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X GENERATIONS, 



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Example. — Euth Coleman. By reference to the Index it 
appears that she is the daughter of Oliver Allen Coleman, 
page %^ 

There will be found her father's record. He is the son of 
William B. Coleman, grandson of George Coleman, and so on, 
and his pedigree is given back to the founder. 

She learns that she is of the the 10th generation from 
Thomas. By turning to her grandfather's record she learns 
that he had four sons, "William B,, Jr., George S., Charles S. and 
her father Oliver Allen, so that she has three uncles on her 
father's side. 

Turning to great grandfather's page she finds that he had 
six children, four sons, Wm. B., (her grandfather), Ferdinand, 
James and Silas, and two daughters, Almira and Anna, so she 
has three great uncles and two great aunts. ^ 

As her fathers brother George S. whose page is has a 
daughter Gertrude, she is the possessor of one live cousin. 

If her curiosity is aroused to learn what relation the 
Ingrahams are to her, she turns to the index of families con- 
nected by marriage, and finds that under the title of Ingraham, 
reference is made to page ( * Turning to that page she finds 
that her great grandfather George Coleman's daughter Anna, 
her great aunt, married Dr. T. M. Ingraham, and had 10 children, 
and that she is a cousin several times removed, to them all. 

If she is curious to learn the habitat of her ancestors she 
will find by consulting their respective pages, that her ancestors, 
up to the beginning of the Revolutionary War, were residents of 
Nantucket, and that about that time her great great great grand- 
father Elihu removed to Columbia County, N. Y., where her 
great grandfather was born. She will also learn that her 
grandfather was born in New York City, that her father was 
born at Flatlands, N. Y. and that she herself was born in 
Americus, Georgia. 

If her curiosity is further aroused to learn what blood is 
allied with hers, she will find by referring to the index of 
families, that 18 Macys, 11 Bunkers, a like number of Coffins, 
8 Folgers, and representative of the families of Barnard, Star- 
buck, Paddock, Husseys, and over a hundred others, have at 
different times in the last three hundred years, married into the 
family; and following up her father's record, learns that she is 
a conglomerate of Coleman, Macys, Bunker, Coffin, Folger, 
Barnard, Starbuck and others. 



FIEST GENEKATION. 

1602—1685. 

Thomas Coleman, the ancestor of all tliose of like name, 
who appear of record in this book, was born in Marlborough, 
Wiltshire, England, in 1602, and at the age of 33 came to this 
country with his wife in the ship "James," from Southampton, 
arriving at Boston, June 3, l'fe5.\ol?'5' 

He settled first in Newbu'ry, Mass., where he was admitted 
freeman in 1637, and where his first wife Susanna, died Nov. 
17, 1650. 

He afterwards removed to Hampton, where he 
married Mary, widow of Edward Johnson, July 11, 1651. 

He was married for the third time to Margery, daughter of 
Philip Fowler and widow of Thos. Rowell, of Andover, who 
had been the widow of first Christopher Osgood, of Andover, 
and before 1663 removed to Nantucket, where he died in 1685, 
aged 83. 

Sir Richard Saltonstall, Henry Sewell, Richard and Stephen 
Dammer with others from Wiltshire, England, had organized a 
company for the purpose of stock raising at a time when the 
prices for cattle, horses and sheep were at their highest, and 
Thomas Coleman had been employed by the projectors of the 
stock-raising company to provide food for the cattle and take 
care of them for a specified term of two years. 

Thomas Coleman becoming dissatisfied, for some reason, 
declined to carry out his part of the contract, and the General 
Court finally ordered a division of the grain that had been 
imported, and instructed each owner to take care of his own 
cattle. 

In "Ould Newbury," published by John J. Currier, in 1896, 
appears a plan of the lots laid out to the first settlers in 1635, in 
which Thomas Coleman's name appears as the owner of two 
lots. 

Under date Feb. 27, 1638, appears the name of Jeremiah 
Coleman, signed to a document as one of the select men of 
Newburyport. 

In a history of Newburyport and West Newbury, 1635 to 
1845, by Joshua Coffin, published in 1845, appears the following: 
1645, Dec. 22. "Thomas Coleman having taken a farme so that 
"he cannot attend to lay out lottes, John Pembertou was 
"appointed lott layer in his roome, and to joine with Richard 
"Knight and to have four pence per acre, and what they are not 
"paid for the towne is to see them satisfied for, the legal means 
"being first user to obtayne it." 



Pa. 93. "Among the list of grantees of the proprietors, 
"Book of Kecords of the first settlers from 1636 to 1700, the 
"name of Thomas Coleman appears." 

Pa. 391. " The family of Coleman in Nantucket, are also 
"descended from Thomas Coleman's older children, and those in 
"Newbury are descended from the youngest son, Tobias, the son 
"of Margery, the third wife of Thomas, and who was the widow 
"of Thos. Kowell, of Andover." 

"He moved from Newbury to the North side of the Merri- 
"mack, called Hampton, and about 1659 to Nantucket, where he 
"died at the age of 82." 

His name also appears among the grantees of a deed of the 
Island of Nantucket, made by theWanackmanak Chief, Sachem, 
of the Island, dated January 29, 1671. 

From "Early Settlers of Nantucket," Pa. 44, "Thomas 
"Coleman must have removed to Nantucket prior to 1673, as on 
"October 30 of that year he is recorded as " drawn on jury" 
"there. He is also named with Christopher Hussey and others, 
"in a 4ist of those who settled Hampton, New Hampshire." 

The Island of Nantucket, situated about 30 miles south of 
the main land, was discovered in 1602, by Bartolomew Gosnold, 
an Englishman, and in 1641 was deeded to Thomas Mayhew 
and his son, by James Forrett, Agent of the Earl of Stirling. 

The right of the Mayhews was bought by a company of 
ten persons, who, finding it necessary to encourage immigration 
agreed at a meeting held at Salisbury, Mass., in 1659, for each 
owner to take a partner, or assistant, which should be left the 
choice of each individual to elect one. 

Persons so chosen were *** Thomas Coleman, "Vol. 12, 
N. E. Hist, and Gen. Register, by Drake." 

Thomas Coleman was one of the partners and purchasers 
of Ytih. part of the Island of Nantucket, in 1659, being of those 
chosen by the first 10 purchasers as partners. 

He had a house, lot and other lands set off to him at differ- 
ent times by the committee for laying out lands. 

I find by the old book of records, that he was on a jury 
October 20, 1673. 

He deeded his lands, houses, etc.^ to his son Tobias, to take 
effect after his death, dated November 3, 1673, at which time 
he was by his own declaration in the deed, a resident of Nan- 
tucket, as well as his son Tobias, who had a wife, Lydia, and a 
son Thomas. 



From Book 1, Page 22, County Eecoed, Deed A. 

Be it known unto all men and by these presents declared, 
that I, Thomas Coleman^ of Sherbourne, on the Island of Nan- 
tucket, for divers good and weighty considerations me there- 
unto moving, do hereby freely give, grant, ratify and confirm 
unto my son Tobias Coleman, ten akers of land, part of it being 
that on which his home standeth, and the remainder on the north 
side of his house above the highway. 

This I give to him, at present to have and to hold, to him 
and his heirs forever. I also hereby give unto the said Tobias, 
my son, to enjoy the same after my decease, all my other land, 
both upland and meadow, upon the Island of Nantucket, with all 
the housing that is or may be upon it at the day of my death. 

Thomas and Tobias Coleman, both inhabitants in the town 
of Sherbourne, upon the Island of Nantucket, sell Saml. Bickford 
half a share of Land, Nov. 12, 1678, in the presence of 

Peter Folger. (sg.) Thomas Coleman. 

Wm. Worth. (sg.) Tobias Coleman. 

The Society of Friends on Nantucket originated about or 
after the year 1704, when Thomas Story went there on a reli- 
gious visit. 

He remarks that the people were kind and hospitable, and 
that many of them appeared to be seeking the right way in 
religious matters; that he found but two of the denomination of 
Friends or Quakers at that time, but that the people consisted 
of various persuasions and appeared glad of his company and 
satisfied with his visit; that he had various opportunities with 
many of them to establish a meeting under the auspices and 
direction of the Society of Friends since there appeared to him 
to be great number who believed in their principles. His 
advice was attended to and a meeting established. From this 
beginning the Society increased from time to time. 

The number of members at one period was about twelve 
hundred, and nearly as many more attended their meetings who 
were not members, but fully believed in their principles. 

There is much obscurity resting on the early history of the 
Friends Society at Nantucket. 



In tlie year 1708 ten persons came to the Island to set up a 
yearly meeting. By some authority the number is stated to 
have only been five, two of them public Friends, and others 
acting only in their individual capacity. The first ministers 
belonging to the Island were Mary Starbuck and her son 
Nathaniel, Nathaniel Gardner, John Swain and Priscilla 
Coleman. 

Priscilla was the daughter of Nathaniel and Mary Starbuck, 
and wife of John Coleman, grandson of Thomas Coleman. 

From " Early Settlers of Nantucket," Pa. 28-29. 

"Mary Coffin, seventh child of Tristram Coffin, Sr., was 
"born in Haverhill, February 20, 1645. She was married in 
"1662, at the age of seventeen, to Nathaniel, sou of Edward and 
"Katherine (Eejmolds) Starbuck. The first book of births, 
"marriages and deaths for the town of Sherburne (page 11), 
"says " Mary Starbuck departed this life ye 13 day of ye 9 mo., 
"1717, in ye 74 year of her age, and was decently buried in 
"Friends burying grounds." Her husband, Nathaniel Starbuck, 
"Sr., died in 1719. 

" She was a remarkable woman, anticipating by two centuries* 
"the advanced views of women of to-day. She took an active 
"part in town debates, usually opening her remarks with "my 
"husband and I, having considered the subject, think, etc." 

" In 1701, at the age of fifty-six, she became interested in the 
"religious faith of the Friends, and held meetings at her house. 
"She was a minister in the Society, as were also several of her 
"children, her grandsons Elihu and Nathaniel Coleman, and 
"her grand daughter Priscilla Bunker. 

"Elihu Coleman published one of the earliest protests against 
"slavery in New England." 

The Nantucket Colemans appear to have joined the Society 
of Friends early in the 18th century, and that - has been their 
faith up to the present time, with few exceptions. 

The intermarriage for many years, of the descendants of 
Thomas Coleman, with those of the other early settlers of Nan- 
tucket, has resulted in a large family connection, particularly 
with the families of Coffins, Macys and Bunker, running no 
doubt up into the thousands, if traced out to the last generation 



Thomas Coleman, h Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, 1602 ; d Nan- 
tucket, 1685 ; m Ist, Susanna, she d November 16, 1650 ; m 3nd, Mary, 
widow of Edmond Johnson, July 11, 1651, she d January 30, 1663, at 
Hampton ; m 3rd, Margery Asbourne, daughter of Philip Fowler, widow 
of Thos. Rowell, Andover, who had been widow of first Christopher 
Osgood, of Andover. (Joshua Cofldns "History of Newbury, Appendix, 
Page 297, 1648.") 



Children. 

Tobias, b 1638, Newbury, Mass., see 2nd generation. 

Benjamin, b 1640, Newbury, Mass., d October 21, 1650. Drowned in 
Hampton. 

Joseph, b December 2, 1642, Newbury, Mass., d 1690, see 2nd genera- 
tion. 

John, b 1644, d 1715, see 2nd generation. 
*Isaac, b February 20, 1647, d June, 1659. 

Joanna. 

Susanna. 



*N. E. Hist, and Gen. Register. — "Isaac Coleman, son of Thomas, 
"accompanied Thomas Macy in Autumn of 1659, in the boat, he being a 
•'boy of 12 or 13. By town record of births and deaths, John Barnard and 
"Bethia his wife, and Isaac Coleman, ended their days ye 6th mo., 1659, 
"being drowned out of a canoe between Nantucket and the vineyard, At 
'•the same time Eleazar Folger was preserved. 

"This Bethia Barnard was a daughter of Peter Folger and Sister of 
"Abigail Franklin, the mother of Benjamin Franklin. Another sister, 
"Joanna, married John Coleman, son of Thomas," 

From " Early Settlers of Nantucket." — Children of Thomas Coleman 
were as follows : First wife Susanna had Benjamin, b 1640; Joseph, b 1642. 
Second, wife had Isaac, Joanna and John. Third, wife Margery had one 
son Tobias Coleman. 



