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By Hbnry Allen Hazen, A.M., New Haven, Conn. 

rilllE origin of this family beyond the sea has not been traced. Recent 
L information locates a fanjily bearing the name in Ne\vcastle-on-Tyne, 
in the last century, and possibly the fact may atford a clue to the English 
home of the Puritan Edward. 

1. Edwaud' Hazen was the immigrant ancestor. The first mention 
of the name, which has been found, occurs in the records of Rowley. 
" Elizabeth, wife of Edward Ilassen, was buryed 1G49 Sept. 18." Ho was 
a man of substance and influence in the town ; was overseer or Selectman 
in 1650, 1651, 1654, 166u, 1661, 1665 and 1668, and judge of delinquents 
1666. In the records of surveys, Feb. 4, 1661, he appears entitled to 
"seven gates." These related to cattle rights on the town commons; the 
average number being three, and no one had more than seven. The inven- 
tory of his estate amounted to £404 : 7 : 8. 

Of his first wife, Elizabeth, nothing is known ; or where or how long 
they had been married. 

He married (2) in March, 1650, Hannah, dau. of Thomas And Hannah- 
Grant. He was buried in Rowley, July 22, 1683. His widow m. (2) 
March 17, 1683-4, Georg*' Browne of Haverhill, who Sept. 9, 1693, adopted 
her youngest son Richard as the sole heir to his large estate. Lieut. Browne 
d. Oct. 31, 1699, aged 76; his wife d. Feb. 1715-16. The children of 
Edward and Hannah (Grant) Hazen, all born in Rowley, were: 

i. Elizabeth, b. March 8, 1650-1 ; m. April 1, 1670, Nathaniel, son of 
John and Bridget-Harris oi Rowley. 

ii. Hannah, b. Septl 1653 ; m. William Oibeon, and d. before 1683, leav- 
ing three children. 

ill. John, b. Sept. 22, 1655. He is not mentioned in the distribution of 
his father 8 &state ; while the children of Hannah, deceased, do re- 
ceive their portion ; and Thomas receives two of the eleven shares, 
or the doul)le portion of the oldest son. John must therefore have 
died without issue. 
8. iy. Thomas, b. Feb. 2!>. 1657-8; d. in Norwich, Ct., April 12, 1736. 
3. v. Edward, b. Sept. 10, 1660 ; d. 1748. 

vi. Isahell; b. July 21, 1662; m. Jan. 16, 1680, John, son of Thomas 
and Ann- Wood of Boxford. 

vii. Pricklla, b. Nov. 25, 166-1 ; m. July 21, 1681, Jeremiah, son of John 
and Dorcas Pearson, of Rowley. 





viii. Edney, 1). Juno 20, I0fi7 ; m. Aujr. 2, 1686, Timothy, son of Rev. 

William and Eliziiboth (Wooton) Perkins, of Tofwiield. 
4. ix. RiciiAUi), h. Aim. (i, U>0!); d. in Unvcrhiil, .Maw.. .Sept. 25, 1733. 
X. Hiiii/.EUETH, t). Dec. 2-i, 1671 ; lu. um ; d. in Rowley, Nov. 2», 1689. 
xi. Sarah, b. Aug. 22, 16*3 ; m. Juno 37, 16U0, Daniel Wioom, Jr., of 


2. Thomas" ( ^hrard}), owned a farm in Itowley at his father's death. 
lie removed to ISoxford fteforo Marcli "22, KiKO-'.IO, where 'lie was made 
freeman. He was dismissed from the cliiuch in To|)slieid. to become one of 
the constituent members of the church in Box ford, in 1702; and in 1711 
again removed to Norwich, Conn., where he died April 12, 1 73-5, aged 77 
years. He lived in the part of Norwich called West Farms, and, with 
three sons, was one of the petitioners for its incorporation as a parish in 
171(i. It is now Franklin. He married .J;ui. 1, 1G82-3, Mary, dau. of 
Thomas llowlet, whose father was the Sergeant Thomas Howlet, one of the 
ten first settlers in Agawaui (Ipswich) l{)32-'% deputy from Ipswich 103;'), 
and Topsfield 160.3, and often employed in running lines and locating 
towns and farms. She died Oct. 24, 1727. Their children were: 

John, b. 1683 ; m. Meicy Brridstreet. 

