1874. 

1317. Fanny Maria, " Aug. 28, 1846; died Sept. 3, 1849. 

1318. Frederick Bulkeley, " Oct. 14, 1850. 

1319. Frank Daniel, " Feb. 12, 1853. 

870. 
Henry W. Bulkeley, son of Burrage and Caroline Miller 
Bulkeley, born Sept. 25, 1853 ; married Ellen M. Butler. 

CHILD. 

1320. Herbert, lived six months. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 163 

874. 

Joseph A. Bulkeley, son of Burrage and Caroline Miller 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 3, 1843 ; married Emma Jane Whitmore, 
daughter of Lewis Whitmore, Dec. 31, 1856. He died Novem- 
ber, 1872. 

CHILDREN. 

1321. An infant daughter, born 1867 ; died in infancy. 

1322. Bertha, " July 31, 1868. 

1323. Harry Grant, " Nov. 28, 1871. 

875. 
Caerie M. Bulkeley, daughter of Burrage and Caroline Miller 
Bulkeley, born March 4, 1846 ; married Franklin E. Davenport. 

CHILD. 

1324. Frank Bulkeley Davenport, horn July 15, 1871. 

885. 
Lucy Bulkeley, daughter of Prescott and Penelope Tryon 
Bulkeley, born June 17, 1823 ; married Hamilton Horton, of Glas- 
tonbury. 

CHILDREN. 

1325. Herbert Horton, born May 23, 1845 ; unmarried. 

1326. Henry P. " " July 17, 1848. 

1327. Frederick " " April 6, 1853. 

1328. Infant daughter " March 4, 1855 ; died March 21, 1855. 

1329. Edward Trumbull " " Oct. 10, 1858; died Feb. 3, 1860. 

1330. George Bulkeley " " Aug. 26, 1861. 

8 SO. 
Laura Bulkeley, daughter of Prescott and Penelope Tryon 
Bulkeley, born ; married George Smith. 

CHILDREN. 

1331. George Mason Smith, born 

1332. Eliza Jane " " 

1333. Earl 

1334. Agnace " " 

1335. Carlos " " 

887. 
Martha Edwards Bulkeley, daughter of Prescott and Penelope 
Tryon Bulkeley, born Jan. 8, 1827 ; married William Tyler, of 
Glastonbury, Dec. 29, 1850. 



164 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILDREN. 

1336. William Prescott Tyler, born March 9, 1853. 

1337. John Sweet " " Dec. 25, 1855. 

1338. Rosa Isora Islington " " July 25, 1857. 

1339. Byron Bulkeley " " July 25, 1866. 

867. 

Nancy K. Bulkeley, daughter of Frederick and Nancy Riley 
Bulkeley, born December 30, 1822; married Benjamin H. Turner, 
January 3, 1865. They reside at Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

808. 

Stephen Bulkeley, son of Frederick and Nancy Riley Bulkeley, 
born May 6, 1825; married Prudence Warner, January 23, 1850. 
They reside in Wethersfield. 

CHILDREN. 

1340. Fannie Rebecca, born November 2, 1850; m. John Hanmer, January 28, 

1874; 1 child. 

1341. Alice, " April 9, 1852. 

1342. Prudence Warner, " January 25, 1854; died April 2, 1860. 

1343. Frederick, " February 8, 1856. 

1344. Stephen, " January 4, 1861. 

1345. Charles, ) 

[twins, " March 25, 1864; 

1346. Chester, ) died October 27, 1867. 

1347. Robert Riley, '* September 6, 1866. 

869. 

Kate E. Bulkeley, daughter of Frederick and Nancy Riley 
Bulkeley, born April 23, 1834; married John Warner, November 
20. 1872. 

CHILD. 

1348. Kittie Warner, born October 11, 1873. 

89 1. 

Walter Bulkeley, son of Prescott and Penelope Tryon Bulke- 
ley, born ; married Electa Hunt, in 1852. 

CHILDREN. 

1349. Delia, born September 5, 1854. 

1350. Ida Lawrence, born January or February, 1857. 

80S. 

Ellen Louise Bulkeley, daughter of Prescott and Penelope 
Tryon Bulkeley, born ; married Samuel Ahby, May 

15, 1866. 

CHILD. 

1351. Ruth ALby, born February 15, 1867. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 165 

893. 

Harriet Griswold Bulkeley, daughter of Prescott and Penelope 
Tryon Bulkeley, born ; married Lyman Killam, Sep- 

tember 25, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

1352. Walter Bulkeley Killam, born September 30, 1869. 

1353. Arthur " " August 29, 1873. 

894. 

Abby Jane Bulkeley, daughter of Prescott and Penelope Tryon 
Bulkeley, married Henry D. Hutchinson, June 10, 18G3. 

CHILD. 

1354. Nellie Bulkeley Hutchinson, born December 11, 1864. 

909. 

Charles Edwin Bulkeley, son of John Charles and Sally 
Taintor Bulkeley, .born October 16, 1799. He was twice married, 
1, to Mary Isham, May 4, 1829; 2, to Widow Julia Worthington. 

CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

1355. Mary, born ; died young. 

1356. Charles Edwin, born 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

1357. Charles Edwin. 

1358. Robert John. 

1359. George Denison. 

910. 

John T. Bulkeley, son of John Charles and Sally Taintor Bulke- 
ley, born October 3, 1801; married Clarissa P. Bulkeley, daughter 
of Elijah Bulkeley. They reside at Colchester, where he has held 
the office of deputy sheriff a long series of years. 

CHILDREN. 

1360. A son, died young, without name. 

1361. Sarah Taintor, born August 29, 1835; m. Guidon Waterman. 

1362. Frank, " January 6, 1839; m. Lottie J. Talcott. 

1363. Robert, " September 22, 1842. He was killed at the storming 

of Port Hudson in the war of the rebellion. 

1364. John T., " November 23, 1845; died in 1858, aged 13. 

91 1. 

Eliphalet Adams Bulkeley, son of John Charles and Sally 
Taintor Bulkeley, born January 20, 1803; married Lydia S. Morgan, 
of Colchester, March 31, 1830, and died in 1872. The following 



166 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

biographical sketch of Judge Bulkeley appeared in the columns of 
the Hartford Courant at the time of his decease: 

"On Tuesday, the 6th instant, Judge Bulkeley, while seated in 
the office of the iEtna Life Insurance Company, of which he was 
president, was stricken with paralysis. During that day and the 
day following he was, at intervals, able to converse, but afterwards 
was wholly unconscious up to the time of his death, which occurred 
at his residence in Washington Street, at a quarter before seven 
o'clock last evening. For the past few years he has been almost 
wholly deprived of sight, and that affliction, which made it difficult 
for him to get about, gave him the appearance of being much more 
feeble in body than he really was. 

"Judge Bulkeley was born in Colchester on the 20th of June, 
1803, and was therefore sixty-nine years of age. He graduated at 
Yale College in the class of 1824, and after his graduation studied 
law in the office of William P. Williams, in Lebanon. In 1830 he 
was married to Lydia S. Morgan, of Colchester, who survives him, 
and at about that time he removed to East Had dam. He practiced 
law in that place, and was also president of the East Haddam Bank. 
He represented the town in the General Assembly, and was twice 
a member of the Senate from the nineteenth district. In 1847 he 
removed to Hartford, and filled the office of School Fund Commis- 
sioner. For several years he held official positions, and was a lead- 
ing man in politics. In 1857 he was elected with Nathaniel Ship- 
man to the legislature, from Hartford, and was chosen Speaker of 
the House of Bepresentatives by the Union Republicans. He was 
originally a Whig, and joined the republican party at its formation. 
In the practice of law here he formed a partnership with the late 
Judge Henry Perkins, the firm being Bulkeley and Perkins. His 
later years have been devoted to the business of life insurance. 
He was the first president of the Connecticut Mutual Company, 
which he assisted in organizing, and subsequently, in 1850, organ- 
ized the JEtna Life Company, taking its presidency at the start, 
and holding it to the time of his death. He was largely interested 
in all the ^Etna moneyed corporations, banking and insurance, fire 
and life, and was also a director in the Willimantic Linen Com- 
pany, and other concerns, besides being a leading stockholder in 
very many profitable business enterprises. Out of them he accu- 
mulated a handsome fortune, approximating a million of dollars. 

"Judge Bulkeley 's habits of life were very regular. He was 
especially prompt in all his engagements, making it a duty to be 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 167 

present at meetings where his presence was expected. It is said 
of him that for eighteen years he has never failed, until during his 
last sickness, to attend and preside over the meetings of the Pearl 
Street Ecclesiastical Society, to which he belonged. When he lived 
in Church Street his regularity of attendance at school meetings in 
the first district was a matter of remark, and since he removed to 
"Washington Street he has been equally punctual at all the meetings 
of the south district. At all gatherings, whether religious, politi- 
cal, or otherwise, in which he took an interest he was never tardy. 
His regularity and promptness were not exceeded by any other 
citizen, probably. And he was especially faithful to all his political 
obligations. It was not enough that he should vote on election 
day, but he urged others to do so. He never neglected his duty as 
a citizen. One marked characteristic of the man was his wonder- 
fully retentive memory as to individuals and dates. His knowledge 
in this respect enabled him to give, with surprising accuracy, many 
genealogical facts relating to families, whose own members were 
in ignorance. Few men have lived in the state who have possessed 
such general information with regard to individual associations. 
In other respects his knowledge was quite extensive, accurate, and 
valuable." 

CHILDREN. 

1365. Maiy Morgan, born October 21, 1833; died June 20, 1835. 

1366. Charles Edwin, " December 16, 1835; graduated at Yale College in 

1856; lawyer at Hartford ; captain of artillery in 
the civil war, and died in the service, December, 
1864, while in command of Fort Garesche, near 
Washington. 

1367. Morgan Gardner," December 26, 1837. 

1368. William Henry, " March 2, 1840; m. Emma Guerney. 

1369. Mary Jerusha, " September 27, 1843; m. Leverett Brainard. 

1370. Eliphalet Adams," July 11, 1847; died December 17, 1848. 

912. 

Dr. J. E. A. Bulkeley, son of Jonathan and Elizabeth Simons 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 16, 1823; married Clara C. Stark. Resides 
at Wilkesbarre, Penn. 

915. 

Frances Bulkeley, daughter of Jonathan and Elizabeth Simons 
Bulkeley, born March 10, 1832; married A. R. Brundage, Esq., at- 
torney-at-law in Wilkesbarre, Penn., Sept. 22, 1853. 



168 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILDREN. 

1371. Richard Bulkcley Brundage, born June 22, 1854. 

1372. Elizabeth Mary " " Feb. 22, 1857 ; died July, 1858. 

1373. Mary Gillett. 

9S4. 

Roxy Bulkeley, daughter of John and Theodora Foote Bulke- 
ley; married James M. Goodwin of East Hartford, Dec. 21, 1809. 

CHILDREN. 

1374. James M, born Oct. 1, 1810; m. \ J" J AJ ia ,® un t m \ 

' \ 2. Charlotte Boyd. 

1375. Frederick, " July 24, 1812. 

1376. Mary, " Jan. 26, 1818. 

1377. Henry Wheaton, " April 26, 1823. 

1378. William Alfred, " Feb. 14, 1831. 

936. 

Henry Bukeley, son of "William and Mary Champion Bulkeley, 
born June 16, 1791; married , and resided in Middle Had- 

dam. 

938. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of William and Mary Champion Bulke- 
ley, born July 13, 1793; married Charles Hurd of Middle Haddam, 
Conn. They had no children. 

930. 

William Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Noble Bulkeley. 

Married and had one child at Kinderhook, N. Y. Nothing further 
is known. 

CHILD. 

1379. William. 

933. 

Judith Bulkeley, daughter of Gershom and Noble Bulke- 
ley, born ; married Piatt Talcott of Laneaboro, Mass. 

93©. 

Richard Bulkeley, son of Elijah and Pamelia Loomis Bulkeley, 
born Dec. 26, 1787; married Aurel Chapman, Dec. 23, 1813. 

CHILDREN. 

1380. Guy Richard, bom Sept. 14, 1816. 

1381. Clarissa Pamelia, " April 30, 1819 ; died 1844. 



BULKELEY FAMILY, 160 

937. 

Celinda Bulkeley, daughter of Elijah and Pamelia Loomis 
Bukeley, born Aug. 23, 1793; was twice married: 1. To Alanson 
Porter of Williamstown, Mass. 2. To Mussel Chapman of Colches- 
ter, Conn. She died childless, Dec. 1, 1867. 

938. 

Emeline U. Bulkeley, daughter of Elijah and Pamelia Loomis 
Bulkeley, born Sept. 12, 1806; married Pomeroy Hall, a merchant 
of Colchester, Oct. 5, 1823. He was born May 8, 1796, and died 
July 9, 1865. 

Hall, born Feb. 5, 1826 ; died in infancy. 

" May 1 8, 1 828 ; m. Eev. Bradford M. Dins- 
more, Nov. 20, 1852. 
" Jan. 20, 1830; m. Daniel Kelhg of Col- 
chester, May 25, 1850. 
" Aug. 22, 1833. 
" " Oct. 10, 1835 ; died in infancy. 
" Oct. 20, 1837 ; died in infancy. 
" Jan. 26, 1839 ; m. Ira N. Dinsmore. 
" " April 5, 1841 ; died in infancy. 
" " Aug. 10, 1843 ; died in infancy. 
" Dec. 29, 1844; died in infancy. 
" " May 3, 1846 ; m. Sarah J. Chappell, Sept. 
20, 1867. 

©39. 

Clarissa Pamelia Bulkeley, daughter of Elijah and Pamelia 
Loomis Bulkeley, born May 8, 1809; married John T. Bulkeley, by 
whom she had four children. (For her children vide Head No. 910.) 

940. 

Sophia Maria Bulkeley, daughter of Elijah and Pamelia Loomis 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 15, 1811; married Jonathan Chapnell. They 
had no children. 

94S. 

John A. Taintor, son of Roger and Abigail Bulkeley Taintor, 
married Delia Crook, and had — . 

CHILDREN. 

1393. Louisa Tamtor, born July 28, 1832 ; ra. Charles Kneeland. 

1394. Alice " " Dec. 29, 1835. 

22 



1382. 


Edwin Bulkeley 


1383. 


Cornelia Pomeroy 


1384. 


Jane Elisabeth 


1385. 


Frances Emeline 


1386. 


Charles Edwin 


1387. 


Samuel Loomis 


1388. 


Sarah Pamelia 


1389. 


Alonzo Pomeroy 


1390. 


Edward 


1391. 


Catharine 


1392. 


James Dow 



170 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

943. 

Clarissa Bulkeley, daughter of Joshua Robbins and Sally 
Taintor Bulkeley, born ; married Job Pierson. 

944. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of Joshua Robbins and Sarah Taintor 
Bulkeley, born ; married Parker Hall. 

947. 

Adaline Bulkeley, daughter of Gad and Orra Barstow Bulke- 
ley, born ; married Jared Warner Fitch. 

948. 

John "Worthing ton Bulkeley, son of Gad and Orra Barstow 
Bulkeley, born 1811 ; married three times: 1. To Adelaide Hilliard. 
2. To Eliza Tracy. 3. To Widow Helen Reynolds. 

949. 

Sam Barstow Bulkeley, son of Gad and Orra Barstow Bulkeley, 
born Jan. 21, 1813; married Mary Elisabeth Roath, Sept. 30, 1839. 
Mr. Bulkeley is a druggist in Norwich, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

1395. Mary Worthington, born Nov. 6, 1840. 

1396. Emma Koath, " May 25, 1844. 

953. 

Harriet Amelia Bulkeley, daughter of Gurdon and Fanny 
Wright Bulkeley, born Sept. 1, 1799; married Dr. Alvan Wheeler, 
May 24, 1826. They lived successively at Great Barrington, Mass., 
Greenbush and Binghamton, N. Y., and with their oldest son, Gur- 
don Bulkeley Wheeler, in Delaware, where Dr. Wheeler died Oct. 
12, 1868. Mrs. Wheeler now resides at Upson ville, Penn., with her 
oldest daughter, Fannie Adeline, wife of Franklin F. Smith. Dr. 
Alvan Wheeler graduated at Williams College, where he was tutor 
for two years; took his professional diploma at Pittsfield Medical 
Institution; practiced medicine successfully at Great Barrington, 
Mass., till forced by asthma to desist; taught a classical school two 
years at Greenbush, N. Y. ; then became a farmer at Binghamton, 
N. Y., where for several years he was a prominent member of the 
Presbyterian church session. He was a man of extensive reading, 
correct taste, and active piety. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



171 



1397. 


Gurilon Bulkeley 


1398. 


Benjamin 


1399. 


Fanny Adaline 


1400. 


Edmund 


1401. 


Samuel Porter 


1402. 


Hattie 



CHILDREN. 

Wheeler, born Aug. 15, 1829 ; m. Cynthia L. Knight. 
" May 15, 1831 ; died May 7, 1843. 
" " Aug. 25, 1833; m. F. F. Smith. 

" " May 5, 1835; m. Nellie Cutting. 

" " Jan. 12, 1839; m. Catharine F. E. Goss. 

" " April 19, 1845. 



954. 

Albert Rodney Bulkeley, son of Gurdon and Fanny Wright 
Bulkeley, born Oct. 14, 1802; married Delia Catharine Broivn, April, 
1832, and have had one child. 

956. 

Rev. Hiram Worthington Bulkeley, son of Gurdon and Fanny 
Wright Bulkeley, born March 30, 1807; was for three years a mem- 
ber of Williams College, in the class of 1831; taught as principal 
of the academy at North Granville, N. Y. ; studied theology at the 
Auburn Seminary; preached a short time at North Adams, Mass.; 
bought in 1836 Dr. "Wheeler's interest in the school at Greenbush, 
N. Y. ; removed the school in 1839 to Ballston, N. Y., of which he 
is still the proprietor. He married Mary Jane Oliphant, Dec. 10, 
1834. 

CHILDREN. 

born April 25, 1836 ; m. Samuel Thomas Black, May 

7, 1861. 
" July 17, 1837; died Jan. 1, 1838. 
" Oct. 22, 1838; died Feb. 26, 1843. 
" May 21, 1841 ; m. James F. Doolittle, June 5, 

1869. 
" Dee. 4, 1844 ; died May 24, 1847. 
" July 24, 1847. 
" Feb. 13, 1849 ; m. Frank H. Morris, June 18, 

1874. 
" Dec. 9, 1850; m. Alice Earl, Dec. 17, 1873. 
" May 13, 1853. 
" Aug. 26, 1854. 
" April 12, 1856. 

957. 

Sophia Adaline Bulkeley, daughter of Gurdon and Fanny 
Wright Bulkeley, born October 20, 1808; married Benjamin Frank- 
lin Hoxsey in September, 1830, and died without issue, April 4, 
1832. Rev. Benjamin F. Hoxsey graduated at Williams College, 
and at Auburn Theological Seminary, became a home missionary 
in Missouri, was a sincere and earnest preacher, and died early. 



1403. 


Mary Elisabeth, 


1404. 


Robert Worthington, 


1405. 


Robert Barrage, 


1406. 


Fannie, 


1407. 


Mansfield, 


1408. 


Charles, 


1409. 


Emma, 


1410. 


John Scudder, 


1411. 


Susie, 


1412. 


William Fairchild, 


1413. 


Worthington, 



172 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

9£>8. 

Frances Emeline Bulkeley, daughter of Gurdoti and Fanny 
Wright Bulkeley, born July 31, 1810; married Rev. George Clinton 
Wood, who graduated at "Williams College, and at Auburn Theo- 
logical Seminary, became a home missionary in Missouri, where he 
labored for many years with zeal and success. He now resides at 
Jacksonville, 111. 

Gurdon Henry Bulkeley, son of Gurdon and Fanny Wright 
Bulkeley, born March 27, 1812; married Susan Eliza Brown, De- 
cember 4, 1834. He invented and patented a process for drying 
grain and lumber for exportation by superheated steam, without 
pressure, which has proved extensively useful. 

9GO. 

Aristarchus Bulkeley, son of Gurdon and Fanny Wright 
Bulkeley, born May 3, 1813. He has been twice married — 1, to 
Mary Matilda Chamberlain, March 27, 1834, who died February 16, 
1836; 2, to Mary E. Harrison, December 24, 1838, and died March 
11, 1872. 

961. 

Clarissa Bulkeley, daughter of Gurdon and Fanny Wright 
Bulkeley, born June 15, 1816; married Hurlburt F. Fairchild, Sep- 
tember 14, 1841. Mr. Fairchild pursued classical studies at Wil- 
liams College, practiced law in Arkansas, became judge of Supreme 
Court, and resigned during the civil war. He was a distinguished 
jurist, and for his calm good sense and general affability was loved 
and honored by all who knew him. 

963. 

Ralph Bulkeley, son of Gurdon and Fanny Wright Bulkeley, 
born April 9, 1817; married Mercy Briggs, in April, 1857. 

963. 

Don Alonzo Bulkeley, son of Gurdon and Fanny Wright Bulke- 
ley, born November 12, 1819; married Marietta Townsend, Novem- 
ber 28, 1843. He is known to the agricultural societies of several 
states as the man to whom the country is indebted as the originator 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 173 

of several of our choicest varieties of potatoes, among which are 
the " Monitor," the " Bulkeley Seedling," the " Berkshire," &c. He 
resides on the paternal Stone Hill Farm in Williamstown, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1414. Alice Amelia, born February 20, 1845; m. Daniel Jay Sweet, January 13, 

1869. 

1415. William Alonzo, born May 20, 1848; m., 1, Henrietta C. Pearl, Dec. 

16, 1869, who died; 2, Mary Elenor Beckstem, April 7, 1873. 

1416. Caroline Frances, born January 20, 1850; m. Alfred D. Hubbard, Decem- 

ber 13, 1871. 

964. 

Lucius Edwards Bulkeley, son of Gurdon and Nancy Porter 
Bulkeley, born January 17, 1824, graduated at "Williams College, 
studied law with Judge Cady, of Albany, practiced for several 
years in New York City, and more recently at San Francisco, pos- 
sesses great energy, and is an earnest and successful advocate. He 
married Mary King Tuthill, May 17, 1852. 

CHILD. 

1417. Lucius, born March 10, 1854. 

971. 

Ezra Foote, son of Roger and Eunice Bulkeley Foote, born June 
7, 1795; married Sarah Louisa Boioles, October 22, 1818. They 
settled in Painesville, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

1419. Mary Ann Foote, born September 14, 1819; m. Eev. Henry Tulledge. 



1420. Charles Bowles 

1421. Caroline Amelia 

1422. Sarah L. 

1423. Edward Augustus 

1424. Sarah Louisa 

1425. Robert B. 



September 10, 1821. 

October 12, 1823; m. Edward Killam. 

April 26, 1826, died October 3, 1826. 

October 27, 1827. 

January 23, 1830; died January 25, 1831. 

June 4, 1832. 



977. 

David Foote, son of Roger and Eunice Bulkeley Foote, born 
August 15, 1809; married Caroline Taylor, daughter of Joseph 
and Esther Taylor, and settled at Great Barrington, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1426. Edward Foote, born March 10, 1836. 

1427. Sarah E." " June 26, 1838. 



174 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1004. 

Caroline Bulkeley, daughter of George and Sophia Loomis 
Bulkeley, born November 4, 1807; married Thomas Durphy Lord, 
July 16, 1825. 

CHILDREN. 

1428. William Lucas Lord, 

1429. Ann Eliza 

1430. Robert Augustus 

1431. Aurelia Bulkeley " born December 1st, 1832; m. William H. Haskell. 

1432. Josephine Caroline " " August 31, 1835. 

1433. George Washington ' 

1005. 

Aurelia Bulkeley, daughter of George and Sophia Loomis 
Bulkeley, born October 12, 1810, married, 1, to Albert H. Quimby, 
March 20, 1842. He died June 10, 1842. 2, To John Dredge, of 
Peoria, 111., September 11, 1850. He died September 18, 1869. 
They had no children. 



NINTH GENERATION. 



iois. 

Sarah A. Bulkeley, daughter of Francis and Content Mix 
Bulkeley, born November, 1814; married Henry D. Field, of Wa- 
terbury. Nothing farther is known. 

1013. 

Frances Henrietta Bulkeley, daughter of Francis and Content 
Mix Bulkeley, born September, 1817; married Matthew G. Elliot. 
No record of children has been furnished. 

1014. 

Anna Alexander Bulkeley, daughter of James H. and Ada- 
line Alexander Bulkeley, born April 13, 1829; married Henry S. 
Ogden, July 3, 1853. 







CHILDREN. 


1434. 


Henry A. Ogden, 


born July 17, 1856. 


1435. 


Frances " 


" Feb. 28, 1860; died Jan. 8, 1861. 


1436. 


Rosalie Adaline " 


" June 9, 1863. 


1437. 


Helen Agnes " 


" March 26, 1866. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 175 

1018. 

Margaret Amelia Bulkeley, daughter of James H. and Ada- 
line Alexander Bulkeley, born Feb. 5, 1836; married Edward Mcln- 
tire, Oct. 12, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

1438. Edward Harding Mclntyre, born Sept. 26, 1866. 

1439. Alexander Reed " " May 19, 1869. 

1440. Henry Bulkeley ) 

\ twins, " Oct. 10, 1872. 

1441. Clarissa Stanley ) " 

1 OSi 1 . 

William Alexander Bulkeley, son of James H. and Adaline 
A lexander Bulkeley; married Mary A. Riley, Feb. 14, 1863. He 
was in the U. S. Army during the Rebellion, as Hospital Steward, 
at Satterlie, Philadelphia, and at Port Royal, S. C, and has lately 
been appointed Superintendant of the New House of Correction. 

CHILDREN. 

1442. Mary Adaline, born March 26, 1866; deceased May 13, 1866. 

1443. William Alexander, " May 13, 1867. 

lOSS. 

Eliza Hunt Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Eliza Hunt 
Bulkeley, born Aug. 15, 1829; married Thomas C. Hill, Jan. 19, 
1856. 

CHILDREN. 

1444. Sophia Perry Hill. 

1445. Charles 

1446. Helen Hunt " 

lose. 

Ann Caroline Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Eliza Hunt 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 11, 1831; married John Mickle. 

CHILDREN. 

1447. Sarah Prentiss Mickle. Died in infancy. 

1448. John " 

10S7. 

Frances Louisa Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Eliza Hunt 
Bulkeley, born Nov. 4, 1833; married Stephen Brock, of St. Louis, 
Missouri. 



176 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1029. 

Charles Bulkeley, Jun., son of Charles and Eliza Hunt Bulke- 
ley, born May 17, 1838; married Sarah Tudor. 



CHILD. 



1449. William Tudor. 



1037. 

Dr. Edward Bulkeley, Jdn., born in New Haven, in 1833; 
received the degree of Dr. of Medicine from the Medical Depart- 
ment of Yale College, in July, 1856. Entered the volunteer army 
as a medical officer, 6th Eegiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, 
commission dated Sept. 2, 1861. Served in South Carolina, Flor- 
ida, and Virginia, and was mustered out by expiration of term of 
service, in Virginia, September, 1864. Served as A. A. Surgeon, 
U. S. A., in Washington, D. C, from November, 1864, to July, 
1865. Since that time has continued to practice medicine in New 
Haven. He married Grace Caroline Bishop, of New Haven, May, 
1867. 







CHILDREN. 


1450. 


Jane Bouticon, 


born May, 1 868. 


1451. 


Lucy Mansfield, 


" March, 1870. 


1452. 


Grace Chetwood, 


" November, 1872. 


1452J. 


Edward, 


" March 12, 1875. 



1069. 

Julia Bulkeley, daughter of Francis and Grace J. Adams 
Bulkeley, born Sept. 3, 1823; married M. S. Converse, A. M., of 
Otsego, N. Y. Now living at Elmira, Chemung County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

1453. Georgiana Converse, born Oct. 12, 1850. 

1454. Helen " " May 25, 1856. 

1086. 

Rev. Edwin Adolphus Bulkeley, D. D., son of Era'stus and 
Mary Walbridge Bulkeley, born at Charleston, S. C, Jan. 25, 1826; 
graduated at Yale College, in the Class of 1844, and at the Union 
Theological Seminary of New York, in 1847: was pastor of the 
Congregational Church of Geneva, N. Y., from 1847 to 1850. 
Pastor of the Congregational Church of Groton, Mass., from 1850 
to 1864: was installed pastor of the Presbyterian Church of 
Plattsburgh, N. Y., in 1864, where he still resides. He received 



BUIiKELEY FAMILY. 1 7 I 

the degree of S. T. D., from the University of Vermont, in 1868. 
He is the author of a number of printed sermons, two of which, 
" Wars and Rumors of Wars," at the breaking out of the Rebellion 
in 1861, and " The Uncrowned Nation, - ' on the death of President 
Lincoln, in 1865, attracted considerable notice at the time, and 
have been widely circulated. He married Catharine F. Oakeley, 
of Huntington, L. I. They have had eight children, three only of 
whom are living. 

CHILDREN. 

Names received too late to be mentioned in regular order. 

(1.) Theodore Meier, born at Groton, Mass., Aug. 26, 1849; died 

July 29, 1860. 

(2.) Charles Henry, " " June 16, 1851; died 

June 28, 1871. 

(3.) Mary Virginia, " " Oct. 13, 1853. 

(4.) Catharine Frederica Kunze, " " Feb. 1, 1856; died July 

11, 1860. 

(5.) Helen Muhlenberg, " " Jan. 22, 1861. 

(6.) Edwin, " " Sept. 10, 1862. 

(7.) Arthur Hanks, born at Pittsburgh, N. Y., Nov. 19, 1864; died Nov. 

7, 1865. 
(8.) Eliza Jaffray, " " Jan. 15, 1867; died July 

31, 1869. 

1087. 

Theodore Augustus Bulkeley, son of Erastus and Eunice 
Roll ins Bulkeley, born ; married Harriet Lockwood 

Skinner. August 26, 1851. They had no children. 

loss. 

Frederick Conrad Bulkeley. son of Erastus and Eunice Rob- 
bins Bulkeley, born ; married, Oct. 2, 1855, Fannie M. 
Wilcox. 

CHILDREN. 

1455. Jennie Wilcox, born Feb. 4, 1862. 

1456. Mary Walbridge, " Sept. 22, 1863. 

1457. Minnie Adele, " Jan. 30, 1866 ; died Sept, 27, 1869. 

1089. 

Henry Deming Bulkeley. son of Erastus and Eunice Rabbins 
Bulkeley, born ; married Carra A. Bybee, Dec. 15, 1856. 

They have had seven children, of whom only four survive. 

23 



178 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILDREN. 

1458. Maggie Adair, born July 16, 1858. 

1459. Henry Walbridge, " Dec. 13, 1860. 

1460. Joseph Norman, " Sept. 17, 1868. 
1460|. Nellie Witherspoon, " June 25, 1870. 

1090. 

Reginald Walbridge Bulkeley, son of Erastus and Eunice 
Rollins Bulkeley, born ; married Carrie A. Wilkinson, 

Have had two children, of whom only one survives. Mr. Bulkeley 
died June 1, 1873. 

CHILDREN. 

1461. Erastus Woodbridge, born Feb. 6, 1853. 

146l£. Edward Wilkinson, " May 22, 1861 ; died July 28, 1862. 

1091. 

Mary Virginia, daughter of Erastus and Mary Wallridge 
Bulkeley, born ; married Arthur F. Hanks, of Hartford, 

Conn., and they have no children. 

109S. 

Charles S. Hall, son of S. H. P. and Emeline Bulkeley Hall, 
born June 23, 1824 ; graduated at Yale College in the class of 
1849; married M< ary Harris, of Ballston, New York; residence, 
Binghamton, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

1461 f. Louise H. Hall, born March 17, 1858 ; died Sept. 4, 1858. 

1462. Charles H. " " March 19, 1860. 

1463. Arnold H. " " May 5, 1863. 

1464. Samuel Holden Parsons " " Oct. 10,1868. 

1093. 

William B. Hall, son of S. H. P. Hall, born July 15, 1829 ; 
married Elizaleth S. I. Paddock, March, 1851. He died Jan. 27, 
1856. She died Jan. 12, 1867, leaving no children. 

1094. 

Josephine E. M. Hall, daughter of S. H. P. and Emeline 
Bulkeley Hall, born March 17, 1831 ; married Hugh Allen, of New 
York, May 17, 1853; and died Jan. 12, 1857. 

CHILD. 

1465. Josephine E. A. Allen, born Dec. 25, 1856. 



BULKELEV FAMILY. 179 

1095. 

Theodore Parsons Hall, son of S. H. P. and Emeline BulkeUy 
Hall, born Dec. 15, 1835; graduated at Yale in 1857, and married 
Jan. 11, 1860, Alexandrine Louise Godfrey, and n 'sides at Detroit, 
Michigan. She was born May 4, 1836. 

CHILDREN. 

1466. Maria Stella Holden Hall, born December 26, 1860. 



1467. Josephine E. 

1468. Samuel Holden Parsons 
1468^. Nathalie Heloise 

1469. Corinne Alexandrine 

1470. Alexandrine Eugenie 
1470 J. Maria Archange Naverre 



June 5, 1862. 

June 30, 1864; died Dec. 15, 1864. 

June 1, 1866. 

Eeb. 11, 1868; died Feb. 2, 1869. 

Dec. 4, 1869. 

Sept. 7, 1872. 



1096. 

Richard H. Hall, son of Samuel H. P. and Emeline Bulkeley 
Hall, born Oct. 28, 1839; was twice married. 1. To Hannah P. 
Trowbridge, of New York, Oct. 28, 1861. She died Dec. 30, 1863. 
2. To Kate E. Cresswell, Oct. 30, L867. Mr. Hall died Oct. 7. 
1872. 

CHILD. 

1471. Edwin Trowbridge Hall, born Dec 16, 18C.::. 

1 1 OT. 

Anna Catharine North, daughter of Alfred and Minerva 
Bryan North, born Dec. 3, 1840; married Alva D. Wilder, of 
Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 1870; lives at South Vallejo. 

CHILDREN. 

1472. Edwin Milton Wilder, born Oct. 1871. 

1473. Frank " " Oct. 1873. 

1 108. 

Rev. Thomas Hastings North, son of Alfred and Minerva 
Bryan North, born Jan. 22, 1843, at Singapore; married Sarah 
Humphrey, Feb. 29, 1868. Resides at Wakefield, Kansas. 

CHILDREN. 

1474. Laura Minerva North, born May 23, 1869. 

1475. Martha Caroline " " Jan. 14, 1871. 

1476. Alfred Myron " " June 9, 1872. 

1477. An infant son (not named), " May 12, 1875. 



180 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

111S. 

Julia Ward Post, daughter of G-errit P. and Ruth Keith Post, 
born Oct. 20, 1836; married Frederick Fitch, of Lexington, Ken- 
tucky, June 13, 1861. He married her sister, Margaret L., Oct. 1, 
1868. 

CHILDREN. 

1476. John Gerrit Fitch, born April 5, 1863; died Jan. 10, 1869. 

1477. Ellen Pauline " " May 4, 1864. 

1478. JuliaPost " " May 17, 1866 ; died June 16, 1866. 

1 1 14. 

Margaret Louisa Post, daughter of Gerrit P. and Ruth Keith 
Post, born March 23, 1846; married Frederick Fitch, of Lexington, 
Kentucky, Oct. 1, 1868. 

CHILDREN. 

1479. Frederick Keith Filch, born May 26, 1871. 

1480. Maurice " " Oct. 24, 1873. 

1115. 

Bertha Louisa Post, daughter of Peter Bulkeley and Elisa- 
beth Smith Post, born April 12, 1846; married Charles Allen Alger, 
Oct. 20, 187(1. 

CHILDREN. 

1481. Lucy Elizabeth Alger, horn July 23, 1871. 

1482. John Post " " Dec. 7, 1872. 

1 lS2i 

Elisabeth Lawrence Bulkeley, adopted daughter of Joseph 
E. Bulkeley: married George A. Welles, January 10, 1860. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Mary Lawrence Welles, born Nov. 5, 1861. 

2. Edmund Bulkeley " " Jan. 31,1863. 

3. George Augustus " " April 5, 1865. 

4. Elizabeth M. " " April 2, 1867. 

1 1S3. 

Edmund Williams Bulkeley, son of Joseph Edmund and Mary 
L. Bulkeley. born Oct. 2d, 1838; married Caroline J. Turner, March 
16, 1870. He died May 7, 1875, without issue. He was engaged 
with his father and younger brother at the time of his decease in 
the wholesale leather business. 




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BULKELEY FAMILY. 181 

1 1S4. 

Justus Lawrence Bulkeley, son of Joseph Edmund and Mary 
L. Bulkeley, born July 4, 1840 ; married Laura E. Caldwell, Feb. 
15, 1871. Is in the wholesale leather business in New York with 
his father. 

CHILD. 

1483. Josephine, born August 12, 1872. 

1 125. 

Josephine Bulkeley, daughter of Joseph Edmund and Mary 
L. Bulkeley, born Dec. 13, 1841; married Theodore M. Barnes, 
April 25, 1867. 

CHILDREN. 

14S4. Catharine Moore Barnes, born May 7, 1868. 

