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THE GENEALOGY 



or THE 



HITCHCOCK FAMILY 



WHO ARE 



DESCENDED FROM MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK OF EAST 

HAVEN, CONN., AND LUKE HITCHCOCK 

OF WETHERSFIELD, CONN. 



COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY 

Mrs. EDWARD HITCHCOCK, Sr., 



OF AMHERST, MASS. 



ARRANGED FOR THE PRESS BY 

Rev. DWIGHT W. MARSH, D. D., 

OF AMHERST, MASS. 



AMHERST, MASS. : 

PRESS OF CARPENTER & MOREHOUSE, 
1894. 



Hitchcock Genealogy. 



The Hitchcock Family History, which has been so long 
promised, is now ready and will be given to the printers as soon 
as 150 copies at $6.00 a copy, shall have been subscribed for. 

The volume will contain 600 or more pages, and will trace the 
family in its two branches from Matthias of Watertown, Mass., 
and East Haven, Conn., and of Luke of Wethersfield, Conn., 
from 1635-1886. 

Various attempts have been made to find the English home of 
the family, but, as yet, these attempts have not been successful. 

Of the records which we have, the family has no reason to be 
ashamed. While as a whole the family have occupied the humbler 
walks in life, we have many whose names are not unknown to fame. 

Col. Daniel Hitchcock, who after the battle of Trenton was 
thanked by Washington for his bravery in the presence of the 
whole army. 

Rev. Enos Hitchcock, a fearless preacher. Chaplain in the 
Revolutionary Army. 

Com. Robert B. Hitchcock. In 1862 commander and senior 
officer of the blockading fleet off Mobile in the war of the Rebellion. 

Judge Samuel Hitchcock of Burlington, Vt., whose wife was a 
daughter of Oen. Ethan Allen. 

Samuel J. Hitchcock, Mayor of the City of New Haven and 
founder of its Law School. 

Judge and Chief Justice Peter Hitchcock of Burton, Ohio, also 
State Senator, member of Congress, also member of the conven- 
tion to form the new constitution of the state of Ohio. 

Among educators we have Rev. Henry Lawrence Hitchcock, 
President of Western Reserve College. 

Roswell Dwight Hitchcock, President of Union Theological 
Seminary, New York. 

Hon. Henry Hitchcock, President of St. Louis Law School, and 
Edward Hitchcock, President of Amherst College. 

In one family we have the names of six who became missiona- 
ries in the foreign field. 



Among those of Hitchcock descent, but of other names, we may 
instance the Trowbridges of New Haven, descendants of Matthias 
Hitchcock. 

Grover Cleveland, now President of the United States, who is 
descended from Samuel and Ruth (Stebbins) Hitchcock of West- 
field, Mass., and Charles Dudley Warner of Hartford, who is 
descended from the same pair. 

If you will sign and return to Amherst the little slip which 
accompanies this circular, indicating the number of copies you 
will take, it will help us to decide how soon we may venture to 
publish. 

Mrs. Mary L. Hitchcock, 

Amherst, Mass. 
Amherst, Mass., Oct. 20, 1893. ' 



INTRODUCTION 



This book, which is the genealogy of the descendants of only two 
of the Hitchcocks who early settled in this country, scarcely needs an 
introduction. The family seems to have been, and still is, a very 
numerous one in England, the " Wills and Administrations in the 
Prerogative Court of Canterbury" showing a list of 116 of this 
name between the years of 1590 and 1670. It would probably not 
be difficult to trace the ancestry back to England of the descendants 
of Thomas Hitchcock who at the age of 22 came to Virginia in the 
"Panle of London," or of the Thomas Hitchcock who with Alice 
his wife came to Virginia in the " Marygold " in 1624 and settled 
on Hog Island, or of the William Hitchcock who sailed in 
1635 in the " Plaine Joan " for Virginia. But Matthias, Luke 
and Edward came and left no trail behind them. Probably 
they were men in the humbler walks of life. All attempts 
have failed to discover any trace of them previous to May, 1635 when 
Matthias at the age of 25 landed in Boston and settled for a short 
time in Watertown, Mass., from which place he soon removed to 
East Haven, Conn., where our history of the family begins. There 
he was joined by Luke and Edward as early as July 1, 1644 at which 
date they both took " Freemans oath" in New Haven. Matthias 
and Edward remained in East Haven and in this and the towns in the 
neighborhood of New Haven the descendants of Matthias settled for 
several generations. About 1645 Luke removed to Wethersfleld, 
Conn., dying there in 1659 after which date his children removed to 
Springfield, Mass. and in this neighborhood the records of the earlier 
generations of his descendants may be found. 

It may be of interest to state that the Hitchcock family is supposed 
to have come originally from the county of Wiltshire, England, 



VI. INTRODUCTION. 

where they were located from the time of William the Conqueror. 
The word " Hitch " is an old nurse name for Richard and " Cock " is 
the ordinary diminutive. "Anciently there were two families of 
Hitchcocks in "Wiltshire that bore separate " coats of arms," one as 
follows : 

"Armor, argent (silver), on a cross azure (blue) five fleurs-de-lis, 
gold, in the dexter chief quarter a Lion rampant, red. Crest, 
a castle, red, on the tower a Lion's head erased, in the mouth a 
round buckle, its mottoe " Esse Quod Opto." 

Theothet-one was " Armor, gules (red), a chevron, silver between 
three Alligators. Crest, an Alligator." 

The Pedigree of these Wiltshire families can be found in the Har- 
lean collection of the British Museum and may also be found in full 
in the "Visitation of the County of Wiltshire by Sir T. Phillips, 
A. D., 1623," and also in "Hoar's History of Wiltshire." 

The aim of this book has been to preserve the records of a portion 
of the Hitchcock family so far as they could be secured from town 
and church records, records of Probate Courts and Registries of 
Deeds, and from family records where they have not differed too 
widely from each other. The records of thirty-eight different towns 
in Connecticut and Massachusetts have been personally examined, 
also those of afew towns in New York ; where these andfajmily records 
disagree the preference has been given to town records, except where 
the old family Bible could be found ; in which case the Bible has been 
supposed to be correct. 

No effort has been made to follow the descendants of Matthias or 
Luke after the name has been lost by marriage. The thanks of the 
family are due to Prof. Edward Hitchcock, Jr., of Cornell Univer- 
sity, since he was the first to arouse an interest in the mtitter and 
he himself collected and arranged the earliest records of the family. 
Also to Mr. Peter M. Hitchcock of Cleveland, Ohio, to the Hon. 
Hiram, and Welcome G. Hitchcock of New York, to Mr. Calvin 
Hitchcock of Ware, Mass. and Mr. John and Miss Frances E. Hitch- 
cock now Mrs. William D. Hunt of Boston for the financial aid, 
without which it would have been impossible to have carried on the 
work even imperfectly. 

Mrs. Elroy M. Avery of Cleveland, Mr. O. B. Hitchcock of Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. and Capt. Calvin D. Cowles of Washington, D. C, 
have been untiring in their aid not only in making the records of 



INTRODUCTION. VII. 

their own families complete, but in the advice which they have given 
from their wider experience in such worls. 

The pictures which embellish the booli have all been generously 
furnished by the descendants of the men whom they represent. 

Maky L. Hitchcock, 

Amherst, Mass. 



MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK, 

Or Watertown, Mass., and East Haven, Conn., 1639. 



Matthias Hitchcock came from London to Boston on the bark 
" Susan and Ellen "' in the spring of 1635,. He was then 25 years 
of age. In Bond's History of Watertown is a " Record of Matthew- 
Hitchcock a townsman then inhabiting," receiving, July, 1636, 
twenty-three acres of land in the " Great Dividends." This land he 
afterwards sold to D. Patrick. In 1639 his name appears in the 
records of New Haven, Conn., where he was among the original 
signers of the " foundamental agreement made on the 4th of the 
fowerth moneth called June, 1639." He was also one of the five 
purchasers of " South End Neck" now East Haven, Conn., where 
the five dwelt after 1651. 

In Atwater's History of the Colony of New Haven, pp. 110-151, 
are found the following references to Jlatthias. His name is given 
in the schedule of Planters prepared before April, 1641, but found 
in the records of 1643. Three persons are numbered in his family. 
He is reckoned as having an estate of £50 and is given ten acres in 
the " P^irst Division," two acres in the neck, four acres in the 
meadow, sixteen acres in the " Second Division," and his yearly 
rates for land are put at eight shillings. 

" Jan. 4, 1647, Matthias Hitchcock for a wilful neglect to walk ye 
round when ye officers called him was fined 5 shillings." 

" Nov. 7, 1648. He was too late with eight others in coming to 
trayning yesterday in the afternoon, but they said they was there 
before the bodye moved which as the Captain said was longer before 
it moved than it used to be, yet because it hath bine the usiall couise 
to count no man late till the bodye hath been removed, ye court- 
passed it by this time." 

'' Feb. 6, 1655. Matthias Hitchcock passeth over to John Wake- 
field his house and home-lot on the other side of the " West Creek." 
2 



2 DESCENDANTS OF MAITHIAS HITCHCOCK. 

From Colonial Records, p. 103, December, 1651. 

" William Andrews agreed & ordered that Eichard Berkley ( ?) & 
Matthias Hitchcock, Edward Patterson, & Edward Hitchcock shall 
have the neck of land by the seaside beyond the cove, & all the 
meadow belonging to it &c — paying to the town one penny the acre 
for 500 acres to settle on it, not to dispose of it without the towns 
consent, if removed from the Plantation within a year to leave the 
land to the town." 

A volume of "Records of the Colony and Plantation of New 
Haven, 1638-1649" was published in 1867. A "Jurisdiction" was 
formed by the Confederation of the Plantations of Guilford and 
Milford with New Haven, the latter then including Stamford, South- 
old and Branford. This volume contains recoids of the Colony of 
New Haven while it remained distinct, the beginning of records of 
Jurisdiction (those from 1644-53 being lost), and of town or Plan- 
tation up to 1 650. 

Matthias had a brother as this record shows: "Nov. 2, 1642. 
Ct. (Court) ordered that Matthias Hitchcoclc shall either pay 20s to 
Mr. Perry, which he undertook in behalf of bis brother, or else sell 
so much of his brothers goods as will satisfle the said debt." 

That brother was with hardly a doubt Edward Hitchcock. The 
two were fined about training, on the same day, Jan. 4, 1643 ; were 
granted land together Dec, 1651 ; and Matthias testified, April 5, 
1659, as to what Edwardasaid in his last sickness as to giving Eliza- 
beth Perry a child's part. For account of Edward and some of his 
children see Appendix. 

According to these records, Matthias Hitchcock was, Jan. 4, 1643, 
fined Is. for coming late to training; March 7, 1643, fined 3s. 4d. 
for disorder in his watch. On March 10, 1646, seats in the meeting 
house were assigned to all, but no mention was made of either Luke 
or Edward. On Nov. 6, 1649, Matthias was fined for refusing to 
watch. 

Matthias died Nov. 16, 1669, and Elizabeth his widow in 1676. 
An inventory of her estate, which consisted of her garments and 
some household stuff was taken June 6, 1676. 

The will of Matthias, dated Nov., 1669, is as follows : 

" I Matthias Hitchcock being under the afflicting hand of God, & 
willing to set things in order, & to put my house in order. 

"I doe give the halfe of my two farms to my deare wife during her 
lifetime, & the other parts, yt is to say, the two halves of the two 



DKSCBNDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. O 

farms for Joha and Nathaniel to improve for their mother to ye halfe. 

" I doe give to my son Eliaser two swine and a waggon, also I doe 
give unto my son Eliaser one acre of ground adjoining to Goodman 
Pattison's lott. I also give unto Eliaser one Hoarse. 

" I doe also give unto Eliaser my son my first farme after my 

widows decease the two lots 1 except, they are to go along with 

the other farme. At the entering those two farmes, & when ye sd 
sons do take possession the two farms are to pay twenty pounds ye 
year ten pounds a farme to be paid to Elizabeth. 

"Nathaniel hath of his own proper estate already in possession, 
one mare one cow one heifer one calf. 

"John hath of his own estate proper already in possession, one 
hoarse one hog one sow and one sheepe. 

"Elizabeth hath already in posessioii of her proper owne, one 
hoarse hobby. All debts are to be payed out of ye stocke remaining 
& all ye stocks remaining after ye debts are paid are to be divided 
between my two younger sons and daughter. 

" Within house all my movable goods & household stuff I give to 
my deare wife & daughter Elizabeth. All cartes and ploughs & 
tackling are for ye improvement of ye farm. 

Witnessed, The markes of 

James Denison. 
James Weight. 

" Memoranda 

" That ye two witnesses did express before they took oath yt the 
testators mind in these expressions about ye improvement of the two 
farms during his wifes lifetime were that his two sons John and 
Nathaniel should improve the whole two farms for their mother to 
ye halfe." 

We consider Eliaser of the will to be the same as Eliakim of later 
records, for Dodd in his history of East Haven so states and Eliakim 
occupied the identical land. 

MATTHIAS' CHILDREN WERE : 

1. i. Eliakim^ or Eliaser, b. ; m. Nov. 4, 1666-7, Sarah Merrick, 

dau. of Thomas Merrick of Springaeld, Mass., who came 
from Wales in 1630, settled in Roxbury and came from 
there to Springfield in 1636. See Branch 1. 

86. ii. Nathaniel, b. ; m. Jan. 18, 1670, to Elizabeth, dau. of John 

Moss. See Branch 2. 

217. lii. John, b. ^; m. Jan. 18, 1670, to Abigail, dau. of Nathaniel Mer- 

riman. See Branch 3. 



DESCENDANTS OK MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. 

iv. Elizabeth, b. June 4, 1651, in New Haven; m. Jan., 1672, 
Anthony Howcl of Branford. An inventory of his estate 
was taken June 2, 1676. She m. afterward John Nash. 
Her children were : 

1. John^ Howd, b. Sept. 27, 1673. 

2. Anthony Howd, b. Nov. 11, 1674. 

3. Benoni Howd, b. Sept. 10, 1676. 

4. Joseph Nash, b. Aug. 11, 1678. 

5. Thomas Nash, b. Jan. 28, 1680. 

6. Elizabeth Nash, b. Apr. 15, 1681. 



DESCENDANTS OF JIATTHIAS HITCHCOCK— BRANCH I. 

1. 

Ei.iAKiM^ Hitchcock {MattJiias^) , son of Matthias and Elizabeth 

Hitchcock was born and married, Nov. 4, 1666-7, to Sarah 

Merrick of Springfield. She was born in 1643, and was the daughter 
of Thomas Merrick or Mirick (tlie name is spelled both ways on the 
records), who came from Wales to Roxbury, Mass., in 1630 and 
removed from there to Springfield in 1636. 

Vol. 3 of the New Haven Probate Records, which contained the 
papers relatingto the estate of Eliakim Hitchcock, is missing, but an 
inventory of his estate was taken by John Thompson, May 29, 1704. 
This was signed by Thomas Hitchcock, administrator. A quietus 
was granted to Thomas, administrator on estate of his father Eliakim 
of New Haven, Feb. 3, 1706. Later, at a court held April 6, 1719, 
there was a division of the unadministered estate of Eliakim Hitch- 
cock, amounting to £17-0-4, which the court ordered divided into 
eight equal parts, " whereof two shall be given to the eldest son and 
one each to the other Legatees," and at the same court there was a 
division apparently, (the record is nearly illegible) of land on the 
East Side valued at £418-10-0. Thomas received 4i acres, and 
Matthias, Hannah, Samuel, Joseph, John and Sarah 2^ acres each. 

THEIR CHILDKEN WBKE : 

1. JoHN^ b. Aug. 12, 1668; d. Oct. 24, 1668. 

ii. Saeah, b. Oct. 16, 1669 ; m. Jacob Robinson, weaver, and had 

sons: 1, John" Bohinsoii ; 2, Thomas Bobinson, and 3, 

Elialdm Bobinson; also AaA\ghx.er&, 4, Hannah Bobinson, 

whom. Thomas Dawson, and 5, Sarah Bobinson, who m. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 

Samuel Bradley. Sept. 30, 1736, Thomas Dawson with 
his wife Hannah joined with the other heii'S of her grand- 
father Eliakim deceased in a deed to her uncle John 
Hitchcock of all lands belonging to the estate of said B.H. 
lying in East Haven, and on Oct. 12, 1736, they released 
and quit claimed all right in the personal estate of Mat- 
thias and Hannah Hitchcock deceased. — New Haven 
Records, Vol. 10, pp. 268 and 448. 

iii. Hannah, b. Mar. 19, 1672; never m. Her will, dated July 10, 
1732, and proved Oct. 4, 1735, gave her property to her 
brother Matthias and to her brother Samuel's daughter. 

iv. Thomas, b. — 1674. An inventory of his estate was taken 
May 6, 1732, Ms brothers John and Joseph being adminis- 
trators ; the estate was divided into six equal parts, 
Matthias, John, Joseph and Hannah receiving one part 
each, and two parts going to the legal representatives of 
his brother Samuel and his sister Sarah Robinson. 

2. V. Samuki., b. Mar. 7, 1678; m. Mehitable Warner. 

vi. Matthias, b. Mar. 7, 1678 ; d. about Sept. 6, 1736. He was 

" afflicted with a falling sickness," and never m. 
vii. Eliakim, b. Oct. 2, 1680. Dodd in his History of East Haven, 
says, that "Ehakim had two children," but I can find no 
trace of his marriage. An inventory of his estate was 
taken by John Thompson and Nathaniel Hitchcock, May 
29, 1704. It amounted to £30-07, and his part of his 
father's estate £33-06." Prom New Haven Probate 
Records " 1st Monday in April, 1710, a quietus was 
granted Thomas Hitchcock of South End adm. on the 
estate of his father Eliakim and his brother Eliakim, Jr., 
dec, he having shown agreement with Sarah, the widow 
of Jacob Robinson, Hannah Hitchcock, John H., Samuel 
H., and Joseph H." 

3. viii. John, b. Nov. 1, 1683. 

4. ix. Joseph, b. July 23, 1686. 



THIRD GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

2. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock (Eliakim'^, Matthias''-) son of Eliakim and 
Sarah (Merrick) Hitchcock, born in East Haven, Conn., Mar. 7, 
1678, married in Springfield, Mass., May 13, 1715, Mehitable, dau. 
of Isaac and Sarah (Boltwood) Warner of Deerfield, Mass. He died 
in East Haven in 1732. His estate was administered on May 1, 



6 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

1732, and at a court of probate held that day "Deacon Joshua 
Austin was appointed by the court guardian to Thomas and Samuel, 
two minor sons of Samuel Hitchcock, late of New Haven, deceased." 
Mehitable, widow of Samuel, married, 2d, Joshua Austin, and had 
one son, Joshua, Jr., born Sept. 17, 173.'3. This son afterward 
married, May 6, 1756, Abigail, dau. of Dea. Daniel and Abigail 
(Chedsey) Hitchcock. Mehitable died Dee. 8, 1760. 

SAMUEL'S CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Samuel*, b. Apr. 12, 1716; (1. Apr. 20, 1716, at Springfield, 

ii. Sakah, b. Mar. 27, 1717, at Springfield. 

5. iii. Thomas, b. Nov. 19, 1718, at Springfield. 

6. iv. Samuel, b. 1722 (?) ; m. Abigal (?) 

3. 

JoHN^ HiTCiicocK (Eliakim'^ , Matthias'^ ) son of Eliakim and Sarah 
(Merrick) Hitchcock, born in East Haven, Conn., Nov. 1, 1683; 
married, Feb. 13, 1706-7, Elizabeth Jones of Springfield. She was 
daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Jones, born Oct. 2, 1685, and 
died Jan. 2, 1769. 

John bought land in Colchester, Conn., and settled there before 
his marriage. He was the collector of town rates in Colchester for 
the years 1713, 1714 and 1724. He must have returned to East 
Haven about 1735, where his daughter Hannah died, and then 
returned to Colchester, where he died May 22, 1754. Letters of 
administration were granted to Eliakim Hitchcock, June 18, 1754, 
upon the estate of Mr. John Hitchcock of Colchester, deceased ; 
estate valued at £687-7-10. By his will he gave " his widow, her 
third of the house, the north front room, south front chamber, part 
of the linter, with a privilege in ye cellar, her third in land and 
money." 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Elizabeth*, b. May 23, 1708 ; m. Dec. 22, 1727, Daniel Skinner. 
Her children were : 1, DanieV' Skinner, b. Feb. 28, 1729; 
2, Elizabeth Skinner,. \>. Mar. 22, 1738; 3, Sarah Skinner, 
b. Nov. 25, 1735; i, John Skinner, b. Aug. 17, 1738; 5, 
Elijah Skinner, b. June 8, 1742; 6, Hannah Skinner, b. 
May 26, 1745; 7, L^Jd^a Skinner, b. Oct. 15, 1747; 8, Beu- 
ben Skinner, b. Aug. 8, 1750, d. June 26, 1753. 

7. ii. Eliakim, b. Eeb. U, 1712-13, in Colchester. 

iii. Hannah, b. Oct. 29, 1717 ; d. in East Haven, Nov. 17, 1736, of 
"throat ail." 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. / 

iv. Dinah, b. ; admitted to church July 12, 1741 ; m. Noah 

Jones. 

V. Esther, b. ; m. Nov. 21, 1754, Samuel Northam. Her 

childi'en were all born in Colchester, Conn. 1, Timothy^ 
Northam, b. 1755; 2. David Northam, b. April 1, 1757; 
3, Esther Northam, b. Jan. 26, 1759; 4, Ebenezer Northam, 
b. Aug. 21, 1760; 5, Mary Northam, b. June 13, 1763. 

vi. Sarah, b. ; bapt. 1735; m. Apr. 24, 1748, to Charles 

Kellogg of Lebanon. 

4. 

Joseph^ Hitchcock (Eliakim^, Matthias^) son of Eliakim and 
Sarah (Merrick) Hitchcock, born July 23, 1686, in East Haven, 

Conn. ; married, 1st, Rebecca , who died in 1750 and was buried 

in St. Paul's churchyard, Norwalk, where the headstone is still 

standing. He married, 2d, Jane , who survived him. He died 

1758. He purchased land in Norwalk as early as 1 710 and continued 
to acquire property there until his death. On New Haven records 
he is styled, Joseph Hitchcock of Norwalk, Blacksmith. His name 
(and that of his son Joseph, Jr.) appears on the records of the E^pis- 
copal church in Norwalk in 1742 and 1749, as making a handsome 
donation to the church. In 1750 Joseph, Sr., is distinctly credited 
" by help rendered the parish by himself & team." In 1749 Joseph, 
Jr., was one of a committee of three to superintend the furnishing of 
the church. In 1757 Joseph, Jr., was elected vestryman, and again 
in 1758. There is a blank in the recorded history of the church from 
1760-1780 and the name does not appear again. 

JOSEPH'S CHILDREN WERE : 

8. i. Joseph^, Jr. 

9. ii. John, b. 1725, in Norwalk. 

10. iii. Samuel, b. Sept., 1726, in Norwalk. 

iv. Sarah, m. 1st, Banks. Her children were: 1, Joseph'' 

Banks; 2, Justus Banks; 3, Hannah Banks; 4, Sarah 
Banks; and 5, Bebekah Banks. She ra. 2d, Johnson. 

THE WILL OF JOSEPH HITCHCOCK. 

In the Name of God Amen. I Joseph Hitchcock of Norwalk in the County 
of rairfleld and Colony of Connecticut in New England being of sound mind 
and memory Thanks be to God therefor calling to Mind the Mortality of my 
Body knowing it is appointed for all Men once to die do make and ordain 
this my Last Will and Testament. 

And first of all I recommend my Soul to God who gave it & my Body to 
the Earth to be decently buried at ye Discretion of my Exec'rs Nothing 



8 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

doubting but I shall receive ye Same again by tbe Mighty Power of God at 
the General Resurrection ; and ais touching such Worldly Estate as it hath 
pleased God to bless me with in this life I give devise and Bequeath the same 
in ye following Manner & Form That is to say, Imprimis : I give and be- 
queath unto Jane Hitchcock, my beloved Wife, all that Estate Right Interest 
and Privilege which by a certain Agreement made by and between me and 
her before our Marriage together by way of Jointure I have granted coven- 
anted and agreed she shall have and enjoy of and in my Estate after my 
Decease and in the same manner as is therein & thereby secured to her which 
Jointure I do hereby ratify and confirm : And I also further give and 
bequeath to my sd wife the Use and Improvement of tlie South Chamber of 
my Dwelling House so long as she sliall remain my widow with Liberty to 
pass and repass to ye same : and I also give and bequeath to my said Wife a 
full suit of Mourning to be delivered to her by my Exec'rs at my Decease, 
and I also give and bequeath to my sd Wife all my Hives of Bees & ye Bees 
& all that is in ye Hives all which is, and I do hereby give & order to her in 
Lieu & in full of her Dower or Right of Dower in my Estate. 

Item : I give and bequeath to my Son Joseph Hitchcock my Coat with 
Silver Buttons on it and all ye Buttons on and belonging to it : and also my 
Great Bible. 

Item : I give and bequeath to each of my Daughter Sarah's children, viz. 
Joseph Banks Justus Banks Hannah Banks Sarah Banks and Rebekah Banks 
the Value of twenty shillings proclamation Money to be paid to each of 
them out of my estate. 

Item : I give devise and bequeath all ye Rest Residue and Remainder of 
ray Estate whatsoever and wheresoever unto my four childjen viz : Joseph 
Hitchcock John Hitchcock Saml Hitchcock and Sarah Johnson their Heirs 
and assigns in equal proportion save only that what I have above given the 
Children of my Daughter Sarah shall be paid or deducted out of their 
Mother's part or portion ; and also what my Son Joseph and my Daughter 
Sarah aforesaid have respectively received in part of their Portion or toward 
their Settlement shall be accounted and reckoned to each of them as Part of 
their Share or Proportion so that with what they have recieved as aforesd 
they shall be in the whole equal with ye other two in this General Devise. 
And to prevent disputes I do hereby declare that what Joseph hath recieved 
I recon and account to be the Value of fifteen pounds proclamation money : 
And what Sarah hath reed I account to be ye value of thirty pounds in like 
money. 

Item : I give and grant unto my faithful Servant, viz. my Negro Man 
Peter his Liberty Manumission and Freedom provided and it is on this 
condition that he shall procure good and sufficient security within three 
months after my decease to save and indemnify thereafter my Execrs & Heirs 
from all Cost Charge & Expense, of and toward his support and Subsistence 
during Life ; but on failure of such security this Grant to him to be & remain 
Void and take no Effect. • 

Finally : I do hereby make constitute and appoint my trusted Friend 
Saml Fitch of Norwalk Esq. and my son Joseph Hitchcock and my son John 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. » 

Hitchcock Execrs of this my last Will and Testament and order that they 
be reasonably paid out of my Estate for their Service and Trouble in that 
Trust, ratifying this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament. 

In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this Seventh 
day of July in the 32d year of ye Reign of his Majesty King George ye 
2d Annoque Domini one Thousand Seven Hundi-ed and fifty Eight. 

JosHPH Hitchcock, (seal) 
Signed sealed published and declared by Joseph Hitchcock the Testator to 
be his last will and testament in presence of 

Isaac Isaacs. 
Saml Bkown. 
Thos Gruman. 



FOURTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

5. 

Thomas* Hitchcock {Samuel,^ Eliakim'-', Matthias''-) son of Sam- 
uel and Mehitable (Warner) Hitchcock, was born Nov. 19, 1718 in 
Springfield, Mass. ; married Dec. 24, 1741 Abigail Downs dau. of 
Daniel of "West Haven and Milford, Conn., where he settled and 
where his children were born. He afterwards removed to Bethlehem, 
Conn, where he died Jan. 16, 1801 of old age. 

HIS OHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Sarah*, b. Dec. 2, 1742 in Milford, Conn.; m. in Bethlehem, 
Mar. 10, 1793 to Enos Hinman. Shed.iuBethlehem, Jan. 
20, 1810 of cancer. 

ii. Daniel, b. May 10, 1745, Milford Town Eecords say, "was 
twin with David born next day." 

11. ill. David, b. May 11, 1745. 
iv. Abel, b. May 2, 1761. 

V. Maky, b. Sept. 14, 1753. 

12. vi. Jarbd, b. June 14, 1759. 

On the list of men of Milford's quota for the Continental Army 
in answer to the Governor's proclamation, April 12, 1777, were Abel 
and Jared Hitchcock of Amity, now Woodbridge, Conn. 

6. 

Samuel* Hitchcock {SamueP, EUakini^, Matthias'-) was born 

probably in 1722 in Oxford, Conn. He married Abigail , who 

was born in 1730 in West Haven, Conn. Samuel died in Watertown, 
N. Y. June 3, 1793. Abigail his wife died Mar. 1, 1813. 



10 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. JoHN^ b. 1765; m. Mamre ; d. Apr. 12, 1835 in Augusta, 

N. Y. Mamre , his wife d. Aug.. 27, 1845. 

ii. Samhel, h. 1767 ; m. Hannah ; d. June 25, 1826. Hannah 

his wife d. Mar. 7, 1813. 
13. iii. Amos, b. 1771 ; m. Roxy Miller. 

iv. Grace, m. Abel Dalin; d. in Harper's Field Feb. 17, 1854. 
V. Sally, m. Ezry Munson. He d. in Augusta, N. Y. June 12, 

1827. Sally d. Feb. 24, 1860. 
vi. Ann. 
vii. Thomas. 
viii. Mary. 
ix. Mehitablb. 
X. Abigail. 

7. 

Eliakim* Hitchcock (JoJm^, Eliakim^, Matthias''-) son of John 
and Elizabeth (Jones) Hitchcock was born in Colchester, Conn. Feb. 

14,1712. Married 1st, . She died May 3, 1736, se. 23 

years. He married 2d. Ann , who survived him. Soon after 

his death, Dec. 4, 1758, she sold her property in Colchester and went 
with her son John to Bolton, Conn., where she bought land, and ten 
years later, in 1766, her son Eliakim followed her, having lived 
meanwhile in East Windsor, Conn. 

HIS children were : 
i. Amy', bapt. May 19, 1734; d. Dec. 9, 1754. 
ii. Sarah, bapt. Oct. 5, 1735. 

iii. Ann, bapt. April 1, 1739 ; m. Aug. 31, 1758 Caleb Geer who 
was b. July 2, 1732. 

14. iv. John, b. May 13 (?) bapt. Apr. 5, 1741. 

15. V. Eliakim, bapt. June 19, 1743; d. Apr. 14, 1817. 
vi. Mabel, bapt. July 7, 1745. 

vii. Sarah, bapt. Mar. 6, 1748 ; m. Aug. 17, 1769 Justice Loomis. 
viii. Timothy, bapt. June 30, 1751. 
ix. Lydia. bapt. May 19, 1754. 
X. Amy. 

8. 

Joseph* Hitchcock [Joseph,^ Eliakim'^ , Matthias^) son of Joseph 
and Rebecca ( ) Hitchcock was born in Norwalk, Conn. 

In 1738, he, with his father, signed a petition addressed to the 
general assembly at Hartford. In 1749, Joseph Hitchcock, Jr., was 
one of a committee of three appointed to superintend the finishing 
of the church, which had been commenced several years previously. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 11 

He seems to have been prominent in church affairs during tlie years 
between 1738 and 1760, as his name appears constantly on an old 
account book which was the only relic saved from the Are which burnt 
church and parsonage. According to this book, in 1757 he sub- 
scribed £50-10-0, and gave a day's work at building l^^rods of stone 
fence, rating his time at £0-5-7^, also a day's work digging a well, 
rating his time at £0-8-4^. In Nov., 1758, himself and Daniel, one 
day's work ; also in Nov., 1758, one of himself, one of Daniel and 
one of Amos. 

In 1760 he bought a pew for which he paid £50-5-0. His last 
appearances in Norwalk town records were Aug. 27, 1766, when he 
bought 33 acres of land with dwelling- house on it, and in 1769 when_ 
he sold about 1 2 acres, lie married Hannah Marvin, oldest daughter 
of John Marvin, Sr. by his 2d wife Rachel St John. She was born 
at Norwalk, Conn., Dec. 4, 1722. 

THKIR CHII^DEEN WERE : 

i. Daniel*, b. Dec. 9, 1741 in Norwalk, Conn. ; m. Dec. 4, 176- 
Deborah (?) Rogers who was b. ou. Long Island, 
Feb. 8, 1742 and cl. in New York Oct. Ig ^JsV^j^ Daniel d. ' 
Aug. 24, 1802. They had two daughters 1, Elizabeth and ' 
2, Mary, Elizabeth, b. in New Yorlc, Nov. 3, 1773; m. Mar. 
20, 1796 Ezra Weeks of Greenwich, Mass. He was an 
architect in New York where he died of malignant cholei'a, 
June 21, 1849. Elizabeth (Hitchcock) Weeks d. in New 
York Oct. 18, 1826, when Ezra m. 2d Mary Hitchcock, 
sister of Elizabeth, b. Dec. 16, 1776.~ She d. Dec. 25, 
1866. ' 
ii. Amos. Perhaps removed to Sharon, Conn. 

16. iii. Stephen, b. Oct. 17, 1745 in Norwalk, Conn, 
iv. Hannah . 

9. 

John* Hitchcock (Joseph^, EUakim^, Matthias^) son of Joseph 

and Rebecca ( ) Hitchcock was born in Norwalk, Conn., in 1725 ; 

married Mindwell Rundle, daughter of Wm. Joseph Kundle. Nor- 
walk records say, "John Hitchcoclc and Mindwell Rundle were 
married to each other on the 8th day of July, 1756, by the Reverend 
Abram Todd, minister of the Gospel." 

John bought land in Greenwich, Conn., of John Coscob, an 
Indian, who gave the name to that part of the town of Greenwich. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

17. i. Tho.was, b. Aug. 30, 1757. 

18. ii. Joseph, b. Oct. 29, 1759. 



■12 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS IIITCUCOCK. BllANCH I. 



10. 

Samuel* HiTCHCOck {Joseph^ , Eliakim'^ , Matthias^) son of Joseph 

-and Rebecca ( ) Hitchcock was born in Nor walk, Conn., Sept., 

1726; married in 1752, Abigail Dunham of Sharon, Conn. She was 
born in April, 1727. Her brother Jonathan was one of the first 
settlers of Sharon and presided over the first town meeting there. 
Samuel removed to Sharon, Conn., about 1752 and settled on a farm 
in the southwest part of the town near the Amienia Union Post- 
office, where in 1757 he purchased his homestead. This farm is still 
in the possession of his grand-daughter, Joanna Lambert. His first 
child, Samuel Jr., was born there in 175;), and the lOOth anniversary 
was celebrated there in 1853. Samuel died in Sharon, Jan. 1, 1794. 

From Sedgwick's History of the town of Sharon, I copy the fol- 
lowing. 

" Samuel Hitchcock was from Norwalk in 1752. He purchased 
of Jonathan Gillett the place where Governor Smith lived, and 
resided there five years ; he then removed to the south part of the 
town where his son the late Asa Hitchcock lived, and there spent the 
remainder of his days. It was at his house that the first Methodist 
sermon preached in the town was delivered. The fact that the first 
Methodist sermon was preached at his house, would lead one to think 
that the family were Methodist. The fact is they were Churchmen, 
and during the Revolution they remained passive because of Tory 
proclivities engendered by " Church and State." The descendants 
■of Asa Hitchcock still adhere to the church. Stephen's descendants 
are divided among many denominations, but the greater part are 
Universalists and Unitarians." 

CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION. 

"It is one hundred years the present season since our Grandfather 
"took possession of the farm on which the heirs of Asa Hitchcock 
now reside. 

The relatives, residents of this vicinity, propose to commemorate 
the One Hundredth Anniversary of that event, by a gathering of 
as many of the descendents of our Grandfather as may be. We 
would therefore respectfully invite you to meet with us, at the Old 
Homestead, in Sharon, ('onn. on Thursday the 17th of September, 
that day being the One Hundredth birthday of our Uncle Thomas 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 13^ 

Hitchcock, long since deceased — he being the first born child at that 
place. By order of 

SoDTHARD Hitchcock ) 

Homer Hitchcock ! ^ 

,, rr r Committee. 

Saml Hitchcock ( 

Amariah Hitchcock J 

Aug. 1, 1857." 

samuel's childeen were : 

19. i. Samuel', b. Aug. 14, 1755. 

20. 11. Thomas, b. Sept. 17, 1757. 

iii. Abigail, b. Feb. 13, 1759; m. Capt. Conklin; d. Jan. 5, 1836;: 
had no children. 

21. Iv. Solomon, b. Sept. 5, 1760. 

T. Amariah, b. July 12, 1762; m. Betsey Winegar; d. June 25, 

1800; had no children, 
vi. Pbnuel, b. Mar. 2, 1764 ; not m. ; d. 1790 in Cachahatche, 

S. C. 

22. vii. Stephen, b. Aug. 15, 1765. 

23. viii. Asa, b. Dec. 19, 1768. 

ix. Rebecca, b. Oct. 20, 1771; m. Amos Reed; d. July 29, 1807; 
had no children. 



FIFTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

11. 

David^ Hitchcock {TJiomas*, Samuel^, Eliakim^, Matthias^) 
son of Thomas and Abigail (Downs) Hitchcock, was born May 11, 
1745 in Milford, Conn. He married in Bethlehem, Conn. Nov. 7,, 
1769LydiaParmlee, who died in Bethlehem Mar. 28, 1824, se. 80. 
David died before 1790 leaving six children. 

24. i. David« Jr., b. Aug. 28, 1773; m. Sarah Swan. 

ii. Daniel, b. 1779; d. in Bethlehem Nov. 14, 1863. He was not 
evenly balanced and seems to have been cared for by the 
town, 
iii. Abel, b. ; d. unmarried. 

25. iv. Jared, b. 1788; m. Hannah Harrison. 

V. Sally, b. ; d. April 1846 in Great Barrington. She left 

by will $5.00 ($500?) or its value in land to her nephew- 
Harvey then a missionary in the Sandwich Islands. 



14 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

12. 

Jared^ Hitchcock {Thomas^, SamueP, EliaMm^ , Matthias^) Bon 
of Thomas and Abigail (Downs) Hitchcock, was born in Milford, 
Conn. June 14, 1759 ; removed with his father to Bethlehem, Conn, 
about 1787, and about 1800 to Durham, N. Y. to which place he was 
accompanied by his nephew Jared, over whom he was guardian. He 
died Nov. 17, 1836 in Franklin, New York. His children all born 
in Bethlehem, Conn, were : 

26. i. MILES^ b. Nov. 9, 1784. 

ii. Isaac, b. Feb. 8, 1786; m. a Miss Leonard of Berkshire, N. 

Y. ; d. Feb. 20, 1867 in Berkshire, Tioga Co. N. Y. He 

had six children : 1, Chatjnoey'; 2, Hohatio; 3, D wight, 

and three daughters, 
iii. Levi, b. May 9, 1787; d. in Jeffersouville, N. Y. He had three 

sons 1, Asa'; 2, Sylvester, and 3, Stephen,; also four 

daughters, 
iv. Anna, b. Sept. 30, 1789 ; d. Jan. 12, 1809 in Durham, N. Y. 

unmarried. 

27. V. Amos, b. Dec. 16, 1791 ; m. Maria Hopkins. 

vi. Irene, b. July 31, 1794; m. Jesse Benedict; d. July 23, 1883. 
vii. Polly, b. Oct. 31, 1796; m. Brazilla Hopkins; d. Jan. 15, 

1868. 
viii. Patty, b. Jan. 26, 1799; m. Harry Austin; d. Oct. 16, 1871. 
ix. Harmon, b. Nov. 4, 1801 ; lived in N. J. 

X. Nancy, b. April 13, 1804; m. 1st, Mr.Markhamand 2d, Mr. 
Loveland. 

13. 

Amos6 Hitchcock {Samuel*, SamueP, Eliakim^, Matthias^) son 
of Samuel and Abigail Hitchcock. He was born August 29, 1771 in 
Oxford, New Haven Co., Conn. Married Roxy Miller who was 
born atBrimfleld, Mass. May 1, 1774 and died at Norwich, Chenango 
Co., N. Y., June 13, 1843. Amos died at Augusta, Oneida Co., 
N. Y. July 28, 1854. 

his children were : 

28. i. Hiram«, b. Nov. 24, 1797 at Rome, Oneida Co., N. Y.; m. 

Lucinda Greenleaf. 
ii. Charles, b. June 24, 1799 at Whitestown, N. Y. ; d. at 

Augusta, N. Y. Nov. 25, 1819; no children, 
iii. George "W., b. March 4, 1801; d.at Clierry Creek, N. Y. Aug. 

19, 1870; no children, 
iv. LncY H., b. Sept. 2, 1802; d. at Ellington, N. Y. June 14, 

1886. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 15 

V. David Austin, b. Nov. 26, 1803; ra. Sept. 3, 1835 Betsey 
Gates, grand niece of Gen. Gates of Revolntionory fame. 
Heel, at Ellington, N. Y. Aug. 7, 1891. He had three 
children. 1, Maria, b. July 4, 1836; m. Jan. 1854 Charles 
Dana Hall and 2d, Dec. 24, 1871, J. C. Damon. 2, Julia, 
b. March 7, 1838; m. June 2, 1863, Hezekiah Saunders, 
who died two years later from disease contracted in the 
civil war. 3, Lucy, b. April 8, 1849; m. April 25, 1869, 
Lorenzo Bentley. 

vi. KoxE, b. July 21, 1805 ; d. April 21, 1811. 

vil. Amos, b. Jan. 4, 1807; d. Oriskany Falls, N. Y. March 12, 

1876; no children, 
viii. Amanda, b. Dec. 11, 1808; d. May 4, 1889 in Reading Creek, 
Schuyler Co., N. Y. 

ix. Abigail, b. May 28, 1813; d. Nov. 11, 1885. 
X. William, b. April 12, 1815; no children. 

xi. Chloe, b. March 6, 1817; d. in New Ohio, Broome Co., N. Y. 
March 26, 1858. 

14. 

JoHN^ Hitchcock {Eliakim'^ , John^. EKakim^, Matthias^) was 
born in Colchester, Conn., baptized, April 5, 1741. He married 
about ] 758 Abigail Chapman, daughter of Benjamin and Lydia 
(Streeter) Chapman. Benjamin Chapman was son of Robert Chap- 
man, Jr. , who was son of Robert Chapman, who came from Hull, 
England in 1635. Abigail was born at Saybrook, Conn., Sept. 3, 
1736, and died at Pittsford, Vt., May 2, 1808. John died June 14, 
1813 at Pittsford. He lived in the "Windsor part of the society of 
North Bolton, Conn, from 1761 to 1768 ; then located in North Bolton, 
where a part of his children were born. In 1780 he moved to Surrey, 
N. H. and later kept an inn at Rutland from which place he moved 
in 1785 to Pittsford, Vt., where he died. He and his wife Abigail 
joined the church at Bolton on the " half-way-covenant " on the same 
day on which their oldest child, John, was baptized July 20, 1760. 

HIS CHILDKBN WERE : 

29. i. John*, b. May 13, 1760; m. 1st Hannah Weed. 

ii. Abigail, b. April 12, 1762, in Bolton, Conn.; m. in Sudbury, 
N. H., April 3, 1784, David Hall and d. Nov. 7, 1841, in 
Pittsford, Vt. 
iil. Benjamin, b. Feb. 19, 1764 in Vernon, Conn., bapt. the same 
day in the 2d church in Bolton, Conn. He d. Aug. 17, 
1813, unmarried. 

30. Iv. Joseph, bapt. Apr. 6, 1766 in Vernon, Conn. 



16 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

V. Anna, bapt. July 10, 1768; m. 1st Dr. Crampton and 2d Carmi 
Crossman. She d. in Pittsford, Vt., leaving four children. 

1. Demetrius' Crampton, who lived in Saulsbary, Vt. 

2. Addison Crampton, who settled in Pierpont, St. 
Laurence Co., N. Y. 3. William Crossman and 4 a 
daughter. 

31. vi. Rbmembrancb, h. 1770; m. Eunice Allen. 

vii. Lydia, bapt, Aug. 13, 1775 in Somers, Conn. ; d. young. 

32. viii. Chapman, b. Nov. 6, 1775 ; m. Chrissy Hill. 

ix. Lydia, bapt. Sept. 6, 1776 at Somers, Conn. ; m. Mar. 6, 1800 
Leonard Eawson of Pittsford. She d. in 1816. Her 
children were 1, Amelia' Bawson ; 2, Amy Mawson; 3, 
Leonard Rawson; i, Sarah Bawson; 5, Mdward Baw- 
son; 6, Lydia Bawson; 7, Bosina Bawson. 

15. 

Eliakim^ Hitchcock {EUakim,^ JoJin'^ , Eliakim^ , Matthias^) son 

of Eliakim and Ann (- ) Hitchcock was baptized in Colchester, 

Conn. June 19, 1743. He married Jedidia Pinney, daughter of 
Capt. Benjamin and Susannah (Lathrop) Pinney of Ellington, Conn. 
She died in New York July 15, 1824, ae. 77. Eliakim died April 
14, 1817 in Hartford, Conn. He lived at one time in East Windsor, 
was a member of the the church in Ellington in 1799, and of Hart- 
ford in 1814. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Molly", bapt. May 3, 1768 in Vernon Conn. ; m. Nov. 21, 1790- 

to Charles "Wells. 
ii. Eliakim, b. Mar. 5, 1767; m. Eunice Abell of Franklin, Conn. 
Eunice d. June 16, 1836, 33. 71. Eliakim d. July 14, 1840 
in East Windsor. They had no children but adopted a 
child who m. Ebenezer Pinney of Windsor, Conn. 
iii. SiLB, bapt. Oct. 28, 1770; d. Nov. 2, 1774. 
iv. Chloe, bapt. Oct. 11, 1772; d. Nov. 14, 1774. 

33. V. William, bapt. July 17, 1774; m. Miriam McKinney. 

vi. Abnbr, bapt. May 5, 1776; d. unmarried about 1828 in New 

York, 
vii. SiLB, bapt. Dec. 7, 1777. 
viii. Chlob, bapt. Aug. 22, 1779. 
ix. RoxY, bapt. July 6, 1788; m. Oct. 1, 1806 William Newberry 

of East Windsor, Conn, and settled in Ohio. 
X. Betty, bapt. July 6, 1788; m. Mr. Reed, 
xi & xii. Twin infants who d. one Jan. 1, 1790 the other Mar. 11^ 

1791. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 17 

16. 

Stephen^ Hitchcock {Joseph*, Joseph^, Miakim^, Matthias^) 
son of Joseph and Hannah (Marvin) Hitchcock was b. Oct. 17, 1745 
in Conn, probably Norwalk. He married in 1770 Mary Mann, 
daughter of Edward and Mary Mann, who was born Sept. 19, 1752. 
He served his country during the Eevolutionary war. His will which 
was dated Nov. 3, 1815, names only his sons Edward, Daniel M. and 
William and daughters Hannah, Martha and Maria. His wife sur- 
vived him. His children were all born in New York City. nV CM^(X. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : i ' w ' 

i.+JosBPH«, b. Mar. 24, 1771; d. Oct. 13, ISOO.-f^.Ji^'^^T.;*;^';^ 
ii. Stephen, b. Sept. 5, 1772; d. 1773. T&-y~i.£i,,^ ' 

84. -i- iii. William Manx, b. April 2G, 1774; m. Ann*-Stj.». Salmon. 
35. iv. EdwABD, b. Jan. 31, 1776. " 

86. V. Daniel Marvin, b. Feb. 2, 1778. 

vi. John, b. March 27, 1780; d. at sea on his way to New Orleans, 
vii. Mary, b. March 27, 1782. 
vili. Elizabeth, b. July 19, 1784. 
ix. Mariah, b. Sept. 17, 1785. 

X. HANNAHjb^Swt^lOJLTSJ. '■ r, P' -i^ 

xi. MARTHA,'^^'eb^'t#n%'j d. Dec. 1, 1874. /cu.-«-w% h^^fh^' 
xii. STEPHENTb. March 7, 1794; d. in 1829 leaving two children^ 
1, David'; 2, John. i 

Thomas^ Hitchcock (Jo/mi*, Joseph^, Eliakim^, Matthias^) son '^ 
of John and Mindwell (Rundle) Hitchcock, was born in Greenwich, 
Conn. Aug. 30, 1757. He married 1st, Feb. 26, 1784 Clemence 
Reynolds, daughter of William Reynolds of Poundridge ; she died 
Dec. 1, 1795 when he married 2d, Mary Tinpenny Nov. 29, 1796 ; she 
died April 30, 1797 £8. 17 yearsand 10 months. He married 3d, May 
20, 1798 Hannah Betts who was born May 8, 1766. He was a 
Lieut, in the Revolutionary war, and served under Capt. Nehemiah 
Mead and died Dec. 29, 1813 se. 56 years and 1 month. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

37. i. J0HN«, b. Feb. 16, 1785. 

11. Polly, b. Nov. 12, 1786; ra. John Silkman; d. Feb. 11, 1842. 

Hi. Sally, b. Sept. 27, 1788; m. Charles Raymond, 

iv. Thirza, b. No\r. 13, 1790; m. Harry Kitch; d. Feb. 22, 1837. 

V. William Reynolds, b. Nov. 2, 1792; d. Sept. 2, 1793. 

38. vi. William Reynolds, b. Dec. 2, 1794. 
89. vii. CyRUS, b. April 29, 1797. 

3 



18 DESCENDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. 

viii. Silas, b. June 4, 1800; d. Mar. 7, 1804. 

ix. Adeline, b. Jan. 7, 1802; d. about 1848. 

X. Louise, b. July 16, 1803; m. Mr. Ard Knapp; d. 1886. 

xi. SIL.A.S Bbtts, b. Aug. 7, 1805 ; d. Oct. 4, 1806. 

xii. Thomas Jefferson, b. Mar. 11, 1807; d. Sept. 18, 1827. 

18. 

Joseph^ Hitchcock (John^, Joseph^, Eliakim'^, Matthias^) son of 
John and Mindwell' (Rundle) Hitchcock was born in Greenwich, 

Conn. Oct. 29, 1759. He married Elizabeth , who survived him. 

He appears, from Greenwich town records, to have had his property 
cared for by a committee appointed by the town. This committee 
was discharged in 1806, and on July 10, 1810 his son Samuel was 
appointed administrator on his estate. 

HIS children were : 

i. Samuel L''. 

ii. RuFus. 
iii. Joseph, Jr. 
iv. Mahala. 

19. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock {Samuel''- , Joseph^ , Eliakim^ , Matthias^) son 
of Samuel and Abigail (Dunham) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 14, 
1755 in Sharon, Conn. He married, Nov. 20, 1779 Jemima Barlow, 
daughter of Judge Elisha Barlow, who was born June 25, 1761 at 
Amenia, N. Y. and died Aug. 4, 1837. Samuel lived at Schodack, 
N. Y. where he died Sept. 4, 1806. 

his children were : 

i. Sally*, b. July 7, 1781 ; m. Benjamin Rowe; d. Jan. 5, 1853 at 
Canastota, N. Y. She had two children 1, George' B. 
Bowe, b. May 6, 1804; 2, Genet Bowe b. Sept. 25, 
1806. 
ii. Thomas, b. Aug. 2, 1782; never m. ; d. April 27, 1842. 

iii. Susan, b. Dec. 31, 1784; m. Cornelius Heermans; d. 
July 27, 1811, leaving one daughter Susan' Heermans, 
who was b. July 20, 1811 and m. Rev. John Trippeth July 
9, 1862. 

iv. Gilbert, b. Dec. 26, 1786 ; d. July 3, 1855 ; never married. 

40. V. Samuel, b. Feb. 20, 1790. 

41. vi. Elisha B., b. Feb. 2, 1794. 

vii. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 21, 1797; m. May 19, 1840 Theodore Greg- 
ory; d. Feb. 12, 1880. Had no children. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIJI. 19 

20. 

Thomas^ Hitchcock (Samuel''' , Joseph^ , Eliakim^ , Matthias^) son 
of Samuel and Abigail (Dunham) Hilchcock was born in Sharon, 
Conn. April 17, 1757; married in 1784, Margaret Livingston. He 
died in Schodack, N. Y. Oct. 12, 1828. He was a farmer and kept 
a hotel at Schodack. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

42. i. Samcel'', b. June 13, 1785. 

ii. Robert, b. Sept. 23, 1790; m. Amanda Hurd; lived in Albany, 

N. Y. ; iiad no children and d. Oct. 4, 1841. 
iii. Penubl, b. Sept. 22, 1791 ; d. July 16, 1792. 
iv. Abigail, b. June 1, 1794; m. Agur Wells Sept. 16, 1816. Her 
children were: 1, Bobert'' H. Wells; 2, William D. Wells; 
3, Thomas D. Wells; 4, Joseph A. Wells; 5, Henry J. 
Wells; 6, George A. Wells; 7, Mary Wells. 

21. 

Solomon" Hitchcock {Samuel'^, Joseph^., Eliakim^, Matthias'-) 
son of Samuel and Abigail (Dunham) Hitchcock was born at 
Sharon, Conn. Sept. 5, 1760 ; married Sarah Newcome, who was 
born in 1761 and died Sept. 17, 1805 at Amenia Union, N. Y. 
Solomon died Feb. 8, 1813 at Amenia Union. He was a merchant 
there as early as 1800, since which time the local name of the place 
has been " Hitchcock's Corners." He accumulated a large property. 
his children were : 
i. Sarah'' N., b. 1795; m. Oct. 15, 1823, Eev. George B. Andrews 
of Boston, Mass. She d. Aug., 1853 at New Hamburg, 
town of Fishkill, New York. She had no children, 
ii. Charlotte, b. 1803; d. Aug. 1, 1809. 

22. 

Stephen^ Hitchcock {Samuel*, Joseph^, Eliakim^, Matthias') 
son of Samuel and Abigail (Dunham) Hitchcock was born Aug. 15, 
1765 at Sharon, Conn. ; married at Sharon March 17, 1792 Elizabeth 
Sears. He was a farmer ; moved from Sharon to South Amenia, 
N. Y. in 1805. He died Jan. 5, 1829, and his widow died Aug. 12, 
1848. 

his children were: 
1. Eliza*, b. April 11, 1793; m. James Reed; d. Feb. 25, 1820. 

She had one son Thomas'^ Beed. 
ii. Penuel, b. Dec. 19, 1794; d. June 9, 1795. 



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ix. 




X. 




xi. 


47. 


xii. 



20 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Hbctok, b. May 1, 1796. 

Philo, b. Oct. 9, 1798. 

Abigail, b. Sept. 6, 1800; d. Oct. 13, 1828. 

AsENATH, b. Jan. 10, 1803; m. Ebenezer Cline; d. May 19, 

1845. She had one son Edward? E. Gline. 
Homer, b. April 24, 1805. 
Samuel, b. May 26, 1807; m. Mercy Clark; d. April 19, 1880 

leaving no children. 
Solomon, b. Nov. 14, 1809. 
Alma, m. Jndah Swift; has three children. 
Sakah, b. Mar. 24, 1812; d. Mar. 11, 1830. 
Amariah, b. Sept. 29, 1816; m. 1840. 

23. 

AsA^ Hitchcock {Samuel''', Joseph^ , Eliakim^ . Matthias^) son of 
Samuel and Abigail (Dnnliam) Hitchcoolf, was born in Sharon, 
Conn. Dec. 19, 1768. He mai-ried Deo. 25, 179t) in Sharon, Hannah 
Doty who was born in Sharon Nov. 21, 1779 and died May 7, 1861. 
He died Dec. 26, 1827. Asa was born in and inherited the old 
homestead, and left it in turn to his son Southard who died without 
issue. It is now in the possession of his sister Joanna. 

His CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Horace" Dunham, b. Oct. 23, 1800; m. Dec. 18, 1834, Louise 

Otis. He d. Feb. 17, 1835, leaving no children, 
ii. Harriet, b. Dec. 27, 1801 ; m. April 3, 1830, Simon V. Oley 
of XJtica, N. Y. Shed, leaving three children. 1, Horace'' 
Hitchcock Oley, who A. without issue. 2, Harriet M. 
Oley, who m. Guilford Chase of Brooklyn. 3, Louise 
Hitchcock Oley, who m. Prof. A. C. Merriam of Colum- 
bia College, N. Y. 

ill. Rebecca, b. Dec. 18, 1803; d. Mar. 24, 1880; never m. 

iv. Maria, b. Eeb. 6, 1807; d. Oct. 31, 1881; never m. 
V. Charlotte, b. Jan. 18, 1811. 

vi. Solomon Gilbert, b. July 24, 1814; d. Sept. 14, 1877; never 
m. GraduatedatTiinity College, Hartford; was ordained 
July 7, 1837 and preached his first sermon in Woodbury, 
Conn., July 28, 183T, on the text Luke 4: 18, 19. He 
went to Hebron and from there to Piermont, N. Y., where 
lie d. after a rectorship of 27 years. 

vii. Southard, b. March 4, 1816; m. Oct. 20, 1859, Jane A. Moor- 
house of Leedsville, N. Y. He d. June 27, 1874; no 
children. His widowm.2d, Mr. Tenney of Poiighkeepsle, 
N. Y. 
viii. Joanna, b. June 30. 1818 ; m.Aug. 3, 1852, John A. Lambert 
of Sharon; d. 1890, leaving no children. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 21 



SIXTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

24. 

David'5 Hitchcock {David^, Thomas*, SamueP, Eliakim^, Mat- 
thias^) son of David and Lydia (Parmlee) Hitchcock, was born in 
Bethlehem, Conn., Aug. 28, 1773. He married in Great Barringfcon, 
May 27, 1799, Sarah Swan of Great Barrington. David died in 
Fairfield, Iowa, May 6, 1849. His father was a shoemaker and 
David learned the shoemaker's trade and settled at West Stockbridge. 
He said of himself, that he was " poor and laborious but enjoying 
peace and contentment." He was the author of several books ; 
" The Shade of Plato," " The Social Monitor," and " Christ not the 
Minister of Sin." His children, all born in Great Barrington, were : 
i. Elizabtsth M'., b. Oct. 4, 1802; m. in 1836, Edmund Rogers, 
a Missionary Printer at the Sandwich Islands. She d. at 
the Sandwich Islands in Aug., 1857. She had two sons 
and two daughters ; one of her sons William Hemnp 
Bogers lives on the island of Maui and one dau. Carrie 
Bogers m. Clark Hitchcock of New London, Iowa. 

48. ii. Harvey Rbxfokd, b. Mar. 13, 1800. 

49. iii. "William P., b. Jan. 15, 1805. 

iv. Lydia M., b. June 14, 1807; m. in Manchester, Conn, in 1828, 

Bassett; d. In "Washington, Iowa, Sept. 21,1861; 

left four children. One sou Henry^ Bassett, is now living 
in Blairsdale, Iowa. 

V. Harriet S., b. Sept. 20, 1809; m. in Manchester, Conn., 
Dec. 7, 1829, Charles Lyman. She d. in Moline, Ills., 
Feb. 20, 1856, leaving two daus. ; one, Mrs. Geo. Hem- 
ming, now lives in Durant, Iowa. 

vi. George B., b. Jan. 9., 1812; m. 1835, Caroline Grossman of 
Jacksonville, Fla. He d. at Baxter Springs, Kansas, Aug. 
1, 1872. He was a Home Missionary. 

50. vii. Allen B., b. Mar. 20, 1814. 
viii. David, Jr., d. young. 

ix. Charles R., b. April 11, 1816; m. in Davenport, Iowa, 1st, 
Feb. 6, 1844; m. 2d, Rachel Hitchcock, dau. of John 
Colton and Irene (Clark) Hitchcock, who was b. in Mil- 
ton, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1817. He had two cMMren, both d. 
young. Address, Durant, Cedar Co., Iowa. 

X. Jared B., b. July 4, 1818; m. Sept. 30, 1844, Lucy Hub- 
bard of Davenport, Iowa. He d. Sept. 25, 1885. 
xi. Caroline A., b. Oct. 24, 1824; m. Apr. 9, 1867, Thomas Shaw 
of Washington, Iowa. Shed, in "Wlnfield, Iowa, Feb., 
1878 ; no children. 



22 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

25. 

Jared^ Hitchcock (David^, Thomas'^, Samuel^, EliaMm^, Mat- 
thias^) son of David and Lydia (Parmlee) Hitchcock, was born in 
Bethlehem, Conn, in 1783, and died in Conesville, N. Y. Sept., 
1847 ; he married Hannah Harrison of Cornwall's Hollow, Conn. 
He moved with his uncle Jared to Durham, N. Y. early in the pres- 
ent century. 

HIS CHILDKBN WERE : 

1. Sally', b. Oct. 10, 1809 ; m. Jan. 16, 1833 at Conesville, Sco- 
harie Co., N. Y., Henry Gaylord, who was b. Dec. 17, 
1809 and is now living at Catskill, Green Co., N. Y. She 
liad three cliildren, two sons and one daughter. One of 
her sons was a Methodist Minister. 
51. ii. Daniel Hakkison, b. May 16, 1811; m. Sally Ann Shepard of 
Greenville, N. Y. ; he d. at Conesville, N. Y. May 1, 1886. 
iii. David, b. June 9, 18—; m. Mary dau. of Bradford Weeks. 

He d. in California in 1883. 
iv. Lydia Ann, b. ; m. Myron Harrison of Cornwall's Hol- 
low, Conn. He d. in Cornwall's Hollow in 1862. 

26. 

MiLES^ Hitchcock {Jared° , Thomas'^, Samuel^, EliaMm^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Jared and Irene (Bartholomew) Hitchcock, was born 
Nov. 9, 1784 and di^d Jan. 28, 1864 in Franklin, N. Y. 

HIS CHILDREN BY TWO WIVES WERE: 

i. Ben.tamin'. 

ii. Sbth, b. Aug. 24, 1807. 

iii. Jared, b. Oct. 4, 1811. 

Iv. Harmon, b. Dec. 29, 1813; d. June 22, 1876. 

V. Isaac, b. June 12, 1816; d. Feb. 9, 1889. 

vi. Amanda, b. Sept. 10, 1818. 

vli. Matthew, b. Aug. 3, 1819. Now living in Franklin, N. Y. ; 

has one sou Seymour', b. Sept. 23, 1858. 

viii. Jane, b. Aug. 3, 1819. 

27. 

Amos^ Hitchcock {Jared^, Thomas'^^, SamueP, Eliakim^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Jared and Irene (Bartholomew) Hitchcock, was 
born Dec. 16, 1791. He married Dec. 30, 1818, Maria Hopkins of 
Greenville, Green Co., N. Y., who was born July 22, 1791, and died 
Feb., 1885. Amos died Feb. 14, 1858. 



FAMILY OP ELIAKIM. 23 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

52. i. Lucius', b. Jan. 15, 1820 in Durham, N. Y. ; m. Susan M. 

Swett. 
ii. LuciNA T., b. July 5, 1823 at Durham; d. July 13, 1861 at 

Franklin, N. Y. 
iii. Nancy B.,b. Oct. 25, 1825 at Greenville, N. Y. ; m. Rufus 

Seeley of Franklin; d. July 27, 1892 at Franklin. 
iv. Stuart B., b. Jan. 2, 1828 at Greenville; d. Nov. 18, 1837 at 

Franklin. 

28. 

Hiram'5 Hitchcock {Amos^, Samuel'^, Samuel^, Eliakim^, Mat- 
thias'-) sou of Amos and Roxe (Miller) Hitchcock, was born ia 
Oriskany Falls, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1797. He married Lucinda Green- 
leaf, Dec. 27, 1829. He died in Dayton, Mich., Oct. 18, 1863. 
Lucinda his wife was born June 12, 1803 and died Oct. 2, 1876. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

53. i. James L'., b. Jan. 10, 1830; m. Caroline Trumbull. 

li. Luke E., b. Nov. 6, 1831; m. Sarah J. West, June 15, 1854. 

,He has one son. 
iii. Mark, b. Feb. 16, 1834; d. in infancy, 
iv. John, b. Feb. 22, 1835; d. in infancy. 
V. Mary E. B., b. Oct. 24, 1836; m. Curtis T. Hall, Jan. 24, 

1856; d. Oct., 1890. 
vi. Charles Hiram, b. Oct. 4, 1839; m. Cornelia Brooks, Jan. 3, 

1863. 
vii. Amos, b. July 19, 1843; d. Nov. 3, 1865; wasshotat the battle 
of Atlanta while serving as a bugler in the 3d Mich. 
Cavalry. 

29. 

John'' Hitchcock {John^, Eliakim*, JoJin^ , Eliakim^ , Matthias^) 
son of John and Abigail (Chapman) Hitchcock, was born in Bolton, 
Conn., May 13, 1760 ; baptized at the first church in Bolton, Conn. 
July 20, 1760; he married 1st, in 1785, Hannah daughter of Jacob 
"Weed. She died about 1813. By her he had nine children, all of 
whom died in infancy. He married 2d, Oct. 1, 1814 Lucy Eipley, 
who was born in Pittsford, Vt., May 10, 1789. John died May 10, 
1836, and his widow married. May 14, 1841, William Manly. She 
died in Pittsford, Vt., June 1, 1865. 

John enlisted in the Revolutionary Army at the age of 16, and 
served three years. The family must at that time have been living 



'24 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

in New Hampshire for at one time iiaving a furlough from the army 
for a few days, he did not visit his home because it was so far, but 
went to see an uncle (his father's brother) . His aunt had a sheep 
sheared, and the wool carded, spun, and woven into cloth, and a 
warm suit of clothes made for the soldier hoy. 

He was under Gen. Sullivan in several skirmishes but in no impor- 
tant battle. He received a pension until his death. 

HIS CHIIDKEN WERE : 

i. Hannah Weed', b. Oct. 12, 1815 ; m. at Mt. Moriah, Wilcox 
Co., Alabama, April 6, 1838, the Rev. H. A. Smith. Her 
children were : 

1. liem-y Kirke Whit^ Smith, b. Aug. 1, 1840. 

2. Lucy Amelia Smith, b. Sept. 26, 1844:. 

3. Samuel Sewall Smith, b. May 31, 1847. 

4. Leic/h Richmond Smith, b. June 5, 1850. 

5. Kate McLeod Smith, b. Aug. 10, 1852. 

6. Dora Isabella Smith, b. Dec. 31, 1855. 

7. Gordon Hall Smith, b. May 31, 1858. 

ii. John EiPLEY, b. April 28, 1817. He fitted for College In Burr 
Seminary, entered Middlebury College in 1836 ihtending to 
study law, but left in Junior year on account of ill health 
and went to Alabama. He returned to Pittsford in June 
and d. Sept. 22, 1842, unmarried, 
ill. Fkances Montague, b. Apr. 24, 1819 ; m. Oct. 9, 1843, J. 
Madison Chatterton of Eutland Center, who d. April 12, 
1874. They had two children. 

1. John Hitchcock' Chatterton. 

2. Mary Eusibia Chatterton. 

iv. Almiea Montague, b. Oct. 29, 1821 ; m. May 15, 1848, Wil- 
liam Elias Hall of Troy, N. Y. She had two children : 

1. Alice Montague^ Hall. 

2. Cora Davenport Hall. . 

V. William Dokus, b. Nov. 18, 1823; m. Feb., 1852, Sarah A. 
Kllburn of Andover, Mass. ; d. Nov. 23, 1854. He fitted 
for College in New London, Coan. He, as well as his 
brother, intended to study law, saying that he would be 
an honest lawyer and redeem the name, but on becoming 
a Christian he changed his plans and felt he must try to 
preach. He graduated at the Uuiv. of Vt. in 1847, settled 
in Exeter, N. H. in Oct., 1853 and d. there leaving no 
children. His widow m. 2d, Rev. Randolph Campbell of 
Lincoln, Neb. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 



25 



30. 

Joseph^ Hitchcock (John^, EliaJcim^, JoJin^, EliaMm^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Joba and Abigail (Chapman) Hitchcock was bom in 
Bolton, Conn, where he was baptized April 6, 1766. He married 
Hannah Piatt, dau. of Maj. Jonathan Piatt of Oswego, N. Y. She 
was born in 1744 ( ?) and died in Wilkesbarre, Pa., Aug. 11, 1813. 
• Joseph died in Columbus, Ohio. 

Joseph Hitchcock was an architect and builder, who went west 
(as Penn. was then called,) about the year 1799 to better his for- 
tunes. " He planned and bnilt many of the public buildings, which 
were erected in the towns lying along the Susquehannah river, in that 
day, among which was the first frame court house built at Wilkes- 
barre, where hej'esided from about the year 1800 to 1815, when he 
journeyed to Ohio where he died soon after.'' 

" In the History of Wyoming Valley it is recorded," that Joseph 
Hitchcock, contractor, in 1800 took down the log house which had 
been used as a place of business for the court and also a jail, to erect 
a court house. He also built the first meeting house, which was 
used by Christians of different denominations, for the worship of 
God in that place. He also built the mission church at Forty Fort 
which still stands aud is in a good state of preservation. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKB : 

i. Mineeva', b. June 3, 1801 ; m. in Providence, Pa., 1st, Wil- 
liam Knapp, 2d, Edward Lee Phillips, both of Pittston, 
Pa. 
ii. Chapman, b. ■ 1802; d. young. 

54. Hi. Platt, b. July U, 1804. 

iv. Maky, b. ; m. James Brown at Mehoopany, Pa. 

v. Saeah, b. June 13, 1807; lives at Melioopany, Pa.; unm. 

55. vi. Hiram, b. July 4, 1808. 

31. 

Remembrance '5 Hitchcock (Jb/wi^, Eliakim'^, John^, MiaJcim^, 
Matthias^) son of John and Abigail (Chapman) Hitchcock, was 
born in 1770. He married in 1795 Eunice Allen daughter of Joseph 
and Sarah (Lyman) Allen. He died in August, 1849. Eunice 
Allen his wife was born Feb. 22, 1775 in Pittsfield, Mass. and died 
July 19, 1843 in Pittsford, Vt. Remembrance located first in Bran- 
don and in 1797 removed to Pittsford. 





ill. 


67. 


iv. 


58. 


V. 


59. 


vi. 




vii. 



26 UESCENDAKTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BKAKCH 1. 

HIS CHILDREN WKRE : 

56. i. Lyman', b. Feb. 9, 1796. 

il. Abigail, b. Aug. 31, 1797; m. Feb. 11, 1821, Henry W. Merrill 
and had : 1, Sarah Jane^ Merrill, b. July 13, 1823, and m, 
Charles' Hitchcock, son of Chapman^ Hitchcock, Nov. 7, 
1848; 2, Agnes S. MerrilUwho d. Sept. 21, 1881 in Pitts- 
ford. 
lEA, d. young. 
Ira, b. June, 1801. 
Harry, b. Aug. 22, 1805. 
Thomas Allen, b. Oct. 22, 1806. 

William Anson, b. Nov. 2, 1810; m. Sept. 20, 1832, Mary 
Ann Cutler. He had two children : 1, Ann', b. Dec. 11, 
1833 ; 2, Eunice Ann, b. Dec. 17, 1842 ; m. Sept. 23, 
1861 James Voorhees at Minnesota Junction, Wis. 

viii. Marcus, b. 1813; d. Mar. 18, 1831. 

ix. Eliza, b. May 29, 1816 ; m. May 29, 1842 Bev. Daniel F. Page. 
She d. Dec. 22, 1842; no children. 

32. 