Hannah, b. Oct. 10, 1681, in Rowley ; m. July 13, 1727, Joshua, son 
of Benjiimin Morse of Newbury, Mass. 

Alice, b. in Boxford, June 16, 1686. 

Ednau, b. (when ?) ; m. Oct. 21, 1721, Joshua Smith of Norwich, Conn. 

TuoMAS, bapt. Topsfiold, Ma.«si., May 4, 1690 ; d. in Norwich, Conn., 
1776 or 1777. 

Jacob, bapt. Topsfield, April 24, 16ft2 ; d. in Norwich, Conn., Dec. 
22, 1755. 

Maky, ) bapt. Top.sfield, Sept. ',), U5i)4. Lydia m. March 17, 1713-14, 

LvDiA, J Benjamin, son of Cakb and Margaret (Post) Abell ol Nor- 
wich, Conn. 

Hepziijah, bapt. Toiwlield, May 16, 1697; m. Oct. 1, 1716, David 
Ijadd of Norwich, ("onu.; d. March 13, 1728. 

Ruth, b. (when?) ; d in NorM-itih, Feb. 18, 173JM0. 

Jbr^miah, bapt. Topsfield, May 3, 1702. 

3. Edward' (I<Jdward'),h. Sept. 10, 1 GOO; m. Nov. C, 1684, Jane, 
dau. of John and Jane (Crosby) Pickard, who survived him. His will was 
probated Dec. 26, 1 748, bearing date May 27, 1738. Children, b. in liowley : 

i. Jane, b. Oct. 11, 1«)85 ; m. Jan. 1, 1707, Joseph Jewett of Rowley. 

ii. Edward, b. July 17, 1688 ; d. in Newbury, without is.sue, April 10, 
1723. tie m. Sarah, dau. of John Peiley. She m. (2) Dec. 30, 
1723, Samuel Hale of Bradford ; d. 1768 or 1759. 

8. iii. John, b. 1691 ; d. in Rowley, Nov. 19, 1756, a^'cd 65. 

9. iv. C Benj.mhin, b. Feb. 19, 1694-5 ; d. Sept. 18, 1755, in Oroton. 
V. I HKruzniAH, twin, m. Nathaniel Perkins. 

10. ti. Sajiukl, b. July 20, 1698; d. Sept. 20. 1790, in Shirley. 

11. vii. IsRAEi,, b, July 20, 1701 ; d. Jan. 2, 1784, in Rowley, 
viii. Hannah, m. Ui-ecnleaf. 

4. Richard'* {JMward}), b. Aug. C, 16G9. He inherited the largo 
estate of his step-father, George lirowue of Haverhill, and was a Lieutenant 
in the Militia. He m. (IJ Dec. 5, 1G94, Mary, dau. of Capt. John and 
Hannah (Audrewii) ljeai22<'y' '' IIa»iiah Andrews wtis the dau. of Robert, 
the emigrant ancestor of the late Gov. John A. Andrew, LL.D. Caj)t. 
John Peahody was the S(jii of Ijieut. Francis, from whom descended the 
great London banker, George Poabody." His wife Mary d. Dec. 13, 1731, 
and he m. (2) ]\Ir8. Grace kiml.all, Apfil 3, 1733. He d. Sept. 25, 1733. 
His children, all by his first wife, were: 















i. Richard, b. Jiilv 28, 16!)5 ; d. Aug. 6, IflOS. 

12. ii. RicHAKD, b. July 20, 169(5; d. t>ct. 18, 1754. 

iii. pRi8(,iLi,A, b. Nov. 25, 10U8; m. Feb. 17, 1719-20, Benjamin Kimball 
of Bradford, Alfiss. 

13. iv. Moses, b. May 17, 1701 ; m. March 6, 1727-8, Abigail White. 

V. Gkokge, b. Aug. 2, 170.3; d. Dec. fi, 1704. "* 

vi. Marit, b. Aui^. 23, 1705; m. an Knglish Hca-ctiptnii, . 

vii. Sar^mi, b. Dec. 24, 1707 ; m. Na tliat) t^ymo ndw of Haverhill. 

viii. Hannah, b. Feb. 5, 1709-10; ni. JameH Osgood. 

ix. Eli'/auktii, b. Sept. 10, 1712; d. July 8, 1713. 

X. John, b. Jan. 24, 1714; d. July 12, 1714. 

xi. Ann, b. May 4, 1717; m. Samuel, son of Jamea Ayer of Haverhill. 

