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CLARKE-CLARK GENEALOGY. 



RRGORDS 



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THE DESCENDANTS 



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PLYMOUTH, 1623— 1697. 



-COMPILED by- 



Rev. William W. Johnson, 



COMPILER OF ''RECORDS OF THE DESCENDANTS OF DAVID JOHNSON, 

OF LEOMINSTER, MASS." 

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PREFACE. 



' The stranger, or the citizen, who reverently and carefully 
walks among the ancient graves, on "The Burying Hill," at 
Plymouth, Mass., may read upon a memorial stone that marks 
the grave of one of the fathers, the following inscription: 

" Here lies buried ye body of Mr. Thomas Clark, aged 98 
years. Departed this 'life March 24, 1697." 

From this man, whose mortal resting place is thus kept in 
remembrance, and who severed the instinctive ties that bound 
him to his native land, and left, forever, all the sacred associa- 
tions of boyhood that clustered around his home in the old 
world, to assist in laying the foundation of a great republic in 
the new, an extensive and intelligent race have sprung, if not 
like the descendants of Abraham, numerous as the ''stars of 
heaven," yet great in numbers, and great in influence, as the 
following pages will show. 

From the hardy and pious ancestors, who established them- 
selves, in hardship, in hunger, in peril and in toil, on the wild 
and comparatively sterile shores of New England, many distin- 
guished families have descended, but not many of these can 
show a better record than the descendants of the mate of the 
Mayflower. Owing to the location of these descendants, in 
close proximity to the sea, many of them, like their great an- 
cestor, have spent life in the midst of ocean perils, but among 
them, all the varied avocations of life are well represented, the 
learned professions prominently appear, and art and science, in 
all their extensive domain, have but few abler advocates. 

In presenting this work to the numerous descendants of 
Thomas Clarke, of Plymouth, whose records are contained 
herein, the compiler desires to call attention to a few facts in 
connection with the work. 

In 1869, Mr. Samuel C. Clarke, now of Marietta, Ga., issued 
from the press of D. Clapp & Son, of Boston, Mass., a genea- 
logical pamphlet compiled with great research and care, en- 
titled, '' Records of some of the Descendants of Thomas Clarke, 
Plymouth, 1623-1697." 

In the year 1881, a desire was expressed by several of the 
descendants, for a revision and continuation of the work, and a 
correspondence arose between Mr. Clarke and the present com- 
piler, by which an arrangement was made that the latter should 
undertake the work, Mr. Clarke generously offering him the 
I pamphlet above referred to as the basis of a new work, assuring 

' him, also, that he would aid him in the collection of new rec- 

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ords. In accordance with this arrangement the work was com- 
menced, and the first eighteen pages of the said pamphlet, 
almost entire, will appear in the new work. During the past 
two years the compiler has put forth persevering efforts to col- 
lect, in a thorough manner, the records of the numerous 
branches of this great family, and he desires to say that he has 
received hearty co-operation and assistance from many who 
have manifested a deep interest in the movement, and, without 
personal mention, would extend his sincere thanks to all such, 
and to those, also, who have made the work interesting by lib- 
erally contributing the means to illustrate it with valuable por- 
traits. 

The general arrangement of the work is the same as the 
arrangement in the pamphlet of Mr. Clarke. Genealogical 
works have become numerous, and they appear in different 
forms, but the compiler has seen no form that he prefers to 
this. 

The records are presented in the order of the generations, and 
families of the same generation appear in connection in the 
book. The descendants are numbered in the regular order of 
descent, from the first to the last, and this descendant number 
is found on the right hand side of the page; and when any de- 
scendant becomes the head of a family the descendant number 
is placed before the name of that person, in connection with 
his family record, on the left hand side, and in its new location 
may appropriately be called the family number. Thus, if the 
reader desires to know anything more of a descendant in a 
future direction, he will turn forward until he finds his descend- 
ant number on the left; or, if he desires to see the record of the 
family of this descendant's father, he will note his family num- 
ber and turn back until he finds this number on the right. 
Thus the book, in its general arrangement, is an index to itself 

The compiler designs to give the birthplace and parentage oJ 
each descendant, not by having these facts appear with his 
name in connection with his own family record, but by refer- 
ring to the record of his father's family, especially when the 
children were all born in the same place. But there are some 
instances where birthplace was not given, and of course must 
be omitted. There are difficulties connected with the produc- 
tion of a genealogical work, which none, but those who have had 
experience in it, can fully know. The information, especially 
the later records, must be obtained by correspondence. Many 
letters must be written. Some will be promptly answered 
while others will remain unanswered, and a second, and some- 
times a third, must be sent before the desired information comes, 
if it comes at all. Meanwhile the compiler hopefully, and pa- 
tiently, must wait. With all the care and scrutiny that he car 
command to make the dates correct, there still will be some er- 
rors. Different members of the same family have sent to the 
compiler different birthdates of the same person. One of these 
must be used, it may be the right one, or it may be the wrong 



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one, he must use his own discretion and let it pass in that 
way. 

It may be appropriate to express a thought in regard to the 
spelling of the Clark name. By some of the descendants of the 
same ancestor it is spelled with the iinal e, and by others with- 
out it. Even the name of Thomas Clarke is spelled both ways. 
On his gravestone it appears without the final e, also in the 
name of Clark's Island. But this different spelling is not con- 
fined to the Clark name alone. Burk, Kirk, Wild, Wait, Brown, 
and others are spelled with the final e, as well as without it, and 
yet the identity of the name is not questioned. It seems to be 
a matter of taste more than of essentiality. 

In this work, the female branches of descent are traced, as 
fully and as extensively as the male branches. The descend- 
ants of a female ancestor, not bearing the patronymic name, are 
considered worthy of the same attention, as the descendants of 
a male ancestor But, without discussing the question in re- 
gard to the propriety of tracing the female lines in a genealog- 
ical work, we would refer our readers to the able discussion of 
this question, by Dr. D. P. Holton in his preface to the Winslow 
Memorial, Vol. I. 

The compiler is not a Clark descendant, but his children are 
Clark descendants; and betakes a deep interest in the work, and 
has neglected no means that would help to crown it with success. 
And he desires and expects, that the intelligent, the educated, 
the generous hearted, and the wealthy, whose records are foun J 
in the book, will give their patronage to it, to such an extent as 
will enable him to receive back the amount of money, which 
he has expended in the publication of the same, but for the per- 
jsevering labor which he has bestowed, he expects nothing but 
'the satisfaction of having given to the world the records of a 
race, ranking high among the descendants of a sterling and pious 
ancestry, who rescued New England from its pristine wildness, 
and made it the land of the free, and the home of the brave. 

North Greenfield, Wis., March 6, 1884. 



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INTRODUCTORY POEM. 



An ancestor of an ancient line, 

Who came with the Pilgrims o'er the brine, 

The captain's mate, (on a pilgrim bark,) 

Bearing the name of Thomas Clarke; 

At length became a man of renown, 

Among the settlers of Plymouth Town. ^ 

One of those men who the forest cleared' 

Or beneath its shade their cabins reared; 

Ready, with counsel and deeds w^as he. 

To make this land ''the land of the free." ^ 

In the wildness there, that round them stood. 

He joined in prayer with the just and good; 

In the trials great of that desert shore, 

His part with the rest he nobly bore ; 

And a loug and useful life was given, 

In which to prepare his soul for heaven. 

The years of a century, nearly passed 

Before he was called to breathe his last. 

He first looked out on the world's bright scene, 

In the quiet reign of the "Virgin Queen;" 

And he was living in manhood's prime, 

In the trying days of CromwelPs time; 

The scepter from James the Second had passed, 

And William the Third w^as crowned at last, 

And Thomas the Pilgrim, a pilgrim still — 

But, rested at length on ''The Burying Hill." 

And now as the tourists softly tread 

Among the graves of the ancient dead, 

On "Burying Hill," wiiere they laid his bones. 

To read the lines on the sculptured stones, 

"The body of Thomas Clark lies here" — 

(Laid in the grave in his ninety-ninth year,) 1/ 

On a time-worn stone will duly appear. " 

Now let us change the metre of our verse, 
And other facts in measured lines rehearse. 
The ceaseless pulse of ocean beats the same. 
As when our fathers from old England came; 
Upon the rock-bound shore the ocean rolls, 
As in those early days that "tried men's souls;" 
The winter storm drops down the drifting snow. 
As in the years departed long ago; 
The winding stream flows onward to the main. 
Bearing away the melted snow and rain. 
As then it flowed, within the ancient wood. 
When the wild native on its margin stood; 
And, overhead the twinkling orbs of light 
Bedeck, as then, the starry vault of night. 
The seasons, in their wonted order, come. 
As when the Pilgrim found his desert home; 






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THOMAS CLARKE.* 



^^~^ P X ^ The question whether Thomas 

C" h^fH^ g^dv^^O Clarke, of Plymouth, 1623- 

^* ^ ^ ^ ^ 1697, was one of the officers 

of the Mayflower in 1620, cannot now be settled with any 
certainty. General tradition among the descendants of the 
pilgrims, and particular tradition among the descendants of 
iThomas Clarke, bear testimony in the affirmative. 
I Thacher, one of the early historians of Plymouth, who was 
brought up among the descendants of the pilgrims, says of 
Thomas Clarke: "It is a well-received tradition that this an- 
riient man was the mate of the Mayflower, and the one who first 
landed on the island which bears his name. It may be con- 
jectured that he was considered merely an officer of the ship, 
md that he returned to England in her with Capt. Jones, and 
subsequently came over and settled in this town." — ll%8i. of 
Plymouth, 2d ed., p. 168. 

^ In confirmation of this tradition, we find in Palfrey's Historv 

■f New England (Vol. I., p. 171): "This land (on which the 

ilgrims first landed), was Clark's Island, in Plymouth harbor, 

id by Morton to have been afterwards so named from the 

ate of the Mayflower." 

Nathaniel Clarke, grandson of Thomas Clarke, of Plymouth, 

* Clarke— Clark. A learned person; one who could read or write. Mediaeval 
earers of this name were proud of it, hence its present frequency. In Domes- 
ay Book Clark was Clericus. (Lower's Dictionary of Names of the United King-- 
.om, London, 1860). 

M Notes on the Mayflower.— Rev. Joseph Hunter, of London, in his "Founders of 
! iew Plymouth " (London, 1854), mentions many vessels of this name in the 17th 
^ entury- eig-ht between 1618 and 1648. In the latter year, a vessel of this name, of 
' f>0 tons burden, was engaged in the slave trade between London, Africa and the 
'' i^est Indies. The Mayflower which brought the pilgrims, in 1630, was of only 180 
[ )ns burden, and she brought over another company of emigrants to Charleston, 
1 1630. It is true, as charged by some, that the Mayflower was a slave-trader, but 
A was not the immortal ship which brought the founders of NewEngland. The 
.^ jayflower left Plymouth, England, on Wednesday, the 6th of September, 1630, 
'' . S.), and anchored in Provincetown harbor November 11th, a voyage of sixty- 
k: days. The first landing on the main at New Plymouth was made on Monday, 
fecember 11th, O. S. (Mourt's Relation, Boston, 1865). 

The name of the master of the Mayflower was Jones. The master's mates, or 
lots, were Thomas Clarke and Robert Coppin. The editor of Mourt's Relation, 
enry M. Dexter, supposes that Clarke was the original pilot of the ship, and that 

!3ppin was transferred from the Speedwell, her consort, with her passengers, 
hen the latter vessel put back to Plymouth in distress, Robert Cushman having 
ritten to Leyden from Plymouth, June 11th, " We have another pilot here, one 
r. Clarke, who went last year to Virginia with a ship of kine." Mourt's Relation, 

\X What part of England Thomas Clarke came from, we know not. But we know 
i(Jat a large number of the first comers were from Essex county, and in Morant's 
'alistory of Essex, England (Boston Library), are mentioned the families of Apple- 
' In, Barrett, Blount, Battelle, Bateman, Clarke, Cheney, Clay, Curtis, Cole, Deane, 
peeman, Fuller and other well known New England names. 



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lived about 1726, in Lyme, Conn., and left descendants there. 
Among them the tradition has come down to the present day, 
that their first ancestor was mate of the Mayflower, and gave 
his name to Clark's Island, in Plymouth harbor. That tra- 
dition must have come from Nathaniel Clarke, who was 
seventeen years old when his grandfather, Thomas Clarke, 
died. Nathaniel Clarke, known as Counsellor Clarke, re- 
ceived from Andros, the royal governor, a grant of Clark's 
Island, probably because his father was the first to land] 
thereon.* On the other hand, James Savage, high author-'] 
ity, doubts. He says (Geneal. Diet., Vol. L, p. 401): "We 
can hardly doubt that the oldest survivor of that memor- 
able voyage must have been too well known to need a weak tra- 
dition to lean on." In ttis case the tradition, instead of being 
weak, was a strong and general one. In the absence of positive 
testimony, however, each one must decide the question for 
himself. 

The first appearance of our Thomas Clarke as a settler, is in 
July, 1623, when he arrived at Plymouth in the Anne, of 140 
tons, Wm. Peirce, master, among a company of forty -two adult 
passengers, besides children. He brought with him consider- 
able property, especially cattle, and had land allotted to him 
near Eel river, now Chiltonvilie, where he lived for a time. 

In 1627, Thomas Clarke was the only person of that name in 
Plymouth Colony. — Baylies^ Hist., Vol. !.■, p. 264. 

In 1640, Thomas Clarke is included in the list of 58 ''pur- 
chasers or old comers" in Plymouth. — Baylies' Hist., Vol. /., 
p. 309. 

In documents of the period he is sometimes called a car-'^ 
penter, sometimes yeoman, merchant, or gentleman. He seems 
to have been a good man of business, for [he was at one time' 
employed to audit the accounts of Plymouth Colony, and was". 
Representative to General Court in 1651 and 1655. In the taxf 
list of the Colony for 1632, Thomas Clarke is put down at £lf 
4s. Od., there being 12 of the 90 only assessed higher than he.r 
In the list of the men of the Colony, able to bear arms in 1643,"^ 
we find Thomas Clarke. — (N. E. Hist, and Gen. Register, July* 
1850.) He married, for his first wife, Susan, daughter of widow ^ 
Mary Ring, of Plymouth, somewhere about 1(j34, since in hei " ; 
will dated Oct., 1633, Mrs. Ring mentions her daughter Susan^ 
as being unmarried. t All Thomas Clarke's children were prob- '' 



* Clark's Island received its name from Clark, the master's mate of the May 
flower, who first took possession of it, Dec. 8, 1630. There is a tradition that Ed ' 
Dotey, a younj? man, attempted to leap first on the island, but was severelj - 
checked for his forwardness, that Clark mi^ht first land, and have the honor ot 
giving his name to the island, which it still retains. My authority for this tradi.' ' 
tion is Mr. Jos(.>ph Lucas, who.se father was great-grandson of Edward Dotey.— - 
Thacher's History of Plymouth, p. 360. 

+ (VVill of Mary King, (From N. E. Hist, and Gen. Register Jan. 1850) Oct. 38, 1633. ^ 
I, Mary King, being sicke in body; but of perfect memory, thanks be to God, do - 
make this my last will. To Andrew my sonne— to daughter Susan— to Stephen 
Deane's cliilde La daughter]; to my daughter Eliza Deaue; to Mrs. Warren as a ' 
token of love a woddon cupp— son-in-law Stephen Deane— I appoint Samuel Ful- a 
ler and Thomas Blossom my overseers. MARY" KING. i 

Following is an inventory of her estate. This Stephen Deano built the first ^ 
grist mill in 1633; this was near Billingtou's Sea, where he had a house.— Thach- 
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ably of this marriage. Between 1655 and 1660, he removed to 
Boston, where he lived in the vicinity of Scottow's Lane (from 
Ann St. N. W. to Creek Lane), and when his son Andrew mar- 
ried Mehitable, daughter of Thomas Scotto, Thomas Clarke 
gave him a house in that region. Thomas Clarke married, for 
his second wife, Mrs. Alice Nichols, daughter of Richard Hal- 
lett, in Boston, in 1664. When his son Andrew removed to 
Harwich, Thomas Clarke seems to have followed him, as he and 
Andrew were among the earliest proprietors of that town. In 
his latter days he was much with his daughter, Susanna Loth- 
rop, at Barnstable. Thomas Clarke was a deacon of the Plym- 
outh church from 1654 to 1697, the year of his death. He died 
, in Plymouth, and was buried on the summit of the Burying Hill, 
which commands a view of the harbor into which he is sup- 
' posed to have brought the first English vessel, and the island 
I on which he landed 77 years before. His gravestone is still to 
be seen, with the following inscription: — 

' Here lies buried ye body of Mr. Thomas Clark, aged 98 years. 
Departed this life March 24th, 1697. 

Thomas Clarke, the pilgrim and his sons spelled their name 
with the final e, but it seems to have been dropped by many of 
'the family in the third generation, perhaps from the fact that 
his name given to the island, and inscribed upon his gravestone, 
appears without the final e. 

The following extracts from the Old Colony records throw 
some light upon the manners and customs of those times, as 
iwell as upon the character of Thomas Clarke. 



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THOMAS CLARKE, PLYMOUTH. 

1633. Took the Freeman's oath. 

Was assessed for the Colony tax, £ 4s. Od. 

1634. Takes Wm. Shuttle as apprentice for 11 years. At end 

of time T. C. was to give him 2 suits of clothes and 
8 bushels of corn. 

1637. Thomas Clarke heads the list of volunteers to act 

against the Pequin Indians.* Is mentioned as 
Thomas Clarke, yeoman, of Eel river. 

1638. A tract of land called Slowly Field is granted to T. C. 

He is presented to the Court for stopping the high- 
way to Eel river. 

1639. Simeon Trott agrees to serve Thomas Clarke for 7 

years, he to receive a calf and 12 bushels of corn at 
end of time. 
1639. Abraham Pierce sould to Thomas Clarke one acre of 
land lying on ye S. side of ye towne abutting on 
Hobb's hole with one end, and bounded on ye one 
side with the ground of Ralph Wallen, on the other 



, [si *Pequin Indians— Old Colony Records— Probably Pequots, a warlike tribe, who, 
ijoDout this time, attacked the new Colony on the Connecticut river, and were 
,a([vv}arly destroyed by the Connecticut troops under Col. John Mason, and the Mas- 
j5a:5aehusetts men under Capt. Underhill. 






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side with common ground, for the sum of 30 pounds 

of good merchantable tobacco, to him and his heirs 

forever. 
1639. T. Clarke is fined 30s. for selling a pair of boots and 

spurs for 15s., which he bought for 10s. 
1641. He is constable and surveyor of highways for the 

years 1642, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 
1644. Thos. Clarke sells 12 acres of land at Duxbury for 

one Dutch cow, valued at £6. 
Has a suit with Matthew Fuller, which T. C. gains. 
Has a suit with Wm. Powell, which T. C. gains. 
1648. Has a suit with Gromes, which is settled by T. 

C. receiving 14 bushels of wheat and 5 bushels of 

corn. 
1650. Thomas Clarke is allowed to draw and sell a cask of 

strong waters. Is one of the Committee of Plym- 
outh Colony. 
1652. Is presented for staying and drinking at James Cole's 

— acquitted. 

1654. Is on a Committee to raise means to fit out an expe- 

dition ordered by the Lord Protector. 

1655. Is presented to the court for taking £6 for the use of 

£20 for one year — acquitted. 
The difficulty of tracing the history of our Thomas Clarke is 
much increased by the fact that there are twelve persons of the \ 
name to be found in the N. E. records, between 1623 and 1680, ' 
viz: — 

1623.— Thomas Clarke, of Plymouth. i" 

1636. " " of Boston, merchant and major of ar- ' 

tillery — a wealthy man. ;•" 

1638. " " of Newport, R. I. '; 

1640. " " of Boston, blacksmith. f 

1644. " " of Boston, merchant, lived in Summer,^ 

street. 

1645. " " of New Haven, Connecticut. 
1650. " " of Lynn. 
1658. " " of Reading. 
1674. " '' of Ipswich. 
1674. " " of Scituate, supposed to be a son o 

Thomas Clarke, of Plymouth. 
1677. " " of Chelmsford. 

1680. " " of Charlestown. 

In the Boston "Book of Possessions" two persons of thif 
name are mentioned as land owners in Boston. i 

There is a deed on record, dated Oct. 6, 1668: — "Henry Kimi 
ball, Vjlacksmith, of Boston, to Thomas Clarke, sometime oi 
New Plymouth, merchant, for £140— all his piece or parcel o 
ground lying and being near the lesser draw-bridge nearShelte 
Creek, in Boston, 24 feet in breadth in the rear, and in front 2 
feet, and extended in length with the wharf and warehouse 
these being a part of said ground." 



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Extract from Deed of Gift of Thomas Clarke to son Andrew 
jClarke, Boston, June 18, 1673: — 

"I the said Thomas Clarke for divers good causes and valuable 
considerations me thereunto moving, but especially in consider- 
ation of my parental love and affection unto my well beloved 
son Andrew Clarke, and also in consideration of his filial affec- 
tion and dutiful carriage unto me, I do give, grant, etc., all that 
my house and ground lying and being in Boston, that I received 
from the estate of John Nichols by virtue of a judgment granted 
me at the Court of Assistants sitting in Boston, March 5th, 
)1672, which house and ground is bounded by the street that 
(goeth from the mill bridge to Charles river, northwest is the 
ifront of said ground, and is there in breadth 22 feet 6 inches, and 
on the northeast with the garden of Mr. John Clark, and is 
there in length towards John Nichols 48 feet, which line from 
John Clark's garden towards Wakefield's house takes in one half 
of the wall, etc., etc." 

In the collection of relics at Forefather's Hall, Plymouth, is 
a china mug and leather wallet bearing the name of Thomas 
Clarke. 



Thomas Clarke married, first, Susanna, daughter of Mary 
Ring, 1634, and second, widow Alice Nichols, of Boston, 
^daughter of Richard Hallett, 1664. 

* He must have been at the time of his death the Patriarch of 
^;he colony. Born in 1599, the same year with Cromwell, and 
jour year^j before the death of Queen Elizabeth, he lived through 
I 'he reigns of James L, Charles I., the Commonwealth, the Pro- 
tectorate of Cromwell, the reigns of James II., and Charles II., 
'Villiam and Mary, and a great part of the reign of William 
' II. He died three days before the decease of Governor Simon 
. ^radstreet, at Salem, who was called the Patriarch of that colony, 
hough he was four years younger than Thomas Clarke, having 
been born in 1603. 



CHILDREN, SECOND GENERATION. 



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Andrew, 



b. 1635?* 
b. 1637? 
b. 1639? 



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II. James, 

III. William, 

IV. Susanna, b. 1641. 

V. Nathaniel, b. 1643. 

VI. John, b. 1645 or 1651 



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There was a Thomas Clarke living in Scituate in 1674, who 
has been supposed to have been the eldest son of Thomas 



( * These dates are conjectural, as I have not been able to find any record of the 
Dlrths of the three eldest sons of Thomas Clarke. It is probable, I think, that 
* p.iidrew was the eldest, as he appears to have received the larg-est share of his 
,ather's g"Oods. On the other hand James and William married many years be- 
fore Andrew, which looks as if they were the oldest. We have the dates of birth 
p^i Susan and Nathaniel Clarke. As for John, if he was the same man who testi- 
.?a*J in 1681 that he was thirty years old, he must have been born about 1651. 



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Clarke, the Pilgrim. So says Dean in his History of Scituate.* 
Savage doubts it. There is a copy of a Deed of Gift from Thomas 
Clarke (dated June 6, 1693) to his sons and grandsons, in the 
possession of Lot Clark, Esq., of Dorchester, which throws 
light on this question. In this deed he makes gifts of land to^^ 
his sons Andrew, William, James, Nathaniel and John, giving r 
a larger share, however, to Andrew. He gives land to Andrew's/ 
sons Thomas^ Scotto and Nathaniel, a larger share to the eldest '^ 
grandson Thomas — all which was in conformity to the customs i 
of the period, by which a larger share fell to the eldest son. P 
This entire omission of the name of Thomas seems to be goodi 
evidence that he had no son of that name; and that Andrew r 
was the eldest and favorite son, is shown by his having a larger/ 
share than the others. Daughter Susanna is not mentioned inj^ 
these gifts of land, but this probably arose from the strong de-P 
sire entertained by the early settlers to keep the land in the^^ 
name,t which could only be done by leaving it to sons, and en-'^ 
joining it upon them not to sell it out of the family, which 
Thomas Clarke does in this document. This was a notion ^ 
brought from England, where position and respectability fol- f 
low the ownership of land, more than any other kind of prop- 
erty. In a Deed of Gift from John Fuller, of Newton, to his'^ 
sons, the same thing is enjoined upon them. Thomas Clarke, 
being evidently a man of considerable property for those timeSjP 
probably made his only daughter, Susanna, amends in other( 
ways for omitting her name in the distribution of his landed? 
estate. ^ 

2. ANDREW CLARKE, of Plymouth, son of Thomas^ 
Clarke, born 1635, removed to Boston, and married, in 1671 j 
Mehitable, daughter of Thomas Scotto. His name is found ir 
the tax-lists of Boston for 1674. He lived in Scotto's Lane 
where his father bought him a house, and he carried on the 
shoe business. He was Assistant Counsellor, and several times ^ 
Representative to the General Court. Finally he removed to 
Harwich, of which town he and his father were among the^ • 
c riginal proprietors, in 1694. He died there in 1706. Mehit- 
able Scotto, daughter of Thomas and Joan (Sanford) Scotto,"^ 
was baptized February 11, 1649. 

CHILDREN, THIRD GENERATION. 



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Thomas, 


b. 


July 10, 1672. 


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II. 


Susanna, 


b. 


March 12, 1674. 


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III. 


Andrew, 


b. 


1678. 


10 I 


IV. 


Scotto, 


b. 


1680. 


11 


V. 


Nathaniel, 


b. 


1682. 


12 


VI. 


Mehitable, 


b. 


Dec. 8, 1686. 


13 , 



* Thomas Clarke was in Scituate in 1674. Ho came hither from Plymouth, and' 
was probably the son or f?ranflson of Thomas Clark, mate of the Mayflower, 1630. ^ 
He married Martha Curtis 1676, and had: Thomas, Joseph, David, Samuel, Na- 
thaniel, Mary, Deborah, Rachel, Anne, Charity, Mary, born from 1676 to 1704. His-' 
son Thomas married Alice Rog-ers, 1705; and, Alice Parker 1719. Had Thomas. 'j- 
John, Mary, Joseph, and Seth.— Dean's History of Scituate, p. 334. " ' 

t The early law of inheritance in the Plymouth (\)lony was, "that they do dei 
scend according to the commendable custom of England, and as they hold <.p-| 
East Greenwich."— Baylies' History, Vol. I., p. 239. ^ , 

-lelt 

JUt i 




— 15— 



I iThe family of Scotto, or Scottow, as it is sometimes written, 
^^s of some note in the early history of Boston. They came 
rbm Norwich, Norfolk County, England, and were cabinet- 
r akers by trade. The family consisted of the widow, Thoma- 
■ ne Scotto, and her two sons — Thomas, born 1612, and Joshua, 
j3rn 1615. She was admitted to the First Church in 1634; 
;,fer sons in 1639. 

fl Thomas Scotto had a house and garden in School street, 

^hich he sold in 1645 for £55. It joined th^ Burying Place on 

lie east, and seems to have included the same property which 

I bis great-great-grandson, Samuel Clarke, owned and occupied 

' l33 years after, which estate remained in the family till about 

l|825, when it was sold to the city by Dr. Samuel Clarke, and 

now forms part of the City Hall Square. 

1 In the " Book of Possessions," Thomas Scotto is put down as 

I Iwner of house and garden in School street, four acres of land 

it Muddy river (Brookline), and a marsh at the same place. 

He died in 1661. Will dated March 9, 1660, Thomas Clarke, 

Jvitness. Property appraised at 250 pounds sterling. — N. E. 

Hist, and Gen. Register , Vol. X, p. 862. 



i 



I 



it 



^ Thomas Scotto was overseer of graves, gates and fences m 

644, and we find the following in the Town Records, February, 

.646: ''Thomas Scotto to see yt ye graves be digged five foot 

ieep." — Drake^s History of Boston, p. 302. 

' Joshua Scotto was one of the founders of the South Church, 

^ ^n 1662. He was, by commission, from James II., Chief Justice 

if the Court of Common Pleas for the Province of Maine, 1687. 

, fie was author of two tracts, one printed in 1691, called " Old 

\ tien's Tears,"* the other a narrative of the " Planting of the 

[' ^lassachusetts Colony," printed in Boston, 1694, by Benjamin 

jiarris, at the sign of the Bible. This last has been reprinted 

Ji the Massachusetts Historical Coll., 4th series. Vol. IV. 

t'oshua Scotto's house was in Sudbury street, and he died Jan- 

aary 20, 1698, aged 83. 

J I The family is said to trace back to the year 1120, and the 

name was originally Scot-howe, which signifies a portion on the 

hillside. In the early records it is written variously, Scotto, 

Scottoe, Scottow and Scottoa. Joshua spelled his name Scotto. 

Children of Thomas and Joan (Sand ford) Scotto. 



I. 


Thomas, 


b. 


Feb. 


16, 


1642. 


11. 


John, 


b. 


March 1, 


1644. 


III. 


Mehitable, 


b. 


Dec. 


14, 


1648. 


IV. 


Joshua, 


b. 


Oct. 


5, 


1655. 


V. 


Sarah, 


b. 


Aug. 


1, 


1657. 


VI. 


Thomasine, 


b. 


July 


25, 


1659. 


The name has for many years 


been extinct in Boston. 



"-^ *The following- extract is a lamentation for the state of the Colony: "The 

^)ld puritan garb and g-ravity of heart and habit lost and ridiculed into strange 

Vjind fantastic fashions and attire— the vii-g-in's dress and matron's veil turned into 

^i(j)Owdered fore-tops, and top-g-allant's attire, not becoming the Christian, but the 

acomedian assembly— so now we may, and must say, New England is not to be 

found in New England, nor Boston in Boston." 



Mlilariai 



16 — 

3. JAMES CLARKE, of Plymouth, (born 1636); marri^l 
Abigail, daughter of Rev. John Lothrop, of Barnstable, Oct. 
1657. Was made freeman in 1670, appears often on juries froi^i 
1657 to 1670. In 1668 he brought suit for defamatio^i againi>t 
Sarah Barlow and Mary Bartlett, for reporting "that they sa^ ^ 
him kisse his mayd on the Lord's day." They were fined te h 
shillings each. In 1671, he was one of those chosen to asse^^ 
damages for injury done to Indians by the horses and hogs 
the English. * 

CHILDREN, THIRD GENERATION. 

I. Thomas, married Rebecca Miller, of Yarmouth, 1682; ha 

children: 1. Susanna, born Feb. 21, 1684, 

2. Thomas, born Dec. 25, 1685. 

His wife Rebecca died April 4, 1688; married Feb. 12 
1690, 2nd wife, Elizabeth Crow; had: 

3. Josiah, born Dec. 15, 1690. 

4. Elizabeth, born July 12, 1692. 

Wife Elizabeth died Nov. 1695; married in 1697, 3d wife, 
Susanna Miller, of Yarmouth; had: 

5. Rebecca, born June 2, 1698. 

6. Anna, born Jan. 24, 1700. 

7. Abigail, born Dec. 17, 1701. 

8. Sarah, born Feb. 10, 1704. 

II. Susanna married Samuel Cornish Oct. 27, 1692. 

III. Abigail married John Sutton, June 6, 1693. 

4. WILLIAM CLARKE, son of Thomas, born 1639; married 
Sarah Woolcot, of Plymouth, March 1, 1659. He lived in a garri- 
son house by Eel river, which wa^ surprised by the Indians on a 
Sunday, March 12, 1676, while he was at church. His wife, sev- 
eral of his children, and some other persons, eleven in all, were 
killed in this attack, which is said to have been the only seri- 
ous one ever made on the settlement. A son of William Clarke, 
named Thomas, was left for dead, but afterwards recovered, and 
had a silver plate put over his exposed brain, by the celebrated 
surgeon Dr. John Clarke, of Boston. He ever afterwards was 
known as "Silver-headed Tom." 

In July 1676, two hundred Indians surrendered themselves 
to the Plymouth Governor, and were pardoned, mth the excep- 
tion of those who hadbeen concerned in the slaughter at Clarke's 
garrison at Plymouth; these were put to death. — Baylies^ His- 
tory. 

The colony records give the names of these Indians, and state 
that they were decapitated. 

William Clarke seems to have been an active and enterpris- 
ing man, having extensive operations in lands, etc., as appears 
by the colony records. In 1670, William Clarke and Edward 
Gray, of Plymouth; Richard Bourne and William Swift, of 
Sandwich; Thomas Hinckley and Thomas Huckins, of Barn- 
stable; Samuel Sturgis, of Yarmouth, and John Freeman, of 



/ 

Eiistham, formed a company to engage and regulate the mak- 
in^gnnd disposing of all the tar made in the colony, at the 
piiice of eight shillings for every small barrel, and twelve 
shillings for every great barrel, during the full term of two 
years. 

1 In 1679, Joseph and Barnabas Lothrop, of Barnstable; Kenelm 
Winslow, of Marshfield; and William Clarke, of Plymouth, as 
the agents of thirty partners, purchased for the sum of £200, the 
remainder of the lands not already granted, between Dartmouth 
on the west, Plymouth purchase on the east, and Middleboro' 
and Plymouth on the north, "to be settled in four years with 
an Orthodox Ministry." These grants include the present towns 
of Rochester and Marion. — Baylies' History. 

I In 1684, William Clarke hires the bass tishing at Cape Cod, of 
the town of Plymouth, at £30 a year. — Plymouth Records. 

In 1697, he received a grant of land from the town of Plym- 
outh, where he was living in 1714. 

1682, "The Court have agreed with Mr. William Clarke, of 
Plymouth, to provide suitably for the Governor and Magis- 
trates diet, lodging, etc., in the County House at Plymouth, for 
four Courts, viz: October, March, June, and July, and to pay 
him forty pounds in money for the same; if it shall happen that 
the General Court be adjourned, or special courts called within 
the time of the year, he is to be allowed for those Courts accord- 
ing to his just account." — Records. 

William Clarke was deputy in 1674, 1680, 1681. Was a select- 
man for many years. He married for 2d wife, March 7, 1677, 
Hannah Griswold. She died in 1687, aged 29 years. Third 
wife, Abiah Wilder, Aug. 3, 1692. There is a gravestone on 
Burying Hill, to the 2d. wife, but none to the others, or to him- 
self. 

CHILDREN, THIRD GENERATION. 

I. Thomas, b. 1660. 

II. Sarah, b. June 19,. 1678; m. Rev. Ephraim Little of 

Marshfield, Nov. 29, 1698. 

III. William, b. June 7, 1682; m. 1707, Bethia Mayhew, of 

Martha's Vineyard. 

IV. Nathaniel, b. June 1, 1684. 

V. Samuel, b. Dec. 8, 1687; d. April 2, 1763. 

VI. Hannah, b. Aug. 2, 1697. 

5. SUSANNA CLARKE, daughter of Thomas Clarke, born 
in Plymouth, 1641; married, Nov. 3, 1658, Barnabas Lothrop, 
of Barnstable. He was the son of Rev. John Lothrop, first 
minister of Barnstable, formerly of Egerton, Kent, England, a 
graduate of Oxford and a man of learning. Among his de- 
scendants are Rev. John Lothrop and Rev. S. K. Lothrop, of 
Boston. Barnabas Lothrop was the first Judge of Probate for 
■ Barnstable County. She died Sept. 28, 1697, aged 55. 



— IB- 
CHILDREN, THIRD GENERATION. 

John Lothrop, b. Oct. 7, 1659; d. April, 1666. p 
" b. Dec. 18, 1660. \ 

b. Mar. 22, 1662; m. Hannah Chijp- 

man, 1713. f 

b. Feb. 1664. 1 

b. Nov. 23, 1669. ' 

b. June 25, 1671; m. Sam'l Smith, 1690. 

b. Aug. 10, 1673; m. Eben Lewis, 1691. 

b. Mar. 7, 1674: d. 1675. 

b. June 27, 1676'; d. 1677. 



I. 


John L( 


11. 


Abigail 


III. 


Barnabas 


IV. 


Susanna 


V. 


Nathaniel 


VI. 


Bathshua 


VIL 


Anna 


VIII 


. Thomas 


IX. 


Mercy 



a 
u 



6. NATHANIEL CLARKE, of Plymouth, born 1643. He 
was educated in the law office of Secretary Morton, and was 
known as Counsellor Clarke. He was appointed Secretary of 
the colony by Sir E. Andros, in 1686, and shared in the unpop- 
ularity of that officer, so much so, that when Sir Edmund was 
sent to England a prisoner, Nathaniel Clarke was sent with 
him. He soon, however, returned to Plymouth, a favorite with 
the Court of England, and continued the practice of the law. 
His house was on the main street, the same afterwards occupied 
by Judge Thomas. Andros made him a grant of Clark's 
Island, which the people refused to confirm, and he failed of 
securing the property. 

He married Dorothy Lettice Gray, widow of Edward Gray, 
a rich merchant of Plymouth, but they did not live together 
comfortably, and after much scandal she left him; but after- 
wards, says James Thacher, returned to live with him. He 
died without issue, Jan. 31, 1717, and was buried on Burial 
Hill, where his gravestone may yet be seen. She died in 1728, 
aged 80. 

7. JOHN CLARKE, of Plymouth, born 1645, married 
Mary Benjamin, Aug. 16, 1695. He lived afterwards at Barn- 
stable, then at Yarmouth, where he taught a school, being a 
well-educated man. 

" Mr. John Clarke was schoolmaster in Yarmouth in 1701, 
and besides his salary he was furnished with a horse, the school 
being movalle fiom one village to another." — Freeman'' s Hid. of 
Cape Cod, Vol. II., p. 206. 

The Plymouth Records say that John Clarke, in 1681, testi- 
tied that he was then about 30 years old ; but whether this was 
the son of Thomas Clarke, the pilgrim, is a question. He died 
at Yarmouth, Aug. 16, 1705, aged 60. 

CHILDREN, THIRD GENERATION. 

I. John, b. Nov. 16, 1697. 

Mr. Lot Clark's MSS. tell us that John Clarke, of Plymouth, 
married, May 14, 1695, Rebecca Lincoln, of Hingham, and had". 



19 — 



I. James, b. March 12, 1696. 

II. Abigail, b. July 31, 1698. 

III. John, b. SeDt. 1, 1701. 

IV. Joseph, b. Jan. 26, 1704. 

V. Margaret, b. 

VI. Mary, b. Jan. 12, 1711. 

This John Clarke died Jan. 19, 1712. His wife was made 
administrator June 20, 1712, and names children as above, and 
that five of them were under 14 years of age. Mr. Lot Clark 
thinks that this John was son of the first James, but I have no 
record that James Clarke had a son called John. He also 
thinks that the Yarmouth schoolmaster was not the son of 
Thomas Clarke, the pilgrim. 

8. THOMAS CLARKE, of Harwich, born 1672, in Boston. 
He went to Harwich with his father about 1694, and in 1699 
was made high constable of that town; became a member of 
the church in 1701, and was a selectman from 1704 to 1710. 
Was Representative to General Court from 1715 to 1723, and 
trustee for the town debt of £50,000. He and his father, An- 
drew Clarke, were large land owners, and their property is said 
to have extended across the Cape from sea to sea. Through 
their land ran Stony and Bound brooks, on which they had 
mills. A long and expensive lawsuit for these mill privileges, 
with the Winslow family, is said to have impoverished Lieut. 
Thomas Clarke. His descendants, however, continued to be 
large proprietors in the vicinity, which was called Setucket. 

Lieut. Thomas Clarke married, first, Sarah , in 1699; 

second, Patience (Hall) Rider, Dec. 14, 1743. He died Nov. 
18, 1759, aged 88. She died Aug. 10, 1756, aged 76. 



CHILDREN, FOURTH GENERATION. 



I. 

II. 

IIL 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 



Thomas, b. 
Sarah, b. 
Roland, b. 
Mehi table, b. 
Susanna, b. 
Hannah, b. 
Thankful, b. 



1700 
1702 
1703 
1704 
1705 
1706 
1707 



VIII. Seth, b. May 9, 1709 

IX. Isaac, b. Aug. 18, 1710 

X. Content, b. Apr. 23, 1712 
XL Elizabeth,b. 1714 
XII. Mary, b. 1714 



m.Priscilla Paddock, 1722. 14 
m. Edward Bangs.* 15 

m. Lydia Dillingham,1724. 16 
m. Joshua Bangs. 17 

m. Samuel Hallet, 1727. 18 
m. Jonathan Lincoln. 19 

m.Thomas Hopkins, 1727.t 20 
m. Huldah Doane, 1727. 21 
d. young. 



d. Apr. 24,1715. 

m. Edmund Freeman. J 



22 
23 
24 
25 



* 15. SARAH CLARK, b. 1T02; m. Edward Bangs Feb. 11, 1720. 

CHILDREN, FIFTH GENERATION. 

L Benjamin Bangs, b. June 24, 1721. 

n. Elizabeth " b. Mar. 6, 1723. 

III. Sarah " b. July 29, 1727. 

IV. Elkanah ♦' b. Mar. 31, 1732. 



— 20- I 

9. SUSANNA CLARKE, daughter of Andrew Clarke, born 
1674; married John Gray, of Harwich, 1690. She died March 
31, 1732, aged 58. 



CHILDREN, FOURTH GENERATION. 



I. 

II. 
IIL 
IV. 
V. 

VI. 

VIL 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

XL 

XII. 

XIII. 



Susanna Gray 



Hannah, 
Thomas, 
Edward, 
Samuel, 



u 
u 
a 

u 



Sarah, 

Lydia, 

Mehitable, '' 

Andrew, 

Ann, 

Elisha, 

Joshua, 

Anna, 



(( 



a 






m. N. Sears in 1712; m. 2d. Chill- 

ingworth Foster, and d. 1730. 26 
b. 1693. 27 

b. 1695. 28 

m. Hannah Godfrey, July 3, 1727. 29 
b. 1700; m. Alice Prime, Sept. 13, 

1731. 30 

b. 1704; m. W. Freeman, 1724. 31 
b. 1706. 32 

m. John Dillingham, 1726; d. 1738. 33 
b. 1709. 34 

b. 1710. 35 

b. 1712. 36 

b. 1718. 37 

b. Nov. 30, 1714; m. Thacher Free- 
man, 1732. 38 



10. ANDREW CLARKE, 2d, of Harwich, born 1678; mar- 
ried Elizabeth Winslow, Aug. 9, 1711. 

CHILDREN, FOURTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Mehitable, 


b. 


Aug. 


29, 


1712. 


39 


11. 


Elizabeth, 


b; 


May 


25, 


17 1 4 ; died young. 


40 


III. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


Jan. 


18, 


1716. 


41 


IV. 


Thankful, 


b. 


Nov. 


18, 


172L. 


42 


V. 


Eunice, 


b. 


Oct. 


28, 


1724; m. Samuel Foster, 
Feb. 25, 1775. 


43 


VI. 


Hannah, 


b. 


Jan. 


13, 


1726. 


44 



11. SCOTTO CLARKE,, of Harwich, born 1680; married, 

in 1706, Mary . He is styled in deeds, "Scotto Clark, 

miller." 



+ ao. THANKFUL CLARK, b. 170Y; m. Tomas Hopkins, June 15, 1727. 

CHILDREN, FIFTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah Hopkins, b. Sept. 35, 1739. 

II. • Jonathan " b. Sept. 3i, 1731. 

III. Eikanah " b. Mar. 30, 17^5. 

$35. MARYCLAttK, b. 1711; rn. Elinund Fraomin, Oct. 7, 1731 

CHILDREN, FIFTH GENERATION. 

I. Hannah Freeman, b. Oct. 35, 1733. 

IT. Edmund " b. Oct. 10, 173i. 

IIL Scotto •' b. Feb. 30, 1736. 

- IV. Mary ♦' b. June 12. X739. 



— 21 — 

CHILDREN, FOURTH GENERATION. 

I. Andrew, b. Dec. 1, 1707; m. Bethia Hall, 1729.* 45 

XL Scotto, b. Nov. 8, 1709. 46 

III. Mary, b. April 7, 1712. 47 

IV. Joseph, b. Jan. 8, 1714. ) ..^ 48 

V. Benjamin, b. Jan. 8, 1714. J ^^^^^^- 49 

VI. Lydia, b. 1717. 50 

VII. Nathaniel, b. June, 19, 1719.t 51 

VIII. Sarah, b. 1721. 52 

IX. Ebenezer, b. June 3, 1723. 53 

X. Seth, b. June 19, 1726. 54 

12. NATHANIEL CLARKE, of Harwich, born 1682, mar- 
ried first, April 26, 1720, Abigail Hedge,! of Yarmouth. She 
died Oct. 27, 1732. Married 2d, Lydia Freeman, Sept. 22, 1743. 
He appears to have removed to Lyme, in Connecticut, and to 
have lived there for ^ time, as in a deed to his brother, Thomas 
Clarke, of Harwich, he styles himself "of Lyme." This was in 
1726. How long he remained there is not known, but there is 
reason to think he left children in that town.§ He however re- 
turned to Harwich, for an ori<j;inal document, in the nature of 
an agreement, between John Dillingham and the three brothers, 
Thomas, Scotto, and Nathaniel Clarke, in the year 1735, styles 
them "of Harwich." 

CHILDREN, FOURTH GENERATION. * 

I. Barnabas, b. Feb. 10, 1723. 55 

II. Ehsha, b. Apr. 24, 1724; died young. 56 

III. Elisha, 2d, b. May 2,1725. 57 

IV. Abigail, b. Oct. 18, 1726; m. Jos. Hall. 58 

V. John, b. June 29, 1729. 59 

VI. Isaac, b. May 15, 1731. 60 

VII. Eliza, b. 1749. 61 

VIII. Winifred, b. 1751; m. N. Berry, 1777. 62 

IX. Lydia, b. 1752. 63 

X. Solomon, b. 1753. 64 

XI. Enoch, b. 1754. 65 

XII. Thacher,)b. 66 

XIII. Mary, j twins. 1756. 67 

*45. ANDREW CLARK, b. Dec. I, 1707; m, Bethia Hall, Aug. 30, ITZd. 

CHILDREN, FIFTH GENERATION. 

L Content, b. May 30, 1730. 

II. David, b. Apr. 3, 1733. 

ITT Ebenezer, b. May 5, 1734. 

IV. Bethia, b. Feb. 14, 1739. 

+ Married Mary North, of Barnstable, Oct. 36,1739; had Mary b. Sept. 30, 1840. 

*Abig-ail Hedg'e was daughter of John and Thankful Hedge, of Yarmouth, 
Mass. Their children were: 

1. Abigail, born Nov. 16, 1700. 6. Sarah, born Nov. 30, 1709. 

3 John " Oct. 4, 1703. 7. Thankful, " Nov. 33, 1713. 

s! Barnabas, " Dec. 37, 1704. 8. Mary, " Aug. 9, 1714. 

4. Susanna, " Nov. 11, 1706. 9. Anna, " Dec 9, lilQ. 

5. Elisha. " 1708. 



— 22 — 

13. MEHITABLE CLARKE, youngest daughter of Andrew 
Clarke, born 1686, married Joshua Bangs, of Harwich, June 18, 
1713. She died April 5, 1761, in Falmouth, now Portland. He 
died May 23, 1762, in Falmouth, aged 71. They removed from 
Harwich to Portland in 1718. 

CHILDREN, FOURTH GENERATION. 

I. Nathaniel Bangs, b. Nov. 23, 1714. 68 

II. Thomas " b. Nov. 28, 1716; m. Mehitable Stone, 69 

III. Thankful " b. Nov. 13, 1720; m. Sam. Cobb, 1740. 70 

IV. Joshua " b. 1728; m. Sarah Waite; d. 

July, 1755. 71 

V. Sarah " b. 1725; m. Gershom Rogers, 

1756. 72 

VI. Mehitable " b. 1728; m. John Roberts, 

1752.11 73 



14. THOMAS CL.\RK, son of Lieut. Thomas Clarke, of 
Harwich, born 1700; married Priscilla Paddock, of Yarmouth, 
in 1722. 

CHILDREN FIFTH GENERATION. 

I. Ebenezer, b. 1725. 74 

II. Sarah, b. May 10, 1728. 75 

III. Thankful, b. Dec. 2, 1730. 76 

IV. Lizzie, b. Dec. 23, 1732. 77 

V. Thomas, b. April 10, 1735. 78 

VI. Content, b. May 22, 1737. 79 

VII. Josiah, b. Feb. 10, 1739. 80 

16. ROLAND CLARK, son of Lieut. Thomas Clarke, of 
Harwich, born 1703; married Lydia Dillingham, 1724. 

CHILDREN FIFTH GENERATION. 

I. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 1, 1725. 81 

II. Edward, b. Feb. 22, 1728. 82 

III. Lydia, b. Sept. 2, 1730. 83 

IV. Susanna, b. Nov. 7, 1732. 84 

V. Roland, b. Oct. 28, 1734. 85 

VI. Phoebe, b. Aug. 31, 1736. 86 

VII. Rebecca, b. Aug. 30, 1738. 87 

VIII. Isaac, b. April 29, 1741. 88 

IX. Dillingham, b. July 25, 1743. 89 

X. Jonathan, b. Oct. 15, 1746. 90 

§ Eliza Clark, of Lyme, who married .Joseph Hull, of Derby, Conn., in 1749, and 
^ was the mother of Gen. William Hull, was in the habit of asserting? her descent 
from Thomas Clarke, the mate of the Mayflower, who landed on Clark's Island in 
1630. She was daughter of William and Hannah Clark, of Lyme, whose children 
were William, Sheldon, Eliza, Lucy, Susan, and three other daug-hters. Hinton 
in his history of the early settlers of Connecticut mentions a Nathaniel Clarke, 
of Lyme, said to be the g-randson of the mate of the Mayflower. 

II M. 2d, 17.54, Hon. .Tedediah Preble, who was Colonel of Colonial troops in J 755, 
and took part in the expedition under Col. Winslow for the removal of the 
"Neutral French," in that year; one of the children of his marriage with Mrs. 
Roberts, was Commodore Edward Px-eble, U. S. N. 




— 23 — 

Al. SETH CLARK, son of Lieut. Thomas Clarke, of Harwich, 
born May 9, 1709; m. Feb., 1727, Huldah Doane, of Eastham, 

^ M^'ass. 

' CHILDREN, FIFTH GENERATION. 

L Reliance, b. June 14, 1728; m. Nath. King, 1749, d. 1818. 91 
IL Hannah, b July 15, 1730; m. Zeb. Gage, 1750, d. 1810. 92 

III. Isaac, b. Oct. 12, 1732; died atsea. 93 

IV. Kimball, b. July 20, 1734; d. Nov. 24, 1801. 94 

V. Seth, b. Sept. 13, 1736; m. Mrs. Morris; d. 1787. 95 

VI. Huldah, b. Mar. 8, 1738.* 96 

46. SCOTTO CLARK, 2d. of Harwich, b. Nov. 8, 1709; m. 
Mar. 22, 1733, Thankful Crosby, b. Feb. 7, 1714, d. Dec. 17, 1802. 
He died Aug. 31, 1795. Children born in Harwich. He was a 
master mariner, and nine of his eleven sons were whalemen, 
and one of them was killed in the fishery, his father being in 
the command of the boat. In those days the whales were so 
plenty that the fishing was carried on in open boats from the 
shore.t 

CHILDREN, FIFTH GENERATION. 

I. Elisha, b. May 14, 1734; d. Sept. 9, 1811. 97 

IL Reuben, b. Aug. 1, 1735; d. Dec. 23, 1814. 98 

III. TuUy, b. Nov. 30, 1736; killed by a whale.t 99 

IV. Mark, b. May 3, 1738; m. Hulda Bangs. 100 

V. WiUiam, b. Jan. 14, 1740; lost at sea. 101 

VI. Mercy, b. Aug. 9, 1741; m. Drew of Duxbury. 102 

VII. Barnabas, b. Mar. 9, 1743; d. Dec. 12, 1831. 103 

VIII. Scotto, b. Sept. 22, 1745; d. Mar. 27, 1836. 104 

IX. James, b. Jan. 6, 1747; d. Mar. 5, 1819. 105 

X. Abigail, b. Sept. 7, 1748.1 106 
XL Roland, b. Feb. 18, 1750; d. Aug. 13, 1818. 107 

XII. Joshua, b. Dec. 4, 1752; lost at sea. 108 

XIII. Fessenden, b. Oct. 8, 1754; " " 109 

XIV. Thankful, b. Oct. 22, 1757; d. Apr. 22, 1842. 110 

In a Bible Record written by James Clark, son of Scotto 
Clark, 2d, of Harwich, and now in the possession of Mrs. Francis 

* She married Jan. 20, 1763, Tully Clark, (No. 99,) who was killed by a whale, m. 2d 
Mar. 2, 1771, Edward Bangs; m. 3d Dec. 6, 1785, Micajah Sears; she died 1828. No 
des cendants. 

+ One of his descendants relates the tradition, that when his youngest daughter 
was born, the old man was so disappointed that it was not a son, that he wept be- 
cause he yet lacked one boy to make up the crew of two whale-boats. 

$ From the Massachusetts Gazette of Oct. 3, 1766: "A son of Capt. Clark was killed 
by a sperm whale near George's Bank, a few days since. The whale struck the 
boat at the bows with his head, with great force, throwing the young man, who 
stood there ready with his lance, into the mouth of the whale, which turned and 
made off with him; he was heard to scream by his father, who commanded the 
boat, as the fish's jaws closed upon him." 

Tully Clark married Huldah, daughter of Seth Clark, and died without issue 1766. 

1106. Abigail Clark, b. Sept. 7, 1748, married Col. Zenas Winslow, b. Oct. 30, 1741. 
He resided at Harwich during the revolutionary war, but afterwards moved to 
Barre, Mass. He was a justice of the peace, and Col. of a regt. of militia, and 



Howard, of Boston, his father's birthdate is Nov. 8, 1710, and 
his mother's birthdate Feb. 14, 1714, which differ from the 
dates given above. 

55. BARNABAS CLARKE, born at Harwich, 1722, eldest 
son of Nathaniel, was, about 1740-50, a shipmaster sailing from 
Boston to London and the Provinces. April 25, 1748, he mar- 
ried Hepzibah, youngest daughter of Thornton Barrett,|| of 
Boston. After some years Capt. Clarke quitted the sea and be- 
came a merchant in Boston. § He was a member of the New 
North Church hi 1749, one of those, who, as the church record 
tells us, " labored under such doubts and fears with respect to 
ye Lord's Supper, that they were afraid immediately to approach 
unto it." He lived in Rawson's lane, now Bromfield Street. 
Barnabas Clarke died in Boston, Nov. 4^ 1772, aged 50. Mrs. 
Hepsy Clarke died at Dedham, after a long illness, July 10, 
1776, aged 45. 

had a family of 14 children. The names of part of his family are as follows: fl) 
Zenas, a carpenter. (11) Edward, a merchant. (Ill) Lucretia, who married Dr. 
Wm. Chapman. (IV) Frances. (V) Mark; and VI) Thomas, a farmer. 

(1) Zenas married and had children as follows : 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Cordelia Winslow, b. Jan. 39, 1803. 

U. Lucy Breed " b. Apr. 9, 1804. 

IIL Eveline " b. Jan. 3, 1807. 

IV. Zenas Clark " b. Dec. 14, 1813. 

(VI) Thomas Winslow, born about 1783, married Mary Borrows, and moved from 
Massachusetts to Alton, 111., in 1844, where both died in 1846, leaving- a dau<4hter, 
Frances Harriet, who graduated at the Presbyterian Female Seminary, at Jack- 
sonville, 111., June 1854. Frances Harriet Winslow, b. Oct. 9, 1834, m. Nov. 1854, 
Alvah Clarence Clayton, b. Aug-. 3, 1838, a printer, editor and teacher, who in 1876 
was teaching: in one of the public schools of St. Louis, Mo. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Clarence Winslow Clayton, b. Sept. 17, 1857, Jacksonville, 111. 
n. Edward Hervey " b. Mar. 38, 1861, Jersevville, 111. 

HL Anna " b. June 11, 1869; d. July 15, 1869. 

IV. Fannie Winslow " b. Oct. 38, 1870, St. Louis, Mo. 

(See Winslow Memorial Vol. I., Pag-e, 403.) 

In addition to the foreg-oing-, Mrs. John. Hedg-e, of Dennis, Mass., g-randniece of 
Abig-ail (Clark) Winslow, says, that she had two daughters, who married on the 
Cape, viz., (VII), Abigail, who married Isaac Dilling-ham, of Brewster, and had 
Henry. Hitty G., Isaac and Thankful, all dead. Henry and Thankful never 
married, Isaac left one daug-hter, lived in Chelsea, Mass.; Hitty G, m. Scotto 
Nickerson, of So. Dennis, left one daughter, who was married and had children. 

(VIII) Thankful Winslow, raarxued Barnabas Baker, of South Dennis, and had a 
large family. 

II The children of Thornton and Hepzibah Barrett were: 

1. Sarah, b. April 33, 1731. 4. Thornton, b. Mar. 19, 1727. 

2. Samuel, b. July 31, 1733. 5. John b. Oct. 39, 1728. 

3. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 8, 1734. 6. Hepzibah, b. Sept. 13, 1731. 

Thornton Barrett, sen., had two brothers, Samuel and John, who wore Deacons 

of the North Church from 1715 to 1740. They came from Concord, Mass., and were 

relatives of Col. James Barrett, who commanded the Americans at the Concord 

flg-ht, April 19, 1775. The first of the name there, was Humphrey Barrett, who 

" came to Concord from Eng-land in 1640. 

§ The Boston Gazette, of May 1.5, 1708, has the following::— "Imported in the 
London Packet, Capt. C-ilel', from London, and to be sold by Baraabas Clarke, at 
his store on Treat's Wharf, Boston, near the market, at the lowest rates: 
Bohea tea, by the chest, or less quantity; Popper, by the bag: or ditto; Spices of 
all kinds; Best Durham Mustard, bv the box; Russia, English and Raven's Duck: 
Gunpowder, by the cask. Also Kippen's Snuff, by the cask; best French Indig-o; 
Pimento, Ground and Race Ginger; Muscovado Sugar; Philadelphia Flour; Bar 
Iron; Iron Hoops; Anchors." 



25 — 



icr 



111 

112 
113 
114 



CHILDREN, FIFTH GENERATION. 

I. Nathaniel, bapt. Aug. 20, 1749; d. young. 

II. Hepzibah, bapt. Apr. 19, 1752; d. youn 

III. Samuel, born Nov. 10, 1754 

IV. Hepzibah, born Jan. 3, 1757. 

57. ABIGAIL CLARKE, daughter of Nathaniel Clarke, of 
Harwich, born 1726; married at Yarmouth, July 28, 1745, 
Joseph Hall- 

CHILDREN, FIFTH GENERATION. 

I. Hannah Hall, b. Dec. 8, 1746; m. Paddock, of Holden. 115 

II. Hepzibah " b. July 24, 1749; m. Morse, of Sudbury. 116 

III. Abigail " b. Nov. 2, 1754; m. Jonathan Sears, 

ofAshfield. 117 

IV. Joseph " b. May 15, 1755; m., had Seth and two 

others. 118 

94. KIMBALL CLARK, son of Seth Clark, of Harwich, born 
July 20, 1734, married Marv Paddock, of Yarmouth, Dec. 4, 
1760. She d. Aug. 11, 1789,''and he m. Mrs. Anna Howell, Feb. 
1790. He died Nov. 24, 1801. 