Chapman^ Hitchcock (JoJui^, Eliakim'^, John^, Eliakim^, Mat- 
thias^) son of John and Abigail (Chapman) Hitchcock, was born in 
Bolton, Conn., Nov. 6, 1775. He married in 1801, Chrissey Hill, 
who was born in Mass., Aug. 9, 1779 and died Jan. 31, 1855. 
Chapman Hitchcock taught a singing school and led the church 
choir. He died Dec. 2, 1857. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

60. i. Joseph', b. Mar. 12, 1802. 

61. ii. Amos, b. Oct. 27, 1803. 

iii. Honor, b. July 12, 1805; m. 1st, Thomas Adams, and 2d, 

John Sheldon. She d. Oct. 10, 1864. 
iv. John, b. April 3, 1807; d. Nov. 1, 1830 at Pittsfdrd. 
V. Lydia, b. Marcli 20, 1809; d. Dec. 9, 1845. 
vi. Mary, b. June 2, 1811; d. Sept. 24, 1828. 
vii. Charlotte, b. May 31, 1813 ; m. J. L. Slason ; d. Oct. 24, 1851 at 

Rutland, Vt. 
viii. Almon Dunbar, b. Mar. 27,1815; d. July 8, 1840; unmarried. 
ix. Hester, b. May 24, 1817; m. Deo. 21, 1842 Dr. Eleazer Van, 
Ness Harwood, brother of Elizabeth Harwood the wife 
of Amos' Hitchcock. She d. Sept. 14, 1867 leaving no 
_ children. 
X. Sarah, b. Sept. 6, 1819 ; m. Samuel Tomlinson. She d. Oct. 
9, 1844. 

62. xi. Charles, b. March 24, 1822. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 27 

33. 

Willam'' Hitchcock {Eliakim^, Eliakim^, John^ , EHakim^ , Mat- 
thias^) son of Eliakim and Jedidia (Pinney) Hitchcock, was born 

; baptized July 1 7, 1774; married 1st, in 1801, Miriam Mo 

Kinney, daughter of Andrew McKinney of Ellington, Conn. He 
died Jan. 21, 1842, and his wife about July 24, 1824. He lived at 
one time in Ellington, Conn., and later in South ^\■indsor, Conn. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKK : 

i. Horace', 1). 1802;m. three times. By his 1st wife he had 

one son William' who d. about Jan., 1861, leaving wife 
Susan F. Hitchcock and son William D'. Hitchcock, 
who was then 2 years and 3 months old, also two dans. 
Clarissa and Emma. Horace died in Brooklyn ahout 
1882 or 3. He was blind for some years before his death. 
Three of his children 1, Mary Ann'* Hitchcock; 2, 
George Warren HiTCricocK; 3, Eliza Hitchcock, 
are supposed to be living in Brooklyn. 

ii. Mary Ann, bapt. Dec. 8, 1806; m. in 1829 Thomas Hall of N. 
Y. She d. May 8, 1842, leaving three sons, 1, Edwin^ 
Hall; 2, Thomas Hall; 8, Bobert S. Hall; also one 
daughter. 
iii. William H., b. 1807; d. Nov. 13, 1827. 

iv. Henry Livingston, b. May 27, 1810; d. 1832; unmarried. 

V. Maria, b. 1813; d. Jan. 27, 1834; no children. 

34. 

William Mann^ Hitchcock {Stephen^, Jos.epli''', Joseph^, Elia- 
kim^, Matthias^) son of Stephen and Mary (Maun) Hitchcock, was 
born in Norwalk, C^m, April 26, 1 774. He married in N. Y. Jan. 
3, 180Q, Ann St. •^Salmon of New Jersey, who was born Dec. 25, 
1?83, and died Aug. 10, 1859 in the Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H. 
He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., July 4, 1853. He was Captain of a 
Merchantman and a U. S. Customs officer. 



his children were : 



■*t- 'Sf^^^H ' Mary Ann', b. Oct. 22, 1801 ; m. July 30, 1823 in N. Y. CityTO 
3. fH^fttUmL qqj jqJj^ q Reynolds of the U. S. Marine Corps. j 

f. ' Jph. Cornelia Margaret, b. Sept. 25, 1806; m. April 20, 1844, in 

y N. Y. City, Charles Oswald Liborius, a Prussian. Shed. ^ 

in Brooklyn, N. Y. Nov. 16, 1882. X-CUUdMAv.&wv^ 

iii. Stephen Henry, b. Dec. 16, 18p8;m. Eeb.2^ 1835, inN.Y. City^^ 

Sarah Agnes Raymond. He had itwc daus. : "V Mrs. 

Georg^Fkost, 664 Gates Ave., Brooklyn; I, Mrs. 

-^ WiLLiAiv^WiLDE, Bergen Point, New Jersey, ^-^c^ ^Z- 



28 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

35. 

Edward^ Hitchcock {Stephen^ , Joseph''^, Joseph^ , Eliakim^ , Mat- 
thias^) sou of Stepheu and Mary (Mann) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 

31, 1776. ITe married Eliza Terheun, daughter of John and 

Ann Terheun of Bergen Co., New Jersey. She was born Dee. 9, 
1786 and died March 15, 1843. 

THEIE CHILDREN WEEK : 

i. Louise Mari.^', b. Aug. 6, 1806. 
ii. Horatio Gates, b. June li, 1808. 

lii. Edward Terheun, b. June 17, 1810; d. May 2i, 1834. 
iv. Elizabeth Ann, b. March 4, 1813; d. Sept. 30, 1848, 
V. Maria Louisa, b. Nov. 19, 1815. 

vi. Alexander Mann, b. Dec. 15, 1818 ; cl. Feb. 24, 1839. 
vii. John Peter, b. May 28, 1819; cl. June 3, 1853. 
viii. Caroline Terheun, b. Feb. 10, 1822; cl. May 24, 1849. 
Ix. Alfred A. WeiSks, b. March 22, 1826; cl. Feb. 22, 1867. He 

m. Abbie Phillips Monsell and had two childi'en; 1, 

Susan Amelia', b. Jan. 10, 1847; m. James E. Hertford; 
2, Jessie Mary, b. March 8, 1867 ; d. April 22, 1885. 

36. 

Daniel Marvin^ Hitchcock {Stephen^, Joseph'^, Joseph^, Elia- 
kim,'^, Matthias^) son of Stephen and Mary (Mann) Hitchcock, was 
born Feb. 2, 1778. He married 1st, Nov. 30, 1798, Ann Griswold ; 
she died April 16, 1801, when he married 2d, Mrs. Sarah Van Eoos- 
evelt, Feb. 26, 1805. She died Dec. 20, 1848. Daniel died in New 
York Nov. 10, 1836. He lived at one time at Jamaica, Long Island. 
He was surgeon in the army in the war of 1812. He afterwards 
removed to New York and was resident physician in that city at the 
time of the yellow fever in 1820. In 1830 he was appointed sur- 
geon to the Marine Hospital, tlien Quarantine on Staten Island, and 
was very successful iu the treatment of yellow fever, ship fever, 
cpast fever and small pox. 

his children were : 
i. Gannetta', b. Sept. 13, 1799; m. April 1, 1819, Rev. John 

Grigg; d. Dec. 15, 1857. 
ii. Ann Griswold, b. Jan. 24, 1801 ; m. Sept. 11, 1823 WiUiam 

C. Boker. 
iii. Catherine Makia, b. Oct., 1806; d. five days old. 
iv. Sarah, b. Sept. 8, 1808 ; d. Sept. 19, 1808. 
V. Sarah Van Rant, b. Oct. 12, 1809; d. July 22, 182-. 
vi. Daniel Roosevelt, b. Aug. 15, 1811. 



FAMILY OP ELIAKIM. 29^ 

37. 

JoHN^ Hitchcock {Thomas^, Johw^, Joseph^, EMaMm^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Thomas and Clemence (Reynolds) Hitchcock, was 
born in Greenwich, Conn., Feb. 16, 1786. He married June 16, 
1811, Electa Hall. His will was dated Mar. 5, 1844. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Sophia Hall', b. June 10, 1812; d. Sept. 1, 1813. 
ii. James Reynolds, b. April 4, 1814. Apparently he had no 
children, as in his will dated Jan. 2, 1869, he names only 
his wife Elinore. 
iii. John Clemence, b. March 7, 1816. His will was received 

Feb. 17, 1864. No children, 
iv. Sophia Hall, b. Nov. 21, 1818; m. Feb. 19, 1849, Daniel 

James. She d. about 1870. 
V. Caroline Elizabeth, b. Oct. 25, 1820; m. Oct. 19, 1844, Rev. 
William Scribner ; she left two sons: 1, John IP. Scrib- 
ner; 2, William Scribner. 
vi. Mary Amelia, b. Oct. 13, 1822; d. about 1835. 

64. vii. George Brewer, b. May 28, 1824. 

65. viii. Clinton, b. Jan. 1, 1826. 



William Reynolds^ Hitchcock {Thomas^, John^, Joseph^,. 
Elialdm^., Matthias'-) son of Thomas and Clemence (Reynolds) 
Hitchcock, was born in Greenwich, Conn., Dec. 2, 1794. He married 
Elithea (Sands) Lockwood and died in New York, Dec. 27, 1857. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Sarah Marshall', b. Sept. 4, 1829; d. unmarried Sept. 17 

1891. 
ii. Thomas, b. Dec. 1, 1831; m. Maria Louise Center. He grad- 
uated at the University of the City of New York in 1849, 
and at the Harvard Law school in 1851, practiced law in 
New York from 1863 to 1864, and then devoted himself to 
literature, becoming in 1868 one of the editorial staff of 
the N. Y. Sun, under Charles Dana. His department has 
been, book reviews, philosophical and religious topics and 
latterly has written an article every Monday morning for 
the Sun over the name of " Matthew Marshall," (who 
was chief clerk of the Bank of England 50 years ago.) 
He has three sons:' 1, Center'; 2, Erancis R. ; 3, 

Thomas, b. ; m. Aug. 27, 1891, Louise Eiistis, only 

dau. of the late George Eustis of New Orleans, and grand- 



30 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BEAKCH I. 

V daughter of the late W. W. Corcoi-anof Washington, D. 

^J^. /^^Cf'^f^/i^ £; They have one dau. Celestine', b. June 23, 1892. 

iii. Adeline Louise, b. Nov. I, 1833; m. Nestor W. Hagen; she 

d. June 2, 1874. 
Iv. Julia Ann Cooke, b. Nov. 1, 1833; d. Aug., 1845. 



Cyrus^ Hitchcock {Thomas^, John*, Joseph^, Eliahim^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Thomas aud Mary (Tinijenny) Hitchcock, vras born 
April 29, 1797 in Greenwich, Conn. He married Caroline M. Sleight 
of Sag Harbor. He died about 1850. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Julian Sleight', b. ; m. Elizabeth Howell of Sag Har- 
bor. He graduated in 1842 from Columbia College. He 
has two children. 

ii. Hannah E., b. ; m. Cornelius Walke, M. D. 

iii. Mary M., b. ; ra. Snmner R. Stone. 

iv. Sanford, b. ; d young. 

40. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock {Samuel^ , Samuel'^ , Joseph^ , JEliakim^ , Mat- 
thias^) son of Samuel and Jemima (Barlow) Hitchcock, was born 
Feb. 20, 1790 in Amenia, N. Y. He married Dec. 4, 1814, Cather- 
ine Eowe, who was born in Columbia, N. Y. Dec. 12, 1797 of German 
parentage. He died Aug. 6, 1865 in Schodack, N. Y. He was a 
farmer. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. Henry Rowb', b. Oct. 15, 1816; d. in Lenox, Oct. 7, 1838. 
ii. Thomas, b. April 3, 1821, in Schodack. He d. Nov. 30, 1840. 
iii. Samuel, b. April 18, 1823 in Schodack. He left two children: 

1, Samuel^; 2, Mary. 
iv. George, b. Oct. 2, 1825; d. in Lenox, Conn., Oct. 2, 1853. 
V. Susan, b. Aug. 9, 1829 in Lenox; m. May 4, 1849, Benjamin 

Doolittle; d. in Lenox, Feb. 8, 1852. 
vi. Cornelia, b. Aug. 11, 1832 in Lenox, 
vii. Catherine, b. Jan. 15, 1837 in Lenox. 

41. 

Elisha B'5. Hitchcock (Samuel^, Samuel*, Joseph^, Eliahim^, 
Matthias^) son of Samuel and Jemima (Barlow) Hitchcock was born, 
probably in Amenia, N. Y. Feb. 2, 1794. He married July 30, 
1816 Christine Spoor. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 31 



HIS CHILDREN WERE : 



i. Helen', b. Oct. 10, 1817; m. Dec. 10, 1837, "William J. May, a 
teacher at LambertsvlUe, Monroe Co., Mich. 

66. ii. Gilbert, b. May 13, 1819. 

iii. Eliza, b. Feb. 3, 1821 ; m. Oct. 25, 1854, Caius M. Candee, a 
teacher in Sylvanla, Lucus Co., Oliio. She has two chil- 
dren : 1, George^ Candee; 2, Mary Candee. 

Iv. Chaklotte, b. March 28, 1823; m. Dec. 28, 1847, Samuel 
Southard, a teacher in Toledo, Ohio. 

67. V. James S., b. Feb. 12, 1825. 

vi. Robert, b. March, 29, 1827; m. Emmeline B. Rawson. Has 

one daughter, Emma B'. 
vii. Edgar, b. March 14, 1829; m. Dec. 28, 1862, Harriet Smith. 

He has two daus. Letta' and Lena. 

68. viii. Elisha B., Jr., b. March 10, 1831. 

69. ix. John M., b. Sept. 2, 1833. 

X. Barlow, b. Sept. 20, 1836. Address, Lambertville, Mich, 
xi. Henry, b. Feb. 22, 1839; m. Sarah R. Bishop ; residence, 
Montrose, Lee Co., Iowa. 

70. xii. Thomas, P., b. Jan. 10, 1842. 

xiii. George S., b. Feb. 16, 1850. Address, Willett's, (?) Monroe 
Co., Mich. 

42. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock {Thomas^, Samuel'^, Joseph^, Miakim''', 
Matthias^) son of Thomas and Margaret (Livingston) Hitchcock, 
was born June 13, 1785 and died Nov. 1 J, 1848. 

his children were : 
i. Thomas'. 

ii. Caroline, b. ; m. Dr. Squiers. She had one son Boberfi 

Squiers. 
iil. Margaret, b. ; m. Henry Gage. 

43. 

Hector^ Hitchcock {Stephen^, Samuel^., Joseph^, Eliakim^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Stephen and Elizabeth (Sears) Hitchcock, was born 
in Sharon, Conn. May 1, 1796. He married Jan. 3, 1827 at Geneseo, 
N. Y., Mary Loomis, who was born in Colchester, Conn., Sept. 7, 
1799 and died in South Lavonia, Livingston Co., N. Y. April 24, 
1854. He married 2d, Mary Benton and died Aug. 30, 1865 in 
Lavonia, N. Y. 



32 DESCENDANTS OF MA.1THIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Eliza', b. Feb. 29, 1828 ; d. July 2, 1828. 

ii. Martha E., b. June 10, 1829, at Conesus ; m. June 4, 1856, T. 
Wilbur Havens, residence, Ankeny, Polli Co., Iowa. Her 
children are : 1, LiU]f Havens, b. at Geneseo, N. Y. March 
19, 1868 ; and d. Oct. 7, 1858 ; 2, Franklin H. Havens, b. 
March 15, 1860. 
iii. Charles M., b. March 17, 1832 in Conesus, N. Y. 
71. iv. Henry, b. Sept. 9, 1834 in Conesus, N. Y. 

V. Franklin B., b. May 11, 1839 in Conesus, N. Y. ; m. April, 

1864, Lillian Fuller at Jersey City. She d. May 1, 1865. 
vi. Mary L., b. March 31, 1841 at Conesus; m. Nov. 15, 1865 
Andrew Kuder, residence South Livonia, Livingston Co., 
N. Y. Her children are : 1, Halcyon^ Kuder, b. at Gen- 
eseo, N. Y. Dec. 17, 1867; 2, Dwight H. Kuder, b. Nov. 
17, 1874; 3, Katie A. Kuder, b. May 23, 1879. , 
vii. Benjamin F. ; one son Henry'. 

44. 

Philo^ Hitchcock {Stephen'^, Samuel'^, Joseph^, EUaJcim^, Mat- 
thias'-) son of Stephen and Elizabeth (Sears) Hitchcock, was born 
in Sharon, Conn., Oct. 9, 1798. He married Dee. 29, 1834 Myra 
Winchester, who was born Oct. 11, 1799 and died Feb. 9, 1872. 
He d. Oct. 26, 1872, having removed to Sharon, Mich. The dates 
of birth of his children are not definitely known, but are all between 
1835 and 1845. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Amariah', resides on his father's farm, containing 720 acres 

of line land at Grass Lake, Jackson Co., Mich, 
ii. Elizabeth. 
iii. Mary. 

45. 

Homer** Hitchcock (Stephen^, Samuel^, Joseph^, EliaMm^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Stephen and Elizabeth (Sears) Hitchcock, was born 
at Sharon, Conn., April 24, 1805. He married Dec. 18, 1839, at 
Sharon, Rebecca Lowrey, she died Nov. 6, 1842, and he died March 
7, 1875. Homer occupied the place where his father Stephen settled. 
The property is now in the possession of his daughters and the 
eldest lives there. 



FAMILY OF BLIAKIM. 33 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

i. Rebecca L.', b. March 17, 1841 in Soutli Amenia, N. Y. ; m. 
Oct. 18, 1865, Ezra R. Benton of Leedsville, Dutchess 
Co., N. Y. She has four children: 1, Lillian^ Benton; 2, 
Homer Benton ; 3, Bessie Benton ; 4, William Benton. 
ii. Sarah A., b. at Sharon, Conn., Sept. 17, 1842; m. Sept. 10, 
1877, George B. Chapman, M. J), of Amenia Union, N. 
Y. She has one dau. ; Bebecca' Chapman. 

46. 

Solomon* Hitchcock {Stephen^, Samuel''', Joseph^, Eliakim^, 
Matthias^) son of Stephen and Elizabeth (Sears) Hitchcock, was 
born at South Amenia, N. Y. Nov. 14, 1809. He married Nov. 30, 
1841 Laura Coe of Livonia, N. Y. She was born at Paris, Oneida 
Co., N. Y. April 10, 1814. He was a farmer ; in 1831 he moved to 
Conesus Center, where he d. June 20, 1886. "He had gained by 
wisely directed agricultural industry, a good estate, and also gained 
a good position in social life by his generous deeds and genial 
manners." His child was 

i. S. Edwakd', b. Dec. 2, 1858 in Conesus, N. Y. 

47. 

Amariah'^ Hitchcock {Stephen^, Samuel^, Joseph^, EliaMm^, 
Matthias^) son of Stephen and Elizabeth (Sears) Hitchcock, was 
born in South Amenia, N. Y., in 1816. He married in 1840 in 
Amenia Union, Eliza Winchester. He was a merchant at Amenia 
Union from 1840 to 1875, and Postmaster from 1840 to his death 
which occurred Oct. 22, 1886. He was probably the oldest Post- 
master in length of service in the United States. 

HIS children were : 
i. Sarah Eliza', b., 1842; d. 1874. 

ii. Homer, b. 1845. He is manager of one of the departments of 
Tobey and Booth's Pork Paclsing Establishment, Chicago, 
Ills. 
72. iii. Charles, b. 1847; m. 1874, Sarah Lloyd. 
Iv. Edward Reed, b. 1850. 
V. Abbey Thompson, b. 1852 ; d. 1875. 
vi. Mary Winchester, b. 1862; d. 1876. 



34 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 



SEVENTH GENERATION AND CHILDEEN. 

48. 

Harvey Rexfoed' Hitchcock [David^ , David^ , Thomas* , Sam- 
ueP, EUaJcim/', Matthias^) son of David and Sarah (Swan) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Great Barrington, Mass., March 13, 1800. He 
married Aug. 26, 1831, Rebecca Howard, who was born Dec. 2, 
1808 at Owasco, N. Y. He died Aug. 29, 1855 on Molokai, Sand- 
wich Islands. He was a graduate of Williams College 1828, and 
of the Theological Seminary in 1831 ; was ordained at Auburn, 
Sept. 20, 1831, and sailed from New Bedford Nov. 26, 1831, arriv- 
ing at the Islands May, 1832. He was stationed at Molokai, and 
visited the United States in 1853 — 4. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. David^ H., b. Honolulu Aug. 29, 1832; m. Jan., 1837; Is a 

lawyer practising at Hilo. 
ii. H. R., b. July 22, 1835; m. May, 1837. Principal of the first 
High School or Seminary carried on by Missionaries for 
the benefit of the natives. He had no children, 
iii. Edward G.,b. Jan., 1837; m. April, 1862. Is a Sugar-planter, 
iv. Sarah D., b. Dec. 5, 1838; d. Dec. 18, 1838. 

49. 

William P.'' Hitchcock {David^, David^, Thomas'^, Samuel?, 
Eliakim? Matthias^) son of David and Sarah (Swan) Hitchcock, was 
born in Great Barrington, Mass., Jan. 1.5, 1805. He married Sept. 
14, 1830 at Montpelier, Vt., Louisa Rich, who was b. in Vermont, 
Oct. 14, 1806, and died in Iowa May 22, 1844. He married 2d, 
May 29, 1845 Almira Otis of N. Y. He was a mechanic, emigrated 
to Ohio in 1834, to Illinois in 1837, and to Iowa in 1840 where he 
was Deacon of the Congregational Church. His wife Louisa was 
deaf and dumb. He died Nov. 1, 1850 in Le Claire, Iowa. 

his children WERE: 

i. Sarah8, b. Aug. 21, 1831, at Calais, Vt. ; m. March 11, 1851, 
at Le Claire, Iowa to Charles Cleveland of N. Y., son of 
"Wm. Waterman Cleveland who was b. in Pittstown,,N. 
Y., Nov. 4, 1824 ; living in Nevada City, Cal. Her children 
are: 1, Edwin Otis" Cleveland, b. Oct. 16, 1852; d. Jan. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 35 

31, 1854; 2, Clarence Lamson Cleveland, ^i. Feb. 21, 1854; 
d. Aug. 18, 1856; 3, Thomas Bussel Cleveland, b. Feb. 24, 
1856; d. Sept. 19, 1883; 4, Albert Daily Cleveland, b. 
March 15, 1858; d. Sept. 7, 1862; 5, Charles Fremont 
Cleveland, b. Sept. 7, 1860 in Camanche, Iowa; residence, 
Nevada City, Cal. ; 6, Harriet Elizabeth Cleveland, b. March 
20, 1864; 7, Clara Louisa Cleveland, b. March 10, 1866; 8, 
William Lincoln Cleveland, b. May 6, 1868 in Nevada City, 
Cal. 

73. ii. "William W., b. June 1, 1833, at Calais, Vt. 

iii. Margaret, b. Oct. 18, 1835, at Columbus, Ohio; m. Feb. 22, 
1855, at Camanche, Iowa to Jesse Daily of Va. 

iv. Samuel, b. Oct. 15, 1838, at "Warsaw, Ills.; m. in 1866 at Le 
Claire, Ibwa to Lizzie Eambo of that place. He is a 
Pilot on the Mississippi rivei-. No children. 

74. V. Joseph B., b. Aug. 15, 1841. 

50. 

ALLEjf B.'' Hitchcock {David^, Davicl^ , Thomas'*', Samuel^, Eli- 
akinv', Matthias'-) son of David and Sarah (Swan) Hitchcock, was 
born in Great Bavrington, Mass., March 20, 1814 ; he married July 
4, 1841 Frances Hotchkiss, dau. of Elias Hotchkiss,of New Haven, 
Conn., who was b. Nov. 22, 1816 and d. in New Orleans, Feb. 21, 
1876. He died in Moline, Ills. Dec. 15, 1873. He was a Home 
Missionary at Moline where he resided since 1844. 

HIS CHILDKBN WERE : 

i. Frances Allen^, b.May 4, 1842, in Davenport, Iowa; m. in 

1866 Robert Lackey, residence. Oak Park, Ills, 
ii. "WiLHELMiNA, b. iu Davenport, Iowa, Oct. 27, 1844; m. John 

Holt of Moline, Ills. 
iii. Elizabeth Atwood, b. in Moline, May 23, 1853 ; m. Charles 
B. Heard; residence, Cherokee Co., Iowa. 

51. 

Dakiel Harkisom'' Hitchcock {Jared^ , David^, Thomas'^, Sam- 
uel, EliaTci m^, Matthias^ ) son of Jared and Hann.'ih (Harrison) Hitch- 
cock, was born May 16, 1811. He married Sally Ann Shephard of 
Greenville, N. Y., who was born May 28, 1813, and died March 3, 
1844. Daniel died at Conesville, N. Y. May 1, 1886. 
his children were : 
i. AMABETT^ b. Nov. 27, 1832 ; d. March 25, 1857. 



36 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

ii. Hannah, b. April 7, 1836; m. Oct. 30, 1853, Ananias Smith. 
Their children were; 1, Melvin I. Smith^,.h. Jan. 3, 1856; 
m. Jan. 27, 1880 Annie Vantire; 2, David H. Smith, b. 
March 2, 1858; m. May 22, 1882, Libbie A. Kendricks; 3, 
Lydia F. Smith, b. May 19, 1861 ; m. Jan. 22, 1884, Charles 
A. Hunter. 

75. iii. David S.,b. Nov. 10, 1838. 

iv. Alonzo, b. July 8, 1811 ; d. March 6, 1852. 

52. 

Lucius'' Hitchcock {Amos^^ Jared^, Thomas^, SamueP, Elia- 
Mm', Matthias^) son of Amos and Maria (Hopkins) Hitchcock, was 
born Jan. 15, 1820, in Diuham, Green Co., N. Y. ; He married 
Marcli 9, 1845 in Westlow, Albany Co., N. Y., Susan Sweet, who 
was b. July 29, 182-2. 

HIS CHILDKEN WEBB : 

76. 1. Albkbt D^, b. Sept. 13, 1846. 

ii. Maky Adblia, b. Feb. 7, 1849; m. April 11, 1867, Alexander 

Neish. 
iii. Charles Stewakt, b. Feb. 28, 1852. 

53. 

Ja51es L.'' Hitchcock {Hiram^, Amos^, Samuel^ , SamueP, Elior 
hiw}, Matthias^) son of Hiram and Lucinda (Greenleaf ) Hitchcock 
was born June 10, 1«30, in Oriskany Falls, Oneida Co., New York. 
Hb married, Sept. 14, 1862, in P^dinburg, Portage Co., Ohio, Carrie 
M. Trumbull daughter of Robert and Margaret Trumbull. The fol- 
lowing account of James L. Hitchcock is an extract from the " Bio- 
graphical Record of Genesee, Lapeer and Tuscola Counties, Mich." 

"The business circles of Tuscola Co. acknowledge a worthy rep- 
resentative in the subject of this notice, who is a hardware merchant 
in Cass City. He came to tliis place about twenty years ago and by 
his honest dealings has gained a large trade and what is better still 
has won the esteem of all with whom he has come in contact. It is 
to such as he that the county is indebted for its present high standing 
among other counties of Michigan, for it has ever been his aim to 
promote by his influence and means all enterprises calculated to 
develop the resources of the community. 

When Mr. Hitchcock became of age he learned the tinsmith trade 
of his uncle. Sept. 10. 1858 he purchased from the government 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 37 

120 acres in Tuscola Co. ; moving on his laud lie built a log cabin 
which he covered temporarily with sheet iron (this he afterwards 
made into camp kettles and sold to the Indians.) He was the 
pioneer hardware man in Central and Northern Tuscola, his shop 
being located in a dense forest, which abounded in bears, deer, wolves 
and other wild animals. He built the first frame house in miles 
around and manufactured tinware and other goods in his line such as 
Indians and the few white settlers required. The manufacturing of 
those goods occupied his evenings and rainy days while in pleasant 
weather he was busily engaged in improving his place. After he 
was married his wife taught school two years in Tuscola Co., walk- 
ing two miles to and from school both night and morning. March, 
1864, Mr. Hitchcock moved to Wahjamega, erected a store and res- 
idence and while he worked at his trade his wife acted as clerk. 
Sept., 1872 he removed to Cass City where he has since resided. 
Since Mr. Hitchcock came to Cass City he has contributed materially 
to its welfare. In his political views Mr. Hitchcock is a staunch 
Eepublican, and has held the ofHee of Justice of the Peace, Road 
Commissioner, School Inspector of Dayton Township as well as 
Treasurer of Cass City. 

Through many of the early days of his business here he was 
obliged to haul his goods from Saginaw to this point which made his 
work heavy indeed, however he has lived to enjoy the result of the 
arduous toil of former years." 

HIS CHILDKEN ARE : 

i. Gbokgb v., b. Nov. 16, 1864, in Dayton, Mich. 

ii. Amos A., b. Oct. 31, 1867, in Wahjamega, Mich, 

iii. Caerie E., b. July 6, 1870, in Wahjamega. 

iv. Thomas, b. Sept. 15, 1873; d. in infaucy. 

V. iKis, b. Oct. 1, 1880. 

54. 

Platt' Hitchcock (Jbsep7i', Jb/m^, EliaMm*', JoJin^, Eliakim^, 
Matthias'-) sou of Joseph and Hannah (Piatt) Hitchcock, was born 
July 14, 1804, at Wilkesbarre, Pa. He married July 24, 1827 a;t 
Forty Fort, Wyoming Valley, Sarah McVicar. He died May 3, 
1878 at Lock Haven, Pa. He was in the Mercantile and Lumber 
business though a tanner by trade. He was County Treasurer of 
Luzerne and Clinton County. Politically he was, like his father, a 



38 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Jeffersonian Democrat, and in religious connection a Methodist. 
" The man cannot be found who ever breathed a suspicion or doubt 
of the integrity of Piatt Hitchcock." 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Joseph M^, b. June 11, 1828, in Wyoming Valley, Pa. ; d. 

Nov. 11, 1855. 
ii. PiiEDB J., b. April 24, 1832. . 
iii. Hannah, b. June 2, 1834; m. Deo. 26, 1855 Charles G. Stevens 

of Mass. Is living in Scranton, Pa. 
iv. Martha Ann, b. Jan. 8, 1837; cl. at Kingston, Pa., March 
27, 1848. 
V. George Peck, b. Dec. 10, 1839; cl. Aug. 7, 1840 at Kingston, 

Pa. 
vi. James McVicae, b. April 14, 1841; cl. May 14, 1848 at Lock 

Haven, Pa. 
vii. Sarah Elizabeth, b. March 6, 1843; m. 1876 Thomas More 

Renow of Clinton Co., N. Y. 
viii. Mary Amanda, b. April 3, 1845 ; d. July 8, 1864. 
ix. Frances Amelia, b. May 25, 1849 ; m. July, 1868, Frank Young 

of Bloomsbury, N. J. 
X. Laura Virginia, b. Feb. 27, 1853 ; m. Sept. 30, 1880, Robert 
Laurence of Lewiston, Pa. 



5ft.. 

Hiram'' Hitchcock {Joseph^, Jolm^ , Miakim'^, JoJin^, EliaMm', 
Matthias^) sou of Joseph and Hannah (Piatt) Hitchcock was born at 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. July4, 1808. He married April 1, 1828 Lucia Bur- 
gess at ForkstowQ, Pa. He died Feb. 13, 1885 at Forkstown. 
Hiram was an architect and builder, who during his life built a num- 
ber of bridges across the Susquehanna river and its tributaries, some 
of which are still standing. He was much esteemed by the citizens 
of Wyoming Co., where he spent the most of his years; and after 
filling various positions of trust in the tovvnship of Forkstown, he 
was honored with that of County Treasurer, which place he filled ia 
a manner acceptable to both political parties. 
his children were : 



i. 


Dennis^. 


ii. 


Chapman, 


iii. 


Thomas. 


iv. 


John. 


V. 


Julia. 


vi. 


Wesley. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 39 

56. 

Lyman'' Hitchcock {Remembrance'^, John^, Eliakim^, John', 
Eliakim? , Matthias^) son of Remembrance and Eunice (Allen) Hitch- 
cock, was born Feb. 9, 1796. He married Dec, 1817, Parthena 
Weed, daughter of Amasa Weed. She was born Oct. 16, 1791 and 
died Nov. 11, 1874. Lyman resided a few years in Rutland, but 
most of his married life in Chittenden. He died in Pittsford, Jan. 
6, 1846. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

77. i. Caklos A^, b. Nov. 2, 1820. 

ii. OSCAK F. W., b. July 19, 1824; d.'Jan. 10, 1835. 
ill. Makcds, b. June, 1831; m. Julia A. Wood, 
iv. Amasa W., b. .Tan. 19, 1826; d. Feb. 6, 1826. 

57. 

Ira'' Hitchcock {Remembrance^, Jolin^, Eliakim''', JoJin^, JElia- 
kim^, Matthias') son of Remembrance and Eunice (Allen) I-Iitchcock, 
was born June, 1801. He married 1st, 1827, Abigail daughter of 
Jacob Leonard. She died in the fall of 1844. He married 2d, 
Elizabeth Ray. He died Dec. 7, 1870. He lived in Hitchcockville 
in the limits of Pittsford, Vt. 

HIS CHLLDIIEN WERE : 

78. i. Charles A«., b. June 22, 1827. 

ii. Eliza, b. June, 1834; m. Jerry Whitney, 
ill. George, baptized Sept., 1854. 

58. 

Henry'' Hitchcock {Remembrance^, John^ , Eliakim'', John', 
Eliakim^, Matthias') son of Remembrance andEunice (Allen) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Pittsford, Vt., Aug. 22, 1805. He married June 23, 
1837 in Plampton, N. Y., Hannah Lucy Hulett. She was born in 
Hampton, N. Y. July 4, 1817; daughter of Mason and Abigail 
(Andrews) Hulett, and died Jan. 28, 1892 in Rutland, Vt. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Louisa Maria^, b. May 15, 1838 at Rutland, Vt. ; d. Jan. 19, 

1839. 
ii. Henry Remembrance, b. March 18, 1841 ; d. April 18, 1841. 
iii. Abigail Jane, b. May 3, 1843 in Clarendon Springs, Vt. ; m. 



40 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

in Clarendon, Yt., Feb. 15, 1866, Horace Hoxie Dyer, who 

was b. April 2, 1820, son of Edward and Hannah (Hoxie) 

'' Dyer. She has one son, Horace Edward?, b. April 16, 

1870; m. Dec. 6, 1893, Lillian Hasler of New York City. 

iv. Henry Remembrance, b. Sept. 16, 1847; d. Oct. 6, 1847. 

V. Louisa Amelia, b. Oct. 28, 1848. 

59. 

Thomas Allen'' Hitchcock {Remembrance'^, John^, EUakim*, 
John^, EliaMm^, Matthias^) son of Remembrance and Eunice (Allen) 
Hitchcock, was born Oct. 22, 1806 in Pittsford, Vt. He married 
Sept. 12, 1827 Azubah Kellogg of Pittsford, Vt. She was daughter 
of Amos and Lucretia (Harwood) Kellogg and was born Aug. 22, 
1805. He married 2d, Aug. 29, 1830 Almeua Pennock. He died 
in Pittsford, Vt. April 3, 1886. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Francis Allen', b. June 24, 1828 in Rutland, Vt. ; m. Feb. 10, 

1854 Harriet Fontaine of Chicago. Had no children, 
ii. Julia Annette, b. July 8, 1831 in Rutland, Vt. ; m. Dec. 28, 
1854 Calixta Commette. She has one daughter, Ella 
Azubah? Commette, b. Sept. 19, 1855. 

60. 

Joseph'' Hitchcock ( Chapman'^ , Jolm^ , EUakim^, JoJm', EliaMm', 
Matthias^) son of Chapman and Chrissey (Hill) Hitchcock, was born 
in Pittsford, Vt., March 12, 1802. He married June 2,1833 Eliza 
daughter of Aaron Wright of Hanover, N. H. " He removed soon 
after his marriage to Fredericktown, Ohio, where he was successful 
in business and a leading man in the place, president of the village 
Lyceum, one of the trustees of the town Academy, and an organ- 
izer and promoter of the 1st Congregational Church. Through 
the perusal of Mr. Finney's theological writings, he became interested 
in Oberlin College, where his two boys were eventually sent." He 
died Nov. 16, 1842 in Fredericktown, Ohio. 
his children were : 
79. i. Henry CHAPMAN^ b. July 9, 1834. 

ii. Joseph Edward, b. Dec. 20, 1838. Died young, 
lii. Charles Edson, b. Dec. 20, 1838. Died young, 
iv. Joseph Bdson, b. May 6, 1841 ; entered college at Oberlin, but 
left in his Junior year for the University of London, 



80. 


i. 


81. 


ii. 




iii. 




iv. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 41 

Eng., where he spent three years giving special attention 
to the ancient classics. He then returned to this country, 
became a journalist, and has since served on the staff 
of various daily newspapers in Cleveland, Detroit and 
New Yorli City. 

61. 

Amos'' Hitchcock {Chapman^, Joliyi^, EliaMm*, John^, Elia- 
kim^, Matthias^) son of Chapman and Chrissey (Hill) Hitchcock, 
was born in Pittsford, Vt. Oct. 27, 1803. He married Sept. 4, 1838 
Elizabeth Harwood, who was born in Hartford, Vt. Jan. 29, 1814 
and died Aug. 24, 1882. Amos died Sept. 3, 1852 in Pittsford, Vt. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

Erwine Van Nbss', b. Aug. 19, 1841; m. July, 1864. 
Elisha Pike, b. June 22, 1845. 
Geoege Hill, b. Oct. 27, 1849; d. Aug. 3, 1862. 
Mary Elizabeth, b. Nov. 24, 1852; d. July 15, 1862. 

62. 

Charles''' Hitchcock {Chapman^, John^, Eliakim^, John', Elia- 
Tcim^, Matthias^) son of Chapman and Chrissey (Hill) Hitchcock, was 
born March 24, 1822. He married Nov. 7, 1848 Sarah J. Merrill, 
daughter of Henry "W. and Abigail (Hitchcock) Merrill, who was born 
in "West Eutland, July 13, 1823, now living in Pittsford, Vt. 
his children were : 
i. Saeah^, b. July 26, 1853; d. Aug. 17, 1853. 
ii. Merrill, b. Nov. 20, 1854. Graduated at Middletown, Ct. ; m. 
Aug. 15, 1883, Clara Ida Bemis, who was b. April 10, 
1858. 
iii. Ernest, b. Dec. 1, 1866. Graduated at Middletown, Ct. Was 
m. Nov. 6, 1883 to Caroline Ann Curtis. 

63. 

Daniel Roosevelt'' Hitchcock (Daniel M.,^ Stephen^. Joseph^, 
Joseph,'^ Eliakim'^, Matthias^) son of Daniel M. and Mrs. Sarah (Van 
Roosevelt) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 15, 1811, in New York. He 
married April 22, 1833, Mary Anne Howard daughter of Maj. 
George Howard and Sarah Trumbull his wife of Windsor, Conn. ; 
she died Sept. 2, 1875 when he married 2d, Dec. 27, 1886, Julia 



42 DESCENDANTS OF ItATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Trumbull Howard, sister of his first wife and widow of Dr. James 
Harcourt, she died in 1890 and he died March 31, 1891. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. HowAKD«, b. Sept. 19, 1834; d. July 18, 1835. 

82. ii. Daniel, h. Feb. 2, 1837; m. Geoigiana Blake. 

83. iii. Gbokge Howahd, b. Dec. 24, 1838. 

84. 'it. James Eoosevelt, b. March 23, 1841. 

V. Saeah Howard, b. May 3, 1843; d. Sept. 16, 1861. 

85. vl. William, b. April 6, 1846. 

vii. .ToiiN Ernest, b. Aug. 21, 1847; d. Aug. 29, 1848. 
viii. Mary Howard, b. March 28, 1849 ; d. Aug. 4, 1878. 
ix. Annb Howard, b. July 25, 1850; d. Deo. 24, 1883. 
X. Jacob Wood, b. May 24, 1852; m. Dec. 27, 1882, Helen Ann 
Brown, they have one dau. Natalie Roosevelt', b. Nov. 
22, 1883. 
xi. Julia Adalaidb, b. Nov. 24, 1853. 

xii. Eugenia Amenda, b. Sept. 13, 1855 ; m. Nov. 6, 1878, Alfred 
D. McLure; her children are: :|., Norman BooseveW Mc 
Lure b. July 25, 1882; d. March 15, 1883; 2, WinifredPat- 
ton Mc Lure, b. Jan. 21, 1884; 3, Charles Lorenzo Mc 
Lure, b. Sept. 6, 1888. 

64. 

George Brewer' Hitchcock {John^, Thomas^, John*, Joseph', 
Eliakim^, Matthias^) son of John and Electa (Hall) Hitchcock, was 
born May 28, 1824. He married June 18, 1853 Helen Munro Hall. 
Address, 1010 Powell St., San Francisco, Cal. 
his children were : 
i. Helen Munro', b. April 14, 1854; d. April 15, 1854. 
ii. Helen Munro, b. July 3, 1865. 
iil. Grace Baldwin, b. May 13, 1860. 
iv. John Lindsly, b. March 21, 1864. 

65. 

Clinton'' Hitchcock (John'^, Thomas^, John*, Joseph', Elia- 
kim^, Matthias^) son of John and Electa (Hall) Hitchcock, was born 
in Greenwich, Conn., Jan. 1, 18iG. He married June 12, 1851, Julia 
Ann Scribuer. 

his children were : 
i. Kate Lindsly^, b. Marcli 7, 1S56. 
ii. Caroline, b. Aujr. 17, 1858. 
iii. Bessie Hawley, b. Jan. 6, 1860. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. iS- 

66. 

Gilbf.rt'' Hitchcock (EUsJia B.^, Samuel^, Samuel'^, Josepli^^ 
Eliakimr, Matthias^) son of Elisha B. and Christine (Spoor) Hitch- 
cock, was born May 13, 1819. He married Feb. 11, 1848 Jane 
Laskey. He died Oct. 30, 1862. He was a farmer living in Toledo,. 
Ohio. 

HIS CHILDKBN WERE : 





Caeoline'. 


ii. 


GOBDON. 


iii. 


Lauka. 


iv. 


Mary. 


V. 


Cora. 



67. 

James'' Hitchcock {Elisha, B.^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Joseph^, Elia- 
Mm^, Matthias^) Son of Elisha B. and Christine (Spoor) Hitchcock,, 
was born Feb. 12, 1825. He married April 11, 18.59 Learny Ann. 
Lewis. He is a teacher in Willette, Monroe Co., Mich. 

HIS OHrLDKEN WERE : 

' 1. Chester', b. Jan. 3, 1861. 
ii. Charles, b. Mai-ch 3, 1866. 

68. 

Elisha B.'' Hitchcock {Elisha B.^, Samuel^, Samuel'^, Joseph^, 
Eliakim^, Matthias^) son of Elisha B. and Christine (Spoor) Hitch- 
cock, was born March 10, 1831. He married Oct. 23, 1871 Mary J.. 
Carey. He was a farmer and soldier of West Toledo, Ohio. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Leroy C. 
ii. Earl Y. 
iii. Jessie E., 



John M.'', Hctchcock {Elisha B.^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Joseph^, 
Eliakim^, Matthias^) son of Elisha B. and Christine (Spoor) Hitch- 
cock, was born Sept. 2, 1833. He married April 11, 1871 Fanny 
Crane. Address is Chicago, Ills. 



-44 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. William'. 
ii. Fkbd. 
iii. Ethel. 

70. 

Thomas P.'', Rixchcock {Elislia B.^, Samuel^, Samuel*^, Joseph', 
.Miakini', Matthias^) soa of Elisha B. and Christine (Spoor) Hitch- 
cock, was born Jan. 10, 1842. He macried May 5, 1864 Jane Quelah. 
He is a teacher in Toledo, Ohio. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. Pearl'. 
ii. Omer. 
ill. Edith. 

71. 

Heney'' Hitchcock {Hector'^, Stephen^, Samuel^, Joseph^, Elia- 
Mm?, Matthias^) son of Hector and Mary (Loomis) Hitchcock, was 
born in Conesus, N. Y., Sept. 9, 1834. He married May 15, 1859, 
Cordelia J. Hall. He is a farmer in Lyons, Ionia Co., Mich. 
his children were ; 
i. Gbokgb Edward', b. Sept. 13, 1860 at Lyons, Mich. 
Ii. Homer, b. April 19, 1865. 
iii. Mary. 

72. 

Charles' Hitchcock {Amariah'^, Stephen^, Samuel'^, Joseph', 
EliaMm?, Matthias^) son of Amaiiah and Eliza ("Winchester) Hitch- 
-cock, was born in 1847 in Amenia Union, N. Y. He married in Pitts- 
burg, Pa., in 1874, Sarah Lloyd. He is superintendent of Hay and 
Orain P. C. Stock Yard at Pittsburg, Pa. 

his children were : 
i. Edward Lloyd', b. 1875. 
ii. Charles, jR.,b. 1877. 
iii. Mary Lloyd, b. May 21, 1884 at Pittsburg, Pa. 



FAMILY OP ELIAKIM. 45- 



EIGHTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 



73. 

William W.^ Hitchcock (William P.'', David^, David^, 
Thomas'^, Samuel^, EliaMm^, Matthias^) sou of William P. and 
Louisa (Rich) Hitchcock, was born June 1, 1833 at Calais, Vt. He- 
married May 8, 1872 Mattie Kirkham of Nevada City, Cal. He 
died Feb. 24, 1883, at Blue Tent, Cal. A blacksmith and afterwards- 
a miner, he emigrated to California in 1861. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. IDA^ b. Dec. 24, 1872. 
ii. Lena, b. April 18, 1875. 

74. 

Joseph B.^ Hitchcock { William P. "^ , David'^,David^, Thomas*,. 
Samuel^ ,Uliakim^ , Matthias^) son of William P. and Louisa (Rich) 
Hitchcock, was boru Aug. 15, 1841 in Fairfield, Iowa. He married 
at Nevada City, Cal., Aug. 11, 1870, Rebecca Sears of Fremont, 
Ohio, who was born in Fremont, April 2, 1849. He emigrated to- 
California in 1862, and is superintendent of mines. 
HIS children were : 
i. JBSSB^ b. Sept. 23, 1874, in Nevada City, Cal. 
ii. Elmer, b. July 31, 1876, in Nevada City, Cal. 
iii. LuBRA, b. Oct. 19, 1879, at Round Mountain, Cal. 
iv. William W., b. Nov. 20, 1881, at Round Mountain, Cal. 
V. Almeda E., b. June 21, 1883, in Nevada City, Cal. 

75. 

David S.^ Hitchcock (Daniel Harrison'', Jared^, David^,. 
Thomas'*, SamueP, Elidkim^, Matthias''-) son of Daniel Harrison 
and Sally Ann (Shepherd) Hitchcock, was born Nov. 10, 1838. He 
married Aug. 6, 1861 Sally I. Clark. 

HIS children WERE : 

i. Charles A.', b. July 2, 1862; m. Peb. 15, 1883, Louisa Ober- 

ine. 
ii. Ombr S., b. March 2, 1867; m. March 31, 1885, Lillie Pelham 
iii. Flotd, b. Jan. 5, 1877. 
iv. Perry, b. April 2, 1879. 



46 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 



76. 

Albert D.^ Hitchcock {Lucius'^, Amos^, Jared^, Thomas*, 
Samuel,^ EliaMm^, Matthias''-) son of Lucius and Susan (Swett) 
Hitchcock, was born Sept. 13, 1846 in Franklin, N. Y. Married 
June 17, 1869, Mary Raymond of Franklin, N. Y. She was born in 
Franklin, Sept. 1, 1846. 

THEIR CHILDREN WERE : 

i. William R.^, b. April 7, 1870. 

ii. Ellen E., b. Dec. 28, 1871. 

iii. Jessica May, b. Sept. 21, 1874. 

iv. Albert L., b. Aug. 19, 1877. 

77. 

Carlos A.^ Hitchcock {Lyman^ , Remembrance^, John^, Elia- 
Mm*, John^, Eliakim^, Matthias''-) son of Lyman and Parthena 
(Weed) Hitchcock, was born in Pittsford, Vt., Nov. 2, 1820. He 
married March 9, 1859, Mrs. Caroline Hall Tottingham, who was 
born in Chittenden, Vt., July 25, 1820 and died in Pittsford, Vt., 
June 8, 1885. Carlos was for several years constable and tax col- 
lector and member of the General Assembly of the State of Ver- 
mont. He had one son, 

1. Carlos Frederick', b. Nov. 10, 1860; d. May 15, 1876. 

78. 

Charles A.^ Hitchcock {Ira"^ , Bemembrance'^ , John^ , Eliakim* , 
John^ , Eliakim^, Matthias') son of Ira and Abigail (Leonard) 
Hitchcock, was born in Pittsford, Vt., Jane 22, 1827. He married 
Nov. 10, 1859, Laura A. Rice of Rutland, who was born Aug. 8, 
1839. 

his children were : 

i. "William G.', b. Jan. 12, 1862. 

ii. Albert M., b. Jan. 11, 1864. 

iii. Abigail M., b. Aug. 28, 1866. 

iv. Charles L., b. Jan. 2, 1870. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 47 



79. 



Henry Chapman^ Hitchcock {Joseph"^, Chapman^, John^, 
Eliakim,'^ John^, Eliakim^, Matthias''-) son of Joseph and Eliza 
(Wright) Hitchcoclc, was born July 9, 1834. He married in Fred- 
erictown, Wis., June 26, 1862, Mary Lanrette, dau. of Judge 
Josiah Harris of North Amherst, Ohio. He graduated from Oberlin 
College in 1856 ; during his college days was much of a politician 
going as delegate from the 14th Ohio district to the Philadelphia 
Convention that nominated Fremont and Dayton for President and 
Vice-President of the United States ; grad. from Oberlin Theological 
Seminary in 1859 ; spent a fourth year in the Theological School at 
Andover, Mass. He was ordained to the Ministry Dec. 12, 1860; 
was pastor for nine years in Amherst, Ohio, for ten years in Wiscon- 
sin, first in Kenosha, then at the Hanover St. church, Milwaukee. 
He was later pastor of the Day St. church at Soraerville, Mass., where 
he began his ministry in Dec, 1882. Besides his regular pastoral 
duties, he has contributed to religious and political newspapers and 
magazines, lectured on various educational and literary occasions, 
and has published a number of sermons. He died May 5, 1893 in 
Somerville, Mass. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

i. Edwin Harris', b. July 28, 1863; cl. April 1, 1870, in North 
Amherst, Ohio. 

ii. Frank Harry, b. Oct. 5, 1867, in North Amherst, Ohio, 
iii. Maey Presoott, b. July 31, 1870, in Kenosha, Wis. 
iv. Grace Anna, b. Aug. 21, 1872, in Kenoslia, Wis. 

V. Albert Harms, b. Dec. 7, 1876; cl. Feb. 1, 1877. 

80. 

Eewin Van Ness^ Hitchcock (Amos'' , Ohapvian^, John^, Elia- 
kim^, John^, EUakim^, Matthias''-) son of Amos and Elizabeth 
(Harwood) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 19, 1841. He married July, 
1864, Maria Louise Durand, who was born July, 1846. They were 
married in New Orleans, La. He left Middlebury College to enter 
the army, was first Lieut, and then Capt. of Company B., 7th Ver- 
mont Volunteers. After the war he went to Paris as correspondent 
for American journals. During the siege of Paris in 1870, his wife 
and child were in Paris while he was in Belgium. After the siege he 
sailed with his family for South America, but died at sea, and was 
buried at sea, April 19, 1874. 



48 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Mary Pauline', b. April 3, 1865, in Pittsforcl, Vt. 
ii. Beatrice, b. April 16, 1870, in Paris, France. 

81. 

Elisha Pike^ Hitchcock {Amos'^, Chapman^, John^, Eliakim*, 
John^ , Eliakim^ , Matthias^ ,) son of Amos and Elizabeth (Harwood) 
Hitchcock, was born in Pittsford, Vt., June 22, 1845. He married 
June 27, 1866, Susan Ida Porter, who was born in Middlebury, Vt., 
Jan. 1, 1848. He had a military education and was somewhat active 
in the war of the Rebellion, and had command of the Pittsford 
Home Guards. He and his wife are teachers in the Pittsford 
Academy, Pittsford, Vt. 

HIS children were : 
i. Mary ELIZABETH^ b. April 2i, 1867. 
ii. George Porter, b. May i, 1868. 
iii, ViDA Maude, b. May 1, 1869 ; d. Aug. 14, 1869. 
iv. Erwin Van Ness, b. Sept. 20, 1872. 
V. Prank Lauren, b. March 6, 1875. 

82. 

Daniel* Hitchcock (Daniel B.'^ , Daniel M.^ , Stephen^ ^ Joseph*', 
Joseph^, Eliakim^, Matthias''-) son of Daniel Roosevelt and Mary 
Ann Howard, was born Feb. 2, 1837. He married Feb. 24, 1863, 
Georgiana Blake. He died Dec. 26, 1882. He was Lieut, in the 
war of the Rebellion and with Gen. Custer in his raid round Rich- 
mond, New Orleans, etc. 

HIS children were : 
i. Charlotte Deforest', b. Dec. 19, 1863; m. Nov. 22,1887, 

Charles Francis Kelly, 
ii. Nathaniel Howard, b. Jan. 19, 1872. 

83. 

George Howard* Hitchcock {Daniel B.'^ , Daniel M.^, Stephen^, 
Joseph''', Joseph^, Eliakim^, Matthias''-) son of Daniel Rooseveltand 
Mary Anne (Howard) Hitchcock, was born Dec. 24, 1838. He 
married May 6, 1863 Mary A. Field. Was Lieut. Col. in the 146th 
Regt. N. Y. stationed at Bachelor's Creek, outpost of Newbern, N. 



FAMILY OF ELIAKIM. 49 

C. He repulsed the attack onNewbern, Feb. 1, made by Gen. Hill, 
for which he was brevetted Brig. Gen. by Congress. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE: 

i. Bertha', b. Oct. 11, 1864; m. C. Livingston Bostwick, March 
28, 1887 and lias one dan. Lina Perry Bostwick^", b. Oct. 7, 
1887. 
ii. Clara Halsey, b. May 1, 1866. 
iii. Julia Davis, b. Feb. 13, 1869. 
iv. Sarah, b. Oct. 11, 1870. 
V. George Howard, b. Sept. 19, 1873. 
vi. Mary Howard, b. Nov. 25, 1875. 
vii. Margaret, b. April 27, 1877. 
viii. Francis Folger, b. May 2, 1879. 

84. 

James Roosevelt^ Hitchcock (Daniel B."^, Daniel M. ^ , Stephen^ , 
Joseph^, Joseph^, Elidkim^, Matthias'^) son of Daniel R. and Mary 
Anne (Howard) Hitchcock, was born March 23, 1841. He married 
June 12, 1866, Mary Ella Brown. He died April 12, 1878. He 
was Col. of 9thRegt. New York State National Guards. He was in 
command in Albany and received much praise from the Governor and 
others for successfully quelling railroad riots without firing a gun. 
He died of inflammation of the brain, contracted at that time. 

his children were : 

i. Alice', b. June 22, 1867. 
ii. Wilbur Kirby, b. Dec. 31, 1871. 

85. 

William* Hitchcock {Daniel B.,'' Daniel M.^, Stephen^, Jo- 
seph*, Joseph^, EliaJcim^, Matthias^) son of Daniel Roosevelt and 
Mary Anne (Howard) Hitchcock, was born April 6, 1846. He mar- 
ried April 13, 1867, Annie P. Valentine. 

his children were : 
i. William Valentine', b. July 23, 1870. 
ii. Edward Parker, b. Aug. 28, 1872. 
iii. Harriet Louise, b. Aug. 1, 1874. 



DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK— BRANCH II. 



80. 

Nathaniel^ Hitchcock {Matthias^) son of Matthias and Eliza- 
beth Hitchcock of New Haven, Conn., was born, probably in New 
Haven. He married Jan. 18, 1670, Elizabeth Moss, daughter of 
John Moss. She was born in New Haven Oct. 3, 1652. Besides 
his homestead in New Haven town he held land at the South End and 
in Foxing, as we find record : " Nathaniel Hitchcock having been iu 
quiet possession at South End Neck ' of lands,' doth now record them 
to himself." One lot adjoined Eliakim Hitchcock's land, and we 
read, " Nathaniel Hitchcock has been in quiet possession for many 
years past, this 17th day of September, 1683." He died in East 
Haven. The inventory of his estate was taken March 22, 1699. It 
included " the homestead, land and meadow at town, valued at £200, 
the South End farme, and woodland at Foxing valued at £300." 
His widow died about 1706. Her will was dated Sept. 5, 1706, and 
admitted to Probate the first Monday in June, 1707. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Elizabeth', b. March 17, 1672 ; m. Bishop aud had son 

John''. She d. before 1731. A New Haven record shows 
deed " March 16, 1731—2, John Bishop of Guilford to Iiis 
uncle John Hitchcock of New Haven all the right to 
property of his mother Elizabeth of Guilford deceased, 
daughter of Elizabeth Hitchcock of New Haven, deceased, 
which he or other heirs of his mother might have from 
his Grandmother Elizabeth Hitchcock." 

87. ii. Nathaniel, b. July 28, 1678 ; m. Rebecca Morris. 

88. iii. Abiah, (i. e. Abigail) b. Oct. 26, 1680; m. Samuel Peck. 

89. iv. John, b. Jan. 28, 1685; m. 1st, Mary Thompson. 

90. V. Ebbnezer, b. April 9, 1689; m. Anna Perkins. 

vi. Mary, b. Jan. 20, 1692; ra. Aug. 1, 1710, Samuel Bassett son 
of Samuel and Mary. She d. before 1732 — 3, as appears 
from New Haven record: "March 5, 1732 — 3, Samuel 
Bassett of New Haven to his brother-in-law John Hitch- 
cock all right and title belonging to his first wife Mary or 
to her children in the estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Hitchcock." 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 51 



THIRD GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

87. 

Nathaniel" Hitchcock (IfathanieP, Matthias^) son of Nathaniel 
and Elizabeth (Moss) Hitchcock, was born in East Haven, Conn., 
July 28, 1678. He married Dec. 23, 1702, Rebecca Morris, daugh- 
ter of Eleazer and Anna Morris, born at East Haven, July 20, 1682. 
He settled at South End Neck, as appears in New Haven records, 
Vol. 4th : "Agreement between John Thompson, Thomas Hitch- 
cock (son of Eliakim) John Dennison, Nathaniel Hitchcock and 
Samuel Smith, proprietors of South End Neck, to lay out all said 
land in equal proportion : each one to have all he now possesses and 
improves. What any one wants, to be equal to any other in what he 
now possesses as taken up by first proprietors of said neck, shall be 
made up to him in 1st or 2d division of land." Nathaniel Hitch- 
cock died Dec. 5, 1726. His widow Rebecca was appointed guardian 
of the minor children July 2, 1729. She died in 1729. The follow- 
ing New Haven record is of interest here as grouping the children 
of this family and showing the locality of the homestead and also 
the various residences of the children at this later date. " Feb. 27, 
1747 — 8, Nathaniel Hitchcock of Farmington, Hartford Co., Ben- 
jamin Hitchcock of Woodbury, Fairfield .Co. and Daniel, Caleb, 
James, Rebecca, Jr. and Elizabeth Hitchcock of New Haven, for 
valuable consideration received by them of Stephen Hitchcock of 
New Haven, quit claim to him their right to dwelling house and land 
on which it is, which was their father Nathaniel Hitchcock's, late 
deceased, at South End Neck." The children of Nathaniel and 
Rebecca were : 

Jambs'*, b. Dec. 5, 1703 ; m. Elizabeth Ray. 

Nathaniel, b. Dec. 16, 1705 ; m, Elizabeth Mansfield. 

Daniel, b. April 17, 1708; m. Abigail Chedsey. 

Caleb, b. Sept. 2, 1712; m. Isabell Goodsell. 

Benjamin, b. Aug. 22, 1715; m. Elizabeth Averett. 

Ebbecoa, b. March 28, 1718; m. Jan. 27, 1750—1, Daniel 

Leak. 
Elizabeth, b. Aug. 10, 1721 ; m. Daniel Augur. 
Stephen, b. July 6 or 26, 1724; m. Sarah Leak. 



91. 


i. 


92. 


ii. 


93. 


iii. 


94. 


Iv. 


95. 


V. 




vi. 




vii. 


96. 


viii. 



52 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 



Abiah^ (i. e. Abigail) Hitchcock, {NathanieV Matthias^) daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Moss) Hitchcock, bom Oct. 26, 
1680; married Dec. 3, 1703, Samuel Peck son of Joseph Peck and 
Sarah -Ailing. New Haven records give this release: "Jan. 25, 
1730 — 1, Samuel Peck of New Haven and Abigail his present wife, 
who was formerly Abigail Hitchcock, to John Hitchcock their 
brother, their right to certain land laid out to Mrs. Elizabeth Hitch- 
cock." The children of Abiah (Hitchcock) Peck were : 

1. Sarali\ b. March 21, 1705. 

2. Samuel, b. Oct. 9, 1708. 

3. Timothy, b. April 6, 1711. 

4. Amos, b. Jan. 29, 1712—3. 

5. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 27, 1714. 

6. Mary, b. Feb. 2, 1715—6. 

7. Moses, h. Nov. 19, 1717. 

8. Abigail, b. Nov. 2, 1719. 

9. Roger, b. Jane 13, 1721. 

89. 

JoHN^ Hitchcock {Nathaniel^ , Matthias^) son of Nathaniel and 
Elizabeth (Moss) Hitchcock, was born in East Haven, Conn., Jan. 
28, 1685. He married 1st, Mary Thompson, daughter of Stephen, 
March 4, 1707— 8. She died Feb. 27, 1708—9. He married 2d, 
May 29, 1711, Abiah Bassett. He was a member of the Legislature 
seventeen sessions from 1739- — 1747. He wasDeaconof the Istchurch 
of New Haven from 1742 — 1753. His tomb stone is to be found in the 
Grove St. Cemetery, where it was placed when removed from the 
center church yard. A catalogue of the stones removed says: 
" Dea. John, son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Moss) Hitchcock.'' 
He died Oct. 14, 1753 in New Haven. 

The will of Abiah, widow of John, was admitted to Probate, 
June 7, 1758. New Haven records say that she died " Oct. 14, 
1760." (?) She gives to her sons John, Samuel, Amos and Joseph 
each five shillings lawful money ; the Bible to Joseph, (tradition says 
this was the old English Bible,) the rest of her property to be 
divided among her daughters. Amos was sole executor. 

THEIR CHILDREN WERE : 

97. i. J0HN^ b. Jan. 1, 1708—9; m. Esther Ford. 

98. li. Mary, b. March 6, 1712; m. James Peck. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 



53 



99. iii, SAJirKL, b. Nov. 5, 1713; m. Mary Perkins. 

iv. Abiah, b. Aug. 6, 1715 ; m. Feb. 22, 1737—8, John Ailing, Jr. 

100. V. Joseph, b. Feb. 13, 1717; m. Hannali Ball. 

vi. Thankful, b. Feb. 9, 1719; not mentioned in either her 

father's or mother's will, 
vii. Sarah. ,b. Feb. 20, 1721 ; m. April 2, 1741, Enos Thompson, 
viii. Abigail, b. Sept. 2, 1722; m. Nov. 24, 1743, Wm. Scott. 

101. ix. Amos, b. Jnne 12, 1724; m. Dorcas Foote. 

X. Comfort, mentioned in the mother's will but not in her 
father's. 

90. 

Ebenezek^ Hitchcock (NathanieP, Matthias^) son of Nathaniel 
and Elizabeth (Moss) Hitchcock, was born in East Haven, Conn., 
April 9, 1689. He married June 25, 1711, Anna Perkins. He 
owned land in Milford, Conn., but lived in Amity Parish, New 
Haven. From New Haven town records "Feb. 3, 1721," we learn 
that, " Jolm Hitchcock, farmer, and his brother Ebeuezer Hitch- 
cock, taylor, exchanged lands which had ' belonged to our Mother 
Elizabeth deceased,' Ebenezer took that which lay near the Milford 
line." His estate was appraised Feb. 16, 1726 — 7, at which time 
his children were all minors. His widow Anna died in Nov., 1757. 

his children were : 

i. TlMOTHY% b. Aug. 20, 1713; d. unm. July, 1740. April 3, 
1749 an agreement was made " as to division of land of 
Timothy Hitchcock of New Haven, deceased, being land 
set off to him in estate of his father Ebenezer." This 
land was divided between his brothers, Ebenezer, Jona- 
than and Joseph and his sister Anne, the wife of John 
Russell. 

Joseph, b. before 1717; m. Abigail Bishop. 

Ebenezer, b. , 1717; m. Rebekah Thomas. 

Jonathan, b. Jan. 12, 1724; in. Abigail Beecher. 

Anne, b. ; m. John Russell, May 13, 1736. 



102. 


ii. 


103. 


iii. 


104. 


iv. 




V. 



54 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 



FOURTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

91. 

Janes'* Hitchcock {NatlianieV, NathanieP, Matthias^) son of 
Nathaniel and Rebecca (Morris) Hitchcock, was born at " South 
End Neck," New Haven, Conn., Dec. 6, 1703. He married in 1721, 
Elizabeth Ray. He died in 1729. His widow, June 14, 1729, was 
appointed administrator on his estate, and also guardian to the 
minor child James. She afterward married Caleb Elmer of Strat- 
ford, Conn. Child : 
105. i. Jambs, b. ; m. Phebe Leak. 

92. 

Nathaniel* Hitchcock {Nathaniel^, JSFathanieP, Matthias^) son of 
Nathaniel and Rebecca (Morris) Hitchcock, was born in East 
Haven, Dec. 16, 1705. He married Feb. 14, 1728, Elizabeth Mans- 
field. He removed to Southington in 1743. He was living in Far- 
mington. Conn., Feb. 27, 1747 — 8. In Farmington are many deeds 
recorded of sales of land in Southington Parish by Nathaniel Hitch- 
cock of Farmington to his sons Nathaniel, Amos, Joel, and Zacha- 
riah, dating from 1763 — 1769. He afterwards removed to Burling- 
ton, Conn., where he died. His widow died Sept. 11, 1807, ae. 100 
years and eleven months. 

The following is an extract from the Hartford Courant of Sept. 
80, 1807 concerning Elizabeth (Mansfield) Hitchcock who lived to 
be nearly 101 years of age. 

' ' She was the widow of Mr. Nathaniel Hitchcock by whom she 
had eleven children, four sons and seven daughters. Ten of these 
survive. The eldest is 79 years old, the youngest 57. Her sixth, a 
son, died aged 62. By best accounts she had 78 grandchildren, of 
whom 60 are now living. Of the 4th and 5th generation but four 
have died. Of the whole 279 descendants only 23 have died and 256 
remain. 

At the age of 94 she rode 12 or 14 miles to visit one of her child- 
ren. She was able, until her last sickness, to walk abroad and to 
go up and down stairs without assistance. 





V. 


107. 


vi. 


108. 


vii. 


109. 


viii. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 55 

She possessed a strong mind and retained lier faculties but little 
impaired until deranged by her last sickness. She had been for 70 
years a professor of religion and was constant in retiring twice a 
day for secret devotion, and enjoyed a humble hope of eternal glory 
through the redemption of Jesus Christ our Lord. 
The sweet remembrance of the just 
Shall flourish when they sleep in dust." 
The children of Nathaniel and Elizabeth were : 
106. 1. Nathaniel*, b. Deo. 7, 1828 ; m. Rebecca Cook. 

ii. Lydia, b. Dec. 7, 1730; m. May 28, 1752, James Beckwith of 

Southington ; removed to Plymouth, but d. in Bristol, 

Conn. Farming-ton records give this name as "Eliza." 

She had two sons and six dans. 

ill. Lois, b. Aug. 28, 1732; m. April 25, 1755, Samuel Dntton, b. 

July 27, 1729; d. March 10, 1799. 
iv. Hannah, b. Dec. 6, 1733; m. David Bradley of North Haven. 
Had two sons and one dau. 

David, b. 1736. 

Amos, b. ■ 1738; m. Mrs. Azubah (Cook) Benham. 

JoBL, b. 1739; m. Lois Scott. 

Zachakiah, b. 1742; m. Mercy Byington. 

ix. Elizabeth, b. 1742; m. Amos Wright and had two daus. 

and one son. 
X. Eunice, bapt. May 20, 1744; m. Timothy Gillette of South- 
ington. 
xi. Mary, bapt. March 11, 1746; m. Jacob Carter of Southington 

and lived in "Wolcott. 
xii. Sakah, b. Sept. 4, 1749; m. Sept. 20, 1769, Beuoni Atkins of 
Southington. 

93. 

Daniel^ Hitchcock {Nathanief, Nathaniel'^, Matthias^) son of 
Nathaniel and Rebecca (Morris) Hitchcock, was born in East 
Haven, Conn., April 17, 1708. He married, March 12, 1728—9, 
Abigail Chedsey. He lived in East Haven and on New Haven 
records is called " Daniel Hitchcock, cord weaver or wainer." Deeds 
at New Haven show that his land was on " Pond Rock," so called. 
He died Jan. 1, 1761, and his wife Abigail, Jan. 23, 1761. 
HIS children were : 
i. Jemima% b. March 3, 1730; d. Sept. 16, 1743. 
ii. Abigail, b. April 25, 1734; m. Joshua Austin, son of Joshua 
and Mehitable (Hitchcock) Austin, May 6, 1756, and d. 
Aug. 29, 1764. 



56 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

iii. Levi, b. Jan., 1739; d. June 7, 1741. 

iv. Comfort, b. Aug. 9, 1742; m. Feb. 1, 1763, Josiah Bradley, b. 
Sept. 17, 1743, son of Samuel. Not named in the distri- 
bution of lier father's estate. 
V. Jemima, b. Dec. 17, 1744; m. Aug. 25, 1761, Jolm Hemming- 
way, wlio was b. Aug. 6, 1739 and d. Feb. 28, 1797. 

vi. Anna, b. Sept. 24, 1746; was m. Dec. 5, 1765, to Daniel Holt, 
by Rev. Nicholas Street in East Haven, Conn. She d. 
there March 3, 1818; and Daniel Holt d. Jan. 31, 1829. 
Her children were : 1, Daniel" Holt, b. July 5, 1767 ; 2, Sarah 
Holt, b. Nov. 25, 1768; 3, Lydia Holt, b. Aug 25, 1770; 4, 
Hemmingway Holt, b. Feb. 27, 1772; 5, Anne Holt, b. May 
18, 1773; 6, Philemon Holt, b. July 21, 1775; 7, Anne Holt, 
b. Feb. 26, 1778; 8, Lois Holt, b. Feb. 18, 1780; 9, Betsey 
Holt, b. Oct. 2, 1781 ; 10, Jared Holt, b. Feb. 3, 1783. 

94. 

Caleb^ Hitchcock {NathanieP, NathanieP, Matthias^) son of 
Nathaniel and Rebecca (Morris) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 2, 1712. 
He married 1st, Feb. 16, 1738 — 9, Isabell Goodsell, born Sept. 9, 
1717. Deeds in possession of Rev. 0. B. Hitchcock of Windham, 
N. Y. show that as early as 1735 Caleb Hitchcock bought land in 
New Haven, Conn., at what is called the "Half Mile" bounded 
easterly by the line between Branford and New Haven and that it 
remained in the possession of the family until the time of Caleb's 
death at which time he occupied half the house. A highway appears 
to have been originally laid out through his land ; but this highway 
was sold, Dec. 22, 1742, to Caleb Hitchcock and Hiram Blakeslee, 
through whose land it ran. The deed was signed by Daniel Hitch- 
cock one of the town committee appointed for the purpose. In 1743 
Caleb Hitchcock bought land in the parish of Northbury, town of 
Waterbury, Conn., but did not remove there. Also in 1743 he 
bought of Samuel Barnes of New Haven one part of a sloop called 
the " Three friends, now riding at anker in New Haven harbor, with 
all her Riging, viz., mast, boom, bolsprit," etc., etc., paying for it 
£55 old tenor. In 1757 he bought land adjoining his own, and also 
Daniel Hitchcock's land. 