"Dorcas Coleman was a sister of Thomas Coleman the proprietor." 
She m John Tillotson, (Joshua Coffins "History of Newbury, appendix, 
page 298.") 

Wiltshire is one of the Southern Counties of England, and has always 
been an agricultural district. 

The farmers, or as they were more frequently designated, planters, 
raised principally wheat and barley; those in the North of Wiltshire, in 
addition, paid much attention to raising cattle, and those in the south to 
sheep. 



SECOND GENERATION. 

1638—1715. 

Tobias Coleman, son of Thomas Coleman, born 163S, died . 

married Lydia 

Children, (3rd generation.) 

Jabez, b May 27, 1668. Killed by Indians, Sept. 7, 1724. No further 
record. 

Sarah, b June 17, 1670. No further record. 

Thomas, b March 26, 1673. (See 3rd Generation.) 

Lydia. No further record. 

Deborah, b May 25, 1676. No further record. 

Eleazer. No further record. 

Ephraim. (See 3rd generation.) 

Judah. No further record. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

Joseph Coleman, son of Thomas, b Dec. 2, 1842, d 1690, married 
Ann Bunker, daughter of George and Jane Godfrey. 

Children (Third Generation.) 

Joseph, b Nov. 17, 1673. Drowned in youth. 

Ann, b Nov. 10, 1675, married Edward Allen and had ten children, 
six sons and four daughters. From four of her sons are descended 
many bearing the name of Allen, in Nantucket, New Bedford and 
vicinity. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

John Coleman, son of Thomas Coleman, b 1644, at Newbury, Mass., 
d Dec. 1715, at Nantucket. Married Joanna Folger, daughter of Peter 
Folger and Mary Morrell. (Her sister, Abiah Folger, was the mother of 
Benjamin Franklin. She d July 18, 1719.) 

Children (Third Generation.) 

. John, b Aug. 2, 1667, see 3rd generation. 

Thomas, b Oct. 17, 1669, d January 23, 1753. No further record. 
*Isaac, b February 6, 1672, d February 27, 1752. , 
Phebe, b June 15, 1674, m Gersham Cathcart of Bristol Co. 
Benjamin, b January 17, 1677, died young. 
Abigail, b January 17, 1677, m James Tisdale, of Dighton, Bristol Co. 

**Solomon, b , d 

Jeremiah, b , d January 4, 1730. 3rd Generation. 

*Isaac, m First, Ann Reynolds, m Second, Jane Watson, widow of 
Robert Watson and daughter of Wm. and Mary Bunker. No children. 

**Solomon, m First, July, 1711, at Nantucket to Mary Macy, daughter 
of John Macy and Deborah Gardner; She d December 3, 1771. Second, 
TO Deliverence Swett . No Children. No further record. 



THIRD GENERATION. 

1672—1703. 

Thomas Coleman, son of Tobias — Thomas, h March 26, 1682 ; m 
Phebe Pearson, who died June 23, 1754. 

Children (Fourth Generation.) 
Dorcas, b April 26, 1703 ; d April 27, 1703. 
John, b March 8, 1704. No further record. 

THIRD GENERATION. 
Ephraim Coleman, son of Tobias-Thomas, m Susanna 

Children (Fourth Generation.) 
Ephraim, b June 3, 1701. No further record. 
Hannah, b March 10, 1703. No further record. 

THIRD GENERATION. 
John Coleman, son of John-Thomas, b August 2, 1667 ; d January 
19, 1762 ; m Priscilla Starbuck, daughter of Nathaniel and Mary (Coffiin) 
Starbuck. Nathaniel Starbuck was son of Edward Starbuck and Kathe- 
rine Reynolds. Mary (Coffin) Starbuck was daughter of Tristram 
Coffin andDianis Stevens- 

Children (Fourth Generation.) 
Jethro, b July 8, 1705. See 4th generation. 
Eunice. No record. 
*Priscilla, w Samuel Bunker, 
Barnabus. See 4th generation. 
Nathaniel. No further record. 
Elihu. See 4th generation. 
Mary, m Wm. Russell. 
John, m Ruth Pinkham ; 2nd Ann^rot. 

Phebe, m Barzarilla Folger, he was son of Natham Folger and Grand- 
son of Eleazer Folger who was son of Peter Folger. 

*Priscilla, m Samuel Bunker, son of Jabez Bunker and their daughter 
Priscilla, m Abraham Macy, Decemcer 8 1761. 

"John Coleman lived to his 94th year." — Write Mrs. Elizabeth Ferry 
of Hudson — "His widow continuing a few weeks after him, having rea 
"lized her disinterested prayer that she might be near to sustain him 
"when the silver chord of his life was being broken." 

THIRD GENERATION. 

Jeremiah Coleman, son of John-Thomas, b ; d January 

4,1730; married 111 \i to Sarah Pratt, daughter of Joseph and Dorcas 
Pratt. She died April 27, 1762. (Nantucket Town Records, Book 1, page 
10, 1714-15.) 

Children (Fourth Generation.) 
Enoch, b March 24, 1724 ; d January 15, 1799 ; m Mary Myrick, 
daughter of Andrew and Jedida. Maria Mitchell the Astronomer, was 
daughter of William and Lydia (Coleman) Mitchell, Lydia Coleman was 
daughter of Andrew Coleman who was son of Enoch Coleman. No further 
record. 

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FOUETH GENERATION. 

1706-1785. 

Jethro Coleman, son of Jobn-John-Thonias, b July 18, 1706 ; d June 
1785, at Oblong, N. Y,; m First, Lydia Paddcck, January 11, 1731; m 2nd 
December 1, 1747, at Nantucket to Lydia Macy, daughter of Thos, and 
Deborah Macy. She was b at Nantucket, February 23, 1720 ; d at Nan- 
tucket, April 8, 1785. 

Children (Fifth Generation.) 

Elihu, b 1737 ; d June 11, 1817. See 5th generation. 
Eunice, m Christopher Gardner. 
Lydia, m Wm. Coffin. 
Jethro, lost at sea. 
Paul, lost at sea. 

Charles, ?n Cath. Hussey. See 5th generation. 

Simeon, m Rebecca Swain, daughter of Reuben and Hannah. See 5th 
generation. 

Jethro, m Deborah Coffin. See 5th generation. 
Deborah, m Obed Coffin, 
Ann, m Latham Bunker. 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

Barnabas Coleman, son of John-John-Thomas, vi first Eliza Barnard 
daughter of Nathaniel and Judith Barnard ; second, Rachel Bunker, 
daughter of Sylvanus and Abiel Hussey. (Nantucket Friends Records, 
Book 1, page 62, 1733.) Sj'lvanus Hussey was son of Stephen Hussey and 
Martha Bunker, and Grandson of Christopher Hussey and Theodate 
Batchelder; she was daughter of Rev. Stephen BrowH »Batchelder. 

Abial Brown Hussey was daughter of John Brown and Rachel Gard- 
nar; she was daughter of Capt. John Gardner and Priscilla Grafton, and 
granddaughter of Thomas Gardner. 

Children (Fifth Generation.) 

Nathaniel, b August 11, 1729. See fifth generation. 
Sarah, b July 25, 1734 ; m George Folger. 
Abial, b September 16, 1736 ; m Timothy Folger. 
Rebecca, b October 10, 1738 ; d July 11, 1739. 
Rebecca, b December 28, 1739; m Nathaniel Coffin. 
Judith, b April 28, 1742 ; ?ra Andrew Worth. 

*Seth, b May 8, 1744; m Deborah Swain, daughter Reuben Swain, Nan- 
tucket Record, 1768. ' 

Sylvanus, b May 12, 1746 ; m Mary Swift. See fifth generation. 
William, b June 19, 1749. See fifth generation. 

Barnabas, b June 23, 1751 ; m first Abial Clark, second Sarah Morse, 
**Elizabeth, b March 29, 1753 ; m Abisha Folger. 
Obed, b September 1, 1757. See fifth generation. 
Hepsabeth, b October 15, 1759 ; m John Russell, Jr. 

*Had one daughter Susannah, b October 5, 1769 ; d October 12, 1833 
at Nantucket ; m to Edmund Macy. 

«*Their daughter Elizabeth m Arthur McArthur, of Hudson. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

EHhu Coleman, son of John-John-Thomas, b , d 

TO Jemima Barnard. 

Children (Fifth Generation.) 
William, m Eunice Swain, No further record. 
Mary, m Shubael Pinkham. No further record. 
Phebe, vi Seth Folger. No further record, 
Abigail, m Micagor Coffin, No further record. 
Ruth, TO David Coffin. No further record. 
Priscilla, m Peter Coffin. No further record. 
Anna, to John Coffin. No further record. 

Eunice, h October 18, 1724, at Nantucket; m August 13, 1743, to John 
Macy ; d at Nantucket, December 28, 1763. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

Elihu Coleman, son Jethro-John-John-Thomas, h October 25, 1787 ; 
d January 11, 1817, at Oblong, N. Y.; m Elizabeth Macy, in 1763, at Nan- 
tucket. She was daughter of Jonathan and Lois Gorham Macy, was h 
August 18, 1745, at Nantucket. Lois Gorham Macy was daugliter of 
Stephen Gorham and Elizabeth Gardner, was b at Barnstable, Mass., 
November 5, 1727; m at Nantucket, July, 1744; d Nantucket, March 10, 
1804. Elihu moved from Nantucket to Oblong, N. Y., about the time of 
the Revolution. 

Children (Sixth Generation.) 

Lydia, h December 4, 1763 ; to Ezra Gardner. 
Paul, h October 22, 1765 ; d July 17, 1766. 
Thaddeus, h October 18, 1771. See sixth generation. 
Paul, h November 24, 1769. See sixth generation. 
Samuel, h November 11, 1773. See sixth generation. 
Burnabas, h April 10, 1778. See sixth generation. 
Nathan, h October 11, 1775. See sixth generation. 
Elizabeth, h August 4, 1767 ; d September 7, 1772. 
*Elizabeth, h February 10, 1780 ; m Abraham Macy, December, 1800. 
Judith, h April 28, 1782 ; d August 8, 1803 ; to Richard Macy, April 
12, 1800. 

David, h March 4, 1786. See sixth generation. 

*Her oldest son was Aaron C. Macy, of Hudson, the father of Cyrus, 
Aaron, Jr., and Sarah. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

Charles Coleman, son of Jethro-John-John-Thomas, ??^ Jaunary 7 
1773, at Nantucket, to Catherine Hussey, He moved from Nantucket to 
Stamford, Dutchess Co., N, Y.. about 1780. 

Children (Sixth Generation.) 
Laban, h May 2, 1777. See sixth generation, 

William H., h September 24, 1785 ; d May 23, 1844; m Hannah Reming- 
ton. No further record. 

Charles H., h October 14, 1787. See sixth generation. 

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FIFTH GENERATION. 

Simeon Coleman, son of Jethro-John-John-Thomas, m Rebecca 
Swain, daughter of Reuben and Hannah Swain. 

Children (Sixth Generation.) 

Simeon, in Mary Arther. No further record. 
Charles, m Mary Crane. No further record. 

John, m England. No further record. 

Bethuel. No further record. 
Jethro. No further record. 
Eunice. No further record. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

Jethro Coleman, son of Jethro-John-John-Thomas, b January, 1755 ; 
d September 17, 1814 ; m 1783, Deborah Russel Coffin, she was h April 29, 
1757, and d January 16, 1849, aged 93. Jethro emigrated from Nantucket 
about 1775, and settled in Dutchess Co., N. Y., where he died. 

Children (Sixth Generation.) 

Benjamin, b December 8, 1788. See sixth generation. 
Lydia, b September 18, 1791 ; d May 29, 1818. 
Joseph R., b September 10, 1793. See sixth generation. 
Anna, b March 13, 1795 ; d April 28, 1818, unmarried. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

Nathaniel Coleman, son of Barnabas-John-John-Thomas, b August 
11, 1729 ; m first, Hepsabeth Hussey, daughter of Sylvanus Hussey, second, 
Hepsabeth Starbuck. 

Children (Sixth Generation.) 

Abraham, b August 22, 1769 ; d September 7, 1840 ; m Hepsabeth 
Macy, Nantucket, October, 1794. No further record, 

Lydia, b October 9, 1797 ; d July 27, 1811 ; m Solomon Macy, Nan- 
tucket, November, 1790. 

Sally, m Peter Barney. 