1485. Joseph Bulkeley " '.' July 22, 1869. 

1486. Theodore M. " " Dec. 13, 1874. 

1 ISO. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of Joseph Edmund and Mary L. 
Bulkeley, born Jan. '24, 1843; married Ferdinand S. Entz, June 
8, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

1487. Justus Bulkeley Enlz, born June 16, 1867. 

1488. Marian Wood " " Sept. 25, 1869. 

1489. Theodore Barnes " " Nov. 10, 1871. 
1489. Marguerite Bulkeley " " Jan. 11, 1873. 

1 145. 

Oscae P. Miller, son of Solomon Bulkeley and Fanny Burton 
Miller, born April 4, 1 83 1 : married Marion Walker. 

CHILDREN. 

1491. Fay Miller, born May 11, 1858. 

1492. Cora " " Oct. 20, 1862. 
1493 Willie " " June 11, 1870. 
1494. Robert " " June 22, 1873. 

I 148. 

Dorothy Esther Miller, .daughter of Solomon and Fanny 
Burton Miller, born April 13, 1836; married George Loomer, 
March 6, 1859. 

CHILD. 

1494£. Hettie Loomer, born April 23, 1865. 



182 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1S06. 

Sarah M. Risley, daughter of Edward and Nancy Bulkeley 
Risley, born March 6, 1847; married Donald Le Vaughn, Dec. 7, 
1865. 

CHILDREN. 

1494. Ida Le Vaughn, born September, 1867. 

1495. Edward " " October, 1869. 

1S07. 

Martha "W. Risley, daughter of Edward and Nancy Bulkeley 
Risley, born March 5. 1848; married Frank Belden, May 16, 186(5. 

CHILD. 

1496. Frank Belden, born August 3, 1868. 

1S09. 

Edwin J. Risley, daughter of Edward and Nancy Bulkeley 
Risley, born August 15, 1850; married Alice Belden, March 9, 
1873. 

1996. 

Caroline A. Robbins, daughter of Thomas and Martha C. 
Sears Robbins, born August 7, 1833; married Woodruff Dunham. 

CHILDREN. 

1497. A son Dunham. Died young. 

1498. Mary 

lasr. 

Chloe M. Robbins, daughter of Thomas and Martha C. Sears 
Robbins, born Dec. 7. 1835; married Chester C. Robbins, in 1854. 

CHILDREN. 

1499. Frederick S. 

1500. Samuel A. 

1501. Eliza May. 
1501-^. Fannie Louise. 

1502. Franklin. 

1503. Carobne. 

1S37. 

Annie Amelia Robbins, daughter of Allen A. and Abby Ann 
Goodrich Robbins, born July 15, 1845; married William G. Bob- 
bins, August 24, 1870. Mr. Robbins is a farmer in Rocky Hill. 

CHILDREN. 

1504. Julia Amelia, born May 5, 1872; died April 2, 1874. 

1505. Allen Williams, " February 16, 1874. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 183 

1S50. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of Hosea and Susan Petit Bulkeley, 
born April 12, 1842, in Wethersfield, Illinois ; married Edward S. 
Thompson, of Glastonbury, July 8, 1866. Mr. Thompson is a mer- 
chant by occupation, and resides at South Glastonbury. 

CHILDREN. 

1506. Helen Thompson, born March 20, 1871. 

1507. Susie May, " May 5, 1873. 

1251. 

Sarah Gertrude Bulkeley, daughter of Benjamin G. and 
Emily Abigail Clark Bulkeley, born July 3, 1841; married Jasper 
E. Higby, Dec. 19, 1863. 

125S. 

Caroline Christine Bulkeley, daughter of Benjamin G. and 
Emily Abigail Clark Bulkeley, born Nov. 18, 1843; married 
William Henry Allen, May 28, 1864. . 

1253. 

"William Benjamin Bulkeley, son of Benjamin G. and Emily 
Abigail Clark Bulkeley, born Sept. 15, 1845; married Hattie Moffet, 
April 25, 1871. 

1257. 

Susie L. Butler, daughter of Philip and Caroline Hart Bulke- 
ley Butler, born June 3, 1842; married Benjamin Ranney, of Mid- 
dletown, Nov. 1, 1865. Mrs. Susie L. Ranney died Oct. 27, 1867. 

CHILDREN. 

1508. Gaston Ranney, born July, 1865 ; died Nov. 2, 1865. 

1509. Charles " " June, 1867. 

1258. 

Horace R. Butler, son of Philip and Caroline Hart Bulkeley 
Butler, born April, 1845; married Cora Wilcox, April 1, 1869. 

CHILD. 

1510. Barnard Butler, born October 8, 1870. 

1268. 

Laura M. Beaumont, daughter of Lucius and Martha G. Bulke- 
ley Beaumont, born Aug. 10, 1846; married Frank Dickinson, Sept. 
6, 1865. 



184 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILD. 

1511. Frank Beaumont Dickinson, born June 8, 1866. 

187S. 

Lucius S. Beaumont, son of Charles G. and Mary Pratt Beau- 
mont, born June 22, 1843; married Ellen Madigan. They have no 
children. 

1973. 

George E. Beaumont, son of Charles and Mary Pratt Beau- 
mont, born June 17, 1845; married Emma Ward, Oct. 31, 1867. 

CHILDREN. 

1512. William Ward Beaumont, bora August 21, 1868. 

1513. Schuyler Colfax " " March 4, 1870. 

1514. George E. " " May 6, 1872. 

1275. 

Olive Beaumont, daughter of Charles and Mary Pratt Beau- 
mont, born Dec. 14, 1850;' married William. E. Pratt, of Essex, 
Conn. 

1281. 

Catharine Smyth, daughter of Laura and Alfred Smyth, born 
; married Robert Scranton, 1870. 

CHILDREN. 

1515. Laura Scranton, born April 10, 1872. 

1516. Anna Lockwood " " October 25, 1874. 

1295. 

Annie M. Lockwoob, daughter of John and Harriet L. Beau- 
mont Lockwood, born Aug. 18, 1851; married Raymond Glayhom. 

CHILD. 

1517. Mabel. Died at six months old. 

1 296. 

Josephine H. Lockwoob, daughter of John and Harriet L. 
Beaumont Lockwood, born May 22, 1853; married Col. James 
Forney. 

1297". 

Harriet B. Lockwoob, daughter of John and Harriet L. Beau- 
mont Lockwood, born May 17, 1855; married Albert F. Mills, Oct., 
1873, and died at Philadelphia, April 24, 1875. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 185 

CHILD. 
1518. Lockwood Mills, born April 21, 1875; died July 28, 1875. 

1 300. 

Henry Chapman Williams, son of Moses W. and Abigail S. 
Smith Williams, born March 9, 1844: married Cornelia Neff. 

130a. 

Ella Frances Williams, daughter of Moses W. and Abigail S. 
Smith Williams, born December 13, 1853; married Stephen Francis 
Churchill. 

1316. 

Elisabeth Edwards, daughter of Walter and Jane Bulkeley Ed- 
wards, born October 29, 1844; married Edward M. Francis, March 
24, 187(1. 

CHILDREN. 

1521. Everett Francis, born September 26, 1872. 

1522. BerniceE. " " June 16, 1874. 

1340. 

Fannie Rebecca Bulkeley, daughter of Stephen and Prudence 
Warner Bulkeley, born November 2, 1850; married John Hanmer, 
January 28, 1874. 

CHILD. 

1523. Alice Elisabeth Hanmer, born November 4, 1874. 

1361. 

Sarah Taintor Bulkeley, daughter of John T. and Clarissa P. 
Bulkeley, born August 29, 1835; married Gurdon Waterman, in 
1854, and in less than two years were both lost at sea. 

1 363. 

Frank Bulkeley, son of John T. and Clarissa P. Bulkeley, born 
January 16, 1839; married Charlotte J. Talcott, October 4th, 1808. 
She died July 16, 1872. 

CHILD. 

1524. Alice Talcott, born June 25, 1870. 

24 



186 BUL'KELEY FAMILY. 

1368. 

William Henry Bulkeley, son of Eliphalet Adams and Lydia 
S. Morgan Bulkeley, born March 2, 1840; married Emma Gurney, 
of Brooklyn, N. Y., September 8, 1863. He is president of The 
Kellogg & Bulkeley Co., lithographers, Hartford, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

1525. Mary Morgan, bom June 21, 1864. 

1526. William Eliphalet, " February 19, 1868. 

1526 j. Charles Branford, " July 24, 1869; died August 13, 1869. 
1526|. Grace Chetvvood, " June 25, 187i». 
1526 J. John Charles, " September 24, 1871. 



1369. 

Mary Jerusha Bulkeley, daughter of Eliphalet Adams and 
Lydia S. Morgan Bulkeley, born September 27, 1843; married 
Leverett Brainard. 

CHILDREN. 

1527. Mary Lydia Brainard, born November 14, 1867. 

1528. Charles Edwin, " " December 10, 1869. 

1529. Lucy Morgan, " " January 22, 1872. 

1530. Robert Leverett, " " March 31, 1874. 



1383. 

Cornelia Pomeroy Hall, daughter of Pomeroy and Emeline U. 
Bulkeley Hall, born May 18, 1828; married Rev. Bradford M. Dins- 
more, November 25, 1852. 

CHILDREN. 

1531. Jennie E. Dinsmore, born August 3, 1854; died October 11, 1858. 

1532. Edward Arthur, " " July 13, 1856; died January 5, 1858. 

1533. Grace Chetwood, " " October 29, 1861. 

1384. 

Jane Elisabeth Hall, daughter of Pomeroy and Emeline U. 
Bulkeley Hall, born January 20, 1830; married Daniel Kellog, of 
Colchester. 

CHILDREN. 

1534. Charles Edward Kellog, born December 14, 1852; died June 17, 1853. 

1535. Edward Browning " " December 4, 1856. 

1536. Samuel Herbert " " April 13, 1861. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 187 

1388. 
Sarah Pamelia Hall, daughter of Pomeroy and Emeline U. 
BuJkehy Hall, born January 26, 1839; married Ira A. Dinsmore, of 
Colchester, July 10, 1867. 

1393. 

James Dow Hall, son of Pomeroy and Emeline U. Bulkeley 
Hall, born May 3, 1846; married Sarah J. Chappel, of New Lon- 
don, September 20, 1867. 

1393. 

Louise Taintor, daughter of John A. and Delia Crook Taintor, 
born July 28, 1832; married Charles Kneeland, May 11, 1854. 

CHILDREN. 

1537. Adele Taintor, born April 26, 1856. 

1538. Alice, " " November 23, 1860. 

1397. 

Gurden Bulkeley "Wheeler, son of Dr. A Ivan and Harriet 
Amelia Bulkeley Wheeler, born August 15, 1829; married Cynthia 
L. Knight. 

1399. 

Fanny Adaline AVheeler, daughter of Dr. Alvan and Harriet 
Amelia Bulkeley Wheeler, born August 25, 1833; married F. F. 

Smith. 

1400. 

Edward Wheeler, son of Dr. Alvan and Harriet Amelia Bulke- 
ley Wheeler, born 1835; married Nellie Cutting. 

1401. 

Samuel Porter Wheeler, son of Alvan and Harriet Amelia 
Bulkeley Wheeler, born January 12, 1839; married Catharine F. 
E. Goss, at Kalamazoo, Mich., January 11, 1860. She was born at 
Parsonsfield, Me., January 26, 1840. Mr. Wheeler was educated 
at the academy at Binghamton, in the classics; was admitted to 
the bar, December 9, 1859, and immediately thereafter entered 
upon the practice of law in Cairo. 111., where he still resides. 



188 



BFLKELEV FAMILY 









CHILDREN. 


1539. 


A] van Goss 


Wheeler, 


born May 19, 1861; died June 12, 1861. 


1540. 


Charles Everett " 


" September 20, 1862; died May 23, 1^64 


1541. 


Katie 




" August 30, 1864; died June 9, 1865. 


1542. 


Edith 




" October 27, 1865. 


1543. 


Abbie 




" August 31, 1868. 


1544. 


Bessie 




" April 23, 1871. 


1545. 


Ilattie 




" August 15, 1872. 


1546 


Carrie 




" October 11, 1873. 


1547. 


Samuel Porter " 


" October 31, 1874. 



1403. 

Mary Elisabeth Bulkeley, daughter of Hiram Worthington 
and Mary Jane Oliphant Bulkeley. born April 25. 1836; married 
Samuel Thomas Black, May 7, 1861. 

1406. 

Fannie Bulkeley, daughter of Hiram Worthington and Mary 
Jane Oliphant Bulkeley, born May 21, 1841; married James F. 
Doolittle, June 5, 1869. 

CHILD. 

1548. Millie F. Doolittle, born August 6, 1872. 

1 409. 

Emma Bulkeley, daughter of Hiram "Worthington and Mary 
Jane Oliphant Bulkeley, born Feb. 13, 1849; married Frank H. 
Morris, June 18, 1874. 

141 O. 

John Scudder, son of Hiram Worthington and Mary Jane 
Oliphant Bulkeley. born Dec. 9, 1850; married Alice Earl, Dec 
17, 1873. 

1415. 

William Alonzo Bulkeley, son of Dan. Alonzo, born May 20. 
1848; was twice married : 1. To Henrietta C. Pease, Dec. 16, 1S69. 
2. To Mary Eleanor Beckstem, April 7. 1873. 



CHILD. 

1549. Alice, born March 25, 1871. 



BTLKELET FAMILY 



189 



141 J**. 

A.URELIA Bulkeley Lord, daughter of Thomas Durphy and 
Caroline Bulkehy Lord, born Dec. 7, 1832; married at Canton, 111., 
to Wm. H. Haskell, Nov. 2, 1851. He was born Jan. 4, 181*8. 
at Troy, N. Y. Now publishing The Amboy, Illinois, Journal. 

CHILDREN. 

1550. Henrietta Aurelia Haskell, born Aug. 6, 1853, at Canton, 111. 

1551. Josephine C. " " June 30, 1856. 

1552. William Lord " " April 20, 1858. 
155<. Marv Wiilis " " Jan. 17, 1864. 



1419. 



Josephine Caroline Lord, daughter of Thomas Durphy and 
Caroline Bulkeley Lord, born Aug. 31, 1835; married, in Canton. 
111., Charles Smith, April 16, 1856. Mr. Smith is a Cotton Manu- 
facturer, at Worcester, Mass. 



CHILDREN. 



1554. John Lord Sunt/,. 

1555. Charles Worcester 

1556. William Lord 

1557. Frank Loomis 

1558. Henry Witter 

1559. Caroline Bulkeley 

1560. Josephine Caroline 



born Aug. 1 



1857. 
Oct. 7, 1860. 
Feb. 9, 1863. 
Aug. 25, 1864. 
Nov. 5, 1865. 
Nov. 20, 1867. 
March 9, 1870. 



SECOND GENERATION 



ir. 

Peter Bulkeley, youngest son of Rev. Peter and Grace Chet- 
wood Bulkeley, was born June 12, 1643. He came to Fairfield. 
Conn., with his mother; married and settled there, and was by pro- 
fession a physician. The name of his wife has not been ascertained. 
She probably died before him. He made his will March 25, 1691.' 
in the 49th year of his age. In said will he names his two oldest 
daughters, Grace and Margaret, and son Peter, 1± years old. 
From the will of his brother Gershom, of Wethersfield, we find 
that he had other children, as Gershom and Dorothv, to whom his 



190 BULKELEY FA MILY- 

brother Gershom makes legacies. Gershom's will is some twenty- 
years later than that of Peter. Peter's will commits three chil- 
dren, Margaret, Grace, and Peter, to the care of his brother Ger- 
shom, of Wethersfield, which would lead to the inference that they 
were the youngest. 

The following is a copy of his will, taken from the Fairfield 
Probate Record. 

" I Peter Bulkeley, in the 49th year of my age, now ready to go 
the way of all flesh, do die in the faith of that doctrine which has 
been preached among us. T give my soul to God that gave it. As 
to my small estate, my two feather beds with the bedding and 
linen. I would have them divided between my two oldest daugh- 
ters. (Jrace and Margaret. As to that flock bed that is at Hannah 
Sherman's, there let it remain; or if young James Bennett have it, 
it shall be only upon courtesy, doing my executor's pleasure, as he 
may see cause, in the room of other clothing; and when Peter shall 
come to be bound let two indentures be written interchangeably, 
wherein the said James shall be engaged to teach him the art of 
weaving both lining and wooling to the best of his capacity, being 
bound to him 'till he become one and twenty, being now this day 
seven years and a quarter old. The mare that is now at Daniel 
Silliman's, the man that I had her of is to have her again, being 
so agreed upon between me and his agent Bradley, to be delivered 
at New Haven, together with a Bill of Nathaniel Chittenden for 
New Haven; the other horse must go into the estate. All the 
other estate I leave it wholly to my executor, whether physick or 
other household stuff, and as above so the house and land. T shall 
leave it wholly to my executor, he knowing all the concerns about 
it, and the writing being tyed safe in the trunk. I do here make my 
beloved brother, Gershom Bulkeley, my sole executor, to do and 
act in all things as occasion shall require. That this is my last 
will and testament is hereby declared by setting to my hand and 
seal this 25th of March, 1691. 

PETER BULKELEY. 
Witnesses. . 

John Bulkeley. 

William Hall. 

An Inventory follows this will, and was exhibited to the court 
July 7, 1691. 

It seems he left Margaret and Peter, minors, to be clothed out 
of the estate, unless they shall be provided for by Mr. Gershom 



BULKKLEY FAMILY 



191 



Bulkeley. The persons appointed to see to this are John and 
Joseph Bulkeley. There was some difficulty involved, and the 
court appointed Thomas Jones to adjust the matter." 







CHILDREN. 


1561. 


Gershom. 




1562. 


Dorothy. 




1563. 


Margaret. 




1564. 


Grace. 




1565. 


Peter, 


horn Dec. 25, 1683. 



THIRD GENERATION 



156 1 . 

Gershom Bulkeley, son of Peter Bulkeley, was admitted to 
full communion of the church in Fairfield, under Mr. Wells, June 
13, 1731. He married Rachel Tahott. 



1566. Eunice, 

1567. Rachel, 

1568. Gershom, 

1569. Grace, 

1570. Hezekiah, 

1571. Peter, 

1572. Jonathan, 

1573. Grace, 

1574. Talcott, 



CHILDREN. 

baptized Jan. 14, 1701-2. 
March 3, 1706. 
March 27, 1709. 
May 27, 1711. 
Nov. 2, 1713. 

Feb. 5, 1715; died May 14, 1808. 
May 18, 1718. 

Feb. 2, 1720; m. John Burr, Nov. 9, 1741. 
Aug. 23, 1724. 



1565. 

Peter Bulkeley, son of Peter Bulkeley, of Fairfield, and 
grandson of Rev. Peter Bulkeley, of Concord, Mass.; was a 
weaver — admitted to full communion Aug. 5, 1733. He married 
Hannah Ward, daughter of Samuel Ward, of Mill Plain. He had 
administration on his estate granted Dec. 9, 1752, and distribution 
Feb. 16, 1754. His will was probated Dec. 31, 1771, and he left 
to each of his nine children £112-13-4. the value of their portion 
of land. 



192 



B D L K F. L E Y V A MILY 



1575. David, 

1576. Sarah, 

1577. Sarah, 

1578. Peter, 

1579. Andrew, 

1580. Gershom, 

1581. Jabez, 

1582. Olive, 

1583. Hannah, 

1584. Moses, 

1585. James, 

1 586. Mary, 



CHILDREN. 

baptized March 9, 1711. 

" Dec. 14, 1712; died young. 

" Nov. 2, 1713; m. Joseph Perry, Nov. 11, 1713; 
one son, Joseph. 

Oct. 9, 1715. 

Oct. 6, 1717. 

Aug. 1.3, 1721 ; died May 17, 1797. 

Aug. 4, 1723. 

July, 1725 ; died Aug. 28, 1812. 
" Oct. 17, 1726; m. Eleazer Osborne. 

July 9, 1727. 

Aug. 3, 1729; died 1803. 

Oct. 17, 1731 ; m. Feb. 6, 1755, Thomas Osborne. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

1568. 

Gershom Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Rachel Talcott Bulke- 
ley. married Sarah Banks, daughter of James Banks, May 17, 
1736. 



CHILDREN. 



1587. Amelia, 

1588. Joseph, 

1589. Gershom, 



bom Oct. 19, 1738; died May 27, 1754. 
" Nov. 2, 1741 ; died April 22, 1742. 
" Sept. 19, 1751 ; m. Amelia Bradley, May 3, 1776. 



1570. 

Hezekiah Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Rachel Talcott Bulke- 
ley; married Catharine Hill, Jan. 4, 1739. 

CHILDREN. 

1590. Ann, born Sept. 13, 1739. 

1591. Hezekiah, " Oct. 17, 1749. 



1 ST 1 . 

Peter Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Rachel Talcott Bulkelev, 
born Feb. 5, 1715; died May 4, 1808. He married Anna Hill, 
July 9, 1740. She was born 1719, and died April 11, 1795. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



193 



1592. 


William, 


1593. 


Abigail, 


1594. 


Grace, 


1595. 


Elizabeth, 


1596. 


Gershom, 


1597. 


Rachel, 


1598. 


Jonathan, 


1599. 


Eunice, 


1600. 


Abraham, 


1601. 


Jerusha, 


1602. 


Eleanor, 


1603. 


Anne, 



CHILDREN. 

born Feb. 17, 1741 ; died March 7, 1787. 

" April 12, 1743; m. Daniel Burr, April 20, 1769. 

" April 7, 1745; died April, 1766. 

" Dec. 13, 1746; m. Peter Morehouse. 

" May 9, 1748. 

" March 30, 1750; m. Robert and Peter Scudder. 

" Nov. 15, 1751. 

" April 9, 1753; m. David Meeker. 

" June 15, 1755. 

" Jan. 26, 1757; m. John Osborne, May 16, 1780. 

" July 21, 1759; m. Lovel Chapman, Dec. 30, 1779. 

" Aug. 17, 1761 ; m. Increase Burr. 



1604. 


Esther, 


1605. 


Molly, 


1606. 


Amelia, 


1607. 


Talcott, 


1608. 


Abigail, 


1609. 


Happy, 


1610. 


Bradley, 


1611. 


Ruhamah, 


1612. 


Bradley, 



1574. 

Talcott Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Rachel Talcott Bulke- 
ley, born Aug. 23, 1724; married Esther Bradley, Jane 19, 1753. 

CHILDREN. 

baptized Sept. 10, 1754. 

" Feb. 6, 1755 ; m. Dec. 19, 1774, Joseph Morehouse. 
June 12, 1757. 
Feb. 24, 1759. 
" Aug. 2, 1761 ; m. Josiah Bradley, of Greenfield, 
Jan. 28, 1779. 
June 19, 1763; m. Gad Alder sman, of Simsbury, 
June 18, 1783. 
" Jan. 20, 1765; died young. 
Aug. 26, 1767. 
May 7, 1769. 

David Bulkeley, son of Peter and Hannah Ward Bulkeley, 
baptized March 9, 1711; married Sarah Beers, of Fairfield, Conn.; 
removed with his brother Moses to Nine Partners, N. Y., when 
the war came on. He died in Weston, Conn., in 1804, aged 93. 
In his youth he was a weaver, farmer, deacon of the church, and a 
good man. He also was quite a poet. Not being comfortable at 
Nine Partners, his son David brought him to his home in "Weston, 
where he died. 



CHILDREN. 

baptized Aug. 28, 1737; died young. 

" Oct. 5, 1740; married Daniel Godfrey, of Weston. 
" June 6, 1742; m. Benjamin Whittier, Nov. 17, 1764. 

July 1, 1744 ; died Aug. 3, 1819. 
" June 5, 1746; m. William Downes. 



1613. 


Eunice, 


1614; 


Eunice, 


1615. 


Sarah, 


1616. 


David, 


1617. 


Hannah, 



25 



194 



BULKELEY FAMILY 



1618. Ward, baptized March 13, 1747-8. 



1619. Lois, 

1620. Isaac, 

1621. Grace, 

1622. Joseph, 



May 27, 1750; m. Jonathan Cole, May 15, 1770. 
1753; died 1770. 

April 22, 1753; m. Thaddeus Perry, Jan. 19, 1774. 
May 1, 1755; died June 4, 1813. 



1577. 

Sarah Bulkeley, daughter of Peter and Hannah Ward Bulke- 
ley, baptized Nov. 2, 1713; married Joseph Perry, son of Joseph 
Perry, Nov. 11, 1736, died Aug. 20, 1753. 



1623. Peter Perry, 

1624. Joseph " 

1625. Sarah " 

1626. Joseph 



CHILDREN. 

born Feb. 4, 1738. 
" April 11, 1741 ; died May 9, 1743. 
" July 25, 1 744. 
" Aug. 4, 1748. 



1578. 

Peter Bulkeley, son of Peter and Hannah Ward Bulkeley, 
baptized Oct. 9, 1715; was a sea captain from Black Rock, Conn., 
to the West Indies. He married for his first wife, Sarah Tumey, 
daughter of Thomas Tumey, Jan. 1, 1740-41; for his second, 
Hannah Sherwood, of Newtown, Feb. 14, 1760. 



1627. Elizabeth, 

1628. Andrew, 

1629. Peter, 

1630. Aaron, 

1631. Sarah, 

1632. Gershom, 

1633. Turney, 

1634. Nathan, 

1635. Hannah, 



CHILDREN BY THE FIRST WIFE. 

born Aug. 27, 1741 ; m. 

" Nov. 27, 1743. 

" May 13, 1745. 

" Feb. 22, 1748. 

" Dec. 22, 1750; m. 

" Feb. 6, 1753. 

" June 9, 1755. 

" Feb. 16, 1757; died 1837. 

CHILD BY THE SECOND WIFE. 

born Jan. 12, 1761. 



Mclnster. 



Meeker 



1579. 

Andrew Bulkeley, son of Peter and Hannah Ward Bulkeley, 
born Oct. 6, 1717; married Abigail , who died, Nov. 11, 

1815, aged 76. 

CHILD. 

1636. Abigail, baptized Nov. 8, 1771. 

1581. 

Jabez Bulkeley, son of Peter and Hannah Ward Bulkeley, 
baptized Aug. 4, 1723; married Elizabeth Osborne, Nov. 5, 1747. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



195 



CHILDREN. 

1637. Elisabeth Osborne, baptized Nov. 26, 1750. 

1638. Lydia " " March 18, 1753, m. Jonathan Bulkeley, son 

of Gershom Bulkeley. 

1639. Sarah " " April 2, 1758 ; m. Ebenezer Sturgis. 



# 1583. 

Hannah Bulkeley, daughter of Peter and Hannah Ward 
Bulkeley, baptized Oct. 11, 1726; married Eleazer Osborne, June 
29, 1738. She died May 22, 1788. 



1640. Eleazer Osborne, 

1641. Sarah 

1642. David 

1643. Gershom 

1644. Hannah 

1645. Grezzel 

1646. Ellen 

1647. Ebenezer 



CHILDREN. 

born April 11, 1739. 

" May 27, 1741. 

" Sept. 3, 1743. 

" April 23, 1746. 

" Nov. 11, 1748. 

" March 24, 1751. 

" Dec. 18, 1754. 



1584. 

Moses Bulkeley, son of Peter and Hannah Ward Bulkeley, 
born at Southport, July 9, 1727; married Abigail Sturgis, Aug. 29, 
1758. They settled at Nine Partners, Washington, Dutchess 
County, New York. 



1648. Jabez, 

1649. Ellen, 

1650. Elizabeth, 

1651. Sturgis, 

1652. Moses, 



CHILDREN. 

baptized Aug. 12, 1760. 

" May 30, 1762. 

Nov. 25, 1764. 

June 14, 1767. 

Aug. 21, 1769. 



1583. 

James Bulkeley, son of Peter and Hannah Ward Bulkeley, 
born Aug. 3, 1729; married Elizabeth Whitehead, Jan. 16, 1738; 
died June 27, 1809. 



1653. Mary, 

1654. Eunice, 

1655. Abigail, 

1656. Eleazer, 

1657. Mabel, 

1658. James, 



CHILDREN. 

born April 3, 1757. 
" April 15, 1759. 

" Dec. 5, 1760; m. Josiah Beardsley, July 20, 1779. 
" Feb. 2, 1763 ; died Feb. 5, 1843. 

" May 24, 1765 ; m. Nathan Wheeler; died Dec. 14, 1827. 
" Aug. 27, 1768; died Sept. 15, 1805. 



196 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1659. Elisabeth, born June 14, 1772 ; died April 5, 1847 ; m. Richard Bangs. 

1660. Honkin, " April 7, 1770; died Dec. 1, 1819. 

1661. Andrew, " Sept. 4, 1774 ; died July, 1795. 

1662. Moses, " Oct. 27, 1776 ; died July, 1795. 

1663. Mary, " July 28, 1779; m. Joab Squire. Removed to Ohio in 

1817. 

1586. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of Peter and Hannah Ward Bulke- 
ley, born Oct. 17, 1731; married Howes Osborne, son of John Os- 
borne, Feb. 6, 1755. 

CHILD. 

1664. John Osborne, born June 24, 1756. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 

1589. 

Gershom Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Sarah Banks Bulkeley, 
born September 19, 1751; married Amelia Bradley, March 3, 1776. 

CHILDREN. 

1665. Amelia, born March 24, 1776; married Lyman Hall, October 22, 1797, 

and died in 1814. 

1666. Bradley, " September 24, 1780; died October 5, 1781. 

1667. Gershom, " June 28, 1784; died June 23, 1830. 

1668. Timothy, " September 23, 1787; married Susannah Osborne, October 

19, 1823; died October 12, 1857.' 

1591. 

Hezekiah Bulkeley, son of Hezekiah and Catharine Hill 
Bulkeley, born October 17, 1749; married Abigail Blackman, Feb- 
ruary 23, 1775. 

CHILDREN. 

1669. Zalmon, born 1782; died March 2, 1842. 

1670. Abigail, " September 28, 1790; married Jesse Bradley. 

1671. Clarissa, " September 13, 1794; married Squire Disbrow. 

1672. Huldah, " ; married David Oysterbanks, and had 

one child, Ann Bulkeley; died November 3, 1805, aged 3. 



BULKELET FAMILY. 197 

159S. 

William Bulkeley, son of Peter and Ann Hill Bulkeley, born 
February 17, 1741; married Elizabeth Burr, who died in 1805, aged 
62. He was one of the largest property holders of the borough of 
Southport. He built the house in which Miss Emily Meeker resides, 
and owned all the land east side of the bridge, including the woods 
to the water's edge ; also the land where Mr. George Bulkeley now 
resides; the Congregational Church; the railroad station and all 
the land east of it to the main road. He died in 1787, aged 41. 

CHILDREN. 

1673. William, born 1768; died in 1808. 

1674. Grace, ; married April 27, 1788, 1, Peter Whitney; 2, 

Ephraim Robbins. 

1675. Burr, " July 24, 1777 ; married Sarah Conklin. 

1676. Hill, 

1677. Talcott, " of Greenfield. 

1678. Elisabeth, " ; married Samuel Higgins, September 24, 1804. 

1679. Eunice, " 1776; died in 1798. 

1680. Anne Hill, " 1778; died unmarried, and left property. 

1596. 

Gershom Bulkeley, son of Peter and Ann Hill Bulkeley, born 
May 9, 1748; married, 1, Elizabeth Chapman, who died in 1795, 
aged 44. He removed from Sasco, Fairfield County, in the begin- 
ning of the century, first to Bye, N. Y., afterwards to Harrison, 
Westchester County, N. Y. Elizabeth Chapman, his first wife, 
had two sisters, one married Simon Couch, the other Talcott 
Banks, of the parish of Green's Farms. Her father was a clergy- 
man, the Bev. Daniel Chapman, and preached at Green's Farms. 
Her brother, Lovell Chapman, lived and died at Green's Farms. 
James Chapman lived, near Muddy Brook, very secluded, (almost 
a hermit). He was a weaver. David Chapman removed to the 
state of Delaware. Denny Chapman went to Ballston, Saratoga 
County, N. Y. The younger Denny Chapman, the Protestant 
Methodist clergyman, lived at Plainfield, N. J. The Chapmans 
were once considered the "big guns" of the nation. Many of 
them went to the Susquehanna Country, and became thrifty farm- 
ers. He married, 2, Widow Piatt, whose maiden name was Ray- 
mond; 3, Mary Osborne, widow of David, April 20, 1S04. Her 
maiden name was Bertram. 

CHILDREN. 

1681. Mary, married May 27, 1799, Abijah Wakeman. 

1682. Elisabeth, married February 5, 1797, John Alvord. 



198 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1683. Peter, born November 25, 1774; died June 27, 1840. 

1684. Charles," April 5, 1786; died in 1794. 

1685. Lovel, ) 

[ twins, died young. 

1686. Desire, ) 

1687. William, 

1688. Gershom, 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

1689. Caroline, baptized May 20, 1798. 

1690. Abby Jane, born May 7, 1802; died May, 1838. 

CHILDREN BY THE THIRD MARRIAGE. 

1691. Ann, married Rev. E. Piatt. 

1692. Jane, 

There were five families of children dwelling as one in that 
patriarchal household, and it was a family of harmony and love. 
Neither before nor after his death was there any thing but the best 
of feeling between all its different branches. So great was the 
attachment that two marriages took place between the step children 
and his own children. 

1398. 

Jonathan Bulkeley, son of Peter and Ann Hill Bulkeley, born 
November 15, 1751; married Lydia Bulkeley, daughter of Jabez, 
December 12, 1776. 

CHILDREN. 

1693. Barzilla, a minister settled in Flushing, L. I.; married Mary Green. 

1694. Anna, 

1695. Jonathan, married Ann Osborne. 

1696. Sarah, 

1697. William, minister; married Miss Battelle; died at Santa Cruz. 

1698. Anna, married, 1, Mr. Lane; 2, Mr. Leach. 

1699. Clarissa, ) 

1700. Lydia, > died young of consumption. 

1701. Sarah, ) 

1600. 

Abraham Bulkeley, son of Peter and Anna Hill Bulkeley, born 
June 15, 1755; married Jane . 

CHILDREN. 

1702. Rachel, born May 21, 1784; died October 21, 1819; married Stephen Os- 

borne, November 17, 1799. 

1703. Francis, " January 30, 1786; died September 17, 1818. 

1704. Esther, " July 13, 1789; married Levi Downes, January 14, 1816; 

died November 28, 1861. 

1705. Charlotte," October 24, 1791 ; m. David Jennings, 1832; died May, 1874. 

1706. Joel Burr," July 7, 1798; married Priscilla Starges. 







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BULKELEY FAMILY. 199 

16 IS. 

Bradley Bulkeley, son of Talcott and Esther Bulkeley, born 
May 7, 1769; married Mollie Burr, July 13, 1791. 

CHILDREN. 

1707. Harriet, baptized June 10, 1798. 

1708. Abigail, " September, 1803. 

1709. Mary Bradley, " October 20, 1805. 

1617. 

David Bulkeley, son of David and Sarah Beers Bulkeley, born 
July 1, 1744. He married Sarah , born in 1755; died in 

1813. He died August 3, 1813. 

CHILDREN. 

1710. David Ward, born 1783; married Rebeccah Gregory, May 11, 1789. 

1711. Aaron, 



1712. Nehemiah, 

1713. Moses, 

1714. Sarah, 

1715. Lois, 

1716. Eunice, 



1788; married Anna 
1791. He is now (1875) about 83 years of age 
August, 1802; died in 1872, by an accident, aged 70. 

married David Gallfray. 

married Stephen Perry. 

married John Gilbert. 



ieao. 

Isaac Bulkeley, son of David and Sarah Beers Bulkeley, born 
in Green's Farms. Conn., 1753; married November 8, 1762, Debo- 
rah Couch, who died October 31, 1816, aged 78. 

CHILDREN. 

1717. Deborah, born July 24, 1763; married Abel Turney, of Fairfield, Decem- 

ber 26, 1784. 

1718. Molly, " June 24, 1764; married, 1, Abel Turney; 2, Aaron Cable, 

February 23, 1806. 

1719. Isaac, " 1766. 

1720. Levi, baptized May 29, 1768; died young. 

1721. David, born May 23, 1770; died in Waterbury, October 11, 1860, aged 90. 

16SS. 

Joseph Bulkeley, son of David and Sarah Beers Bulkeley, born 
in Weston, Conn., May 1, 1755; married Grizzel Thorp, July 27, 
1777. 

CHILDREN. 

1722. Isaac, ) m. Mehetabel Simmons. 

> twins, born November 13/1778; 

1723. Clarissa, ) m. Peter Sturgis, July 7, 1799. 

1724. Ward, " November 29, 1782 ; died March 8, 1862. 

1725. Sarah, " July 9, 1784; m. David Bradley, Dec. 31, 1815. 

1726. Eunice, " July 3, 1786; m. Aaron Morehouse, Oct. 25, 1807. 



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BULKELEY FAMILY 



1727. 


Anna, 


1728. 


Anna, 


1729. 


David, 


1730. 


Anna, 


1731. 


Joseph, 


1732. 


Benjamin, 


1733. 