He married 2d, May 26, 1757, Sarah Shepard,_ widow of Thomas 
Shepard of New Haven. She was perhaps born March 12, 1712 
and was daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Bradley) Hotchkiss. She 
married 1st, Thomas Shepard as early as 1729. He died in 1755 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 57 

when as above she married 2d, Caleb Hitchcock. She died, probably 
on Sept. 17, 1773. 

Caleb Hitchcock married 3d, as early as 1775, Lydia, who was 
born about 1722. She joined the North Haven church from the 
" White Haven church,'' at New Haven center. Caleb died March 
30, 1777. Administration on his estate was granted to Jacob and 
Samuel Hitchcock, April 7, 1777. New Haven Probate records show 
that he made a will but never signed it, "as he was waiting for his 
son Caleb who lived at a considerable distance." The children agreed 
to the provisions of this will and a division was accordingly made. 
His widow Lydia died Jan. 9, 1782, ae. 55, which would give her 
birth about 1726. 

HIS CHILDKBN WEKE : 

110. 1. Jacob, b. July i, 1739; m. Pliebe Ives. 

ii. Samuel, b. June, 1745 ; d. Aug. 17, 1745, aged 60 days. 

iii. Samuel, b. Aug. 28, 1746 in North Haven, was living on the 
homestead near the North Branford line in 1775. 

iv. Caleb, b. March 3, 1749 in North Haven, Conn. ; m. Jan. 4, 
1776, in Washington, Conn., .loanna Baker. In 1775 he 
sold land in Branford next New Haven line and also laud 
in New Haven near Branford line. In 1776, he was living 
in Kent, Litchfield Co., Conn. In 1783 he was called on 
New Haven records " Caleb Hitchcock of Washington, 
Litchfield Co., Conn." 

V. Isabel, b. May 3, 1751; m. April 23, 1777, Jonathan Heaton. 

95. 

Benjamin* Hitchcock {NathanieP, Nathaniel, Matthias^) son of 
Nathaniel and Rebecca (Morris) Hitchcock, was born in East Haven, 
Conn., Aug. 22, 1715. He married 1st, Feb. 7, 1750, in Woodbury, 
Conn., Elizabeth Averett, who died Feb. 9, 1752. He married 2d, 
Jan. 31, 1754, Abigail Olds Ward. He died Sept. 24, 1800, £e. 85, 
" disease sore legs translated to eyes and nasal glands.'' 
his children were : 
(Order of two uncertain.) 
i. Daniel", b. (?) ; d. Oct. 28, 1755. 
ii. Elizabeth, b. (?) ; d. Jan. 26, 1759. 
iii. Samuel, b. Dec. 24, 1754; d. Oct. 28, 1755. 
iv. Abigail, b. Nov. 27, 1766. 
V. Lucy, b. April 30, 1759. 
111. vi. Benjamin, b. Oct. 11, 1760; m. Mary Johnson. 



58 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

96. 

Stephen' Hitchcock {Nathaniel', NathanieP, Matthias^) son of 
Nathaniel and Rebecca (Morris) Hitchcock, was born in East Haven, 
Conn., July 6 or 26, 1724. He married 1st, Feb. 9, 1749, Sarah 
Leak. He moved from East Haven to Southington, Conn., Feb. 27, 
1747 — 8, when he paid to his brothers and sisters " valuable consid- 
eration for all their rights in his father's estate," he is called "of 
New Haven" and about 1760 is called "Stephen Hitchcock of 
Farmington, Conn." He possibly married 2d, Nov. 6, 1778, Mrs. 
Abigail Pardee. In 1785, April 27, Stephen Hitchcock of South- 
ington gives land in Southington to his son Daniel. In 1788 Stephen 
and Abigail his wife were living in Southington. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

I 

i. Rebecca*, b. Dec. 3, 1749. 

ii. Levi, b. July SO, 1751 ; cl. y. 

iii. Sarah. 

iv. Levi. 

V. Abigail. 

vi. Rhoda. 

vii. Daniel, b. (?) ; bapt. Oct. 18, 1761. (Alive 1785.) 

viii. Stephen, b. (about 1763) ; bapt. Feb., 1764; d. Dec. 24, 1780, 
ae. 17. 

ix. Deborah. 

X. Mary Ann, b. 1770; bapt. Aug. 4, 1771; m. Jan. 21, 1807, 

Barnabas Johnson. 

xi. A child bapt. Sept. 9, 1759. 

97. 

John* Hitchcock {John', Nathaniel'^, Matthias^) son of John and 
Mary (Thompson) Hitchcock, was born, probably in New Haven, 
Conn., Jan. 1, 1708—9. He married, March 1, 1732—3, Esther 
Ford, daughter of Matthew Ford. They would seem from births and 
baptisms of children to have lived at Cheshire, Conn., as well as 
New Haven and also on the church records of Cheshire appears, 
"Esther, wife of John Hitchcock, bapt. Aug. 1, 1742." She died 
in New Haven, July 11, 1749, just six days after the birth of her 
son, who was baptized afterward in Cheshire and named lehabod. 

John Hitchcock married 2d, Martha. He owned land in Mt. Car- 
mel Parish and apparently lived- there himself for we read : " March 
10, 1763, John Hitchcock of New Haven for love, etc., to his son 



112. 


i. 




ii. 




iii. 


113. 


iv. 


114. 


V. 


115. 


vi. 




Tii. 




viii. 




ix. 



FA5ULY OP NATHANIEL. 59 

Stephen gave him a tract of land in Mt. Carmel Parish, ' being West 
End from where I now live.' " Land in Mt. Carmel Parish seems 
to have come to the descendants of John and Esther from their 
mother Esther and grandfather Matthew Ford. John Hitchcock 
died in New Haven July 27, or -29, 1764, se. 57. His widow Martha 
married Dec. 7, 1766, Zinah Kimberly. The children of John 
Hitchcock were : (Order uncertain.) 

Stephen", b. (?) ; eldest son. 

Makt, b (?) ; m. Feb. 12, 1755, Nathan Ailing, Jr. 

Thaxkfui,, b. (?) ; ra. March 4, 1761, Noah Wolcut, Jr. She 
d. before 1776. 

Isaac, b. (?) ; bapt. June, 1745, In Cheshire. 

JOHX, b. June 10, 1747; m. Phebe Tyler. 

ICHABOD, b. July 5, 1749; m. Rebecca Pardee. 

Abiah, b. ; m. Hezekiah Warner. 

Mabel, b. ; m. Dec. 28, 1770, Amos Ailing. 

Ebexezer, in April Ms brother-in-law, Nathan Ailing 

was appointed his guardian, he being absent at sea. 
X. Esther, b. ; her brother Isaac, June 1, 1776, was appoint- 
ed her guardian. 

98. 

Maey* Hitchcock (JoJm^, NathanieP, Matthias^) daughter of 
John and Abiah (Bassett) Hitchcock, was born March 6, 1712. She 
married Feb. 18, 1730 — 1, James^ Peck, son of (James^, Joseph^) 
He was born Aug. 4, 1708. The children of Mary (Hitchcock) Peck 
were : 

1. Eunice', b. Feb. 14. 1731—2. 

2. Ebenezer, b. Jan. 1, 1733—4. 

3. William, b. July 12, 1736. 

4. Abiah, b. Nov. 22, 1738. 

5. Thankful, b. April 9, 1741. 

6. James, b. Jan. 14, 1742 — 3. 

7. JZanj, b. Feb. 25, 1744—5. 

8. Hannah, b. Feb. 15, 1746—7. 

9. Abigail, b, March 6, 1748—9. 
10. Ebenezer, b. Jan. 14, 1750—1. 

99. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock {John?, NathanieP, Matthias^) son of John 
and Abiah (Bassett) Hitchcock, was born in New Haven, Conn.,. 



60 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

Nov. 6, 1713. He married Nov. 25, 1740, Mary Perkins. He lived 
in Mt. Carmel Parish, the north part of Hamden, Conn., origi- 
nally a part of New Haven. That he owned land in Mt. Carmel 
Parish is shown from two deeds. " Oct. 1, 1771 : Samuel Hitch- 
cock of New Haven to his father Samuel Hitchcock of the same 
place, lot in Mt. Carmel Parish, 21 acres, at S. W. corner of lot on 
which his house stands which his father gave him." " Oct. 3, 1771, 
Samuel Hitchcock of New Haven to his son David Hitchcock for 
love, etc., piece of land in Mt. Carmel Parish, viz. 2j a. one lately 
conveyed to him by his son Samuel, Jr., part bounded by his own, 
etc." On Probate records Aug. 4, 1788, when his will was admin- 
istered on, he is called Samuel Hitchcock of Hamden. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. JabezS b. Dec. 21, 1741; probably d. Aug. 12, 1751. 

116. ii. Samuel, b. March 29, 1743; m. 

iii. Martha, b. Dec. 19, 174+ ; probably m. Sept. 9, 1766, Daniel 

Eexford, Jr. 
iv. Mary, b. Feb. 6, 1747; m. March 12, 1787, Bradley. 

117. V. David, b. Dec. 31, 1748; m. Lydia. 
vi. Mercy, b. July 12, 1750. 

vii. Jabez, b. Aug. 12, 1751; m. Experience; lived in Bethany, 
Conn. His estate was administered on July 4, 1842. Sam- 
uel and Experience his heirs at law. 
viii. ErxioE, b. Aug. 16, 1754; d. Feb. 27, 1749. 

100. 

Joseph* Hitchcock (Johiv^, NathanieP, Matthias^) son of John 
and Abiah (Bassett) Hitchcock, was born in New Haven, Feb. 13, 
1717. He married Dec. 14, 1749, Hannah Ball, daughter of John 
and Mary (Tuttle) Ball, who died in 1794. On New Haven records 
several deeds relate to Joseph Hitchcock and he is there called 
Joseph, Jr., in 1754 : and the son of Ebenezer and Anna (Perkins) 
Hitchcock is called Joseph, Sr. " April 28, 1750, Joseph Hitch- 
cock and Hannah his wife of New Haven, to John Mix some land 
part bounded by land of our honored Mother Mary Punderson." 
" May 3, 1754, Joseph Hitchcock, Sr., Amos Hitchcock and Joseph 
Hitchcock, Jr., of New Haven to Caleb Hitchcock land laid out to 
Elizabeth Hitchcock." " Oct. 4, 1754, Joseph Hitchcock and Han- 
nah his wife of New Haven, to their brother Stephen Ball of same 
■quit claim their right in house and homestead of John Ball, which 



FAMILY OP NATHANIEL. 61 

right came by Hannah." "Aug. 14, 1775, Abram Atwater and 
Mary his wife of Wallingford, Joseph Hitchcock and Hannah his^ 
•wife of New Haven to Jeremiah Atwater of New Haven, etc." 

HIS CHILDREN WERB : 

i. Mary, b. Bee. 4, 1751. 
ii. John, (possibly?) b. May 8, 1764. 

101. 

Capt. Amos* Hitchcock (John^, NathanieP, Matthias^) son of 
John and Abiah (Bassett) Hitchcock, was born in New Haven, 
Conn., June 12, 1724. He married Jan. 9, 1746; Dorcas Foote,- 
born July 4, 1727, daughter of Nathaniel Foote of Branford, Conn. 
On New Haven records he is called Capt. Amos Hitchcock. He 
died in Trowbridge, now Bethany, Conn., Nov. 20, 1791. His 
widow Dorcas died in June, 1802. 

HIS children were : 

118. i. DoRCAS", b. Nov. 10, 1746; m. Rutherford Trowbridge. 

ii. Hannah, b. Dec. 31, 1748; ra. April 22, 1766, Joseph Howell- 
iii. Ebenezer, b. March 4, 1751. 
iv. Amos, b. Jan. 9, 1753; d. Oct. 27, 1753. 
V. Sarah, b. Aug. 20, 1754. 
vi. Abigail, b. Jan. 1, 1756. 

vii. Mary, b. March 6, 1758; m. April 12, 1778, William Miles, 
son of John and Henrietta (Minor) Miles, and grandson 
of Joseph and Elizabeth (Trowbridge) Miles. 
viii. Abiah, b. Jan. 5, 1760. 

119. ix. Amos, b. , 1762. 

X. Elihu, b. about 1766 ; was a sea captain and d. in New Haven ; 

said to have had sons : 1, Levi"*, who went to N. Y. City ; 

2, Eliab, who d. unm. in Conn. An Elihu joined Center 

Church, New Haven, in 1807 and Hannah his wife in 1809. 

He d. April 15, 1847. 
xi. Phineas, b. (?) ; d. at sea. Administration on his estate 

granted May 16, 1791. " Almira Carrington wife of" 

Phineas^ and dau. Abigail' wife of Wyllis Doolittle, 

estate settled Jan. 13, 1842." 
xii. Eli, b. (?) ; m. Polly; d. in Bethany, Conn. 

(New Haven records give also Amasa, son of Amos, who d„ 

Sept. 9, 1753.) 



62 DESCENDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

102. 

Joseph* Hitchcock {Ehenezer^ , Nathaniel'^, Matthias^) son of 
Ebenezer and Anna (Perkins) Hitchcock, was born earlier than 1717, 
for he is called Joseph, Sr., on the New Haven records. Those 
records also seem to show that Joseph lived at one time in Bethany ; 
" April 24, 1771, Joseph Hitchcock of New Haven society of Beth- 
any to Ebenezer Hitchcock of New Haven society -of Mt. Carmel 
piece of land which was laid out to Ebenezer of New Haven." He 
married July 5, 1750, Abigail Bishop. He lived in New Haven and 
died July 19, 1773. His widow Abigail administered on his estate 
in Oct., 1774. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

i. Abigail', b. Nov. 24, 1752; m. prob. Eber Downs, 
ii. MiLLiCENT, b. June 6, 1768 ; m. June 3, 1793, Walker Wilmott. 

103. 

Ebenezer* Hitchcock {Eheriezer^ , NathanieP , Matthias^) son of 
Ebenezer and Anna (Perkins) Hitchcock, was born in New Haven, 
Conn., in 1717. He married, March 23, 1747 — 8, Eebekah Thomas. 
He moved from New Haven ten miles to Bethany, when the country 
was a wilderness. He was drowned in a shallow spring or well. 
His estate was administered on in Sept., 1764. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

120. i. TiMOTHT=, b. Nov. 8, 1748; m. Abigail Clark. 

121. 11. Ebenezbk, b. July 23, 1750; m. Abigail Pritchard. 

111. Jesse, b.(?) ; a tailor, moved from New Haven to Lainsborough, 
Mass., thence to Sacketts Harbor, N. Y., where he died. 

122. iv. Joseph, b. (?) ; m. 1st. a Smith. 

V. Lydia, b. (?) ; m. 1st, Taylor; 2d, Zachariah Hawkins of 

Oxford, 
vi. Rebecca, m. David Sperry and moved to Cornwall, Vt. 
vli. Elizabeth, a school teacher ; unm. 

104. 

Jonathan* Hitchcock (Ebenezer^, Nathaniel^ , Matthias^) son of 
Ebenezer and Anna (Perkins) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 12, 1724. 
He married Jan. 21, 1747, Abigail Beecher. He lived in Derby, 
Conn. He took freeman's oath Sept. 16, 1777 and was one of seven 
men appointed in Derby, " to class the people for filling up the 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 63 

State's quota in the Continental Army." His wife Abigail died 
June 2, 1802. He died Jan 11, and was buried Jan. 12, 1808, 84 
years from the day of his birth. 

HIS CHELDEEX WERE : 

123. i. David', b. Oct. 1, 1753 ; m. Anne Chatfleld. 

ii. Eunice, b. ; m. March 27, 1775, David Todd, b. Sept. 9, 

1751. They had 12 children. 

iii. Melicext, b. , 1760. 

iv. JoxATHAN, b. Jan. 4, 1761. 

V. Haxxah, b. ; m. Holbrook. 

vi. Abigail, b. ; m. Hull. 

vii. LrciXA, b. ; m. Johnson. 

viii. Phebe, b. ; m. Hotchkiss. 



FIFTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

105. 

James^ Hitchcock (Jbtmes*, Nathaniel^, NathanieP, Matthias^) 
son of James and Elizabeth (Ray) Hitchcock, was born in New 
Haven township, Conn. On New Haven Registry of Deeds, July 
26,1751, he is called "James Hitchcock formerly of New Haven, 
now of Farmington, Hartford Co." On Farmington records, Feb. 
6, 1753, he is called James Hitchcock of New Haven. New Haven 
Registry gives deed," Sept. 3, 1753, James Hitchcock of NewHaven 
to Daniel Augur of East Haven, New Haven town, all his right to 
small Sabbath Day house which formerly belonged to his grandfather 
Nathaniel Hitchcock deceased." He married Oct. 11, 1753, Phebe 
Leak, daughter of Thomas and Mary Leak. 
theie children were : 
1. Mary". 
ii. Phebe. 

iii. James, said to have " d. y." but I find oh Milford, Conn, 
records : " Oct. 8, 1800, James Hitchcock m. Sarah Hap- 
burn;" Aug. 5, 1816, James Hitchcock, and his wife 
Sally gave a deed of land. Sarah, wife of James, d. 
Oct. 16, 1827, x. 47. Feb. 6, 1828, he was appointed 



64 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BKANCH II. 

guardiaa to Ann Louisa, Mary Elizabeth and Julia Hitch- 
cock. Elizalseth, 2d wife of James, d. Peb. 10, 1843, se. 
55. She was a widow. I am not able to place this Mil- 
ford James unless oa the supposition that Jaraes^ did not 
die young, 
iv. Elizabeth. 

106. 

Nathaniel^ Hitchcock {Nathaniel'^, JSFathanieP , Nathaniel^ , Mat- 
thias^) son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Mansfield) Hitchcock, was 
born in East Haven, Conn., Dec. 7, 1728. His father removed to 
Southington, Conn, in 1743. He married Jan. 21, 1762, Eebecca 
Cook, born Sept. 10, 1737, daughter of Robert Cook of Southing- 
ton. He died, March 23, 1771, in Southington. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Clarissa Harlow^, bapt. Jan. 9, 1763; admitted to church in 
Southington, Sept., 1799; d. unm. March 6,1831. She 
became an inmate of Rev. Wm. Robinson's family where 
she remained till her death. They erected her tombstone 
and engraved on it, "Faithful and true was she in life^ 
and in death she was not forsaken." 
124. ii. Hauvey, bapt. April 9, 1769 ; living in Bristol, Conn, in 1798. 

iii. Addison, settled in Bristol, Conn., where he was living in 
1803 ; d. in N. Y. City ; no children. 

iv. Beede, m. Truman Smith of Wolcott, Conn. 

107. 

Amos^ Hitchcock (^Nathaniel*, Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Mansfield) Hitchcock, was 
born in East Haven, Conn, in 1738. His father moved to Southing- 
ton, Conn, in 1743. He married May 3, 1759, Mrs. Azubah (Cook) 
Benham, born in Southington, Jan. 23, 1733, daughter of Robert 
Cook. He enlisted in the army of the Revolution, serving in the 
regiment commanded by Col. Jedediah Huntington of Norwich, 
Conn. He was a corporal in Stanley's Co., June 24, 1776, and was 
at Stony Point. After the war, by permission of the town, he built 
a house in the twenty rod highway just north of Burying Ground 
Hill. 

The following, relating to Amos Hitchcock, is taken from the 
History of Southington : 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 65 

"Amos Hitchcock enlisted in the army in the company of Capt. 
Gad Stanley of New Britain and was connected with the regiment of 
Col. Jedadiah Huntington of Norwich. He was at the battle of 
Long Island, and together with his sons Jason and Samuel, he was 
with ' Mad Anthony ' Wayne at Stony Point when that position 
was taken July 15, 1779. In the first forlorn hope called for he was 
the second to step forth. When the company was filled it was 
ordered that if any felt unwilling to go forward they might yet 
retire. Mr. Hitchcock said that one man stepped back, and was 
met with ' such yells of contempt,' that if others desired to do so 
they were deterred from it. He said that in some way they had 
learned the enemy's countersign, and were thus enabled to execute 
successfully the venture." 

The following is a letter he wrote his wife while in the service : 

" New York, Aug. 30, 1776. 
Dear Wife : — 

I take this opportnnity to write to you to let you know that 
through the divine Goodness of God I am well as I hope these few 
lines will find you also. The news we have here is more than I am 
able to inform you in one sheet of paper, the twenty-second day of 
this month the King's troops landed down at the Narrows upon Long 
Island, and marcheH up about five miles and they are in camp, and 
a tuesday of this week they came out against us and got around us 
before we knew anything of it, their light horse came in front and 
we fit upon a retreat back to our forts which was about four miles, 
they got around us two or three times, but through the goodness of 
God Capt. Stanley's company all escaped safe, although many others 
did not, there is not but about seventy men left in Colonel Hunting's 
Regiment, six out of our place Namely — Colonel Clark, Ensign 
Gillett, Sargent Hungerford, Gad Fuller, John Button, Isaac Potter, 
killed or took a tuesday night about midnight orders came to us to 
leave Long Island and go over to York and now Long Island is in 
the hands of the Buchers and I believe New York will be soon, by 
what I can learn there is something at the bottom, but what I can- 
not tell, God only knows. 

So I subscribe myself your husband, 

Amos Hitchcock. 

P. S. Send every opportunity. I reseaved your letter and 
tobacco and was glad of them, and I was very glad to understand. 

6 



66 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BEANCH II. 

Ambrose does so well, get the beef of Mr. Button, get tallow, get 
that is good Jason is well and Harty.'' 

Amos Hitchcock died July or Feb. 17, 1801. His widow died 
April 2, 1814, se. 82. 

' HIS CHILDREN WKRB : 

126. i. Jason^, b. 1760; m. Patience liangdon. 

ii. Samuel, bapt. July 18, 1762. 

126. iii. Ambrose, bapt. Nov. 16, 1764; m. 1st, Azubah 'Wooclruff. 

iv. Reny or Irene, bapt. June 7, 1767 ; m. Daniel Judd and d. June 

17, 1790. 
V. ViOLETTA, b. Dec. 22, 1770; m. Asahel Langdon, Ms 2d wife; 
she d. Dec. 28, 1826. 

127. vi. HUNN, b. in 1772; ni. Diantlia Moss, 
vii. Asahel. 

viii. Lucy, b. ; m. Benliam. 

108. 

JoEL^ Hitchcock {Nathaniel^, NathanieP , NathanieP , Matthias^) 
son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Mansfield) Hitchcocit, was born in 
East Haven, Conn., in 1739. He lived and died in Burlington, 
Conn. He married April 14, 1757, Lois Scott, who died in 1814. 
He died about Feb., 1813. 

his children were : 

Mansfield^, b. May 1, 1758; d. July 14, 1759. 

Candace, b. April 10, 1760. 

Charlotte, b. Pob. 13, 1762; d. Sept., 1764. 

Asahel, b. July 1, 1765. 

Jemima, b. Nov. 5, 1767; m. Wells, Burlington, Conn.; 

d. Sept. 26, 1843, in Orwell, Pa. 

Bbulah, b. Feb. 19, 1770; ra. Johnson, in Burlington. 

Lois, b. Apr. 27, 1772. 

Lydia, b. April 3, 1774. 

Mary, b. Aug. 1, 1776; d. July, 1791. 

Joel, b. Nov. 19, 1778. 

Calvin, b. April 9, 1785; m. Betsey Palmiter. 

109. 

Zachaeiah^ Hitchcock {Nathaniel^ , NathanieP , NathanieP,Mat- 
thias^) son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Mansfield) Hitchcock, was 
born in 1742 probably in East Haven, Conn, from which place his 





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FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 67 

parents removed to Southington in 1743. He married 1st, in Dec, 
1768, Mercy Byington. He lived at one time at Plymouth, Conn, 
and removed from there to Burlington, Conn., which was a part of 
Bristol until it was incorporated in 1806. He was living in Bristol 
in 1798, when he gave a deed of land there and also in 1809. His 
wife Mercy died at the age of 63, at Orwell, Vt., (perhaps at the 
home of her daughter Julia?) He died Dec. 20, 1819, and was 
buried at Wolcott, Conn. These Conn, towns touch each other. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Bktsey*, in. 1st, Zachariah Rogers, and 2d, D. P. Munger. 
Children: 1, Zachariah' , d. unm.; 2, Gyrus; 3, OrviUa, d. 
y. ; 4, Betsey. 
ii. PoLLv, m. 1st, Leyton Covil; 2d, Louis Barnes. She d. at 
Forrestport, N. Y., leaving 1, Laura'. 
130. iii. Oliver, b. March 12, 1776; m. 1st, Annah Carrington. 

iv. HuLDAH, in. Benson Smith and had two pair of twins: 1, 

Zachariah'' and 2, Mercy; 3, Fayette and 4, Jeanette. 
V. Isaac, m. 1st, Fanny Knowlton, and 2d, Eliza Mullet of Wind- 
sor, Nova Scotia. He was a merchant and d. in Montreal, 
Canada in 1841, leaving no children, 
vi. Julia, m. May 16, 1805, John Smith of Orwell, Vt. (Her 
mother d. there.) She had 1, Isaac'' ; 2, John B. ; 8, Eme- 
line; 4, Mary; 5, William; 6, Annah E.; 7 , Charles H, ; 
8, Julia; 9, Sufits. 
Seth J., b. April 15, 1785; m. Hepsey Blinn. 
J MoSES, b. May 11, 1786; m. Harriet Parsons, 
t Aaron, b. May 11, 1786; m. Milette Mann. 
George, m. LaviniaFeun of Bristol, Conn.; went South and 
d. there, leaving one dau., Eliza Ann', who m. Simeon 
E. Smith of Fair Haven, Vt. and lived and d. in West 
Haven, Vt. 

110. 

Jacob^ Hitchcock {Caleb*', Nathaniel^, NathanieP, Matthias^) soq 
of Caleb and Isabel (Goodsell) Hitchcock, was born in North 
Haven near Branford line, July 4, 1739. He married Oct. 9, 
1760, Phebe Ives, daughter of Enoch and grand-daughter to Capt. 
Joseph Ives of New Haven. He settled iu Branford, Conn., in 
1775 or earlier. He served in the Revolution as sergeant in Col. 
William Douglas' regiment of Conn. Levies. He moved to West 
Springfield, Mass., where be bought land of Jonathan Ely in 1787. 
In 1792 he moved to Windham, N. Y., where he died in 1810. His 



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68 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

widow died in Windham in 1827 — 8. The following are copies of 
papers in possession of Rev. Osoar B. Hitchcock of Windham, N. Y. 
' ' State of Connecticut to Jacob Hitchcock a Sargt. In Capt. Jacob 
Bracketts Comp. Col. \Vm. Douglases Regiment of Levys. 

In the year 1776 — Dr. 

For Clothing lost In the Retreat from Long 
Island about the 28th of August, 1776, 

To 1 Great Coat new, £3. 0. 

To 1 pair Yarn Stockings new 9. 



£3. 9. 
Jacob Hitchcock. 
New Haven, Feb. 10th Day. 

State op Connecticut, Beakford, Fee. 9th, 1779. 
Then Personally appeared Jacob Hitchcock and gave Solomn oath 
to the truth and Justice of the above and that it is rightly charged and 
Justly due Josiah Rogers Justis Peace 

New Haven, Feb. 9th day these may certify that the within named 
Jacob Hitchcock was Sergt. in my company in the year 1776 and 
was with the company on the Island and in the Retreat from there 
and I have no reason to doubt the Truth and Justice of the act 

(signed) Jacob Beackett Capt" 

" This Indenture made this Twenty ninth Day Of July A. D. 177S. 
Between Jared Hill and Jacob Hitchcock both of New Haven in the 
County of New Haven of the one part and Benjamin Maltbie and 
Zachariah Maltbie both of the town of Branford in the county afore- 
said of the other part witnesseth That the said Jared Hill and Jacob 
Hitchcock on their part have erected a salt works at said Branford 
at a Place called Stony Creek containing five Pot Ash Kittles and 
are now in good ordur for manufacturing salt out of salt water — aod 
the said Hill and Hitchcock engage and promise to deliver at the end 
of every seven days one half of the salt that shall be made at said 
works to said Benjamin and Zachariah and continue to do so until 
the first day of December next. And the Said Benjamin Maltbie 
and Zachariah iSIaltbie on their Part covenant and agree with said 
Hill and Hitchcock that they will furnish a sufficient quantity of wood 
to keep said works constantly employed in Manufacturing Salt until 
the said first day of December next, and that one Quarter of said 
wood the said Benjamin and Zachariah premisses to deliver at said 



FAMILY OF XATHANIEL. 69 

works and the other three quarters at Landing at the Plead of the 
Creek and further more the said Benjamin and Zachariah agrees to 
furnish said Hill and Hitchcock with a Good and Sufficient Scow to 
Scow the above said wood from the said Landing to said Salt Works 
likewise a good Pump for the purpose of filling said Kittles with sea 
water and also a part of a house for said Hill and Hitchcock to cook 
their victuals and sleep in ' 

(Signed) Jily 29, 1778." 
The children of Jacob and Phebe (Ives) Hitchcock were : 

i. Abigail.^, b. Nov. 8, 1761; A. March 5, 1769. 

ii. Enoch, b. ; d. July 26, 1765. 

iii. Jacob, bapt. June 16, 1765; d. y. 

iv. Phebe, bapt. Nov. 16, 1766; m. Dec. 6, 1784, David Deane of 
WashingtOQ, Conn. Left three sons and one daii. 

V. Beda, b. 1767; m. Jan. 16, 1794, Edmund Day, son of 

Timothy Day of West Springfield, Mass. She had 12 
children . 

vi. Abigail, b. 1769 ; m. John Woodbury of Albany, N. Y., con- 
tractor and builder of doclss at Albany. She d. in 1830. 
Children: 1, Lydia' ; 2, Zeruiah, b. 1798; d. 1827; 3, 
George. 

134. vii. Jacob, b. Dec. 24, 1776 (?) (bapt. March 19, 1775?) ; m. Anna 

Ludington. 

135. viii. Caleb, b. abt. 1780; m. 1st, Huldah Wheeler. 

136. ix. John, bapt. Mar. 18, 1781 ; m. Phebe Deane. 

111. 

Benjamin^ Hitchcock (Benjamin''', Nathaniel^, yatlianieP, Mat- 
thias^) son of Benjamin and Abigail (Olds Ward) Hitchcock, was 
born Oct. 11, 1760, in Woodbury, Conn. He married April 6, 1785, 
Mary Johnson. He died Nov. 19, 1816. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

137. i. Samuel Johnson", b. Feb. 4, 1786; m. Laura Coan. 
li. Lowly, b. Aug. 6, 1787 ; d. May 18, 1792. 

iii. Lucy, b. April 23, 1790; ra. Jan. 3, 1814, Justus Truman Cal- 
houn, who d. Oct. 5, 1848. She d. Dec. 31, 1867. 

iv. Delia, b. March 9, 1792; m. Nov., 1814, Daniel Bennett. They 
lived in Cornwall, Conn. 
V. Polly, b. Dec. 19, 1793; m. 1st, April, 1814, Wheeler Newton; 
m. 2d, Barnes. 

vi. Patty, b. Dec. 3, 1795; m. 1st, Clark; m. 2d, Gerry 

Harrison, son of Gerry Elbridge, who changed his name 
to Harrison. She d. Nov. 3, 1880. 



70 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BEANCH 11. 

vii. Almira, b. Dec. 2, 1797 ; m. in Washington, Conn., Jan. 31, 
1819, Daniel G. Piatt. Her .son OrvilW was U. S. senator 
from Conn, in 1884. 
vlii. Nabby, b. Oct. 15, 1799; m. 1st, April, 1820, Marshall Bennett. 
She d. in 1872. 
Ix. Sally, b. Feb. 23, 1802 ; d. May 30, 1807. 
X. Betsey, b. Aug. 10, 1804; m. April 7, 1830, Silas E. Seelye; 
d. in 1872. 

138. xi. Benjamin Eoyce, b. Aug. 15, 1806 ; m. Rachel Ann Pinter, 
xii. SoPHRONiA, b. Oct. 4, 1808; m. 1st, Jan. 1, 1827, Wm. Greg- 
ory, and 2d, Daniel Vandermurli of Galena, Ohio; d. July 
10, 1892. 

112. 

Stephen^ Hitchcock (Jb/in*, John^, Nathaniel^, Matthias^) 
eldest son of John and Esther (Ford) Hitchcock. He probably 
married Sept. 16, 1771, Sarah Brockett of Mt. Carmel. He owned 
land in Mt. Carmel Parish in 1769 which he bought of his sister 
Mabel. His estate was administered on Oct. 17, 1791. He left a 
widow Sarah and children : 

i. Stephen^. 

ii. John. 

iii. Eunice. 

iv. Sakah. 

113. 

IsAAC^ Hitchcock {Joliw^, John^, NathanieP, Matthias''-) son of 
John and Esther (Ford) Hitchcock, was baptized in June, 1745, in 
Cheshire, Conn., and married Hannah Stiles. He was a minor at his 
father's death in 1764. 

HIS children were : 

I. Lydia^, b. Aug. 21, 1776. (New Haven Records.) 

139. ii. Peter. 
iii. Isaac. 

iv. ICHABOD. 

114. 

JohnS Hitchcock {John''', Jolm^, Nathaniel^, Matthias^) son of 
John and Esther (Ford) Hitchcock, was born in New Haven, Conn., 
June 10, 1747. He married May 2, 1774, Phebe Tyler, born July 





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FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 71 

21, 1756 in Wallingford, Coan., daughter of Col. Ben Tyler of Wal- 
lingford. He moved to Claremont, N. H., and was one of its origi- 
nal settlers, May 16, 1768. His wife died Jan. 30, 1821 and he died 
July 19, 1835. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Elisha«, b. Jan. 1, 1775; d. July 9, 1776. 

Lemuel, b. May 19, 1776; d. Aug. 5, 1777. 

Elisha, b. Jan. 21, 1778 ; m. Ruth Slocum. 

Lemuel, b. Nov. 14, 1779; m. Wid. Matilda Sumner. 

John, b. April 30, 1781 ; m. Sarah Webster. 

Phebe, b. Feb. 5, 1783; d. unm. Sept. 10, 18.59. 

Salmoi*, b. Dec. 26, 1784; d. Sept. 27, 1785. 

Zenas, b. May 11, 1786; d. Sept. 15, 1787. 

David, b. May 13, 1788 ; m. Abigail Elizabeth Smith. 

Rizpah, b. April 7, 1790; m. Charles Higbee, wlio d. Feb. 7, 
1864. She had: 1, John Hitchcock'', wbo m. Adeline 
Emmons and d. April 25, 1857, ae. 42; 2, Esther Matilda, 
wlio d. Dec. 18, 1839, aj. 23; 3, Charles Aylette, d. May 
19, 1844, 86. 25. 
xi. Zenas, b. Nov. 27, 1791 ; d. Feb. 12, 1822. 

144. xii. Jesse, b. Jan. 7, 1794; m. Chloe Grandy. 

xiii. SALMOJf, b. June 25, 1796. He was engaged to marry a young 
lady of Claremont, N. H. She died and he became insane. 
He was sent to his brother David at Granville, N. Y. He 
escaped from his friends and was found dead upon the 
young lady's grave, and was buried in Trinity church- 
yard, Granville. 

xiv. Esther, b. July 26, 1798; d. Dec. 21, 1806. 

145. XV. Benjamin, b. June 19, 1801; m. Pamelia A. Geer. 

115. 

ICHABOD^ Hitchcock (John*, John^, XathanteP, Matthias^) son 
of John and Esther (Ford) Hitchcock, was born in Hamden, Conn., 
July 5, 1749. He married April 25, 1773, Rebecca Pardee, born 
March 2, 1754, at Hamden, Conn. He removed to Claremont, N. 
H. in 1775. Vermont History says : " Ichabod Hitchcock and one 
other man, with their families, came from Connecticut about 110 
years ago. They were fourteen days in coming from New Haven to 
Claremont. They came by marked trees. The men walked and 
drove a yoke of oxen, with cart containing the goods and provisions 
for both families. The women rode on horseback and carried a baby 
He was a master carpenter, and for many years the only man in 



72 DESCENDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

town who could put up a framed house. He was also a farmer and 
his farm remained in the family over one hundred years. His wife 
was of French descent, her ancestors coming from Paris." He died 
in Claremont, Nov. 24, 1838. His wife died April 6, 1839. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Samuel'^, b. Sept. 30, 1774, in Hamden, Conn. ; d. July 26, 

1777. 
ii. Hannah, b. April 5, 1776, in Claremont, N. H. ; d. Aug. 3, 

1777. 
iii. Hannah, b. June 10 (or 18), 1778, in Claremont; m. Jan. 1, 
1803, in Lemington, Vt., Hon. Mills DeForrest. She d. 
in Lemington; left two daus. ; (me m. Gen. Young of 
Lancaster, Pa. and had dau. Mary^. 

146. iv. Samuel, b. June 2, 1780; m. Sally Bond. 

V. Lyman, b. Feb. 1, 1782; d. Feb. 17, 1787. 
vi. Kansom Abiram, b. May 15, 1784; d. Aug. 19, 1795. 

147. vii. Amos, b. Nov. 2, 1786; m. Philena Felt. 

viii. Rebecca or Eeubah, b. Nov. 2, (or 29,) 1788 ; d. July 5, (or 6,) 
1795. 
ix. Esther, b. Oct. 11, 1791; d. Sept. 22, 1795. 
X. Rebecca Pardee, b. May 2, 1795 ; d. Sept. 26, 1796. 
xi. Esther, b. June 23, 1798; d. .July 18, 1798. 

116. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock {Samuel*, John^, Nathaniel^ , Matthias^) son 
of Samuel and Mary (Perkins) Hitchcock, was born March 29, 1743, 
probably at Hamden, Conn., where he was living at the time of his 
father's death, whose will was administered Aug. 4, 1788. His own 
estate was divided Jan. fi, 1817. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Samuel^. 

ii. Amasa, who left all his property to Phebe Leak, May 15, 1833. 

iii. Sarah. 

iv. Mary, b. ; d. before her father. 

117. 

DavidS Hitchcock (Samuel*, John^, Nathaniel^, Matthias^) son 
of Samuel and Mary (Perkins) Hitchcock, was born Dec. 31, 1748. 
He married Lydia. He died 1777. 

his children were : 
i. EH0DA^ b. Sept. 12, 1772. 
ii. David, b. Nov. 17, 1773. 
iii. Lydia. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 73 

118. 

Dorcas^ Hitchcock (Amos''' John^ NathanieP Matildas''-) daugh- 
ter of Capt. Amos and Dorcas (Foote) Hitchcock, was born Nov. 10, 
1746-. She married July 4, 1767, Rutherford Trowbridge, son of 
Daniel and Mehitable (Brown) Trowbridge who was born Feb. 3, 
1744. Mr. Trowbridge had the first bounty for making saltpetre in 
the Revolutionary war. Two of their children died of small pox in 
January, 1788 and with the same disease the mother died Feb. 12, 
1788. He died April 6, 182.5. The children of Dorcas (Hitchcock) 
Trowbridge were : 

1. ButherforcP, b. Feb. i, 1768; d. Sept. 7, 1769. 

2. Joseph, b. April 23, 1769; m. Sept. 25, 1796, Lois Mix, dau. 

of Nathaniel. 

3. Welthia, b. Nov. 21, 1770; m. 1st, July 7, 1791, Samuel Barnes 

and 2d, June 22, 1800, Ezeliiel Hayes. 
i. Butherford, b. April 25. 1772; d. Jan. 4, 1788, of small pox. 

5. Melissa, b. Jan. 17, 1774; m. Jan. 17, 1797, Joseph Dalley of 

Jamaica. 

6. Lucretia, b. July 25, 1775 ; m. May 16, 1804, Asahel Stillman. 

7. Grace, b. Nov. 30, 1776; m. Nov. 3, 1798, Jabez Dwight. 

8. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 25, 1778; m. Dec. 11, 1805, Capt. Levi 

Hoadley. 

9. Henry, h. July 30, 1781; m. Jan. 1, 1806, Harriet Hayes, dau. 

of Ezekiel. He was the founder of the Arm of Trow- 
bridge cSb Sons, well known West Indian merchants. 

10. Amos, b. Nov. 25, 1783 ; m. Feb. 1, 1808, Catherine Atwater, 

dau. Isaac. 

11. Dorcas, b. Jan. 14, 1786; m. Oct. 31, 1804, Zebnl Bradley. 

12. Hannah, b. Oct. 11, 1787; d. Jan. 24, 1788, of small pox. 

119. 

Amos^ Hitchcock (Amos*, Jolin^, XatlianieP, Matthias^) sou of 
Capt. Amos and Dorcas (P'oote) Hitchcock, was born in 1762. He 
married Sarah. His will was signed June 15, 1835. He was living 
la Woodbridge in 1791 and in Bethany, Conn., in 1848. His son 
Amos was executor of his estate Aug. ]H, 1849. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

1. AM0S^ b. ; m. Aug. 30, 1830, Louisa N. Judsou. 

ii. Ransom, b. ; m. Oct. 30, 1828, Nancy Perry. Children: 

1, Mary Alice'; 2, Carrie Louise; 3, Anxie Stella. 

iii. Hannah. 

iv. Sarah Minerva, b. ; d. Oct., 1883. 

V. Lucien. 

vi. Lewis. 



74 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

120. 

Timothy" Hitchcock (Ebenezer^, Ehenezer^, Nathaniel'^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Ebenezer and Rebekah (Thomas) Hitchcock, was born 
in Bethany, Conn., Nov. 8, 1748. He married Feb. 4, 1773, Abi- 
gail Clark, who was born Jan. 2, 1755. He was a farmer and taught 
school in the winter. He died Aug. 6, 1820. Abigail, his widow 
died Sept. 9, 1854, se. 99 years and 7 months. 

his CHILDBEN were : 

i. Abigail*, b. Nov. 15, 1773; unm. ; lived to be 95. 

11. Anna, b. Oct. 7, 1775; m. John Dilivan Wooster of Oxford, 

iii. Lydia, b. July 1, 1779; m. Samuel Driver of Bethany. 

148. iv. Timothy, b. Aug. 5, 1781; m. Rayner (or Urania) Twitchell 

of Oxford, 
v. Bethiah, b. June 19, 1784; m. Aaron King of Milford, Conn., 
who settled In Talmage, Portage Co., Ohio. She d. in 
Ohio, June 21, 1841. 

149. vi. Denzbl, b. Dec. 7, 1786; m. Betsey Carrington of New Mil- 

ford. 

150. vii. Clakk, b. March 8, 1789; m. Abigail Perkins. 

viii. Elizabeth, b. July 3, 1794; m. Darius Driver of Bethany, 
Conn, and d. there about 1868. 

121. 

Ebenezeb^ Hitchcock {Ehenezer^, Ebenezer^, NathanieP, Mat- 
thias^) son of Ebenezer and Rebekah (Thomas) Hitchcock, was born 
July 23, 1760. He married 1st, March 17, 1772, Abigail Pritchard 
of Derby, Conn., and is also said to have married (?) 2d, Sarah 
Morris. He was a farmer and lived in Bethanj', Conn. 
HIS childbbn were : 

i. Ebenezer, b. ; d. unm. Buried in Bethany. 

ii. Jesse, b. ; d. unm. Buried in Bethany. These two 

lived to be very old, were living in 1843 and the town 
assisted in their support, 
iii. Mabel. 
iv. Polly. 
V. Sarah. 

122. 

Joseph 5 Hitchcock {Ebenezer*, Ebenezer^, NathanieP , Matthias^) 
son of Ebenezer and Rebekah (Thomas) Hitchcock, was born (?) 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 75 

and m. 1st, Smith, and •2d, Mabel Hotchkiss. He left Wood- 
bridge, Conn., in 1817, and in 1818 moved to Pike, Bradford Co., 
Pa. They both died in Pike, Joseph about 1828, and Mabel in 1833, 
and were buried in Steubenville, or possibly La Raysville, Bradford 
Co., where their son Joseph settled. 

HIS CHILDREN WBRB : 

i. Eunice^, b. 1772; m. Eri Ten-ill, lived in Betbany, Conn. 

ii. Letty, b. ; m. David Rockwell. 

iii. Catherine, b. ; m. Benjamin Coats. 

Iv. Ursula, b. ; in. Jesse Gregory. 

V. Mabel, b. ; m. Edmund Hagen. 

151. vi. Merritt, b. Sept. 26, 1793; m. 1st, Polly Taylor. 

vli. Mart, b. 1801 ; m. Nathaniel Piatt; d. Oct. 6, 1854, se. 53. 

152. viii. Marshall, b. March 29, 1804; m. Julia Taylor. 

ix. Jonathan, b. ; m.; left no children. 

X. Betsey, b. abt. 1812; ra. Lynder Fletcher; d. May 1, 1879, 
ae. 66. 

153. xl. Joseph, b. Feb. 26, 1814; m. Alvira Lines. 

123. 

David^ Hitchcock {Jonathan'^ , Ehenezer^ , Nathaniel^, Matthias^) 
son of Jonathan and Abigail (Beecher) Hitchcock, was born Oct. 1, 
1753. He married May 4, 1774, Anne Chatfield. He lived at Derby, 
Conn., and took freeman's oath April 13, 1778 and was voted col- 
lector Dec. 25, 1780, "to collect taxes and assessments and raise 
recruits for the army." He died Sept. 15, 1829. His wiU. was 
admitted to Probate Oct. 6, 1829. In it he mentions child Betsey 
but does not mention Esther. His widow Anne died Sept. 11, 1853, 
se. 101. There are no living descendants of David and Anne 
(Chatfield) Hitchcock, who bear the Hitchcock name. 
his children were : 
i. AxNE«, b. abt. 1779; d. Oct., 1833, te. 54. 
11. David, b. abt. 1784 ; d. 1802, on Island of St. Thomas, 
iii. Russell, b. abt. 1785 ; d. March 10, 1850, at Derby, Conn. By 
will signed March, 1850, he left all his property to Wil- 
liam Hull. 
Iv. Esther, b. abt. 1790; d. Jan. 14, 1854. 
V. Charity, b. abt. 1796 ; d. Feb. 10, 1873. 
vi. JosiAH, b. (?) 
vii. Betsey, b. (?) ; mentioned in father's will. 



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SIXTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

124. 

Hakvey^ Hitchcock (Nathaniel^ , Nathaniel'^ , Nathaniel^ , Natlian- 
4eP, MattJiias^) son of Nathaniel and Rebecca (Cook) Hitchcock, was 
born in Plymouth, Conn., and baptized April 9, 1769. He was 
living in Bristol, Conn., in 1798 and Aug. 19, 1798, all his children 
were baptized in the Episcopal church of East Plymouth, Conn., an 

adjoining town. His widow married 2d, Pardee in Harwinton, 

-Conn. 

his childken wekb : 

154. i. LOBENZO', b. Dec. 11, 1790; ra. Julia C. Tuell. 
ii. Ieknbus. 

iii. JUMDS, b. ; d. in South Norwalk, Conn. ; no children. 

155. iv. James Haevey, b. (?) ; m. LorindaFoot. 

Possibly also v. Augustus Cook. 

125. 

Jason^ Hitchcock {Amos^, Nailianiel''' , NatlianieP, NathanieP, 
Matthias'^) son of Amos and Azubah (Cook) [Benham] Hitchcock, 
was born in Southington, Conn., in 1760. He was in the Revolu- 
tionary war while yet a boy. The History of Southington, Conn., 
gives him this record : ' ' Jason was with his father at Stony Point. 
A large reward was offered to the man who should take the flag of 
the enemy in that assault. He was the first at the staff, but, having 
lost his knife the cord was cut by another and the reward divided 
•between them." He married April 18, 1781, Patience Langdon, who 
-was born Oct. 2, 1756, and died Dec. 27, 1791. He died March 30, 
1804. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Diademia', b. Dec. 20, 1781 ; m. 1st, Nov. 22, 1804, Robert Foote 
of Southington, had two daus. and then was divorced, 
and afterwards m. 2d, Ebenezer Woodruff, and 3d, Harvey 
Smith. 

156. 11. Alfeed, b. Sept. 20, 1784 ; m. Rachel Grannis. 

iii. Lucy, b. May 19, 1787 ; m. May 13, 1810, Rice Morse, 2d, Perry 
Langdon, June 18, 1851 ; Lucy d. April 15, 

157. iv. Jason, b. March 8, 1790; m. Olive Hart. 



FAJHLT OF NATHANIEL. IT 

126. 

Ambrose* Hitchcock {Arnos^ , Nathaniel'^, WathanieP, Nathan- 
iel, Matthias^) son of Amos and Aziibah (Cook) [Benhain] Hitch- 
cock, was born probably in Souttiington, Conn., Nov. 16, 1764. 
He married 1st, Azubah Woodruff, who died Oct. 16, 1791. He 
married 2d, May 20, 1792, Polly Hayfords. He was a Revolutionaiy 
pensioner. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. An Isfaxt, b. ; d. Feb. 17, 1788. 

ii. Charles, b. , 1803; d. Jan. 5, 1805. 

127. 

HuNN* Hitchcock (Anios^, N'athaniel*, Nanthaniel^ , NathanieP,. 
Matthias^) son of Amos and Azubah (Cook) [Benham] Hitchcock, 
was born, prob. in Southington, Conn, in 1772. He married Nov. 
3, 1795, Diantha Moss, who was born in Southingtou, April 15, 
1771, daughter of Elihii and Esther Moss, and a descendant of John 
Moss, the settler in New Haven, Conn. They were living in South- 
ington in 1799. He died Oct. 3, 1821, at Pompey, Onondaga Co., 
N. Y. His widow Diantha died at Theresa, Jefferson Co., N. Y., 
Jan. 23, 1853. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Belinda', b. .Tune 7, 1799, in Southington, Conn. ; m. June 26, 
1822, in Pompey, N. Y., Isaac Tliompson and d. atTlieresa,. 
Jefl'erson Co., N. Y., May 25, 1882. Belinda is not given, 
in family records. 

158. ii. Leonard, b. June 7, 1799 ; m. Elizabeth Bailey Clark. 

159. lii. Amos, b. July 24, 1801 ; m. Julia A. Reed, 
iv. Martha, b. Oct. 29, 1803. 

v. Alonzo, b. Feb. 4, 1806. 

160. vi. Manly, b. April 26, 1811 ; m. Elizabeth . 

128. 

Joel* Hitchcock {Joel^, Nathaniel*', Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^ , Mat- 
thias'^) son of Joel and Lois (Scott) Hitchcock, was born Nov. 19, 
1778, probably in East Haven or Burlington, Conn. He lived in 
New Hartford, Conn. He probably married a Lois. From Probate 
records of Farmington, Conn., the following children are given to- 
Joel and Lois Hitchcock : 



78 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 



i. 


David'. 


ii. 


Phbbe Rugg. 


iii. 


Hannah Button. 


iv. 


Maky Fkost. 


V. 


Lucy Lewis. 


VI. 


Lydia Holt. 


vii. 


Maetha TJpson. 


viii. 


Abigail Peatt. 


ix. 


Lois Peisbie. 



129. 

Cai.vin'^ Hitchcock {Joel^, Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^, Nathaniel, 
Matthias') son of Joel and Lois (Scott) Hitcheofk, was born April 
6 (or 9), 1785, probably in Burlington, Coan. He married about 
1808 in Burlington, Conn., Betsey Palmiter, who was born May 13, 
1790, in Stonington, Conn. He was a farmer. He died May 15, 
1845. His widow Betsey died Dec. 4, 1850, in Burlington. 
his children WEEE : 

i. Avery', b. Jan. 25, 1810, in Burlington, Conn.; m. in New 
Yorli in 1840, Sarali Place. In 1846 he was a member 
from Burlington of tbe General Assembly of Connecticut. 
He cl. Nov. 6, 1888, in Forrestville, Conn. 

Silas P., b. Oct. 1, 1812; m. Louisa Parker. 

Paul, b. March 31, 1814; m. Emily Adams. 

Lois A., b. April 9, 1816; m. John Aldrich of Burlington and 
has son Jolm^ of CoUinsville, Conn. 

Mary M., b. Aprils, 1819; m. Wm. Alfred; d. £e. 63. 

John Claeke, b. Oct. 11, 1821 ; m. Dorcas Frinlt. 

Susan Pueliette, b. Peb. 16, 1827; m. Jan. 18, 1860, in New 
Haven, Conn., Daniel R. WoodruiF, who d. July 2, 1877. 
Mrs. "Woodruff's address, CoUinsville, Conn. Child: 1, 
Carrie A?., b. Dec. 31, 1863, in Avon, Conn. 

130. 

Oliver" Hitchcock {Zacliariah^ , Nathaniel^ , Nathaniel^, Nathan- 
ieP, Matthias^) son of Zachariah and Mercy (Byington) Hitchcock, 
was born March 12, 1776. He married 1st, in Bristol, Conn., in 
1705, Annah Carrington. He married 2d, in West Haven, Vt., 
about 1820, VVidow Polly Church. He was a substantial farmer, and 
made his property on the sale of stock and rise of land. He died 
Jan. 31, 1839. 



161. 


ii. 


162. 


iii. 




iv. 




V. 


163. 


vi. 




vii. 



164. 


1. 




il. 


165. 


iii. 


166. 


iv. 


167. 


Y. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. '» 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Willard', b. July 22, 1796: m. Adeline Welton. 

MiRRiAM, b. May 8, 1799, in Bristol, Conn. ; cl. June 27, 1825, 

in West Haven, Vt. 
Oliver Franklin, b. Jan. 24, 1802; m. Polly Saunders. 
Almon, b. July 10, '1804 ; m. Ruth Emily Barber. 
EOLLIN C, b. Sept. 24, 1822 ; m. 1st, PoUy Ann Atwood. 

131. 

Seth J^. Hitchcock (Zachariah^ , Nathaniel*, Nathaniel, Xathan- 
ieP, Matthias^) soa of Zachariali and Mercy (Byington) Hitchcock, 
was born in Farmington, Conn., April 15, 1785. He married May 
6, 1804, Hepsey Blinn of Great Barrington, Mass. He was a music 
teacher. He resided first at West Haven, Vt., and from there went 
to Fair Haven, Vt., April 1, 1841. He died Feb. 27, 1852. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

168. i. William Aaron', b. Jan. 13, 1805 ; m. 1st, Emily McFarland. 

li. Jane Jeanettb. 

132. 

MosES^ Hitchcock {ZacJiariah^ , Nathaniel* , Nathaniel^ , Xcilhun- 
ieP , Matthias'-) son of Zachariah and Mercy (Byington) Hitchcock, 
was born May 11, 1786. He married Harriet Parsons of Hatfield, 
Mass. They had one child : 

i. Jane', b. ; m. Baldwin at Claremont, N. H. Went 

to Southport (now Kenosha,) Wis., in 1837 — 8. 

133. 

Dr. Aaron 8 Hitchcock (Zachariah^, Nathaniel'^, NathanieP, 
Nathaniel^, Matthias') son of Zachariah and ^lercy (Byington) 
Hitchcock, was born, twin of Moses, in Plymouth, Conn., May 11, 
1786. He married July 6, 1808, Milette (Mann) White, widow of 
Moses White, born- in Burlington, Conn., Aug. 23, 1787, daughter 
of Perez and Milette (Porter) Mann. He was a Doctor, settled at 
Burlington, Conn. He died there Aug. 28, 1838. His widow died 
there July 2, 1860. 

his children were : 
i. Jeanette J'., b. March 7, 1809; m. Dec. 29, 1829, Isaac Ben- 



80 DESCENDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BEANCH II. 

ham; cl, at Burlington, Conn., Oct., 1854. She had child- 
ren : 1, Julius E^. Benham; 2, Boland B. Benham; 3, 
Samuel Benham, who is now living at Burlington. 

169. ii. Lawrence Perez, b. April 8, 1811; m. 1st, Elizabeth Johnson. 

170. iii. Omvbr F., b. March 25, 1816; m. 1st, Betsey Clark. 

iv. KOLAND, b. Oct. 9, 1817; m. 1st, Lucretia Smith; 2d, Marga- 
ret Ferris; 3cl, Mary Graves. Judge in Winsted, Conn. 
No children. 
V. B. Darwin, b. Dec. 10, 1819; a doctor; d. Dec. ,26, 1849 
unm., near Sacramento, Cal. 

vi. Zaohakiah, b. ; d. y. 

vii. MiLETTE, b. April 10, 1822; unm. living at 64 Jennings Ave., 

Cleveland, Ohio, 
viii. Helen, b. Sept. 30, 1824 ; m. April 14, 1847, Phillip Gaylord 
of 64 .Tennings Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

134. 

Capt. Jacob^ Hitchcock (Jacob^, OaleM, NathanieP, NathanieP, 
Matthias^) son of Jacob and Phebe (Ives) Hitchcock, was bora in 
Branford, Conn., Dec. 24, 1776. He married in Albany, N. Y., 
Dec. 24, 1799, Anna Ludington of Fair Haven, Conn., born April 
19, 1777. He died Sept. 20, 1851, and his widow Phebe, July 21, 
1858. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

171. i. Julia', b. June 22, 1801 ; m. Jesse Addis. 

172. ii. Silvester, 1). Aug. 7, 1803; m. Lorinda Blakeslee. 

173. iii. Bbde, b. April 4, 1806 ; m. Albert Steele. 

174. iv. Sally A., b. May 13, 1808 ; m. Michael Miller. 

V. Mary, b. June 19, 1817; m. Oct., 1839, John Lewis; d. Jan. 
7, 1841. 

135. 

Calkb^ Hitchcock (Jacob^, Caleb^, Nathaniel^ , NatJianieP , Mat- 
thias^) son of Jacob and Phebe (Ives) Hitchcock, was born about 
1780, probably in Branford, Conn. He married 1st, about 1801, 
Huldah Wheeler. He married 2d, Harriet Brewster. He was a 
merchant and manufacturer of potash salts. He died in 1844. 
his children were : 
i. Fanny', b. abt. 1806; m. Orrin Robinson, brother of Gov. 
Lucius Robinson. She d. at Elmira, N. T., May 29, 1870, 
se. 64. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 81 

li. Embline, b. ; m. Dr. Gilbert of Gilbertville, N. Y. ; no 

children. 

lii. HuLDAH, b. ; m. Cyrus W. Smalling of Ashland, Greene 

Co., N. Y.; children: 1, Emelin^ Smalling, m. and lives 
in Ashland ; 2, Lucius Smalling, m. and lives in Troy, N. 
Y. ; 3, Fidelia Smalling, m. Daniel S. Lewis, of Ashland, 
and lives in Ashland, N. Y. 

iv. Caleb, b. ; d. se. 12. 

V. Elvira, b. ; ra. Dr. Bogue of Rutland, Vt. 

175. vi. Harmon, b. 1818; m. Ashley. 

136. 

JoHN^ Hitchcock {Jacoh^, Caleb''', Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Jacob andPhebe (Ives) Hitchcock, was baptized March 
18, 1781. He married Phebe Deane, his niece. 

THEIK CHILDREN WERE: 
i. Lora', b. abt. 1819; d. 1830. 
11. Aueelia, b. abt. 1821; m. Allen Smith; d. abt. 1864. One 

dau. 
ill. Perez, b. abt. 1822; m. Thirza Chichester; d. abt. 1864; no 

children, 
iv. George Julius, b. abt. 1825 ; now living in West Springfield, 
Mass. ; no children. 

137. 

Judge Samuel Johnson^ Hitchcock {Benjamin^, Benjamin*, Wa- 
thaniel^ , NatJianieP , Matthias^) son of Benjamin and Mary (Johnson) 
Hitchcock, was born in Woodbury, Conn., P^eb. 4, 1786. He grad- 
uated at Yale in 1809. He married 1st, in May, 1818, Laura Coan, 
who died Oct. 3, 1832 in New Haven, se. 35. He married 2d, 
Widow Narcissa Perry, born July 10, 1796, in Southport, Conn. He 
was at one time Mayor of the city of New Haven, and Judge of the 
county court. With Seth Staples, Esq., he founded the Law School 
of Yale College of which he also became President. He died in 
New Haven, Conn., Aug. 31, 1845. His widow Narcissa died while 
temporarily at Southport, Conn., Nov. 3, 1854. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Gboegb', b. June 1, 1819, in New Haven ; d. July 30, 1850, in 

New York, 
ii. Laura, b. June 2, 1821, in New Haven; d. March 81, 1851, ini 
Mobile. 

7 



82 DESCENDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BKANCH II. 

176. iii. Chakles, b. 1823; m. Olivia G. Cowell. 

iv. Susan, b. in 1826, in New Haven; d. there Nov. 16, 1826. 
V. Maby, b. in 1828; m. In 1849 in Neve York City, Thomas D. 

Sherwood, and d. there Oct. U, 1852. He d. in 1878. 
vi. Samuel Whittemoke, m. 1st, Minna; m.2d, in France; d. in 
Nice, France, March 15, 1891, in the 54th year of his age. 
vii. 'Narcissa. 
viii. Emilie. 
ix. Julia. 

138. 

Benjamin Royce^ Hitchcock {Benjamin^ , Benjamin*, Ifathan- 
iel^ , NathanieV 1 Matthias'^) son of Benjamin and Mary (Johnson) 
Hitchcock, was born Aug. 15, 1806. He married 1st, May 20, 1828, 
Rachel Ann Pinter, daughter of Solomon Pinter, a well known ship- 
ping merchant of New Haven. She died Oct. 18, 1844. He married 
2d, Jane Fowler, daughter of Timothy. She died Aug. 24, 1862. 
He m. 3d, Mrs. Mary R. Disbrow. He married 4th, in March, 1880, 
Mrs. Julia A. Minor of Darien. He was at one time collector of 
the Port of New Haven. When in April, 1884, he was obliged to 
give up his employment because of increasing bodily infirmities he 
was said to be, with perhaps a single exception, the oldest man in the 
United States setting type. He died in New Haven, Conn., Jan. 31, 
1886. 

his childeen were : 

i. Augusta J'., b. ; unm., living with her brother-in-law, 

H. N. Snow. 173 Putnam Ave., Brooldyn. 

ii. Cakolise a., b. ; m. Henry N. Snow. 

iii. Frances K., b. ; m. Eobei't A. Bradley of New York. 

iv. Martha L., b. ; m. Eugene Hawley. 

139. 

PeterS Hitchcock (Isaac^ , John* , John^, JSfathanieP, Matthias^) 
son of Isaac and Hannah (Stiles) Hitchcock was born in 1773. He 
married 1st, Polly Ives and 2d, Eunice (Baldwin) Hitchcock, who 
was born in 1767 and died April 7, 1837. Peter died in Cheshire, 
Conn., Nov. 21, 1835. On Wallingford, Conn, church records we 
have among deaths, " March 2, 1805, wife of Peter Hitchcock, «• 
31 ; " also "Feb., 1805, Infant of Peter Hitchcock." Other chil- 
dren were : 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 



83 



177. 1. Daniel', b. April 3, 1800 in Cheshire, Conn. 

178. ii. Gaius, b. Sept. 19, 1811. 

iii. Polly, b. Dec. 20, 1814; m. Titus Rice of Wallingford, Conn. 
Poll}', d. XoT. 22, 1892; no children. 

140. 

Elisha^ Hitchcock (Jolin^, John'^, John^, NathanieV, Matthias^) 
son of John and Phebe (Tyler) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 21, 1778, 
in Claremont, N. H. He married July 24, 1811 , at Wilkesbarre, Pa., 
Ruth Slocum, born there Sept. 13, 1791. The History of Lacka- 
wanna County states that : Elisha Hitchcock was by trade a wheel- 
wright. He moved to Scranton, Pa., then called Slocum's Hollow, in 
1809, where he married the oldest daughter of the owner of what is 
now Scranton, Pa. Between the years 1811 and 1812 he returned 
with his wife to Claremont ; and between 1822 and 27 he again jour- 
neyed with his wife and five children to the scene of his early labors. 
He became identified with the town, and died there much esteemed 
by all who knew him. His death occurred at Scranton, Pa., Oct. 16, 
1858. His widow Ruth died there May 23, 1882. 
his chlldken were : 

179. i. Elisha', b. June 29, 1813; m. Caroline Larabee. 

180. ii. Ebenezer, b. April 27, 1815; m. Marion Budd. 

iii. Sarah, b. Oct. 14, 1817, at Claremont, X. H. ; m. Feb. 11, 
1845, Abel Gardner of Abington, Pa.; res. Dalton, Pa., 
has: 1, .1/ff)-!/' Gardner, of Dalton; 2, Mrs. H. D. Gardner 
of Scranton. 

iv. Kuthan, b. Claremont, Jan. 29, 1820; m. Oct. 9, 1849, David 
Clemens of Scranton, She died Oct. 23, 1864. Children: 
1, Franli? Clemens, firm of Cousen, Clemens & Co.; 2, 
Eva Clemens ; both of Scranton. 
V. Zenas, b. Claremont, March 25, 1822; m. in Scranton, Sept., 
1856, Ruth Bloom; d. at Scranton, Pa., June3, 1880. Chil- 
dren now in California: 1, ■ ; 2, Fannie'; 3, 

George B. 

vi. Mary, b. at Slocum's Hollow, May 11, 1827; m. at Maysville, 
Ind., Dr. Wm. H. Heath, res. in Scranton. 

vii. Eliza, b. at Slocum's Hollow, July 13, 1831; d. Aug. 26, 1843, 
at Scranton, Pa. 

141. 

Lemuel^ Hitchcock {John^ , JoJin'^ , John?, NatlianieP, Matthias^) 
son of John and Phebe (Tyler) Hitchcock, was born in Claremont, 



84 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

N. H., Nov. 14, 1779. He married 1st, Widow Matilda Sumner, 
who was born in September, 1783, and died Nov. 27, 1814. He 
married 2d, Sally White, July 17, 1817, daughter of Moses and Susan 
(Davis) White, born at Watertown, Mass., May 29, 1793, who at 
the time of her marriage resided with her father's family at Windsor, 
Vt. Lemuel Hitchcock resided at Weathersfield, Vt., where his seven 
older children were born, q^nd afterwards at Woodstock, Vt., where 
the three younger were born. His second wife died at Woodstock, 
Vt., Nov. 9, 1835. He died at Newton, Mass., Nov. 7, 1866. 

HIS CHILDHBN WERE : 

i. Esther', b. April 6, 1810; m. Jairus Joslyn. 

181. ii. LoEENZO, b. Sept. 2, 1811; m. Sarah A. Tyler. 

ill. Sakah Ann, b. July 23, 1818; cl. unm. April28, 1840. in Wood- 
stock, Vt. 

182. iv. John, b. Feb. 11, 1821 ; m. Sarah Prances Crosby. 

V. Susan White, b. May 11, 1823; d. unm. in Plymouth, Vt., 

March 23, 1843. 
vi. Zenas, b. Aug. 12, 1825 ; d. March 8, 1832 at Woodstock, Vt. 
vii. Lemuel, b. July 27, 1827; m. Mary L. Parwell of Claremont, 
N. H., daughter of William H. Parwell. Lemuel Hitch- 
cock was a resident of Boston, Mass., a member of the 
firm of Henry Calender & Co., wholesale grocers. He d. 
Aug. 15, 1862, at Claremont, N. H. His only son d. earlier 
and his wife four years later, 
viii. Emily, b. April 1, 1829 ; d. unm. May 8, 1852, at Plainfleld.N. H. 

183. ix. David White, b. June 19, 1831; m. Anna Maria Conant. 

X. Zbn'as, b. April 21, 1834 ; was in the wholesale boot and shoe 
business of the firm of Potter Hitchcock & Co., at the 
time of his death and was on business in Wisconsin when 
taken sick and d. unm. Oct. 24, 1864. 

142. 

John" Hitchcock {JoJin^, John*, Johv?, NatlianieP, Matthias^) son 
of John and Phebe (Tyler) Hitchcock, was born April 30, 1781, in 
Claremont, N. H. He married there in September, 1817, Sarah 
Webster. He was a millwright. He died at Hanover, N. H., Jan. 
29, 1858. His children were all born at Claremont, N. H. 
his children were : 

184. i. Eliza', b. Aug. 5, 1819; m. 1st, Benjamin D. Howe. 

ii. John Raymond, b. Nov. 16, 1821; m. Jan. 11, 1875, in Gor- 
ham, N. H., Dawn Lary; lived in Claremont until 



FAMILY OF SATnANIEL. 85 

1846; in 1875 was at Gorham, N. H., proprietor of tlie 
Glen House and also of the Tip Top House. He d. at 
Gorham, Sept. 30, 1879 ; no children, 
iii. Thomas Webster, b. Sept. 23, 1828; d. at Tipton, Mo., in 
Sept., 1861. 

143. 

Capt. David^ Hitchcock (John^, John*, Jolvn?, NathanieP, Mat- 
thias^) son of John and Phebe (Tyler) Hitchcock, was born at 
Claremont, N. H., May 13, 1788. He married at Pawlet, Vt., Jan. 
1, 1817, Abigail Elizabeth Smith, born there March 5, 1798. He 
lived for many years at Granville, N. Y., and died there Oct. 6, 1862. 
His widow died at Fond du Lac, Wis., June 1, 1881. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

185. i. Charles^, b. Oct. 5, 1818; m. Caroline A. Storer. 

ii. Zenas, b. May 28, 1822, at Granville, N. Y. ; d. Nov. 20, 1823. 
iii. Jake Aks, b. Nov. 17, 1824, at Granville, N. Y. ; m.thereOct. 

13, 1852, Geo. P. Lee ; children : 1, Alice'' Hitclicock Lee, 

b. May 16, 1853; d. Oct. 11, 1864; 2, Jennie Lee, b. 

June 12, 1859; d. April 27, 1883. 
iv. John, b. Sept. 10, 1827, at Granville, N. Y. ; d. at "Woodville, 

Miss., May 27, 1846. 
V. Henry Smith, b. March 25, 1830, at Granville, N. Y. ; m. at 

Denver, Col., in 1863, Mattie Scott; d. in Aurora, 111., 

Sept. 1, 1870. 
vi. Elizabeth Abigail, b. Oct. 10, 1833, in Granville, N. Y.; d. 

Feb. 21, 1834. 
vii. David, b. Sept. 1, 1835; m. in Chicago, 111., Dec. 15, 1870, 

Adelaide S. Benjamin, 
viil. George Tyler, b. Sept. 9, 1838, in Granville; d. Dec. 1, 1840. 
ix. Eliza Matilda, b. in Granville, N. Y.. July 5, 1841. 

144. 

Jesse^ Hitchcock (John^, John*, John^, NathanieP, Matthias^) son 
of John and Phebe (Tyler) Hitchcock, was born in Claremont, N. 
H., Jan. 7, 1794. He married, in Claremont, July 9, 1817, Chloe 
Grandy, born Sept. 7, 1796, daughter of Col. Benjamin Grandy. He 
was a millwright, and moved in 1842 from Claremont to Drewsville 
in the town of Walpole, N. H. His wife died April 6, 1860. He 
died March 26, 1865. His children were all born at Claremont. 
They were : 



186. 