CHIDREN, SIXTH GENERATION. 



I. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 



Isaac, b. Oct. 10, 1761 

Lot, b. Sept. 16, 1763 

Mary, b. Oct. 2, 1765 

Ebenezer, b. Oct. 10, 1767 

Phffibe, b. Nov. 27, 1770 

Kimball, b. May 4, 1773 

Isaiah, b. Nov. 30, 1777 

Charlotte, b. Jan. 10, 1781 



d. Feb. 11, 1819. 
lost at sea in 1789. 
d. Sept. 19, 1849. 
d. 1794. 

d. Dec. 23, 1846.* 
d. Aug. 1817. 
d. July 29, 1838. 
d. Sept. 7, 1861. 



119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 



97. ELISHA. CLARK, son of Scotto Clark, 2d, born at Har- 
wich, May 14, 1734, married Feb. 14, 1760, Hannah Hopkins, 
born March 28, 1735. Settled in Conway, Mass., in 1774, where 
he died Sept. 9, 1811. She died Oct. 22, 1813. Children, except 
Thomas and Thankful, born in Harwich. 

CHILDREN, SIXTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Judah, 


b. Nov. 


22, 


1760; 


d. May 19, 1805. 


127 


II. 


Mercy, 


b. Apr. 


24, 


1762 


d. Jan. 16, 1850. 


128 


III. 


Hannah, 


b. Nov. 


20, 


1763 


d. Dec. 18, 1812. 


129 


IV. 


Elisha, 


b. Aug. 


29, 


1765; 


d. Apr. 15, 1847. 


130 


V. 


Scotto, 


b. July 


14, 


1767 


d. May 1, 1851. 


131 


VI. 


Oliver, 


b. July 


'^, 


1769 


; d. Mar. 24, 1860. 


132 


VII. 


Tabitha, 


b. Nov. 


1, 


1771 


; d. 


133 


VIII. 


Thomas, 


b. Nov. 


16, 


1774 


; d. Mar. 13, 1844. 


134 


IX. 


Thankful 


, b. Sept. 


7, 


1776 


; d. inCazenovia, N. Y. 


135 



* Phoebe Clark m. 1st. Benj. Gag-e 1793. He died in the West Indies, Jan. 1794. 
No issue. Md. 3d., Luke Baker, 179.5, who d. Nov. 6, 1801, leaving- one son, Luke 
Clark Baker, who graduated at Yale College, studied theoloay at Andover, com- 
menced preaching, went to Cuba for his health, returned and d. soon after. 
Her 3d. husband was R. Nickerson, of Chatham. 



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98. REUBEN CLARK, son of Scotto Clark, 2d, of Harwich, 
born Aug. 1, 1735, married May 6, 1764, Jerusha Freeman, dau. 
of Hatsuld Freeman. She d. 1826, and he d. 1814. 

In the old "burying ground" in Brewster, Mass., the stone 
that marks his grave, bears the following inscription: 

" Sacred to the memory of Reuben Clark, who departed this 
life Dec. 23, 1814, in the 80th year of his age. He lived much 
beloved, and died much lamented. The righteous have hope 
in death." 

Children born in Harwich. 

CHILDREN, SIXTH GENERATION. 

I. Olive, b. Feb. 1765; d. 1817. 136 

II. Hannah, b. Mav, 1767; d. Nov. 6, 1853. 137 

III. Abigail, b. Oct. 1, 1769; d. Mar. 3, 1851. 138 

IV. Jerusha, b. 1773; d. Oct. 1843. 139 

V. Reuben, b. 1775; lost at sea. 140 

103. BARNABAS CLARK, son of Scotto Clark, 2d, of Har- 
wich, born March 9, 1743, married Dec. 21, 1769, Mehitable 
Hall, born March 27, 1745. Moved to Westminstei Vt., in 
1797, where he died Dec. 13, 1831. She died in March 1813. 

Children born in Harwich, Mass. 

CHILDREN, SIXTH GENERATION. 

I. Alvan, b. Aug. 17, 1771; d. July 6, 1835. 141 

II. Daniel, b. Sept. 2, 1773; d. Dec. 11, 1828. 142 

III. Joshua, b. Oct. 24, 1776; d. Apr. 21, 1865. 143 

IV. Barnabas, b. Aug. 3, 1779; d. Aug. 15, 1824. 144 

V. Hitty, b. Aug. 12, 1781; d. Feb. 17, 1814. 145 
VL Tully, b. June 30, 1784; d. July 18, 1784. 146 

VII. Thankful, b. Jan. 4, 1787; d. June 23, 1789. 147 

VIII. Atherton,' b. May 26, 1789; d. Sept. 21, 1866, 148 

104. SCOTTO CLARK, 3d, of Harwich, born Sept. 22, 1745; 
married Sarah Griffiths, born 1749, and d. in Westminster, Vt., 
Sept. 29, 1823, where he also d. March 27, 1836. Children born 
in Harwich. 

CHILDREN, SIXTH GENERATION. 



I. Perez, b. July 20, 1771 

II. Abraham, b. Aug. 15, 1774 

III. Sarah, b. Sep. 16, 1776 

IV. Fessenden,b. Dec. 7, 1778 

V. Mercy, b. Nov. 30, 1780 

VI. Scotto, b Sep. 2, 1782 

VII. Fanny, b. Aug. 7, 1786 

VIII. Thankful, b. May 12, 1789 

IX. OHver, b. May 30, 1791 



d. Dec. 24, 1850. 149 

d. April, 1840. 150 

m. Darius Smith. 151 

d. May 27, 1827. 152 

d. Jan. 29, 1848. 153 

d. Oct. 12, 1844. 154 

d. Apr. 10, 1860. 155 

m. Hosea Wright. 156 
d. in Smithland, Ky. 157 



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105. JAMES CLARK, son of Scotto, 2d, of Harwich, born 
Jan. 6, 1747, married Dec. 10, 1772, Desire Howes, b. Feb. 22, 
1752, and d. June 15, 1834. He d. March 5, 1819. Both died 
in Marion, Mass. Children born in Harwich. 



CHILDREN, SIXTH GENERATION. 



I. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII 

IX. 

X. 



Nathan, 

Lucretia, 

William, 

Henry, 

Tully, ■ 

Abigail, 

Betsey, 

James, 

Desire, 

John, 



b. Aug. 5, 1773 
b. July 1, 1775 
b. Aug. 30, 1777 
b. Feb. 22, 1780 
b. May 5. 1782 
b. Jan. 2, 1784 
b. July 7, 1786 
b. Mar. 12, 1789 
b. Mar. 12, 1789 
b. July 20, 1792 



m. Mr. Pease, 
d. unmarried, 
d. 
d. 

d. Aug. 7, 1870.* 
d. Dec. 10, 1825. 
d. in Matanzas,\V.I. 
d. March 11, 1870. 
d. Sept. 20, 1863. 



unm. 



158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 



107. ROLAND CLARK, son of Scotto Clark 2d, of Harwich 
born Feb. 18, 1750 ; m. Dec. 6, 1777, Rhoda Bangs, b. Jan. 19, 
1753, and d. May 18, 1822. He d. - - - 

b. in Harwich.t 



Aug. 



12, 1818. Children 



CHILDREN, SIXTH GE^-fERATION. 



I. 


Susanna, 


b. 


Sept. 


28, 1778 


; m. Charles Drew. 


168 


11. 


Sally B. 


b. 


Sept. 


10, 1780 


; d. March 16, 1867. 


169 


III. 


Rhoda 


b. 


Mar. 


28, 1782; 


d. December 16, 1864. 


170 


IV. 


Harriet, 


b. 


Jan. 


17, 1784; 


d. young 


171 


V. 


Elisha, 


b. 


Oct. 


24, 1786; 


. ost at sea. 


172 


VI. 


Dillingham ,b. 


Oct. 


30, 1788; 


U C( u 


173 


VII. 


Tully, 


b. 


May 


7, 1790 


d. in infancy. 


174 


VIII. 


Mark, 


b. 


Mar. 


18, 1791 i 


d. July 9, 1838. 


175 


IX. 


Olive, 


b. 


Sept. 


12, 1793 


; d. Aug 5, 1869. 


176 



110. THANKFUL CLARK, dau. of Scotto Clark, 2d, of 
Harwich, born Oct. 22, 1757; m. 1st, Henry Howes, who died ; 
m. 2d, Joseph Sears, of E. Dennis, b. 1757, and d. May 20, 1836. 
Children born in Dennis, Mass., where she d. April 22, 1842. 



^Abig-ail Clark married Capt. Joseph Luce, of Martha's Vineyard, and had two 
sons, Barnabas and James C. Barnabas died without issue, by a boiler explosion, 
on a steamer of which he was iid mate, and James Clark Luce, the j^oung-est son, 
was a distinguished sea captain, and became commander of the steamship Arctic, 
one of the Collins Line. On the morning- of Sept. 30, 1854, the Arctic, with 333 pas- 
sengers, and a crew of 150 men, sailed from Liverpool, for New York, and on the 
27th of September, in a dense fog- on the banks of Newfoundland, came in collision 
with the Vesta, a French iron screw steamei*, commanded by Capt. Duchesne. The 
Arctic went down, and of the 383 persons on board only 97 were gaved. Capt. Luce, 
after lloatin.g on a piece of the wreck two days, was rescued by the Cambria and 
taken to Quebec. His boy Willie, 11 years old, was lost. Capt. Luce was twice 
married, and had a son by each marriag-e. The names of his sons were Robert and 
William. He died in New York near the close of 1881, and his wife a year later, 
leaving- no descendants. 

T This record was copied from Roland Clark'g family Bible, in the possession of 
Charles D. Chase, Hope Valley, R. I., 



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CHILDREN, SIXTH GENERATION. 

I. Rebecca Howes, b. 1781. 177 



II. Zachariah Sears, b. Dec. 29, 1783 

III. Henry " b. 1786 

IV. Hitty " b. 1788 

V. Zebina " b. 1790 

VI. Joseph " b. 1792 

VII. Thankful '' b. May 8, 1794 

VIII. Peter " b. 1796 

IX. Roland " b. 1798 



d. July 27,1848. 178 

d. May 28, 1823. 179 

d. " 1808. 180 

d. Aug. 27, 1835. 181 

182 

d. Sept. 29, 1878 183 

d. at Geneva, Hi. 184 

d. 1857. 185 



113. SAMUEL CLARKE, of Boston, son of Barnabas, born in 
Rawson's Lane, 1754; was at the Latin School, 1766. At the age of 
nineteen, he was sailing as master and supercargo of vessels, be- 
longing to Barnabas Clarke, his father, and William Dennie, of 
Boston. The Massachn setts Court Records, April 21, 1777, have 
the following: "Wm. Dennie prays the Court for leave to send 
his brig Dolphin, Samuel Clarke, master, with fish in a perishing 
condition to Hispaniola, and return with a cargo of molasses and 
warlike stores." 

He married May 19, 1778, Martha, daughter of Obadiah Curtis, 
who lived at the corner of Rawson's Lane and Marlboro' street. 
At the beginning of the Revolutionary War, he owned parts of 
several vessels, and soine real estate in Boston, among other 
property the house in School street (No. 20) where he lived, and 
an estate in Cold Lane (Portland street), which he bought of 
Samuel Snow, of Providence, for S7,625. He was Major in one 
of Gov. Hancock's regiments of Boston troops, and served with 
it in the Rhode Island campaign of 1778, when it acted in co- 
operation with the French forces under the Marquis La Fayette. 
The regiment lay under canvass near Newport, during the ter- 
rible gale of Aug. 12, 1778, long known as the "French Storm." 
Here Major Clarke contracted disease of the lungs, from which 
he never recovered, and which obliged him to leave the service. 
He died at his house in Boston, Oct. 15, 1780, aged 26 years. 
Will dated July 25, 1780. 

CHILDREN, SIXTH GENERATION. 

I. Samuel, b. Feb. 20, 1779, at No. 20 School street, Boston. 186 

Mrs. Martha (Curtis) Clarke, married, July 1788, Rev. James 
Freeman, of King's Chapel, Boston; Harvard College, 1777. He 
died at Newton, Mass., Nov. 12, 1835, aged 77. She died in the 
same house July 24, 1841, aged 86. Both were buried in the 
Curtis tomb, old cemetery, Newton Centre. 

114. HEPZIBAH CLARKE, daughter of Barnabas Clarke, 
born in Boston, 1757; married in 1776, James Swan, of Boston.* 

*In the Massachusetts Spy, Oct. 17T3, we And the followin^r advertisement: A 
Dissuasion to Great Britain and Colonies from the Slave Trade, by James Swan. 
To be published by subscription, one pistareen each book. 



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She inherited most of Wm. Dennie's large fortune. * Was in 
France during the Revolution with her husband, who became 
very wealthy by army contracts. He was imprisoned many 
years in St. Pelagie by the French government for debts claimed 
by them, which Mr. S. denied. He was released on the acces- 
sion of Louis Phillipe, and died soon after. 

Mrs. Swan died at her house in Dorchester, Aug. 14, 1825, 
aged 67. 

CHILDREN, SIXTH GENERATION. 

I. Hepzibah Swan, b. Oct. 14, 1777. 187 

II. Christiana K. " b. April 10, 1779. 188 

III. Sally Webb " b. May 19, 1782. 189 

IV. James " b. Oct. 23, 1783; m. Julia, 
daughter of Gen. Henry Knox, of Thomaston, Me., 

and died Avithout issue. 190 

119. CAPT. ISAAC CLARK, son of Kimball Clark, born 
Oct. 10, 1761; married Temperance Sears, April 28, 1789. He 
was a shipmaster in the Russia trade. Was chosen Representa- 
tive to the General Court from the town of Brewster 1803-12, 
(nine years), by unanimous vote. He died Feb. 11, 1819, on 
the coast of Africa. Children born in Harwich, except the 
three younger. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Paddock, b. Ma}^ 27, 1791. 191 

II. Hannah, b. June 29, 1792. 192 

III. Isaac, b. May 18, 1794; d. unmarried. 193 

IV. Lot, b. July 25, 1796. 194 

V. Strabo, b. 1798; d. 1799. 195 

VI. Strabo, 2d, b. June 9, 1801. 196 

VII. Temperance, b. Oct. 21, 1802. 197 

VIII. Edmund Sears, b. April 5, 1804; unmarried. 198 

IX. Albert Paddock, b. Nov. 24, 1807. 199 

X. Eliza Jane, b. April 22, 1810. 200 

125. ISAIAH CLARK, son of Kimball Clark, born Nov. 
30, 1777; m. Jan. 1, 1804, Deborah Sears, born Aug. 30, 1785, 
and died Aug. 27, 1838. He died July 29, 1838, in Brewster, 
where his children were all born. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Isaiah 2d, b. Oct. 6, 1805; d. May 28, 1810. 201 

II. William, b. Feb. 27, 1808. 202 

III. Isaiah 3d, b. July 28, 1811; d. July 10, 1835, 

at Indian Key, Fla. 203 

IV. Jeremiah M.,b. July 6, 1814; d. Nov. 5, 1850, at sea. 204 

V. Isaac, b. Sept. 12, 1818. 205 



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126. CHARLOTTE CLARK, bom Jan. 10, 1781; married 
April 20, 1800, Rev. Simeon Crowell, born May 3, 1778, and 
died Aug. 24, 1848. She died Sept. 7, 1861. 



CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. Charlotte Crowell, b. June 23, 1803; d. Mar. 6,1877. 206 

II. Mary " b. Feb. 23, 1806; unmarried. 207 

III. Simeon " b. Jan. 1, 1808; d. Sept. 29, 1849. 208 

IV. Ruth H. " b. Jan. 28, 1810; d. Oct. 31, 1851. 209 



127. JUDAH CLARK, born Nov. 22, 1760; married Oct. 12, 
1788, Abigail Freeman, born July 28, 1768, and died Oct. 10, 
1833. He died May 19, 1805, in Conway, Mass., where his 
children were born. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Elkanah, 


b. Sept 


11, 1789 


; d. July, 


1820 at New 












Orleans. 


210 


IL 


Hannah, 


b. Oct. 


4, 1790 


; d. Oct. 


31, 1790. 


211 


III. 


Freeman, 


b. Nov. 


28, 1791 


; d. Feb. 


23, 1792. 


212 


IV. 


A son, 


b. Oct. 


30, 1792 


; d. Nov. 


14, 1792. 


213 


V. 


Abigail, 


b. Oct. 


3, 1793 


d. Jan. 


21, 1794. 


214 


VI. 


Freeman, 2d 


, b. May 


23, 1795; 


d. May 


17, 1867. 


215 


VII. 


Henry, 


b. Feb. 


26, 1797; 


d. June 


3, 1832. 


216 


VIII 


. Edmund, 


b. Jan. 


27, 1799; 


d. Dec. 


30, 1861. 


217 


IX. 


William, 


b. May 


9, 1801 


d. Aug. 


30, 1827. 


218 


X. 


Abigail, 


b. Apr. 


28, 1803; 


d. Sept. 


2, 1803. 


219 


XL 


Winslow, 


b. Aug. 


29, 1804; 


d. Nov. 


12, 1881. 


220 



128. MERCY CLARK, born April 24, 1762; married Nov. 5, 
1786, Consider Morton, born Oct. 12, 1762, and died April 1, 
1854. She died Jan. 16, 1850 They resided in Whately, Mass., 
where their children were all born. 



CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Charles Morton 


, b. 


Mar. 


16, 1789 


; d- 


Dec. 


15, 1855. 


221 


II. 


Arnold 




b. 


May 


8, 1793; 


d. 


Apr. 


19, i860. 


222 


III. 


Nancy 




b. 


May 


8, 1795; 


d. 


Jan. 


2, 1859. 


223 


IV. 


Hannah 




b. 


Sep. 


10, 1797 


; d. 


Aug. 


30, 1875. 


224 


V. 


Walter 




b. 


Dec. 


1, 1799 


d. 


Nov. 


4, 1811. 


225 


VI. 


Sophia 




b. 


Nov. 


5, 1801 i 


d. 


June 


15, 1880. 


226 


VII. 


EUza 




b. 


May 


13, 1804; 


d. 


Feb. 


3, 1868. 


227 


VIII 


. Mercy 




b. 


Aug. 


1, 1807; 


d. 


Aug. 


11, 1855. 


228 



129. HANNAH CLARK, born Nov. 20, 1763; married Nov. 
10, 1785, Benjamin Hickcox, born in Guilford, Conn., Oct. 8, 
1762. She died at Clinton, N. Y., Dec. 18, 1812. 



SI- 



CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Louisa Hickcox, 


b. 


Sept. 


13, 1786 


;d. 


Oct. 


13, 1850. 


229 


11. 


Hannah " 


b. 


May 


16, 1788 


;d. 


June 


8. 1791. 


230 


III. 


Benjamin F." 


b. 


Apr. 


12, 1790 


; d. 


June 


29; 1860. 


231 


IV. 


Elisha C. " 


b. 


Feb. 


5, 1792 


d. 


July 


11, 1852. 


232 


V. 


George W. " 


b. 


Apr. 


10, 1794 


;d. 


Dec. 


24, 1855. 


233 


VI. 


Charles " 


b. 


Mar. 


21, 1796 


;d. 


Oct. 


9, 1851. 


234 


VII. 


Harriet " 


3. 


Jan. 


1, 1798 


;d. 






235 


VIII 


. Maria A. " 


b. 


Apr. 


1, 1800 


;d. 






236 


IX. 


Edward Y. " 


b. 


J une 


8, 1804- 


d. 


Dec. 


11, 1866. 


237 


X. 


James F. " 


b. 


Dec. 


26, 1805 i 


d. 


Aug. 


10, 1860. 


238 



130. ELISHA CLARK, 2d, of Conway, Mass., born in Har- 
wich, Aug. 29, 1765; m. Feb. 22, 1798, Lucinda Keith,* born 
Feb. 10, 1774, and d. July 4, 1858. He died April 15, 1847, in 
Conway, where his children were all born. 



CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Julia, 


b. 


II. 


Lincoln, 


b. 


III. 


Fessenden, 


3. 


IV. 


Elisha F., 


b. 


V. 


Caroline, 


b. 


VI. 


Lucinda A. 


,b. 


VII. 


Abigail, 


b. 


VIII 


. Charles L., 


b. 


IX. 


Hannah, 


b. 


X. 


Edward, 


b. 



Dec. 28, 1798. 
Aug. 9, 1800. 
Sept. 23, 1802; d. Sept. 
July 24, 1804; d. Feb. 
Sept. 16, 1806; d. Sept. 
Sept. 14, 1808. 
Oct. 12, 1810; d. Feb. 
Oct. 30, 1812; d. Oct. 
June 18, 1815; d. May 
Nov. 5, 1817; d. Feb. 



16, 1803. 
26, 1879.t 
20, 1818. 

10, 1879. 
12, 1839. 
26, 1844. 
26, 1879. 



239 
240 
241 

242 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 



131. SCOTTO CLARK, son of Elisha, 1st, of Conway, born 
July 14, 1767; m. Nov. 7, 1804, Rebecca Emerson, daughter of 
Rev. John Emerson, of Conway, born Dec. 14, 1777, and died 
May 4, 1825. Occupation, farming. He died May 1, 1851. 
Children born in Conway. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Moody, b. Sept. 26, 1805; d. Mar. 11, 1880. 249 

II. Sabra Cobb, b. Sept. 1, 1807. 250 

III. Fidelia, b. Jan. 22, 1811; d. 251 

IV. Rebecca Emerson, b. May 26, 1813; d. 252 

V. Louisa Strong, b. Apr. 11, 1818; d. Apr. 19, 1852. 253 



* Lucinda Keith was liorn at Bridg-ewater, Mass., and was descended from a 
long line of Scottish ministers by the name of James Keith, one of whom came to 
Amex'ica, and was settled as minister at Bridgewater, in 1664. 

t Dr. Elisha Fessenden Clark was never married. His early life was spent on 
the family farm in his native town. He received his academical and medical 
education at Deerfleld, Mass. He first practiced his profession in thelake regions 
of Southern Central New York. In 1834 he went to Mississippi, but removed to 
Iowa in 1849, residing at Maquoketa. In 18.56 he located himself at Winona, Minn, 
where he died. 



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132. OLIVER CLARK, bom July 5, 1769; m. Dec. 9, 1798, 
Deborah Lester, born June 1, 1779, and died April 2, 1832. He 
lived in Madison County, N. Y. Occupation, farming. Died at 
Canastota, March 24, 1860. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Irene, 


b. Sept. 27, 1799; d. June 


15, 1841. 


254 


II. 


Electa M., 


b. Jan. 15, 1801; d. Oct. 


3, 1876. 


255 


III. 


Sophia, 


b. May 12, 1802. 




256 


IV. 


Oliver R., 


b. Oct. 8, 1 803. 




257 


V. 


Harry, 


b. Jan. 30, 1805; d. Feb. 


11,1869. 


258 


VI. 


Elisha, 


b. Jan. 1, 1807; d. Dec. 


17,1807. 


259 


VIL 


Thomas, 


b. Feb. 18, 1808; d. Sept. 


13, 1809. 


260 


VIII 


. Ehza, 


b. Aug. 27, 1809. 




261 


IX. 


Charlotte D., 


b. Feb. 15, 1811; d. Nov. 


4, 1840. 


262 


X. 


Alexander C. 


b. June 27, 1813; d. Aug. 


7, 1853,unm.263 


XL 


Lester M., 


b. July 19, 1815; d. Sept. 


26,1859, " 


264 


XII. 


Albert, 


b. Feb. 13, 1817; d. Nov. 


25,1864, " 


265 


XI 1 1. Caroline, 


b. May 17, 1819; d. May 


6, 1844. 


266 


XIV. 


Scotto, 


b. Mar. 19, 1821. 




267 


XV. 


William, 


b. Nov. 5, 1822; d. July 


22, 1846. 


268 



133. TABITHA CLARK, born Nov. 1, 1771; married David 
Field, 1790. They lived in Conway, Mass., where all their 
children were born. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Sally Field 


, b. Mar. 27, 1791 


; d. Dec. 


29, 1819. 


269 


II. 


Louisa 


a 


b. May 6, 1793 


; d. June 


22, 1798. 


270 


III. 


Eliakim 


a 


b. Oct. 20, 1794 


d. Oct. 


16, 1850. 


271 


IV. 


Sophia 


a 


b. July 14, 1796 


; d. Feb. 


4, 1864. 


272 


V. 


Hannah 


cc 


b. Mar. 29, 1798 


, d. Jan. 


20, 1815. 


273 


VL 


Oliver C. 


a 


b. Mar. 9, 1800; 


d. Dec. 


18, 1876. 


274 


VII. 


Louisa,2d, 


u 


b. Nov. 4, 1802; 


d, Dec. 


6, 1874. 


275 


VIII 


Otis 


a 


b. Aug. 5, 1804; 


d. Sept. 


12, 1872.* 


276 


IX. 


Lucretia 


u 


b. Dec. 21, 1805; 


d. Feb. 


28, 1850. 


277 


X. 


David 


a 


b. Oct. 24, 1807. 






278 


XL 


Almeron 


u 


b. Aug. 15, 1809. 






279 


XII. 


Esther 


a 


b. May 6, 1811; 


d. Sept. 


24, 1875. 


280 


XIII 


. Tabitha C. 


a 


b. Feb. 12, 1814 


; d. July 


25, 1876. 


281 



134. THOMAS CLARK, son of Elisha, born in Conway, 
Mass., Nov. 16, 1774; married Feb. 10, 1802, Ruth Morse, who 
died April 22, 1842. He was a farmer, and settled first in Caz- 
enovia, N. Y., but in 1805 moved to Sullivan where he died 
March 13, 1844. 



* Married and lived in New york; had one son, Otis C. Field 



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CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Joshua V. TI., b. Feb. 6, 1803; d. June 18, 1869. 282 

II. Hannah, b. Aug. 13, 1804; d. Mar. 20, 1883. 283 

III. Thomas A., b. Apr. 12, 1815; d. Apr. 9, 1881. 284 

IV. Sarah H., b. Sept. 21, 1820; d. Dec. 22, 1853. 285 

V. Myraetta R. b. Aug. 20, 1822. 286 

135. THANKFUL CLARK, born Sept. 7, 1776; m. Feb. 27, 
1808, Mordecai Adams, who died Oct. 22, 1817. She died in 
Cazenovia, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Josiah Q. Adams, b. Nov. 30, 1808.* 287 

XL Elizabeth, " b. Apr. 4, 1810; d. Jan. 13, 1873. 288 

III. Elisha Clark " b. Apr. 12, 1812; d. Sept. 27, 1852. 289 

IV. Hannah " b. May 8, 1814; d. Oct. 8, 1815. 290 

V. Abigail " b. Apr. 8, 1816; d. Oct. 2, 1818. 291 

136. OLIVE CLARK, dau. of Reuben, born Feb. 15, 1765; 
married in 1792, Joshua Sears, born July 1, 1753, and died 
March 31, 1825. She died Dec. 14, 1817, in Dennis, Mass., 
where their children v^ere all born. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah Sears, b. Oct. 8, 1793; d. May 28, 1836. 292 

II. George " b. Sept. 8, 1795; d. Oct. 12, 1845. 293 

III. Nabby " b. Mar. 22, 1797. 294 

IV. Clarissa " b. Apr. 1, 1799; d. Sept. 1834. 295 

V. Reuben 0." b. Oct. 10, 1800; d. Jan. 2,1829. 296 

VI. Calvin " b. .Ian. 29, 1803; d. Apr. 12, 1806. 297 

VII. Olive " b. Sept. 7, 1805; d. Nov. 1, 1810. 298 

137. HANNAH CLARK, dau. of Reuben," born May, 1767; 
married 1790, Dea. Josiah Winslow, born Aug. 7, 1766, and 
died June 9, 1822. She died in Harwich, Mass., Nov. 6, 1853. 
Both buried in Brewster. Children born at Harwich. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Freeman Winslow, b. Apr. 22, 1791; d. July 3, 1863. 299 

II. Bejamin " b. June 7, 1793; d. Apr. 29, 1840. 300 

138. ABIGAIL CLARK, dau. of Reuben, born Oct. 1, 1769; 
m. Sept. 11, 1793, Solomon Freeman, son of Hon. Solomon 
Freeman of Harwich, l)orn May 22, 1770. He was a member 
of the Massachusetts Senate from Barnstable Co. at the time of 
his death, which occurred Nov. 9, 1820. She died March 3, 
1851. Children born in Harwich and Brewster. 

* Died in 1833, without issue. 



34 — 



CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. 


William Freeman 


i,b. Nov. 18,1794; 


cl. 


Nov. 30, 1868. 


301 


II. 


Jonathan " 


b. Aug. 20, 1796; 


d. 


July 25, 1832. 


302 


III. 


Thankful " 


b. Mar. 21, 1798; 


d. 


Mar. 1, 1882. 


303 


IV. 


Solomon " 


b. Feb. 17, 1800; 


d. 


Apr. 5, 1877. 


304 


V. 


Abigail " 


b. Dec. 24, 1803. 






305 


VI. 


Hannah " 


b. June 15, 1806; 


d. 


June 14, 1835. 


306 


VII. 


Jerusha " 


b. Aug. 19, 1808; 


d. 


Mar. 18, 1849.^ 


^307 


Vlll.Varnum 


b. Feb. 5, 1812; 


d. 


Oct. 23, 1842.t 308 


IX. 


Henry " 


b. Nov. 30, 1817. 






309 



139. JERUSHA CLARK, born 1773; married Gershom Hall, 
who died Sept. 1844. She died Oct. 1843. Both buried in 
Harwich; they left no children. 

140. REUBEN CLARK, 2d, born 1775; married Temper- 
ance, dau. of Seth Freeman, born Nov. 8, 1775. They had one 
son whose name was Reuben. Both father and son perished at 
sea. 

141. ALVAN CLARK, son of Barnabas, born in Harwich, 
Aug. 17, 1771; married Feb. 5, 1795, Mary Bassett, daughter of 
Elisha Bassett, born in Dennis Aug. 18, 1773, and died Feb. 18, 
1855. They settled in Ashfield, Mass., soon after their marriage 
where his children ^ere all born, and where he died July 6, 
1835. Both >were buried in the old churchyard at Ashfield 
Centre. Farmer and miller. 





CHILDREN, SEVENTH 


G 


ENERATION. 




I. 


George, b. Jan. 27, 1798; 


d. 


Mar. 10, 1816. 


310 


II. 


Barnabas, b. Sept. 11, 17V)9. 






311 


III. 


A son, b. April 16, 1801; 


d. 


same'month. 


312 


IV. 


Thankful, b. April 1, 1802; 


d. 


Oct. 6, 1831. 


313 


V. 


Alvan, b. Mar. 8, 1804. 






314 


VI. 


Samuel, b. Nov. 5, 1805; 


d. 


June 11, 1865. 


315 


VII. 


Daniel, b. Nov. 7, 1807. 






316 


VIII 


Mary, b. Nov. 20, 1809. 






317 


IX. 


Abigail, b. Jan. 13, 1812. 






318 


X. 


William, b. Feb. 15, 1814; 


d. 


Oct. 24,1854. 


319 



142. DANIEL CLARK, born Sept. 2, 1773; married 1798, 
Mercy Berry born 1774, and died March 13, 1807. Married 2d, 
Lydia Holden Sept. 13, 1807. He died Dec. 11, 1828, in West- 
minster, Vt., where his children were all born. Farmer. 

*Jerusha, married J. G. Ward of Provincetowu ; had one son, Henry Ward, who 
died soon after his mother. 

tVarnum married Mai-y G. Irving- of New Yorli ; had Marg-aretta Jane, born 
Oct. 5, 1839, and died 1805. He was a sea captain and died on his passage from 
Buenos Ayres, S. A,, to New Torlc. 



35 — 



CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Benjamin B. 


, b. 


July 


20, 1800; 


d. June 8, 1802. 


320 


11. 


Olive, 


b. 


June 


10, 1802; 


d. Aug. 8, 1803. 


321 


III. 


Olive, 2d, 


b. 


Mar. 


15, 1805. 




322 


IV. 


Mercy, 


b. 


■Tuly 


15, 180S; 


d. Feb. 28, 1880. 


323 


V. 


Mahtila, 


b. 




1810; 


m. Samuel Bean. 


324 


VI. 


Mary, 


b. 




1812; 


m. Mr. Carleton. 


325 


VII. 


Lovinia, 


b. 




1814; 


m. Mr. Hanson. 


326 



143. JOSHUA CLARK, son of Barnabas, born Oct. 24, 1776; 
married Feb. 2, 1797, Phebe Hopkins, born May 15, 1776, and 
died April 26, 1857. He died April 21, 1865, in Westminster, 
Vt., where his children were born. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Ebenezer, 


b Feb. 


26, 1798; 


d. July 


8, 1842. 


327 


11. 


Joshua, 


b June 


4, 1803; 


d. Sept. 


19, 1804. 


328 


IIL 


Phebe, 


b. Mar. 


1, 1805; 


d. Sept. 


17, 1806. 


329 


IV. 


Joshua, 2d, 


b. Nov. 


14, 1807; 


d. May 


24, 1853. 


330 


V. 


Haskell, 


b. May 


10, 1812; 


d. Apr. 


29, 1814. 


331 


VI. 


Phebe, 2d, 


b. Aug. 


9, 1816; 


d. July 


16, 1832. 


332 



144. BARNABAS CLARK, 2d, born Aug. 3, 1779; married 
Oct. 22, 1801, Hannah Gorham, born Sept. 1, 1781, and died 
Mav 8, 1820. Married, 2d, Sept., 1820, Achsah Harlow, born 
June 1799, and died Aug. 9, 1873. He died Aug. 15, 1824, in 
Westminster, Vt., where all his children were born. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Mehitable, 


b. Nov. 


27, 1802 


d. Feb. 1, 1875. 


333 


11. 


Mark, 


b. Jan. 


10, 1805' 


d. Nov. 21, 1845. 


334 


IIL 


Almira, 


b. Jan. 


19, 1807. 




335 


IV. 


Hannah M. 


, b. Jan. 


28, 1809 


d. Dec. 26, 1842. 


336 


V. 


Dorcas F., 


b. April 


13, 1812i 


d. Dec. 1, 1849. 


337 


VI. 


Barnabas G. 


,b. Mar. 


8, 1815; 


d. April 26, 1844.* 


338 


VII. 


Julia, 


b. July 


13, 1817; 


d. April 22, 1840. 


339 


VIII 


George, 


b. April 


26, 1820, 


d. Feb. 13, 1846. 


340 


IX. 


Elizabeth, 


b. May 


1822; 


d. 1840.t 


341 



145. HITTY CLARK, born Aug. 12, 1781; married Feb. 
12, 1801, Benjamin Smith, born Jan. 29, 1778, died May 29, 
1848. She died Feb. 17, 1814, at Saxton's River, Vt. After 
her death Mr. Smith married Lucinda Goodell, who died June 
22, 1883, aged nearly 92. 

* Barnabas Gorham Clark was a teacher in Mississippi, and died there unmar- 
ried. 

■\- Elizabeth married, 1838 pr 1839, Isaac B. Taylor, and had one child that diecl 
young. 



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CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



5 



I. Benjamin Smith, b. Aug. 23, 1802 

II. Hitty Cleopatra " b. Ser^t. 16, 1805 
III.Dulcinea V. " b. Dec. 3, 1807 

IV. Laura F. " b. Dec. 3, 1807 

V. Sarah C. " b. Feb. 1810 

VI. Phebe A. " b. Sept. 16, 1811 



d. Mar. 27, 1873. 342 
d. Dec. 2, 1827. 343 
d. Aug. 24, 1861. 344 
d. Aug. 15, 1865. 345 
d. Oct. 15, 1845. 346 
d. Sept. 2, 1875. 347 



148. ATHERTON CLARK, M. D.,born May 26, 1789; mar- 
ried, 1st, Nov. 24, 1814, Clarinda Sears, daughter of Jonathan 
and Abigail Hall Sears (No. 117) born July 3, 1795, in Ashfield, 
Mass., and died May 3, 1821. Married, 2d, May 25, 1825, Har- 
riet Smith, daughter of Dr. Enos Smith, born Nov. 11, 1800, and 
died in Amherst, Mass., Nov. 5, 1871. Dr. Clark studied medi- 
cine in Cummington, Mass., with Dr. Bryant, father of Wm. 
Cullen Bryant. Practiced his profession several years in Ash- 
field with Dr. Smith, and from 1833 to 1835 in Cummington; 
from 1835 to 1862 in Easthampton. Was deacon of Payson 
church, Easthampton. He died in Guilford, Ct., Sept. 21, 1866. 
Children born in Ashfield except the two younger. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

L Alfred F., b. Jan. 26, 1816, d. May 4, 1871. 348 

II. Clarinda, b. Dec. 28, 1817; d. May 27, 1842. 349 

III. Atherton, b. Nov. 20, 1819; d. Jan. 11, 1841. 350 

IV. William S., b. July 31, 1826. 351 

V. Harriet Eliza, b. June 23, 1830; teacher, unmarried. 352 

VI. Hannah I., b. Nov. 11, 1834. 353 

VII. Sarah M., b. Aug. 18, 1836. 354 

149. PEREZ CLARK, son of Scotto, 3d, of Harwich, born 
July 20, 1771; married Feb. 5, 1795, Patience Snow, born in 
Harwich, Mass., Feb. 4, 1776, and died Oct. 8, 1855.' He fol- 
lowed the sea from early boyhood, and became master of a 
vessel, but afterwards entered upon farm life. Moved to West- 
minster, Vt., 1797, where his children were born, and where he 
died Dec. 24, 1850. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Reuben S., b. Sept. 1, 1797; d. Feb. 7, 1872. 355 



IL Henry, b. July 23,1799 

III. Fessenden, b. Feb. 10, 1801 

IV. Lucinda, b. Dec. 10, 1802 
v.- Scotto, b. Jan. 10, 1807 

VI. Saphrona, b. Feb. 23, 1809 

VII. Cleopatra, b. Nov. 10, 1810 

VIII. Perez, b. Aug. 11, 1812 

IX. Tally A., b. June 9, 1816 



d. Mar. 12, 1827, unm. 356 
d. July 25, 1877. 357 

d. Dec. 11, 1872. 358 

d. June 24, 1833, unm. 359 
unmarried. 360 

d. Aug. 14, 1880. 361 

d. Apr. 17, 1882. 362 

d. Mar. 27, 1882. 363 



— 87 — 

• 160. ABRAHAM CLAllK, bom Aug. 15, 1774: married 
Temperance Hallett. He died in Geneva, 111., April, 1840. 
Children born in Westminster, Vi. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah G., b. Feb. II, 1<S01; d. 1837.='^ 364 

II. Marshal], b. Mar. IS, 1804. 365 

III. Abraham, b. Feb. 3, 1808; d. young. 366 

IV. Maria, b. May 25, 1809; d. unmarried, 1879. 367 

V. Abraham, 2d, b. Aug. 13, 1812; d. in 1835. 368 

152. FESSENDEN CLARK, son of Scotto, 3d, of Harwich, 
born Dec. 7, 1778; married -lune 7, 1804, Abigail, daughter of 
Dr. Samuel Nye of Salisbury, Mass. Was engaged in mercan- 
tile business with his brother Scotto in Boston, where his chil- 
dren were all born, and where he died May 27, 1827. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Ann Nye,b. April 26, 1805.t 369 

II. Henry F., b. Sept. 27, 1806; d. Dec. 2, 1880. 370 

III. AbbyNye, b. Oct. 11,1808. 371 

IV. Samuel Nye, b. June 1, 1810; d. Nov. 2, 1811. 372 

V. Wm. Oliver, b.Mar. 21,1813.t 373 

VI. George Porter, b. June 13, 1814; d. Apr. 21, 1846,unm. 374 

VII. Sarah Maria, b. .June 25, 1816; d. Sep. 11, 1863 375 

VIII. Samuel Nye, b. Feb. 15, 1818; d. July24, 1856. 376 

IX. Joseph Nye, b. .Jan. 13, 1820; unmarried. 377 

X. Charlotte A., b. Jan. 6, 1821. § 378 
XL Clarissa Nye,) m • -, . ( d. Aug.25, 1824. 379 

XII. Caroline G., C ^^iP^^^^. ^ d. Aug.25, 1824. 380 

XIII. Francis L., ) b. Nov. 12, 1823; ( d. Sep. 13, 1825. 381 

153. MERCY CLARK, born Nov. e30, 1780; married Oct. 
9, 1800, Ephraim Ranney, born Jan. 25, 1781, and died June 3, 
1826. She died Jan. 29, 1848. Children all born in Westmin- 
ster, Vt. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Clark Ranney, b. Nov. 15, 1801; m. Orpha Miller. 382 

II. Emeline " b. Aug. 6, 1804; d. Nov. 5, 1813. 383 

III. Freeman" b. May 11, 1806; d. 1881. 384 

IV. Sullivan" b. Nov. 23, 1808. 385 

V. Ephraim " b. June 8, 1821; m. Sarah Church. 386 

154. SCOTTO CLARK, 4th, of Harwich, born Sept. 2, 1782; 
married Nov. 14, 1808, Sally M. Freeman,' born July 28, 1788, 

* Sarah Griffith Clai"k, married July 24, 1834, Peter Sears, a Boston merchant; 
had one son, named Franklin, who died young-. She died in Boston, 1837. 

■I- Mai-ried Wm. Lowell, Jan. 1, 1868. 

:1: Supposed to have been lost in a gale at sea, with the brig- "Sophia M.," off 
Cape Hatteras, Sept. 1, 1837. 

§ Married F. G. Ballard, 1854; no children. 



— 38 — 

His children were all born in Boston, where he was engaged in 
the mercantile business until 1837, when he moved to Geneva, 
111., where he died Oct. 12, 1844. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Freeman, b. Sept. 28, 1809; d. young. 387 

II. Mary Freeman,2d,b. April 9, 1811; d. in 1812. 388 

III. Charles Scotto, b. Sept. 8, 1813; d. Oct. 30, 1865. 389 

IV. Harriet Freeman, b. Jan. 17, 1818. 390 

V. Caroline Louisa, b. Mar. 1, 1820; d. June 20, 1878. 391 

VI. Ellen Augusta, b. Sept. 22, 1829. 392 

155. FANNY CLARK, born Aug. 7, 1786; married Oct. 8, 
1808, Samuel Morse, a farmer, who died July 10, 1834. She 
died April 10, 1860, in Westminster, Vt., where their children 
were all born. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Samuel C. Morse,b. 1809; d. Aug. 23, 1875,unm.393 

IL John Dorr, " b. 1811; d. Nov. 2,1869.* 394 

III. Whipple '' b. Nov. 5, 1813; d. June 18, 1876. 395 

IV. Tyler " b. June 1817. 396 

V. Emeline ^' b. July 9, 1824; m. Hon. John Rich- 

ardson. 397 

156. THANKFUL CLARK, born May 12, 1789; married 
Hosea Wright, Sept. 1, 1822; resided in Westminster, Vt., until 
1845, when they moved to Illinois. After his death she and 
her only son Joseph moved still further west. 

157. OLIVER CLARK, born May 30, 1791; married Abigail 
Edes. He was for a time a merchant in Boston. In 1825 he 
went with his family to Smyrna, Turkey, where he remained 
about twelve years as a commission merchant, and then re- 
turned to Boston. In 1838, moved to Cairo, 111., thence to Iron 
Mountain City, Mo., and finally to Smithland, Ky., where he 
died. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Anna Sarah, b. Sept. 8, 1813, in Charlestown, Mass.t 398 

IL Robert Edes,b. April 1,1818, " '' 399 

III. Louisa, b. 1820, " " 400 

IV. Rosa, b. 1822, in Pensacola, Fla. 401 

V. Mary, b. 1824, at St. Mary's Landing,Mo. 402 

158. NATHAN CLARK, born Aug. 5, 1773; married, 1st, 
Martha Gould, born May 4, 1778, and died March 25, 1810. 
Married, 2d, Charlotte Bridgeman. He moved from Marion to 

* He married Maria Whitney; had an only daug-htor named Mary L., who mar- 
ried Henry A. Wells, and resides in Westminster, Vt., but has no children. 

+ Anna S. Clark married Mr. Carrott, of Trinidad de Cuba, live(? there and was 
tl^e mother ot ftve boys, 



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Pittsfield, Mass. While on a journey for the benefit of his 
health, he died March, 1815. He was a sea captain. She died 
March 15, 1819, in Pittsfield. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary, b. Nov. 27, 1798; d. May 12, 1829, unm. 403 

II. Lucretia, b. May 19, 1801; m. Capt. Elisha Luce. 404 

III. William, b. May 24, 1803; d. July 6, 1879.* 405 

IV. Matilda E., b. April 14, 1805; d. June 24, 1882. 406 

V. Ehza. b. Feb. 14, 1807. 407 

VI. Martha G., b. June 25, 1812; d. Dec. 26, 1883. 408 

VII. Nathan H., b. Jan. 3, 1814; d. Aug. 3, 1841.t 409 

164. BETSEY CLARK, born July 7, 1786; married Charles 
Blankinship, born Dec. 22, 1785. She died Dec. 10, 1825. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Joseph Blankinship, b. Oct. 2, 1810; d. Nov. 23, 1879. 410 

II. Edwin A. " b. Mar. 11, 1812; d. Jan. 25, 1848. 411 

166. DESIRE CLARK, born March 12, 1789, married Silas 
Briggs, born Sept. 8, 1792, and died Oct. 23, 1833. She died 
March 11, 1870. Children born in Marion. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Rhoda A. Briggs, b. April 15, 1820. 412 

IL Timothy H. " b. April 24, 1822; d. Mar. 9,1877.413 

III. Abigail C. " b. Mar. 20, 1825. 414 

IV. Herbert B. " b. May 7, 1828; d. Mar. 15, 1856. 415 

V. Silas A. " b. June 26, 1832; d. Apr. 13, 1837. 416 

167. JOHN CLARK, born July 20, 1792; married in 1814, 
Eleanor Handy, born April 19, 1794, died June 19, 1844; mar- 
ried, 2d, Emily Silvia, born April 7, 1810, died April 27, 1863. 
He died Sept. 24, 1863. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. CaroHne S., b. Nov. 24, 1814 

II. Emily M., b. Apr. 15, 1816 

III. Susan D., b. Dec. 20, 1817 

IV. James M., b.Jan. 10,1820 

V. JohnB., b. Nov. 18,1822 

VI. Mercy D., b. Oct. 31, 1824 

VII. Ellen H., b. May 27, 1825 

VIII. Betsev B., b. June 18, 1827 

IX. Wm. ■Franklin,b. May 8, 1829 

X. Walton E., b. Mar. 10, 1831 
XL Charles A., b. July 10, 1833 
XII. Joseph H. b.Oct. 2,1835 



d. Dec. 13, 1838. 417 

d. Mar. 4,1853. 418 

d. April 2, 1839.J 419 

420 
d. Aug. 29, 1850,unm. 421 
d. Mar. 28, 1844. 422 

d. July 8, 1854.11 423 
d. Apr. 28, 1873. 424 

d. Aug. 18, 1845. 425 

d. Sep. 29, 1848. 426 

427 
428 



* Wm. Clark married Amelia Haskell, Aug-. 13, 1829; had Wm. H., born May 26, 
1830; Mary L., born Dec. 30, 1833, and Mary L., 3d, born June 39,1837. All died 
young, leaving no descendants. 

t Married Jan. 1, 1837, Mary Powell, of Darien, Ga., and d. Aug., 1841, at Darien. 

t Married Cornelius Briggs. 

II Mari-ied Henry F. Weeden. 



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169. SALLY BANGS CLARK, daughter of Roland, born 
Sept. 10, 1779; married Joseph Nickerson, born Sept. 27, 1776, 
and died in Duxbtiry, Mass., July 4, 1841. She died March 16, 

1867. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Lucy Nickerson, b. Aug. 9, 1803; d. Mar. 10, 1874.* 429 

II. En:ieline " b. Nov. 16, 1805. 430 

III. Joseph " b. Apr. 13, 1807; d. 1809. 431 

IV. Harriett " b Apr. 3, 1810.t 432 

V. Susan Drew " b. May 1, 1815.t 433 

VI. Joseph Jas. " b. June 23, 1816; d. April 16, 1860. 434 

VII. Sarah Clark '' b. Nov. 11, 1818. 435 

VIII. Henry " b. Jan. 8, 1821.§ 436 

IX. Geo. Francis " b. Feb. 8, 1824. 437 

170. RHODA CLARK, born March 28, 1781; married Julv 
28, 1804, Abraham Winslow, of Brewster, born Oct. 24, 1770. 
Children born in Br vster, where she died Dec. 16, 1854. 

CHILDr.iLN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Abraha' 


II. 


Elisha i'^* 


III. 


Susanna 


IV. 


Frederick 


V. 


Louisa 


VI. 


Roland 


VII. 


Harriet 


VIII. 


Roland 2d 


IX. 


Mary Olivia 



mslow,b. July 28, 1805 

" b. Apr. 25, 1807 

" b. Nov. 22, 1809 

" b. Apr. 25, 1812 

" b. Jan. 26,1816 

" b. Dec. 31, 1818 

" b. Feb. 7, 1821 

" b. Feb. 27, 1824 

" b. May 17, 1826 



d. July 24, 1879. 438 
d. Sep. 13, 1882. 439 
d. Dec. 14, 1830. 440 
d. July 11, 1839. 441 

442 
d. Aug. 14, 1821. 443 
d. Mar. 22, 1863. 444 

445 
d. May 29, 1828. 446 



175. MARK CLARK, born March 18, 1791; married Dec. 
25, 1819, Catharine Allyne, born 1801, and died Jan. 1, 1875. 
He died July 9, 1838, at Harwich, Mass., where his children 
were born. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Elisha, b. April 6, 1823; 

II. Mary A., b. March 19, 1825; 

III. Edward S., b. Nov. eSO, 1827; 

IV. Kezzie H., b. Aug. 31,1829. 

V. Sarah Nye, b. Sept. 17, 1834. 

176. OLIVE CLARK, born Sept. 12, 1793; married Dec. 24, 
1827, Luke Chase,|| of Yarmouth, born June 29, 1791, and died 
Aug. 3, 1855. She died Aug. 5, 1869. 

* Lucy married .Tamos S. Bruce, Dec. 3, 183S; had two children, Jas. W., and 
Emma S. iiotli are dcnid. Mr. Hriico died June 10, 1874. 

t Died Auf?. 9, IS*;*!, unmai-ried. 

$ Teacher in Tioston, unmai-ried. 

§ Died Sept. 2:1, l«t7, uninarriiMl. 

II Luke Chase niaT-ried, Jst, Sally Hall; liad one dauj?hter, now Mrs. Sarah A. 
Linnell, of Oentcrviile, Ms. 



d. Mav 2, 1873. 


447 


d. April 8,1841. 


448 


d. Dec. 16, 1849. 


449 




450 




451 



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CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Julia Chase, b. Dec. 28, 1829; d. Dec. 2, 1882. 452 

II. Charles D. " b. Sept. 19, 1831. 453 

III. Olivia " b. Oct. 8, 1834; d. Oct. 12, 1858. 454 

IV. Wallace " b. April 18, 1836; d. Sept. 1,1836. 455 

V. Wm. Wallace" b. May 10, 1838; d. Sept. 9,1839. 456 

178. ZECHARIAH SEARS, born Dec. 29, 1783; married 
Dec. 2, 1813, Olive Sears, born Dec. 1, 1790, died May 22, 1871. 
Occupation, mariner. Children born in East Dennis. Mass., 
where he died July 27, 1848. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Jos. Bainbridge Sears,b. Oct. 25, 1814; d. Feb. 9, 1835. 457 

II. Isaac H. " b. Oct. 7, 1816; d. Apr. 27, 1838. 458 

III. Barzillai " b. Nov. 22, 1822. 459 

IV. Benjamin " b. Oct. 27, 1826. 460 

V. EHzabeth L. " b. Nov. 9, 1828. 461 

> 'J 

179. DEA. HENRY SEARS, born May ' - 1785; married 
Rhoda Howes, of Dennis, born April 2, 17 led June 14, 
1846. He died May 28, 1823, in East Dennis, Mass., where his 
children were born. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

d. Dec. 11, 1880.* 462 
d. Sep. 15, 1832. 463 
d. Jan. 18, 1842. 464 
d. Feb. 27, 1839. 465 
d. Dec. 16, 1847. 466 

467 

181. ZEBINA SEARS, born 1790; married Eliza Dexter, ot 
Boston. He died Aug. 27, 1835, in Boston. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Charles Sears. 468 

II. Joseph " 469 

III. Elizabeth " 470 

IV. Alfred " 471 

V. Edwin " 472 

VI. Frank " - 473 

183. THANKFUL SEARS, born May 8, 1794; married 
March 20, 1817, Isaiah Howes, who died Oct. 24, 1849. She 
died Sept. 29, 1878. Children born in North Dennis. 

* Calvin Sears married Phebe Cole. Both have died. No descendants. 



I. 


Calvin Sears, 


b. Jan. 


11, 1808 


II. 


Charles " 


b. Oct. 


26, 1810 


III. 


Hitty " 


b. Mar. 


22, 1813 


IV. 


Lydia H. " 


b. Nov. 


28, 1815 


V. 


Zebina " 


b. Dec. 


9, 1818 


VI. 


Rebekah " 


b. Apr. 


11, 1822 



CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Myra Howes, b. Jan. 1,1818; d. May 1851. 474 

II. Henry " b. Jan. 20, 1820; d. Sept. 24, 1832. 475 

III. Sarah C. " b. Feb. 20, 1823. 476 

IV. Roland " b. Oct. 27, 1827. 477 

184. PETER SEARS, born 1796; married, July 24, 1824, 
Sarah G. Clark, born Feb. 11, 1801, and died 1837. He was lor 
many years partner of Scotto Clark, in a wholesale and retail 
hardware business on Kilby street, Boston; went with Mr. 
Clark to Geneva, 111., where he died. He had one son, Franklin 
Sears, who died in infancy. 

185. ROLAND SEARS, born Nov., 1798; married, July 5, 
1838, Mehitable Sears Berry, born July 10, 1808. He died May 
27, 1856, in East Dennis, where their children were born, in the 
house occupied by their grandfather and their great-giandfather. 
After the death of her husband Mrs. Sears moved to Boston to 
educate her daughters, and now resides at 29 Quinoy street, 
Somerville, Mass. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah Frances Sears,b. Apr. 2, 1839. 478 

II. Lydia Alice " b. July 7,1840.* 479 

III. Jos. Bainbridge " b. Apr. 18, 1842. 480 

IV. Rich. Franklin " b. Dec. 22, 1843. 481 

V. Geo. Fulton '' b. Feb. 20, 1847. 482 

VI. Elizabeth W. " b. Jan. 3,1849. 483 

VII. Wm. Hayman " b. Aug. 12, 1850; d. July 24, 1851. 484 

VIII. Mary Harriet " b. Sep. 10, 1852.t 485 

186. SAMUEL CLARKE, 2d, of Boston, born Feb. 20, 1779; 
at Boston Latin School, 1790; then in the store of Joseph 
Coolidge, importer of British goods. About 1800 he went into 
the business with Joseph Coolidge, Jr. In 1804 he retired to a 
farm of 80 acres in Newton, where he built a house, still stand- 
ing, in the possession of F. Skinner, Esq. Married May 18, 
1805, Rebecca Parker, daughter of William Hull, of Newton. 
In 1807 he removed to a farm in Vermont. In 1810 he went 
to Hanover, N. H., where he studied medicine with Prof. 
Nathan Smith, of Dartmouth College. In 1811 he returned to 
Newton, where he practiced his profession until 1816, when he 
removed to Boston. In Boston he practiced medicine, and 
carried on the drug business at the corner of Washington and 
School streets, until 1 829, when he returned to Newton. There 
he built a chemical manufactory, but the works were destroyed 
by fire soon after they went into operation. Before they could 
be rebuilt. Dr. Clarke was seized with a fever, and died Nov. 30, 
1830, aged 51 years. 

* Married Charles H. Nason, 103 Boylston street, Boston, Mass. No children. 
t Married Geo. Arthur Fullerton. 



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His wife survived him many years, and being a woman of 
much talent and energy, she supported herself and family by 
her own exertions, and left a comfortable estate to her unmar- 
ried daughter, besides assisting in many public and charitable 
enterprises. She died in Boston May 25, 1865, aged 75. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Samuel C, b. Feb. 27, 1806, in Newton. 486 

II. Sarah Ann, b. Jan. 21, 1808, in Dorchester. 487 

III. James Freeman, b. April 4, 1810, in Hanover, N. H. 488 

IV. William Hull, b. Sept. 25, 1812, in Newton. 489 

V. Abraham F., b. Oct. 25, 1814, in '^ 490 

VI. Thomas Curtis, b. Sept. 26, 1827, in " 491 

187. HEPZIBAH SWAN, born Oct. 14, 1777; married in 
1800, Dr. John Clark Howard, of Boston, son of Rev. Simeon 
Howard, D. D. Dr. Howard died Aug. 11, 1810, aged 37 years. 
Mrs. Howard died Sept. 14, 1833. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. Hepsy Clark Howard,b. Dec. 9, 1801 . 492 

IL Elizabeth '• b. Sep. 26,1803. 493 

III. John Clark " b. July 27, 1805. 494 

IV. Catherine Hays " b. June 6, 1807. 495 

V. James Swan " b. Mar. 8, 1809; d. June 28, 1814. 496 

VI. Christiana K. " b. Mar. 4, 1811; d. May 27, 1812. 497 

188. CHRISTIANA KEADIE SWAN, born April 10, 1779; 
married in 1806, John Turner Sargent, of Boston, merchant. 
He died Feb. 10, 1813. She died 1867. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. John T. Sargent, b. July 12, 1807. 498 

II. Henry J. " b. Nov. 14, 1808. 499 

III. Howard " b. Jan. 4, 1810. 500 

189. SALLY WEBB SWAN, born May 19, 1782; married 
in 1802, Wm. Sullivan, lawyer, of Boston. He died Sept. 1839, 
aged 64. Mrs. Sullivan died in 1849, aged 67. 

CHILDREN, SEVENTH GENERATION. 