Albert, m Hepsabeth Gardner. No further record. 

Rachael, m Job. Thurston. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 

Sylvanus Coleman, son of Barnabas-John-John-Thomas, b May 12, 
1746 ; m first, Mary Swift, second, Phebe Brown, 1779. 

Children (Sixth Generation.) 

Benjamin M.. b September 21, 1800 ; m October, 1826 to Anna Macy, 
daughter of Obed Macy and Lydia Coffin. Lydia Coffin was daughter of 
Nathaniel Coffin and Priscilla Gardner, d April 7, 1780, at Nantucket ; d 
Adrian, Mich., April 10, 1863. No further record. 

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FIFTH GENERATION. 

William Coleman, son of Barnabas-Jolin-Jolin-Tliomas, b June 19, 
1748 ; m first, Abigail Barnard, daughter of Joseph and Mary Barnard, 
second, Hepsabeth Wing, daughter of Samuel and Hepsabeth Wing. The 
family lived in Hudson. After Phebe and Abigail's death, William went 
to Sailor's Home on Staten Island. 

Children (Sixth Generation ) 
Phebe. 
Abigail. 

William, by second wife, 
Lydia.by second wife. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

Obed Coleman, son of Barnabas-John-John-Thomas, 6 September 1, 
1757 ; m Eliza Swain, daughter of Joseph and Eliza Swain. 

Children (Sixth Generation .) 
Joseph G. See sixth generation. 

John Franklin, b February 7, 17S6. See sixth generation. 
James B., b June 26, 1791. See sixth generation. 
Josiah, m Mary Bunker. No further record. 
Eunice, m George Whipple. No further record. 
Sarah, b October 16, 1789 ; m Benjamin Gardner. 
Eliza, m Benjamin Barker. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

Paul Coleman, son of Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Thomas, b Nov. 24, 
1769; cZ August 19, 1845; m about 1801 to Eunice, daughter of Elihu 
Bunker; she d October 14, 1817; second, to Lydia Macy, daughter of 
Abraham Macy and Priscilla Bunker; she was b Nantucket, March 9, 
1770, m at Ghent ; d Ghent, April 20, 1834. 

Childeen (Seventh Generation.) 
Paul, b September 10, 1813. See seventh generation. 
Alexander, b October 2, 1817. See seventh generation. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

Thaddens Coleman, son of Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Thomas, b 
Nantucket, October 18, 1771 ; d September 18, 1847 ; m December 15, 
1800, at Ghent, N.Y., to Eunice Macy, daughter of Abraham Macy and 
Priscilla Bunker; she was b Nantucket, December 3, 1773; d Henrietta, 
N. Y., February 18, 1851. 

Children (Seventh Generation.) 

Avis, b May 20, 1801, Nantucket ; d January 1846. 
Sarah, b September 29, 1802^ Nantucket ; d May 31, 1835. 
*Judith, b April 20, 1804, Nantucket; d December 28, 1839. 
Frederick, b June 20, 1808. See seventh generation. 
Stephen Gorham, b September 22, 1808. See seventh generation. 
Lois, b November 4, 1810; d May 9, 1832. 

♦Judith married Elijah Pound, January 1, 1826; three children. 

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SIXTH GENERATION. 

Samue! Coleman, son of Elihu-Jethro- John-John-Thomas, h Nan- 
tucket, November 11, 1773 ; d Ghent, N. Y. , March 12, 1825 ; m December, 
1798, at Nantucket, to Phebe Folger, daughter of Yv^alter Folger; she was 
b at Nantucket, November 10, 1771. 



Childrbn (Seventh Generation.) 

Eliza, h October 26, 1800 ; d April 9, 1831 ; m "Wm. Coffin, Hopking- 
ton, R. I. Seven children. 

Lydia, b August 27, 1802 ; m December 18, 1819, Wm. M. Bunker. 
Ten children. 

*Phebe, 6 October 8, 1805 ; m Willett Marshal, October 28, 1823. Five 
children, 

Laura, b Aug. 11, 1810 ; m Jonathan Nye, May 26, 1832. Two children. 

Matilda, b July 22, 1812; in John M. Rowland, Octobers, 1833. Nine 
children. 

*Phebe's daughter Clorinda m James Gifford, of Hudson. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 



Barnabas Coleman, son of Elihu-Jethro- John-John-Thomas, b 
at Nantucket, April 10, 1778; d October, 1846; m at Ghent, N. Y., June 
10, 1802, to Rachael Macy, daughter of Abraham Macy and Priscilla 
Bunker; she was born at Quaker Hill, N. Y., November 20, 1778; cZ at 
Rochester, January 18, 1861. 



Children (Seventh Generation.) 

*Ann, b March 7, 1803, at Ghent; rf August 8, 1882 at Chippewa Falls, 
WiB. 

Samuel B., b May 20, 1804 ; d June, 1870. See seventh generation. 
Jared, b Jan. 19, 1807; d October 13, 1866. See seventh generation. 
Charles B., b May 14, 1809 ; d Sept., 1876, See seventh generation. 
Elihu, h August 28, 1811; d March 14, 1870. See Seventh generation. 
Henry, b January 22, 1814. See seventh generation. 
Matthew Ist, b February 14, 1806 ; d February 1806. 
**Emeline, b March 26, 1820 ; d January 23, 1866 at Plummer, Pa. 
Matthew 2nd, b April 30, 1818, See seventh generation. 



*m October 11, 1821, at Rochester, N. Y., to Joel Pound, son of Elijah 
and Isabella Pound, at Plainfield, N. J. He was b November 12, 1799. 

**?« December 30, 1840, to John DeGarmo, of Rochester. He d June 
28, 1861. Three children. 

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SIXTH GENERATION. 

Nathan Coleman, son of Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Thomas, b Nan- 
tucket, October 11, 1775; d 1846; m December 12, 1799 to Phebe Bunker; 
she was b January 10, 1775 ; d March 1, 1862 at N. Y. She was widow of 
Isaiah Macy and had one child at time of her marriage to Nathan-Isaiah; 
b October 29, 1793. Nathan moved to N. Y. from Hudson about 1826. 

Children (Seventh Generation.) 
Deborah, b September 23, 1800 ; d August 1866 ; unmarried. 
George, b January 27, 1802. See seventh generation. 
Robert Bunker, b February 6, 1805. See seventh generation. 
William, b May 15, 1807 ; d June 5, 1819. 

Edward Bunker, b February 6, 1809. See seventh generation. 
Abraham Bunker, b July 12, 1812. See seventh generation. 
Charles Silas, b October 6, 1814. See seventh generation. 
Samuel Silas, b October 6, 1814. See seventh generation. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

David Coleman, son of Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Thomas, b March 
4, 1786 ; d May 6, 1835 ; m Avis Bunker; she was b March 16, 1792 ; d Aug. 
21, 1845. 

Children (Seventh Generation.) 

Dinah, b April 19, 1811 ; m April 19, 1832, to Alfred Taylor, two 
children, both dead. 

Elizabeth, b October 14, 1813 ; m Paul Dean Carrique, May 12, 1836. 
three children. 

Emeline, b February 11, 1817 ; d May 18, 1818. 

Maria B, b March 14, 1819; m December 2, 1839, to Henry Van Every. 

Clarissa, b November 26, 1821 ; m May 10, 1842 to Robert M. Folger. 

Caroline, b June 27, 1824 ; to to Perkins. 

Joseph Warren, b October 27, 1826. See seventh generation. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

Laban Coleman, son of Charles-Jethro-John-John-Thomas, b May 
2, 1777 ; d October 7th, 1864 ; m Jane Carman. 

Childben (Seventh Generation.) 

Anna H., b April 15, 1802, Stamford, N. Y. ; to Joseph R. Coleman. 

Catherine, b February 2, 1807 ; w November 1, 1626, to Benjamin 
LeRoy, two children, both dead. 

Morris C, b October 24, 1808; d November 31, 1838, unmarried. 

Charles, b November 27, 1810; d August 11, 1863; to June 7, 1848, to 
Sarah B. Eastman, no children. 

Henry, b March 31, 1821 ; d March 20, 1841, unmarried. 

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SIXTH GENERATION. 

Charles H. Coleman, son of Charles-Jethro-Johh-John-ThomaB, * 
Stamford, N. Y., October 14, 1787; d Buffalo, 1880 ; m first, Dorcas, 
daughter of Henry Hull, of Stamford, she d 1822, aged 31. Second, in 
1826, Abbie, daughter of John Hull, better known as "York John," and 
widow of John Van Hoesen. She d Buffalo, 1817 in 53rd year of her age. 
Third, in 1860, Elizabeth, daughter of Griffin and Phebe Williamson, she 
was born at Dutchess Co., January, 1816. 

Children (Seventh Generation.) 

John H., l> February 22, 1813, Stamford. See seventh generation. 
Henry, died an infant. 

William, d May 28, 1820, Valatie, N. Y. ; m Julia Dolan, Buffalo in 
1854, no children. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

Benjamin Coleman, son of Jethro-Jethro-John-John-Thomas,i5 Dec. 
8,1788; c? May 20, 1845 ; 7n Sarah Dean, sister of Joseph A. Coleman's 
first wife. 

Children (Seventh Generation.) 

Joseph D., 3 July 14, 1820, Stamford. See seventh generation. 
George J., ^ July 8, 1826, Stamford. See seventh generation. 
Robert R., <^ May 31, 1826, Stamford. See seventh generation. 
William Dean, l> October 10, 1814 ; d October 20, 1839. 
Henry, i> September 9, 1816 ; d December 4, 1816. 
Mary, ^ January 18, 1818 ; d October 2, 18S9. 
Edward, l> August 21, 1822; d January 31, 1830. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

Joseph R. Coleman, son of Jethro-Jethro-John-John-Thomas, 3 
September 10, 1793, at Stamford, N. Y.; d January 22, 1872 ; m first, Anna 
Dean, second, Anna H. Coleman, daughter of Laban Coleman, at N. Y., 
August 12, 1835. 

Children (Seventh Generation.) 

Caroline, m Wm. Coffin. 
Anna H. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

Joseph Q. Coleman, son of Obed-Barnabas- John-John-Thomas, m 
Phebe Bunker. 

Children (Seventh Generation.) 

Edward and six others. No further record. 

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SIXTH GENERATION. 

John Franklin Coleman, son of Obed-Barnabas-John-John-Thomas, 
b February 7, 1788 ; d January 18, 1863 ; m Eliz. B. Macy, daughter of 
Samuel Macy and Lydia Folger, at Nantucket, July, 1811; she was b at 
Nantucket, May 26, 1791 ; d at Nantucket, June 21, 1850. 



Children (Seventh Generation.) 
Six children. No further record. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

James B. Coleman, son of Obed-Barnabas-John-John-Thomas, b 
June 23, 1791 ; m October 31, 1816, at Nantucket, to Lydia W. Macy, 
daughter of Job Macy and Anna Way; she was b at Nantucket, Decem- 
ber 1, 1791. 



Children (Seventh Generation.) 

James. 

Lydia. 

Eliza. 

Martha. No further record. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Paul Coleman, son of Paul-Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Thomas, b 
September 10, 1813, Hudson, N. Y.; m first October 10, 1835, at Ghent, 
N. Y. to Elmira Tobsy, daughter of George Tobey, she was b September 
7, 1807 ; d November 1, 1838. Second Esther Norton, daughter of Jere- 
miah Norton and Polly Tuttle, at Canaan, N. Y. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

David, b October 21, 1838; d 1861, at Cario, 111. 
Helen, b January 21, 1840. 
*Romelia, b June 27, 1841, Greenport, N. Y. 
George D., b January 2, 1844. See eighth generation. 
Royal B., b February 1, 1847. See eighth generation. 
Orcar B., b May 31, 1850. See eighth generation. 



*Romelia, m January 1873, "Washington, D. C, toMahlon Armstrong, 
son of Benj. A. and Anna Mendenhall, of Delaware. One child- 

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SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Alexander Coleman, son of Paul-Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Thomaa, 
b October 2, 1817, at DeRuyter, N. Y. ; m February 1, 1849, Mary Case, 
daughter of Henry Case ; she was b July 15, 1817. He d 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

Henry Abel, b March 4, 1850. 

Eunice, b January 16, 1852. 

Homer, b August 31, 1853; d February 6, 1863. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Frederick Coleman, son of Thaddeus-Elihu-Jethro-John-John- 
Thomas. b June 20, 1806, Hudson, N.Y.;d September 2L, 1864, Chippe- 
wa Falls, Wis. ; m Loretta Hubbard. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

Harvey P., b May 17. 1832. See eighth generation. 