1. 
ii. 




lii. 


187. 


iv. 


188. 


V. 


1884. 


vi. 



86 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BBANCH II. 

Jesse', b. Feb. 13, 1818; m. Susan K. Foster. 

Fanny, b. in 1819; m. April 11, 1849, at Drewsville, N'. H., 

Augustus F. Maynard, b. March 5, 1819, atHolclen,Miiss., 

and d. Jan. 2, 1882, at Drewsville. 
Chlok, b. Nov. 1, 1821 ; d. Jan. 8, 1882, at Drewsville. 
Benjamin, b. Aug. 21, 1826; m. Eleanor Mclntyre. 
George, b. Aug. 29, 1828; m. 1st, Emily E. Hubbard. 
Hiram, b. Aug. 27, 1832, in Claremont, N. H. 

145. 

Benjamin^ Hitchcock {John^, John'^, JoJin^, Nathaniel Matthias^) 
son of John and Phebe (Tyler) Hitchcock, was born in Claremont, 
N. H., June 19, 1801. He married, in 1832, in Montrose, Pa., 
Pamelia Augusta Gear, who was born Oct. 18, 1800, in Kent, Conn. 
He died in New York City Oct. 22, 1856, and his widow died there 
Aug. 30, 1880. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

189. i. William', b. March 7, 1833; m. Cassie Dunn. 

ii. Weloomb Geer, b. Oct. 28, 1834, in Montrose, Pa. ; a bachelor 
living in New York City. 

146. 

Samuel 8 Hitchcock {Ichabod^, John^, JoJin^, Nathanief, Mat- 
thias^) son of lehabod and Rebecca (Pardee) Hitchcock, was born 
June 2, 1780, in Claremont, N. H. He married, Dec. 20, 1815, at 
Charleston, N. H., Sally Bond. He died Nov. 4, 1857. 
his children were : 
i. Mary Jones', b. Sept. 20, 1816, at Claremont; m. Jan. 14, 
1842, Ezra B. Allen, of Claremont. She d. there Nov. 11, 
1869. 
ii. Harriet Deforest, b. Aug. 9, 1818; m. Oct. 4, 1842, Jonathan 
Tidd of Woburn, Mass. She d. at Woburn, Jan. 10, 
1870. 
iii. ICHABOD, b. March 19, 1820; m. at Springfield, Vt., Sept. 16, 
1854, Harriet N. Noyes, b. at Croyden, N. H., Jan. 7, 
1819. He d. at Claremont, N. H., Jan. 20, 1877. His 
widow d. there May 14, 1884. No children, 
iv. Sarah Bond, b. July 13, 1822; m. June 16, 1846, at North 

Woburn, Mass., Marshall Tidd. 
V. William Bond, b. March 9, 1825 ; m. Rebecca Blanchard Tup- 
per of Claremont. Now occupies the farm upon which 
his grandfather Ichabod Hitchcock first settled, 
vi. Luthbra Tidd, b. Sept. 26, 1829; m. Jonathan A. Farwell of 
Claremont, N. H. She d. Nov. 5, 1867. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 87 

147. 

Amos^ Hitchcock (Ichabod^, John*, John^, Nathaniel^, Matthias^) 
son of lehabod and Rebecca (Pardee) Hitchcock, was born in Clare- 
mont, N. H., Nov. 2, 1786. He married, Jan. 10, 1813 or 14, in 
Rockingham, Vt., Philena Felt, born there May 3, 1790. He was a 
merchant, hotel-keeper, and farmer. He lived in Rockingham, Vt., 
nineteen years, and the rest of his life in Claremont, N. H. He was 
a Free Mason sixty-three years of Hiram Lodge and Webb Chapter. 
His wife Philena died in Claremont, Dec. 20, 1872, and he died there 
Aug. 9, 1873. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

190. i. Henrt Amos', b. Sept. 11, 1815; m. Jane Weymouth. 

ii. Helex p., b. Jan. 16, 1817, in Kockingham, Vt. ; m. in Clare- 
mont, June 13, 1838, George Wallingford; cliildren : 
1, George IP. Wallinc/ford, b. April 13, 1839 ; 2, Stella J. 
Wallingford, b. Sept. 22, 1843 ; res. at Claremont, N. H. 
iii. Mortimer, b. in Rockingford, Vt.; d. a?. 5. 

191. iv. Alexander Vibtts, b. Not. 4, 1821; m. Adaline M. Nasou. 

V. LONA Rebecca, d. in Rockingham, se. one year. 



148. 

Timothy'' Hitchcock {Timothy^, Ebenezer*, Ebenezer^, Nathaniel^, 
Matthias^) son of Timothy and Abigail (Clark) Hitchcock, was born 
in Bethany, Conn., Aug. 5, 1781. He married, 1st, in Derby, Conn., 
Jan. 6. 1803, Rayner or Urania Twitchell of Oxford, Conn., born 
there in 1779. She died at Seymour, Conn., Jan. 4, 1843. He mar- 
ried, 2d, Aug. 2, 1843, Mrs. Miranda Bassett, who died Jan. 21, 
1867. He learned coopering and basket-making. He died Dec. 6, 
1878. (If so over 97.) 

his children were : 

192. i. Shkldon', b. May 12, 1804; m. Caroline Augur. 

ii. Lucinda, b. abont 1807; m. in 1826, Joel R. Chatfleld in Sey- 
mour and d. there in 1836.' Children: 1, Clari? Chatfleld; 
2, Lucinda Chatfleld. 

193. iii. BuiiKiTT, b. March 25, 1809; ni. 1st, Mary Lounsbury. 

iv. Sarah, b. Feb. 29, 1811; m. in Seymour in 1833, Clark Web- 
ster of Oxford, Conn. No children. 



88 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

149. 

Denzel'^ Hitchcock (Timothy^ ^ Ebenezer*, Ebenezer^, JSFathanieP, 
Matthias'-) son of Timothy and Abigail (Clark) Hitchcock, was born 
Dec. 7, 1786. He married Betsey Carrington of NewMilford, Conn. 
He settled in Seymour, Conn., and died Jan. 24, 1850. His will was 
not admitted to Probate because he was of unsound mind. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Martha C.\ b. abt. 1836 ; d. Doc. 6, 1865, se. 27. 

ii. Henry Nelson, b. abt. 1822; d. March 5, 1825, be. 2i. 
ill. Henrietta. 

iv. Sarah C, m. 1st, Oct. 24, 1847, Bernard Humphreys who d. 
Jan. 9, 1852; m. 2d, Dec. 4, 1854, George B. Robinson. 

150. 

Clark^ Hitchcock {Timothy^, ^Seneae?-*, Ebenezer^, NathanieP, 
Matthias'^) son of Timothy and Abigail (Clark) Hitchcock, was born 
in Bethany, Conn., March 8, 1789. He married, 1st, Abigail Per- 
kins, daughter of Peter Perkins of Bethany. He was a shoemaker 
by trade, and moved to Norfolk, Va., in 1810. He married a second 
time. 

his children were : 

194. i. Edmund B'., b. in 1813; m. Angeline Terrill. 

ii. Mary, b. ; m. Frost of Huntington, a teacher. 

151. 

Mekritt^ Hitchcock {Joseph^, Ebenezer^, Ebenezer^, Nathaniel, 
Matthias^) son of Joseph and Mabel (Hotehkiss) Hitchcock, was born 
probably in Woodbridge, Conn., Sept. 26, 1793. He married, 1st, 
Polly Taylor of New Haven, Conn., born July 1, 1794. She died 
May 11, 1818. He married, 2d, Mahala Sessions of "Wolcott, Conn., 
born Feb. 20, 1797. He died Sept. 26, 1842. His widow, Mahala, 
married, 2d, March 27, 1853, Stephen Merriman, and died June 26, 
1869. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

195. i. William H'., b. Nov. 12, 1815; m. Jane Gregory, 
ii. Eliad, b. Jan. 4, 1817; d. March 18, 1817. 

iii. Mary Ann T., b. Feb. 24, 1820; m. 1st, Hiram Cady, b. Feb. 
22, 1800, wlio d. July 9, 1836. She m.2d, Henry Simpson, 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 89 

b. April, 1797 and d. Nov. 29, 1859. Henry Simpson and 

wife adopted Oct. 19, 1847, Martha Smart Simpson, who 

i!. Feb. 7, 1852. 
iv. Amelia, b, Nov. 11, 1822; m. March 11, 1840, Henry Shelby. 
V. Maktiia Mama, b. Oct. 29, 1824; m. June 18, 1843, Joseph E. 

Baldwin and had seven children, 
vi. JaneM., b. Feb. 17, 1827; m. Nov. 1, 1848, Ell Scofleld. 

Lives in New Haven, Conn. ; has two sons and one dan. 
vii. Mbrhitt Eossell, b. Aug. 8, 1829; m. 1st, Nov. 30, 1848, 

Eliza Brigden. He m. 2d, Oct. 17, 1850, Caroline E. 

Cole. He d. in New Haven, Conn., Feb. 11, 1853. Son, 

1, Geoege Oelaxdo', b. July, 1851, lives in Pa. 
viii. Grace Elizabeth, b. April 28, 1832; m. June 29, 1849, Wm. 

L. Bull; Res. New Haven; three sons. 
ix. Sarah E.mmeline, b. July 9, 1835 ; m. 1st, in New Haven, 

Conn., Clarli Woodruff; and 2d, John Parks of Buffalo, 

N. Y. She d. Oct. 4, 1884. 
X. George Henry, b. Feb. 21, 1838; d. Feb. 24, 1838. 
xi. George Henry, b. June 8, 1842; d. Sept. 22, 1842. 

152. 

Maeshall^ Hitchcock {Joseph^, Ebeneeer*, Ebenetier^, Nathaniel/', 
Matthias^) son of Joseph and Mabel (Hotehkiss) Hitchcock, was 
born in Woodbridge, Conn., March 29, 1804. He married, Dec. 10, 
1825, Julia Ann Taylor, in Pike, Bradford County, Pa., to which 
place he had removed with his father in 1817. He died in Herrick, 
Bradford Co., Pa., April 7, 1854. His widow Julia married, Dec. 
16, 1859, Daniel Hollis, and moved to Northfield, Rice Co., Minn., 
in Jan., 1869, where, ffi. 75, she is now living. 
HIS children were : 

196. i. Lewis Merritt', b. Jan. 1, 1827; ra. Mary Cronk. 
ii. Clark, b. July 16, 1829, at Pike; d. March 19, 1833. 

ill. Adliza, b. Jan. 19, 1832, at Pike; d. April 2, 1834. 
iv. Mary Isabel, b. Dec. 29, 1836, at Herrick, Pa.; m. Sept. 7, 
1859, Frederick Cogswell. 

197. V. Albert Leander, b. May 21, 1839, at Herrick; m. Lucy Hills, 
vi. Nancy Juliet, b. Dec. 20, 1846; m. April 10, 1861, Joseph 

Taylor, in Tuscarora, Bradford Co., Pa. 

153. 

Joseph^ Hitchcock {Joseph^, Ebenezer'^ , Ehenezer'^ , Nathaniel^ , 
Matthias^) son of Joseph and Mabel (Hotehkiss) Hitchcock, was 



90 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BKANCH II. 

born, probably at "Wood bridge, Conn., Feb. 26, 1814:. He married, 
Sept. 4, 1836, Ah'ira Lines, who was born April 20, 1818. He was 
a well to do farmer at Le Raysville, Bradford Co., Pa. He died 
March 5, 1867. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKB : 

i. Joseph', b. Aug. 3, 1837; d. Aug. 14, 1837. 
il. Sophia A., b. Sept. 19, 1839; m. Jan. 11, 1863, Stephen War- 
ner, of Herrick, Bradford Co., Pa. 
iii. Habrikt N., b. Feb. 27, 1842; m. Sept. 8, 1861, Nelson E. 

Warner, of Bunker Hill, Kansas, 
iv. Cynthia M., b. May 30, 1843; m. Nov. 1, 1863, James P. 

Lockwood, Bridgeport, Conn. 
V. George W., b. May 22, 1845; d. Nov. 22, 1851. 
198. vi. Daniel Bailey, b. Jan. 26, 1848; m. Emma Woodruff, 
vii. Helen M., b. Oct. 14, 1850 ; d. March 7, 1870. 
yiii. , John W., b. March 17, 1852. 
Ix. Mary F., b. Sept. 5, 1854; m. Sept. 24, 1885, Frank Black of 

Le Raysville, Bradford Co., Pa. 
X. Henry S., b. Feb. 27, 1858. 
xi. Frank L., b. July 26, 1859. 
xii. WiLBBBT W., b. Dec. 18, 1861 ; m. June 9, 1886, Mary Brister. 



SEVENTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

154. 

LoKENzo'' Hitchcock {Harvey^, Nathaniel^, Nathaniel*, Nathan- 
iel^, Nathaniel^, Matthias'^) son of Harvey and (?) Hitchcock, was 
born Dec. 11, (or 20?) 1790. He and his brothers were baptized 
Aug. 19, 1798, in the Episcopal Church of East Plymouth, Conn., 
a town adjoining Bristol where his parents then resided. He mar- 
ried in New York City, Dec. 30, 1814, Julia C. Tuell, who died in 
1847. He died Aug. 20, 1882. Youngest child : 

i. Leonidas' Polk, address, Aikack'lphia, Ark. 



FAMILY OP NATHANIEL. 91 



155. 



James Harvey'' Hitchcock {Harvey'^, Nathaniel^, Nathaniel'^y 
Nathaniel^, Nathaniel'^, Matthias^) son of Harvey, was born before 
Aug. 19, 1798, when he was bapjtised in the Episcopal church at East 
Plymouth, Conn. He married, in Watertown, Conn., Aug. 24, 1823^ 
Lorinda Foot. He moved to Columbia, Maury Co., Tenn., where he 
died April 14, 1833. His widow died in 1882. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Hexhy'. 

ii. George Lorenzo, b. Jan. 28, 1825, at Watertowu, Conn, 
iii. Nancy Eliza, b. at Watertown, 1827; m. in 1841, Nathan 
Chapman, Huntington, Lorain Co., Ohio, and has four 
children. 
199. iv. John Seabury, b. July 28, 1831, Columbia, Tenn. 

156. 

Alfred'' Hitchcock (Jason^, Amos^, Nathaniel'^, Nathaniel^, 
Nathaniel^, Matthias^) son of Jason and Patience (Langdon) Hitch- 
cock, was born Sept. 20, 1784. He married, Sept. J3, 1811, Eachel 
Granniss, who was born Feb. 24, 1788, daughter of Stephen and 
Martha (Thompson) Granniss. He was a joiner and carpenter, and 
died Aug. 24, 1842. She died in 1860, se. 72. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 
i. Amelia CHARLOTTE^ b. Nov. 28, 1812; m. Feb. 5, 1834, Henry 
ToUes. Shed. Sept. 20, 1843, and had : 1, M'iUiam TK 
Tolles, b. April 1], 1835; 2, Horace A. ToUes, b. April 13,, 
1837; killed before Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864. 
ii. Emmeline, b. Jan. 18, 1815; ra. William Day, May 2, 1836. 
Shed. 1854. Children: 1, Mary E'. Day, b. April 29, 
1837; 2, Harriet E. Day, b. May 8, 1843. 
iii. DiANAH, b. March 13. 1817; d. Oct. 13, 1818. 
iv. Harriet M., b. Feb. 2, 1820; m. July, 1844, Henry Tolles and 
had: 1, Charles H>. Tolles, b. March 13, 1845; 2, Frederick 
D. Tolles, b. Jan. 27, 1848 ; d. in the Army July 9, 1865. 
V. Henky, b. June 5, 1823 ; d. May 8, 1842. 

vi. Charles Alfred, b. Jnly 17, 1826, in Southington; m. Oct. S, 
1860, Laura Grannis, b. May 20, 1821 andd. Sept. 11, 1877. 
He was Selectman since 1877. His ancestors came from 
East Haven and settled on the farm where he passed his 
lifetime. He d. Feb. 3, 1887. 



■92 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

157. 

Jason'' Hitchcock {Jason^, Amos^^ Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^, Na- 
thaniel, Matthias^) son of Jason and Patience (Langdon) Hitchcock, 
was born March 8, 1790. He married, March 8, 1813, Olive Hart. 
She died Oct. 5, 1819. He must have been twice married. He died 
Aug. 23, 1859. 

HIS CHILDKEN WEEK : 

i. Patience', b. May 21, 1817; m. Oct. 20, 1844, Henry Bishop. 

She d. in Southington, in 1846. 
ii. Lucy, b. July 5, 1823; d. 1825. 
iii. Lucy, b. Dec. 27, 1825. 
iv. and v. Two Infants, d. March 10, 1822. 
vi. A Child, d. May 6, 1826. 

158. 

Leonard'' Hitchcock (Hunn^, Amos^, Nathaniel*, NathanieP, 
NathanieP, Matthias^) son of Hunn and Diantha (Moss) Hitchcock, 
was born in Southington, Conn., Sept. 27, 1796. He married there, 
•June 26, 1822, Elizabeth Bailey Clark, born Dec. 25, 1799. He died 
Aug. 28, 1856. She died Dec. 18, 1870. 

TilEIK CHILDREN WERE : 

1. MARTHA^ b. March 14, 182:3. 

ii. Diantha, b. Feb. 1, 1825; d. Nov. 19, 1828. 

iii. Delia, b. Jan. 5, 1827. 

iv. Diantha, b. Jan. 27, 1830; d. Dec. 5, 1851. 

V. Cornelia, b. Feb. 22, 1834. 

vi. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 17, 1837. 

vii. Harriet Newell, b. Feb. 22, 1841. 

159. 

Amos'' Hitchcock {Hnnn^, Amos^ ,. Nathaniel* , Nathaniel^ , Na- 
thaniel^, Matthias^) son of Hunn and Diantha (Moss) Hitchcock, 
was born in Southington, Conn., July 24, 1801. He married, at 
Manlius, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1828, Julia A. Eead of Manlius, bom in 
Waterville, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1805. He was a miller at Eochester, 
N. Y., until 1852 when he went west and engaged in farming. In 
1877 he retired from labor and moved to Hazelton, Iowa, where he 
lived until the death of his wife, Jan. 3, 1882, when he moved to 
Delavan, Wis., to live with his daughter Charlotte. He died there 
April 12, 1885. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. &3- 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Charlotte W'., b. Jan. 2, 1829, in Rochester, N. Y. ; m. Dec. 

11, 1852, John J. Ready of Delavan, Wis. 
ii. Cornelia J., b. Sept. 5, 1830, at Rochester; d. there March 

11, 1832. 
iii. Julia B., b. Aug. 29, 1832, at Rochester; m. Feb. 26, 1867, 

Cliris Wliitman of Hazelton, Iowa, 
iv. Ellen M., b. April 15, 1835, at Rochester; d. Nov. 28, 1836. 

200. V. Amos H., b. Feb. 11, 1838 in Rochester; m. Marie Browne. 
vi. Sarah J., b. March 14, 1840 in Rocliester; m. March 14, 1863, 

Merrill Earlier of Genoa, 111. and d. in Genoa, June 12, 
1878. 
vii. Leosakd S., b. April 7, 1842 in Rochester; m. Doc. 21, 1862, 
Catherine Lalve of Harvard, III. ; no children. 

160. 

Manlet'' Hitchcock (Hunn^, Amos^, Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^,. 
NathanieP , Matthias^) son of Hunn and Diantha (Moss) Hitchcock, 
was born in Southington, Conn., April 26, 1811. He married Eliza- 
betli and lived for a time in Eochester, N. Y. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Mary'- 

ii. Hbnhy. 

iii. Helen. 

iv. Charlotte. 

161. 

Silas P.'' Hitchcock (Calvin^, Joel^, Nathaniel*, NathanieV,- 
NathanieP, Matthias^) son of Calvin and Betsey ^Palmiter) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Burlington, Conn., Oct. 1, 1812. He married, at 
Naples, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1845, Louisa Parker of Naples. He was a 
farmer in Lake Mills. His first two children were born at Naples, 
N. Y., the rest at Lake Mills, Wis. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

201. i. Carlton C, b. Sept. 24, 1845; m. 1st, F. Wjng. 
li. NoEALis M., b. Sept. 13, 1847; d. Oct. 30, 1860. 
iii. Etta, b. Feb. 7, 1849. 

iv. Arthur L., b. May 2", 1851; m. Feb. 26, 1875, Ida Buchanan ;: 

res. Lake Mills, Wis. 
V. Carrie L., b. March 17, 1853; m. Feb. 2, 1879, Arnold Con- 
key; d. Aug. 2, 1879. 



94 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

vi. Heney M., b. Feb. 1, 1855; d. July 2, 1863. 
vii. Edward N., b. March 29, 1860; m. June 21, 1882, Alma Fuller; 
res. St. Cloud, Minn. 

162. 

Paul'' Hitchcock {Calvin^, Joel^, Nathaniel'^, JSfathanieP, Na- 
thaniel'^, Matthias''-) son of Calvin and Betsey, (Palmiter) Hitchcock, 
was born in Burlington, Conn., March 31, 1814. He married, at 
Livonia, N. Y., May 8, 1839, Emily Adams. He left Burlington at 
the age of 19 and settled in 1839 as a merchant in Naples, N. Y. 
He removed in 1848 to Lake Mills, Wis., and engaged in farming, 
and in 18G6 to Jefferson, Wis., where he now resides as Sec. and 
Supt. of the Wis. Manufacturing Co. His wife died at JeflTerson, 
Oct. 20, 1878. Their children, both born at Naples, N. Y., were : 
i. Charlotte E^, b. Nov. 29, 1840. 

ii. Florence, b. No^-. 21, 1847; d. March 20, 1868, at Jefferson, 
Wis. 

163. 

John Clarke'' Hitchcock (Cafom 6, Joel^, Nathaniel'^, Nathaniel^, 
NathanieP, Matthias'-) son of Calvin and Betsey (Palmiter) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Burlington, Conn., Oct. II, 1821. He married, 
at Naples, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1847, Dorcas Frink. Address, Ottawa 
City, 111. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Ernest A^ b. Oct. 11, 1853, Waukesha, Wis. 
ii. Burt, b. Aug. 5, 1857, Canton, Conn. 

164. 

Willard'' Hitchcock ( Oliver^ , Zachariah^ , Nathaniel^ , Nathaniel^ , 
Nathaniel'^, Matthias'-) son of Oliver and Annah (Carrington) Hitch- 
cock, was born on "Old Meditation," Bristol, Conn., July 22, 1796. 
He married at Harwinton, Conn., Aprils, 1822, Adeline Welton. 
He was in turn merchant and farmer and did much public business in 
settling estates. He died in West Haven, Vt., March 18, 3 842. 
HIS children were : 
i. Annah PHYLORA^ b. Feb. 2, 1824, in Burlington, Conn. 
Teacher. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 95 

ii. WiLLAED Welton, b. Api'il 14, 1828, In Burlington; d. June 

11, 1828. 
iii. HOBART Lawkence, b. July 3, 1829, in Burlington; d. Aug. 
2, 1829. 
202. iv. WiLLARD Leicester, b. Oct. 10, 1832; m. L. B. Fish. 

V. Adeline Athilred, b. March 30, 1836, in "West Haven, Vt. ; 
m. at Hydeville, Vt., Oct. 4, 1854, John Wilson Eddy, b. 
in West Haven, March 30, 1836, and lives in Fair Haven, 
Vt. and lias: 1, Ida? Eddy, b. Sept. 3, 1855; m. Oct. 28, 
1880, WiUard B. Ingalls. 
vi. Celia Elvira, b. April 4, 1840, in West Haven, Vt. ; d. there 
March 11, 1866. A teaclier. 

165. 

Oliver Franklin'' Hitchcock {Oliver'^, Zachariah^ , Nathaniel'^, 
WathanieP , Nathaniel^ , Matthias^) sonof Oliver and Annah (Carring- 
ton) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 24, 1802. He married, in 1833, Polly 
Saunders of Whitehall, N. Y., daughter of Phineas. He lived in 
West Haven, Vt., in 1836. He was a sailor, and died in New Zea- 
land in 1874. 

his children were : 
i. Roland'. 
ii. Emily N. 

166. 

Almon'' Hitchcock (Oliver'^ , Zachariah^ , Nathaniel''', Nathaniel^, 
NathanieP, Matthias'^) sonof Oliver and Annah (Carrington) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Bristol, Conn., July 10, 1804. He married in 
West Haven, Vt., in 1825, Euth Emily Barber, born Dec. 16, 1805, 
daughter of Levi and Eebecca. She died in Sidney, Ohio, Aug. 22, 
1877. He was a farmer, and died in Sidney May 2, 1883. 

THEIR CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Miriam Mary', b. April 26, 1832, West Haven, Vt. ; m. there 
Oct. 26, 1856, Andrew B. Cole; res. St. Louis, Mo., has 1, 
Candace Emily^ Cole, b. March 4, 1858. 
203. ii. Almox Baldwin Carrington, b. Oct. 13, 1838; m. Margaret 

I. Edgar, 
iii. Alma Emily, b. Ang. 6, 1843, in West Haven, Vt. ; m. at Sid- 
ney, Ohio, James Glasgow Armstrong, b. 1836, in Belfast, 
Ireland. Rector Monumental Ch. (Prot. Epis.), Rich- 
mond, Va.; children: 1, Miriam Marcella^ Armstrong, b. 
April 10, 1865 at St. Louis, Mo. ; i, Agnes Buth Armstrong, 
b. Sidney, Ohio, July 14, 1872; d. Hannibal, Mo., June 15, 
1873. 



96 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

167. 

EoLLiN C' Hitchcock (Oliver'', Zaehariah^, Nathaniel*, Na- 
thaniel, NathanieP, Matthias'^) son of Oliver and Polly (Church) 
Hitchcock, was born, West Haven, Vt., Sept. 24, 1822. He married, 
1st, at "Whiting, Vt., Nov. 2, 1841, Polly Ann Atwood, born Dec. 
30, 1820. She died at West Haven, May 22, 1855. He married, 
2d, April 2, 1856, Julia H. Manville of Whitehall, N. Y., born there 
April 2, 1823. He is a farmer in West Haven. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

i. Polly Stevens^, b. Aug. 24, 1842, in West Haven; d. ApriL 

17, 1843. 
ii. Adelaide Piiyloka, b. March 4, 1844; m. at West Haven, 
Vt., Dec. 30, 1868, Willard Thomas. She d. Aug. 6, 1869, 
at Salisbury, Vt. 
ili. Calantha Mauia, b. Jan. 15, 1847; a teacher; d. at West 
Haven, Dec. 18, 1867. 

204. iv. Samuel Rollix, b. April 27, 1851 ; m. Myra S. Taylor. 
V. Viola Polly, b. Dec. 26, 1858; d. Oct. 7, 1860. 

vi. Orville Oliver, b. Jan. 7, 1862. Farmer and teacher. 

168. 

Dr. William Aaeon'' Hitchcock (Seth J.^, Zachariah^, Na- 
thaniel*, NathanieP, NathanieP, Matthias''-) son of Seth J. and 
Hepsey (Blinn) Hitchcock, was born in Great Banington, Mass., 
Jan. 13, 1805. He married, 1st, Emily McFarland, and settled in 

Shoreham, Vt. He married, 2d, Emily who died in Shoreham. 

child. 

205. i. William G^., m. Emily Hunsdon. 

169.' 

Lawrence Perez'' Hitchcock (Dr. Aaron^ ,Zachariah^ , Nathaniel*, 
NathanieP, NathanieP, Matthias''-) son of Dr. Aaron and Milette 
(Mann) Hitchcock, was born in Burlington, Conn., April 8, 1811. 
He married, 1st, Jan. 17, 1842, Elizabeth Johnson of Washington, 
Pa., who died there July 17, 1846. He married, 2d, Sarah Liggett, 
and lives at Shady Side, Pittsburg, Pa., corner of Liberty and Smith- 
field Streets. 

his children were : 
i. Mary Kate*, m. D. Hancocli, Franklin, Pa. 
ii. Ella C. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 



97 



170. 

Oliver F.' Hitchcock {Dr. Aaron^, Zachariah^, Nathaniel*, 
Nathaniel^, NathanieP, Matthias^) son of Dr. Aaron and Milette 
(Mann) Hitchcock, was born March 25, 1816. He married, 1st, 
Feb. 2, 1837, Betsey Clark. He married, 2d, Cornelia Smith. He 
was a farmer. 





HIS CHILDREN WERE : 


i. 


Nf,t,t,ib', d. y. 


li. 


Robert. 


ili. 


Millie. 


iv. 


SrsiE. 


V. 


George R., b. Nov. 5, 1857. 


vi. 


A Son, b. July 18, 1860. 


vii. 


A Son, b. Jan. 9, 1868. 



171. 

Julia'' Hitchcock (Jacob^, Jacob^, Caleb''', NathanieP , Nathaniel^ , 
Matthias''^) daughter of Capt. Jacob and Anna (Ludington) Hitch- 
cock, was born June 22, 1801. She married, in Nov., 1820, Jesse 
Addis, and died July 3, 1841. The children of Julia (Hitchcock) 
Addis were : 

1. A Son', d. y. 

2. Lavinia Addis, b. Jan. 26, 1823; m. Aug. 18,1844, Austin New- 

comb. 

3. Sally A. Addis, b. Dec. 13, 1825 ; m. May 1, 1845, Elijab Wood. 

4. Delia Addis, b. Nov. 17, 1828 ; m. July, 1844, Levi Knapp, and d. 

Feb., 1872. 
6. Bede A. Addis, b. Dec. 12, 1838; m. G. F. Lunt, Aug., 1855, 
and d. Sept. 23, 1876. 

172. 

Stlvestee'' Hitchcock (Jacob^, Jacobs, Caleb*, Nathaniel^, Na- 
thaniel^, Matthias'^) son of Capt. Jacob and Anna (Ludington) Hitch- 
cock, was born Aug. 7, 1803. He married, Oct. 4, 1826, Lorinda 
Blakeslie, born May 27, 1805. He was killed March 17, 1867, either 
by one of his horses or by a fall on the stable stairs. He lived an 
hour unable to tell how he received the fatal hurt. Mrs. Hitchcock 
died April 10, 1885. 

8 



98 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

HIS OHILDEEN WERE: 

206. i. Oscar Blakeslib', b. May 24, 1828. 

ii. Clinton, b. June 25, 1832. He was killed, Feb. 21, 1844, by a 
frozen apple, -wMcli struck his temple, thrown in sport In 
the schoolroom. 

173. 

Bede'^ Hitchcock (Joco6 6, Jacob^, Caleb^, NatlianieP , NatJianieP , 
Matthias^) daughter of Capt. Jacob and Anna (Ludington) Hitchcock, 
was born April 4, 1806. She married, Oct. 27, 182.5, Albert Steele, 
son of Aaron. She died April 28, 1850. The children of Bede 
(Hitchcock) Steele were : 

1. Elizabeth^ Steele, b. Nov. 27, 1826; m. June 29, 1848, Alphonso 

Cobb of Windham, Conn, and had: 1, Byron A^., b. July 
10,1852; 2,EllaA.,h.Ax\s- 3, 1854; m. Oct. 12, 1876, 
Leonards. Cornell; 3, LuoiaE.,\>. Aug. 7, 1866. 

2. Addison Steele, b. Oct. 29, 1828; m. Sept. 29, 1863, Clarissa Jane 

Bump, b. Aug. 3, 1835, and they had : 1, Albert Byron', b. 
Aug. 27, 1864; 2, Herbert JBomaine, h. Nov. 23, 1865; 3, 
Daniel Aaron, b. Oct. 1, 1869; 4, John Wesley, b. Dec. 6, 
1871. 

3. Aaron Francis Steele, b. Dec. 6, 1840; d. Dec. 10, 1843. 

174. 

Sally A.'' Hitchcock {Jaccb^, Jacob^, Caleb*, Nathaniel, Wa- 
tJianieP, Matthias''-) daughter of Capt. Jacob and Anna (Ludington) 
Hitchcock, was born in Windham, N. Y., May 13, 1808. She mar- 
ried Michael Miller, about 1830, and died in Lawrence, 111., Dec. 1, 
1872. The children of Sally A. (Hitchcock) Miller were: 

1. Ellen Morse^ Miller, b. in Prattsville, N. Y., May 12, 1832; m. 

in Woodstock, (prob. N. Y.) Sept. 30, 1857, Nathan W. 
Powers; children: 1, Addison Franklin' Powers, h. May 
5, 1860, in Lawrence, 111. ; 2, Nellie May Powers, b. March 
23, 1862; m. Henry C. Asp, May 5, 1880; County Attor- 
ney, Winfleld Co., Kan. ; 3, Edgar N. Powers, b. Nov. 31, 
1876, in Winfleld, Kan. 

2. William Wallace Miller, b. 1832; d. Feb. 6, 1833, 83. 8 mos. 

3. Mary Elizabeth Miller, b. Windham, N. Y. ; d. k. 17 mos. 

4. Sylvester Franklin Miller, b. Sept. 10, 1841; m. 1879, Maggie 

Kennedy of Kirksville, Mo. Shed. March, 1880, and lie 
m. 2d, Georgie Nightingale, Nov. 25, 1882. He had: 1, 
Albert W'. Miller, d. m. 1 year; 2, Maud Miller, b. April 
25, 1875 ; 3, Blanche Miller. They live in Ashland, Kan. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 99 

175. 

Harmon'' Hitchcock {Caleb^, Jacob^, Galeb^, Nathaniel, Na- 
thanieP, Matthias''-) son of Caleb and Harriet (Brewster) Hitebeock, 
was born about 1818. He married Miss Ashley of Catskill, N. Y., 
and resides Elmira, N. Y. 

CHILD. 

i. Albert T'., b. 184i. He res. at Albany, N. Y. and is Deputy 
Snpt. of thecapitol. 

176. 

Charles'' Hitchcock {Samuel Johnson^ , Benjamin^ , Benjamin'^ , 
Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^, Matthias''-) son of Judge Samuel Johnson 
and Laura (Coan) Hitchcock, was born in New Haven in 1828. He 
married, in 1847, Olivia G. Cowell in Providence, R. I., born there 
ia 1829. He died there Dec. 10, 1858, and his widow Feb. 18, 
1865. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

207. 1. Charles', b. in Providence, May 12, 1848; m. Prances Lapsley. 

ii. George H., b.Sept. 29, 1850; m. in England in 1882, Henrietta i 
Ricliardson. He is an artist. "It was in Mr. George ^ 
Hitchcock's Dutcli garden at Egmond Hoef that Mr. 
Shannon painted the well-known portrait of his friend, * 
and this same garden gave him the sobriquet of ' Tulip ' I 
Hitchcock. The gold medal of the American Art Associ- 
ation was awarded to him for his ' Toilers of the Sea.' 
His ' Scarecrow ' represented a red-cloaked girl sitting in 
a field of red poppies. It is in painting the sand dunes of 
Holland that Mr. Hit(;hcock is seen at his very best. ' La 
Maternite ' is one of these, and shows us a woman in the 
sea dunes returning from work with her children. His 
early life was spent at Providence, in the United States, 
and here he was educated for the law, but, abandoning his 
profession for the more pleasing paths of paint, he 
crossed the Atlantic to study in Paris under Boulanger 
and Lefebvre. It was Mesdag, however, whom he found 
at the Hague, who left the final impression on the painter, 
and from that time he has remained faithful to that land 
of dikes and dunes, blue china and black tulips, working 
all through the summer at Egmond-aan-Zee, elaborating 
all the winter in Paris, London or Madrid— a truly ideal 
existence for an artist who is at one and the same time a 



100 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

realist and the most ardent of idealists. Last year Mr. 
Hitchcock had nothing to show in England, for of the 
twenty-six canvases which he took to New York at the 
end of 1892 not one remained unsold." 
iii. Amelia Swift, b. Aug. 7, 1852 ; m. at Narragansett Pier, R. 
I., in June, 1874, Herbert Maynard. 

177. 

Daniel'' Hitchcock (Peter^, Isaac^, John*, John^, NathanieP, 
Matthias^) son of Peter and Eunice (Baldwin) Hitchcock, was bom 
in Cheshire, Conn., April 3, 1809. He married, 1st, Mary Peck who 
was born in 1813 and died Dec. 4, 1840. He married, 2d, Deziah 
Tolles who was born Dec. 7, 1813, in Bethlehem and died Dec. 13, 
1879. He died in Waterbury, Conn., July 31, 1846. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

i. Edwin S'., b. April 17, 1834 ; Captain. He was private in Co. 
G. of 2d Conn. Vol's. ; Col. (now Maj.Gen.) Terry, Com. 
He served three mos. in 1861 and then became Capt. of 
Co. G. 7th Conn. Vol. three-year troops. Col. Terry, Com. 
This Reg. organi^ied in 1862, took part in the reduction of 
Ft. Pulaski, and here Capt. Hitchcock commanded a 
battery of siege guns. He was killed June 16, 1862 on 
James Island. His body was never found by those who 
sought to recover it. One who liad employed him writes, 
" Capt. Hitchcock set an example in the army of morality, 
purity, courtesy and bravery and his men followed him 
devotedly." 

ii. Ikving Lyman, b. April 17, 1834; and d. May 13, 1839. 

iii. Ekbderick L., b. 1837; entered the Army in 1862 and served 
to the close of the war; was Lt., Adjt. and then Maj. of 
the 132 Pa. Vol's ; then Lt. Col. of 25th Reg. U. S. col- 
ored troops, then Col. ; was in battles : South Mt., Sept. 
14, 1862 ; Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862 ; Fredericksburg, Dec. 
16, 1862 ; and Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863. 

iv. Mary P., b. April 12, 1839; m. Wood; d. 1882 near Fer- 

nandino, Fla. 

V. Hattie E.,1). March 28, 1843; m. Guilford; res. Water- 
bury, Conn. 

vi. George G., b. Aug. 6, 1844; lives in Naungatuck, Conn. 

178. 

Gaius'' Hitchcock {Peter^, Isaac^, John*, John^, Nathaniel^, 
Matthias^) son of Peter and Eunice (Baldwin) Hitchcock, was bern 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 101 

in Cheshire, Conn., Sept. 11, 1819. He married Betsey D. Bronson 
of Middlebury,Conn. He died inWaterbury, Oct. 14, 1845. Betsey 
his wife died in Waterbury, July 31, 1846. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE: 

i. Almbe B'., b. 1835; m. 1st, Nancy Brown, June 7, 1869; m. 
2d, Louisa C. Hall of Cheshire and lives in Waterbury, 
Conn. 

ii. Arthur, b. Aug. 26, 1841 ; m. Nov. 27, 1872, Caroline JE. Bots- 
ford; went into the army as private in 1861, was pro- 
moted to 2d Lt. in 1862, and served in that capacity to 
the close of the war. He resided in Scranton, Pa. Two 
children : 1, William Beonson', b. Aug. 23, 1874, in 
Scranton, Pa. ; 2, Robert Botsford, b. July 9, 1879, in 
Scranton, Pa. 

179. 

Elisha'' Hitchcock {Elisha^, John^, John*, John^, Nathaniel^, 
Matthias'^) son of Elisha and Euth (Slocum) Hitchcock, was born in 
Claremont, N. H., June 29, 1813. He married, in Evansville, Ind., 
June 18, 1843, Caroline Larabee. He died in Maysville, Ind., April 
28, 1855. 

child. 
i. Anna', m. Shannon of Pittston, Pa. 

180. 

Lt. Col. Ebenezer'' Hitchcock {Elisha^, John^, John^, John^, 
WathanieP , Matthias''-) son of Elisha and Ruth (Slocum) Hitchcock, 
was born in Claremont, N. H., April 27, 1816. He married, 1st, 
Marion Budd, daughter of Halon. She was born June 28, 1834. She 
died Feb. 5, 1857. He married, 2d, Feb. 20, 1866, at Waymart, 
Pa., Amanda Swackhammer, born Feb. 5, 1838, daughter of Wil- 
liam. She died 1880. He was Aide de Camp to Gov. Pollock with 
rank of Lt. Col. 

his children were : 

i. MARION^ b. March 16, 1867. 
11. Hattie, b. Sept. 18, 1872 ; d. Dec. 28, 1878. 
iii. William, b. Feb. 4, 1875. 



102 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

181. 

LoKENzo' Hitchcock {Lemuel^, JoTin^, John* John^, Nathaniel^, 
Matthias^) son of Lemuel and Matilda (Sumner) Hitchcock, was 
born in Weathersfield, Vt., Sept. 2, 1811. He married atClaremont, 
N. H., Feb. 8, 1836, Sarah A. Tyler. He died in Granville, N. Y., 
Aug. 19, 1840. His widow died at Plainfleld, N. H., Jan. 13, 1883. 

CHILD. 

i. Edwakd Tylbk^, b. Dec. 24, 1838; d. Jan. 19, 1841. 

182. 

John'' Hitchcock (Lemuel^, John^, John*, John^, Nathaniel^, 
Matthias''-) son of Lemuel and Sally (White) Hitchcock, was born at 
Weathersfield, Vt., Feb. 11, 1821. He married Dec. 10, 1860, Sarah 
Frances Crosby, born at Belfast, Me., Aug. 18, 1834, daughter of 
Ex-Gov. Crosby of Maine. He lived 42 years in Boston, Mass. 
From 1846 to 1856 he was in the firm, M. L. Lincoln & Co., Import- 
ers and Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods ; from 1856 to 1866, Potter 
Hitchcock & Co., Wholesale Boot and Shoe Dealers and for five 
years, President of the Commonwealth Ins. Co. of Boston. He 
resigned that position in 1880 and became interested in and an 
active Director of the National Tube Works Co. He died in Boston, 
Nov. 11, 1884. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. IfRANCBS Bmily^, b. Aug. 15, 1864, at Newton, Mass. 
11. John, b. Oct. 20, 1868 at Newton, Mass. ; m. in Old South 
Church, Boston, April 26, 1893, Esther Mary Baker, dau. 
of Ezra H. Baker. 

183. 

Dayid White'' Hitchcock (iemwe?", John^, John*, John^, Na- 
thaniel, Matthias'-) son of Lemuel and Sally (White) Hitchcock, 
was born at Woodstock, Vt., June 19, 1831. He married, April 1, 
1864, at Boston, Mass., Anna Maria Conant. He was long of the 
firm, Otis, Norcross & Co., Wholesale Dealers in Crockery, and at 
the dissolution of that firm became partner in the firm, John & D. W. 
Hitchcock, Wholesale Boot and Shoe Dealers. He retired in 1872 
and purchased a large farm in Marlboro, Mass., where he resides in 



FAMILY OF XA-THANIEL. 103 

the summer months. He has been President of the National bank 
there for some years. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

i. Lemubx', b. June 10, 1865, at Boston. 

il. AuCE Howard, b. Oct. 27, 1866, at Newton, and d. at Marl- 
boro, Dec. 23, 1881. 



184. 

Eliza'' Hitchcock (JoJin^, John^, John* , John^ , WatJianieP , Mat- 
thias,'^) daughter of John and Sarah (Webster) Hitchcock, was born 
at Claremont, X. H., Aug. 5, 1819. She married there, Dec. 25, 
1839, Benjamin D. Howe, born at Pomfret, Vt., June 13, 1814. 
He died at Hanover, N. H., Dec. 11, 1867. The children of Eliza 
(Hitchcock) Howe, the first three born at Claremont, the other two 
at Hanover, were : 

1. Sarah JiP. Howe, b. June 6, 1842 ; d. Aug. 7, 1849. 

2. Caroline G. Sowe, b. Aug. 25, 1847; d. Aug. 8, 1848. 

3. . John S. Sou-e, b. Oct. 13, 1849; d. in Hanover, Sept. 16, 1851. 

4. Emily H. Howe, b. Aug., 1853. 

5. Charles H. W. Howe, b. June 24, 1856; d. April 25, 1881, at N. 

Y. City. 

185. 

Charles'' Hitchcock (Dawd^, John^ , John* , John^ , Nathaniel^, 
Matthias^) son of Capt. David and Abigail Elizabeth (Smith) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Pawlet, Vt., Oct. 5. 1815. He married at Lan- 
singburg, X. Y., May 14, 1844, Caroline Augusta Storer, born in N. 
Y. City, June 25, 1821 and died at Wheaton, 111., Sept. 16, 1879. 
The children all born at Lansingburg were 

i. Clara Maria', b. Sept. 19, 1845; d. July 28, 1847. 
ii. John Augustus, b. June 28, 1847; d. April 15, 1849. 
208. iii. Charles Storer, b. Feb. 25, 1849 ; m. B. E. Rogers. 

iv. Helen Storer, b. April 9, 1856; d. Sept. 17, 1857, at Keokuk, 
Iowa. 

186. 

Jesse'' Hitchcock (Jesse^, John^,John*, John^ , N^athanieP , Mat- 
thias^) son of Jesse and Chloe (Grandy) Hitchcock, wasbornFeb. 13, 



104 DESCENDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

1818. He married in 1843 at Boston, Mass., Susan K. Foster, who 
died there Jan. 15, 1858. The children all born in Boston were : 

i. Charlbs Edwin*, b. June 27, 1844; m. Jennette Chandler; 
res. Sturtevant House, N. Y. City. No children. 

li. Gbokgb Heney, b. April 7, 1846 ; m. at Marshfleld, April 18, 
1872, Ellen E. Baker. Ees. at Qiiincy, Mass. Three 
children. 

iii. Eanny Vikginia, b. Nov. 15, 1847; d. Oct. 16, 1870, atDrews- 
Tille, N. H. 

iv. Susan Fostbk, b. Dec. 2, 1849; m. Albion C. Colby; res. 102 

Wyman St., Brockton, Mass. ; two children. 
V. LuoY Foster, b. Oct. 2, 1852; m. Samuel M. Williams, Bos- 
ton; res. 53 Emerson St., South Boston, Mass.; two 
children. 

vi. Harvey Pabi^er, b. Dec. 23, 1855; d. April 18, 1858, in 

Boston, 
vii. Hiram AuGtrsirs, b. May 13, 1857; grad. Chandler Scientific 
School, Dart, college; m. June 20, 1888, Clara E. Young, 
dau. Prof. Charles A. Young. Hiram Augustus Hitch- 
cock is Associate professor of Civil Engineering in the 
Thayer School at Dart. Coll. 

187. 

Benjamin'' Hitchcock (Jesse^, John^ , John^, John^, NatlianieP, 
Matthias'^) son of Jesse and Chios (Grandy) Hitchcock, was born in 
Claremont, N. H., Aug. 21, 1826. He married in Claremont, Minn., 
Feb. 4, 1866, Eleanor Mc Intyre, born in 1845 in Wisconsin. The 
children all born in Claremont, Minn., were : 
i. Edward', b. Dec. 6, 1866. 
ii. Alice Chlob, b. March 13, 1872. 
iii. Jesse, b. March 18, 1874. 
iv. Fanny Maky, b. Aug. 13, 1887. 

188. 

Geokge'' Hitchcock {Jesse^, John^, John^, John^, NathanieP, 
Matthias''-) son of Jesse and Chloe (Grandy) Hitchcock, was born 
Aug. 29, 1828. He married, 1st, Dec. 12, 1858, Emily E. Hubbard, 
born March 19, 1839, and died Oct. 16, 1864. He married 2d, Feb. 
6, 1866, Mrs. Harriet E. Rowley, widow of Rice H. Moulton, born 
in Junius, N. Y., April 24, 1835. Children, one by each wife, were : 



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105 



i. Mart Ei-fie', b. Oct. 2i, 1859: m. at Claremont, Minn., Sept. 
18, 1878, Wm. H. K. McMartin, b. in Canada, June 10, 
1854. Tlieyhave: 1, Florence E^., b. Oct. 29, 1879, at 
Claremont, Minn.; 2, Maggie I., b. March 25, 1883, at 
Mantorville, Minn. ; 3, George P., b. Oct. 3, 1884, atMan- 
torville, Minn. 

ii. George Hiram, b. Sept. 22, 1867, atMantorviUe, Minn. Grad. 
Dart. CoU. 1889. 

188i. 

Hiram'^ Hitchcock {Jesse^, John^, John*, John^, NathanieP, 
Matthias^) son of Jesse and Chloe (Grandy) Hitchcock, was born in 
Claremont, N. H., Aug. 27, 1832. At the age of sixteen he entered 
Black River Academy, at Ludlow, Vt. One of his instructors there, 
by whom he was influenced, was the late Chief Justice of Iowa, Austin 
Adams,. LL. D., who had just graduated from Dartmouth College. 
He fitted for Dartmouth, but instead of entering he accepted a posi- 
tion as instructor in Black River Academy. In 1852 his eyes failing 
he gave up study, and spent the winter in New Orleans in the oflSce 
of the St. Charles Hotel. In 1866 his health failing, he retired from 
businessand traveled extensively abroad where he revived his interest 
and studies in ancient art in Egypt, Syria, Cyprus, Greece and Italy. 
He located in Hanover, N. H., in 1871. Early the next year he 
announced to the world the extensive discoveries of General di Ces- 
nola in Cyprus, and read papers oq that subject before the learned 
societies of Kew York and also before the Faculty and students of 
Dartmouth College. A paper of his on this subject was published 
in Harper's Magazine of that year, which attracted much attention 
abroad. During the same year the degree of Master of Arts was 
conferred upon Mr. Hitchcock by Dartmouth, and, on motion of the 
venerable and eminent Samuel Birch, LL. D., President of the British 
Society of Biblical Archijeology, he was made a member of that 
society. In 1876 he was appointed by the Governor a Trustee of 
the State College ; two years later he was elected a Trustee of 
Dartmouth College. In 1877 he represented Hanover in the State 
Legislature. In 1879 he resumed his connection with the Fifth 
Avenue Hotel. Scarcely was Commencement over in 1889, when the 
old college church was torn up for repairs, which transformed its 
interior from a bare, unattractive room to one far handsomer than 
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106 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

historic building is preserved. During the autumn of the same year 
was laid the foundation for a hospital which is the finest building in 
town, and as well as being of immense value to the Medical College 
is a boon to the people in this vicinity. The burden of the expen- 
sive repairs on the church was almost wholly borne by the Hon. 
Hiram Hitchcock, and the hospital, now completed and opened, is 
entirely his gift. Mr. Hitchcock has filled many positions of honor 
and trust during his active career. A life member of the American 
Geographical Society, the New York Historical Society and the New 
England Society of New York, a member of the Dartmouth Scientific 
Association, the New York Academy of Sciences, and the New York 
Chamber of Commerce. He was also President of the Nicaragua 
Canal Association, which obtained the concessions from Nicaragua 
and Costa Rica, under which the canal will be constructed ; and on 
the organization of the Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua under 
the charters of the United States and of the State of Verinont, he 
was elected its President which oflflce he still holds. He m. Oct. 21, 
1858, Mary Maynard. She d. March 25, 1887. The hospital which 
he built in Hanover, is called the Mary Hitchcock Hospital and is a 
memorial of her. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Mary^, b. Feb. 8, 1863; d. March 11, 1863. 
ii. Maynard, b. July 15, 1864; d. Sept. 10, 1865. 



189. 

William'^ Hitchcock {Benjamin^, John^, John^, John^, Nathan- 
ieP, Matthias'^) son of Benjamin and Pamelia Augusta (Geer) 
Hitchcock, was born at Kent, Conn., March 7, 1833. Hemarriedat 
Galena, 111., Nov. 27, 1856, Cassie Dunn. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. AuGTiSTA PAMELIA^ b. Nov. 18, 1857, in N. Y. City. 

ii. Maggie Dunn, b. Dec. 22, 1861, in San Francisco, and d. 

there July 15, 1862. 
iii. Mary Dunn, b. Dec. 12, 1870, in New York, 
iv. William Geer, b. Nov. 11, 1872, in New Yorls. 

V. Helen Louise, b. Sept. 13, 1875, at Bergen Pt., N. J. 



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107 



190. 

Hexry Amos'' Hitchcock {Amos'^, IcJiabod^, Johu'^, Jolm^, Na- 
thaniel^, Matthias^) son of Amos and Philena (Felt) Hitchcock, 
was born at Rockingham, Vt., Sept. 11 , 1815. He married in Wal- 
pole, N. H., Oct. 2, 1844, Jane Weymouth. In 1851, he was select- 
man in Walpole ; in 1858—9 rep. of Walpole ; in 1872—3 state 
senator from District No. 10. He died Jan. 4, 1879. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Emma Maria«, b. March 22, 18+7, in Walpole; d. Feb. 22, 1849. 
ii. Anna Jane, b. June 12, 1850. 
ill. Lizzie Sarah, b. April 29, 1852. 

191. 

Alexander ViETTS'' Hitchcock {Amos^, IcJiabod^, John*, JoJin^, 
Nathaniel"^, Matthias^) son of Amos and Philena (Felt) Hitchcock, 
was born in Rockingham, Vt., Nov. 4, 1821. He was married in 
Claremont, N. H., Oct. 5, 1843, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, to Adeline 
M. Nason, born at Middlebury, Vt., April 10, 1823. He was a 
tailor ; town clerk of Claremont two years, and register of deeds in 
1858, '59 and '60. He removed to Newport, N. H. and represented 
that town in 1886 — 7. When the bill to build a new State Prison 
passed he was Chairman of the State Prison Commission. He and 
all his children and grandchildren live in Newport, N. H. 
his children were : 
i. ViETTS", b. at Oxford, N. H., Oct. 16, 1844; d. in Claremont, 

Sept. 3, 1846. 
ii. Henry, b. at Claremont, Sept. 19, 1847; d. Aug. 1, 1849. 
ill. Ada Maria, b. Oct. 13, 1849; m. to John F. Gage of Concord, 

N. H. by Rev. V. B. Knox, 
iv. Albert, b. Claremont, July 14, 1856 ; m. at Newport, to Clara 

M. Ladd, by Mr. Geo. Patten. 
V. Edwin Chapin, b. Dec. 7, 1858, at Newport, 
vi. Grace E., b. at Claremont, May 15, 1866. 

192. 

Sheldon'' Hitchcock {Timothy^, Timothy^ , Ebenezer* , Ebenezer^ , 
NathanieP, Matthias^) son of Timothy and Jane (Twichell) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Derby, Conn., May 12, 1804. He married in 





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108 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

New Haven, Conn., Aug. 12, 1827, Caroline Augur. He was a Boot 
:and Shoe Maker, and died in New Haven, June 26, 1877. 

HIS CHILDKBN WBKB : 

,Tanb MAl?IA^ b. Jan. 8, 1828, in N. H. ; d. y. 
Chaklks Augustus, b. March i, 1829. 
Samuel Edwaeb, b. July 29, 1831 ; m. A. M. Smith. 
Jane Maria, b. Aug. 3, 1834, in New Haven; d. 
Martha Luoinda, b. Feb. 11, 1837, at Seymour. 
William Henry, b. Nov. 9, 1838; m. E. C. Harris. 
Frank Benjamin, b. Feb. 18, 1841; m. L. Redman. 
••Sophia Elizabeth, b. April 29, 1844, in New Haven. 
Carrie Eocelia, b. Nov. 13, 1846, in New Haven. 
Sakah Webster, b. April 19, 1849, in New Haven. 

193. 

Bubritt'' Hitchcock {Timothy^, Timothy^, Ebenezer^, Ebenezer^, 
.JVathanieP, Matthias^) son of Timothy and Jane (Twichell) Hitch- 
•cock, was born in Oxford, Conn., March 25, 1809. He married, 
1st, in Seymour, Conn., May 6, 1836, Mary Lounsberry, daughter of 
Dr. Timothy of Bethany. She died in New Haven, July 31, 1878. 
.He married 2d, May ] , 1879, Mrs. Elizabeth Beers. 

his children were : * 

i. Homer L^, b. May 18, 1839, in Seymour; d. thereOct. 5, 1844. 
ii. Esther L., b. Aug. 22, 1840; m. in New Haven, Jan. 4, 1864, 

Frederick P. Finney, Farmer, 
iii. Mary E., b. June 4, 1844; grad. at Mt. Holyoke Sem.; d. in 

New Haven, July 11, 1871. 
iv. Martha J., b. Oct. 23, 1845 ; m. in New Haven, Oct. 11, 1870, 

Rev. Josepli W. Hartshorn. 
V. Andrew F., b. Jan. 30, 1848, in N. H. ; d. there Aug. 26,1850. 

194. 

Edmond B''. Hitchcock (Clark^, Timothy^, Ebenezer*, Elenezer^, 
Nathaniel'^, Matthias^) son of Clark and Abigail (Perkins) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Norfolk, Va., in 1813. He married, Jan. 20, 
1838, Angeline Terrillof Pike, Pa. He died at Beacon Falls, Conn., 
• Sept., 187,5. He was a shoemaker. 

HIS children were : 
213. 1. Virgil E'., b. Dec. 21, 1838; m. E. Whitehurst. 

.214. ii. Homer S., b. Dec. 23, 1839; m. S. M. Cornwall. 



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109 



m. Leonidas, b. Aug. 7, 1841 ; d. unm. in N. Y. in 1872. A 
soldier and farmer ; 1st Lieut, served from 1861 to 1865. 

215. iv. Henry, b. April 25, 1843; m. E. J. Smith. 

216. V. Floyd, b. Nov. 6, 1844; m. B. A. Summers. 

195. 

William H''. Hitchcock {MerriW^ , Joseph^ , Ebenezer*,Ebenezer^,. 
JSTathanieP, Matthias^) son of Merritt and Polly (Taylor) Hitchcock,, 
was born Nov. 12, 181.5. He married Jane Gregory. Works in 
West Norwalk Hat Factory in Conn. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Ann Eliza', b. Sept. 11, 1839; m. J. H. Morris of South. 

Haven, 
ii. Edmonb E., b. June 24, 1846. 
iii. Fannie M., b. May 14, 1854. 
iv. Willie G., b. Feb. 17, 1862; d. Jan. 17, 1876. 

196. 

Lewis Mekeitt'' Hitchcock {Marshall^, Joseph^, Ehenezer*, Ebe- 
nezer^, Nathaniel^, Matthias^) son of Marshall and Julia Ann 
(Taylor) Hitchcock, was born in Pike, Bradford Co., Pa., Jan. 1,- 
1827. He married 1st, Sept. 19, 1855, in Wyalusing, Bradford Co.,- 
Mary Cronk. In April, 1865, he moved to Monticello, Wright Co., 
Minn. There his wife died, Nov. 18, 1871. He married 2d, March 
6, 1872, Fanny Stanwood of Monticello. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. Elizabeth', b. July 8, 1857, in Herrick, Pa. ; d. July 10, 1857.- 
ii. Jddson Marshall, b. Dec. 27, 1859, in Wyalusing. 
iii. Samuel Byron, b. May 6, 1862, in Wyalusing. 
iv. George Wellington, b. June 21, 1873, in Monticello ; d. Feb.- 
25, 1879. 

197. 

Albert Leandeb'' Hitchcock {Marshall^, Joseph^, Ebenezer^,.. 
Ebenezer^, NathanieP, Matthias^) son of Marshall and Julia Ann 
(Taylor) Hitchcock, was boin in Herrick, Pa., May 21, 1839. He 
married 1st, in Le Raysville, Bradford Co., Pa., Feb. 11, 1860, Lucy- 
Hills, who died in Orwell, Pa., April 15, 1866. He married 2d, in. 



110 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

Pike, Bradford Co., Feb. 21, 1869, Lucina Warner. She died in 
Orwell, Feb. 4, 1874. He married 3d, May 9, 1879, Mary Baldwin. 
He was enrolled, Sept. 27, 1864, to serve during the war, in the 6th 
corps, 1st Div., 8d Brig.', 82d Reg., Co. C, Pa. Vol. He was in the 
front ranlis the day Petersburg was taken ; was marching and fight- 
ing until April 9th, when Gen. Lee surrendered. "We lost the 
heaviest April 6th, Capt., 1st Lieut., indeed all in command except 
the 2d Lieut, and one corporal. All were killed or wounded, and 
most of the privates. After Lee's surrender we came back to Burks- 
ville to rest ; but the next day we were sent on a forced march to 
Danville, Va. We marched night and day until we got there just in 
time to save the bridge across the Eoanoke river. We took Gen. 
Johnson and his army and several heavy guns ; then weje sent back 
to Burksville on rebel cars. From Burksville we marched to Man- 
chester near Richmond, then guarded a wagon train to Alexandria, 
from there to Hall's Hill, Va., and were mustered out the 14th day 
of June, 1865." 

HIS CHILDEES WERE : 

1. Emma', b. Dec. 22, 1860, in Herrick and d. In Rush, Pa., May 

31, 1877. 
ii. David, b. May 21, 1862, hi Herrick ; d. there June 2, 1862. 
iii. Julia, b. July 6, 1863, in Herrick; d. in Pike, Pa., Aug. 8, 

1866. 
iv. Lucy, b. April 8, 1866, in Orwell, Pa. ; d. April 9, 1866. 
V. AsA Webster, b. March 3, 1871, in Orwell, Pa. 
vi. Luna, b. July 2, 1872, in Orwell, 
vii. Louie, Ij. "Feb. 4, 1874, and was adopted by Stephen Warner, 

brother of Lucina. 
viii. Lydia, b. Oct. 21, 1882, in Tuscarora. 
ix. Marshall Frederick, b. Sept. 17, 1885. 

198. 

Daniel Bailey' HiTchcocK (Joseph^, Joseph^, Ebenezer^, Ebe- 
nezer^, Nathaniel^, Matthias^) son of Joseph and Alvira (Lines) 
Hitchcock, was born in Herrick, Bradford Co., Pa., June 26, 1848. 
He married, March 24, 1869, Emma Woodruff of Herrick. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Samuel J^, b. Feb. 26, 1870. 
ii. Jesse S., b. April 29, 1872. 
iii. Charles H., b. Feb. 8, 1874. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. Ill 



iv. Cora L., b. April 7, 1876. 

T. Flora M., b. June 29, 1878. 

vi. Clarence S., b. June 3, 1880. 

vii. Edith L., b. Dec. 11, 1884. 

viii. Mabel A., b. July 19, 188G. 



EIGHTH GENERATION' AND CHILDREN. 

199. 

John Seabubt^ Hitchcock {James Harvey"' , Harvey^, Nathaniel^, 
Nathaniel''', Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^, Matthias''') son of James Harvey 
and Louisa (Foot) Hitchcock, was born in Columbia, Tenn., July 
28, 1831. He married, Sept. 10, 1862, Mrs. P^lizabeth (Spear) 
Young, born in Boston, May 7, 1829. 

CHILD. 

Albert Spear', b. Sept. 4, 1865, in Owasso, Mich. 

200. 

Amos H^. Hitchcock {Amos'', Hunn^, Amos^, Nathaniel''', Na- 
thaniel^, Nathaniel^, Matthias'-) son of Amos and Julia A. (Read) 
Hitchcock, was born in Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1838. He mar- 
ried, July 4, 1865, Marie Brown. He resides in Walworth, Wis. 
his children were : 
1. Loretta J'., b. Nov. 2, 1866. 
ii. Lavinia B., b. Sept. 8, 1868. 
iii. Amos, b. April 8, 1871. 
iv. Maria B., b. May 10, 1873. 
V. Leonard E., b. Oct. 30, 1875. 
vi. Alice M., b. July 24, 1890. 

201. 

Caklton C^. Hitchcock {Silas F''., Calvin^, Joel^, Nathaniel^, 
Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^, Matthias'-) son of Silas P. and Louisa 



112 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

(Parker) Hitchcock, was born in Naples, N. Y., Sept. 24, 1845. He 
married 1st, June 7, 1870, Frances Wing. He married 2d, July 2, 
1879, Margaret Murphy. He lives in St. Cloud, Minn. 

HIS CHILDREN WBKB : 

i. Geacib', b. July 3, 1872, at Lake Mills, Wis. 
ii. Raymond R., b. May 2, 1880, at Lake Mills, Wis. 
ill. Ralph, b. , at St. Cloud, Minn. 

202. 

WiLLAED Leicester^ Hitchcock (Willard'^, Oliver^, Zachariah^y 
Nathaniel*, Nathaniel^, NathanieP, Matthias'^) son of Willard and 
Adeline (Welton) Hitchcock, was born in West Haven, Vt., Oct. 
10, 1832. He married 1st, at Eandolph, Vt., Nov. 10, 1863, Lydia 
B. Fish, who died at West Haven, March 29, 1878. He married 2d, 
at Newport, Vt., Feb. 4, 1879, Almira S. Ransom. He is a farmer 
and Supt. of schools. 

HIS CHILDRBN WERE: 

i. Elvira Lydia', b. July 10, 1869, West Haven, 
ii. Mary Adeline, b. Dec. 24, 1879. 

203. 

Almon Baldwin Careington^ Hitchcock {Almon'' , Oliver^, Zach- 
ariah^, Nathaniel''', Nathaniel^, NathanieP , Matthias^) son of Almon 
and Ruth Emily (Barber) Hitchcock, was born at West Haven, Vt., 
Oct. 13, 1838. He married in Sidney, O., Oct. 23, 1864, Margaret 
J. Eddy. 

his CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Jennie Carrington', b. Sept., 1865. 
ii. Almon Wade, b. 1869. 
ill. Ruth Emdcy, b. 1875. 

204. 

Samdel Rollin^ Hitchcock {JRollin C., Oliver", Zachariah^, Na- 
thaniel*, Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^, Matthias'^), son of RoUin C.,and 
Polly Ann (Atwood) Hitchcock, was born in West Haven, Vt., 
April 27, 1851. He married in West Cornwall, Vt., March 16, 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 113 

1876, Myra S. Taylor, born in Chester, N. Y. in 1848. He is a 
farmer. 

CHILD. 

i. HOEACE Eollin", b. July 11, 1877, at West Haven. 

205. 

William G^ Hitchcock (Wm. Aaron'', SetJiJ^., ZacJiariah^ , 
Nathaniel'^ , Nathaniel^ , Nathaniel'^, Matthias''-) son of Dr. William 
Aaron and Emily (McFarland) Hitchcock, was born ( ?) and married 
Emily Hunsdon of Shoreham, Vt. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Robert". 
ii. Agnes. 
iii. Embline. 

iv. Jane Antoinette, m. Dr. Henry Palmer, who d. 1840. She 
m. 2cl, Stephen Munsell of Hartford, N. Y. 

206. 

Rev. Oscar Blakeslee^ Hitchcock (Sylvester'' , Jacob'^, Jacob^, 
Caleb^, Nathaniel^, NathanieP, Matthias''-) son of Sylvester and 
Lorinda (Blakeslee) Hitchcock, was born May '24, 1828. He gives 
this account of himself: "Attended Dist. School up to 15th year, 
then spent two years at Delhi Academy, Ulster Co., N. Y. Anti- 
Rent troubles broke up the school and I went to Wilbraham, Mass., 
about two years and to Amenia, Dutchess Co., then in 1860 to Union 
college and grad. 1852. Studied Theology under Dr. Taylor at New 
Haven Divinity school one year, one year at Poughkeepsie Law 
School, again a year at New Haven, the third year at Andover ; 
grad. there in 1856 : then accepted invitation to a church at White 
River Junction, Vt. Health failed. Interval of prostration, then 
preaching at Ashland until fall of '69, and at Whitney's Point, N. 
Y. until 1860. Health failed, was at home until war broke out. In 
the spring of 1862 I was sent down the Potomac to help remove the 
overflow of the Fredericksburg Hospitals to ^Vashington ; then 
engaged in ministering to sick and wounded in visits to Camp Con- 
valescent, Va. and the various forts and hospitals around the Capi- 
tol. Also that winter at Port Royal and afterwards at Savannah 
and Charleston. When those Andersonville prisoners that were, left 
9 



114 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

alive were said to be hastily marched to the Georgia or Florida 
coast on approach of Gen. Sherman, I was sent with supplies for 
their relief. They were found west of Jacksonville and brought to 
the Bluffs at the bend of the river St. John and camped above Jack- 
sonville. I was at St. Augustine at the breaking up of the hospital 
there and came with the men to the general hospital at Hilton Head. 
I was at Charleston at the anniversary of the capture of Fort Sump- 
ter and in the Fort when Gen. Anderson restored the flag he bad 
struck four years ago. In '83 I assisted in preparing a History of 
Green Co., taking the towns of Ashland and Windham, with some 
biographical and genealogical studies." Address, Windham, N. Y. 

207. 

Dk. Charles^ Hitchcock {diaries'^ , Samueljohnson^ , Benjamin^ , 
Benjamin'^, NathanieP , JSfathanieP, Matthias^) son of Charles and 
Olivia G. (Cowell) Hitchcock, was born in Providence, E. I., May 
12, 1848. He married in Philadelphia, in 1872, Frances Lapsley, 
born there in 1844. His address is 61 West 36th St., N. Y. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Ethel', b. June 26, 1877, at Narragansett Pier, R. I. 

ii. Makguekite, b. April 13, 1879, in N. Y. City; d. there 1879. 

iii. Charles, b. Aug. 25, 1881, at Narragansett Pier, 

iv. Horace Lapsley, b. Sept. 3, 188B, at Narragansett Pier. 

208. 

Charles Storbr^ Hitchcock ( Charles'', David^, John^, John''', 
John^, Natlianiel'^ , Matthias'^) son of Charles and Caroline Augusta 
(Storer) Hitchcock, was born at Lansingburg, N. Y.,Feb. 25, 1849. 
He married in Chicago, 111., May 10, 1882, Birdie E. Eogers,bornat 
Nora, 111., Jan. 11, 1865. 

HIS children were : 
i. Caroline Augusta Storer', b. Dec. 9, 1883, Chicago, 
ii. Clara Leone, b. Feb. 19, 1886, at Hitchcock, Dak. ; d. Feb. 21, 
1886. 

209. 

Charles Augustus^ Hitchcock {Sheldon' , Timothy^, Timothy^, 
Ebenezer^, Ehenezer^. Nathaniel^, Matthias^) son of Sheldon and 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 115 

Caroline (Augur) Hitchcock, was born in New Haven, Conn. , March 
4, 1829. He is Supt. Union Brass "Works, Chicago, 111. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE t 

1. Charles'. 
ii. Mary. 

210. 

Samuel Edward^ Hitchcock {S heldo ji"^ , Timothy^, Timothy^, 
Ebenezer^, Ebenezer^, XatJianieP, Matthias^) son of Sheldon and 
Caroline (Augur) Hitchcock, was born in Seymour, Conn., July 29, 
1831. He married .Angeline M. Smith, who died Nov. 14, 1876, at 
West Haven, Conn. He is a faimer. • 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Frederick S'*., m. Mattie Sperry of Woodbridge. 
ii. Samuel, b. Jan. 3, 1861, in West Haven; m. Dec. 25, 1878, 
Minnie Ola Strong, dau. Richard Saxton and Susan 
Annette Strong, has : 1, Malde Axgeline'", b. Xov. 24, 
1879, in W. Haven; 2, Frask Wesley, b. Feb. 6, 1882; 
3, Edgar Samttbl, b. Jan. 11, 1884. 
iii. Edgar Matoier, m. Kate Kohler. 
iv. Charles Richard. 
V. Ada M., m. Oct., 1879, Henry Simpson, 
vi. AxGELixE M., m. Jan. 3, 1883, Geo. W. Humphrey, 
vii. Katy Bush, m. Feb. 28, 1890, Charles R. Chadwick. 

211. 

Williaji Hexry* Hitchcock {Sheldon', Timothy^, Timothy^, 
Ebenezer*, Ebenezer^. Xatlianiel-, Matthias^) son of Sheldon and 
Caroline (Augur) Hitchcock, was born Nov. 9, 1838 He married. 
May 20, 1862, in New Haven, Conn., EmUy C. Harris. He is a 
machinist. 