Lois, 



born December 22, 1787; died young. 

October 30, 1789; died young. 
" August 1, 17 91 ; m. Deborah 



twins," 



— ; no children. 
March 1, 1793; m. Aaron Bulkeley, Nov. 28, 1816. 

died in 1837. 
July 3, 1795; 

died January 26, 1872. 
October 31, 1797 ; m. Ebenezer Morehouse. 



1689. 

Peter Bulkeley, son of Peter and Sarah Turney Bulkeley, born 
May 3, 1745; married May Green. He resides in Redding, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

1733£. Peter, born about 1764. 

1734. Mary, " 1767. 

1735. Sarah, " 1770. 

1736. Elisabeth," 1773. 

1737. Phebe, " February 9, 1776; in. Micajah Nash; died Dec. 11, 1781. 

1738. Gershom, " July 29, 1779; died November 28, 1849. 

1739. Lucy, " November 14, 1783; died November 9, 1864. 

1740. Andrew, " 1785; m. Damaris Wheeler; died in 1860. 

1741. Ebenezer G., bom December 30, 1787; died February 11, 1871. 

1742. Daniel S., " December 17, 1790; died August 28, 1872. 

1633. 

Turney Bulkeley, son of Peter and Sarah Turney Bulkeley, 
born June 9, 1795; married Esther Johnson. 

CHILDREN. 

1743. William, born June 7, 1787; died, April, 1869. 
: < 1793; died January 24, 1823. 
'■' ; m. Aaron Grey. 

' March 21, 1779; m. David Burr, November 24, 1803. 

' ; m. David Lyons. 

' 1784; m. Washington Hall, of Newtown, Conn. 

' ; m. November, 1824, Eli Hawley. They 

live in Bethel, Conn. 
' ; m. November 27, 1819, Morris Burr, of 

Greenfield. 
' ; m. Marcus Noble. 



1744. 


David, 


1745. 


Eunice, 


1746. 


Sarah, 


1747. 


Lucy, 


1748. 


Lois, 


1749. 


Eliza, 


1750. 


Arrety, 


1751. 


Amelia, 



1634. 

Nathan Bulkeley, son of Peter and Sarah Turney Bulkeley, 
born February 16, 1757. HeVemoved from Fairfield to Danbury, 
Conn., in 1800, and preached in the First Baptist Church until his 

death, Juue 9, 1837. He married, 1, a Jennings ; 2, Anna , 

who died February 1, 1817. 






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CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

1752. Sarah, married Marsh, of New Milford. 

1753. Gershom, settled in New Milford. 

1754. Deacon Nathan, born November I, 1787 ; died April 11, 1858. 

1755. Esther. 

1656. 

Eleazer Bulkeley, son of James and Elisabeth Whitehead 
Bulkeley, born February 2, 1763; married Mary Ogden, daughter 
of Jonathan Ogden, December 22, 1785, of Mill Plain, Conn. The 
following historical sketch has been furnished by one of his 
descendants: 

Eleazer Bulkeley was born February 2, 1763. His father, James, 
was a weaver, "and intended," he says in his narrative, "that 1 
should learn the same trade, for which I had a great dislike. From 
eight to ten, at intervals. 1 was at school, and attending to my 
father's calls. From ten until twelve I was of some assistance to 
him, earning in the summer months twenty shillings a month. At 
twelve I inclined to follow a seafaring life, and at the close of the 
year 1774 left my home in Mill River, for New York, on a market 
boat. At the close of the month of April, 1775, the inhabitants 
were panic-struck at the news, by a messenger on horseback, of 
the battle of Lexington. The battle of Bunker Hill occurred soon 
after, and the people were now making every effort to put them- 
selves into a common defense, both by sea and land. 

"At the commencement of the year 1776 the Defense, an armed 
vessel, was fitted out at New Haven by the state of Connecticut. 
A goodly number of men, and boys too, enlisted in her from Fair- 
field, I among the latter, after receiving (reluctantly) my father's 
permission. We were taken from Black Rock, to the vessel then 
lying in New Haven Harbor, on the 13th of March, 1776, and 
returned in the Defense to Black Rock, when we learned of the 
evacuation of Boston by the British. We proceeded to Boston. 
Our first encounter was with a sloop and brig, and after a close 
contest both surrendered. The loss on their side was thirty-nine 
killed and wounded; on ours none killed, and a few only wounded. 
Colonel Campbell (captain) was taken prisoner. He was afterwards 
exchanged for Colonel Ethan Allen, then in England a prisoner. 
After this action we sailed for New London, where we were put on 
another vessel, to which the name of our old one was given, and in 
June started on a cruise. When ten or twelve days out I espyed 
a sail. On coming up to it we found it a British ship from Jamaica 

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202 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

We Took oit' her crew, put a prize master on board, and ordered 
her back to New London. Early one morning in the last of Sep- 
tember we lef t Holmes Hole for New London. For two months 
we remained in New London. While here I was severely bitten 
by a squirrel, and nearly lost my life by a fall. My skull was frac- 
tured, and it was some time before 1 recovered. In December our 
captain resigned for a more important charge, and. under command 
of another, we sailed for the West Indies. Through the winter we 
cruised about the islands, captured four prizes, which safely arrived 
at the several ports to which they were sent. In the following 
spring we returned to New Bedford, when I and a number of others 
applied for a discharge. Some time alter this the Defense was 
ordered to Boston, to be cut in two and lengthened. We were 
discharged, and in the early summer I returned to my parents, after 
an absence of thirteen months, and for the services rendered in the 
Defense at this early age I am now receiving a pension. 

•After remaining at home three or four months 1 found a num- 
ber of my associates were joining a company in Fail-Held, to go to 
New London to a privateer that was being fitted out, and I resolved 
at once to go. I knew my parents would not willingly give their 
consent to my going, so in the evening I bundled up a few clothes 
and threw them to the ground from the chamber window, mingled 
again with the family, and as opportunity offered walked out, took 
up my clothes and went to Fairfield, where I joined the company 
and repaired to Black Rock, thence to New London. We soon 
went to sea, and, as we fell in with no vessels, concluded to repair 
to the Western Islands and intercept vessels bound for Quebec. 
Shortly after we captured a British vessel bound for this port, and 
ordered her back to New Bedford. I was one of the crew put on 
board. It was thirty-nine days before we made land, and for thir- 
teen days were in want of provisions, subsisting mostly on English 
damaged biscuit boiled in beer. (The arrival of the brig safely 
seemed almost a miracle, after passing by all the British ports, and 
not meeting with a single British sail.) Shortly after this I took 
passage in a privateer sloop for New London. Having arrived 
here, and ashamed to go home, having earned nothing', I enlisted in 
the Brig Nancy, and sailed, on the first of November, for the West 
Indies. After cruising for some time without success we sailed 
for Cayenne, on the Surinam coast. Much time was spent hei'e. 
We, however, resumed the cruise 1 on the first of January. Off 
Antigua we were run down by what we supposed was a British 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 203 

vessel, but which, proved to be the American privateer, Bunker Hill, 
from Boston. This unlucky mistake broke up our cruise, and we 
bore up for home, arriving at New London in about fifteen days, 
after a cruise of five months. Here we found the Defense, bound 
for Fairfield, and I with a number of our crew took passage in her 
for Black Rock, not, however, to reach the latter place in this ves- 
sel, for we went back to New London. The ship brought up on a 
reef and was lost, and again I started for home in a galley. Ar- 
riving at Black Rock I gathered up my clothes and started for 
home, with a full determination to follow some other business 
beside privateering for the future. I was joyfully welcomed, not- 
withstanding my two last years had given my parents so much 
trouble and anxiety. My time now was mostly employed in going 
to school, and taking vacancies to keep guard. 

" At the beginning of the year 1779, I enlisted with a company 
of forty men under command of Capt. E. Thorp. The guard was 
stationed close to the beach on the east side of Kinsey's Point; 
night only required close watch. But on the 7th of July, stand- 
ing alone on the place now occupied by Oliver Perry, Esq., I saw 
two hundred British land on the hill opposite. They at once com- 
menced the burning of Fairfield. 

"At the opening of the year 1780 my time expired, and for this 
land service I am receiving a pension (1841) which, with my year's 
sea service, is termed a full pension. In April, 1780, I sailed 
for Nantucket with Capt. Stephen Thorp, where I with his consent, 
enlisted for a cruise to the "West Indies. At Providence we found 
our vessel ready for sea. We sailed the 20th of April for the 
island of Cuba. About the middle of May, when approaching our 
destination, the ship brought suddenly oh a sunken reef, but by 
the Captain's stratagem was saved, and we again made sail for 
Hispaniola, entering in two or three days the harbor of St. Francis. 
Here we repaired damages. This incessant labor caused much 
sickness. I was brought very low with intermittent fever. Capt. 
Gardiner was very kind to me, showing a father's solicitude for 
me. I still grew weaker, and all hopes of recovery were given up. 
I thought if I could be at home, I should die content, but the idea 
of breathing my last in a foreign land, was most painful. A phy- 
sician brought on board by the Captain, left a vial with my attend- 
ant, telling him to give me a few drops in water every half hour. 
Upon taking the first spoonful, it seemed to me like fire through 
my whole system, giving new life and animation, and I recovered 



204 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

slowly from that very hour, and in two or three weeks could walk 
about deck with assistance. On the first of July we sailed for Phil- 
adelphia, and on the morning of the fifteenth arrived off Cape Hen- 
lopen. All were in high spirits, expecting to be in Philadelphia 
that night. While waiting for a pilot we were boarded and taken 
possession of by two schooners of New York. The captors of- 
fered our crew their liberty if they would assist in getting the 
" Sally " afloat, (for she had been aground on a place called the 
Sheer,) they gladly accepted the proposal. Being still feeble, I 
lay in my berth. One of the Refugees ordered me on deck ; as 
I was ascending the companion way slowly the ruffian aimed a 
blow at me with a lynch staff which just grazed my side. About 
sun-down, I, with the rest of the sick, were put in a boat and shoved 
off from the " Sally," and landed on Cape Henlopen beach; drag- 
ging our boat across the beach into Lewiston Creek, we rowed up 
to Lewiston, where we arrived at 10 o'clock at night. In the 
morning a sailor kindly gave me a straw hat, which was very 
acceptable, as I had nothing to screen my head from the scorching 
sun. I went across the street on to an eminence, to see if I could 
discover any signs of the "Sally" and her captors; not one of 
them was to be seen. I learned afterwards, that after getting the 
" Sally " afloat, the refugees violated their promise to liberate the 
crew, confined them in a prison ship in New York, where nearly 
all of them died. 

" As I stood upon the hill looking for my lost comrades, my feel- 
ings can be better imagined than described. It was a beautiful 
morning, about wheat harvest, the level fields covered with grain 
as far as the eye could reach, the birds singing, the quails whist- 
ling, and all nature seemed joyous; I alone was miserable, enfeebled 
by my long sickness, without friends or money, far from home, 
my shipmates all gone, despair overcame me, and I burst into 
tears. Recovering my spirits after a while, I returned to the 
village; the landlady gave me a bowl of bread and milk, the first 
food I had tasted since leaving the ship. The pilot who brought 
us ashore took me with him to Cape May, where was his home, 
and brought me to the Pilots' hotel, kept by Mr. Buck, making 
known to him my circumstances. Mr. Buck welcomed me with 
much kindness, telling me to stay with him till I was fully recov- 
ered. I remained with him nearly three weeks, and being now 
quite well again, I determined to return to Philadelphia. On 
taking leave of Mr. Buck and his family, I expressed my fears 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 205 

that I might never be able to make him any return for his kind- 
ness and attention to me. He replied, " You may yet become a 
useful member of society, if you do, and you meet a person in dis- 
tress, relieve him, and in that way you will recompense me." 
Some months afterwards I bought in St. Thomas, a set of China, 
as a present for Mrs. Buck. I sent it by one of our crew, who 
proved to be a thief, and never delivered it. While in Philadel- 
phia I agreed to go with Gapt. Mathews in his market boat, and 
made three trips with him. When being fully recovered in health, 
I shipped in Brig Joanna for St. Thomas, for $40 the run. After 
a short passage, we arrived at St. Thomas. Our return cargo was 
salt; each of the crew had the privilege of 4 bags (8 bushels) to 
be sold for their benefit in Philadelphia. After a passage of six 
or seven weeks we reached Philadelphia, and on discharging the 
cargo my bags of salt were missing. This was a serious loss to me, 
as it cost little, and then sold for four dollars a bushel. I after- 
wards learned that the same rascal to whom I entrusted the set of 
China for Mrs. Buck, had stolen my bags of salt, and sold them in 
the night. I received the wages for my last voyage, deducting 
the physician's bill at St. Thomas, and after a few days shipped on 
a brig; for Havana. With what I had saved and a month's ad- 
vance, I laid out $40 for flour, cheese, and apples, on my own 
account. In 15 days we anchored in Havana. Our cargo was in 
great demand ; flour $20 per barrel, cheese 75 cents a pound, and 
other articles in proportion. I bought from a boat having such 
articles for sale, a powder-horn made in the "Moro Castle," on 
which was a representation of the Spanish Crown, the Castle, and 
vessels going in and out of the harbor of Havana, which I gave to 
my grand-daughter, Mary Josephine Bulkeley, in 1841, having 
owned it myself sixty years. We sailed from Havana, and on the 
20 th of February, after an absence of three months, arrived in 
Philadelphia. On settling up my voyage I found myself in pos- 
session of over $100. After providing myself with necessary 
clothing, still having $80 in silver, I turned my thoughts home- 
wards. At Kings Ferry, fifty miles above New York, on my 
way home, I met an old acquaintance, Gershom Bulkeley, whom 
I accompanied to Mill River, arriving at home on the first 
of April, after an absence of a year. Remaining two weeks at 
home, I went to Boston with Capt. Peters, discharged cargo, and 
returned to Middletown, when I took my discharge, and walked 
to Black Rock in one day. Through the summer of 1781, I was 



206 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

engaged on a small Brig owned by the inhabitants of "Mill 
River." 

"Early in 1782, I went with Capt. Stephen Thorp to Rhode Isl- 
and, and continued in the same vessel through the summer. In 
the autumn I visited my uncle Moses Bulkeley, who lived back in 
the country, and bought of him the land on which I now live, 
(1841,) for fifty dollars. In December I joined one of the boats 
from Fairfield, in a projected expedition to take some British forts 
on Long Island. From this time until peace was declared in the 
following spring, I was engaged in no affair of particular moment. 

"In April, 1783, news of peace arrived, which caused great re- 
joicing. Everybody was anxious to visit New York, which had 
been in possession of the enemy seven years. I went in April. 
While there, I engaged to go to New Providence in a small sloop 
owned by George Brown. We arrived safely in New Providence, 
disposed of our cargo, took in a return cargo, and started again 
for New York. I was now put in charge of the sloop, and sailed 
for Nova Scotia, taking with me Gapt. Brown and wife, and a 
number of his friends. A part of my passengers, and himself and 
wife landed at Granville, and put up temporary houses. After- 
ward Capt. Brown laid out a town at Beaver's Harbor, and urged 
me to take a lot. I declined at first, but he insisting, I accepted 
one, and gave James Tucker a power of attorney with ten dollars 
to take care of it for me, but I never went there again to claim it. 
In September we sailed for Boston, remained there a few days, and 
in October sailed again for Nova Scotia. Here the sloop was laid 
up for the winter, but thinking it would not do to be idle long, I 
made a voyage to Boston, returning to Nova Scotia in 1784, the 
beginning of the year. I remained three months, visiting the 
families I had brought here. May following made a voyage to 
Boston, and in July one to New York. In August, after a monthly 
visit in the Bay, I sailed again for New York, taking with me 
Capt. Brown and his family, who had sold out in Nova Scotia. 
We arrived in October. We sailed the same month for Jamaica ; 
a few days out experienced severe weather. Coming up with 
Turks Island, as I was asleep in the cabin, I dreamed that I saw 
land and reefs of rocks ahead. Waking suddenly, visibly im- 
pressed with my dream, I hurried on deck, and found the vessel 
running directly for the land and reefs just as they had appeared 
in my dream. She would undoubtedly have run ashore in a few 
minutes had I not in this singular manner been warned of our 



BTLKELEY FAMILY. 207 

danger. Arriving safely at Kingston, we discharged our cargo in 
three weeks, and in November cleared for New York, arriving 
there the 5th of January, 1785. On settling with the owners for 
my services there was due me for the last nineteen months $200, 
which Capt. Brown paid me in gold, one of which pieces 1 have 
always I'etained. I now returned home, where I remained six 
weeks, hut not contented to remain longer idle, I engaged as mate 
with Capt. Joseph Bartram, and made a voyage in a sloop to North 
Carolina; returned home in April. 1 was now solicited by Miah 
Perry to take part of a vessel with him, which I concluded to do. 
< )n one occasion, when Mr. Perry and I were in Marblehead with 
a cargo of flax, we were swindled out of about $100 worth of it 
by one whom we thought would help us sell it. We felt quite sore 
at our loss, as it, was the commencement of our coasting business. 
1 continued in the same business during the summer of 17S">. 
between Mill River, New York, and New Haven. In the autumn 
of this year I was married to Mary Ogden, daughter of Jonathan 
Ogden, who died in 1775, when she was only live years old. He 
would often call her to him and say. • My poor Polly, what will 
become of you'.''' 

"In the spring of 1786 I built a house, which is still standing 
near where I now live. In the autumn Mr. Perry and I dissolved 
all further connection in the way of business. Unaccustomed to 
idle habits, I went as mate in a brig to Point Peter, about sixty 
miles from Cape Francis. We lay here three months, returning to 
Black Rock in April, 1787. In the spring of this year I bought 
out Miah Perry's part of the sloop, and continued in the coasting 
trade the next year: sold out soon after, and bought part of an- 
other vessel. Continuing this business for a time I increased my 
vessel property as means would allow, and as my sons grew up 
placed them in business with myself, and so have continued, father 
and sons being equally united." 

Thus originated the shipping firm of E. Bulkeley & Sons, of 
New York, which has continued from that date (1788) until the 
present time — nearly a century. He died February 5, 1843, and 
for his benevolence and goodness of heart those can testify who 
knew him best. His mind was ever active. As a patriot and 
republican of the -'old school" he took a lively interest in the per- 
petuity and welfare of his country, the independence of which he 
had in some small measure contributed to establish. After the 
close of the war he was actively engaged in commercial business 
with his sons until his death. 



208 BULKELEY FAMILY. 







CHILDREN. 


1756. 


Jonathan, 


born November 26, 1786. 


1757. 


Andrew, 


December 13, 1789. 


1758. 


Lot, 


" July 13, 1794. 


1759. 


Moses, 


September 18, 1796. 


1760. 


George, 


February 2, 1800. 


1761. 


Charles, 


" January 5, 1804. 



1657. 

Mabel Bulkeley, daughter of James and Elisabeth Whitehead 
Bulkeley, born May 24, 1765; married Nathan Wheeler, of Green- 
field, Conn.; died December 14, 1827. 

CHILDREN. 

1762. Nathan Wheeler, a farmer in Greenfield, Conn. 

1763. Sanford " 

1764. Howkin " now living, about 80 years of age. 

1765. Moses " lived with William on Long Island. 

1766. William " a prominent physician near Babylon, L. I. 

loss. 

James Bulkeley, son of James and Elisabeth Whitehead Bulke- 
ley, born in Southport, Conn., August 27, 1768; married Miss 
Jarvis, and died in Norfolk, Va., September 15, 1805. 

CHILDREN. 

1767. Stephen, born in 1794; died January, 1864, unmarried. 

1 768. Walter, 

1769. Julia Ann, baptized December 15, 1798; m. Philo Smith, August 7, 1825. 

1770. James, " January 8, 1802. 

1771. George Jarvis, born Nov. 16, 1812; m. Miss Chapman. No children. 

1772. Rosalie, " May 9, 1815. 

lOOO. 

Howkin Bulkeley, son of James and Elisabeth Whitehead, 
Bulkeley, born April 7, 1770; married — 1, Catharine Judson ; 2, 
Elisabeth Lee. He died December 1, 1819. 

CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

1773. Styles, born October 19, 1795. 

1774. Tuzar, " October 21, 1798. 

1775. Catharine, born in 1800; m. Moses Bulkeley. She died in 1832. 

1776. Hiram, " 1805. 

1777. Elisabeth, " 1808. 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

1779. Amanda. 

1780. George. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 209 

1659. 

Elisabeth Bulkeley, daughter of James and Elisabeth White- 
head Bulkeley, born June 14, 1772; married, 1, Richard Bangs, 
Dec, 1793; he died April 5, 1847. 2, Levi Perry. 

CHILDREN. 

1781. Jonathan Bangs. 

1782. Eliza " m. Jennings. 

1663. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of James and Elisabeth Whitehead 
Bulkeley, born July 28, 1779; married Joab Squire, July 31, 1800. 
Removed to Florence, Ohio, about 1816. 

CHILDREN. 

Squire. 



a merchant banker in Ohio. 
m. Tillinghast, of Ohio. 

a politician. He was elected to the State 
Senate of Ohio, but died before taking 
the seat. He was a fluent speaker, and a 
promising young man. 



1783. 


Ruth 


1784. 


Adeline 


1785. 


JV1 unson 


1786. 


George 


1787. 

1788. 
1789. 


Virgil ) 

> twins, 
Mary ) 

William 


1790. 


Charles 



SIXTH GENERATION, 



1667. 

Gtershom Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Amelia Bulkeley, born 
June 28, 1784; married Esther Morehouse, December 10, 1808. 

CHILDREN. 

1791. Gershom, born August 17, 1809; died July 31, 1826. 

1792. Mary, " October 10, 1811; m. Jessup Sherwood, May 31, 1829. 

1793. Sarah B., " March 10, 1814; m. Daniel Grossman, February 28, 1'835. 

1794. William Timothy, born May 13, 1817; died July 24, 1818. 

1795. Amelia, " June 30, 1819; m. Seth Bulkeley, Sept. 12, 1843. 

1796. Emily, " March 31, 1822; m. January 1, 1845, Isaac Chid- 

sey, of Boston; died in 1852. 

1797. Gershom, " October 14, 1827. 

27 



210 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1668. 

Timothy, son of Gershom and Amelia Bulkeley, born September 
23, 1787; married, 1, Susannah Osborne, October 19, 1823; 2, Abi- 
gail Bulkeley, January 23, 1830. She was born in 1802. 

CHILDREN. 

1798. Timothy Wakeman, born November 18, 1832. 

1799. Sereno Bradley, " October 14, 1842. 

1669. 

Zalmon Bulkeley, son of Hezekiah and Abigail Blackman 
Bulkeley, born in 1782; married Eleanor Meeker, November 24, 
1801. 

CHILDREN. 

1800. Abigail, born April 25, 1802. 

1801. Caroline, " June 8, 1803; m. Joseph Osborne, November 22, 1819; died 

September 21, 1864. 

1802. Seth, " April 29, 1805. 

1803. Julia, " June 3, 1807. 

1804. Hezekiah," September 22, 1809. 

1805. Wakeman Burt, born March 12, 1812; died in 1833. 

1806. William, " March 9, 1815; died in infancy. 

1807. William, " December 2, 1816. 

1808. Esther, " November 9, 1818. 

1673. 

"William Bulkeley, son of William and Elisabeth Burr Bulke- 
ley, born in 1768, and inherited the paternal homestead. It was 
not burned during the revolutionary war. He built the store, 
now improved, occupied by W. B. Meeker, keeping a country 
supply store, sending market boats to New York City. Upon a 
business visit to the city he was taken ill with yellow fever, brought 
home, and died in 1808, aged 40. He married Sarah Redfield, who 
died in 1842, aged 76. 

CHILDREN. 

1809. William, baptized May 12, 1790; m. Charlotte Clark. 

1810. Polly, " July 16, 1792. 

1811. Althea, " October 15, 1794; m. Nathaniel Ward in 1830, who 

died in 1839. 

1812. Henrietta, " December 3, 1797; m. Samuel Perry; died in 1873. 

1813. Eunice, " March 8, 1800; m. John Rider in 1844; died in 1856. 

1814. Huldah Burritt, baptized May 9, 1802; died young. 

1815. Elihu, " August 8, 1804; died October 15, 1821. 



BPLKELEY FAMILY. 211 

1674. 

Grace Bulkeley, daughter of William and Elisabeth Bulkeley, 
born ; married twice — 1, to Peter Whitney; 2, to 

Ephraim Bobbins. 

CHILDREN BY THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 

1822. Betsey Whitney, 

1823. Peter, 

1675. 

Burr Bulkeley, son of William and Elisabeth Burr Bulkeley, 
born July 27, 1777; married Sarah Conklin, who was born March 
28, 1783. She died February 17, 1867. He died October 2, 1828. 

CHILDREN. 

1816. Amelia, born Feb. 20, 1809; m. George B. Alvord; died August 6, 1854. 

1817. Oliver K.," December 29, 1810. 

1818. Elisabeth," January 6, 1814; died September 6, 1843. 

1819. Abel C, " January 12, 1817. 

1820. William," April 2, 1821. 

1821. Sarah A.," June 20, 1823. 

loss. 

Elisabeth Bulkeley, daughter of Gershom and Elisabeth Chap- 
man Bulkeley; married John Alvord, February 5, 1707. 

CHILDREN. 

1824. Eliza Alvord, m. Ware, of Lexington Avenue and Thirty-Fourth 

Street, New York City. 

1825. C. T. " of Manhattan Savings Institution, N. Y. 

1687. 

William Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Elisabeth Chapman 
Bulkeley, born ; married Maria B. Osborn, daughter 

of Daniel Osborn, of Sasco, Conn. ; died August 29, 1860, aged 73, 
and was buried at Bye, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

1826. Mary, died unmarried, May 12, 1843, aged 23. 

1827. Daniel, born April 5, 1814. 

1828. Clara, " m. James Morgan, of Mount Vernon, Ind. 

1829. Mary Caroline, wife of S. M. Studwell, has two children, Frederick B., 

and Albert L. 

1830. Philemon C, born December 15, 1828; m. June 13, 1855. 

1688. 

Gershom Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Elisabeth Chapman 
Bulkeley, born ; married Mary G. Brush, of New 



212 B C L K E L E Y F A MI 1, Y . 

York, February 9, 1799. He resides in Port Chester, N. Y. Tn 
1811 he traveled abroad, visiting Wales, the residence of the Bulke- 
ley family at the island of Anglesia. He was coming from New 
York, when about ten or twelve years of age, with Captain Ella 
Bulkeley, son of James Bulkeley, and accidentally got overboard. 
Captain Bulkeley got outside and hung his feet overboard, and he 
took hold of them, and so he saved his life. When they came to 
tea at night he said, "You would have looked very pretty with the 
eels eating you up," so he saved his life by a miracle. 

CHILDREN. 

1831. Charles Seymour, a successful engineer, and some incidents of his life 

would be interesting. 

1832. Edward, 

1833. Helen A., born, February, 1827; m. W. D. Harrison, of Port Chester. 

1834. Susan S., " March 10, 1828; died July 20, 1828. 

1835. Gilbert Brush, born October 10, 1831. Unmarried. 

1836. Gershom, " September 29, 1834; died January 19, 1841. 

1837. George A., " October 20, 1838; died January 22, 1842. 

1695. 

Jonathan Bulkeley, son of Jonathan and Lydia Bulkeley, born 
; married Ann Osborn, and died in 1870. By a second 
wife he had a daughter. 

CHILD. 

1837. Lydia, married Shelton. 

1703. 

Francis Bulkeley, son of Abraham and Bulkeley, 

born January 30, 1786; married, 1, Sarah Morehouse, February 25, 
1816; 2, Esther Bulkeley. 

CHILDREN. 

iorn September 5, 1816. 
" July 30, 1820. 
" May 23, 1821. 
" April 4, 1824. 

" October 29, 1826. Unmarried. 
" May 24, 1829. 

" 1830; m. John Ward, November 18, 1818. 

1832. 

1706. 

Joel Burr, son of Abraham and Jane Bulkeley, born July 7, 
1798; married Priscilla Sturgis. 



1838. 


John Franc: 


1839. 


Hester, 


1840. 


Peter, 


1841. 


Maria, 


1842. 


Gershom, 


1843. 


Mary Jane, 


1844. 


Sarah, 


1849. 


Abraham, 



1856. 


Matthew, 


1857. 


David Ward, 


1858. 


Eunice, 


1859. 


George, 


1860. 


Sarah Ann, 


1861. 


Rebecca Jane, 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 213 

CHILDREN. 

1850. Edward S., born December 5, 1825; died September 20, 1826. 

1851. EdwardS, " August 22, 1827; m. Emily Merwin, June 5, 1824. 

1852. Elisabeth, " April 19, 1831. 

1853. Jane Burr, " December, 1834. 

1854. Charles F., " January 11, 1839. 

1855. Susan F., " March 30, 1841. 

1710. 

David Ward Bulkeley, son of David and Sarah Bulkeley, born 
in Easton, Conn., in 1783; married Rebecca Gregory, who was born 
May 11, 1789. 

CHILDREN. 

born Aug. 27, 1811 ; died, aged 61. 
" Feb. 2, 1815. 
" Jan. 27, 1817. 
" March 15, 1820. 
" May 3, 1825 ; m. Andrew Smith. 
" June 7, 1831 ; m. Martin Rowland. 

171 1. 

Aaron Bulkeley, son of David and Sarah Bulkeley, born in 
1788, in Easton, Conn.; married Anna . 

CHILDREN. 

1862. Benjamin Franklin, born Dec, 1819. 

1863. Angeline, " 1824; m. George W. Gorham. 

1864. Moses Aaron, " 1833 ; m. Elisabeth Wakeman. 

171S. 

Nehemiah Bulkeley, son of David and Sarah Bulkeley, born 
in Easton, Conn., in 1791; married, Oct. 3, 1819, 1, Sarah Seers. 
2, Ellen Fillio, in 1872. 

CHILDREN BT THE FIRST WIFE. 

1865. Minerva, born 1821 ; died Nov. 15, 1836. 

1866. Columbus, " Jan. 22, 1822 ; m. Eliza J. S?nith. 

1867. Mary, " 1825 ; m. James Andrews— one child, Mary Eliza. 

1713. 

Moses Bulkeley, son of David and Sarah Bulkeley, born Aug., 
1802; married, but the name of his wife is not known. 

CHILDREN. 

1867. Eliza, born 1827; m. Ransom Hammond. 

1868. George Washington, " 1829. 

1869. Sarah, " 1832; m. Bradley Brown. 



214 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



1717. 

Deborah Bulkeley, son of Isaac and Deborah Couch Bulkeley* 
born in Green's Farms, July 24, 1763; married, Dec. 26, 1784, Abel 
Turney, son of Stephen Turney. 



1870. Andrew 

1871. Ellen 

1872. Levi 

1873. Esther 

1874. Samuel 

1875. Mary 

1876. Hannah 

1877. William 

1878. Eunice 



CHILDREN. 

Turney, born Feb. 6, 1786. 

" May 28, 1789. 

" May 16, 1791. 

" June 6, 1793. 

" Oct. 3, 1795. 

" Sept. 8, 1797. 

" Dec. 8, 1799. 

" Oct. 6, 1802. 

" " March 28, 1805. 



1719. 

Isaac Bulkeley, son of Isaac and Deborah Couch Bulkeley, 
born in Green's Farms, in 1766; married Abigail Turney, July 13, 
1797. 



1879. Anson. 

1880. Jane. 

1881. Catharine. 

1882. Nancy, 

1883. Isaac. 

1884. Abby. 

1885. Eliza. 



CHILDREN. 



m. William Harold. 



1721. 

David Bulkeley, son of Isaac and Deborah Couch Bulkeley, 
born in Easton, Conn., May 23, 1770; married Mary L. Sturgis 
Morehouse. She was born Dec. 30, 1775. He died in Waterbury, 
Conn., Oct. 11, 1860. She died March 26, 1861. 



CHILD. 



1886. Sturgis, 



born Oct. 12, 1799; died July 9, 1857, in Waterbury— a 
skillful physician. 



1782. 

Isaac Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Grizzel Thorp Bulkeley, 
born Nov. 13, 1778; married, in 1799, Mehitable Simmons, of New- 
burgh. She was bom March 18, 1779, and died April 9, 1869. 
He died Nov. 16, 1861. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



215 



CHILDREN. 

1887. Joseph, born May 26, 1800; died April, 1847. 

1888. Caleb, " Dec. 25, 1801. He removed to Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

1889. Ward, " Aug. 2, 1803; died Oct. 30, 1819. 
890. Rachel, " April«24, 1805. 

1891. David, " Aug. 18, 1807 ; died Nov. 5, 1819. 

1892. John S., " Aug. 20, 1809; died Oct. 30, 1819. 

1893. Sarah, " May 18, 1810. 

1894. Isaac, " May 17, 1812. 

1895. William, " Oct. 8, 1814. 
1895|. Sally Ann, " June 8, 1817. 

1896. Cornelius, " June 5, 1819; 

1897. Cornelius S., " Sept. 1, 1821 ; 

1898. Elizabeth, " Feb. 12, 1823. 



died Dec. 5, 1819. 
died Oct. 5, 1835. 



1724. 

Ward Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Grizzel Thorp Bulkeley, 
born Dec. 29, 1782; died March, 1862. He married Mary Beers, 
June 6, 1808, who died Feb. 9, 1848, aged 61. 



1899. Henry, 

1900. Amanda, 

1901. George, 

1902. Frederick, 

1903. Andrew, 

1904. Malvina, 

1905. Mary E., 



CHILDREN. 

bom Sept. 30, 1810. 
" June 6, 1813 ; m. Thomas Brown, March 1, 1840; died 
Sept. 30, 1857. 
Sept. 1, 1816 ; died March 23, 1864. 
July 18, 1818. 
Aug. 25, 1821. 

Feb. 12, 1825 ; m. Rev. Levi Burt Stimson, Dec. 27, 1853. 
Nov. 10, 1828. 



1725. 

Saeah Bulkeley, daughter of Joseph and Grizzel Thorp Bulke- 
ley, born July 9, 1784; married David Bradley, Dec. 3, 1815. 



CHILDREN. 



1906. David Bradley. 

1907. William Henry " 



1731. 

Joseph Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Grizzel Thorp Bulkeley, 
born in Southport, July 13, 1795; married Charlotte Mason, June 
7, 1829. 

CHILDREN. 

1908. Charles, born 1831 ; a carpenter. 

1909. David, " 1833. 



216 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



173S. 

Benjamin Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Grizzel Thorp Bulkeley, 
born July 13, 1795; married Rebeccah Davis, March 15, 1818. 

CHILDREN. 

1910. Francis, born Jan. 30, 1819; m. Mary Nichols, daughter of Peter 

Nichols, June 6, 1842. 

1911. Mary, " 1823 ; m. Samuel Bunnell, of Southport. 



1737. 

Phebe Bulkeley, daughter of Peter and Mary Greene Bulkeley, 
born Feb. 9, 1796; married Micajah Nash, March 2, 1819. He 
was born Jan. 23, 1774, and died December 11, 1851. 



1912. John, 



1913. 


Freelove, 


1914. 


Elisabeth L, 


1915. 


Mary P., 


1916. 


Sarah T., 


1917. 


Julia P., 


1918. 


Peter M., 


1919. 


Dennis W., 



CHILDREN. 

born Jan. 7, 1803 ; died Sept. 10, 1841 ; m. twice, and left 

children. 
" April 10, 1804; died May 17, 1835; m. Charles Peck. 
" Nov. 6, 1805 ; died Dec. 9, 1826. 
" July 3, 1809; died Aug. 4, 1829. 
" Oct. 8, 1810 ; died July 13, 1837. 
" Sept. 10, 1812; m. Anson Smith. 
" Nov. 1, 1814; m. Avis Briscoe. 
" June 10, 1818; m., 1. Betsey Lawrence, in 1844. She 

died in 1853. He m., 2. Catharine Lawrence, in 

1854, and had one child. 



1738. 

G-ershom Bulkeley, son of Peter and Mary Greene Bulkeley, 
born July 29, 1779; married Damaris Wheeler, who was born in 
Weston, Dec. 30, 1777, and died in Danbury, July 1, 1865. He 
died November 28, 1849. 



1920. Orphelia, 

1921. Martha, 



1922. Peter V., 

1923. Lucy A., 



CHILDREN. 

m. Ira Benedict. 

m. Edwin LToyt, of Danbury, Conn., 
and had four children, who are 
married and have children, 
born May 6, 1811 ; died Oct. 15, 1858. 
m. Hiram Shepard. 



L740. 

Andrew Bulkeley, son of Peter and Mary Greene Bulkeley, 
born Nov. 14, 1785; married Sally Mallory; and died in 1860. 
They reside at Corning, Steuben County, N. Y. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



217 



CHILDREN. 

1924. Andrew, born July 5, 1805; died May 27, 1854. 

1925. Barzilla. 

1926. Peter Beach. 

1927. Alonzo. 

1 928. Charlotte. 
1928|. Clara 

1741. 

Ebenezek G-., son of Peter and Mary Greene Bulkeley, born 
Dec. 30, 1787; married, 1. Sophia Greene, Nov., 1814, who was 
horn October, 1793, and died March 28, 1833. 2. Emilie Tone. 
He died. Feb. 11, 1871. They reside at Rockford, Til. 