5. Jons" (Thomaii,\Edwanl'), h. March 23, 1CH3 ; m. Mercy, dan. 
of John and Surali ( Forkius) Hradstreet, and gr.-diiu. of Gov. Siuion Brad- 
Btreet and of Rev. Williaiii Porkins. She d. Nov. 22, 172r>, in Norwich, 
Conn., and he m. there (2) May 31. 1726, Elizabeth, prob. dau. of Daniel 
and Elizabeth (Douglass) Dart. Children by first wife: 

i. John, b. Feb. 21, 1711-2 ; .-n. March 10. 1734, Deborah Peck of Lyme, 
Conn., whore he lived and had children ; Mary,'' Ju/m,^ Mary,'' Deb- 
orah,^ Nalhanitl," Eunice,'' Juseph,^ Lydia'' and Samuel,'' 

ii. Samuel, b. May 1, \1{X 

iii. Simon, b. June 4, 1715. 

iv. Margaret, b. July 16, 1716 ; prob. ra. Aug. 18, 1743, Zsbulon Wildes, 
Top.ifield, Mh. 

V., b. April 4, 1720; m. Sarah Hamlin of Norwich, and removed, 
with his lat!iHr-in-law, to C'arniel, N. Y. A numerous family comes 
fnmi him, of wiiom is the Rev. Hervey Crosby Hazeu, lately a mis- 
sionary in Imlia. and now minister in Spencer, N. Y. 

vi. Sarah, b. July 6, 1722. 

vii. Daniel, b. June 1, 1724. 

viii. Elizaiikth, b. Sept. 15, 1727. 

ix. Marv, b. Mav 18, 1729. 

X. Hannah, b. Juno 28, 1731. 

xi. Thomas, b. Feb. 12, 1732-3. 

xii. Hannah, b. May 18, 1736. 

To the line of this .John it is probable that the extensive families in New 
Jersey belong, from which offshoots are found in Pennsylvania, and in 
Walsingham, Ontario, Canada. Among its present representatives are 
Aliraiiam Ilazen, Esq., a successful uierchant on Broadway, New York, 
and the Hon. Abraham D. llazeii of Pennsylvania, nuvv Third Assistant 
Post Master General. 

The last two children, Thomas and Hannah, Axe sot here, as probably their 
true pla(!e in the line. The record of their liirth is found at Lyme, Conn., 
where the birth of Thomas is entered 1722-3; probably an error for 
1732-3. If the record is correct, the " ./J^/ih and /o/w, ./r.," of Lyme, at 
same date, are not father and son, and no place can he found for the 
father of this Tiioinas in the line; while if we assume this easy slip of the 
clerk's pen, — and clerks do make mistakes, — the dilllculty disappears, and 
these children fall into a sequence so natural as to constitute a strong proof 
of its correctness. 

6. Thomas' {Thomas.'' Edward^), m. Sept. 30, 1714, Sarah Ayer of 
Norwich. She d. Sept. IG, 1753, and he m. (2) Mrs. Elizabeth bacon. 
Children, all b. in Norwich : 

i. Sarah, b. Sept. 12, 1715. 

ii. Joseph, b. June 30, 1717; m. Deo. 8, 1740, Elizabeth Durkee of 
Norwich. He removed, alwuf, 1780, with hix sons, to (Jrand Isle, 
Vermont, where they were among the i)ioneet settlers, and where 
the family has been numerous and houoi-ed. 

iii. TnoMAB, b. Sept. .TO, 1719 ; m. March 7, 1749-3, Ann Tenney of Nor- 
wich. He lived in A'^oodbury, Conn., wiiero ho wnn a large pro- 
prietor in the part of the town which is now Washington. In 1 /74, 
ne removed to Harford, Vennotit, where most of his sixteen chil- 
dren married and Mettled. His land, or that of the family, extended 
acrosH the town along its north bound six miles, and included 10()0 
acres around the present village of West Hartford. He built in 1775 
the first two-story house in the town, in the north-cast corner on the 
Connecticut river road. It is still oecuitied, as it always has been, 
by his descendants, Asa,'' Allen,* and Charles Dana/ who is its 
present owner. He died Aug. 19, 1782. His posterity has Ijeen nu- 
merous, among whom have been the Rev. Austin,^ pastor in Hart- 
ford and iJerlin, Vt., father of the Rev. Allen, many years mission- 
ary in India; of Mrs. Stoddard, some time missionary in Persia, 
with her cousin, Austin Hazen Wright ; and of three other sons 
who are clergymen in Vermont and Connecticut ; the Rev. Jasper,* 
one of the oldest and most honored ministers and editors of the 
Christian denomination ; aiso Gen. William i?.,' of the U. S. Army, 
who distinguished himself under Shermnn in the War of the Rebel- 
lion, and particularly by his brilliant capture of Fort McAllester, 
near Savannah, on the " March to the Sea." The pastor of the 
Congregational Church, liillerica, Mass., and his namesake, the 
compiler of this article, are sons of the two Aliens above. 