I. James Sullivan, b. July 5, 1804; d. Aug. 27, 1831. 501 

II. Christiana " b. 1806; d. in infancy. 502 

III. William A. " b. Apr. 19, 1807; d, in 1847. 503 

IV. James Swan '' b. Feb. 14, 1809. 504 

V. Sally W. " b. Nov. 10, 1810. 505 

VI. John T. S. " b. Sep. 14, 1813; d. in 1848. 506 

VII. Marianne A. " b. May 20, 1815. 507 

VIII. Olivia B. " b. Apr. 1,1818. 508 

IX. Hepsy Swan " b. June 17, 1819. 509 

X. Meredith A. " b. 1821. 510 



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191. MARY PADDOCK CLARK, born May 27, 1791; mar- 
ried Jeremiah Mayo, of Brewster, born Jan. 29, 1786, and died 
June 20, 1867. Children born in Brewster, where she died 
April 11, 1877. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. ^ 

I. Mary Catherine Mayo, b. April 1, 1826. 511 

II. Charles Edwin " b. Oct. 26, 1827. 512 

III. Sarah Augusta " b. Aug. 24, 1830; unmarried. 513 



192. HANNAH CLARK, born June 29, 1792; married Nov. 
4, 1813, Winslow Hall, born Sept. 2, 1792, and died Aug. 13, 
1875. She died Nov. 3, 1841. Children born in Sandwich, 
Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Winslow C. Hall, b. Sept. 9, 1814; d. Feb. 9, 1815. 514 

II. Eunice " b. Dec. 9, 1815; d. Aug. 30, 1852. 515 

III. Joshua " b. Feb. 9, 1818. 516 

IV. Isaac C. " b. Oct. 7, 1820. 517 

V. Temperance C." b. Dec. 30, 1823; d. May 1, 1848. 518 

VI. Winslow " b. Aug. 22, 1826. 519 

VII. Hannah " b. Mar. 23, 1829; d. Mar. 27, 1860. 520 

VIII. Caroline " b. April 5, 1832; d. July 16, 1862. 521 

IX. Mary Clark " b. April 7, 1836. 522 

194. LOT CLARK, son of Isaac Clark, of Harwich, born 
July 25, 1796; went to Boston 1815; in store of R. M. Barnard; 
commenced business 1818, firm of Means & Clark; married 
Aug. 26, 1826, Mary Barnard, daughter of D. S. Eaton, of Bos- 
ton, born Oct. 19, 1803. Children born in Boston, where he 
died Feb. 24, 1880. She is still living. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary E.. b. May 12, 1827. 523 

II. Eliza, b. Feb. 22, 1829. 524 

III. Sarah, b. May 27, 1831; unmarried. 525 

IV. Caroline, b. July 12, 1834. 526 

V. Charles H., b. Oct. 22, 1836. 527 

VI. Geo. Albert, b. Julv 12, 1839; unmarried. 528 

VII. Anna A., b. Jan. 9, 1842. 529 

VIII. Grace, b. Dec. 26, 1844; unmarried. 530 

IX. Lot, b. Jan. 9, 1850; unmarried. 531 

196. STRABO CLARK, born June 9, 1801; married in 
1838, Adeline Dunbar, who died Aug. 2, 1860. His children 
were born at Brewster, where he died Nov. 23, 1869. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Strabo Franklin, b. Nov. 22, 1839; d. at sea Sept. 1862. 532 

II. Adeline, b. Mar. 20, 1842; d. Oct. 26, 1870. 533 

III. Mary Burr, b. Apr. 21, 1844; d. July 24, 1871. 534 

IV. Georgiana, b. Mar. 13, 1847; d. Nov. 25, 1870. 535 

V. Jonn Henry, b. A.ug. 21, 1850.* 536 

197. TEMPERANCE CLARK, born Oct. 21,1802; married 
Dec. 1840, Benjamin Baker, of Yarmouth, born April 27, 1800. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Benjamin Clark Baker, b. Sep. 29, 1841. 537 

II. Edmund Freeman " b. May 22, 1845; d. Nov. 5, 1875. 538 

199. ALBERT PADDOCK CLARK, born in Brewster, Nov. 
24, 1807; married Feb. 23, 1849, Sarah Freeman, of Brewster, 
born Aug. 12, 1818. He settled in Boston as a merchant. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

L Ella, b. Sept. 20, 1850; d. Sept. 15, 1852. 539 

II. Albert, b. Aug. 8, 1852; d. Aug. 23, 1854. 540 

III. Frederick A., b. May 19, 1855; d. Sept. 24, 1864. 541 

IV. Henry F., b. April 20, 18e57; d. June 20, 1860. 542 

V. Sarah Marie, b. Feb. 10, 1860; d. Sept. 16, 1861. 543 

200. ELIZA JANE CLARK, born April 22, 1810; married 
July 29, 1830, Nathaniel Winslow, born April 14, 1804, died 
Jan. 4, 1880. Children all born in Brewster, Mass., where she 
still lives in her 80th year. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Frances Winslow,b. Feb. 13, 1832.t 544 

II. Eliza 

III. Emma 

IV. Albert 

V. Eliza Emma 

VI. Ida Maria 



b. Mar. 18, 1835; d. Jan. 29, 1844. 545 
b. Apr. 13, 1839; d. Feb.24, 1840. 546 
b. Jan. 23, 1841.t 547 

b. Dec. 15, 1844. ' 548 

b. Jan. 8, 1848; d. Julyl9, 1878. 549 



202. CAPT. WM. CLARK, son of Isaiah, born Feb. 7, 1808; 
married, July 5, 1831, Lydia F. Crosby, b. Sept. 25, 1810. Chil- 
dren born in Brewster. P. 0. address, Brewster, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Deborah M., b. Oct. 9, 1832. 550 

II. Wm. Henry, b. July 12, 1839; d. at sea Jan. 25,1883. 551 

III. Lydia Frances, b. July 19, 1844; d. July 4, 1867. 552 

IV. Henrietta C, b. Oct. 23, 1847; d. July 21, 1856. 553 

* Married June 8, 1882, Celia A. Parker, of Brewster, where they now reside. 
rt Married Elijah E. Knowles, 
$ Married Addie C. Baker, 



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204. JEREMIAH MANTER CLARK, born July 6, 1814; 
married Oct. 20, 1836, Margaret Thayer, born Nov. 14, 1810. 
His occupation was farming, but in 1850 he went to California, 
where failing health caused him to return, and homeward 
bound, on the brig Wm. Penn, he died of cholera on Nov. 5, 
1850, and was laid to rest beneath the Pacific's waves. Children 
born in Brewster. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Phebe, b. Oct. 20, 1838. 554 

II. Margaret A., b. March 15, 1840. 555 

III. Geo. Albert, b. Aug. 16, 1849. 556 

205. ISAAC CLARK, born Sept. 12, 1818; married, 1st, 
Jan. 12, 1843, Mary Ann Weld, who died Aug. 18, 1866; mar- 
ried, 2d, Eliza Jane Brintnall. P. 0. address, 46 Madison street. 
Providence, R. I. Children born in Brewster, except the 
youngest. He followed the sea 33 years. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Louisa, b. March 4, 1845; d. Dec. 26, 1863. 557 

II. Rosa Ferrin, b. April 12, 1849; d. April 27, 1867. 558 

III. Isaac Henry, b. April 19, 1852.* 559 

IV. Rosa Etta, b. May 24, 1871, in Providence, R. I. 560 

215. FREEMAN CLARK, son of Judah, born May 23, 
1795; married, 1st, Oct. 11, 1819, Frances Lincoln, born Dec. 
17, 1791, and died July 19, 1840; married, 2d, Dec. 16, 1841, 
Nancy W. Stevens, born Jan. 13. 1813, and died July 2, 1849; 
married, 3d, Oct. 9, 1850, Sarah Goodwin Hyde, born Aug. 29, 
1813. Children born in Bath, Me., where he died May 17, 1867.t 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry Scotto, b. Nov. 6, 1824; d. Jan. 23, 1825. 561 

II. Frances L., b. July 6, 1829; d. Nov. 25, 1867. 562 

III. Agnes E. S., b. Jan. 3, 1844. 563 

IV. Augusta Hyde, b. Mar. 25, 1853; d. Apr. 17, 1853. 564 

220. WINSLOW CLARK, born Aug. 29, 1804; married 
June 3, 1830, Betsey L. Bard well, born April 2, 1810. Occupa- 
tion, farming. Children born in Shelburne, Mass., where he 
died Nov. 12, 1881, and where his widow still resides. 

* Married Lillian E. Cornell, 1873. 

+ On the stone that marks the place of his mortal rest is inscribed: 'I have, 
foug-ht a g-ood flg-ht, I have finished my course, 1 have kept the faith. Henceforth 
there is laid up for me a crown." 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



William Henry, b. Aug. 8, 1831; d. Aug. 20, 1858. 565 

Joel Bard well, b. Sept. 14, 18:^.3. 566 

b. Jan. 23 1838. 567 

b. Mar. 29. 1843. 568 

b. Oct. 14, 1845 569 

b. Dec. 3, 1853. • 570 



I. 
II. 

III. Abigail Freeman 

IV. Judah Winslow, 

V. Lydia Newhall, 

VI. Betsey Maria, 



221. CHARLES MORTON, born March 16, 1789; married 
May 28, 1812, Polly Cleveland, born April 10, 1792. He died 
Dec. 15, 1855, in Rochester, N. Y. 



I. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 



CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



Lorenzo C. Morton, b. Aug. 5,1813. 



* 



Walter D. 
Eliza Ann 
George 
Mary M. 
Charles W. 



VII. Francis H. 



b. Apr. 20, 1815; d. Dec. 4, 
b. Jan. 23, 1817; d. Mar. 15, 
b. July 20, 1819; d. June 4, 
b. Oct. 10, 1823; d. Feb. 16, 
b. Dec. 24, 1832; d. July 27, 
b. Nov. 25, 1834; d. Sep. 13, 



571 

1866.t 572 
1873. j 573 
1862. 574 
1838. 575 
1859. 576 
1836. 577 



223. NANCY MORTON, born May 8, 1795; married June 
6, 1816, John Howland, born June 8, 1789, and died Dec. 5, 
1878. She died Jan. 2, 1859, in Conway, Mass., where their 
children were born. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

XI. 



a 



Harriet N. Howland,b. 
A son (not named) b 
Asa Allen Howland, b. 

b. 

b. 

b. 

b. 

b. 

b. 

b. 

b. 



John Mills 
Clark Morton 
D wight 
Elizabeth 
Charles M. 
Nancy Judson " 
Samuel F. " 
Mary Morton " 



June 24, 


1817; 


Feb. 


to, 


1819; 


Feb. 


8, 


1820. 


May 


5, 


1822; 


Mar. 


20, 


1824. 


May 


V, 


1826; 


Sep. 


19, 


1828; 


Nov. 


25, 


1830; 


Jan. 


27. 


1833; 


Aug. 


21, 


1835; 


Mar. 


18, 


1839; 



d. May 31, 
d. Mar. 10, 

d. Mar. 24, 

d. Mar. 2, 
d. Aug. 24, 
d. Oct. 10, 
d. Feb. 20, 
unmarried 
d. Aug. 25, 



1840. 578 

1819. 579 

580 

1851. 581 
582 

1862.583 
1870. 584 
1853. 585 

1852. 586 
.§ 58Y 
1857.588 



224. HANNAH MORTON, born Sept. 10, 1797; married 
Dec. 9, 1819, Wm. Avery Howland, born May 17, 1794, and died 
June 24, 1878. Children born in Conway, Mass., where she 
died Aug. 30, 1875. 

* Died at Columbus, Ga., in the war. 
t Mai'ried Martha A. Beach. 
$ Married John D. Ford. 

§ Graduated with title of D. D. S., at Penn Dental College, Philadelphia, Pa. 
P.O. address, 29 West 42d street, New York. 



I. 


Edward He 


II. 


William 


III. 


George 


IV. 


Henry 


V. 


Allen 


VI. 


Eliza S. 


VII. 


Francis 


VIII 


. Francis, 2d, 


IX. 


Walter M. 



a 
u 
<( 

(( 

a 



— 48 — 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Edward Howland,b. June 28, 1821; d. Aug. 24, 1863. 589 

b. Dec. 12, 1822; d. Dec. 23, 1880. 590 

b. July 30, 1824. 591 

b. Mar. 29, 1837; d. May 1883. 592 

b. Jan. 20, 1832; d. Jan. 13, 1857. 593 

b. Nov. 13, 1833; d. Aug. 30, 1836. 594 

b. June 11, 1836; d. Apr. 1, 1838. 595 

b. Sep. 3, 1838 596 

b. July 22, 1840. 597 

226. SOPHIA MORTON, born Nov. 5, 1801 ; married Nov. 

10, 1831, Solomon Graves, b. Dec. 3, 1798, and died June 25, 
1867. She died June 15, 1880, in Hatfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Thaddeus Graves, b. Nov. 1, 1834. 598 

11. Sophia " b. June 4, 1836. 599 

« 

227. ELIZA MORTON, born May 13, 1804; married Aug. 
30, 1830, Hiram F. Stockbridge, born June 8, 1804. She died 
at Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1868. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Helen E. Stockbridge,b. July 17, 1831; d. Dec. 16, 1874.*6()0 

II. Hiram R. " b. Nov. 11, 1833, in Whately,Mass. 601 

III. Henry D. " b. Aug. 7, 1843, inRochester,N.Y.602 

228. MERCY MORTON, born Aug. 1, 1807; married, 1st, 
Caleb C. Wells, who died, and she married, 2d, Jan. 12, 1847, 
Loyal G. Dickinson, of Leicester, Mass. No children. 

229. LOUISA HICKCOX, born Sept 13, 1786; married, 
1st, Mr. Hart, who soon died; married, 2d, Augustus Thrall, of 
Clinton, N. Y. They settled in Boone county, Mo., where they 
died. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Seth Hart, 


b. 




1807; d. unmarried. 


603 


11. 


Mary L. Thrall 


,b. 


May 11 


, 1809; d Jan. 31, 1870. 


604 


III. 


Erastus " 


b. 




1811; m. Martha Gentry. 


605 


IV. 


George " 


b. 




1814; d. young. 


606 


V. 


Harriet " 


b. 




1818: 


607 


VI. 


Logan " 


b. 


/ 


1821; d. at the age of 16. 


608 


VII. 


Minerva " 


b. 




1824; m. W. M. Pulliam. 


609 


* Unmarried. 











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231. HON. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HICKCOX, bom in 

Brookfield, Mass., April 12, 1790; married, March 27, 1817, 
Arristeen Pixley, bora at Fairfield, Ct., May 31, 1794, and died 
Aug. 29, 1876. Children born at Boonville, Mo., where he 
died June 29, I860.* 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Franklin W. Hickcox,b. June 22, 1818. 610 

II. Henry C. " b. Oct. 31, 1819. 611 

III. Truman V. " b. Feb. 14, 1822; unmarried. 612 

IV. Harriet E. '' b. Jan. 30, 1824; d. June 29, 1860. 613 

V. Martha A. " b. Feb. 16, 1826. 614 

232. ELISHA CLARK HICKCOX, born Feb. 5, 1792, in 
Harwich, Mass. ; married Elsie Rosebaum Berry, born Sept. 22, 
1794. He died at Madison, Wis., July 11, 1852. She, in her 
90th year, is still living with her daughter, in New York. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. Katharine B.Hickcox,b. April 16, 1822; d. May 1, 1840. 615 

II. H. Maria " b. Mar. 13, 1824. 616 

III. Susan Walden " b. Feb. 3, 1828; d. Nov.22, 1831. 617 

IV. James " b. April 9, 1831. d. July27, 1883. 618 

V. Benjamin " b. Aug. 7,1836. 619 

233. GEN. GEO. WASHINGTON HICKCOX, born in Har- 
wich, Mass., April 10, 1794; married, March 18, 1819, Sarah 
Marvine, born May 17, 1796, and died Jan. 21, 1852. He 
settled on a farm at Ridgeway, Iowa county. Wis., at a very 
early day, and was once the candidate of the Whig party for 
Territorial Delegate in Congress. He died at Ridgeway, Dec. 
24, 1855. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Clark Hickcox, b. Jan. 12, 1820. 620 

II. George " b. Mar. 5, 1824. 621 

III. Edward M. " b. Feb. 3, 1827; d. 1831. 622 

IV. Charlotte " b. Dec. 3, 1830; d. 1831. 623 

V. Eloise M. " b. Mar. 19, 1833. 624 

* The following- obituary was published at the time of his death: "Died, near 
Boonville, Mo., June 39, 1860, Judge B. F. Hickcox, in the 71st year of his age. 
The deceased was one of the pioneers of Central Missouri, having- been a resident 
on the verj' homestead where he died nearly 45 years. The immediate cause of 
his death was cancer, which wore his life inch by inch away. But with a heroism 
and fortitude seldom equaled, he bore the g-reat weight of his affliction, and went 
down to the grave in a g-ood old ag-e, sharing- larg-ely the affection and respect of 
the whole community where he so long- resided. He filled various offices of pub- 
lic trust, with honor to himself and credit to the State and County. He has rep- 
resented our county twice or more in the State Leg-islature, and occupied the 
bench as Judge of our County Court, in all of which stations he showed himself 
the faithful officer, the confiding friend, the advocate of right and justice ,and 
the scrupulously honest man."— Slissouri Paper. 



-50- 

234. CHARLES HICKCOX, born March 21, 1796; married 
Maria Hill, born in Kentucky, Feb. 4, 1804, died April 6, 1873. 
He was a farmer, and lived in Pisgah, Mo., where he died Oct. 
9, 1851. Children born in Pisgah. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. James M. Hickcox, b. 1826. 625 

II. Thog. Hill 

III. Harriet E. 

IV. Louise M. 

V. George W. 

VI. Mary J. 



b. 1828. 626 

b. April 9, 1830. 627 

b. Dec. 28, 1832; d. Apr. 3,1874. 628 
b. Oct. 5, 1838; unmarried. 629 
b. April 13, 1842. 630 



235. HARRIET HICKCOX, born Jan. 1, 1798; married 
Samuel Comstock. They lived at Clinton, N. Y., where their 
children were born. He died at Chittenango, and she at New 
York Mills. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. John Edwin Comstock, b. May 31, 1818. 631 

II. ^Charlotte G. " b. 632 

236. MARIA AMELIA HICKCOX, born in Conway, Mass., 
April 1, 1800; married James Morrison, at Kaskaskia, 111., in 
1822, and in 1828 settled at Ridgeway, Wis., but in 1839 removed 
thence to Madison, where he died Dec. 24, 1860. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

ison, ) Tw;i-.o A ;^ ii^fn^^,r ^^^ 



I. William Morr 

II. Euphrasia 

III. Maria L. 

IV. James 

V. Henry 

VI. Harriet H. 
'VII. Clarissa P. 



Twins, d. in infancy. n^.^ 

b. June 12, 1824. 635 

b. 1826; d. young. 636 

b. 1828; d. young. 637 

b. Nov. 15, 1829. 638 

b. April 19, 1839.t 639 



237. EDWARD YOUNG HICKCOX, born at Chnton, N. 
Y., June 8, 1804; married, Sept. 16, 1828, Sophia S. Scott, born 
Feb. 9, 1809. He died at San Jose, Cal., Sept. 11, 1866. His 
widow resides with her son, Seth H., at Los Angeles, Cal. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Sophia Hickcox, b. Oct. 11, 1829; d. Dec. 8, 1873. 640 

II. Edward " b. Apr. 5, 1831; d. Nov. 1863. 641 

III. Harriet " b. Dec. 7, 1832; d. Aug. 21, 1841. 642 

IV. John Scott " b. Nov. 18, 1835, at Lodi, N. Y. 643 

V. Seth Hart " b. Dec. 30, 1840, at Huron, Ohio. 644 

VI. Benjamin '' b. May 31, 1842; d. June 2, 1842. 645 

VII. Miliicent M. '' b. Jan. 18, 1844, at Cleveland,Ohio.646 

* Married Lucius Curtiss and resides at Chittenango, N. Y. 
t Married G. W . Slayton. Died, without issue, 1871. 




P<f.^^m*-^ir-'M'ry9ftnifr.f!Xs:';j^\^-<... ..r . -.■ :-.,«j;a^i<»Kcg»CTms*. 



c:p^Jtx<T^^ 




— 51 — 

238. JAMES FORDYCE HICKCOX, bom at Clinton, Dec. 
26, 1805; married, Dec. 1, 1828, Malinda Goza, born Dec. 2, 
1812, and died June 3, 1856. He died Aug. 10, 1860, at Califor- 
nia, Mo. Children born in Moniteau county. Mo. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Chas. Goza Hickcox, b. Oct. 15, 1829; m. Polly Martin.647 

II. Benjamin " b. Mar. 26, 1831; d. Mar.ll, 1865. 648 

III. Martha Ann E. " b. Apr. 30, 1833. 649 

IV. Mary '' b. Feb. 18, 1835. 650 

V. Jas. Fordyce " b. Feb. 19, 1835; d. Oct. 26, 1863. 651 

VI. Truman " b. July 15, 1837; d. Jan. 7, 1860. 652 

VII. George W. " b.- July 10, 1842, d. May 5, 1852. 653 

VIII. Thomas G. " b. Apr. 9, 1848.* 654 

239. JULIA CLARK, born Dec. 28, 1798; married, Dec. 12, 
1827, Luther White, a builder of machinery, born Aug. 11, 
1794, and died July 9, 1872. Children born in Worcester, Mass., 
where she resides at No. 19 William street. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



b. Dec. 5, 1830. 656 

b. Sept. 6, 1832. 657 

b. Oct. 6, 1834; d. Dec. 17, 1855. 658 

b. Aug. 14, 1837; d. Aug. 8, 1842. 659 

b. Sept. 22, 1839; unmarried. 660 

b. Sept. 17, 1842. . 661 

240. HON. LINCOLN CLARK, born in Conway, Mass., 
Aug. 9, 1800; married, Sept. 24, 1836, Julia Annah Sniith, born 
in Hadley, Mass., Oct. 13, 1812, a lady of refined taste, generous 
impulses, and high mental culture, who has given much aid to 
the compiler in collecting these records. Judge Clark graduated 
at Amherst College in 1825. Was iii Virginia and North Caro- 
lina from 1825 to 1831, teaching, and studying law. At Pick- 
ensville, Ala., from 1831 to 1836, where he practiced law, held 
county offices, and was twice a member of the State Legislature. 
At Tuscaloosa, 1836-1847, where he was law partner of Hon. 
Wolsey Peck; was also for a time Attorney-General of the State, 
and Judge of the Circuit Court. Was at Dubuque, Iowa, from 
1847 to 1862. Representative in Congress, 1852-53. From 1862 
to 1866, practiced his profession in Chicago, and then was 
appointed Register in Bankruptcy. In 1869 a severe attack of 
typhoid fever ruined his health and unfitted him for the active 
duties and labors of life But few men in our country have 
made for themselves a better record than he. For many years 
he was an elder in the Presbyterian church. He not only pos- 

* Married Ellen M. McCarroU. 



I. 


Charles L. Whi 


II. 


Austin " 


III. 


Maria *' 


IV. 


Luther " 


V. 


Edwin " 


VI. 


Amelia " 


VII. 


Henry " 



— 52 — 

sessed great intellectual attainments, but a rare development 
also of moral qualities, guided by which he was always found 
on the side of justice and right. At the age of 83, in the village 
of Conway, Mass., nestled among the hills, he, surrounded by 
the scenes of his boyhood rambles, serenely awaits the close of 
a life well spent. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Catharine Lincoln, b. Feb. 26, 1838, in Tascaloosa,Ala.662 

II. Julia Annah, b. Nov. 13, 1840, " " " 663 

III. Lincoln Ellis, b. May 2,1843, " " " 664 

IV. Edward Fessenden,b. May 9, 1845, " " " 665 

V. Charles Conway, b. Dec. 21, 1846; d. Dec. 24, 1846. 666 
VL Robert Keith, b. Mar. 8, 1851; d. July 5,1852.667 

244. LUCINDA A. CLARK, born Sept. 14, 1808; married, 
April 22, 1833, Ralph Ware, of Conway. They settled in Gran- 
ville, 111., where their children were born, and where he died in 
May, 1864. Occupation, farming. She resides at 4823 Hyde 
Park Ave., Hyde Park, 111. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Edward K. Ware, b. Aug. 2, 1834, 668 

II. Caroline C. " b. Oct. 9, 1836. 669 

III. Lucinda A. " b. April 28, 1839. 670 

IV. Lyman " b. Nov. 11, 1841. 671 

V. Ann Louisa " b. Dec. 25, 1843; d. Dec. 24, 1845. 672 

VI. Elisha C. " b. Aug. 30, 1846. 673 

VII. Lincoln C. " b. Sept. 9, 1849. 674 

VIII. Henry F. " b. Oct. 30, 1851. 675 

' 245. ABIGAIL CLARK, born Oct. 12, 1810; married, April 
8, 1836, Rev. Jared M. Stone, who died Oct. 10, 1876. She 
died at Old Du Quoin, 111., Feb. 10, 1879. No children. 

247. HANNAH CLARK, born June 18, 1815; married, June 
17, 1839, Cephas Arms, born Oct. 5, 1811. She died May 26, 
1844, in Knoxville, 111. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. Charles H. Arms, b. Dec. 25, 1840. 676 

II. Julia Hannah " b. May 21, 1844. 677 



248. EDWARD CLARK, born Nov. 5, 1817; married, Dec. 
8, 1857, Agnes A. Bean, born Dec. 2, 1834. Occupation, farm- 
ing. He died Feb. 26, 1879, at St. Peter, Minn., where his 
children were born, and where his widow still resides. 



— SB- 
CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Ellen M., b. Jan. 6, 1859. 678 

II. Julia B., b. July 1, 1861; d. Jan. 6, 1876. 679 

III. Martha J., b. June 20, 1867. 680 

IV. Alta A., b. June 4, 1869. 681 

249. MARY MOODY CLARK, bom Sept. 26, 1805; mar- 
ried May 26, 1826, Rev. John Adams Nash, born in Conway, 
Mass., Sept. 8. 1789; graduated at Amherst College, 1824, and 
died Oct. 7, 1877. She died March 11, 1880. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Rebecca Emerson Nash,b. Aug. 30, 1827; d. Sep. 14, 1827. 682 

II. Henry C. " b. Feb. 21, 1829. 683 
IIL William " b. Feb. 21, 1831; d. Apr.l8, 1832. 684 

IV. William Adams " b. Oct. 17, 1835; d. July 1864.685 

V. John Adams " b. May 29, 1838. 686 

VI. Scotto Clark " b. Nov. 5,1841. 687 
VILDuaneH. " b. Dec. 8,1843. 688 

250. SABRA COBB CLARK, born Sept. 1, 1807; married, 
Sept. 8, 1828, Ebenezer Strong Snell, born Oct. 7, 1801. He was 
a son of Rev. Dr. Thomas Snell, of North Brookfield, Mass. 
Entered Williams College, 1819. At the close of his Junior year 
he entered Amherst College, in the first class, and graduated in 
1822. Commenced teaching in the college, 1825. Appointed 
Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 1834, which 
position he held till the time of his death, Sept. 18, 1876. She 
died May 23, 1883, in Amherst, Mass., where their children 
were born. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Rebecca Emerson Snell,b. July 23, 1829; d. Dec. 5, 1841. 689 

II. Mary Louisa " b. Aug. 8, 1831. 690 

III. Martha! Porter " b. Oct. 20, 1835; d.'Feb. 23, 1860. 691 

IV. Tirzah Strong " b. Nov. 10, 1839. 692 

V. Sabra Clark " b. Jan. 31, 1845; unmarried. 693 

253. LOUISA STRONG CLARK, born April 11, 1818; mar- 
ried, Feb. 4, J 846, Jonathan E. Porter. She died April 19, 1852, 
in Hadley, Mass., where their children were born. His P. O. 
address is North Brookfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Emma Louisa Porter,b. Dec. 12, 1846; unmarried. 694 

II. Louisa Clark '' b. Aug. 17, 1848; d. Aug. 17, 1850. 695 

III. Susan E " b. Mar. 9, 1850; d. Feb. 3, 1853. 696 

IV. Edwards Clark '^ b. Apr. 13, 1852; d. June 16, 1852. 697 



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254. IRENE CLARK, bom Sept. 27, 1799; married, April 
1, 1823, John Markell, born Sept. 2, 1796, and died Dec. 8, 1877. 
Occupation, farming. He was Postmaster at Manheim Centre 
twenty-five years, and a member of the New York Legislature 
in 1860. Children born at Manheim, Herkimer county, N. Y., 
where she died June 15, 1841. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Charlotte Markell, b. Dec. 20, 1825.* 698 

II. Elizabeth D. " b. Jan. 1, 1828. 699 

III. Clark Henry '' b. June 12, 1830. 700 

IV. Maria Louise " b. May 28, 1833. 701 

V. Wm. Lester " b. Jan. 15, 1836. 702 

VI. Jacob " b. Feb. 27, 1839. 703 

255. ELECTA MARIA CLARK, born Jan. 15, 1801; mar- 
ried, in 1820, Reuben Hawley, born in Connecticut, and died in 
Chittenango, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1835. He was a merchant, first in 
Canastota, and afterwards in Chittenango. She died Oct. 3, 
1876. Children born in Canastota. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1. John Dean Hawley,b.Mar.20, 1821. ' 704 
IL Oliver Andrew " b. Oct. 5, 1825; d. July ll,1874.unm.705 

256. SOPHIA CLARK, born May 12, 1802; married, Oct. 

2, 1822, Samuel Fuller, a physician and surgeon, born in Sche- 
nectady, N. Y., April 16, 1795, and died in New York city, Nov. 
21, 1867, where his widow still resides, at No. 215 W.42d street. 
Children born in Chittenango, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Edward J. Faller,b. June 27, 1825; d. June 11, 1852,unm.706 

II. Mary D. " b. Aug. 1, l827.t 707 

III. William O. " b. Nov. 15, 1830. 708 

IV. Clark " b. Mar. 20, 1833; d. Oct. 12, 1833. 709 

V. Anna " b. Feb. 4, ]836.t 710 

VI. George^K. " b. July 8, 1840; unmarried. 711 

257. OLIVER R. CLARK, born Oct. 8, 1803; married Aug. 
12, 1835, Nancy M. Lockwood, born March 31, 1815, in Lenox, 
N. Y. Children born in Columbia, Mich. P. 0. address, 
Napoleon, Mich. 

* Married E. Bruce; died without issue. 

t Married Ora H. Bog'ardus, and died, without issxie, Aug-. 13, 1875. 

% Married, Nov. 36, J8G0, D. Stewart, and died, without issue, July 37, 1870. 



1. 


Charlotte D., 


b. 


Apr. 


29, 1840. 


II. 


Oliver E., 


b. 


Jan. 


13, 1842. 


III. 


Maria A., 


b. 


Feb. 


14, 1844. 


IV. 


Charles A., 


b. 


Jan. 


17, 1848. 


V. 


Irene C, 


b. 


Sept. 


, 20, 1850. 


VI. 


George H., 


b. 


Feb. 


15, 1853. 


VII. 


Lester A., 


b. 


Nov. 


22, 1856. 



— 55 — 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

712 

713 
714 
715 
716 
717 
718 

261. ELIZA CLARK, born Aug. 27, 1809; married, Dec. 2, 

1839, George B. Rowe, who died Dec. 27, 1852, in Canastota, N. 
Y., where their children were born, and where she still lives. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Cornelia G. Rowe, b. Jan. 17, 1842. 719 

II. Carrie E. " b. Aug. 25, 1845. 720 

III. George " b. Mar. 22, 1847; d. Dec. 12, 1860. 721 

IV. Benjamin " b. July 3, 1851; unmarried. 722 

262. CHARLOTTE D. CLARK, born Feb. 15, 1811; mar- 
ried Rev. John M. Snyder, born at Watertown, N. Y., April 26, 
1807; entered the ministry of the M. E. Church, at the age of 
19, and labored faithfully for more than 30 years as a member 
successively of the Genesee, Oneida and Wyoming conferences; 
and died Feb. 2, 1875, in Carroll county. 111. She died Nov. 4, 

1840, at New York Mills, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah Snyder, b. May 3, 1834, at New York Mills. 723 

II. George " b. May 7, 1836, at Wilkesbarre, Pa. 724 

267. SCOTTO CLARK, son of Oliver, born March 19, 1821; 
married, 1st, May 1, 1845, Lucy Ann Olcott, born in Sullivan, 
N. Y., Jan. 21, 1825, and died May 23, 1849; married, 2d, Sept. 
6, 1849, Harriet A. Leason, born March 2, 1826. Occupation, 
farming. Finished his education at Cazenovia, 1840. Settled 
in Henry county, 111., in 1855, a;id is proprietor of a valuable 
farm there. P. O. address, Cambridge, 111. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Sophia, b. June 7, 1846, in Sullivan, N. Y. 725 

II. Charlotte E., b. April 17, 1852, " " " 726 

III. Mary M.. b. Feb. 8, 1855, " Princeton, 111. 727 

IV. Eliza Ann, b. Aug. 6, 1859, " Cambridge, 111. 728 

V. Emma, b. Oct. 2, 1861, " " " 729 

VI. Harriet A., b. Feb. 1, 1870, " " " 730 

269. SALLY FIELD, barn March 27, 1791; married, Jan. 
13, 1813, Capt. Otis Childs, born 1790, and died March 22,1864. 
Children born in Conway, Mass., where she died Dec. 29, 1819. 



56 — 



CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. Edward Childs, 

II. William S. 

III. Henry 

IV. Sally Field 






a 



b. Dec. 31, 1813. 
b. May 28, 1816. 
b. Jan. 28, 1818. 
b. Dec. 21, 1819. 



731 

732 
733 
734 



271 . ELIAKIM FIELD, born Oct. 20, 1794; married Ckrissa 
Ross. He died at Montrose, Pa., Oct. 1850. 



CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Samuel Field, b. Sept. 22, 1805; unmarried. 



735 



272. SOPHIA FIELD, born July 14, 1796; married Henry 
Childs, born May 16, 1796, in Rutland, Vt., and died March 18, 
1876. She died Feb. 9, 1864. Both died at Canandaigua, N. 
Y. Children born in Hatfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. Louisa H. Childs,' b. March 15, 1819; d. Dec. 11, 1840. 736 

II. Hannah F. " b. March 13, 1821; d. Apr. 22, 1873. 737 

III. Henrv H. " b. March 20, 1825. 738 



274. OLIVER CLARK FIELD, born March 9, 1800; mar- 
ried, 1st, Jan. 24, 1824, Laura Nash, born in Conway, Mass., 
Aug. 10, 1803, and died Oct. 2, 1848; married, 2d, March 19, 
1849, Electa Sanderson, born in Bernardston, June 6, 1806, and 
died Dec. 15, 1876. Children born in Conway, where he died 
Dec. 18, 1876. 



CHILDREN, 
I. Electa M. Field, b. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



II. 


Louise " 


b 


III. 


Susan H. " 


b 


IV. 


Pauline W. " 


b 


V. 


Tabitha C. " 


b 


VI. 


Elijah N. 


b 


VII 


. Paulina W,2d " 


b 



739 
740 
741 

742 



Oct. 4,1826. 

June 28, 1829. 

May 9, 1831 ; d. Sep. 15, 1865. 

Aor. 22, 1833; d. Oct. 14, 1833. 

Mar. 23 1836; d. July 12, 1856,unm.743 

June 4, 1839; d. Sep. 28, 1862, '' 744 

Apr. 22, 1842; d. Apr. 27, 1848. 745 

275. LOUISA FIELD, born Nov. 4, L802; married, Jan. 14. 
1823, Elisha Wells, of Hatfield, Mass., born 1798, died Aug. 8, 
1873. Children, except the oldest, born in Hatfield, where she 
died Aug. 1, 1878. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. 


David F. Wells, b. Jan. 12, 1824; 


d. May 27, 1866. 


746 


II. 


Eunice W. " b. Mar. 20, 1825; 


d. Feb. 6,1861. 


747 


III. 


Otis C. " b. Oct. 3, 1828. 




748 


IV. 


Hannah S. " b. Sep. 29, 1830. 




749 


V. 


Joseph S. " ] b. Apr. 17, 1842. 




750 


VI. 


Daniel W. " j b. Apr. 17, 1842. 




751 



-5*?- 

278. DAVID FIELD, 2d, born Oct. 24, 1807; married, 1st, 
Sept. 1831, Angeline Sylvester, born April 23, 1812, and died 
Dec. 19, 1863; married*^, 2d, Mrs. Mary Margison, with whom 
he now lives at Hennepin, 111. Farmer and nursery agent. 
With patriotic zeal, at the age of 57, he served his country in 
the Union army as a soldier in the 139th Regt. 111. Vol. Infantry. 
Children born in Conway, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Martha F. Field, b. June 29, 1832. , 752 

II. Francis S. " b. Feb. 12, 1834. 753 

III. Almeron " b. June 30, 1836. 754 

IV. Lucy W. " b. July 25, 1846. 755 

279. ALMERON FIELD, born Aug. 15, 1809; married, 1st, 
July 28, 1836, Mary Catharine Bassford, born 1816, and died 
Jan. 3, 1838; married, 2d, July 29, 1844, Rose Finn, bom 1822, 
and died Jan. 4, 1873. He resides at Waverly, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Thomas B. Field, b. Dec. 20, 1837. 756 

II. Eliakim " b. July 20, 1845. 757 

III. Mary 0. " b. Sep. 5, 1847. , 758 

IV. Maria Louisa " b. Apr. 5, 1850. 759 

V. Jas.M. Flanders'' b. July 27, 1852; d. 1870. 760 

VI. Hannah " b. Dec. 5, 1854.* 761 

VII. Almeron " b. Sep. 29, 1856. 762 

VIII. Chapin Hall " b. Dec. 5, 1859. • 763 

280. ESTHER FIELD, born May 6, 1812; married, Feb. 9 
1832, Nye Haskell, farmer, born in Wendell, Mass., Oct. 14 
1804, and died July 3, 1860. She died Feb. 8, 1872. Both died 
in Deerfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry Clark Haskell, b. Oct. 25, 1837, in Wendell. 764 

II. John Gamber " b. Apr. 2, 1845, in Deerfield. 765 

281. TABITHA CLARK FIELD, born Feb. 12, 1814; mar- 
ried, Nov. 9, 1836, Levi Graves, 2d, of Hatfield, Mass., who died 
Oct. 28, 1867. Children born in Hatfield, where she died July 
25, 1876, and where both were buried. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Louisa Field Graves, b. Oct. 16, 1838; d. Dec. 7, 1850. 766 

II. Myron Clark " » b. June 13, 1841. 767 

III. Maria C. " j b. June 13, 1841. 768 

IV. Mary Louisa " b. Feb. 18, 1857. 769 

* In the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Montreal, Can. 



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282. JOSHUA VICTOR HOPKINS CLARK, born in Caze- 
novia, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1803; married Phebe A. Sims, of Cazenovia. 
He died June 18, 1869, in Manlius, N. Y., where his children 
were born, and where his widow still resides. He owned a farm 
and cultivated the soil, but was a man of much learning, and of 
fine literary taste, and was somewhat noted as an author. His 
"History of Onondaga" and his "Lights and Lines of Indian 
and Pioneer Life" are among the rare books found in our public 
libraries. He was a member of the New York Legislature in 
1855, corresponding member of the N. Y. Hist. Society, and for 
several years president of the Onondaga Hist. Society. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. William Thomas Clark, b. March 10, 1831. 770 

II. Albert Gallatin " b. Jan. 6, 1833. 771 

III. Helen Louise " b. June 24, 1839. 772 

IV. Sophia Adaline " b. Dec. 11, 1841. 773 

V. Cornelia Sims " b. July 20, 1847. 774 

283. HANNAH CLARK, born Aug. 13, 1804; married, Jan. 
28, 1829, William Bates, merchant, born Aug. 25, 1797, and 
died Dec. 19, 1836. She died in Johnstown, N. Y., March 20, 

1883. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry H. Bates, b. June 22, 1832. 775 

II. Charles C. " b. Apr. 14, 1834; d. Dec. 9, 1869. 776 

284. THOMAS ADAMS CLARK, born in Sullivan, N. Y., 
April 12, 1815; married, 1st, Sept. 19, 1833, Hannah W. Smith, 
born Dec. 11, 1819, and died Feb. 26, 1855; married, 2d, Nov. 1, 
1855, Lucretia Remington, born May 1823, and died Sept. 19, 
1856; married, 3d, Sept. 7, 1859, Susannah Hubbard, born Dec. 
15, 1822. He died April 9, 1881, at Chittenango, N. Y., where 
his widow still resides. Children born at Sullivan, except the 
two younger. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Amelia R., b. Dec. 1, 1839; d. Nov. 15, 1856. 777 

II. Helen A., b. June 2,1842; d. Nov. 7,1859. 778 

III. Irene A., b. April 5, 1844. 779 

IV. Mary E., b. June 28, 1846. 780 

V. Alice S., b. Oct. 2, 1848. 781 

VI. Henry T., b. Sep. 17, 1851. 782 

VII. Lucretia, b. Sep. 18, 1856. 783 

285. SARAH HELEN CLARK, born in Sullivan, N. Y., 
Sept.- 21, 1820; married, Jan. 6, 1847, Hon. Delos Lake, born 
April 20, 1820. She died in New York Dec. 22, 1853. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



') 



I. Charles B. Lake, b. Nov. 23, 1847; d. Oct. 20, 1851. 784 

II. Mary Ostrom " b. July 15, 1849. 785 



286. MYRAETTA RUTH CLARK, bom in Sullivan, N. Y., 
Aug. 20, 1822; married, Feb. 17, 1855, Hon. Delos Lake, hus- 
band of her deceased sister, (No. 285). Judge Lake received an 
academic education, studied law, and was admitted to the bar 
of the Supreme Court of New York in 1842. Was City Attorney 
of Utica. Went to California in 1850. Was District Judge from 
1851 to 1855. Appointed, 1863, U. S. District Attorney for 
California by President Lincoln, and was County Judge of San 
Francisco County, 1870. He died at his home in San Francisco, 
Aug. 8, 1882. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Helen Lake. b. Jan. 4, 1856. 786 

II. Annie " ' b. Oct. 23, 1857. 787 

III. Fred. B. " b. May 81, 1862. 788 

288. ELIZABETH ADAMS, born April 4, 1810; married, 
April 7, 1847, Albert Clarke, born in Conway, Mass., Nov. 6, 
1810, and died at Independence, Iowa, Dec. 25, 1868, where she 
died also, Jan. 13, 1873. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Charles Adams Clarke, b. May 22, 1848, in Conway. 789 

289. ELISHA CLARK ADAMS, born April 12, 1812; mar- 
ried, Oct. 17, 1837, Polly Ann Merrill, born at Cortland, N. Y., 
Aug. 13, 1816. He died, Sept. 27, 1852, at Syracuse, N. Y., 
where at 79 Warren street, his widow and his son, Samuel C, 
now reside. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Mordecai H. Adams, b. Jan. 12, 1840; d. Aug. 25, 1845. 790 
IL Mary Louise " b. Nov. 7, 1843. 791 

III. Samuel Clark '' b. Sep. 29, 1846.* 792 

IV. Geo. Kossuth " b. Oct. 20, 1848.t 793 



292. SARAH SEARS, born Oct. 8, 1793; married, Jan. 1, 
1815, Zoheth Howes, b. Aug. 1, 1789, and died Feb. 28, 1832. 
She died May 28, 1836, in Dennis, Mass., where their children 
were born. 

* Mailing- clerk in Post-office, Syracuse. 

i Graduated at the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., June 20, 1868, and lost 
his life on the U. S. man-o'-war Oneida, by collision with the British steamship 
Bombay, in the Japan Sea, while on his way to the United States for promotion in 
the service. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Calvin A. Howes, b. Jan. 28, 1816. 


^ 


794 


II. 


Olive C. 


b. Dec. 26, 1817. 




795 


III. 


Abby " 


b. Nov. 17, 1819; 


d. 


Jan. 5,1844. 796 


IV. 


Sarah " 


b. Oct. 9, 1821; 


d. 


Dec. 19, 1844.t 797 


V. 


Joel " 


b. Oct. 15, 1823; 


d. 


Nov. 1847.t 798 


VI. 


Rhoda " 


b. Nov. 21, 1825; 


d. 


Aug. 8, 1850.§ 799 


VII. 


Zoheth " 


b. Dec. 10, 1827; 


d. 


Oct. 1856. 800 


VIII 


. Henry " 


b. Aug. 17, 1829; 


d. 


Mar. 12, 1871. 801 



293. GEORGE SEARS, born Sept. 8, 1795; married Susan 
Gray in 1820. He died Oct. 12, 1845. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. George O. Sears, b. Jan. 31, 1835. 802 

II. Ellen V. '' b. Dec. 7, 1837; unmarried. 803 

294. NABBY SEARS, born March 22, 1797; married, July 
11, 1820, John Hedge, school teacher, born Aug. 16, 1797, and 
died Nov. 30, 1871, in East Dennis, Mass., where their children 
were born, and where she now resides. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

L Silas L. Hedge, b. Sept. 20, 1821; d. July 11, 1834. 804 

II. Mehitable " b. Aug. 9, 1823; d. Aug. 31, 1825. 805 

III. Milton P. " b. Aug. 15, 1825. 806 

IV. Lucy L. " b. Jan. 11,1828. 807 

V. Mehitable, 2d," b. Aug. 22, 1830; d. Nov. 30, 1869. 808 

VI. Susan G. " b. Feb. 18, 1833. 809 

VII. AbbyS. " b. Jan. 23,1836. 810 

VIII. John S. " b. Jan. 10, 1838; lost at sea 1856. 811 

IX. Daniel " b. Nov. 5, 1839. 812 

X. George S. " b. Nov. 26, 1842; d. Feb. 28, 1865. 813 

295. CLARISSA SEARS, born April 1, 1799; married, Nov. 
30, 1820, Peter Hall, farmer, born Feb. 12, 1799; died July 20, 
1861. She died Sept. 2, 1834. Children born in Dennis, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Achsah H. Hall, b. Sept. 17, 1821. 814 

II. Olive Sears " b. April 8, 1823; d. Aug. 26, 1825. 815 

III. Elizabeth " b. Dec. 26, 1824; d. Aug. 28, 1851. 816 

IV. Clarissa S. " b. July 30, 1830. 817 



* Lost at sea Dec. 21, 1831. 

+ Married Wm. Crowcll Jan. 20, 1844. 

$ Married Isabel Hall Jan. 7, 1847. 

§ Married Isaiah Crowcll June 16, 1846, 



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299. FREEMAN WINSLOW, born April 22, 1791 ; married, 
1812, Fanny Berry, born Nov. 15, 1788, died Sept. 1830. Shoe 
manufacturer, and for twenty-eight years contractor U. S. mail. 
He died July 3, 1863. Both were buried in Brewster. Children 
born in Brewster, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Hannah C. Winslow, b. Nov. 25, 1816. 818 

II. Fanny B. " b. Jan. 10, 1818; d. 819 

III. Olive " b. Sep. 19, 1820. 820 

IV. Josiah " b. 1822; d. 1830. 821 

V. Freeman " b. June 1, 1824. 822 

VI. Jerusha " b. 1826. 823 

VII. Mary E. " b. Sep. 2, 1830; d. Apr. 7, 1881. 824 

300. BENJAMIN WINSLOW, born June 7, 1793; married, 
March 11, 1819, Mary Bray, born April 24, 1800, died Feb. 17, 
1865. He died at Mobile, Ala., April 29, 1840. Children born 
in Brewster, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. MaryB.Winslow,b. Mar. 24, 1820.* 825 

II. Lucy " b. Apr. 13, 1822; d. Nov.l9, 1843.t 826 

III. Benjamin " b. Dec. 6, 1823; d. Nov. 5,1840,unm.827 

IV. George •' b. Nov. 9, 1826; d Scd. 16, 1852, " 828 

V. BartlettB. " b. Sep. 12, 1829. ' 829 
VL Frances B." b.Jan. 6, 1832; d. June28, 1846. 830 

VII. Josiah " b. Jan. 10, 1835; res. Brewster, unm. 831 

VIII. Gorham B. " b. Mar. 28, 1840; lost at sea; unm. 832 

301. WILLIAM FREEMAN, born Nov. 13, 1794; married, 
1819, Martha Simonds, of Beverly, Mass. Children born in 
Brewster, where he died Nov. BO, 1868. Occupation, carpenter. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. William Freeman, b. Jan. 27, 1820. 833 

II. Charles " b. June 15, 1822. 834 
IIL Caroline " b. April 13, 1824. 835 

IV. George " b. April 20, 1826. 836 

V. Abigail " b. April 25, 1828. 837 



302. JONATHAN FREEMAN, born Aug. 20, 1796; married 
1st, Mary Winslow, and 2d, Julia Kendrick. He died July 25 
1832, "highly esteemed." No children. 



303. THANKFUL FREEMAN, born March 21, 1798; mar- 
ried, 1822, Capt. Thomas Dalton, of Boston, who died in 1834. 
She died March 1, 1882, in Brewster, Mass. 



* Married Wm. Gray Jan. 16, 1844; died May 37, 1845. 
t Married Wm. P. Davis Nov. 34, 1843. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. AugustusF.Dalton,b. about 1824; d. in Boston, 1848. 838 

II. Mary " b. " 1826; d. young. 839 

III. Geo. Thomas " b. '' 1828; d. in New York,1869.840 

304. CAPT. SOLOMON FREEMAN, born Feb. 17, 1800; 
married, Jane 22, 1824, Huldah Crosby, born March 21, 1802, 
died July 17, 1879. He died April 5, 1877. Children born in 
Brewster, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Cordelia Freeman, b. Feb. 27, 1826; d. Oct. 7, 1873. 841 

II. Olive Clark " b. June 4, 1827. 842 

III. Solomon " b. Apr. 9, 1833; d. Feb. 24, 1862. 843 

IV. Mary F. " b. Apr. 8, 1835; d. Apr. 5, 1836. 844 

V. Horace " b. Aug. 20, 1838; d. May 31, 1865.* 845 

305. ABIGAIL FREEMAN, born Dec. 24, 1803; married, 
Dec. 29, 1825, Elijah Knowles, mariner and farmer. He died 
Jan. 5, 1882, in Brewster, Mass., where his children were born 
and where his widow still lives. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Jonathan F.Knowles,b. Sep. 2, 1827;d.July22,1856,unm.846 

II. Elijah E. " b. Sep. 5, 1829. 847 

III. Solomon F. " b. Oct. 12. 1831. 848 

IV. Henry " b. July20; 1834. 849 

V. Alpheus " b. Sep. 27, 1836; d. July 3,1883,unm.850 

VI. Albert F. " b. Dec. 8, 1839;d. unmarried.t 851 

306. HANNAH FREEMAN, born June 15, 1806; married. 
May 7, 1829, Isaac Doane, born in Orleans, June 6, J 804, died 
Sept. 1, 1846. She died June 14, 1835, in Orleans, Mass., where 
their children were all born. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Henrietta Doane, b. Mar. 18, 1830; d. June 28, 1861. 852 

II. Cornelia " b. Aug. 2, 1832: d. Jan. 17, 1871. 853 

III. Isaac " b. Aug. 19, 1834; d. Nov. 25, 1834. 854 

309. HENRY FREEMAN, A. M., born Nov. 30, 1817; mar- 
ried, 1st, Oct. 7, 1841, Mary B. Bangs, of Brewster, Mass., who 
died May 8, 1858, in Freeport, 111.; married, 2d, July 24, 1860, 
Clara W. Haskell, of Weathersfield, Vt. Prof. Freeman was 

* Manied Sophia C. Jenkins, Jan. 1, 1865, and died without issue. 

+ In May, 1870, he sailed from Rangoon, Bui-mah, in command of the ship 
Southern Eag-le, with a crew of 31 men, and was never heard from again. Sup- 
posed to have been lost in a typhoon. 



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educated at Teachers' Seminary, Andover, Mass. Graduated in 
class of 1839. Principal of Wallkill Academy, Middletown, N. 
Y., from 1849 to 1855. Principal of High School, Freeport, 
111., from 1855 to 1859. Degree of A. M. conferred by Beloit 
College, 1858. Principal of High School and Superintendent of 
Schools, East Rockford, 111., from 1859 to 1880, when he resigned 
and opened a Boarding School for boys. Address, P. 0. box 
1303, Rockford, 111. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry V. Freeman, b. Dec. 20, 1842. 855 

II. Georgiana B. " b. Jan. 20, 1846. 856 

III. Mary W. " b. Dec. 13, 1861. 857 

IV. John H. " b. Apr. 21, 1865. 858 

V. William S. " b. Nov. 29, 1868. 859 

311. BARNABAS CLARK, son of Alvan, born Sept. 11, 
1799; married, May 1824, Submit Hitchcock, born Jan. 2, 1801, 
and died May 6, 1878. He learned the wagonmaker's trade, 
but afterward worked at engraving. Subsequently he settled 
on a farm in Delaware county, Ohio, and emigrated thence to 
Clinton county, Iowa, where he now resides. P. O., Elwood, la. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Samuel Hall, b. July 22, 1827. 860 

II. Mary Jane, b. Mar. 23, 1830. 861 

III. Sabra Clapp, b. June 17, 1836. 862 

IV. Frederic Hanks, b. Nov. 1, 1839. 863 

V. Lawrinda Roxana, b. Mar. 13, 1842. ^ 864 

313. THANKFUL CLARK, born April 1, 1802; married, 
Dec. 25, 1823, Francis Ranney, born in Ashfield, Mass., where 
she died, without issue, Oct. 6, 1831. 

314. ALVAN CLARK, 2d, born March 8, 1804; married 
in Lowell, Mass., March 25, 1826, Maria Pease, born in Conway, 
Mass., Nov. 30, 1807. Inventor, artist and astronomer. He 
occupies a high position among distinguished men in both 
hemispheres. Was born among the hills in Ashiield, Franklin 
county, Mass. Nature designed him for a great artist, and in 
the development of his native talents, nature's design was not 
frustrated. Schools did but little to bring to light his inherent 
powers. The common school of a sparsely populated district 
was all the seminary of learning that ever opened its portals to 
him ; yet such has been his perseverance, and his personal effort 
in art and in science, that our colleges have conferred on him 
high degrees of honor in consideration of his great attainments, 
and crowned heads in the old world have recognized his super- 
iority as the greatest telescope maker of the age. 



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The steps by which he ascended to his high position m ati 
may be seen in the following summary of events in his life. In 
1821., commenced copper-plate engraving, and soon after, min- 
iature and portrait painting. In 1826-27 engraving for calico 
printing at Lowell, Mass. From 1827 to 1829, engraving at 
Providence, R. I. From 1829 to 1832 engraving, and painting 
miniatures, in New York. 1832-35 at Fall River. 1835-86, 
painted miniatures in Boston. Settled in Cambridgeport, Mass., 
1836, but kept open a studio in Boston, until 1860. Meanwhile 
(commencing in 1845) he engaged with his son George in the 
working of lenses for telescopes, first reflectors, but afterwards 
refractors, the latter a very difficult thing, but with success. 
From 1852 to 1860 discovered twenty new double stars. In 1859 
went to England, by invitation of Rev. W. R. Dawes, a distin- 
guished astronomer, of Haddenham, Thame. In the observa- 
tory of Mr. Dawes, with one of his own telescopes, discovered 
five new double stars, among them 99 Herculis*. From that 
time, until now (1883) he and his sons have been engaged in 
the manufacture of large telescopes, one of which is mounted in 
the Dearborn tower at Chicago, with which his son Alvan G. 
discovered the companion of Sirius; another is mounted in the 
Naval Observatory at Washington, D. C, with which Prof. Hall 
discovered the satellites of Mars. But their last great work is 
the 30-inch object glass made for the government of Russia on 
the order of Dr. Otto Struve, the Royal Astronomer. Although 
Mr. Clark has attained his greatest distinction in the field of 
art, yet as an astronomer he ranks high. He gleaned the 
northern heavens, which had been minutely harvested by the 
Struves, and the result was the discovery, by himself and his 
son Alvan G., of some 40 new double stars, and among them the 
companion of Sirius. t He invented a new micrometer, an in- 
strument of great value to astronomers, and by means of an 
invention of his own has compared the magnitude of a Lyrae 
with our sun, arriving at a result that will give him rank among 
standard astronomers and mathematicians. P. O. address, 
Camb ridgeport, Mass. ^^^^ 

* In a letter to a friend he writes as follows: "Whien 99 Herciilis was discovered 
Mr. Dawes was in his library. 1 went down and told him I had one of the finest 
objects in the field of the telescope he ever saw. He Avent to the observatory, 
looked at the star, and remarked: 'It is fine, it is a miniature 5 Cygni'. He looked 
at the circles, then at the Siderial clock, then at the catalogue, and found in less 
time than it takes me to write it, that the star was 99 Herculis, then to the double 
star catalogues, and told me in half a minute that it was new, saying-, 'There is 
no record of its being double.' " 

+ Here follows a list of the double stars discovered by Alvan Clark, published 
in the proceeding's of the Royal Astronomical Society of London, Eng-. : 



No 


Designation . 


Date of 
Discovery. 


No 
13 


Designation. 


Date of 
Discovery. 


1 


*Andromedne. 


Oct. 1856 


Weisse's Bessel, xix, 1373 


July 18, 1854 


2 


95 Ceti. 


Dec. 30, 1853 


13 


Lahmde 1980. 


Nov.39, 1858 


3 


Weisse's Bessel, vi, 109. 


Feb. 6,1854 


14 


Lalande 3634. 


Oct. 13, 1858 


4 


Weisse's Bessel, vi, 1391. 


Feb. 17, 1853 


15 


99 Herculis, 


July 10, 18.59 


5 


8 Sextantis. 


Apr. 7,1853 


16 


* Vulpeculte. 


Aug-.30, 1858 


6 


* Corvi. 


May 19, 1853 


17 


J Cyg-ni 1.53 B. / 


July 19, 1859 


7 


/i Herculis, B. & C. 


July 18,56 




I B. A. C. 6959. f 


8 


* Herculis. 


July 1856 


18 


44 Cyg-ni. 


July 6,1859 


9 


* Herculis. 


July 1856 


19 


A. Z. XXIV, 11. 


July 8,1859 


10 


31 Sag-ittarii. 




30 


75 Cyg-ni. 


July 19, 1869 


11 


Weisse's Bessel, xviii, 391 


July 30, 1854 











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iniCH. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. George Bassett, b. Feb. 14, 1827. 865 

II. Maria Louisa, b. Oct. 27, 1829; d. Mar. 29, 1877. 866 

III. Alvan Graham, b. July 10, 1832. 867 

IV. Caroline Amelia,b. May 27, 1835; d. Nov. 14, 1863. 868 

315. SAMUEL CLARK, born Nov. 5, 1805; married, 1st, 
Fidelia Porter, who died June 13, 1836; married, 2d, May 18, 
1837, Sarah Bement, born June 30, 1809. He died in Phelps, 
N. Y., June 12, 1865. Occupation, farming. She resides at 
Newark, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Simeon Porter, b. Dec. 1829; d. June 7, 1832. 869 

II. Samuel, b. Aug. 1831; d. June 27, 1832. 870 

III. Henry, b. Apr. 4, 1833. 871 

IV. Lucy Almira, b. Sept. 7, 1842; d. Apr. 30, 1844. 872 

V. Mary Frances, b. Aug. 24, 1847; d. Oct. 29, 1878. 873 

316. DANIEL CLARK, born Nov. 7, 1807; married, 1st, Oct. 
12, 1831, Dianthe Pease, who died Dec. 1, 1864; married, 2d, 
Dec. 7, 1865, Mrs. Ruth D. Gardner. P. 0. address, Conway, 

Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. John Pease, b. March 30, 1840; d. at Memphis, Tenn., 
Sept. 11, 1880. He served in the Union army 
during the war. 874 



'^O 



317. MARY CLARK, born Nov. 20, 1809; married, Dec. 20, 
1848, Benjamin Tilton, born Oct. 31, 1794, and died in South 
Deerfield, Mass., Nov. 3, 1874. She was engaged in teaching, 
many years previous to her marriage, and was popular and suc- 
cessful. P. O. address. South Deerfield, Mass. No children. 