1929. PriscillaS., 

1930. Peter G., 

1931. Mary A., 

1932. Orrin, 

1933. Clarissa, 

1934. Eliza, 

1935. Andrew, 

1936. Edwin E., 

1938. Haran D., 

1939. Sophia, 



1940. William, 

1941. Lucy A., 

1942. Emeret, 

1943. Elon G., 



CHILDREN BY THE FIRST WIFE. 

born April 2, 1815; m. Joseph Van Alstine, in 1852. 
" April 28, 1817. 
" April 26, 1819; m. Joseph VanAlstine in 1850, and 

died Nov., 1851. 
" July 4, 1821 ; died July 14, 1821. 
" «7uly 27, 1823; m. William Forbes, Feb. 11, 1858. 
" Sept. 8, 1824; died Oct., 1849. 
" April 17, 1827. 
" April 26, 1829. 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND WIFE. 

born June 10, 1834; m. ; lives in Philadelphia; 3 chil- 
dren. 

" Sept. 19, 1836; m. Win. H. Forbes, jr., Sept., 1861 ; 
one child, Mary, born April 20, 1862. She died 
1865. 

" June 26, 1838; died July, 1863. 

" Feb. 10, 1841; died Nov. 10, 1863; m. Farewel 
Slafter, 1857. 

" Nov. 24, 1842 ; m. Oct. 1, 1865, Robert F. Sedam. 

" March 3, 1844; died 1848. 



174S. 

Daniel S. Bulkeley, son of Peter and Mary Greene Bulkeley, 
born Dec. 27, 1790; married Miriam Peck, April 13, 1834; died 
Aug. 28, 1872. 

CHILDREN. 

born March 21, 1836; died Feb. 17, 1838. 
" Sept. 6, 1837; m. Edwin E. Bulkeley, March 31, 
1872. 
1946. PhebeL., " March 22, 1839. 

William, son of Turney and Esther Morehouse Bulkeley, born 

June 7, 1787; married Jane Morehouse, who was born in 1807. 
28 



1944. Charles S 

1945. Mary E., 



218 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 



1947. Esther Jane, 

1948. Eleanor Burr. 



1949. William Turnev, 

1950. David Burr, 

1951. Augustus, 

1952. Mary Eliza, 

'1953. Sarah Maria, 

1954. Nathan, 



1955. Amelia Frances, 



CHILDREN. 

bom June 25, 1828; m. Feb. 10, 1847, 1. Ward 
Perry; 2. Jas. Golden: 3. Sterling Edwards. 

" Dec. 4, 1830; m. March, 1857, 1. Albert G. 
Talmadge; 2. March 10, 1869, James Bailey, 
of Middletown, Conn. 

" Dec. 27, 1833; m. Frances Brown. 

" July 27, 1835 ; m. Emily Blakeman. 

" Feb. 14, 1838; m. Emily Williams. 

" Aug. 20, 1840; m. Sterling Wilson, of Nor- 
walk, Conn. 

" 1842; died 1860, aged 18. 

" 1346; died 1864, aged 18. He went to the 
war in the 2d Conn. Artillery, and died on 
the way out to New Orleans, of measles, 
died June 11, 1849. 



1744. 

David Bulkeley, son of Turnev and Esther Morehouse Bulkeley, 
born 1793; married Lucy ; died Jan. 4, 1823. 

CHILDREN. 

1956. Clarrissa, m. Curtis, of Trumbull. 

1957. Lucy Ann, m. Gershom Wakeman. 

1958. David Burr. 

1959. Nathan, born 1822; died Feb. 17, 1848, aged 26. He was a 

young physician, and studied with Dr. Blake- 
man, of Greenfield, Conn. 



1 753. 

Gershom Bulkeley, son of Nathan and 



Jennings Bulke- 



ley, married and settled in New Milford, and had six children, five 
sons and one daughter. The sons all died after arriving at matu- 
rity, within a year and a half of each other. 



1754. 

Deacon Nathan Bulkeley, son of Nathan and 



Jennings 



Bulkeley, born Nov. 1, 1787; died April 16, 1855. He married 
Phebe Barnum, who died April 25, 1869. She was born March 
6, 1787. 

CHILDREN. 

1960. Sarah, born Feb. 21, 1804 ; .died Jan. 11, 1828. 

1961. Anna, " May 30, 1809; died Nov. 9, 1839. 

1962. Turney, " June 30, 1818. 

1963. Mary, " Aug. 6, 1821 ; died April 14, 1859. 

1 756. 

Jonathan, son of Eleazer and Mary Ogden Bulkeley, born in 
Southport, Conn., July 9, 1786; died Jan. 16, 1859. He married, 



Pi 





^^ ^^7 




6*£l-~£^^& 




1964. 


Mary Frances, 


1965. 


Henry Thorp, 


1966. 


Ann Eliza, 


1967. 


Augustus, 


1968. 


Mary Frances, 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 219 

April 15, 1810, Miranda Thorp. She died Aug. 22, 1845. He 
always lived in his native place, and was active in all public 
matters. He served in the war of 1812, and received a pension. 
He was several times a member of the State Legislature, and was 
one of the committee for superintending government works in 
Southport harbor. He was associated with his father and brothers 
in commercial business until his death. 

CHILDREN. 

boru June 13, 1811 ; died Sept. 7, 1812. 
" June 23, 1813 ; ra. Rebekah W. Pomeroy, of Ston- 

ington, Conn., Feb. 12, 1862. 
" March 15, 1815; m. June 20, 1831, Francis Per- 
ry, of Southport, Conn. 
" March 12, 1817. 
" July 4, 1823. 

Andrew Bulkeley, son of Eleazer and Mary Ogden Bulkeley, 
born at Southport, Conn., May 23, 1789, and died March 18, 1867. 
He married, August 11, 1815, Sally Dimon, of Southport, Conn. 
She died Dec. 28, 1868, aged 86. Thrice in middle life he repre- 
sented his town in the State Legislature, and manifested, during a 
long life, a most lively interest in the affairs of his town, State, and 
country. He was associated with his brothers in commercial business. 

CHILDREN. 

1969. Edwin, born Dec. 2, 1817 ; m. Helen Perry, daughter of 

Gurdon and Abby Sherwood Perry. 
1969£. Julia Perry, died young. 

1970. Mary Josephine, " 1819; m. Hon. Benjamin Pomeroy, of Stoning 

ton (dec). June 7, 1848. 

1971. Lewis Dimon, " 1821 ; m.JuliaF. Wake/nan, of Southport (dec.) 

1972. Louisa Dimon, " 1821; m. Win. Board/nan Leonard, of Owego, 

N. Y., July 5, 1847. 

1758. 

Lot Bulkeley, son of Eleazer and Mary Ogden Bulkeley, born 
July 13, 1794; married Emetine Jennings, March 8, 1830. He 
died Oct. 3, 1847. He was associated with his brothers in com- 
mercial business until his death. 

CHILDREN. 

1973. Franklin, bom March 13, 1831. 

1974. George, " Feb. 10, 1836. A graduate of Yale in 1855. 

1975. Arthur, " July 26, 1837 ; died young. 

1976. Eleazer, " Sept. 11, 1838 ; died Sept. 13, 1847. 

1977. Milton, " July 14, 1840; died Jan. 25, 1872. 



220 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1978. Emeline, born Dec. 19, 1841. 

1979. Peter, " Oct. 27, 1844 

1980. Lot, " Aug. 8, 1843; died Nov., 1874. 

1759. 

Moses Bulkeley, son of Eleazer and Mary Ogden Bulkeley, 
born in Southport, Conn., Sept. 18, 1796, and died Nov. 13, 1868. 
He went to sea at an early age, and for many years followed this 
profession with activity and energy, and, in association with his 
father and brothers, soon attained a respectable position in the 
commerce of the country. A conscientious member of the church, 
her welfare was ever near his heart, and by his example and lib- 
erality he was ready at all times to promote her interests. Benevo- 
lent and kind, he especially endeared himself to all those with whom 
he became acquainted. He married Catherine Bulkeley, daughter 
of Howkin Bulkeley, of Stratford, Conn. She was born Dec. 18, 
1800, and died Oct. 17, 1837. 

CHILDREN. 

1981. Oliver, born 1826. 

1982. Frederick, " 1828 ; died March 11, 1872 ; unmarried. 

1760. 

George, son of Eleazer and Mary Ogden Bulkeley, born in 
Southport, Conn., Feb. 2, 1800; was married, July 22, 1840, to 
Elizabeth Andrews, daughter of Benjamin Andrews, of New York. 
She was born May 24, 1817. He was an active member of the 
firm of E. Bulkeley & Sons, and lived in New York for many 
years, where he had the principal management of the business. 
In 1860 he retired from business, and removed to Southport, 
Conn., where he now resides. This and others of the Fairfield 
family spell the name — Bulkley. 

CHILDREN. 

1983. James Eleazer, born April 25, 1841. Died from injuries received by an 

accident on the New Haven Railroad, October 18, 
1864, aged 23. He graduated at Yale in the class 
of 1863, and spent the following summer abroad. 
On his return he entered the Columbia Law School 
in the fall of 1863. 

1984. Mary Ogden, " January 3, 1843 ; m. Charles M. Oilman, June 19, 1867. 

1985. Eliza Andrews, " Dec. 24, 1844; died April 3, 1846. 

1986. Eliza Andrews, I 

> twins, born July 11, 1848. 

1987. Benjamin Andrews, ) 

1988. Frances Virginia, born September 25, 1850; m. September 23, 1874, John 

H. Perry, of Southport, Conn. 

1989. Georgie Augusta, born January 26, 1853. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 221 

1763. 

Charles Bulkeley, son of Eleazer and Mary Ogden Bulkeley, 
born at Southport, Conn., January 5, 1804. He was associated 
with his father and brothers in commercial business. He married 
Elisabeth Beers, daughter of Abel Beers, of Mill Plain, Conn., Jan- 
uary 4, 1831. She was born September 14, 1812. He died Oct. 
13, 1875. 

CHILDREN. 

1990. Mary Elisabeth, born July 10, 1832; m. Isaac Jennings, October 9, 1855. 

1991. Elisabeth Whitney, bora August 18, 1834; m. Bee. Frederick Hyde, Oct. 

12, 1870. 

1992. Charles Eleazer, " September 1, 1836; died January 28, 1837. 

1993. Georgianna, " April 23, 1838 ; m. W. B. Nichols, Oct. 20, 1857. 

1994. Catharine, " November 10, 1840; died April 21, 1875. 

1995. Charles Henry, " March 22, 1 844 ; died Sept. 10, 1874, in Paris, 

France. 

1768. 

Walter Bulkeley, son of James and Miss Jarvis Bulkeley, 

born in Southport, Conn.; married Betseij Smith, December 24, 
1816; died November 5, 1851. 

CHILDREN. 

1996. Theodore, baptized March 1, 1818; lost at sea in 1850. 

1997. Horatio, " July 30, 1820; died in Matura, Cuba, August 5, 1858. 

1998. John Henry, " September 16, 1821 ; died April 10, 1827. 

1999. Walter, " April 4, 1824; died August 9, 1825. 

2000. Frederick Payson. 1826; died May 14, 1828. 

2001. John Henry, June 15, 1828; lost at sea 1850. 

2002. Edgar, July 5, 1835 ; lost at sea on a passage with his brothers, 

from Bordeaux, France, to New Orleans. 

2003. Sarah Elizabeth, baptized at Southport, Conn., June, 1833; m. Edward 

Alvord, of Southport, Conn., June 15, 1859. 

1770. 

James Bulkeley, son of James and Miss Jarvis Bulkeley, 

burn in Southport, Conn., January 28, 1812; married Ellen Sher- 
wood, November 6, 1825. He died December 27, 184.;. 

CHILDREN. 

2004. Benjamin Sherwood, baptized October 29, 1826. 

2005. James, " June 20, 1828. 

177S. 

George Jarvis, son of James and Jarvis Bulkeley, was 

born Nov. 16, 1812. He married Miss Chapman. (No children.) 



222 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1773. 

Styles Bulkeley, son of Howkin and Catharine Judson Bulke- 
ley, born in Southport, October 19, 1795; married Catharine Jud- 
son, January 15, 1826. 

CHILDREN. 

2009. Charles Judson, bora in 1827. 

2008. Henry, " 1829. 

1776. 

Hiram Bulkeley, son of Howkin and Catharine Judson Bulke- 
ley, born in Southport, Conn. ; married, but the maiden name of 
his wife is not known. Address, Brighton, Canada. 

CHILDREN. 

2009. Styles, 

2010. William, 

2011. Mary, in. Thomas Webb. 

1774. 

Tuzak Bulkeley, son of Howkin and Catharine Judson Bulke- 
ley, born at Southport, Conn., October 21, 1798; married in 1829, 
Frances M. Upson, of Southington, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

2013. Edward, born in 1830; died, May, 1849. 

1832; died in 1849. 

1835; m. Caroline Comfort. 

1 837 ; m. Charles H. Daly. 

1844; died November 25, 1867. He was a graduate of 
Yale College in 1865, studied law, and died 
of consumption, at Catskill, shortly after 
finishing his studies. 

2018. Mary, " 1844. 

2019. Florence, " 1847; married William Koitz, of Catskill, N. Y.; died 

March 17, 186-. 



2014. 


James, ' ' 


2015. 


Henry, " 


2016. 


Elisabeth, ' 


2017. 


Tuzar, 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

1791. 

Gershom Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Esther Morehouse 
Bulkeley, born August 17, 1807; married Mary Elisabeth Gillett, 
November 9, 1851. 

CHILD. 

2020. Charles Edwin, born October 18, 1852. 

1798. 

Timothy Wakeman Bulkeley, son of Timothy and Abigail 
Bulkeley, born in Greentield, Conn., November 18, 1832; married 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 223 

Charlotte Lucretia Sterling, June 7, 1865, and lives in Scran ton, 
Penn. 

1799. 
Sekeno Bradley Bulkeley, son of Timothy and Abigail Bulke- 
ley, born in Greenfield, Conn., in 1842; married Mary Josephine 
Meeker, December 23, 1867, and lives in Scranton, Penn. 

1803. 

Seth Bulkeley, son of Zalmon and Eleanor Bulkeley, of South- 
port, born April 20, 1805; married, 1. Mary Ogden, July 15, 1835; 
2. Amelia Bulkeley, Sept. 12, 1843. 

CHILDREN. 

2021. Walter Ogden, born in 1837; died in infancy. 

2022. Mary Ogden, " September 3, 1842; m., \, E. T. Hall, of Southport, 

Conn. 

2023. Zalmon, " September 2, 1844; died December 21, 1866. 

1804. 

Hezekiah Bulkeley, son of Zalmon and Eleanor Bulkeley, born 
in Southport, Sept. 22, 1819; married Dolly Bartlett, and died June 
27, 1860. 

CHILDREN. 

2024. Hezekiah Ripley. 

2025. Elethea, m. Charles Knapp. 

2026. David, died in infancy. 

2027. Thomas. 

2028. Mary Ann, born in 1851. 

1 807. 
William Bulkeley, son of Zalmon and Eleanor Bulkeley, born 
in Southport, Conn., Dec. 2, 1816; married Martha J. Nichols, Jan- 
uary 14, 1845. 

CHILDREN. 

2029. Eleanor, bora Jan. 2, 1847. 

2030. George W., " Feb. 19, 1850. 

2031. Frederick W., " March 21, 1857. 

2032. William, " Feb. 8, 1861. 

2033. Henry, " June 1, 1863. 

1809. 

William Bulkeley, son of William and Sarah Redfield Bulke- 
ley, born in Southport, Conn.; baptized May 12, 1790; married 
Charlotte Clark, of Boston, in 1818. He died May 8, 1868, aged 
78 years. 

CHILDREN. 

2034. William Clark, baptized Jan. 26, 1820. 

2035. Mary Ann Farmer, m. Emanuel Currant, of Boston, Sept. 

10, 1848. 



224 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

2036. Thomas Aubin, m. Harriet F. Lamb, of Newark, N. J. 

2037. Charlotte Malvina. 

2038. Edward M. 

2039. Sarah Maria, died in 1851, aged 21. 

2040. Julia Howard, m. in 1860, Victor Moreau Randolph, 

branch of Richmond, Va. 

181 1. 

Alathea Bulkeley, daughter of William and Sarah Redfield 
Bulkeley, born in Southport, Conn., Oct. 15, 1794; married Na- 
thanael Wood, of Danbury, Conn., in 1830. He died in 1839. 

CHILDREN. 

2041. William Augustus, resides in Bridgeport, Conn. 

2042. David Nathaniel, died in 1858, in New Mexico, while on a pleasure trip. 

181S. 

Henrietta Bulkeley, daughter of "William and Sarah Redfield 
Bulkeley, born at Southport, Conn., Dec. 3, 1797; married Samuel 
Perry, of Fairfield, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

2043. Emily, m. George Ryder, of Danbury, Conn. 

2044. Henrietta, died in 1849, aged 21. 

2045. Sarah, m. Daniel Marsh Redfield, of Port Chester, in 1866. She 

has three children, Annetta, George Perry, Walter Marsh. 

1816. 

Amelia Bulkeley, daughter of Burr and Sarah Conklin Bulke- 
ley, born Feb. 20, 1809; married George B. Alvord, in 1831. He 
was born September 8, 1798. 

CHILDREN. 

2046. Caroline E. Alvord, born Dec. 8, 1832 ; m. AbrahamC '. HyattMaj 21, 1851. 

2047. George B. " " Sept. 16, 1834 ; m. Margaret Horan, Ian. 3, 1856. 

2048. Amelia " " Dec. 12, 1836 ; m. Timothy Cornwell Aug. 28, 1855. 

2049. James O. " " July 12, 1839 ; died May 12, 1843. 

2050. Banks C. " " May 19, 1842 ; unmarried. 

2051. Edwin P. " " March 26, 1846 ; m. Mary G. Dunn Feb. 10, 1869. 

2052. Charles F. " " Dec. 8, 1850 ; died March 14, 1851. 

1817. 

Oliver K. Bulkeley, son of Burr and Sarah ConMin Bulkeley, 
born Dec. 29, 1810; married, 1. Frances M. Penny. 2. Martha Webb. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE. 

2053. George P., m. Harriet Young. 

2054. Alonzo C, m. Mary P. Griffith. 

2055. Sarah E., m. John L. Terry. 

1819. 

Abel C. Bulkeley, son of Burr and Sarah Conklin Bulkeley, 
born Jan. 12, 1817; married Ann G. Penny, Jan. 14, 1846. 







BULKELEY FAMILY. Lib 






CHILDREN. 


2056. 


Mary Matilda, 


born Jan. 10, 1847 ; m. Albert G. Bassett, May 22, 1867. 


2057. 


Edwin Fillmore, 


" Aug. 29, 1848 ; died July 30, 1862. 


2058. 


Caroline Amelia, 


" Sept. 7, 1849. 


2059. 


Anna Louisa, 


" Feb. 2, 1853. 


2060. 


William Conklin, 


" Aug. 16, 1856. 


2061. 


Charles Abel, 


" Sept. 29, 1858. 



lSJjro. 

William Bulkeley, son of Burr and Sarah Conklin Bulkeley, 
born April 2, 1821; m. Lavinia T. Townsend. March 1, 1843. 

CHILDREN. 

born June 29, 1844 ; unmarried. 
" Sept. 29, 1846 ; m. Etta Bright, July, 1873. 
" March 7, 1849; deceased. 
" Aug. 4, 1851. 
" June 5, 1853. 
" Sept. 6, 1855 ; m. Wm. T. Andrews, Jan. 4, 1875. 

1 82 1 . 

Sarah A. Bulkeley, daughter of Burr and Sarah Conklin 
Bulkeley, born June 20, 1823; married, May 7, 1844, William R. 
Starkweather, of New York City. 



2062. 


William, 


2063. 


George A., 


2064. 


Isaac H., 


2065. 


Emma T., 


2066. 


Ella A., 


2067. 


Amelia A., 









CHILDREN. 


2068. 


William B., 


born Feb. 13, 1846. 


2069. 


S. Hume, 


t( 


Feb. 7, 1848. 


2070. 


Mary E., 


it 


Dec. 29, 1850. 


2071. 


Henry R., 


tt 


July 14, 1853. 


2072. 


James A., 


tt 


Aug. 12, 1856. 


2073. 


Olivia H., 


tt 


June 29, 1859. 


2074. 


A. Lathrop, 


tt 


March 3, 1 862. 



1827. 

Daniel Bulkeley, son of William and Maria (Jsborne Bulkeley, 
born in Harrison, New York, April 5, 1814; married Caroline 
Kellog Benedict, daughter of Trowbridge Benedict, of West Nor- 
walk, Conn., Sept. 19, 1837. She was born in New Canaan, Feb. 
11, 1816. They emigrated to Illinois in 1839, arriving in Albion 
Nov. 28, and have resided in that State ever since. His health 
was so poor in New York that the physicians advised a change, 
which has proved entirely beneficial to him. 

CHILDREN. 

2075. Abbe Maria, born Jan. 9, 1839 ; died Aug. 28, 1846, at Gray- 

side, 111. 
29 



226 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

2076. William Trowbridge, born June 28, 1841 ; m. Nov. 11, 1869, Eliza 

Kellet, daughter of Thpmas Kellet, an 
Englishman, who came to Illinois in 1818. 

2077. Mary Caroline, " Dec. 17, 1843; m. June 20, 1866, at Port 

Chester, Earnest William Kohlsaat, son of 
Riner Kohlsaat, a German, who went to 
Illinois in 1839, and married Miss Sarah 
Hall. At the time of his death he was 
Agent of the American Bible Society in 
Chicago. He had three children. 



2078. Egbert James, 

2079. Daniel Richards, 

2080. Jesse Benedict, 

2081 . Emily Kate, 

2082. Henry Philemon, 

2083. Clarence Edward, 



Dec. 15, 1846. 

April 8, 1849. 

May 28, 1851. 

Aug. 23, 1854. 

Sept. 3, 1856. 

Nov. 23, 1858; died May 8, 1872. 



1828. 
Clara Bulkeley, daughter of William and Maria B. Osborne 
Bulkeley; married James Morgan, of Mt. Vernon, Indiana. 

CHILDREN. 

2084. Carrie B., m. Stephen Post. 

2085. Maria B. 

1899. 

Mary Caroline Bulkeley, daughter of William and Maria B. 
Osborne Bulkeley; married M. L. Stuclwell. 

CHILDREN. 

2086. Frederick B. Studwell. 

2087. Albert C. 

1830. 

Philemon C. Bulkeley, son of William and Maria B. Osborne 
Bulkeley, born Dec. 15, 1828; married J. Moody, of New Rochelle. 
June 13, 1855. Resides at Luca Av., St. Louis, Missouri. 

CHILDREN. 

2088. Mary E., born Nov. 12, 1856. 

2089. William M., " Nov. 5, 1858. 

2090. Louis Carlton, " Sept. 19, 1862. 

1831. 

Charles Seymour Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Mary G. 
Brush Bulkeley. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 227 

1 838. 
John Francis Bulkeley, son of Francis and Sarah Morehouse 
Bulkeley, born September 5, 1816; married Fanny Murray, May 
27, 1846. 

CHILDREN. 

2091. Sereno F.„ born March 5, 1848; died June 21, 1852. 

2092. Sarah M., " May 18, 1851 ; died Sept. 23, 1852. 

2093. Francis M., " Jan. 18, 1854. 

2094. John S., " March 21, 1858. 

1840. 

Peter Bulkeley, son of Francis and Sarah Morehouse Bulkeley, 
born May 23, 1821; married, but the maiden name of his wife has 
not been received. 







CHILDREN 


2095. 


Henry A., 


born Oct. 4, 1857. 


2096. 


Sarah G., 


" Sept. 28, 1859. 


2097. 


Mary S., 


" Jan. 26, 1862. 


2098. 


Albert F., " 


May 23, 1866. 


2099. 


Anne A., 


" Sept. 5, 1866. 



1849. 

Abraham Bulkeley, son of Francis and Sarah Morehouse Bulke- 
ley, born in 1832; married May 24, 1866, Anna Pike, daughter of 
Samuel Pike, of Southport, Conn. 

1851. 

Edward S. Bulkeley, son of Joel Burr and Priscilla Sturges 
Bulkeley, born Aug. 22, 1827; married Emily Mer win, June 5, 
1856. (He died Dec, 1874.) After her death he married a 
second time. Her name is Thompson. 

CHILDREN BY THE FIRST WIFE. 



2100. 


William M , born Jan. 10, 1856. 


2101. 


Emily G., " July 11, 1858.' 


2102. 


Frederick E., " October, 1860. 




CHILDREN BY THE SECOND WIFE. 


2104. 


Adelaide, born December, 1871. 


2105. 


Everet Sturges, " August, 1873. 



1 856. 

Matthew Bulkeley, sun of David Ward and Rebeccah Gregory 
Bulkeley, born Aug. 27, 1811; married Mien Sturges. 



228 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

CHILD. 

2106. Mary, m. August 20, 1867, Andrew James, Principal of the Boys' 

Military School of Weston, Conn. 

1859. 

George Bulkeley, son of David Ward and Rebeccah Gregory 
Bulkeley, born at Weston, Conn., March 15, 1820 ; married, but 
to whom is not known. 

CHILDREN. 

2107. Eugene, born July 7, 1851. 

2108. Mary Eliza, " Aug. 13, 1852. 

2109. Daniel Ward, " Dec. 22, 1854. 

2110. George Gregory, " March 15, 1857. 

2111. Charles P., " June 26, 1860. 

2112. Carrie Maria, " Oct. 22, 1862. 

2113. Rebecca, " Sept. 19, 1865. 

isea. 

Benjamin Franklin Bulkeley, son of Aaron and Anna Bulke- 
ley, born Dec, 1819; married Frances Belden. 

CHILD. 

2114. Benjamin Belden. 

I 864. 

Moses Aaron Bulkeley, son of Aaron and Anna Bulkeley, 
born in 1833; married Elisabeth Wakeman. He died June 26, 
1865. 

CHILDREN. 

2115. Anna Belle, born April, 1861 

2116. Moses Aaron, " January, 1885. 

18G6. 

Columbus Bulkeley, son of Nehemiah and Sarah Beers Bulke- 
ley, born Jan. 22, 1822; married Eliza J. Smith. 

CHILD. 

2117. Mary Smith. 

1867. 

Mary Bulkeley, daughter of Nehemiah and Sarah Beers Bulke- 
ley, born in 1825; married James Andrews. 

CHILD. 

2118. Mary Eiiza Andrews. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 229 

1886. 

Stueges Bulkeley, son of David and Mary Morehouse Bulkeley, 
born Oct. 12, 1799; married, June 30, 1824, Nancy Shelton, daugh- 
ter of James Shelton, of Huntington, a descendant of Daniel 
Shelton, one of the first settlers of Stratford, and his wife Elisa- 
beth, grand-daughter of Thomas Welles, Governor of Connecticut, 
one of the earliest settlers of Hartford. He was a physician. He 
died July 9, 1857. 

CHILDREN. 

2119. Frances Shelton, born March 5, 1826; m. Dec. 20, 1848, John 

Deacon, M. D., of New Orleans, La., and 
died in Waterbury, June 4, 1850. 

2120. Cornelia H., " Nov. 26, 1827; Sept. 8,1859; m. Samuel 

Towner Rogers, M. A., of Yale, 1844, 
and afterward Professor in Washington 
College, Charlestown, Maryland. 

2121. Sarah J., " June 29, 1830; died Oct. 17, 1848. 

1 887. 
Joseph Bulkeley, son of Isaac and Mehetabel Simmons Bulke- 
ley, born May 26, 1800; married 

No record of children has been received. 

1888. 

Caleb Bulkeley, son of Isaac and Mehetabel Simmons Bulke- 
ley, born December 25, 1801. He removed to Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y., and married, but the name of the lady is not known. 

CHILDREN. 

2122. Ann Eliza. 

2123. Caleb. 

1894. 

Isaac Bulkeley, son of Isaac and Mehetabel Simmons Bulkeley, 
born in Southport, May 17, 1812; married Mary A. Vandyne, who 
was born January 12, 1822. 







CHILDREN. 


2124. 


William H., 


born September 25, 1840. 


2125. 


Harriet, 


" March 28, 1843. 


2126. 


Dillie, 


" December 29, 1845. 


2127. 


Mary F., 


" September 17, 1848. 


2128. 


Garrett, 


" October 5, 1852. 


2129. 


Josephine M 


.," April 26, 1856. 


2130. 


Herbert, 


" August 26, 1862. 



230 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1899. 

Henry Bulkeley, son of "Ward and Mary Beers Bulkeley, and 
resides in New Haven, Conn. He was born in Southport, Septem- 
ber 31, 1810; married, but the names of his wife and children are 
not returned. 

1900. 

Amanda Bulkeley, daughter of Ward and Mary Beers Bulkeley, 
born at Southport, Conn., June 6, 1813; married Thomas Brown, 
of the same place, March 1, 1840, and had one son. 

CHILD. 

2131. William Brown. 

1903. 

Andrew Bulkeley, son of Ward and Mary Beers Bulkeley, born 
in Southport, Conn., August 25, 1821; married Maria L. Hubbel 

CHILDREN. 

2132. Maria L., bora January 6, 1845; died August 21, 1845. 

2133. Harriet W., " March 18, 1850; died January 18, 1873. 

2134. Mary Ella, " March 9, 1853. 

1908. 

Charles Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Charlotte Mason Bulke- 
ley, born in Fairfield, Conn., in 1831; married Julia B. Northrop. 

CHILDREN. 

2135. Charles, born in 1853. 

2136. William, " 1868. 

1909. 

David Bulkeley, son of Joseph and Charlotte Mason Bulkeley, 
born in Fairfield, Conn., in 1853; married Mary Baker, October 
25, 1855. 

CHILD. 

2137. David, born, June, 1857; died December 28, 1857, aged 6 months. 

1910. 

Francis Bulkeley, son of Benjamin and Rebecca Davis Bulke- 
ley, born in Southport, January 30, 1819; married June 28, 1842, 
Mary Nichols, daughter of Peter Nichols. 

CHILDREN. 

2138. Benjamin, born in 1848. 

2139. Kate, " 1852. 

1 &'^£%2. 

Peter "W. Bulkeley, son of Gershom and Damaris Wheeler 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 231 

Bulkeley, born in Danbury, May 6, 1816; married Clara Henry, 
and died October 15, 1858. 

CHILDREN. 

2140. Nathan A. 

2141 . Emily N., married Frank Peek, and has one child. 

1 930. 

Peter G. Bulkeley, son of Ebenezer G. and Sophia Green 
Bulkeley, born April 28, 1817: married in Rockford, 111.. 1, Mari- 
etta Landers; 2, Mary Peck ; 3, Clarissa Kiny. 

CHILD. 

2142. Byron, who died young. 

1935. 

Andrew Bulkeley, son of Ebenezer G. and Sophia Green 
Bulkeley, born April 17, 1827; married Ann Maria Hobart in 
1854. 

CHILDREN. 

2143. Helen M., born, June, 1855. 

2144. Clara M., " March, 1858. 

1936. 

Edwin E. Bulkeley, son of Ebenezer G. and Sophia Green 
Bulkeley, born April 26, 1829; married March 31, 1872, Mary E. 
Bulkeley, daughter of Daniel and Miriam Peck Bulkeley, who has 
rendered very essential assistance in gathering statistics for this 
work. They removed from Newtown, Conn., to Rockford, 111., in 
the fall of 1873. 

1938. 

Haran D. Bulkeley, son of Ebenezer and Emilia Tone Bulke- 
ley, born June 10, 1834; married and lives in Philadelphia. He 
has three children. 

1949. 

William Turney Bulkeley, son of "William and Jane Morehouse 
Bulkeley, born at Greenfield Hill, Conn., December 27, 1833. He 
is a farmer, and married Frances Brown. 

CHILDREN. 

2145. Mary Jane. 

2146. William. 

2147. Elmer. 

1951. 

Augustus Bulkeley, son of William and Jane Morehouse Bulke- 
ley, born at Greenfield Hill, Conn., February 4, 1838; married 
Emily Williams. They now reside in Norwalk, Conn. 



232 BULRELEY FAMILY 

CHILDREN. 

2148. Elisabeth. 

2149. George. 

2150. Caroline. 

196S. 

Turney Bulkeley, son of Nathan and Phebe Barnum Bulkeley; 
married Lucy Sherman, who was born June 23, 1814: died Septem- 
ber 22, 1843; 2, June 29, 1844, Olive Warren, who was born De- 
cember 2, 1820. He died, after a short illness, in October, 1874. 

From the Bridgeport Standard of November, 187 Jf- 

"Turney Bulkeley died last week in South Norwalk, and his 
remains were taken to Banbury for interment, where his wife was 
buried only three weeks before. Mr. Bulkeley had been a freighter 
on the Danburyamd Norwalk Railroad from the lirst running of 
the trains on that road, and had also established a business on the 
Shepaug Road. He built up a large business, was often called to 
New York, and was widely known throughout the country. He 
was pleasant and agreeable in his manner, and having been an 
active man for many years, a large circle of. friends will regret his 
death and mourn his loss." 







CHILDREN. 


2151. 


Julia Ellen, 


born April 25, 1845. 


2152. 


Phebe Anna, 


" December 25, 1846. 


2153. 


Eudora Eugenia, 


' " November 5, 1850. 


2154. 


Nathan Turney, 


" December 29, 1852. 



1965. 

Henry Thorp Bulkeley, son of Jonathan and Miranda Thorp 
Bulkeley, born in Southport, Conn., June 23, 1813; married Re- 
becca Williams Pomeroy, daughter of Benjamin Pomeroy, of Ston- 
ington, Conn. They now reside at Southport. Conn. 

1966. 

Ann Eliza Bulkeley, daughter of Jonathan and Miranda Thorp 
Bulkeley, born March 15. 1815; married Miah Perry, of South- 
port, Conn. No further returns have been made. 

1967. 

Mary Frances Bulkeley, daughter of Jonathan and Miranda 
T. Bulkeley, born in Southport, Conn., July 4, 1823; married Rev. 
S. J. M. Merwin, of New Haven. Conn., January 20, 184G. She 
died March 28, 1859. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 233 

CHILD. 

2155. Miranda Bulkeley Merwin, born in 1847, in Southport, Conn., and resides 

in Wilton, Conn. 

1968. 

Augustus Bulkeley, son of Jonathan and Miranda T. Bulkeley, 

born in Southport, Conn., March 12, 1817; married March 8, 1855, 

Julia M. Perry, daughter of Charles Perry, of Southport. She 

died February, 1869. 

1969. 

Edwin Bulkeley, son of Andrew and Sarah Dimon Bulkeley, 
born in Southport, Conn., December 2, 1817; married July 7, 1846, 
Helen Perry, daughter of Gurden Perry, of Southport, Conn. He 
is actively engaged in the paper business in New York City. 

CHILDREN. 

2156. Helena Perry, born July, 1849. 

2157. Andrew, baptized September 15, 1850. 

2158. Moses, born in 1852. 

2159. Tbeodora, " 1864. 

2160. Sarah Camillia, born in 1858. 

2161. Jonathan, " 1860. 

2162. Grace Alice, " 1864. 

2163. Estella, deceased. 

1970. 

Lewis Bulkeley, son of Andrew and Sarah Dimon Bulkeley, 
born in Southport in 1821; married November 2, 1852, Julia Fran- 
cis Wakeman, daughter of Jessup Wakeman, of Southport. 

CHILDREN. 

2164. Ida Frances. 

2165. Lewis, died June 23, 1867. 
2165f Luella. 

1971. 

Louisa Bulkeley, daughter of Andrew and Sarah Dimon Bulke- 
ley, born in Southport, Conn., in 1821; married July 5, 1847, Wil- 
liam B. Leonard. They now reside in Brooklyn, L. I. 

CHILDREN. 

2166. William Andrew, born in 1848. He is now rector of a church in Brook- 

lyn. He married March, 1873, Sarah 
Sullivan, daughter of Thomas Sullivan, 
of Brooklyn, L. I. 

2167. Lewis Heman, " 1850; married in -1872, Elisabeth Robinson, 

daughter of Jeremiah Robinson, of 
Brooklyn. 
2167$. Louisa, " March, 1853. 

30 



234 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

1972. 

Mary Josephine Bulkeley, daughter of Andrew and Sarah 
Dimon Bulkeley, born in Southport, Conn., in 1823; married June 
7. 1848, Benjamin Pomeroy, of Stonington, Conn., who died in 
1867. 

CHILDREN. 

2168. Benjamin Pomeroy, born in 1852. 

2169. Josephine Bulkeley Pomeroy, born in 1855; died October, 1868. 

2170. Mary Frances " " 1869. 

1979. 