Edwin W., b April 19, 1834. See eighth generation. 

Emily R-, b April 17, 1838, at Aurora, N. Y. ; m December 30, 1865, at 
Chippewa Falls, to W. J. Skinner; two children, d Dec. 28, 1885. 

Anna M., b March 30, 1840. 

Arthur, b September 10, 1842. 

Martha J., b February 9, 1814, Henrietta, N. Y. ; d June 10, 1874, 
Oshkosh, Wis. ; m February 20. 1868, at Chippewa Falls to Charles B. 
Hinckley ; one child, d April 25, 1884. 

Caroline A., b September 5. 1848; m E. E. Wood, Chippewa Falls; 
four children. Reside (1898) Chippewa Falls. Wis. 

Adaline M., b August 10, 1848 ; d September 14, 1853, Rushford, N. Y. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 
Stephen Qorham Coleman, son of Thaddeus-Elihu-Jethro-John- 
John-Thomas, b September 22, 1808; d February 27, 1879; m October 6, 
1831, to Rachael Teller ; she d August 20, 1864 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

Sarah, b June 20, 1833; m W. W. Ordway, December 31, 1851, at 
Rochester; three children. 

Isaiah Bunker, b November 8, 1836 See eighth generation. 
Catherine Teller, b May 29, 1839; d August 14, 1840. 
Stephen Gorham, Jr., b April 29, 1847- See 8th generation. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Samuel B. Coleman, son of Barnabas-Elihu-Jethro-John-John- 
Thomas, b May 20, 1804; d June 21, 1870, at Polo, 111. ; m October 20, 
1836, to Mary Ann Chase. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

Amelia, b September 8, 1837, Rochester; d November 18, 1850, 
Rochester. 

Louisa, b January 22. 1839, Rochester; d July 30, 1841, Chili, N. Y. 

Aaron S., b Octobar 15, 1840, Chili, N. Y. ; m Martha Alice, daughter 
of Robert and Margaret Hunter, of Alexandria, Vt.; no children, d 

Anna P., b October 3, 1842, Chili, N. Y. ; m Geo, R. Skinner, M. D.. 
October 31, 1867. over. 

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Maria Louisa, b July 19, 1844, Rochester; m Horace "W. Peek, 
Rochester, September 28, 1868; five children. 

Emeline, first, b January 19, 1846, Rochester ; d February 14, 1847, 
Rochester. 

Emeline, second, b August 6, 1847, Rochester; m Geo. A. DeWitt, of 
Henrietta, N. Y. 

Phebe Rachael, b August 12, 1850, Rochester. 

Susan B., b August 25, 1861 ; d December 29, 1862. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 
Jared Coleman, son of Barnabas-Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Thomag, 
b January 19, 1807; Ghent; d October 13, 1866, Rochester; m September 
11, 1835; at Hudson, Susan Macy, daughter of Reuben G- Macy, of Hud- 
son ; she was b at Hudson, January 1, 1815 ; d July 13, 1839, Rochester ; 
Second, Emily Matlack, daughter of Samuel T. and Hannah Matlack, 
of Baltimore, Md., Nov. 28, 1840. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

Susan M., b July 13, 1839 ; m October 4, 1877, to Washington Coleman. 
Resides (1898) Bay City. Mich. 

Mary Ida, b September 11, 1841 ; m September 22, 1874, to Horace C. 
Culver, of Bay City, Mich. ; four children. Resides (1898) Bay City, Mich. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 
Charles B. Coleman, son of Barnabas-Elihu-Jethro-John-John- 
Thomas, 6 May 14, 1809; d September 12, 1875, at San Francisco; m 
First, January 6, 1834, Caroline Storms ; she d October 11, 1845; Second, 
Thurza Storms, June 5, 1848 ; she was his first wife's brother's widow. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

Marietta, b November 12, 1835 ; d May 12, 1887. 

Emma, b February 22, 1837 ; d December 22, 1839. 

Charles S., b November 25, 1839 ; d March 30, 1860, Cincinnati, 0. 

Theodore, b January 26, 1842, See eighth generation. 

Emma Sophia, b June 25, 1844. 

Thurza, b July 16, 1849 ; m July 20, 1887, to Frank Buzzell, Chippewa 
Falls; two children. 

Florence, b March 5, 1851 ; m January 13, 1870, Chippewa Falls, to 
Andrew J. Bate; one child. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 
Elihu Coleman, son of Barnabas-Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Thomas, 
b August 28, 1811, Ghent; d March 14, 1870, Pilatka, Fla. ; m, First, Sep- 
tember 12, 1833, Anna Macy, daughter of Robert R. Macy ; she d August 
28, 1838, Rochester; her mother Anna Barnard was daughter of Reuben 
Barnard and Phebe Coleman, was ^Nantucket, July 28, 1784; m Hudson, 
N.Y., April 29, 1809; (Z September 14, 1856; Second, Elizabeth Willets, 
December 20, 1839, daughter of Abraham Willets ; she d May, 1842, Led- 
yard, N. Y. ; Third, Mary W. Willets, sister of above, June 22, 1843; she 
d July 9, 1878, Belmont, N. Y. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 
William E., l> July 16, 1835. See eighth generation. 
Edgar W., b July 19, 1841. See eighth generation. 
Mary Elizabeth, b December 15, 1844; d June 9, 1874; w Forest 
Miller, Belmont, N. Y. 

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SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Henry Coleman, son of Barnabas-Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Thomas, 
6 January 22, 1814; d June 4, 1883, ChippHwa Falls ; m October 4, 1837, 
Percis Marshall ; she was h June 11, 1817, and was daughter of Benjamin 
Hannah Marshall ; d June 14, 1894. 

Children (Eighth Generation ) 

Elizabeth, h December 9, 1838, Rochester, N. Y. ; m Lewis Lashway. 
Resides (1898) Chippewa Falls. 

Henry, first, h July 1, 1840, Rochester, "^.Y.; d July 2, 1840. 

Edward H., h December 26, 1841, Rochester, N. Y. See 8th Genera- 
tion. 

Marietta, first, h August 8. 1843, Rochester, N. Y,; d August 25, 1843. 

Marietta, second, 6 May 15, 1845, Rochester, N. Y. ; m C M. Mack. 
Resides (1898) Chicago. 

Henry B., h August 5, 1847, Rochester, N. Y. See 8th generation. 

Charlotte S., h September 11, 1850, Rochester, N. Y. ; d September 
15, 1852. 

Earnest B., h September 11, 1853, Oramel, N.Y. See 8th Generation 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 
Matthew Coleman, «on of Barnabas-Elihu-Jethro-John-John- 
Thomas, b April 30, 1818, Ghent; m, First. September 3, 1840, Elizabeth 
Underwood; she d December 20, 1855. Rochester; Second, January 9, 
1857, Mary Dyer, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Kimball) Dyer, d 
October 13, 1893, at Pasadena, Cal. 

Children (Eighth Generation ) 
Andrew, h January 11, 1842, Rochester; d April 2, 1842. 
Sarah Ann, h March 27, 1843, Rochester ; m April 25, 1863, Jesse G. 

Evans, three children. (Resides 1898) West Superior, Wis. 
Jane, h June 19, 1845, Rochester; m Theodore Coleman- 
Mary Ida, h May 29. 18.58, East Troy, Wis. ; m April 14, 1873, Wm. 

H. Mosteller. d January, 1893, Pasadena. Cal. 

Eliza R., b April 21. 1853, Milwaukee; m May 1, 1884, C. A. Verity, 

Big Rapids Resides (1898) Harriman, Tenn- 
Matthew E., b M ly 8, 1867, Ionia. 
Elizabeth E., b August 2, 1870, Ionia. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 
George Coleman, son of Nathan-Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Th'mas, 
b Hudson, N. Y., January 27, 1802; d Flatlands, N, Y., October 13, 1867; 
TO September 30, 1824, Eliza Macy Bunker, daughter of Timothy Worth 
Bunker and Nancy Macy ; he was b Nantucket, June 17, 1778 ; d Hudson, 
August 6, 1887 ; she was b Nantucket, May 3, 1786 ; d Hudson, May 6, 
180/ ; Eliza Macy Bunker was b May 25, 1805, Hudson, N. Y.; d 
November 21, 1891, Erie Pa. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 
Wm. Bunker, h May 20, 1828. See eighth generation. 
Almira Bunker, b March 31, 1830. 
*Anna Eliza, b April 7, 1834. 
Ferdinand Timothy, b November 21, 1837. 
James Macy, b December 20, 1839. See eighth generation- 
Silas Bunker, b July 29, 1843. See eighth generation. 

*m October 7, 1859, Dr. Timothy M. Ingraham, of Flatbush, N. Y.; 
ten children, 

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Ferdinand T. Coleman, was an officer of the Navy during the war of 
the rebellion, 1861 to 1855, both inclusive. He saw active service on the 
Mississippi and tributaries under Admirals Rogers, Forte, Davis, Porter 
and Lee, and took an active part in the attack on Fort Henry, attack on 
Fort Donelson, battle of Shiloh, engagement with Confederate ram 
" Arkansas," operations around Vicksburg, and running the bat- 
teries, attack on Grand Gulf, siege of Vicksburg, Eed River expedition. 
Honorably discharged at the close of the war as acting master U. S. 
Navy. Residence, Flatlands, L. I., New York, 

[Note. ] — The Bunker family is of Huguenot origin. The name form- 
erly was Bon Coeur. Upon the ancestral records of this family we find 
also John Tilley and John Howland, signers of the Mayflower Compact. 

Eliza Bunker was of the 7th Generation, from the Mayflower, des- 
cended from John Howland, whose name appears among the passengers 
of that vessel. 

In Governor Bradford's History appears the following concerning 
the stormy passage of the Mayflower: "In a mighty storme a lustie 
young man called John Howland, coming upon some occasion alone, ye 
grattings was with a reele of ye ship thrown into ye sea, but it so pleas- 
ed God, yt he caught hould of ye tope saile halliard, which hunge over- 
board and same out at length ; yet he held his houlde (though he was 
sundrie times under water) till he was hauled up by ye same rope to 
the brune of ye water and then with a boat hooke and other means, got 
into ye ship and his life saved, and though he was something ill with it, 
yet he lived many years after and became a profitable member both 
in church and commonwealth." 

John Howland was elected three successive years, 1833-4-5, to be 
one of Gov. Bradford's assistants, and was constantly engaged in the 
mercantile enterprizes of the colonists. 

DESCENT. 
John Howland, married Elizabeth Tilley. 
Desire Howland, married John Gorham. 
Shubael Gorham, married Joseph Worth. 
Abigail Worth, married Benjamin Bunker. 
Anna Bunker, married Tristram Bunker. 
Timothy Worth Bunker, married Nancy Macy. 
Eliza Bunker, married George Coleman. 
Wm. B. Coleman. 
Almira B. Coleman. 
Anna E. Coleman. 
Ferdinand T. Coleman. 
James M. Coleman. 
Silas B. Coleman. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 
Robert Bunker Coleman, sonof Nathan-Elihu-Jethro-John-John- 
Thomas, b February 6, 1805 ; d Nov. 1, 1881, Baltimore ; m, First, Feb. 9, 
1833, N. Y.; Susan Angevine; daughter of Caleb Angevine and Snsan 
Maria Collins, she d Oct. 26, 1853; Second, Nov. 21, 1860, Niagara Falls, 
Emeline Angevine, sister of above, she d April 7, 1873. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

Fredk. Wm.. see eighth generation. 
Emeline, m John Kemp, of N Y. 

Phcebe, m, First, Dr. George Taylor, U. S. A. ; Second, Wm. Sinclair, 
of Baltimore. 

Robert, died young. 
Robert, died young. 
Frank, died young. 

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SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Edward Bunker Coleman, son of Nathan-Elihu-Jethro- John-John- 
Thomas, b February 6, 1809 ; d December 18, 1885 ; m. First, October 6, 
1835 , Lucretia Marshall, of N. Y. ; she d October 11, 1852; Second, Ellen 
Voorhees, daughter of Abraham and Eliza Ann, September 18, 1857. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

Marshall, ^ October 6, 1836; d October 10, 1877. See eighth gene- 
ration. 