iv. Alice, b. April 30, 1723. 

V. Martha, b. July 3, 1725; m. Dec. 4, 1751, Peter Ayer of Norwich, 

vi. Uannau, b. April 20, 1729 ; m. July 5, 1753, Jacob, son of Jacob and 
Hannah (Kingsbury) Hyde, of Haverhill, Ma.«s. 

vii. MosES, b. Dec. 1, 1731 ; d. July 11, 1812; m. Nov. 13, 1755, Elizabeth 
Merrill of Norwich. She d. Jan. 4, 1776, and he m. (2) Jan. 9, 
1783, Joanna Sampson of Norwich, who d. May 29, 1813. Many of 
his descendants still live in Norwich and a'^acent towns. 

7. Jacob' {Thomas*, Edward*), m. Oct. 27, 1719, Abigail 

Children, all b. in Norwich, Ct. : 

i. HowLET, b. Sept. 13, 1720 ; d. Feb. 12, 1721-2. 

ii. Abigail, b. July 27, 1789 ; m. March 12, 1710-1, Nathan Stedman. 

iii. Howi.KT, b. March 19, 1723-4; m. Sept. 6, 1748, Zeruiah Lord of 
Norwich. He eini";rttted to Wyoming, Pa., and bought 1100 
acres of land where Wilkesbarre now stands. He died in a year or 
two, about three months belbie the great Indian battle at Wyoming. 
Two of his sons went out with the five hundred to the battle, and 
returned with the fifty that escaped. They went buck to Connecticut. 

iv. Temperance, b. Aug. 26, 1727, m. Jedcdiah, son of Jabez and Rebecca 
(Leonard) Perkins. 

t. Jacob, b. Nov 30, 1729 ; m. Feb. 12, 1752. Mary Brett of Bridgewater, 
Mass., and had ten children, of whom Fredtrick^ b. Sept. 25, 1763, 
m. Sarah Stcdmen, lived in Tunbridge and Norwich, Vt., and 
West Springfield, Mass., and had thirteen children. Two of these 
were the Revs. Reubttn S. and James A., graduates of Yale College, 
and ministers in Massachusetts and Connecticut. The Rev. Reuben S. 
had seven children, of whom are the Rev. Timothy Allyn of Goshen, 
Conn., and the Rev. James King, Secretary of the Board of Publica- 
tion of tlie Priabyterian Church (South), at Richmond, Va. 

8. ioim* {Edward,* Edwari^^). His age at death, Nov. 19, 1756, 
would place his birth iu 1791. lie m. May 19, 1715, 8arah Nelson ; lived 
in Rowley. Children : 

i. Jbremiau, b. Feb. 20, 1715-0; m. Oct. 13, 1737, Sarah Adams. He 
d. of small pox, in Rowley, Jan. 5, 1779. Had children -.—Sarah,* b. 
July 23, 1738, who m. Nov. 28. 17«0, Jeremiah Chaplin ; and Mosfs,' 
h. Deo. 9, 1743, who m. Relwcca, and from whom came several 
families in New Hampshire, Andover, Wilmot, Sutton, Hillsboro' 
and Weare. 


ii. Sakah. b. March 17, 1718-9 ; d. Feb. 9, 1778. 
iii. Jane, b. June 17, 1723. 

9. nEN.r\MlN* {ICilwnrd* Edward}\ m. (1) in Groton, Mass., July 25, 
1717-lH, Elizftbctli, (laii. of JamcH mul Anne yiuiioljiinl i m. (2) April 2, 
1740, Hetty, (luu. of Daniel and Hannah Nutliug. Children, all bora iti 
Groton, Mass. : 

i. Emzaheth, b. Feb. 5, 1710 ; d. young. 

ii. Timothy, b. Sept. 11, 1720 ; d. voung. 

iii. EtNicK, b. Oct. '20, 1723 ; d. Nov. 14, l72b. 

iv. Hki'zidah, b. Feb. 19. 1731-5. 