Milton Bulkeley, son of Lot and Emeline Jennings Bulkeley, 
born in Southport, Conn., July 14, 1840, graduated at Yale College 
in 1861, and commenced studying medicine with Dr. Parker, of 
New York. He sailed from New York on the 10th of May, 1862, 
on the Steamer Daniel Webster, for Fortress Monroe, and was sta- 
tioned on the Sanitary Commission Steamer Knickerbocker, at 
White House, Va., as assistant surgeon, May 27, 1862. He re- 
turned home sick, and sailed for San Francisco, Cal., for the benefit 
of his health, where he was engaged for a time in the shipping 
business, in the firm of Sherwood, Bulkeley & Co. He married 
February 12, 1868, Kate A. Whealun, of San Francisco, Cal., and 
died January 25, 1872. 

CHILD. 

2171. Milton, born February 11, 1869. 

1979. 

Lot Bulkeley, son of Lot and Emeline Jennings Bulkeley, born 
in Southport, Conn., August 8, 1843; married October 24, 1865, 
Fanny B. Thorp, daughter of Henry Thorp, of Mill Plain, Conn. ; 
died November 4, 1874. 

CHILDREN. 

2172. Louisa Lenox, born February 8, 1867; died February 11, 1873. 

2173. Elsie Alden, " October 14, 1869. 

1981. 

Oliver Bulkeley, son of Moses and Catherine Bulkeley, born 
in Southport, Conn., in 1826; married in 1859, Amelia Gilbert, 
daughter of Stephen Gilbert, of New Haven, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

2174. Moses, born in 1860. 

2175. Katie Amelia, born in 1864. 

2176. Gilbert Allen, " 1866; died in 1868. 
21 76£. Annie Louise, " 1871. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 235 

1984. 

Mary Ogden Bulkeley, daughter of George and Elisabeth An- 
drews Bulkeley, born January 2, 1844; married June 19, 1867, 
Charles M. Oilman, son of Benjamin Ives Gilman, of Monticello, 111. 

CHILD. 

2177. Benjamin Ives, born September 4, 1871. 

1990. 

Mary Elisabeth Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Elisabeth 
Beers Bulkeley, born in Southport, Conn., and baptized in 1839; 
married October 9, 1855, Isaac Jennings, of Fairfield, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

2180. Mary Eliza born April 14, 1859 ; died Feb. 17, 1871. 

2181 Charles, " Oct. 20, 1865. 

1991. 

Elizabeth Whitney Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Elisa- 
beth Beers Bulkeley, born in Southport, Conn., and baptized, in 
1841; married, October 12, 1870, Rev. Frederick Hyde. They re- 
side at present, at Lockport. 

CHILD. 

2182. Frederick Bulkeley Hyde, born June 17, 1873. 

1 093. 

Georgianna Bulkeley, daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Beers 
Bulkeley, born in Southport, Conn.; married, Oct. 20, 1857, Wil- 
liam Nicliols, of Greenfield, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

2183. George Banyer Nichols, born Feb. 15, 1859. 

2184. Elisabeth Bulkeley " " Aug. 11, 1860. 

2185. Annie Ward " " Feb. 7, 1864. 

2186. William Banyer " " March 18, 1866. 

2187. Albert " " Aug. 1, 1873. 

1 995. 

Charles Henry Bulkeley, son of Charles and Elisabeth Beers 
Bulkeley, born in Southport, Conn., in 1843; married, Sept. 4, 
1866, Emma Brainerd, daughter of Henry Brainerd, of Portland, 
Conn. He died in Paris, Prance, Sept. 10, 1874. 

CHILDREN. 

2188. Annie Emery, born Sept. 20, 1867. 

2189. Erastus Brainerd, " May 15, 1869. 

2190. Grace Emma, " July 17, 1871. 



286 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

9003. 

Saeah Elisabeth Bulkeley, daughter of Walter and Betsey 
Smith Bulkeley, born in Southport, Conn., and baptized in 1833; 
married June 15, 1859, Edward Alvord, a lawyer, of Southport, 
Conn. 

CHILD. 

2191. Edward, deceased. 

3004. 

Benjamin Sherwood Bulkeley, son of James and Ellen Sher- 
wood Bulkeley, baptized Oct. 29, 1826, in Southport. Conn.: mar- 
ried, Sept. 3, 1861, Eliza Ann Burr. 

CHILDREN. 

2192. Ellen S., born July 15, 1862. 

2193. Benjamin S., " Sept. 26, 1865. 

2194. James Osborne, " ; died in infancy. 

S005. 

James Bulkeley, son of James and Ellen Sherwood Bulkeley, 
born in Southport, Conn.; baptized June 20, 1828; married Sarah 
E. Burr. No children. 

S008. 

Henry Bulkeley, son of Tuzar and Frances Upson Bulkeley. 
born in 1835; married Caroline Comfort. 

CHILD. 

2195. Julia, born in 1866. 

SOS3. 

Mary Ogden Bulkeley, daughter of Seth and Mary Ogden 
Bulkeley, born Sept. 3, 1842; married E. T. Hall, of Southport, 
Conn.; has four children; their names have not been furnished 
the writer. 

S034. 

William Clark Bulkeley, son of William and Charlotte Clark 
Bulkeley, baptized Jan. 26. 1820; married Mary A. Cobb, of New 
Braintree, Conn., in 1849. They now reside in Lebanon, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

2195. William Howard, preparing for the University. 

2196. Clarendon Cobb, at College. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 237 

9035. 

Mary Ann Farmer Bulkeley, daughter of William and Char- 
lotte Clark Bulkeley; married Emanuel Currant, of Boston, Mass., 
Sept. 10, 184S. They now reside at Richmond, Va. 

CHILDREN. 

2197. William Bulkeley Currant, born in 1850; died in 1854, aged 4 years. 

2198. Sarah Maria " died in 1867, aged 1 month. 

2199. Charlotte Farmer 

2200. Alice B. " resides at Richmond, Va. 

S036. 

Thomas Aubin Bulkeley, son of William and Charlotte Clark 

Bulkeley, born ; married Harriet F. Lamb, of Newark, N. J. 

He vas a merchant in Richmond, Va., where he died in 1864, 
aged 42. 

CHILDREN. 

2201. Ada Virginia. 

2202. Julia Florence, died in 1862, aged 3. 

2203. Charles Howard. 

2204. Lillian May, died in 1862, aged 1. 

«038. 

Edward M. Bulkeley, son of William and Charlotte Clark 
Bulkeley; married, 1. Urania S. Alvord, of Southport, in 1850, and 
died in 1865, aged 36. 2. Mary E. Haddock, of Newbury, Vt. 

CHILDREN BY THE FIRST WIFE. 

2205. Clinton Alvord, born 

2206. Ella Morton, " in 1855; m. Oct. 8, 1874, Mr. Watkins, of Sa- 

vannah, Georgia. 

2207. Charlotte Elisabeth, " in 1860 ; died in 1868, aged 8. 

2208. Edward Clifton. 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND WIFE. 

2210. William Norton. 

2211. Richard Haddock. 

ao40. 

.1 (tlia Howard Bulkeley, daughter of William and Charlotte 
Clark Bulkeley, born in Southport, Conn.; married Victor M. Ra.n- 
dolph Branch, of Richmond, Va., in 1860. 

CHILDREN. 

2212. William Randolph. 

2213. Aubin Bulkeley. 

2214. Charlotte Stannard, died at Richmond, Va., aged 14 months. 



238 BULKELEY FAMILY. 

£20415. 

Saeah Perry, daughter of Samuel and Henrietta Bulkehy Perry; 
married Daniel Marsh Red field. 

CHILDREN. 

2215. Annetta Redjield. 

2216. George Perry " 

2217. Walter Marsh " 

S046. 

Caroline G. Alvord, daughter of George B. and Amelia, Bulke- 
hy Alvord, born Dec. 8. 1S32; married. May 21, 1851, Abram 
r. Hyatt. 

CHILDREN. 

2218. Caroline A. Hyatt, born Jan. 16, 1856. 

2219. Charles C. " " Aug. 30, 1858. 

2220. Milton A. " " April 19, 1861. 

2221. William C. " " Oct. 29, 1863. 

2222. Irene M. " " May 9, 1866. 

George B. Alvord, son of George B. and Amelia Bulkeley Al- 
vord, born Sept. 16, 1834; married Margarett Horan, Jan. 3, 1856. 

CHILDREN. 

2223. George Alonzo Alvord, born Oct. 11, 1858. 

2224. John Henry " " July 25, 1863. 

S048. 

Amelia Alvord, daughter of George B. and Amelia Bulkeley 
Alvord, born Dec. 12, 1826; married Timothy Cornwell, August 28, 
1855. 

CHILDREN. 

2225. Amelia Cornwell, born May 9, 1846; m. Willard Candle, March 26, 



2226. Mary H. 
2226^. Annie J. 

2227. Jennie K. 

2228. Carrie G. 

2229. Willie R. 

2230. Susan D. 

2231. Edith 

2232. Solita 



1874. 
Sept. 28, 1858. 
May 21, 1860. 
Dec. 6, 1863. 
Aug. 6, 1866. 

June 2, 1868; died July 5, 1869. 
April, 1870 

Aug. 1872; died July, 1873. 
September, 1874. 



205 1 . 

Edwin P. Alvord, son of George B. and Amelia Bulkeley Al- 
vord, born March 26, 1846; married Mary Dunn, Feb. 10, 1859. 
No children. 



BULKELEY FAMILY. 239 

William Troavbridge Bulkeley, son of Daniel and Caroline 
Trowbridge Bulkeley, born in Grayville, III, June 28, 1841; married 
Nov. 11, 1869. Eliza Kellet, daughter of Thomas Kellet. He entered 
the United States service August 13, 1862, Company B, 87th Regi- 
ment, Illinois Volunteers, Col. John E. Whitney. Was at the 
siege and capture of Vicksburg ; was detailed as messenger at 
Gen. Banks' Headquarters, Department of the Gulf, at New Or- 
leans, about August 17, 1873. Appointed clerk of the same de- 
partment, June, 1864. He was discharged from service July 3, 
1865. Since that time has been living on his father's farm, two 
miles from Grayville, 111. 

CHILDRKN. 

2233. Thomas Kellet, born Sept. 7, 1870. 

2234. Mary Ellen, " July 24, 1872. 



ADDENDA. 



The following names should be connected with No. 3101 page 
90, and were received too late to be inserted in their regular 
order. 

3103^. 
John Bulkeley, son of Peter, and grandson of Gershom Bulke- 
ley, and great-grandson of Rev. Peter Bulkeley, the emigrant 
settler, and of the fourth generation, born about 1687; married 
Deborah Shipman, of Saybrook, in the then Parish of Chester, May, 
1714, and has two children recorded on the Saybrook Records. 

CHILDREN. 

1. John, born Maich 3, 1715. 

2. Job, " Feb. 23, 1719. 



FIFTH- GENERATION. 



1. 

John Bulkeley, son of John and Deborah Shipman Bulkeley, 
born March 3, 1715; married Ruth Sanford, of Saybrook, but no 
children are found on the records. He may have had children 
who removed from Saybrook. 

a. 

Job Bulkeley, son of John and Deborah Shipman Bulkeley, 
born Feb. 23, 1719; married Dorcas Conkling, of Saybrook, Feb- 
ruary, 1837. 

CHILDREN. 

3. Job, born July 18, 1739. 

4. Conkling, " June 17, 1741. 

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242 




ADDENDA. 


5. 


Mary, 


born June 5, 1743. 


6. 


Anne, 


" May 24, 1745. 


7. 


William, 


" June 22, 1747. 


8. 


Abraham, 


" August 5, 1749. 


9. 


Daniel, 


" Sept. 14, 1751. 


10. 


Joel, 


" Aug. 8, 1754; never married. 


11. 


Dorcas, 


" Jan. 24, 1757 ; married and had 2 children 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

3. 

Job Bulkeley, son of Job and Dorcas Conkling Bulkeley, born 
July 18, 1739; married Jemima Utter, Nov. 30, 1768. 

CHILDREN. 

12. Jemima, born Sept. 6, 1770. 

13. Job, " Jan. 5, 1772. 

14. Mary, " April 30, 1773. 

15. Ezra, " Oct. 7, 1774. 

16. Dorcas, " Sept. 6, 1776. 

17. Temperance, " Dec. 9, 1778. 

18. Joseph, " Jan. 7, 1781. 

19. Chloc, " April 8, 1784. 

20. Washington, " Sept. 26, 1 785. 

4. 

Conkling Bulkeley, son of Job and Dorcas Conkling Bulkeley, 
born June 14, 1741. 

CHILDREN. 

21. Conkling, born Oct. 20, 1768. 

22. John, " March 26, 1770. 

23. Barach, " March 20, 1772. 

24. Sarah, " July 14, 1774. 

25. Jerusha, " Oct. 14, 1776. 

26. Hannah, " May 14, 1779. 

27. Ashur, " March 20, 1 782. 

28. Joel, " June 26, 1 785. 

29. Rebecca, " Nov. 14, 1788. 

r 7 / . 
William Bulkeley, son of Job and Dorcas Conkling Bulkeley, 
born June 22, 1747; married Mary Chapman, daughter of Na- 
thanael Chapman, Sept. 3, 1772. 







ADDENDA. 






CHILDREN. 


30. 


Mary, 


born August 2, 1773. 


31. 


Ann Conkling, 


<< 


Feb. 12, 1775. 


32. 


Clara Dorcas, 


« 


April 6, 1777. 


33. 


Phebe Anna, ) 








> twins, 


« 


Feb. 26, 1779. 


34. 


Polly Fanny, ) 






35. 


William Worthington, 


« 


March 22, 1781 ; died Aug. 12, 1792. 


36. 


Betsy Saba, 


tt 


Feb. 16, 1783. 


37. 


Abisha Chapman, 


a 


Dec. 28, 1784; died August 24, 1785 


38. 


Vashti Yoma, 


tt 


June 18, 1786. 


39. 


Lotty Mershons, 


tt 


Sept. 8, 1788. 


40. 


Abisha Chapman, 2d, 


tt 


Ang. 15, 1790. 


41. 


William Worthington, 


2d, " 


Jan. 3, 1792. 


42. 


John Ely, 


tt 


May 13, 1794. 


43. 


Lucy Mary Ann, 


tt 


July 31, 1796. 



243 



8. 

Abraham Bulkeley, son of Job and Dorcas Conkling Bulkeley, 
married and had eight children. The name of his wife and date 
of marriage are unknown to the compiler. Neither are the dates 
of the children's births known. 

CHILDREN. 

44. Abram. 

45. Isaac. 

46. Jacob. 

47. Ebenezer. 

48. Thankful. 

49. Nancy. 

50. Ruth. 

51. Daniel. 

52. Martha. 

O. 

Daniel Bulkeley, son of Job and Dorcas Conkling Bulkeley, 
born September 14, 1751. The following facts in regard to him 
were communicated by a granddaughter, Mrs. Mary J. Law : 

"He served in the revolutionary war as messenger, at one time, 
for General "Washington; was in several engagements; was slightly 
wounded in a skirmish on Long Island; was with the army when 
they crossed to New Jersey through the fog on that memorable 
occasion mentioned in history. Afterwards he served as a recruit- 
ing agent to the close of the war. He settled in Somers. He 
was thrice married, 1, to Mary Parsons, in 1783, who died May 
14, 1797; 2, to Anna Howard, of Rocky Hill, February 6, 1798, 
who died November 10, 1806; 3, to Rlwda Preston, October 6 7 



244 ADDENDA. 

1807. He died November 3, 1830, aged 79. He removed from 
Somers to Ellington in 1806 or 1807, and remained there until his 
death. 

CHILDREN BY HIS FIRST WIFE. 

53. Walter, born September 14, 1782. He was never married. 

54. Fanny, " January 29, 1787. 

55. Daniel, " February 4, 1791. 

56. Laura, " . Probably (lied young. 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

58. Nelson, born June 6th, 1799. 

59. Elisha, " September 28, 1801. 

60. Mary Ann, born June 25, 1805. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

But few of this generation are known to the writer, as they 
became widely scattered. I give a few of them. 

S8. 
Joel Bulkeley, son of Conklin Bulkeley, born June 16, 1785; 
married, 1, Temperance Bushnell, daughter of Francis Bushnell; 2, 
Hannah Maria Bushnell, the sister of his first wife. 

CHILDREN. 

61. Temperance A., born December 3, 1814; m. Ezra Moore. 

62. Charles Frederick," July 4, 1816. 

63. Samuel Socrates, " 

64. Wealthy M., " m. Frank Tiffany. 

CHILDREN BY THE SECOND MARRIAGE. 

65. Ann Jeanett, m. Jonathan Lay. 

66. William A., m. Sarah C. Chapman, widow of 

Frederick W. Chapman, Jr., and 
daughter of Alvin Spencer. 
66$. Jerome A., m. Victoria Clarke. 

67. Ellen A., Unmarried. 

SO. 

Elisha Bulkeley, son of Daniel and Anna Howard Bulkeley, 
born September 28, 1801. He was married to Anna Sexton, of 
Somers, September 27, 1840. 

CHILDREN. 

674. Mary Jane, born December 5, 1843. 

68. Nancie Ann, " April 14, 1847. 

69. Angenetta Rebecca, born October 11, 1852. 



ADDENDA. 245 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 

61. 

Temperance A. Bulkeley, daughter of Joel and Temperance 
Bushnell Bulkeley, born December 3, 1814; married Ezra Moore, 
December 13, 1840. They reside at Deep River, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

70. Newton S., born February 5, 1842 j died May 24, 1863. 

71. Charles Winfield, born July 31, 1843. 

72. Josephine E., " May 8, 1845. 

73. AureliaT., " September 20, 1846. 

74. Emily J., " February 8, 1852. 

OS. 

Charles Frederick Bulkeley, son of Joel and Temperance 
Bushnell Bulkeley, born July 4, 1816. He was twice married, 1, 
to Louisa Plaits; 2, to Emeline Buell. 

CHILDREN. 

75. Adelbert. 

76. Francis. 

77. Nellie. 

78. Sarah. 

79. Elmer. 

Mary Jane Bulkeley, daughter of Elisha and Anna Sexton 
Bulkeley, born December 5, 1843; married James G. Law, of Haz- 
ardville (Enfield). He is a manufacturer of kegs and canisters for 
powder. 

CHILDREN. 

80. Jesse May Law. 

81. Bertha Adella. 



APPENDIX 



THE LIFE OF REV. PETER BULKLY. 

BY THE REV. COTTON MATHER, D. D., F. R. S. 
Ipse Aspectus Boni viri delectat. — Sen.* 

81. It has been a matter of some reflection that among the 
pretended successors of Saint Peter there never was any Pope that 
would pretend unto the name of Peter; but if any of them had 
been christened by that name at the font, they afterwards changed 
it when they came unto the chair. No doubt, as Raphael Urbine, 
the famous painter, being taxed for making the face in the picture 
of Peter too red, replied, He did it on purpose, that he might rep- 
resent the apostle blushing in heaven to see what successors he had 
on earth : so these infamous apostates might blush to hear them- 
selves called Peter, while they are conscious unto themselves of 
their being strangers to- all the vertues of that great apostle. But 
the denomination of Peter might be with an everlasting agreeable- 
ness claimed by our eminent Bulkly, who, according to the spirit 
and counsel of Peter, "fed the flock of God among us, taking the 
oversight thereof not by constraint, but willingly; not for filthy 
lucre, but of a willing mind." 

§ 2. He was descended of an honourable family in Bedford- 
shire, where for many successive generations the names of Edward 
and Peter were alternatively worn by the heirs of the family. His 
father was Edward Bulkly, D. D., a faithful minister of the gospel; 
the same whom we find making a supplement unto the last volume 
of our books of martyrs. He was born at Woodhil, (or Odel,) in 
Bedfordshire, January 31st, 1582. 

* The very looks of a good man are a source of pleasure. 



248 APPENDIX. 

His education was answerable unto his original; it was learned, 
it was genteel, and, which was the top of all, it was very pious : at 
length it made him a Batchellor of Divinity, and Fellow of Saint 
John's Colledge in Cambridge, the colledge whereinto he had been 
admitted about the sixteenth year of his age; and it was while he 
was but a, junior batchellor that he was chosen a fellow. 

§ 3. When he came abroad in the world a good benefice befel 
him, added unto the estate of a gentleman, left him by his father, 
whom he succeeded in his ministry at the place of his nativity, 
which one would imagine temptations enough to keep him out of a 
wilderness. 

Nevertheless, the concern which his renewed soul had for the pure 
worship of our Lord Jesus Christ, and for the planting of evangeli- 
cal churches to exercise that worship, caused him to leave and sell 
all, in hopes of gaining the "pearl of great price" among those 
that first peopled New-England upon those glorious ends. It was 
not long that he continued in conformity to the ceremonies of the 
church of England; but the good Bishop of Lincoln connived at 
his non-conformity, (as he did at his father's,) and he lived an un- 
molested non-conformist until he had been three prentice-ships of 
years in his ministry. Towards the latter end of this time his min- 
istry had a notable success in the conversion of many unto God ; 
and this was one occasion of a latter end for this time. "When Sir 
Nathanael Brent was Arch-Bishop Laud's General, as Arch-Bishop 
Laud was another's, complaints were made against Mr. Bulkly for 
his non-conformity, and he was therefore silenced. 

§ 4. To New-England he therefore came, in the year 1635 ; and 
there having been for a while at Cambridge, he* carried a good 
number of planters with him, up further into the woods, where they 
gathered the twelfth church then formed in the colony, and called 
the town by the name of Concord. 

Here he buried a great estate, while he raised one still for almost 
every person whom he employed in the affairs of his husbandry. 
He had many and godly servants, whom, after they had lived with 
him a fit number of years, he still dismissed with bestowing farms 
upon them, and so took others after the like manner, to succeed 
them in their service and his kindness. Thus he cast his bread both 
upon the waters and into the earth, not expecting the return of 
this his charity to a religious plantation until "after many days." 

§ 5. He was a most excellent scholar, a very well-read person, 
and one who, in his advice to young students, gave demonstrations 



APPENDIX. 249 

that he knew what would go to make a scholar. But it being 
essential unto a scholar to love a scholar, so did he; and in token 
thereof endowed the library of Harvard -Colledge with no small 
part of his own. 

And he was therewithal a most exalted Christian, full of those 
devotions which accompany a "conversation in heaven;" especially, 
so exact a Sabbath-keeper, that if at any time he had been asked 
" whether he had strictly kept the Sabbath?" he would have replied, 
" Christianus sum, intermittere non possum."* And conscientious, even 
to a degree of scrupulosity. That scrupulosity appeared particularly 
in his avoiding all novelties of apparel, and the cutting of hair so 
close, that of all the famous namesakes he had in the world, he 
could have least born the sir-name of that well known author, Pe- 
•trus Crinitus.f 

§ 6. It was observed that his neighbours hardly ever came into 
his company, but whatever business he had been talking of, he 
would let fall some holy, serious, divine, and useful sentences upon 
them, ere they parted: an example many ways worthy to be imi- 
tated by every one that is called a minister of the gospel. 

In his ministry he was another Farel, Quo Nemo tonuit fortius.^ 
He was very laborious, and because he was, through some infirmities 
of body, not so able to visit his flock, and instruct them from house 
to house, he added unto his other publick labours on the Lord's 
days, that of constant catechising; wherein, after all the unmarried 
people had answered, all the people of the whole assembly were 
edified by his expositions and applications. 

His first sermon was on Rom. i. 16: "I am not ashamed of the 
gospel of Christ." At Odel he preached on part of the prophecy 
of Isaiah, and part of Jonah, and a great part of the gospel of 
Matthew, and of Luke, the Epistles to the Philippians, and of 
Peter, and of Jude, besides many other scriptures. At Concord 
he preached over the illustrious truths about the person, the natures, 
the offices of Christ; [what would he have said if he had lived unto 
this evil day, when 'tis counted good advice for a minister of the 
gospel "not to preach much on the person of Christ?"] the greatest 
part of the book of Psalms; the conversion of Zacheus; Paul's 
commission, in Acts xxvi. 18. His death found him handling the 

* I am a Christian; I cannot swerve from duty. 

t Peter the Long Haired. 

% Than whom no one thundered louder. 

32 



250 APPENDIX. 

commandments, and John xvi. 7, 8, 9. He expounded Mr. Perkins 
his six principles, whereto he added a seventh, and examined the 
young people, what they understood and remembered of his 
exposition. 

Moreover, by a sort of winning, and yet prudent familiarity, he 
drew persons of all ages in his congregation to come and sit with 
him when he could not go and sit with them; whereby he had 
opportunity to do the part of a faithful pastor in considering the 
state of his flock. 

Such was his pious conduct that he was had much in reverence 
by his people; and when at any time he was either hasty in speaking 
to such as were about him, whereto he was disposed by his bodily 
pains, or severe in preaching against some things that others thought 
were no way momentous, whereto the great exactness of his piety 
inclined him ; yet those little stinginesses took not away the interests 
which he had in their hearts; they "knowing him to be a just man, 
and an holy, observed him." 

And the observance which his own people had for him was also 
paid him from all sorts of people throughout the land ; but espe- 
cially from the ministers of the country, who would still address 
him as a father, a prophet, a counsellor, on all occasions. 

§ 8. Upon his importunate pressing a piece of charity, disagree- 
able to the will of the ruling elder, there was occasioned an unhappy 
discord in the church of Concord ; which yet was at last healed by 
their calling in the help of a council, and the ruling elder's abdica- 
tion. Of the temptations which occurred on these occasions, Mr. 
Bulkly would say, "He thereby came — 1, To know more of God; 
2, To know more of himself; 3, To know more of men." Peace 
being thus restored, the small things in the beginning of the church 
there increased in the hands of their faithful Bulkly, until he was 
translated into the regions which afford nothing but concord and 
glory, leaving his well-fed "flock in the wilderness" unto the pas- 
toral care of his worthy son, Mr. Edward Bulkly. 

§ 9. It is remarked that a man's whole religion is according to 
his acquaintance with the new covenant. If, then, any person would 
know what Mr. Peter Bulkly was, let him read his judicious and 
savoury treatise of the gospel covenant, which has passed through 
several editions with much acceptance among the people of God. 
Quickly after his first coming into this country he preached many 
sermons on Zech. ix. 11: "The blood of thy covenant." The im- 
portunity of his congregation prevailed with him to preach this 



APPENDIX. 251 

doctrine of the covenant over again in his lectures, and fit it for 
the press. He did accordingly ; and of that book the well known 
Mr. Shepard, of Cambridge, has given this testimony: "The church 
of God is bound to bless God for the holy, judicious and learned 
labours of this aged, experienced, and precious servant of Jesus 
Christ, who hath taken much pains to discover, and that not in 
words and allegories, but in the demonstration and evidence of the 
spirit, the great mystery of godliness wrapt up in the covenant; and 
hath now fully opened many knotty questions concerning the same, 
which happily have not been brought so full to light until now, 
which cannot but be of singular and seasonable use to prevent 
apostasies from the simplicity of the covenant and gospel of Christ." 
§ 10. Having offered this particular account of a book which is 
to be reckoned among the first-born of New-England, I may not 
forbear doing my country the service of extracting from it one 
paragraph, which we may reckon the dying charge of a Moses to 
an Israel in a wilderness: 

"And thou, New-England, which art exalted in priviledges of the gospel above 
many other people, know thou the ' time of thy visitation,' and consider the great 
things the Lord hath done for thee. The gospel hath free passage in all places 
where thou dwellest; Oh ! that it might be glorified also by thee! Thou enjoyest 
many faithful witnesses, which have testified unto thee the gospel of the grace of 
God. Thou hast many bright stars shining in thy firmament, to give thee the 
' knowledge of salvation from on high, to guide thy feet in the way of peace.' 
Be not high-minded because of thy priviledges, but fear because of thy danger. 
The more thou hast committed unto thee, the more thou must account for. No 
people's account will be heavier than thine, if thou do not walk worthy of the 
means of thy salvation. The Lord looks for more from thee than from other 
people — more zeal for God, more love to his truth, more justice and equity in thy 
ways. Thou shouldest be a special people, an only people, none like thee in all 
the earth. Oh ! be so, in loving the gospel, and the ministers of it, having them 
in ' singular love for their work's sake. ' 

"Glorifie thou the word of the Lord, which has glorified thee. Take heed, least 
for neglect of either, God 'remove thy candlestick' out of the midst of thee; 
lest being now 'as a city upon an hill, which many seek unto, thou be left 'like 
a beacon upon the top of a mountain, ' desolate and forsaken. If we walk un- 
worthy of the gospel brought unto us, the greater our mercy hath been in the 
enjoying of it, the greater will our judgment be for the contempt." 

§ 11. His first wife was the daughter of Mr. Thomas Allen, of 
Goldington, a most vertuous gentlewoman, whose nephew was the 
Lord Mayor of London, Sir Thomas Allen. By her he had nine 
sons and two daughters. After her death he lived eight years a 
widdower, and then married a vertuous daughter of Sir Richard 
Chitwood, by whom he had three sons and one daughter. 



252 APPENDIX. 

Age at length creeping on him, he grew much afraid of out-living 
his work ; and his fear he thus expressed in a short epigram, com- 
posed March 25, 1657: 

Pigra senectutis jam venit inutilis setas, 

Nil aliud nunc sum quam fere pondus iners. 
Da tamen, Alme Deus, dum vivam, vivere laudi 

iEternum sancti Nominis usque Tui. 
Ne vivam (moriar potius!) nil utile Agendo: 

Finiat opto magis, mors properata Dies. 
Vel doceam in Sancto Csetu tua verba salutis, 

Caalestive canam Cantica sacra Choro ; 
Seu vivam, moriarve, tuus sim, Christe, quod uni 

Debit mea est, debita morsque tibi.* 

He was ill as well as old when he writ these verses, but God 
granted him his desire. He recovered, and preached near two 
years after this, and then expired, March 9, 1658-9, in the seventy- 
seventh year of his age. 

§ 12. The epigram newly mentioned invites me to remember 
that he had a competently good stroke at Latin poetry, and even 
in his old age affected sometimes to improve it. Many of his com- 
posures are yet in our hands. One was written on his Birth-day, 
June 31st, 1654: 

Ultimus iste Dies Mensis, mihi primus habetur; 

Quo csepi lucem cernere primus erat. 
Septuaginta duos Annos exinde peregi. 

Atque tot Annorum est Ultimus iste Dies. 
Praeterito Veteri jum nunc novus incipit Annus 
utinam mihi sit mens nova, vita nova.t 

* I've reached the evening of my mortal day ; 

A sluggish mass of clay is this my frame ; 
Yet grant, O God, that while I live, I may 

Live to the glory of Thy holy name. 
And if in life I may not honour Thee, 
From such dishonour may Death set me free. 
Whether within Thy holy courts below 

I preach salvation unto dying men — 
Or in Thine Upper Temple, with the flow 

Of angel-quirings blend my raptured strain — 
Living or dying, Thine I still would be: 
My life and death alike are due to Thee. 

t This last day of the month is first to me, 
For with it dawning life began to be. 

Nor have its mild returns been slow or few : 
Of seventy -two long years this is the last ; 
A new year now begins, the old year passed ; 
Oh may my heart and life be also new ! 



APPENDIX. 253 

Another of them was written on an earthquake, October 29, 

1653: 

Ecce Dei nutu tellus pavefacta tremescit, 

Terra Tremens mota est sedibus ipsa suis, 
Nutant Fulcra Orbis, mundi compago saluta est; 

Ex vultu irati contremit ille Dei. 
Contremuit tellus, imis concussa Cavernis, 

Ponderibus quanquam sit gravis ilia suis. 
Evomit ore putres niagno cum murmure ventos, 

Quos in visceribus clauserat ante suis. 
Ipsa tremit Tellus scelerum gravitate vivorum, 

Sub sceleris nostri pondere Terra tremit. 
O nos quam duri ! Sunt ferrea pectora nobis ; 

Non etenim gemimus cum gemit omne solum. 
Quis te non metuit, metuit quem Fabrica munda 

Quemque timent cseli, terraque tota tremit. 
Motibus a Tantis nunc tandem terra quiescat, 

Sed cessent potius crimina nostra precor.* 

The rest we will bury with him, under this 

EPITAPH. 

Obiit jam qui jamdudum abierat Bulklmus ; 
Nee Patriam ille mutavit, nee paene vitam ; 
Ed ivit, quo ire consueverat, et ubi jam erat.t 

* Tbe solid earth, before an angry God, 
Shakes at the terrors of His awful nod. 
The balance of the mighty world is lost — 
Its vast foundations, in confusion toss'd, 
Through all the hollows of its deepest caves 
Rock like a vessel foundering in the waves. 
Volumes of sulphurous air, with booming sound, 
Burst through the gorges of the parted ground. 
The earth doth heave with groanings of distress, 
Beneath the weight of human sinfulness. 
Shall not our eyes drop penitential rain, 
When all creation travaileth in pain ? 
Great God ! who shall not fear Thee in the hour 
When heaven and earth are trembling at thy power! 
Father, to nature's tumult whisper peace, 
And bid the wickedness of man to cease ! 

t Bulklt hath left us for a happier shore — 
Nay, rather lingers where he was before. 
He ne'er hath slept beneath this humble sod, 
For both in life and death he was with God. 



INDEX 



TO THE 



DESCENDANTS OF REV. PETER BULKELEY, 



THE SETTLER. 



IN TWO PARTS. 



PART I. 

CHRISTIAN NAMES OF DESCENDANTS BEARING THE SURNAME OF BOLKELEY. 

[The figures in the left-hand column designate the number of the individual, 
and in the right-hand column the date of birth.] 



Number. 


Birth. 


Number. 


Birth. 


1630. 


Aaron, 


1748 


1655. 


Abigail, 


1760 


1711. 


Aaron, 


1788 


1670. 


Abigail, 


1790 


136. 


Abel, 


1789 


1708. 


Abigail, 


1803 


1819. 


Abel C, 


1817 


1800. 


Abigail, 


1802 


946. 


Abby, 




559. 


Abigail S., 


1799 


1884. 


Abby, 




194. 


Ada, 




196. 


Abby H., 




2201. 


Ada V., 




894. 


Abby J., 




141. 


Adad, 




1690. 


Abby F., 


1812 


217. 


Adad, 


1816 


122. 


Abigail, 


1781 


947. 


Adaline, 




126. 


Abigail, 


1769 


965. 


Adaline, 




135. 


Abigail, 


1787 


2114. 


Adelaide, 


1871 


320. 


Abigail, 


1720 


1811. 


Alathea, 


1794 


366. 


Abigail, 


1743 


872. 


Albert, 


1838 


469. 


Abigail, 


1769 


2187. 


Albert, 




478. 


Abigail, 


1770 


217. 


Albert H., 




558. 


Abigail, 


1795 


1086. 


(7) Arthur H., 


1864 


1593. 


Abigail, 


1743 


954. 


Albert R., 


1802 


608. 


Abigail, 


1761 


2098. 


Albert T., 


1866 


1636. 


Abigail, 


1771 


261. 


Alford, 


1849 



256 



Number. 




597. 


Alfred, 




599. 


Alfred, 




1341. 


Alice, 




1849. 


Alice, 




1414. 


Alice A., 




1524. 


Alice T., 




567. 


Allen, 




2054. 


Alonzo C, 




1779. 


Amanda, 




1900. 


Amanda, 




551. 


Amelia, 




1587. 


Amelia, 




1606. 


Amelia, 




1665. 


Amelia, 




1795. 


Amelia, 




1816. 


Amelia, 




826. 


Amelia A., 




1957. 


Amelia F., 




1007. 


Amelia J. M., 


179. 


Andrew, 




192. 


Andrew, 




1628. 


Andrew, 




1661. 


Andrew, 




1740. 


Andrew, 




1757. 


Andrew, 




1903. 


Andrew, 




1924. 


Andrew, 




1935. 


Andrew, 




1863. 


Angeline, 




256. 


Ann, 




421. 


Ann, 




1691. 


Ann, 





INDEX. 




Birth. 


Number. 


1766 


1079. 


Ann A., 


1769 


1966. 


Ann E., 


1852 


2122. 


Ann E., 


1871 


1694. 


Anna, 


1845 


1698. 


Anna, 


1870 


1961. 


Anna, 


1786 


423. 


Anna, 




437. 


Anna, 




994. 


Anna, 


1821 


1727. 


Anna, 


1782 


2115. 


Anna B., 


1738 


211. 


Anna L., 


1757 


2059. 


Anna L., 


1776 


287. 


Anna R., 


1819 


1603. 


Anne, 


1809 


2188. 


Anne E., 




1680. 


Anne H., 


1849 


1067. 


Annie, 


1815 


2176|. 


Annie L., 




1879. 


Anson, 




7)8. 


Archibald, 


1743 


1081. 


Archibald B., 


1774 


961. 


Aristarchus, 


1785 


1978. 


Arthur, 


1789 


639. 


Asa, 


1821 


719. 


Ashbel, 




1083. 


Ashbel, 


1827 


716. 


Augustus, 




170. 


Augustus, 


1836 


1957. 


Augustus, 


1758 


1968. 


Augustus, 



Birth. 



1003. Augustus W., 



1809 
1747 
1753 

1808 

1861 
1826 
1853 

1761 
1867 

1778 



1792 

1813 
1837 
1744 
1792 

1787 
1814 
1838 
1825 
1805 



1693. 


Barzillai, 






2004. 


Benjamin S., 


1868 


1925. 


Barzillai, 






2193. 


Benjamin S., 




349. 