HIS children were : 

i. Irving B'. 
ii. Walter H. 

212. 

Frank Benjamin* Hitchcock {Sheldon' , Timothy^, Timothy'', 
JEbenezer'^, Ebenezer^ , Nathmiiel-, Matthias''-) son of Sheldon and 
Caroline (Augur) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 11, 1841. He married 



116 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

in New Haven, May 5, 1867, Leucene Redman. He served In the 
war as a private 1861 — 1866. He is a Contractor for L. Candee 
Rubber Co. 

HIS CHILDRBN WBKB : 

i. Carrie. 
ii. Mattib. 
iii. India. 

213. 

Virgil E^. Hitchcock (Edmond B'' ., Glark^, Timothy^, Ehene- 
zer^, Ebenezer^, Nathaniel^, Matthias^) son of Edmond B. and 
Angeline (Terrill) Hitchcock, was born in Bethany, Conn., Dec. 21, 
18.38. He married in Roxbiiry, Conn., May 13, 1867, Emmeline 
Whitehurst, born Feb. 4, 1846. He served as a private in the army 
1861 to '65. He is a grocer's clerk and resides at Meriden, Conn. 
his childrbn wbkb : 
i. Ella L^., b. April 13, 1868. 
ii. Arthur W., b. March 6, 1870, at Meriden. 

214. 

HomebS^. Hitchcock {Edmond B''., Clark^, Timothy^, Ehenezer'^ , 
Ebenezer'^, NathanieP, Matthias^) son of Edmond B. and Angeline 
(Terrill) Hitchcock, was born in Bethany, Conn., Dec. 23, 1839. 
He married in Meriden, Conn., Sept. 6, 1863, Sarah M. Cornwall, 
born in Meriden, Jan. 5, 1846. Machinist. 
his children wbrb : 
i. Annib S^., b. Dec. 5; 1864, at Meriden. 
ii. Edward H., b. April 20, 1866, at Meriden. 

215. 

Henry^ Hitchcock (Edmond B"^ ., Clark^, Timothy^, Ebenezer^, 
Nathaniel^ , Nathaniel'' , Matthias'^) son of Edmond B. and Angeline 
(Terrill) Hitchcock, was born April 25, 1843. He married Dec. 
20, 1870, Emma J. Smith. 

his children were : 
i. Flora L»., b. May 9, 1872. 
ii. Ida W., b. Aug. 14, 1873. 



FAMILY OF NATHANIEL. 117 

216. 

FlotdS Hitchcock {Edmond B"^., Clark^, Timothy^, Ebenezer*, 
Ebenezer^, Nathaniel"^, Matthias^) sou of Edmond B. and Angeline 
(Ten-Ill) Hitchcock, was born Nov. 6, 1844. He married June 10, 
1869, Eliza A. Summers, born Jan. 25, 1844. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

i. Lottie E'., b. March 13, 1870. 

ii. Frank L., b. June 15, 1872. 

iii. Henrt S., b. Jan. 6, 1875. 

iv. WiixiE C, b. April 13, 1877; d. Sept. 18, 1877. 

V. John, b. April 18, 1879. 



DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK— BEANCH HI. 



217. 

JoHN^ Hitchcock (Matthias^) son of Matthias Hitchcock of New 
Haven, Conn., was probably born in New Haven, for his father was 
at New Haven as early as June, 1639, at which time Matthias Hitch- 
cock was one of the original signers of the " foundamental agree- 
ment" of the New Haven colony. John Hitchcock was one of the 
original proprietors of Wallingford, Conn., which town was founded 
in 1670. He married 1st, Jan. 18, 1670, Abigail Merriman, born 
April 18, 1654, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel Merriman, who was 
one of the first settlers of Wallingford. John Hitchcock's first three 
children were born in New Haven, 1671 tol674 ; and he removed to Wal- 
lingford in 1676. He calls himself " landowner, yeoman orplanter." 
He married 2d, Mary. The inventory of his estate shows that he 
owned some 183 acres in different lots and that his whole property 
amounted to £302. In the settlement of the estate the widow is 
called Mary, and on Aug. 12, 1717, she appears as "Mary Clark, 
alias Hitchcock." In the will Nathaniel is called the eldest son. 
No mention is made in the division of property of Samuel, Elizabeth 
or Hannah, and they may have died ; but apparently Elizabeth bad 
married Daniel Loynesor Lines, andHannah, John Lines his brother; 
for Wallingford records give, first, Sept. 29, 1708, a deed of land of 
John Hitchcock to his son-in-law, Daniel Loynes, and later John 
Loynes deeds land to his father-in-law John Hitchcock, partof which 
came to said John Loynes from his brother Daniel Loynes, and still 
later Feb. 10, 1709, John Hitchcock gives a piece of land to his 
son-in-law Daniel Lines. It also appears that the widow of John 
Lines was " Hannah." John Hitchcock died July 6, 1716. His 
widow Mary married April 18, 1717, Samuel Clark. 

THEIR CHILDREN WERE : 

i. A Daughter^, b. Oct. 1, 1671, at New Haven, 
ii. Samuel, b. 1672, at New Haven; d. young. 
218. iii. Abigail, b. April 10, 1674; m. Jacob Johnson. 



219. 


iv. 


220. 


V. 


221. 


vi. 




vii. 


222. 


viii. 


223. 


ix. 




X. 


224. 


xi. 


225. 


xii. 



FAillLY OF JOHN. 119 

Mary, b. Dec. 10, 1676; m. Benjamin Beach. 
Nathaotel, h. April 18, 1679; m. Sarah Jennings. 
Margery, b. Sept. 9, 1681 ; m. Joseph Munson. 
Elizabeth, b. April 8, 1681; prob. m. Daniel Lines. 
John, b. Oct. 18, 1685; m. 1st, Marlow Munson. 
Matthias, b. May 26, 1688 ; m. Thankful Andrews. 
Hannah, b. Jan. 9, 1690 — 1 ; prob. ra. John Lines. 
Dajiaris, b. July 11, 1693; m. Sylvamis Clark. 
Benjamin, b. March 24, 1696; m. Elizabeth Ives. 



THIRD GENERATION' AND CHILDREN. 

218. 

Abigail^ Hitchcock (John^, Matthias^) daughter of John and 
Abigail (Merriman) Hitchcock, was born in New Haven, Conn., 
April 10, 1674. She married Dec. 14, 1697, Jacob^ Johnson, son of 
William Johnson, who was born in 1669. She was the mother of 
his twelve children and died Jan. 9, 1726. He married 2d, Dorcas, 
so named in his will. Sergeant Jacob Johnson was an uncle of 
Samuel Johnson, the first President of King's College. He died in 
the summer of 1749, as. 80. His will was dated June 3, 1749 and 
was administered Aug. 1, 1749. By its terms his property was 
divided among : " dau. Sarah, wife of Daniel Bartholomew ; grandaus. 
Lydia and Prudence Holt, daus. of Capt. Benj. Holt, late of Wal- 
lingford ; eldest son Reuben (for his, Reuben's, son who had not the 
use of his right reason) ; Eunice dau. of his son Israel deceased, 
who is sick and weakly ; sons, Reuben, Isaac, Enos, Abner, Caleb, 
Dan., Jacob; and grandsons, sons of Israel deceased." The estate, 
clear of debts and charges, amounted to £13,603, 4s., 3d. The 
children of Abigail (Hitchcock) Johnson were : 

1. Beuben*, b. Aug. 27, 1694; m. Mary Dayton. 

2. Isaac, b. Feb. 21, 1695—6. 

3. Eunice, b. June, 1697. 

4. Abigail, b. , 1699. 



120 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH IH. 

5. Enos. 

6. Abner, b. Aug. 2, 1702; (Capt.) ; m. Charity Dayton. 

7. Caleb, b. , 1703; m. Rachel Brockett. 

8. Israel, b. , 1705; d. before 1749, leaving one daughter and 

one son. 

9. Daniel, h. ■ , 1707. 

10. Sarah, b. , 1710; m. Daniel Bartholomew. 

11. Jacob, b. April i, 1713 ; Rev. of Groton, Conn. 

12. Lydia, b. ; d. June 8, 1729. 

219. 

Mary^ Hitchcock {John^, Matthias''-) daughter of John and Abi- 
gail (Merrinian) Hitchcock, was born in Wallingford, Conn., Dec. 
10, 1676. She married (probably in 1695) Benjamin Beach of 
Wallingford, Conn. Their children, 1696 to 1713, were born in 
Wallingford; but we find that later, "Benj. Beach and his wife 
Mary left Wallingford and settled in Hanover, Hunterdon Co., West 
Jersey. This is shown by deed from him dated at the above place 
whereby he relinquishes his claim to property coming to him through 
his wife. The children of Mary (Hitchcoclc) Beach were : 

1. Peter*, b. Sept. 14, 1696. 

2. Eunice, b. Aug. 3, 1698. 

3. Benjamin, b. May 19, 1702 

4. Mary (twin), b. May 19, 1702. 

5. Noali, b. Nov. 15, 1705. 

6. Abner, b. Sept. 17, 1708. 

7. Tabitha, b. Feb. 12, 1712. 

8. Lydia, b. Aug. 27, 1713. 

220. 

Nathaniel' Hitchcock (John'^, Matthias'-) son of John and Abi- 
gail (Merriman) Hitchcock, was born in Wallingford, Conn., April 
18, 1679. He married, April 5, 1704, Sarah Lewis Jennings. He 
died May 12, 1710, and his widow, July 12, 1711, married John 
Johnson. 

THEIR children WERE : 

i. SARAH^ b. March 13, 1705 ; m. June 14, 1722, Aaron Cooke. 

She d. Aug. 11, 1735. 
ii. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 26, 1707; m. Nov. 10, 1726, Nathaniel 

Beadles, b. Dec. 15, 1703. 
iii. Hannah, b. Jan. 11, 1709 ; m. March 7, 1727, Caleb Matthews. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 121 



221. 



Maegert^ Hitchcock (John^, Matthias^) daughter of John and 
Abigail (Merriman) Hitchcock was born Sept. 9, 1681, in Walling- 
ford, Conn. She married March 10, 1699, Ensign Joseph^ Munson, 
{Joseph^) who was born Nov. 1, 1677. He died Oct. 30, 1725, 
leaving estate valued at £697-06-11. Margery, before Jan. 1, 
1727 — 8, married 2d, Stephen Peck, as at that date he appears in 
court in her behalf as administrator of estate of Joseph Munson. 
The children of Margery (Hitchcock) Munson were : 

1. Abel*, b. Jan. 10, 1701. 

2. Abigail, b. April 21, 1704. 

3. Joseph, b. Dec. 25, 1705. 

4. Desire, b. Feb. 19, 1707. 

5. Thankful, b. Jan. 8, 1708. 

6. Ephraim, b. Nov. 5, 1714. 

7. Margery, b. Oct. 10, 1717. 

8. Jemima, b. March 27, 1720. 

9. Agur, b. April 9, 1725; d. Dec. 17, 1726. 

222. 

JoHN^ Hitchcock (JoJm,- Matthias^) son of John and Abigail 
(Merriman) Hitchcock, was born in Wallingford, Conn., Oct. 16, 
1685. He married 1st, Nov. 21, 1712, Marlow Munson, who became 
the mother of ten of his children. In New Haven probate records 
he is sometimes called John Hitchcock of Wallingford, and some- 
times of New Haven. Legal documents also call him "John 
Hitchcock of Cheshire " where three of Marlow (Munson) Hitch- 
cock's children were born. She died July 1, 1739. He married 2d, 
Nov. 29, 1739, Elizabeth Chatterton. He died May 22, 1760. By 
his will he left a part of his property to his " wife Elizabeth so long 
as she remains my widow." She remained his widow for almost 
twenty-eight years, as she died May 4, 1788. In 1789, May 18th, 
right was granted to her son Amos* Hitchcock to administer on the 
unadministered estate of John^ Hitchcock of Cheshire. He had 
represented, " The widow Elizabeth is now dead and her dower in 
said estate has not been divided, and many of the heirs are poor and 
not able to bear the expense of dividing, and others are in distant 
parts of the world," and had requested " liberty to sell so much of 
the dower as shall pay the cost of dividing the same." The court 



122 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

ordered the remaining dower to be divided among the heirs of the 
seven sons of the deceased. Titus, who had died in 1781, had pre- 
viously bought the rights of Peter, John and Dan in said dower. 
Most of the sons of John^ Hitchcock settled in the south part of 
Cheshire, Conn., where their father owned land. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Peter'', b. Oct. 14, 1713; m. Hannah Smith. 

Martha, b. April 1, 1715; m. Sept. 5, 1735, Joshua Doolittle. 
who d. childless in 1780, bequeathing his property to his 
wife and to his namesake, Joshua Doolittle Waterman. 

John, b. May 11, 1717; m. Wid. Elizabeth Munroe. 

Eliakim, b. Sept. 7, 1719; d. March 30, 1723. 

JOTHAM, b. Eeb. i, 1722 ; m. Mary Hull. 

Dan, b. March 14, 1724; m. Esther Miles. 

Eliakim, b. June 13, 1726 ; m. Betty Hill. 

Titus, b. Jan. 31, 1729; m. Hanuah Munson. 

Katherine, b. July 10, 1731 ; m. Shurben JohuLSon. 

Benjamin, bapt. Feb. 5, 1733, in Cheshire; prob. d. Dec. 15, 
1737. 

BY SECOND WIFE. 

Amos, b. Dec. 28, 1740; m. Sibyl Tuttle. 

David, b. Sept. 17, 1742; not mentioned in his father's will. 

Elizabeth, b. Oct. 24, 1743. 

Elisha, b. Oct. 24, 1743; not mentioned in will. 



223. 

Matthias^ Hitchcock (John^, Matthias'^) son of John and Abi- 
gail (Merriman) Hitchcock, was born in Wallingford, Conn., May 
26, 1688. He married 1st, Dec. 27, 1710, Thankful Andrews. 
Deeds on record at New Haven 1748, show that Matthias Hitchcock 
married 2d, Deborah, widow of Josiah Tuttle, and daughter of 
Thomas and Abigail Barnes, and granddaughter of Samuel Woodin. 
She was born Feb. 1, 1698. He married, 3d, Jan. 10, 1754, Widow 
Sarah Hough. His will, dated Sept. 30, 1762, was admitted to 
probate in Feb., 1763. Therein his widow is called Sarah. 
his children were : 
i. Matthias\ b. June 19, 1711; d. April 7, 1726. 
ii. Nathaniel, b. Oct. 15, 1712; d. July 25, 1732, at New Cheshire 

of small pox. 
iii. Valentine, b. Feb. 14, 1715; d. Oct. 24, 1740; unm. Admin- 
istration on his estate sjranted his father, Jan., 1740^1. 



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iv. 


228. 


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229. 


vi. 


230. 


vii. 


231. 


viii. 


232. 


ix. 




X. 


233. 


xi. 




xii. 




xiii. 




xiv. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 12S 

234. iv. Oliver, b. Nov. 14, 1716; m. Thankful Parker. 

235. V. Jason, h. Ang. 16, 1718 ; m. Lydia Cook. 

vi. WiLLLiM, b. Oct. 16, 1720; not mentioned in will, 
vii. Thankiul, b. March 29, 172.5; m. May 21, 1745. Eliphalet 
Parker. 

236. viii. Matthl\s, b. Feb. 11, 1727 ; m. Eunice Hulls. 

ix. Ebenezer, b. Sept. 14, 1728; on "Feb. 25, 1774, Ebenezer 
Hitchcock of Xew Haven sold land in Xew Cheshire, In 
Wallingford which was sett off to his mother ' in distribu- 
tion of estate of my fatlier Matthias.' " No further 
record of Ebenezer has been found. 
X. Tabith.i, b. Feb. 26, 1730; m. July 19, 1749, Bethnel Parker, 
b. April 2, 1727; d. March 13, 1778. 

237. xi. Nathaniel, b. May 7, 1733; m. Olive Ives. 

xii. Exos, b. April 9, or 27, 1735; m. 1st, before 1764, Rachel 
Woodin, dau. of Daniel Woodln. New Haven deeds show 
that, Sept. 28, 1756, Enos Hitchcock of Wallingford 
deeded to Oliver his brother; May 3, 17fl4, Enos and 
Rachel his wife of New Haven, Conn., deeded to Thomas 
Gilbert. In 1767, Enos sold his New Haven farm, but in 
1772, he is still called Enos of New Haven; and March 2, 
1779, Enos and Rachel Hitchcock of New Haven, give to 
Matthew Gilbert all right which fell to them from estate 
of their mother Sarah Woodin, late of New Haven, 
deceased. Cheshire, Conn., church records say "Enos 
Hitchcock, married 2d, Oct. 29, 1793, Sarah Stedman." 
xiii. Hannah, b. March 9, 1737, baptism given on church records 
1731 ; m. May 19, 1762, James Humiston. 



224. 

Dajlaeis^ Hitchcock (John^, Matthias''-) daughter of John and 
Abigail (Merrimaii) Hitchcock of New Haven and Wallingford. 
She was born June 11, 1693 at Wallingford. She married April 22,. 
] 717, Sylvanus Clark, who was born Feb. 1, 1692. He died in 1740, 
or early in 1741. His will shows that he had married a second time- 
The children of Damaris (Hitchcock) Clark were : 

1. Jonah*, b. Jan. 31, 1718. He d. unm. before his father. His 

will, dated Dec. 8, 1740, gives his property to Phebe Curtis, 
to whom he was engaged, and to brother William and. 
sister Thankful (Clark) Curtis. 

2. Thankful, b. Dec. 21, 1719; m. in Oct., 1755, James Curtis. 



:124 DESCENDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

225. 

Capt. Benjamin 3 Hitchcock [John^ , Matthias^) son of John and 
Abigail (Merriman) Hitchcock, was born at Wallingford, Conn., 
March 24, 1696. He lived in Cheshire, Conn., and also bought land 
•of Josiah Lewis in Southington Parish. He married, Oct. 1, 1718, 
Elizabeth Ives, born Sept. 6, 1700, daughter of Joseph and Esther 
Ives, who died Aug. 8, 1762. Capt. Benjamin died Feb. 12, 1767. 
The following quit claim is interesting as showing where the children 
■ of Benjamin settled. Farmington records show that on March 15, 
1767, the children of Capt. Benjamin Hitchcock, Nathaniel Hitch- 
cock, Elnathan Andrews and Hannah his wife of Wallingford, and 
Daniel Bradley, 3d, and Abigail his wife of New Haven town and 
Co. and Samuel Hitchcock and David Hitchcock of Farmington, quit 
claim to their brother Bela Hitchcock of Wallingford their interest 
.in land which their father bought of Josiah Lewis in Southington 
Parish. 

HIS CHILDREN WBRB : 

238. i. Bbla, b. Oct. 27, 1719; m. 1st, Sarah Atwater. 

ii. Hannah, b. Sept. 12, 1721 ; m. May 26, 1740, Elnathan Andrews. 

239. iii. Benjamin, b. Feb. 23, 1724; m. Rhoda Cook. 
Iv. Elizabeth, b. Eeb. 23, 1726. 

V. Abigail, b. May 10, 1728; m. Dec. 9, 1747, Daniel Bradley, 
Jr., of New Haven. 
■240. vi. Samuel, b. April 1, 1730; m. Tamar. 

vii. Nathaniel, b. June 30, 1732 ; d. March 12, 1734. 
viii. Enos, by eh. records was bapt. April, 1734. 
ix. Joseph, b. July 12, 1739 ; d. Nov. 1, 1760. 
X. Nathaniel, b. Sept. 12 or 20, 1739 ; m. May 4, 1768, Lydia 
Dutton, and d. without children. May 30, 1770. The 
property was divided among the widow and his brothers 
and sisters with no mention of either Elizabeth or Joseph. 
.241. xi. David, b. June 29, 1742; m. Hannah Doolittle. 
xii. Damaeis, b. Sept. 3, 1745 ; d. Nov. 25, 1756. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 125- 

FOURTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

226. 

Peter* Hitchcock (John^, John^, Matthias^) son of John and. 
Marlow (Munson) Hitchpock, was born Oct. 14, 1713. He married 
Hannah Smith, June 18, 1737. He lived one mile south of Cheshire 
Center. His house built by him in 1737, afterward occupied by 
Capt. David Hitchcock is still standing. The timbers and rafters 
used in its construction were from the old first church of Cheshire,, 
which was torn down that year. He was a carpenter. He died 
Sept. 15, 1774, and his wife twelve days later Sept. 27, 1774. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

i. Reubex=, b. May 11, 1738; d. unm. Nov. 1, 1759, lost in a 
scout under Major Rogers, returning from St. Francois. 
Tradition says that he was eaten by his starving, 
companions. 

Amasa, b. Oct. 3, 1739 ; m. Sarah Bradley. 

Vaiextixe, b. April 15, 1741; m. Sarah Hotchliiss. 

Peter, b. May 17, 1743; d. May 16, 1744. 

Peter, b. Feb. 6, 1745; d. April 4, 1782. 

Haxxah, b. Dec. 23, 1746; m. John Hulls. 

Abxer, b. March 6, 1748—9; m. May 19, 1773, Esther Hull and 
d. childless Xov. 27,1773. Hiswidowfor £5 relinquished 
to his brother and sister her claim in the estate. 
245. viii. David, b. Nov. 10, 1751; m. Lois Cook. 

227. 

John* Hitchcock (John^, John'', Matthias^) son of John and 
Marlow (Munson) Hitchcock, was born May 11, 1717. He married 
April 30, 1761, Widow Elizabeth Munroe and lived in New Cheshire,. 
Conn. He died in 1771, as administration on his estate was granted 
to his brother Amos on the third Monday in Nov., 1771. His 
widow apparently married Amos Andrews as on March 19, 1776 
Amos Andrews and Elizabeth Andrews of "\Yallingford, Conn, 
relinquish "to Valentine and Asahel Hitchcock, both of Walling- 
ford, all right of said Elizabeth Andrews to house and homestead of 
John Hitchcock deceased which she had as her dower during her 
natural life. House and land lyeth in New Cheshire Parish, about 
one mile east of meeting house, where said John Hitchcock last 
dwelt." 



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126 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

246. i. John Lee*, b. June 9, 1762 ; m. Eunice Huflson. 
ii. Nabby Lord, b. July 2, 1764. 

iii. Luce, b. Nov. 7, 1767. 
iv. Ollb, b. Nov. 7, 1767. 

228. 

JoTHAM* Hitchcock (John^, John^, Matthias^) son of John and 
Marlow (Munson) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 4, 1722. He married 
Oct. 3, 1745, Mary Hull. He died Sept. 24, 1767 and his estate was 
divided Nov. 15, 1773, between his nine children. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. SakahS b. Teb. 11, 1749 (townrec.) ; bapt. Jan. 8, 1748 (church 
rec.) ; m. EliasHallof Cheshire. 

247. ii. Lyman, b. March 15, 1746 — 7; m. SopMa Cabot. > 

iii. Marlow, b. Dec. 26, 1750; m. Noadiah Root, Oct. 24, 1775. 

iv. Mary, b. Dec. 4, 1752 ; living unin. in Wallingford in 1789. 
V. JoTHAM, b. Nov. 6, 1754; was in Cheshire in 1789. 

vi. Brampton, b. Jan. 4, 1758; lived in Wallingford, was a Rev- 
olutionary Pensioner; enlisted March 11, 1777 and served 
into 1780—81. 

vii. Mbbinda, b. Feb. 4, 1762; m. Feb. 19, 1787, Stephen Clark, Jr. 
viii. Patience Hull, b. Sept. 13, 1763; d. Nov. 3, 1774. 

ix. Blias, b. Oct. 25, 1766; was living in Cheshire, Conn. 1789, 
where he quitclaims, to his sister Mary of Wallingford, 
land which descended to him from his grandfather John. 

229, 

Dan* Hitchcock [JoJin^, Jolin'^, Matthias''-) son of John and 
Marlow (Munson) Hitchcock, was born March 14, 1724. He 
married, Aug. 17, 1743, Esther Miles of Cheshire, who was after- 
wards " bapt. in 1st church of New Cheshire, April, 1745." He 
died Nov. 17, 1797, and his will was admitted to probate Dec. 4, 
1797. His children, all except Benajah, were alive at the date of 
his death. 

HIS children wbbe : 

248. i. ASAIIEL^ b. Dec. 24, 1743; m. Abigail Law. 

249. ii. Eliakim, b. Aug. 8, 1746; m. possibly, Amy Andrews, 
iii. Martha, b. April 10, 1748; m. Oct. 17, 1764, Amos Hulls, 
iv. Esther, b. May 23, 1751 ; m. June 6, 1771, Benoni Plumb. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 127 

250. T. Dan, b. Oct. 19, 1752; m. Anna Perkins. 

vl. EnsiCE, b. Not. 28, 1754; m. Dec. 26, 1771, Setb Johnson. 

251. vii. SAKiVH, b. Sept. 6, 1757; m. Ichabod Tuttle. 
viii. Ltdia, b. Dec. 8, 1759. 

ix. Susannah, b. Feb. 14, 17(52 ; m. June 7, 1781, Samuel Durand. 

X. Geokge, b. July 11, 1764; had son Hanover*. 

xl. Benajah, b. July 16, 1766, or Sept. 19, 1766. 

252. xii. Seth, b. Not. 12, 1770; m. Rosetta Bradley. 

xiii. Makt Ann, b. Feb. 9, 1774; prob. m. April 10, 1794, Ephraim 
Preston. 

230. 

Eliakim* Hitchcock (John^, JoJin^, Matthias^) son of John and 
Marlow (Munson) H'tclicock, was born June 13, 1726. He married 
1st, July 23, 1752, Betty Hill, who died Marcli 31, 1754. He 
married 2d, Esther. He lived for a short time in New Haven on the 
lot bordered north on George St. He bought this place in 1786. 
He died Jan. 19, 1788, ae. 61. Esther and Rufiis administered on 
his estate. The distribution mentions, Betty, Abigail, Eufus, Elia- 
kim, Clarina, Martha and Esther. Widow Esther died Feb. 3, 1802, 
ae. 66. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Betty Hu-l', b. March 2, 1754; m. in Dorchester, 
ii. Abigail, b. Dec. 6, 1756; m. Sept. 2, 1782, Elisha Benham. 
iii. J,iRED, b. July 30, 1758; d. at Long Island Oct. 5, 1781. His 
tombstone records, "Thoughtless he wandered from his 
natiTe shore and laid his ashes in a hostile land." 
253 iv. Rm-us, b. April 1, 1760; m. Hannah Lewis, 

v. Katherise, b. May 30, 1762. 
Ti. Philomelia, b. Dec. 17, 1764; d. May 2, 1778. 
Tii. Clarina, b. Oct. 18, 1767; m. Dec. 18, 1788, Silas Doolittle. 
Tiii. Esther, b. June 2, 1770 ; d. before her brother Blialiim. 
ix. Martha, b. Feb. 10, 1773; m. possibly John Grannis, April 

14, 1808. 
X. ELiAKni, d. about 1805, leaving two daus : 1, Philomblia* ; 
2, Julia. 

231. 

Titcs* Hitchcock {Johv^, John^, Matthias^) sou of John and 
Marlow (Munson) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 81, 1729. He married 
July 30, 1759, Hannah Munson. He died "killed by a tree" in 



128 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

1781. According to Wallingford records the inventory of his estate 
was taken April 5, 1781. At the division of his estate Feb. 6, 1787, 
the children mentioned were Reuben, Harvey, Titus Vespasian, 
Obedience, Olive, wife of Wm. Eay, Lucy and Eunice. By Cheshire, 
Conn. , records we learn that two children of Titus Hitchcock died, 
one Dec. 1, 1772 ; one July 1, 1773. 

HIS CHILDKESr WBKB : 

i. Reuben', b. Dec. 28, 1759. 

li. Obedience, b. Oct. 8, 1761 ; m. Wooster. 

iii. Hakvey, b. April 23, 1765. 

iv. Hannah, b. Sept. 1, 1767. 

V. Lois, b. July 31, 1770. 

vi. Titus Vespasian, bapt. Feb. 4, 1773; d. in 1807 without 
children. 

vii. Lucy Munson, b. Oct. 3, 1776 ; m. April 3, 1790, Blakeslee. 

viii. Eunice, b. Oct. 3, 1778; d. unm. Sept. 23, 1801. 

ix. Olive, b. possibly 1768 ; m. William Ray, May 14, 1781. 

232. 

Katheeine* Hitchcock {John^, John^, Matthias^) daughter of 
John and Marlow (Munson) Hitchcock, born July 10, 1731, in 
Cheshire, Conn. She married in April, 1751, Shurben Johnson, of 
Wallingford, Conn. The children of Katherine (Hitchcock) John- 
son born in "Wallingford were : 

1. Ohloe\ b. 15, 1752. 

2. Titus, b. Feb. 23, 1754. 

3. Elizaheth, b. Feb. 23, 1756. 

4. Katherine, b. May 15, 1758. 

5. Jonathan, b. May 12, 1762. 

6. JBeuben, b. May 28, 1764. 

7. Lyman, h. March 25, 1766. 

8. Mirana, b. July 1, 1768. 

9. Lura, b. July 14,.1771. 

10. Marlow Munson, b. May 24, 1774. 

233. 

Amos* Hitchcock (JoJm^, John^, Matthias^) son of John and 
Elizabeth (Ghatterton) Hitchcock, was born Dec. 28, 1740. He 
married May 31, 1764, Sibyl Tuttle, b. April 13, 1747, daughter of 
Moses and Sibyl (Thomas) Tuttle of Cheshire, Conn. Tattle Gen- 



FAMILY OP JOHN. 129 

ealogy, says that Amos and his wife Sibyl removed to Canada and 
died there; but May 18, 1789, he is appointed administrator of the 
estate of John Hitchcock of Cheshire, and of his mother Elizabeth 
(Chatterton) Hitchcock's dower. Division was finally made among 
Amos, the heirs of Jotham and the heirs of Titus who had bought 
the right of the other sons of John. Cheshire records show that 
Amos died April 17, 1792, and Wallingford probate records that on 
May 30, 1792, David Hitchcock informs the court of the death of 
Amos and is appointed administrator. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

254. i. Ira', b. June 16, 1765; m. Hannah Hotchkiss. 
ii. Amos, b. Jan. 5, 1768; d. Xov. 17, 1768. 

ill. Amarilla, b. Oct. 4, 1769. 

iv. Amos, b. May 17, 1772. 

V. John. 

vi. HusHi. 

255. vii. Barak, bapt. April 30, 1780. 

234. 

Olivek* Hitchcock (MattJdas^, JoJm' , Matthias^) son of Matthias 
and Thankful (Andrews) Hitchcock, was born Nov. 14, 1716. He 
married 1st, Oct. 19, 1744, Thankful Parker, the mother of all his 
children, who died June 5, 1772, se. 47. He married 2d, Sept. 29, 
1773, Widow Anna Munson. He died, July 14, 1790, in Walling- 
ford, Conn. His will, dated Feb. 8, 1776, was admitted to pro- 
bate Aug. 6, 1790. His widow and Oliver, Jr. were executors. 
Widow Anna died Jan. 16, 1804, a. 98. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. MaryS b. July 13, 1745; m. Oct. 30, 1765, Joshua Parker, 

ii. Thankfui,, b. May 13, 1747; m. May 15, 1766, John Lewis, 

iii. Eebecca, b. Jan. 18, 1749. 

iv. Haxnah, b. Oct. 11, 1750; d. Xov. 5, 1752. 

256. V. Oliver, b. Feb. 24, 1755; m. Mercy Parker. 

ri. Saeah, b. March 19, 1757; m. June 21, 17-75, Titus Bassett of 

New Haven, b. Oct. 24, 1753. She d. July 28, 1835. 
vii. Damaeis, b. Nov. 6, 1758; m. Nov. 26, 1777, Moses Tuttle ; 

2d; Kes. Prospect, Conn, 
viii. Dinah, b. Nov. 23, 1760. 
ix. Jestixa, b. Nov. 23, 1760; bapt. Dec. 28, 1760; d. April 22,. 
1777. 

257. X. Daniel, b. , 1768; m. 1st Chloras Mills. 

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130 DESCEHDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

xi. Jason, b. July 22, 1764(?) ; cl. before bis father. 

258. xli. JOASH, b. Jan. 27, 1765; m. Mary Munsoii. 
xiii. Moses, b. July 1, 1770; cl. Jan. 10, 1771. 

235. 

Jason* Hitchcock (Matthias^ , John^ , Matthias^) son of Matthias 
and Thankful (Andrews) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 16, 1718. He 
married 1st, Sept. 20, 1743, Lydia Cook, born March 2, 1726. She 
died Dec. 30, 1753; and he married 2d, Oct. 3, 1754, Thankful 
Andrews. He died April 24, 1802 or as church record states Aug. 
27, 1808. His will is dated Feb. 28, 1800. 

THEIR CHILDREN WEKE : 

i. William", b. June 26, 1744; cl. y. 

259. ii. Thomas, b. X)ec. 20, 1746; m. Hannah Moss. 

260. lii. Lemuel, b. Dec. 20, 1749; m. Mamre Hotchkiss. 
iv. Jason, b. July 12, 1752 ; cl. y. 

V. Jason, b. Oct. 10, 1755; cl. y. 

261. vi. IcH,U30D, b. Dec. 18, 1756; m. 1st, Lydia Cook. 

262. vii. Levi, b. 1758 or 1760; m. Mary Andrews. 

viii. Thankful, b. March 20, 1761 ; ra. Jan. 20, 1779, Josiah 
Smith, 
ix. Jason, b. Nov. 11, 1764. 

X. William Andrews, b. June 28, 1769. The following notice of 
deed may apply to this Wm. Andrews Hitchcock or to 
Wm. son of Matthias and Eunice Hulls : " Feb. 5, 1795," 
" Wm. Hitchcock and Phebe his wife of Woodbridge, to 
Hannah Hotchkiss of New Haven, land there, formerly a 
part of the home lot of Ezekiel Hotchkiss, which was 
distributed to Ebenezer Hotchkiss and his six sisters; 
being all of estate of said Ezekiel Hotchkiss distributed 
to said Phebe." ' 

236. 

Matthias* Hitchcock {Matthias^, John^, Matthias^) son of Mat- 
thias and Thankful (Andrews) Hitchcock, was born P'eb. 11, 1727. 
He married, Jan. 28, 1762, Eunice Hulls. 

HIS childken were : 
i. Abigail", b. Dec. 12, 1762; ra. Noah Hotchkiss. 
ii. William, b. Nov. 27, 1764 ; perhaps m. Phebe Hotchkiss. 
ill. Matthias, b. Oct. 6, 1766. 
iv. Eunice, b. Eeb. 28, 1769 ; d. y. 



FAMILY OP JOHN. 131 

V. JMary, b. Nov. 21, 1771. 
vi. Nathajjibl, b. Aug. 2, 1774; m,. possibly Apnl 24, 1790,Merab 

Andrews, 
vii. ErxiCE, b. April 26, 1777. 

237. 

Xathaxiel* Hitchcock {Matthias^, John-, Matthias^) son of 
Matthias and Thankful (Andrews) Hitchcock, was bom May 7, 
1733. He lived in Walliugfoi'd, Conn. He married 1st, March 1, 
1759, Olive Ives. She died Aug. 19, 1780, se. 39. He married 2d, 
Sarah, who died in 1803, se. 53. Nathaniel died March 13, 1818. 

HIS CHILDREX WEKIC : 

i. Ixi-axt5, b.Feb. 17, 1782; d. Feb. 18, 1782. 

ii. Olive, b. May 23, 1784; m. Asaliel Curtis, 

iii. Xathaxikl, b. Nov. 20, 178.5 ; d. before liis father. 

iv. Sarah, b. Apiil 6, 1788; m. Feb. 26, 1806, Samuel Yale. 

V. lluTH, b. May 9, 1789 ; m. May 3, 1811, James Clarlc. 

vi. Samuel, b. .June 8, 1793; m. Jan. 18, 1815, Clarissa Bunnell of 
(;heslilie. Conn. 

238. 

Bela* Hitchcock {Benjamin^ , John^, Matthias'-) son of Capt. 
Benjamin and Elizabeth (Ives) Hitchcock, was born Oct. 27, 1719, 
in Wallingford Conn. In Farmington land records he is called Belah 
Hitchcock of Wallingford. He also owned land in Southington. 
He married 1st, Dee. 25,1744, Sarah Atwater, who died Oct. 23, 
1746. He married 2d, Nov. 24, 1747, Hannah Atwater, b. Dec. 
28, 1722. Bela Hitchcock died, Oct. 12, 1796, in Cheshire, Conn. 
His will was admitted to probate Feb. 21, 1797. His widow Han- 
nah died June 28, 1805, se. 83. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 
i. ISAAC^ b. Jan. 11, 1745—6; d. Jan. 23, 1746. 
Isaac, b. Oct. 26, 1748; d. May 27, 1749. 
Bela. b. Sept. 21, 1750; m. Abigail. 

Haxxah, b. Dec. 31, 1752; m. Sept. 17, 1783, Joseph Atwater. 
Asa. b. Feb. 11, 1755; m. Asenatli Doolittle. 
Sarah, b. Aug. 1, 1757. 
Aaron, b. Dec. 6, 1759; m. Ruth Tuttle. 
Joseph, b. Sept. 26, 1761; m. Rachel Johnsou Hall. 
Eunice, b. Sept. 16, 1764; m. March 12, 1797, Titus Atwater, 
who d. in Cheshire, Conn., Jan. 7, 1837; with no children. 





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239. 

Benjamin* Hitchcock {Benjamin^ , John^ , Matthias^) son of Capt. 
BeDJamin and Elizabeth (Ives) Hitchcock, was born at Wallingford, 
Feb. 23, 1724. He married, Feb. 27, 1745, Ehoda Cook, who was 
born Oct. 22, 1724, Cheshire, Conn, (once a parish of Wallingf ord) , 
and on Cheshire records he is called Benjamin Hitchcock of Cheshire, 
and his son Benjamin Hitchcock of Waterbury. On Feb. 11, 1793, 
Benjamin Hitchcock of Waterbury, Conn., appears before the Court 
of Probate and states that he was informed of the death of his 
father Oct. 4, 1792. His widow Rhoda died May 16, 1808. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

i. ThaddeusS b. Dec. 13, 1745; d. Aug. 8, 1752. 
ii. Hannah, b. March 9, 1748 ; m. Ward? 

267. iii. Benjamin, b. Nov. 24, 1752; m. Eunice Hotchkiss. 

iv. Khoda, b. Nov. 24, 1752; m. April 15, 1775. Cheshire record 

April 2, 1774, Obed Doolittle. 
V. Lucy, h. March 24, 1755. 
■ vi. Damakis, b. Dec. 5, 1756. 

268. vii. Thaddeus, b. March 10, 1760; m. 1st, Abigail Arnold. 



240. 

Samuel* Hitchcock {Benjamin'^, John^^ Matthias'^) son of Capt. 
Benjamin and Elizabeth (Ives) Hitchcock, was born April 1, 1730. 
He settled in Southington, Conn. In 1767, March 17, he was "of 

Farmington, Conn." He married Tamar . He died May 8, 

1798. Tamar died Dec. 7, 1816, se. 80. 

HIS CHILDEEN WEEE : 

Samuel", b. Feb. 27, 1757; m. Mary Munson. 

Caleb, b. May 17, 1760; m. 1st, prob. Ada Malory. 

Elizabeth, b. Dec. 29', 1763; m. Lines Thorp. 

Tamar, bapt. Aug. 25, 1765; m. as his 2d wife, Thomas 
Cowles. Tamar d. July 10, 1855, in Kensington, Conn., 
■X. 90. The children of Tamar Hitchcock and Thomas 
Cowles were: 1, Tamar^ Oowles; 2, Sophia Coales; S, 
Nancy Cowles; 4, Mhoda Oowles; 5, William Thomas 
Cowles; 6, Olivia Cowles; 7, Lucinda Cowles. 

Esther, b. ; m. Nov. 11, 1798, Barnabas Powers. Shed. 

Sept. 20, 1802. 



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241. 

David* Hitchcock {Benjamin^ , John^, Matthias^) son of Capt. 
Benjamin and Elizabeth (Ives) Hitchcock, was born June 29, 1742. 
He maiTied Hannah Doolittle of Cheshire. In 1767 he is called 
" David Hitchcock of Farmington." He settled in Southington, 
Conn., on what is now known as the Ransom Frisbie place. He was 
a minute man and served a few months as a private. At a special 
town meeting held in Cheshire, Conn., June 26, 1780, David Hitch- 
cock was appointed one of " a committee for hiving the soldiers to 
fill up the continental army for the term of three years, or during the 
present war." " When the British fleet entered New Haven harbor, 
minute guns were fired to alarm the neighboring towns. David 
Hitchcock was cutting rye. Hearing the guns he left his cradle in 
the swath. Going to his home, he was soon ready and on his way to 
New Haven." — (Southington Records.) 

He died July 27, 1814, and his widow Hannah died Dec. 21, 1815. 

HIS CHILDI'.EX WERE : 

i. Phebe', b. Nov. 27, 1766; m. March 23, 1786, Solomon Rugg, a 

miller. She was admitted March 4, 1804, to the church in 

Southington, as the wife of Solomon Rugg. She d. in 

1835. 
ii. Haxnah, b. Aug. 4, 1768; m. Oct. 29, 1791, Moses Dutton, sou 

of Josepli. She d. in 1852, se. 84. 
iii. Maky Anx, b. June 14, 1770; m. Oct. 23, 1791, David Frost. 

Children: 1. Xaomi^Frost;2, LeviB. Frost ;i, Lucy Frost ; 

4, David S. Frost; 5, Martha Frost; 6, Patty Frost ; 7, 

Sylrester Frost; 8, Polly Frost. 

iv. Lucy, b. ; m. Mark Lewis. 

V. David, b. , 1774; d. Oct. 30, 1778. 

vi. Lydia, b. Aug. 4, 1777; m. Dec. 12, 1796, Heman Hall, 
vii. MiCAH, b. Dec. — , 1778; d. 1779. 
viii. Maktha, b. Oct. 29,1780; m. Oct. 18, 1802, Selah Upson; was 

his wife when admitted to Southington church in 1801 

and dismissed in 1803. She d. Dec. 31, 1863. 
ix. Abigail, bapt. April 27, 1783 ; m. before 1804, Eli Pratt and d. 

1851, ae. 68. 
X. Lois, b. Jan. 25, 1786 : m. April 27, 1809, Ransom Frisbie. 



134 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BEANCH III. 

FIFTH GENERATION AND CHILDEEN. 

242. 

Amasa^ Hitchcock (Petei-^, JoJm^, JoJm^, Matthias^) son of 
Peter and Hannah (Smith) Hitchcock, was born Oct. 3, 1739, in 
Cheshire, Conn. He married, Oct. 2, 1765, Sarah Bradley of Mt. 
Carmel, Conn., born in Feb., 1745. He was a farmer; also a ser- 
geant in the army in the year 1760, 2d Lieutenant 1776 and 1777, and 
a pensioner. Amasa Hitchcock was 87 when he died, and his grand- 
son Horace Gaylord Hitchcock of Cleveland, Ohio, gives this picture 
of him as he appeared when about 85. " I was making dirt ovens 
and looking down the street saw my grandfather coming. He sat 
straight as an arrow, in a two-wheeled carriage without a top, hold- 
ing tight reins ov(3r a white horse that went like the wind. He pulled 
up and jumped out like a boy. He wore a low crowned hat with a 
rounded top and a broad brim turned up behind, and curled in at the 
sides, and a long coat reached below his knees, and buttoned up in 
front to the throat, with a standing collar. His hair was as white as 
snow and fell down his back in curls. He walked up to me and 
shook hands. Then he put his hand into his side pocket, and took 
out a little leather bag, and untwisting the top, poked his forefinger 
round a heap of great silver pieces and handed me a ninepence.'' 
He died Feb. 27, 1827. 

HIS CHILDREN WBKB : 

i. Lure'', b. June 22, 1766; ni. March 1], 1792, Reuben Preston, 
and d. July 16, 1829. 

271. ii. Amasa, b. Feb. 16, 1768; m. Ist, Anna BJalseslee. 

iii. Hannah, b. Dec. 25, 1769 ; m. Dec. 23," 1789, Ellas Gaylord. 
She d. Oct. 2, 1826. 

iv. Sarah, b. Dec. 29, 1771 ; m. Dec. 5, 1792, Joseph Ives. 
V. Abigail, b. Dec. 4, 1773; m. April 7, 1798, Benjamin Lewis. 

vi. Mary, b. Nov. 13, 1775; m. July 16, 1797, Amasa Doolittle, 
ison of Titus Doolittle of Wallingford, Conn. She died 
at Cliesliire, Conn, le. 97. Children ; 1, Amasa Hitchcock'' 
Doolittle; 2, Mary Doolittle, who m. Reuben Palmer and 
resides at West Springfield, Mass. 

272. vii. Ruth, b. Feb. 1, 1779; m. Joseph Moss, 
viii. Silas, b. June 9, 1781 ; d. July 18, 1784. 

ix. Jairus, b. March 28, 1783; d. July 18, 1784. 

273. X. Silas, b. Junel, 1784; m. Polly Bradley. 

274. xi. Jaikus, b. Aug. 13, 1786; m. Amelia Andrews 



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135 



243. 



Valentine^ Hitchcock {Peter*, John^, John'', Matthias^) son of 
Peter and Hannah (Smith) Hitchcock, was born April 15, 1741, in 
Cheshire, Conn., where he lived and died. In his boyhood he ran 
away from home to enter the army in the old French war. He was 
a short man with black eyes, quick in his movements and of a fiery 
temperament. He was a tailor by trade, but owned some land in 
Cheshire. He married, Dec. 2, 1762, Sarah Hotchkiss, born Feb. 5, 
1742 — 3, daughter of Henry* {John^, John'^, Sainuel^) and Sarah 
(Benham) Hotchkiss of Wallingford, Conn. Samuel Hotchkiss came 
from Essex, Eng. and was at New Haven, Conn., as early as 1641. 
Sarah died Sept. 21, 1802, and Valentine April 28, 1809, both in 
Cheshire. 

HIS CHILDREN WICKE : 

i. Reltben", b. Jan. i, 1764, grad. at Yale 1786, was pastorof the 
cburch in Sunbury, Ga. and Pres. of the Academy several 
years; and was settled in Prospect, Conn., in 1790, and 
dismissed in 1794. He d. July 3, 1794. Had no children. 
His will shows that his library consisted of one hundred 
and twenty-seven books, valued at six shillings each. 

275. ii. Roger, b. July 8, 1766; m. Sophia Hickox. 
ill. Cynthia, b. July 11, 1769 ; d, May 29, 1800. 

276. iv. Sarah, b. March 30, 1773; m.Nov. 8, 1795, Dea. Jared Moss 

of Cheshire. She d. March 15, 1817. 

277. V. Patience Benham, b. Oct. 1, 1775; m. Feb. 2, 1794, Jared 

Moss, 2d. 
vi. Henry Lawrence, b. Nov. 17, 1778 ; m. Nov. 20, 1809, Abagail 
Hitchcock, dau. of Asahel son of Dan. He was a doctor 
and practiced in Waterbury, Conn. He d. without chil- 
dren, April 30, 1812. His widow d. March 3, 1855, se. 71. 
L'7n. vii. Peter, b. Oct. 19, 1781; m. Nabby Cook, 
viii. Mellssa, b. 1786; d. Aug. 5, 1794, as. 8. 



244. 

Hanxah° Hitchcock (Peter*, John^, John^, Matthias^) daughter 
of Peter and Hannah (Smith) Hitchcock, of Cheshire, Conn., was 
born Dec. 23, 1746. She married Dec. 13, 1764, Dr. John Hulls 
who was born April 17, 1739, son of Dr. .John and Sarah (Ives) 
Hulls. He was a physician and belonged to a family of physicians, 
his two brothers Zephaniah and Amos and his father John, his 



136 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

grandfather Benjamin and great-grandfather John, all practised medi- 
cine. He died in 1786. The children of Hannah (Hitchcock) Hulls 
were : 

1. John'', b. Oct. 3, 1765; d. Feb. 4, 1768. 

2. Eliakim, b. March 11, 1767. 

3. John, b. Mny 2, 1770. 

4. Nimrod, b. Feb. 11, 1773. 

5. Peter. 

6. Hannah, b. April 11, 1778. 

245. 

Capt. David^ Hitchcock {Peter'^, John^, John^, Matthias''-) son of 
Peter and Hannah (Smith) Hitchcock, was born Nov. 10, 1751, at 
Cheshire, Conn, but lived at Southington. He married Aug. 7, 
1771, Lois Cook. He was a Captain in the Eevolutionary Army ; 
Ensign in 1776, 7th Company Wadsworth's Brigade and 1st Lieut, 
in Col. McLellan's regiment. He died Nov. 27, 1829. Widow Lois 
died Oct. 5, 1832, te. 78. 

HIS OHILDRBN WERE : 

David", b. Dec. 18, 1771; m. Hamiah Andrews. 

Ukania, b. Jan. 4, 1774 ; m. Joseph Hall Cook. 

Abner, b. Sept. 4, 1777; m. Mary Warner. 

Lois, b. Sept. 2, 1781; m. June 15, 1806, Ephraim Tuttle, and 
d. Sept. 11. 1843. 

Lucy Ann, b. ; d. young. 

Marcus, b. March 4, 1784 ; m. Marcena Gaylord. 

Lee, b. April 9, 1788 ; d. June 28, 1788. 

Gaius, b. Feb. 15, 1791 ; m. Nov. 2, 1814, Lavinia Tuttle. He 
d. May 27, 1862 and she d. Oct. 11, 1878, «. 87. They had 
one child Julia Ann', b. Aug. 8, 1815, who m. July 26, 
1836, Benajah Beadles and had children: 1, William' 
Beadles; 2, Henry Beadles; 3, Edgar Beadles. 

246. 

John Lee^ Hitchcock (JoJin^, JoJin^, John^, Matthias^) son of 
John and Elizabeth (Munroe) Hitchcock, was born June 9, 1762, at 
New Cheshire, Conn. He married Eunice Hudson, daughter of Lett 
Hudson of Cheshire. He was a Revolutionary soldier. He was lost 
at sea in December, 1801 . Administration on his estate was granted 
Aug. 15, 1804, to Eunice his widow and others. 



279. 


i. 


280. 


ii. 


281. 


iii. 


282. 


iv. 




V. 


283. 


vi. 




vii. 




viii. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 137 



HIS CHILDKEX WERK : 

i. Meeab^, b. Dec. 5, 1786; m. Nov. 5, 1811, Timothy Glover 

Atwater, who was b. July 10, 1784 and d. Dec. 4, 1820. 
ii. John, b. Feb. 28, 1790; ni. Mary Cuitis and was a soldier in 

the war of 1812. 
iii. Eunice, b. June 5, 1793; m. Warren Benham. 
284. iv. Lambert, b. May 28, 1795; m. 1st, Ennice Alford. 

V. Lucy Almera, b. May 4, 1797. 
vi. Anxa, b. Sept. 10, 1799. 
vii. Elizaubth, b. Oct. 17, 1801. 



247. 

MajorLtman^ Hitchcock {Jotham*^, John^ , Jolin^, Matthias^) son 
of Jotham and Mary (Hull') Hitchcock, was born March 15, 1746 — 7, 
in Cheshire, Conn. He appears to have lived for a time in New 
Haven, Conn., for there is record of Lyman Hitchcock of New 
Haven selling Sept. 6, 1774, a part of his father's land in North 
Cheshire. He was 2d Lieut, of Elnore's Conn. State Regiment from 
April 15, 1776 to April, 1777. By Albany, N. Y. records, Oct., 
1781, it appears that he had been residing there since 1770 " in part- 
nership in trade " with Douglas & Crane, and that he then had no 
family. He was appointed Major of N. Y. Levies for service on the 
frontier, about July 1 , 1 780, for eight months, in the pay of Congress, 
and hence subsequently entitled to a pension. He married Sept. 14, 
1785, Sophia Cabot, daughter of Rev. Marston Cabotof Thompson, 
then North society of Killingly, Conn., who was born July 2,' 1756. 
In March, 1784, he sent petition to the Vermont Council and in 1788 
became first town clerk of Cabot, Vt., a town bought in 1781 by 
sixty-five persons and named Cabot after his wife. In 1790 he was 
the first Justice and in 1793 delegate to the Vermont Constitutional 
Convention. He died in New York State, town unknown, Feb. 15, 
1819. His widow died Nov. 28, 1825. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

285. i. DwlSHT CABOT^ b. April 2, 1787; m. Rachel Matthews, 
ii. Sophia Marston, b. Sept. 6, 1791; d. unm. Nov. 11, 1818. 

iii. Royal. Coebix, b. April 26, 1794; d. Jan. 2, 1804. 

286. iv. Hiraji Washington, b. June 25, 1799; m. Mary M. Andres. 

V. Horatio, b. Aug. 25, 1801 ; d. April 15, 1804. 



138 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

248. 

A SAHEL 5 Hitchcock {Dan*, John^, John^, Matthias^) son of Dan 
and Esther (Miles) Hitchcock, was bom Dec. 24, 1743. He married 
May 14, 1762, Abigail Law. " He lived in Cheshire and every one 
called him Uncle Asahel. He used to dig the graves in the old bury- 
ing ground perhaps twenty every year at two dollars each." He died 
July 30, 1824. The name of his daughter Abigail does not appear 
in his will ; but Wallingford, Conn, probate records give to Asahel 
a daughter Abigail and she is mentioned in the will of her mother 
who died Dec. 15, 1827, se. 80 years and eight months. 

HIS CHILDREN WEBB : 

i. Miles*, b. Oct. 5, 1762; d. May 14, 1767. 
ii. CiiAKLOTTB, b. April 23, 1765; d. June 21, 1765, a?. 2 mos. 

287. jii. Miles, b. Feb. 4, 1767: m. Caroline Aertse. 

iv. Maky Ann, b. Aug. 7, 1770, (WalllDgforcl records March 19, 

1769) ; m. Wm. Carrington, and d. June 12, 1848. 
V. Nabby, b. Feb. 7, 1773; d. Sept. 16, 1775. 

288. vl. Andrew Law, b. 1779 ; m. Catherine. 

vil. Abigail, b. 1784; m. Nov. 20, 1809, Dr. Henry Lawrence 
Hitchcock, son of Valentine, a physician of ■Waterbui7, 
Conn. She d. March 3, 1855, £6. 71. No children. 

249. 

EuAKiM" Hitchcock {Dan*, John^, John^, Matthias^) son of Dan 
and Esther (Miles) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 8, 1746. He married 
possibly Amy Andrus, May 14, 1797. A " wife of Eliakim" died 
June 9, 1809. . 

THEIR CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Amos Gift", bapt. Sept. 22, 1798. 

289. 11. Marcds. 
Hi. Alfred. 

Possibly also " Eliakim, Jr., bapt. Sept. 5, 1802." 

250. 

Dan5 Hitchcock {Dan*, John^, John^, Matthias^) son of Dan 
and Esther (Miles) Hitchcock, was born Oct. 19, 1752. He married 
1st, Aug. 4, 1774, Anna Perkius(?). Family records say that he 
married a Miss Prindle. He married 2d, Catherine Douglas. He 
was a blacksmith. Administration was granted to his widow, Cath- 
erine, May 2, 1817. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



139- 



290. 


11. 




iii. 


291. 


iv. 


292. 


V. 




Ti. 




vii. 




viii. 




ix. 



HIS CHILI>Rf;S W'ERF. : 

Rebecca", b. May 4, 1775; m. Perkins. 

Samuel, h. June 22, 1776; m. Sibyl Talmnge. 
Betsey, b. May 16, 1779; m. Amps Bristol of Clieshire. 
Chau.ncey, b. July 17, 1781; m.itfarjS'A'. Bristol.-Tt* ^/O- Ij^'f' 
Lymax, b. Jan. 2. 1784; m. Amy Hull. '■■ i^/- Stt-. .^"C€if</ /■^i 
AxxA, b. Oct. 19, 1785; m. John Reed of Mansfield, England. / 
Dan, b. Jan. 23, 1788: comb-maker, went to Baltimore and d. 

there of small pox. 
Esther, b. May 12, 1790. 
M.\TILDA, b. Jlay .J. 1793. 
X. Clarissa, b. June 3, 1795; m. Perkins. 

251. 

Sakah^ Hitchcock {Dan*, John^, John^, Matthias^) daughter of 
Dan and Esther (Miles) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 6, 1757. She 
married Nov. 2.5, 1774, Ichabod Tuttle, born Feb. 14, 1748, son of 
Moses and Sibyl (Thomas) Tuttle and brother of Sibyl Tuttle, who 
married Amos Hitchcock. She died Oct. 30, 1834. The children of 
Sarah (Hitchcock) Tuttle were : 

1. Dan. 

2. Sally, b. 1777. 

3. Clarissa, b. 1779. 

4. Friend, b. 1781. 

5. Susannah, b. 1783. 

6. Ichabod, b. 1784. 

7. Alfred, h. 1786. 
d. Minerva, b. 1788. 
9. Benajah, b. 1790. 

10. Lavinia, b. 1792 ; m. Gains" Hitclicock, son of Capt. David°. 

11. Zephaniah. 

12. Sarah Julia, b. 1796. 

13. 3Iaria. b. 1798. 

252. 

Seth^ Hitchcock {Dan*, Jolin^, John-, Matthias^) son of Dan; 
and Esther (Miles) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, Conn., Nov. 
12, 1770. He married March 18, 1796, Eosetta Bradley. He died 
in Cheshire. 

their children were: 
i. Alfred, b. March 28, 1797; m. Dec. 14, 1826, Hnklah A- 

Hotchklss. 
ii. Emily, b. ; m. Aaron Cook of Cheshire. 



140 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

253. 

Col. RuFns^ Hitchcock {EliaMm'^ , John^, Jdhn"^, Matthias'^) son 
•of Eliakim and Esther Hitchcock, was born April 1, 1760. He 
married 1st, July 11, 1792, Hannah Lewis, daughter of Job and 
Hannah (Curtis) Lewis of Southington, Conn. She was the mother 
■of his three children of whom we have record, and died May 16, 
1799. He married 2d, Dee. 10, 1799, Flora Gilchrist. He was a 
Judge of Probate and died May 22, 1832, having obtained this good 
ireport : He was " a notable man in Cheshire. No memory could run 
back to the time when he was not town clerk. He had strong sense 
and his advice was the perfection of reason. In his sphere he was a 
:great man and was carried to his grave with honor." His widow 
.died Sept. 15, 1852. 

his children were : 
i. Jaked Rodney^, b. Oct. 20, 1793; d. Aug. 9, 1794. 
ii. Lucretia, b. May 8, 1795; m. Nov. 5, 1818, Eev. Peter G. 
Clark; lived in Saybrook, Conn., and d. Nov. 19, 1865. 
'293. iii. William RuFUS, b. June 5, 1797; m. Mary null. 

254. 

Ira^ Hitchcock {Amos*, JoJm^, JoJm^, Matthias''-) son of Amos 
•and Sibyl (Tuttle) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, Conn., June 
16, 1765 and married Oct. 27, 1785, Hannah Hotchkiss, who was 
'born Aug. 20, 1767. He lived in New Milford, Conn, and later in 
Massena, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. He died March 12, 1824, in 
Massena and his widow died there June 13, 1853. 
his children were : 
i. Ebenezer^, b. Nov. 23, 1787; perhaps had children; 1, Nor- 
man'; 2, William; 3, Russell; 4, Horace. 
ii. Amarilla, b. Dec. 30, 1789. 
iii. Sally, b. April 21, 1791. 
iv. Amos, b. Marcti 23, 1794. 
V. Olive, b. May 10, 1796. 
■294. vi. Hablby, b. April 19, 1798; m. Sophia Welles 
vii. Louis M., b. Oct. 7, 1800. 
viii. Aminta, b. Oct. 8, 1803. 
ix. Zina B., b. Jan. 18, 1805. 
:295. X. John, b. March 4, 1809; m. Maria Sampson, 
xi. Maria, b. ; m. John Tolly. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 141' 

255. 

Baeak= Hitchcock {Amos*, John^ , JoJm^ , Matthias''-) sonof Amos- 
and Sibyl (Tuttle) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, Conn, and bap- 
tized there April .30, 1780. His wife is not known. A record tells 
that he " died in Meriden, Conn., March 24, 1851,. ffi. 75," which, 
would give his birth in 1776. 

HIS CHILDIiEX WEKE : 

i. Lucirs*. 

ii. Rui'us. 

iii. MouRis, m. June 28, 1835, Maria Beai'dsley. 

iv. Philo. 

256. 

Rev. Oliver^ Hitchcock {Oliver''', Matthias^, John^, Matthias'-) 
son of Oliver and Thankful (Parker) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire,. 
Conn., Feb. 24, 1755. He married Mercy Parker. Leaving 
Cheshire, he settled first in Granville, N. Y., first pastor of the first, 
Pres. church of that town formed April 2, 1782,. four years before a 
town meeting was held and when the whole population did not num- 
ber one hundred. He was a Congregational minister and preached, 
in Marathon, Freetown, Virgil, Cincinatus and Truxton. He died at 
Truxton, Cortland Co., N. Y., March 19, 1838, £e. 83. His wife 
Mercy died Aug. 2, 1845, se. 93. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. MERCY^ b. 1778 ; ID. Mr. Puyne of Lake Co.,. 111. She d. there- 
Aug. 9, 1853. 
Benjamin, b. Aug. 13, 1780; m. Amy Harrington. 

Oli'V'hr, b. , 1782; m. Cliloe Beecher. 

Chestina, m. David Beecher ; d. in Pa. 
Daughter. 

257. 

Daniel" Hitchcock {Olivet-*, Matthias^, John^ , Matthias'-) son of 
Oliver and Thankful (Parker) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire,. 
Conn., 1763. He married about 1785 in Canton, Conn., Chloras 
Mills, who was born in 1766 in Canton. They lived in Barkham. 
stead. Conn., and there their children were born. He died April 2,. 



296. 


ii. 


297. 


iii. 




iv. 




V. 



142 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

1810, in Barkhamstead, se. 47, and she married 2d, Ambrose Cow- 
dry of Hartland and died in Nov., 1835. 

HIS CIIILDHEN WERE : 

598. 1. Daniel MILLS^ b. Nov. 20, 1787; m. Persis Stebbins. 

ii. Uksula, b. in Barkliamstead and m. John Rexford of Bark- 
hamstead and both d. there, 
iii. TiDLB, b. in Barkhamstead; m. Polly Cowdry of Hartland, 
Conn, and removed to Pa. 

258. 

JoashS Hitchcock- (Oh'wr*. Matthias^, Jolin^, Matthias^) son of 
Oliver and Thanliful (Parker) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 27, 1765 in 
Wailingford, Conn. He married there Nov. 22, 1786, Mary Mun- 
son, born in Wailingford in 1765. He removed to Hartland, Conn, 
in the spring of 1795. His wife died in Hartland, Aug. 15, 1813, 
se. 48 ; he died there Aug 5, 1829. 

HIS CHILDnEN WERE : 

i MuxsON^, b. March 22, 1787 in Wailingford. Drowned in 

Wailingford, te. 7, by breaking through the ice at school, 
ii. ROXY, b. Feb. 25, 1790; d. unm. Aug. 10, 1852, 

iii. Lucy, b. , 179G; d. unm. March 24, 1872. 

iv. Amelia, b. Jan. 3, 1801 in Hartland, Conn.; m. April, 1829, 

Eli Tiffany; d. Dec. 24, 1843, in Barkhamstead, Conn. 

Children: 1, Philo Ferris'' Tiffany, b. Jan. 13, 1830, at 

Hartland; 2, Adeline JIaunda Tiffany, b. Nov. 8, 1835, at 

Barkhamstead. 
v. Phebe, b. ; m. Asher Huntley ; d. June 15, 1838 in Naples, 

N. Y. 
vi. Mary, b. ; m. Oct. 25, 1824, Vincent Tuttle, son of Woos- 

ter Tuttle of Waterbury, Conn. She d. Sept. 29, 1855, at 

Prospect, Conn. 

299. vil. MiTNsoN, b. at Hartland, Conn.; m. Amelia Case. 

259. 

Thomas^ Hitchcock {JasoW^, Matthias^, John^ , Matthias^) son of 
Jason and Lydia (Cook) Hitchcock, was born at Cheshire, Conn., 
Dec. 20, 1746. He married Aug. 3, 1774, Hannah Moss, b. Jan. 
16, 1754, daughter of Capt. Jesse and Mary Moss. He went into 
the Eevolutionary army in Capt. Rice's Company, Col. Chandler's 
regiment and died at Valley Forge. He had one son : 

300. i. LuCIUS^ b. April 8, 1776; m. Atheldrid Hall. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



143 



260. 

Dea. Lemuel^ Hitchcock (Jason'*', Matthias^, John^, Matthias'-) 
son of Jason and Lydia (Cook) Hitchcock, was born in Chesh- 
ire, Conn., Dec. 20, 1749. He married, March 14, 1776, his 
first cousin, Mamre Hotchkiss, who was born in July, 1753. He was 
a Eevolutionary pensioner, having served as Captain in the Revolu- 
tionary war. " Soon after the close of the war Dea. Lemuel went 
to Durham, Greene Co., N. Y. The early settlers of Durham not 
being to his mind, he moved his family including a babe of a few 
weeks old and all his effects on an ox-sled in midwinter from Durham 
to Big Hollow and settled by a small mountain stream (Batavia 
Creek) at the foot of High Peak in the midst of an unbroken wilder- 
ness. He was the first settler in Big Hollow. Sunday was observed 
by his reading a sermon and singing and prayer with his family. 
When other families moved in they joined him in worship ; he con- 
tinuing to lead until the little settlement was able to support a minis- 
ter." He died June 27, 1829 and " was buried on his farm." His 
wife had died in Windham, N. Y., as early as Sept., 1804. 

HIS CHILDKBN WEKE : 

i. Lydia", b. 8ept. 10, 1776; m. "William Payne of Windham, 
N. Y. and d. there in Dec, 1880. Childi-en : 1, Li/cUa'' 
Payne, d. te. 4 years; 2, Abraham Payne. 

301. ii. Thomas, b. May IG, 1780 in Cheshire; m. Eunice Payne andd. 

Dec. 22, 1866 in Big Hollow. 

iii. Khoena, b. Dec, 1782; d. May, 1825. 

iv. Mamre, b. April, 1784 ; ni. Daniel Perry, lived in Batavia, N. Y. 
and d. March , 1845 . Mr. Perry owned the land which is now 
Lansing, Mich. Child : Horace' Perry, a Bap. minister. 
V. Phebe, b. Dec. 4, 1785 ; m, Dea. John Hawley of New Milford, 
Pa. It is said that'she would, when 80, walk a mile in tlie 
evening to attend a Bible class and her pastor called her 
his most interesting pupil. She had no children and died 
with her nephew and adopted son Lemuel Bushnellin 1867 
at Bush, Pa. 

302. vi. Lemuel, b. Nov. 9, 1787; m. Hannah Hull. 

303. vii. Zalmon, b. Aug. 3, 1780; m. AnneBellows. 

viii. Antkim, b. Sept. 14, 1791; Bapt. in Cheshire, Conn., Feb. 12, 
1792; m. Lois Wolcott and d. in May, 1841; no children. 

304. ix. Lucius, b. Dec. 27, 1793; m. Emeline Hayes. 

X. Thikza, b. Oct. 16, 1795, in Durham, N. Y. ; m. David Bush- 
nell, formerly of Saybrook, Conn. They went to Mont- 
rose, Pa., where Mrs. Bushnell lived until 1885. She d. 



144 DESCENDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH HI. 

Sept. 1, 1890, 33. 95, at Auburn, Pa. The funeral was 
attended by her seven surviving children and by four 
generations of descendants. The text was from Job v, 26. 

261. 

Capt. Ichabod^ Hitchcock (Jason*, Matthias^ , John^ , Matthias^) 
son of Jason and Lydia (Cook) Hitchcock, was born in Clieshire, 
Conn., Dec. 18, 1756. He married 1st, Lydia Cook, who died Nov. 
5, 1814, £6. 67. He married 2d, Widow Lucy Wilmot. He was a 
Eevolutionary soldier entering the service when quite a young man. 
He died in Cheshire, May 26, 1820. His widow moved to Burton, 
Ohio. 

HIS CHILDREN' WEBB : 

Lydia Lorenda'', b. July 19, 1786; m. Hiram Cook. 

Pliny, b. (1787 or 1788) ; m. Sally Bradley. 

Sakilla, bapt. May 24, 1789, in Cheshire; m. George Stevens 

of Cheshire, Feb. 25, 18Ci8. Had four sons. 
Jason, (or Ephraim), m. Esther Van Gordon. 
Hannah, b. Aug. 13, 1794; m. March 1, 1815, Titus L. Gaylord 

of Clieshire. She d. Nov. 14, 1871. 
Ltjcinda, b. July, 1799 ; m Nov. 21, 1824, Richard Beach, h. 

July 14, 1799. They moved to Burton, Ohio. He d. Feb. 

5, 1863, and she d. at Burton, March 1, 1871. Their 

child, Ann P\ Beach, b. July 14, 1826; m. June 9, 1846, 

Wm. R. Tolles and d. Dec. 17, 1848. 
Abigail Eliza, b. April 24, 1818 ; m. and went to Kentucky. 



262. 

Levi^ Hitchcock {Jason'^, Matthias^, John^, Matthias^) son of 
Jason and Lydia (Cook) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, Conn., 
in 1758 or 1760. He married (prob. 1785) Mary Andrews, daughter 
of Amos Andrews. He moved from Cheshire to Colebrook, when 
a young man. Mary (Andrews) Hitchcock, died July 20, 1813. He 
married 2d, Widow Roberts, who died ia Colebrook, Conn., Jan> 
5, 1832. 

HIS children were : 
308. i. Levi, b. Oct. 23, 1786; m. Elizabeth D. Holt, 

ii. Cynthia. 
iii. Lola. 



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FAMILY OF JOHN. 145 

263. 

Bela* Hitchcock (BeZa*, Benjamin^, John^, Matthias''-) son of 
Bela and Hannah (Atwater) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 21, 1750, in 
Wallingford, Conn. He married Abigail. 

HIS CHU-DKEN WERE : 

i. Abigail', b. April 10, 1790. 

li. Bela, Church record of Cheshire, " Bapt. April 17, 1791." 
Town record, " b. Sept. 11, 1793." 

264. 

A?A= Hitchcock {Bela''', Benjamin^, John-, MatlJiias'-) son of 
Bela and Hannah (Atwater) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, Conn., 
Feb. 11, 17.55. He married Dec. 3, 1789, Asenath Doolittle. His 
child : 

308. i. Reuben", b. June 17, 1794; m. Rhoda Hamlin. 

265. 

Aakon^ Hitchcock {Bela*, Benjamin^ , John^, Matthias^) son of 
Bela and Hannah (Atwater) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, Conn., 
Dec. 6, 1759. He married, Jan. 13, 1785, Ruth Tattle, daughter of 
Ephraim and Thankful (Preston) Tuttle, who died May 13, 1831. 
He lived in Cheshire and died there Jan. 9, 1835. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

i. Aaron", b. 1785; d. y. 

309. ii. Aaron Alfred, b. ]S'ov. 24, 1786; m. Lydia Alma Clark. 

iii. Betsey Lodema, b. March 19, 1788 ; d. unm. March 5, 1860. 

iv. Rurus. bapt. Aug. 14, 1791 ; d. Xov. 2, 1791, «. 6 mos. 