318. ABIGAIL CLARK, born Jan. 13, 1812; married, Oct. 
24, 1838, William VVallace Johnson, the compiler of this book, 
born in Buckland, Mass., Nov. 29, 1813. She was a teacher 
previous to her marriage. They emigrated to Wisconsin in 
1842. Settled in Greenfield, Milwaukee county, where they now 
reside and where their sons were all born. He was engaged in 
teaching for many years; is a minister in the M. E. Church; 
published in 1876 a genealogical work, entitled "Records of the 
Descendants of David Johnson, of Leominster, Mass.," contain- 
ing also original poems; and was a member of the Wisconsin 
Legislature in 1879. P. O. address. North Greenfield, Milwau- 
kee County, Wis. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



") 



I. Mary Clark Johnson, b. June 6, 1841; d. Oct. 28, 1850. 875 

II. Alvan O. " b. Mar. 17, 1843; d. Mar. 9, 1874. 876 

III. Wm. Wallace " b. Sep. 28, 1844. 877 

IV. Abner Morse, " b. Jan. 30, 1846. 878 

V. Wesley " b. Nov. 9, 1847. 879 

VI. Edward P. " b. Sep. 11, 1849. 880 

319. WILLIAM CLARK, born Feb. 15, 1814; married, 1st, 
in 1835, Caroline A. Bullard, born 1814, and died at Fayette- 
ville, Ind., Feb. 18, 1845; married, 2d, in 1845, Aletha Ratferty, 
born in Kentucky, and died at Springville, Ind., 1852; married, 
3d, in 1853, Sarah Ann Gainey, who, after her husband's death, 
married Rev. Dr. Bland. He was a merchant in Ashfield, Mass. ; 
afterwards a teacher in Ohio, then at New Albany, Fayetteville, 
and Springville, Ind.; studied law at Springville, and entered 
upon the practice of the legal profession at Bloomfield, Ind., 
where he died Oct. 24, 1854. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Amelia Ellen, d. Dec. 29, 1842. 881 

II. Mary Caroline, b. Feb. 11, 1845. 882 

III. Edward Bassett, b. Sep. 29, 1846.* 883 

IV. Clara Aletha, b. May 25, 1849; d. Nov. 12, 1881. 884 

322. OLIVE CLARK, born March 15, 1805; married, April 
18, 1829, James Rodger, dealer in grain, lumber and coal, born 
in Albany, N. Y., March 7, 1805. Children born in Elbridge, 
N. Y. P. 0. address, Jordan, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

L Agnes S. Rodger, b. Sep. 18, 1830; d. Dec. 25, 1852. 885 

II. Wm. Clark " b. Oct. 30, 1832. 886 

III. Jane E. " b. Apr. 9, 1835. 887 

IV. Olive M. " b. Oct. 5, 1837; d. Jan. 13, 1866. 888 

V. Sophia " b. Sep. 3, 1840. 889 

323. MERCY CLARK, born July 15, 1808; married, 1st, 
Levi Cressy; 2d, Russell Cooper; 3d, Caleb Howe. She died 
Feb. 28, 1880. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Daniel Cressy, b. May 12, 1834; unmarried. 890 

II. Charles Cooper, b. 1845; d. Jan. 16, 1865. 891 

III. Alvan Howe, b. Mar. 27, 1853. 892 

IV. Julia Howe, b. Apr. 30, 1855. 893 

* Edward B. Clark was a soldier in the 8th Iowa Cavalry, and was taken prisoner 
near Macon, Ga., and was confined, first at Andersonville, then at Florence, S, C, 
where he died Dec. 20, 1864. 



67 — 



327. EBENEZER CLARK, bom Feb. 26, 1798; married, 
Sept. 9, 1819, Lucy Houghton, born Jan. 17, 1797, and died 
Jan. 6, 1867. He died July 8, 1842. No children. 



330. JOSHUA CLARK, 2d, born Nov. 14, 1807; married 
Mrs. Nancy Fuller, born April 15, 1793, and died Nov. 26, 1879. 
Children born in Westminster, Vt., where he died May 24, 1853. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Ira, b. Oct. 9, 1833; d. June 4, 1865. 894 

II. Haskell, b. June 28, 1840; d. Sep. 16,1875. 895 

333. MEHITABLE CLARK, born Nov. 27, 1802; married, 
Jan. 1, 1828, Dr. Atherton Hall, born Oct. 29, 1800, and died at 
Whitehall, N. Y., Sept. 15, 1881. Commenced the practice of 
medicine at Ludlow, Vt. She died Feb. 1, 1875. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. George A. Hall, b. Jan. 19, 1829, at Ludlow, Vt. 896 

II. Caroline M. ^' b. June 19, 1830, at " " 897 

III. Henry C. " b. Jan. 1, 1832, at Vergennes, Vt. 898 

IV. Edwin W. " b. May 7, 1833, at " " 899 

V. Francis D. " b. May 26, 1835, at " " 900 

VI. Harriet J. " b. May 6, 1837; d. Feb. 19, 1839. 901 

VII. Sarah G. " b. Aug. 19, 1839; d. Nov. 5, 1854. 902 

VIII. John W. " b. July 2, 1841, at Whitehall,N.Y.903 

IX. Frederic C. " b. Oct. 2, 1844; d. June 17, 1853. 904 

X. Elizabeth S. " b. Aug. 27, 1846, at Whitehall,N.Y.905 

334. MARK CLARK, born Jan. 10, 1805; married, Nov. 2 
1830, Sarah Hall, born Oct. 9, 1808, and died Sept. 21, 1859. 
Children born in Westminster, Vt., where he died Nov. 21, 1845. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Harriette E., b. Dec. 1, 1831. 906 

II. Barnabas A., b. June 28, 1835. 907 
III Franklin W., b. Aug. 12, 1837. 908 

IV. George M., b. June 10, 1841. 909 

V. Sarah I., b. Oct. 7, 1844. 910 

335. ALMIRA CLARK, born Jan. 19, 1807; married, Feb. 
14, 1828, Eldad Hitchcock Harlow, born Nov. 27, 1803, died 
Sept. 17, 1883. Children born at Westminster West, Vt., where 
she still lives. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Alfred Clark Harlow, b. July 9, 1832. 911 

II. Wealthy A. " b. May 11, 1834. 912 

III. Charles W. " b. Jan. 31, 1836. 913 

IV. George R. " b. Dec. 14, 1838. 914 

V. Julia E. " b. Apr. 3, 1840; d. Mar. 6, 1869.915 

VI. Levi K. " b. Aug. 24, 1842. 916 

VII. Henry G. " b. Oct. 24, 1844. 917 

VIII. Rhoda Ann " b. July 31, 1846. 918 

336. HANNAH MINERVA CLARK, born Jan. 28, 1809; 
married, Aug. 25, 1834, Eugene F. Warner, born Sept. 29, 1806. 
He was a merchant at Westminster, Vt., where their son was 
born. She died Dec. 26, 1842. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 
I. Walter Gideon Warner, b. Feb. 3, 1836. 919 

337. DORCAS FIDELIA CLARK, born April 15, 1812; 
married, Dec. 13, 1837, Alfred Hitchcock, M. D., born Oct. 17, 
1813, died March 30, 1874. She died Dec. 1, 1849. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Hiland C. Hitchcock, b. Sept. 2, 1840. 920 

II. Alfred O. " b. May 16, 1842. 921 

III. Julia F. " b. Sept. 29, 1846. 922 

340. GEORGE CLARK, born April 26, 1820; married, Oct. 
27, 1844, Harriet Ann Esiabrook, born Nov. 25, 1824. He 
graduated from a medical college just previous to his death, 
which occurred Feb. 13, 1846. His widow, now Mrs. Jones, 
lives in Ashby, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 
I. George, b. Nov. 30, 1845. 923 

342. BENJAMIN SMITH, born Aug. 23, 1802; married, 

June 1, 1835, Harriet Weaver, born Sept. 26, 1803. Children 

born at Saxton's River, Vt., where he died March 27, 1873. 
Dealer in soap-stone. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Harriet C. Smith, b. Apr. 3, 1837; d. Sep. 2, 1857. 924 

II. Sarah A. " b. Oct. 28, 1839; d. Mar. 20, 1843. 925 

III. Charles B. " b. Jan. 26, 1845. 926 

345. LAURA F. SMITH, born Dec. 3, 1807; married, April 
21, 1832, P. F. Perry, manufacturer, born March 6, 1809, died 
Sept. 25, 1862. She died Aug. 15, 1865. 



— GO- 
CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Frances D. Perry, b. Feb. 10, 1832. 927 

II. Sidney F. '' b. Aug. 4, 1841. 928 

346. SARAH CAROLINE SMITH, born Feb. 1810; mar- 
ried, Dec. 31, 1835, Lisdal Porter, farmer, born Oct. 31, 1803, 
died April 28, 1876. She died Oct. 15, 1845. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. George Porter, b. Jan. 3, 1837. 929 

347. PHEBE ANN SMITH, born Sept. 16, 1811; married, 
June 1, 1835, Benjamin Frost, shoe dealer, born June 18, 1804. 
She died Sept. 2, 1875. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

L Maria S. Frost, b. Sept. 10, 1839. * 930 

II. Charles S. " b. Mav 20, 1844. 931 

III. Henry S. " b. Sept. 16, 1846. 932 

348. ALFRED FREEMAN CLARK, born Jan. 26, 1816; 
married, 1st, Nov. 29, 1838, Harriet Doolittle, born April 16, 
3817, died June 6, 1849; married, 2d, Mrs. Mary J. Wood, nee 
Drake, born Aug. 17, 1816, died March 30, 1869. He settled, 
1842, on a farm near Princeton, 111., where he died May 4, 1871. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Atherton, 


b. Sep. 22, 1839. 


933 


11. 


Sarah M., 


b. Feb. 11, 1841. 


934 


III. 


Clarinda, 


b. Dec. 31, 1842. 


935 


IV. 


Harriet, 


b. Apr. 30, 1845. 


936 


y. 


Alfred P., 


b. Mar. 18, 1847; d. July 22,1848. 


937 


VI. 


Horatio K.. 


, b. Jan. 27, 1853. 


938 


VII. 


Ellen A., 


b. Dec. 10, 1855. 


939 



351. WILLIAM SMITH CLARK, LL. D., born in Ashfield, 
Mass., July 31, 1826; married, May 25, 1853, Harriet Richards, 
born April 21, 1829, at Lahaina Maui, Sandwich Islands, 
daughter of Rev. Wm. Richards, for many years missionary to 
the Sandwich Islanders. 

Prof. Clark is a graduate of Williston Seminary, Easthamp- 
ton, Mass., of Amherst College, of Georgia Augusta University, 
and of Gottingen University, Germany; took the degree Ph. D.; 
was professor in Amherst College several years, colonel of the 
21st Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf. in the late war, president of the 
Massachusetts Agricultural College, and president of Sapporo 
Agricultural College, which he established in Japan. Residence, 
Amherst, Mass. Children born in Amherst. 



— 70 — 
CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Wm. Richards, b. Dec. 2, 1854; d. 1855. 940 

II. Emily Williston, b. June 9, 1856. ' 941 

III. Alfred Freeman, b. Aug. 6, 1857; d. Aug. 1857. 942 

IV. Atherton, b. June 18, 1859.* 943 

V. Williston, b. Aug. 21, 1860; d. young. 944 

VI. Fanny Stearns, b. Nov. 9, 1863; at Bradford Acady. 945 

VII. Mary Richards, b. Mar. 21, 1865. 946 

VIII. Eliza Smith, b. June 16, 1866. ' 947 

IX. Edith, b. Nov. 20, 1867. 948 

X. Hubert Lyman, b. Jan. 9, 1870. 949 
XL Bertha, b. Apr. 14, 1873. ' 950 

353. HANNAH ISABELLE CLARK, born in Cumming- 
ton, Mass., Nov. 11, 1834; married, Oct. 24, 1862, Sidney Ward 
Leete, farmer, born April 7, 1833. Mrs. Leete was a teacher in 
Guilford Institute two years before her marriage. Resides at 
Guilford, Conn. No children. 

354. SARAH MARIA CLARK, born in Easthampton, Mass., 
Aug. 18, 1836; married, Dec. 9, 1874, Capt. Wm. Byron 
Churchill, born Aug. 2, 1828, in Boston, Mass. W^ent to sea at 
the age of 15, passed through all the grades of seamanship and 
early became captain. Served in the army and navy in the 
late war, and died Jan. 4, 1883. She resides at 160 W. 11th 
street, New York. No children. 

355. REUBEN S. CLARK, born Sept. 1, 1797; married, 
March 20, 1825, Mary C. Smith, born March 20, 1804, died May 
11, 1857. He died Feb. 7, 1872. Both were buried at Proc- 
torsville, Vt. He was a finisher of woolen goods, in which he 
greatly excelled. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Saphronia, b. Mar. 20, 1826; d. June 19, J 831. 951 

II. Emily F. b. Oct. 5, 1827. 952 

III. Henry, b. Mar. 27, 1829; d. May 3, 1830. 953 

IV. Henry Reuben, b. Mar. 25, 1831. 954 

V. Samuel Smith, b. June 18, 1833. 955 
VL Wallace Snow, ) b. May 13, 1836; d. Feb. 13, 1841. 956 * 

VII. Walter Scott, J b. May 13, 1836. 957 

VIII. Wallace Scotto, b. May 22, 1843. 958 

357. FESSENDEN CLARK, born Feb. 10, 1801; married 
Mary C. Hunt, April 11, 1826. Occupation, farming. Child- 
ren born in Westminster, Vt., where he died July 25, 1877, and 
where his widow still resides. 

* Graduate of Mass. Agricultural Colleg-e. P. O. address, Grass Valley, Cala. 



71 — 



CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Frances Mary, 


II. 


Louisa Maria, 


III. 


Helen Snow, 


IV. 


Edwin Hunt, 


V. 


Henry F., 


VI. 


Dorr Morse, 


VII. 


Frederick, 


VIII. 


Joel Hunt, 


IX. 


Mary Frances, 



b. Feb. 12, 1827 
b. Nov. 26, 1828 
b. July 23, 1830 
b. Oct. 29, 1832 
b. Nov. 11, 1834 
b. Aug. 31, 1836 
b. Feb. 7, 1841 
b. June 27, 1842 
b. July 15, 1846; 



d. Jan. 31 



d. Apr. 12, 1843. 

1832. 
1832. 
1857. 

1877. 



d. Jan. 27, 
d. Mar. 27, 
d. Jan. 10, 
unmarried, 
d. June 10, 



1856. 



unmarried. 



* 



959 
960 
961 
962 
963 
964 
965 
966 
967 



358. LUCINDA CLARK, born Dec. 10, 1802, married, Nov. 
12, 1822, Ithamar Lane, school teacher and farmer, who died 
Dec. 3, 1844. Their son was born in Westminster, Vt., where 
she died Dec. 11, 1872. 



CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 
I. Henry C. Lane, b. Jan. 26, 1824. 



968 



361. CLEOPATRA CLARK, born Nov. 10, 1810; married, 
Jan. 2, 1838, Aretas Ranney, farmer. They settled in Chitten- 
den, Vt., where their children were born, but in 1875 removed 
to Malta, 111., where she died Aug. 14, 1880, and where he still 
lives. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Emma S. Ranney, b. Mar. 10, 1840. 969 

II. Matilda " b. Oct. 18, 1841. 970 

III. Albert B. " b. Oct. 14, 1850; d. Mar. 13, 1872. 971 



362. PEREZ CLARK, 2d, born Aug. 11, 1812; married, 1st, 
Feb. 10, 1839, Maria Lane, born Nov. 1, 1811, died March 22, 
1860; married, 2d, Dec. 23, 1863, Orah Pember, born Sept. 15, 
1825. Children born in Westminster, Vt., where he died April 
17, 1882, and where his widow still lives. 



CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



<^ 



I. 


Sophia C, 


b. Feb. 27, 1840. 


972 


II. 


Esther L., 


b. Jan. 10, 1842; d. Feb. 27, 1859. 


973 


III. 


Guy, 


b. Apr. 24, 1844. 


974 


IV. 


Lucinda, 


b. May 30, 1846. 


975 


V. 


Reuben, 


b. Mar. 1848; d. Apr. 18, 1849. 


976 


VI. 


Lewis B., 


b. Apr. 28, 1850. 


977 


VII. 


Eugene, 


b. Apr. 4, 1852. 


978 


VIII 


Scott, 


b. Oct. 24, 1855. 


979 



♦ Postmistress at Westminster West, Vt. 



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363. TULLY A. CLARK, born June 9, 1816; married, Sept. 
6, 1841, Louisa Carpenter, born Aug. 14, 1817. Children born 
in Westminster, Vt., where he lived until 1872, when he removed 
to Northwood, Iowa, where he died March 27, 1882, and where 
his widow still lives. Farmer and carpenter. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. .Maria Antoinette, b. Jan. 5, 1843; d. Aug. 10, 1864. 980 

II. Samuel Julius, b. Oct. 27, 1844; unmarried. 981 

III. Frances Mary, b. May 15, 1846. 982 

IV. Helen Saphrona, b. Aug. 12, 1849; d. July 30, 1856. 983 

365. MARSHALL CLARK, born March 18, 1804; married, 
July 9, 1833, Eveline Sturtevant. He now resides with his 
youngest daughter, Mrs. Starkweather, at Pendleton, Oregon. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah Ann, b. Aug. 8, 1834; d. Sept. 30, 1861. 984 

II. Franklin A., b. Nov. 7, 1835; d. May 16, 1875. 985 

III. Maria Theresa, b. Aug. 30, 1845.* 986 

IV. George Homer, b. July 5,1850. 987 

370. HENRY FESSENDEN CLARK, born Sept. 27, 1806; 
married, 1st, April 5, 1839, Mrs. Ann Bronson, who died; mar- 
ried, 2d, Nov. 9, 1851, Miss Almira Brooks, who died, and he 
married, 3d, Miss Hannah G. Johnson. He died at Newbury- 
port, Mass., Dec. 2, 1880. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Charlotte Augusta, b. April 20, 1841. 988 

II. Edward Henry, b. July 10, 1843.t 989 

371. ABBY NYE CLARK, born Oct. 11, 1808; married, 
Nov. 2, 1841, William G. Litchfield, at Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Emily Clark Litchfield, b. May 4, 1844.J 990 

II. Mary Abby " b. Apr. 25, 1846. 991 

375. SARAH MARIA CLARK, born June 25, 1816; mar- 
ried, April 28, 1836, Robert McNeil Morse, born in Newfane, 
Vt., Jan. 8, 1807. She died Sept. 11, 1863. He resides at 
Jamaica Plain, Mass., and was formerly a Boston merchant. 

* Married Hamilton Starkweather, and lives at Pendleton, Oreg-on. 

t Married Lizzie Kichards Nov. 5, 1871. No children. 

% Married John Cormerais; has no children; i-esides at Minneapolis, Minn. 




"O otx^vOrr J vXo^^kc. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



> 



I. Robert McNeil Morse,2d,b. Aug. 11, 1837. 992 

II. Chas. Fessenclen " b. Sep. 22, 1839. 993 

III. Ellen Clark " ]>. Feb. 22, 1842; unmarried. 994 

IV. Mary Isabel " b. June 15, 1846; d.Dec. 6, 1855. 995 

376. SAMUEL NYE CLARK, born Feb. 15,1818; married, 
July 26, 1844, Polly Hooker Patten, of Roxbury, Mass. They 
moved to Geneva, 111., where he died July 24, 1856. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. William Oliver, b. Oct. 13, 1846. 996 

II. Samuel Fessenden, b. June 4, 1851.* 997 

III. Mary Sumner, b. June 3, 1856. 998 

* SAMUEL FESSENDEN CLARKE, born in Geneva, 111., 
June 4, 1851, presents, in his life, a commendable example of what 
may be accomj)lished by a persevering, persistent effort in the 
attainment of a desired object. Deprived at a tender age of the 
fostering care of a worthy father, yet, by the counsel and aid of a 
kind mother, he has risen to a position which comparatively 
few ever attain. The gradation, by which he rose to his present 
elevated standing as a scientist, may be presented in the follow- 
ing events in his educational course. In 1864, entered prepara- 
tory department of Antioch College, at Yellow Springs, Ohio. 
In 1866, was at Union School, Ann Arbor, Mich., where his 
record showed, on a scale of ten, nine and nine-tenths on all 
studies for the whole year. In 1867, at the age of 16, not having 
the means to proceed, he left Ann Arbor and went to Chicago 
to earn by personal effort and industry the means to enable him 
to pursue his studies. At the end of five years he returned to 
Antioch and took a special course, for one year, in Chemistry 
and Geology. In 1873, was at the Sheffield Scientific School at 
Yale College, as a special student in Zoology and Modern Lan- 
guages, and became assistant in Zoology, and in the U. S. Fish 
Commission under Prof. Baird. In 1876, was appointed Fellow 
in Johns Hopkins University, and became assistant in Biology. 
In 1878, received from the Sheffield Scientific School, the degree 
of Ph. B., and in 1879, at Johns Hoj^kins, the degree of Ph. D. 
In 1881, appointed Lecturer on Botany at Smith College, at 
Northampton, Mass., and the same year accepted the professor- 
ship of Natural History, in Williams College, which he now 
holds, and on the 20th of October, 1883, sailed for Europe to 
occupy the Williams College table in Dohrn's Museum, in 
Naples, where the International Congress of Scientists hold their 
sessions. 

384. FREEMAN RANNEY, born May 11, 1806; married 
Emily Flanders, Nov. 18, 1827. He died, 1881. 



I. 


Alonzo Raniiey, 


3. 


II. 


William " 


b. 


III. 


Eugene " 


b. 


IV. 


Henry " 


b. 


V. 


Ephraim " 


3. 


VI. 


Charles F. " 


b. Dec. 8, 1851. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

999 
1000 
1001 
1002 
1003 
1004 

385. SULLIVAN RANNEY, born Nov. 23, 1808; married, 
1st, Sept. 7, 1834, Phebe M. Huggins, born May 30, 1811, died 
June 11, 1852; married, 2d, March 7, 1853, Mary Huse, born 
March 2, 1825. Occupation, farming. P. 0., West Concord, Vt. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Scotto C. Ranney, b. Feb. 19, 1837. 1005 

II. Edson H. " b. July 6, 1841. 1006 

III. Henry " b. July 4, 1843. 1007 

IV. George " b. Dec. 21, 1845. 1008 

V. Charles S. " b. Jan. 10, 1855. 1009 

VI. Nellie M. " b. Jan. 2, 1857. 1010 

VII. Jennie P. " b. Apr. 1, 1860. 1011 

VIII. Nathan H. " b. Aug. 18, 1861. 1012 

IX. Wilham E. " b. Feb. 24, 1863. 1013 

X. Almira I " b. July 8, 1864. 1014 
XL Ella L. " b. July 14, 1866. 1015 

389. CHARLES SCOTTO CLARK, born Sept. 8, 1813; mar- 
ried, Dec. 29, 1859, Clara S., daughter of Samuel Hale of Chicago. 
He died Oct. 30, 1865. His widow resides in Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Sophia Augusta, b. July 1865. 1016 

390. HARRIET FREEMAN CLARK, born Jan. 17, 1818; 
married, Nov. 22, 1841, Charles Patten, born in Roxbury, Mass., 
Oct. 27, 1814. Settled at Geneva, 111., 1837, where he has ever 
since been engaged in mercantile business. No children. 

391. CAROLINE LOUISA CLARK, born March 1, 1820; 
married, Sept. 2, 1843, Hon. Isaac G. Wilson, born April 26, 
1816, in Middlebury, N. Y. He graduated at Brown University, 
1838, and at the Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Mass., 1841. 
Admitted to the Massachusetts bar, July 1841 Commenced 
])ractice of the law, at Elgin, 111., Aug. 184L Elected County 
Judge, June 1849, and Circuit Judge, June 1851. Re-elected 
1855, 1861, and 1879. Appointed Justice of Appellate Court at 
Chicago, June 1879, of which court he became Chief Justice in 
1881, which position he now holds. Mrs. Wilson died Dec. 14, 
1877. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Franklin Isaac Wilson,b. Apr. 29, 1846. 1017 

II. Ellen Clark " b. Oct. 29, 1848; d.June20, 1878.1018 

III. Chas.Scotto Clark " b. Sept. 18, 1850. 1019 

IV. Edmund Beecher " b. Oct. 9,1856. 1020 

V. Harriet Patten, " b. July 31, 1858. 1021 

392. ELLEN AUGUSTA CLARK, born Sept. 22, 1829; mar- 
ried, Jan. 1, 1849, Wm. Noble Davis, born Dec. 20, 1805, in Troy, 
N. Y. He went to Illinois in 1835, and purchased a large tract 
of land in Au Sable Grove, which was left in possession of his 
widow at his decease, which occurred June 20, 1878. Mrs. 
Davis has kindly aided the compiler in collecting information 
for this work. She resides at Oswego, 111. No children. 

395. WHIPPLE MORSE, born Nov. 5, 1813; married, Oct. 
23, 1835, Phebe Bundy, born March 27, 1814. He died June 
18, 1876, at Coventry, Vt., where his widow still lives. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah M. Morse, b. Jan. 10, 1838. 1022 

II. Clark S. " b. Nov. 11, 1848.* 1023 

396. TYLER MORSE, born June 1817; married Mary K. 
Wales, born March 29, 1819. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. M. Addie Morse, b. Mar. 22, 1841; unmarried. . 1024 

II. John T. W. " b. June 1, 1845; d. Sept. 6, 1854. 1025 

III. Emma L. " b. Feb. 18, 1848. 1026 

IV. Inez E. " b. Aug. 29, 1852. 1027 

404. LUCRETIA CLARK, born May 19, 1801; married, 
Sept. 22, 1823, Capt. Elisha C. Luce, son of Rowland and Eliza- 
beth (Clark) Luce, born July 11, 1786, died Nov. 3, 1850. She 
died Aug. 10, 1861, in Marion, Mass., where her children were 
all born. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 
I. George L. Luce, b. Mar. 1, 1825. 1028 



II. Henry C. 

III. Henry C. 2d, 

IV. Elizabeth J. 

V. EUsha C. 

VI. Martha G. 

VII. Alfred E. 

VIII. Francis M. 



b. Apr. 19, 1828; d. May 29, 1829. 1029 

b. Mav 8, 1830; d. Dec. 2, 1873. 1030 

b. Jan. 22, 1833. 1031 

b. Jan. 20, 1836. 1032 

b. Jan. 21, 1840. 1033 

b. Jan. 22, 1843; d. Aug. 7, 1874. 1034 

b. Feb. 26, 1846. 1035 



* Married July 33, 1881, Laura E. Rowell, born Feb. 13, 1859. 



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406. MATILDA E. CLARK, born April 14, 1805; married, 
1839, Capt. Henry M. Allen, born May 9, 1809. She died June 
22, 1882. He resides in^ Marion, Mass. Children born in 
Marion. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. • Mary E. Allen, b. Mar. 5, 1840. 1036 

II. John M. " b. June 24, 1842. 1037 

III. Henrietta M. " b. Mar. 2i, 1845; d. Oct. 22, 1846. 1038 

IV. Nathan H. " b. Apr. 14, 1848. 1039 

407. ELIZA CLARK, born Feb. 14, 1807; married, Oct. 21, 
1832, Francis Howard, born Aug. 10, 1809, and died Jan. 12, 
1880. She resides in Boston with her daughter, Mrs. F. W. 
Nickerson. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Frank H. Howard, b. Jan. 17, 1834. 1040 

II. Lucy B. " b. Nov. 6, 1836. 1041 

III. Nathan H. C. " b. Apr. 5, 1841; d. Nov. 2, 1843. 1042 

IV. Mary L. " b. Aug. 22, 1844. 1043 

V. Anna A. " b. Sep. 11, 1847; d. Jan. 8, 1875. 1044 

408. MARTHA GOULD CLARK, born June 25, 1812; mar- 
ried, June 23, 1835, Silas B. Allen, born March 28, 1812. She 
died Dec. 26, 1883. Residence, Marion, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

L Charlotte M. Allen, b. Mar. 23, 1836. 1045 

II. Bartholomew G. " b. Feb. 12, 1840. 1046 

IIL William T. " b. Sep. 2, 1847; d. Feb. 11, 1851. 1047 

410. JOSEPH BLANKINSHIP, born in Rochester, Mass., 
Oct. 2, 1809; married Unity H. Wing, born March 19, 1815. He 
died Nov. 23, 1879, in Marion, Mass., where his widow now 

resides. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. David W. Blankinship, b. Mar. 6, 1838. 1048 

II. Henrietta E. " b. Dec. 18, 1843. 1049 
IIL Edwin A. " b. May 6, 1849. 1050 

412. RHODA ALLEN BRIGGS, born April 15, 1820; mar- 
ried, 1st, Thomas C. Bates, Nov. 30, 1840, who died; married, 
2d, Seth G. Mendall, Dec. 30, 1857. Residence, Marion, Mass. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Charles H. Bates, b. Jan. 4, 1842; d. May 30, 1857. 1051 

II. Eleanor C. " b. Feb. 7, 1845; d. 1052 

III. James H. Mendall, b. Apr. 1, 1860. 1053 

IV. Martha A. " b. May 17, 1863. 1054 

V. Sarah D. " b. May 17, 1863; d. May 28, 1863. 1055 

414. ABIGAIL CLARK BRIGGS, born March 20, 1825; 
married, Jan. 14, 1852, Jabez Hammond Wing, born April 17, 
1823. Residence, Marion, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Amelia W. Wing, b. Mar. 22, 1854, at Acashnett. 1056 

II. Sarah P. " b. July 25, 1856, at Marion. 1057 

III. Henry Warren " b. Feb. 10, 1859, at " 1058 

IV. Abbie Clark " b. Aug. 21, 1862, at " 1059 

V. Levi " b. Oct. 23, 1864, at " 1060 

VI. Herbert B. " b. June 4, 1867, at " 1061 

417. CAROLINE SOPHIA CLARK, born Nov. 13, 1814; 
married, Oct. 19, 1835, Capt. Ichabod N. Lewis, born Oct. 26, 
1815. She died Dec. 12, 1838, in Marion, Mass., where her 
husband still lives. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 
I. Matilda Louisa Lewis, b. Sept. 17, 1836, in Marion. 1062 

418. EMILY MARIA CLARK, born April 15, 1816; mar- 
ried Warren Blankinship, of Marion, Mass., born May 31, 1817. 
She died March 4, 1853. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Albert C. Blankinship, b. Feb. 27, 1841. 1063 

II. James W. ''' b. Feb. 23, 1843. 1064 

III. Caroline M. " b. Jan. 10, 1845. 1065 

IV. Henry V. " b. Oct. 25, 1847. 1066 

V. Franklin C. " b. Aug. 13, 1850. 1067 

VI. Walton " b. Oct. 12, 1852. 1068 

420. CAPT. JAMES M. CLARK, born Jan. 10, 1820; mar- 
ried, 1st, Oct. 1846, Susanna M. Bates, only daughter of Noble 
E. Bates, born Sept. 3, 1818, died July 12, 1849; married, 2d, 
March 24, 1852, Maria P., daughter of Hon. Stillman Benson, 
born Aug. 29, 1832. Capt. Clark followed the seas 38 years. 
Was Master Mariner, 24 years. Had two ships destroyed in 
the late war by rebel privateers. Has retired from business. 
Resides at Mattapoisett, Mass., where his sons were born. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Susanna M. Clark, b. July 16, 1849. 1069 

II. James M. '' b. July 19, 1856. 1070 

III. Walton E. " b. May 20, 1859. 1071 

IV. John S. '' b. Nov. 2, 1863; d. Oct. 12, 1865. 1072 

424. BETSEY B. CLARK, bom June 18, 1827; married 
John Webber, mechanic, born Feb. 6, 1824. She died April 
28, 1873. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Ellen B. Webber, b. Dec. 19, 1852. 1073 

II. Jane D. " b, Sep. 23, 1855. 1074 

III. Emily C. " b. Apr. 13, 1857. 1075 

IV. John Frank " b. Apr. 12, 1859. 1076 

427. CHARLES A. CLARK, born July 10, 1833; married, 
1863, Susan Clark Berry, born 1840. Formerly ship carpenter, 
but for the last thirteen years keeper of a light station at Bird 
Island, in Buzzard's Bay, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Dexter, b. Feb. 29, 1864. 1077 

IL Abbie Louise, b. June 11, 1869. 1078 

III. Charles Leonard, b. June 3, 1871. 1079 

428. JOSEPH H. CLARK, born Oct. 2, 1835; married, May 
6, 1858, Mary E. Gorham, born May 16, 1833. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Frank W., b. Apr. 3, 1859.* 1080 

IL Joseph H., b. Nov. 23, 1861. 1081 

III. Minnie L., b. June 9, 1864; d. Aug. 23, 1865. 1082 

IV. Allen P., b. Jan. 12, 1870. 1083 

V. Bessie F. L., b. Sept. 7, 1873; d. Feb. 15, 1876. 1084 

VI. Earnest S., b. Dec. 1, 1877. 1085 

VII. Agnes E., b. Nov. 10, 1879. 1086 

430. EMELINE NICKERSON, born Nov. 16, 1805; mar- 
ried Sylvester Drew, of Duxbury, Mass., where they still live. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Helen Frances Drew, b. June 11, 1831; d. Feb. 28, 1851. 1087 

435. SARAH CLARK NICKERSON, born Nov. 11, 1818; 
married, Sept. 1, 1839, Wm. Thomas, born Jan. 3, 180(), Dux- 

* Died Sept. 20, 1879, at St. Helena. 



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bury, Mass. He died May 29, 1873. Her address, care of Geo. 
T. Sears, 228 State St., Boston, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Harriet Thomas, b. June 3, 1844, in Duxbury. 1088 

II. Wm. Henry " b. d. in infancy. 1089 

III. Hartley Lord " b. June 1, 1852, in Duxbury. 1090 

IV. Jos. Nickerson " b. June 6, 1856, in Newton. 1091 

437. GEORGE FRANCIS NICKERSON, born Feb. 8, 1824; 
married, July 28, 1850, Lucy Bradford, born at Duxbury , Ma?s., 
Feb. 7, 1831. She died at sea May 27, 1879. Children born at 
Duxbury. P. 0. address, Duxbury, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Elizabeth Nickerson.b. Mar. 21, 1853. 1092 

II. George " b. Nov. 15, 1855; d. Sep. 26, 1868. 1093 

III. Henry " b. Aug. 2, 1857. 1094 

IV. Lucy B. " b. Apr. 4, 1860. 1095 

V. Helen F. " b. July 30, 1866. 1096 

VI. Bertha May " b. June26, 1871; d. Sep. 27, 187M0y7 

439. ELISHA DILLINGHAM WINSLOW, born April 25, 
1807; married, 1st, Nov. 5, 1835, Isannah Hichborn, of Boston; 
married, 2d, March 4, 1841, Nancy Healy, of Boston; married, 
3d, Dec. 2, 1869, Mrs. Olive Higgins, nee Freeman, of Brewster, 
(No. 842). He died Sept. 13, 1882, at W. Brewster, Mass., 
where his widow still lives. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

L Mary H. Winslow,b. May 25, 1837; d. Jan. 11, 1869. 1098 

II. Isannah F. " b. Feb. 23, 1839. 1099 

III. Eleanor " b. Dec. 15, 1841; d. Mar. 19, 1842. 1100 

IV. Walter T. " b. Feb. 13, 1843; m.Sarah L.Sears.llOl 

V. Fred. Albert " b. Nov. 9,1844.* 1102 

VI. Edward H. " b. Apr. 15, 1848; d. Sep. 28, 1854. 1103 

442. LOUISA WINSLOW, born Jan. 26, 1816; married, 
July 19, 1837, Joseph Nickerson, born in Brewster, March 3, 
1804, died Feb. 28, 1880. Children born in Boston, except the 
youngest. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Jos. Francis Nickerson,b. June 8, 1838; d. Feb. 23, 1842.1104 

IL Albert Winslow " b. May 21, 1840. 1105 

III. Emma Louise " b. Mar. 15, 1842. 1106 

IV. Wm. Alexander " b. Sep. 17, 1845; d. June26, 1869.1107 

V. Josephine " b. Jan. 14, 1850. 1108 

VI. Geo. Augustus " b. Jan. 11, 1854,at Jamaica Plain. 1109 

* Married Nellie M. Shei-man. 



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445. ROLAND WINSLOW, born Feb. 27, 1824; married, 
Nov. 26, 1850, Annie Payson Hall, of Boston, born May 24, 

1827. Wholesale grocer, of the firm of Winslow, Rand & 
Watson, 197 and 199 State Street, Boston, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Anna Winslow, b. Sep. 15, 1851; d. June 3, 1852. 1110 

II. Ella " b. Dec. 2, 1852. 1111 

III. Geo. Herbert " b. Apr. 13, 1855. 1112 

IV. Alice '• b. June25, 1857. 1113 

V. Arth. Payson " b. Oct. 7, 1860; d. May 15, 1862. 1114 

VI. Roland F. " b. Sep. 1, 1862. 1115 

VII. Frank " b. Mar. 12, 1868; d. June 5,1870.1116 

VIII. Edith " b. Sep. 27, 1870. 1117 

IX. Edward " b. June 7, 1872. 1118 

447. ELISHA CLARK, born in Brewster, Mass., April 6, 
1823; married, Oct. 8, 1850, Olive N. Warren, born Aug. 30, 

1828. He died May 2, 1873. His widow resides at Exeter, N. H. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Edward S., b. May 4, 1852; d. Dec. 12, 1853. 1119 

II. Arthur W., b. Sep. 30, 1854; d. Dec. 12, 1866. 1120 

III. Mary A., b. Oct. 8, 1856, in New York. 1121 

IV. William H., b. May 13, 1858; d. Nov. 27, 1860. 1122 

V. Susie M., b. Nov. 30, 1861, in New York. 1123 

VI. Kate A., b. June 4,1863, in Flushing, L. L 1124 

450. KEZZIE HINCKLEY CLARK, born Aug. 31, 1829; 
married, Dec. 13, 1859, Dr. John Thomas Codman,born Oct. 30, 
1827. Title, D. M. D. (Harvard). Occupation, dentist. P. 0. 
address, 347 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. 'Chas. Frederick Codman,b. Feb. 26, 1863, at Taunton. 1125 

II. John Clark " b. May 25, 1864, at Neponsett. 1126 

III. Florence Louisa " b. July 7, 1866, at " 1127 

IV. Benj. Howard " b. Feb. 3, 1868, at •" 1128 

V. Herbert Allyne " b. Jan. 20, 1870; d.Jan.ll, 1871.1129 

451. SARAH NYE CLARK, born Sept. 17, 1834; married, 
June 1, 1859, John W. Paddon, born July 14, 1833, in New York 
city, died at Waverly Station, Va., Oct. 2, 1878. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Edward C. Paddon, b. Apr. 20, 1860; d. Dec. 16, 1860. 1130 

II. John W. " b. Sep. 9, 1861, in New York city 1131 

III. E. Allyne " b. Aug. 20, 1863; d. Sep. 9, 1868. 1132 

IV. Joseph " b. Nov. 4, 1868; d. Nov. 9, 1868. 1133 

V. George B. " b. Aug. 9, 1871, in Boston, Mass. 1134 

VI. Samuel M. " b. Nov. 12, 1873, in Waverly, Va. 1135 



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452. JULIA CHASE, bom Dec. 28, 1829; married, 1 st, March 
4, 1855, Abram Farnsworth,who died April 20, 1857; married, 2d, 
Capt. Fred. Wing, March 8, 1870, who died June 2, 1882. She 
died Dec. 2, 1882 Had one son, Chas. F. Farns worth, who 
died, without issue, June 22, 1875. 

453. CHARLES DREW CHASE, born Sept. 19, 1831; mar- 
ried, Feb. 9, 1865, Martha Ehzabeth Clark, born June 29, 1843. 
Dealer in house furnishing goods, hardware, etc., Hope Val- 
ley, R. I. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary J. Chase, b. June 13, 1867. 1136 

II. Anna " b. Sept. 9, 1872; d. Jan. 1, 1874. 1137 

454. OLIVIA CHASE, born Oct. 8, 1834; married, 1855, 
James Crowell, of S. Yarmouth. She died Oct. 12, 1858, leaving 
one daughter, Olivia J. Crowell, born Nov. 25, 1857, who died 
in Buffalo, N. Y., 1882. 

459. BARZILLAI SEARS, born Nov. 22, 1822; married,- 
Nov. 6, 1845, Elizabeth Bangs, born 1826. He died May 1881. 
Occupation, carpenter. Children born in E. Dennis, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Betsey 0. Sears, b. Feb. 18, 1847. 1138 

II. Isadore M. " b. 1849; d. in infancy. 1139 

III. Isadore M. 2d, " b. Oct. 4, 1852; m. A. C. Snow. 1140 

IV. Henry Bangs " b. Apr. 1855; d. in infancy. 1141 

V. Sarah L. " b.Nov. 1857. 1142 

460. BENJAMIN SEARS, born Oct. 27, 1826; married, Dec. 
. 12, 1850, Mehitable Hedge, (No. 808), born Aug. 22, 1830. 

Occupation, tinman. Children born in East Dennis. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Isaac H. Sears, b. Sep. 12, 1852; d. 1872. 1143 

II. Susan H. " b. Oct. 24, 1854; m.AlpheusHoWfes.ll44 

III. Benjamin L. " b. Apr. 8, I860.* 114B 

IV. Carlton P. " b. May 10, 1868. 1146 

461. ELIZABETH LOWE SEARS, born Nov. 9, 1828; mar- 
ried, Aug. 15, 1848, Capt. Milton P. Hedge, (No. 806), born Aug. 
15, 1825. Master mariner. Children born in East Dennis, the 
place of their residence. 

* Telegrapher. Married Magg-ie Lockwood. Address, 310 E. 131st St., New York. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Milton Lee Hedge, b. Mar. 6, 1855; d. young. 1147 

IL JohnM. " b. Aug. 3,1857. 1148 

III. Joseph " b. Jan. 27, 1860. 1 149 

IV. Geo. Sears " b. July 4, 1865. 1150 

467. REBEKAH SEARS, bom April 11, 1822; married, 
Dec. 1, 1846, Rev. Charles Hammond, born in Petersham, Mass., 
Feb. 26, 1819; joined Providence conference M. E. Church, 1849. 
Present P. 0. address. West Thompson, Conn. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Sabrina D.Hammond,b.Oct. 15, 1847,in N.Rehobeth,Ms.l 1 51 
IL Charles H. " b.Jan. 11, 1851, " Somerset, •' 1152 

III. Lizzie J. " b.May23, 1857, " Stonington,Ct. 1153 

IV. Frank M. " b.Sep.l2, 1862, " N. Easton, Ms. 1 154 

474. MYRA HOWES, born Jan. 1, 1818; married, March 5, 
1840, Capt. Levi Howes, born Feb. 12, 1812. She died in May 
1851, in N. Dennis, Mass. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Levi A. Howes, b. Aug. 13, 1845, in N. Dennis. 1155 

476. SARAH CLARK HOWES, born Feb. 20, 1823; mar- 
ried, July 4, 1844, Nathan Sears, farmer and grocer, of E. Den- 
nis, Mass., a prominent citizen. She died Nov. 4, 1883. Child- 
ren born in E. Dennis. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry H. Sears, b. July 17, 1845. 1156 

II. Mary S., " b. Apr. 17, 1848; d. June 8, 1849. 1157 

III. Myra Howes, " b. Feb. 24, 1851.* 1158 

IV. Chloe C. " b. Aug. 17, 1853. 1159 

V. Nathan C. " b. Jan. 17, 1856. 1160 

VI. Seth " b. Aug. 19, 1860. 1161 

VII. Lelie Maud " b. July 31, 1869. 1162 

477. ROLAND HOWES, born Oct. 27, 1827; married, Jan. 
14, 1854, Harriet N. Chapman, born Jan. 9, 1833. Occupation, 
mariner? P. O., East Dennis, Mass. Children born in East 
Dennis. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Isaiah Howes, b. Dec. 5,1855. 1163 

II. Chas.Frederic" b. Aug. 14, 1857. 1164 

III. Hattie M. " b. Sep. 14, 1864. 1165 

IV. A son " b. Sep. 14, 1864; d. Sep. 25, 1864. 1166 

* Married Geo. N. Spear Sept. 19, 1872. 



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478. SARAH FRANCES SEARS, born April 2, 1839; mar- 
ried, May 8, 1861, Wm. Henry Souther, born Aug. 24, 1836. 
Business, gas fixtures in New York. Residence, Brooklyn. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Geo. Henry Souther, b. Jan, 1863, in Boston, Mass. 1167 

II. Maria Louisa " b. Jan. 2, 1868, in Quincy, " 1168 

480. JOSEPH BAINBRIDGE SEARS, born April 18, 1842; 
married, June 14, 1873, Mrs. Martha A. Byam, of New York. 
He is the commander of a steamer on the line from New York 
to Para, S. A. Residence, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 
L Frederick Everett Sears, b. June 12, 1881. 1169 

481. RICHARD FRANKLIN SEARS, born Dee. 22, 1843; 
married Emma Bort. He is engaged in the lumber and rubber 
trade. Address, Sears & Co., Para, Brazil, S. A, No children. 

482. GEORGE FULTON SEARS, born Feb. 20, 1847; mar- 
ried, May 2, 1872, Clara Whiton, born in Boston, Aug. 13, 1854. 
He is with Ellis & Bros., wholesale dealers in dry goods. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Louis Clifton Sears, b. Jan. 26, 1873, in Boston. 1 170 

483. ELIZABETH WATSON SEARS, born Jan. 3, 1849; 
married, in 1875, James Carter Huston, who, in 1874, was sl 
clerk in the custom house, Boston. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION, 

I. Geo. Arthur Huston, b. Feb. 20, 1876. 1171 

II. Clarence Eugene, " b. Dec. 10, 1878. 1172 

486. SAMUEL CLARKE CLARKE, born in Newton, Mass., 
Feb. 27, 1806; married, June 4, 1849, Lucinda M, Larned, of 
Providence, R. L, who died May 2, 1859, in Chicago, 111. He 
was at the Boston Latin School, 1816 to 1820. In commission 
house in Boston in 1821. In drug business 1822 to 1831. In 
Georgia, 4832. In South America, 1833. East Indies, 1834-36. 
Milton, Mass., 1838. Chicago, 111., 1839 to 1871. In Marietta, 
Ga., 1879. 

In 1869 Mr Clarke issued from the press a genealogical 
pamphlet entitled "Records of Some of the Descendants of 
Thomas Clarke, Plymouth, 1623-1697." Said pamphlet is made 



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the basis of this compilation. Issued, also, in the same year, 
"Records of the Descendants of Wm. CurtiSy of Roxbury"; 
"Richard Hull, of New Haven," and of "John Fuller, of Newton, 
Mass." P. O. address. Marietta, Ga. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Edith Larned, b. Aug. 28, 1851, in Chicago, where she 

died Jan. 26, 1862. 1173 

488. REV. JAMES FREEMAN CLARKE;born in Hanover, 
N. H., April 4, 1810; married, Aug. 15, 1839, Anna, daughter of 
Herman J. Huidekoper, of Meadville, Pa. He was at the Bos- 
ton Latin School, 1820-25. Graduated at Harvard College, 1829. 
Taught school at Cambridgeport, 1831. At Divinity School in 
Cambridge, 1833. Settled minister at Louisville, Ky., 1835-40, 
where he edited the "Western Messenger," a Unitarian maga- 
zine. In 1840 he returned to Boston and organized a Free 
Church, called "The Church of the Disciples," to which he still 
ministers. 

He occupies a high position as a literary writer, and is widely 
known as an author. The following, with the dates of publica- 
tion, are some of his works: In 1841, "Theodore, or the Skeptic's 
Conversion," translated from the German of DeWette. In 
1848, "An Account of the Campaign of 1812, and Surrender of 
Detroit," "Christian Doctrine of Prayer," and "Christian Doc- 
trine of Forgiveness." In 1850, " Eleven Weeks in Europe." 
In 1852, " Memoirs of Margaret Fuller (Canaten Ossoli) with 
R. W. Emerson and Wm. H. Channing." In 1852-56, " Disci- 
ples' Book of Worship and Hymnal." 1864, a volume of Ser- 
mons. 1866, "Orthodoxy, Its Truths and Errors." 1868, " The 
Hour which Cometh," a volume of sermons. 1870, "Steps of 
Behef." 1871, " Ten Great Religions." 1873, " Exotics," metri- 
cal translations from poems in foreign languages. 1874, "Com- 
mon Sense in Religion." 1877, "Go Up Higher, or Religion in 
Common Life." 1878, " Memorial and Biographical Sketches," 
also, "Essentials and Non-Essentials' in Religion." 1880, " Self 
Culture." 1881, "The Legend of Thomas Didymus." 1882, 
" Epochs of Religious History." Since 1873 his Sunday ser- 
mons have been printed in full in the Saturday Evening Ga- 
zette, Boston, amounting to more than 300. 

He visited Europe in 1849, in 1852, and again in 1882. His 
natural force and mental vigor, at the age of 73, are not abated, 
and in addition to his ministerial duties and literary labors, he 
finds in astronomical science a source of enjoyment, while, aided 
by a Clark telescope, and an astronomical lantern of his own 
invention, he 

"Reads the glorious visions of the skies, 
And to the music of the rolling spheres, 
Intelligently listens.'" 



•)•> 



He resides at Jamaica Plain, near Boston, 







JAMES FREEMAN CLARKE 



En^xajre i iy A ,11 . Ritcliie . 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Herman Huidekoper,b. Oct. 15, 1840; d. Feb.l5, 1849. 1174 

II. Lilian Rebecca, b. June 4, 1842. 1175 

III. Eliot Channing, b. May 6, 1845. 1176 

IV. Cora, b. Feb. 9, 1851. 1177 

489. WILLIAM HULL CLARKE, born in Newton, Mass., 
Sept. 5, 1812; married, Aug. 7, 1856, Anne Gay of Boston, born 
Oct. 13, 1822, and died Sept. 13, 1874. He died Aug. 5, 1878. 
He was at the Boston Latin School 1823-26; at the West Point 
Military Academy, two years; in Georgia, 1831; at St. Louis, 
1832 to 1835; went to Chicago in 1835, where he has lived since 
that time, except an absence of a year or two in Europe. For 
many years Assistant Engineer of the Chicago Board of Public 
Works. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Angela, b. Oct. 22, 1857; d. in infancy. 1178 

II. Robt. Percival, b. Sep. 15, 1858. 1179 

III. Wm.. Hull, b. Jan. 14, 1860. . 1180 

490. ABRAHAM FULLER CLARKE, born in Newton, Oct. 

25, 1814; married, July 27, 1846, Susan Stone Fisher of Boston. 
He was at the Boston Latin School, 1827; went to St. Louis, 
1830; to Chicago, 1835, and to Milwaukee, 1841, where he kept 
a drug store, and where he was afterwards engaged in the man- 
ufacture of church organs. Present residence. Marietta, Ga. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Eva, b. Oct. 2, 1847. 1181 

II. Jas. Freeman, b. June 5, 1849. 1182 

III. Wm. Newton, b. Oct. 22, 1851; d. in infancy. 1183 

491. THOMAS CURTIS CLARKE, born in Newton, Sept. 

26, 1827; married in. May, 1857, Susan Harriet Smith, of Port 
Hope, Canada. He was at the Boston Latin School, 1837-42; 
Harvard College, 1848; studied engineering and went on a rail- 
road in Alabama, 1849; afterwards to Canada, where he was 
engaged on various public works; went to Europe, 1860-61, and 
in 1867 removed toQuincy, 111., where he built a railroad bridge 
across the Mississippi. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Herman, b. Feb. 15, 1858. 1184 

II. Rebecca Louisa, b. Nov. 11, 1859. 1185 

III. Arthur Stanley E. b. Jan. 21, 1862. 1186 

IV. Beatrice Valentia M., b. July 29, 1866; d. in infancy. 1187 

V. Susan Curtis, b. Aug. 9, 1870. 1188 

VI. Thomas Curtis, b. Dec. 11, 1872. 1189 



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492. HEPSY CLARK HOWARD, bom Dec. 9, 1801; mar- 
ried, 1st, Jan. 1, 1823, E. W. Sage; married, 2d, Aug. 1, 1838, 
Rev. Francis Wayland, D. D., of Providence, R. I. He died, 

1867. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Howard Wayland, b. July 28, 1840; m. Ada Andrews; 

d. Aug. 19, 1874. 1190 

493. ELIZABETH HOWARD, born Sept. 26, 1803; mar- 
ried Rev. Cyrus Barto], D. D., of Boston, Feb. 7, 1838. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 
I. Elizabeth Howard Bartol, b. Jan. 14, 1842. 1191 

494. JOHN CLARK HOWARD, 2d, born July 27, 1805; 
married Elizabeth Winslow Chase, Oct. 14, 1829. At the Bos- 
ton Latin School, 18 16, and Harvard University, 1825. Was a 
physician in Boston, and died Jan. 28, 1844. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. John Clark Howard, b. July 22, 1830. 1192 



II. Sarah Winslow 

III. James 

IV. Wm. Waldo 

V. Horatio G. 

VI. Hepsy Swan 



b. Nov. 4, 1831. 1193 

b. Mar. 11, 1833. 1194 

b. Nov. 18, 1834. 1195 

b. June 12, 1837. 1196 

b. Mar. 8, 1839. * 1197 



495. CATHARINE HAYS HOWARD, born June 6, 1807; 
married James Cunningham of Boston, Dec. 9, 1830. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

gham, b. Nov. 27, 1831. 1198 

b. May 13, 1833. 1199 

b. June 25, 1834. 1200 

b. Oct. 11, 1835. 1201 

b. June 25, 1837. 1202 

b. Sept. 28, 1838. 1203 

b. Dec. 8, 1840. 1204 

b. Oct. 18, 1844. 1205 

b. Jan. 5, 1847. 1206 



498. JOHN TURNER SARGENT, 2d, born July 12, 1807; 
married, in 1835, a daughter of Joseph White of Salem; mar- 



I. 


Howard Cunnin 


II. 


Hepsy S. ' 


III. 


Ehzabeth H. ' 


IV. 


James H. ' 


V. 


William S. ' 


VI. 


Catharine H. ' 


VII. 


Emily M. ' 


VIII 


. Henry M. ' 


IX. 


Hepsy W. ' 



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ried, 2d, in 1855, a Miss Fiske of New Orleans. Harvard Col- 
lege, 1827. Divinity School, Cambridge. Minister at large. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Jos. White Sarg 


ent,b. Mar. 6, 1836; d. 


in infancy. 


1207 


11. 


Charlotte S. 


' b. Mar. 13, 1837; d. 


Apr.6,1838 


.1208 


III. 


Christiana K. ' 


' b. Mar. 17, 1839. 




1209 


IV. 


John Turner ' 


' b. Oct. 14, 1840. 




1210 


V. 


Wm. Stor}' ' 


' b. Oct. 4, 1842. 




1211 


VI. 


Eliza S. Gray ' 


' b. Oct. 9, 1844. 




1212 


VII. 


Edward M. ' 


' b. Nov. 21, 1846; d. 


in infancy. 


1213 


VIII 


. Edward M. ' 


' b. May 29, 1849. 




1214 


IX. 


Theodore Parker ' 


' b. Jan 27, 1852; d. 


in infancy. 


1215 


X. 


Arthur W. ' 


' b. June 26, 1853. 




1216 


XI. 


Franklin H. ' 


' b. Mar. 31, 1856. 




1217 



499. HENRY JACKSON SARGENT, born Nov. 14, 1808. 
Harvard College, 1827- Studied law. Published a volume of 
poems. Married, in 1832, Margaret, daughter of Thos. Will- 
iams of Boston. He died in 1867. 



CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry J. Sargent, b. Apr. 18, 1834; d. Oct. 1862. 



II. Christiana K 

III. Daniel 

IV. Susan W. 

V. Anna Deblois " 

VI. Francis W. 



a 



u 



a 



b. Feb. 8, 1837. 
b. Mar. 16, 1840. 
b. Oct. 2, 1842. 
b. Nov. 3, 1845. 
b. June 9, 1848. 



1218 
1219 
1220 
1221 
1222 
1223 



500. HOWARD SARGENT, born Jan. 4, 1810. Harvard 
College, 1829. Studied medicine. Married Miss Cunningham 
in 1836. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. Frances C. Sargent, b. Dec. 19, 1837. 
"~ "" ■ " b. Jan. 17, 1840. 

b. July 28, 1841. 

b. June 2, 1844. 

b. Jan. 23, 1846. 

b. Jan. 21, 1851. 

b. Mar. 15, 1854. 



II. Charlotte H 

III. Howard 

IV. Mary Sarah 

V. Ellen C. 
VL Alice M. 
VII. Richard T. 



u 



u 
a 



1224 
1225 
1226 
1227 
1228 
1229 
1230 



504. JAMES SWAN SULLIVAN, born Feb. 14, 1809. Har- 
vard University, 1828. Physician. Lived first in Galena, 111., 
and afterwards went to Georgia. Married, in 1840, Jane Valen- 
tine of 111., born 1829. Dr. Sullivan died in Savannah, Feb. 
22, 1872. 



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CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. William Sullivan, b. 1843; d. young. 1231 

b. Oct. 7, 1844. 1232 

b. 1846. 1233 

b. 1848. 1234 

b. 1850; d. Oct. 7, 1878. 1235 

b. 1852. 1236 

b. 1854; d. 1861. 1237 



IE. Sarahs. 

III. James, 

IV. John 

V. Swan 

VI. Meredith 

VII. Gertrude 



J 



505. SALLY W. SULLIVAN, born Nov. 10, 1810; married, 
Aug. 22, 1832, Gilbert Stewart Newton, who died Sept. 3, 1835; 
married, 2d, June 25, 1840, Wm. F. Oakey of New York. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Annie Stewart Newton,b. Aug. 29, 1833; d. Jul.27,1863.1238 

II. Wm. Sullivan Oakey, b. May 9, 1841. 1239 

III. Daniel " b. July 5,1842. 1240 

IV. Robert F. " b. Dec. 23, 1843. 1241 

V. Sarah C. " b. Oct. 27, 1844. 1242 

VI. Maria R. " b. Oct. 27,1845. 1243 

VII. Fanny " b. Mar. 4,1847. 1244 

VIII. Frank " b. June 5,1848. 1245 

IX. Eliza " b. Nov. 25, 1849. 1246 

X. Alexander F. " b. July 20, 1851. 1247 
XL Ellen " b. Dec. 29, 1852; d. in infancy. 1248 

507. MARIANNE A. SULLIVAN, born May 20, 1815; mar- 
ried, 1847, Dr. Schley, of Savannah, Ga. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah Schley, b. 1848. 1249 



II. William S. 

III. Jas. Montfort 

IV. George 

V. John 

VI. Freeman 



b. 1850. « 1250 

b. 1852. 1251 

b. 1854. 1252 

b. 1856. 1253 

b. 1868. 1254 



508. OLIVIA BUCKMINSTER SULLIVAN, born April 1, 
1818; married, in 1846, John E. Ward, of Savannah. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I. Olivia Ward, b. 1848. 1255 

II. James " ) twins f 1256 

III. Louisa " I b. 1854. \ 1257 

IV. Mackintosh" b. 1856. 1258 
And four others who died in infancy. 



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510. MEREDITH A. SULLIVAN, bom 1821; married in 
1854. 

CHILDREN, EIGHTH GENERATION. 



I. John T. S. Sullivan, b. 1856; d. 


1857. 


1259 


11. Sarah Clarke ' 


b. 1857. 




1260 


III. Amory Ward ' 


b. 1858. 




1261 


IV. Olivia B. 


b. 1860; d. 


1870. 


1262 


V. Kate Winthrop ' 


b. 1864. 




1263 


VI. William 


b. 1865; d. 


1865. 


1264 


VII. Meredith 0. 


b. 1867. 




1265 


VIIL Frank 0. ' 


b. 1869. 




1266 


IX. Jas. Swan ' 


b. 1873. 