V. Bkttv, b. Nov. .30, 1740 ; ni. Jonathan Foster, March 30, 1768 ; she d. 

Sept. 25, 1758. 
vi. Maiiv, b. Ajiril 2fl, 1743 : m. Jan. 9, 1772, Jacob, won of Rbenezer and 

Sarah Patch. She liiui 8 children, and d. Aug. 28, 1«28. 
vii. Bknjamin, h. lJec.7, 1745; m. Nov. 20, 1770, Lydia, dau! of Amoflaud 

Ilaiinnli (Nutting) Woods; d. 1820. 
viii. John, b. May 31, 1749. 
ix. David, b. Oct. 29, 1751 : m. Hannah. 
Z. EiiNiCK, b. April 30, 17.'J4 ; m. (I) Natlinniel, boh of Wil'iaiii iind 

Experience (Spaulding) Slmttuck, who d, April 15, 18l3,and slium. 

(2) Jan. 19, 1815, ThoamH lienuett. She d. July 9, 1844. 

10. Samukl* {Edward* Edward^). Note by Rov. ■Seth Chandler, of 
Shirley, Ma.s8. " In 1741), Samuel Ilazen purchased a farm in what was 
then called Stow-le;;, a .stniill strip of land soon after anMexe<l to Shiijey, 
forming its entire southern boundary. 'J'his estate, after many chang<^s and 
improvements, remains in posse».sion of the family of the fourth and fifth 
generations. He was chosen selectman at organization of the town in 
17o3, and hold the same ollice in after years. Few families pass thiough 
four generations like the Hazens of Shirley, maintaining such general good 
character and soslaining such unvariable thrift. A patient, faithful and 
honest industry, and a consistent ecouomy, are usually at the foundation of 
such success." Samuel m. Oct. 1, 172J, SarHh Harriman. She d. Aug. 1, 
1794, OB. 96. Their children were : 

i. Edward, b. May 20, 172t ; d. in R . 'ly, Jan. 10, 1736-7. 
ii. Samuel, b. Jiu 31, 172(5-7; d. •• Nov. 25, 1730. 

iii. Maroauet, b. Ji.n. 23. 1729-30 ; d. " Dec. 24, 17:«J. 

iv. hSARAH, b. April 9, IT^U ; d. " Dec. 20, 1730. 

V. Benjamin, b. April 22, 1734; d. •• Jan. 0, 1730-7. 

These children died of an epideiuic. 

vi. Edward, b. Oroton. Mass , May 2, 1738; irioved to Little FalLs, N. Y., 

in 1794 ; m. (1) Jan. 10, 1758, Sarah VViliard of Ijincnster, Mass. ; 

m. (2) .Mrs. (l)odt!;c^ batlirick, Lurenberg, Mass. ; d. 1796. A lamily 

in Swanzey, N. ll , comes of him. 
vii. Samuel, b. Slurley, ivJass., May 24, 1740 ; m. Elizabeth Little of Lunen- 

berg. Moss. He d. May 10, 1815. She d. Sept. 11, 1814, aj. 74. 

His .son Tiiomas was iiither of Jn^epb, now of Shirjcy, whose son 

Thomas JosL'ph, a merchant in Ba.ston, was preparing a Hazen (Jien- 

ealogy when he d. April 27, 1865. To his labors wo are indebted 

for valuable aid. 
viii. Eunice, m. (1) Joseph Farwell, and (2) Nathaniel Willard. 

11. IsKAEi.' [Edward,'^ Edward^), m. May 24, 1724, Haimah Chaplin 
of Rowley. She d. June 10, 1760, aged ^ib. He m. (2) June 18, 17(51, 
Mrs. Jane Harriman of Rowley. It seems probable that the following are 
the children by the first mr.rriage. 

i. Jacob, ra. Abigail, dau. of Amo.s and Margaret (Cogswell) Per1ey,and 

widow of William SpolForcTr — — ^ 

ii. Israel, d. Rowley, 1749. 
iii. AMos.d. " 1749. 