Benjamin, 






1322. 


Bertha, 


1868 


463. 


Benjamin, 




1761 


484. 


Betsy, 




481. 


Benjamin, 




1784 


540. 


Betsey, 


1793 


1732. 


Benjamin, 




1795 


547. 


Betsey, 


1781 


2138. 


Benjamin, 




1848 


990. 


Betsey F., 


1816 


1987. 


Benjamin 


A., 


1848 


1675. 


Burr, 


1777 


2114. 


Benjamin 


B., 




397. 


Burrage, 


1767 


831. 


Benjamin 


G., 




570. 


Bur rage, 


1805 


2161. 


Benjamin 


P., 


1852 


871. 


Burrage, 


1836 


638. 


Benjamin 


R., 


1772 


2142. 


Byron, 




640. 


Benjamin 


R, 


1776 









INDEX. 



257 



Number. 
1888. Caleb, 
2123. Caleb, 

220. Caroline, 

257. Caroline, 

1004. Caroline, 

1 689. Caroline, 

1801. Caroline, 

2150. Caroline, 

1058. Caroline A., 

1252. Caroline C, 

1416. Caroline F., 

830. Caroline H., 

215. Caroline L., 

1201. Carrie E., 

875. Carrie M., 

2112. Carrie M., 

294. Catharine, 

354. Catharine, 

564. Catharine, 

1795. Catharine, 

1881. Catharine, 

1994. Catharine, 

199. Catharine A., 

1886. (4) Catharine F. K., 

937. Celinda, 

181. Chanty, 

36. Charles, 

296. Charles, 

311. Charles, 

327. Charles, 

350. Charles, 

425. Charles, 

432. Charles, 

485. Charles, 

673. Charles, 

1075. Charles, 

1029. Charles, 

1082. Charles, 

1345. Charles, 

1408. Charles, 

1684. Charles, 

1761. Charles, 

1908. Charles. 



Birth. 


Number. 


Birth. 




2135. 


Charles, 


1853 




2181. 


Charles, 


1865 


1823 


1526^ 


Charles B., 


1861 


1837 


909. 


Charles E., 


1799 


1807 


1221. 


Charles E., 


1863 


1798 


1357. 


Charles E., 


1836 


1803 


1992. 


Charles E., 






2020. 


Charles E., 


1852 


1849 


1854. 


Charles F., 


1839 


1843 


1082. 


Charles H., 




1850 


1086. 


(2) Charles II., 


1851 




1995. 


Charles H., 


1844 


1813 


2203. 


Charles H., 


1827 


1860 


2009. 


Charles H., 




1846 


2111. 


Charles P., 


1860 


1862 


1994. 


Charles S., 


1836 


1660 


1705. 


Charlotte, 


1791 




1928. 


Charlotte, 




1778 


441. 


Chauneey, 


1741 


1800 


546. 


Chauncey, 


1782 




669. 


Chauneey, 


1790 


1840 


071. 


Chauncey, 


1798 


1815 


491. 


Chester, 


1781 


J 856 


1346. 


Chester, 


1864 


1793 


536. 


Chesterfield, 




1804 


1828. 


Clara, 




1719 


2083. 


Clarence E., 




1663 


181. 


Clarissa, 


1804 


1703 


539. 


Clarissa, 


1791 


1710 


666. 


Clarissa, 


1784 




943. 


Clarissa, 




1753 


961. 


Clarissa, 


1816 


1763 


1671. 


Clarissa, 


1794 


1760 


1699. 


Clarissa, 




1801 


1723 


Clarissa, 


1778 




1956. 


Clarissa, 




1838 


937. 


Clarissa P., 


1809 




2205. 


Clinton A., 




1864 


1866. 


Columbus, 


1822 


1847 


2120. 


Cornelia II., 


1827 


1786 


1896. 


Cornelius, 


1819 


1803 


1897. 


Cornelius S., 


1821 


1831 









33 



258 



INDEX. 



D 



Number. 


612. 


Dan, 


963. 


Dan A., 


9. 


Daniel, 


45. 


Daniel, 


53. 


Daniel, 


64. 


Daniel, 


132. 


Daniel, 


214. 


Daniel, 


417. 


Daniel, 


470. 


Daniel, 


488. 


Daniel, 


618. 


Daniel, 


982. 


Daniel, 


1827. 


Daniel, 


2079. 


Daniel R., 


1742. 


Daniel S., 


2109. 


Daniel W., 


419. 


David, 


468. 


David, 


637. 


David, 


1575. 


David, 


Numbe 
2002. 


r. 

Edgar, 


518. 


Edmund, 


1123. 


Edmund W., 


2. 


Edward, 


22. 


Edward, 


298. 


Edward, 


465. 


Edward, 


677. 


Edward, 


876. 


Edward, 


1035. 


Edward, 


1037. 


Edward, 


1452|. 


Edward, 


1832. 


Edward, 


2013. 


Edward, 


1850. 


Edward L., 


1857. 


Edward S., 


814. 


Edwin, 


1086. 


(6) Edwin, 


1866. 


Edwin A., 


19.36. 


Edwin E., 


2059. 


Edwin F., 


2098. 


Egbert J., 


386. 


Eleanor, 



Birth. 


Number. 


1784 


1616. 


David, 


1819 


1729. 


David, 


1 625 


1891. 


David, 


1668 


1909. 


David, 


1680 


2026. 


David, 


1718 


2137. 


David, 


1785 


1 950. 


David B., 




1958. 


David B., 


1744 


993. 


David H., 


1772 


710. 


David W., 


1770 


1857. 


David W., 


1766 


1686. 


Desire, 


1800 


2126. 


Dillie, 


1814 


298. 


Dorothy, 


1849 


318. 


Dorothy, 


1790 


325. 


Dorothy, 


1854 


396. 


Dorothy, 


1749 


621. 


Dorothy, 


1766 


624. 


Dorothy, 


1780 


1562. 


Dorothy, 


1711 

I 


989. 


Dorothy L., 


Birth. 


Number. 


1835 


1602. 


Eleanor, 


1787 


2029. 


Eleanor, 


1338 


1948. 


Eleanor B., 


1614 , 


1256. 


Eleazer, 


1669T 


1976. 


Eleazer, 




2025. 


EK'thea, 


1767 


15. 


Eliezer, 


1801 


1815. 


Elilm, 




604. 


Elijah, 


1828 


411. 


Eliphalet, 


1833 


592. 


Eliphalet, 


1875 


911. 


Eliphalet A., 




1370. 


Eliphalet A., 


1830 


2173. 


E'sie A., 


1825 


144. 


Elisabeth, 


1827 


265. 


Elisabeth, 




271. 


Elisabeth, 


1862 


275. 


Elisabeth, 


1826 


283. 


Elisabeth, 


1829 


291. 


Elisabeth, 


1848 


312. 


Elisabeth, 


1846 


487. 


Elisabeth, 


1747 


657. 


Elisabeth, 



Birth. 
1744 
1791 
1807 
1832 

1857 
1835 

1806 
1783 
1815 

1845 
1662 
1716 
1706 
1766 
1774 
1780 

1814 



Birth. 
1759 
1847 
1830 
1763 
1838 

1638 
1804 
1766 
1746 
1782 
1803 
1847 
1869 







INDEX. 




259 


Number. 


Birth. 


Number. 


Birth. 


984. 


Elisabeth, 




1978. 


Emeline, 


1841 


1073. 


Elisabeth, 




721. 


Emeline M., 


1798 


1595. 


Elisabeth, 


1746 


938. 


Emeline U., 


1806 


1627. 


Elisabeth, 


1741 


1942. 


Emeret, 


1842 


1650. 


Elisabeth, 


1764 


234. 


Emily, 


1838 


1659. 


Elisabeth, 


1772 


1796. 


Emily, 


1852 


1678. 


Elisabeth, 




1(123. 


Emily C, 


1S45 


1682. 


Elisabeth, 


1797 


2101. 


Emily G., 


1858 


1736. 


Elisabeth, 


1773 


2081. 


Emily K., 


1854 


1818. 


Elisabeth, 


1814 


2141. 


Emily N., 




1852. 


Elisabeth, 


1831 


409. 


Emma, 


1849 


1898. 


Elisabeth, 


1823 


1220. 


Emma M., 


1858 


2016. 


Elisabeth, 


1837 


1396. 


Emma R., 


1844 


2148. 


Elisabeth, 




1008. 


Enoch, 




2015. 


Elisabeth F., 


1831 


927. 


Epaphroditus, 


1791 


276. 


Elisabeth J., 


1842 


720. 


Erastus, 


1798 


222. 


Elisabeth L., 


1807 


2138. 


Erastus B., 


1869 


1122*. 


Elisabeth L., 




2163. 


Estella, 




1372. 


Elisabeth M., 


1857 


47. 


Esther, 




1637. 


Elisabeth 0., 


1750 


73. 


Esther, 


1713 


1034. 


Elisabeth S., 




87. 


Esther, 


1746 


1991. 


Elisabeth W., 


1834 


93. 


Esther, 




676. 


Eliza, 


1799 


103. 


Esther, 


1763 


808. 


Eliza, 




109. 


Esther, 




1033. 


Eliza, 




111. 


Esther, 


1755 


1076. 


Eliza, 


1 


155. 


Esther, 




1084. 


Eliza, 




1604. 


Esther, 


1754 


1085. 


Eliza, 




1704. 


Esther, 


1789 


1749. 


Eliza, 


1824 


1755. 


Esther, 




1867. 


Eliza, 


1827 


1808. 


Esther, 


1818 


1855. 


Eliza, 




1947. 


Esther J., 


1828 


1934. 


Eliza, 


1824 


2153. 


Eudora E , 


1850 


1985. 


Eliza A., 


1846 


2107. 


Eugenie, 


1851 


1986. 


Eliza A., 


1848 


418. 


Eunice, 


1747 


1025. 


Eliza H., 


1829 


489. 


Eunice, 


1774 


1086. 


(8) Eliza J., 


1867 


620. 


Eunice, 


1672 


1000. 


Eliza L., 


1798 


1556. 


Eunice, 


1701 


1199. 


Eliza M., 


1849 


1599. 


Eunice, 


1753 


2066. 


Ella A., 


1858 


1613. 


Eunice, 


1837 


1254. 


Ella M., 


1851 


1614. 


Eunice, 


1840 


2206. 


Ella M., 


1855 


1654. 


Eunice, 


1759 


156. 


Ellen, 


1779 


1679. 


Eunice, 


1776 


1649. 


Ellen, 


1762 


1716. 


Eunice, 




892. 


Ellen L., 




1726. 


Ennice, 


1786 


281. 


Ellen R., 


1 850 


1745. 


Eunice, 




2192. 


Ellen L., 


1862 


1813. 


Eunice, 


1800 


1943. 


Elon G., 


1844 


1858. 


Eunice, 


1817 


193. 


Emeline, 











260 



INDEX 



Numlie 


r. 


Birth. 


Number. 


Birth. 


1406. 


Fannie, 


1841 


1068. 


Francis, 




497. 


Fanny, 


1781 


1080. 


Francis, 




573. 


Fanny, 


1781 


1703. 


Francis, 


1786 


594. 


Fanny, 


1787 


2073. 


Francis M., 


1854 


680. 


Fanny, 




224. 


Francis L., 


1811 


832. 


Frances, 




1362. 


Frank, 


1839 


915. 


Frances, 


1832 


1973. 


Frank, 


1831 


958. 


Frances E., 


1810 


258. 


Frederick, 


1840 


1013. 


Frances H., 


1817 


390. 


Frederick, 


1755 


998. 


Fiances J., 


1819 


1343. 


Frederick, 


1856 


1027. 


Frances L., 


1833 


1902. 


Frederick, 


1818 


462. 


Francis, 


1757 


1982. 


Frederick, 


1828 


668. 


Francis, 


1788 


1088. 


Frederick C, 




709. 


Francis, 


1818 


2102. 


Frederick E., 


1860 


714. 


Francis, 


1819 


2031. 


Frederick W., 


1857 



610. 


Gad, 


1779 


51. 


Gersliom, 


1796 


8. 


George, 


1623 


70. 


Gershom, 


1696 


190. 


George, 




313. 


Gershom, 


1714 


642. 


George, 


1780 


326. 


Gershom, 


1709 


678. 


George, 




373. 


Gersliom, 


1746 


713. 


George, 


1814 


555. 


Gersliom, 


1789 


1186. 


George, 




603. 


Gershom, 


1763 


1760. 


George, 


1800 


643. 


Gershom, 


1783 


1780. 


George, 




645. 


Gershom, 


1788 


1859. 


George, 


1820 


931. 


Gersliom, 




1901. 


George, 


1816 


1561. 


Gershom, 


1561 


1974. 


George, 


1836 


1568. 


Gershom, 


1709 


2114. 


George, 




1580. 


Gershom, 


1721 


1993. 


Georgianna, 


1838 


1589. 


Gershom, 


1751 


2064. 


George A., 


1846 


1596. 


Gersliom, 


1748 


991. 


George C., 


1812 


1632. 


Gershom, 


1753 


1359. 


George D., 




1643. 


Gershom, 


1746 


2006. 


George D., 


1812 


1667. 


Gershom, 


1784 


230. 


George F., 




1688. 


Gershom, 




1223. 


George G., 




1738. 


Gershom, 


1779 


2110. 


George G., 


1857 


1753. 


Gershom, 




1203. 


George H., 


1869 


1791. 


Gershom, 


1809 


1771. 


George I., 


1812 


1797. 


Gershom, 


1827 


661. 


George W., 




1842. 


Gershom, 


1826 


807. 


George W., 


1814 


2176. 


Gilbert A., 


1866 


1868. 


George W., 


1826 


1835. 


Gilbert B., 


1831 


2030 


George W., 


1850 


59. 


Grace, 


1711 


14. 


Gershom, 


1636 


1065. 


Grace, 




44. 


Gershom, 


1665 


1564. 


Grace, 







INDEX. 


261 


Number. 


Birth. 


Number. 


Birth. 


1573. Grace, 


1720 


1064. Grace C, 




1594. Grace, 


1745 


1526^. Grace C, 


1869 


1621. Grace, 


1 75.3 


609. Gurden, 


1777 


674. Grace, 


1788 


614. Gurden, 


1764 


2112. Grace A., 


1864 







H 



42. 
48. 

117. 

128. 

185. 

204. 

309. 

480. 

649. 

817. 
1 583. 
1617. 
1635. 
1876. 
1938. 
1609. 
1707. 

272. 

543. 

667. 

804. 

816. 
1181. 

861. 

953. 

286. 
2133. 

233. 
1454. 
1833. 
1219. 
2143. 
1086. 
1019. 

284. 

652. 

681. 



Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Hannah, 

Haran D., 

Happy, 

Harriet, 

Harriet, 

Harriet, 

Harriet, 

Harriet, 

Harriet, 

Harriet, 

Harriet A., 

Harriet A . , 

Harriet E. , 

Harriet W., 

Hattie, 

Helen, 

Helen A., 

Helen E., 

Helen M., 

(5) Helen M., 

Helen V., 

Henry, 

Henry, 

Henry, 



1648 

1768 
1773 

1825 

1775 
1775 

1726 
1746 
1761 
1799 
1 S34 
1763 
1/303 

1801 
1786 
1805 



1799 

1850 
1835 
1856 
1827 
1856 
1 855 
1861 
1837 

1791 



717. 

926. 
1899. 
2015. 
2033. 

846. 
1089. 

272. 
2082. 
2071. 

129. 
1965. 
1771. 

870. 

218. 
2044. 
1320. 

175. 
1839. 

471. 
1895£. 

228. 
1570. 
1591. 
1804. 
2024. 
1676. 
1776. 

562. 

674. 
1660. 

305. 
1997. 
1006. 

305. 

475. 
1814. 



Henry, 

Henry, 

Henry, 

Henry, 

Henry, 

Henry B., 

Henry D., 

Henry L., 

Henry P., 

Henry R., 

Henry S., 

Henry T., 

Henry W., 

Henry W., 

Henrietta, 

Henrietta, 

Herhert, 

Hester, 

Hester, 

Hettie, 

Hetty A., 

Hettie J., 

Hezekiah, 

Hezekiah, 

Hezekiah, 

Hezekiah R., 

Hill, 

Hiram, 

Honor, 

Honor F., 

Honkin, 

Horace, 

Horatio, 

Horatio D., 

Hosea, 

Huldah, 

Huldah B., 



1789 
1791 
1810 
1 835 
1863 
1825 



1836 
1853 
1773 
1813 
1847 

1817 
1849 



1820 
1781 
1817 
1821 
1713 
1749 
1809 



1805 
1774 
1795 
1770 
1779 
1820 
1810 
1799 
1764 
1802 



262 



INDEX. 



Number. 

260. 

619. 
2164. 

896. 

304. 
1620. 
1719. 



Ira, 

Ichabod, 

Ida F., 

Imogenc L., 

Isaac, 

Isaac, 

Isaac, 



Number. 
10. Jabez, 



65. 

68. 
1581. 
1648. 

429. 

476. 

5.30. 

806. 
1585. 
1658. 
1770. 
2005. 
2014. 

130. 
1983. 
1017. 
1218. 
2194. 

282. 
21. 

866. 
1692. 
1880. 

145. 
1 853. 

223. 

372. 

262. 

438. 
1001. 
1601. 
2080. 

995. 

1706. 

6. 

0. 

37. 



Jabez, 

Jabez, 

Jabez, 

Jabez, 

James, 

James, 

James, 

James, 

James, 

James, 

James, 

James, 

James, 

James C, 

James E., 

James II., 

James H., 

James ()., 

James S., 

Jane, 

Jane, 

Jane, 

Jane, 

Jane B., 

Jane B., 

Jane M., 

Jehiel, 

Jerome, 

Jerusha, 

Jerusha, 

Jerusha, 

Jesse B., 

Jirali, 

Joel B., 

John, 

John, 

John, 



Birth. 


Number. 


1848 


1222. 


Isaac, 


1769 


1 883. 


Isaac, 




1894. 


Isaac, 


1851 


2065. 


Isaac H., 


1701 


1063. 


Isahella W 


1753 


431. 


Israel, 


1766 






J 




Birth. 


Number. 


1626 


39. 


John, 


1719 


57. 


John, 


1729 


71. 


John, 


1723 


105. 


John, 


1760 


121. 


John, 


1757 


1 33. 


Joh n , 


1766 


183. 


John, 




299. 


John, 


1811 


324. 


John, 


1725 


347. 


John, 


1768 


409. 


John, 


1802 


415. 


John, 


1828 


422. 


John, 




458. 


John, 




517. 


John, 


1842 


601. 


John, 


1834 


686. 


John, 


1854 


776. 


John, 




819. 


John, 


1852 


828. 


John, 




945. 


John, 


1819 


1002. 


John A , 




675. 


John B., 




1526|. 


John C, 


1868 


1838. 


John F., 


1834 


853. 


John G., 




1998. 


John H., 


1745 


1410. 


John S., 


1852 


1892. 


John S., 


1758 


2094. 


John S., 


1800 


910. 


John T., 


1757 


1364. 


John T., 


1851 


935. 


John W., 


1810 


948. 


John W., 


1798 


966. 


John W., 


1620 


80. 


Jonathan, 




125. 


Jonathan, 


1748 


319. 


Jonathan, 



Birth. 
1978 

1812 
1849 

1762 



Birth. 

1642 
1701 
1701 

1778 
1788 
1805 

1705 
1728 
1742 
1738 
1744 
1750 
1785 
1759 
1783 
1855 

1818 

1 802 

1772 
1816 
1785 
1821 
1850 
1809 
1858 
1801 
1845 
1788 



1731 
1767 
1718 







INDEX. 




203 


Number. 


Birth. 


Number. 


Birth. 


389. 


Jonathan, 


1753 


1030. 


Joseph M., 


1839 


392. 


Jonathan, 


1759 


1125. 


Josephine, 


1841 


590. 


Jonathan, 




1483. 


Josephine, 


1872 


1572. 


Jonathan, 


1718 


85. 


Josiah, 


1743 


1695. 


Jonathan, 




416. 


Joshua, 


1741 


1756. 


Jonathan, 


1786 


606. 


Joshua R., 


1771 


2181. 


Jonathan, 


1860 


608. 


Judith, 


1775 


11. 


Joseph, 




933. 


Judith, 




34. 


Joseph, 


1715 


209. 


Julia, 


1818 


40. 


Joseph, 


1644 


596. 


Julia, 




54. 


Joseph, 


1682 


707. 


Julia, 




75. 


Joseph, 


1709 


805. 


Julia, 


1807 


88. 


Joseph, 


1848 


865. 


Julia, 


1819 


91. 


Joseph, 


1759 


916. 


Julia, 


1837 


261. 


Joseph, 




991. 


Julia, 


1819 


279. 


Joseph, 


1840 


1803. 


Julia, 


1807 


333. 


Joseph, 


1722 


2195. 


Julia, 


1866 


365. 


Joseph, 




1769. 


Julia A., 


1798 


440. 


Joseph, 


1740 


2151. 


Julia E., 


1852 


519. 


Joseph, 


1789 


2202. 


Julia F., 




774. 


Joseph, 


1851 


769. 


Julius C, 


1815 


862. 


Joseph, 




1128. 


Julius H., 


1852 


1588. 


Joseph, 


1741 


370. 


Justus, 


1752 


1731. 


Joseph, 


1795 


541. 


Justus, 


1795 


1887. 


Joseph, 


1800 


1124. 


Justus L., 


1840 


874. 


Joseph A., 


1*43 


768. 


Justus R., 


1813 


767. 


Joseph E., 


1812 

I 


£ 






Number. 


Birth. 








869. 


Kate, 


1834 

] 








Number. 


Birth. 


Numbei 




Birth 


507. 


Laura, 


1784 


1748. 


Lois, 


1784 


679. 


Laura, 




508. 


Louisa, 


1786 


778. 


Laura, 


1856 


2090. 


Louisa C, 


1862 


886. 


Laura, 


1825 


1970. 


Louisa 1)., 


1821 


958. 


Leander W., 


1805 


2172. 


Louisa L., 


1867 


213. 


Leona L., 


1827 


1758. 


Lot, 


1794 


646. 


Leonard, 




1779. 


Lot, 


1848 


172. 


Levi, 


1768 


1685. 


Lovell, 




919. 


Lewis, 




200. 


Lucina, 


1817 


1970. 


Lewis, 


1821 


1417. 


Lucius, 


1854 


2165. 


Lewis, 




964. 


Lucius E., 


1824 


2204. 


Lillian M., 


1862 


331. 


Lucy, 


1720 


1619. 


Lois, 


1750 


475. 


Lucy, 


1760 


1715. 


Lois, 




650. 


Lucy, 


1778 


1733. 


Lois, 


1797 


705. 


Lucy, 





264 

Number, 

878. 

885. 

992. 
1011. 
1739. 
1957. 
2165£. 

393. 



Lucy, 

Lucy, 

Lucy, 

Lucy, 

Lucy, 

Lucy A., 

Luella, 

Lydia, 



INDEX . 






Sirth. 


Number. 


Birth. 




417. 


Lydia, 


1839 


1825 


509. 


Lydia, 


1788 


1824 


611. 


Lydia, 


1781 




1638. 


Lydia, 


1753 


1783 


1700. 


Lydia, 






1837. 


Lydia, 






1202. 


Lydia J., 


1863 


1761 


1152. 


Lyman, 


1844 



M 



92. 

374. 
1657. 
1458. 

118. 
1407. 
1904. 
1563. 
1018. 
1127. 
3. 
7. 

120. 

163. 

189. 

259. 

308. 

353. 

403. 

410. 

486. 

514. 

607. 

654. 

715. 

773. 

877. 

888. 

889. 

928. 

934. 

944. 
1074. 
1126. 
1222. 
1250. 
1355. 
1586. 



Mabel, 

Mabel, 

Mabel, 

Maggie, 

Maltbie, 

Mansfield, 

Malvine, 

Margaret, 

Margaret A., 

Margaretta, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 

Mary, 



1768 
1792 
1765 



1844 
1825 

1836 
1847 
1615 
1621 
1775 
1861 

1846 
1710 

1740 
1743 
1764 
1778 
1774 
1793 
1785 
1850 



1793 



1843 
1866 



1731 



1653. 
1663. 
1681. 
1734. 
1792. 
1826. 
1911. 
1963. 
2011. 
2018. 
2106. 
1820. 
1931. 
2028. 
2035. 
1709. 
1820. 
2077. 
873. 
1905. 
1945. 
1952. 
1990. 
2070. 
2180. 
2134. 
2180. 
2234. 
2118. 
1964. 
1967. 
2127. 
2171. 
2226. 
1369. 
1843. 
1972. 
2145. 



Mary, 
Mary, 
Mary, 
Mary, 
Mary, 
Mary, 
Mary, 
Mary, 
Mary, 
Mary, 
Mary, 
Mary A., 
Mary A., 
Mary A., 
Mary A. F., 
Mary B., 
Mary C, 
Mary C, 
Mary D., 
Mary E., 
Mary E., 
Mary E., 
Mary E., 
Mary E., 
Mary E., 
Mary E., 
Mary E., 
Mary E., 
Mary E. A., 
Mary F., 
Mary F., 
Mary F., 
Mary F., 
Mary IL, 
Mary J., 
Mary J., 
Mary J., 
Mary J., 



1757 
1779 
1799 
1767 
1811 

1823 
1821 

1844 

1839 
1519 

1857 

1805 
1843 
1843 
1872 
1828 
1837 
1840 
1832 
1850 
J 852 
1853 
1859 
1840 

1811 
1823 
1848 
1859 
1858 
1843 
1829 
1823 







INDEX. 




S bo 


Number. 


Birth. 


Number. 


Birth. 


201. 


Mary M., 


1819 


2085. 


Maria B., 




1525. 


Mary M., 


1864 


2132. 


Maria L., 


1845 


2056. 


Mary M., 


1847 


232. 


Marion, 


1831 


1984. 


Mary 0., 


1844 


1856. 


Matthew, 


1811 


2022. 


Mary 0., 


1842 


1877. 


Maurice, 




711. 


Mary S., 


1812 


212. 


Miranda, 


1822 


2097. 


Mary S., 


1862 


2155. 


Miranda B., 


1847 


2117. 


Mary S., 




1977. 


Milton, 


1840 


1395. 


Mary W., 


1840 


2171. 


Milton, 


1869 


1456. 


Mary W., 




2220. 


Milton A., 


1861 


1091. 


Mary V.. 




1605. 


Molly, 


1755 


1086. 


(8) Mary V., 


1853 


1718. 


Molly, 


1764 


66. 


Martha, 


1721 


140. 


Morehouse, 




84. 


Martha, 


1740 


216. 


Morehouse, 


1815 


479. 


Martha, 


1773 


267. 


Morehouse, 




533. 


Martha, 




1367. 


Morgan G., 


1837 


864. 


Martha, 


1815 


395. 


Moses, 


1764 


1921. 


Martha, 




1584. 


Moses, 


1727 


887. 


Martha E., 


1827 


1652. 


Moses, 


1769 


772. 


Martha R., 


1848 


1662. 


Moses, 


1776 


1022. 


Martha W., 


1839 


1713. 


Moses, 


1802 


142. 


Medad, 




1759. 


Moses, 


1796 


187. 


Maria, 




1765. 


Moses, 




812. 


Maria, 




2153. 


Moses, 


1852 


1071. 


Maria, 


| 


2174. 


Moses, 


1866 


1841. 


Maria, 


1824 


2116. 


Moses A., 


1865 



N 



578. 


Nabby, 


1782 


221. 


Nathanael S., 


1828 


615. 


Nabby, 


1769 


490. 


Nancy, 


1777 


74. 


Nathan, 


1718 


506. 


Nancy, 


1781 


101. 


Nathan, 


1757 


584. 


Nancy, 




106. 


Nathan, 




809. 


Nancy, 


1818 


173. 


Nathan, 




1882. 


Nancy, 




1634. 


Nathan, 


1757 


710. 


Nancy II., 


1822 


1754. 


Nathan, 


1787 


867. 


Nancy R., 


1822 


1954. 


Nathan, 


1846 


67. 


Nehemiah, 


1724 


1959. 


Nathan, 


1822 


1712. 


Nehemiah, 


1791 


2140. 


Nathan A., 




1460^ 


Nellie, 




2154. 


Nathan T., 


1 852 


895. 


Noah E., 


1843 


1762. 


Nathan W., 


C 


1460. 
) 


Norman, 




57. 


Olive, 




983. 


Oliver, 


1802 


557. 


Olive, 


1794 


1817. 


Oliver K., 


1810 


330. 


Oliver, 


1717 


595. 


Orlando, 


1793 


367. 


Oliver, 


1744 


1932. 


Orrin, 


1821 


622. 


Oliver, 


1776 









:;i 



266 



INDEX 



Number. 


17. 


Peter, 


18. 


Peter, 


35. 


Peter, 


1-24. 


Peter, 


297. 


Peter, 


215. 


Peter, 


316. 


Peter, 


426. 


Peter, 


647. 


Peter, 


1565. 


Peter, 


1571. 


Peter, 


1578. 


Peter, 


1629. 


Peter, 


1683. 


Peter, 



Birth. 


Number. 


Birth 


1643 


1733£. 


Peter, 


1797 


1641 


1840. 


Peter, 


1821 




1980. 


Peter, 


1844 


1765 


1926. 


Peter B., 




1664 


1930. 


Peter G., 


1817 


1711 


1918. 


Peter M., 


1814 


1712 


1922. 


Peter W., 


1811 


1744 


138. 


Polly, 


1794 


1770 


1810. 


Polly, 


1792 


1683 


647. 


Prentice, 


1772 


1715 


352. 


Prescott, 


1749 


1715 


579. 


Prescott, 


1797 


1745 


1342. 


Prudence W., 


1854 


1774 









R 



58. 


Rachel, 


1706 


999. 


Richard, 


1824 


498. 


Rachel, 


1783 


506. 


Rodney, 


1784 


156!) .7 


Rachel, 


1706 


576. 


Rodney, 




1597. 


Rachel, 


1750 


1066. 


Robert, 




1890. 


Rachel, 


1805 - 


1363. 


Robert, 


1842 


516. 


Ralph, 


1783 


1404. 


Robert B., 


1838 


962. 


Ralph, 


1817 


1358. 


Robert J., 


1842 


1195. 


Ralph, 




1347. 


Robert R., 


1866 


41. 


Rebecca, 


1646 


1404. 


Robert W., 


1837 


82. 


Rebecca, 


1737 


420. 


Roger," 


1751 


83. 


Rebecca, 


1739 


641. 


Roger, 


1778 


2113. 


Rebecca, 


1865 


644. 


Roger, 


1786 


1861. 


Rebecca J., 


1831 


1024. 


Rosalia A., 


1848 


1090. 


Reginald W., 




1436. 


Rosalia A., 


1863 


496. 


Rhoda, 


1776 


1611. 


Ruhamah, 


1767 


515. 


Rhoda, 


1781 


94. 


Ruth, 


1773 


572. 


Rhoda, 


1788 


180. 


Ruth, 


1800 



131. 


Sally, 




104. 


Sarah, 


529. 


Sally, 




110. 


Sarah, 


548. 


Sally, 


1783 


119. 


Sarah, 


577. 


Sally, 


1787 


355. 


Sarah, 


997. 


Sally M., 


1815 


414. 


Sarah, 


1028. 


Sally P., 


1836 


443. 


Sarah, 


46. 


Sarah, 




616. 


Sarah, 


56. 


Sarah, 


11.94 


1576. 


Sarah, 


69. 


Sarah, 


1694 


1577. 


Sarah, 


77. 


Sarah, 


1729 


1615. 


Sarah, 



1768 
1749 
1773 

1735 
1745 
1779 
1712 
1713 
1742 



Number, 

1696. 

1701. 

1725. 

1746. 

1844. 

1893. 

196. 
2045. 

197. 
1129. 
1821. 

593. 
2160. 
2003. 
2055. 
1251. 
2096. 
2121. 
1953. 
2092. 

803. 
1361. 

535. 

682. 

986. 



Sarah, 
Sarah, 
Sarah, 
Sarah, 
Sarah, 
Sarah, 
Sarah, 
Sarah, 
Sarah A., 
Sarah A., 
Sarah A., 
Sarah C, 
Sarah C, 
Sarah E., 
Sarah E., 
Sarah G., 
Sarah G., 
Sarah J. , 
Sarah M., 
Sarah M., 
Sarah M., 
Sarah T., 
Sophia, 
Sophia, 
Sophia, 



INDEX. 




3irth. 


Number. 




987. 


Sophia A., 




940. 


Sophia M., 


1784 


33. 


Silence, 


1779 


1085. 


Smith, 


1830 


1853. 


Susan F., 


1810 


780. 


Susan M., 


1804 


1834. 


Susan S., 


1866 


1411. 


Susie, 


1812 


554. 


Sylvester, 


1853 


1651. 


Sturges, 


1823 


1886. 


Sturges, 


1784 


201. 


Styles, 


1858 


1773. 


Styles, 


1833 


134. 


Stephen, 




186. 


Stephen, 


1841 


477. 


Stephen, 


1859 


563. 


Stephen, 


1830 


566. 


Stephen, 


1842 


868. 


Stephen, 


1851 


1344. 


Stephen, 


1855 


1767. 


Stephen, 


1835 


210. 


Stephen E., 


1782 


269. 


Stephen It., 




1773. 


Styles, 



1808 



267 

Birth. 
1808 
1811 
1705 

1841 

1828 
1857 
1787 
1769 
1799 

1795 



1768 
1776 
1783 
1825 
1861 
1794 
1824 

1795 



1086. (1) Theodore M., 

4. Thomas, 

52. Thomas, 

127. Thomas, 

2027. Thomas, 

2036. Thomas A., 

1668. Timothy, 



1849 
1617 
1678 
1771 



1787 



1633. Turney, 

1962. Turney, 

1774. Tuzar, 

2017. Tuzar, 

1574. Talcott, 

1607. Talcott, 

1677. Talcott, 



1755 
1818 
1798 
1844 
1724 
1759 



157. Uriah, 



1782 



U 



1789. Virgil, 



V 



W 



813. Walter, 

891. Walter, 

1999. Walter, 

2021. Walter O., 

521. Walter W., 



1824 
1837 
1797 



1805. Wakeman B. 

2100. Wallace M., 

1618. Ward, 

1724. Ward, 

1889. Ward, 



1812 
1856 
1747 
1782 
1803 



268 



Number. 


1080. 


Watson, 


67 7£. 


Wealthy, 


12. 


William, 


205. 


William, 


271. 


William, 


376. 


William, 


460. 


William, 


494. 


William, 


550. 


William, 


602. 


William, 


655. 


William, 


665. 


William, 


818. 


William, 


825*. 


William, 


834. 


William, 


930. 


William, 


1379. 


William, 


1592. 


William, 


1673. 


William, 


1687. 


William, 


1697. 


William, 


1743. 


William, 


1766. 


William, 


1806. 


William, 


1807. 


William, 


1809. 


William, 


1820. 


William, 


1877. 


William, 


1895. 


William, 


1940. 


William, 



INDEX. 






Birth. 


Number. 


Birth- 




2010. 


William, 




1804 


2032. 


William, 


1861 




2062. 


William, 


1844 




2136. 


William, 


1868 




2146. 


William, 




1754 


1021. 


William A., 


1841 


1754 


1443. 


William A., 


1867 


1773 


1253. 


William B., 


1845 


1781 


2186. 


William B., 


1866 


1761 


2032. 


William C, 


1861 




2062. 


William C, 


1856 


1781 


981. 


William E., 


1798 




1526. 


William E., 


1868 




705. 


William F., 


1816 




1217. 


William F., 






1412. 


William F., 


1854 




2195. 


William H., 




1741 


189. 


William H., 


1796 


1768 


2124. 


William H., 


1 840 




227. 


William H., 


1819 




1368. 


William H., 


1840 


1787 


1907. 


William H., 






2089. 


William M., 


1858 


1815 


2210. 


William N., 




1816 


811. 


William R., 


1825 


1790 


158. 


William S., 


1786 


1821 


1794. 


William T., 


1817 


1802 


1947. 


William T., 


1833 


1814 


1413. 


Worthington, 




1838 









1669. Zalmon, 



1782 | 2023. Zalmon, 



1844 



INDEX. 



269 



PART II. 



DESCENDANTS HAVING OTHER NAMES THAN THAT OF BDLKELET. 

[The figures in the left-hand column contain the number of each individual, 
and those in the right-hand column the respective date of birth.] 



A 



Number. 

1357. 

1158. 

1159^ 

1160. 

1159. 

1482. 

1481. 

2048. 

2050. 

2046. 



Abby, Ruth, 
Alderman, Austin, 
Alderman, Denice, 
Alderman, Homer M., 
Alderman, Julia C, 
Alger, John P., 
Alger, Lucy E., 
Alvord, Amelia, 
Alvord, Banks C, 
Alvord, Caroline G., 



Birth. 


Number 


1867 


2052. 


1829 


1825. 




2191. 


1843 


2050. 


1831 


1824. 


1872 


2223. 


1871 


2047. 


1836 


2049. 


1842 


2224. 


1832 


2107. 