1267 



511. MARY CATHARINE MAYO, born April 1, 1826; 
married. Nov. 27, 1844, Wm. H. Bangs, of Boston, born Nov. 19, 
1813. She died Aug. 7, 1845. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Wm. Henry Bangs, b. Oct. 9, 1845. 1268 

II. Chas. Augustus " b. Mar. 25, 1849; d. Oct. 3, 1849. 1269 

III. Alfred Webster " b. Nov. 21, 1850; m.IdaE.Smith.l270 

IV. Edwin Mayo " b. Jan. 21, 1852. 1271 

V. Clarendon " b. Dec. 20, 1853; m.MaryJ.Hoyt.l272 

VI. Mary Freeman " b. Dec. 14, 1862. 1273 

512. CHARLES EDWIN MAYO, born Oct. 26, 1827; mar- 
ried. May 7, 1861, Eliza Caroline Fitch, born in Westfield, N. 
Y., April 16, 1832. Children born at St. Paul, Minn., where he 
is engaged in the hardware business. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Catharine Augusta Mayo,b. Nov. 28, 1862. 1274 

II. Charles Farrell " b. Jan. 5, 1864; d. Jan. 1864.1275 

III. Eliza Winslow " b. July 19, 1865. 1276 

IV. Alfred Seabury " b. Feb. 3, 1869. 1277 

516. JOSHUA HALL, born Feb. 9, 1818; married, Feb. 18, 
1847, Abby Jones Holway, born April 4, 1827, in Sandwich, 
Mass. Farmer. Children born in Sandwich. P. O., Spring 
Hill, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Joshua Albert Hall, b. Apr. 4, 1850. 1278 

II. Lizzie Frances " b. July 16, 1853. 1279 

III. Mary Caroline '' b. July 6, 1857. 1280 

IV. Charles Jones " b. Feb. 16, 1862. 1281 



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SI?. ISAAC;CLARK HALL, bom Oct. 7, 1820; married, 
Jan. 16, 1843, Susanna G. Ryder, born May 1, 1822, Chatham, 
Mass. Dealer in general merchandise. Grand Rapids, Dak. 
Formerly of Winthrop, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Charles W. Hall, b. Nov. 2, 1843, in Chelsea, Mass. 1282 

II. Isaac Clark 

III. Susan A. 

IV. Oilman M. 

V. Geo. Arthur 

VI. Herbert E. 

VII. Hubert C. 

VIII. Eva May 

IX. Elmer E. 



b. Dec. 3, 1845, in Boston, " 1283 
b. Oct. 11, 1847, in " " 1284 

b. Aug. 21, 1850; d. Apr. 30, 1854 1285 
b. Apr. 3, 1853, in Chelsea, Mass. 1286 
b. May 28, 1856; d. Oct. 4, 1857. 1287 
b. Feb. 22, 1858, in Winthrop,Ms. 1288 
b. Feb. 28, 1862; d. July 21, 1873. 1289 
b. Feb. 28, 1862.* 1290 



519. WINSLOW HALL, born Aug. 22, 1826; married, 1st, 
Hannah Ryder, of Chatham, 1853, who died, and after her death 
married, 2d, Ellen Page, of Stockton, Cal. Residence, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Grace Hall, b. Nov. 1862. 1291 

520. HANNAH HALL, born March 23, 1829; married, Feb. 
24, 1853, Isaac Swift Lawrence, farmer, of Falmouth, Mass., 
born Sept. 14, 1826. Children born in Falmouth, where she 
died March 29, 1860. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Isaac Edwin Lawrence, b. Dec. 8, 1853. 1292 

II. Wm. Gray " b. Mar. 21, 1856. 1293 

III. Herbert Hall " b. June 21, 1857. 1294 

IV. James " b. Mar. 1860. 1295 

621. CAROLINE HALL, born April 5, 1832; married, Feb. 
9, 1861, Isaac S. Lawrence, husband of her deceased sister 
Hannah (520). Residence, Falmouth, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Carrie Hall Lawrence, b. May 7, 1862. 1296 

522. MARY CLARK HALL, born April 7, 1836: married, 
Sept. 7, 1859, Wm. S. Chadwick, born May 15, 1824, Falmouth, 
Mass., died Jan. 26, 1882, in Dorchester. Children born in 
Falmouth. Her residence, 1883, Grand Rapids, Dak. 

* Charlotte Town, Prince Edward's Island. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

T. Archer Bolton Chadwick, b. Jan. 25, 1861. 1297 

II. Winslow Hall " b. Aug. 2, 1866. 1298 

III. Etta Frances " b. Aug. 12, 1869. 1299 

IV. Henry Watson " b. Sep. 26, 1871. 1300 

523. MARY EATON CLARK, born May 12, 1827; married, 
Oct. 9, 1851, Frederic Pierce Mosely, born in Dorchester, Mass., 
Sept. 20, 1826, died Jan. 8, 1881. He was a wholesale iron mer- 
chant. Children born in Boston, where she still lives. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Jeannie Mosely,^b. Aug. 18, 1852; d. Apr. 8,1860. 1301 

II. Frederic C. " b. Mar. 17, 1857. 1302 

III. Annie " b. Nov. 25, 1858. 1303 

IV. Carleton " b. Oct. 26, 1863. 1304 

V. Mary " b. Nov. 4, 1866. 1305 

VI. Bertha *' b. Oct. 10, 1869; d. Dec. 30, 1878. 1306 

524. ELIZA CLARK, born Feb. 22, 1829; married, June 19, 
1860, Henry Hurd Darrah, born in Chester, Vt., Oct. 4, 1825, 
died Jan. 24, 1883. He had retired from business. No child- 
ren. Address, P. 0. box 1244, Boston, Mass. 

526. CAROL! ME CLARK, born July 12, 1834; married 
Charles Henry Little, born in New Gloucester, Me. He is 
Cashier of the Water Board of Boston. Office at the City Hall. 
No children. 

527. CHARLES HENRY CLARK, born Oct. 22, 1836; mar- 
ried, Oct. 11. 1866, Martha Cowper Pierce, born Dec. 14, 1837. 
He is a hardware merchant of the firm of Mayo & Clark, St. 
Paul, Minn. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Homer Pierce Clark, b. July 6, 1868. 1307 

IL Mary Barnard " b. Aug. 20, 1871. 1308 

529. ANNA ATHERTON CLARK, born Jan. 9, 1842; mar- 
ried, Aug. 17, 1864, Abraham Winslow Sears, born in Dennis, 
Mass., Feb. 14, 1835, a wholesale boot and shoe merchant at 
Dubuque, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry Darrah Sears, b. Mar. 7, 1866. 1309 

II. Mary Clark " b. Apr. 18, 1868. 1310 

III. Nathan Frederic " b. Oct. 13, 1870. 1311 



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537. BENJAMIN CLARK BAKER, born Sept. 29, 1841; 
married, Sept. 1869, Mary E. Tucker, of Middleborough, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Sidney Tucker Baker, b. Sept. 1872. 1312 

548. ELIZA EMMA WINSLOW, born Dec. 15, 1844; mar- 
ried Francis B. Foster, July 6, 1848. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Agnes W. Foster, b. Apr. 15, 1871. 1313 

II. Ida W. " b. Aug. 7, 1876. 1314 

550. DEBORAH MANTER CLARK, born Oct. 9, 1832; 
married, Oct. 10, 1852, Barnabas Sears, born in Yarmouth, Sept. 
14, 1818. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Isaiah C. Sears, b. Sept. 11, 1853, in Brewster. 1315 

II. Henry W. " b. Apr. 24, 1859, in Yarmouth. 1316 

III. Etta Fannie " b. Feb. 26, 1866, in " 1317 

551. WM. HENRY CLARK, born July 12, 1839; married, 
Jan. 22, 1861, Susannah Cahoon, born Aug. 1, 1835. Children 
born in Brewster, Mass. He died at sea Jan. 25, 1883. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Lillie Agnes, b. Aug. 24, 1866. 1318 

II. John Albert, b. Mar. 15, 1868; d. Apr. 17, 1869. 1319 

III. Henry William, b. Sept. 2, 1876. 1320 

554. PHEBE CLARK, born Oct. 20, 1838; married, Jan. 17, 
1856, Abraham Chapman, house painter, born March 9, 1828. 
P. O. address, East Dennis, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Frederic Clark Chapman,b. Oct. 25, 1858, in Brewster. 1321 

II. Alfred Gorham " b. Sep. 30, 1862, in E.Denms.l322 

III. Etta Luella " b. Apr. 13, 1870, in " 1323 

IV. Carrie Louisa " b. May 25, 1872, in " 1324 

555. MARGARET AUGUSTA CLARK, born March 15, 1840; 
married, Feb. 11, 1858, Reuben Francis ^now, born Aug. 3, 
1832. Children born in Brewster, Mass. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



5 



I. Osborne Francis Snow,b. Apr. 1859. 1325 

II. Wra. Baker " b. Jan. 29, 1861. 1326 

III. Ellen Augusta " b. May 29, 1863; d. July 4, 1863.1327 

IV. Ellen Augusta,2d, " b. Oct. 31,1865. 1328 

V. Hattie May " b. Feb. 9,1878. 1329 

556. GEORGE ALBERT CLARK, born Aug. 16, 1849; mar- 
ried, March 5, 1874, Mary E. Howes, born July 19, 1849. Oc- 
cupation, farming. Children born in Brewster, M&ss. Resi- 
dence, Brewster. 



') 



CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Jeremiah Manter, b. Nov. 10, 1874. 1330 

II. Ezra Howes, b. Dec. 27, 1877. 1331 

III. George Carlton, b. May 14, 1879. 1332 

IV. Edgar Clarence, b. Aug. 25, 1881. 1333 

557. MARY LOUISA CLARK, born March 4, 1845; mar- 
ried, May 24, 1863, Leander J. Sherburne, and died Dec. 26, 
1863, leaving a son, whom his grandfather adopted and named. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Crosby Clark, b. Dec. 1863. 1334 

562. FRANCES LINCOLN CLARK, born July 6, 1829; 
married, Oct. 7, 1856, Hon. Whiting Griswold, born in Buck- 
Ipmd, Mass., Nov. 12, 1814. He graduated at Amherst College, 
1838. Studied law. Admitted to Franklin County bar, 1842. 
Member of Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1848-49-50. 
Member of Massachusetts Senate, 1851-52, 1862-64. Member 
of Massachusetts Constitutional Convention, 1853, and eiector- 
at-large for the State of Massachusetts, 1860. Died Oct. 28, 
1874. She died Nov. 25, 1867, in Greenfield, Mass., where their 
children were born. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Freeman Clark Griswold,b.Dec. 15, 1858.* 1335 

II. Louisa Darling " b.Oct. 31, 1860. 1336 

III. Fannie " b.Nov.23, 1867; d.Nov.23,1867.1337 

563. AGNES ELIZABETH STEVENS CLARK, born Jan. 
3, 1844; married, Sept. 26, 1866, Jos. Sewell Smith, born at 
Wiscasset, Me., Nov. 27, 1836, and is collector of customs at 
Bangor, Me. Residence, 115 State Street. 

* Graduated at Yale College, 1831, At Harvard Law School, 188.3, 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



) 



I. Freeman Clark Smith,b. July 22, 1867; d July 17, 1869. 1338 

II. Joseph Sewall " b. Aug. 10, 1872. 1339 

III. Hortense Louise " b. Feb. 4, 1875. 1340 

567. ABIGAIL FREEMAN CLARK, born Jan. 23, 1838; 
married, May 5, 1859, David Hunter, born in Wendell, Mass., 
Dec. 9, 1832, and is superintendent of Russell's Cutlery Works, 
at Turner's Falls, Mass. P. O. address, Greenfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. David Clark Hunter, b. Feb. 24, 1862. 1341 

II. Frank Winslow " b. Mar. 30, 1866. 1342 

III. Raymond Wright " b. Nov. 20, 1871. 1343 

568. JUDAH WINSLOW CLARK, born March 29, 1843; 
married. May 5, 1868, Eliza Augusta Pond, born in Plymouth, 
Ct., June 19, 1845. He is a member of the firm of A. Terry & 
Co., malleable iron founders, Terry sville. Conn. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mabel, b. Mar. 31, 1869. 1344 

II. George Clifford, b. Aug. 21, 1872. 1345 

569. LYDIA NEWHALL CLARK, born Oct. 14, 1845; 
married, Oct. 25, 1871, Charles Purrington, iron founder, born 
in Colraine, Mass., June 13, 1838. Children born at Pequabuck, 
Ct. P. 0. address, Terry sville, Ct. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Charles Wm.Purrington,b. Mar.27, 1873; d.Dec.l6, 1877.1346 

II. Herbert Arthur " b. May 8, 1879. 1347 

III. Edith " b.Apr.16,1882. 1348 

580. DR. ASA ALLEN HOWLAND, born Feb. 8, 1820; 
married, 1st, Jan. 3, 1847, Cornelia White Collins, born in South 
Hadley, Mass., Aug. 8, 1823, died May 16, 1869; married, ^d, 
Dec. 9, 1869, Emma Lane, born in Bedford, Mass , Sep. 14, 
1835. Profession, dentist. P. O. address, 387 Main street, Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

Dr. Howland has a good ancestral record, being a descendant, 
in the seventh generation, of John Howland, one of the Pilgrims 
who came in the Mayflower in 1620. We copy the following 
from the Plymouth Records: "1672, Feb. 23d, John Howland 
of Plymouth, deceased. He was a godly man and an ancient 
professor in the ways of Christ, and proved a useful instrument 



• —95 — 

for good in his place. He was the last man that was left of 
those that came over in the ship called the Mayflower, that 
lived in Plvmouth. He was with honor interred at Plymouth, 
on the 25th day of Feb. 1672." 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Jas. Herbert Howlandjb. Feb. 14, 


II. 


Edmund Collins ' 


' b. Oct. 23, 


III. 


Henry Allen ' 


' b. July 1, 


IV. 


John Gordon ' 


' b. Junell, 


V. 


George Brown ' 


' b. Nov. 16, 


VI. 


Grace Helen ' 


' b. Feb. 24, 


VII. 


Frank Harris ' 


' b. June 8, 


VIII 


. Willie Arthur ' 


' b. May 1, 



1848, in Conway,Ms.l349 
1850, in " " 1350 
1854; d.Jan.30, 1857.1351 
1857, in Barre, Ms. 1852 
1859; d.Jan.23, 1865.1353 
1862, in Barre, Mass. 1354 
1864, in " " 1355 

l871,inWorcester" 1356 



582. CLARK MORTON HOWLAND, born March 20, 1824; 
married, Nov. 25, 1852, Mariette Maria Boy den, born in Con- 
way, April 17, 1828, died March 21, 187L Mechanic. P.O., 
Miller's Falls, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Chas.D wight Howland,b. Jan. 4, 1854; d 


.Sep.12,1860.1357 


II. 


Hattie Clark ' 


' b. May 24, 1857. 


1358 


III. 


Kate Boyden ' 


b. Jan. 29, 1859. 


' 1359 


IV. 


Emma Boyden ' 


' b. Nov. 30, I860.* 


1360 


V. 


Mary D wight ' 


' b.Julvl7 1862. 


1361 


VI. 


Frederic ' 


b. Apr. 18, 1864. 


1362 


VII. 


John Frank ' 


' b.July 1,1868. 


1363 


VIII 


. Herbert Lee ' 


' b. 1871. 


1364 



589. EDWARD HOWLAND, born June 28, 1821; married, 
1st, Dec. 27, 1843, Electa Field, born Aug. 1, 1827, died Julv 
19, 1853; married, 2d, Oct. 11, 1853, Mrs. S. Maria Farrell, nee 
Keith. He died Aug. 24, 1863. His widow died June 18, 

1881, in Fitchburg, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



I. Edward C. Howland,b. June 17, 1846; d. Apr. 7,1851.1365 

II. Edward C, 2d, " b. May 27, 1852; d. July 15, 1853.1366 

III. Electa Maria " b. Sep. 15, 1854; d.Jan. 16, 1859.1367 

IV. Elizabeth A. " b. Dec. 26, 1856.t 1368 

V. Nellie Maria " b. Dec. 21, 1858. 1369 



590. HON. WILLIAM HOWLAND, born Dec. 12, 1822; 
graduated at Amherst College, 1846. Professor of Greek and 



* Married Anson Cobb. 
t Married Fred Woodward. 



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Latin, at Williston Seminary. Instructor, one year, of Greek, 
Latin, and Chemistry, in Amherst College, Studied law at the 
New Haven Law School, and with Judge Vose, at Springfield, 
Mass. Moved to Lynn, Mass., 1852. J3ecame a prominent 
member of the Essex bar; member of the School Board; city 
solicitor. Member of the Massachusetts Legislature, 1868; and 
U. S. Commissioner and Master in Chancery. Married, June 
21, 1860, Carrie G. Russell, of Barre, Mass. He died Dec. 23, 
1880. (children born at Lynn. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. William Russell Howland, b. Feb. 19, 1863. 1370 

II. Bertha Morton " b. Jan. 30, 1867. 1371 

591. GEORG E HOWLAND, son of Wm. Avery and Hannah 
(Morton) Howland, born in Conway, Mass., July 30, 1824. Un- 
married. Prepared for college at Conway, Mass., and at Willis- 
ton Seminary, Eastbampton. Graduated at Amherst College, 
1850. Was tutor and instructor at Amherst from 1852 to 1857. 
Principal of Chicago High School, 1860 to 1880. Elected by 
the alumni. Trustee of Amherst College, 1879. Superintendent 
of Public Schools, Chicago, 1880, and appointed member of the 
Illinois State Board of Education, 1881, and elected president 
of said Board, 1883. Address, 85 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Mr. Howland is a descendant in a direct line from John How- 
land, born in England, 1592, who came with the Pilgrims to 
Plymouth in 1620, and was the thirteenth that signed the com- 
pact on board the Mayflower, and who married Elizabeth, 
daughter of Gov. Carver. Of him it is said in RusselPs Guide 
to Plymouth, p. 249: " He lived in Summer street, and after- 
wards removed to Rocky Nook, where he died in 1672, aged 80. 
The remains of the cellar of his house are still visible." 

592. HENRY HOWLAND, born March 29, 1827, in Conway, 
Mass.; moved to Chicago; married, Aug 12, 1856, Jane Eliza 
Gray, born Nov. 9, 1834. He was Quartermaster, with the rank 
of Colonel, in the late war. Died, May 1883, at Rochester, N. 
Y. His widow's address, Grayland, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Allen Morton Howland, b. Dec. 17, 1857.* 1372 

II. Grace " b. Apr. 19, 1860. 1373 

III. George Carter " b. Nov. 19, 1865. 1374 



596. FRANCIS HOWLAND, born Sept. 3, 1838; married 
Oct. 15, 1863, Vashti A. Tilton. Occupation, farming. P. O 
address, Conway, Mass. Children born in Conway. 



* Married Cora Brown, of Denver, Colo., Oct. "Hi, ISSU. 







ALBERTDT' 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Eliza Ames Ho wland,b. Dec. 4,1864. " 1375 

II. Geo. Francis " b. Oct. 18, 1867. 1376 

III. Charlotte Ames " b. Oct. 18, 1871. 1377 

IV. Walter Morton " b. June 5, 1874; d.Apr.2o, 1875A378 

V. Florence R. " b. June 14, 1876. 1379 

597. WALTER MORTON HOWLAND, born July 22, 1840; 
graduated at Williston Seminary, Easthampton, Mass., 1859; at 
Amherst College, 1863; studied law. Moved to Chicago, 1866. 
Admitted to practice in Supreme Court of Illinois, 1869; in 
Supreme Court of the United States, 1876. Married, July 2, 
1873, Florence C, daughter of Hon. John Reynolds, of Terre 
Coupee, Ind., born Sept. 25, 1848, died Jan. 2, 1874. Married, 
2d, July 12, 1881, Mida D. Warne, of Chicago, born Nov. 10, 
1850. Address, Portland Block, Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Florence Elizabeth Howland, b. May 28, 1883. 1380 

598. THADDEUS GRAVES, born Nov. 1, 1834; married, 
Nov. 2, 1866, Mary A. Hubbard, born Aug. 11, 1833. He is 
both lawyer and farmer. P. 0., Hatfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Clara L. Graves, b. Oct. 9, 1867. 1381 

IL Laura H. " b. June 24, 1869. 1382 

III. Mary A. L. " b. May 27, 1871. 1383 

IV. Anna M. '' b. Sep. 17, 1872. 1384 

V. Thaddeus " b. May 27, 1874. 1385 

599. SOPHIA A. GRAVES, born June 4, 1836; married 
J. E. King, March 30, 1859. She died June 11, 1872. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Mary A. King, b. June 14, 1860. 1386 

601. HIRAM RUDOLPH STOCKBRIDGE,born at Whately, 
Mass., Nov. 11, 1833; married, Sept. 25, 1862, Amelia D. Low, 
born Oct. 2, 1843. P. O., Rochester, N. Y. Children born in 
Rochester. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Herbert Edward Stockbridge, b. Apr. 16, 1865. 1387 

IL Marion Helen " b. Apr. 16, 1870. 1388 

III. Una Warner " b. June 5, 1873. 1389 



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602. HENRY DAVIS STOCKBRIDGE, born at Rochester, 
N. Y., Aug. 7, 1843; married, June 29, 1865, Adaline A. Green, 
born Nov. 27, 1844. Business, wholesale clothing. P. O., 
Rochester, N. Y. Children born in Rochester. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Maude H. Stockbridge, b. Feb. 25, 1867. 1390 

II. Morton G. " b. Nov. 22, 1868. 1391 

III. Henry L. " b. May 13, 1871. 1392 

IV. Emily F. " b. Sep. 4, 1873. 1393 

V. Ethel " b. Oct. 26, 1875. 1394 

604. MARY LOUISA THRALL, born in Clinton, N. Y., 
May 11, 1809; married, in 1825, Oliver Parker, born in Chester- 
field, N. H., June 9, 1796, and died May 20, 1842. She died 
Jan. 31, 1870, at Columbia, Mo., where their children were born. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Maria L. Parker,b. Mar. 15, 1826; d. Mar. 29, 1845.* 1395 

II. Jas. Henry " b. Sep. 30, 1827 ; d. Nov. 16, 1859. t ^ 396 
IILEmelineE. " b. May 11, 1829; d. Aug. 20, 1850. 1397 

IV. JosiahW. " b. Mar. 5,1832. 1398 

V. Oliver A. " b. Mav 30, 1834; d. Sep. 17, 1862,unm.l399 
VL Mary Eliza " b. Oct. 8, 1840; d. May 24, 1841. 1400 

610. FRANKLIN W. HICKCOX, born June 22, 1818; mar- 
ried Mary E. Simmons, Oct. 23, 1841. Occupation, farming. 
P. 0., Greenwood, Tex. No children. 

611. HENRY C. HICKCOX, born Oct. 31, 1819; married, 
March 27, 1849, Mary M. Defoe, born in Virginia, July 7, 1827, 
and died Sept. 21, 1872, at California, Mo., where their children 
were born. Occupation, farming. P. 0. California, Mo. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Virginia R. Hickcox,b. Dec. 29, 1849; d. Aug. 9, 1872. 1401 

II. Mary E. " b. Jan. 15, 1851; d. Mar. 14, 1863. 1402 

III. John F. " b. Mar. 10, 1853. 1403 

IV. Aristeen " b. May 20, 1858; d. June 20, 1863. 1404 

V. Truman V. " b. Mar. 4, 1860; d. Apr. 2,1863.1405 

VI. Charles C. " b. Sep. 13, 1863. 1406 

VII. Martha Emily " b. Aug. 27, 1867. 1407 

* Maria Louisa married Dr. Jas. C. Pag-e, and soon died. After her death Dr. 
Pag-e married her sister, Emeline, who died about a year afterwards. They have 
left no descendants. 

t James H. married Margaret Prewitt, of Columbia, and died at the age of 32, 
leaving a widow and two or three children. 



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* 

613. HARRIET ELIZA HICKCOX, born Jan. 30, 1824; 

married, Nov. 2, 1842. Henry M. Myers, Bhe died Sept. 2, 1858, 
^<^ di at Boonville, Mo. , where their children 

were born. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Helen H. Myers, b. May 15, 1846. 1408 

II. Martha A. " b. May 11, 1849. 1409 

III. Mary C. " b. May 11, 1849; d. May 20, 1865. 1410 

IV. Laura V. '" b. Aug. 31, 1852. 1411 

614. MARTHA ANN HICKCOX, born Feb. 16, 1826; mar- 
ried, Nov. 15, 1847, Rev. Thomas Abbott, born in Baltimore, Md., 
Sept. 21, 1818, and is a Minister of the Gospel, Editor and Author. 
His principal work is entitled: '^ Salvation by Jesus Christ." 
Has been connected with the press for more than twenty years. 
P. O., Mt. Vernon, Ind. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Arcturus Abbott, b. July 24, 1851; d. June 11, 1862. 1412 

II. Victor " b. Oct. 28, 1854; d. July 18, 1862. 1418 

III. Grosvnor " b. Sept. 26, 1856; d. June 25, 1862. 1414 

IV. Abben L. " b. May 23, 1863, at Mt. Vernon. 1415 

V. Julia S. '• b. Mar. 20, 1865, at Mt. Vernon.* 1416 



616. H. MARIA HICKCOX, born March 13, 1824; married, 
Nov. 8, 1846, Thomas P. Williams, who died in Milwaukee, Nov. 
16, 1857; married 2d, Dec. 10, 1864, John Randall Lockwood, 
born Jan. 10, 1837, who is a member of the New York Stock 
Exchange. Address, 201 West 55th St., New York. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Robert H. Williams, b. Apr. 11, 1848. 1417 

II. Benjamin C " b. Sept. 1,^1855. 1418 

618. JAMES HICKCOX, born in Avon, N. Y., April 9, 1832; 
married, June 8, 1859, Adelaide Gridley, born Aug. 11, 1843. 
He went to Wisconsin, 1850; was educated at the State Univer- 
sity, Madison; studied law with Emmons & Van Dyke, Milwau- 
kee; admitted to the bar in 1857; was Commissioner of the 
School Board in Milwaukee; and eight years was Clerk of the 
Circuit Court. He died July 27, 1883. Children born in Mil- 
waukee, where his widow resides at 123 Prospect Avenue. 

* Being educated at Lonabard University, Galesburg, lU. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Katharine Berry Hickcox,b. April 5, 1860. 1419 



II. Edward Walden 

III. Frances Gertrude 

IV. Norman 

V. Gilbert 

VI. Adelaide 



b. Mar. 9, 1864. 1420 

b. Nov. 22, 1866. 1421 

b. July 20, 1872. 1422 

b. 1874. 1423 

b. July, 1879. 1424 



620. CLARK HICKCOX, born Jan. 12, 1820; married, Feb. 
18, 1844, Rebecca C. Green, born Aug. 1, 1824. Children born 
in Ridgeway, Wis. P. O., Wyoming, Wis. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. George M. Hickcox, b. April 14, 1845. 1425 

II. Wm. Comstock " b. Aug. 21, 1848. 1426 

III. Clark Albert " b. Feb. 28, 1850. 1427 

IV. Laura Eloise " b. Mar. 28, 1853. 1428 

V. Edward Marvin " b. Aug. 4, 1854. 1429 

VI. Ida May " b. June 20, 1856. 1430 

VII. Nathaniel D. " b. Oct. 15, 1857. 1431 

VIII. Dana Charles " b. Aug. 13, 1859. 1432 

621. GEORGE HICKCOX, born March 5, 1824; married, 
Jan. 10, 1861, Tamar Ritchey, born June 15, 1845. Occupation, 
mining. P. 0., West Branch, Cal. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. . 

I. Arthur Swain Hickcox,b. Oct. 20, 1861. 1433 

II. Helen Eloise " b. Aug.23. 1863.* 1434 

III. Clara Irene " b. Mar. 13, 1865. 1435 

IV. Ritchey Farnham " b. Mar. 19, 1867: d. July 7, 1876.1436 

V. WilHe Allen " b. Jan. 4, 1870.' 1437 

624. ELOISE M. HICKCOX, born March 19, 1833; mar- 
ried Geo. H. Farnham, Feb. 15, 1859. He died Dec. 3, 1869. 
Her P. O. address is 36 W. 40th St., New York. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mabel A. Farnham, b. Aug. 21, 1866. 1438 

627. HARRIET E. HICKCOX, born April 9, 1830; mar- 
ried. May 27, 1857, James H. Tutt, a farmer, living near Bunoe- 
ton. Mo. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Charles P. Tutt, b. Oct. 29, 1858. 1439 

II. Harry Ashby " b. Aug. 8, 1862; d. July 8, 1863. 1440 

III. Geo. E. " b. Nov. 21, 1865. 1441 

^__ ... r , . 

* Married Geo. W. McDowell. 



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628. LOUISE M. HICKCOX, bom Dec. 28, 1832; married, 
March 2, 1852, R. H. Taliaferro, a farmer, living near Pisgah, 
Mo. She died April 3, 1874. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Charles W. Taliaferro,b. Jan. 8, 1853; m.Ollie Young.1442 

II. James B. 

III. Johnson A. 

IV. George T. 

V. Annie M. 

VI. Hattie L. 

VII. Robert B. 

VIII. Mary V. 



b. Dec. 8, 1854; m. Dora Harris. 1443 

b.Sep. 11, 1856.* 1444 

b. Jan. 16, 1860. 1445 

b. Sep. 22, 1862. 1446 

b. Aug. 26, 1868. 1447 

b. Nov. 21, 1870. 1448 

b Aug. 4, 1873. 1449 



630. MARY J. HICKCOX, born April 13, 1842; married, 
April 10, 1867, Andrew B. Cole, a farmer, living near Pisgah, 
Mo. Children born at Pisgah. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Charles E. Cole, b. Jan. 1, 1867. 1450 

II. Warren " b. Sep. 19, 1869; d. Jan. 23, 1872. 1451 

III. Geo. Truman " b. Oct. 2, 1875. 1452 

631. JOHN EDWIN COMSTOCK, born May 31, 1818; mar- 
ried Mary Priscilla Halleck, born Dec. 25, 1818, at Clinton, N. 
Y. Children born at Clinton. Occupation, superintendent of 
mining. P. O., Galena, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Harriet A. Comstock, b. July 4, 1841. 1453 

II. Mary E. " b. Apr. 11, 1845; d.Feb.l9, 1856.1454 

III. Nellie M. " b. Nov. 19, 1847. 1455 

IV. Samuel P. " b. Aug. 27, 1849. 1456 

V. Sophia A. " b. Apr. 19, 1854. 1457 

635. MARIA LOUISA MORRISON, born June 12, 1824; 
married, June 1842, at Madison, Wis., Dr. Almon Lull, born 
Nov. 26, 1811, in Hartland, Vt. P. O. address, Butte City, Cal. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Maria A. Lull, b. Apr. 1, 1843, in Iowa. 1458 

II. Susan H. " b. June 14, 1845, " " 1459 

III. James D. " b. Nov. 13, 1847, " ^' 1460 

IV. Carolena L. " b. Aug. 8, 1860.t 1461 

638. HARRIET HICKCOX MORRISON, born Nov. 15, 
1829; married, Sept. 9, 1847, Nathaniel W. Dean, of Madison, 

* Married Mollie Privott. 

t Mai-ried Stephen H. Angell, and resides at Butte City, Cal. 



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Wis., dealer in real estate, and was a member of the Wisconsin 
Legislature, 1857, and died Feb. 28, 1880. Her present address, 

72 E. Newton St., Boston, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. William Morrison Dean,b. June 6, 1849; d. Feb. 3, 1851. 1462 

640. SOPHIA HICKCOX, born Oct. 11, 1829; married, 
March 12, 1853, Hon. James C. Gary, a lawyer, born July 14, 
1825. Children born in San Francisco, Cal., where she died 
Dec. 8, 1873. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Harriet Cary, b. Feb. 20, 1854. 1463 

II. Walter M. " b. Oct. 8, 1858. ]464 

III. Edward " b. Jan. 27, 1864; d. Apr. 11, 1864. 1465 

IV. Jas.Hickcox" b. Mar. 1,1869. 1466 

643. JOHN SCOTT HICKCOX, born Nov. 18, 1835; mar- 
ried, in Washington, D. C, 1862, Mary Elizabeth Lewis, born 
at Beltsville, Md., April 14, 1839. Assistant Superintendent of 
the Senate Folding Room, Washington, D. C. Residence, 302 
Maryland Ave., N. E. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Harriet Hickcox, b. June 10, 1864, at San Jose, Cal. 1467 

646. MELLICENT HICKCOX, born Jan. 18, 1844; mar- 
ried, June 17, 1868, John Crosby Olmsted, born March 12, 1839, 
Stationer, San Francisco, Cal. No children. 

647. CHARLES GOZA HICKCOX, born Oct. 15, 1829; 
married, Sept. 7, 1854, Polly Martin, of Moniteau County, Mo. 
He died May 19, 1879, at California, Mo., where his children 
were born. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Nathan Cole Hickcox,b. Nov. 4, 1855. 1468 

II. John Clay " b. Nov. 26, 1858. 1469 
I[I. Jonathan Fordyce" b. Sep. 13,1861. 1470 

IV. Eloise " b. Sep. 4, 1863; d.Feb.lO, 1864.1471 

V. May " b. May 1, 1866; d.Dec. 9, 1876.1472 

VI. Charles Goza, jr., ^^ b. Aug. 7,1868. 1473 

654. THOMAS G. HICKCOX, born April 9, 1848; married, 
Oct. 2, 1873, Ella M. McCarroll, of Sparta, Pa. P. 0. address, 
Independence, Mo. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. John H. G. Hickcox,b. May 17, 1875; d. Oct. 12, 1876. 1474 

II. Eddie B. " b. April 3, 1879; d. July 14, 1879. 1475 

655. CHARLES LINCOLN WHITE, born Nov. 1, 1828; 
married, in May, 1860, Desda Arnold, of Fort Wayne, Ind.; 
removed to Peoria, 111.; thence to Worcester, Mass., where he 
died Dec. 31, 1864. Machinist and locomotive engineer. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Abbie White, b. April 13, 1861, at Fort Wayne. 1476 

II. Julia '' b. Nov. 3, 1862, '^ Peoria. 1477 

656. AUSTIN WHITE, born December 5, 1830; married 
Rachel Webster, January 14, 1869. Engineer, and resides at 
Peoria, 111., where his children were born. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Luther Clark White, b. Nov. 21, 1869. 1478 

II. Laura " b. Aug. 30, 1871. 1479 

III. Edith " b. Mar. 14, 1875. 1480 

IV. Walter Webster " b. Sept. 20, 1877. 1481 

V. Henry " b. Feb. 10, 1880. 1482 

657. MARIA WHITE, born September 6, 1832; married, 
March 22, 1856, James T. Stewart, M. D. Residence, Peoria, 
III., where their children were all born. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Edwin White Stewart, b. June 2, 1857. 1483 

II. Minnie Belle " b. Apr. 23,1859. 1484 

III. Herbert King " b. July 6, 1862; d.0ct.l4, 1879. 1485 

IV. Ella May " b. Sept. 11, 1866. 1486 

V. Irene " b. Oct. 2,1871. 1487 

VI. Ada " b. Dec. 12,1873. 1488 

663. JULIA ANNAH CLARK, born Nov. 13, 1840; mar- 
ried, Sept. 9, 1864, Dr. Charles H. Ray, born May 1821; died 
in Chicago, Sept. 24, 1870. He was for many years editor-in- 
chief of the Chicago Tribune, and at the time of his death, of 
the Chicago Evening Post. Children born in Chicago. Mrs. 
Ray was Lady Principal at Vassar College for several years. 
Now resides at Northampton, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Bertha CornwtiU Ray, b. July 21, 1865. 1489 

II. Julia Lincoln " b. Dec. 11, 1867. 1490 



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664. LINCOLN ELLIS CLARK, born May 2, 1843; mar- 
ried, Oct. 3, 1869, Getta Glennon, born May 14, 1849. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Julia Alleine, b. Sep. 1, 1872. 1491 

II. Lincoln, b. Oct. 14, 1874. 1492 

III. Keith, b. Mar. 31, 1879. 1493 

IV. Kate Ellis, b. Dec. 16, 1880. 1494 

668. EDWARD K. WARE, born in Granville, 111., Aug. 2, 
1834; married Mary Maxwell, in Oct. 1862. They settled at 
Waterloo, Iowa. She died Dec. 20, 1879. Profession, lawyer. 
Graduated at the Cambridge Law School. P. O. address, 
Evanston, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Alfred K. Ware, 1). Aug. 23, 1863. 1495 

II. Charles " b. July 3, 1865. 1496 

III. Frank " b. Sep. 16, 1866. 1497 

IV. Mary Lillian '' b. Oct. 12, 1874. 1498 

669. CAROLINE C. WARE, born Oct. 9, 1836; graduated 
at Ontario Female Seminary; married, Jan. 1, 1858, John H. 
Leavitt, born Oct. 11, 1830. Children born in Waterloo, Iowa, 
where they reside. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary L. Leavitt, b. Dec. 17, 1858. 1499 

II. Roger " b. June 25, 1860. 1500 

III. Lucy 0. " b. June 15, 1864. 1501 

IV. Joseph L. '' b. May 25, 1869. 1502 

V. Grace C. " b. Jan. 23, 1873. 1503 

670. LUCINDA A. WARE, born April 28, 1839; married, 
July 26, 1859, Nehemiah Sherwood, born May 30, 1835. Child- 
ren born in Chicago. Address, No. 4823 Hyde Park Ave., Hyde 
Park, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Chas. Ware Sherwood,b. June 23, 1860; d.May 1, 1861. 1504 

II. Carolyn Mae " b. Nov. 3, 1863. 1505 

III. LiUian '' b. Jan. 23, 1866. 1506 

IV. Tirzah Lovejoy '' b. Oct. 30, 1868. 1507 

671. DR. LYMAN WARE, born Nov. 11, 1841; married 
Elizabeth Law, June 7, 1877. He took a medical course at 
Philadelphia. Practices his profession in Chicago. P. 0. ad- 
dress, 125 State St., Chicago, 111. 



—los- 
ers. ELISHA CLARK WARE, born Aug. 30, 1846; mar- 
ried Mary A. Hannah, Sept 6, 1870. He graduated at a school 
of Technology, in Boston, Mass. Children born in Chicago. 
Address, 143 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Ralph Ware, b. July 3, 1877. 1508 

II. Walter " b. Feb. 13, 1880. 1509 

676. CHARLES HENRY ARMS, born December 25, 1840; 
married, October 17, 1866, Aurora Bartlett Clarke, born January 
27, 1844. Occupation, book-keeper. Residence, Hyde Park, 
near Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Herbert Clarke Arms, b. March 3, 187 L 1510 

II. Clara Louise " b. Feb. 4, 1873. 1511 

III. Ada Calista " b. Jan. 21, 1878. 1512 

677. JULIA HANNAH ARMS, born May 21, 1844; mar- 
ried August 27, 1874, George M. Barber, commission merchant, 
born March 2, 1844. Children born in Chicago. Address, 1239 
N. Halsted St., Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Carrolle Barber, b. Dec. 7, 1876. 1513 

II. Louise " b. Nov. 22, 1877. 1514 

683. HENRY CLARK NASH, born Feb. 21, 1829; married, 
Oct. 9, 1855, Emeline Kellogg, born Dec. 6, 1827. Graduated at 
Amherst College, 1851; taught a family school for boys at Am- 
herst, until 1877, when he became connected with the firm of 
D. Appleton & Co., New York, as Manager for the State of Mas- 
sachusetts. Places of business. No. 6 Hawdey St., and No. 5 
Arch St., Boston, also at Worcester and Amherst. Children 
born in Amherst, his place of residence. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah Kellogg Nash, b. Jan. 10, 1857; d. Jan. 30, 1857. 1515 

II. Jas. Kellogg " b. Jan. 6, 1858; d. Nov. 10, 1860. 1516 

III. Henry Clark " b. Oct. 1, 1860. 1517 

IV. Wm. Kellogg " b. Apr. 4, 1862. 1518 

V. John Adams " b. Mayl6, 1866. 1519 

VI. Duane Howard " b. Feb.l3, 1870. 1520 

686. JOHN ADAMS NASH, born in Binghampton, N. Y., 
May 29, 1838; married, June 5, 1869, Mary Ann Delaney, born in 
Montreal, P. Q. He served in the IJnion army during the war, 



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first in the 11th N. Y. S. M. three months, afterwards as Quarter- 
master Sergeant in the 11th N. Y. Cavalry, until the close of the 
war. Occupation, R. R. Freight Clerk. Address, 533 Monmouth 
Street, Jersey City, N. J. Children born in Jersey City, except 
the oldest. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Alice Kate Nash,b. Apr. 8, 1870, in New York. 1521 

II. Ellen Field 

III. Mary Mills 

IV. Ida Johnson 

V. Annetta A. 

VI. Daisy Florence 

VII. Wm. Scotto 

VIII. Geo. Holcomb 



b. Nov. 14, 1871. 1522 

b. June 11, 1873. 1523 
b. Feb. 24, 1875; d. June 1,1877. 1524 

b. Feb. 24, 1875. 1525 

b. June 9, 1877; d. Mar.13,1878. 1526 

b. May 4, 1879; d. Jan. J 2, 1881. 1527 

b. Jan. 3, 1881. 1528 



687. SCOTTO CLARK NASH, born Nov. 5, 1841, in Pitts- 
field, Mass.; married, Feb. 23, 1863, Alice Valentine of Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Manufacturer of and wholesale dealer in Agricultural Im- 
plements, of the firm of Nash & Bro. Address, Harrisburg, Pa. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Geo. Valentine Nash, b. May 6, 1864, in Brooklyn. 1529 

II. Mary Clark " b. June 12, 1867, " Clifton,N.J. 1530 

III. Emma Porter " b. Apr. 29, 1870, " " " 1531 

688. DUANE HOWARD NASH, born Dec. 8, 1843; mar- 
ried, May 23, 1876, Georgette Tredwell, of Madison, N. J. He 
is of the firm of Nash & Bro., manufacturers of and wholesale 
dealers in Agricultural Implements. General office, Millington, 
New Jersev. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Georgette Nash, b. April 24, 1877. 1532 

II. Anna " b. Mar. 26, 1879. 1533 

692. TIRZAH STRONG SNELL, born Nov. 10, 1839; mar- 
ried, July 24, 1867, Rev. Elliot Chapin Hall, born April 29, 
1838. P. O., Jamestown, N. Y. 

' CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Martha Snell Hall, b. Aug.lO, 1871. 1534 

II. Elliot Snell " b. Oct. 20, 1873. 1535 

III. Tirzah Hinsdale " b. Oct. 15, 1881. 1536 

699. ELIZABETH D. MARKELL, born Jan. 1, 1828; mar- 
ried, Sept. 12, 1860, Benjamin F. Freeman, b. Oct. 16, 1820, and 
is Deputy County Treasurer of Monroe County, N. Y. P. 0., 
Rochester, N. Y. Children born in Rochester. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Charlotte E. Freeman, b. Sep. 18, 1861 ; d. May 17, 1863. 1537 

II. Ida R. " b. Nov. 27, 1862. 1538 

700. CLARK HENRY MARKELL, born June 12, 1830; 
married, Oct. 21, 1857, Ellen Timerman, born June 24, 1837. 
Occupation, farming. Children born at Manheim Centre. P. O., 
East Creek, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

L Charlotte A. Markell, b. June 2, 1859. 1539 

IL Carrie M. " b. April 5, 1863. 1540 

III. George C. " b. Nov. 25, 1866. 1541 

701. MARIA LOUISA MARKELL, born May 28, 1833; 
married, July 12, 1859, Silas M. Yoran, born Jan. 26, 1835. 
Occupation, farming. He was a member of the Iowa Legisla- 
ture from 1878 to 1882; moved from Monticello, Iowa, to Ore- 
gon, in Jan. 1883. P. O., Eugene City, Oregon. 

CHILDREN NINTH GENERATION. 

I . Elizabeth M . Yoran,b . Jul v 2, 1860, at Sand Spring, la .1542 
IL George Oliver " b. Aug. 7, 1863, " " " "1543 

III. William Colvin " b. Oct. 6, 1866, " Monticello, "1544 

IV. Darwin Edward" b. July 17, 1868, " " " 1545 

V. Louise " b. Oct, 11, 1875, " " " 1546 

702. COL. WM. LESTER MARKELL, born Jan. 15, 1836; 
married, May 1, 1860, Ellen T. Baker, born Jan. 22, 1843. Served 
in the Union army in the late war, successively as Major, Lt.- 
Colonel, and Colonel, of the 8th N. Y. Vol. Cav. Present busi- 
ness, book-keeping. Address, 92 Arlington Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Wm. Lester Markell, b. June 19, 1869. 1547 

703. JACOB MARKELL, born Feb. 27, 1839; married, 1st, 
Sept. 12, 1860, Mary E. Van Valkenburgh, born at Syracuse, 
March 4, 1840, died in Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1877; married, 
2d, April 12, 1881, Emma B. Judd, born at Little Falls, April 
12, 1843. Engaged in mercantile business at 336 Broadway, 
New York. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

'I. Irene Clark Markell,b. Dec. 11, 1861; d. Aug. 8, 1862. 1548 

II. Wm. Bruce " b. Dec. 3, 1862, in Rochester,N.Y.1549 

III. Ada Duryea '' b. Jan. 30, 1875, in Brooklyn, N,Y.1550 



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704. GEN. JOHN DEAN HAWLEY, bom March 20, 1821; 
married, June 5, 1844, Cornelia Seymour, born 1824, in Stam- 
ford, Conn. Attended select school at Cazenovia, two years;' 
learned the watchmaker's trade and went into business at Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., where he still keeps a jewelry store. Brigadier- 
General of New York Militia. Children born in Syracuse. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Jennie Cornelia Hawley, b. June 28, 1859. 1551 

II. William Dean " b. Mar. 13, 1863. 1552 

708. WM. OLIVER FULLER, born Nov. 15, 1830; married, 
Jan. 2, 1861, Anna M. Gracie, born March 19, 1838. Occupa- 
tion, merchant. P. O., Bellmore, (L. I.), N. Y. No children. 

712. CHARLOTTE D. CLARK, born April 29, 1840; mar- 
ried, Feb. 25, 1862, Milo J. Webster, born Jan 18, 1842. Resi- 
dence, Napoleon, Mich., where their children were born. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Eatha 0. Webster, b. Jan. 18, 1863; d. Apr. 14, 1863.1553 

II. Willard E. " b. Aug. 27, 1864. 1554 

III. Irene M. " b. Feb. 22, 1867. 1555 

IV. Cora E. " b. Sep. 19, 1871. 1556 

713. OLIVER E. CLARK, born Jan. 13, 1842; married, 
Nov. 21, 1867, Almary C. House, born April 9, 1842. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Merda A., b. June 21, 1868. 1557 

II. Mary E., b. Dec. 12, 1870. 1558 

III. Virginia G. b. Mar. 8,1873. 1559 

IV. Harry E. b. Jan. 13, 1875. 1560 

714. MARIA A. CLARK, born Feb. 14,1844; married, Aug. 
20, 1867, Benjamin F. Lair, born Nov. 2, 1843. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Earl A. Lair, b. May 19, 1874. 1561 

II. Mabel V. " b. June 19, 1880. 1562 

716. IRENE C. CLARK, born Sept. 20, 1850; married, Sept, 
24, 1872, Lester E. Palmer, born May 20, 1846, 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mabel Palmer, b. March 2, 1874. 1563 

719. CORNELIA GENET ROWE, born Jan. 17, 1842; mar- 
ried, July 5, 1866, Charles H. Sayles, born March 26, 1841. 
Commission merchant, No. 546 Broadway, New York. She 
died Jan. 3, 1874, in Louisville, Ky., where their children were 
all born. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Carrie E. Sayles, b. Nov. 14, 1868. 1564 

II. Charles S. " b. Apr. 14, 1870. 1565 

III. Ida Genet " b. Mar. 28, 1873. 1566 

720. CARRIE E. ROWE, born Aug. 25, 1845; married, Oct. 
12, 1870, Milton DeLano, born Aug. 11, 1844, in Lenox, N. Y, 
Merchant and banker. Town Clerk of Lenox three years and 
Sheriff of Madison County six years. P. 0., Canastota, N. Y. 
Children born in Canastota. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Harry Clark Delano, b. Sep. 16, 1871. 1567 

IL Milton " b. Sep. 9, 1874. 1568 

III. Kirk Bruce " b. Feb. 10, 1882. 1569 

723. SARAH SNYDER, born May 3, 1834; married, Nov. 
3, 1869, Henry J. Playter, born Oct. 7, 1821, at Exeter, Eng. He 
is station agent at Bristow, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Edward A. Playter, b. Oct. 12, 1870, at Butler Centre, Ia.l570 

724. GEORGE SNYDER, born May 7, 1836; married Sarah 
J. Lothrop, born April 20, 1845. Served during the late war in 
Co. C, 113th 111. Inf. Occupation, farming. P. 0., Howard, 
Dakota. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Guy Max Snyder, b. Sep. 19, 1870. In71 

II. Lena Belle " b. Oct. 10, 1872. 1572 

725. SOPHIA CLARK, born June 7, 1846; married, Aug. 
24, 1865, Abel Haynes, born March 11, 1845. Reside at Cordova, 
111., where their children, except the first, were born. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Angeline Haynes, b. Apr. 20, 1867; d. Sept. 1869. 1573 

II. Joseph " b. Mar. 22, 1870; d. Aug. 1874. 1574 

III. Wm.Lorenzo " b. June 25, 1872. 1575 

IV. Frank Lester " b. Apr. 17, 1874. 1576 

V. Bertha T. " b. Jane 22, 1879. 1577 

726. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH CLARK, born April 17, 
1852; married, Sept. 11, 1878, John R. Smith, born April 14, 
1853. P. O., Cordova, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Lester LeRoy Smith, b. Oct. 1, 1879, at Cordova. 1578 

728. ELIZA ANN CLARK, born Aug. 6, 1859; married, 
Sept. 28, 1881, Charles C. Cady, born Jan. 29, 1856. P. O., 
Geneseo, 111. 

731. EDWARD CHILDS, born Dec. 31, 1813; married, 
May 6, 1841, Sarah Ann Adams, born Feb. 23, 1815, died Oct. 
14,*1850; married, 2d, Mav 6, 1852, Etnily Porter, born July 18, 
1814. He died May 26, 1861. Her P. O. address, Toronto,' Ont. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



I. Edward A. Childs, b. Sep. 9, 1842. 1579 

II. Otis Field " b. May 7, 1844; unmarried. 1580 

III. Sarah Ann " b. Oct. 6, 1847; d. Aug. 22, 1852.1581 

IV. Mary Luseba " b. Nov.ll, 1849. 1582 

V. Walter A. " b. July 3, 1854; d. Sep. 10, 1854.1583 

VI. Sarah Emily " b. Nov. 15, 1855. 1584 

732. WILLIAM SULLIVAN CHILDS, born May 28, 1816; 
married, June 4, 1839, Lydia Frary, born March 4, 1820. Man- 
ufacturer. Resides at Montreal, Canada, where the three younger 
children were born. ^ 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Ellen Irene Childs, b. July 19, 1840, in Conway, Ms. 1585 

II. Lydia Sigourney " b. Aug. 29, 1843. 1586 

III. Wm. Sullivan " b. Oct. 16, 1846; d. Oct.27, 1847. 1587 

IV. Wm. Frederic " b. Nov. 3, 1852. 1588 

733. HENRY CHILDS, born Jan. 28, 1818; married, 1st, 
Sept. 22, 1842, Mary A. Graves, of Northampton, Mass., who 
died Aug. 29, 1849; married, 2d, Jan. 13, 1852, Esther L. 
Kinsley, of Stoughton, Mass., who died Aug. 28,1872; married, 
3d, Feb. 18, 1874, Mary D. Phillips, of Northampton. Is a 
publisher of the firm of Bridgman & Childs, Northampton, 
Mass. Children born in Noi*thampton. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah Eliza Childs, b. Jan. 28, 1844. 1589 

II. Mary Louisa " b. Apr. 27, 1845. 1590 

III. Albert Bates " b. d. June 9, 1848.1591 

IV. Albert Bates,2d, " b. Oct. 5, 1848; d. Aug.30, 1849.1592 

V. Ella Kinsley " b. Oct. 26, 1852. 1593 

VI. Edith Dunbar " b. Dec. 5, 1867. 1594 

734. SALLY FIELD OHILDS, born Dec. 21, 1819;. mar- 
ried, Oct. 5, 1842, Samuel W. Barber, of Heath, Mass. Children 
born in Heath. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Albert Childs Barber, b. Aug. 16, 1843; d. July 31, 1854. 1595 

II. Henry Dwight " b. Jan. 3, 1845. 1596 

III. Mary Abby " b. Mar. 10, 1852; d. Apr. 17, 1852. 1597 

736. LOUISA HUBBARD CHILDS, born March 15, 1819; 
married Charles Mosher, a prominent merchant of Canandaigua, 
N. Y., and died, without issue, Dec. 11, 1840. From childhood 
until the day of her death she was noted as a gifted vocalist. 

737. HANNAH FIELD CHILDS, born March 13, 1821; 
married Eli N. Green, born in Wales, Mass., July 14, 1818. She 
died April 22, 1873. Children born in Canandaigua, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry Childs Green, d. in infancy. 1598 

II. Charles Mosher " b. Sep. 6, 1855. 1599 

738. HENRY HUDSON CHILDS, born March 20, 1825; 
married, Feb. 14, 1855, in New York city, Mary Kennett Ar- 
noux. He holds an important place in the service of the Gov- 
ernment at the Custom House, New York.* 

* In the year 1857 Mi*. Childs was eng-aged iu mercantile business and had large 
interests in the California ti'ade. and was suddenly called to San Francisco. 
Having- completed his business there, he returned by way of Panama. At Aspin- 
wall he took passage on the steamship "Central America," commanded by Lieut. 
Herndon, of the U. S. Navy, whose daughter became the wife of Gen. Chester A. 
Arthur, now President of the United States. After leaving Havana, Cuba, the 
vessel encountered a terrific storm, which continued some 36 hours, during which 
time the steamer sprang a leak, and finally foundered in the Gulf Stream, off the 
South Carolina coast, some 350 miles from land, and about 500 persons went down 
with the ship, among them Mr. Childs, who, being an expert swimmer, kept him- 
self afloat six hours, and was finally rescued by a Norwegian bark, nearly ex- 
hausted, but immediately went to work to save the lives of others. Only 49 were 
rescued; the rest all perished, among them Capt. Herndon, who was the last one 
Mr. Childs saw while in the water— they recognized each other, and spoke, but 
the next wave separated them forever. The next day Mr. Childs was transferred 
to a vessel bound to Savannah, where he landed six days after the disaster and 
telegraphed to New York the first information respecting the fate of the missing 
steamship. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry Arnoux Childs,b. June 4,1857. 1600 

II. Mary Louise " b. Sep. 25, 1858. 1601 
II L Milton Haxtun " b. May 21, 1861; d. in infancy. 1602 

739. ELECTA MARIA FIELD, born Oct. 4, 1826; married, 
Oct. 16, 1850, Cyrus S. Johnson. P. O. address, 78 High St., 
Hartford, Conn. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Ida Maria Johnson, b. July 26, 1851; d. Nov. 24, 1862. 1603 

II. Rose Pauline " b. May 27, 1858; d. Aug. 16, 1858. 1604 

III. Fred. CUfford " b. Oct. 9, 1862; d. July 7, 1864. 1605 

740. LOUISE FIELD, born June 28, 1829; married, April 
18, 1856, James H. Pratt, who is engaged in stock raising in 
Wyoming Territory. Children born in Hillsdale, Mich. Ad- 
dress, 294 Chicago Ave., Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Hattie B. Pratt, b. Jan. 28, 1857. 1606 

II. Willie R. '' b. July 4, 1858; d. Nov. 1, 1864. 1607 

III. Eugene " b. June 13, 1860; d. June 21, 1863. 1608 

IV. Susie " b. Feb. 8, 1862; d. Jan. 2. 1864. 1609 

V. Margaret L. " b. May 4, 1868. 1610 

VI. Freddie " b. Apr. 19, 1870; d. July 26, 1872. 1611 

741. SUSAN H. FIELD, born May 9,1831; married, Oct. 
29, 1856, Porter Nutting, of Northampton, Mass. She died 
Sept. 15, 1865. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Arthur Fenelon Nutting,b. Feb. 4, 1861; m.IdaTorrey.l6l2 

II. Edward Eugene " b. June 30, 1863; d. July 1863. 1613 

746. DAVID FIELD WELLS, born in Conway, Mass., 
Jan. 12, 1824; married, Dec. 1, 1849, Harriet Dickinson, who 
died Aug. 25, 1868. Occupation, merchant. He died May 27, 
1866, in Hatfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Harriet A. Wells, b. Sept. 1, 1850; d. Mar. 4, 1864. 1614 

II. Hannah H. " b. Aug. 23, 1857; d. Oct. 20, 1857. 1615 



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747. EUNICE WHITE WELLS, born March 20, 1825; 
married, Dec. 25, 1850, Col. Henry W. Banks, merchant, of 
Brooklyn, L. I. Children born in Brooklyn. She died at St. 
Paul, Minn., Feb. 6, 1861. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Lovisa Banks, b. Oct. 11, 1851. 1616 

II. Martha B. " b. Dec. 25, 1854. 1617 

III. Elizabeth H. " b. Oct. 12, 1856. 1618 

IV. Helen Ward " b. June 21, 1859. 1619 

748. OTIS CLARK WELLS, born Oct. 3, 1828; married, 
May 14, 1851, Lucelia Loomis, of Whately. Children born in 

Hatfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Helen Stockbridge Wells, b. Aug. 25, 1853. 1620 

II. Charles Otis " b. Mar. 23, 1866. 1621 

750. JOSEPH S. WELLS, born April 17, 1842; married, 
Oct. 19, 1870, Emma R. Phelps. Occupation, farming. Resi- 
dence, Hatfield, Mass., where their children were born. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Joseph P. Wells, b. May 30, 1878. 1622 

II. Elisha E. '' b. Nov. 5, 1881. 1623 

751. DANIEL W. WELLS, born April 17, 1842; married, 
Oct. 19, 1875, Hannah A. Belden. He served in the late war, 
in Co. K., 52d Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf. Farmer. Address, Hat- 
field, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Reuben Field Wells, b. Feb. 13, 1880. 1624 

752. MARTHA FAY FIELD, born June 29, 1832; married, 
Sept. 24, 1851, Allen A. Stone, born Sept. 24, 1830. Carpenter 
by trade, but at present an Evangelist. Children born in Gran- 
ville, III., except the oldest. P. 0., Princeton, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Clara A. Stone, b. Sep. 12, 1853; d. Aug. 30, 1854. 1625 

II. Arthur Allen " b. Aug. 1, 1864. 1626 

III. Minnie Marion " b. Dec. 28, 1865. 1627 

IV. Wm. Porter " b. Nov. 20, 1869. 1628 



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753. FRANCIS SYLVESTER FIELD, bom Feb. 12, 1834; 
married, Dec. 25, 1854, at Lyons, N. Y., Emma C. Cole, born 
Feb. 9, 1833. Occupation, wire-worker and weaver. P. 0., 
North Java, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Edgar Kirtland Field,b. July 13, 1855, at Lyons, N. Y. 1629 
IL WillardCole " b. Aug. 10, 1858, " " " 1630 

III. Herbert Sylvester " b. July 27, 1861, " Brantford,Ont.l631 

754. ALMERON FIELD, born June 30, 1836; married, June 
21, 1869, Catharine C. Jones, born Oct. 10, 1849. Occupation, 
roofer. Served in the Union army during the war, in the 8th 
U. S. Infantry. Residence, Jacksonville, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Angeline Cora Field,b. Dec. 14, 1870, at Bloomington,Ill. 1632 

II. William R. " b. JunelO, 1872, " " '' 1633 

III. David Romeo " b. Apr. 4, 1875, " " " 1634 

IV. Mabel Ehzabeth " b. Oct. 3, 1878, " Jacksonville, " 1635 

V. AlmeronGar^ " b. Nov.l2, 1881, " " "1636 

755. LUCY WARE FIELD, born July 25, 1846; married, 
Nov. 1, 1866, Edward Hamm, born Feb. 26, 1843. Occupation, 
farming. P. O., Ashley, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Alice A. Hamm, b. Aug. 24, 1867; d. Nov. 21, 1867. 1637 



II. Cora Etta 

III. Clara May 

IV. Lucy Ella 

V. Edward Field 

VI. Frank Or vis 



b. June 20, 1869. 1638 

b. Mar. 22, 1871; d. July 23, 1877. 1639 

b. Feb. 3, 1873. 1640 

b. Jan. 2, 1876. 1641 

b. Apr. 3, 1877. 1642 



756. THOMAS BASSFORD FIELD, born Dec. 20, 1837; 
married, July 18, 1859, Mary E. Coe, of Lima, N. Y., a graduate 
of the Genesee Wesleyan Seminary. He is a lumber dealer, at 
Corning, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Horace Almeron Field,b. July 11, 1861.* 1643 

IL Estelle Lucretia " b. Mar. 17, 1863; d.Dec. 13, 1877.1644 

III. Rosamond Almeda " b. Jan. 16, 1867.t 1645 

IV. Grace " b. Nov. 26, 1868; d. Aug. 5, 1 869.1646 

V. Edith May " b. Nov. 16, 1873; d.Apr. 28, 1874.1647 

* Graduated from the Corning Free Academy, 1876. At Gen. Wes. Seminary, 
1877. Entered Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., 1880. 
t Being educated at the Corning Free Academy. 