To tliin lino holoiig FIoTi. Nathan W. of Aiidovor, Mnos., and Mai-Hlmian W., 

D. C. 18(>(;. of IIOHIOII. 

1 2. Uioii A Kl>» ( RirhnnL^ h>hrard^ ). b. July 20, 1 05)0 ; gnifluat.Kl II. C. 
1717 ; lived in Havfrliiil, Muhs., and Ilunijmteud, N. 11. — onw of i\w pioiieem 
of tim Iiittrr town ; an cmirifint Hnrv(fyor. VVilh hJH hnttliMr Most's. ho was 
ono of \,\w first propriclors of I'ennycook, now ('onconl, N. II., aiul active 
in its 8t!tticnniit, ho niakiii;,' moHt of tho wirly survt'VH. In 17-11, ho Hrst 
surveyed the itoniidary lietwoon Mussachu.settH and New IlanipKliiro. His 
jimniiil. wliile inukin<r this Hurvey, will appear in the July nunii)cr of the 
KKOi.'i ri'.ii. He was one nf the I'rinee .Snl)MMil)ers ; was Uf:preHentiitive from 
Haverhill in 171'i. Died niddenly Oct. 18, 17of, on the road from llanip- 
stead to Haverhill. Ho m. Oct. 22, 171'.), Saiah, dau. of Kawn CleDient of 
Newbury, Ma«H. Their children, all i». in Haverhill: 

i. ilicmm), I), tlune 19, \'i'H\ m. Oct. •.'.!, 1741, M'riiiin, (li\u. of RoWt 
iiml Mary ((."oiirier) Hoy t, and had clillilrun : JRuhurd,'' ISalhanid," 
John'' iiiid Man/." 

11. Saiiau, h. F.;b. la, 17'^3-l; d. July i>9. 1740. 

ill. Makv, h. .March 10, IT'^.V-O; d. Nov. ."JO, 1737. 

iv. Ha,nn.*h, h. .Sept. 17, I7!i9; in. John Moore. 

T. N.\TUANiKi., b. July 'S3, iTU'i; d. Nov. IS). 17.17. 

vi. Ei.iZAiiKTU, I). Sept. Hi, ITM; m. Joweph Little of Nowhuryport. 

vii. Natuamki,. h. Dec. 0, 1737; d. l)co. 10, 174.5. 

viii. Makv, h. Feb -2, 1739-10 ; d. Sept. 10. Ih'Xi ; m. (1) nefyamin, non of 
Aloi-es and Small (.lii<'(|iies) Little of llaii\|intci\(l, N 11., anil bad six 
children, of whom Mary" m. \V'illii\ii> C'alef of lluni|)Htea(l,and Rich- 
ard Hdzm," went to (Jhelnea, Vt. Mr. Little d. April 18, 1777, and 
she m. {'2) Major Edward Moors of lliiverluU. 

18. MosKS* {Richard* Edward^), b. May IT, 1701 ; m. March 5, 
1727-H. Abijfail, dau. of John iunl Lydia (Gilnian) White . The Worship- 
ful William White, of Haverhill, was grandfather of John Whit«. Their 
children, born in Haverhill, vve'-e : 

i. AniciAiL, b. .inn. 7, 172H-9; m. Nov, 10, 1749, Moses Moors. Oen. 
lieiijuudn Moors, of Pluttsburjj, N. Y., was cheir son. 

ii. JouN, 1). .\i\%. 11, 1731 ; d. probal)ly in 1Iiiv(Miu1I, N, H., l)e(()ro the 
Kcvolntion. lie active in thu settlement of Hampstead, N. 11., 
and when the French and Indian war broke out, he dislioguislied 
hiuiwdf liy good service. In tlie Crown Point e.\iM.dition. 1757, he was 
Lieutenant in Cajjt. Jacob Huyley'.s company. Col. Meserve's rei.;iiuent 
from New Hampshire. In I7.5H, he was u Captain in Col. Mart's 
reftiinent; and in 1 7(50, held thu hhiiic rank in Col. (iofte's reftiment 
sent out for the invasion of Canada. Alter the war, he and his 
friend, Col. Ikylcy, joined in the enterprise which had long attracted 
the attention of the province, of wttling the rich Coos country, and 
became, in 17H1, the first settler of (.iraltoii County. N. II., at Haver- 
hill. Bayley occupied Newbury, on theoi)|)osite side of the Connec- 
ticut. th<; next sprinj; ; each naming his new town from his early 
liome. He la. Nov, .30, 17.52, Ann : .Swett, of Haverhill, who d. 
Sept. 29, 1765. They had Sarah,'' John,'' and two ohildren who d. in 
1759. Jiilinjj'- Nov. ^ JI5i[»j)'<^'"t vnXU his uncle NVilliam to N ew 
Brunswig JIvelLin Burtcm ; m. Sept. 2rT7t57, Priseilla. dau. of 
Dr. William and Priseilla (Leonard) McKiustry, and had twelve 
MosKS, b. June. 1 , 1733 ; d. Feb. 1, 1803, in Troy, N.Y. Like his brother, 
he wns in the French war, and distinguished himself under Wolfe on 
the Plains of Al)ruliain, where he was severely wounded. Alter the 
war he retired on half pny lor life in the British Army, and settled at 
^ St. Johns, Ciinnda, where he m. a French lady, tJharlotte liaSaussee, 
but had no oliildreu. When the Revolution came he joined the 