Eleanor, September 30, I860. Resides (1898) Brooklyn, N. Y. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Abraham B. Coleman, son of Nathan-Elihu-Jethro-John-John- 
Thomas, h July 12, 1812; d July 22, 1879, at Utica, N. Y. ; m. First, Mary 
Elma Woods, daughter of Joseph E. Woods, of N. Y. ; she d January 31» 
1852 ; Second, Mary A. Power. 

Childrbn (Eighth Generation.) 

Ann Eliza, b May 2, 1839 ; d September 1, 1861 ; m October 7, 1859, to 
Chas. Starbuck Bunker, son of Paul and Almira Bunker; no children. 

Mary Elizabeth, b December 30,1842; m October 11, 1866, Wm. 
Noble Dickinson, son of Geo. and Julia A. Dickinson, of Brooklyn, N. 
Y. ; three children, d July 30, 1897. 

Abraham B., Jr., b December 9, 1873 ; d March 21, 1879, Utica, N. Y. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Charles Silas Coleman, son of Nathan-Elihu-Jethro-John-John- 

Thomas, b October 6, 1814 ; d November, 1858 ; m November 25, 1837, 
Sophia Bethia Yellott, daughter of George and Bethia; she was 6 May 
18, 1816; d August 14, 1850. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

Bertha, b February 20, 1839 ; m February 19, 1883, Frank Angevine, 
son of Henry and Caroline Angevine ; six children. 

Louisa, b October 23,1843; d April 15,1874; m February 2, 1869, 
Aaron Coleman Macy, son of Aaron C. Macy and Jane Williamson, of 
Hudson, N. Y. ; he died November 14, 1880. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Samuel Silas Coleman, son of Nathan-Elihu-Jethro-John-John- 
Thomas, b October 6, 1814 ; d December 2, 1893 ; m October 6, 1841, Mary 
Matlack ; she was b September 16, 1831 ; d November 24, 1877, at Chip- 
pewa Falls, Wis. 

Children (Eighth Generation ) 

Samuel Matlack, b September 23, 1842; d April 28, 1874, at Rio 
Janeiro. 

Washington, b December 12, 1844 ; m October 4, 1877, to Susie M. 
Coleman. Resides (1898) Bay City, Mich. 

Robert Nathan, b January 14, 1847. See Eighth Generation. 

Dudley Gregory, ^ June 18, 1849; m September 27, 1877, to Clara 
G. Edkin. Resides (1898) Chippewa, Falls, Wis. 

Franklin, b September 9, 1851. See Eighth Generation. 

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SEVENTH GENERATION. 
Joseph Warren Coleman, son of David-Elihu- Jethro- John- John- 
Thomas, ^^ October 27, 1826; m May 6, 1851, Harriet Evelyn Simons. 
Resides (1898) Schooley's Mcuntain, N. J. 

Children (Eighth Generation .) 

Joseph Warren, Jr., f> February 26, 1853; m November 21, 1883, 
Jeannie Titus. 

Elizabeth Carrique, b September 30, 1853 ; d May 28, 1854. 

Carrie Evelyn, l> May 3, 1855 ; m October 15, 1884, Rev. J. Kinsey 
Smith, 

William Edward, l> August 12, 1860. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

John H. Coleman, son of Charles H.-Charles-Jethro-John-John- 
Thomas, l> February 22, 1813, Stamford, N. Y. ; cZ July G, 1887, Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y. ; m March 4, 1835, at Buffalo, to Charlotte Augusta Caryl, 
daughter of Benjamin Caryl and Susan Young. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

William Henry, l> December 25, 1837 ; d January 26, 1850. 

Charles Caryl, b April 25, 1840. Buffalo ; m 1875, Mary Alsager. 

Caryl M., b 1847 ; m September 8, 1881, Norrie Agnes Black, daughter 
of Charles Black and Mary Coddington. Resides (1898) Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 
Joseph D. Coleman, son of Benjamin-Jethro-Jethro-Johu-John- 
Thomas, ^ July 14, 1820 ; m October 28, 1847, Anna D. Carpenter, 
daughter of Daniel S. and Phebe Hull ; she was l> January 3, 1829; d Nov. 
22 1890. Phebe Hull was daughter of Henry Hull, a noted minister, in 
the Society of Friends. Resides (1898) Stanfordville, N. Y. 
Children (Eighth Generation.) 
Cora E., ^ November 30, 1857; m June 11, 1891, to Isaac S. Traviss, of 
Toronto. Two Children. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

George J. Coleman, son of Ben jamin-Jethro-Je thro- John- John- 
Thomas, b July 9 1826, Stanfordville, N. Y. ; m September 10, 1851. at 
Westkill, N. Y., to Hattie A. Bushnell, daughter of Alvin and Fanny 
Bushnell. Resides (1898) Mound Valley, Kansas. 

Children (Eighth Generation.) 

Mary Alvinette, l> July 25, 1852, Westkill ; m Mound Valley, Kan., to 
Clarence Low, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., February 17, 1875 ; d Poughkeepsie, 
November 10, 1875. 

Kay Bushnell, l> November 28, 1854, Watsonville, N. Y. See 8th 
Generation. 

Dean S., l^ January 18, 1864, Castleton, N. Y. Resides (1898) Mound 
Valley, Kansas. 

Fannie Mav, l> March 12, 1866, Castleton, N. Y. ; m June 10. 1896, to 
W. B. Coval. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Robert R. Coleman, son of Benjamin-Jethro-Jethro-John-John- 
Thomas. <^ May 31, 1828, Stanfordville, N. Y. ; m First, December 17, 
1857, Catherine L. Brown, daughter of Daniel and Hannah Brown, 
Pleasant Valley, N. Y. ; Second, December 12, 1864, Julia M. Coffin, 
daughter of John and Clarissa Coffin, Chatham, N. Y. He d January 3, 
1882, at Mound Valley, Kan. Julia d March 30 1897, Mound Valley, Kan. 



Children (Eighth Generation.) 

Evelyn B., b October 5, 1858, Stanfordville, N. Y.; m Oct. 17, 1878, to 
Judson Wilson, at Mound Valley, Kan. 

Mary B., b June 6, 1860, Clinton, N. Y.; m May 5, 1886, to Joseph 
Wilson, at Mound Valley, Kan. 

Edward R., b January 16, 1866, Clinton, N. Y. ; f? in infancy. 

Kate, b May 20, 1867, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; d in infancy. 

Nellie, b September 3, 1868, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; d in infancy. 

William C, b May 21, 1870, Chatham, N. Y. Resides (1898) Mound 
Valley, Kan. 

Frank W., b March 31, 1876, Mound Valley, Kansas ; d July 8, 1876. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

George I>. Coleman, son of Paul-Paul-Elihu-Jethro-John-John- 
Thouias, h January 2, 1844 ; m April 10, 1877, at Balto, to Susie Ball, 
daughter of John J. and Mary. Resides (1898) Fredericksburg, Va. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 
Romelia B., b September 28, 1878, Spottsylvania Co., Va. 
Paul D., h November 10, 1880, Spottsylvania Co., Va. 
Grace Genevieve, h May 12, 1883, Spottsylvania Co., Va. 
George Bell, h Ap.iil 23, 1886, Spottsylvania Co., Va. 
Mary Esther, h September 16, 1888, Spottsylvania Co., Va. 
Murray A., h July 31, 1896, Spottsylvania Co., Va. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Royal B. Coleman, son of Paul Paul-Elihu-Jethro- John-John- 
Thomas, h February 1, 1847. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 
George P., 
Royal B., Jr. 
Oscar 0. 
Anna. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Oscar B, Coleman, son of Paul-Paul-Elihu-Jethro-John-John- 
Thomas, h May 31, 1850, Greenport, N. Y.; m May 28, 1875, at Southport, 
Pa., Helen P, Yerdon, daughter of Peter and Louisa Yerdon ; she was 6 
February 23, 1852, Otsego Co., N. Y. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 
Lena May, h February 24, 1876, Colevill, Pa. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Harvey P. Coleman, son of Frederick-Thaddeus-Elih-uJethro- 
John-John-Thomas, h May 17, 1832, Mendon, N. Y. ; d November, 1876, 
St. Paul, N. Y. ; m 1833, at Chippewa Falls, to Alzina Burdick. d Nov. 
19, 1866, at St, Paul, Minn, 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 

Frederick, drowned at Chippewa Falls, about 3 years old. 

23 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 
Edwin W. Coleman, son of Frederick-Thaddeus-Elihu-Jethro- 
John-John-Thomas, b April 19, 1834, at Mendon, N. Y. ; m First, Maria 
Celestia Rounds, 1860, at Chippewa Falls; Second, February 24, 1898, 
Maria Campion, of Waukesha, Wis. Resides (1898) Kansas City, Mo. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 
Alta, i> April 3, 1873, at Chippewa Falls. 
Arthur, b July 12, 1875. at Chippewa Falls. 
Maud, b February 22, 1878, Lawrence, Kansas. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Isaih Bunker Coleman, son of Stephen Gorham-Thaddeus- 
Elihu-Jethro-John-John- 1 homas, b Nov. 6, 1836 ; m First, September 
18. 1861, at Dexter, Mich. Julia A. Barber; she d May 4, 1875, at Grand 
Rapids, Mich.; Second, Katie Walters, at Utica, N. Y., May 9, 1877. 
Resides (1898) Elmira, N. Y. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 
George B., b April 10, 1863, Rochester. See 9th Generation. 
Addison B., b November 20, 1870, Detroit; d August 24, 1872. 
Ralph, b June 20, 1873, Detroit, Mich. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Theodore Coleman, son of Charles B. -Barnabas-Elihu-Jethro- 
John-John-Thomas, b January 26, 1842, Rochester ; m June 7, 1870, at 
Orange, Wis., Jennie Coleman, daughter of Mathew Coleman. Resides 
(1898) Pasadena, Cal. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 

Frank Jesse, b September 20, 1871, Beatrice, Neb. 

Alice Emma, b July 27, 1873, Beatrice, Neb. 

Charles Matthew, b May 2, 1877, Alexandria, Va. 

Sarah Ferris, b February 1, 1880, Santa Clara, Cal. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 
William E. Coleman, son of EJihu-Barnabas-Elihu-Jethro- 
John-John-Thomas, b July 16, 1835 Rochester, N. Y. ; d August 10, 1871, 
Rochester, N. Y ; m January 23, 1855, Rosetta A. Cobb, daughter of 
Sidney and Electa Cobb. She resides (1898 i Lowell, Mich., now Mrs. M. 
N. Hine. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 

William Sidney, b October 13, 1855, Rochester. 

Anna Electa, b April 27, 1860, Rochester; in December 9, 1877, 
at Ada, Mich., John W. Broadbent. Resides (1898) Lowell, Mich., three 
children. 

Bertha Agnes, 6 September 2, 1865, Rochester ; m February 2, 1887, 
Lowell, Mich., Harry A, Sherman. Resides (1898) Lowell, Mich., three 
children. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Edgar W. Coleman, son of Elihu-Barnabas-Elihu-Jethro-John- 
John-Thomas, b July 19, 1841; m First, October 26, 1866, at Ghent, 
Amelia Angell, daughter of Ephraim ; Second, Emma F., daughter of 
Thomas P. Williams and Caroline Mertz, at Catasauqua, Pa., September 
11, 1879. Resides (1898) Bradford, Pa. over. 



Children (Ninth Generation.) 

Anna Eliza, b Rochester, July 24, 1867. 

Caroline, b Bradford, January 27, 1884 ; d January 28, 1884. 

Howard Williams, b Bradford, July 10, 1888. 

Margaret, b Bradford, June 16, 1893. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

William B. Coleman, eon of George-Nathan-Elihu-Jethro- 
John-John-Thomas, b May 20, 1828, N. Y. ; ??i First, June 5, 1850, Cornelia 
Barnard Allen, daughter of Wm. H. Allen and Phebe Comstock ; she 
was b February 4, 1838 ; d May 6, 1882 ; Second, January 8, 1896, to Mary 
Margaret Lamport, daughter of Freeborn Sisson Lamport and Sarah 
Maria Bull, and widow of John S. Christie. Served during the war of 
the rebellion, on the Mississippi and Gulf of Mexico, as Paymaster 
U. S. Navy. Took part in Battle of Belmont, Ft. Henry, Ft. Donelson, 
Shiloh, Rebel Ram "Arkansas" and Blockading Service. Resides (1898) 
Erie, Pa. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 

William B., Jr., b April 12, 1852, Elmira, N. Y. Resides (1998) TJtica, 
N. Y. 