V. Ruth, b. ; d. y. 

vi. LOTTA, b. 1793 ; d. Feb. 10, 1794, ». 9 mos. 

vii. Ruth, b. April 4, 1801 ; d. unra. Sept. 23, 1877. 

266. 

Joseph^ Hitchcock {Bela''', Benjamin^, John-, Matthias^) son of 
Bela and Hannah (Atwater) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, Conn., 
Sept. 26, 1761. He married 1st, Sept. 14, 1795, Rachel Johnson 
Hall, born Dec, 1 764. She died Dec. 1 7, 1809, when he married 2d, 
Jan. 10, l.sll, her sister Charlotte Hall, born Jan., 1769. He died 
Oct. 23, 1839 and his widow Jan. 6, 1845. 
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HIS CHILDREN WBKB : 

Oerin'', b. July 23, 1797 ; m. Fanny Langdon. 
JoSEPHUS, b. April 28, 1799; d. iinm. Aug. 23, 1834. 
Abigail Hall, b. Sept. 5, 1802; m. Carson Moss, Whalley 

Avenue, New Haven, Conn. 
Augustus, b. July 2, 1806 ; ra. Lois Mavina Atwater. 
Albert, b. March 26, 1808 ; m. Betsey Andrews. 
Samuel, b. , 1813; m. March 18, 183,'>, Lucy S. Bradley; 

one child : Emily A' 



267. 

Benjamin^ Hitchcock (JSen/amm*, Benjamin^ , John^ , Matthias''-) 
son of BeDJamin and Rhoda (Cook) Hitchcock, was born inWalling- 
ford, Conn., Nov. 24, 1752. He married Eunice Hotchkiss, proba- 
bly born Jan. 8, 1755, daughter of Daniel, and lived in Water- 
bury, Conn. She died in Waterbuiy, 1799. He died in 1809. 

HIS children were : 

313. i. Anna«, b. April 19, 1775. 

ii. LOLY, b. , 1778 ; m. J. G. Tyrrell. 

iii. Reuben, b. ; m. Lesta, dau. of James Plant; left the state 

and his property sold to pay his debts, 1815. 
iv. Jared, b. ; m. Dec. 1, 1808 in Cheshire, North Parish, 

Loly Bunnell. 

314. V. Manly, b. Dec. 23, 1783. 

vi. Samuel, b. March 31, 1787, in Waterbury ; m. Amelia Osborn. 
vii. Gborgb, b. June 27, 1789 ; lived in Watertown, N. Y. 

315. viii. Benjamin Truman, b. Aug. 19, 1791. 

ix. Eunice, b. Eeb. 19, 1793; m. Heman Tyrrell. 

268. 

Thaddeus" Hitchcock (Benjamin''', Benjamin^ , John^ , Matthias') 
son of Benjamin and Rhoda (Cook) Hitchcock, was born in Chesh- 
ire, Conn., Dec.(?) 10, 1760. He married Abigail Arnold and 
perhaps Beulah. He was a sea captain and was living in Cheshire, 
in 1782, when his father gave him land there. HediedDec.il, 
1809. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

316. i. JOAB*, b. July 21, 1784; ra. Hannh Barnes, 
ii. Temperance, b. April 13, 1786. 

iii. Abishai, b. Aug. 8, 1787. 



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iv. ULIVKU Cromwell, b. Sept. S. 1789 or 81; b. and m. in 
Cheshire, but resided in Prospect, Conn, and d. May 11, 
1SG7. a?. 83CO. 
V. Beulah, b. May 5, 1792; m. Dec. 2.s. 1809, Israel Bnnnell. 
\i. Thaddeus, b. Sept. 13, 17fi+. 
vii. AuiiU-src;?, b. April 3, 1797. 
viii. MoxsEiE, b. July 21, 1799. 

Po.«isibly a S^oiuf.l and Cheshire records give an Estherfield, 
b. March 1, 17»7. 

269, 

S-vml'el^ Hitchcock {Samuel'^, Benjamin^ , John^, Jlatthias') son 
of Samuel and Tamar Hitchcock, was born Fel). 27, 17.57. He 
man-ied April 17, 1780, Mary Mnnson, born Sept. 29, 1756, daughter 
of Lent and Mav}- Muuson. He lived at Southington, Conn., and is 
said to have climbed the steeple of the old church there by aid of the 
lightning rod. He enlisted Jul}' 11, 1775, and became a Revolution- 
ary pensioner. Southington records show that, " June 28, 1826, 
Samuel Hitchcock of Southington, for love to his grandsons, "Wm. 
N. Mnnson. James C, aud Franklin Hitchcock, sons of Lent Mun- 
son Hitchcock," gave them '' land in Southington." His wife died 
Oct. 23, 1.H26, se. 70 and he died Oct. 20, 1841. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. SoPHIlo^-^A^ b. March 30, 1781 ; d. 1806. 

317. il. Lent MrxsON, b. May 2, 1783: m. Martha Newhall. 

iii. FraxivLln", b. Feb. 22, 178.5: m. Sophia Hart, dau. Eleazer, b. 
Sept. 23, 178.5, who d. Oct. 29, 1826. Hed. Xov. 8. 1827. 
Res. Southington in 1811. 

318. iv. Saiuel, b. July 25, 1787; m. 1st. Miranda Yale. 

V. Beriah, b. Sept. 27. 1791 ; d. Jan. 1, 1792. 
vi. Polly, b. Jan. 26, 1797; d. Jan. 31, 1799. 

270. 

Caleb^ Hitchcock (^Samuel*, Ben jamin'^ , John-, Matildas^) son 
of Samuel and Tamar Hitchcock, was born in Southington, Conn., 
May 17, 1760. He married 1st, Dec. 2i, 1784, prob. Ada .Aialory, 
who died Aug. 22, 1-808. He married 2d, April 10, 1809, Julia 
Thorpe, daughter of John Thorpe of Southington. He owned land 
in Southington, and held rank as a sea captain. He died March 16 
or 17, 1826. His widow died May 2. 1851, «. 72. 



148 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

HIS OHILDKIiN WBRB : 

i. Hakmon", b. Oct. 1.5, 1785, was a sailor in the war of 1812, 
had an ear cut off, was captured and sent to England; d. 
Sept. 24, 1817, 8B. 32. 
li. Solomon, b. Nov. 24, 1786. 

iii. Adah, b. May 6, 1788; m. Nov. 7, 1811, Benjamin Rich. She 
d. Oct. 25, 1862. 

iv. EsTHKE, b. Sept. 4, 1789; m. Roper, and d. May 21, 1860. 

V. Phila, b. April 17, 1791; possibly m. Aug. 22, 1815, Sidney 

Brockett of East Haven and d. Oct, 26, 1869. 
vi. Caleb, b. Sept. 21, 1793; was in the war of 1812, went to New 
Orleans and is supposed to have died in the terrible yellow 
fever scourge, 
vii. Polly, b. June 17, 1795 ; m. David Chatfleld. 
viii. Cykds, b. July 25, 1798 ; m. Aug. 10, 1820, Elizabeth Howe. 
He d. March 4, 1826. 
ix. Hui.DAi-i, b. March 26, 1800; m. Jesse Matthews and d. Feb. 
20, 1875. Had Ave children. 

X. Lbusania, b. Feb. 19, 1802; m. Seeley. 

319. xi. Alvah, b. Feb. 15, 1807; m. March 30, 1828, Emily Neal of 
Fallsburgh, N. Y. 
xii. John, b. Feb. 18, 1810; d. Dec. 22, 1811. 
xiii. Albekt, b. Sept. 24, 1812. 



SIXTH GENERATION AND CHILDEEN. 

271. 

Amasa^ Hitchcock (A^nasa^ , Peter'^ , John^ , John^ , Matthias^) soa 
of Amasa and Sarah (Bradley) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 16, 1768, 
in Cheshire, Conn. He married 1st, June 10, 1790, Anna Blalseslee, 
who died Oct. 6, 1795, se. 27. He married 2d, Dec. 6, 1796, Abi- 
gail Mary Ann Fopte, who died Aug. 9, 1798, ge. 22. He married 
3d, Jan. 13, 1800, Elizabeth Austin. He died April 30, 1835, and 
his widow died June 29, 1854, se. So. 

his children were : 
i. Amasa Bradley', b. Oct. 31, 1792 ; d. Sept. 3, 1795. Cheshire 
records say, " bapt. May 31, 1794." 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 149 

ii. Ax^-A LoriSA, b. March 27, 1795; d. }'. 
iii. Abigail Maky Axs, b. Sept. 1, 1800; cl. Feb. 27, 1827. 
iv. Amasa Bradley, b. March 17, 1803 : d. JIarch 27, 1803. 

^ . HOBERT BRADLEY, b. Sept. 23, 180+. He was appointed to the 
Xavy. Jan. 1, ls2o; served on schooner Shark of AVest 
India Squadron in 1827, on frigate Delaware 1829—1831, 
became passed-niidshipman June4, 1831, Lieutenant March 
3, 1835, and after special service was transferred to the 
frigate Savannah in the Pacific. He became Commander 
Sept. 14, 1855. and was detailed to ordnance duty, and in 
185S ■' got Ills ship " in command of the steam frigate 
ilerrimac of the Pacific squadron. July 16, 1862, he 
commanded the steam sloop Susquehanna of the Western 
Gulf Squadron and was a senior officer of the blocl<ading 
fleet ofi' Mobile. In 1864 he was assigned to ordnance 
duty, and in ISGG became commandant of the Xorfolk 
Xavy Yard. In 1871 he was assig^ned to special duty in 
the department of ordnance. Retired Sept. 25, 1866. He 
m. JIary Ann Hitchcock, dan. of Miles Hitchcock (Jliles^, 
AsaheV, Dan*, JoJin^, John-, Matthias^). He died ilarch 
24, 1888 and was buried at Cold Spring, X. T. He left no 
children. 



272. 

EuTH^ Hitchcock {Amasa^, Peter*, John''', John-, Matthias^) 
daughterof Amasa and Sarali (Bradley) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 1, 
1779. She married Jan. 16, 1800, Joseph Moss, son of Isaac and 
Sarah (Tultle) Moss who was born June 17, 177.5. He died Oct. 9, 
1843 and Euth died in Cheshire, Conn., tp. 96, (therefore about 
1871.) The children of Euth (Hitchcock) Moss were : 

1. Aaron', b. Oct. 16, 1800 ; m. Sept. 10, 182fi, Abigail H. Hitchcock. 

2. Joseph Bodney, b. March 10. 1803 ; m. Ruth M. Swan ; no children . 

3. Orrin Bradley, b. Sept. 15, 1806; m. Jan. 5, 1832, Matilda 

Delano. 

4. Lucius, b. Oct. 28, 1809; m. Nov.. 1841, Margaret D. Lindsley. 

He d. Xov. 22, 1846. 

5. OiTin. b. March 1, 1814; d. Jan. 16, 1815, at Cheshire. 

6. Sarah L., b. .\ug. 13, 1817. 

7. Silas G., b. Jan. 3, 1820; d. April 9, 1823, at Cheshire. 

8. Cornelia, b. March 14, 1824; d. March 17, 1836, at Cheshire. 



150 DESCEKDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH HI. 

273. 

SiLAS^ Hitchcock {Amasa^, Peter*, Jolin^, John^, Matthias''-) son 
of Amasa and Sarah (Bradley) Hitchcock, was born June 1, 1784, 
in Cheshire, Conn. He married Oct. 22, 1806, Polly Bradley of 
Hamden. He was a merchant and town official of Cheshire, and for 
five years a member of the General Assembly of Connecticut. "He 
was a Judge of Probate, and gave free advice in matters which 
required no deep legal knowledge. He was a friend to the widow 
and fatherless, and when he died the little town had seldom seen so 
large a funeral." His son Horace Gaylord Hitchcock writing from 
his home in Cleveland, Ohio, mingles pathos and a lighter feeling in 
the following statement : "In the old burying ground in Cheshire I 
have visited the graves of my father Silas, my grandfather Aniasa, 
my great grandfather Peter, and when in Cheshire some years since, I 
was told by a relative who spends most of his time in wandering 
among the tombs that if I would go down to the cemetery, I could 
drop a tear on the grave of my great-great-grandfather John." He 
died in Cheshire, Sept. 26, 1849. 

HIS children wbke : 
i. Henry', b. Aug. 6, 1807; m. July 1, 1829, Fidelia Henshaw. 
He was a doctor in Western New York and died in 
Cheshire, Conn., Dec. 17, 1831. jSfo children, 
il. Frances Amelia, b. June 4, 1809; ra. Oct. 6, 1827, Hon. John 
Alfred Foote, of Ohio, son of Gov. Samuel A. and brother 
of Rear Admiral Andrew Hull Foote. She d. April 26, 
1855. 
iii. Mary, b. Aug. 9, 1811; m. in 1847, Alfred Dickerman and 

lived in Cheshire, 
iv. Sarah Bradley-, b. Jan. 29, 1814; m. Sept. 28, 1836, Morgan 

L. Hewitt of Cleveland, Ohio. 
y. Coi^NELiA, b. Nov. 21, 1816; d. Sept. 6, 1821. 
320. vi. Horace Gaylord, b. Dec. 18, 1819; m. Mary A. Stone. 

vii. Cornelia, b. March 80, 1826; m. 1851, Rev. Daniel S. Rod- 
man, for some time pastor at Cheshire. She d. May, 
1864, at Elyria, Ohio, 
viii. Elizabeth Todd, b. May 22, 1882; d. Oct. 6, 1835. 

274. 

Jaikis'' Hitchcock (Amasa^, Peter"^, John^, John^ , Matthias^) son 
of Amasa and Sarah (Bradley) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 13, 1786, 



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in Cheshire, Conn. He married March 8, 1815, Amelia Andrews, 
born Jan., 1787. He was a farmer. His wife died in Cheshire, Feb. 
15, 1853, and he died Dec. 29, 1853. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

321. i. Peter AuGrSTCs', b. June 27, 1816; m. Cecelia Rice, 

ii. Sakah Louisa, b. March 15, 1818; d. Oct. 6, 1819. 

ill. Sakah Louisa, b. July 17, 1821 ; d. Dec. 11, 1821. 

iv. Robert Andrew, b. Aug. 16, 1824 ; d. April 8, 1858 ; no eh. 

275. 

Rev. Rogers Hitchcock (Valentine^, Peter*, John^, John^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Valentine and Sarah (Hotchkiss) Hitchcock, was born 
July 8, 1766. He married Feb. 11, 1808, Sophia Hickox of Water- 
bury, Conn. He was a stone mason, but later in life studied for the 
ministry and was licensed to preach Oct., 1819. In 1820 he was 
pastor of the church in Cheshire, Conn. He had been a Deacon of 
the church and on becoming its pastor he stipulated that one-fifth of 
his salary of $500, should be reserved by the society annually and 
put on interest for the future support of the ministry. He was taken 
sick one year after his settlement and never afterwards able to preach. 
He died Jan. 30, 1823. His widow died June 15, 1850. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Reuben', b. July 7, 1809; became early a sailor, on one voyage 

was shipwrecked, and d. at Rio Janeiro, Sat., Oct. 10, 1828 

of ship fever, 
ii. Melissa, b. May 13, 1811 ; m. Sept. 11, 1833, David Hitchcock, 

son of Marcus and Marena. 
iii. Sophia, b. June 27, 1813; d. unm. in 1850. The grave-stone 

In Cheshire burying ground says " This is Sophia's grave." 
iv. Henry Lawrence, b. July 10, J815 ; d. Feb. 4, 1816. 
V. Henry Lawrence, b. Jan. 8, 1818; d. Oct. 10, 1821. 
vi. An Infant, b. April 4, 1820; d. April 21, 1820. 
vii. Sajiuel John, b. April 4, 1820 ; d. Jan. 31, 1821. 

276. 

Sarah^ RiTCBCOCK(VaIentine^, Peter*, John^, John-, Matthias^) 
daughter of Valentine and Sarah (Hotchkiss) Hitchcock, was born 
March 30, 1773. She married Nov. 8, 1795, Dea. Jared^ Moss (or 
Morse) son of Nathaniel* and Keziah (Royse) Moss, Israel^, John- 
and Martha (Lathrop) Moss, John' Moss, who was born in England 



152 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH IH. 

in 1650. He was bom July 17, 1770 and died July 20, 1845, se. 75. 
Sarah Hitchcock, his wife, died March 15, 1817. They resided in 
Cheshire, Conn. The children of Sarah (Hitchcock) Moss were : 

1. NathanieV , b. Oct. 22, 1797; m. Jan. 15, 182), Betsey Whalley 

and settled at Warsaw, N. Y. He d. at Cheshire, July 12, 
1841. 

2. Beuben, b. March 11, 1799 ; m. Dec. 7, 1820, Polly Frlsbie, and d. 

at New Haven, Ohio, July 31, 1821. 

3. Mary Dorchester, b. Jan. 18, 1802; m. Sept. 29, 1821, David Lee 

Hitchcock, son of David and Hannah (Andrews) Hitchcock. 

4. Cynthia, b. March 31, 1804; m. June 14, 1833, Eli Bradley of 

North Haven, Conn., who d. Dec. 25, 1882. Shed. March 
12, 1884. Children : 1, Sarah Eunetia^ Bradley, b. Sept. 
18, 1835; m. Oct. 26, 1881, David Hitchcock, son of Mar- 
cus and Marena (Gaylord) Hitchcock ; 2, Mayette Cynthia 
Bradley, b. Feb. 29, 1840. 

5. Hiram, b. April 5, 1806; d. unm. Feb. 10, 1841, at St. Louis, Mo. 

6. Jared Burton, b. March 11, 1808. 

7. Sarah, b. May 11, 1810; m. March 20, 1850, Theodocius Clark. 

8. Stephen, b. Oct. 18, 1813; m. March 8, 1843, Caroline A. Tuttle. 

277. 

Patience Benham^ Hitchcock {Valentine^, Peter*', John^, John', 
Matthias^) daughter of Valentine and Sarah (Hotchkiss) Hitchcock, 
was born Oct. 1, 1775. She married Feb. 2, 1794, Jared Moss, 2d, 
who was born in 1771, son of Capt. Joseph* and Esther (Lewis) 
Moss, grandson of Benjamin^, great-grandson of John^ and Martha 
(Lothrop) Moss, great-great-grandson of John' Moss, born in 1650 
in England. He removed to Augusta, Oneida Co., N. Y. about 
1803 and later to Sandusky, Ohio. He died in 1839. Patience 
Benham his wife died Nov. 29, 1820. The children of Patience 
(Hitchcock) Moss were : 

1. SamueV, b. Dec. 31, 1794, in Cheshire, Conn.; m. 1st, Aug. 29, 

1816, Frances Durkee. He was a merchaut in Augusta,' 
N. Y. and also after removal in 1835 to Sandusky, Ohio, a 
merchant there. His wife d. April 6, 1837. He m. 2d, 
Aug. 13, 1841, Augusta Ballard. In 1856 he rem. to 
Winona, Minn., where he res. till his death Sept. 8, 1865. 
Children who grew to maturity : 1, Henry Lawrence' Moss ; 
2, Joseph Treat Moss; 3, Wm. Virgil Moss; i, Abigail 
Sarah Moss ; 5 , Albert Pierson Moss ; 6 , Samuel Dean Moss. 

2. Melissa, who m. John Thompson in Augusta, N. Y. and d. 1832. 

3. Abigail, d. y. 




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4. Augustus H., b. July 13, 1800; m. May 17, 1837, Esther Mary 

Moss, b. Nov. 11, 1812, dau. Joseph and Rhoda (Griffith) 
Moss, gr. dau. Capt. Joseph and Esther (Lewis) Moss. 

5. Emily, b. ; m. in June or July, 1829, Kev. Dexter Witter, b. 

July 18, 1803, son of Dea. Septimus Witter of Hinsdale, 
Berkshire Co., Mass. He was Pastor of the Cong, church 
in Burton, 0, 1828—1848, and again as health would per- 
mit from 1857—1867. Mrs. Emily (Moss) Witter, d. in 
Sept., 1855, leaving no chiildren. 

278. 

Judge ANT) Chief Justice Peter^ Hitchcock {Valentine^, Peter*, 
John^, John^, Matthias^) son of Valentine and Sarah (Hotchkiss) 
Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, Conn., Oct. 19, 1781. He grad- 
uated at Tale in 1801 and was admitted to the bar in 1804. He 
married in Cheshire, Dec. 12, 1805, Nabby" Cook, born July 10, 
1784, youngest child of Elam* and Abigail (Hall) Cook, son of 
Ephraim^ and Lydia (Doolittle) Cook, son of SamueP Cook, who 
came to New Haven, Conn., in 1663, and removed to "Wallingford, 
Conn, in 1670. He was son of Henry^ Cook who was at Plymouth, 
Mass. before 1640. He was from Kent, England. In 1806, Peter 
Hitchcock emigrated to Burton, Ohio, in the original county of 
Geauga, one of the two counties into which the entire Western 
Reserve, with a population not exceeding 5 or 6000, was then divided. 
His family was the fourth or fifth which settled in that township. 
He was a member of the Ohio Legislature 1810 — 1812, state senator 
1812 — 16; in 1814 commissioned Lieut. Col., 1st Reg., 4th Brig., 
4th Division, Ohio Militia. In 1815 he was tendered by Gov. Thos. 
Worthington a commission as Judge of the Supreme court of Ohio, 
which position he declined. In 1816 he was commissioned Major 
Gen., 4th Division, Ohio Militia. He was member of U. S. con- 
gress, 1817 — 1819; Judge of the Supreme court of Ohio from 
1819—1833, and from 1835—42 and from 1845—52, and for twenty- 
one years was Chief Justice. In 1850 he was chosen member of the 
convention to form the new constitution of the state of Ohio. He 
was the embodiment of common sense and in " The Reports " his 
decisions are regarded with high respect. Judge Hitchcock exhibited 
in his judicial course a breadth far beyond the too technical learning 
of the times. On many subjects, as for instance corporate powers, 
ultra vires, usury and technical objections to legal rights, his opinions 
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than with that, and much in advance of the general jurisprudence 
of the states at that time. His decisions have had a strong and 
happy influence upon the future law of Ohio, and reading them con- 
vince one that he was not only an able lawyer but an able jurist. He 
was a good man and on the roll of those in the generation just passed 
away who conferred honor on Ohio. He died March 4, 1854, at the 
home of his son Reuben, at Painesville, Ohio, on his way to his own 
home at Burton, Ohio. He was buried at Burton. His widow died 
July 26, 1867, at Burton, Ohio. 

HIS CHILDEBN WBRE : 

Ebtjbkn', b. Sept. 2, 1806 ; m. Sarah Marshall. 
Abigail Sarah, b. Oct. 4, 1808; d. Nov. 22, 1810. 
SAMnEL Cook, b. April 5, 1810; d. Nov. 8, 1810. 
Samuei. Cook, b. Nov. 9, 1811 ; d. June 17, 1825. 
Henry Lawrence, b. Oct. 31, 1813 ; m. Clarissa Ford. 
Abigail Sarah, b. Nov. 25, 1815 ; m. Kobert Hotchkiss. 
Peter, b. Jan. 16, 1818 ; m. Ann Eliza Cook. 
Melissa, b. June 26, 1821; m. William K. ToUes. 
Esther Eliza, b. Sept. 7, 1823; m. Andrew Lee. 
Cynthia, b. July 16, 1825 ; m. Henry Tolles. 

279. 

David^ Hitchcock {David^, Peter*, Jolm^, John^, Matthias^) son 
of Capt. David and Lois (Cook) Hitchcock, was born Dec. 18, 1771, 
at Cheshire, Conn. He married Oct. 19, 1793, Hannah Andrews, 
born Sept. 12, 1773, daughter of Nathan and Phebe Andrews. He 
died Sept. 1, 1803. His widow was granted administration "onestate 
of David Hitchcock, Jr., of Cheshire, Nov. 2, 1803." She married 
2d, Roswell Smith and died in Franklin, Pa., Aug. 9, 1859. 
HIS children were: 

i. Harry, b. , 1793; d. Sept. 14, 1803. 

329. ii. David Lee, b. Oct. 23, 1799 ; m. Mary Dorchester Moss. 

280. 

Ukania'5 Hitchcock (David^, Peter^, JoJm^, John', Matthias^) 
daughter of Capt. David and Lois (Cook) Hitchcock, was born in 
Cheshire, Jan. 4, 1774. She married Jan 12, 1795, Joseph Hall 
Cook, born in Cheshire, Conn., son of Elam and Abigail (Hall) Cook. 
They were married and their children were born in Cheshire. They 
removed first to Sharon, Conn., and from there in 1838 to Chatham, 



FAMILY OF JOHN. l0» 

Ohio, where Mrs. Cook died June 8, 1843 and Mr. Cook at the same 
place May 6, lS4fi. The children of Urania(Hitchcock) Cook were : 

1. Matilda^ h. May 6. 1797, in Cheshire; m. 1st, Rev. Gad Smith 

and 2d, in 1823, Jay S. Sturgcs. She d. Oct. 2, 1853 in 
Litchfield, Ohio, and itr. Stnrges, April 28, ISCO, at Pitts- 
field, Mass. She had children by 1st hnsband : 1, Stephen 
Bangs^ Smith ; 2, Grid XoHh Smith : by 2d 3, Jane Louise, 
Sturges : 4, Lucius Cook Sturges. .Tane Louise Sturges, 
m. March 19, 1851, Frederick Joseph Thomas and has: 
1, Edith M'ltiVlii^ Thomas, author of a '• .\ ^'ew Year's 
Masque " and contributor to the Century and other maga- 
zines: 2. Cornelia Cynthia Thomas. 

2. Lucius, b. June 27. 1800; m. Dec. 8. 1824. at Sharon, Conn. 

Cornelia Canfield Sturges. a sister of Jay S. Sturges. He 
d. Feb. 19, 1865, at Chatham, Ohio. He had children: 
1, I'rania mtchcock'' Cook; 2, Lciris Jay Cook. 

281. 

Abnek^ Hitchcock (Dacid^ , Peter* , John ', John- , Matthias'^) son 
of Capt. David and Lois (Cook) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 4, 1777 
in Cheshire, Conn. He married Mary Warner. He died Aug. 31, 
1810. 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

330. i. Lrcius "Warner, b. Oct. 10, 1801: m. Eleanor Wolcott. 

331. ii. AbxerD., b. Aug. 12, 1804; m. Emma Upson. 

282. 

Loi.?^ Hitchcock (David'\ Peter*, John^, John^, Matthias'^) 
daughter of Capt. David and Lois (Cook) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 
2, 1781. She married in 1806, Ephraim Tiittle, son of Ephraim and 
Elizabeth (.\twater) Tuttle. The children of Lois (Hitchcock} 
Tuttle were : 

1. Marcus', b. March 26, 1807; m. Fannie Tyron. 

2. Ephraim, b. Jan. 20, 1809; m. 1st, Elizabeth Ives; 2d, Caroline 

Blake; res. Middletown, Conn. 

3. Abner, b. Jan. 27, 1811; m. Abiah Parker; res. Bristol, Conn. 
i. Henry, b. Sept. 8, 1812; m. 1st, Abigail Ames; 2d, Eoxanna 

Gary. 

5. Edmund, b. Oct. 6, 1814; m. Betsey Hubbard; res. Meriden,. 

Conn. 

6. Peter Ci^reen, b. Sept. 7, 1816; m. Mary Ann Eoberts. 



(156 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

7. Lucy Ann, b. July 24, 1818 ; m. Henry Lane of Fai'mington, Conn. 
8- David, b. May 6, 1820; d. May 6, 182G. 

9. Joseph, b. March 2G, 1822 ; m. Mary J. Henderson of Springfield, 
Oliio. 

10. James, b. Marcli 26, 1822; d. se. 3 moutlis. 

11. James, b. April 14, 1825; m. 1st, Olivia Hoot; 2d. Calista A. 

Darrow. 

283. 

Maecus" Hitchcock (David^, Peter'', John^, John^, Matthias^) 
■son of Capt. David and Lois (Cook) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, 
Conn., March 4, 1784. He married March 30, 1808, Marena Gay- 
lord. In 1833, they removed with their family to Burton, Ohio. 
He died in Buffalo, N. Y., May 21, 1852, and was buried in Cheshire, 
Conn. His widow died May 17, 1880, se. 94 and was also buried in 
■Cheshire, Conn. 

His' children were : 
^32. i. David', b. April 9, 1809; m. 1st, Melissa Hitclicoclt. 

333. ii. Marcus, b. June 25, 1811 ; m. Helen Maria Brockett: 

iii. "Wm. Bufus, b. July 4, 1815; m. in 1837 Hannah Pitkin. He 
went witli liis fatlier to Ohio in 1833. He d. at Claridon, 
Geauga Co., Ohio in 1843. His wife d. at Parkman, 
Geauga Co., in Feb., 1843. Children : 1, 'VKilliam Henr'?', 
b. 1838, at Claridon, Ohio. He was m. but a short time 
before he d. in 1857 at Pittsburg, Pa. ; 2, Harriet, b. 
1843. 
iv. Elizabeth, m. about 1844, Charles Gilmore. Children : 1, 
Charles Marcu^ Gilmore ; 2, Matilda Marena Gilmore;^, 
Elnora Gilmore ; also four or five names unknown. They 
live in Iowa. 

284. 

Lambert^ Hitchcock {John Lee^ , John* , John^ , John^ , Matthias^) 
«on of John Lee and Eunice (Alford) Hitchcock, was born May 28, 
1795, and married 1st, Oct. 30, 1830, Eunice Alford at Hitchcock- 
ville, a part of Barkhamstead, Conn. He represented in 1834 the 
town of Barkhamstead in the General Assembly of Connecticut. His 
first wife died April 1, 1835. He married 2d, at Cazenovia, N. Y., 
Aug. 8, 1836, Mary Ann Preston, born there Dec. 13, 1810. He 
died April 3, 1852. His widow died at Hartford, Conn., Dec. 21, 
1890. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 157 

UIS CHLLDKEX WERE: 

i Henry Pkkjton', b. June 1, 1837; in Hartford, Conn. ; m. 
Aug. 23, 1865, Charlotte Hunt of Coventry, Conn., born, 
there June 1, 1842. He is a merchant in Hartford. 

334. ii. John Lee, b. Dec. 10, 1838; m. Carrie Demming. 

iii. M.utY Axx, b. July 1, 1844, in Farmington, Conn. ; m. 1st,- 
Xov. 28, 18GS at Plattsburg, X. Y., D. C. Waterhouse, 
■who d. hi Xew Haven, Conn., Xov. 25, 1885. She m. 2d, 
July, 1890, at Saratoga, X. Y., Xelsou S. Ailing. She had 
one child: 1, Arthur Leon^ Waterhouse, b. May 9, 1872. 

iv. Chari.es Hudson, b. Sept. 25, 1847, in Farmington, Coun.; d. 
IJct. 18, 1852. 

285 

DwiGHT Cabot^ Hitchcock (^Lyman°, Jotham*, John^, John^^ 
MaMhia^) soa of Major Lyman aud Sophia (Cabot) Hitchcock, vras 
born in Albany, N. Y., April 2, 1787. He married 3Iay 9, 1813,. 
Rachel Matthews, of Champlain, N. Y., born there Nov. 22, 1793. 
She died there June 26, 1868. He was a farmer. All their children, 
were born in Champlain, X. Y., and he died there Feb. 18. 1874. 
HIS chlldken were : 
i. Cynthi.1 jr., b. Jan. 27, 1814; m. Sept. 8, 1834, Fry Clark. 

She d. Jan. 9, 1874. 
ii. Calist.i a., b. March 6, 1816; unm. aud lives in Champlain. 

335. iii. Horatio Elijah, b. March 8, 1818 ; m. Rachel Stone. 

iv. George R., b. March 29, 1821; m. Eliza Allen at Bethlehem, 

Conn., June 29, 1846. He d. Sept. 22, 1871. 
v. LrcY S., b. Xov. 8, 1823; m. Sept. 8, 1842, Hiram Manning,. 

Scherington, Canada East ; now lives at Freeport. Iowa, 
vi. Hiram D., b. Aug. 4, 1(525; d. Feb. 5, 1826. 

vil. HiKAM D., b. Aug. 11, 1827; m. Jan. 16, 1856, Mary I. Cutting,^ 
Westport, X. Y.; d. April 4, 1880, at Morris, lU. 

viii. Robert H., b. April 16, 1830; m. Feb. 19, 1857, Lydia A . 

Is a merchant, in Champlain, X. Y. 
ix. Harriet X"., b. Junes, 1833; m. Jlay 18. 1852, Rev. William 

H. Meeker and d. at Xorth Adams, May 19, 1867. 
X. Amelia Makia, b. July 18. 1836; m. Jan. 24, 1879, Hiram A. 
Douglas and now lives in Freeport, Iowa. 

286. 

Hiram Washington"^ Hitchcock (Lyman', Jotham*, John^,John- , 
Matthias^) son of Major Lyman and Sophia (Cabot) Hitchcock, was- 



158 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

born June 25, 1799, prob. at Cabot, Vt. He man-ied about 1826, 
Mary Matilda Andres of L'Acadie, Canada East. He was a manu- 
facturer of cloth in St. Hilaire, Canada East. He died Aug. 27, 
1857. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

i. Stephen Washington', b. abt. 1827; m. Sophia E. Stevens, 
clau. Henry Stevens of Burlington, Vt. He graduated at 
the University of Vermont in 1848 ; was teacher of the 
Female Seminary in Burlington and d. in 1852. No 
children. 
336. ii. Alfred Clark, b. Aug. 14, 1835 ; m. Mary Jane Dudley. 

iii. Lucy Adelaide, b. abt. 1837; m. William B. Lindsay of 

Montreal, Canada, 
iv. Amelia Maria, b. abt. 1839; m. George Kemp of Montreal. 
V. Helen Sophia, b. abt. 1841 ; unm. lives in Montreal, 
vi. Clara Domatilla, b. abt. 1843; m. Edward Cluett, music 
dealer in Troy, N. Y. 

287. 

Miles'' Hitchcock {AsaheP , Dan*, John^, John^, Matthias''-) son 
of Asahel and Abigail (Law) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 4, 1767 in 
Cheshire, Conn. Married as his 2d wife, Oct. 25, 1825, Caroline 
Aertse, born Aug. 2, 1782, grand-daughter of Jeremias Aertse and 
Sarah Van Brunt Aertse. She died April 10, 1851. Miles died 
Dec. 9, 1843. He was a merchant in New York City. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

i. Mary Ann', m. Commander Robert Bradley' Hitchcock, 
li. Sarah Sophia, m. Lodewich 0. Fitch of West Bloonifleld, 
Ontario Co., N. Y. 

BY SECOND WIFE. 

iii. .Tames, 1 d. before the death of Miles as neither are men- 
iv. George, j tioned in his will. 

288. 

Andkew Law" Hitchcock (Asahel^, Ban*, John^, John', Mat- 
thias'^) son of Asahel and Abigail (Law) Hitchcock, was born in 
Cheshire, Conn., May 23, 1779. Lost at sea together with other 

Cheshire people Dec. 22, 1804. He had married Catherine , 

who died in Dec, 1807, se. 27. 



FAjnLY OF .TOHX. 



159 



CHILD. 

i. Miles Andrew', b. Aug. 5, 1805, in Cheshire; m. March 9, 
1828, Ruth Parker. Two children: 1, Frances'; 2, 
Edwakd. 

289. 

MiRcrs'' Hitchcock {EUakim° , Dan"', Jolin^ , John- , Matthias^) 
son of Eliakimand Amy Ancli-iis(?), was bora between 1800 aad 1809. 
his childkex were : 
1. John William' 
ii. Marcus. 
iii. Ja.me.'^. 
iv. Andrew Hull. 

290. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock (Dan^, Dan*, John''', John'^, Matthias'^) son 
of Dan and Anna (Perkins) Hitchcock, was born Jnne 22, 1776. 
He belonged to the " under the mountain Hitchcocks " of Cheshire, 
Conn. He married May 7, 1809, Sibyl Talmage. He was a black- 
smith and lived in Prospect, Conn. His wife died in 1881. 
his childkex were : 
1. Selmv'. 
ii. Anson. 

337. Iii. Silas, b. 1810; m. Hannah Sanfortl. 

iv. Dan, m. March 26, 1841, Nancy Talmage. 

338. V. MiLO, b. 1814; m. Rosetta Wilmott. 

vi. Philo, b. 1814; m. Dec. 2, 1841, Rosetta Blakeslee. 

Tii. Alfked. 

viii. Susan. 

Ix. Hannah. 

291. 

Chauncev^ Hitchcock {Dan=, Dan*, John^ , John'^, Matthias^) 
son of Dan and Anna (Perkins) Hitchcock, was born July 17, 1781. 
He married in .Ian., 1^02, Sarah Bristol. He was a pedlar and lived 
in Cheshire, Conn. He died in Bristol, Conn., in 1852 and his wife 
Sarah, April, 1868, se. 82. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Anna Matilda', b. Oct. 13, 1810; m. 1st, Lyman Litchfleld, 
Nov. 19, 1838; 2(J, Alfred Cooper, Oct. 7, 1868. 



160 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BKANCH III. 

ii. George, b. ; m. Nancy A. Hart of Bristol. 

iii. Sarah M., b. l^ec. 14,,, 1810: m. Robert E. Sloper, May 28, 

1843. 
iv. Benajah, I). Dec. 24, 1824; m. Nancy A. Mix in Kensington, 

Conn., 1848. 
V. Rebkoca, m. George Wilmot. 



292. 

Lyman ^ Hitchcock {Dan^^ Dari'*, Jolin^, John^, Matthias^) sod 
of Dan and Anna (Perkins) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 2, 1784, in 
Cheshire, Conn. He raarried, Jan. 1, 1809, Amy Hull, born in 1790, 
dausihter of Ebenezer Hull of Wallingford, Conn. His wife diedia 
1826 and he died Oct. 21, 1862. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

339. i. Friend Delos', b. Aug. 22, 1810; m. Lucy E. Doolittle. 

ii. Ira Hull, b. Oct. 31, 1812; d. in 1842 in Mobile, Ala. of 

yellow fever, 
iii. Lyman. 

iv. Louisa Ann, b. Oct. 24, 1814. 
V. Robert Footb, b. Aug. 25, 1816 ; m. Roxanna Bemis, March 

26, 1839; lived in New Haven ; no cliildren. 
vi. Amy Hull, b. Aug. 13, 1819 ; m. Nov. 7, 1841, Lucius Lancraft. 

He d. Jan. 14, 1878. Children: l,Maria^ Lanoraft,h.i!nn. 

25, 1844 ; d. April 19, 1865 ; 2, Emma J. Lancraft, b. March 

17, 1845; 3, George L. Lancraft, b. Oct. 17, 1848; 4, Ella 

A. Lancraft, b. July 3, 1852; 5, Lillie E. Lancraft, b. Jnne 

5, 1854. 
vii. Miles, b. 1821 ; d. a widower in Prospect, Conn., Oct. 21, 1874. 
viii. Mary Ann, b. 1823; m. in 1844, Giles Baldwin; d. in 1845. 



293. 

William Rupds ^ Hitchcock ( Eufus^ , Eliakim* , John^ , John'^ , Mat- 
thias^) son of Col. Rufus and Hannah (Lewis) Hitchcock, was born 
in Cheshire, Conn., June 5, 1797. He married Oct. 20, 1819, 
Mary Hull, daughter of Gen. Andrew and Elizabeth Hull. He was 
one of the leading men of his native town of noble heart and most 
winning manners. He was Executive Secretary of Connecticut, and 
for four years, 1834 and after, a member of the General Assembly 
of the state. He died in Waterbury, Conn., Nov. 25, 1865. 



FAMTLT OF JOHN. 161 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

340. i. RuFus Edward, b. June 19, 1821 ; m. June 18, 1851, Agnes 

Dubois Donnelly. Address, Waterbury, Conn, 
li. Andrew Hull, b. March 10, 1825; d. April 11, 1826. 
iii. AxNA Galpin, b. July 8, 1828; m. Rev. Jacob L. Clark, D. D. 
of Waterbury. 

341. iv. WniiAM Atjgusttjs, b. Jan. 25, 1834; m. Mary Webster 

Taylor. 
V. Henry Mason, b. Sept. 19, 1839; A. at sea, Dec. 23, 1860. 

294. 

Haklet^ Hitchcock {Tra^, Amos^, John^ , John^, Matthias^) son 
of Ira and Hannah (Hotchkiss) Hitchcock, was born April 19, 1798. 
He married Oct. 26, 1817, Sophia Welles, who was born Aug. 15, 
1798. He died April 1 , 1884 and Sophia his wife died April 25, 1885. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

1. Mary, b. Nov. 16, 1818; m. Jan. 11, 1834, Jobn Mc Mickle. 
He d. May 30, 1884 and she d. May 18, 1889. 

342. il. Elijah Ira, b. April 20, 1824 ; m. Ellen G. Heague. 

295. 

JoBN^ Hitchcock {Tra^, Amos*, John^, John^, Matthias^) son of 
Ira and Hannah (Hotchkiss) Hitchcock, was born March 4, 1809. 
He married Maria Sampson and lived in Massena, N. Y., to which 
place his father removed from New Milford, Conn. 
his children were : 

343. i. Zina B., b. April 4, 1833; m. Jemima Goodwin, 
il. Eliza. 

iii. Reuben. 

iv. Caroline. 

V. Henry. 

vi. Elizabeth. 

vii. John. 

viii. Alice, 1 <.„,.„ 

Ix. Allen, r^"^" 



296. 

BenjasiisS Hitchcock {Oliver^, Oliver'^, Matthias^, John^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Rev. Oliver and Mercy (Parker) Hitchcock, was born 
12 



162 



DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 



Aug. 13, 1780, prob. before his father's removal from Cheshire, 
Conn., to Granville, N. Y. He married Feb. 9, 1803, Amy Har- 
rington and in 1809 moved from Granville to Triixton, N. Y. and in 
1856 to Pana, Christian Co., 111. He died in August, 1863, ee. 83. 
Four of his children were bora in Granville, N. Y. and seven in 
Truxton. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

i. Mary Parker', b. Nov. 6, 1803, in Granville, N. Y. ; m. Stephen 

Parker and d. in Pana, 111. in 1886. 
ii. A. D. Nelson, b. July i, 1805, in Granville; m. Lucy Doud; 

d. in Pontiac, Mich. In 1853. 
iii. Amy, b. Aug. 5, 1807; m. Abraham Whitney; d. in Saginaw, 

Mich. Nov. 20, 1880. 
iv. Benjamin, b. Sept. 10, 1810, in Granville, N. Y. ; m. Deborah 
Stewart, in Boon, Iowa. 
SU. V. Oliver, b. April 15, 1812, in Truxton, N. Y. ; m. Elizabeth S. 

Rogers, 
vi. Joseph, b. Oct. 13, 1815; d. Nov., 1815. 
vii. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 13, 1816; m. Oliver R. Smith; d. atAlsron, 

Ohio in 1841. 
vlii. Priscilla Melissa, b. Eeb. 26, 1819; m. James A. Rogers, and 
d. at Homer, N. Y. in 1860. 
ix. Peter James, b. Sept. 16, 1823; m. Jan. 16, 1848, Caroline 
Webb. 
345. X. Lewis Emmons, b. Aug. 21, 1826; m. Jnlia Gray. 

xi. Martha Ann, b. April 1, 1828 ; m. Warren Kneeland. 



297. 

Oliver® Hitchcock (Oliver^, Oliver^, Matthias^, John^ , MattJiias^) 
son of Eev. Oliver and Mercy (Parker) Hitchcock, was born in 1782. 
His father that year became pastor in Granville, N. Y., having left 
Cheshire, Conn. He married Chloe Buecher in Cheshire, Conn., and 
died in Austin, Minn., in March, 1870. 

his children were : 



1812; living at Waukegan, 111. 



1. 


Orel'. 


ii. 


Orson. 


iii. 


Mary Ann. 


iv. 


Cornelius. 


v. 


Beecher, b. 



298. 

Daniel Mills" Hitchcock {Daniel^, Oliver*, Matthias^, Jolm^, 
Matthias^) son of Daniel and Chloras (Mills) Hitchcock, was born 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 163 

Nov. 20, 1787, at Barkhamstead, Conn. He married at Wilbraham, 
Mass., Aug. 29, 1810, Persis Stebbins, born at Wilbraham, Sept. 23, 
1784. He was a farmer, and died at Barkhamstead, March 31, 
1844, se. 57. His widow died at Springfield, Mass., March 1, 1866. 

HIS CHILDEEX WERE: 

i. DAXniL", b. May 28, 1811, at Barkhamstead, Conn.; m. at 
Springfleld, Mass.. Feb. 23, 1854, Emily Glddings, b. Nov. 
9, 1824 at Hartland, Conn. lie was a farmer and d. at 
Springfield, Mass., Nor. 25, 1879. 
ii. Ursula, b. July 9, 1815, in Barkliamstead, Conn.; a teacher; 
d. Oct. 30, 1845, in Southwick, Mass. 

299. 

MuNSOx^ Hitchcock (Jbus/t°, Oliver^, Matthias^, John-, McMJiias^) 
son of Joash and Mary (Munson') Hitchcock, was born at Hartland, 
Conn. He married Amelia Case and died in Ciinandaigua, N. Y., in 
1881. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE: 

i. Aloszo", m. Wealthy ; lives in California. 

ii. EOMAXZO, m. Hannah Adams. 

iii. Emilt, m. Austin Ailing of Canandaigua, X. Y. 

iv. Julia, m. Erastns Tiffany, Weymouth, Medina Co., Ohio. 

y. CrRTi.s, m. Ruth ; res. Bristol, N. Y. 

vi. Amelia, m. Watson Case of Canandaigua, N. Y. 

vii. Laura, ra. Henry Darrow, Ransom Corners, Ohio, 

viii. Orestus. m. Anna , Canandaigua, X. Y. 

300. 

Dr. Lucius" Hitchcock (r/io?ftas5,Jaso?i4,J/aH/urt.s3, John^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Thomas and Hannah (Moss) Hitchcock wasborn April 8, 
1776. He married at Stratford, Conn., May 12, 1799, Atheldrid 
Hall. He studied medicine at New Haven, Conn, and settled first at 
Stratford, Conn. Then at the invitation of Gen. Mcintosh and Mr. 
Miller who married the widow of Greene, who then owned the Island 
of Cumberland, Georgia, he removed to that island, and afterwards 
to- St. Mary's on St. Mary's river, Ga. He died in 1808 of yellow 
fever and his widow settled in Keene, N. H. 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

i. Julia Axs', b. March 4, 1800, in Stratford, Conn. 



164 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

il. Lucius, b. at Cumbei-land Island, Ga. ; studied medicine and 

practiced at Baton Eouge, La. ; d. unm. 
iii. Adeline Marietta, b. St. Mary's, Ga. ; m. in Keene, N. H., 

Rev. E. Jenney. 
iv. Lauhetta, b. St. Mary's, Ga. 

301. 

Thomas^ Hitchcock {Lemuel^, Jason^, Matthias^, John^, Mat- 
thias'-) son of Dea. Lemuel and Mamre (Hotchkiss) Hitchcock, was 
bom May 16, 1780, in Cheshire, Conn. He married 1st, Eunice 
Payne, and 2d, in May, 1815, Anna Tuttle who was born June 30, 
1784 and died in Windham, N. Y., in Oct., 1859. He diedin Wind- 
ham, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1866. 

HIS children were : 
i. Darius'. 
ii. Evis. 
iii. Susan. 
iv. Jason. 
V. Stephen. 
vi. Eunice. 

vii. Sarah Ann, m. in 1851, Carlos P. Holcomb, proprietor of 
Lehigh Tannery, Carbon Co., Pa., and farmer in Mauch 
Chunk, Pa. Son : Dr. John^ Holcomb. 

302. 

Dea. Lemuel^ Hitchcock (Dea. Lemuel^, Jason*, Matthias^, 
John^, Matthias''-) son of Dea. Lemuel and Mamre (Hotchkiss) Hitch- 
cock, was born Nov. 9, 1787, in Cheshire, Conn. He married 1st, 
in Durham, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1812, Hannah Hull. She died June 16, 
1841. He married 2d, Emily Belden Watrous of New Britain, Conn., 
who died in May, 1861. He was a man of deep religious char- 
acter, wise in his counsels and lovely in his life. His children can 
indeed call him blessed. He was Deacon and Elder and when his 
Pastor was absent a leader in all church work. He died May 16, 
1862, in Windham, N. Y. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Sarah', b. Dec. 2, 1814; m. Nathan B. Chamberlayne, address, 
Catskill, Greene Co., N. Y. Her children were: ^Nelson 
Parson^ Chamberlayne, d. at six months ; 2, Frances Jose- 
phine Chamberlayne, b. Feb. 8, 1838; unm.; a teacher. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



165 



346. 


ii. 


347. 


iii. 


348. 


iv. 




V. 




Ti. 


349. 


vii. 



Lemuel Baldwlk, b. Oct. 2, 181" ; m. Elizabeth L. Watrous. 
Ansox Xewell, b. April 9, 1820 ; m. Sarah Atwater. 
JOHX Emeksox. b. March 22, 1822 ; ra. Mary Jane Watrous. 
Parsons Fiske, b. June 2, 1824; d. Aug. 10, 1826. 
Haxxah Catherine, b. Dec. 9, 1827: d. Aug. 9, 1831. 
Charlotte Fowler, b. Dec. 6, 1830; m. 'Rev. A. McMaster. 

303. 

Zalmon^ Hitchcock {Lemuel^, Jason''^, Matthias^, John^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Dea. Lemuel and Mamre (Hotchkiss) Hitchcock, was 
born Aug. 30, 1-789, at Durham, N. Y. He married, Feb., 1819, 
Anne Bellows of ^Vindham, N. Y. He died in Big Hollow, N. Y., 
in 1872. His widow died in Brooklyn, L. I. in 1875. 

HIS CHLLDREX WERE : 

350. i. AuSTix Bidwell', b. Feb., 1820; m. Harriet Rowe. 
ii. Nelsox, b. Oct., 1821 ; m. Harriet Bagley. 

iii, iv and v, daus. d. y. 
vi. Emjielixe, b. 1830 ; d. 1871. 
vii. EosALYX, b. 1834; m. 1st, Eev. Lorin Madden; 2d, Francis 

Porter Sargeant of Brooklyn, N. Y. 
viil. Julia, m. William Coffin in Windham, N. Y., 1873. 
ix. Mary, d. in Windham, N. Y., se. 20. 

304. 

Lucius® Hitchcock (Lemuel^, Jason*, Matthias^, John^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Dea. Lemuel and Mamre (Hotchkiss) Hitchcock, was 
born at Durham, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1793. He married Jan. 18, 1826, 
in Durham, N. Y., Mehitable Emraeline Hayes, daughter of Luther 
and Mehitable (Baldwin) Hayes. She died in AVindham, X. Y., 
Sept.'lQ, 1848, and he died there in Feb., 1868. 

HIS children were : 

i. Luther Lemuel', b. 1828 : d. 1830. 

ii. DwiGHT Baldwix, b. Feb. 3, 1830 ; m. 1st, July, 1861 in Wind- 
ham, N. Y., Julia Atwater, who d. in 1864. He m. 2d, 
abt. 1870, Sarah Barney; no children. 

351. iii. Platt Osborne, b. May 10, 1832; m. atWindliam, abt. 1860, 

Emerett Atwater. 
iv. Harriet Sarah, b. March 5, 1834 : m. 1858, George Townsend 
of Norton HiU, N. Y. Children: 1, Lucius'^ Townsend, b. 
March, 1860; 2, Charles Tov-nsend, b. 1865; 3, Vestma 
Townsend, b. 1870. 



166 DESCENDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

V. Clemina Hayes, b. Jan. 19, 1836; d. May, 1850, at 15th year, 

burned to death, 
vi. William Hayes, b. March 22, 1839 ; m. abt. 1865, Evllla and 

res. at HensonviUe, N. Y. Child ; 1, Anna Daisy^, b. abt. 

1867. 



305. 

Lydia LuRENDAf^ HiTCHCocK [ IcJiabod^ , Jason'^ , Matthias^ , John'^ , 
Matthias''-) daughter of Capt. lehabod and Lydia (Cook) Hitchcock, 
who was born in Cheshire, Conn., July 19, 1786. She married 
Sept. 18, 1806, Hiram Cook Cson of Merriman* Cook, b. Nov. 12, 
1764, Elams, b. Nov. 10, 1735. P^phraim^, b. April 19, 1699, son of 
SamueP Cookwho was at New Haven, 1661.) They removed to Bur- 
ton, Ohio in 181o. She died April 5, 1864. The children of Lydia 
L. (Hitchcock) Cook were : 

1. Loly Arvilla' , b. July 10, 1807; m. 1st, in Nov., 1833, Raymond • 

Gaylord. He died and she m. 2d, Marcli 27, 1848, Rev. 
Joel Case. 

2. Lydia, b. Aug. 3, 1816; m. May, 1838, Dr. Sherman Goodwin. 

3. ^Ziza^jim, b. Sept. 8, 1818; m. Feb. 8, 1841, Peter' Hitchcock, 

Jr., son of Hon. Peter and Abigail Hitchcocli of Burton, 
Ohio. 

4. Sarilla, b. Dec. 20, 1827; m. Oct. 17, 1819, Richard Dayton of 

Troy, Ohio. 



306. 

Pliny^ Hitchcock {Ichabod^, Jason^, Matthias^, John^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Capt. Ichabod and Lydia (Cook) Hitchcock, w£is born 
in Cheshire, Conn, in 1787 or 1788. He married, Sept. 2, 1813, 
Sally Bradley. He died March 13, 1861, se. 73. His widow died 
Jan. 13, 1874, se. 81. 

HIS GHILDKEN WEBB : 

1. Jason Cook', b. April 29, 1814; d. Nov. 23, 1826. 

ii. Lydia LuRENDA, b. Feb. 10, 1818; m. . Munson; d. May 

17, 1879. 
iii. RoxANNA, b. March 23, 1820. 
iv. John A., lives in Liverpool. 
V. Jasox, d. Aug. 28, 1828. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 167 

307. 

Jasox" Hitchcock (This name may have been Ephraim as both 
Cheshire and Wallingford records say. ) (Ichabod^ , Jason* , Matthias^ , 
John^ , Matthias'^) son of Capt. Ichabod and Lydia (Cook) Hitch- 
cock. He married Esther Van Gordon of Cheshire and both died 
before 1825. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Clarissa Cook', b. Jan. 28, 1808; m. Horace Tyler of Eaton, 
Ohio, and d. abt. 1838, in Burton, 0. ; no children. 

352. ii. Ichabod, b. April 7, 1810; m. Emmeline Hotchkiss. 

353. iii. Ephkaim, b. Dec. 25, 1813; m. 1st, Merab Hart; 2d, Hannah 

Shute; a stone mason ; d. in Fair Haven, Conn., in 1881. 

307i. 

Levi^ Hitchcock (Levi^, Jason*, Matthias^, John^, Matthias^) 
son of Levi and Mary (Andrews) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, 
Conn., Oct. 23, 1786. He married Nov. 27, 1811, Elizabeth D. 
Holt of Norfolk, Conn. He lived in North Colebrook, Conn, and 
died there in June, 1846. His widow also died in Colebrook, Oct. 
28, 1855. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

354. i. Jason", b. Aug. 9, 1813 ; m. Lois Cobb. 

ii. Harriet E., b. June 15, 1815; m. Orlo Wolcott; d. Jan. 30, 

1846, Norfolk, Conn, 
iii. Mary D., b. Dec. 5, 1817; d. unm. 

355. iv. Sidney G., b. Sept. 1, 1819 ; m. Mary L. Wolcott. 

V. Allen N., b. June 10, 1821 ; m. Elvira Wilson, lives in Sandis- 

fleld, Mass. ; no cMldren. 
vi. Edwin H., b. Jan. 27, 1828; m. Harriet Shepard ; d. Dec. 28, 

1875. 
vii. Cynthia A., b. April 12, 1830; m. Humphrey Dewell. She d. 

June 11, 1869. Child: 1, Charles Hitchcock^ Dewell. 

356. viii. Levi R., b. July 23, 1833 ; m. Sarah Bentley. 

308. 

Reuben^ Hitchcock (Asa°, Bela*, Benjamin^, John^ , Jfatthias^) 
son of Asa and Asenath (Doolittle) Hitchcock, was born June 17, 
1794, and baptized in Cheshire, North Parish, Aug. 17, 1794. He 
married Jan. 1, 1832, Ehoda Hamlin. Rhoda died June 15, 1846, 
ffi. 49. He died Oct. 12, 1.SG3. 



168 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BEANCH III, 

HIS CHILDKBN WBKB : 

i. Hbnby R'., b. Dec. 24, 1832 at Cheshire. Lived three days, 
ii. Hakribt, b. March 21, 1834; m. Nov. 5, 1849, Jacob Day of 

Bristol, Conn, 
iii. Martha A., b. March 17, 1836; d. Dec. 5, 1858. 

309. 

Aaron Alfred 8 Hitchcock (Aaron^, Bela^, Benjamin^, John^, 
Matthias^) son of Aaron and Ruth (Tuttle) Hitchcock, was born in 
Cheshire, Conn., Nov. 24, 1786. He married Nov. 5, 1811, Lydia 
Alma Clark, born Feb. 15, 1 79 1 . He died July 2, 18.52. His widow 
died Sept. 24, 1875, k. 85. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKB : 

357. i. KuFus Augustus', b. Nov. 2, 1812. 

ii. Lydia Maria, b. May 31, 1815; d. April 30, 1841. 

358. ill. Charles Alfred, b. Aug. 24, 1817; m. Sept. 22, 1847, Lucretia 

Doolittle. 
iv. Andrew Hull, b. Oct. 27, 1819. 
V. CORNBLIA, b. May 23, 1822. 
vi. Ellen Amelia, b. May 24, 1832. 

310. 

Orrin^ Hitchcock {Joseph^, Beta''', Benjamin^ , John^, Matthias''-) 
son of Joseph and Rachel Johnson (Hall) Hitchcock, was born in 
Cheshire, Conn., July 28, 1797. He married Dec. 20, 1821, Fanny 
Langdon, who taught school in Southington, Conn. She was born 
Jan 14, 1799, and was a grand daughter of Amos and Azubah Hitch- 
cock. Orrin died Nov. 17, 1845J' when his widow Fanny married 2d, 
Julius S. Bristol. They lived in Cheshire. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. George Langdon', b. April 21, 1822 ; d. April 21, 1841. 

ii. Charles Atwater, b. Feb. 11, 1824; m. Polly Bogart of 

Oxford, 

iii. Andrew Langdon, b. Dec. 8, 1825 ; d. Nov. 24, 1829. 

iv. OKRisr Washington, b. Nov. 13, 1827 ; d. Sept. 7, 1843. 

V. An Infant, b. Sept. 27, 1829; d. Oct. 21, 1829. 

359. vi. Joseph Rodney, b. April 15, 1831; m. Roxana Gridley. 

vii. Fbedbrick Josephus, b. Dec. 4, 1832; enlisted In 12th Conn. 

Regt. in 1862, and d. in liospitalatBrashear City after two 

years service, Sept. 9, 1863. 
viii. Hannah Clark, b March 5, 1836; m. Isaac Lewis. 



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169 



311. 



AuGr#Tus8 Hitchcock (Joseph°, Bela*, Benjamin^, John-, Mat- 
thias^) son of Joseph and Rachel Johnson (Hall) Hitchcock, was 
bom July 2, 1806. He married Oct. «, 1829, Maria or Mavina 
Atwater. He died April 8, 1842. His child was : 
i. Edward Augustus'. 

312. 

Albert" Hitchcock {Joseph^, Bela*, Benjamin^, JoJin^, Matthias^) 
son of Joseph and Rachel Johnson (Hall) Hitchcock, was born in 
Cheshire, Conn., March 26, 1808. He married in Cheshiie, April 18, 
1832, Betsey Andrews of Cheshire, born there, Jan. 22, 1811. He 
is a merchant in Southington, Conn. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Albert Tranklix', b. Jan. 16, 1842, in Southington; d. Sept. 
22, 1844, se. 2. 

ii. FrajsCes A3IBLIA, b. April 21, 1833, in Southington, Conn. ; m. 
June 7, 1855 in Meriden, Conn., Henry Clay Young, of 
Jewett City, Conn. Children: 1, Charles Alberfi Young, 
b. Dec. 5, 1857; d. Feb. 18, 1858; 2, ErhnardWeltonYoung, 
b. July 18, 1859. He is ix merchant in Albuquerque, New 
Mexico, 
iii. JoSEPHi>E Louise, b. July 17, 1836; m. April 5, 1877, Rev. 

George Buck of Hartford, Conn, 
iv. Henry Albert, b. April 2, 1844'in Southington; m. in Cheshire, 
Oct. 4, 1870, Mai-y Frances Rogers of Cheshire. He Is a 
merchant in Southington, Conn. 

313. 

Anna" Hitchcock {Benjamin^, Benjamin*, Benjamin^, Jolm^ , 
Matthias^) daughter of Benjamin and Eunice (Hotchkiss) Hitchcock, 
was born April 19, 177."), in Cheshire, Conn. She married Nov. 9, 
1797, David Prichard, Jr., son of David and Ruth (Smith) Prichard. 
He died in 1837 and she in 1860. The children of Anna (Hitchcock) 
Prichard were : 

1. Minenri?, b. June 22, 1798; m. Francis Bancroft of East 

Windsor. 

2. William, h. March 20, 1800; m. June 16, 1825, Eliza Hall of 

Cheshire. 



170 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

3. Julius Smith, b. Feb. 14, 1802; m. Maria, dau. of J. Goodwin. 

Slie died in Brunswick, Oliio. 

4. Eli'dur Edwin, b. Sept. 19, 1804; m. Mar(;li 11, 1827, Betsey 

Janette Cooper, dau. of Asa of Derby. He died Nov. 29, 
1860 and slie May 29, 1887. Children were: 1, Mizabeth 
Ann' Prichard,\>. Feb. 24, 1828; 2, Sarah Johnson Priehard, 
b. Jan. 11, 1830; 3, Catherine Adelaide Frichard, b. Sept. 
15, 1836; 4, Florence Frichard, b. April 3, 1843. 

5. Martj Anne, b, Sept. 9, 1806 ; d. Nov. 24, 1824. 

6. Sally Hotchkiss, b. Ang. 29, 1808; d. Feb. 4, 1827. 

7. Dr. David, b. Oct. 24, 1810; m. Wealthy Hill Wilcox, Dec. 31, 

1833; d. 1868inNorwalk, Conn. 

8. Samuel Holland, b. May 27, 1813; m. Janette C. Hall, dau. of 

Lemuel of Cheshire. 

9. Charlotte Lucy, b. June 27, 1816; d. 1857. 

314. 

ManlyI^ Hitchcock (Benjamin^ , Benjamin'^, Benjamin^, John^, 
Matthias^) son of Benjamin and Eunice (Hotchkiss) Hitchcock, was 
born Dec. 23, 1783, and married Chloe Adams. In the war of 1812 
he was employed as a teamster to carry munitions of war between 
Sacketts Harbor and Buffalo. He bad twelve children, five boys and 
seven girls. About 1825 he and his brother Samuel moved to Ohio 
on the Western Eeserve, Lorain Co. They were pioneers and on a 
small tract of land they endured the haidships incident to that early 
day. Two boys died in infancy. He died in 1851. His widow 
Chloe died at the age of 84. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 
i. IBA M'. 

ii. M. S. 
360. iii. William Manly, b. in 1825 in Ontario Co., N. Y. 

315. 

Benjamin Tecman^ Hitchcock {Beiijainin° , Benjamin^, Benja- 
min^, Jolin'^, Matthias'^) son of Benjamin and Eunice (Hotchkiss) 
Hitchcock, was born in Waterbury, Conn., Aug. 19. 1791. He 
married Feb. 27, 1815, Julia Frisbie. daughter of Daniel. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Eliza Finetth', b. July 18, 1816; m. J. C. Beach. 
ii. Edward Milton, b. July 28, 1818. 





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FAMILY OF JOHN. 171 

361. iii. Shelton Tkujias, t). Dec. 13, 1822. 

iv. Juliette, b. July 4, 1828; d. 1831. 

V. Elmokb William, b. May 13, 1833. 

vi. George Bexj-oiix, b. Sept. 16, 1838. 

316. 

JoAB^ Hitchcock {TJiaddeus^, Be-njamin*, Benjamin^, JoTin^, 
Matthias^) son of Thaddeiis and Abigail (Arnold) Hitchcock, was 
born July 21, 1784. He married April 3, 1805, Hannah Barnes of 
Prospect, Conn., daughter of Diamond and Hannah (Payne) Barnes 
and grand daughter of Thomas Barnes, Jr. of East Haven, Conn. 
Hannah Payne was of the line of Eobert Treat Payne. He was a 
blacksmith. He died in 1825. His widow died in Prospect, Conn., 
Feb. 22, 1882, s. 94. 

. HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Linus', b. in Prospect, Conn.; m. ; d. July 1, 1831, drowned 
in Bristol, Conn. Left son : 1, William^, supposed to be 
in Fairfield Co., Conn. 
362. ii. Eeuben. b. in Prospect ; d. 1858. 

iii. Hannah, b. in Prospect; d. May, 1858 and was buried the 

same day witli her brother Renben. 
iv. Harriet, b. in Prospect; m. Harris Hotchkiss, widower of 

her sister Lucinda. 
V. Mary Ann, b. Feb. 24, 1814; m. Nov., 1836 in Fair Haven, 
Jared Forbes of East Haven. She d. in Fair Haven leav- 
ing five children. 
363.. vi. Robert, b. Feb. 10, 1816; m. Abigail Blakeslee. He was a 
stone mason and d. in Fair Haven, July 25, 1861. 
vii. LrciNDA, b. in Prospect; m. Harris Hotchkiss. Had 1, 

J/artha' Hotchkiss; 2. FranUin Hotchkiss. 
viii. Betsey, b. in Prospect; m. Oct. 18, 1843, Charles Hotchkiss 
and lived in Prospect, Conn. Had 1, Eldridge^ Hotchkiss, 
who m. Mary Warner and lives in Cleveland, Ohio; has 
two children. 

317. 

Lent MrxsON^ Hitchcock {Samuel'', Samuel*- , Benjamin^ , Jolin^ . 
Matthias^) son of Samuel and Mary (Miinson) Hitchcock, was born 
May 2, 1783, in Southington, Conn. He married at IS'ew Haven, 
Conn., June 18, 1806, Martha Newhall, born in New Haven, Jan. 2, 
1782. He was living in Southington in 1811. He died in Bridge- 
port, Conn., April i9, 1856, and his wife died there Dec- 6, 1856. 



t72 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH HI. 



HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Wm. N'., b. Sept. 27, 1807, at Baltimore, Md. ; d. unm. Aug 

9, 1835, lost at sea. 
ii. Mary Ann, b. July 18, 1809, in New Haven, Conn.; m. 

Whiting, in 1830. 
ill. Sophia, b. Nov. 30, 1810, in fionthington. Conn; m. in 1832; d. 

July 26, 1879, in Bridgeport, 
iv. Martha Maria, b. June 2, 1812 ; m. in 1831, EussellTomlinson 

of Bridgeport and d. June 25, 1881. 
V. Emily, b. Nov. 17, 1813, in Southington ; m. in 1837; d. Marcli 

19, 1839, in Galveston, Texas, of yellow fever. 
■vl. L. MuNSON, b. Oct. 15, 1815, in Southington, Conn.; m. Sept. 

10, 1839, in Wethersfield, Conn., Emily Elizabeth Clifford, 
dan. of James Allen Clifford and Emily Burroughs, who 
was only dau. of Edward Burroughs and Emily Ann Hawley 
of Bridgeport, Conn. L. Munson had one son, 1, Lent 
Munson' Hitchcock now living in Galveston, Texas. 
Lent Munson', d. in Galveston, Texas, Eeb. 27, 1869. 

vii. Franklin, b. Sept. 8, 1817, in Bridgeport; m. in 1847, Maria 
Gilbert of Stratford, Conn.; d. Oct. 20, 1870, himself and 
wife lost at sea, passengers on the steamship Varuna 
which S5,nk oif the coast of Florida. Left son and dau. 

viii. James Clifford, b. Oct. 12, 1819, at Bridgeport, Conn.; d. 
unm. Nov. 27, 1837, in Galveston, Texas. 
ix. Caroline, b. July 16', 1823, at Bridgeport; m. in ISil, B. S. 
Lupton ; is living at Stratford, Conn. 

318. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock {Samuel^, Samitel*, Benjamin^, Jolin^, Mat- 
s'^) son of Samuel and Mary (Munson) Hitchcock, was born 
July 25, 1787. He married 1st, Nov. 14, 1810, Miranda Yale. She 
■died May 12, 1824. He married 2d, Jan. 26, 1825, at Southington, 
Conn., Sally Cameron. 

HIS children were : 

i. Edward D'., b. Dec. 21, 1811; m. Oct. 21, 1840, Lydia A. 

Fuller, 
ii. Susan, b. Nov. 19, 1813. 
ill. James N., b. Jan. 10, 1823. 
iv. Samuel N., b. Dec. 5, 1826. 
v. Nancy L., b. Dec. 24, 1828; prob. m. Martin Hotchkiss, Jan. 

3, 1848. . 
vi. Franklin, b. Jan. 20, 1831. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 173' 



319. 



Alvah^ Hitchcock {Caleb^, Samuel'^, Benjamin^, John^, Mat- 
thias^) son of Caleb and Ada (Mallory) Hitchcock, was born in 
Southington, Conn., Feb. 15, 1807. He married March 30, 1828,. 
EmUy Neal of Fallsburgh, N. Y., neice of Rev. Rollin Neal of Bos- 
ton. She died May 24, 1881. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. Emmelixb', b. Southington; m. Jan. 5, 1848, Eichard Frisbie.- 
364. ii. Albert, b. Feb. 23, 1830 ; m. Mary E. Finch. 

iii. EsTHf:n, b. in Southington ; m. Loyal Durand of Waterbury. 

iv. Jane E., b. in 1836, in Southington; m. June 16, 1856, Samuel 
Miller of Wallingford. He d. June 16, 1861, in Walling- 
ford. Conn. 
1'. Emily, b. 1839 in Southington; m. Dec. 30, 1863, George A. 
Bradley of Fair Haveu. 

vi. Alice, b. in Southington; m. Oct. 15, 1866, Capt. Engene 
Atwater of Plymouth. He was in the war of the rebel- 
lion, entering the sen-ice at sixteen years of age. He 
was promoted Captain for gallantry at Fort Fisher. 
Eemaining in his country's service over four years he- 
returned home to be always an invalid until death gave 
relief. He died Dec. 14, 1878, in Southington, leaving a 
wife and four children. 



SEVENTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 



320. 

Horace Gatlord'^ Hitchcock {Silas'^, Amasa^, Peter*, John^,. 
John^, Matthias^) son of Silas and Polly (Bradley) Hitchcock, was 
born in Cheshire, Conn., Dec. 18, 1819. He married at Cleveland,. 
Ohio, Dec. 17, 1851, Mary A. Stone of Cleveland. He died there- 
Nov. 5, 1888. 



174 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Maky Stone', b. Nov. 1, 1852 ; m. March, 1875, Charles 0. 
Bassett. 

li. Clorinda Hays, b. March 9, 1854 ; m. Oct., 1875, E. H. Banick. 

iii. Silas, b. Nov. 7, 1856, in Cleveland. 