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Robert, win of / \^<)s Feimle y, of Dover, 
ilenToT Clilnmnton. urmries lliucn Pett«- 


patriot omi.w, Hncrifining tt lar({e ostnto nnd hm half pay for life, raised 
ft ri'n;iiiicnt of I'Brmiiians, winch WHS recruiled from all quart«ra att 
till' war poweded, and known vuriouHlv U8 " Conarewi'B Own " and 
" Miizen It Own." Tiie traitor Arnold lionore«f liirn hs iiawileiw 
chnrires of insubordination, but tlio record proves biH «tK)a conduct, 
and Fie wa.H Briipidier-Oeneral at the close of the war. lie rut a 
niilitnrjr road tiirouj(b northern Vermont, from I'eacham to Hazcn's 
Notch, in Montgomery, which Htill liearH his name 

Anna, b. July 30. 1735; m. !"■ 
N. ti., (me of the first Hettle 

Icy, a diKtintcuiBheii citizen of New IlampHliire, and Member of 
CongrcHH, Irt.l7-'rj3, wa« her jjrnndwon. 

Wii,i,(AM, b. July 17, 173H ; d. March 23, 18!4. Before the Revolution 
he leinovcd to New Hrufiswick, and from the estabiinhment of the 
Province wtt.s a momlicr of the Clovcrnor'H Council until \\\\ death. 
HewnMahirge landholder. Uo m. July 14, >*6I, Surah, dau. of 
I>r. Joseph and Sarah (Leonard) Lellaron, of JMyniouth, Mo-hb. 
They liad sixteen cliildien, of whom Eliuiklli^ m. the Hon. Ward 
C'liipman, H. (,'. 1770, Jud«o of the Supreme (>)urt and Acting <»ov- 
ernor of New HninHwick at bi.n death, in 1821 ; \m 8on, the Hon, 
Ward Chipman, LL.I),. H. f. IHO.'i, was the late (.'hief-Justice of 
the Province. William" was father of lion. Robert L. Huzen, Esq., 
Recorder of St, John, and a Senator of Canada. Charks" residtid in 
RoHton, and was father of .Mary Anne, wife of the Rev. Kdiuunil 
t\ Sialtcr (to whose admirable .Shifter Memorial we are indebted for 
pavticulnrs of tbi.'< line). Rn/ierl" was an odioer in the Knirlish army, 
and father of Robert F. Iliizcn, Esq., of St. Jolmn. Sarah Lowell" 
m. (I) ThomaH Murray, and (ii) William liotsford. late Jud^jeof the 
Supreme Court of Now Hrunswick, father of the Hon. Amoa E., a 
Senator of Canada ; the Hon. George, of r'redericton, and Dr. LeBar- 
ron, of St. 6*)\\m. Chtirlotlf" m. Gen. Sir John Foster Fitz Gerald, 
a menilier of the Briti-sh Parliament, whose dauH Charlotte m. Otto 
Leopold, Baron Von Ende, Chamberlain to the King of Saxony ; and 
Anne m. Sir Robert-Keith Arbuthnot, Baronet of Scotland. Frances 
Amelia" m. Col. Charles Prury, of the English Army, having sons 
Gen. Charles and Ward Chipnmu Drury, of St. Johns. 

Sarah, b. Nov. 1, 17—; m. Mtyor Nathaniel Merrill, of Haverhill, 

[ilcprintcd from the N. E. Histohicai, and Ghneilooioai, Rkoistoe for April, 1879.]