Oliver Allen, b March 1, 1854, Flatland, L. I. See Ninth Generation. 
George Silas, b June 8, 1856, Flatland, L. I. See Ninth Generation. 
Charles Silas, b August 6, 1861, Brooklyn. Resides (1898) Erie, Pa. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

James Macy Coleman, son of George-Nathan-Elihu-Jethro- 
John- John-Thomas, b December 20, 1839 ; m October 4, 1866, at N. Y., 
to Mary Elma Townsend, daughter of Leander W. Townsend and Ann 
Eliza Wood. Resides (1898) Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Childrbn (Ninth Generation.) 

Abraham Bunker, b July 25, 1867. 

Leander Walter Townsend, b November 1, 1888. 

Grace Hallam, b June 3, 1871. 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

Silas Bunker Coleman, son of George-Nathan-Elihu-Jethro- 
John -John-Thomas, b July 29, 1843, New York City ; m First, November 
11, 1871, at Detroit, Mich., Rebecca Fitzhugh Backus, daughter of 
Frederick Wm. Backus and Emily Louisa Montgomery, of Detroit, 
Mich. The Backus' and Montgomery's were the pioneers of Rochester. 
N. Y. Second, June 25, 1890, Flora Bell Van Husan, daughter of Caleb 
Van Husan, of Detroit, and widow of Henry W. Standart. Served dur- 
ing the war of the Rebellion as an officer of the Navy. Took part in the 
attacks on Fort Henry, Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Battle with Confederate 
Ram "Arkansas," Running the Battries at Vicksburgh and both assaults 
on that place, Red River Expedition, etc., etc. Honorably discharged 
December 12, 1865, as Acting Master U. S. Navy. Resides (1898) Detroit, 
Mich. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 

Emily Montgomery, b September 11, 1872, Ft. Whipple, Arizona. 

Frederick Wm. Backus, b May 17, 1874, Detroit. 

Archibald, l> May 29, 1877, Detroit. 

25 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Frederick Wni. Coleman, son of Robert-Nathan-Elihu-Jethro- 

John-John-Thomas, h March 5, 1836, in New York City ; in November 
18, 1875, Olara Pauline Adams, of Balto, daughter of Samuel Henry 
Adams and Maria Cecilia Logne. Served during the war of the Rebel- 
lion as Captain 151st N. Y. Volunteers. Took part in the operations of 
Mine Run, action of Paynes Cross Roads and Battle of Cold Harbor, 
where he was badly wounded and retired in consequence of disabilities 
arising therefrom. He entered the regular army in 1866, and resigned 
as Captain 15th U. S. Infantry, March 31, 1874. Brevetted Captain 
October 22, 1867, for gallant and meritorious services in batile of Spott- 
sylvania, Va. and battle of Cold Harbor. Resides (1898) Washington, D.C. 

Children (Ninth Generation ) 

Mary Angevine, b November 2, 1876, Baltimore. 

Frederick William, b July 16, 1878, Baltimore. 

Robert Arthur, h April 1881, Baltimore ; d June 14, 1892, 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Marshall Coleman, son of Edward B.-Nathan-Elihu-Jethro- 
John- John-Thomas, b October 6, 1836 ; d October 10, 1877 ; m September 
5, 1859, at Cincinnati, Elizabeth A. Coi*neau, daughter of John A. and 
Rebecca H. ; she d December 23, 1886, buried in Spring Grove Cemetery, 
Cincinnati, O. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 

Howard Marshall, b May 15, 1860, Cincinnati ; m September 11, 1895, 
Annette Brouse, Ceres, Cal. 

Wm. Ellis, b September 15, 1862, Cincinnati. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Stephen Gorham Coleman, Jr., son of Stephen Gorham- 
Thaddens-Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Thomas, h April 29, 1847, at Roches- 
ter, N. Y.; v\ at Livonia, N. Y., May 7, 1884, to Efifie Smith, daughter of 
Artemus Smith and Sarah Williams. She was h Oct. 28, 1860, at Pratts- 
burg, N. Y. Resides (1898) Milwaukee, Wis. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 

Bessie Rachael, h June 17, 1886, Chicago. 
Walter Stephen, h May 15, 1891, Milwaukee. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Kay Bushnell Coleraan, son of George J.-Benjamin-Jethro- 
Jethro-John- John-Thomas, h November 28, 1854, at Watsonville, N. Y.; 
m May 8, 1884, at Mound Valley, Kansas to Emma McGregory, she d 
October 19, 1893, at Mound Valley. Resides (1898) Mound Valley, Kan. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 

Ethel S., 6 June 9, 1885. 

May C, 6 April 17, 1890 ; d July 24, 1891. 

20 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Franklin Coleman, son of Samuel S.-Nathan-Elihu-Jethro- 
John- John-Thomas, b September 9, 1851, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m April 13, 
1881, Sarah Taylor Avila, daughter of Samuel A. and Jane Maria; she 
was b May 26, 1859, Brooklyn. Resides (1898) Biooklyn, N. Y. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 

Josie Louise, h February 8, 1882. 
Samuel Avila, b February 17, 1886. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Robert Nathan Coleman, son of Samuel S.-Nathan-Elihu- 
Jethro-John-John-Thomas, b January 14, 18i7 ; m May 15, 1873, Rosalie 
H. Palmer, daughter of Charlea and Harriet M. Resides (1898) Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 

Leighton Palmer, b March 1, 1874. 
Louise Matlack, b January 13, 1878. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Edwartl H. Coleman, son of Henry-Barnabas-Elihu-Jethro- 
John- John-Thomas, h December 2S, 1841, Rochester, N. Y.; m June 20, 
1880, to Mary B. Bowe, 
Resides (1898) Chippewa Falls, Wis. 

Children (Ninth Generation ) 

Mary Persis, 6 July 15, 1881. 

Bessie, h October 5, 1883; d August 1, 1891. 

Henry, 6 September, 1885. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Henry B . Coleman, son of Henry-Barnabus-Elihu-Jethro- John- 
John-Thomas, h August 5, 1847, Rochester, N. Y.; in December 24, 1875, 
to Eda M. Frende. Resides (1898) Chicago, 111. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 
Charles H., h November 27, 1876. 
Bert, h August 25, 1878; d February 2, 1884. 
Marshall, h September 11, 1880; d February 15, 1884. 
Alfred, h October 28, 1886. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Earne.st B. Coleman, son of Henry-Barnabas-Elihu-Jethro- 
John-Jobn-lhomas, 6 September 11, 1853, Rochester, N. Y. ; ??!. Jnne, 
1878, to Anna Calkins, She d November 10, 1883. Resides (1898) Chicago, 
111. 

Children (Ninth Generation.) 

Edward, h December 23, 1877. 

Florence, b August 10, 1879; d March 11, 1881. 

Herbert, h Jeauary 2, 1881. 

87 



NINTH GENERATION. 

William Sidney Coleman, son of William E.-Elihu-Barnabas- 
Elihu-Jethro- John -John-Thomas, h Octobar 13, 1855, Eochester ; m April 
7, 1883, Elyda J. Young. Lowell, Mich., daughter of V. D. Young. 
Resides (1898) Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Children (Tenth Generation.) 

Clara, 6 November 11, 1890, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
"William Sidney, h October 17, 1895, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

Oliver Allen Coleman, son of William B.-George-Nathan-Elihu- 
Jethro-John-John-Thomas, b March 1, 1854, Flatlands, N. Y. ; m May 22, 
1884, at Americus, Ga., Vivienne, daughter of Frank E. Burke ; she was 
* Centreville, Ala,, August 7, 1866. Resides (1898) Macon, Ga. 

Children (Tenth Generation.) 

Cornelia, b October 7, 1885, Americus, Ga. 
Wm. Burke, b November 27, 1889, Americus, Ga. 
Ruth, b February 7, 1893, Americus, Ga. 
Thomas Edmund, b July 23, 1895, Americus, Ga. 



NINTH GENERATION. 

Georg-e Silas Coleman, son of William B.-George-Nathan- 
Elihu-Jethro-John-John-Thomas, b June 8, 1858, Fiatland, N. Y. ; m 
June 5, 1888, Amelia M. Bergen, daughter of Jacob I. Bergen and Cor- 
nelia Marion Betts. Resides (1898) N. Y. 

Children (Tenth Generation ) 
Gertrude Brainerd, b August 31, 1889, N. Y. 

NINTH GENERATION. 
George B. Coleman, son of IsaihB.-Stephen Gorman-Thaddens- 
Elihu-Jethro-Johu-John-Thomas, & April 10, 1883, Rochester, N. Y.; m 
at Franklin, Mass., to Mario Van Horn, daughter of John F. Van Horn 
and Maria S. Follenabee. Resides (1898) Franklin, Mass. 

Children (Tenth Generation.) 
Lillian Belle, h September 6, 1888, Franklin, Mass. 
Olive Maaie, h September 30, 1889, Franklin, Mass. 
Julia May, & June 13, 1891, Franklin, Mass. 
George B., Jr., h May 12, 1893, Franklin, Mass. 



S8 



IndeJj of CoUnians decended frora Thoirias 
Coienian. 



NAME. 


PARENT. 


NAME, 


PARENT. 


Aaron S. 


Samuel B. 


17 


Dean S. 


Geoi-ge J. 


23 


Ahial 


Barnabas 


9 


Deljorah 


Tobias 


7 


Abigal 


John 


7 


" 


Jethro 


9 




Elihn 


10 


" 


Nathan 


14 


»' 


William 


13 


Dinah 


David 


14 


Abraham 


Nathaniel 


11 


Dorcas 


Thomas 


8 


" Bunker 


Nathan 


14-21 


" 




6 


B., Jr, 


Abraham B. 


21 


Dudley Gregory 


Samuel S. 


21 


" Bunker 


James M. 


25 


Earnest B. 


Henry 


27 


Adaline M. 


Frederick 


17 


Edward 


Benjamin 


15 


Addisou B. 


Isaaih B. 


24 


" 


Joseph G. 


15 


Albert 


Nathaniel 


11 


" Bunker 


Nathan 


14-21 


Alexander 


Paul 


12 17 


" H. 


Henry 


19-27 


Alfred 


Henry B. 


27 


R. 


Robert R. 


23 


Almira B. 


George 


19-20 


" 


Earnest B. 


27 


Alta 


Edwin W. 


24 


Edgar W. 


Elihu 


18-24 


Alice Emma 


Theodore 


24 


Edwin W. 


Frederick 


17-24 


Amelia 


Samuel B. 


17 


Eleanor 


Edward B. 


21 


Andrew 


Matthew 


19 


EIea/,er 


Tobias 


7 


Andrew 


Enoch 


8 


Elihu 


John 


5-8-10 


Ann 


Joseph 


7 


" 


Jethro 


9-10 




Jethro 


9 


" 


Barnabas 


13-18 


" 


Barnabas 


13 


Eliza 


Obed 


12 


" Eliza 


Abraham B. 


21 


" 


Samuel 


13 


Anna 


Elihu 


10 


" 


James B. 


16 




Jethro 


11 


" R. 


Matthew 


19 


" M. 


Frederick 


17 


Elizabeth 


Barnabas 


9 


" P. 


Samuel B. 


17 




Elihu 


10 


" Eliza 


George 


19-20 


" 


Elihu 


10 


" Electa 


William E. 


24 


" 


David 


14 


" Eliza 


Ed{,'ar W. 


25 


" 


Henry 


19 




Royal B. 


23 


" E. 


Matthew 


19 


" H. 


Joseph R. 


15 


" Carrique 


Joseph W. 


22 


•' H. 


Laban 


14 


Emeline 


Barnabas 


13 


Arthur 


Frederick 


17 


" 


David 


14 




Edwin W. 


24 


" 


Samuel B. 


18 


Archibald 


Silas B. 


25 


" 


*' 


18 


Avis 


Thaddeus 


12 


" 


Robert B. 


20 








Emily R. 


P^rederick 


17 


Barnabas 


John 


8-9 


" Montgomery 


Silas B. 


25 




Barnabas 


9 


Emma 


Charles B. 


18 


«' 


Elihu 


10-13 


" Sophia 


" 


18 


Benjamin 


Thomas 


6 


Enoch 


Jeremiah 


8 




Jolin 


7 


Ephraim 


Tobias 


7-8 


" 


Jethro 


11-15 


" 


p;phraim 


8 


M. 