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757. ELIAKIM FIELD, bom July 20, 1845; married , July 
24, 1867, Josephine R. McCormick. No children. 

759. MARIA LOUISE FIELD, born April 5, 1850; married 
James F. Pumpelly, Oct. 12, 1869. Reside at Owego, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

1. Mary Josephine Pumpelly, b. Feb. 27, 1871. 1648 
II. Lawrence " b. July 3, 1881. 1649 

764. HENRY CLARK HASKELL, born in Wendell, Mass., 
Oct. 25, 1837; married, Oct. 4, 1868, Rhoda McClallen, born in 
Deerfield, Sept. 25, 1837. Agent for sale of agricultural imple- 
ments, and breeder of choice animals. No children. P. O., 
Deerfield, Mass. 

765. JOHN GAMBER HASKELL, born in Deerfield, Aug. 

2, 1845; married, Oct. 26, 1867, Ruth I. Ellis, born Jan. 19, 1851. 
Engaged in railroad business on the Southern Pacific Railroad. 
P. 0. of the family, box 129, Hennepin, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry Nye Haskell, b. Mar. 18, 1869. 1650 

II. John Arthur " b. Dec. 25, 1876. 1651 

767. MYRON CfARK GRAVES, born June 13, 1841; mar- 
ried, March 8, 1865, Hattie C. Davis, of Northampton, Mass. 
P. O., Springfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Alice Cutter Graves, b. Aug. 3, 1868. 1652 

IL Flora Wells " b. Feb. 8,1870. 1653 

III. Hattie Louisa " b. Julv 3, 1876. 1654 

IV. Marion Putnam" b. Mar. 29, 1879. 1655 

768. MARIA CATHARINE GRAVES, born June 13, 1841; 
married, 1st, Charles H. Quimby, who died Nov. 1869; married, 
2d, Sept. 1870, Edwin F. Putnam, of New York. No children. 

770. WILLIAM THOMAS CLARK, born in Manlius, N. 
Y., March 10, 1831; married, 1st, June 9, 1855, Mary M. Stim- 
son, who died Jan. 6, 1857; married, 2d, April 6, 1866, Kate 
Fiske, born 1841. P. O., Des Moines, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Stimson, b. Jan. 5, 1857. 1656 

II. Wm. Thomas, 2d, b. Feb. 4, 1868. 1657 

III. Clinton Fiske b. June 7, 1869. 1658 

IV. Robert Lincoln, b. Dec. 7, 1870; d. July 3, 1879. 1659 



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771. ALBERT GALLATIN CLARK, born Jan. 6, 1833; 
married, Feb. 1, 1865, Mrs. Sarah E. Monroe, nee Randall. No 
children. P. 0., Chicago, III. 

772. HELEN LOUISE CLARK, born June 24, 1839; mar- 
ried, Sept. 11, 1862, Charles W. Fleming, who died March 26, 
1872. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. John T. Fleming, b. May 20, 1864; d. Aug. 6, 1865. 1660 

774. CORNELIA SIMS CLARK, born July 20, 1847; mar- 
ried Elias A. Tuttle, Feb. 5, 1879. P. O., Fall River, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Nellie Louise Tuttle, b. Nov. 7, 1880. 1661 

II. Amy Sophia " b. Jan. I, 1882. ' 1662 

775. HENRY H. BATES, born June 22, 1832; married 
Lavinia Moulton, Oct. 14, 1864. No children. He is Exam- 
iner-in-Chief U. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. 



776. CHARLES C. BATES, born April 14, 1834; married, 
April 23, 1857, Anna E. Sweet, born Jan. 7, 1837, died Aug. 6, 
1877. He died Dec. 9, 1869. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

* I. Isabel Bates, b. Mar. 2, 1858.* 1663 

II. Georgiana " b. Apr. 6, 1862. 1664 

780. MARY E. CLARK, born June 28, 1846; married, Aug. 
31, 1870, Isaiah Yanney, born May 7, 1826. Reside at Johns- 
town, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Kate Clark Yanney, b. May 9, 1871. 1665 

II. Irene Morse " b. Aug. 22, 1872. 1666 

III. Henry Philip " b. Nov. 9, 1877. 1667 

IV. Margaret " b. June 10, 1883. 1668 

789. CHARLES ADAMS CLARKE, born in Conway, Mass., 
May 22, 1848; married, Sept. 21, 1869, Lucelia HoUett, born 
March 23, 1847. Profession, dentist. General agent for the 
Burlington School Furniture Co. Resides at Independence . 
Iowa. 

* Married John C. Winslow, lawyer, May 13, 1880, 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Albert Hollett Clarke, b. Aug. 25, 1873. 1669 

II. Elizabeth H. " b. Sep. 25, 1876. 1670 

791. MARY LOUISE ADAMS, born at Liverpool, N. Y., 
Nov. 7, 1843; married, Feb. 1, 1861, Hiram D. Hm^d, born Feb. 
1, 1840, at Elma, N. Y., where their children were also born. 
Mr. Hurd is a lumber dealer. P. O. address, 46 Johnson Place, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Ernest Merrill Hurd, b. Nov. 20, 1862. 1671 

II. Bessie Louise " b. May 18, 1868. 1672 

795. OLIVE CLARK HOWES, born Dec. 26, 1817; married, 
March 3, 1836, Elisha Crowell, born Sept. 3, 1813. Reside at 
Dennis, Mass., from June to November, and at Brooklyn, N. Y., 
the rest of the year. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Calvin S. Crowell, b. Jan. 3, 1838. 1673 



II. Olive A. 

III. Elisha F. 

IV. A son not named 

V. Ella F. 

VI. Elisha F., 2d, 



b. Mar. 31, 1842. 1674 

b. Jan. 22, 1849; d. Mar. 2,1854.1675 
b. Feb. 28, 1851; d. Mar.21, 1851.1676 
b. Jan. 22, 1855. 1677 

b. Sep. 25, 1857. 1678 



796. ABBY HOWES, born Nov. 17, 1819; married Calvin 
Howes, Dec. 17, 1839. She died Jan. 5. 1844, in Dennis, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Calvin C. Howes, b. Jan. 1840, in Dennis. Resides at 

Birney, Montana Territory. 1679 

800. ZOETH HOWES, born Dec. 10, 1827; married, Jan. 
1851, Mrs. Joan H. Hall, nee Crocker, born Feb. 26, 1830, died 
Feb. 26, 1852. He died Oct. 1856, in Dennis, Mass., where he 
was born . 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Joan H. C. Howes, b. Dec. 21, 1851, in Dennis. 1680 

801. HENRY HOWES, born Aug. 17, 1829; married, Jan. 
1856, Lucy P. Burgess, born Sept. 24, 1835. Children born in 



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Dennis, Mass., where he died March 12, 1871, and where his 
widow still lives. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Zoeth B. Howes, b. Aug. 11, 1861. 1681 

IT. Mary A. " b. July 23, 1862. 1682 

III. Charles F. " b. Mar. 1, 1864; d. Feb. 18, 1856. 1683 

IV. Lewis J. " b. Oct. 26, 1868. 1684 

V. Olive C. " b. Nov. 11, 1870. 1685 

802. GEORGE O. SEARS, born Jan. 31, 1835; married, 
Jan. 10, 1859, Sarah G. Richards, born Nov. 14, 1836. Merchant, 
of the firm of Manning & Sears, No. 7 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 
Children born in Boston. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. George Gray Sears, b. Oct. 22, 1860. 1686 

II. Mary Cornelia " b. Dec. 15, 1862. 1687 

III. Wm. Richards " b. Oct. 8, 1869. 1688 

806. MILTON P. HEDGE. (See Family No. 461.) 

807. LUCY L. HEDGE, born Jan. 11, 1828; married, March 
14, 1850, Sylvanus Sears, born Oct. 24, 1824. Occupation, 
farming. P. 0., Worcester, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Ella B. Sears, b. Jan. 31, 1851, in E. Dennis. 1689 

II. Milton H. " b. June 1, 1854, in Worcester. 1690 

III. AbbyL. " b. Apr. 11, 1859, in " 1691 

809. SUSAN G. HEDGE, born Feb. 18, 1833; married, Nov. 
29, 1855, Isaiah B. Hall, born Oct. 12, 1828. P. O., Dennis, 
Mass. Children born in Dennis. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



I. Chloe C. Hall, b. Apr. 22, 1858. 1692 

II. Susan E. " b. Sep. 29, 1861. 1693 

III. Emma G. " b. July 27, 1868, 1694 

810. ABBY S. HEDGE, born Jan. 23, 1836; married. May 
1, 1855, Joseph Howes, farmer, born April 3, 1833, died April 
15, 1878, in Dennis, Mass., where his widow resides and their 
children were born. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Nathan A. Howes, b. Apr. 26, 1857. 1695 

II. John S. " b. Mar. 19, 1859; d. Feb. 18, 1868. 1696 

III. LydiaA. " b. Sep. 23, 1861. 1697 

IV. Lizzie L. " b. Feb. 9, 1865. 1698 

V. Lucie J. " b. Sept. 2,1872. 1699 

VI. Hettie H. ^' b. Nov. 2, 1874. 1700 

812. CAPT. DANIEL HEDGE, born Nov. 5, 1839; married, 
Sept. 8, 1864, Abby M. Crowell, born Sept. 10, 1838. Com- 
mander of steamer Gate City, running from Boston to Savannah. 
Resides at E. Dennis, Mass. Children born at E. Dennis. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Anna C. Hedge, b. Nov. 1, 1868; d. Feb. 13, 1878. 1701 

II. Howard C. " b. Dec. 22, 1879. 1702 

814. ACHSAH H. HALL, born Sept. 17, 1821; married, 
April 25, 1844, Franklin Nye, farmer, of Sandwich, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Clarissa Sears Nye, b. Aug. 30, 1845. 1703 

II. Rebecca " b. July 1, 1848; d. Sept. 3, 1861. 1704 

817. CLARISSA SEARS HALL, born July 30, 1830; mar- 
ried, Jan. 20, 1853, Capt. Josiah Nickerson, born Sept. 8, 1825. 
Ship and Insurance Broker, 203 Commercial Street, Portland, 
Me. Children born in Dennis, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Peter Hall Nickerson, b. Oct. 28, 1854; d. Aug. 5, 1856.1705 

II. Peter Sears " b. Sep. 15, 1856; m. Ella F.Nash. 1706 

III. Geo. Arthur " b. Feb. 18, 1862; d. July 14, 1870.1707 

818. HANNAH C. WINSLOW, born Nov. 25, 1816; married, 
June 17, 1841, Sewell F. Snow, born Jan. 1, 1820. Residence 
Harwich, Mass. Children born in Harwich. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Ellen F. Snow, b. Mar. 13, 1842. 1708 

II. Charles E. " b. Mar. 16, 1845; d. Oct. 18, 1865. 1709 

III. Anna Eliza " b. Feb. 24, 1848. 1710 

IV. Georgie A. B. " b. Apr. 30, 1858.* 1711 

* Max-ined Jan. 16, 1881, Samuel Ellis, of Harwich. 



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820. OLIVE WINSLOW, born Sept. 19, 1820; married, 1st, 
Jan. 19, 1841, Stiliman Rogers, born Nov. 7, 1819, died Sept. 
1851; married, 2d, James H. Howes. Address, 82 Boston St., 
Salem, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Josiah Winslow Rogers, b. Nov. 29, 1842. 1712 

II. Abbott Stillman '' b. Jan. 19, 1851. 1713 

III. Jas. Henry Howes b. July 6,1856. 1714 

IV. Winslow Aug. " b. June 8, 1859; d. July 1859.1715 

822. FREEMAN WINSl.OW, 2d, born June 1, 1824; mar- 
ried, April 19, 1849, Lucy Helena Rogers, born July 23, 1827. 
Shoe manufacturer. Resides at Beverly, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Sidney W. Winslow, b. Sept. 20, 1854, at Brewster. 1716 

II. Herbert F. " b. Dec. 12, 1863, at Marblehead. 1717 

823. JERUSHA WINSLOW, born 1826: married Samuel 
Mayo, of Chatham, Mass. Contractor and builder. P. O. ad- 
dress, Brockton, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Fillmore Mayo, b. Sept. 2, 1853. 1718 

II. Maria Jerusha " b. Jan. 15, 1857. 1719 

824. MARY ELIZABETH WINSLOW, born Sept. 2, 1830; 
married, June 16, 1851, Thomas L. Eldridge, of Orleans. Child- 
ren born at South Orleans. She died April 7, 1881. P. 0. ad- 
dress, South Orleans, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



I. Ida Olivia Eldridge,b. May 29, 1853 

II. Mary Evalina " b. Feb. 11, 1856 

III. Mary Elizabeth " b. Apr. 11, 1859 

IV. Louis Winslow " b. Jan. 28, 1861 

V. Thos. Franklin " b. July 28, 1865 

VI. Fanny EvaHna " b. Feb. 1,1868 



m.Chas.W.Mayo.l720 
d. Mav 8, 1858. 1721 
d. Jmie 8, 1876. 1722 

1723 
1724 
1725 



829. BARTLETT BRAY WINSLOW, born Sept. 12, 1829; 
married, 1st, Jan. 5, 1860, Clarissa B. Fessenden, born Sept. 16, 
1836, died July 13, 1875; married, 2d, Aug. 30, 1877, Lydia 
Harwood, born July 16, 1849. Residence in Brewster, Mass. 
Children born in Brewster. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Geo. Bartlett Winslow, b. Oct. 11, 1860. 1726 

II. Frances Bray " b. Jan. 6,1863. 1727 

III. Harry Gorham " b. Oct. 30, 1865; d.July 1,1868.1728 

IV. Ernest F. " b. Apr. 25, 1871 ; d.Sep. 17, 1871.1729 

V. LucyHarwood " b. June 28, 1879. 1730 

833. CAPT. WILLIAM FREEMAN, born Jan. 27, 1820; 
married, Sept. 28, 1845, Phoebe H. Hurd, born March 5, 1821, in 
Orleans, Mass. Master mariner. P. O., Brewster, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Willard K. Freeman, b. June 30, 1846, in Orleans. 1731 

II. Clara D. " b. Jan. 2, 1862, in Brewster. 1732 

834. CAPT. CHARLES FREEMAN, born June 15, 1822; 
married, March 25, 1849, Mehitable C. Ryder, of Brewster. Was 
master of a whale ship for many years, but has retired, and is 
now one of the town officers of Brewster, Mass. No children. 

835. CAROLINE FREEMAN, born April 13, 1824; married, 
1st, July 13, 1851, John B. Freeman, of Maine; married, 2d, 
Nov. 23, 1878, Enoch C. Jones, who died in Brewster, where she 
still lives. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Alvin L. Freeman, b. July 4, 1854; d. in infancy. 1733 

II. William W. " b. Apr. 23, 1856; lost at sea, 1870. 1734 

836. CAPT. GEORGE FREEMAN, born April 20, 1826; 
married, March 14, 1852, Mary Hurd, of Orleans, born July 25, 
1825. Master Mariner. Resides in Brewster, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Charles H. Freeman, b. June 29, 1853, in Boston. 1735 

II. Florence " b. June 28, 1855, in Orleans. 1736 

837. ABIGAIL CLARK FREEMAN, born April 23, 1828; 
married, Dec. 1865, James Bremner, born Dec. 26, 1832, at 
Rhiney, Scotland, who served in the late war in Co. G., 35th 
Regt. Iowa Vol. Inf., also in the Vet. Reserve Corps. Occupa- 
tion, farming. P. O., Lynden, Washington Territory. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. John Wm. Bremner,b. Apr. 10, 1867, atSpringdale,Ia.l737 

II. Geo. Archibald " b. Feb. 4, 1869, at Prairie T., la. 173.8 

III. Caroline W. " b. Apr. 10, 1871, at '' " " 1739 



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840. GEO. THOMAS D ALTON, bom about J 828, in Bos- 
ton. Moved to New York city. Married, and had children as 
follows : 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Grace Dalton b. Mar. 29, I860.* 1740 

IL Mary " b. Sep. 13, 1862. 1741 

•^841. CORDELIA FREEMAN, born Feb. 27, 1826; married, 
April 20, ]854, Samuel Dunbar Keith, of North Bridgewater, 
Mass. She died Oct. 7, 1873. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Isabel Keith, b. Jan. 26, 1855; unmarried. 1742 

II. Austin " b. Dec. 27, 1857; unmarried. 1743 

842. OLIVE CLARK FREEMAN, born June 4, 1827; mar- 
ried, 1st, Aug. 21, 1854, Willard S. Higgins, born Dec. 12, 1826, 
died Jan. 9, 1866; married, 2d, Dec. 2, 1869, Elisha D. Winslow 
(No. 439), born April 25, 1807, died Sept. 13, 1882, in Brewster, 
Mass., where she still resides. No children. 

847. CAPT. ELIJAH EDWARD KNOWLES, born Sept. 
5, 1829; married, April 5, 1857, Mary F. Winslow, born Feb. 13, 
1832. Reside in Brewster, Mass. No children. 

848. SOLOMON FREEMAN KNOWLES, born Oct. 12, 
1831; married, April 23, 1857, Mary J. Bowles, born in March, 
Cambridgeshire, Eng., Dec. 28, 1839. Occupation, carpenter. 
Children born in Chicago. Address, 363 Harrison St., Chicago, 
Illinois. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry Knowles, b. Jan. 1, 1859. 1744 

IL Clara Weir " b. July 29, 1861. 1745 

III. Mary Frances " b. Apr. 19, 1863. 1746 

IV. Addie May " b. July 28, 1869. 1747 

V. Emmaretta " b. May 3, 1873. 1748 

849. HENRY KNOWLES, born July 20, 1834; married, 
March 7, 1861, Lizzie D. Collins, born Jan. 30, 1842. Whole- 
sale dealer in butter and cheese, of the firm Henr}^ Knowles & 
Co., Rockford, 111. Children born at Rockford, except the two 
older. 

* Grace Dalton married Dec. 29, 1877, Antonia E. Terry, son of Thomas Terry, 
of Cuba. They reside at No. 4'M Fifth Ave., New York. Her sister Mary married 
Hug-h C. Wilson, of Surrey, Eng-land. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Grace Pacific Knowles,b. Feb. 9, 1863, on Pacific Ocean.1749 

II. Herbert Ernest " b. June25, 1868, at W. Dennis. 1750 

III. John Collins " b.Junel2, 1870;d. Mar. 1871. 1751 

IV. Abbie Frances " b.Feb. 12, 1874, at Rockford, 111. 1752 

V. Eflie Mav " b.Apr. 30, 1878; d. Aug. 1878. 1753 

VI. Royal Edgar " b.July 25, 1879, at Rockford, 111. 1754 

VII. Edwin Winslow " b.Aug.28, 1880,at " " 1755 

853. CORNELIA DOANE, born Aug. 2, 1832; married, Oct. 
16, 1851, Capt. John W. Lincoln, born in Brewster, Mass., Feb. 
15, 1827. He died on his passage from San Francisco to Boston 
about the year 1853. She died Jan. 17, 1871, at Brewster, where 
her daughter was born. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Cornelia A. Lincoln,b. July 8, 1852; m. Chas. H. Freeman. 1756 

855. HENRY VARNUM FREEMAN, born Dec. 20, 1842; 
married, Oct. 16, 1873, Mary L. Curtis, of Rockford, 111. He 
served in the 74th Regt. 111. Inf., in the late war, and graduated 
at Yale College in the class of 1869, and is now a lawyer in 
Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mabel Dora Freeman, b. Nov. 21, 1874. 1757 

II. Mary Ethel " b. Nov. 11, 1876. 1758 

III. Helen Curtis " b. Oct. 8, 1882. 1759 

860. SAMUEL HALL CLARK, born July 22, 1827; mar- 
ried, Dec. 13, 1850, Catharine Yock. Dealer in staple and fancy 
groceries, at Elwood, Iowa. He has held important offices in 
the town and is now Postmaster at Elwood. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Jane B., b. Oct. 28, 1851; d. July 3, 1883. 1760 

II. Alvan Barnabas, b. Mar. 17, 1854; d. Sept. 1854. 1761 

861. MARY JANE CLARK, born March 23, 1830; married 
Perry Dunkin, farmer, Nov. 12, 1854. Children boiii at Elwood, 
Iowa. P. O., Wall Lake, Sac County, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Frederic A. Dunkin, b. June 19, 1856. ' 1762 

II. Frank L. " b. Sept. 17, 1859. 1763 

III. Sarah S. '^ b. May 18, 1862. 1764 

IV. Wm. Wallace " b. May 16, 1866. 1765 

V. George S, '' b. June 19, 1871. 1766 



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862. SABRA CLAPP CLARK, born June 17, 1836; married, 
Nov. 18, 1855, Geo. H. Wade, farmer, born May 1, 1833. P. O., 
Elwood, Iowa. Children born at Elwood. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

L Eleanor Mary Wade, b. Sept. 11, 1856. 1767 

II. Charles L. " b. Nov. 3, 1860. 1768 

III. Alcie May " b. Msly. 5, 1868. 1769 

863. FREDERIC HANKS CLARK, born Nov. 1, 1839; 
married, 1st, Mary Margaret Newkirk, July 10, 1859; she died 
Dec. 23, 1873; married, 2d, Lettie Thornton, Jan. 12, 1875. 
Occupation, farming. P. O., Elwood, Iowa. Children born at 
Elwood. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Alice, b. Sept. 22, 1861; d. young. 1770 

II. Geo. Barnabas, b. Sept. 23, 1866; d. Nov. 20, 1880. 1771 

III. Abigail, b. Sept. 26, 1878. 1772 

864. LAWRINDA R. CLARK, born March 13, 1842; mar- 
ried, July 15, 1857, Phineas Kenyon, who died Sept. 22, 1863; 
married, 2d, William Stanzel, farmer, Aug. 1864. P. 0., Wall 
Lake, Sac County, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



I. 


Charles E. Kenyon 


, b. Jan. 18, 1859. 


1773 


II. 


Alvan B. 


b. Mar. 10, 1861. 


1774 


III. 


George Stanzel, 


b. Aug. 31, 1865. 


1775 


IV. 


Silas Bismarck " 


b. Nov. 26, 1867. 


1776 


V. 


Eva S. 


b. Jan. 5, 1870. 


1777 


VI. 


William A. 


b. Nov 28, 1872. 


1778 


VII. 


Mary H. 


b. Sept. 2, 1875. 


1779 


VIII. Herm. Rudolph " 


b. Aug. 8, 1878. 


1780 


IX. 


Harriet Sabra " 


b. Jan. 1, 1882. 


1781 



865. GEORGE BASSETT CLARK, born in Lowell, Mass., 
Feb. 14, 1827; married, Jan. 15, 1857, Jennie M. Mosely, born 
July 2, 1830. In his boyhood the Grammar School, the High 
School, and Mr. Whitman's Private School in Cambridge, af- 
forded him good educational advantages, and in 1844 he entered 
Phillips Academy, at Andover. At the close of his academic 
course he studied civil engineering with Mr. Haywood, of Bos- 
ton, and worked with him in the survey of the Boston and 
Maine Railroad; also the Ogdensburg and Lake Champlain 
Railroad. In 1848, went to California, returned the next year, 
ftnd^ at East Cambridge, commQUC^A the busineae of making 



'^^*^'i- 






I. 



albertdty: 



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lenses and astronomical instruments, now carried on at Cam- 
bridgeport under the firm name of Alvati Clark & Sons. As a 
member of the firm he has had the chief direction in mounting 
their large telescopes. P. O. address, Cambridgeport, Mass. 
No children. 

866. MARIA LOUISA CLARK, born Oct. 27, 1829; mar- 
ried, Aug. 5, 1852, John N. Stimson, born March 13, 1828. She 
died March 29, 1877, at Cambridgeport, Mass. No children. 

867. ALVAN GRAHAM CLARK, born at Fall River, Mass., 
July 10, 1832; married, Jan. 2, 1865, Mary Mitchell Willard, 
born Aug. 3, 1846. He was educated in the Public Schools at 
Cambridgeport, Mass. Learned the trade of a machinist, worked 
with his brother at lens making in East Cambridge, and became 
a member of the firm of Alvan Clark & Sons, telescope makers, 
in 1852. He has been very proficient and successful in making 
large lenses, and, at the close of 1882, completed a 30-inch object 
glass for the government of Russia. 

As a result of his astronomical observations, he has discovered 
fourteen intricate double stars*, and among them the companion 
of Sirius, for which discovery the La Lande gold medal for 
1862 was awarded him by the French Imperial Academy of 
Sciences. He visited Europe in 1870, 1871 and 1880. Has 
been engaged in making observations on eclipses of the sun as 
follows: In 1869, v/ith Prof. Winlock of Harvard University, at 
Shelby ville, Ky.; with Winlock, 1870, at Jerez, Spain, and with 
Prof. Harkness, in July 1878, in Wyoming Territory. P. 0., 
Cambridgeport, Mass. Children born in Cambridgeport. 



CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Caroline Amelia, b. Nov. 17, 1865. 

II. Alvan Clark, b. June 20, 1870.. 

III. Elizabeth Willard,b. Nov. 10, 1872. 

IV. Mary Theodora, b. Feb. 3, 1874. 



1782 
1783 

1784 
1785 



871. HENRY CLARK, born April 4, 1833; married, Feb. 
10, 1858, Helen E. Ruddock, born Sept. 25, 1838. Occupation, 
farming. Resides at Lanesborough, Mass. 



* 


Double stars discovered by Mr. Alvan G. Clark: 






NO. 


STAR. 


NO. 

6 

i 

8 

9 

10 


STAR. 


NO. 

11 
13 
13 
14 


STAR. 


1 

3 
3 
4 
5 


Sirius. 

W. VII, 1131. 

P Hydraj. 

L 23371. 

46 Virginis. 


Arg.(30)3534. 
t Coronte. 
103 Herculis. 
7 Lyrfe. 
P XIX, 357. 


^ Sagittae. 
a2 Caprieorni. 
r Cygni. 
78 Pegasi . 



'AmmQm Jpufb^I of Sgjejjce m^ Arts, VoJ, XVJJ, April W79i 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Samuel Franklin, b. Dec. 10, 1858. 1786 

TI. Minnie Augusta, b. Jan. 31, 1863. 1787 

III. John Bement, b. Dec. 30, 1867. 1788 

IV. Alvan Henry, b. Feb. 5, 1871. 1789 

V. Albert Phillips, b. Dec. 10, 1875. 1790 



873. MARY FRANCES CLARK, born Aug. 24, 1847; mar- 
ried John K. Hempsted, Dec. 26, 1871. She died Oct. 29, 1878, 
at Detroit, Mich. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. MurrayClarkHempsted,b. Apr. 7, 1874; d. Dec.20,1876. 1791 

II. Edith Almira '' b. Jan. 31, 1877. 1792 

III. A son (not named)" b. Aug.l9, 1878; d.Aug.28,1878.1793 

876. ALVAN OTHNIEL JOHNSON, born March 17, 1843; 
married, June 3, 1866, Harriet Sophia Strong, born April 7, 
1844. Teacher and farmer. He served in the late war, in Co. 
A. 24th Regt. Wis. Vol. Inf. Was in the battles of Perry ville, 
Stone River, Franklin, Nashville, and others. In 1868, he 
settled on a farm in Hart, Mich., where he died, March 9, 1874. 
His remains were interred at North Greenfield, Wis., and a 
soldier's head-stone marks his grave. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Alvan Elmer Johnson, b. June 25, 1867, Greenfield, Wis. 1794 
IL Abner Strong " b. Jan. 30, 1869, Hart, Mich. 1795 
III. Arthur Norman " b. Jan. 7, 1872, " " 1796 



877. WILLIAM WALLACE JOHNSON, 2d, born Sept. 28, 
1844; married, Feb. 3, 1870, Theodosia Agnes Clark, born March 
14, 1850. He was educated at Spencer's Commercial College, 
Milwaukee, Wis.; teaching in 1861-'62-'63; clerk in United 
States Assessor's Office, Milwaukee, 1864; enlisted 1865, and was 
detailed to service in Milwaukee, as clerk in the office of Gen. 
Curtis, commandant of the department of the Northwest; book- 
keeper for the Grand River Nurseries, Lowell, Mich., and Notary 
Public, Kent County, 1868-'69; settled in Antrim County, Mich. 
1873, where he has held the office of Town Clerk, Justice of the 
Peace, and Member of the County Board of Supervisors, and in 
1883, published a work on Forestry, entitled, "Forest Leaves." 
Nurseryman, deals extensively in forest tree seeds and forest 
seedlings, and holds the office of Postmaster at Snowflake, 
Michigan. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Lilian Mav Johnson, b. July 29, 1871, inCascade,Mich. 1797 

II. Wm. Wallace " b. Oct. 31, 1873, at Snowflake. 1798 

III. Rollo " b. Aug. 28, 1875, " " 1799 

IV. Lorena " b. May 20, 1878, " " 1800 

V. Clark " b. June 13, 1883, " " 1801 

^ 878. ABNER MORSE JOHNSON, born Jan. 30, 1846; mar- 
ried, Dec. 30, 1869, Cordelia Rebecca Tenny, of Durham Hill, 
Wis., born July 26, 1848. A blacksmith by trade, but his present 
occupation is farming and stock raising. P. O., Oakland, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Arthur D. Johnson, b. Aug. 2, 1871, N. Greenfield,Wis. 1802 

II. Frank Tenny " b. June 26, 1874, at Oakland, Iowa. 1803 

III. Cordeha Ehz. " b. Mar. 12, 1882, " " " 1804 

879. WESLEY JOHNSON, born Nov. 9, 1847; married, 
Nov. 21, 1872, Sarah Priscilla Smith, born Sept. 27, 1845. 
Teacher and farmer. Was educated at the State Normal School, 
Whitewater, Wis. Engaged in teaching several years; in the 
grocery business, Milwaukee, four years, but is now settled on 
a farm, in Lowell, Kent County, Mich. P. 0., Alto, Mich. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. A son (not named), b. Aug. 30, 1873; d. Oct. 5, 1873,1805 

II. Alvan Clark Johnson, b. Aug. 17,1875; d. Jan. 11, 1879.1806 

III. Lucy May " b. June 9, 1880. 1807 

880. EDWARD PAYSON JOHNSON, born Sept. 11, 1849; 
married, March 11, 1874, Mary Caroline Needham, born April 
8, 1854. He learned the carpenter's trade; was at the Normal 
School, Whitewater, Wis., 1870. Teaching, 1871-72, and is now 
one of the regular letter carriers in Milwaukee. Keeps a general 
news depot, also deals in choice confectionery, fancy stationery, 
albums, and school books, at 229 Grove St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Arville Needham Johnson, b. Feb. 12, 1880. 1808 

882. MARY CAROLINE CLARK, born Feb. 11, 1845; mar- 
ried, Oct. 9, 1879, Franklin Johnson, born Dec. 9, 1849. She is 
a graduate of the Normal School, at Westfield, Mass., and has 
spent several years of her life in teaching, with success and 
popularity. They reside at Baraboo, Wis. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Leila Thetis Johnson, b. Oct. 20, 1883. 1809 

884. CLARA ALETHA CLARK, bom May 25, 1849; mar- 
ried, Oct. 19, 1871, Harrison Lee, born Aug. 15, 1834. She died 
Nov. 12, 1881, at Owl Prairie, Ind. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Sylvia Lee, b. July 23, 1872. 1810 

II. Mollie " b. Apr. 6, 1874. 1811 

III. Edward A. '' b. Mar. 24, 1876; d. Aug. 13, 1876. 1812 

IV. Clement " b. Apr. 29, 1878. 1813 

V. Nellie '' b. 1880; d. young. 1814 
VL Wm. Clark " b. Nov. 4, 1881; d. young. 1815 

886. WILLIAM CLARK RODGER, born Oct. 30, 1832; 
married, 1st, May 24, 1854, C. Amelia Buckhout, born March 
23, 1834, died Oct. 21, 1857; married, 2d, Sept. 2, 1862, C. Julia 
Knowdton, born Dec. 17, 1835. Dealer in grain, lumber and 
coal, of the firm of James Rodger & Son, of Jordan, N. Y. 
Children born at Jordan. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



I. Ella Rodger, b. Aug. 19, 1855. 1816 

b. Aug. 19, 1855; d. Dec. 19, 1855. 1817 

b. July 11, 1857. 1818 

b. Oct. 27, 1864. 1819 

b. June 7, 1871; d. Dec. 29, 1876. 1820 

b. Nov. 16, 1873. 1821 

b. Aug. 14, 1878. 1822 



II. Nellie 

III. Emma A. 

IV. Wm. K. 

V. Jas. Clark 

VI. Chas. Hollis 

VII. Winfred C. 



887. JANE ELIZABETH RODGER, born April 9, 1835; 
married. May 24, 1854, Alexander Van Vleck, born Jan. 13, 
1831. P. O. address. Hart Lot, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Carrie A. Van Vleck, b. Feb. 19, 1855. 1823 

888. OLIVE M. RODGER, born Oct. 5, 1837; married, 
Feb. 10, 1858, Montgomery Pelton, born March 21, 1830. She 
died, without issue, Jan. 13, 1866. 

893. JULIA HOWE, born April 30, 1855; married, Jan. 12, 
1871, Joseph Styles, born May 17, 1834. Reside at Hailesbo- 
rough, N. Y. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



) 



I. Julia Styles, b. June 2, 1873. 1824 

II. Cora " b. Aug. 9, 1875. 1825 

III. Henriette '' b. Oct. 21, 1877. 1826 

IV. Edwin " b. May 22, 1880. 1827 

894. IRA CLARK, bom Oct. 9, 1833; married, June 30, 
1859, Louisa C. Van Antwerp, born Dec. 25, 1840. He died 
June 4, 1865. Children born in Troy, N. Y., where his widow 
resides, at 201 Ninth St. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

L Louisa N., b. July 12, 1860; d. Sept 18, 1881. 1828 

II. Sarah Irene, b. Sep. 16, 1862. 1829 

895. HASKELL CLARK, born June 28, 1840; married, 
April 28, 1863, Mary Elvira Hamblen, born Nov. 26, 1844. He 
died, without issue, Sept. 16, 1875, at Westminster, Vt., where 
his widow still lives. 

896. GEORGE A. HALL, born Jan. 19, 1829; married, 
June 12, 1851, Helen F. Dayton, born Sept. 10, 1833. Engaged 
in the forwarding and express business at Newark, N. J. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary A. Hall, born May 20, 1852, at Whitehall, N. Y. 1830 

897. CAROLINE M. HALL, born June 19, 1830; married, 
Oct. 23. 1855, Eli H. Gardiner, born at Catskill, N. Y., Feb. 16, 
1829, died, Oct. 31, 1874, at Whitehall, N. Y., where his child- 
ren were born, and where his widow resides. 

CHILDREN NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah H. Gardiner, b. Aug. 16, 1859. 1831 

ir. Frederic H. " b. Apr. 26, 1863. 1832 

III. Anna H. " b. Nov. 25, 1866. 1833 

898. HENRY C. HALL, born Jan. 1, 1832; married, Jan. 1, 
1857, Celia M. Sherman, born Jan. 11, 1833. Resides at Newark, 
N. J. Business, forwarding and express. No children. 

899. EDWIN W. HALL, born May 7, 1833; married, Feb. 
26, 1857, S. Elizabeth Hammond, born May 16, 1837, at Crown 
Point. Manufacturer of mineral paint, Whitehall, N. Y. 



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CHILDKEN, NINTH GENERATION. 

1. Robert A. Hall, b. Sept. 19, 1858, at Whitehall. 1834 

900. FRANCES DELIA HALL, born May 26, 1835; mar- 
ried. May 26, 1859, Albert Moore Hoyt, born July 29, 1824. 
Present residence, Castleton, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Wood Hoyt, b. Jan. 3, 1861, at Whitehall,N.Y. 1835 

II. Ida Clark " b. Apr. 28, 1865, at Castleton, Vt. 1836 

III. Geo. Hall " b. June 20, 1868, at " " 1887 

IV. Edw. Albert " b. Sep. 20, 1871, at " " 1838 

V. John Henry " b. Apr. 4, 1874, at Whitehall. 1839 

903. JOHN W. HALL, born July 2, 1841; married, Sept. 
28, 1874, Josephine B. Landon, born Oct. 8, 1845. Telegrapher, 
at Albany, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Frederic B. Hall, b. Nov. 6, 1875, at Whitehall, N. Y. 1840 

905. ELIZABETH SMITH HALL, born Aug. 27, 1846; 
married, June 21, 1871, Wm. C. Kittredge, born Aug. 16, 1847, 
at Fairhaven, Vt. Book-keeper of H. G. Lapham & Co., Tunk- 
hannock, Pa. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Wm. Atherton Kittredge,b.Mav 31, 1872, at Fairhaven. 1841 

II. Elizabeth Hall " b.Mar. 5, 1874, at " 1842 
III.Edith Pomeroy " b.May 7, 1876; d.Apr.24,1879.1843 

IV. George Hall, " b.June22, 1879, Tunkhannock.1844 

V. Harry Chandler " b.Feb. 13, 1881, " 1845 

906. HARRIETTE E. CLARK, born Dec. 1, 1831; married, 
March 25, 1856, Edward L. Hadley, farmer, born April 26, 1827, 
at Dummerston, Vt. No children. 

907. BARNABAS A. CLARK, born June 28,1835; married, 
Nov. 17, 1859, Helen C. Bullock, born March 8, 1836. Occupa- 
tion, hardware merchant. P. O. address, Brattleborough, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. William Bullock, b. Dec. 15, I860.* 1846 

* student in Amherst Colleg-e 



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908. FRANKLIN W. CLARK, bom Aug. 12, 1837; mar- 
ried, Sept. 28, 1857, Sylvia A. Putnam, bom June 29, 1837. 
Resides at Brattleborough, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Putnam, b. Mar. 14, 1859; d. Dec. 8, 1876. 1847 

II. Geo. Franklin, b. Aug. 19, 1861; d. Sep. 20, 1861. 1848 

III. Annie Frances, b. Apr. 25, 1864; d. Aug. 27, 1864. 1849 

IV. John Mark, b. Aug. 16, 1866; d. July 27, 1872. 1850 

V. Frank William, b. Sep. 17, 1873. 1851 

VI. Edith Gertrude, b. Dec. 22, 1874. 1852 

VII. Phebe Lucinda, b. June 18, 1879. 1853 

909. GEORGE MARK CLARK, born June 10, 1841; mar- 
ried, June 18, 1873, Mary Elizabeth Keep, born Jan. 22, 1849. 
Live in Chicago, 111. Children born in Chicago. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Alice Keep, b. Apr. 11, 1874. . 1854 

IL Robert Keep, b. July 1, 1879. 1855 

in. Geo. Houghton, b. Aug. 7, 1880; d. April 21, 1881. 1856 

910. SARAH ISABELLA CLARK, born Oct. 7, 1844; mar- 
ried, Oct. 13,- 1872, Morris P. Carroll, born Sept. 11, 1842, in 
Baltimore, Md. Business, paper trade. Reside in Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Faith Carroll, b. Sept. 12, 1878, in Chicago. 1857 

911. ALFRED CLARK HARLOW, born July 9, 1832; mar- 
ried, Jan. 1868, Mrs. Sally A. Gardiner, bom Feb. 19, 1838. No 
children. Reside near Painesville, O. 

913. CHARLES WARNER HARLOW, born Jan. 31, 1836; 
married, Feb. 8, 1864, Maria B. Lee, born Jan. 11, 1835. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Frederic Sherman Harlow, b. Nov. 7, 1864. 1858 

II. Frank Lee " b. Dec. 1, 1865. 1859 

914. HON. GEORGE RILEY HARLOW, born Dec. 14, 
1837; married. May 16, 1867, Almira S. Braley, born Nov. 14, 
1839. He served in the late war, as Corporal in the 39th Regt. 
Mass. Vol, Inf, Was in the battle of the WildemesSj of Peters* 



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burg, and of the Weldon Railroad, and lost his right arm in the 
service. Postmaster at Westminster West, Vt., 1877 to 1882; 
and member of the Vermont Legislature, 1882-83. No child- 
ren. P. 0. address, Westminster West, Vt. 

915. JULIA ELIZABETH HARLOW, born April 3, 1840; 
married, May 1, 1867, Edward R. Taplin, born Feb. 25, 1843, 
died May 8, 1872. She died March 6, 1869. No children. 

916. LEVI KIRKE HARLOW, born Aug. 24, 1842; mar- 
ried, April 9, 1874, Hattie D. Thompson, born Nov. 6, 1841. 
P. O., Boulder, Colo. No children. 

917. HENRY GORHAM HARLOW, born Oct. 24, 1844; 
married, May 26, 1874, Mary E. Sargent, born July 12, 1847. 
P. 0., Westminster West, Vt. Children born in Westminster. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Grace Ellen Harlow, b. Aug. 21, 1876. 1860 

II. Mary Emma " b. May 21, 1880. 1861 

918. RHODA ANN HARLOW, born July 31, 1846; mar- 
ried Gorham C. Braley, born July 7, 1845. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Willis Allen Braley, b. June 17, 1868. 1862 

II. Julia Anette " b. Oct. 16, 1869. 1863 

III. Etta Louisa " b. Jan. 18, 1874. 1864 

IV. Alice Almira " b. Sep. 17, 1877. 1865 

V. Leon Gorham " b. Nov. 11, 1879. 1866 



919. WALTER GIDEON WARNER, born Feb. 3, 1836; 
married, Aug. 17, 1862, Mary E. O'Reilley. Bank teller at 
Whitehall, N. Y., where his children were born and where he 
died May 1, 1872. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. John Frederic Warner, b. Jan. 18, 1864. 1867 

II. Walter Atherton " b. Mar. 1, 1865. 1868 

III. Minerva Clark " b. Nov. 16, 1866. 1869 

920. HILAND CLARK HITCHCOCK, born Sept. 2, 1840; 
married, Oct. 5, 1869, Mrs. Mary A. Fletcher, nee Rogers, born 
July 25, 1839. No children. P. O., Nashua, N. H. 



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921. ALFRED OWEN HITCHCOCK, born May 16, 1842; 
married, June 14, 1871, Georgiana L. Bemis, born April 9, 1847. 
Address, Fitchburg, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Alfred Owen Hitchcock, b. July 24, 1874. 1870 

IL Edward " b. July 31, 1878. 1871 

922. JULIA FIDELIA HITCHCOCK, born Sept. 29, 1846; 
married, April 30, 1877, Jerome M. Snook, born Nov. 29, 1845. 
Reside at Kalamazoo, Mich. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Helen Snook, b. June 4, 1879. 1872 

IL Harry " b. May 12, 1881. 1873 

923. GEORGE CLARK, 2d, born Nov. 30, 1845; married, 
Sept. 25, 1871, Susan S. Blake, born Nov. 30, 1845. Grocer, at 
Arlington, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Merton R., b. June 4, 1879. 1874 

926. CHARLES B. SMITH, born Jan. 26, 1845; married, 
March 1, 1870, Abbie R. Perham, born June 13, 1849. Address, 
Saxton's River, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Abbie H. Smith, b. Nov. 29, 1871. 1875 

IL Charles B. " b. Dec. 13, 1874. 1876 

927. FRANCES D. PERRY, born Feb. 10, 1832; married, 
Feb. 28, 1854, Dr. L. E. Simons, born May 1824, died Aug. 25, 
1865. Resides at Brattleboro, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Emma P. Simons, b. June 1, 1860. 1877 

928. SIDNEY F. PERRY, born Aug. 4, 1841; married, Oct. 
25, 1865, Hattie Aldrich. Reside at Saxton's River, Vt. No 
children. 

930. MARIA S. FROST, born Sept. 10, 1839; married, June 
1, 1866, Frank Butterfield, born May 11, 1842. He is in the 
Census Department at Washington. Family reside at Saxton's 
River, Vt. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 



5 



I. Benjamin Butterfield, b. Apr. 25, 1867. 1878 

II. Esther B. " b. Aug. 4, 1871. . 1879 

931. CHARLES S. FROST, born May 20, 1844; married, 
Nov. 22, 1872, Corona Walker, born Feb. 29, 1852. Shoe dealer. 
Address, Saxton's River, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

■I. Cornelia W. Frost, b. Nov. 15, 1874. 1880 

II. Phebe A. " b. June 1, 1878. 1881 

932. HENRY S. FROST, born Sept. 16, 1846; married, 
June 1, 1868, Flora E. Campbell, born May 1, 1848. Keeps a 
livery stable at Saxton's River, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Julia A. Frost, b. May 27, 1871. 1882 

II. Henry C. '^ b. Apr. 30, 1873; d. Nov. 28, 1873. 1883 

III. Alice Campbell " b. Nov. 19, 1880. 1884 

933. ATHERTON CLARK, 3d, born near Dover, 111., Sept. 
22, 1839; married, Dec 13, 1865, Jerusha B. Whitmarsh, born 
July 3, 1840. He enlisted, in 1861, as a private in Co. K., 9th 
111. Cav. Was promoted successively to Lieutenant, Captain 
and Major. Was mustered out of the service at the close of 
the war as Major of his regiment. Was wounded in the leg at 
Tupola, Miss. Elected Sheriff of Bureau County, 111., in 1869; 
now engaged in the publication of County Histories in Iowa. 
Address, Princeton, 111. Children born in Princeton. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Hubert Atherton, b. Nov. 9, 1866. 1885 

II. Lora Harriet, b. Oct. 29, 1869. 1886 

III. Herma Naomi, b. Oct. 25, 1871. 1887 

IV. Alice E., b. Dec. 13, 1876. 1888 

V. Ellen W., b. Jan. 21, 1880; d. Aug. 11, 1881. 1889 

934. SARAH M. CLARK, born Feb. 11, 1841; married, 
June 16, 1859, Matthew M. Trimble, born March 13, 1838. He 
served during the war, tirst in Co. F, 33d Regt. 111. Inf.; after- 
wards in Co. I, 4th Regt. V. R. Corps. Was at the siege of 
Vicksburg, battle of Champion Hill, Grand Gulf and others. 
Residence, Des Moines, Iowa. Agent for D. W. Stewart's whole- 
sale house. Children born at Princeton, 111,, except the oldest. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Milton T. Trimble, b. April 21, 1860; in Nebraska, 111.1890 

II. Laura L. " b. March 4, 1862. 1891 

III. Sherman C. '' b. Sept. 27, 1864. - 1892 

IV. Lydia H. " b. June 26, 1866; d. June 14, 1871. 1893 

V. Clara E. " b. Jan. 25, 1870; d. Mar. 22, 1870. 1894 

935. CLARINDA CLARK, born Dec. 31, 1842; married, 
Aug. 11, 1867, Frank H. Payne, born in Belchertown, Mass., Sept. 
21, 1845. His occupation is farming. P. O., Algona, Iowa. 
Children born in Algona. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Alfred D. Payne, b. March 3, 1869. 1895 

II. Ella R. " b. Sept. 5, 1871. 1896 

III. Bertie F. " b. July 21, 1876. 1897 

IV. Gertie L. " b. July 21, 1876. 1898 

936. HARRIET CLARK, born April 30, 1845; married, Nov. 
6, 1865, Lemuel Paine, born 1843, in Belchertown, Mass. He 
served during the war, as Corporal in Co. K, 93d Regt. 111. Vol. 
Inf. Occupation, farming. P. O., Princeton, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Wilbur N. Paine, b. Jan. 24, 1869. 1899 

II. Orie L. " b. June 6, 1871; d. April 13, 1877. 1900 

III. Charles P. '' b. April 3, 1874. 1901 

IV. Sidney A. " b. Aug. 30, 1878; d. Aug. 12,1881.1902 

V. Horatio C. " b. Aug. 19, 1880. 1903 

938. HORATIO KNIGHT CLARK, born Jan. 27, 1853; 
married, March 22, 1877, Alvena Eliza Ward. Occupation, 
farming. P. O., Bureau Junction, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Harold, b. March 31, 1878. 

939. ELLEN ALIDA CLARK, born Dec. 10, 1855; married, 
March 14, 1876, Charles Edward Borop, farmer, born Sept. 8, 
1850. Address, Bureau Junction, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Niles Alfred Borop, b. April 20, 1877. 1904 

II. Guy Atherton " b. July 23, 1881. 1905 



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941. EMILY WILLISTON CLARK, born June 9, 1856; 
married, Feb. 26, 1880, Frank Waterman Stearns, of Boston. 
Residence, Boston, Mass., Hotel Bristol. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Foster Waterman Stearns, b. July 29, 1881. 1906 

952. EMILY FREEMAN CLARK, born Oct. 5, 1827, at 
Coventry, Vt. ; married, March 17, 1850, Frederick A. Waite, 
farmer, born July 16, 1822. He served in the late war, in Co. 
C, 16th Regt. Vt. Vol. Inf. P. O. address, Proctorsville, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Charles H. Waite, b. Jan. 17, 1855, at Proctorsville. 1907 

II. William F. " b. Mar. 11, 1857, at Reading. 1908 

III. Frederick W. " b. Mar. 23, 1863, at Proctorsville. 1909 

957. WALTER SCOTT CLARK, born in Ludlow, Vt., May 
13, 1836; married, Dec. 15, 1868, Hannah E. Magulphin, born 
Dec. 25, 1857. Served in the late war, in Co. K, 15th 111. Cav. 
Occupation, carpenter. P. 0., LeMars, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Emily E., b. Oct. 22, 1869, at Seny, Iowa. 1910 

XL Stephen S., b. May 11, 1872, at LeMars, Iowa. 1911 

III. Walter K., b. Oct. 9, 1874, at Sibley, " 1912 

958. WALLACE SCOTTO CLARK, born May 22, 1843; 
married, Dec. 4, 1868, Anna Augusta Smith, born Aug. 9, 1 846. 
Served in the late war, in Co. E, 1st Mass. Cav. A mechanic. 
Children born at Westminster, Vt. P. O., Bellows Falls, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. William Edwin, b. Dec. 15, 1869. ' 1913 

II. George Deane, b. Dec. 16, 1870. 1914 

III. Bertha Mabel, b. Mar. 29, 1873. 1915 

IV. Frank Ernest, b. Oct. 26, 1875. 1916 

963. HENRY FESSENDEN CLARK, born Nov. 11, 1834; 
married, 1st, Oct. 26, 1858, Susan E. Murray, who died Oct. 18, 
1864; married, 2d, Jan. 22, 1868, Ellen A. Hunt. He was a 
lumber merchant; died Jan. 10, 1877, at Ottawa, 111., wherfe his 
children were born, and where his widow still resides. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Edwin H., b. Sept. 30, 1859. 1917 

II. Philip J., b. Aug. 25, 1861. 1918 

III. James M., b. Mar. 4, 1864; d. Sept. 11, 1864. 1919 

IV. An infant dau.,b. d. Jan. 15,1869. 1920 

V. An infant son, b. d. Dec. 24, 1874. 1921 

966. JOEL HUNT CLARK, bom June 27, 1842; married, 
Feb. 13, 1868, Clara Anna Campbell, born May 25, 1846. Occu- 
pation, farming. P. 0. Westminster West, Vt. Children born 
in Westminster. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Frederic Sidney, b. Sept. 7, 1870. 1922 

II. Charles Brooks, b. April 2, 1872. 1923 

968. HENRY C. LANE, born Jan. 26, 1824; married, Sept. 
11, 1850, Mary P. Nutting, who died March 19, 1874. Occupa- 
tion, guardianships, and manager and settler of estates. P. O. 
address, Westminster, Vt. Children born in Westminster. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Frederic I. Lane, b. Aug. 9, 1852. 1924 

II. Emma Elizabeth " b. May 28, 1855. 1925 

III. Caroline Lucinda " b. July 11, 1857. 1926 

IV. Nellie Vinal " b. Dec. 3, 1863. 1927 



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969. EMMA S. RANNEY, born March 10, 1840; married, 
Jan. 11, 1871, Alanson R. Puffer, farmer. They have no children 
except an adopted daughter, whose name is Hattie Maria, born 
Jan. 6, 1871. P. O., Malta, 111. 

970. MATILDA RANNEY, born Oct. 18, 1841; married 
Winslow Holmes, farmer, Sept. 23, 1861. P. O., Lohrville, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. David B. Holmes, b. June29, 1862, at Bloomington,I11.1928 

II. Emma S. " b. Feb. 1, 1865, at Lexington, " 1929 

III. Fred Winslow " b. Aug.l3, 1871, at Lake City,Iowa. 1930 

IV. MaryCleopatra" b. Oct. 30, 1873, at " " " 1931 

V. Harvey Aretas " b. July 4, 1876, at " " " 1932 

972. SOPHIA C. CLARK, born Feb. 27, 1840; married, 
March 27, 1861, Roderick R. Smith, b. Dec. 11, 1831. Children 
born in Westminster, Vt. P. 0., Bellows Falls, Vt. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Ella S. Smith, b. March 29, 1864; d. May 31, 1864. 1933 

II. Dwight C. " b. June 16, 1865; d. Nov. 17, 1865. 1934 

III. Walter B. " b. June 23, 1867. 1935 

IV. Infant son " b. Nov. 5, 1872; d. Nov. 12, 1872. 1936 

974. GUY CLARK, bom April 24, 1844; married, Nov. 6, 
1866, Emma A. Stevens, born Nov. 14, 1845. Mechanic. P. 0., 
Bellows Falls, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Ruel E., b. May 21, 1870, in Westminster, Vt. 1937 

975. LUCINDA CLARK, born May 30, 1846; married Charles 
F. Brackett, Dec. 25, 1868. P. O., Green River, Vt. 

977. LEWIS B. CLARK, born April 28, 1850; married, 
Nov. 10, 1880, Hattie I. Spaulding, born Jan. 2, 1856. Me- 
chanic. P. 0., Bellows Falls, Vt. 

978. EUGENE CLARK, born April 4, 1852; married, Sept. 
18, 1870, Roselina F. Wyman. Mechanic. P. O., Bellows 
Falls, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Adella May, b. Aug. 2, 1871, in Westminster, Vt. 1938 

979. SCOTT CLARK, born Oct. 24, 1855; married, March 22, 
1878, Frances Edwards, born July 20, 1849. Mechanic. P. O., 
Bellows Falls, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Ray P., b. Feb. 9, 1879, at Athens, Vt. ' 1939 

982. FRANCES MARY CLARK, born May 15, 1846; mar- 
ried Henry B. Jerome, Dec. 25, 1864. P. 0., North wood, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Frank A. Jerome, b. Nov. 15, 1865. 1940 



II. Nettie L. 

III. Henry B. 

IV. Benjamin A. 

V. Nellie G. 
VL Clinton G. 



b. Apr. 6, 1867. 1941 

b. Apr. 18, 1872. 1942 

b. Aug. 16, 1874. 1943 

b. Nov. 7, 1878. 1944 

b. July 4, 1880. 1945 




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984. SARAH ANN CLARK, bom Aug. 8, 1834; married, 
Jan. 6, 1853, Edward Sanford Wilcox, born Feb. 25, 1828, at 
Charleston, N. Y. She died Sept. 30, 1861. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Eveline M. Wilcox, b. Feb. 8, 1854; d. April 10, 1878. 1946 

II. Sarah S. " b. Feb. 29, 1856, at Geneva, 111. 1947 

III. ShulerEdward" b. May 11, I860.* 1948 

985. FRANKLIN A. CLARK, born Nov. 7, 1835; married, 
Dec. 16, 1869, Ada Nicholson, born May 19, 1843, in Pittsburg, 
Pa. He died at Cobden, 111., May 16, 1875, where his widow 
still lives. 

' CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Emma B., b. Dec. 12, 1870, at Windsor, Mo. 1949 

II. JarvisGray,b. Dec. 18, 1872, at Cobden, 111. 1950 

987. GEORGE HOMER CLARK, born July 5, 1850; mar- 
ried, April 20, 1881, Maggie M. Mangold. Occupation, Agent 
of Am. Ex. Company, at Cobden, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Guy Clark, b. Jan. 12, 1882, at Cobden, 111. 1951 

988. CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA CLARK, born April 20, 
1841; married Pascal P. Child, at St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 3, 1861. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Pascal Pratt Child, b. May 23, 1862; d. Dec. 6, 1865. 1952 

II. Helen Maria " b. July 7, 1864. 1953 

III. Hen. Fessenden " b. Aug. 17, 1866. 1954 

IV. Hiram Allen " b. May 24, 1869; d. Apr. 22, 1874. 1955 

V. Charlotte Aug. " b. Jan. 19, 1872. ' 1956 

VI. Fanny Rena " b. Dec. 31, 1874. 1957 

VII. Julia Nye, " b. Mar. 14, 1878. 1958 

992. HON. ROBERT McNEIL MORSE, born in Boston, 
Mass., Aug. 11, 1837; married, Nov. 12, 1863, Anna E. Gorham, 
of Jamaica Plain. Mr. Morse received his early education in 
private schools; prepared for college at the Eliot High School, 
at Jamaica Plain; entered Harvard College at the age of sixteen; 
graduated with honor in the class of 1857, and studied law in 
the office of Hutchins & Wheeler, Boston. Was a member of 

* Born at Osage Spring-s, Mo. He married Vh-giiiia Crocker, Aug. 10, 1881. 