Alvord, Charles T., 
Alvord, C. T., 
Alvord, Edward, 
Alvord, Edwin P., 
Alvord, Eliza, 
Alvord, George A., 
Alvord, George B., 
Alvord, James O., 
Alvord, John H., 
Andrews, Mary E., 



Birth. 
1850 



1846 

1858 
1834 
1839 
1863 



1782. 


Bangs, Eliza, 




1279 


1781. 


Bangs, Jonathan, 




841 


1484. 


Barnes, Catharine M., 


1868 


1268 


1485. 


Barnes, Joseph B., 


1869 


839 


1486. 


Barnes, Theodore M., 


1874 


1272 


755. 


Bass, Charles N., 


1816 


1286 


754. 


Bass, Louisa B., 


1812 


1280 


1276. 


Beaumont, Alfred, 


1852 


842 


1274. 


Beaumont, Charles, 


1848 


1264 


1277. 


Beaumont, Charles, 


1856 


1285 


1840. 


Beaumont, Charles G., 


1818 


1270 


1288. 


Beaumont, Catharine, 




1513 


837. 


Beaumont, Edmund, 


1812 




1264. 


Beaumont, Edmund C , 




843 


844. 


Beaumont, Emeline, 




1287 


1266. 


Beaumont, Eumona, 




1871 


1265. 


Beaumont, Frank, 




1869 


1273. 


Beaumont, George E., 


1845 


1512 


1314. 


Beaumont, George E., 


1872 


1496 


845. 


Beaumont, Harriet L., 




1906. 


1278. 


Beaumont, Ira, 


1858 


1907. 


838. 


Beaumont, Ira O., 


1814 


1528. 



Beaumont, John L., 
Beaumont, Laura, 
Beaumont, Laura M., 
Beaumont, Lucius M., 
Beaumont, Lucius L., 
Beaumont, Mary, 
Beaumont, Mary E., 
Beaumont, Olive, 
Beaumont, Olive, 
Beaumont, Olive, 
Beaumont, Paul, 
Beaumont, Schuyler 

Colfax, 
Beaumont, Thomas, 
Beaumont, Thomas, 
Beaumont, Virginie, 
Reaumont, William L., 
Beaumont, William W., 
Belden, Frank, 
Bradley, David, 
Bradley, Wm. H., 
Brainard, Charles E., 



1861 
1820 
1846 
1816 
1843 

1863 
1822 



1857 



1870 



1863 
1851 
1868 
1868 



270 




INDEX. 


Number. 


Birth. 


Number 


1529. 


Brainard, Lucy M., 




758. 


1527. 


Brainard, Mary L., 




405. 


1530. 


Brainerd, Robert L., 




920. 


1262. 


Brandagee, Mary, 




923. 


1263. 


Brandagee, William L., 




759. 


1010. 


Breed, John, 




921. 


1011. 


Breed, Lucy, 




919. 


659. 


Brown, xVustin, 




922. 


45. 


Brown, Daniel, 


1663 


1259. 


43. 


Brown, Eleazer, 




1158. 


1132. 


Brown, Eugene A., 


1870 


404. 


661. 


Brown, George W., 




760. 


44. 


Brown, Gershom, 


1665 


757. 


660. 


Brown, John, 




756. 


1130. 


Brown, Martha E., 


1867 


764. 


658. 


Brown, William, 




1256. 


2131. 


Brown, William, 




403. 


1131. 


Brown, Willie W., 


1869 


1257. 


1372. 


Brundage, Elizabeth M. 


1854 


1249. 


1373. 


Brundage, Mary G., 




1246. 


1371. 


Brundage, Richard B., 




795. 


1169. 


Burlingham, Amos C., 


1855 


789. 


1166. 


Burlingham, Charles H. 


,1842 


794. 


1168. 


Burlingham, Franklin, 


1847 


792. 


1165. 


Burlingham, John E., 


1840 


791. 


1164. 


Burlingham, Marion, 


1837 


1247. 


1167. 


Burlingham, William, 


1844 


1248. 


1510. 


Butler, Barnard, 


1870 


793. 


1260. 


Butler, Carrie A., 


1852 


790. 



Butler, Cornelia, 
Butler, Dorathy, 
Butler, Edward, 
Butler, Ellen, 
Butler, Eunice R., 
Butler, Frances, 
Butler, George, 
Butler, Gertrude, 
Butler, Henry R., 
Butler, Horace R., 
Butler, John, 
Butler, Joseph H. B., 
Butler, Juliana, 
Butler, Mary W., 
Butler, Nancy, 
Butler, Richard -V., 
Butler, Stephen, 
Butler, Susie L., 
Button, Abigail, 
Button, Catharine, 
Button, Elijah, 
Button, Emery, 
Button, Emy, 
Button, Fanny, 
Button, George, 
Button, Horace B., 
Button, John, 
Button, Nancy, 
Button, Thankful, 



Birth 
1812 

1768 



1814 



1845 
1845 
1766 
1818 
1809 
1806 
1820 
1838 
1764 
1842 



1032. 


Chapin, Ann W., 




2232. 


1033. 


Chapin, Eliza, 




2030. 


1034. 


Chapin, Elisabeth S., 




2229. 


1031. 


Chapin, Francis L., 




1453. 


847. 


Chapman, Amelia M., 


1827 


1454. 


846. 


Chapman, Henry B., 


1825 


2200. 


848. 


Chapman, Sarah J., 


1829 


2199. 


1517. 


Claghorn, Mabel, 




2198. 


1041. 


Clark, Henry W., 


1807 


2197. 


1043. 


Clark, Mervin, 


1812 


381. 


1042. 


Clark, Sarah, 


1809 


379. 


2225. 


Cornwell, Amelia, 


1856 


384. 


2226|. 


Cornwell, Anne J., 


1860 


380. 


2228. 


Cornwell, Carrie G., 


1861 


385. 


2231. 


Cornwell, Edith, 


1872 


382. 


2227. 


Cornwell, Jennie K., 


1863 


383. 


2226. 


Cornwell, Mary H., 


1858 





Cornwell, Solita, 1874 

Cornwell, Susan D., 1870 

Cornwell, Willie R., 1868 

Converse, Georgianna, 1850 

Converse, Helen, 1856 
Currant, Alice B., 
Currant, Charlotte F., 
Currant, Sarah M., 
Currant, William B., 

Curtis, Charles, 1746 

Curtis, Dorothy, 1741 

Curtis, Eleazer, 1753 

Curtis, Josiah, 1744 

Curtis, Mary, 1755 

Curtis, Rachel, 1748 

Curtis, Wait, 1757 



INDEX. 



271 



Number. 

1324. Davenport, Frank B., 

340. Deming, Deliverance, 

336. Deming, Katharine, 
339. Deming, Mabel, 
338. Deming, Rebecca, 

341. Deming, Richard, 

337. Deming, Samuel, 
335. Deming, Sarah, 
334. Deming, Treat, 

1532. Dinsmore, Edward A. 

1533. Dinsmore, Grace C, 
1531. Dinsmore, Jennie E., 



Birth. 


Number 


1871 


1548. 


1746 


247. 


1753 


250. 


1743 


249. 


1738 


248. 


1755 


243. 


1755 


245. 


1730 


241. 


1727 


240. 


1856 


242. 


1861 


243. 


1854 


1498. 



Doolittle, Millie F., 
Donelson, Anne, 
Donelson, Catherine, 
Donelson, Frederick, 
Donelson, Harry, 
Donelson, Jeanett, 
Donelson, William, 
Downer, George, 
Downer, Henry, 
Downer, John M., 
Downer, Martha, 
Dunham, May, 



Birth. 
1872 



E 



Edwards, Elisabeth, 
Edwards, Fanny M., 
Edwards, Frank D., 
Edwards, Frederick B. 
Edwards, Henry, 
Eells, Calvin W., 



1316. 
1317. 
1319. 
1318. 
1097. 
1040. 
1111. Ely, Nathan M., 



1844 


27. 


Emerson, Edward, 




1846 


28. 


Emerson, Joseph, 




1 853 


26. 


Emerson, Peter, 




1850 


1487. 


Entz, Justus B., 


1867 




1488. 


Entz, Marian W., 


1869 




1490. 


Entz, Marguerite B., 


1873 


1S44 


1489. 


E ntz, Theodore B., 


1871 



263. 


Fairchild, Mary E., 


1856 


933. 


264. 


Fairchild, Sarah J., 


1858 


979. 


289. 


Fishback, Ella M., 


1869 


978. 


290. 


Fishback, William B., 


1871 


1419. 


1477. 


Fitch, Ellen P., 


1864 


1425. 


1479. 


Fitch, Frederick K., 


1871 


1427. 


1476. 


Fitch, John G., 


1863 


1422. 


1478. 


Fitch, Julia, 


1866 


1424. 


1480. 


Fitch, Maurice, 


1873 


700. 


974. 


Foote, Amelia, 


1801 


1522. 


976. 


Foote, Caroline, 


1806 


694. 


1421. 


Foote, Caroline A., 


1823 


1502. 


975. 


Foote, Carter, 


1804 


695. 


980. 


Foote, Charles, 


1817 


697. 


1420. 


Foote, Charles B., 


1821 


696. 


977. 


Foote, David, 


1809 


732. 


972. 


Foote, Dolly O., 


1797 


731. 


1426. 


Foote, Edward, 


1834 


699. 


1423. 


Foote, Edward A., 


1827 


698. 


969. 


Foote, Eunice, 


1791 


734. 


970. 


Foote, Ezra, 


1792 


738. 


971. 


Foote, Ezra, 


1795 





Foote, Horace, 
Foote, Linus, 
Foote, Marie, 
Fiteh, Mary A., 
Fitch, Robert B., 
Fitch, Sarah E., 
Fitch, Sarah L., 
Fitch, Sarah L., 
Francis, Albert, 
Francis, Bernice E., 
Francis, Caroline, 
Francis, Everett M., 
Francis, Huldah, 
Francis, James B., 
Francis, John, 
Francis, Roxa, 
Francis, Selah, 
Francis, Stephen, 
Francis, William, 
Frisbie, Elihu, 
Frisbie, Fanny, 



1797 
1813 
1812 
1819 
1852 
1838 
1826 
1830 
1808 
1874 
1794 
1872 
1796 
1799 
1797 



18<>2 
1801 



272 



INDEX. 



G 



Number. 


Birth. 


Number. 




Birth. 


2177. 


Gilruan, Benjamin I., 


1871 


345. 


Goodrich, 


Gershom, 


1717 


1179. 


G ri.s wold, Augustus, 




880. 


Goodrich, 


Henry B., 


1824 


1188. 


Griswold, Eliza, 




730. 


Goodrich 


Jerusha, 


1815 


1184. 


Griswold, Emma J., 




728. 


Goodrich, 


Martha E., 


1809 


1186. 


Griswold, George, 




1178. 


Goodrich, 


Martha J., 


1843 


1181. 


Griswold, Harriet, 




879. 


Goodrich 


Mary E., 


1822 


1183. 


Griswold, Laura, 




726. 


Goodrich, 


Oliver B., 


1834 


1182. 


Griswold, Mary, 




343. 


Goodrich, 


Richard, 


1712 


1189. 


Griswold, Nancy, 




346. 


Goodrich, 


Richard, 


1719 


1187. 


Griswold, Rudolphus, 




344. 


Goodrich 


Sarah, 


1715 


1190. 


Griswold, Sarah M., 




1176. 


Goodrich 


Sarah, 


1838 


1185. 


Griswold, Smith, 




1375. 


Goodwin, 


Frederick, 


1812 


1180. 


Griswold, Watson, 




1377. 


Goodwin, 


Henry W., 


1823 


342. 


Goodrich, Ann, 


1710 


1374. 


Goodwin, 


James M.. 


1810 


1177. 


Goodrich, Charles A., 


1839 


1376. 


Goodwin, 


Mary, 


1818 


729. 


Goodrich, Eli, 


1811 


1378. 


Goodwin, 


William A., 


1831 


727. 


Goodrich, George W., 


1806 











2218. Hyatt, Caroline A., 

2219. Hyatt, Charles C, 
2222. Hyatt, Irene M., 



H 



1856 


2220. 


Hyatt, Milton A., 


1861 


1858 


2221. 


Hyatt, William C, 


1863 


1866 


2182. 


Hyde, Frederick B., 


1873 



597. Isham, Alfred, 
599. Isham, Alfred, 

598. Isham, David, 



1766 
1769 
1767 



600. Isham, Sarah, 1771 

755. Irwin, Cornelius B., 1811 



2181. Jennings, Charles, 



1865 | 2180. Jennings, Mary E., 1859 



K 



1534. 


Kellog, Charles E., 


1852 


1538. 


1535. 


Kellog, Edward B., 


1856 


1154. 


1536. 


Kellog, Samuel H., 


1861 


1153. 


1353. 


Killum, Arthur, 


1873 


1155. 


1352. 


Killum, Walter B., 


1869 


1157. 


1537. 


Kneeland, Adele, 


1856 


1156. 



Kneeland, Alice F., 1860 

Knapp, AnnaB., 1825 

Knapp, Edward M., 1821 

Knapp, Francis A., 1827 

Knapp, George R, 1831 

Knapp, Thankful, 1 830 



781. Lamb, Abigail, 

782. Lamb, Bushrod, 

783. Lamb, Melinda, 
288. Laribee, John A. S. 



1216. Latham, Charles B., 1859 

1814. Latham, James A., 1849 

1215. Latham, Joseph A., 1850 

2167. Leonard, Lewis H., 1850 







INDEX. 




213 


Number. 


Birth. 


Number. 


Birth. 


2169. 


Leonard, Louise, 


1 853 


444. 


Lord, Epaphras, 


1743 


2166. 


Leonard, William A., 


1848 


453. 


Lord, Eunice, 


1756 


1295. 


Lockwood, Anna M., 


1851 


627. 


Lord, Eunice, 


17 73 


1297. 


Lockwood, Harriet B., 


1855 


1438. 


Lord, George W., 




1294. 


Lockwood, John G., 


1849 


629. 


Lord, Gersbom, 


1777 


1296. 


Lockwood, Josephine H 


, 1853 


457. 


Lord, Ichahod, 


1762 


1299. 


Lockwood, Sarah S., 


1860 


438. 


Lord, Jerusha, 


1755 


1298. 


Lockwood, Seth R., 


1858 


449. 


Lord, Jerusha, 


1749 


14944 


Loonier, Hattie, 


1865 


635. 


Lord, Jen-is, 


1794 


433. 


Lord, Abigail, 


1744 


452. 


Lord, John, 


1754 


456. 


Lord, Abigail, 


1761 


1432. 


Lord, Josephine C., 


1835 


625. 


Lord, Abigail R., 


1770 


448. 


Lord, Luce, 


1748 


632. 


Lord, Alfred, 


1785 


628. 


Lord, Lucy, 


1775 


437. 


Lord, Anna, 


1753 


439. 


Lord, Lydia, 


1756 


U29. 


Lord, Ann E., 




455. 


Lord, Lydia, 


1759 


631. 


Lord, Amasa, 


1783 


4341 


Lord, Mary, 


1748 


1431. 


Lord, Amelia B., 




636. 


Lord. Ogden, 


1794 


450. 


Lord, Bulkeley, 


1751 


634. 


Lord, Oliver, 


1792 


454. 


Lord, Caroline, 


1758 


439. 


Lord, Patience, 


1746 


446. 


Lord, Dorothy, 


1746 


633. 


Lord, Ralph, 


1790 


451. 


Lord, Dorothy, 


1752 


143. 


Lord, Robert A., 




445. 


Lord, Elisha, 


1745 


435 


Lord, Sarah, 


1749 


626. 


Lord, Elisha, 


1773 


447. 


Lord, Theodoret, 


1747 


436. 


Lord, Elisabeth, 


1757 


1428. 


Lord, William L., 





M 



583. Marsh, Abigail, 

581. Marsh, Ann, 
580. Marsh, Ebenezer. 
585. Marsh, John, 

401. Marsh, John, 

584. Marsh, Lydia, 

582. Marsh, Mary, 

399. Marsh, Mary, 

400. Marsh, Martha, 

402. Marsh, Rebecca, 

1238. Maynard, Amelia C., 

1239. Maynard, Frances A., 

1240. Maynard, Joshua B., 

1241. Maynard, Robert S , 

1292. McFarland, Emeline, 

1289. McFarland, Ira B., 
1291. McFarland, Josephine, 

1293. McFarland, Mabel, 

1290. McFarland, Sarah, 
1439. Mclntyre, Alexander R., 
1441. Mclntyre, Clarissa S., 
1438. Mclntyre, Edward H., 

35 



1784 


1440. 


Mclntyre, Henry B., 


1872 


1778 


2155. 


Merwin, Miranda B., 


1847 


1777 


1448. 


Mickle, John, 




1788 


1447. 


Mickle, Sarah P , 




1753 


523. 


Miller, Abigail, 




1786 


1135. 


Miller, Abigail D., 


1830 


1782 


798. 


Miller, Adaline C, 


1814 


1749 


785. 


Miller, Amanda, 


1798 


1751 


796. 


Miller, Amanda, 


1809 


1755 


1134. 


Miller, Amanda M., 


1821 


1842 


525. 


Miller, Amos, 


1769 


1843 


1144. 


Miller, Amos E., 


1843 




1150. 


Miller, Amos B., 


1840 




1144. 


Miller, Anna E., 


1843 


1860 


524. 


Miller, Caleb, 


1767 


1 S52 


1149. 


Miller, Caleb E., 


1838 


1858 


801. 


Miller, Charles V., 


1825 


1867 


1138. 


Miller, Claudias C, 


1832 


1855 


1492. 


Miller, Cora, 


1862 


1869 


1148. 


Miller, Dorothy E., 


1836 


1872 


528. 


Miller, Elijah B., 


1783 


1856 


1173. 


Miller, Elijah B., 


1850 



274 




INDEX. 


Number. 


Birth. 


Number 


1491. 


Miller, Fa}', 


1858 


1141. 


799. 


Miller, Hannah H., 


1819 


526. 


797. 


Miller, Harriet, 


1812 


1137. 


1174. 


Miller, Henry E., 


1855 


800. 


802. 


Miller, Hiram C, 


1834 


1145. 


1842. 


Miller, Jacob R., 


1841 


527. 


1147. 


Miller, Jane R., 


1834 


1494. 


1146. 


Miller, Josephine L., 


1832 


787. 


1136. 


Miller, Kendrick B., 


1825 


1151. 


1152. 


Miller, Lyman, 


1844 


788. 


1139. 


Miller, Martha, 


1834 


1143. 


1175. 


Miller, Mary A., 


1856 


876. 


1140. 


Miller, Mary J., 


1836 


1493. 


522. 


Miller, Mercy, 




1518. 


784. 


Miller, Mercy, 


1796 

I 


664. 
4 


1919. 


Nash, Dennis W., 


1818 


740. 


1914. 


Nash, Elisabeth L., 


1805 


1474. 


1913. 


Nash, Freelove, 


1804 


741. 


1912. 


Nash, John, 


1803 


1102. 


1917. 


Nash, Julia R., 


1812 


1475. 


1915. 


Nash, Mary P., 


1807 


1109. 


1918. 


Nash, Peter M., 


1814 


739. 


1916. 


Nash, Sarah T., 


1810 


1108. 


736. 


North, Alfred, 


1807 


1110. 


1746. 


North, Alfred M., 


1872 


2187. 


1107. 


North, Anna C, 


1840 


2185. 


742. 


North, Anna L., 


1823 


2184. 


738. 


North, Charles, 


1813 


2183. 


1105. 


North, Edwin B., 


1837 


2186. 


737. 


North, Henry, 


1811 





Birth. 

Miller, Mercy A., 1838 

Miller, Nathanael, 1771 

Miller, Nathanael C, 1829 

Miller, Nathanael W., 1820 

Miller, Oscar F., 1831 

Miller, Rebeccah, 1776 

Miller, Robert, 1873 

Miller, Solomon B., 1813 

Miller, Solomon B., 1842 

Miller, Sylvester, 1806 

Miller, Ulrick U., 1846 

Miller, Urben B., 1800 

Miller, Willie, 1870 

Mills, Lockwood, 1875 
Mygatt, Thomas, 



North, Laura B., 1818 

North, Laura M., 1869 

North, Lydia, 1820 

North, Martha B., 1837 

North, Martha C, 1871 

North, Orlando B., 1852 

North, Theresa 0. B., 1823 

North, Thomas H., 1843 

North, William W., 1857 

Nichols, Albert, 1873 

Nichols, Annie M., 1864 

Nichols, Elisabeth B., 1860 

Nichols, George B., 1859 

Nichols, William B., 1866 



1435. 


Ogden, Francis, 


1860 


1647. 


1437. 


Ogden, Helen A., 


1866 


1643. 


1434. 


Ogden, Henry A., 


1856 


1645. 


1436. 


Ogden, Rosalie A., 


1863 


1644. 


1642. 


Osborne, David, 


1743 


1664. 


1647. 


Osborne, Ebenezer, 




89. 


90. 


Osborne, Ebenezer, 


1747 


1641. 


1646. 


Osborne, Ellen, 


1744 





Osborne, Ebenezer, 1759 

Osborne, Gershom, 1746 

Osborne, Grizzel, 1751 

Osborne, Hannah, 1745 

Osborne, John, 1779 

Osborne, Mary, 1 742 

Osborne, Sarah, 1741 



239. Parish, Carrie, 
735. Parker, Ebenezer, 
94. Peabody, William II., 



170. Peabody, Augustus, 1814 

160. Peabody, Catharine M., 1796 
168. Peabody, Charles A., 1810 







INDEX. 




21b 


Number. 


Birth. 


Numbe 


L\ 


Birth. 


162. 


Peabody, Charlotte, 


1799 


1115i. 


Post, Adrian P., 


1856 


171. 


Peabody, Frederick G., 


1818 


1115. 


Post, Bertha L., 


1846 


167. 


Peabody, George, 


1807 


1116. 


Post, Caroline E., 


1854 


161. 


Peabody, Henry B., 


1797 


11 18. 


Post, George C, 


1860 


169. 


Peabody, John B., 


1812 


750. 


Post, George R., 


1824 


164. 


Peabody, Lucy, 


1803 


11-20. 


Post, Gerritt B , 


1>67 


163. 


Peabody, Mary, 


1801 


7.6. 


Post, Gerritt P., 


1812 


2043. 


Perry, Emily, 




1117. 


Post, John G., 


1860 


2044. 


Perry, Henrietta, 




749. 


Post, John W , 


1841 


1624. 


Perry, Joseph, 


1741 


1112. 


Post, Julia W., 


1836 


1626. 


Perry, Joseph, 


1748 


745. 


Post, Louisa B., 


1811 


1623. 


Perry, Peter, 


1738 


1114. 


Post, Margaret L., 


1846 


1625. 


Perry, Sarah, 


1744 


744 


Post, Mary A., 


1809 


2044. 


Perry, Sarah, 




1119. 


Post, Mary L., 


1865 


2169. 


Pomeroy, Benjamin, 


1852 


747. 


Post, Peter B., 


1817 


2170. 


Pomeroy, Josephine B., 


1855 


748. 


Post, Sophia, 


1820 


2171. 


Pomeroy, Mary F., 


1859 









R 



1509. 


Ramsey, Charles, 


1867 


1226. 


Robbins, 


Caroline A., 


1833 


1508. 


Ramsey, Gaston, 


1865 


1503. 


Robbins, 


Caroline, 




2215. 


Redfield, Amietta, 




1227. 


Robbins, 


Chloe M., 


1835 


2216. 


Redfield, George P., 




821. 


Robbins, 


Chloe W., 


1808 


2217. 


Redfield, Walter M., 




1501. 


Robbins, 


Eliza M., 




1211. 


Risley, Alice J., 


1855 


1231. 


Robbins, 


Emeline E., 


1848 


1210 


Risle^y, Almira J., 


1853 


825. 


Robbins, 


Emily W., 


1823 


1208. 


Risley, Edwin J., 


1849 


1501-J 


Robbins, 


Fannie L., 




1209. 


Risley, Edwin J., 


1850 


1504. 


Robbins, 


Franklin, 




1213. 


Risley, Emma J. , 


1859 


1499. 


Robbins, 


Frederick S., 




1212. 


Risley, George B., 


1858 


1504. 


Robbins, 


Julia A., 


1872 


1205. 


Risley, Jane E., 


1859 


1134. 


Robbins, 


Marabah M., 


1854 


1209. 


Risley, Martha W., 


1848 


1233. 


Robbins, 


Martha A , 


1846 


1206. 


Risley, Sarah M., 


1847 


1228. 


Robbins, 


Martini U. B. 


1838 


*24. 


Robbins, Abigail U. B. 


1819 


822. 


Robbins, 


Mary A., 


1810 


823. 


Bobbins, Allen A., 


1816 


1230. 


Robbins, 


Mary L. . 


1841 


1239. 


Robbins, Allen A., 


1839 


820. 


Robbins, 


Thomas S., 


1805 


1505. 


Robbins, Allen W., 


1874 


1237. 


Robbins, 


Thomas II., 


1841 


1237. 


Robbins, Annie A., 


1845 











1516. Scranton, Anna L., 

1515. Scranton, Laura, 

1192. Small, Eliza J., 
1191 Small, Francis H., 
1194. Small, Hattie M., 

1193. Small, James B , 
1334. Smith, Agnace, 
1309. Smith, Arthur D., 



1874 


849. 


1872 


850. 


1840 


1335. 


1838 


1559. 


1850 


858. 


1845 


1281. 




1555. 


1855 


1833. 



Smith, Abigail G., 1819 

Smith, Abigail R., 1821 
Smith, Carlos, 

Smith, Caroline B., 1867 

Smith, Caroline E., 1838 

Smith, Catharine, 1848 

Smith, Charles W., 1860 
Smith, Earl, 



276 




INDEX. 


Number. 


Birth. 


Number 


364. 


.Smith, Edward, 




362. 


1284. 


Smith, Edward, 


1857 


1310. 


359. 


Smith, Elisabeth, 


1733 


853. 


1332. 


Smith, Eliza J., 




251. 


1557. 


Smith, Frank L., 


1864 


1204. 


1311. 


Smith, Georgianna, 


1861 


1784. 


1331. 


Smith, George M., 




1790. 


854. 


Smith, Henry D., 


1827 


1786. 


855. 


Smith, Henry H, 


1829 


1788. 


1333. 


Smith, Henry 11., 


1871 


1785. 


1282. 


Smith, Henry L., 


1852 


1783. 


1858. 


Smith, Henry W., 


1865 


1787. 


358. 


Smith, James, 


1730 


1789. 


1312. 


Smith, Jerome C, 


1869 


1046. 


361. 


Smith, John, 


1738 


1047. 


1554. 


Smith, John L., 


1857 


1048. 


360. 


Smith, Joseph, 


1736 


2074. 


363. 


Smith, Joseph, 




1071. 


1560. 


Smith, Josephine, 


1871 


2072. 


1283. 


Smith, Mabel, 


1854 


2072. 


857. 


Smith, Margaret N., 




2073. 


357. 


Smith, Martha, 


1728 


2069. 


856. 


Smith, Martha A., 




1736. 


851. 


Smith, Martha G., 






552. 


Smith, Mary Q., 


1 


r 


1394. 


Taintor, Alice, 


1835 


301. 


1418. 


Taintor, Alice, 




307. 


951. 


Taintor, Bulkeley, 




303. 


941. 


Taintor, Clarissa, 


1790 


1870. 


952. 


Taintor, Henry G., 




1871. 


942. 


Taintor, John A., 


1800 


1873. 


1393. 


Taintor, Louise, 




1878. 


1506. 


Thompson, Helen, 


1871 


1876. 


1507. 


Thompson, Susie May, 


1873 


1872. 


1172. 


Todd, Charles II.. 


1855 


1875. 


1171. 


Todd, George, 


1854 


■ 1874. 


1170. 


Todd, Ruth M., 


1846 


1877. 


302. 


Treat, Charles, 


1796 


1339. 


305. 


Treat, Dorotheus, 


1704 


1337. 


306. 


Treat, Dorothy, 


1704 


1388. 


304. 


Treat, Isaac, 


1701 


1336. 


308. 


Treat, Mary, 


1710 





w 



1348. Warner, Kittie, 1873 

897. Watrous, David E., 1792 

899. Watrous, Frederick A., 1795 



901. 
902. 

903. 



Smith, Nathaniel, 
Smith, Sarah C, 
Smith, Sarah J., 
Smith, Stanley, 
Sperry, Ellen E., 
Squire, Adeline, 
Squire, Charles, 
Squire, George, 
Squire, Mary, 
Squire, Monson, 
Squire, Ruth, 
'Squire, Virgil, 
Squire, William, 
Stanley, Almira, 
Stanley, Margaret, 
Stanley, Oliver C, 
Starkweather, A. L., 
Starkweather, Henry R 
Starkweather, James A, 
Starkweather, Mary E. 
Starkweather, Oliver H 
Starkweather, L. Ann, 
Starkweather, Wm. B., 
Stevens, Frederick N., 



Treat, Richard, 
Treat, Sarah , 
Treat, Thomas, 
Turney, Andrew, 
Turney, Ellen, 
Turney, Esther, 
Turney, Eunice, 
Turney, Hannah, 
Turney, Levi, 
Turney, Mary, 
Turney, Samuel, 
Turney, William, 
Tyler, Byron B , 
Tyler, John L., 
Tyler, Rosa I. G., 
Tyler, William P., 



Watrous, John C, 
Watrous, John C, 
Watrous, Mary J., 



Birth. 
174 1 
1859 



1842 



1818 

1820 

1823 

1862 

, 1853 

, 1856 

, 1850 

, 1859 

1848 

1846 

1824 



1694 
1707 
1699 
1786 
1789 
1793 
1805 
1799 
1791 
1797 
1 795 
1802 
1866 
1855 
1 857 



1800 
1S01 
1 803 



Number. 

900 Watrous, Nancy B., 

904. Watrous, Nathaniel H. 

044. vVay, Ella, 

:>12. Webb, Abigail, 

51.3. Webb, Martha, 

511. Welib, William, 

11-22+. (I) Welles, Edmund B. 

1122*. (2) Welles, Elisabeth M 

1122*. (3) Welles, George A., 

1 122*. (4) Welles, Mary L., 

723. Wetherell, Harriet. 

724. Wetherell, Polly, 

1539. Wheeler, Abbie, 

1543. Wheeler, Alvan G., 

1398. Wheeler, Benjamin, 

1544. Wheeler, Bessie, 

1546. Wheeler, Carrie, 

1540. Wheeler, Charles E., 
1542. Wheeler, Edith, 

1400. Wheeler, Edward, 

1399. Wheeler, Fanny A., 
1397. Wheeler, GurdenB., 
1402. Wheeler, Hattie, 

1545. Wheeler, Hattie, 

1764. Wheeler, Honkin, 

1541. Wheeler, Katie, 

1765. Wheeler, Moses, 

1762. Wheeler, Nathan, 

1401. Wheeler, Samuel K., 

1547. Wheeler, Samuel P., 

1763. Wheeler, Sanford, 

1766. Wheeler, William, 
62. Whelpley, Joseph, 
61. Whelpley, Rebeccah, 
60. Whelpley, Sarah, 

687. White, Abigail, 
1053. White, Abbey, 

688. White, Bulkeley, 

689. White, Bulkeley, 

1049. White, Edward B.. 
692. White, Eliza, 

1052. White, Emily, 

1050. White, Harriet M., 
686. White, Henry, 
685. White, Huldah, 



INDEX. 


Birth. 


Nuuilx 


1 797 


1051. 


, 1808 


690. 




684. 


1766 


693 


1769 


1054. 


1765 


683. 


, 1863 


690. 


.,1867 


1S22. 


1865 


1823. 


1861 


1314. 


1787 


1060. 


1789 


1057. 


1868 


1059. 


1861 


1315. 


1831 


1055. 


1871 


1056. 


1873 


1061. 


1862 


1058. 


1865 


1472. 


1835 


1473. 


1833 


1301. 


1829 


1100. 


1845 


1103. 


1872 


1302. 




1099. 


1864 


1101. 




731. 




762. 


1S39 


1300. 


1874 


734. 




765. 




733. 




764. 




1102. 




732. 


1789 


766. 




735. 


1791 


764. 


1793 


1098. 


1815 


1042. 


1798 


2041. 




907. 


1818 


906. 


1788 


908. 


1786 


905. 



•J77 

Birth. 
White, Jane A., 1822 

White, Joseph, 1 794 

White, Lucy, 1784 

White, Mary, 1800 

White, Sarah E., 1829 

White, Susan, 1783 

White, Thomas B., 1797 
Whitney, Betsey, 
Whitney, Peter, 

Wilcox, Alfred D., 1859 

Wilcox, Edward L., 1829 

Wilcox, George C, 1818 

Wilcox, Henry W., 1S26 

Wilcox, Henry W., 1868 

Wilcox, Julia A., 1814 

Wilcox, Lucy B., 1816 

Wilcox, Samuel, 1832 

Wilcox, Susan E., 1823 

Wilder, Edwin, 1871 

Wilder, Frank, 1873 

Williams, Catherine L., 1847 
Williams, Diana H., 
Williams, Elisabeth P., 

Williams, Ella F., 1853 
Williams, Emeline C, 
Williams, George C, 

Williams, George L., 1801 

Williams, George L., 1801 

Williams, Henry C, 1844 

Williams, Lorenzo L , 1 808 

Williams, Lorenzo L., 1808 

Williams, Mary B., 1805 

Williams, Mary B., 1S05 
Williams, Mary B., 

Williams, Ralph H., 1803 

Williams, Ralph H., 1 803 

Williams, Ralph W., 1811 

Williams, Ralph W. , 1 81 1 
Williams, Rhoda B. 
Wood, David N., 
Wood, William A., 

Worthington, Eliphalet, 1797 

Worthington, Joseph, 1795 

Worthington, Maria, 1800 

Worthington, Nancy, 1 792 



129. Zeller, Mary, 



INDEX 



(II PERSONS CONNECTED WITH THE FAMILY BY MARRIAGE. 



N'umbe 


Date of Marriage 


Number 


892. 


Ahby, Samuel, 


1 866 


2041. 


714. 


Adams, Grace J., 




1682. 


768. 


Adams, Mary K., 


1851 


2038. 


1115. 


Alger, Charles A., 


1870 


793. 


972. 


Alexander, Adaline, 




1609. 


1094. 


Allen, Hugh, 


1859 


1760 


1. 


Allen, Jane, 




1867. 


1252. 


Allen, William H., 


1864 


2068. 


2046. 


Alvord, Caroline G., 




817. 


2003. 


AlvcTrd, Edward, 




766. 


2051. 


Alvord, Edwin P., 




328. 


1816. 


Alvord, George B., 







Date of Marriage. 
Alvord, George B., 
Alvord, John, 
Alvord, Urania S., 
Alderman, Ariel T., 
Alderman, Gad, 
Andrews, Elisabeth, 
Andrews, James, 
Andrews, Wm. T., 
Arnold, Charles, 
Arnold, Sarah, 
Avery, Lucy, 



1797 
1850 



1840 

1873 

1836 
1742 



645. 


Babcock, Sally, 


1809 


1472. 


237. 


Bacon, Brennan P., 




1275. 


1449. 


Bailey, James, 


1809 


843. 


1793. 


Baker, Mary, 


1 855 


419. 


659. 


Bangs, Richard, 


1793 


419. 


1568. 


Banks, Sarah, 


1 736 


208. 


123. 


Barnes, Ruth, 




. 180. 


1125. 


Barnes, Theodore M., 


I8i.7 


85. 


1754. 


Barnum, Phebe, 




1762. 


610. 


Barstow, Orra, 




40. 


1814. 


Bartlett, Dolly, 




1724. 


53. 


Bartram, Harriet, 




1212. 


755. 


Bass, Charles, 


1841 


1575. 


510. 


Bass, Samuel, 


1841 


1209. 


2056. 


Bassett, Albert G., 


1867 


1862. 


1697. 


Bartlett, Miss, 




1207. 


839. 


Beaumont, Charles G., 


1862 


«34. 


844. 


Beaumont, Emeline, 




317. 


1273. 


Beaumont, George E., 


1867 


305. 


845. 


Beaumont, Harriet L , 


1848 


1827. 


556. 


Beaumont, Ira, 


1811 


1 920. 


838. 


Beaumont, Ira C, 




207. 


841. 


Beaumont, Laura, 


1 849 


686. 


1268. 


Beaumont, Laura L., 


1865 


769. 


839. 


Beaumont, Lucius, 


1845 


1037. 



Beaumont, Lucius L., 
Beaumont, Olive, 
Beaumont, Thomas, 
Beckwith, Hannah, 
Beckstern, Mary E., 
Beebe, Henry E., 
Beech, Daniel, 
Beers, Abigail, 
Beers, Elisabeth, 
Beers, Martha, 
Beers, Mary, 
Beers, Sarah, 
Beers, Sarah, 
Belden, Alice, 
Belden, Frances, 
Belden, Frank, 
Belden, Lurania, 
Belden, Thankful, 
Benton, Hannah, 
Benedict, Caroline K . 
Benedict, Ira, 
Bennet, Polly, 
Bidwell, Julia, 
Bicknell,Mary L., 
Bishop, Grace C, 



1781 
1781 

1832 

1831 

1808 

1873 
1866 

1743 

1754 
1S37 



1815 
1837 

1867 







INDEX. 