Iv. Cornelia Eodman, b. April 18, 1860. 

V. Ralph, b. Feb. 24, 1862. 

vi. Frank, b. Dec. 30, 1864; d. March 23, 1867. 

vii. Annabel, b. Sept. 15, 1868. 

321. 

Petek Augustus'' Hitchcock {Jairus^, Amasa^, Peter''', John^, 
JoJm^, Matthias^y SOB of Jairus and Amelia (Andrews) Hitchcock, 
was boin in Cheshire, Conn., Jnne 27, 1816. He married, Dec. 7, 
1845, Cecelia A. Rice, born in Ridgeford, Vt., Dec. 7, 1824. He 
died IMay 30, 1853. 

CHILD. 

366. i. Augustus Rice", b. Feb. 9, 1849; m. Jennie Curnow. 



322. 

Reuben' Hitchcock {Peter^, Valentine^, Peter*, Jolin^, Jolm^, 
Matthias'^) son of Judge Peter and Nabby (Coolc) Hitchcock, was 
born in Burton, Geauga Co., Ohio, 8ept. 2, 1806. He prepared for 
college in Burton Academy, and in 1823 at the age of seventeen he 
rode on horseback to New Haven, Conn, and entered the SopLo- 
morc'class in Yale College, graduating in Sept., 1826. For three 
years after while studying law, he had charge of the Burton Academy. 
In 1831 he began the practice of his profession in Paihesville, Oliio. 
After a time being made Judge of the Lake County Circuit. Sept. 18, 
1834, at Colebrook, Conn., he married Sarah M arshall, bringing her 
out to the western home. In 1846 he removed to Cleveland and formed 
the copartnership of Hitchcock, Wilson & Wade. He was chosen as 
one of the Ohio Convention which formed the new State Constitution 
in 1850. One year later he returned to Painesville, hoping to restore 
enfeebled health. He was made Judge of Common Pleas Court, 
which he resigned in 1855 to give his time to the RIaiioning Valley 
R. R. running from Youngstown to Cleveland until its completiou, 
when his law practice was renewed with the firm of Hitchcock, 



FAMILY OF JOHN. I '5 

Mason & Estep. In 1869 he was appointed Eeceiver of the Atlan- 
tic & Great Western railway and in 1875 Special Master in closing 
up the reorganized company under sale made by him as Receiver. He 
joined the Free Soil Party at the Buffalo Convention in 1848 and 
the Republican on its formation. In 1861 he was a member of the 
peace congress that tried to avert the civil war. He was an original 
trustee and early President of the Cleveland Society for Savings, and 
for many years Trustee of ^yestern Reserve college. The Lake Erie 
Female Seminary at Painesville was his favorite charity, and he its 
greatest benefactor. He was its President from its organization 
until his death, and deeply felt its value for the education of young 
women. He liad a deeply religious nature and for more than fifty 
years, was a devoted member of the Presbyterian or Congregational 
church. The last months of his life he laid aside the cares of busi- 
ness for re St at Clifton Springs, X. Y. where he died Dec. 9, 1SS3. 
Sarah (Marshall) Hitchcock was born at Colebrook, Conn., July 4, 
1811 and was daughter of Seth Marshall, b. Dec. 2, 177.5. (son of 
Thomas, b. Sept. 5, 1738, who in the Revolutionary war was in the 
5th Company, 17(h Regiment, Colony of Conn. ; sou of Thomas, b. 
1693, son of Thomas, b. 1663, son of Capt. Samuel, killed in the 
" Swamp fight," King Phillip's war ; son of Thomas made freeman of 
Boston, Mass. in 1635) and of Susanna (Frisbee) Marshall, born 
at Burlington, Conn., March 10, 1783, daughter of Zebulon, b. May 
2,1751, son of Zebulon, b. 1 716. Seth and Susanna (Frisbee) Mar- 
shall, m. at Burlington, Conn., June 10, 1802; resided at Cole- 
brook, Conn, and removed to Painesville, O. in 1835. She died at 
Cleveland, O., May 2, 1884. Both were buried at Painesville. 
Their children all born at Painesville, Ohio were : 

i. Sarah Amelia', h. Oct. 18, 1836; d. Aug. 7, 1837. 

367. ii. Peter Marshall, b. April 27, 1839 ; m. Sarah Jane Wilcox, 
iii. Hexry Lawrence, b. Aug. 1, 1841; d. Aug. 16, 1841. 

iv. Eliza Melissa, b. Nov. 3, 1842; m. June 1.5, 1875, (his 2d 
wife) George Walter ilorley, son of Albert and Esther 
(Healy) Morley. They res. East Saginaw, Mich, and 
have: 1, Beuben Hitchcock^ Jlorley, b. June 2. 1876; 2, 
Sarah Marshall Morley, b. June 7, 1879 ; d. July 12, 1880; 
3, Geo)v/e Walter Morley, b. May 24, 1881. 

368. V. Edward JIarshall, b. July 22, 1843; m. Emma Julia Webster, 
vi. Helen Marshall, b. May 25, 1853; d. Oct. 13, 1854. 



176 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

323. 

Pees. Henry Lawrence'' Hitchcock, D. D., (Peter'^, Valentine^, 
Peter^, John^, John^, Matthias^) son of Chief Justice Peter and 
Nabby (Cook) Hitchcock, was born in Burton, Ohio, Oct. 31, 1813. 
He prepared for college at Burton academy, graduated at Yale 1832, 
taught at Burton academy two years, partly taught and partly studied 
theology a third year, entered Lane seminary at Cincinnati, 0., in 
183.5, and studied two years under Dr. Lyman Beecher, was licensed 
at Burton, 1837, and ordained and installed, that year, pastor over the 
Congregational church in Morgan, O. He was married Dec. 20, 1837 
to Clarissa Mary Sophia Ford, eldest child of Stephen and Eunice 
(Brooks) Ford, born Aug. 20, 1818, at Burton. Her mother was 
daughter of Gideon and Clara (Pond) Brooks of Cheshire, Conn. 
Her father Stephen Ford was second child of John a.nd Esther 
(Cook) Ford, early settlers of Burton, O., from Cheshire, Conn. 
Esther Cook was daughter of Elam and Abigail (Hall) Cook, men- 
tioned under No. 62. In 1840 Mr. Hitchcock was called to the 
recently organized Second Presbyterian Church of Columbus, 0. 
He labored with such ardor and success that the prospered church 
found it must colonize and he helped in building a church and secur- 
ing a minister for the colony. He was called the leading minister 
of Central Ohio for that period. 

May 31, 1855, he was elected President of Western Eeserve Col- 
lege ; he accepted July 10th and was inaugurated at Commencement, 
July 1 2th. It was a time in the college history of great difHculty and 
discouragement, but with energy and patience he took up the work 
and met with success. He maintained the high standard, removed 
all encumbrances, added largely to the endowment, and for fifteen 
years labored as President, Professor, Pastor and Financial Agent. 
He was often called to serve surrounding towns. 

Worn out, he was obliged to lay aside work and Oct. 8, 1867, with 
Mrs. Hitchcock he started for Europe. They spent the winter in 
South France and touring in Italy and England. Returning in June, 
1868, he resumed work, but the old vigor was with diflBculty main- 
tained and in 1871, he resigned the presidency, remaining on the 
faculty as Instructor and Pastor. On a Sabbath afternoon, July 6, 
1873, after a short illness he died and was buried in Hudson, 0., 
July 8. Said President Cutler in his funeral address: "He had 
wonderful patience, trust, contentment in doing duty. ... He 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 177 

was always ready for service, no matter how humble the work, how 
hard, how unpopular. Whenever he saw duty, nothing could deter 
him from walking straight forward in the path of it. He was amaz- 
ingly self-sacrificing." The Committee of Cleveland Presbytery 
spoke of him as of a modest and self-distrustful spirit, yet independ- 
ent in thought and firm in action. 

Soon after his death Mrs. Hitchcock went to Michigan City, Ind. 
and lived with her oldest son until her death Sept. 20, 1878. She 
was buried in Hudson, O., Sept. 24, by the side of her husband and 
children. 

HIS CHLLDEES WERE : 

369. 1. Hekky YAiE^TTN-E', b. Sept. 29, 1838 ; m. S. E. Delano. 

ii. JOHS Ford, b. Aug. 30, 1840, at Columbus, 0. ; grad. W. R. 
C, 1859 ; enlisted in 18lh U. S. Inf . Sept. or Oct., 1861 ; was 
killed at Murfreesboro, Tenn., while 2d Lieut, and by- 
brevet 1st Lt. for gallant and meritorious conduct, Dec. 
31, 1862 in the battle of Murfreesboro. 

ill. Maky Claeissa, b. Columbus, Aug. 11, 1842; d. there Feb. 3, 
1853. 

iv. "Wm. Witter, b. Columbus, June 29, 1844; d. June 21, 1845. 
V. Sarah Melissa, b. Columbus, Sept. 27, 1846; m. at Michigan 
City, Ind., July 3, 1874, Thomas Day Seymour, b. April 1, 
1848, son of Thomas Perkins and Elizabeth (DayJ Sey- 
mour, who grad. W. E. C. 1870; studied in Germany 
'70—72, was Prof. Greet, W. E. C. 1872 to '80 and 
became Prof, of Greek at Tale, 1880. Children: 1, 
Elizabeth Day^ Seymour, h. Jan. 21, 1876; 2, Clara Hitch- 
cock ,SV-;/mo!/r, b. March 28, 1880; 3j Charles Seymonr, b. 
Jan. 1, 1885. 

vi. ElTv-ice Ford, b. Columbus, Jan. 31, 1849; d. there April 1, 

1851. 
vii. Albert Lee, b. Columbus, Sept. 3, 1850; d. at Hudson, 0., 

May 24, 1859. 
Tiii. Clara Makia, b. Columbus, May 16, 1853; res. at Michigan 
City, Ind. 

vs.. Carrie Brotherlix, b. Columbus, Nov. 30, 1855 ; d. Hudson, 
May 21, 1859. 

X. Charles Edward, b. Hudson, June 29, 1859 ; grad. TV. E. U., 
1883. Yale Div. School; Benson, Vt. ; m. Helen P. Sill. 

xl. Herbert Allan, b. Hudson, Nov. 15, 1862; grad. W. E. U., 
1884; res. Hudson, 0.; m. Mary Dunham Hillman. 

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178 DESCENDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

324. 

Abigail Saeah' Hitchcock (Peter^, Valentine^, Peter*, John^, 
John^, Matthias^) daughter of Chief Justice PeterandNabby (Cook) 
Hitchcock, was born Nov. 25. 1815. She married at Burton, 0., 
Sept. 16, 1835, Robert Hotchkiss, born at Cheshire, Conn., Aug. 11, 
1808, son of Oliver and Patty (Brooks) Hotchkiss. His parents 
settled in Burton in 1821. He owned a farm in that place and died 
there July 10, 1877. The children of Abigail (Hitchcock) Hotch- 
kiss were : 

1. Samuel CooV, b. July 5, 1837; m. Sept. 19, 1859, Mary E. Pier- 

son and res. at tlie homestead, where also his mother lives. 

2. Susan Emily, b. Dec. 2, 1841 ; d. June 21, 1843. 

3. Harlan Bobert, b. Feb. 14, 1845; d. Oct. 5, 1864. 

325. 

Hon. Peter'' Hitchcock {Peter^, Valentine^, Peter*, Jolin^,Jolin^, 
Matthias''-) son of Chief Justice Peter and Nabby (Cook) Hitchcock, 
was born at -Burton, Geauga Co., O., Jan. 16, 1818. He married 
there Feb. 8, 1841 , Eliza Ann Cook, born there Sept. 8, 1818, daugh- 
ter of Hiram and Lydia Lurenda (Hitchcock) Cook, who had removed 
from Cheshire, Conn, to Ohio in 1815. Lydia was daughter of Capt. 
Ichabod Hitchcock. Hiram was son of Merriman Cook, whowentto 
Burton in 1809 and he was son of Elam and Abigail (Hall) Cook. 
(See 62.) 

Peter Hitchcock obtained his school education at Burton, not grad- 
uating like his two brothers at Yale. He occupied the homestead 
farm and became prominent in political and legislative life. He 
became speaker of the Ohio House of Eepresentatives and was so 
long a member that he was called " Father of the House." In 1846 he 
was elected Justice of the Peace and held that ofl3ce for eighteen 
consecutive years and was re-elected in 1883. He seived in the leg- 
islature the terms '58— '69, '60— '61 , '66— '67, '70— '71 , '76— '77, and 
'78— '79. He was a member of the Ohio senate '62— '63 and '80— '81. 
In 1861 he was chosen speaker of the House and twice afterward 
speaker pro tem and also twice speaker pro tem of the Senate. 
In 1863 he was made Trustee of the State Asylum for feeble minded 
youth and he filled the position for about sixteen years. In 1846 he 
was commissioned by Gov. Corwin, Captain of the Geauga Guards 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 179 

an independent military company in Burton and held the position for 
tenyears. Inl862 he helped organize the Geauga Blues and was com- 
missioned Capt. byGov. Tod. In 1864 this company was called into 
the one hundred days service as part of the 1 71st Ohio N. G. and was a 
part of the time at Johnson's Island. On March 31, 1884 he became 
proprietor of the Geauga Leader and under his administration the 
paper achieved a popularity and influence it never bad before. 

The Cleveland Leader called him " one of the ablest parliamenta- 
rians and shrewdest debaters that ever sat in the Gen. Assembly." 
He was often on important committees and members of the opposite 
paity credited him with doing more to sei^ve the interests of the 
state upon questions of finance and taxation than any other member 
of the House. In 1873 he was a member of the constitutional con- 
vention which met at Cincinnati. From boyhood he was an active 
member of the Congregational church and through all the changes 
of life he never wavered from the Christian faith in which he died. 
His death came Nov. 29, 1886. 

HIS CHLLDEEX WERE: 

i. Reitbex Augustus'*, b. Jan. 28, 1842 ; unm., amember of the 

flrm of J. S. Ford, Johnson & Co., Wholesale Dealers in 

Chairs; res. Chicago, His. 
li. Chaeles Cook, b. Oct. 21, 1844; enlisted in Aug., 1862, in the 

105th O. Y. Inf. Killed at the battle of PerryviUe, Ky., 

Oct. 8, 1862. 
iii. Herbert Witter, b. July 14, 1846 ; res. Burton ; unm. 
iv. Axx Cyxthia, b. Aug. 27, 1850; res. Burton; unm. 

326. 

Melissa'' Hitchcock {Peter^, Valentine^, Peter^, John,^ Jolin^^ 
Matthias^) daughter of Chief Justice Peter and Xabby (Cook) Hitch- 
.cock, was born June 26, 1821. She married Nov., 1850. "William 
R. Tolles, son of Eansom and Ann (Stoddard) Tolles of Conn, and 
grandson of Xehemiah and Abigail (Terrell) Tolles. Mr. Tolles 
entered the army at the commencement of the civil war as Captain 
Co. B., 41st O. V. Inf. His health failing he returned home, but after 
a time was able to go again to the front. He was Lieutenant Colonel 
of the lOi, O. V. Inf., was wounded at Lookout Mountain and resign- 
ed in 1864. Melissa, his wife, died Julyl9,1855. He married, 2d, 
Nettie Fish and resides in San Bernardino, Cal. The children of 
Melissa (Hitchcock) Tolles were : 



180 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

1. Willie B'., b. at Burton, Aug. 1, 1851 ; d. Jan. 5, 1858. 

2. Helen, b. May 4, 1853 ; after her mother's death in 1855 was 

adopted as a daughter by Reuben and Sarah (Marshall) 
Hitchcock; m. Nov. 3, 1875, Frederick Healy Morley. 

3. Melissa Ann, b. at Burton, May 28, 1865. 

327. 

Esther Eliza'' Hitchcock (Peter^, Valentine^, Peter''', Jolin^, 
John^, Matthias^) daughter of Cliief JusticePeter and Nabby (Cook) 
Hitchcock, was born Sept. 7, 1823; She married in Burton, 0., 
Aug. 15, 1844, Andrew Lee, born at Lisbon, New London Co., Conn., 
Jan. 25, 1820, son of William and TSfancy Lee. They resided in 
Columbus until 1856 when they removed to LaCrosse, Wis. and in 
1862 to Nelsonville, Athens Co.,0. and finally to Northfield, Minn. 
in 1867, where they now reside. The children of Esther (Hitchcock) 
Lee were : 

1. William Andrew^, b. at Columbus, 0., Sept. 30, 1845 ; d. Aug. 

25, 1846. 

2. John, b. May 29, 1847, at Columbus: d. May 31, 1847. 

3. Charles Andrew, b. June 18, 1849 ; d. April21, 1870, atNorthfleld. 

4. Cynthia Eliza, b. Dec. 17, 1850; m. Dec. 17, 1870, at Northflelcl, 

"Willis H. Norton, son of Rev. W. W. and Fanny B. Nor- 
ton. She d. June 3, 1872, at Northfield, Minn. 

5. William Henry, b. Sept. 19, 1858, in LaCrosse, Wis. ; m. Oct. 6, 

1886, Anna Maude Williams. 

6. Clara, b. April 29, 1861 at LaCrosse, Wis. ; d. at Northfield, 

Minn., May 23, 1872. 



328. 

Cynthia'' Hitchcock {Peter^, Valentine^, Peter'^, John^, Jolvn?^ 
Matthias'^) daughter of Chief Justice Peter and Nabby (Cook) 
Hitchcock, was born July 16, 1825. She married Nov., 1861, Henry 
Tolles, born at Woodbury, Conn. Aug. 1, 1822, son of Sheldon and 
Abby Tolles and grandson of Nehemiah and Abigail (Terrel) Tolles. 
She died July 27, 1864. The children of Cynthia (Hitchcock) 
Tolles were : 

1. Hattie^, b. April 6, 1855 ; d. Feb. 29, 1856. 

2. Emily Witter, b. Sept. 7, 1856; res. in Burton, 0. 



FAJULT OF JOHN. 181 

3. Sheldon Hitchcock, h. Oct. 1, 1858; m. at Painesville, 0., April 

13, 18S7. Jessie King, born at Titusville, Pa., March 12, 
1866. Children : 1, Sheldon King^, born May 15, 1888 and 
2, mng, born Xov. 13, 1891. Grad. W. R. U. 1878; res. 
Cleveland, of law firm Kline, Henderson & ToUes. 

4. Abbie Osborn, b. May 9, 1861. 

329. 

David Lee'' Hitchcock {David^, David'', Peter-^, John^, John^, 
Matthias^) son of David and Hannah (Andrews) Hitchcock, was 
born Oct. 23, 1799. He married 1st, Sept. 17, 1821, Mary Dorches- 
ter ilorse, born Jan. 18, 1802, daughter of Jared and Sarah (Hitch- 
cock) Morse. She died at Guilford, Conn., Sept. 24, 1870 and was 
buried in Cheshire, Conn. He married 2d, Jan, 19, 1875, Mrs. Julia 
Thompson, who was born Dec. 19, 1802. He died at New Haven 
hospital, Aug. 15, 1881, and was buried in Cheshire. 

HIS CHLLDREX WERE : 

370. i. Sarah Louisa', b. Sept. 8, 1822; m. Edward Curtlss. 

371. ii. Reuben Morse, b. Aug. 14, 1827; m. Emmeline B. Barnes. 

372. iii. Hexrt L., b. July 11, 1829 ; m. Mary A. Bayles. 

Iv. Frances Jane, b. Xov. 1, 1830; d. Wolcott, Aug. 2, 1832. 

373. V. Frances Ann, b. Sept. 4, 1833; m. Solomon T. Parker. 

374. vi. Mary Augusta, b. June 21, 1841; m. Hiram P. Houston. 

330. 

LuciTis Wakner'' Hitchcock (Abner^, David^, Peter''', John^, 
John^, Matthias^) son of Abner and Mary (Warner) Hitchcock, was 
born Oct. 10, 1801. He married 1st, at Talmadge, Summit Co., O., 
April 20, 1826, Eleanor Wolcott, daughter of Gov. Guy and Abigail 
Wolcott. He married 2d, Mrs. Matilda S. Harvey, Jan. 3, 1877, at 
Akron, 0. He died Feb. 4, 1881. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

1. Wolcott Warner^, b. Sept. 24, 1827; m. at Springfield, O., 
March 23, 1854, Sarah Jane Morse. He was a farmer in 
Portage, Summit Co., 0. He d. March 15, 1871; no 
children. 

375. ii. Frederick, b. July 29, 1829; m. Louisa Seekins. 
iii. Ellen Arabella, b. Feb. 11, 1831 ; d. May 27, 1832. 

376. iv. Elizur, b. Aug. 15, 1832; m. 1st, Hattie Reed. 



182 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

V. Geohgb Ellswokth, h. July 1, 1835; m. 1st, Cynthia Minerva 
Stone, April 7, I860, at Talmadge. He ivas divorced and 
m. 2d, Mary Porter. He is a farmer and has no children. 

vi. Oella Pamphilia , b. March 31, 1839; m. Sept. 11, 1867, at 
Talmadge, Charles L. Harris. He is a farmer at Algona, 
Kossuth Co., Iowa. Children: 1, Howard Wallace Harris, 
b. March 12, 1873 ; 2, Lucius Wolcott Harris, b. Feb. 18, 
1879. 

377. vii. Herbert Paschal, b. July 18, 1841; m. Elizabeth C. Upson. 

331. 

Abnek D'. Hitchcock {Abner^^ Davicl^, Peter*, John^, John^, 
Matthias^) son of Abuer aiirlMary (Warner) Hitchcock, was bornin 
Waterbury, Conn., Aug. 12, 1804. He married at Talmadge, Sum- 
mit Co., O., May 13, 1S24, Emma Upson. He was a farmer and 
died at Cuyahoga Falls, 0., Feb. 28, 1879. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Edna Electa^, b. July 12, 1825; m. April 25, 1850, Rees Jones, 
Jr., and res. in Odell, Livingston Co., 0. 

378. ii. Henry Abner, b. Feb. 20, 1827 ; m. Alniira Halloway. 

iii. William Curtis, b. Dec. 23, 1829. His children are: 1, 
Charles F^. ; 2, "William C. He is a scout and farmer in 
Oregon, 
iv. Reuben Upson, b. May 3, 1832 ; d. April 5, 1834. 
V. Lucius Edwin, b. Oct. 7, 1834; m. Child : Ed\vard'. 
vi. HiKAM Barlow, b. Oct. 20, 1838; d. Sept. 26, 1855. 
vii. Albert Clarke, b. Feb. 10, 1841 ; d. Dec. 25, 1849. 

379. viii. Franklin Lewis, b. Oct. 3, 1844; m. Mary E. Grimm. 

332. 

David'' Hitchcock {Marcus^, David^, Peter*, John^ , JoJin^ , Mat- 
thias^) son of Marcus and Marena (Gaylord) Hitchcock, was born 
April 9, 1809. He married 1st, Sept. 11, 1833, Melissa Hitchcock, 
born May 13, 1811, daughter of Eoger and Sophia (Hickox) Hitch- 
cock, and grand-daughter of Valentine. David went about 1836 to 
Warren, 0., and in 1851 returned to Cheshire, Conn. Melissa died 
May 16, 1873, and he married id, Oct. 26, 1881, Sarah Bradley, 
daughter of Eri and Cynthia (Moss) Bradley of North Haven and 
grand-daughter of Jared and Sarah (Hitchcock) Moss. He res. in 
North Haven . 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 183 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Merexa Sophia', b. Xov. 15, 1841, at Warren, O. 
li. Roger Lawrence, b. Sept. 9, 1852, at Cheshire, Conn. ; m. 
June 30, 1884, Ellen Elizabeth Bald win , a grand-daughter 
of Merritt Hitchcoclv of East Haven. He res. in Anso- 
nia. Conn. 

333. 

Makcus" Hitchcock {Marcus^, David^, Peter'*', John^, John^ , 
Matthias''') son of Marcus and Marena (Gaylord) Hitchcock, was 
born June 25, ISl 1. He married at Claridon, Geauga Co., 0., Oct. 
18, 1838, Helen Maria Brockett. He died April 15, 1880, at Monroe, 
Mich. 

CHILD. 

i. George Elisha White', b. Oct. 28, 1845, at Claridon; m. at 
Monroe, Mich., Feb. 6, 1879, Florence Meda Tucker. He 
is a photogi'apher in Akron, U. He has : 1, Daisy Mary^, 
b. Dec. 22, 1880; 2, Georgiana, b. April 7. 1884. 

334. 

JoHX Lee' Hitchcock (LambeH^, John Lee^, John''', John^,Jolin^, 
Matthias') son of Lambert and Mary Ann (Preston) Hitchcock, was 
boru in Hitchcockville, Conn., Dec. 10, 1838; He married at Farm- 
ington. Conn., Aug. 13, 1862, Carrie M. Deming. He was a dentist 
and a soldier in 11th Conn. Vol. 

child. 
i. Lajibert D'., b. May 21, 1884, at Westport, Conn. 

335. 

HoEATio Elijah' Hitchcock (Didght Cabot^, Lyman^, Jotham*, 
John^ , John- , Matthias''-) son of Dwight Cabot and Eachel (Mathews) 
Hitchcock, was boru in Champlain, N. Y., March 8, 1818. He 
married Oct. 27, 1841, Eachel Stone of Champlain, born in Ascott, 
Lower Canada, July 23, 1820. He was Justice of the Peace for over 
thirty-one years at Perry's Mills, Clinton Co., N. Y. 
his children were : 
i. Adelaide A'., b. Aug. 17, 1842, at Champlain ; m. Nov. 28, 
1867, LeRoy S. Clark of that place. 



184 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

ii. Angeline M., b. March 13, 1844, at Champlain ; m. Sept., 1873, 
F. C. Bateman of Champlain. 

380. lii. Cassius M., b. July 28, 1851, at Champlain; m. Nancy I. Ryan. 

336. 

Ax-FRED Clark'' Hitchcock {Hiram Washington^, Lyman^ , Jotham*, 
Jolin^, John^, Matthias''-) son of Hiram W. and Mary Matilda 
(Andres) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 14, 1835. He married, Aug. 
15, 1858, Mary Jane Dudley, born in Champlain, N. Y., Aug. 16, 
1834. 

his childken were : 
1. Alfred Dudley^. 
il. Charles Edward. 

337 

Silas'' Hitchcock {Samuel^ , Dan^, Dan''' , John^ , John"^ , Matthias'-) 
son of Samuel tmd Sibyl (Talmage) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, 
Conn., May 16, 1810. He married 1st, in Cheshire, Oct. 10, 1830, 
Hannah Sanford, born in 1809. He was then living in Prospect, 
Conn. His wife died in 1852, in Cheshire. He married 2d, Cath- 
erine Hull. He is a farmer and mechanic and lives in Cheshire. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Orrin^, d. in Cheshire in 1831. 

381. ii. Henry S., b. Oct. 27, 1832; m. Sophronia Baldwin. 

iii. OrrinS., b. Sept. 7, 1834; m. May 27, 1858, Laura H. Ives, and 

had: 1, Mary J»., b. Dec. 15, 1874. 
iv. Stiles, b. 1839 ; d. 1857. 
V. Bbnajah, b. 1845; d. 1854. 

338. 

Milo'' Hitchcock (SamueP, Dan^, Dan*, John^, John^, Mat- 
thias'-) son of Samuel and Sibyl (Talmage) Hitchcock, was born in 
Cheshire, Conn., in 1814. He married (both of Cheshire) March 
14, 1841, Rosetta Wilmot. He died in Prospect, Conn., Oct. 21, 
1874, 88. 60. 

his children were : 
i. Elliott B^, b. abt. 1855. 
ii. Emma C, b. abt. 1857. 
iii. Sarah A., b. abt. 1859. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 185 

339. 

Fkiend Delos'' Hitchcock {Lyman^, Dan^, Dan-^, John^, John-, 
Matthias^) son of Lyman and Amy (Hull) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 
^2, 1810. He married Oct. 8, 1844, Lucy P:. Doolittle. 

HIS CHILDREX 'SVERE : 

1. Ira Hcxl^, b. Oct. 8, 1845; d. Aug. 29, 1849. 
il. JIakt E., b. April 19, 1847; d. Aug. 28, 1850. 
ili. Harriet L., b. Xov. 29, 1848; d. Aug. 31, 1849. 
iv. AxsiE M., b. Sept. 27, 1850. 

V. Mary E., b. April 10, 1852 ; m. Jan. 11, 1882, James F. Gill, 
vi. Edward D., b. May 12, 1854 ; m. Jan. 8, 1877, Harriet E. Love 
lace and has : 1, Ada E"., b. April 12, 1878; 2, Emma L., 
b. Xov. 5, 1881. 
vii. RoRERT E., b. May 15, 1858. 

340. 

RuFTS Edward'^ Hitchcock (William Rufus^, Rufus^, EliaMm.-^, 
John^ , Jolm- , Mattliias^) son of Wm. EufusandMary (Hull) Hitch- 
cock, was born June 19, 1821. He married June 18, 1851, Agnes 
Dubois Donnelly, of Catskill, X. Y., daughter of John Sluice and 
Jeannette Bogardus Donnelly. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE: 
i. John Dokneixy-, b. Aug. 9, 1852; d. May 16, 1853. 
ii. Agnes Dubois, b. Jan. 14, 1854. 

iii. William Edward, b. Oct. 23, 185.5 ; d. Sept. 20, 1856. 
\v. Frederick Hull, b. July 5, 1860; d. Sept. 29, 1860. 
V. Edward Edius, b. Aug. 20, 1863; d. July 19, 1864. 

341. 

Ret. WiLLiAir Augustus" Hitchcock (TFm. Rufus^, Riifiis^, Eli- 
akim^, John^, JoJin^, Matthias^) son of Wm. Rufus and Mary 
(Hull) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 25, 1834. He married in Middle- 
town, Conn., July 21, 1858, Mary Williams Taylor. He graduated 
at Trinity, 1854, at Berkley Divinity school in 1857, was Chaplain 
in the U. S. Navy for five years, received the degree of D. D. from 
Nebraska college in 1876 and of S. T. D. from Trinity in 1878, and 
is now Rector at Batavia, N. Y. 

his children were : 
i. Mary Louisa-, b. Dec. 21, 1859 ; d. Dec. 28, 1859. 



186 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

11. Louisa Taylor, b. May 14, 1861. 

iii. William Husky, b. Aug. 8, 1863. 

iv. Thomas Ckaven, b. Oct. 9, 1866. 

V. Anita Taylor, b. April 17, 1873. 

342. 

Elijah Iha'' Hitchcock (IfaWe2/6, Ira^, Amos*, Jolm^, John^, 
Matthias^) son of Harley and Sophia (Welles) Hitchcock, was born 
in Northern New York, April 20, 1824. He married Oct. 27, 1846, 
Ellen G. Heague, born May 15, 1832. He died March 7, 1890, in 
Louisville Landing, N. Y. 

HIS children were : 
i. Maky A'., b. March 9, 1848; d. May 12, 1849. 
ii. LoDiSA, b. Sept. 23, 1849; m. Dec. 9, 1868, John A. Christy of 

Brookclale, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. 
iii. Ira, b. June 11, 1851; cl. April 28, 1887. 
iv. John M., b. Oct. 21, 1854;, m. Sept. 23, 1879, Martha Lee and 
had: 1, Laura Louisa'; 2, Zina John, d. Nov. 17, 1889. 
V. Freddy, b. July 6, 1857; d. Feb. 28, 1863. 
vi. Sophia, b. April 18, 1859; d. Feb. 28, 1860. 
vii. Emma, b. June 8, 1860; d. Sept. 15, 1861. 
viii. Franks., b. Aug. 23, 1862; m. Oct. Sd, 1883, Julia Ann Buner. 
ix. EifFiE E., b. March 16, 1865. 
X. jSTorman, b. March 15, 1867; d. March 15, 1883. 
xi. IKA A., b. Aug. 5, 1872. 

343. 

Eev. Zina B''. Hitchcock (John^, Ira^. Amos*, John^, JoJm^, 
Matthias^) son of John and Maria (Sampson) Hitchcocli, was born 
in Massena, N. Y., April 4, 1833. He married there, March 20, 
1856, Jemima Goodwin, born Nov. 2, 1834. He was a member of 
the N. N. Y. conference and was transferred to the South Kansas 
conference. He died at Cedar Vale, Kansas, during the third year 
of his ministry there, Oct. 28, 1882. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Willie T'., b. April 12, 1857, atLouisville.N. Y.; ra.atCedar- 

ville, Kansas, Jan. 16, 1883, Mattie Bolton, 
ii. Rev. John D., b. July 20, 1859, at Massena, N. Y.-; m. at 
Cedar Springs, Mich., Sept. 15, 1883,EvaKushtonof that 
place. He is a horticulturist. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 187 

iii. Elvira M.,b. Oct. 27, 1862, at Riverside, Ont. ; m. at Elm 
Grove, Kan., Sept., 1879, T. R.Lockley, business manager 
of a publishing house, Kansas City, Mo. 

iv. Eva H., b. May 9, 1868, at Inkerman, Ont. 
V. Marion E., b. Aug. 4, 1874, Edwards. St. Lawrence Co.,X. Y. 

344. 

Oliver'' Hitchcock {Benjamin^, Olive i-°^ OUcer*, Matthias^, 
John^, Jfa.tthias^) son of Benjamin and Amy (Harrington) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Truxton, N. Y., April l.'i, 1S12. He married in. 
Cortland, N. Y., Feb. 18. 1840, Elizabeth S. Eogers. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Sarah LucrsDA^, b. Oct. 13, 1841, at Truxton, N. Y. 

11. Mart L., b. June 28, 1843, at Skaneateles, N. Y. 

ili. OnvEu A., b. Nov. 22, 1845, at Cortland. 

Iv. Eogers H., b. Jan. 1, 1849, at Cortland. 

^ . Ida L., b. Sept. 1.5. 1852, at Cortland, 

vi. Nelsox H., b. March 12, 1855, at Cortland ; d. July 15, 1885. 

345. 

Lewis E''. Hitchcock {Benjamin^, Oliver^, Olixer*, MaMhias^, 
John^, Matthias'^) son of Benjamin and Amy (Harrington) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Tnixlon, N. Y., Aug. 21. 1826. He married Dec. 
29, 1852, Julia Gray. 

HIS CHILDKKS WERE : 

i. Theodore A'., b. March 1, 1855, at Truxton, X. Y. 
ii. Ella F., b. Aug. 5, 1860, at Grand Rapids, Wis. 

346. 

Lejicel Baldwix'' Hitchcock {Lemuel'^, Lemuel^, Jason*. Mat- 
thias^, John^, Matthias'^) son of Dea. Lemuel and Hannah (Hull) 
Hitchcock, was born Oct. 2, 1817. He married in X. Y., Elizabeth 
A. Watrus, born in New Britain, Conn., Aug., Ib22. He, with his 
brothers John E. and Anson, lost everything in a paper mill in Big 
Hollow, Green Co., N. Y., and in hopes of retrieving their losses 
Baldwin and John E. went to California in 1855, leaving their fam- 
ilies in Big Hollow. They returned after four years with but little 
success. He became a farmer. He died Sept. 29, 1866 inEoseville, 
Illinois. 



.188 DESCENDANTS OP MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BEANOH III. 

HIS CHILDREN WEUE : 

i. Emily Jane', b. Jan. 1., 1841 ; d. May 17, 1858, in Windham, 

N. Y. 
ii. Martha A NGisLiNB, 1). Aug. 30, 1843; m. 1867, in Roseville, 
111., Pliny F. Axtell, and d. July 11, 1884, in Stirling, 
Kansas and left four children, 
iii. Charles Parsons, b. Sept., 1845, at "Windham, N. Y. ; is living 

in Nebraska, 
iv. Howard NiLES, b. Feb. 19, 1849; m. 1869, Clara Dillon; d. 
July 16, 1884 in Kansas, struck by lightning. 
V. Carrie E., b. Feb., 1861, at Washington, D. C. 
vi. Ada H., b. May, 1863, at Washington, D. C. ; now living in 
Nebraska. 

347. 

Anson Newell "^ Hitchcock (Lemuel^, Lemuel^, Jason,*, MattJiias^, 
-John^, Matthias^) son of Dea. Lemuel and Hannah (Hull) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Windham, N. Y., April 9, 1820. He married 
Sarah Atwater and died in Windham in April, ]864. 
his children were : 
i. Lemuel Atwater', b. Jan, 1, 1845; m. Sarah Phelps; has a 

large family, 
ii. Sarah Idella, b. May 15, 1847; m. 1st, in 1869, Joseph Nor- 
thrup, who d. in 1874. She m. 2d, in March, 1883, Lucius 
Woodworth and d. in Hunter, N. Y., Nov. 1, 1884. 
iii. Charlotte Estelle, b. May 25, 1849; m. Lemuel Woodworth 

in 1873 and has three children, 
iv. Emerett Frances, b. at Windh.am, N. Y. ; m. Japhet Vining 

in Jewett, N. Y. 
V. Lucius Anson, b. 1859; d. 1860. 
vi. Jennie May, b. Feb. 2, 1861, at Windham, N. Y.; m. Willard 

Crandall ; two children, 
vii. Moses Edwin, b. Feb. 18, 1863, at Windham. 

31$. 

John Emerson'' Hitchcock {Lemuel'^, Lemuel^, Jason*, Matthias^, 
John^, Matthias^) son of Dea. Lemuel and Hannah (Hull) Hitch- 
cock, was born March 22, 1822. He married, March 27, 1846, Mary 
Jane Watrous of Springfield, Mass., who died in 1866. He spent 
four years in California, 1855—9, and died in Windham, N. Y., July 
13, 1861. 



FAMILY or JOHN. 189' 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

i. Floba JAXE^ b. Sept., 1849 ; m. Fletcher Hnlbert of Durham, 
X. Y. 

382. ii. John EVEKABD, b. Aug. 27, 1851 ; m. J. White. 

383. ill. BrEDETT, b. Nov. 6, 1852 or 1853, Winclham, X. Y. ; m. S. M.^ 

Potter; lives in New Britain, Conn. 

349. 

Charlotte Fo-wler'' Hitihcock (Lemuel^ , Lemuel^ , Jason^ , Mat- 
thias^, John-, Matthias^) daughter of Dea. Lemuel and Hannab 
(Hull) Hitchcock, was born Dec. 6, 1830. She married at Wind- 
ham, N. Y.,Oct. 26, 1859, Eev. Ariel McMaster, who is Prof, in 
Cherry Vallej- Academy and preaching in a small church out of town. 
The children of Charlotte (Hitchcock) McMaster were : 

1. Lemuel Hitchcock^, b. Sept. 12, 1861, at Butternuts, N. T. ; d. 

Dec. 24, 1863. 

2. Edicard Ariel, b. Sept. 11, 1863; went to Hamilton college. 

3. Bavid Hull, b. Dec. 1, 1865. 

4. Charlotte Sitchcock, b. Aug. 23, 1867. 

5. Frank Charaberlayiie, b. Aug. 22, 1868. 

350. 

ArjTix Bidwell'' Hitchcock (Zalmon^, Lemuel^, Jason*, Mat- 
thias^, John-, Matthias^) son of Zalmon and Anna (Bellows) Hitch- 
cock, was horn in 1820. He married in Big Hollow, Green Co., N. 
Y., in 1842, Harriet K. Eowe of that place. Children (all born 
there) were : 

i. Adelaide A^., b. 1843. 

il. Charlotte A, b. 1847. 
iii. Florence V., b. 1850. 

iv. Zalmon A., b. 1856. 

V. Mary R., b. 1860. 

351. 

Platt Osborn'' Hitchcock (Lucius^ , Lemuel^ , Jason''' , Matthias^ ^ 
John"^ , Matthias^) son of Lucius and Emmeline M. (Hayes) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Windham, ]S^. Y., May 10, 1832. He married, 
there about I860, Emerett Atwater. 



.190 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

i. EvAS'.,b. Aug. 13, 1861. 

ii. Rose E., b. April 23, 1865. 

iii. Ella A., b. Dec. 29, 1869; d. March 26, 1870. 

iv. Alfred Dwight, b. Aug. 1, 1874. 

V. Julia Vbstura, b. Dec. 18, 1876. 

vi. Willie, b. March 20, 1878. 

352. 

Ichabod' Hitchcock (Jason^, Ichabod^ , Jason* , Matthias^, John^, 
Matthias^) son of Jason and Esther (Van Gordon) Hitchcock, was 
born in Cheshire, Conn., April 7, 1810. He married in Prospect, 
•Conn., Aug. 30, 1835, Lucy Emmeline Hotchkiss. He died in 
Prospect, Nov. 2, 1883. 

CHILD. 

i. Watson C^., b. Oct. 5, 1838, in New Haven, Conn.; m. July 
30, 1868, Agnes A. Morse; served in the civil war from 
1862—1865. Cliild : 1, Agnes Louise^, b. March 25, 1872. 
He lives in Prospect, donn. 

353. 

Ephraim'' Hitchcock (Jason^, Ichahod° , Jason* , Matthias^ , Jolin^ , 
Matthias'^) son of Jason and Esther (Van Gordon) Hitchcock, was 
-born Dec. 25, 1813. He married, 1st, April 80, 1837, Merab Hart. 
She died in 1850. He married, 2d, Hannah Shute. He was a 
Mason and died in Fair Haven, Conn., Dec. "27, 1881. 

his CHILDREN WERE : 

384. i. George G0RD0N^ b. Jan. 30, 1838 ; m. Louisa Hughes. 

ii. Esther Cornelia, b. Oct. 14, 1839, at North Haven, Conn.; 
m. April 14, 1860. Ansel Doolittle. 
■ iii. Ellen Frances, b. Eeb. 8, 1844 in Fair Haven ; m. Amos Hall, 

Sept., 1860. 
iv. Merab, b. Aug. 12, 1850, in Fair Haven; m.^ Sept., 1871, 

William Bradley. 
V. Hannah Louisa, b. June 10, 1851; m. Edgar Eiker. 

385. vi. Frank Ichabod, b. Nov. 7, 1854; m. LestiaL. Butterfield. 
vii. Mary Eliza, b. June 27, 1856 ; m. Benjamin Fairbrother, 

354. 

Jason' Hitchcock (Lem^, Levi^, Jason* , Matthias^ , John^ , Mat- 
-thias^) son of Levi and Elizabeth D. (Holt) Hitchcock, was born 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 191 

Aug. 9, 1813. He married Lois Cobb, and died in Colebrook, Conn., 
June 30, 1868. 

HIS CHU-DREX WEEB : 

i. Cakoleje-. 

il. Fkedekick B. 

iii. Isabel, m. George Baird a druggist in Lee, Mass. 

iv. J. Holt, cloclvmalcer. 

V. Nelsox D., druggist in Chicago. 

Ti. Cores the. 

355. 

SiDSET G'. Hitchcock (Levi^, Levi°, Jason* , Mattldas^ , Jolin^, 
Matthias^) son of Levi and Elizabeth D. (Holt) Hitchcock, was 
born in Colebrook, Conn., Sept. 1, 1819. He married in Sandisfield, 
Mass., Nov. 2.T, 1841, Mary L. Wolcott, born there July 16, 1819. 
He represented Colebrook in the General Assembly of Conn, in 
1871. He died in Colebrook, Oct. 27, 1872. 

- HIS childken WEKE : 

386. 1. Albert William', b. June 6, 1843; m. Elizahetli A.Thompson. 

11. Charles X., b. March 27, 1845; m. Ma3', 1871, Mary Taintor. 

iii. Mart A., b. July 6, 1847; m. Albert Butler, 

iv. Ida Viola, b. Oct. 5, 1849; m. Rhierson Stillman. 

V. Clifford W., b. Feb 3, 1852; m. Lucy Granger, 

vi. Hattie E.,b. Oct. 19, 1854; m.Beecher Hamilton at Colebrook. 

Til. John L., b. June 17, 1860, at Sandislield ; unm. 

356. 

Levi R'' . Hitchcock {Leci^, Levi^, Jason*, Matthias^, John^, JTat- 
thias^) son of Levi and Elizabeth D. (Holt) Hitchcock, was born in 
Colebrook, Conn., July 23, 1833, and married Jan. 1, 1856, Sarah 
Bentley, born at Colebrook, March 26, 1888. He was a farmer and 
died there May 7, 1873. His widow died Dec. 7, 1879. 
his childrex were: 
i. Edward 0*., b. April 20, 1858; m. in Winsted, Conn., Sept. 

25, 1879, Eva Hotclilviss; res. Eiverton, Conn, 
ii. C-i-XTHiAM., b. April 24, 1860; m. March 10, 1877, William 

Oles ; res. North Colebrook. 
iii. Ellen B., b. Feb. 15, 1863; d. Aug. 29, 1869. 
iv. EoLLix L., b. June 26, 1868. 
V. Elizabeth L., b. Sept. 29, 1870; res. Colebrook Center. 



192 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BEANCH III. 

357. 

Edfus Augustus'^ Hitchcock (Aaron Alfred^ , Aaron^,Bela*, Ben- 
jamin^, JoJm^, Matthias^) son of Aaron Alfred and Lydia Alma 
(Clark) Hitchcock, was bom in Cheshire, Conn., Nov. 2, 1812. He 
married in 1842, Mary A. Goodwin, who wasbornDec. 16, 1822 and 
died Oct. 29, 1875. He died April 16, 1886. 

his childkbn were : 

i. William Adgustus^, b. March 8, 1844, died in Andersonville 

prison, July 10, 1860. 
li. Dexter, b. Oct. 17, 1845. 
lii. Geoegb. Goodwin, b. Feb. 22, 1847. 
iv. Maey A., b. Sept. 2, 1855. 

358. 

Charles Alfred'' Hitchcock (Aaron Alfred^, Aaron^, Bela*, 
Benjamin,^ JoJm^, Matthias^) son of Aaron Alfred and Lydia Alma 
(Clark) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 24 , 1 81 7. He married in Cheshire, 
Conn., April 23, 1847, Lucretia Doolittle, born May 26, 1823. He 
was a farmer and resided at West Cheshire. He died in 1890. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

387. i. ScovILLE^ b. Sept. 13, 1848; m. 0. A. Knowlton. 

11. Walter, b. Aug. 31, 1856; Dr. in Norwalk. 

359. 

Joseph Rodney'' Hitchcock (Orrin^, Joseph^, Bela'^, Benjamin^, 
John^, Matthias^) son of Orrin and Fanny (Langdon) Hitchcock, 
was born in Southington, Conn., April 15, 1831. He married there 
Oct. 21, 1855, Itoxana Gridley, born May 30,1830, daughter of 
Artemas. He lives in Michigan. 

CHILD. 

i. Herbert C^, b. June 8, 1866. 

360. 

Rev. William Manly'' Hitchcock (Uanly^, Benjamin^, Ben- 
jamin'^, Benjamin^, John^, Matthias^) son of Manly and Chloe 
(Adams) Hitchcock, was born in Ontario Co., N. Y., in 1825. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 19S 

Lameness from accident secured to him more education than the other 
children who could only go to school in the winter. At nineteen he 
was converted during a Methodist revival. It proved the turning 
point of his life. His feeling was, " I must preach the gospel." Hi& 
family gave him a horse and with the Bible in his saddle bags he 
rode through Northern Ohio and was called the " Boy Preacher." 
His work was short as he died when twenty-seven, being then Pastor 
of the church in Toledo, Ohio. His wife was a descendant of the 
Mayflower Popes. 

CHILD. 

i. William D'., b. 1849, at Dover, 0. He is treasurer of Tooga- 
loo University, Miss. 

361. 

Sheltox Teumax'^ Hitchcock (Benjamin Truman^, Benjamin^ , 
Benjamin''', Benjamin^ ,John^ , Matthias^) son of Benjamin Truman 
and Julia (Frisbie) Hitchcock, was born in AYaterbury, Conn., Dec. 
13, 1822. He married Oct. 6, 1855, Cornelia C. Andrews, who was 
born Aug. 22, 1833. He resides on the old turnpike road near Judd's 
Hill in Wolcott, Conn. He has been representative and selectman a 
number of terms each. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Jen>-ie J-., b. March 25, 1857. 

ii. Nellie C, b. Aug. 22, 1860. 

iii. Eva U., b. Sept. 1, 1862; d. Sept. 8, 1862. 

iv. Elbert S., b. Nov. 7, 1867. 

362. 

Eeubex'^ Hitchcock {Joab^, Thaddeus^ , Benjamin'^, Benjamin^ , 
John^, Matthias^) son of Joab and Hannah (Barnes) Hitchcock, was 
born in Prospect, Conn., and died there in 1858. He had been mar- 
ried and left children. 

HIS CHILDEEX WERE : 

i. Naxct'', m. Justin Luddington of Eair Haven and has: 1, 

William' Luddington ; 2, Lilly Luddington. 
ii. Harriet, m. John Christopher, 
iii. Henry, m. and lives in Plantsville, Conn. 

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194 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK.. BRANCH III. 

363. 

Robert'' Hitchcock {Joab^, Thaddeus^, Benjamin^, Benjamin^, 
John^, Matthias''-) son of Joab and Hannah (Barnes) Hitchcock, 
was born in Prospect, Conn., Feb. 10, 1816. He married in North- 
ford, Sept. 25, 1836, Abigail Blakeslee, born at North Haven, Conn., 
Jan. 3, 1817, and d. 1893. He was a mason and builder and died 
July 25, 1861. 

HIS CHILDREN WEUE : 

1. Horace Robert', b. Nov. 9, 1837, in Fair Haven ; learned his 
father's trade, but was preparing for the ministry; d. 
March 23, 1858. 
388. ii. Henry Washington, b. July 10, 1841 ; m. 1st, Kate Candy. 

ill. Laura Jane, b. Oct. 1, 1843 at Fair Haven; d. June 24, 1845. 

iv. Sakah Louisa, b. Nov. 11, 1845, at Fair Haven; m. Newell F. 

Burritt of Stratford, Nov. 19, 1868. He was son of 

Robert. 

V. Mehbick Tuttle, b. May 19, 1851 ; m. Jnne 16, 1873, Annie 

M. Smith of Tacoma, Wash, 
vi. Mbrritt Blai£ESLee, b. May 19, 1851; m. March 10, 1869, 
Adelaide Malone of Stamford, Conn., b. Sept. 14, 1848. 
No children. 

364. 

Albert'^ Hitchcock (^Alvah^, Caleb^ , Samuel'^ , Benjamin^ , John^ , 
MattJiias'-) son of Alvah and Emily (Neal) Hitchcock, was born in 
Southington, Conn., Feb. 23, 1830. He married July 4, 1853, Mary 
E. Finch of Wolcott, Conn. 

child. 
i. Adelbert*, b. Jan. 5, 1860 in Wolcott; m. in Forrestville, 
Nov. 4, 1880, Elsie Bird. They have: 1, Lewis', b. May 
15, 1883, in Wolcott. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 195 



EIGHTH GEXERATION AND CHILDREN. 

366. 

AcGrsTus Rice* Hitchcock (Peter Augustus'', Jail-US'^, Amasa^, 
Peter*, John^, John'-, Matthias^) son of Peter Augustus and Cecelia 
(Rice) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, Conn., Feb. 9, 1849. He 
married, April 3, 1869, .lennie Curnow, born Sept. 1-2, 1849, in 
Ludgvan, England. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Graham Augustus', b. March 1, 1870. 
ii. Alick Cecelia, b. Sept. 9, 1871. 

367. 

Peter Mabshall* Hitchcock {ReiiJjen'' , Peter^ , 'Valentine^ , Peter*, 
Jolm^, JoJin^, Matthias^) son of Reuben and Sarah (Marshall) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Painesville, Ohio, April 27, 1839. He received 
his education there, and at the Western Reserve college in Hudson, 
0. In 1858 he began his business life at a Blast Furnace near 
Ironton, and in 1859 was in the Rolling Mills at Youngstown, 
0. At the breaking out of the Civil war, he felt the country should 
have his services, and he enlisted at Youngstown April 25, 1861, for 
three months in the 1 9th Ohio Vol. Inf. In August lie was made 1st 
Lieut, and Quartermaster of the L'Oth Ohio Vol. Inf. and mustered 
into the three years sei'vice. He was at Fort Donaldson and Shiloh, 
and with the Army of the Tennessee from its organization, and through 
all its campaigns as Regimental Brigade or Division Quartermaster 
until mustered out Aug. 20, 1864, at the expiration of his term of 
service. The following month Sept. 28, he married at Painesville, 
Sarah Jane Wilcox, who was born there Nov. 2, 1840, and daughter of 
Aaron Wilcox, who came from North Killingworth, Conn., born 
March 8, 1814, (son of Moses, b. 1772, son of Abel a soldier in the 
Revolution, son of Abel who lived at Killingworth, Conn.) and of 
Eliza Jane Morley,b. Nov. 14, 1813, daughterof Thomas Morley, b. 
1763, son of Thomas, b. 1724, son of Abel, b. 1689,sonof Thomas, son 
of Abel whocame from England in 1650. He made Cleveland, O. his 
residence and for nearly thirty years was a member of the firm of 
Cleveland, Brown & Co., besides being extensively engaged in the 



196 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

coal and iion business in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Illinois. He was 
Trustee of Lakeside Hospital, and of the Society for Savings, Cleve- 
land, and of the Lake Erie Seminary, Painesville. 

HIS CHILDREN ARE : 

i. Peter Wilcox", b. at Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 5, 1867; d. at 
Cleveland, May 30, 1876. 

ii. Henry Bonnbll, b. at Cleveland, Jan. 15, 1869; d. at Paines- 
ville, Oliio, Dec. 31, 1871. 

iii. Chakles Wilcox, b. at Cleveland, Dec. 1, 1871; graduate of 
Yale Scientific School, 1893. In business at MoonEun,Pa. 

iv. Reuben, b. at Cleveland, July 21, 1874. 

V. Lawrence, b. at Cleveland, May 19, 1876. 

vi. Harold Morley, b. at Cleveland, Nov. 10, 1878. 

368. 

Edv^ard Marshall* Hitchcock {Reuben'', Peter^, Valentine,^, 
Petev^, John^, John?, Matthias^) son of Reuben and Sarah (Marshall) 
Hitchcock, was born at Painesville, Ohio, July 22, 1845. He married 
at Painesville, Ohio, Oct. 2, 1867, Emma Julia Webster, born Nov. 
15, 1845, at Lockport, N. Y., dau. of Silas Barnes and Harriet 
Luciuda (Morse) Webster. For the past eleven years has been 
adjuster and special agent of the American Fire Insurance Company 
of Philadelphia, having charge of their business in the states of 
Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin with head- 
quarters at Minneapolis, Minn. Previously in business at Northfleld, 
Minn., where his home now is. 

HIS children were : 

i. Infant Son', b. Jan. 25, 1875; d. Jan. 25, 1875. 
ii. Eehben Webster, b. May 11, 1878. 
iii. Prank Morse, b. Aug. 12, 1880; d. April 15, 1887. 

369. 

Rev. Henry Valentine* Hitchcock {Henry Lawrence'' , Peter^, 
Valentine^ , Peter ^, John^, JoJin^, Matthias^) son of Pres. Henry 
Lawrence and Clarissa (Ford) Hitrhcock, was born in Moigan, C, 
Sept. 29, 1838. He married, April 11, 1867, Susan Emily Delano of 
Hudson, O., born in Stowe, Vt., Aug. 17, 1843. He graduated at 
Western Reserve College in 1859, at Lane Theological Seminary in 
1864, was Chaplain of the 177th O. V. I. in 1865, preached in 



FAMILY OF JOHS. 197 

1865 — 6, was Principal of the ^^■este^Il Reserve Preparatory School 
from '68 — '69. and then, bis health failing, engaged in farming and 
finally in business in Michigan City. Ind. 

HIS CHILDREN WF.EE : 

i. Hexrt Lewis', b. Sept. 15, ISCO, at Hudson, O. 
ii. ClasaDelaxo, b. April 16, 1?72. 
iii. Chari.es Deliso, b. April 4, 1875; d. Sept. 12. 1875. 

370. 

Sakah Louisa^ HiTCHr:oc:K: {David Lee'', Dacid^ , David^, Peter*, 
John', JoTin- . Matthias^) daughter of David Lee and Mary Dorches- 
ter (Morse) Hitchcock, -was bom Sept. 8, 1822. She married, Oct. 
17. 1852. Edward Cuitiss and died in Franklin, Pa., Aug. 26, 1874. 
The children of Sarah (Hitchcock) Curtiss were : 

1. Edicard iff-, b. .Julv 25, 1853; m. Ambrosia Townsend. 

2. Lucy EUfllf. b. Sept. 26, 1856; m. John O. McKinney. 

371. 

REUBEy MoRSE^ Hitchcock {David Lee' . David'^ . Lavid^, Peter*, 
John^, John-, JlattJda^) son of David Lee and Mary Dorchester 
(Morse) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 14, 1.S27. He married, 1st, 
May 5, 1849 Emmeline Butler Barnes, who died Jan. 12. 1865. He 
married, 2d, Jan. 1. 1866, Anna Henderson Barnes. He resided in 
Nangatuck, Conn. 

HIS CHTLDRES WERE: 

1. Helex Louisa', b. May 21, 1850; m. April 23, lsi57. Charles 

.Scott. She d. in Seymonr, Conn., March, 1875. 
ii. WiJLBUB ROTCE, b. Sept. 26. liofl. 
iii. Harriet yE-n-Eix, b. 1838: m. Dec. 15, 1870. Charles T. Mer- 

win, of Sew Haven. 
Iv. Charles Beubex. b. Sept. 4, 1867. 

372. 

HEN-BrL«. Hitchcock {David Lee"'. Lavid^. David^, Peter*', John^, 
John-. Matthias') son of David Lee and Mary Dorchester (Morse) 
Hitchcock, was bom July 11, 1829. He married Oct. 6, 18.52, Mary 
Ann Bavles. 



198 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

HIS CHILDKEN WKRE : 

i. Mary Estellb', b. April 23, 1856. 
ii. Willis Clakk, b. April 27, 1861 ; d. Franklin, Pa. 
iii. George WooDWAKD, b. Oct. 13, 1863. 

373. 

Frances Ann^ Hitchcock {David Lee"^, David^, David^, Peter*, 
JoJin^, John^, Matthias'-) daughter of David Lee and Mary Dorches- 
ter (Ihorse) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 4, 1833. She married March 
6, 1854, Solomon Taylor Parker. The children of Frances (Hitch- 
cock) Parker were : 

1. Wilbur Beuben^, h. March 8, 1855; cl. at Kingston, Ga., June 

18, 1861. 

2. Mary lioxana, h. June 4, 1858 ; unm. and lives at Southington> 

Conn. 

3. Frances Amelia, b. Sept. 4, 1859. 

i. Solon, b. June 17, 1861; d. at Kingston, Ga., June 18, 1861. 

5. Herbert Lee, b. Dec. 27, 1862 ; d. June 20, 1863, at Kingston, Ga. 

374. 

Mary Augusta^ Hitchcock {David Lee"^ , David^, David^, Peter*, 
Jolin^, Jolin"^, Matthias^) daughter of David Lee and Mary Dorches- 
ter (Morse) Hitchcock, was born June 21,1841. She married, Aug. 
30, 1862, Hiram P. Houston. The children of Mary (Hitchcock) 
Houston were : 

1. Myron Reuben^, b. Eeb. 27, 1866; d. at Meriden, Conn , Aprill5, 

1867. 

2. Francis Myron, b. Oct. 23, 1867; d. at Meriden, Oct. 28, 1869. 

3. Damd Francis, b. July 19, 1869. 

4. Mary Celestia, b. Nov. 11, 1871. 

5. Mobert Sumner, b. Jan. 18, 1883. 

375. 

Frederick^ Hitchcock (i?tciMS Warner"^, Abner^, David^, Peter*, 
John^ , John^ , Matthias^) son of Lucius Warner and Eleanor ( Wolcott) 
Hitchcock, was born July 29, 1829. He married at Elyria, Ohio, 
Jan. 20, 1853, Louisa Seekins. He was a hardware merchant in 
Cleveland, 0. and died Feb. 20, 1884. His widow lives in Akron, 0. 

CHILD. 

i. Ella LouISB^ b. July 13, 1850; m. May 20, 1875, A. R. 
Brewster. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 199 



376. 



Elizur* Hitchcock (Lucius Warner'^, Abner^, David°, Peter*, 
John^, Jolm^, Matthias^) son of Lucius Warner and P^leanor (Wol- 
cott) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 15, 1832. He married, 1st, atMecca, 
Trumbull Co., O., Nov. 24, 1861, Hattie Eeed, daughter of Daniel 
and Julia (Owen) Reed. She died May 20, 1864. He married, 2d, 
Nov. 30, 1864, Lucretia Kellogg. He graduated at Yale, 1854, and 
at Medical Department "Western Reserve University, Cleveland. 0., 
in 1880. Practicing in Akion, O. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE: 

1. Gektrude Eeed", b. Nov. 8, 1862; m. Dec. 24, 1883, Daniel 

Dickie, 
ii. Herbert Kellogg, b. Oct. 15, 1865. 
iil. Lucius Wolcott, b. Dec. 2, 1868. 

377. 

Herbert Pascal^ Hitchcock {Lucius Warner'', Abner^, David^, 
Peter*, John", John^, Matthias^) son of Lucius Warner and Eleanor 
(Wolcott) Hitchcock, was born July 18, 1841. He married at Tal- 
mage, O., Aug. 23, 1863, Elizabeth Charlotte Upson, daughter of 
Linus and Charlotte. 

his children were : 
i. Lorena Eleanor", b. Nov. 2, 1867; d. July 12. 1875. 
ii. Eva, b. Aug. 27, 1876. 

378. 

Henry AbnkrS Hitchcock (Abner D''., Abner^, David°, Peter*. 
John", John^ , Matthias^) son of Abner D. and Emma (Upson) Hitch- 
cock, was born Feb. 20, 1827. He married, April 29, 1855, Almira 
Halloway, daughter of Joseph T. and Susan, of Cuyahoga Falls, O. 
He was a farmer in that vicinity and died May6, 1870. Hischildren 
all born at Cuyahoga Falls were : 

i. Walter Lockwood", b. April 29, 1856 ; res. C. F. ; unm. 
ii. Mary Alice, b. June 21, 1859; m. at C. E., June 21, 1882, 
Erastus Rudd Harper; res. in Akron, 0.,has: 1, Lena 
May^" Harper, b. Aug. 31, 1883. 
iii. Albert, b. Oct. 9, 1862 ; d. Nov. 17, 1862. 



200 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH HI. 

379. 

Franklin Lewis^ Hitchcock {AbnerD'^., Abner'^, David^, Peter*, 
John^, John', Matthias^) sonof Abner D. and Emma (Upson) Hitch- 
cock, was born Oct. 3, 1844. He married, March 28, 1868, Mary 
Emma Grimm. He resides at Cuyahoga Falls, 0., and is a tilemaker. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Albert Clark", b. Jan. 10, 1870. 

li. Julia Edna, b. Nov. 3, 1871. 

iii. Anna Lois, b. June 23, 1874. 

iv. Ida Noble, b. June 22, 1880; d. June 5, 1881. 

T. Ada May, b. Sept. 21, 1882. 

vi. Emory Tuttle, b. Sept. 24, 1884. 

380. 

Cassius M^. Hitchcock {Horatio Elijah'^ , Dwight Cabot^ , Lyman^, 
JotJiam*, JoJin^ , JoJm^, Matthias^) son of Horatio Elijah and Eachel 
(Stone) Hitchcock, was born at Champlain, N. Y., July 28, 1851. 
He married there Feb. 4, 1873, Nancy I. Regan and lives there a 
farmer. His children all born in Champlain were : 
i. Charles H'., b. Feb. 11, 1874. 
ii. William H. , b. March 15, 1875. 
iii. Ida May, b. June 2, 1877. 
iv. Marion L., b. Aug. 14, 1878; d. March 11, 1880. 

381. 

Henry S^ . , Hitchcock {Silas'' , Samuel^ , Dan^ , Dan'^ , John^, John'', 
Matthias^) son of Silas and Hannah (Sanford) Hitchcock, was born 
in Prospect, Conn., Oct. 27, 1832. He married in Cheshire, Conn., 
Aug., 1879, Sophronia J. Baldwin. 

his children were : 
i. Nblmb J»., b. 1860. 

ii. Emma L., b. 1868 ; d. in New Haven, 1870. 
iii. Irene, b. 1876, in Cheshire. 

382. 

John EvERAED^ Hitchcock {John Emerson'', Lemuel^, Lemuel^, 
Jason*, Matthias^, John', Matthias^) son of John Emerson and Mary 
Jane (Watrous) Hitchcock, was born in Big Hollow, Windham, N- 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 201 

Y., Aug. 27, 1851. He married at "Windham, Sept. 20, 187.5, Jennie 
White of that place, born in Ashland, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1852. He 
is editor of a paper in Towanda, Pa. 

HIS CHELDKEN WERE : 

i. Lizzie', b. Nov. 29, 1876, at Windham, N. Y. 

ii. Irving White, b. Dec. 10, 1878, at Towanda, Pa. 

iii. Alice Mart, b. July 17, 1883, at Towanda. 

iv. John Edward, b. June 19, 1891, at Towanda. 

383. 

BoKDETTE^ Hitchcock {John Emerson''' , Lemuel^, Lemuel^ ,. Jason'*', 
Matthias^, JoJin^, Matthias^) son of John Emerson and Mary Jane 
(Watrous) Hitchcock, was born in Big Hollow, Windham, Green Co., 
N. Y., Nov. 6, 1852. He married in New York, Nov. 17, 1880, 
Sophia M. Potter of Prescott, Canada, and resides in New Britain, 
Conn. 

HIS children were: 
i. Walter John», b. Aug. 21, 1881. 
ii. Albert Emerson, b. July 28, 1883, at New Britain. 

384. 

George Gordon^ Hitchcocic (Ephraim''' , Jason^, Ic7iabod° , Jason*, 
Matthias^, John^, Matthias^) soa of Ephraim and Merab (Hart) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Prospect, Conn., Jan. SO, 1838. He married 
May 14, 1861, Louisa Hughes. 

his children were : 
i. Burt Gordon', b. March 15, 1862, at Fair Haven, Conn, 
ii. Kate Merwin, b. Aug. 15, 1866, at Fair Haven, Conn, 
iii. LiNNiE Louise, b. Jan. 30, 1869; d. March 23, 1871. 
iv. Harry Stone, b. Sept. 30, 1871 ; d. March 23, 1871. (?) 
V. Arthur Elton, b. Feb. 13, 1874. 

385. 

Frank ICFiABOD^ Hitchcock (Ephraim'', Jason^, Ichabod°, Jason*, 
Matthias^, John'', Matthias^) son of Ephraim and Hannah (Shute) 
Hitchcock, was born in Fair Haven, Conn., Nov. 7, 1854. He mar- 
ried, Oct. 23, 1878, Lestia Louisa Butterfield, bornat Albion, N. Y., 
June 27, 1859. 



202 DESCENDANTS OF MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. BRANCH III. 

HIS CHILDKEN WEEE : 

i. Alice Ellen', b. Nov. 28, 1880, at New Haven, Conn, 
ii. Fkank Edson, b. May 5, 1882, at Bridgeport, Conn. 

386. 

Albert William^ Hitchcock (Sidney (?'., Levi^, Levi^, Jason'*', 
Matthias'^, Jolin^ Matthias^) son of Sidney G. and Mary L. (Wolcott) 
Hitchcock, was born in Sandisfield, Mass., June 6, 1843. He mar- 
ried, Dec. 23, 1868, Elizabeth A. Thompson. 
his children wbke : 

i. BuRKiTT C^., b. Jan. 12, 1870. 

ii. Robert S., b. Oct. 30, 1871; A. Jan. 11, 1874. 

lii. William A., b. Oct. 8, 1873; cl. Oct. 13, 1882. 

iv. Benjamin C, b. Dec. 2, 1876. 

V. Clara M., b. Sept. 1, 1878. 

387. 

Scoyille^ Hitchcock (Charles Alfred'' , Aaron Alfred^, Aaron^, 
Bela-*, Benjamin^, Jolin^, Matthias^) sou of Charles Alfred and Lucre- 
tia (Doolittle) Hitchcock, was born in Cheshire, Conn., Sept. 13, 
1848. He married, April 16, 1874, Ophelia A. Knowlton, born in 
Wallingford, Conn., July 9, 18.52. He is a jeweler living in South- 
ington. Conn.. 

HIS children were : 
i. Charles E**., b. March 15, 1877, at "Winsted, Conn, 
ii. Bertha L., b. Aug. 12, 1879, at New Hartford. 
iii. George H., b. Sept. 23, 1881 ; d. Oct. 2, 1881. 
iv. Frank E., b. Sept. 12, 1882. 
V. Hattie a., b. Dee. 9, 1883. 

■388. 

Henry Washington 8 Hitchcock (Eoberf , Joab^ , Thaddeus^ , Ben- 
jamin*, Benjamin^, John^, Matthias^} son of Eobert and Abigail 
(Blakeslee) Hitchcock, was born July 10, 1841. He married, 1st, 
Sept. 26, 18C3, Kate Candy, daugliter of Enos of Oxford, Conn. 
She died in Baltimore in 1872. He married, 2d, Sept. 2, 1873, 
Georgiana Augur of Fair Haven, Conu. 

his children were : 
i. Bessie Candy^ b. June G, 1865, at Fair Haven, 
ii. Harry Webster, b. Feb. 8, 1872, at Baltimore, Md. 



LUKE HITCHCOCK, 

Of New Haven and AVetheksfield, Conn. 



Luke Hitchcock, was born . He married I^lizabetb, sister of 

William Gibbous of Hartford, Conn. William Gibbons was sent to 
Hartford in 16^6 witbtwentymen, as agent for George Wyllys, after- 
wards Gov. of Conn, to prepare a settlement for his employer. He 
was living in Hartford in 1647, in good esteem. The settlement of 
his estate shows thathe was from FennyCompton, Warwick Co., Eng. 
and in his will he left a bequest to his sister Hidgeeocke, and to the 
children of his sister Hidgcock, and to theson John of his sister Hitch- 
cok, and to his brother Hitchcock. The name Hitchcock, is spelt in 
all the above ways in the same will. He left widow Ursula and only 
daughter Sarah. 

Will of William Gibbons of Hartford, Conn., dated Feb. 26, 
16.54. Court held March 10. 1654. 

William Gibbons of Hartford upon the River of Connecticut, being 
of sound mind, &e &c — 

I give unto my lov ■ wife Ursilla Gibbons her full thirds of ye 
profitts rents & revenues of all my houses and lands in Hartford, 
Wethersfield, & pequett during her natural life except a parcell of 
swamp bought of Eobbert Bates being in Wethersfield & a parcell of 
land lieing in penewise which isbequeathedby this my will as follows. 
As allso I give and bequeath unto my wife Ursilla : the whole proffitts 
and revenues of the foresaid houses & lands, viz ye whole of my 
houses and lands at Wethersfield both of the east & west side of the 
river until my dau. Mary Gibbons shall be married or until shee bee 
of ye age of eighteene year. Allso ye whole of my houses & Lands- 
at Hartford & pequett until my daughter Sarah shall be married or 
attayne ye afforesaid age of eighteen years. » « * * 

******** My will is to give 
to my brothers Richard, John & Thomas Gibbons in England twenty 



'204 DESCENDANTS OF LDKE HITCHCOCK. 

shillings apeace. Item. I give to my sister Hidgecoke five pounds 
which she shall enjoy while she lives & dispose of it to ye child she 
-sees most deserving. 

Item. 1 give to ye children of my sister Hidgecok which are liv- 
ing at my decease ye sum of fifteen pounds to be equally divided 
.amongst them. 