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the Harvard Law School, 1858-59; admitted to practice, 1860, 
and soon became a prominent member of the Suffolk Bar. In 
1866, was elected to the State Senate, and re-elected in 1867. 
In 1880, was a member of the Massachusetts House of Repre- 
sentatives — Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, and leader 
of the House. Was a member of the Chicago National Con- 
vention, which nominated Gen. Garfield for President, and is a 
member of the Board of Overseers of Harvard College. Law 
office. Equitable Building, Boston, Mass. Residence, Jamaica 
Plain, where his children were born. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mabel Morse, b. Aug. 10, 1864. 1959 

II. Arthur Gorham " b. Oct. 15, 1865; d. Oct. 15, 1866. 1960 

III. Harold " b. Sep. 11, 1866: d. Sep. 2,1868. 1961 

IV. Alice Gorham " b. Nov. 19, 1867! 1962 

V. Sarah Clark " b. Aug. 22, 1872. 1963 

VI. Robt. Gorham " b. Aug. 23, 1874. 1964 

993. CHARLES FESSENDEN MORSE, born Sept. 22, 1839; 
married Ellen Holdredge, Oct. 20, 1874. He took a course of 
study at the Cambridge Scientific School; afterwards studied 
architecture, in Boston. At the commencement of the war, he 
entered the service as First Lieutenant in the 2d Mass. Regt. ; 
was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel, and returned, at the close 
of the war, with what remained of his regiment. After the 
war he spent five years in Georgia, and now resides in Kansas 
City, Mo. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Laura Morse, b. Aug. 15, 1875. 1965 

II. Marian " b. March 9, 1878. 1966 

III. Arthur " b. June 18, 1879. 1967 

IV. Eleanor " b. Aug. 4, 1881. 1968 

996. WILLIAM OLIVER CLARK, born Oct. 13, 1846; 
married, Nov. 30, 1876, Fanny Augusta Beebe, of Geneva, 111. 
They settled in Wichita, Kan. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Francis William, b. Nov. 20, 1877. 1969 

IL Mary Louise, b. July 18, 1879. 1970 

III. Samuel Nye, b. Aug. 2, 1881. 1971 

1004. CHARLES F. RANNEY, born Dec. 8, 1851; married, 
March 18, 1874, Caroline D. Pratt, born Nov. 18, 1844. He is 
Associate Editor of "The Express and Standard," Newport, Vt. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

T. Wm. Bradford Ranney, b. June 23, 1875. 1972 

II. Ethel Emily " b. Sept. 30, 1878. 1973 

III. Edith " b. July 30, 1882. 1974 

1005. SCOTTO CLARK RANNEY, born Feb. 19, 1837; 
married, Oct. 10, 1860, Philena E. true, born Nov. 13, 1835, in 
Newport, Vt. Occupation, farming. P. 0., West Concord, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Pliny O. Ranney, b. Sept. 13, 1862, in Victory, Vt. 1975 

II. Lizzie S. " b. Jan. 2, 1865, in Kirby, Vt. 1976 

III. George E. " b. Aug. 31, 1867, in " " 1977 

IV. Eugene S. " b. July 4, 1871, in " " 1978 

1006. EDSON H. RANNEY, born July 6, 1841; married, 
Dec. 26, 1866, Mehitable Locke, born in Kirby, Dec. 22, 1834. 
Served in the late war, nine months in Co. G, 15th Regt. Vt. 
Vol. Inf. and one year in Co. H, 1st Regt. Vt. Cav. Wounded, 
Oct. 9, 1864, at the battle of Fisher's Hill. Children born in 
Kirby. P. 0., West Concord, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

L Ada Mabel Ranney, b. Aug. 16, 1871. 1979 

II. Mary Louisa " b. April 20, 1874. 1980 

III. Lottie Elva " b. Sept. 28, 1877. 1981 

1007. HENRY RANNEY, born July 4, 1843 ; married, March 
13, 1873, Mary E. Abbott, born June 24, 1844. Occupation, 
farming. P. O., St. Johnsbury East, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Harry A. Ranney, b. Jan. 21, 1874. 1982 

II. Phebe " b. Aug. 3, 1875. 1983 

III. Mabel H. " b. Dec. 30, 1876. 1984 

IV. Frank " b. Sept. 23, 1878. 1985 

V. Florence M. " b. Aug. 21, 1880. 1986 

1008. GEORGE RANNEY, born Dec. 21, 1845; married, 
April 17, 1871, Eva C. Holt, born Feb. 17, 1853. Engaged in 
mercantile business at Barnet, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Elsie Minnie Rannev, b. June 18, 1874. 1987 

II. Laura May " " b. March 5, 1881. j988 

III. Carl Allen '' b. March 5, 1883. 1989 



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1009. CHARLES S. RANNEY, bom Jan. 10, 1855; mar- 
ried, Oct. 25, 1881, Clara E. Stanton, born June 21, 1858. Occu- 
pation, railroad business. P. O., Bellows Falls, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Edith M. Ranney, b. Oct. 9, 1882. 1990 

1017. FRANKLIN ISAAC WILSON, born April 29, 1846; 
married, Dec. 30, 1880, Maj; Eliza Allen, of Geneva Lake, Wis., 
born May 16, 1857. Occupation, merchant. Address, 81 Jack- 
son St , Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Ruth Louise Wilson, b. Oct. 18, 1881. 1991 

II. Allen Clarke " b. Oct. 10, 1882. 1992 

1020. EDMUND BE:ECHER WILSON, born Oct. 9, 1856, 
son of Hon. I. G. Wilson, of Chicago, unmarried. He is a 
young man who gives great promise as a leading Scientist. His 
progress in science is indicated in the brief sketch that follows: 
His studies were commenced at home, and pursued at Antioch 
College, Wheaton College, and the Chicago University, until 
1876, when he entered the Sheffield Scientific School at Yale 
College, and in 1878, received the degree Ph. B., and was ap- 
pointed assistant to the Prof, of Zoology. In 1879, appointed 
to a Fellowship in Johns Hopkins University; in 1881, took 
the degree Ph. D., and was assistant in Biology one year. Went 
to Europe Sept. 1882, studied at the Universities of Cambridge 
and Leipsic, and at Dohrn's Museum in Naples, with the Con- 
gress of Scientists, being the first occupant of the Williams 
College table there. Is now Lecturer on Biology at Williams 
College. 

1022. SARAH M. MORSE, born Jan. 10, 1838; married, 
Sept. 10, 1861, Daniel P. Gray, a farmer, born March 14, 1839. 
P. O., Coventry, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Nora P. Gray, b. Aug. 7, 1867. 1993 

1026. EMMA L. MORSE, born Feb. 18, 1848; married 
Lolin C. Paul, of Stowe, Vt. Residence, Morrisville. Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Agnes M. Paul, b. Dec. 6, 1871. 1994 



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1027. INEZ E. MORSE, bom Aug. 29, 1852; married Ed- 
ward R. Campbell, M. D. Residence, Bellows Falls, Vt. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Daniel Raymond Campbell, b. Nov. 20, 1871. 1995 

II. Henry Wales " b. July 29, 1873. 1996 

1028. CAPT. GEORGE L. LUCE, born March 1, 1825; mar- 
ried, Aug. 9, 1852, Sophia M. Delano, born Sept. 16, 1830, 
Rochester, Mass. Residence, Marion, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

1. Adella M. Luce, b. May 29, 1853. 1997 

II. William R. " b. May 10, 1858. 1998 

III. George " b. Dec. 14, 1862. 1999 

IV. Frank L. " b. June 15, 1866. 2000 

1029. HENRY C. LUCE, born May 8, 1830; married, Aug. 
18, 1853, Bessie R. Delano, born Jan. 14, 1833. He died Dec. 

2, 1873, at Boston, Mass.* His widow and children reside in 
Marion, Mass. 



CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Amanda D. Luce, b. Mar. 31, 1856. 2001 

II. Mary M. " b, Oct. 14, 1859. 2002 

III. Bessie " b. Feb. 1, 1864: d. Oct. 14, 1864. 2003 

IV. Harry " b. Oct. 18, 1865.' 2004 

V. Delano " b. Jan. 14, 1867. 2005 

VI. Ernest " b. Apr. 10, 1869. 2006 

VII. Dolly " b. Apr. 21, 1874; d. Nov. 17, 1874. 2007 

1031. LIZZIE JANE LUCE, born Jan. 22, 1833; married, 
June 8, 1862, Christopher Columbus Luce, born May 26, 1832, 
and in the service of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway, 
Chicago, 111, Residence and P. O., Oak Park, 111. 

* Mr. Luce left Marion in eai-ly life, and went to Cleveland, Ohio, where he be- 
came Secretary and Treasurer of the Cleveland & Toledo R. R. which position he 
held for thirteen years. He afterwards eng-aged in business in New Jersey, and 
later, removed to Lincoln, N. C. Here he became interested in the moral eleva- 
tion of the colored people, and for their benefit, opened a Sabbath School in his 
own house, which met with such bitter opposition, that his life was threatened, 
and he was obliged to sacrifice much pi'operty and flee. He returned to Massa- 
chusetts, and at the time of his death, was Treasurer of the Boston, Hartford & 
Erie Railway. He was President of the Marion Nat. Hist. Society, and in the 
notice of his death, it was said: " Mr. Luce was a pleasant and genial man in his 
nature, and that, with his integrity of heart, and consistent Christian life, made 
him beloved and respected by every one." 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary Lucretia Luce, b. July 1,1863.* 2008 

II. Lizzie Evelyn " b. Dec. 13, 1865, at Sandwich, Ms. 2009 

III. Frederic Clark " b. July 2, 1872, atBrooklyn,N.Y.2010 

IV. Jesse Williams " b. June 30, 1874, at Mattawan,N. J.2011 

1032. ELISHA CLARK LUCE, born Jan. 20, 1836; mar- 
ried, Nov. 15, 1860, Louise Compton, born July 10, 1838, in 
Cleveland, Ohio. Occupation, Passenger Accountant L. S. & M. 
S. Railway Co. Residence, Cleveland, Ohio. Children born in 
Cleveland. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Lucretia Clark Luce, b. Aug. 15, 1861. 2012 

II. Maud Lillian " b. June 15, 1864. 2013 



1033. MARTHA GOULD LUCE, born Jan. 21, 1840; mar- 
ried Stephen C. Phinney, engineer, of Plymouth, Mass. Resi- 
dence, Norwood, Mass. No children. 



1034. ALFRED E. LUCE, born Jan. 22, 1843; married 
Georgie Leonard. He was Agent of the Pacific Mail Steamship 
Co., at Shanghai, China, where he died Aug. 14, 1874. His 
widow resides at Marion, Mass. No children. 

1035. FRANK MELVILLE LUCE, born Feb. 26, 1846; 
married, March 1, 1869, Emma Sylvania McLean, born Jan. 25, 
1850, in Providence, R. I. Occupation, General Car Accountant 
of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway. He originated and 
copyrighted a superior system of car accounts, which is now in 
use by nearly two hundred railroads. Residence, 251 Ohio St., 
Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Alfred Melville Luce, b. Feb. 1, 1870, at Cleveland,0. 2014 

II. Frank McLean " b. July 22, 1879, at Chicago, 111. 2015 

1037. JOHN M. ALLEN, born June 24, 1842; married, 
April 15, 1878, Lizzie Wood Ricketson, born Aug. 8, 1850. He 
is a graduate of the Scientific Department, Harvard University, 
Class of 1864, of the Engineering School. Is an architect; also 
engaged in the manufacture of paper. Residence, 343 Purchase 
St., New Bedford, Mass. 

* Born in Chelsea, Mass. ; died, Jan. 34, 1883, at Oak Park, 111. 



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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Matilda Clark Allen, b. Feb. 3, 1880. 2016 

1039. NATHAN H. ALLEN, bom April 14, 1848; married 
Elizabeth Mitchell Macy, a descendant of Thos. Macy, one of 
the first settlers of Nantucket. He was educated in music in 
Germany. Is an organist, and a composer and teacher of music. 
Residence, Hartford, Conn. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Henrietta Mitchell Allen,b. Aug. 2, 1878; d.MaylG, 1879.2017 

II. Henry Manly " b.Aug. 31, 1879. 2018 

1040. FRANK H. HOWARD, born Jan. 17, 1834; married, 
Feb. 17, 1871, Viola Delgado, who died Jan. 22, 1882. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Rachel Howard, b. Nov. 20, 1871. 2019 

II. Viola " b. July 29, 1873. 2020 

1041. LUCY B. HOWARD, born Nov. 6, 1846; married. 
June 10, 1858, Frederic W. Nickerson, commission merchant, 
born Feb. 22, 1835. Address, 114 State St., Boston, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Fred H. Nickerson,b. May 2, 1859; d. Aug. 20, 1859. 2021 

II. Augustus " b. July 30, 1860. 2022 

III. Cora " b. Sept.24, 1862. 2023 

IV. Lucy " . b. Apr. 6, 1869; d. Mar. 11, 1870. 2024 

1044. ANNA A. HOWARD, born Sept. 11, 1847; married 
Valentine W. Cantfield, Dec. 11,1867. She died Jan. 8, 1875. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Arthur W. Cantfield, b. Oct. 27, 1868. 2025 

II. William H. " b. Feb. 8, 1870. 2026 

III. Annie " b. Dec. 6, 1873; d. Oct. 6, 1874. 2027 

1045. CHARLOTTE MATILDA ALLEN, born March 23, 
1836; married, April 28, 1863, Oscar H. Blaisdell, of Boston, who 
died, 1876, at Atlanta, Ga.; married, 2d, 1879, John King, of 
Boston. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Oscar A. Blaisdell, b. April 29, 1870. 2028 



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1046. BARTHOLOMEW GOSNOLD ALLEN, born Feb. 
12, 1840; married, April 21, 1863, Eliza Bryan, born in Liver- 
pool, England. He died, 1868, in New Orleans, La. His widow 
married Martin Kingman and resides in Brookline, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Silas B. Allen, b. Jan. 11, 1864. 2029 

1048. DAVID W. BLANKINSHIP, born March 6, 1838; 
married, June 6, 1860, Charlotte F. Faber, born July 23, 1840. 
He followed the sea twenty -two years, but since 1871 his busi- 
ness has been in a shoe factory. P. O., Brockton, Mass. No 
children. 

1050. EDWIN A. BLANKINSHIP, born May 6, 1849; 
married, 1st, July 14, 1878, Kate E. Hartwell, who died April 
25, 1879; married, 2d, July 7, 1872, Evelyn M. Chaplin, born 
April 18, 1855. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Katie E. Blankinship, b. April 15, 1879. 2030 

1052. ELEANOR C. BATES, born Feb. 7, 1845; married 
Joshua Allen, Sept. 6, 1875. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Edward Howard Allen, b. Mar. 12, 1877. 2031 

XL Lucy E. " b. June 30, 1882. 2032 

1056. AMELIA WILLIAM WING, born March 22, 1854; 
married Henry F. Babcock, Sept. 16, 1877. Residence, Ware- 
ham, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Harry Wing Babcock,b. June 14, 1879; d. May 22, 1883. 2033 

II. Sarah S. " b. Feb. 22, 1882. 2034 

1057. SARAH POPE WING, born July 25, 1856; married, 
April 2, 1879, George H. Dow, of Lexington, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Geo. Otis Lee Dow, b. Feb. 18, 1882. 2035 

1062. MATILDA LOUISA LEWIS, born Sept. 17, 1836; 
married. May 31, 1852, Col. Geo. Curkendall, born May 30, 1829, 
in Beverly, Va.; entered the Union service Sept., 1861, as Lieut. 



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3d Iowa Cav. ; for gallantry on the field promoted from Capt. to 
Major of the Regt., and at last commissioned Lt. Col. Was in 
the battles of Pea Ridge, Vicksburg, Jackson, and man}^ others. 
Is Snpt. of Plow Works, Dayton, Ohio. Address, No. 28 June 
St., Dayton, Ohio. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Leland L. Curkendall, b. May 25, 1853. 2036 

II. Herbert S. " b. Nov. 11, 1854. 2037 

III. Sarah E. " b. Aug. 20, 1856. 2038 

IV. Caroline P. " b. Feb. 1, 1859. 2039 

1063. ALBERT CHAPMAN BLANKINSHIP, born Feb. 
27, 1841; married, Oct. 12, 1869, Ella G. Jones, born Jan. ^1, 
1845, at West Scituate, Mass. Occupation, carpenter. Resi- 
dence, Fall River, Mass. Children born in Marion. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Gertrude C. Blankinship, b. Nov. 21, 1874. 2040 

II. Jos. H. W. " b. Aug. 5, 1877. 2041 

III. Albert C. " b. Jan. 27, 1880. 2042 

1065. CAROLINE M. BLANKINSHIP, born Jan. 10, 1845; 
married William Dodge, born Sept. 1846. Residence, Marion, 
Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Arthur Dodge, b. Feb. 9, 1874. 2043 

II. Susie " b. Feb. 7, 1877. 2044 

1066. HENRY VOSE BLANKINSHIP, born Oct. 25, 1847; 
married, Oct. 22, 1873, Sarah M. Stetson, born May 22, 1852. 
Policeman. Residence, Fall River, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Edith L. Blankinship, b. Sopt. 16, 1875; d. June 2, 1880.2045 

II. Howard S. " b. Nov. 5, 1881. 2046 

1069. SUSANNA M. CLARK, born July 16, 1849; married, 
May 18, 1871, Capt. James W. Blankinship, (No. 1064), born 
Feb. 23, 1843. Residence, Marion, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Lucy Alden Blankinship, b. Nov. 18, 1872. 2047 

n. Leland Wright " b. Sept. 20, 1875. 2048 

III. Betsey Clark " b. Jan. 15, 1879. 2049 



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1070. JAMES M. CLARK, 2d, born July 19, 1856; married, 
Dec. 22, 1881, Carrie T. Shaw, born April 16, 1861. Occupation, 
merchant. Residence, Middleboro, Mass. 

1073. ELLEN B. WEBBER, born Dec. 19, 1852; married, 
April 14, 1880, Wm. M. Smith, born Aug. 15, 1857. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Howard C. Smith, b. Nov. 19, 1881. 2050 

II. Infant daughter, b. Jan. 3, 1884. . 2051 

1074. JANE D. WEBBER, born Sept. 23, 1855; married, 
May 22, 1881, Elmer F. Smith, born Oct. 22, 1851. 

1076. JOHN FRANK WEBBER, born April 12,1859; mar- 
ried, Nov. 27, 1883, Anna M. Bouvier, born May 12, 1860. 

1088. HARRIET THOMAS, born June 3, 1844; married, 
Sept. 19, 1865, Geo. T. Sears, born at East Dennis, Mass., Dec. 
27, 1839, dealer in salt, 228 State St., and 81 Commerce St., 
Boston, Mass, 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Geo. Albert Sears, b. July 12, 1868. 2052 

II. Edith Thatcher " b. Mar. 21, 1875. 2053 

1092. ELIZABETH NICKERSON, born March 21, 1853; 
married, at Duxbury, Mass., May 1, 1883, Geo. A. Green, of 
London, Eng. 

1094. HENRY NICKERSON, born Aug. 2, 1857; married, 
at Lynn, Mass., Oct. 31, 1883, Edith Child, of Boston. 

1095. LUCY BRADFORD NICKERSON, born April 4, 
1860; married at Yokahama, Japan, Sept. 25, 1883, Theodore J. 
Morris, of Yokahama. 

1105. ALBERT WINSLOW NICKERSON, born May 21, 
1840; married, 1st, Sept. 20, 1864, Agnes Maria Partridge, born 
in Boston, April 18, 1847, died Nov. 21, 1870; married, 2d, 
March 1, 1876, Amelia Frances Lindsay, born Nov. 25, 1858, in 
Roxbury. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Jos.Partridge Nickerson.b.July 30, 1865; d.Junel2, 1883.2054 

II. Agnes Eugenia " b.Nov. 19, 1870, in Boston. 2055 

III. Albert Lindsay " b.Feb. 6, 1877, in Roxbury. 2056 

IV. Wm. Gifford " b. July 15, 1879, in Dedham. 2057 



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1106. EMMA LOUISA NICKERSON, born March 15, 1842; 
married, May 10, 1865, John F. Hartt, born Nov. 21, 1842, in 
Boston, whore they reside, and where their children were born. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Gertrude Lilly Hartt,b. July 29, 1868; d. Jan. 18, 1881.2058 

II. Arthur Wm. ^ " b. July 10, 1871. 2059 
HI. Robt. Winslow " b. Feb. 2, 1873. 2060 
IV. Dudley Nickerson " b. Nov. 11, 1879. 2061 

1111. ELLA WINSLOW, born Dec. 2, 1852; married Charles 

A. Williams, June 6, 1876. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Robt. Winslow Williams, b. June 28, 1877. 2062 

II. Stanley Winslow " b. May 7, 1879. 2063 

III. Ethel Winslow " b. Oct. 9, 1880. 2064 

1121. MARY A. CLARK, born Oct. 8, 1856; married, May 
23, 1880, Edward R. Kingsbury, born March 7, 1855, in Boston, 

Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Maurice D. Kingsbury, b. Oct. 26, 1882, in Bangor, Me. 2065 

1138. BESSIE 0. SEARS, born Feb. 18, 1847; married 
Paul Freeman Sears, born April 26, 1846. They live in East 
Dennis, Mass., and have an adopted daughter whose name is- 
Mabel B. Sears, born Feb. 29, 1880. 

1142. SARAH L. SEARS, born Nov. 1857; married Walter 

B. Ingraham. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Walter S. Ingraham, b. Sept. 25, 1881. 2066 

1144. SUSAN H. SEARS, born Oct. 24, 1854; married, Dec. 
9, 1879, Alpheus Howes, born May 30, 1854, in Dennis, Mass. 
They reside at Harwich, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Olive Sears Howes, b. March 23, 1881. 2067 

1148. JOHN MILTON HEDGE, born Aug. 3, 1857; mar- 
ried, Dec. 6, 1879, Hattie Phelps, born Dec. 6, 1861. Lumber 
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CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Grace Hedge, b. Oct. 8, 1881. 2068 

1149. JOSEPH HEDGE, born Jan. 27, I860; married, Aug. 
22, 1882, Julia Smalley, born Sept. 1861. Engaged in sheep- 
raising, at Cambridge, Kan. 

1152. CHARLES HENRY HAMMOND, born Jan. 11,1851; 
married, March 9, 1875, Cynthia B. Smalley, of South Harwich. 
Book-keeper for Washburn & Moen, Worcester, Mass. 

1153. LIZZIE J. HAMMOND, born May 23, 1857; married, 
July 19, 1881, W. A. Dickinson, merchant, at Springfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 
I. Daisy Maude Dickinson, b. April 13, 1882. 2069 

1155. LEVI ANTHONY HOWES, born May 13, 1845; 
married, Jan. 7, 1873, Ehza T. Howes, born May 13, 1849. Rail- 
road Station Agent, at Wood's Holl, Mass. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. William L. Howes, b. Oct. 1, 1873. 2070 

II. Levi " b. Apr. 17, 1876. 2071 

III. James S. " b. Feb. 22, 1880. 2072 

IV. Elijah S. " b. June 8, 1881. 2073 

1156. HENRY H. SEARS, born July 17, 1845; married 
Minnie Homer, Feb. 17, 1870. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry Edmund Sears, b. Oct. 22, 1871. 2074 

II. Joseph " b. April 3, 1873. 2075 

1159. CHLOE C. SEARS, born Aug. 17, 1853; married, Oct. 
13, 1875, Frank Kelley, of East Dennis. He is a Boston mer- 
chant, but resides in Cambridge. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Stillman Randolph Kelley, b. Dec. 17, 1878. 2076 

1176. ELIOT CHANNING CLARKE, son of Rev. James 
Freeman Clarke, born May 6, 1845; married, April 4, 1878, Alice 
de Vermandois Sohier, of Boston. He is a graduate of Harvard 



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College, a Civil Engineer by profession, and has charge of the 
improved sewerage system of Boston. Office, No. 74 Tremont 
St., Room 10. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Susan Lowell, b. Feb. 14, 1879. 2077 

II. James Freeman, b. Mar. 1, 1881. ' 2078 

1233. JAMES SULLIVAN, born 1846; married Claude 
Houston, 1874. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Jennie Valentine Sullivan, b. Oct. 6, 1876. 2079 

II. James Houston " b. Mar. 9, 1878. 2080 

III. Willard Parker 'V b. Dec. 29, 1881. 2081 

1234. JOHN SULLIVAN, born 1848; married Marv Postill 
in 1872. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Swan Sullivan, b. June 1874. 2082 

II. Chase '' b. Oct. 1876. 2083 

III. Rosa G. " b. Dec. 1879. 2084 

1235. SWAN SULLIVAN, born 1850; married Carrie Brown- 
lee, 1877. He died in New Orleans, Oct. 7, 1878. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Swan Sullivan, b. Feb. 16, 1879. 2085 

1240. DANIEL OAKEY, born July 5, 1842; married Ella 
Coolidge Sargent, of Boston, born Jan. 23, 1846. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Daniel Oakey, b. Sept. 2, 1869. 2086 

II. Wm. Grafton " b. Mar. 16, 1873. 2087 

III. Ella " b. Oct. 25, 1881. 2088 

1242. SARAH CATHARINE OAKEY, born Oct. 27, 1844; 
married Bassett Jones. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Bassett Jones, b. Feb. 6, 1877. 2089 

II. Sullivan, " b. May 16, 1878. 2090 

III. Alexander B., " b. Jan. 27, 1880. 2091 

IV. Orven, " b. Dec 19, 1881. 2092 



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1247. ALEXANDER FORBES OAKEY, born July 20, 1851 ; 
married Louise Sprague, of Buffalo, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Elizabeth Oakey, b. Sept. 1, 1878: -2093 

II. Sally Sullivan " b. Jan. 24, 1881. 2094 

1250. WILLIAM S. SCHLEY, born 1850; married, Jan. 
1877, Lucy Jackson, of Virginia. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Robt. Montfort Schley, b. Nov. 26, 1879. 2095 

II. Wm. Sullivan " b. Nov. 21, 1881. 2096 

1251. JAMES MONTFORT SCHLEY, born 1852; married 
Margaret T. Spaulding, of New York. 

CHILDREN, NINTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry Spaulding Schley, b. Mar. 22, 1878. 2097 

II. Jas. Montfort " b. June 30, 1879. 2098 

III. Cath. Beckwith " b. Nov. 12, 1881. 2099 

1268. WILLIAM HENRY BANGS, 2d, born Oct. 9, 1845; 
married, April 22, 1869, Mary Sleeper, daughter of Thomas and 
Eliza Sleeper, of Boston, born in Wisconsin Sept. 19, 1847. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Wm. Sleeper Bangs, b. Mar. 8, 1870. 2100 

II. Ethel " b. Sep. 27, 1871; dJulyl3, 1872.2101 

III. Clare " b. Sep. 1, 1874. . 2102 

IV. Vinton Pierpont " b. Mar. 20, 1877. 2103 

1272. CLARENDON BANGS, born in Boston, Mass., Dec. 
20, 1853; married. May 2, 1876, Mary Josephine Hoyt, born 
May 2, 1856, in Durand, 111., and died at her home in Nebraska, 
Jan. 27, 1882. Resides at Glyndon, Minn. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Wm. Hoyt Bangs, b. July 29, 1877, in Winnebago,I11.2104 

II. Edith Mary " b. Jan. 2, 1879, in Gage Co., Neb. 2105 

1278. JOSHUA A. HALL, born April 4, 1850; married, 
Nov. 27, 1873, Philena Frances Jones, born Nov. 8, 1852, in Fal- 
mouth, Mass. Occupation, farming. Children born in Sand- 
wich. P. 0., Spring Hill, Mass. 



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CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Ina Lindwood Hall, b. Feb. 10, 1875. 2106 

II. Susan Caroline " b. Jan. 13, 1878. 2107 

III. Abbie Frances " b. Feb. 6, 1879. 2108 

1279. LIZZIE F. HALL, born July 16, 1853; married. May 
13, 1873, Stephen F. Cashin, born Aug. 9, 1848, in Sandwich, 
Mass. Address, 19 Alert St., Springfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Charles Hall Cashin, b. May 27, 1874, in Gardner, Ms. 2109 

IL Daniel Dexter '' b. Aug. 31, 1876, in " "2110 

in. Clara Elizabeth " b. Nov. 1, 1879, in " " 2111 

IV. Eunice Frances " b. Nov. 7, 1882, Springfield, " 2112 

1282. CHARLES WINSLOW HALL, born Nov. 2, 1843; 
married, Sept. 19, 1870, Sarah E. Foster, of Charlotte Town, 
Prince Edward Island, born Dec. 25, 1849. Profession, attor- 
ney. He is the author of "Twice Taken," "The Great Bonanza," 
"Legends of the Gulf," and "Drifting Round the World." 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Arthur Winslow Hall, b. June 2, 1871. 2113 

II. Caroline Daisy " b. July 16, 1876. 2114 

III. Beatrice Foster " b. July 31, 1878„ 2115 

1283. ISAAC CLARK HALL, born Dec. 3, 1845; married, 
June 22, 1872, Flora B. Fay, born March 9, 1846, at Southboro, 
Mass., and died Nov. 23, 1875. Merchant, of the firm of I. C. 
Hall & Co., Grand Rapids, Dak. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Edward Eugene Hall, b. May 9, 1873. 2116 

1284. SUSAN ARLITTA HALL, born Oct. 11, 1847; mar- 
ried, April 25,*1871, Peter Stainforth Macgowan, Clerk of Char- 
lotte Town, Prince Edward Island; at present Clerk of Pacific 
Guano Co., Boston, Mass. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Flora May Macgowan,b. Mar. 13, 1872, at C.T.,Pr.E.I. 2117 
IL Ern. Stainforth " b. Aug. 1, 1873, at " " " 2118 

III.Albert Clark " b. Sep. 19, 1875, at Winthrop,Ms.2119 

IV. Carl Hall " b. Apr. 1879, at " " 2120 



II. 


Grace Clark 




b. 


III. 


Lettie 




b. 


IV. 


Susan 




b. 


V. 


Georgiana 




b. 


VI. 


Chas. Herbert 




b. 



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1286. GEO. ARTHUR HALL, born April 3, 1853; married 
Alice M. McGinnis, Nov. 1872. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Alice Oilman Hall, b.* 2121 

2122 
2123 
2124 
2125 
2126 

1294. HERBERT H. LAWRENCE, born June 21, 1857; 
married, Oct. 29, 1879, Annie M. Baker, born Aug. 2, 1859. 
Occupation, farmer, Residence, Falmouth, Mass. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 
I. Louise B. Lawrence, b. March 19, 1882. . 2127 

1349. JAMES HERBERT HOWLAND, born Feb. 14, 1848; 
married, Sept. 25, 1880, M iBS Emily Smith, born Oct. 28, 1860. 
Boot and shoe dealer, No. 83 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

1358. HATTIE CLARK HOWLAND, born May 24, 1857; 
married, July 27, 1880, Eugene F. Swan. She graduated at the 
State Normal School, Westfield, Mass., 1876, and taught in 
Worcester, four years. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 
I. Grace Hazel Swan, b. 1881. 2128 

1398. JOSIAH WILSON PARKER, born March 5, 1832; 
married, Dec. 7, 1852, Cecile R. Thompson, born in Nashville, 
Tenn., Jan. 20, 1837. They reside at Columbia, Mo. Children 
born in Columbia. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Maggie Parker, b. Oct. 23, 1853; d. Oct. 25, 1853. 2129 

II. Wm.Thompson " b. Nov. 22, 1854: d. Oct. 10, 1859. 2130 

III. Oliver Bass " b. Sep. 12, 1856. 2131 

IV. Rosa Lee " b. Jan. 13, 1865; d. Jan. 17, 1865. 2132 

1403: JOHN F. HICKCOX, born March 10, 1853; married, 
Oct. 14, 1874, Mary E. Hart. Occupation, farming. Resides 
near California, Mo. 

* Birth dates not given. 



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CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Anna L. Hickcox, b. July 18, 1878. 2133 

II. Albert P. " b. Aug. 14, 1880. 2134 

III. Elmer Basil " b. Apr. 1,1883. 2135 

1408. HELEN HICKCOX MYERS, born May 15, 1846; 
married, Oct. 16, 1866, Capt. Fred. Peyton Bronaugh, stock 
trader, born April 13, 1837. P. O., Boonville, Mo. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Fred. Lewis Bronaugh, b. Feb. 28, 1871. 2136 

II. William H. " b. June 13, 1874. 2137 

III. Charles C. " b. July 19, 1877. 2138 

IV. Henry P. " b. Apr. 1, 1.880. 2139 

V. Francis Eugene " b. Jan. 14, 1883. 2140 

1409. MARTHA ARISTINE MYERS, born May 11, 1849; 
married, Oct. 20, 1868, Rev. Geo. Washington Horn, a Methodist 
minister, born July 24, 1838. Address, Colorado Springs, Colo. 

' CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Paul Horn, b. Apr. 30, 1870. 2141 

II. Kate " b. Nov. 18, 1871. 2142 

III. Edw. Young " b. June 28, 1874. 2143 

IV. G.Washington" b. Nov. 12, 1882. 2144 

1411. LAURA VIRGINIA MYERS, born Aug. 31, 1852; 
married, Dec. 12, 1878, Chas. Alfred Patten, merchant, born 
Sept. 23, 1847. P. O., Fulton, Mo. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Chas. Henry Patten, b. Sep. 17, 1879. 2145 

IL Mabel Myers " b. Apr. 11, 1881. 2146 

III, Grace Florence " b. Aug. 6, 1883. 2147 

1425. GEORGE MURRAY HICKCOX, born April 14, 
1845; married, April 6, 1871, Mary E. Parr, born June 29, 1852, 
in Boston, Mass. Children born in Wyoming, Wis., where the 
family reside. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 



I. Clara Louise Hickcox, b. June 3, 1872. 2148 

II. Carlton Almon " b. July 12, 1875. 2149 

III. Ethel Jane " b, Feb. 21, 1882. 2150 



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1426. WILLIAM COMSTOCK HICKCOX, bom Aug. 21, 
1848; married, Dec. 24, 1874, Lucy C. Carter, born Dec. 1, 1856. 
Children born in Wyoming, Wis. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Edith May Hickcox,b. July 14, 1876; d. Jan. 31, 1880. 2151 

II. Ralph Harry " b. Jan. 2, 1878. 2152 

1427. CLARK ALBERT HICKCOX, born Feb. 28, 1850; 
married, March 2, 1873, Martha B. Joiner, born April 25, 1853, 
at Wyoming, Wis. P. 0., Green Elm, Kans. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Theo. R. Hickcox, b. Mar. 24, 1874, at Deer Creek,Neb.2153 

II. Gail E. " . b. Jan. 23, 1876, at Humphrey, " 2154 

III. Robert L. *' b. Feb. 8, 1878, at Deer Creek, " 2155 
TV. Clark A. " b. June 23, 1880, at '' " " 2156 
V. IdaM. '' ■ b. Aug. 2, 1882,atOpolis,'Kan. 2157 

1428. LAURA ELOISE HICKCOX, born March 28, 1853; 
married, Jan. 1, 1874, James L. Jones, born March 15, 1850. 
Children born in Helena Valley, Wis. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Gwen L. Jones, b. June 14, 1878. 2158 

II. Maud L. " b. Jan. 9, 1881. 2159 

III. Scott L. " b. Jan. 4,1883. 2160 

1429. EDWARD MARVIN HICKCOX, born Aug. 4, 1854; 
married, Jan. 1, 1879, Elizabeth Metcalf, born June 2, 1859, in 
Shullsburg, Wis. P. 0., Wyoming, Wis. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Guy Leslie Hickcox,b. Jan. 4, 1880, in Dodgeville,Wis.2161 
IL Amy Amelia " b.Dec. 27, 1881, in Wyoming, " 2162 
III. Orrin Irving '^ b.Sep. 16, 1883, in " " " 2163 

1430. IDA MAY HICKCOX, born June 20, 1856; married, 
March 24, 1883, Wm. John Carpenter, born Dec. 11, 1854, at 
Dodgeville, Wis. 

1431. NATHANIEL DEAN HICKCOX, born Oct. 15, 1858; 
married Euphamie Ann Lockman, born Feb. 20, 1861, in Helena 
Valley, Wis. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Mark Murray Hickcox, b. Dec. 6, 1883, . 2164 



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1453. HARRIET AURELIA COMSTOCK, bom July 4, 
1841; married, March 24, 1861, Washington Roineyn Vermilye, 
of New York City, born Feb. 3, 1837. No children. Reside at 
Englewood, N. J. 

1455. NELLIE M. COMSTOCK, born Nov. 19, 1847; mar- 
ried, Sept. 1, 1868, Henry B. Chetlain, at Gralena, 111., where 
thev now reside. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Mary A. Chetlain, b. Sep. 10, 1869. 2165 

XL Hattie V. " b. June 30, 1875. 2166 

III. Louis Edwin " b. Oct. 3, 1880. 2167 

1456. SAMUEL P. COMSTOCK, born Aug. 27, 1849; mar- 
ried, April 4, 1872, Sarah R. Bennett. P. O. address, Galena, 
Illinois. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. C. Adelaide Comstock, b. June 2, 1875. 2168 

II. Sarah A. " b. Dec. 14, 1877. 2169 

1457. SOPHIA ADELAIDE COMSTOCK, born April 19, 
1854; married, Sept. 5, 1876, Eugene Oliver Spare, of Chicago, 
a lawyer by profession, born July 12, 1853, at Eutopia, Cler- 
mont County, Ohio. Station Agent at Cragin, 111. Reside in 
Chicago. No children. 

1458. MARIA A. LULL, born April 1, 1843; married, July 
14, 1866, John W. Piatt, born in Say brook. Conn., a graduate of 
Yaloj College, and a lawyer by profession. He died in Califor- 
nia, 1873, where the widow and children still live. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Lelia Piatt, b. May 8, 1867. 2170 

II. Mary L. " b. Sep. 30, 1870. 2171 

1459. SUSAN H. LULL, born June 14, 1845; married. May 
29, 1859, Urias S. Nye, at Princeton, Cal. P. O., Willow, Cal. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Amelia Eloise Nye, b. Oct. 10, 1860. 2172 

II. Frank " f Twins, > 2173 

III. Morrison " [ b. Nov. 5, 1863. i 2174 

IV. Millie " b. Dec. 27, 1869. 2175 

V. Augusta '' b. Mar. 26, 1875. 2176 

VI. Mark M. ''- b. JunelO, 1878. 2177 

VII. Elsie Dean . " b. Nov. 13, 1881. 2178 



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1468. NATHAN COLE HICKCOX, born Nov. 4, 1855; 
married, May 11, 1881, Mary E. Buchanan, born Oct. 2, 1857. 
He is Clerk of the County Court of Moniteau County, Mo. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. James Reginal Hickcox,b.Aug. 26, 1882; d. Sep. 1, 1882.2179 

1539. CHARLOTTE A. MARKELL, born June 2, 1859; 
married, Oct. 24, 1877, Frank P. Klock, of the firm of Water- 
man & Klock, clothing merchants, at Oneida, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Bertha Klock, b. April 2, 1880. 2180 

1579. EDWARD ADAMS CHILDS, born at North Adams, 
Mass., Sept. 9, 1842; married, Oct. 19, 1869, Maggie Gray, born 
June 27, 1845, at Lewiston, N. Y. Wholesale boot and shoe 
dealer, 16 Front St., East, Toronto, Canada. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Arthur Edward Childs, b. Sep. 4, 1870. 2181 

II. David Hope " b. Aug. 6, 1872. 2182 

III. Clara Katie " b. Oct. 4, 1875. 2183 

IV. Ethel Gray " b. May 24, 1880. 2184 

V. Mary Gertrude " b. Nov. 11, 1881. 2185 

1582. MARY LUSEBA CHILDS, born Nov. 11, 1849; mar- 
ried, Sept. 19, 1871, Wni. Henry Lailey, born April 23, ll648. 
Children born in Toronto. P. 0. address, Northvilla Blon St. 
West, Toronto, Ontario. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Frederick Thomas Lailev, b. Aug. 25, 1872. 2186 

II. Muriel Hope " ' b. Aug. 24, 1875. 2187 
III W^alter Whitney " b. May 5, 1879. 2188 
IV. Oswald Childs' " b. Aug. 16, 1880. 2189 

1584. SARAH EMILY CHILDS, born Nov. 15, 1855; mar- 
ried, Sept. 13, 1877, James Wright, of Toronto, Canada. P. 0. 
address, Toronto North, Ont. 

« 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Ina Genevieve Wright,b. Nov. 23, 1880. 2190 

II. Shirley Nelson " b. July 9, 1882; d. Aug.2, 1882.2191 



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1585. ELLEN IRENE CHILDS, bom July 19, 1840; mar- 
ried, Jan. 16, 1866, Dr. James A. Bazin, surgeon dentist, of Mon- 
treal, Canada. 



'? 



CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. A daughter, b. Feb. 28, 1868; d. same day. 2192 

II. Mary Irene Bazin, b. Mar. 3, 1869. 2193 

III. Lydia Caroline " b. June 19, 1870. 2194 

IV. Alfred Turner " b. Dec. 31, 1872. 2195 

V. Walter Childs " b. Oct. 15, 1879. 2196 

1586. LYDIA SIGOURNEY CHILDS, born Aug. 29, 1843; 
married, Jan. 16, 1868, Wm. B. Gilford, manufacturer, of New 
York, now of Montreal, Canada. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Miriam Childs Gifford, b. Oct. 25, 1868. 2197 

II. Alfred William " b. Feb. 10, 1873. 2198 

III. Percival Frederic " b. Sep. 13, 1881. 2199 

1589. SARAH ELIZA CHILDS, born Jan. 28, 1844; mar- 
ried, Sept. 10, 1873, Herbert B. Murllers, of Rockville, Conn. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Herbert Childs Murllers, b. Oct. 5. 1877. 2200 

II. Marion Sigourney " b. Feb. 2, 1882. 2201 

1590. MARY LOUISA CHILDS, born April 27, 1845; mar- 
ried, Jan. 28, 1869, Edward C. Crofts, of Northampton, Mass. 
He died May 12, 1874. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Harry Clinton Crofts, b. Feb. 8, 1870. 2202 

II. David Childs " b. Dec. 24, 1871. 2203 

1593. ELLA KINSLEY CHILDS, born Oct. 26, 1852; mar- 
ried, Sept. 6, 1876, Wm. Warnock, of Minneapolis, Minn. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry Childs Warnock, b. Nov. 8, 1877. 2204 

II. Harold Wm. " b. Dec. 10, 1880. 2205 

1599. CHARLES MOSHER GREEN, born Sept. 6, 1855; 
married, Oct. 24, 1878, Carrie Elizabeth Sterling, born Nov. 20, 
1860, in Canandaigua. He is of the firm of Gay lord & Co., 
wholesale and retail dealers in groceries, 162 Main St., Canan- 
daigua, N. Y. 



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1606. HATTIE B. PRATT, bom Jan. 28, 1857; married, 
Oct. 10, 1878, H. W. Magee, lawyer. Children born in Chicago. 
Address, 115 East Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN, TENTH QENERATION. 

I. Jerome P. Magee, b. Nov. 25, 1879. 2206 

II. Wayland W. '• b. Sep. 24, 1881. 2207 

1616. MARY LOVISA BANKS, born Oct. 11, 1851; mar- 
ried, Oct. 10, 1878, Wm. G. Selleck, insurance agent, of Engle- 
wood, N. J. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Eliot Selleck, b. Mar. 14, 1880; d. Aug. 1, 1880. 2208 

II. Harry T. " b. June 13, 1881; d. same day. 2209 

III. William S. '' b. June 13, 1882. 2210 

1620. HELEN STOCKBRIDGE WELLS, born Aug. 25, 
1853; married, Auj^. 12, 1879, Elam S. Allen, dealer in leaf to- 
bacco, Cleveland, Ohio. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Nellie W. Allen, b. July 17, 1880; d. Aug. 2, 1881. 2211 

II. LuceliaT. " b. Oct. 7,1881. 2212 

1629. EDGAR KIRTLAND FIELD, born July 13, 1855; 
married, Sept. 14, 1876, Lilian Jewell, of North Java, N. Y. 
Merchant. Firm of Jewell & Field, North Java. No children. 

1630. WILLARD COLE FIELD, born at Lyons, N. Y., 
Aug. 10, 1858; married, Nov. 8, 1882, Luella Hammond, born 
May 7, 1865. Telegraphist and farmer. Residence, Watts- 
burg, Pa. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 
I. Stella Hellen Field, b. Sept. 4, 1883. 2213 

1673. CALVIN S. CROWELL, born Jan. 3, 1838; married, 
March 6, 1862, Carrie M. Cornwell, born March 19, 1842. Com- 
mission merchant, 124 North Wharves, Philadeli^hia, Pa. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Frank W. Crowell, b. Mar. 31, 1871; d. Dec. 10, 1872. 2214 

II. R.Herbert " b. June 28, 1873. 2215 

III. Arthur H. " b. Mar. 31, 1875. 2216 

IV. Calvin F. " b. Aug. 21, 1877. 2217 

V. Harry C. " b. Dec. 12, 1881; d. Dec. 31, 1882. 2218 



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1674. OLIVE A. CROWELL, bom March 31, 1842; mar- 
ried, Dec. 26, 1866, Augustus G. Fisher, born Nov. 16, 1835. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Eloise Fisher, b. Jan. 21, 1875. 2219 

1680. JOAN H. C. HOWES, born Dec. 21, 1851; married, 
July 20, 1876, Wm. C. Howes, born Jan. 25, 1851. Address, 
Oak Hill, Fla. Children born at Oak Hill. 

CHILDREN TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Thomas P. Howes, b. Dec. 5, 1878. 2220 

II. Willie L. " b. Sep. 4,1880. 2221 

III. Martha P. " b. Dec. 26, 1881. 2222 

1689. ELLA B. SEARS, born Jan. 31, 1851; married, Oct. 
16, 1875, Irving A. Dunn, milk dealer, born Aug. 18, 1850, in 
Rutland, Mass. P. O., Worcester, Mass. Children born in 
Worcester. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Luella S. Dunn, b. July 2, 1876. 2223 

II. Milton J. " b. May 18, 1879. 2224 

1690. MILTON H. SEARS, born June 1, 1854; married, 
June 12, 1878, Emma C. Carpenter, born April 6, 1854, in Graf- 
ton. Farmer and milk dealer. P. 0., Worcester, Mass. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Mabel H. Sears, b. July 7, 1879. 2225 

II. H. Franklin " b. Sep. 30, 1880. 2226 

III. Winthrop S. " b. Aug. 21, 1882. 2227 

1691. ABBIE L. SEARS, born April 11, 1859; married, 
Sept. 21, 1880, John W. Clarkson, machinist, born Jul}^ 8, 1858, 
at Oldham, Eng. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. George S. Clarkson, b. Feb. 15, 1882. 2228 

1692. CHLOE C. HALL, born April 22, 1858; married, 
Nov. 4, 1877, E. Herbert Howes, born Nov. 30, 1864. 



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CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. William G. Howes, b. June 15, 1879. 2229 

II. Herbert H. " b. May 10, 1881. 2230 

1703. CLARISSA SEARS NYE, born Aug. 30, 1845;* mar- 
ried Samuel Curtis Smith, teacher in English High School, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Curtis Nye Smith, b. Jan. 14, 1876. 2231 

II. Franklin Elmer " b. Apr. 4, 1877. 2232 

1708. ELLEN FRANKLIN SNOW, born March 13, 1842; 
married, 1864, Geo. Henry Snow, Cashier of Cape Cod Bank, 
Harwich, Mass. Children born in Harwich. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Nelly Fanny Snow, b. May 2, 1865.* 2233 



II. Mary Lillian 

III. Hannah Winslow 

IV. Laura Bennett 

V. Bertha Reeves 

VI. Charles Brooks 



b. Jan. 18, 1868. 2234 

b. Mar. 10, 1870. 2235 

b. Aug. 1 9, 1873. 2236 

b. Dec. 6, 1876. 2237 

b. Nov. 18, 1879. 2238 



'J 



1710. ANNA ELIZA SNOW, born Feb. 24, 1848; married, 
Feb. 4, 1875, Capt. Joseph H. Harding, of Chatham, Mass. 
Residence, Harwich, Mass. No children. 

1712. JOSIAH WINSLOW ROGERS, born Nov. 29, 1842; 
married, Jan. 1, 1865, Sarah Moore, of St. John, N. B. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. LilHan Winslow Rogers, b. May 27, 1867. 2239 

II. Frederic M. " b. Nov. 1, 1870. 2240 

III. Josiah " b. Mar. 30, 1873. 2241 

1713. ABBOTT STILLMAN ROGERS, born Jan. 19, 1851; 
married, 1872, Carrie Stickney, of Salem, Mass. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 
I. Daisy Stillman Rogers, b. Dec. 16, 1873. 2242 

* Married, Dec. 25, 1883, Alpheus Weeks, of Harwich. 



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1720. IDA OLIVIA ELDRIDGE, born May 29, 1853; mar- 
ried, Jan. 14, 1872, Charles W. Mayo, born Jaii. 6, 1850, died 
Oct. 5, 1880. Residence, South Orleans, Mass. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 
I. Mary S. Mayo, b. Sept. 1, 1876, in S. Orleans. 2243 

1735. CAPT CHARLES H. FREEMAN, born June 29, 
1853; married, April 26, 1883, Cornelia A. Lincoln (No. 1756), 
born July 8, 1852. Residence, Brewster, Mass. 

1760. JANE B. CLARK, born Oct. 28, 1851; married, March 
28,. 1872, Henry S. Tuttle. She died July 3, 1883, at Elwood, 
Iowa. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Marian Edna Tuttle, b. May 4, 1873. 2244 

II. Kathleen Grace '' b. Apr. 2, 1875. 2245 

III. Harry Alvan " b. June 23, 1877; d. May 1, 1880.2246 

IV. Jennie Elizabeth " b. July 22, 1879. 2247 

V. Evie Florence " b. May 31, 1883. 2248 

1762. FREDERIC A. DUNKIN, born June 19, 1856; mar- 
ried, 1878, Nancy J. Goodenow, born Oct. 31, 1861. Farmer. 
Address, Wall Lake, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Mabel Esther Dunkin, b. Nov. 14, 1878. 2249 

II. Frank L. " b. Aug. 1, 1882. 2250 

1764. SARAH SUBMIT DUNKIN, born May 18, 1862; 
married, Jan. 1, 1880, Joseph Benson Southwell. Address, 
Boy den, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. E. Myrtle Southwell, b. Sept. 10, 1883. ^ 2251 

1767. ELEANOR MARY WADE, born Sept. 11, 1856; mar- 
ried, July 23, 1874, Thos. Benton Leinbaugh, born July 23, 
1853. Commercial agent. P. O., Elwood, la. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Clara E. Leinbaugh, b. Sep. 6, 1875. 2252 

II. Emma Clark " b. Mar. 19, 1877. 2253 

III. Thos. Benton F. " b. Aug. 24, 1879. 2254 

IV. Jennie May " b. Oct. 2, 1882. 2255 



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1768. CHARLES L. WADE, bom Nov. 3, 1860; married, 
Dec. 26, 1883, Ada Frances Eckman, of El wood, Iowa, born 
Dec. 27, 1865. Occupation, carpenter. Resides at Elwood. 

1816. ELLA RODGER, born Aug. 19, 1855; married, June 
6, 1877, C. W. Laird, born May 10, 1854. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Bertha Laird, b. May 6, 1878. 2256 

1823. CARRIE A. VAN VLECK, born Feb. 19, 1855; mar- 
ried, July 18, 1877, Russell B. Wheeler, born March 28, 1841. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. James A. Wheeler, b. Dec. 20, 1880. 2257 

1830. MARY A. HALL, born May 20, 1852; married, Aug. 
24, 1875, Dr. Darwin A. Stewart, born at Croydon, N. H., April 
5, 1842, and received his medical education at the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons in New York. Residence, Winona, 
Minn. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Herberta Stewart, b. May 18, 1878, in Newark, N. J. 2258 

II. Dugald A. " b. Dec. 10, 1879, in Winona,Minn. 2259 
IIL McDonald " b. Nov. 8, 1881, in " " 2260 

1907. CHARLES H. WAITE, born June 17, 1855; married, 
March 6, 1879, Ida C. Brown, born Nov. 17, 1857. Clerk for 
Howard & Goodrich, Bellows Falls, Vt. She died March 30, 
1880. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 
I. Clayton H. Waite, b. Nov. 22, 1879. 2261 

1924. FREDERIC ITHAMAR LANE, born Aug. 9, 1852; 
married, April 14, 1880, Frances R. Wiley, born April 29, 1854. 
They reside at Westminster, Vt. 

1926. CAROLINE LUCINDA LANE, born July 11, 1857; 
married Frederic S. Oaks, a Bank Teller of the National Bank 
at South Framingham, Mass., where they reside. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Henry Lane Oaks, b. Jan. 28, 1882. 2262 



— 165 — 

1946. EVELINE M. WILCOX, born Feb. 8, 1854; married 
James H. Risdon, Jan. 8, 1877. She died April 10, 1878, at 
Geneva, IlL 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. James Harry Risdon, b. Feb. 15, 1878, at Geneva, IlL 2263 

1947. SARAH SEARS WILCOX, born Feb. 29, 1856; mar- 
ried Gary E. Holbrook, May 21, 1878. They reside at Little 
River, Kans. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Kate Douglas Holbrook,b. Mar. 3, 1879, at Rochelle,Ill. 2264 

II. Delyra " b. Sep. 2, 1881; d. JunelO, 1882.2265 

2036. LELAND LEWIS CURKENDALL, born May 25, 
1853; married Ida L. Anderson, June 4, 1874. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Edith Louise Curkendall, b. Apr. 22, 1875. 2266 

II. George Lewis '' b. Sep. 23, 1878. 2267 

2038. SARAH ELEANOR CURKENDALL, born Aug. 20, 
1856; married John F. Delano, Dec. 25, 1876. She died Feb. 

21, 1882. 

CHILDREN, TENTH GENERATION. 

I. Jessie Irving Delano, b. Oct. 31, 1877. 2268 

II. Sarah Eleanor Louise " b. Feb. 9, 1882. 2269 



ERRATA. 



Page 33, line 19 from top, for the second "where" read "were". 

Page 34, line 22 from top, for "children where all born", read 
"children were all born". 

Page 34, line 23, for "both where buried", read "both were 
buried". 

Page 67, line 19 from top, for "Francis D." read "Frances D." 

Page 84, Hue 8 from top, for "Rev. James Freeman Clark", 

read "Rev. James Freeman Clarke". 

Page 69, lines 6 and 7 from bottom, for "of Georgia (Augusta) 

University, and of Gottingen University, Germany," read "and 

of Georgia Augusta University, Gottingen, Germany." 



— 1B6 — 

"YOUR FATHERS, WHERE ARE THEY?" 

Muse in the ancient graveyards, at tlie close of a Summer day, 
List to the evening breezes, as they move the tender spray; 
And a voice, with mournful accents, is borne on the breeze away — 
A voice from the years departed—'' Your fathers, where are they ?" 

The grass-grown mounds remind us that their frames in dust repose. 

That their years of busy labor are brought to a final close; 

And joined to the former ages, is each departed year. 

But the silent mounds are watered with fond affection's tear. 

The stone, in its native rudeness, where that mound of earth was made , 
To keep the spot in memory, by a careful hand was laid; 
Or the sculptured shaft, erected with its nice proportions high, 
Will show, to children's children, where the fathers' bodies lie. 

Beneath the weeping willows, where cypress boughs are spread, 
We stand with solemn reverence, among the slumbering dead 
Of successive generations, whose bodies moulder here, 
^s on the graven stones by the records doth appear. 

Go strew these graves with roses, on each departing year. 
For here their dust reposes, but the fatliers are not here; 
Life's mission with them ended, but the fathers did not die. 
Their voices now are blended, with angels' songs on high. 



The generations come. 
But quickly pass away; 

Man makes himself a home. 
But short his earthly stay. 

lie propagates his kind, 
His children 'round him rise. 

But soon they're left behind. 
In death tlie father lies. 

The work, we have to do. 
Must speedily be done; 

IIow soon we bid adieu, 
To all beneath the sun. 

The grassy grave-yards hold 
The forms to us so dear. 

All men are growing old, 
Quickly they disappear. 

But now 'tis ours to toil, 
And bravely labor on. 

That we, a record good. 
May leave when we are gone. 



167— 



FAMILIES OF CLARKE, IN ENGLAND. 



[From Burke's Landed Gentry-] 

Clarke of Ardington, County Berks, A. D. 1433. 

Clarke of Melton Place, Northampton, Reign of Henry VIII. 

Arms. Argent, on a bend gules, between three pellets; as 
many swans of the field. On a sinister canton 
azure, a demiram salient of the first, and in chief 
two fleur des lis. or. Over all, a baton, trunked. 

Crest. A ram's head, couped, proper. 

Motto. ^^E7'ectus non Flatus " 

Clarke of Bridwell House, County Devon, A. D. 1600. 

Arms, Argent, on a bend gules between three pellets, as 
many swans of the field. 

Crest. A swan chained to a pellet. 

Motto. ^'Carpe diem?'' 

Clarke of Handsworth, County Stafford. A. D. 1652. 

Clarke of Hyde Park, Cheshire, A. D. 1750. 

Clarke of Belford Hall, Northumberland, A. D. 1766. 

Clarke of Comine Castle, County Perth, Scotland. From Alanus 
Clarke, A. D. 1349. 

Clarke, Sir William Henry, of Hitcham, County Buckingham, 
born Sept. 13, 1793, succeeded as Ninth Baronet on the demise 
of his father, who was lineally descended from Sir John 
Clarke, of Weston, Knt. , a military man of great valor, who 
had the fortune to make prisoner Louis d'Orleans, Due de 
Longueville, at Blandy near Terrovane, Aug. 14, 1513, in the 
5th year of Henry VIII. 

This action was fought at Blandy, the object of the French 
being to relieve Terrovane, which was besieged by Henry VIII. 
The French were defeated and most of their leaders captured, 
among whom were the Duke de Longueville, La Fayette, Bayard 
and Bussy d'Amboise. Sir John was for this service rewarded 
by the King with an honorary addition to his arms; namely, in 
the sinister part of the shield, "A canton azure with a demiram 
salient, argent; in chief two fleur des lis, or; and over all, a 
baton, trunked," being the arms of the Duke, which by martial 
law belonged to his captor. Sir John Clarke died in 1539. 



— 168 — 

Arms. Argent, on a bend gules, between three pellets; aS 
many swans of the field. On a sinister canton 
azure, a demiram salient of the first, and in 
chief two fleur des lis, or. Over all, a baton, 
trunked. 

Crest. A ram's head couped, proper. 



[From Burke's Baronetage and Peerag-e, 5th Ed. 1837.1 

John Were Clarke of Halverton, County Devon, 1650, has 
these arms: 

Argent on a bend gules, between three pellets; as many 
swans proper. 

This coat of arms has no crest; on the shield is a bend to 
show that he was not the first owner. 

Another family of Clarkes, in Durham, has the same shield, 
with the crest added. 

"A swan ducally gorged, and with a chain d'or. With her 
foot on an ogress." 

An ogress or pellet is a cannon ball, or bullet; painted black, 
it signifies war. When these are painted yellow, they are called 
bezants, and signify money or commerce. When red, they are 
called torteaux, and are Roman Catholic emblems, signifying 
the Holy Wafer. 

Richard Trevor Clarke, of Northamptonshire, has these arms: 

Argent, on a bend gules, three swans proper between 
three torteaux. 

Motto. ^^Erectus non elatusy 

Samuel Clarke, of Boston, when in London, about 1774, made 
inquiry at the Herald's Office for the Clarke arms, and a shield 
was given him which is the same as that of Sir John Clarke, of 
Weston, but we have no evidence that Thomas Clarke, of Ply- 
mouth, came from that Buckingham family. As, hoAvever, 
most of the name in England bear the swans and pellets, it is 
probable that the American branch is entitled to them. The 
Indian and Ship, supporting this shield, were assumed by 
Samuel Clarke, as well as the motto, when he had the engraving 
made in London, which he used as a book-plate. The supporters 
indicate his country and profession, and the motto, ''^Soeye pro 
rege^ semper pro patria,^^ shows the popular feeling at that period 
in America, when something of loyalty for the crown remained, 
but was not identified with patriotism, as in Old England. 



INDEX. 



A. 

PAGE. 