Number. Date of 


Vlarriage. 


Number 


1591. 


Blackman, Abigail, 


1775 


736. 


1050. 


Blakeman, Emily, 




736. 


1403. 


Black, Samuel f ., 


1873 


1739. 


378. 


Boardman, Frederick, 


1790 


1730. 


541. 


Boardman, Mabel, 




1668. 


593. 


Bolton, James, 




202. 


466. 


Bostwick, Mr. 




1759. 


971. 


Bowler, Larette L. , 


1818 


910. 


1374. 


Boyd, Charlotte, 




1703. 


516. 


Bradford, Elisabeth, 


1808 


1945. 


554. 


Bradford, Mary, 


1825 


939. 


1725. 


Bradley, David, 


1815 


1638. 


1574. 


Bradley, Esther, 


1753 


1598. 


1670. 


Bradley, Jesse, 




1936. 


1608. 


Bradley, Josiah, 


1779 


642. 


1995. 


Brainerd, Eunice, 




798. 


1369. 


Brainard, Leverett, 




218. 


784. 


Brand, Braddock G., 


1815 


718. 


204. 


Branch, Victor M. R. 


1860 


612. 


835. 


Brandagee, John, 




491. 


426. 


Breed, Hannah, 


1768 


465. 


428. 


Breed, John 




755. 


650. 


Breed, John, 




787. 


962. 


Briggs, Mary, 


1857 


321. 


2064. 


Bright, Etta, 


1873 


524. 


1918. 


Briscow, Avis, 




871. 


1027. 


Brock, Stephen, 




1258. 


954. 


Brown, Delia C, 


1832 


514. 


38. 


Brown, Eleazer, 




827. 


1849. 


Brown, Frances, 


1834 


826. 


19. 


Brown, John, 




830. 


959. 


Brown, Susan E., 




596. 


459. 


Brown, Sylvan us, 




1259. 


1900. 


Brown, Thomas, 




527. 


772. 


Brown, William, 


1867 


793. 


349. 


Brown, Elisabeth, 


1770 


791. 


915. 


Brundage, A. B , 


1855 


1089. 


1688. 


Brush, Maiy G., 


1799 





Date of 
Bryan, Minerva, 
Bryan, Martha, 
Bcckley, Aaron, 
Bulkeley, Ann, 
Bulkeley, Abigail, 
Bulkeley, Amelia, 
Bulkeley, Catharine, 
Bulkeley, Clarissa P. 
Bulkeley, Esther, 
Bulkeley, Edwin, 
Bulkeley, John C, 
Bulkeley, Jonathan, 
Bulkeley, Lydia, 
Bulkeley, Mary E., 
Bulkeley, Sophia L., 
Burlingham, C. D , 
Burr, Wakeman, 
Burr, Wealthy, 
Burnett, Phebe, 
Buckerts, Hannah, 
Bunce, Diana, 
Burnham, Juliaette, 
Burton, Fanny, 
Butler, Charles, 
Butler, Dorothy, 
Butler, Ellen M., 
Butler, Horace L., 
Butler, Joseph, 
Butler, Josiah, 
Butler, Norman, 
Butler, Philip, 
Butler, Steuben, 
Butler, Susie L., 
Button, George, 
Button, Mary, 
Button, Thankful, 
Bybee, Carrie A., 



279 

Marriage 
1835 
1857 
1816 
1816 



1872 



1776 

1804 
1834 



1806 
1796 
1841 

1828 

1795 

1869 

180.3 



1836 
1868 

1856 



354. 


Cadwell, Mr., 




1392. 


224. 


Caldwell, Laura E., 


1871 


674. 


802. 


Canfield, Mary, 




956. 


602. 


Champion, Mary, 


1788 


589. 


427. 


Champion, Polly, 




1596. 


960. 


Chamberlain, Mary M., 


1834 


1771. 


815. 


Chambers, Francis, 


1854 


557. 


940. 


Chapel, Jonathan, 




937. 



( "'Impel, Sarah J., 
Chapin, Joel, 
Chapman, Ansel, 
Chapman, Charles, 
Chapman, Elisabeth, 
Chapman, Miss, 
Chapman, Revilo, 
Chapman, Russel, 



1867 
1823 
1813 



1823 



ZiW 




INDEX. 


Number. Date of Marriage. 


Number 


637. 


Chapman, Sally, 




693. 


2006. 


Chapman, Miss, 




2008. 


14. 


Chiiuncey, Sarah, 


1659 


1675. 


1. 


Chetwood, Grace, 




1069. 


837. 


Church, Elisabeth, 




734. 


1302. 


Churchill, Stephen F., 




693. 


1295. 


Claghorn, Raymond, 




1620. 


1712. 


Clark, An^eline A., 




1047. 


1899. 


Clark, Charlotte, 


1818 


286. 


1809 


Clark, Charlotte, 




1096. 


835. 


Clark, Emily A., 


1833 


860. 


684. 


Clark, Oman, 




942. 


832. 


Clark, William, 




370. 


2034. 


Cobb, Mercy A., 


1849 


2035 


1046. 


Coe, George L., 




316. 


734. 


Cook, Emma, 




318. 


1619. 


Cole, Jonathan, 


1770 





Date of Marriage. 
Coo ley, Henry, 
Comfort, Caroline 
Conklin, Sarah, 
Converse, M. S., 
Cook, Emeline, 
Cooley, Hen rv. 
Couch, Deborah, 1762 

Cowles, John E., 
Crane, William, 
Cresswell, Kate E., 
Crittenden, Anastasia 
Crook, Delia, 
Culver, Mehetabel, 
Currant, Emanuel, 1848 

Curtis, Abigail, 1741 

Curtis, Thomas, 1 74 1 



D 



416. 


Day, Lois, 




1761 


1671. 


656. 


Dagget, Miss, 






717. 


J016. 


Daly, Charles H., 






203. 


1732. 


Davis, Rebeccah, 




1818 


1406. 


875. 


Davenport, Franklin 


E. 


, 


838. 


2119. 


Deacon, John, 






1701. 


356. 


Deming, James, 






1617. 


300. 


Deming, Samuel, 






1374. 


1268. 


Dickinson, Frank, 




1865 


1226. 


1757. 


Dimon, Sarah, 




1 8 1 5 


2048. 


1383. 


Dinsmore, Bradford M. 


1852 


129. 


1388. 


Dinsmore, Ira A., 




1869 





Disbrow, Squire, 
Dodd, Betsey, 
Donelson, William, 
Doolittle, James F., 
Douglass, Sarah A., 
Downes, Levi, 
Downes, William, 
Dunham, Julia, 
Dunham, Woodruff, 
Dunn, Mary, 
Dunn, Sallie, 



1410. 


Earl, Alice F., 


1873 


683. 


562. 


Edwards, Daniel, 


1795 


1013. 


1316. 


Edwards, Elisabeth, 


1870 


133: 


733. 


Edwards, John, 


1836 


739. 


764. 


Edwards, John, 




1137. 


392. 


Edwards, Mary, 


1787 


23. 


1947. 


Edwards, Sterling, 




1126 


866. 


Edwards, Walter, 


1843 


185. 


565 


Edwards, Zenas, 


1800 





Eells, Nathaniel, 1825 
Elliot, Matthew G., 

Ellwood, Lucinda, 1813 

Ely, Ezra L., 1843 

Embry, Margaret, 1858 

Emerson, Joseph, 1(565 

Entz, Ferdinand L, 1865 
Esterhazy, Enoch, 



961. Fairchild, Hurllmrt, 1841 

212. Fairchild, Samuel, 1853 

477. Fanning, Margaret M., 



719. Fanning, Ann, 
97. Faulkner, Everard, 
291. Falkner, Edward, 



1816 







INDEX. 


Number. Date of Marriage. 


Number 


1012. 


Field, Henry D., 




622. 


1712. 


Fillio, Ellen, 




600. 


280. 


Fishback, John B., 




1933. 


1112. 


Fitch, Frederick, 


1861 


170. 


1114. 


Fitch, Frederick, 


1868 


462. 


947. 


Fitch, Jared W., 




815. 


21. 


Flint, Ephraim, 




1316. 


977. 


Foote, David, 




475. 


971. 


Foote, Ezra, 


1818 


493. 


974. 


Foote, Ralph C, 




811. 


620. 


Foote, Roger, 


1790 


497. 



281 

Date of Marriage. 

Foote, Sophia, 1797 

Foote, Theodore, 1787 

Forbes, William, 1858 

Forbes, William H., 1861 

Fosdick, Elisabeth, 1797 
Francis, Charles, 

Francis, Edward M. , 1870 

Francis, John, 1792 

Francis, Selah, 1763 

Freeman, Emma L., 1850 

Frisbie, Elihu, 813 



324. Gardner, Mary, 

302. Gardner, Sarah, 

1981. Gilbert, Amelia, 

1716. Gilbert, John, 

1716. Gillet, Elisabeth, 

1984. Gilman, Charles M , 

1095. Godfrey, Alexander L. 

1714. Godfrey, David, 

1614. Godfrey, Daniel, 

823. Goodrich, Abby J., 

577. Goodrich, Elisha, 

657. Goodrich, James, 

490. Goodrich, Joshua, 

555. Goodrich, Laura, 

310. Goodrich, Richard, 

803. Goodrich, Sylvester, 



1738 


924. 


1227 


1007. 


1859 


1947. 




228. 


1851 


1401. 




401. 




1629. 




676. 




1741. 


1840 


1710. 


1821 


377. 




350. 


1800 


462. 


1811 


804. 


1709 


1043. 




1368. 



Goodwin, James M., 
Goodwin, Joseph M., 
Golden, James, 
Gordon, Henry, 
Goss, Catharine F. E. 
Grant, Ann, 
Green, Mary, 
Green, Richard, 
Green, Sophia, 
Gregory, Rebecca, 
Griswold, Abigail, 
Griswold, Mary, 
Griswold, Rhoda, 
Griswold, Rodolphus, 
Guptil, Caroline, 
Guerney, Emma L., 



1809 
1841 



1749 

1852 
1816 
1789 
1776 

1781 



H 



2038. 


Haddock, Mary E., 




2023. 


Hall, E. T., 




191. 


Haines, Allen, 




1385. 


Hall, Frances E., 


1833 


1470. 


Hall, Alexandre E., 


1861 


1162. 


Hall, Helen M., 


1834 


1389. 


Hall, Alonzo P., 


1841 


796. 


Hall, Horace, 


1825 


1463. 


Hall, Arnold H., 


1863 


1392. 


Hall, Jane D., 


1867 


1391. 


Hall, Catharine, 


1844 


138. 


Hall, Jane E., 




1570. 


Hall, Catharine, 


1739 


1384. 


Hall, Jane E., 


1830 


1092. 


Hall, Charles S., 


1827 


1392. 


Hall, James D., 


1846 


1386. 


Hall, Charles E., 


1835 


1409. 


Hall, Josephine C, 


1856 


1462. 


Hall, Charles H., 


1860 


1094. 


Hall, Josephine E., 




1163. 


Hall, Charles V., 


1837 


1467. 


Hall, Josephine E., 


1862 


1469. 


Hall, Corinne A., 


1868 


1094. 


Hall, Josephine E. M., 


1857 


1383. 


Hall, Cornelia P., 


1828 


146U. 


Hall, Louisa H., 


1858 


1390. 


Hall, Edward, 


1843 


1466. 


Hall, Maria S. H., 


1860 


1382. 


Hall, Edwin B., 


1826 


1470£. 


Hall, Marie A. N., 


1872 


1471. 


Hall, Edwin T., 
36 


1863 


944. 


Hall, Parker, 





282 




INDEX. 


Numbe 


r. Date of Marriage. 


Number 


938. 


Hall, Pomeroy, 




73. 


1096. 


Hall, Richard H., 




100. 


528. 


Hall, Ruth, 




99. 


1469. 


Hall, Nathalie H., 


1866 


97. 


1161. 


Hall, Sarah C, 


1831 


144. 


1398. 


Hall, Sarah P., 


1867 


1025. 


1464. 


Hall, Samuel H. P., 


1868 


948. 


1468. 


Hall, Samuel H. P., 


1864 


1048. 


1387. 


Hall, Samuel L , 


1837 


1935. 


721. 


Hall, S. H. P., 


1826 


2047. 


1095. 


Hall, Theodore P., 


I860 


885. 


1748. 


Hall, Washington, 




1329. 


1092. 


Hall, Win. B., 




1327. 


1093. 


Hall, Win. D., 




1330. 


476. 


Hallam, Caroline, 




1326. 


1665. 


Hal let, Lyman, 


1797 


1325. 


1340. 


Hanmer, John, 


1874 


1136. 


1524. 


Hanmer, Alice E., 


1874 


1921. 


1091. 


Hanks, Arthur F., 




190. 


1882. 


Harold, William, 




957. 


553. 


Hart, Abigail, 


1804 


83. 


546. 


Hart, Nancy, 


1805 


29. 


220. 


Harding, Mr., 




1416. 


482. 


Harkin, Eliza P., 


1814 


139. 


1092. 


Harris, Mary, 




217. 


960. 


Harrison, Sarah E., 


1838 


91. 


1550. 


Haskell, Henrietta A., 


1 853 


1403. 


1551. 


Haskell, Josephine C, 


1856 


355. 


1553. 


Haskell, Mary W., 


1864 


58. 


1418. 


Haskell, Wm. H., 


1857 


93. 


1552. 


Haskell, William W., 


1864 


1108. 


324. 


Hastings, Abigail, 


1751 


1349. 


1108. 


Hastings, Thomas, 




891. 


1749. 


Haw ley, Eli, 




673. 


76. 


Henry, Beulah, 


1754 


1350. 


1922. 


Henry, Clara, 


1858 


30. 


1251. 


Higby, Jasper E., 


1863 


373. 


1678. 


Higgins, Samuel, 


1804 


1138. 


1571. 


Hill, Ann, 


1740 


928. 


1445. 


Hill, Charles, 




408. 


96. 


Hill, Esther, 


1 735 


894. 


66. 


Hill, Hannah, 




1354. 


1446. 


Hill, Helen H., 




1991. 


98. 


Hill, Isaac, 


1745 





Hill, John, 
Hill, John, 
Hill, Joseph, 
Hill, Sarah, 
Hill, Sophia P., 
Hill, Thomas G , 
Hillard, Adelaide, 
Hine, Charlotte, 
Hobart, Ann M , 
Horan, Margaret, 
Horton, Hamilton, 
Horton, Edward T., 
Horton, Frederick, 
Horton, George B., 
Horton, Henry P., 
Horton, Herbert, 
Hotchkiss, Rose, 
Hough, Edwin, 
Howland, Eunice, 
Hoxey, Benjamin, 
Hoyt, Hannah, 
Hubbard, Joseph, 
Hubbel, Alfred D., 
Hubbel, Chloe, 
Hubbel, Harriet, 
Hubbel, Ellen, 
Hubbel, Maria S., 
Hubbard, Philippa, 
Hubbard, Mary, 
Hull, Chapman, 
Humphrey, Sarah, 
Hunt, Delia, 
Hunt, Electa, 
Hunt, Eliza, 
Hunt, Ida L. , 
Hunt, Samuel, 
Huntington, Hope, 
Huntington, May, 
Hurd, Charles, 
Hurlburt, George B., 
H u tc h i n son , Hen ry , 
Hutchinson, Nellie B 
Hyde, Frederick, 



Date of Marriage. 
1729 



1759 
1752 
1742 

1856 



1854 
1856 
1844 
1858 
1851 
1861 
1848 
1845 
1853 



1762 

1871 
1812 



1830 
1868 

1828 
1857 

1 863 



1763 

1864 

1870 



755. Irwin, Cornelius B., 
509. Irwin, Peter, 



1 805 



414. Isham, Joseph, 
909. Isham, Mary, 



1765 
1829 



INDEX 



283 



Number. Date o 

2108. Jarvis, Andrew, 

1658. Jarvis, Miss, 

23. Jeffreys, Silence, 

1791. Jennings, David, 

1757. Jennings, Emeline, 

1990. Jennings, Isaac, 



riage. 


Number. Date of Marriage. 




1634. Jennings, Miss, 




1633. Johnson, Esther, 




554. Johnson, Mary, 


1832 


4. Jones, Sarah, 


1830 


1660. Judson, Catharine, 


1855 


103. Judson, Daniel, 



K 



1141. 


Kees, Jacob, 


1862 


349. 


746. 


Keith, 


1836 


2077. 


2076. 


Kellet, Eliza, 


1869 


2025. 


1384. 


Kellog, Daniel, 




791. 


800. 


Kenvon, Juliaette, 


1848 


1393. 


893. 


Killam, Lyman, 


1865 


1397. 


1930. 


King, Clarissa, 


, 





Kirby, Susannah, 1757 

Kohlseat, Ernest W., 1839 
Knapp, Charles, 

Knapp, William, 1820 

Keeland, Charles, 1854 
Knight, Cyntha L., 



478. 


Lacy, Jasper, 




88. 


523. 


Lamb, Asa, 




1206. 


2036. 


Lamb, Harriet F. , 




1971. 


594. 


Lamb, Henry, 




1295. 


412. 


Lamb, John, 




1297. 


1936. 


Landers, Mariette, 




845. 


1698. 


Lane, Miss, 




1296. 


1051. 


Lansing, Henry L., 




1148. 


810. 


Latham, Joseph S., 


1845 


2054. 


327. 


Latimer, Ann, 


1741 


420. 


407. 


Latimer, Robert, 




604. 


278. 


Larribee, John H., 




639. 


1919. 


Lawrence, Betsey, 


1844 


1418. 


1919. 


Lawrence, Catherine, 




331. 


1698. 


Leach, Maria, 




329. 


1660. 


Lee, Elisabeth, 




1004. 


227. 


Lee, Sarah, 




1747. 


S16. 


Lester, Mr., 







Lewis, Elisabeth, 
Le Vaughn, Dinah, 
Leonard, Wm. B., 
Lockwood, Annie M., 
Lockwood, Harriet B., 
Lockwood, John W., 
Lockwood, Josephine, 
Loomer, George, 
Loomis, Harriet, 
Loomis, Rhoda, 
Loomis, Pamela, 
Loomis, Sophia, 
Lord, Amelia B., 
Lord, Epaphras, 
Lord, Ichabod, 
Lord, Thomas D., 
Lyon, David, 



1776 
1865 



1859 



1787 
1796 
1857 

1743 
1825 



M 



1272. 


Madigan, Ellen, 




279. 


172. 


Mallory, Emily, 


1805 


1731. 


1740. 


Mallory, Sally, 




611. 


1054. 


Malsom, Henry, 




225. 


78. 


Maltbie, Hannah, 




824. 


677. 


Mansfield, Lucy, 


1828 


820. 


821. 


Marsh, Frederick, 




844. 


320. 


Marsh, John, 


1749 


1018. 


387. 


Marsh, Martha, 




1627. 



Marshall, Agnes, 
Mason, Charlotte, 
Mason, William, 
May, Ann, 
Maynard, Joshua, 
McConnor, Marabah, 
McFarland, Joseph, 
Mclntyre, Edward, 
Mcluster, 



1872 

1829 



1840 
1844 

1865 



284 

Number 

1609. 

16,31. 

1799. 

1851. 

1967. 

1026. 

110. 

798. 

796. 
1144. 

570. 
1138. 
1148. 

799. 

802. 
1136. 
1139. 
1140. 

784. 
1141. 

366. 
1157. 

800. 
1145. 



Bate of 
Meeker, Eleanor, 
Meeker, Mr., 
Meeker, Mary J., 
Merwin, Emily, 
Merwiu, S. J. M., 
Mickle, John, 
Middleton, Ebenezer, 
Miller, Adaline C, 
Miller, Amanda. 
Miller, Anna E., 
Miller, Caroline, 
Miller, Claudius C, 
Miller, Dorothy E., 
Miller, Harriet H., 
Miller, Hiram C, 
Miller, Kendrick B., 
Miller, Martha, 
Miller, Mercy, 
Miller, Mercy, 
Miller, Mercy A., 
Miller, Nathaniel, 
Miller, Nathaniel, 
Miller, Nathaniel W. 
Miller, Oscar F., 



INDEX. 


Marriage. 


Number 


1801 


787. 




788. 


1867 


1297. 




23. 


1846 


668. 




1253. 


1749 


1830. 




27. 


1825 


1726. 


1867 


183. 




17.33. 


1863 


1667. 


1859 


1743. 


1844 


1605. 




118. 


1853 


1595. 


1856 


1703. 


1860 


1828. 


1815 


911. 


1862 


613. 


1762 


1409. 


1855 


532. 


, 1848 


189. 


1856 


461. 



Date of Marriage. 



Miller, Solomon B., 
Miller, Urbane B., 
Mills, Albert F., 
Minot, Rebeccah, 
Mix, Content, 
Moffit, Hattie, 
Moody, J., 
Moody, Mary, 
Morehouse, Aaron, 
Morehouse, Catharine, 
Morehouse, Ebenezer, 
Morehouse, Esther, 
Morehouse, Jane, 
Morehouse, Joseph, 
Morehouse, Parthena, 
Morehouse, Peter, 
Morehouse, Sarah, 
Morgan, James, 
Morgan, LydiaS., 
Mosely, Samuel, 
Morris, Frank H., 
Myears, Hannah, 
Myers, Orlando, 
Mygatt, John, 



1828 
1822 
1873 
1696 
1811 
1871 
1855 



1836 



1808 



1816 

1841 

1874 
1809 



N 



1737. Nash, Micajah, 

1301. Neff, Cornelia, 

232. Nelson, Joseph, 

328. Newton, Susannah, 

93. Nichols, Gould, 

1807. Nichols, Martha J., 

1910. Nichols, Mary, 

223. Nichols, Rufus, 

1993. Nichols, William, 

1751. Noble, Marcus, 

603. Noble, Widow, 



1086. 
1014. 
1656. 
1802. 

956. 

417. 
1695. 
1583. 
1581. 



1819 

1756 
1845 

1857 



O 



Oakley, Catherine F., 




1586. 


Ogden, Henry S., 


1858 


63. 


Ogden, Mary, 


1785 


1687. 


Ogden, Mary, 


1835 


1596. 


Oliphant, Mary J., 


1834 


1702. 


Olmsted, Dorothy, 


1764 


1668. 


Osborne, Ann, 




1596. 


Osborne, Eleazer, 


1738 


1672. 


Osborne, Elisabeth, 


1747 





731. North, Alfred, 

1107. North, Anna C, 1870 
483. North, Dolly, 

755. North, Maria, 1835 

506. North, Nathan, 1805 

1042. North, Oren L., 

739. North, Theresa O. B., 

1108. North, Thomas H., 1868 
1908. Northrop, Julia B., 

207. Northrop, Lord, 

666. Noyes, Charles, 



( Isborne, Howes, 1755 

Osborne, John, 
Osborne, Maria B., 
Osborne, May, 1804 

Osborne, Stephen, 1799 

Osborne, Susannah, 1823 

Osborne, Widow, 
Oysterbank, David, 



INDEX 



285 



Number. Date of 


Marriage. 


Number. Date of Marriage. 


1093. 


Paddock, Elisabeth S 


I., 1857 


1621. 


Perry, Thaddeus, 


1774 


190. 


Parish, Townsend, 




829. 


Petit, Susan, 




501. 


Parker, Ebenezer, 


1812 


1139. 


Philly, Charles, 


1856 


155. 


Patchen, David, 




943. 


Pierson, Job, 




711. 


Peahody, Abigail, 




1849. 


Pike, 


1866 


1415. 


Pease, Henrietta G., 


1869 


1996. 


Piatt, Widow, 




1913. 


Peek, Charles, 




1972. 


Pomeroy, Benjamin, 


1848 


2141. 


Peck, Frank, 




1964. 


Pomerov, Rebecca W. , 




1930. 


Peck, Mary, 




351. 


Pomeroy, Rachel, 


1771 


1742. 


Peck, Miriam, 


1834 


937. 


Porter, Alanson, 




1050. 


Peckham, E. G., 




609. 


Porter, Nancy, 


1820 


843. 


Peckwell, Josephine, 




710. 


Pool, Joshua H., 




713. 


Pendleton, Esther, 




1115^. 


Post, Adrian B., 


1857 


144. 


Penfield, Elisabeth, 




1115. 


Post, Bertha L., 


1870 


1819. 


Perry, Ann G., 


1846 


744. 


Post, Gerrit B., 


1836 


1817. 


Perry, Frances M., 




508. 


Post, John G., 


1806 


1966. 


Perry, Francis, 




1112. 


Post, John W., 


1861 


1963. 


Perry, Helen, 




1114. 


Post, Margaret, 


1868 


1969. 


Perry, Helen, 




747. 


Post, Peter B., 


1842 


1577. 


Perry, Joseph, 


1756 


2084. 


Post, Stephen 




1968. 


Perry, Julia M., 




840. 


Pratt, Mary, 


1842 


1667. 


Perry, Miah, 




1275. 


Pratt, Wm E., 


1842 


1988. 


Perry, Oliver, 




299. 


Prentice, Patience, 


1701 


74. 


Perry, Sarah, 


1756 


298. 


Prescott, Dorothy, 




1812. 


Perry, Samuel, 




25. 


Prescott, Jonathan, 


1681 


1715. 


Perry, Stephen, 











1005. Quimby, Albert H., 1842 



Q 



R 



1259. 


Ranney, Benjamin L., 


1865 


809. 


Risley, Edward, 




216. 


Raynor, Sarah, 




1209. 


Risley, Edwin J., 


1873 


2045. 


Redfield, Daniel M., 




806. 


Risley, Julia, 




1673. 


Redfield, Sarah, 




1207. 


Risley, Martha W., 


1866 


786. 


Rees, Anna, 


1822 


1206. 


Risley, Sarah M., 


1865 


948. 


Reynolds, Helen, 




949. 


Roath, Elisabeth, 




2043. 


Rider, George, 




824. 


Robbins, Abigail U. B. 


t 


1813. 


Rider, John, 




326. 


Robbins, Abigail, 


1733 


227. 


Riggs, Sarah L., 


1841 


551. 


Robbins, Allen, 


1804 


370. 


Riley, Ackley, 


1805 


S22. 


Robbins, Allen A , 


1841 


567. 


Riley, Eliza, 




1237. 


Robbins, Annie A., 


1870 


1021. 


Riley, Mary A., 


1863 


1226. 


Robbins, Caroline A., 


1226 


568. 


Riley, Nancy, 


1814 


1227. 


Robbins, Chester, 


1854 


387. 


Riley, Susan, 


1805 


1227. 


Robbins, Chloe M., 


1854 


976. 


Risley, Luke, 




821. 


Robbins, Chloe, 





286 






INDEX. 


Number. 


Date of Marriage. 


Number 


825. 


Robbins, 


Emily W., 




1237. 


1674. 


Robbins, 


Ephraim, 




861. 


485. 


Robbins 


Eunice, 


1782 


210. 


521. 


Robbins, 


Lucy, 


1830 


2120. 


372. 


Robbins, 


Mary, 


1775 


272. 


518. 


Robbins, 


Nancy, 


1811 


420. 


820. 


Robbins, 


Thomas S., 


1832 


156. 



Date of Marriage. 



Robbins, ffm. G., 
Roberts, Henry, 
Rockwell, Harriet, 
Rogers, Samuel T. 
Roof, Milton, 
Root, Jerusha, 
Ruggles, Philo, 



1870 



472. 


Sage, Bathsheba, 




204. 


311. 


Sage, Mary, 




807. 


709. 


Sanger, Mary F., 




868. 


157. 


Sayer, Jane, 




863. 


1281. 


Scran ton, Robert, 


1870 


1663. 


820. 


Sears, Martha C, 




708. 


181. 


Seeley, Henry, 




1041. 


144. 


Sedam, Robert F., 




684. 


715. 


Selden, Thomas, 




912. 


1941. 


Shatter, Farewell, 


1857 


821. 


1886. 


Shelton, Nancy, 




1798. 


1923. 


Shepard, Hiram, 




308. 


1578. 


Sherman, Hannah, 


1760 


578. 


1962. 


Sherman, Lucy, 




276. 


1770. 


Sherwood, Ellen, 


1825 


313. 


590. 


Simons, Elisabeth, 


1823 


702. 


1722. 


Simmons, Mehetabel, 


1799 


1829. 


1833. 


Slawson, W. D., 




1584. 


1087. 


Skinner, Harriet L., 


1851 


1639. 


805. 


Small, Daniel, 




1856. 


850. 


Smith, Abigail R., 




1723. 


841. 


Smith, Alfred, 


1849 


1706. 


758. 


Smith, Benjamin, 




2166. 


1768. 


Smith, Betsey, 


1816 


884. 


1281. 


Smith, Catharine, 


1870 


883. 


355. 


Smith, Cephas, 


1756 


881. 


1709. 


Smith, Charles, 


1856 


1062. 


316. 


Smith, Christina, 


1769 


1064. 


559. 


Smith, Davis, 


1819 


1063. 


1866. 


Smith, Eliza J., 




2087. 


747. 


Smith, Elisabeth, 


1842 


2086. 


1399. 


Smith, F. F., 




1039. 


886. 


Smith, George, 




677| 


855. 


Smith, Henry H., 


1854 


1038. 


312. 


Smith, Joseph, 


1726 


1244. 


856. 


Smith, Martha A., 


1856 


1243. 


1852. 


Smith, Mary J., 




1245. 


1769. 


Smith, Philo, 




1242. 



Smith, William, 

Sperry, Lucy, 1842 

Sperrv, Isaac J., 1840 

Spear, William, 

Squire, Joab, 1800 

Stacy, Mary F., 

Stanley, Emily, 1832 

Stanley, Jesse, 

Stark, Clara C, 

Starkweather, Wm. B., 1844 

Sterling, Charlotte L., 1865 

Stevens, Joseph, 

Stevens, Isaac, 1819 

Stoddard, Frederick D., 

Stow, Joseph, 

Stuart, I. W., 1834 

Studwell, M. L., 

Sturges, Abigail, 1758 

Sturges, Ebenezer, 

Sturges, Ellen, 

Sturges, Peter, 1799 

Sturges, Priscilla, 

Sullivan, Sarah, 1873 

Stevens, George O., 1835 

Stevens, Joseph H, 1828 

Stevens, Norman B., 1820 

Stuart, Ellen M., 

Stuart, Grace C. , 

Stuart, Isabella W., 

Studwell, Albert C, 

Studwell, Frederick B., 

St. John, Francis, 

St. John, Jesse, 

St. John, Edward, 

Sugden, Abbie L., 1S52 

Sugden, Amelia M., 1849 

Sugden, Emily R., 1861 

Sugden, Robert, 1847 



INDEX. 



287 



Number. Date of Marriage. 


Number 


1393. 


Tain tor, Louisa, 


1854 


199. 


605. 


Taintor, Roger, 


1769 


948. 


588. 


Taintor, Sally, 


1798 


308. 


606. 


Taintor, Sally, 


1793 


314. 


608. 


Taintor, Solomon, 




808. 


1362. 


Talcott, Lottie J., 




294. 


933. 


Talcott, Piatt, 




307. 


297. 


Talcott, Rachel, 


1687 


295. 


1561. 


Talcott, Rachel, 




1096. 


1948. 


Tallmadge, Albert, 




322. 


977. 


Taylor, Caroline 




307. 


2055. 


Terry, John S., 




379. 


1250. 


Thompson, Edward L., 


1866 


520. 


1979. 


Thorp, Fanny B., 


1865 


1029. 


1622. 


Thorp, Grizzel, 


1728 


1 1 23. 


1756. 


Thorp, Miranda, 


1810 


1717. 


799. 


Todd, Charles, 


1844 


1719. 


1741. 


Torr, Emilie, 




1578. 


1820. 


Townsend, Lavinie T., 


1843 


964. 


963. 


Townsend, Marietta, 


1843 


887. 



Date of Marriage 
Townsend, Parish, 
Tracy, Eliza, 
Treat, Dorotheus, 
Treat, Isaac, 
Treat, Mary, 
Treat, Richard, 
Treat, Sarah, 
Treat, Thomas, 
Trowbridge, Hannah P., 1861 
Trumbull, Jonathan, 
Try on, -Joseph, 
Tryon, Penelope, 
Tucker, Martha, 
Tudor, Sarah, 
Turner, Caroline J., 
Turney, Abel, 
Turney, Abigail, 
Turney, Sarah, 
Tuthill, Mary K., 
Tyler, William, 



1754 
1730 

1704 
1729 
1693 



179' 



( 



18. 



1797 
1740 
1852 
1850 



222. Ufford,John, 



U 

| 1774. Upson, Frances M., 



931. Van Alstine, 

189. Vanderburgh, Henry, 



930. Vandyne, Mary A., 
192. Vastres, Mary A., 



W 



1864. 


Wakeman, Elisabeth, 




1962. 


Warren, Olive, 




1959. 


Wakeman, Gershom, 




586. 


Watrous, Daniel, 




97. 


Wakeman, Joseph, 




201. 


Way, Silas, 




197. 


Wakeman, Joseph, 


1834 


353. 


Webb, David, 




1970. 


Wakeman, Julia F., 




780. 


Webb, Hiram H., 


1855 


186. 


Wakeman, Sarah, 




1817. 


Webb, Martha, 




196. 


Walcott, Samuel, 




479. 


Webster, George, 




720. 


Walbridge, Mary, 




474. 


Webster, Martha, 




1145. 


Walker, Marion, 


1856 


1122^. 


Wells, George A., 


1860 


196. 


Walrath, Samuel, 




322. 


Wells, John, 


1738 


1947. 


Ward, Benjamin, 




329. 


Wells, Sarah, 




1273. 


Ward, Emma, 


1869 


486. 


Wetherell, Elisha, 




1565. 


Ward, Hannah, 




750. 


Whaple, Elisabeth S., 


1857 


811. 


Ward, Nathaniel, 




687. 


White, Abigail, 




869. 


Warner, John, 


1782 


692. 


White, Eliza, 




549. 


Warner, Polly, 




1050. 


White, Harriet M., 




868. 


Warner, Prudence, 


1850 


686. 


White, Henry, 


1815 



288 




INDEX. 


Number. Date of Marriage. 


Number 


1057. 


White, Jane A., 




692. 


473. 


White, Joseph, 


1782 


1952. 


684. 


White, Lucy, 




1000. 


693. 


White, Mary, 




113. 


691. 


White, Thomas B., 




1302. 


1585. 


Whitehead, Elisabeth, 


1738 


1951. 


571. 


Whitmore, Charlotte, 




1301. 


874. 


Whitmore, Emma J., 




779. 


1674. 


Whitney, Peter, 




352. 


953. 


Wheeler, Alvan, 




734. 


1738. 


Wheeler, Damaris, 




368. 


1400. 


Wheeler, Edward, 




365. 


1399. 


Wheeler, Fannie A., 




733. 


1397. 


Wheeler, Gurdon B., 




850. 


1979. 


Wheeler, Kate A., 


1868 


376. 


1657. 


Wheeler, Nathan, 


. 


388. 


18. 


Wheeler, B.ebeeca, 


1667 


515. 


1401. 


Wheeler, Samuel P., 


1860 


958. 


182. 


Wheeler, Thomas, 




301. 


41. 


Whelpley, Joseph, 




480. 


1258. 


Wilcox, Cora, 


1869 


210. 


1088. 


Wilcox, Fannie, 


1835 


481. 


692. 


Wilcox, Reuben, 




852. 


687. 


Wilcox, Samuel, 




611. 


856. 


Wilcox, Walter L., 


1856 


587. 


1107. 


Wilder, Alvan D., 


1870 


415. 


812. 


Wilson, Lyman, 




909. 


1090. 


Wilkinson, Carrie A., 




609. 


330. 


Wills, Sarah, 




458. 



Date of Marriage 
Wilson, Reuben, 
Wilson, Sterling-, 
Witter, John, 
Williams, Diana, 
Williams, Ella, F., 
Williams, Emily, 
Williams, Henry C, 
Williams, Horace D ., 
Williams, Lois, 
Williams, Lorenzo L., 
Williams, Martha, 
Williams, Mary, 
Williams, Mary, 
Williams, Moses W., 
Williams, Olive, 
Williams, Prudence, 
Williams, Wyllis, 
Wood, George C, 
Woodbridge, Susanna, 
Woodruff, Amos, 
Woodruff, Sarah, 
Woodruff, Sarepta, 
Wolcott, Ambrose, 
Worthiugton, John, 
Worthington, Joseph, 
Worthington, Judith, 
Worthington, Julia, 
Wright, Fanny, 
Wright, Sarah 



1774 

1791 
1776 
1836 
1841 
1776 
1773 
1799 

1728 



1 853 

1791 
1757 



484. Yale, Philo. 



ERRATA. 

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Page 116, the 5th line from the bottom, for Chaping read Cliapin . 

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David Munson, " Dec. 15, 1822. 

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Barnabas Bertram, " Nov. 30, 1827; died April 7, 1832. 

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Abbe Jane, " July 29, 1838. 

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