Sylvanua 


11 


Ethel S. 


Kay B. 


26 


Bert 


Henry B. 


27 


Eunice 


John 


8 


Berth a 


Charles S. 


21 


" 


Jethro 


9 


" Agnes 


William E. 


24 


" 


Simeon 


11 


Bessie 


Edward H. 


27 


" 


Obed 


12 


" Rachael 


Stephen G., 


Jr. 26 


" 


Alexander 


17 


Bethuel 


Simeon 


11 


" 


Elihu 


10 








Evelyn B. 


Robert R. 


23 


Caroline 


David 


14 










Joseph R. 


15 


Fannie May 


George J. 


23 


A: 


Frederick 


17 


Ferdinand T. 


George 


19-20 




Edijar W. 


25 


Florence 


Charles B. 


18 


Carrie Evelyn 


Joseph Warren 22 


" 


Earnest B. 


27 


Caryl M. 


John H. 


22 


Frank 


Robert B. 


20 


Catherine 


Laban 


14 


'• W. 


Robert R. 


23 


Teller 


Stephen G. 


17 


" Jesse 


Theodore 


24 


Charles 


Jethro 


9-10 


Franklin 


Samuel S. 


21-27 




Simeon 


11 


Frederick 


Thaddens 


13-17 


'• 


Laban 


14 


Wm. 


Robert B. 


20-26 


H. 


Charles 


10-15 


Wm. 


Frederick Wm. 26 


H. 


Henry B. 


27 


AVm. 


Frederick W. 26 


ffl 


Barnabas 


13-18 


Wm. B. 


Silas B. 


25 


" Silas 


Nathan 


14-21 


" 


Harvey P, 


23 


S. 


Charles B. 


18 








" Caryl 


John H. 


23 


George 


Nathan 14-19-20 


" Matthew 


Theodore 


34 


" B. 


Isaaih B. 


24-28 


Silas 


William B, 


25 


" B., Jr. 


George B. 


23 


Charlotte S. 


Henry 


19 


" D. 


Paul 


15-23 


Clara 


Wm. Sidney 


28 


" J. 


Benjamin 


15-23 


Clarissa 


David 


14 


" P. 


Royal B. 


23 


Cora E. 


Joseph D. 


33 


" Silas 


William B. 


25-28 


Cornelia 


Oliver A. 


28 


" Bell 


George D. 


23 








Grace Hallam 


James M. 


25 


David 


Elihu 


10-14 


Grace Genevieve 


George D. 


23 


" 


Paul 


16 


GertrudeBrainerd 


George Silas 28 



NAME, 



PARENT. 



NAME. 



PARENT. 



Hannah 
Harvey P. 
Helen 
Henry 



" B. 

" Abel 

44 

Herbert 
Hepsabeth 
Homer 
Howard M. 

Wm, 

Isaac 

Lsaih Bunker 

Jabez 
Jared 
James B. 
" Macy 

Jane 
Jeremiah. 

Jethro 



John 



" H. 

" Franklin 
Joseph 

" R. 

" G. 

" Warren 

" D. 

" W., Jr. 
Josie Louise 
Josiah 
Joanna 
Judah 
Judith 



Julia May 

Kay Bushnell 
Kate 

Laban 
Laura 

Leander W. T. 
Leighton P. 
Lena May 
Lillian Belle 
Lois 
Louisa 

Louise Matlock 
Lydia 



MatUda 
Marietta 



1st 
2d 



Ephraim 8 

Frederick 17-23 

Paul 16 

Barnabas 13-19 

Laban 14 

Charles H. 15 

Benjamin 15 

Henry 19 
19-27 

Alexander 17 

Edward H. 27 

Earnest B. 27 

Barnabas 9 

Alexander 17 

Marshall 26 

Elgar W. 25 



Thomas 
John 
Stephen G. 



Tobias 7 

Barnabas 13-18 

Obed 12-10 
George 19-20-25 

James B. 16 

Matthew 19-24 

John 7-8 
2 

John 8-9 

Jethro 9 
9-U 

Simeon 9-11 

Thomas 6-7 

John 7 

Thomas 8 

John 8 

Simeon 11 
Charles H. 15-22 

Obed 12-16 

Thomas 6-7 

Joseph 7 
Jethro 11-14-15 

Obed 12-15 

David 14-22 
Benjamin 15-22 
Joseph Warren 22 

Franklin 27 

Obed 12 

Thomas 6 

Tobias 7 

Barnabas 9 

Elihu 10 

Thaddens 12 

George B. 28 



Marshall 

Maud 
Maria B. 
Martha J. 



George J. 
Robert R. 

Charles 
Samuel 
James M. 
Robert N. 
Oscar B. 
George B. 
Thaddens 
Samuel B. 
Charles S. 
Robert N. 
Tobias 
Jethro 
Elihu 
Jethro 
Nathaniel 
Samuel 
William 
James B. 

Samuel 
Charles B. 
Henry 

Edward B. 
Henry B. 
Edwin W. 
David 
Frederick 
James B. 



22-28 
23 

10-14 
13 
25 
27 
23 
28 
12 
17 
21 
27 
7-13 
9 
10 
11 
11 
13 
12 
16 

13 
18 
19 
19 
21-2« 
27 
24 
14 
17 
16 



Matthew 1st 
2d 
E. 

Mary 



" Esther 

" Louisa 

" Ida 

" Elizabeth 

" Ida 

" Elizabeth 

" Alvinette 

" B. 

" Angevine 

" Pefsis 
May C. 
Morris C. 
Murray A. 
Margaret 

Nathan 
Nathaniel 

NeUie 

Obed 

Olive Marie 
Oliver Allen 
Oscar B. 
" C. 

Paul 



" D. 

Phebe 



" Rachael 
Phoebe 
Priscilla 



Ralph 

Rachael 

Rebecca 

Romelia 

B. 
Robert Arthur 
Roberts. 
R. 



" Nathan 
Royal B. 

" B., Jr. 
Ruth 



Samuel 



Sarah 



B. 

Silas 
Mat lack 
Avila 



" Ann 

" Ferris 
Sally 
Seth 
Simeon 

Silas Bunker 
Solomon 
Stephen Gorham 
" Jr. 
Susanna 

Susan B. 
Susan M, 



Barnabas 

Matthew 
John 
Elihu 
Benjamin 
George D. 
Samuel B. 
Jared 
Elihu 
Matthew 
Abraham B. 
Georce J. 
Robert R. 
Frederick W 
Edv.-ard H. 
Kay B. 
Laban 
George D. 
Edgar W. 

Elihu 
John 
Barnabas 
Robert R. 

Barnabas 
George B. 
William B. 
Paul 
Royal B. 

Jethro 

Elihu 

Paul 

George D. 
John 

EUhu 

William 

Samuel 

Samuel B. 

Robert B. 

John 

Elihu 

Isaaih B. 

Nathaniel 

Barnabas 



13 
13-19 
19 
8 
10 
15 
23 
18 
18 
18 
19 
21 
22 
23 
. 26 
27 
26 
14 
23 
25 

10-14 

5-8 

9-11 

23 

9-12 

28 

25-28 

16-23 

23 

9 

10 

10-12 

12-16 

23 

7 

8 

10 
13 
13 
18 
20 
5-8 
10 

24 
11 



Paul 16 

George D. 23 
Frederick Wm. 26 

Nathan 14-20 

Benjamin 15-22 

Robert B. 20 
20 

Samuel S. 21-27 

Paul 16-23 

Royal B. 23 

Elihu 10 

Oliver A. 28 

Elihu 10-13 

Barnabas 13-17 

Nathan 14-21 

Samuel Silas 21 

Franklin 27 

Tobias 7 

Barnabas 9 

Obed 12 

Thaddens 12 

Stephen G. 17 

Matthew 19 

Theodore 24 

Nathaniel 11 

Barnabas 9 

Jethro 9-11 

Simeon 11 
George 19-20-25 

John 7 

Thaddens 12-17 

Stephen G. 17-26 

Thomas 6 

Seth 9 

Samuel B. 18 

Jared 18-21 



NAME. 



PARENT. 



Sylvanus 
Thomas 



" Edmund 
Thaddeus 
Theodore 
Thurza 
Tobias 

"Walter Stephen 

Washington 

William 

H. 



Barnabas 



9-11 



2-3-4-5-6 
Tobias 3-7-8 

John 7 

Oliver A. 28 

Elihu 10-13 

Charles B. 18-19-24 
18 
Thomas 6-7 

Stephen G., Jr. 26 
Samuel Silas 18-21 
Barnabas 9-13 
Charles 10 



NAME. 



PARENT. 



AVilli 



Dean 

E. 

Bunker 

Edward 

Henry 

C. 

Sidnev 

'• Jr. 
B.. .Tr. 
Ellis 

Burke 



William 

Nathan 

Charles H. 

Benjamin 

Eliliu 

GeoFf^e 



12 
14 
15 
15 
18-X'4 
10-20-25 



Joseph Warren 
John H. 22 

Robert R. 23 

William E. 24^28 
William Sidney 28 
William B. 25 

MarshaU 20 

Elihu 10 

Oliver A. 28 



Farailies connected by Marriage. 





COLEMAN. 




Allen, Edward, 


Ann 


7 


Arther, Mary, 


Simeon 


11 


Armstrong, Mahlon, 


Romelia 


16 


Angevine, Susan, 


Robert B. 


20 


" Emeline, 


Robert B. 


20 


Frank, 


Bertha 


21 


Angall, Amelia, 


Edgar W. 


24 


Allen, Cornelia B., 


William B. 


25 


Adams, Clara P., 


Frederick Wm, 


26 


Avila, Sarah Taylor, 


Franklin 


27 


Alsager, Mary, 


Charles Caryl 


33 


Bunker, Ann, 


Joseph 


7 


" Samuel, 


Priscilla 


8 


" Latham, 


Ann 


9 


'• Phebe, 


Joseph G. 


15 


" Mary, 


Josiah 


12 


" Eunice, 


Paul 


12 


" William M., 


Lydia 


13 


" Phebe, 


Nathan 


14 


" Avis, 


David 


14 


" Eliza Macy, 


George 19, 


20 


" Charles S., 


Ann Eliza 


31 


Barnard, Abigal, 


William 


13 


" Eliza Macy, 


Barnabas 


9 


" Jemima, 


Elihu 


10 


Barney, Peter, 


Sally 


11 


Barker, Benjamin, 


Eliza 


13 


Buzzell, Frank, 


Theyra 


18 


Bate, Andrew J., 


Florence 


18 


Bushnell, Hattie A., 


George J. 


83 


Brown, Cath. L., 


Robert R. 


23 


Brown, Phebe, 


Sylvanus 


11 


Burdick, Alzina, 


Harvey P. 


33 


Broadbent, John W., 


Anna Electa 


24 


Backus Rebecca F., 


Silas B. 


25 


Ball, Susie. 


George D. 


33 


Barber, Julia A. , 


Isaaih B. 


34 


Burke, Vivienne, 


Oliver Allen 


38 


Black, Norrie Agnes, 


Caryl M. 


23 


Brouse, Annette, 


Howard M. 


26 


Bergen, Amelia M., 


George S. 


38 


Bowe, Mary B., 


Edward H. 


37 


Coffin, William, 


Lydia 


9 


" Deborah Russell, 


Jethro 


9 


" Obed, 


Deborah 


9 


" Nathaniel, 


Rebecca 


9 


" Micajor, 


Abigal 


10 


" David, 


Ruth 


10 


" Peter, 


Priscilla 


10 


" John, 


Anna 


10 


'« Julia M., 


Robert R. 


33 


" William, 


Caroline 


15 


Clark, Abial, 


Barnabas 


9 


Crane, Mary, 


Charles 


11 


Carrique, Paul Dean, 


Elizabeth 


14 


Carman, Jane, 


Laban 


14 


Case, Mary, 


Alexander 


17 


Calkins, Anna, 


Earnest B, 


27 


Campion, Maria, 


Edwin W. 


24 


Chase, Mary Ann, 


Samuel B. 


17 


Culver, Horace H. 


Mary Ida 


18 


Caryl, Charlotte A., 


John H. 


22 


Carpenter, Anna D., 


Joseph D. 


23 





COLEMAN. 




Cobb, Rosetta A. , 


William E. 


24 


Collins, William C, 


Eliza 


13 


Cathcart, Gersham, 


Phebe 


7 


Corneau, Elizabeth A. , 


Marshall 


26 


Christie. Mary Margaret, 


William B. 