Abbott, Mary E 141 

Abbott, Thomas, Rev 99 

Academy, Corning Free 114 

Academy, French Imperial . . 125 

Academy, Phillips 124 

Academy, Wallkill 63 

Academy. West Point Milit'y 85 

Academy, U. S. Nayal 59, 114 

Adams, Elisha C 33, 59 

Adams, Elizabeth 33, 59 

Adams, George K 59 

Adams, Mary L 59, 117 

Adams, Mordecai 33 

Adams, Samuel C 59 

Adams, Sarah A 110 

Aldricli, Ilattie 133 

Allen, Bartholomew G 76, 146 

Allen, Charlotte M 76, 145 

Allen, ElamS 160 

Allen, Henry M., Capt 76 

Allen, John M 76, 144 

Allen, Joshua 146 

Allen, May Eliza 142 

Allen, Nathan H 76, 145 I 

Allen, SilasB 76 

Allyne, Catherine 40 

Anderson, Ida L 165 

Andrews, Ada 86 

Andros, Sir E., Gov 10, 18 

Angell, Stephen II 101 

Anne, Ship 10 

Arctic, Steamship 27 

Arms, Cephas 52 

Arms, Charles H 52, 105 

Arms, Julia H 52, 105 

Arnold, Desda 103 

Arnoux, Mary K Ill 

Arthur, Chester A., Pres Ill 

B. 

Babcock, Henry F 146 

Baird, S. P., Prof 73 

Baker, Addie C. 45 

Baker, Annie M 154 

Baker, Barnabas 24 

Baker, Benjamin 45 

Baker, Benjamin C 45, 92 

Baker,EllenT 107 

Baker, Luke 25 

Baker, Luke C 25 

Ballard, F. G 37 

Bangs, Alfred W 89 

Bangs, Clarendon 89, 152 



PAGE. 

Bangs, Edward 19, 23 

Bangs, Elizabeth 81 

Bangs, Hulda 23 

Bangs, Joshua 19, 22 

Bangs, Mary B 62 

Bangs, Mehitable 22 

Bangs, Nathaniel 22 

Bangs, Rhoda 27 

Bangs, Sarah 22 

Bangs, Thankful 22 

Bangs, Thomas 22 

Bangs, William H 89, 152 

Banks, Henry W., Col 113 

Banks, Mary L 113, 160 

Barber, George M 105 

Barber, Samuel W Ill 

Bardwell, Betsey L 46 

Barlow, Sarah 16 

Barnard, R. M 44 

Barrett, Hepzibah 24 

Barrett, Humphrey 24 

Barrett, James, Col 24 

Barrett, John 24 

Barrett, Samuel 24 

Barrett, Thornton 24 

Bartlett, Mary 16 

Bartol, Cyrus, Rev 86 

Bassett, Elisha 34 

Bassett, Mary 34 

Bassford, Mary C 57 

Bates, Charles C 58, 116 

Bates, Eleanor C 77, 146 

Bates, Henry H 58, 116 

Bates, Isabel. 116 

Bates, Noble E 77 

Bates, Susanna M 77 

Bates, Thomas C 76 

Bates, William 58 

Bay, Buzzard's 78 

Bazin, James A., Dr 159 

Beach, Martha A 47 

Bean, Agnes A 52 

Bean, Samuel 35 

Bebee, Fanny A 140 

Belden, Hannah A 113 

Bement, Sarah 65 

Bemis, Georgiana L 133 

Benjamin, Mary 18 

Bennett, Sarah R 157 

Benson, Maria P 77 

Benson, Stillman, Hon 77 

Berry, Elsie R 49 

Berry, Fanny 61 

Berry, Mehitable S 42 



II 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 



Berry, Mercy 34 

Berry,]^^ 21 

Berry, Susan C 78 

Blaisdell, Oscar H 145 

Blake, Susan S 133 

Bland.Rev. Dr 66 

Blankmship, Albert C 77, 147 

Blankinship, Caroline M.. .77, 147 

Blankinship, Charles , 39 

Blankinship, David W 76, 146 

Blankinship, Edwin A. 39, 76, 146 

Blankinship, Henry Y 77, 147 

Blankinship, Jas.W., Capt.77, 147 

Blankinship, Joseph 39, 76 

Blankinship, Warren 77 

Blossom, Thomas 10 

Bogardus, Ora H 54 

Bombay, Steamship 59 

Bort, Emma 83 

Borop, Charles E 135 

Borrows, Mary 24 

Bourne, Richard 16 

Bouvier, Anna M. 148 

Bowles, Mary J 122 

Boy den, Mariette M. . . = 95 

Brackett, Charles F 138 

Bradford, Lacy 79 

Bradstreet, Simon, Gov 13 

Braley , Almira S 131 

Braley , Gorham C 132 

Bray, Mary 61 

Bridgeman, Charlotte 38 

Bremner, James 121 

Brintnall, Eliza J 46 

Briggs, Abigail C 39, 77 

Briggs, Cornelius 39 

Briggs, lihoda A 39, 76 

Briggs, Silas 39 

Bronaugh. Fred. T., Capt 155 

Bronson, Ann Mrs 72 

Brooks, Almira 72 

Brown, Cora 86 

Brown, Ida C 164 

Brownlee, Carrie 151 

Bruce, E -54 

Bruce, James S 40 

Bryan, Eliza 146 

Bryant, Dr 36 

Bryant, William CuUen 36 

Buchanan, Mary E 158 

Buckhout. C. Amelia 128 

Bullard, Caroline A 66 

Bullock, Helen C 130 

Bundy, Phebe 75 

Butterfield, Frank 133 

Burgess, Lucy P 177 

By am, Martha A., Mrs 83 

C. 

Cady , Charles C 110 

Cahoon. Susannah 92 

Calef, Capt 24 

Cambria, Steamship 27 

Campbell, Clara A 137 



PAGE. 

Campbell, Edward R., Dr. ... 143 

Campbell, Flora E 134 

Cantfield, Valentine W 145 

Carleton, Mr 35 

Carpenter, Emma C 161 

Carpenter, Louisa 72 

Carpenter, William J 156 

Carroll, Morris P 131 

Carrott, Mr 38 

Carter, Lucy C 156 

Carver. Elizabeth 96 

Carver, Gov 96 

Carv. James C, Hon 102 

Cashin, Stephen F 153 

Central America, Steamship. . 11 1 

Chadwick, William S 90 

Channing, W. H 84 

Chaplin, Evelyn M 146 

Chapman, Abraham 92 

Chapman, Harriet jS" 82 

Chapman, W^illiam, Dr 24 

Charles I. and II., King 13 

Chase, Charles D 27, 41, 81 

Chase, Elizabeth W 86 

Chase, Julia 41, 81 

Chase, Luke 40 

Chase, Olivia 41, 81 

Chetlain, Henry B 157 

Child, Edith 148 

Child, Pascal P 139 

Childs, Edward 56, 110 

Childs, Edward A 110, 158 

Childs, EUaK HI, 159 

Childs, Ellen I HO, 159 

Childs, Hannah F 56, 111 

Childs, Henry 56, 110 

Childs, Henry II 56, 111 

Childs, Louisa H 56, 111 

Childs, Lydia S HO, 159 

Childs, Mary L. . .110, 111, 158, 159 

Childs, Otis. Capt 55 

Childs, Sally F 56, 111 

Childs, Sarah E. .110, 111, 158, 159 

Childs, William S 56, 110 

Chipman, Hannah 18 

Church, Sarah 37 

Churchill, William B., Capt. . 70 
Clark, Abigail. .. . . .23, 26, 27, 31 

Clark, Abigail 33, 34, 52, 65 

Clark, Abigail F 47, 94 

(nark, Abby Nye 



;iv. 



72 



Clark, Abraham 26, 37 - 

Clark, Agnes E. S .46, 93 

Clark, Albert G 58, 116 

Clark, Albert P 29, 45 

Chirk, Alfred F 36, 69 

Clark, Almira 35, 67 

(^ark, A Ivan 26, 34 

Clark, Alvaii, A. M 34, 63 

Clark, Alvan G 64, ()5, 125 

Clark, Andrew • 21 

Clark, Anna A 1-1, 91 

Clark, Anna S 38 

Clark, Atherton, Dr 2b, 36 



INDEX. 



Ill 



PAGE. 

Clark, Atherton, Maj 69, 134 

Clark, Barnabas . . 23, 26, 34, 35, 63 

Clark, Barnabas A 67, 130 

Clark, Barnabas G 35 

Clark, Betsey 27, 39 

Clark, Betsey B 39, 78 

Clark, Caroline 32, 44, 91 

Clark, Caroline L 38, 74 

Clark, Caroline S 39, 77 

Clark, Catharine L 52 

Clark, Charles A 39, 55, 78 

Clark, Charles H 44, 91 

Clark, Charles S 38, 74 

Clark, Charlotte 25, 30 

Clark, Charlotte A. . . .37, 72, 139 

Clark, Charlotte D 32, 55, 108 

Clark, Charlotte E 55, 110 

Clark, Clara A 66, 128 

Clark, Clarinda 36. 69, 135 

Clark, Cleopatra 36, 71 

Clark, Cornelia S 58, 116 

Clark, Daniel 26, 34, 65 

Clark, Deborah M 45, 92 

Clark, Desire. 27, 39 

Clark, Dorcas F 35, 68 

Clark, Ebenezer 21, 35, 67 

Clark, Edward 31, 52 

Clark, Edward B 66 

Clark, Edward H 72 

Clark, Electa M 32, 54 

Clark, Ellen A 38, 69, 75, 135 

Clark, Ellen H 39 

Clark, Elisha. . . .23, 25, 21, 40, 80 

Clark, Elishar.,Dr 31 

Clark, Eliza 22, 32, 39, 44 

Clark, Eliza 55, 76, 91 

Clark, Eliza A 55, 110 

. Clark, Eliza J 29, 45 

Clark, Elizabeth 22, 35 

Clark, Emily F :.. .70, 136 

Clark, Emily M 39, 77 

Clark, Emily W 70, 136 

Clark, Eugene 71, 138 

Clark, Fanny 26, 38 

Clark, Fessenden.23, 26, 36, 37, 70 

Clark, Frances L 46, 93 

Clark, Frances M 72, 138 

Clark, Franklin A 72, 139 

Clark, Franklin W 67, 131 

Clark, Frederic H 63, 124 

Clark, Freeman 30, 46 

(lark, George 68, 133 

Clark, George, M. D 35, 68 

Clark, George, A 44, 46, 93 

Clark, George B 65, 124 

Clark, George M 67, 131 

Clark, George H 72, 139 

Clark, Guy 71, 138 

Clark, Hannah. . .23, 25, 26, 29, 30 

Clark, Hannah 31, 33, 44, 58 

Clark, Hannah 1 36, 70 

Clark, Hannah M 35, 68 

Clark, Harriet 69, 135 

Clark, Harriet F 38, 74 



Cnark 
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Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
(lark 
Clark 
Clark 
(Uark 
Clark 
Clark 
Claak 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Cnark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
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PAOF 

Harriette E 67, 130 

Haskell 35, 67, 129 

Helen L 58, 116 

Henry 30,65, 125 

Henry F 27,71,72, 136 

Hitty 26, 35 

Horatio K 69, 135 

Huldah 23 

Isaac 29, 46 

Isaac, Capt 25, 29 

Isaac H 46 

Isaiah 25, 29 

Ira -67, 129 

Irene 32, 54 

Irene C 55, 108 

James 23, 27 

James M 78, 148 

James M., Capt 39, 77 

Jane B ^,.^:^. .123, 163 

Jeremiah M. 29, 46 

Jerusha 26, 34 

Joel II 71, 137 

John 13,27, 39 

John II 45 

Joseph H 39, 78 

Joseph N 37 

Joshua 23,26,35, 67 

Joshua V.H 33, 58 

Judah 25, 30 

Judah W 47, 94 

Julia 31,35, 51 

Julia A 52, 103 

Kezzie H 40, 80 

Kimball 23, 25 

Lawrinda R 63, 124 

Lewis B 71, 138 

Lincoln, Hon 31, 51 

Lincoln E 52, 104 

Lot 14, 18,19,29, 44 

Louisas 31, 53 

Lucinda 36,71, 138 

Lucinda A 31, 52 

Lucretia 27,39, 75 

Lucy 22 

Lydia N 47, 94 

Margaret A 46, 92 

Maria A 55, 108 

Maria L 65, 125 

Maria T 72 

Mark 23, 27,35,40, 67 

Marshall 37, 72 

Martha E. 81 

Martha G 39, 76 

Matilda E 39, 76 

Mary 20,21,34, 65 

Mary A 72,80, 149 

Mary C 66. 127 

Mary E 44, 58, 91 ^ 116 

Mary F 65,71, 126 

Marv J 63, 123 

Marv L 46, 93 

MaryM 31,53, 55 

Mary A. N 37 

Mary P 29, 44 



IV 



INDEX. 



30 
6(5 
59 

38 



34 

70 
40 
27 



PAGE. 

Clark, Mehitable 35, 67 

Clark, Mercy 23, 25, 26, 

Clark, Mercy 35, 37, 

Clark, Myraetta K 33, 

Clark, Nathan 27, 

Clark, Nathan H 39 

Clark, Nathaniel 21 

Clark, Olive. .26, 27, 33, 35, 40, 66 

Clark, Oliver 25, 26, 32, 38 

Clark, Oliver E 55, 108 

Clark, Oliver K 32, 54 

Clark, Perez 36, 71 

Clark, Perez, Capt 26, 36 

Clark, Phebe 46, 92 

Clark, Phoebe 25 

Clark, Reliance 23 

Clark, Reuben 23, 26, 

Clark, Reuben S 36, 

Clark, Rhoda .27, 

Clark, Roland 19, 22, 23, 

Clark, Sabra C 31, 53, 63, 124 

Clark, Sally B 27, 40 

Clark, Samuel 34, 65 

Clark, Samuel II 63, 123 

Clark, Samuel N 37, 73 

Clark, Sarah 21, 26 

Clark, Sarah A 72, 139 

Clark, Sarah G 37, 42 

Clark, Sarah H 33, 58 

Clark, Sarah 1 67, 131 

Clark, Sarah M 36, 37, 69 

Clark, Sarah M 70, 72, 134 

Clark, Sarah N 40, 80 

Clark, Scott 71, 138 

Clark, Scotto 21 , 23, 25, 26 

Clark. Scotto 31 , 32, 37, 55 

Clark, Seth 19,21,23, 25 

Clark, Sheldon 22 

Clark, Sophia .82, 54, 55, 109 

Clark, Sophia A 68 

Clark, Sophia C 71, 137 

Clark, Strabo 29, 44 

Clark, Susan 22 

Clark, Susan D 39 

Clark, Susanna 27 

Clark, Susanna M 78, 147 

Clark, Tabitha 25, 32 

Clark, Temperance 29, 45 

Clark, Thankful . .20 ,23, 25, 26, 27 

Clark, Thankful 33, 34, 38, 63 

Clark. Theodosia A 126 

Clark. Thomas 11, 14, 25, 32 

Clark, Thomas A .33, 58 

Clark, Tully 23 

Clark, Tully A 36, 72 

Clark, Wallace S 70, 136 

Clark, Walter S 70, 136 

Clark, Willliam 23, 34, 39, 66 

Clark, William, Capt 29, 45 

Clark, William H 45, 47, 92 

Clark, William 37, 73, 140 

Clark, William S., Prof. . . .36, 69 

Clark, William T 58, 115 

Clark, Winslow , . . 30, 46 



Clarke, Abigail 16, 19, 25 

Clarke, Abraham F .43, 85 

Clarke, Albert 59 

CUarke , Andre w . . 1 1 , 14 , 1 9 , 20 , 22 

Clarke, Anna 16 

Clarke, Anne 14 

Clarke, Aurora, B 105 

Clarke, Barnabas 24 

Clarke, Benjamin 21 

Clarke, Charity 14 

Clarke, Charles A 59, 116 

Clarke, David 14 

Clarke, Deborah 14 

Clarke, Ebenezer 21 

Clarke, Eliot C 85, 150 

Clarke, Elizabeth 16, 20 

Clarke, Hannah 17,19. 20 

Clarke, Hepzibah 25, 28 

Clarke, James 14,16, 19 

Clarke, James F., Rev. .43, 84, 150 

Clarke, John 14, 18 

Clarke, John, Dr 16 

Clarke, Joseph 14, 19 

Clarke, Josiah. 16 

Clarke, Lydia 21, 22 

Clarke, Mary 14, 19 

Clarke, Margaret 19 

Clarke, Mehitable 14, 22 

Clarke, Nathaniel .... 9, 10, 14, 17 

Clarke, Nathaniel 18, 21, 22 

Clarke, Rachel 14 

Clarke, Rebecca 16 

Clarke, Samuel ,14, 17 

Clarke, Samuel C 43, 83 

Clarke, Samuel, Dr 28, 42 

Clarke, Samuel, Mai. . . , , , .25, 28 

Clarke, Samuel F., Prof 73 

Clarke. Sarah 16, 17 

Clarke, Scotto 14, 20 

Clarke, Seth 14 

Clarke, Susanna 14. 16, 17, 20 

Clarke, Thomas . .9, 11 , 13, 14, 83 

Clarke, Thomas C 43, 85 

Clarke, Thomas, Lieut. . . .14, 19 
Clarke, Thomas, Lieut. . . .21, 22 

Clarke, William 14, 16, 17 

Clarke, William H 43, 85 

Clarke, Winifred 21 

Clarkson, John W 161 

Clayton, Alvah C 24 

Cleveland, Polly 47 

Cobb, Anson . . .' 95 

Cobb, Samuel 22 

Codman, John T. , Dr 80 

Coe, Mary E 114 

Cole, Andrew B 101 

Cole, Emma C 114 

Cole, James 12 

Cole Phebe 41 

College, Amherst . ..51, 53. 69, 93 

College, Amherst 95, 96, 105 

College, Antioch 73, 142 

College, Beloit 63 

College, Dartmouth 42 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 

College, Harvard 28, 85, 87 

College, Harvard. . . .139, 140, 150 

College, Smith 73 

College, Spencer's Commercial 12G 

College, Vassar 103 

College, Wheaton 142 

College, Williams 53, 73, 142 

College, Yale 25, 73, 93, 142 

Collins, Cornelia W 94 

Collins, Lizzie D 122 

Coolidge, Joseph 42 

Cooper, Russell 66 

Comstock, Charlotte G 50 

Comstock, Harriet A 101, 157 

Comstock, John E 50, 101 

Comstock, Nellie M 101 , 157 

Comstock, Samuel 50 

Comstock, Samuel P 101 , 157 

Comstock, Sophia A 101, 157 

Compton, Louise 144 

Coppin, Robert 9 

Cormerais, John 72 

Cornell, Lillian E 46 

Cornish, Samuel 16 

Cornv^ell, Carrie M 160 

Cressy, Levi 66 

Crocker, Joan H 117 

Crocker, Virginia 139 

Crofts, Edward C 159 

Cromwell, Oliver 13 

Crosby, Huldah 62 

Crosby, Lydia F 45 

Crosby, Thankful . , , 23 

Crow, Elizabeth 16 

Crowell, Abby M 119 

Crowell. Calvin S 117, 160 

Crowell, Elisha 117 

Crowell, Isaiah 60 

Crowell, James 81 

Crowell, Olive A 117, 161 

Crowell, Simeon Rev 30 

Crowell, William 60 

Cunningham, James 86 

Cunningham, Miss 87 

Curkendall, George, Col 146 

Curkendall, Leland L 147, 165 

Curkendall, Sarah E 147, 165 

Curtis, Gen 126 

Curtis, Martha 14, 28 

Curtis, Mary L 123 

Curtis, Obadiah 28 

Curtis, William 84 

Curtiss, Lucius 50 

Cushman, Robert 9 

D. 

Dalton, George T 62, 122 

Dalton, Grace 122 

Dalton Mary 122 

Dalton, Thomas, Capt 61 

Darrah , Henry H 91 

Davis, Hattie C 115 

Davis, William N 75 

Davis, William P 61 



PAGE. 

Dawes, W. R., Rev 64 

Dayton, Helen F 129 

Dean, Nathaniel W., Hon 101 

Deane, Eliza 10 

Deane, Stephen 10 

Defoe, Mary M 98 

Delaney, Mary A 105 

Delano, Bessie R 143 

Delano, John F 165 

Delano, Sophia M 143 

De Lano, Milton 109 

Delgado, Viola 145 

Dennie, William 28, 29 

De Vermandois Sohier, Alice 150 

Dexter, Eliza 41 

Dexter, Henry M 9 

Dickinson, Harriet 112 

Dickinson, Loyal G 48 

Dickinson. William A 150 

Didymus, Thomas 84 

Dillingham, Isaac 24 

Dillingham, John 20, 21 

Dillingham, Lydia 19 

Doane, Cornelia V. 62, 123 

Doane, Huldah 19, 23 

Doane, Isaac 62 

Dodge, William 147 

Dohrn's Museum 73, 142 

Doolitte, Harriet 69 

Dolphin, Brig 28 

Dotey , Edward 10 

Dow, George H 146 

Drew, Charles 27 

Drew, Sylvester 78 

Duchesne, Capt 27 

Dunbar, Adeline 44 

Dunkin, Frederic A 123, 163 

Dunkin, Perry 123 

Dunkin, Submit 123, 163 

Dunn, Irving A 161 

E. 

Eaton, D.S 44 

Eaton, Mary B 44 

Eckman, Ada F .'. 164 

Edes, Abigail 38 

Edwards, Frances 138 

Eldridge, Ida 120, 163 

Eldridge, Thomas L 120 

Ellis, Ruth 1 115 

Ellis. Samuel 119 

Elizabeth. Queen 13 

Emerson, John, Rev 31 

Emerson, Rebecca 31 

Emerson, R. W 84 

Estabrook, Harriet A 68 

F. 

Faber, Charlotte F 146 

Farnham, George H 100 

Farnsworth, Abram 81 

Farrell , S. Maria 95 

Fay, Flora B 153 

Fessenden, Clarissa B 120 



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INDEX. 



PAGE. 

Field, Almeron 32, 57, 114 

Field, David 32, 57 

Field, EdQ^ar K 114, 160 

Field, Electa 95 

Field, Electa M 56, 112 

Field, Eliakim 32, 56, 57, 115 

Field. Esther 32, 57 

Field, Francis S 57, 114 

Field, Louisa 32 56 

Field, Louise 56, 112 

Field, Lucy W 57, 114 

Field, Maria L 57, 115 

Field, Martha F 57, 118 

Field, Oliver C 32, 56 

Field, Sally 32, 55 

Field, Sophia 32, 56 

Field, Susan H 56, 112 

Field, Tabitha C 32, 56, 57 

Field, Thomas B 57, 114 

Field, Willard C 114, 160 

Finn, Rose 57 

Fisher, Augustus G 161 

Fisher, Susan S 85 

Fiske, Kate 115 

Fiske, Miss 87 

Fitch, Eliza C 89 

Flanders, Emily 73 

Fleming, Charles W 116 

Fletcher, Mary A., Mrs 132 

Ford, John D 47 

Foster, Chillingworth. ...... 20 

Foster, Francis B 92 

Foster, Sarah E 153 

Frary, Lydia 110 

Freeman, Abigail. ... 30, 34,61 , 62 

Freeman, Abigail C 61, 121 

Freeman, Benjamin F 106 

Freeman, Caroline 61, 121 

Freeman, Charles, Capt 61, 121 

Freeman,CharlesH.,Capt.l21, 163 

Freeman, Cordelia 62, 122 

Freeman, Edmund 19, 20 

Freeman, George, Capt 61, 121 

Freeman, Hannah 34 62 

Freeman, Hatsuld 26 

Freeman, Henry, A. M , . .34, 62 

Freeman, Henry V. . . . 63, 123 

Freeman, Horace 62 

Freeman, James, Rev 28 

Freeman, Jerusha 26, 34 

Freeman, John 16 

Freeman, John B 121 

Freeman, Jonathan .... 34, 61 

Freeman, Lydia 21 

Freeman, Olive C 62, 79, 122 

Freeman, Sally M 37 

Freeman, Sarah 45 

Freeman, Solomon, Capt. .34, 62 

Freeman, Solomon, Hon 33 

Freeman, Thacher 20 

Freeman, Thankful 34, 61 

Freeman, Temperance 34 

Freeman. Varnum 34 

Freeman, William 20, 34, 61 



PAGE. 

Freeman, William, Capt.. .61, 121 

Frost, Benjamin 69 

Frost, Charles S 69, 134 

Frost, Henry S 69, 134 

Frost, Maria S 69, 133 

Fuller, John 14, 84 

Fuller, Margaret 84 

Fuller, Mary D 54 

Fuller, Matthew 12 

Fuller, Nancy, Mrs 67 

Fuller, Samuel 10 

Fuller, Samuel, M. D 54 

Fuller, William 54, 108 

Fullerton, George A 42 

G. 

Gage, Benjamin 25 

Gage, Zebulon 23 

Gainey , Sarah A 66 

Gardner, Ruth D., Mrs 65 

Gardiner, Eli 129 

Gardiner, Sally A., Mrs 131 

Garfield, James A., Pres 140 

Gate City, Steamer 119 

Gay, Anne 85 

Gentry. Martha 48 

Gifford, William B 1 59 

Glennon, Getta 104 

Godfrey, Hannah 20 

Goodeli, Lucinda 35 

Goodenow, Nancy J 163 

Gorham, Anna E. . . 139 

Gorham, Hannah 35 

Gorham, Mary E 78 

Gould, Martha 38 

Goza, Malinda 51 

Gracie, Anna M 108 

Graves, Levi 57 

Graves, Maria C 57, 115 

Graves, Mary" A 110 

Graves, Myron C 57, 115 

Graves, Solomon 48 

Graves, Sophia A 48, 97 

Graves, Thaddeus 48, 97 

Gray, Anna 20 

Gray, Daniel P 142 

Gray, Dorothy L 18 

Gray, Edward 16, 18, 20 

Gray, Jane E 96 

Gray, John 20 

Gray, Maggie 158 

Gray, Meliitable 20 

Gray, Samuel 20 

Gray, Sarah 20 

Gray, Susan 60 

Gray, Susanna 20 

{jlray, William 61 

Green, Adaline A 98 

Green, Charles M Ill, 159 

Green, Eli N Ill 

Green, George A 148 

Green, Rebecca C 100 

Gridlev, Adalaide 99 

Griffiths, Sarah 26 



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VII 



PAGE. 

Griswold, Freeman C 93 

Griswold, Hannah 17 

Griswold, Whiting, Hon 93 

H. 

Hadley, Edward L 130 

Hale, Claras 74 

Hale, Samuel 74 

Hall, Abigail 26 

Hall, Achsah H 60, 119 

Hall, Annie P 80 

Hall, Asaph, Prof 64 

Hall, Atherton, Dr 67 

Hall, Bethia 21 

Hall, Caroline 44, 90 

Hall, Caroline M 67, 129 

Hall, Cnarles W 90, 153 

Rail, Chloe C 118, 161 

Hall, Clarissas 60, 119 

Hall, Edwin W 67, 129 

Hall, Elliot C, Rev 106 

Hall, Elizabeth S 67, 130 

Hall, Frances D 67, 130 

Hall, George A. . . .67, 90, 129, 154 

Hall, Gershom 34 

Hall, Hannah 25, 44. 90 

Hall, Henry C 67,129 

Hall, Hepzibah 25 

Hall, Isaac C 44, 90, 153 

Hall, Isabel 60 

Hall, Isaiah B 118 

Hall, Joan H., Mrs 117 

Hall, John W 67, 130 

Hall, Joseph 21, 25 

Hall, Joshua 44, 89 

Hall, Joshua A 89, 152 

Hall, Lizzie F 89, 153 

Hall, Mary A 129, 164 

Hall, Mary C 44, 89, 90 

Hall, Mehitable 26 

Hall, Peter 60 

Hall, Sarah 67 

Hall,Sally 40 

Hall, Susan A 90, 153 

Hall, Winslow 44, 90 

Halleck, Marv P 101 

Hallett, Richard 11, 13 

Hallett, Samuel 19 

Hallett, Temperance 37 

Hamblen, Mary E 129 

Hamm, Edward 114 

Hammond, Charles, Rev 82 

Hammond, Charles H 82, 150 

Hammond, Lizzie J 82, 150 

Hammond, Luella 160 

Hammond, S. Elizabeth 129 

Hancock, Gov 28 

Handy, Eleanor 39 

Hannah, Mary A 105 

Hanson, Mr 35 

Harding, Joseph II 162 

Harkness, Prof 12-5 

Harlow, Achsah 35 

Harlow, Alfred C, 68, 131 



PAGE. 

Harlow, Charles W. 68. 131 

Harlow, Eldad H 67 

Harlow, George R., Hon. . .68, 131 

Harlow, Henry G 68, 132 

Harlow, Juli-^ E 68, 132 

Harlow, Levi K 68, 132 

Harlow. Rhoda A 68, 132 

Hart, Mary E 154 

Hart, Mr 48 

Ilartt, John F 149 

Harris, Benjamin 15 

Harris, Dora 101 

Hartwell, Kate E 146 

Harwood, Lydia 120 

Haskell, Amelia 39 

Haskell, Clara W 62 

Haskell, Henry C 57, 115 

Haskell, John G 57, 115 

Haskell, iSTye 57 

Hawley, John D., Gen 54, 108 

Hawley , Reuben 54 

Ilaynes, Abel 109 

Haywood, Mr 124 

Healy, Nancy 79 

Hempsted, John K 126 

Herndon, Lieut Ill 

Hedge, Abby S 60, 118 

Hedge, Abigail 21 

Hedge, Anna 21 

Hedge, Barnabas 21 

Hedge, Daniel, Capt 60, 119 

Hedge, Elisha 21 

Hedge, John 21, 60 

Hedge, John M 82, 149 

Hedge, Joseph 82, 150 

Hedge, Lucy L 60. 118 

Hedge, Mary 21 

Hedge, Mehitable 60, 81 

Hedge, Milton P., Capt. . . .60, 81 

Hedge, Sarah 21 

Hedge, Susan G 60, 118 

IHchborn, Isannah 79 

Hickcox, Benjamin 30, 49, 51 

Hickcox, Benj. F., Hon 31, 49 

Hickc ox, Charles 31 , 50 

Hickcox, Charles G.v. 51, 102 

Hickcox, Clark 49, 100 

Hickcox, Clark A 100, 156 

Hickcox, Edward M 100, 156 

Hickcox. Edward Y 31 . 50 

Hickcox, Elisha C 31, 49 

Hickcox, Eloise M 49, 100 

Hickcox, Franklin W 49, 98 

Hickcox, George 49, 100 

Hickcox, George M. : 100, 155 

Hickcox, George W., Gen.. 31, 49 

Hickcox, Harriet' 31, 50 

Hickcox, Harriet E..49, 50,99, 100 

Hickcox, H. Maria 49, 99 

Hickcox, Helen E 100 

Hickcox, Henry C 49, 98 

Hickcox, Ida M 100, 156 

Hickcox, James 49, 99 

Hickcox, James F 31, 51 



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IKDEX. 



PAGK. 

Hickcox, John F 9S, ]o4 

Hickcox, John S 50, 102 

Hickcox, Laura E 100, 155 

Hickcox, Louisa 31, 48 

Hickcox, Louise M 50, 101 

Hickcox, Maria A 31, 50 

Hickcox, Martha A .49, 99 

Hickcox, Mary J 50, 101 

Hiclicox, Mellicent M 50, 102 

Hickcox, :N'athan C 102, 158 

Hickcox, Nathaniel D. . . .100, 156 

Hickcox, Sophia 50, 102 

Hickcox, Thomas G 51, 102 

Hickcox, Truman V 49 

Hickcox, William C 106, 156 

Higgins, Olive, Mrs 79 

Higgins, Willard S 122 

Hill, Maria 50 

Hinckley, Thomas 16 

Hinton, Historian 22 

Hispaniola, Island 28 

Hitchcock, Alfred, M. D 68 

Hitchcock, Alfred 68, 133 

Hitchcock, Hiland C 68, 132 

Hitchcock, Julia F 68, 133 

Hitchcock, Submit 63 

Holbrook, Carey E 165 

Holden, Lydia 34 

Holdredg^e, Ellen 140 

Hollett, Lucelia 116 

Holmes, Winslow 137 

Holt, Eva C 141 

Holway , Abby J 89 

Homer, Minnie 150 

Hopkins, Hannah 25 

Hopkins, Phebe 35 

Hopkins, Thomas 19, 20 

Horn, George W., Eev 155 

Houghton, Lucy 67 

House, AlmaryC 108 

Houston, Claude 151 

Howard, Anna A 76, 145 

Howard, Catharine H 43, 86 

Howard, Elizabeth 43, 86 

Howard, Francis 76 

Howard, Francis, Mrs 23, 24 

Howard, Frank H 76, 145 

Howard, Hepsy C 43, 86 

Howard, John C 43 

Howard, John C, Dr 43, 86 

Howard, Lucy B 76, 145 

Howard, Simeon, Kev 43 

Howe, Caleb 66 

Howe, Julia 66, 128 

Howell, Anna, Mrs 25 

Howes, Ab])y 60, 117 

Howes, Alpheus 81 , 149 

Howes, Calvin 117 

Howes, Desire 27 

Howes, E. Herbert 161 

Howes, Eliza T 150 

Howes, Henry 27, 60, 117 

Howes, Isaiah 41, 82 

Howes, James II 120 



PACE 

Howes, Joan H. C 117, 161 

Howes, Joel 60 

Howes, Joseph 118 

Howes, Levi A 82, 150 

Howes, Levi, Capt 82' 

Howes, Mary E 93 

Howes, Myra 42, 82 

Howes, Olive C 60, 117 

Howes, Rhoda 41, 60 

Howes, Roland 42, 82 

Howes, Sarah 60 

How^es, Sarah C 42, 82 

Howes, William C 161 

Howes, Zoeth 59, 60, 117 

Ilowland, Allen M 96 

Howland, Asa A.. Dr 47, 94 

Ilowland, Clark M 47, 95 

Howland, Edward 48, 95 

Ilowland, Emma B 95 

Ilowland, Elizabeth A 95 

Ilowland, Francis 48, 96 

Ilowland, George 48, 96 

Ilowland, Ilattie C V)5, 154 

Ilowland , Henry, Col 48, 96 

Ilowland, James H. . . 95, 154 

Ilowland, John 47, 94, 96 

Ilowland, Samuel F 47 

Howland, Walter M 48, 97 

Howland, Wm. Avery 47 

Ilowland, William, Hon. . .48, 95 

Hoyt, Albert M 130 

Hoyt, Mary J 152 

Hubbard, Mary A 97 

Hubbard, Susannah 58 

Huckins, Thomas 16 

Iluggins, Phebe M 74 

Iluidekoper, Anna 84 

Huidekoper, Herman J 84- 

IIull, Joseph 22 

Hull, Rebecca P 42 

Hull, Richard 84 

Hull, William 42 

Hull , William, Gen 22 

Hunt, Ellen A 136 

Hunt, Mary C 70 

Hunter, David 94 

Hunter. Joseph, Rev 9 

Ilurd, Hiram I). 117 

Ilurd, Mary , 121 

Ilurd, Pliebe H 121 

Iluse, Mary 74 

Huston, James C 83 

Hyde, Sarah G 46 

I. 

Indians, Pequot 11 

Ingraham. Walter B 149 

Irving, Mary G 34 

Island, Claiii's 9, 10, 18, 22 

Island, Bird 78 

J. 

Jackson, Lucy 152 

James I. and il., King 13, 15 



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IX 



PAGE. 

Jenkins, Sophia C 62 

Jerome, Henry B 138 

Jewell, Lillian 160 

Johnson, Abner M 66, 127 

Johnson, Alvan 66, 126 

Johnson, Cyrus S 112 

Johnson, David 65 

Johnson, E. Payson 66, 127 

Johnson, Franklin 127 

Johnson, Hannah G 72 

Johnson, Wesley 66, 127 

Johnson, William W 66, 126 

Johnson, William W., Rev. . . 65 

Jones, Bassett 151 

Jones, Catharine C 114 

Jones, Capt. 9 

Jones, EllaG 147 

Jones, Enoch C 121 

Jones, James L 156 

Jones, Mrs 68 

Jones, Philena F 152 

Joiner, Martha B 156 

Judd, Emma B. . . 107 

K. 

Keep, Mary E '131 

Keith, James, Rev 31 

Keith,*Lucinda 31 

Keith, Samuel D 122 

Kelley, Frank 150 

Kellogg, Emeline tl05 

Kendrick, Julia 61 

Kenyon, Phineas 124 

Kimball Henry 12 

King, John 145 

King, J. E 97 

King, Nathaniel 23 

Kingman Martin 146 

Kingsbury. Edward R f 149 

Kinsley, Esther L 110 

Kittridge, William C 130 

Klock, Frank P 158 

Knowles, Albert F., Capt 62 

Knowles, Elijah 62 

Knowles, Elijah E., Capt. 45,62, 122 

Knowles, Henry 62, 122 

Knowles, Solomon F 62, 122 

Knowlton, C. Julia 128 

Knox, Henry, Gen 29 

Knox, 'Julia 29 

L. 

La Fayette, Marquis 28 

Lailey, William H 158 

Lair, Benjamin F 108 

Laird, C. W 164 

Lake, Delos, Hon 58, 59 

LaLande, Medal 125 

Landon, Josephine B 130 

Lane, Caroline L 137, 164 

Lane, Emma 94 

Lane, Frederick 1 137, 164 



PAGK. 

Lane, Henry C 71, 137 

Lane, Ithamar 71 

Lane, Maria 71 

Earned, Lucinda M 83 

Law, Elizabeth 104 

Law School, Cambridge 104 

Law School, Harvard 93, 140 

Law School, New Haven 96 

Lawrence, Herbert H 90, 154 

Lawrence, Isaac S 90 

Leason, Harriet A 55 

Leavitt, John H 104 

Lee, Harrison 128 

Lee, Maria B 131 

Leete, Sidney W 70 

Leinbaugh, Thomas B 163 

Leonard, Georgie 144 

Lester, Deborah 32 

Lewis, Eben 18 

Lewis, Ichabod N., Capt 77 

Lewis, Mary E 102 

Lewis, Matilda L 77, 146 

Lincoln, Cornelia A 123, 163 

Lincoln, Frances 46 

Lincoln, Jonathan 19 

Lincoln, John W., Capt 123 

Lincoln, Abraham, Pres 59 

Lincoln, Rebecca 18 

Lindsay, Amelia F 148 

Linnell, Sarah A 40 

Litchfield, Emily C 72 

Litchfield, William G 72 

Little, Charles H 91 

Little, Ephraim, Rev 17 

Locke, Mehitable 141 

Lockman Euphamie A 156 

Lockwood, John R 99 

Lockwood, Maggie 81 

Lockwood, Nancy M 54 

Loomis, Lucelia 113 

Lothrop, Abigail ...16, 18 

Lothrop, Barnabas, Hon 17 

Lothrop, John, Rev 17 

Lothrop, Joseph 17 

Lothrop, Sarah J 109 

Lothrop, S. K., Rev 17 

Lothrop, Susanna 11 

Louis Phillipe 29 

Low, Amelia D 97 

Lowell, William 37 

Lucas, Joseph 10 

Luce, Alfred E., Capt 75, 144 

Luce, Christopher C 143 

Luce, Elisha C., Capt 39, 76 

Luce, ElishaC 75, 144 

Luce, Elizabeth J 75, 143 

Luce, Frank M 75, 144 

Luce, George L., Capt 75, 143 

Luce, Henry C 75, 143 

Luce, James C. , Capt 27 

Luce, Joseph, Capt 27 

Luce, Martha G 75, 144 

Lull, Almon, Dr 101 

Lull, Carolena L 101 



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IKDEX. 



PAGE. 

Lull. Maria A 101, 157 

Lull, SusanH 101, 157 

M. 

Macgowan, Peter S 153 

Macy, Elizabeth M 145 

Macy, Thomas 145 

Magee, H. W 160 

Magulphin, Hannah E 136 

Mangold, Maggie M 139 

Margison, Mary, Mrs 57 

Markell, Charlotte 54 

Markell, Charlotte A 1(;7, 158 

Markell, Clark H 54, 107 

Markell, Elizabeth D 54, 106 

Markell, Jacob 54, 107 

Markell, John, Hon 54 

Markell, Maria L 54, 107 

Markell, Wm. Lester, Col.. 54, 107 

Martin, Polly 102 

Marvine, Sarah 49 

Mason, John, Col 11 

Maxwell, Mary 104 

Mayflower, Ship 9, 10, 22, 96 

Mayhew, Bethia 17 

Mayo, Charles E 44, 89 

Mayo, Charles W 120, 163 

Mayo, Jeremiah 44 

Mayo, Mary C 44, 89 

Mayo, Samuel 120 

McCarroll, Ellen M 51, 102 

McClallen, Ehoda 115 

McCormick, Josephine 115 

McDowell, George W 100 

McGinnis, Alice M 154 

McLean, Emma S 144 

Mendall, Seth G 76 

Merrill, Polly A 59 

Metcalf , Elizabeth 156 

Miller, Orpha 37 

Miller, Rebecca 16 

Monroe, Sarah E., Mrs 116 

Moore, Sarah 162 

Mosely, Frederic P 91 

Mosely, Jennie M 124 

Mosher, Charles Ill 

Morris, Theodore J 148 

Morrison, Clarissa P 50 

Morrison, Harriet H 50, 101 



PAGE 

Morse, Whipple 38, 75 

Morton, Charles 30, 47 

Morton, Consider 30 

Morton, Eliza 30, 48 

Morton, Eliza Ann 47 

Morton, Hannah 30, 47 

Morton, Mercy 30, 48 

Morton, Nancy 30, 47 

Morton, Secretary 18 

Morton, Sophia 30, 48 

Morton, Walter D 47 

Moulton, Lavinia 116 

Murllers, Herbert B 159 

Murray, Susan E 136 

Myers, Helen H .99, 155 

Myers, Henry M . 99 

Myers, Laura V 99, 155 

Myers, Martha A 99, 155 

N. 

Nash, Duane H 53, 160 

Nash, Ella E 119 

Nash, Henry C 53, 105 

Nash, John A 53, 105 

Nash, John A., Rev 53 

Nash, Laura 56 

Nash, Scotto C 53, 106 

Nason, Charles H 42 

Needham, Mary C 127 

Newkirk, Mary M 124 

Newton, Gilbert S 88 

Nichols, Alice, Mrs 11, 13 

Nichols, John 13 

Nicholson, Ada 139 

Nickerson, Albert W 79, 148 

Nickerson, Emxaa L 79, 149 

Nickerson, Emeline 40 78 

Nickerson, Elizabeth 79, 148 

Nickerson, Erederic W 145 

Nickerson,: George F 40, 79 

Nickerson, Henry 79, 148 

Nickerson, Joseph 40, 79 

Nickerson, Josiah, Capt 119 

Nickerson, Lucy 40 

Nickerson, Lucy B 79, 148 

Nickerson, Peter S 119 

Nickerson, R 25 

Nickerson, Sarah C 40, 78 

I Nickerson, Scotto 24 



Morrison, James 50 

Morrison, Maria L 50, 101 

Morse, Charles F., Col 73, 140 

Morse, Clark S 75 

Morse, EmmaL 75, 142 

Morse, Emeline 38 

Morse, Inez E 75, 143 

Morse, John D 38 

Morse, Mary L 38 

Morse, Robert M 72 

Morse, Robert M., Hon 73, 139 

Morse, Ruth 32 

Morse, Samuel 38 

Morse, Sarah M 75, 142 

Morse, Tyler 38, 75 



North, Mary 21 

Nutting, Arthur F 112 

Nutting, Mary P 137 

Nutting, Porter 112 

Nye, Abigail 37 

Nye, Clarissa S 119, 162 

Nye, Franklin 119 

Nye, Samuel,Dr 37 

Nye, Urias S 157 

O. 

Oakey, Alexander T 88, 152 

Oakey, Daniel 88 151 

Oakey, Sarah C 88, 151 

Oakey, William F 88 



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PAGE. 

Oaks, Frederic S 164 

Observatory, Naval 64 

Olcott, Lucy A 55 

Olmsted, John C 102 

Oneida, man-of-v^ar 59 

Onondaga, History of 58 

O'Reilly, Mary E 132 

P. 

Paddock, Mary 25 

Paddock, Friscilla 19 

Paddon, John W 80 

Page, Ellen 90 

Page, James C, Dr 98 

Paine, Lemuel 135 

Palmer, Lester E 108 

Parker, Alice 14 

Parker, Celia A 45 

Parker, James H 98 

Parker, Josiah W 98, 154 

Parker, Maria L 98 

Parker, Oliver 98 

Parr, Mary E 155 

Partridge, Agnes M 148 

Patten, Charles 74 

Patten, Charles A 155 

Patten, Polly H 73 

Paul, LolinC 142 

Payne, Prank H 135 

Pease, Dianthe 65 

Pease, Maria 63 

Peck, Wolsey , Hon 51 

Peirce, William 4 

Pelton, Montgomery 128 

Pember, Orah 71 

Penn, William, brig 46 

Perham, Abbie R 133 

Perry, Francis D 69, 133 

Perry, P. F ^. .... 68 

Perry, Sidney F f^.. 69, 133 

Phelps, Emma R 113 

Phelps, Hattie 149 

Phillips, Mary D 110 

Phinney, Stephen C. 144 

Pierce, Martha C 91 

Pixley, Aristeen 49 

Piatt, John W 157 

Playter, Henry J 109 

Pond, Eliza A 94 

Porter, Emily 110 

Porter, Fidelia 65 

Porter, Jonathan E 53 

Porter, Lisdal 69 

Postill, Mary 151 

Powell, Mary 39 

Powell, William 12 

Pratt, Caroline D 140 

Pratt, Hattie B 112, 160 

Pratt, James H.. 112 

Preble, Edward, Com 22 

Preble, Jedediah, Hon 22 

Prewitt, Margaret 98 

Prime, Alice 20 

Privott, Mollie 101 



PAGE. 

Puffer, Alanson R 137 

PuUiam, W.M 48 

Pumpelly, James F 115 

Purrington, Charles 94 

Putnam, Edwin F 115 

Putnam, Sylvia A 131 

Q. 

Quimby, Charles H 115 

R. 

Rafferty, Aletha 66 

Randall, Sarah E 116 

Ranney, Aretas 71 

Ranney, Charles F 74, 140 

Ranney, Charles S 74, 142 

Ranney, Edson H 74, 141 

Ranney, Emma S 71, 137 

Ranney, Ephraim 37 

Ranney, Francis 63 

Ranney, Freeman 37, 73 

Ranney, George 74, 141 

Ranney, Henry — 74, 141 

Ranney, Matilda 71, 137 

Ranney, Scotto C 74, 141 

Ranney, Sullivan 37, 74 

Ray, Charles H., Dr 103 

Remington, Lucretia 58 

Reynolds, Florence C 97 

Reynolds, John, Hon 97 

Richards, Harriet 69 

Richards, Lizzie 72 

Richards, Sarah G 118 

Richards, William, Rev 69 

Richardson, John. Hon 88 

Ricketson, Lizzie W 144 

Rider, Patience H 19 

Ring, Mary, Wid 10, 18 

Ring, Susan 10, 13 

Risdon, James H 165 

Ritchey, Tamar 100 

Roberts, John 22 

Rodger, Ella 128, 164 

Rodger, James 66 

Rodger. Jane E 66, 128 

Rodger, Olive M 66, 128 

Rodger, William C 66, 128 

Rogers, Alice 14 

Rogers, Abbott S 120, 162 

Rogers, Gershom 22 

Rogers, Josiah W 120, 162 

Rogers, Lucy H 120 

Rogers, Mary A 132 

Rogers, Stillman 120 

Ross, Clarissa 56 

Rowe, Carrie E 55, 109 

Rowe, Cornelia G 55, 109 

Rowe, George B 55 

Rowell, Laura E 75 

Royal Astronomical Society, . 64 

Ruddock, Helen E 125 

Russell, Carrie G 96 

Ryder, Hannah 90 



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PAGE. 

Kyder, Mehitable C 121 

Eyder, Susanna G 90 

S. 

Sage, E. W 86 

Sanderson, Electa 56 

Sargeant, Mary E 132 

Sargent, Ella C 151 

Sargent, Henry J 43, 87 

Sargent, Howard 43, 87 

Sargent, John T 43, 86 

Savage, James 10 

Sayles, Charles H 109 

Schley, Dr 88 

Schley, James M 88, 152 

Schley, William S 88, 152 

Scott, Sophia S 50 

Scotto, Joshua 15 

Scotto, Mehitable 11, 14 

Scotto, Thomas H, 14, 15 

Scotto, Thomasine 15 

Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
Sears 
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Sears 
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Abbie L 118, 161 

Abigail H 36 

Abraham W 91 

Barnabas 92 

Barzillai 41, 81 

Benjamin 41, 81 

Benjamin L 81 

Bessie 81, 149 

Calvin 41 

Chloe C 82, 150 

Clarinda 36 

Clarissa 33, 60 

Deborah 29 

Ella B 118, 161 

Elizabeth L 41, 81 

Elizabeth W 42, 83 

George 33, 60 

George F 42, 83 

George O 60, 118 

George T 79, 148 

Henry, Dea 28, 41 

Henry H 82, 150 

Isadore M 81 

Jonathan 25, 36 

Joseph 27, 28 

Josephs 41,42, 83 

Joshua 33 

Lydia A 42 

Mary H 42 

Micajah 23 

Milton H 118, 161 

MyraH 82 

Nabby 33, 60 

Nathan 82 

K 20 

Olive 33, 41 

PaulF 149 

Peter 28, 37, 42 

Rebekah 41, 82 

Richard F 42, 83 

Roland 28 

Sarah 33, 59 

Sarah F 42, 83 



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Sears, Sarah L 81, 149 

Sears, Susan H 81, 149 

Sears, Sylvanus 118 

Sears, Temperance 29 

Sears, Thankful 28, 41 

Sears, Zachariah 28, 41 

Sears, Zebina 28, 41 

Selleck, William G 160 

Seymour, Cornelia 108 

Shaw, Carrie T 148 

Sherburne, Leander J 93 

Sherman, Celia M 129 

Sherman, Nellie M 79 

Sherwood, Nehemiah 104 

Shuttle, William 11 

Simons, L. E.,,Dr 133 

Simonds, Martha 61 

Silvia, Emily "39 

Simmons, Mary E 98 

Sims, Phebie A 58 

Sirius, Star 64 

Skinner, Francis 42 

Slayton, G. W 50 

Sleeper, Mary 152 

Sleeper, Thomas 152 

Smalley, Cynthia B 150 

Smalley , Julia 150 

Smith, Anna A 136 

Smith, Benjamin 35, 36, 68 

Smith, Charles B 68, 133 

Smith, Darius 26 

Smith, Elmer F 148 

Smith, Enos, Dr 36 

Smith, Hannah W 58 

Smith, Harriet 36 

Smith, Ida E 89 

Smith, John R 110 

Smith, Joseph S 93 

Smith, Julia A 51 

Smith, AiraF 36, 68 

Smith, Mnria E 154 

Smith, Mary C 70 

Smith, Nathan, Prof 42 

Smith, Phebe A 36, 69 

Smith, Roderick R 137 

Smith, Samuel 18 

Smith, Samuel C 162 

Smith, Sarah C 36, 69 

Smith, Sarah P. . : 127 

Smith, Susan p 85 

Smith, Willianl M 148 

Snell, Ebenezer S., Prof 53 

Snell, Sabra C 53 

Snell, Thomas, Rev. Dr 53 

Snell, Tirzah S 53, 106 

Snook, Jerome M 133 

Snow, A. C 81 

Snow, Ann Eliza 119, 162 

Snow, Ellen F 119, 162 

Snow, Georgie A. B 119 

Snow, George H 162 

Snow, Nelly F 162 

Snow, Patience 36 

Snow, Reuben F 92 



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Snow, Samuel 38 

Snow, Sewell F 119 

Snyder, George 55, 109 

Snyder, John, Rev 55 

Snyder, Sarah 55, 109 

Sophia, M, Brig 37 

Souther, William H 83 

Southern Eagle, Ship 62 

Southwell, Joseph B 163 

Spare, Eugene 157 

Spaulding, Hattie 1 138 

Spaulding, Margaret T 152 

Spear, George N 82 

Speedwell, Ship 9 

Sprague, Louise 152 

Stanton, Clara E 142 

Stanzell, William 124 

Starkweather, Hamilton 72 

Stearns, Frank W 136 

Sterling Carrie E 159 

Stetson, Sarah M 147 

Stevens, Emma A 138 

Stevens, Nancy AY 46 

Stewart, D 54 

Stewart, James T., Dr 103 

Stickney, Carrie 162 

Stimson, John N" 125 

Stimson, Mary M 115 

Stockbridge, Henry D 48, 98 

Stockbridge, Hiram F 48 

Stockbridge, Hiram R 48, 97 

Stone, Allen A 113 

Stone, Jared M. , Rev 52 

Stone, Mehitable 22 

Strong, Harriet S 126 

Struve, Otto, Dr 64 

Sturgis, Samuel 16 

Sturtevant, Eveline 72 

Styles, Joseph 128 

Sullivan, James 88, 151 

Sulivan, James S., Dr 43, 87 

Sullivan, John 88, 151 

Sullivan, Marianne A 43, 88 

Sullivan, Meredith A 43, 89 

Sullivan, Olivia B 43, 88 

Sullivan, Sally W 43, 88 

Sullivan, Swan 88, 151 

Sullivan, William 43 

Sutton, John 16 

Swan, Christiana K 29, 43 

Swan, Eugene"? 154 

Swan, Hepzibah 29, 43 

Swan, James 28, 29 

Swan, Sally W 29, 43 

Sweet, Anna E 116 

Swift, William 16 

Sylvester, Angeline 57 

T. 

Taliaferro, R. H 101 

Taplin, Edward R 132 

Taylor, Isaac B 35 

Tenny , Cordelia R 127 

Terry, Antoiiio E , 122 



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Thacher, James 18 

Thayer, Margaret 46 

Thomas, Harriet 79, 148 

Thomas, Judge 18 

Thomas, William 78 

Thompson, Cecile R 154 

Thompson, Hattie D 132 

Thornton, Lattie 124 

Thrall, Auc^ustus 48 

Thrall, Mary L 48, 98 

Tilton, Benjamin 65 

Tilton, Vashti A 96 

Timerman, Ellen 107 

Torrey, Ida 112 

Tredwell, Georgette 106 

Trimble, Matthew M 134 

Trott, Simeon 11 

True, Philena 141 

Tucker, MarvE 92 

Tutt, James H 100 

Tuttle, Ellas A 116 

Tuttle, Henry S 163 

U. 

Underbill, Capt 11 

University, Brown 74 

University, Cambridge, Eng.. 142 

University, (Chicago 142 

University, Georgia 69 

University, Gottingen 69 

University, Harvard.. .86, 125, 144 
University, Johns Hopkins 73, 142 

University, Leipsic 142 

University, Lombard 99 

V- 

Valentine, Alice 106 

Valentine, Jane 87 

Van Antwerp, Louisa C 129 

Van Vleck, Alexander 128 

Van Vleck, Carrie A 128, 164 

Vermilye, Washington R 157 

Vesta. Steamship 27 

Vose, Judge 96 

W. 

Wade, Charles L 124, 164 

Wade, Eleanor M 124, 163 

Wade, George H 124 

Waite, Charles H 136, 164 

Waite, Frederic A 136 

Waite, Sarah 22 

Wales, Mary K 75 

Walker, Corona 134 

Wallen, Ralph 11 

Ware, Caroline C 52, 104 

Ware, Edward K 52, 104 

Ware, Elisha C 52, 105 

Ware, Lucinda A 52, 104 

Ware, Lyman, Dr 52, 104 

Ware, Ralph 52 

Ward, Alvena E 135 

Ward, John E S8 



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Ward, J. G 34 

Warne, MidaD 97 

Warner, Eugene F 68 

Warner, Walter G 68, 132 

Warnock, William 159 

Warren, Mrs 10 

Warren, Olive N 80 

Wajdand, Francis, Rev Dr. . . 86 

Wayland, Howard 86 

Weaver, Harriet 68 

Webber, Ellen B 78, 148 

Webber, Jane D 78, 148 

Webber, John 78 

Webber, John F 78, 148 

Webster, Milo J 108 

Webster, Rachel 103 

Weeden, Henry 39 

Weeks, Alpheus 162 

Weld, Mary Ann 46 

Wells, Caleb, C 48 

Wells, Daniel W 56, 113 

Wells, David F 56, 112 

Wells, Elisha 56 

Wells, Eunice W 56, 113 

Wells, Helen S 113, 160 

Wells, Henry A 38 

Wells, Joseph S 56, 113 

Wells, Otis C 56,113 

Wheeler, Russell B 164 

White, Amelia 51 

White, Austin 51, 103 

White, Charles L 51. 103 

White, Joseph 86 

White, Luther 51 

White, Maria 51, 103 

Whitmarsli, Jerusha B 134 

Whitney, Maria 38 

Whiton, Clara 83 

Wilcox, Eveline M 139, 165 

Wilcox, Edward S 139 

Wilcox, Sarah S 139, 165 

Wilcox, Shuler E 139 

Wilder, Abiah 17 

Wiley, Francis R 164 

Willard, Mary M 125 

William and Mary 13 

William III 13 

Williams, Charles A 149 

Williams, Margaret 87 

Williams, Thomas 87 

Williams, Thomas F 99 

Wilson, Edmund B 75, 142 

AYilson, Franklin 1 75, 142 



Wilson, Hugh C 122 

Wilson, Isaac G., Hon 74, 142 

Wing, Amelia W 77, 146 

Wing, Frederic, Capt 81 

Wing, Jabez H 77 

Wing, Sarah P 77, 146 

Wing, Unity H 76 

Winlock, Prof 125 

Winslow, Abigail 24 

Winslow, Abraham 40 

Winslow. Albert 45 

Winslow, Bartlett B 61, 120 

Winslow, Benjamin 33, 61 

Winslow, Colonel 22 

Winslow, Elizabeth 20 

Winslow, Eliza E 45, 92 

Winslow, Elisha D 40, 79, 122 

Winslow, Ella 80, 149 

Winslow, Frances H 24 

Winslow, Frederic A 79 

Winslow, Freeman 33, 61, 120 

Winslow, Hannah C 61, 119 

Winslow, Jerusha 61, 120 

Winslow, JohnC 116 

Winslow, Josiah, Dea 33 

Winslow, Kenelm 17 

Winslow, Louisa 40, 79 

Winslow, Lucy 61 

Winslow, Mary 61 

Winslow, Mary B 61 

Winslow, Mary E 61 , 120 

Winslow, Mary F 45, 122 

Winslow, Nathaniel 45 

Winslow, Olive 61, 120 

Winslow, Roland 40, 80 

Winslow, Thankful 24 

Winslow, Thomas 24 

Winslow, Zenas 24 

Winslow, Zenas, Col 23 

Wood, Mary J. , Mrs 69 

Woodward, Frederic 95 

VVoolcot, Sarah 16 

Wright, Hosea 2.6, 38 

Wright, James 158 

Wyman, Roseline F 138 

Y. 

Yanney, Isaiah 116 

Yock, Catharine 123 

Yoran, Silas M 107 

Young, Ollie 101 



RKFElRElNaKS. 



PAGE. 

American Journal of Science 

and Arts 125 

Baylies' History. . . .10, 14, 16, 17 

Burke's Landed Gentry 167 

Burke's Baronetage and Peer- 
age 168 

Deane's History of Scituate. . 14 
Drake's History of Boston ... 15 
Freeman's Hist, of Cape Cod. 18 
Lower's Dictionary of Kames 9 

Massachusetts Gazette 23 

Missouri Paper 49 



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Morant's Hist, of Essex, Eng. 9 

Mourt's Relation _ , 9 

K. E. Hist, and Gen. Reg. .10, 15 

Palfrey's Hist, of N. E 9 

Plymouth Records 17 

Proceedings of the Royal As- 
tronomical Society, London, 

England 64 

Russell's Guide to Plymouth. 96 

Savage's Genealogical Diet.. . 10 

Thacher's Hist.of Plymouth.9, 10 

Winslow Memorial 24 



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