25 


Coval, W. B , 


Fannie May 


22 


DeGarmo, John, 


Emeline 


13 


Dean, Sarah, 


Benjamin 


15 


" Anna, 


Joseph R. 


15 


DeWitt, George A., 


Emeline 


18 


Dyar, Mary, 


Matthew 


19 


Dickinson, Wm. N. 


Mary Elizabeth 


21 


Dolan, Julia, 


William 


15 


Eastman, Sarah B., 


Charles 


U 


TJ'ri crl anfl 


John 


11 


JLugictXI(.l, 

Evans, Jesse G., 


Sarah Ann 


19 


Edkin, Clara G.. 


Dudley G. 


21 


Fowler, Margery, 


Thomas 


6 


Folger, Joanna, 


John 


7 


' ' Barzilla, 


Phebe 


8 


•• George, 


Sarah 


9 


Timothy, 


Abial 


9 


'* Abisha, 


Elizabeth 


9 


Seth, 


Phebe 


10 


Phebe, 


Samuel 


13 


" Robert M., 


Clarissa 


14 


Frende, Eda M., 


Henry B. 


27 


Gardner, Christopher, 


Eunice 


9 


Ezra, 


Lydia 


10 


•' Hepsabeth, 


Albert 


11 


" Benjamin, 


Sarah 


12 


Hussey, Catherine, 


Charles 


9 


" ' Rachel Bunker, 


Barnabas 


9 


" Hepsabeth, 


Nathaniel 


11 


Howland, John M., 


Matilda 


13 


Hull. Dorcas, 


Charles H. 


15 


" Abbie, 


" 


15 


Hubbard, Loretta, 


Frederick 


17 


Hinckley, Charles B,, 


Martha J. 


17 


Hull, Phebe, 


Joseph D. 


22 


Hull, Anna D., 


Josoph D. 


22 


Hunter, Martha A., 


Aaron S. 


17 


Ingraham, Timothy M., 


Anna Eliza 


19 


Johnson, Mary, 


Thomas 


5 


Kemp, John, 


Emeline 


20 


Lamport, Mary M., 


William B. 


25 


LeRoy, Benjamin, 


Catherine 


14 


Low, Clarence, 


Mary A. 


22 


Lashway, Lewis, 


Elizabeth 


19 


McGregory, Emma, 


Kay B. 


26 


My rick, Mary, 


Enoch 


8 


Marshall, Willet, 


Phebe 


13 


Matlack, Emily, 


Jared 


18 


Miller, Forrest, 


Mary Elizabeth 


18 


Marshall, Percis, 


Henry 


19 


Mosteller. Wm. H. 


Mary Ida 


19 


Matlack, Mary, 


Samuel Silas 


21 


Mertz, Emma T., 


Edgar W. 


24 





COLEMAN. 




Mack, CM., 


Maretta, 2d 


19 


Marshall, Lucretia, 


Edward B. 


21 


Morse, Sarah, 


Barnabas 


9 


Macy, Mary, 


Solomon 


7 


" Lydia, 


Jethro 


9 


*' Richard, 


Judith 


10 


" Elizabeth, 


Elihu 


10 


" Edward, 


Susannah 


9 


" Eliza B., 


John Franklin 


16 


" Lydia W.. 


James B, 


16 


'• Lydia W., 


Paul 


12 


" Eunice, 


Thaddens 


12 


♦• Rachael, 


Barnabas 


13 


" Phebe, 


Nathan 


14 


*• Susan, 


Jared 


18 


'* Anna, 


Elihu 


18 


" Aaron C, Jr., 


Louisa 


21 


" Hepsabeth, 


Abraham 


11 


'• Anna, 


Benjamin M. 


11 


" John, 


Eunice 


10 


'• Solomon, 


Lydia 


11 


" Abraham, 


Elizabeth 


10 


Nye, Jonathan, 


Laura 


13 


Norton, Esther, 


Paul 


16 


Ordway, William W., 


Sarah 


17 


Pinkham, Ruth, 


John 


8 


Paddock. Lydia, 


Jethro 


9 


Pinkham, Shubael, 


Mary 


10 


Pound, Elijah, 


Judith 


13 


" Joel, 


Ann 


13 


Perkins, 


Caroline 


14 


Peek, Horace W., 


Maria Louisa 


18 


Power Mary A., 


Abraham B, 


21 


Palmer, Rosalie H. , 


Robert N. 


27 


Pearson, Phebe, 


Thomas 


8 


Pratt, Sarah, 


Jeremiah 


8 


Reynolds, Ann, 


Isaac 


7 


Russell, William, 


Mary 


8 


" John, Jr., 


Hepsabeth 


9 


Remington, Hannah, 


William H. 


10 


Rounds, Maria C, 


Edwiu W. 


24 


Swett, Deliverance, 


Soloman 


7 


Star buck, Priscilla, 


John 


8 


Swain, Rebecca, 


Simeon 


9 


'• Deborah, 


Seth 


9 


Swift, Mary, 


Sylvanus 


11 


Swain, Eliza, 


Obed 


12 


" Eunice, 


William 


10 


Starbuck, Hepsabeth, 


Nathaniel 


11 


Starbuck, Priscilla, 


John 


8 


Sherman, Harry A. 


Bertha Agues 


24 


Sinclair. Wm., 


Phoebe 


20 


Skinner, W. J. 


Emily R. 


17 


' ' George R. 


Anna P. 


17 


Storms, Caroline, 


Charles B. 


18 


Storms, Thurya, 


Charles B. 


18 


Simons, Harriet E., 


Joseph Warren 


22 


Smith, J. Kinsey, 


Carrie Evelyn 


22 


Smith, Effie, 


Stephen G.,"Jr. 


26 



Trot, Ann, 



John 





COLEMAN. 




Thurston, Job, 


Rachael 


11 


Taylor, Alfred, 


Dinah 


14 


" George, 


Phoebe 


20 


Tobey, Eluiira, 


Paul 


16 


Teller, Rachael, 


Stephen Gorham 


17 


Townsend, Mary Elma, 


James M. 


25 


Tisdale. James, 


Abigal 


7 


Titus, Jeannie, 


J. Warren, Jr. 


21 


Traviss, Isaac S., 


Cora E. 


23 


Tillotson, John, 


Dorcas 


6 


Underwood, Elizabeth, 


Matthew 


19 


Van Horn, Marie, 


George B. 


28 


Verity, C. A., 


Eliza R. 


19 


Van Every. Henry, 


Maria B. 


14 


Voorhees, Ellen, 


Edward B. 


21 


Van Husan, Flora B., 


Silas B. 


25 


Watson, Jane, 


Isaac 


7 


"Worth, Andrew, 


Judith 


9 


Wing, Hepsabeth, 


William 


12 


Whipple, George, 


Eunice 


12 


Williamson, Elizabeth, 


Charles H. 


15 


Wood, E. E., 


Caroline A. 


17 


Willets, Elizabeth, 


Elihu 


18 


Mary W., 


" 


18 


Williams, Emma F. 


Edgar W. 


24 


Wilson, tTudson, 


Evelyn B. 


23 


" Joseph, 


Mary B. 


23 


Woods, Mary Elma, 


Abraham B, 


21 


Walters, Katie, 


Isaaih B. 


24 


Yellott, Sophia Bethia, 


Charles Silas 


21 


Yerdon, Helen P., 


Oscar B. 


23 


Young, Elyda J., 


Wm. Sidney 


28 



other NaERes Mentioned. 



Adams, Samuel Henry ' 26 

Allen, William H. 25 

Angell, Ephraim 24 
Angevine, Caleb-Henry-Caroline 21 

Avila, Samuel A.-Jane Maria 27 

Backus, Frederick Wm. 25 
Ball, John J. and Mary 23 
Barnard, Anna-Reuben 18 
" Joseph-Mary 12 
" John-Bethia 6 
" Nathaniel-Judith 9 
Batchelder, Theodate-Rev. Steph- 
en Brown 9 
Bergen, Jacob I. 28 
Betts, Cornelia Marion 28 
Black, Charles 32 
Bradford, Governor 20 
Brown, Daniol-Hannah 22 
John 9 
Bunker Family 20 
" Anna-Benjamin-Tristram 20 
" Timothy Worth 19-20 
" George-Jane Godfrey 7 
" Jabez 8 
Priscilla 8-1^-13 
Elihu 12 
" Martha 9 
" William-Mary 7 
Bull, Sarah Maria 25 
Burke, Frank E. 28 
Bushnell, Alvin-Fanny 22 

Caryl, Benjamin 22 

Case, Henry 17 

Christie, John S. 25 

Cobb, 8idney-Electa 24 

Coddington, Mary 22 

Coffin, John-Clarissa 22 

" Lydia-Nathaniel 11 

" Tristram-Dionis-Mary 8 

" Joshua 2-6 

Collins, Susan Maria 81 

Comstock, Phebe 25 

Corneau, John A.-Rebecca 26 

Currier, John J. 2 

Dickinson. George-Julia A. 21 

Dummer, Richard-Stephen 2 

Dyer, John-Elizabeth Kimball 19 

Folger, Abiah 7 

" Eleazer 6-8 

" Nathan 8 

" Lydia 16 

" Elizabeth 9 

" Peter 7-8 

" Walter 13 

FoUensbee, Maria S. 28 

Franklin, Benjamin 7 

Forrett, James 3 

Gardner, Deborah 7 

" Elizabeth 10 

" Captain John 9 

" Priscilla 11 

" Rachael 9 

" Thomas 9 

Giflord, James 13 

Gorham, Shubael-John 20 

Lois 10 

" Stephen 10 

Gosnold, Bartholomew 3 

Grafton, Priscilla 9 

Hampton, N. H. 3 

Hine, Mrs. M. N. 24 

Howland, Desire- John 20 

Hull, Daniel S.-Phebe 32 

" John 15 

Hunter, Robert-Margaret 17 

Hussey, Syluanus 9-11 

" Abial Brown-Stephen 9 

" Christopher 3-9 



Knight, John 2 

Lamport, Freeborn Sisson 25 

Logne, Maria Cecilia 26 

McArthur, Arthur 9 

Marshall, Benjamin-Hannah 19 

Fhebe 13 

Matlack, Samuel T.-Hannah 18 

Mayhew, Thomas 3 

Macy, Aaron C 10-21 

Abraham 8-12-13 

" Cj rus 10 

" Isaiah 14 

" Jonathan-Lois Gorham 10 

John 7 

Job 16 

" Nancy 19-20 

Obed 11 

Robert R.-Reuben G 18 

" Sarah 10 

" Samuel 16 

" Thomas-Deborah 6-9 

Mertz, Caroline 24 

Mitchell, Maria- William-Lydia 

Coleman 8 

Montgomery, Emily L, 25 

Morrell, Mary 7 

Myrick, Andrew- Jedida 8 

Nantucket 3-4-5 

Newberry and Newbury Port 2-8 

Norton, Jeremiah 16 

Osgood, Christopher 6 

Palmer, Charles-Harriet M. 27 

Pemberton, John 2 

Pound, Elijah-Isabella 13 

Pratt, Joseph-Dorcas 8 

Reynolds, Katherine 8 

Rowell, Thomas 6 

Saltonstall, Sir Richard 2 

Sewell, Henry 2 

Smith, Artemus 26 

Standart. Henry W. 26 

Stevens, Dionis 8 

Stirling, Earl of 3 
Starbuck, Edward-Priscilla- 

Nathaniel 8 

Starbuek, Mary Coffin 8 

Swain, Joseph-Eliza 12 

•' Reuben-Hannah 9-11 

Terry, Elizabeth 8 

Tilley, Elizabeth 20 

Tobey, George 16 

Townsend. Leander W. 25 

Tuttle, Polly 16 

Van Hoesen, John 15 

Van Horn, John F. 28 

Van Husan, Caleb 25 

Voorhecs, Abraham-Eliza Ann 21 

Way, Anna 16 

Williams, Sarah 26 

Thomas P. 24 

Williamson, Jane 21 

Griffln-Phebe 15 

Willets, Abraham 18 

Wing, Samuel-Hepsabeth 12 

Wood, Ann Eliza 25 

Worth, Abigail-Joseph 20 

Young, V. D. 28 

Yerdon, Peter-Louisa 23 

young, Susan 22 

Yellott, George-Bethia 21 



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