Item. I give to my brother Hitchcok one suite and coate of wear- 
-inge apparrell. 

Item. 1 give his sonne John Hitchcok one parcell of swamp about 
nine acres bought of Robt Bates lieing at W'ethersfield to him & his 
.heirs forever. 

Item,. I give my land at peuiwise now in ye hand of John Sadler 
^.toward ye mayntenance of a lattine school at Hartford provided that 
ye fence be continued in ye same line and way of common fencinge 
as it now is. And for ye present until ye lease I have made to John 
Sadler be expired, I give out of ye rent due from John Sadler fifty 
shillings yearly. 

I give to my honored friend Mr. Samuel Stone five pounds and to 
JNIr. Huett of Windsor forty shillings and to Mr. Warham, Mr. 
Newton, Mr. Russell and Mr. Stoe twenty shillings apeace. 

Item. I give to my man Jack Stiles three pounds in case my wife 
and overseers or any two of them think him deserving. And to my 
man Harry one year of his time & also I give to the artillery of 
Hartford forty shillings and for the payment of these foresaid sums 
and legacies I leave it to the discretion of my overseers, within two 
three or four years. 

Item. I give to my trusty and beloved friends Samuel Fitch and 
Eichard Lord the sum of five pounds apeace, whom I entreate appoint 
& ordain overseers &c ***** of this my 
.last will and testatment intreatiuge them to be careful & faithful to 
discharge of the trust committed to you. 

Lastly. I do appoint my beloved wife Ursilla Gibbons to be my 
sole executrix of this my last will and testament, leaving and com- 
mitting the care and education of my children in ye fear of God and 
all such other ways as may most advantage them &c &c 

Signed Feb. 26, 1654. 

William Gibbons. 
Witnesses : 

Jasper Gtjnn. 
Luke Hitchcock. 

Property amounted to £1499 : 14: 05. 



DESCEXDAXTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. 205> 

Luke Hitchcock took freeman's oath in Xew Haven in company with 
EdwardHitchcockJuly 1, 1644. Thedateofhis removal to Wethers- 
field is not known but he was a member of the jury at a court held in 
Hartford June 5. 1646, and March 2, 1647. As New Haven was not 
under the government of Conn, at that time he was probably living 
in Wethersfield in 1646. Luke lived in the center of the village- 
The house now standing on the place was built by Silas Dean some 
time before the Revolutionary war. He was by trade a shoemaker ; 
a Capt. at Crown Point in 1645: and selectman at Wethersfield in 
1653 and 1656. There are on Wethersfield records fourteen tracts 
of land recorded as belonging to Luke Hitchcock. The following is 
a sample of these records. " Land of Luke Hitchcock of AVethers- 
field. Conn., on Connecticut river, one piece whereon his barn now 
standeth, coniaining one and one half acres more or less. The end 
abuting on rose lane South East & on New Street & Cove." 

None of these deeds are dated. Some of it was bought of Will 
Gibbons of Hartford. One tract is recorded in this way : " Another 
tract of land which was given to his son John Hitchcock by Will 
Gibbons containing nine acres." After Luke's death in 1659, this 
nine acres is recorded in John's name having been given him by his 
Uncle Gibbons. The following account of Luke was given in Oct.. 
1801, by his great-grandson Aaion Hitchcock of SufBeld, Conn. 
" Luke Hitchcock left the land of his nativity about the middle of 
the 17th century, as near as could be determined. He had received 
a large tract of land Ij'ing in the eastern part of New England and 
came out with a view of taking possession of the same, when he- 
arrived he found it inhabited by numerous hordes of natives deter- 
mined to resist all encroachments of the English. In this situation 
he determined to abandon the enterprise and settled in Wethersfield.- 
He was peculiarly fortunate in cultivating the friendship of the 
Indians, who in testimony of their attachment to him gave him a deed 
of the town of Farmington. This deed was a clear and valid title 
to the land but was so little thought of that it was destroyed by his 
wife, who used it to cover a pie in the oven." In 1659 Luke signed 
an engagement to remove to Hadley but died the same year, Nov. 1 ,. 
1659. His will which was admitted to Probate Nov. 28, 1659 was as 
follows : 

Oct. 17th, 16.i9. 

I, Luke Hitchcock, being at present though in some weakness of 
Body yet in soundness of mind & strong of memory considering my.- 



206 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. 

mortality and knowing it to be my duty to provide for my own family 
& settle my estate that I may leave no occasion of trouble to them 
when I am gone and that I may Free myself before I die I do there- 
fore leave this testimony upon record as my last will and testament. 

First I do profess my faith & hopes to be in the free grace alone 
of God in Jesus Christ whose I am and to whom I have forever 
given up myself both soul and body, being fully persuaded of his 
^unchangeable love and good will both in life and death. And then 
for my outward estate I dispose of the same as follows. 

First I do therefore bequeath and give unto my wife F^lizabeth the 
full power and disposal of all that estate which God has given me in 
houses, lands, cattle and goods whatsoever within doors and without 
Provided that in case she marry again that she betai<e herself to the 
thirds of my lands and houses and that she give unto my son John 
the house I now dwell in with the outhouses thereunto belonging with 
the home lot and half in quantity of the lot or pease of land that I 
lately bought of W. Chester, the homeward pease, and, to my son 
Luke the other half of that the line betwixt them running so that both 
may have the benefit of the water, furthermore to my son John that 
pease of meadow lying in mile meadow that I bought of William 
Smith and my 4 acres in Benaer meadow also to my son Luke that 
pease of land in the great meadow with passage through his Brothers 
lands, also to give unto my daughter. Hanna Fortj' pounds with her 
Uncles gift, these portions to be paid to either of them at the age of 
eighteen years or at the death of my wife, which comes soonest, and 
my will is what estate is in her hands, beyond and above the foresaid 
portions at the time of her marriage that she divide the same equaly 
among my aforesaid three children excepting thirds of all my house- 
hold stuff and in case of any of my said children dye before they 
have issue then such lands & houses to remain to the surviving and 
his heirs and I do desire that Mr John Russell pastor of the church 
would together with the church appoint some to see this my will per- 
formed. Hereunto I have subscribed my hand the day & year above 
written 

Testes John Edssell, Sen. 
Thomas Coleman, 
Thomas Wells. 
The estate was valued at £461 : 13, with debts of £9. 



DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. 207 

After the death of Luke, his widow Elizabeth married Oct. 2, 1661, 
William Warriner of Springfield, to which town she removed with her 
two boys, John and Luke. William Warriner died in 1676, when she 
again married Sept. 17, 1678 in Milfin-d, Mass., Joseph Baldwin of 
Hadley. Again becoming a widow she returned to Springfield 
where she died April 25, 1696. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

1. i. John'-, b. ; m. Sept. 27, 1666, Hannah Chapin. 

ii. H.iNN'AH, b. 1645; m. Oct. 2, 1661, Chileab Smith of Hadley, 
Mass. The tombstone now standing in Hadley graveyard 
says, " Chileab Smith dyed on March ye T, 1731 se. 96 year 
and Hannah his wife dyed oa Aug. 31, 1733 ae. 88 year. It 
is a worthy memorial they lived in mariag stat 70 year." 
The children of Hannah (Hitchcock) Smith were : 

1. Hannah , b. July 7, 1662 ; m. March 23, 1681, John 

Montague. 

2. Samuel, b. March 9, 1665. 

3. Luke, b. April 16, 1666. 

4. Ehenezer, b. July 11, 1668. 

5. XaAhanieh b. Jan. 2, 1G70; d. Jan., 1670. 

6. John, b. Oct. 8, 1671: m. 1691, Martha Gokling. 

7. Son, b. ; d. 1673. 

8. Hester, b. March 31, 1674; m. Oct. 20, 1696, Nathan- 

iel Ingram. 

9. Daughter, b. ; d. 1677. 

10. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 2, 1679; m. Oct. 26, 1698, James 

Smith. 

11. Martj, b. Aug. 16, 1681; m. 1st, Dec. 15, 1697, Pre- 

served Smith; 2d, April22. 1721, Peter Montague. 

12. Chileab, b. ; d. Aug., 1682. 

13. Chileab, b. Feb. 18, 1685. An ancestor of Mary 

Lyon. 

14. 6'araA, b. April 26, 1688 ; m. April 13, 1710, Jona- 

than Morton. 
389 Hi. Luke, 2d, b. June 5, 1655; m. Feb. 14,1676, Sarah Dorchester. 



208 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK— BRANCH I. 

1. 

Deacon John''" Hitchcock {Liike'^) son of Luke and Elizabeth 

(Gibbons) Hitchcock, was bom ; married Sept. 27, 1666, Hannah 

Chapin, dau. of Dea. Samuel and Cisly Chapia of the Plantation of 
Norwottuck. She was born Dec. 2, 1644. There is a record of June, 
1655 that John Hitchcock received some land from his Uncle William 
Gibbons of Hartford, who is called in Hartford records a " London 
Merchant." " In order of Seating in the Meeting House, Feb. 23, 
1662, Old Style, John Hitchcocke was put In ye Backer Seate above 
the Pillars on the North Side." He was sworn constable of Spring- 
field in 1672. In 1676, May 19, he was wounded in the fight at 
Turner's Falls, one arm shot through and the other broken. Majoi' 
Pynchon solicited the Governor to give Ensign John Hitchcock a 
lieutenant's commission for gallant conduct. He was Freeman in 
1682. In 1686, Nov. 9, he was one of a committee for the "settle- 
ment of the town of Quaboag," now Brookfield ; and in 1688 he was 
with five others sent to the relief of Brookfield and also " to make 
fortifications in Quaboag." He was a deacon in the church at Spring- 
field. He died Feb. 9, 1712. His will is as follows : 

I, John Hitchcock of Springfield, being weak in body but blessed 
bee God of sound mind & understanding. To the end I may Settle 
peace among my Relations after my decease and that Righteousness 
may bee attended with those I am concerned I do make ordain & con- 
stitute this my last Will & Testament in manner & form following, 
believing there is but one only & True God & that their are three per- 
sons United in the Godhead the father son & Holy Ghost &c &c. * 
* * * And for the outward Estate which the Lord 
hath Graciously blessed me. I Despose of that as followeth. 

To my well beloved wife I give tlie use of that room I do Now live 
in with the chamber over it & so much Cellar as she stands in need of 
Alsoe I do give to my Welbeloved wife the use and improvement of 
all my lands I am possest of Except those hereafter expressed as 
First. 

It™ I give to my son John Hitchcock that house & homelot he 
does now live in alsoe two acres in the meadow which lyes betwixt his 
houselot & the Round hill on ye upper side of that meadow. As alsoe 



FAMILT OF JOHN. 209 

five acres in the plaine. Two acres in the Cross piece & next to that 
which is not improved, Alsoe one half of that which is not improved. 
Alsoe that piece which is Upland at Black Pond on the Westward 
side of the River & being upland as also half of my mill River Meadow 
with ye springs on this side ye sd Mill River Meadow and also half 
my meadow at ye sixteen acres and six acres up at Chicubee in that 
piece now in fence taking four acres next to the great River and then 
to take six acres together. 

It" I give to my son Samuel Hitchcock all the rest of my house I 
now live in with so much of the Cellar as his mother can spare and so 
much of the barn as his mother can spare above ye half of it, as also 
five acres of Upland in the plain next to the Great River and alsoe 
two acres in the meadow against my house and alsoe my upper lot in 
ye neck and ye half of my Mill River meadow and half my meadow 
at sixteen acres. And my will is that those meadows be di\-ided 
equally as to Quantity and Quality as near as may be as also four acres 
in Chicubee next to the Great River and more. Two acres next to- 
Ms Brother Johu on the East side of his Brothers land, and that any 
of my said sons having need of a way to their land shall have pas- 
sable way where it is Judged most convenient for them and less pre- 
judicial to his kinsman or those that improve it, and also half the 
other land in the plain not Improved. 

I give to my sou Luke Hitchcock that house and homelot he now 
lives on as alsoe all the rest of my wood lot from his brother David's 
to the Eastward end as alsoe four acres of my land on Garden Brook 
and half of what will be within fence of my land in Chicubee plain 
after John and Samuel have theirs laid out. 

I give to my son Nathaniel Hitchcock Twenty acres of my land in 
Chicubee Plain if he does ever come to improve it, as also my grant 
of land upon three corner meadow Brook so called. But if he should 
never come to enjoy it or if he should die without a child lawfully 
begot. Then those lands to be equally divided between Luke & 
David my two sons. 

It" I give to my son David Hitchcock the other half of my land 
upon Garden Brook as alsoe twenty acres in Chicubee plain and my 
right in the saw mill, & Mill & land, and stream at Skanungenuck 
and my will is that all my sons do enjoy all those several proportions 
herein set down at my decease. And my will is if my wife should 
marry again then that she should betake herself to a third of what 

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210 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

land is not yet measured. And after the Decease of my Welbeloved 
Wife, my will is that my son John Hitchcock enjoy all that meadow 
by his house as alsoe the half of my land in the plain being the half 
which lies next to that I have willed to him already & my two lower 
lots in the necli and my lot at Black pond as alsoe a equall propor- 
tion of any outland belonging to me with the rest of his brethren. 
And my will is that my son Samuel Hitchcock shall have the rest of 
all my housing & homelot with the meadow excepting one acre at the 
rear or Easterly End which meadow is against ye homelot as alsoe my 
other two lots in the Neck and alsoe the other half e of my land in the 
plain & his share and proportion of my outland s with yc, rest of his 
brethren where-ever I have any right. And my will is that my son 
David Hitchcock shall have the wood lot at the Easterly End of my 
house lot meadow as far as the highway that is on the easterly end of 
it and one acre of the meadow that belongs to the homestead and to 
lie at the North Easterly end of it as it may join to the said Wood 
lot. And also my will is that David Hitchcock my son shall not 
alienate or dispose of the wood lot & meadow herein given but only 
to his brothers or some of the family if he shall see cause to remove 
and sell. 

And my will is that after my decease and wives that then all that 
three score acres of land that I am Possest of at Chicubee should be 
equally divided between my three sons (viz) Luke Nathaniel and 
David. And if any of them should die without issue then to fall 
equally to ye two next that do survive or if two should die without 
issue as Nathaniel & David then it shall fall to Luke Hitchcock my 
son & his heirs. 

& My will is that my son Samuel should have all my cart & plow 
tackling thatis to say one sett of them if there be a set left. And my 
will is that my daughter Hannah Parsons should have my great Ket- 
tle and so much of my movable goods as shall make up ten Pounds 
besides what she has already. And my will is that my Grandson 
John Hitchcock should have my Carbine gun & Cutlass, and my 
Grandson Samuel Hitchcock should have my Pistols and my grand- 
son Jonathan Hitchcock should have my great gun, and my belt I 
give to my son Luke Hitchcock. And my will is that my two sons 
Nathaniel & my son David Hitchcock have twenty pounds apiece out 
of movable estate & if there be not enough to do that then that my 
two sons John and Samuel make it up to them in two years time after 
the decease of their Mother & my will is that every one should have 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 211 

their platters I did buy and put their Dames to & my intent is that 
what I give my Daughter Hannah Parsons & what my sons have out 
of moveables or if their brothers do pay this to them it shall be as in 
provision at town price & I appoint my sons John, Samuel, Luke & 
David Hitchcock executors of my estate." This will was signed Feb. 
5, 17ii & Ad. to Probate March 25, 1712. In the settlementof this 
estate the brothers increased the legacy left to their sister Hannah 
Parsons. 

HIS CntLDEEN WERE : 

i. Daughter^, b. and d. Sept. i, 1667. 

Haxnah, b. Sept. 10, 1668; m. Samnel Parsons. 
JOHX, b. April 13, 16T0; m. Maiy Ball. 
Samuel, b. Aug. 21, 1672; m. Sarah Weller. 
Luke, b. March 23, 1671 — 5; m. Elizabeth Walker. 
Xathaxiel, b. Aug. 28, 1C77; m. Abigail Lombard. 
David, b. Feb. 7, 1678—9 ; m. 1st, Wid. Elizabeth Batt. 
•lONATHAX, b. Nov. 26, 1GS2; d. Feb. 26, 1683—4. 
S.UJAH, b. Jan 11, 1686—7; d. April 17, 1690. 



2. 


ii. 


3. 


iii. 


i. 


iv. 


5. 


V. 


6. 


vi. 


7. 


rii. 




viii. 




ix. 



THIRD GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

2. 

Hannah^ Hitchcock (John-, LuJce^) daughter of Dea. John and 
Hannah (Chapin) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 10, 1668. She married 
March 18, 1683, Samuel Parsons son of Benjamin and Sarah (Vore) 
Parsons of Springfield, Mass. He was born Oct. 10, 1666 and died 
in Enfield, Conn., Feb., 1736, se. 70. The children of Hannah 
(Hitchcock) Parsons were : 

1. SamueV, b. Nov. 23, 1690; m. 1713, Abigail Randall, and had 

two sons. 

2. John, b. July 23, 1693; m. 1716, Thankful Root, of Enfield, 

Conn. ; seven children : three sons. 

3. Luke, b. Jan. 4, 1696; m. 1716, Sarah Osborn at Enfield; seven 

children : one son, Luke', b. 1724. 

4. Hezekiah, b. April 13, 1698; m. Rebecca Burt; d. 1751; four 

sons and other children. 

5. Hannah, b. Aug. 2, 1700; m. 1720, Nathaniel Horton. 



212 DESCENDANTS OF LOKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

6. Nathaniel, b. Deo. 28, 1702; m. 1725, Mary Pease; three sons 

and one dau. ButK', m. Josiah Ward of Enfield. 

7. Sarah, b. Nov. 10, 1704; m. 1742, Thomas Jones. 

8. Moses, b. June 10, 1707; m. 1736, Hannah Stebbins, dau. Samuel 

of Springfield, Mass; eight children, four -sons and four 
daus. 

9. Miriam, b. April 9, 1710; m. 1730, Caleb Jones. 
10. Daniel, b. . 

3. 

Ensign John' Hitchcock {John^, Luke^) son of Dea. John and 
Hannah (Chapin) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., April 
13, 1670. He married Sept. 24, 1G91 Mary Ball, daughter of Sam- 
uel and Mary Ball of Springfield. In 1736 the general court granted 
to the survivors of the Fall's Fight of May 19, 1676 under Captain 
William Turner and their descendants, a township which in commem- 
oration of the event was called Fall Town, now Bernardston. Ensign 
John Hitchcock received two shares in this grant in right of his 
father John^ and father-in-law Samuel Ball of Springfield. In his 
will he gives : "To my wife Mary household goods & portion of 
land while remaining as widow. To son John* land received from 
my father John^ Hitchcock, and right and interest in land in Fall's 
Fight township granted by Gen. Court to oflBcers & soldiers in Fall's 
fight near Deerfield, I being one of the grantees in the township ; 
also my great bible. To son Nathaniel musket & sword & cutlas. 
To son Samuel, French gun. 

To dau. Mary Arms, 16£ 10s. 

" Sarah Gun, 16£ 10s. 

" Abigail King, 17£ 3s. 

" Mary Sites, 18£ 4s. 6d. 

" Thankful Scott, 14£ 2s. 

" Jerusha Warner, 13£ 7s. 

" Margaret Cooley, 16£ 5s. 

The reason why I give my daughters no more is because that I have 
advanced to each of thenl considerable sums toward their portions 
which with what I have here given them I determine to be their pro- 
portion of the estate. 

Admitted to Probate Sept. 10, 1751. 
Inventory 
In old tenor 310£ 14s. 9d. 
which is in lawful money 41£ 8s. 7d." 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 213 

He died July 4, 1751. His widow Mary died Oct. 14, 1760. 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

8. i. JoH^-^ b. Dec. 14, 1692; m. Abigail Stebbins. 

11. Mary, b. March 20, 1691—5; d. young. 

ill. Sarah, b. Dec. 20, 1697; m. May 8, 1722, Samuel Gunn of 
Sunderland. Their children were : 1, EJizaheth' Gunn, b. 
Sept. 2. 1723; 2, Smnuel Gunn, b. Sept. 19, 1725; 3, Sarah 
Gunn, b. :May 6, 1728; 4, Waite Gunn, b. April 6, 1730; 5, 
Daniel Gunn, b. April 16, 1733; 6, Israel Gunn, b. Jan. 7, 
1730; d. March 1, 1736; 7, ^fary Gunn, b. Sept. 26, 1737. 

It. Maey, b. March 20, 1699 ; m. Arms. 

V. ABlG-iiL, b. May 4, 1703; m. Feb. 29, 1727—8, Samuel King of 
Brlmfleld. 
9. t1. Nath.\niei,, b. Sept. 23, 1705 ; m. Hannah Taylor. 

Tli. Thankful, b. Oct. 1, 1707; m. June 9, 1731, Jonathan Scott of 
Sunderland, Mass. and had children; 1, Jlary^ Siiott, b. 
Dec. 10, 1734 ; 2, lyrael Scott, b. Feb. 11, 1735 ; 3, Jonathan 
Scott, b. Jan. 28. 1737 ; 4, Matthew Scott, b. Aug. 20, 1739 ; 
5, Daniel Scott, b. Dec. 3, 1744; 6, Eunice Scott, b. Jan. 
2, 1750. 
Till. Jekusha, b. Feb. 23, 1709; m. June 9, 1731, Daniel Warner. 

ix. Margaret, b. Oct. 25, 1712; m. Cooley. 

10. X. Saiiuel, b. June 9, 1717; m. 1739, Euth Stebbins. 

xl. Mercy, b. ; m. 1722 Increase Slices who d. 1760, and she 

d. Dec. 30, 1797. 

4. 

Sajicel^ Hitchcock (John^, LuTce^) son of Dea. John and Han- 
nah (Chapin) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., Aug. 21, 
1672. He resided in New Milford, Conn. He married Sarah WeUer 
who was born in Deerfleld, Mass., April 15, 1678. She was the 
daughter of John and :Mary (Alvord) Weller. Springfield records 
say, " came and entered his intentions of marriage with Sarah Weller 
of Northampton and was iiublisJied the same day, Oct. 15, 1698." 
Northampton records add that he was " married by Samuel Stoddard 
Nov. 17, 1695." 

The History of New Milford, Conn, states: "Samuel Hitchcock 
& his wife Sarah came from Springfield and settled in New Milford, 
Conn., in 1713. He united with the church in New Milford, Nov. 
17, 1716. He was one of the solid men of the town, — a leader in 
introducing & raising cattle." He died Dec. 9, 1727. His widow, 
Sarah, died April 13, 1761. 



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HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

11. 1. Samuel'', b. Sept. 17, 1699; m. 1st, Rebecca Brownson; 2d, 

Deborali Mallory. 

12. ii. Jonathan, b. April 25, 1701; m. 1st, Mary Brownson ; 2d, 

Miriam Mallory. 

iii. Sarah, b. Feb. 5, 1702—3 ; m. Nov. 5, 1724 (?), Thomas Brown- 
son of New Milford, Conn., b. Feb. 6, 1704, son of Sam- 
uel and Lydia Brownson. Cliildren:l, Thomas^ Brownson, 
b. Dec. 25, 1725; 2, Mary Brownson. h. Ang. 20, 1727; 
3, Jerusha Brownson, b. Aug;. 13, 1729 ; 4, Bebecca Brown- 
son, b. Ang. 2, 1731; 5, Sarah Brownson, b. Nov. 10, 
1733 ; 6, John Brownson, b. Nov. 10, 1733 ; 7, Eunice 
Brownson, b. Feb. 29, 1739. 

iv. Esther, b. July 11, 1705; admittted to cli. Feb. 5, 1726; m. 
Oct. 7, 1727, Oapt. Natlianiel Bostwick, son of John Bost- 
wick. She d. at birth of her eleventh child, Dec. 13, 1747. 
Children : 1, Arthur' Bostwick, b. June 2S, 1729 ; 2, Sarai 
Bostwick, b. Ang. 28, 1730; 3, Lois Bostwick, b. March 16, 
1732; 4, Beuben Bostwick, b. Sept, 2, 1734; 5, ZadoD 
Bostwick, b. Feb. 18, 1735; 6, Abigail Bostwick,h. 3u\j 20, 
1737; 7, Elijah Bostwick, b. June 8, 1740; 8, Gideon Bost- 
wick, b. Sept. 21, 1742; 9, Eunice Bostwick, b. Aug. 21, 
1744; 10, Tamar Bostwick, b. May 31, 1746; 11, Ichabod 
Bostwick, b. Dec. 13, 1747. 

V. Deborah, b. Oct. 9, 1710; admitted to the ch. Feb. 5, 1726; 
m. April 11, 1735, Benjamin Seelye, son of John and Mar- 
tha. Children: 1, John^ Seelye, hapt. June 27, 1736; 2, 
Deborah Seelye, bapt. June 4, 1738 ; 3, Abel Seelye, bapt. 
Oct. 1, 1739; 4, Nathaniel Seelye, bapt. Sept. 13, 1741; 5, 
Xehemiah Seelye, bapt. Sept. 18, 1743. 

13. vi. John, b. Sept. 28, 1716; m. 1st. Sarah Barnum. 

vii. Hannah, b. Jan. 1, 1719; m. Dec. 14, 1736, Daniel Bostwick, 
son of John and Abigail Bostwick, b. 1708, in New Mil- 
ford, Conn. He d. Dec. 23, 1782. She d. July 31, 1792, 
86. 73. Children : 1, Daniel' Bostwick, b. Aug. 22, 1737; 2, 
Esther Bostwick, b. Sept. 17, 1749; 3, Amos Bostwick; 4, 
Annis Bostwick, m. William Clarke. 

5. 

Luke' Hitchcock {John^, Lu'ke'^) sou of Dea. John aud Hannah 
(Chapin) Hitchcock, was born in Spvingfleld, Mass., March 23, 
1674 — 5, and kept his residence there. He was a man of some 
prominence. We learn from the Hinman papers that : " Luke Hitch- 
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were appointed for the purpose of making a purchase of the Indians 
of what is now Sheffield, Great Barrington, etc. ; and to divide the 
tract into lots admitting settlers, setting out lots for ministers and for 
schools. 

This committee met at Springfield March 19, 1723, & received the 
names of 55 settlers ; & upon the petition in 1722 of 177 persons to 
the Gen'l Assembly of Mass. for two townships upon the river 
' Housatunnuk,' which was granted, the above committees were 
appointed & on the 25th of April, 1724, the Committee received a 
deed of land from the Indians, which includes several of the towns 
in the county of Berkshire. The consideration paid the Indians was 
£460, three barrels of eider and 30 quarts of rum." 

On Xov. 4(?), 1699 he entered his intentions of marriage with 
Elizabeth "Walker of Stratford, b. July 2, 1676. They were pub- 
lished the same day and married at Springfield, Mass. Nov. 3(?), 
1699. He died April 1, 1752 and his widow Elizabeth died Oct. 21, 
1765, ae. 89. 

HIS. CHLLDREX WEEB : 

i. Elizabeth^, b. Jan. 22, 1701; m. 1st, May 27, 1727, Ezekiel 

MigMUof KiUingly, Conn.(?J; 2d, Colton. 
ii. BCtN-s-AH, b. XoT. 27, 1702 ; m. Jan. 9, 1720, Abel Colton, b. 

Jan. 28, 1700. He kept a hotel on Chlcopee St. 
ill. Eutb, b. Sept. 18, 170i; m. Xov. 14, 1728, Jonathan Church; 
d. Sept. 30, 1742. 
LrivE, b. Dec. 11, 1706; m. Abigail Xorton. 
Jacob, b. March4, 1708—9 ; m. 1st, Abigail Butler ; m. 2d, Bath- 

shebe Chapin. 
JIosES, b. Jan. 20, 1711—2; d. Feb. 22, 1711—2. 
Eunice, b. March 2, 1713; m. Aug. 28, 1738, John Xorton. 
Aakox, b. Sept. 23, 1715; m. Experience Kent. 
MosE^. b. April 13, 1718; d. early. 

6. 

Xathaxiel^ Hitchcock (John-, Luke^) son of Dea. John and 
Hannah (Chapin; Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., Aug. 
28, 1777. He was a weaver and also the first settler of Brimfield, 
Mass., in 1 714. Barber says : " The first family was of the name of 
Hitchcock," and the first signer Dec. 2, 1722, of a petition to the 
Gov. and council of Mass. Bay Colony for abetter apportionment of 
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drawing, April 11, 1722, for ctioice of lots of public lands in Brim- 
field, each lot being 120 acres, he drew the fifth choice. See History 
of Brimfield. He married at Springfield, Oct. 15, 1713, Abigail 
Lombard. She died March 20, 1757. He died April 27, 1777; — 
town records say 1761. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Nathaniel", b. Aug. 14, 1714; m. Mary Hancock. 
Noah, b. Jan. 14, 1716—6 ; m. Mary Burt. 
Moses, b. Aug. 26, 1717; m. BetMah (?) 

Joseph, b. Aug. 25, 1719; m. 1st, Abigail King; 2d, Patience 
Stebbius ; Sd, Mary Burt. 

John, b. ; m. Bethiah Burt. 

Abigail, b. ; d. Oct. 7, 1732. 

Elijah, possibly. 

7. 

David^ Hitchcock (Jb/m^, Luke''-) son of Dea. John and Hannah 
(Chapin) Hitchcock, was born at Springfield, Mass., Feb. 7, 1678. 
He first settled in Enfield, then Mass. now Conn., where he married 
1st, Feb. 7, 1705, Elizabeth (Mighill) Batt of Boston, widow of 
Paul Batt, whom she had mnrried Feb. 13, 1700. Her child Paul 
had died in 1702 and her husband Paul Batt in 1703, when, as above,' 
she married David Hitchcock of " Endfield." She died Sept. 11, 
1715, and he. May 15, 1717, married, 2d, Mary Thomas.- He removed 
to Springfield and from there to Brimfield, Mass. before 1727. For 
time and money expended in attendance at General Court in Boston 
in 1729 and June, 1731, the town voted him four shillings a day for 
himself and horse, amounting to two pounds. He was appointed 
Assessor at the first town meeting, March 16, 1731. At the drawing 
of public lands, 1732, he had 45th choice. He was a blacksmith, 
moderator of eleven town meetings, and for five years selectman of 
Brimfield. In 1742 he was the first schoolmaster on the town records, 
and for it received 7£, 10s., and continued schoolmaster for seven 
years. In his will, signed May 6, 1743, he mentions his son Jona- 
than, wife Mary and two daughters Anna and Phebe. He died April 
28, 1762, in Monson, Mass. 

HIS children were : 
1. David", b. in Enfleld, April 21, 1708; m. Mary Morgan and had 
JEMIMA^ b. May 14, 1729, who m. Dec. 1, 1748, as his 2d 
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she m. 2cl, Capt. Leonard Xichols of Brimfield, May 19, 
170-t. He d. Aug. 10, 1806. She d. in 1811. She had 
eleven children by first marriage. 
GR.4.CE, h. Enfield, July 25, 1711; m. April 9, 1728, Samuel 
Graves of Sunderland, JIass. (bans published March 23, 
1727 — 8) and had children : l.Azubah^ Grai-es, h. 1730; 2, 
Sfimud G^i-ai-es.h. nSl; 3, Elizabeth Gmcea, b. 1734; 4, 
Bethula Graves, b. 1736; 5, SnTah Ixraves, h. 1739; 6, Zeb- 
a<!iah Graves, b. 1741 ; 7, Eunice Graves, b. 1745. 

Paul, b. Enfield, Conn., May 81, 1714; m. Lydia King. 

JOXATHAN", m. JIary ; d. April 16, 1757. 

Sarah, d. Feb. 11, 1742—3. 

Abigail, b. Sept. 28, 1T32. 

Lydia, b. Nov. 4, 1734. 

Phebe, b. Nov. 21, 1739. 

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FOL'ETH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

8. 

JoHX* Hitchcock (John^, John- , Luke''-) son of Ensign John and 
Mary (Ball) Hitchcock, ivas born in SpriugHeld, Mass., Dec. 14, 
1692, and resided there. He married, Aug. 1, 1717, Abigail Steb- 
bins, daughter of Samnel and Joanna (Lamb) Stebbins, who was 
born Nov. 30, 1695. 

Both his grandfathers, Dea. John- Hitchcock and Samuel Ball were 
in the fight with the Indians at Turners Falls, Maj- 18, 1676, and the 
General Court granted " to the survivors of the fight & the descend- 
ants of the others" a township which was called. in honor of the 
fight Fall Town, afterwards incorporated as Bernardston. John* 
Hitchcock received his grandfather Ball's share. (See Holland's 
History AV astern Mass.) The township was about six miles square 
and had at that time not one inhabitant. 

John* Hitchcock appears to have been one of the one hundred and 
twenty-five persons for whom the town of Springfield laid out the 
east end of their town — four miles wide east and west, and twelve 
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218 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH 1. 

a lot in each division. The widest lot Pynchon's one hundred and 
thirty rods wide and four miles long : the narrowest being eight feet. 
They called a rod sixteen feet. 

Mention is made in his will which was signed March 14, 1774, and 
presented to the Probate court "First Tuesday in October being 
seventh day of s'd month 1777," of all his children except Miriam and 
Reuben. He gave to his son John all his land at Wilbraham, " being 
my lot in ye outward commons on the east side of the Great river, 
being about thirty rods in breadth and four miles in length." His 
wife Abigail outlived him. 

HIS CHILBEEN- WEKB : 

i. Abigail', b. June 1, 1718; m. May 27, 1741, David Hoar of 

Brimflelcl. 
ii. MiKiAM, b. July 14, 1720 ; m. Aug. 19, 1748, Jedediah Bliss, was 

his 2d wife; d. Nov. 19, 1793. 

25. ili. John, b. April 21, 1722 ; m. Thankful Burt. 

iv. Reuben, b. Dec. 20, 1723; d. 1745, at Louisburgh. 

26. v. JosiAH, b. Nov. 29, 1726 ; m. Martha Hitchcock. 

vi. Simeon, b. July 22, 1728; m. Rachel Chichester of Cornwall; 

bans. pub. Nov. 30, 1751. 
vii. Benjamin, b. Sept. 2, 1730; prob. unm., called unfortunate in 

his father's will; d. Jan. 5, 1780. 
viii. Isaac, b. June 7, 1732; d. July 30, 1781. 

27. is. Levi, b. March 20, 1734—5 ; m. Lucy Adams. 

9. 

Nathaniel* Hitchcock (John^, JoJin'^, Luke''-) son of Ensign John 
and Mary (Ball) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., Sept. 
23, 1705. He married April 16, 1730, Hannah Taylor of Hadley, 
Mass. He went to Wilbraham, cleared two acres and sowed wheat, 
and put up a house in 1730 and in May, 1731, moved into it. He 
built on the spot afterwards occupied by the house of Dea. Samuel 
F. Merrick. His family lived there alone one year. This was the 
beginning of the settlement of Wilbraham. 

HIS CHILDKBN WEEE : 

28. i. Nathanibl°, b. May 13, 1732; ni. Sarah Severance, 
ii. Mary, b. June 30, 1735; d. Nov. 13, 1755. 

ill. Gideon, b. Nov. 25, 1736; bapt. Feb. 7, 1737. 

29. iv. Silas, b. Oct. 6, 1739 ; m. 1st, Martha Bliss ; 2d, Mary Taylor. 

V. Hannah; m. Colton. " Hannah Colton, dau. of Nathaniel and 
Hannah Hitchcock, d. in Wilbraham, Dec. 3, 1781, in her 
59th year," prob. in her 39th year which would make her 
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Samuel* Hitchcock {John^, John^, Luke''-) son of Ensign John' 
and Mary (Ball) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., June 9, 
1717. He entered, May 26, 1738, his intentions of marriage with' 
Euth Stebbins ; both of Springfield. The Springfield church records 
say that they were married June 11. 1738, and that he d. April 22,, 
1777. He was buried in Springfield. His wife Ruth Stebbins was 
born Oct. 16, 1722, and d. Feb. 20, 1775. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Ruth Stebbins", b. Oct. 5, 1739; m. Nov. 26, 1767, Moses- 
Bui't. Her .residence was Springfleld, and she d. July 20, 
1816. 

30. ii. Margaret, b. May 25, 1741 ; m. Richard Falley. 

iii. Lois, b. March 1, 1742—3; m.Nov. 17, 1763, OliverChapin, son 
of Josiah. They resided at Springfleld and had eight 
children. She d. March 2, 1814. 

31, iv. Samuel, b. Dec. 16, 1744; m. Thankful Hawks. 

V. Eunice, b. Dec. 8, 1746; m. Oct. 15, 1772, Nathaniel Alexan- 
der; resided Martinsburg, N. Y. ; she d. Aug. 30, 1822. 
vi. Naomi, b. Oct. 29, 1749; m. March 15, 1768, Joseph Parsons; 
res. Amsterdam, N. Y. ; A. Aug. 30, 1812. 

Arthur, b. Sept. 15, 1751; m. Cooley. 

Editha, b. Sept. 27, 1764; m. June 25, 1778, Gersham Elagg. 
She d. May 27, 1816. 

Elias, b. April 19, 1757; m. Zeruiah Eerry. 

Oliver, b. Eeb. 18, 1760; m. Elizabeth Hitchcock. 

Heman, b. Feb. 17, 1762; m. Eleanor Tolman. 

Gaius, b. April 30, 1765; m. Sarah Wells. 

11. 

Samuel* Hitchcock {SamueP, John-, Luke'-) son of Samuel and 
Sarah ("Weller) Hitchcock, was born at Springfield, Mass., Sept. 17, 
16?9. He lived at New Milford, Conn, and in New Marlboro, Mass. 
and died Feb. 9, 1774. Admitted to church in New Milford, Conn., 
March 19, 1726. He married 1st, Oct. 10, 1726, Kebecca Brown- 
son, b. Feb. 14, 1708, of New Milford, Conn., who d. Dec. 5, 1727. 
He married, 2d, April 23, 1 730, Deborah Mallory, who was born 1710 
and died Jan. 23, 1809. She was a woman of wonderful courage 
and fortitude. Many stories are told of her pluck and bravery in 
driving drunken Indians away from her house. When she was over 
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bore, Mass., to Wintonbiiry, Conn., nowBloomfield, about forty miles, 
and the same distance in a wagon in her 98th year, one year before her 
death. She probably died at the home of her son Dr. Caleb Hitchcock 
inBloomfield, Conn. libenezer, Dan and Elizabeth were not men- 
tioned in their father's will, which was admitted to probate April 5, 
1774. It is supposed that the house built for this Samuel* Hitchcock 
by his father SamueP, is still standing. If so it is about 150 years 
old. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. RBBB0CA^ b. Nov. 15, 1727 ; d. Dec. 24, 1727. 

37. ii. Samuel, b. Feb. 28, 1731. 

lii. Deborah, b. Eeb. 4, 1738 ; m. Nov. 26, 1761, Caleb Nichols of 

Newberry, afterwards Brookfleld, Conn, 
iv. Caleb, b. Marcb 8, 1735 ; d. Aug. 29, 1736. 

38. V. Caleb, b. Feb. 26, 1736— 7; m. Eleanor Charles. 

vi. Esther, b. March 5, 1738 — 9 ; m. Dec. 22, 1756, James Black- 
man of Newtown, Conn. 

vii. EUTH, b. Feb. 2, 1740 — 1; m. Brown. 

Abnbr, b. Jan. 21, 1742 — 3 ; m. Sarah Wright. 
Luke, b. Dec. 27, 1744; m. Sarah Cornish. 
Bbenezer, b. Jan. 16, 1746—7; d. Sept. 3, 1747. 
Ebenezer, b. Aug. 6, 1748 ; d. se. 19. 
Dan, b. Aug. 24, 1751. 
Elizabeth, b. June 18, 1755. 

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Jonathan* Hitchcock {SamueP, John^, Luke''-) son of Samuel 
and Sarah (Weller) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., April 
25, 1701. He was admitted to church in New Milford, Conn., March 
19, 1726. He married 1st, Oct. 10, 1726, Mary Bronson, who was 
born Feb. 20, 1704, and died Oct. 24, 1727. He married 2d, Oct. 
16, 1728, Miriam Mallory, sister of Deborah. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

41,. 1. Jonathan", b. Oct. 16, 1727; m. Christian Warner. 

. ii. Miriam, b. July 26, 1729. 
42. iii. David, b. Nov. 3, 1731; m. Abigail Trowbridge, 
iv. Mary, b. Aug. 24, 1733. 

V. Sarah, b. Jnly 30, 1735 ; m. Jan. 28, 1756, Abel Bostwick son 
of Joseph and Rebecca (Wheeler) Bostwick, b. Jan. 15, 
1734. Children : 1, RhahocP Bostwick, b. Sept. 1, 1756; 2, 
Joseph Bostwick, h. Nov. 29, 1757; d. Nov. 15, 1778; 3, 
Anne Bostwick, b. Oct. 24, 1762; 4, Esther Bostwick, h. 
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Hannah, b. June 24, 1737; m. Nov. 11, 1765, Nathaniel Boen, 
"a transient person." It afterward appeared that he was 
a married man and he was expelled from the town. 

Daniel, b. May 22, 1739; d. Sept. 16, 1751. 

Lois, b. July 5, 1741. 

Aaron, b. Nov. 25, 1743; m. Elizabeth Trowbridge. 

HULDAH, b. Dec. 13, 1745; d. June, 1746. 

Nath.\n, b. Aug. 11, 1747 ; m. Eebecca Beebe. 

Daniel, b. Dec. 31, 1751; m. 1st, Comfort Porter, 2d, Deborah^ 
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13. 

Capt. John* Hitchcock (Sam)teP, JoJin^, Luke''-) son of Samuel 
and Sarah (Weller) Hitchcock, was boni Iq Xew Milford, Conn., 
Sept. 28, 1716. He married 1st, May 27, 1736, Sarah Bariium, bora 
Aug. 11, 1717; d. jMay 10, 1754. Capt. John and Sarah his wife 
were admitted to church Aug. 5, 1739. He married 2d, Dec. 26,. 
1754, Sybil Sherwood of Woodbury, Conn. Shedied July 12, 1759, 
and he married 3d, May 21, 1760, ]Mrs. Rebecca Buel of Kent, Conn. 
He settled as early as 1715 on the south end of Rocky Mount, New 
Milford, was justice of the peace, captain of the militia and repre- 
sentative in the state assembly. He and his sons Isaac and Asahel 
were grantees of the town of Hinesburg, Vt. He died June 27, 
1796. 

HIS CKLLDKEX WERE:. 
BY FIRST WIFE. 

Isaac", b. Yeb. 26, 1737 ; m. 1st, Lydia Jlaria Ann Dean. 
ASAHEL, b. Sept. 16, 1740; m. 1st, Hannah Collins. 
Eunice, b. April 12, 1743 ; m. March 20, 17G6, William Gay- 
lord; d. Dec. 6, 1796. 
iv. ABIG.UL, b. Oct. 24, 1747; d. June 26, 1815 or 25. 
V. John, b. Jlay 17, 1753 ; d. young. 

BY SECOXD WIFE. 

48. vi. Zina, b. Nov. 6, 1755; m. Mabel Lockwood. 

vii. John, b. May 17, 1759; m. Rachel and lived in Kingsbury, N. 
Y. ; d. Aug. 20, 1827 and left two daus. . 1, Polly^, who 
m. Titus Buck ; 2, Minekva, who m. Henry C. Martindale, 
a lawyer. 

BY THIRD WIFE. 

ix. Sarah, b. Eeb. 22, 1761; m. S. Lockwood; lived in Sunder-- 
land, Vt. and left children. 

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xi. Hannah, bap. Aug. 28, 1764. 

xii. Ebenezer, bap. June 9, 1765. He was a doctor and left two 
daus. : 1, Harriet^, who d. unm. ; 2, Hermionb, who m. 
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Capt. Luke* Hitchcock (Luke^, John^, Luke''-) soa of Luke and 
Elizabeth (Walker) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., Dee. 
11, 1706. He married May 26, 1744, Abigail Norton, daughter of 
Isaac Norton of Middletown, Conn., and their children were all born 
at Springfield, Mass. He removed to Greenwich, Mass., about 1762, 
and was living there in 1773. He was selectman of Greenwich 1764 
to 1767, and was chosen Deacon of the church there in 1771. Green- 
wich records say, "At a meeting of proprietors of Narragansett 
township No. four, lying partly at Greenwich and partly west of and 
adjoining Hatfield, voted that C;ipt. Lulie Hitchcock and Nathan 
Fiske be a committee to survey the grantees first fifty acres which 
never were recorded." 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Tabitha", b. June 27, 1745; bapt. Sept. 8, 1745. 
11. Abigail, b. April 22, 1747; received to full coramuulon in the 

ch. at Greenwich, May 9, 1779. 
iii. AcHSAH, b. Sept. 5, 1749, 

iv. Chloe, b. Oct. 19, 1751; m. June 12, 1777, Lemuel Newton of 
Hardwick; d. Nov. 26, 1843. 
50. V. Luke, b. Oct. 15, 1753; m. Jerusha Prentiss. 

vi. Tabitha, b. Feb. 18, 1756; bap. Feb. 1(?), 1756; d. June 26, 
1756. 

15. 

Jacob* Hitchcock {Luke^, John^, Luke''-) son of Luke and 
Elizabeth (Walker) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., 
March 4, 1708 — 9 and there died Feb. 12, 1746 — 7, as shown in Spring- 
field records and his gravestone. His will shows his business as 
shopkeeper and maker of earthen ware. It was admitted to pro- 
bate March 10, 1746 — 7, and names his brother Luke andwifeBath- 
sheba as executors. It gives : "To Bathsheba, my wife, the shop 
standing in the northerly corner of my old dwelling house, (the same 
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well stoned up and a chimney built in it, the same to be well walled 
round and ceiled or else lathed and plaistered) and my barn, black- 
smith shop and earthen ware shop kiln, and implements used in mak- 
ing earthen ware to use and improve so long as she remain my widow 
***** and all other goods that are used in 
housekeeping, except what household goods and estate I had by my 
first wife. 

To my son Jacob all my real estate except » « » « 
he paying to my two daughters hereafter named more than five- 
thirteenths parts of what all the children have to be paid to the said 
two daughters within the space of five years after he shall arrive to 
the full age of twenty-one years, to Abigail four-thirteenths partand 
to Elizabeth four-thirteenths part and the household goods of my first 
wife to be divided equally among these two daus." He married 1st, 
July 3, 1736, Abigail Butler, born in Boston, Mass., Jan. 26, 1711, 
daughter of James and Abigail (Eustica) Butler, who died May 31 , 
1743, in 33 year, (Gravestone.) He married 2d, April 3, 1745, 
Bathsheba Chapin, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Chapin. born 
Dec. 9. 1713. She m. 2d, Xov. 19, 1747, Doct. Lamberton Cooper 
of Springfield, Mass. 

HIS CHTLDREX WERE : 

i. Abigall', b. March 26, 1739 ; m. 1st, March 1, 1764, Capt. John 
Brown of Xew Haven, Conn., perhaps son of John and 
Phebe (Monson) Brown, b. Oct. 6, 1737. She m. 2cl, May 
5, 1774, Capt. Ezekiel Hayes, b. in Granby part of Sims- 
bury, Conn. Xpv. 21, 1724, son of Daniel and Sarah (Lee) 
Hayes, being his second ^vife. (By his first wife, Martha 
Holcombe, he had a son Rutherford, grandfather of Ruth- 
erf ord Buchard Hayes, ex-President of thelTnited States.) 
He resided in Branford and New Haven, Conn., dying in 
:s:ew Haven, Oct. 17, 1807. ». 83. Her child by 1st mar- 

I riage : 1, Abigail^ Broicn, h. March IS, 1765; by 2d mar- 

riage; children: 2, Abigail Hayes, b. June 12. 1775; 3, 
William Sayes, b. in Xew Haven, Sept. 30, 1777; 4, EJiz- 
abeth Hayes, h. Aug. 22, 1780, in Branford; 5, ilartho 
Hayes, b. May 27, 1783. in Branford. 

li. Elizabeth, b. in Springfield, Mass., Aug. 5. 1741; d. in Xew 
Haven, Conn., Xov. 9, 1792, se. 51. She m. Isaac Town- 
send, b. in Boston, Mass., Oct. 13, 1737, who d. in Xew 
Haven, Conn., June, 1818, a?. 80. They had: 1, Elizaheth^ 
Trnciisend, b. Xov. 1, 1762; 2, Isaac Toirnseud, b. Feb. 4, 
1765; 3, Kneelcnd Toirnsend, b. JIarch 20, 1767; 4, Jacob 
Toirnsend, b. April 10, 1769; 5. Abigail Townsend. b. Sept. 



224 ■ DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

i, 1771: 6, Mary Townsend, b. Jan. 29,1774; 7, Sarah 
Townsend, bap. June 23, 1776 ; 8, Anna Townsend, b. May 
20, 1779; 9, William Townsend, b.'May 12, 1781. 
iii. Jacob, bap. March 30, 1746; rl. Peb. 20, 1746. 

16. 

Capt. Aaeon* Hitchcock (Luke^, John^, LuJce^) son of Luke and 
Elizabeth (Walker) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., Sept. 
23, 1715. He -was a joiner by trade and settled in SufBeld, Conn, 
and was town clerk from 1762 to 1775. He held a Captain's com- 
mission and in 1755 commanded in the old French war. In 1757 he 
was 1st Lieut, in Gen. Lyman's Co. and in 1756 he was Captain of the 
6th Co. A sword bearing his initial "A. H. 1735 " is in the pos- 
session of Judge Loomis of Suffleld, Conn. When Capt. Aaron 
Hitchcock resigned his commission he gave his sword to his successor, 
Capt. Loomis, and it has descended to his grandson. Capt. Aaron 
Hitchcock, married Sept. 29, 1739, Experience KiDg who died Dec. 
19, 1795. He died Sept. 25, 1808. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

i. Aaron", b. Aug. 20, 1740; d. Sept. 12, 1740. 
ii. Experience, b. Feb. 8, or Jan. 28, 1742; m. Jan. 31, 1765, 

Alexander King, had no children and d. Sept. 11, 1809. 
iii. EUTH, b. March 4, or Feb. 21, 1750; m. Nov. 23, 1769, Col. 
David Smith, afterwards Maj. Gen., who was b. in Nor- 
wich, Conn., Dec. 2, 1747; children: 1, Aaron^ Smith; 
2, David Smith; 3, Junius Smith; 4, Lucius Smith. 
iv. LuoiNDA, b. Aug. 16, 1754; m. July 18, 1784, Nathan Patton; 
d. Nov. 10, 1789. 
51. V. Apollos, b. March 8, 1759 ; m. Maria Roxana King. 

17. 

Nathaniel* Hitchcock {NathanieP, Jolin'^, Luke.''-) son of Nathan- 
iel and Abigail (Lombard) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 14, 1714, at 
Springfield, Mass. He married, according to Springfield church 
records, July 27, 1743 Mary Hancock of Springfield. He died in 
the French war. His widow Mary Sept. 10, 1747 administered on 
his estate which was valued at 896£ 8s. 3d. Mass. Archives show 
that Mary Hitchcock, April 28, 1749 married, 2d, James Thompson. 
On May 15, 1749, Mary Thompson was appointed guardian to Chloe 
and Submit, minors under fourteen, heirs of Nathaniel Hitchcock, 



FAMILT OF JOHN. 225 

Jr., and June 14, 1749, Mary Hitchcock of Brimfleld petitioned the 
general court for relief. Her husband Nathaniel Hitchcock went 
from her " very well clad and with a good new gun." " He was in 
Fort Massachusetts when besett by and delivered up to our French and 
Indian enemies." " He lived in captivity from August to the 23d of 
May and then died." She was awarded 12£' 15s. for her husband's 
clothes and wages and the Commissary General was directed to 
deliver the petitioner a good gun out of the provinces store. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Chloe*, b. July 7, 1744; d. Nov. 9, 1754. 
ii. Bathsheba, b. Aug. 31, 1745; d. Sept. 24, 1745. 
iii. SuBsnT. 

18. 

Noah* Hitchcock [NathanieP , John^, Liike'^) son of Nathaniel 
and Abigail (Lombard) Hitchcock, was born at Springfield, Mass., 
Jan. 14, 1715 — 6. He " entered his intentions " at Springfield, June 
24, 1738 and married 1st, Nov. 28, 1738, Mary Burt of Springfield. She 
was born in 1711 and died Jan. 10, 1792. He married 2d, Dec. 20, 
1792, Wid. Margaret Brown of Western, now Warren. He built in 
1762 the pound for Brimfleld opposite George Hitchcock's house. 
The bill was 3£ 6s. 8d. which the town refused to pay, but thirteen 
years afterward, in 177-5, he compelled ihem to pay it with interest. 
He was selectman of Brimfleld three years. He was by trade a shoe- 
maker, and his lapstone and pincers are still preserved. His house, 
which he raised himself, was on or near the site afterwards used by 
Lemuel Allen. He took down the frame and built on the spot now 
occupied by Pliny F. Spaulding. This house was removed and is 
north of the Hitchcock Free School, and now occupied by Lyman 
Webster. He died March 12, 1799. 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

NOAH=, b. Sept. 21, 1739; m. 1st, Silence Bnrt. 

Elijah, b. Aug. 9, 1741 ; m. Sarah Townsley. 

Maey, b. Oct. 5, 1743; m. Dec. 3, 1763, Joseph Hoar, Jr. and 

lived on Tower Hill. She d. in Brimfleld, Nov., 1828. 
Haxnah, b. Nov. 24, 1745; m. Jan. 26, 1769, Abel Goodell; d. 

Oct. 3, 1805. 
Jacob, b. Feb. 24, 1748 ; m. Bathsheba Holbrook. He was at 

the Lexington alarm and d. at the siege of Ticonderoga. 

They had 1, Stbii.^, m. May 1, 1796, Ebenezer Green, b- 
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226 DESCENDANTS OF LDKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

April 29, 1769, son of Rev. Nath. Green of Charlton, 
Mass.; 2, Bathsheba, m. Elisha Plympton. The two 
daus. with their husbands, signed a deed June 15, 1803, 
giving land to their Uncle Elijah, which had belonged to 
their grandfather Noah, 
vl. Emma, b. June 10, 1750 ; m. "William Goodell, settled in Mon- 

son, Mass. ; left only adopted children ; d. April 5, 1791. 
vii. Dorothy, b. 1752, bap. Oct. 15, 1752 ; m. July 2, 1773, Samuel 
Hoar, brother of Joseph; d. in Homer, N. Y. in 1813. 

54. viii. Samtjbl, b. March 23, 1755 ; m. Lucy Caroline Allen. 

55. ix. Daniel, b. Oct. 5, 1760; m. Lucy Hoar. 



19. 

Moses* Hitchcock {WathanieP , John^ , Luke''-) was born in Spring- 
field, Mass., Aug. 26, 1717, son of Nathaniel and Abigail (Lom- 
bard) Hitchcock. He married Bethiah — . Helived at Brimfieldand 
was assessor there for one year. His will was signed April 16, 1764 
and admitted to probate Oct. 4, 1768. The inventory of his estate 
was taken by his widow Bethiah. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Venus*, b. April 5, 1746; d. Jan. 21, 1746-7. 
ii. Martha, b. March 9, 1747; m. Oct. 8, 1778, Elijah Morgan, 

son of Joseph and bad two children, 
iii. Desire, b. March 5, 1750 ; m. Dec. 7, 1769. 
iv. Mercy, b. Jan. 22, 1752. 
V. Chloe, b. May 30, 1755 ; m. Nov. 20, 1781, Uriah Martindale. 
56. vi. Eldad, b. Jan. 20, 1757; m. Esther Hoar. 

vii. Abijah, b. May 14, 1759 ; was in the continental army three 
years, beginning in 1777 under Capt. Toogood, and again 
in 1780 under Capt. Haywood. He moved to the state of 
New York. He m. 1st, Dec. 3, 1782, Miriam Gilbert; 2cl, 
Aug. 3, 1795, Anna Bliss, b. Dec. 9, 1773, in Wilbrahani, 
Mass., dau. Silas and Miriam (Bliss) Bliss. Anna's 
mother, Miriam Bliss, was b. May 17, 1749, dau. of Jede- 
diah and Miriam (Hitchcock) Bliss. He had one dau. 
Miriam^, b. June 13, 1799. 
viii. Luther, b. July 14, 1760; had no family and d. in the French 
war. ' ' Aaron Mighil, Joseph Browning and Samuel Bates 
certify, Nov. 23, 1784, that Bethiah Hitchcock is the 
proper heir to Luther Hitchcock deceased." 
ix. Triphena, b. March 30, 1763; m. April 10, 1783, Nathaniel 
Adams. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 227 

20. 

Joseph* Hitchcock {XathanieP, Joh-a^, Luke^) son of Nathaniel 
and Abigail (Lombard) Hitchoock, born Aug. 25, 1719, was the first 
white child bora in Brimfield, two years after its settlement. He was 
assessor of the town of Brimfield two years, treasurerflve years, and 
selectman four years. He was also a deacon of the church. He was 
in his Majesty King George's service under Capt. Tristam and he 
received from the town of Brimfield, Aug. 16, 1779, 7£ for service 
in our army. He married 1st, Jan. 11, 1741, Abigail King, who 
died July 10, 1743. He married 2d, Aug. 29, 1744, Patience Steb- 
bins, who died July 29. or 23, 1 750. He married 3d, Dec. 11, or 6, 
1750. Mary Burt, b. June 2, 1730, who survived him a-nd died Feb. 
8, 1809. He died May 7, 178s. His will, dated April 21, 1788, 
gave all his property to his wife Mary and son Medad, and to the 
rest of the cliildren one shilling each. 

HIS CHUJJRES WERE: 

Joseph', b. April 28, 1742; m. Hannah Livermore. 

Obed, b. Aug. 7. 1745 : m. Mary Dnnham. 

Xateuxiel, b. .-V\i;r. 21, 1746; m. Euth. 

Saeah, b. Oct. 3, 1751 ; m. May 2, 1771, John Thompson. Sh^ 
d. Ang. 10, ISll. 

Elisha. b. Jan. 20, 1753; m. ITrsnla Hitchcock. 

Peter, b. Jnly 1, 1754; m. Both Bliss. 

Heli, b. March 8, 1756; m. Triphena Goodell. 

iledad, b, Xor. 24. 1757; m. Martha Stebbins. 

Aarox, b. June 22, 1759; m. Mary Stebbins. 

Ruth. b. Sept. 2, 1761 : m. Dec. 11, 1783, Isaac Bliss, Jr.. b. 
Aug. 8, 1759, son of Isaac and Hannah (Hubbard) Bliss 
of "Warren. He d. Jane 28, 1826, andshe d. Dec. 23, 1^.37, 
xi. Mart, b. April 7, 1763 ; m, Jan. 26, 1786, Asahel Goodell. She 
had eleven children of whom two m. Hitchi-.ocks : Joseph^ 
Goodell, m. Cynthia^, dan. of Eldad°, and Amos^ Goodell, 
m. Eliza' the grand-danghter of Eldad=. 
xii. Bathsheba, b. Dec. 25, 1764; m. Jan. 26, 1786, Vaniah MUler, 
as his 2d wife; d. Oct. 22, 1853; children: 1, Simpson^ 
Miller, m. Eoena Perrin and lived in Westfield, Vt., where 
he d. in 1847 ; he had thirteen children: 2, Bathsheba Mil- 
ler, b. 1799 ; m. William Porter and lived in Rowe, Jlass. ; 
she had seven children and d. in Rowe in 188- ; Z,- Henry 
JliUer," b. Jan. 1, 1801; m. Jan. 4, 1827, Sophia, dan. of 
Jonathan Upham of Windham, Yt. ; he d. at Westfield, 

*Tlie descendants of Henry and SopMa (Upham) Miller, can he found in full in 
the Upham Genealogy, published by Joel Munsell & Sons of Albany, X.T. 



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228 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Vt., Oct. 28, 1890; 4, Martha JlfiZier, b. Feb., 1803; m. 
Joseph Eames; d. at Bennington, Vt., Oct. 28, 1888; she 
had three children : 5, Leafa Miller, b. Dec. 24, 1805; m. 
Alva Pierce, and lived at Bellovps Falls; d. Aug. 30, 1876; 
no children. 

65. xiii. Zadoc, b. Aug. 26, 1767; m. Beulah Stearns. 

xiv. Phebe, b. April 9, 1770; m. David Stebbins, She d. March 

17, 1851. 
XV. Eunice, b. June 29, 1772; m. Nov. 20, 1793, John Hovrardand 

had four children; d. April 26, 1860. 
xvi. Samuel, b. Oct. 5, 1783. Mr. Boltwood also gives: 
xvii. Eegina or Raginah, b. ; d. Nov. 29, 1764. 

21. 

John* Hitchcock {NatJianieP , John^, Luke^) son of Nathaniel 
and Abignil (Lombard) Hitchcock, was born in Brimfield, Mass. 
He married, Nov. 12, 1742, Bethiah Burt and lived in Western, now 
Warren, Mass. His will was admitted to probate June 2, 1777, and 
gave to his wife Bethiah one-third of his house, furniture and 
improved land : also two cows, six sheep, one swine, one hive of 
tJDees and a suitable horse to ride upon. He seenia to have owned 
land in Brimfield, Monson and South Krimfield beside his land in 
Western. His estate was valued at 854£. 8s. 4<J. His sons, Reuben 
and Luke were executors. 

his children wekb : 
i. Abigail*, b. Sept. 21, 1743 ; d. Oct. 12, 1818, £b. 75. 
ii. Elizabeth, b. June 16, 1745; m.Nov. 17, 1768,DanielLivermore. 

66. iii. John, b. Jan. 23, 1746 — 7; m. Lucy Colton. 

Iv. Reuben, b. Aug. 7, 1748; m. Nov. 26, 1774, Emil Olds of 

Brookfield. 
V. Gate, b. June 15, 1750; d. unm. Feb. 17, 1832. 
vi. Thankful, b. April 11, 1752 ; unm. andliving iii Warren, Mass. 
Oct. 8, 1800. 

67. vii. Eli, b. May 10, 1754; m. Abigail Olds. 

viii. Luke, b. May 1,1756; m. Susanna Crosenvan, pnblished Dec. 
10,1783. She was of Chester, Mass. Theyhadl,SALLy^ 
•b. Nov. 2, 1784 ; 2, Susannah, b. Feb. 7. 1788 in Warren. 
Luke d. In Palmer, Mass., March, 1812. 
ix. Abner, b. March 24, 1758 ; not mentioned in his father's wUl. 
X. Amasa, b. Oct. 5, 1760. 
xi. Jonathan, b. Oct. 29, 1763. 

68. xii. Enoch, b. Oct. 22, 1765; m. Ist, Jane Dunn, 
xiii. Levi, b. April 26, 1768. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 229 

22. 

Possibly Elijah* Hitchcock (Nathaniel^ , John^, LuJce^) son of 
Nathaniel and Abigail (Lombard) Hitchcock, was born (?). 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Eldad°, b. (?) ; said to have married Esther Hoar. There is 
a mistake of some kind here as descendants of both 
Eldad son of Moses andEldad son of Elijah, claim Esther 
Hoar as ancestor. 
ii. Daniel, b. (?) ; said to have had three children: 1, David'; 
2, Nathan; 3, Asa, a missionary. 

23. 

Paul* Hitchcock {David^, JoJm^, Luke^) son of David and 
Elizabeth (Batt) Hitchcock, -nas born at Enfield, then Mass. now 
Conn., May 31, 1714. He married, Sept. 30, 1739, Lydia King, a 
widow. He died Jan. 30, XlAi — 3, leaving two sons under fourteen, 
minors. His will, signed Jan. 24, 1742 — 3, divides his property 
between his two sons and his wife, his wife to have, in addition, all 
that was left her by her former husband. If. these sons died without 
heirs the property wastogoto his brother Jonathan and his sisters, to"* 
be divided in this way ; his sister Grace Graves to have two-thirds of 
the whole, the rest to go to Jonathan and his sisters, he receiving 
one-sixth of the whole and his sisters each one-half as much ; his 
wife Lydia to receive in addition to her part 100£ old tenor to 
enable her to bring up her children in a Christian like manner. He 
made a mark for his signature. 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

69. i. Paul', b. ; m. Abigail. 

70. ii. David, b. May 1, 1742; m. Miriam Merrick. 

24. 

Jonathan* Hitchcock {David^, John^, Luke^) son of David and 
Mary (Thomas) Hitchcock, was born after 1717. He married, Mary 
Walbridge and lived in Brimfield and Monson. He died April 16, 
1757 and his estate was administered on May 18, 1757. His widow, 
Mary Walbridge, Sept. 7, 1769, was appointed guardian to Eliab and 
Mary, minors, over fourteen years of age, heirs of Jonathan Hitch- 
cock of Monson. 



230 DESCENDANTS OF LTJKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WBRB : 

i. JONATHAN^ b. May 25, 1752; d. Sept. 23, 1754. 

71. ii. Eliab, b. March 28, 1754; m. Hulcly . 

iii. Sarah, b. Nov. 14, 1755; m. Dec. 20, 1787, Joseph Tldd. 

72 iv. Jonathan, b. Sept. 21, 1757; m. Molly Wood. 



FIFTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

25. 

JoHN^ Hitchcock {JoJin^, John^, John^, Luke''-) son of John and 
Abigail (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., April 
21, 1722. He married in May, 1743, Thankful Burt, boru in 1724, 
and both were admitted to the church in Wilbraham, Mass. from 
Springfield church by letter Nov. 18, 1744. He was Lieutenant in 
Capt. James Warriner's Company at the time of the Lexington alarm 
and was at Lexington and also at Tieondeioga and on pay roll of 
Capt. Cadwell's Co., Dec. 25, 1776. He was the first Deacon of the 
South Parish church Wilbraham . He was a man of great physical 
strength. We quote the following sketch : " Lieut. Hitchcock was 
an athlete as well as a deacon and a lieutenant. Had he lived in 
Greece he would have taken the highest prizes at the Olympic and 
Isthmian games. He was a man of prodigious muscular strength, 
agility and endurance. A man stopped by the field where he was at 
work and boasted of the speed of the horse he was riding. The 
Deacon told him that he could go to Springfield quicker than a horse. 
The man resolutely denied it. The Deacon gave a challenge. It was 
accepted and the Deacon won. He ran ten miles, beating the horse. 
He would lift a load of hay, such loads as were drawn then (in two 
wheeled carts) by getting under the axletree of the cart, aud taking 
it on his shoulders in a stooping posture. He would turn a cart over 
by taking one end of the axletree with one hand. 

When he was seventy years old, he came in todinnerand as usual, 
hung his hat on its nail on the summer." (A " summer " is a beam 
in the middle of a ceiling, supporting the floor above, and seen 
exposed in some old houses.) " He said to his, wife, ' I am seventy 



FAMTLT OF JOHN. 231 

years old today ; you remember that when we were first married I 
used to amuse you by taking my hat down with my toes. I wonder 
if I could do it now.' He sprang from the floor, caught the hat off 
with his toes, struck on his feet like a cat, hung up his hat again, 
turned to the table, asked a blessing and feasted. 

He had double teeth in front. "When he loaded grain in a cart, he 
would seize a bag with his teeth, and giving it a swing, throw it into 
the cart with the aid of a push with his knee. He would hold a ten- 
penny nail in his teeth, and break it off with his fingers. When he 
died all his teeth were sound. He said jocosely, thathedid notknow 
a man he could not whip — or run away from." His wife Thankful 
died, July 17, 1800. He died Oct. 11, 1807. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE: 

i. OTHsrEL^ b. Aug. 10 or 3, 1744; m. 1st, June 19, 1766, Martha 
Kellogg, wlio d. Oct. 20, 1769. Hem. 2(3, Sybil and he and 
she d. on the same day, Sept. 24, 1807. Son 1, DA^^D', b. 
Nov. 6, 1768; m. Mercy Brewer in 1799, and d. Jan. 17, 
1839. No children, 
ii. JOHX, b. Jan. 4, 1745 — 6; m. Jan. 19, 1769, Martha Hitchcock. 
He d. May 17, 1770. Had one child, John', b. Oct. 29, 
1769 ; d. Jan. 12, 1770. 
iii. AzoBAH, b. Aug. 6, 1748 ; m. John Gleason of Western, now 
Warren, Mass. Intentions entered, in Oct., 1771. 

73. iv. Eeubex, b. May 1, 1751 ; m. Hannah Smith. 

T. Moses, b. March 19, 1753; d. Nov. 25, 1772. 

74. vi. Aakon, b. Sept. 1, 1756; m. Desire Maxwell. 

vii. Phbbe, b. March 16 or 18, 1760 ; m. May 24, 1783, Andrew King 
of Ellington, Conn. 

75. viii. SrsiEOX, b. Sept. 23, 1761; m. 1st, Gleason. 

tx. Thaskful, b. Oct. 13, 1765; m. March 3, 1790, Aaron Colton 
of Wilbraham, Mass. 

26. 

Leect. Josiah° Hitchcock (Jb7m*, JoJin^, John^, Lvke^) son of 
John and Abigail (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, 
Mass., JTov. 29, 1726. He married 1st, June 2><, 1763, Martha 
Hitchcock, daughter of Luke^ (Luke^, Luke^) and Martha (Colton) 
Hitchcock, who was the mother of all his children. She died Jan. 
27, 1801, se. 73. Her gravestone says " A desirable companion and 
tender mother." He married 2d, Dec. 9, 1802, Widow Lucy Ely of 
West Springfield, Mass. He died in Springfield, where he had always 
lived, Jan. 6, 1819. His widow died March 19, 1826, ffi. 87. 



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HIS CHILDREN WBKE : 

Luther*, b. June 13, 1754; m. Beulah Chapin. 
William, b. Feb. 1, 1756; unm. drowned, June 15, 1806. 
Ursula, b. April 27, 1758 ; m. Elisha Hitchcock, son of Joseph 

and Mary (Burt) Hitchcock. (No. 60.) 
Martha, b. Oct. 13, 1760; d. Sept. 25, 1776. 
Bbthuel, b. Dec. 9, 1762; m. Hannah Ferre. 
Abigail, b. Feb. 13, 1765 ; m. Wm. Butler. Her children -were ; 

1, Sarvey' Butler; 2, John Butler; 3, William Butler; i, 

Anna Butler ; 5, Mary Butler. 
JosiAH, b. June 3, 1767 ; m. Huldah Hitchcock. 
Heber, b. abt. 1769 ; m. Lois Stebbins. 

27. 

Leti^ Hitchcock {John'*', JoJin^, John^, Luke^) son of John and 
Abigail (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born March 20, or Jan. 25, 
17.34 — 6. He married Oct 14, 1772, Lucy Adams. She is called in 
Probate records Lucy Wheland, widow and relict. He died on a 
passage from Quebec to New York, Dec. 6, 1777. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Lucy**, b. April 5, 1774. 
80. ii. Levi, b. Jan. 28, 1776; m. Olive Wright. 

28. 

Nathaniel^ Hitchcock (Nathaniel''', John^, John^ , Luke^) son of 
Nathaniel and Hannah (Taylor) Hitchcock, was bom at Wilbraham, 
Mass., May 13, 1732. He married, Nov. 18, 1755, Sarah Severance, 
both of Springfield, Mass. He removed from Wilbraham to Spring- 
field, before 1767. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Nathaniel", b. June 15, 1756; m. possibly July 23, 1777, Mary 

Crandall. 
ii. Mary, b. Oct. 24, 1757. 
iii. Sarah, b. Feb. 6, 1759. 
iv. Daniel Severance, b. Jan. 28, 1761. 
V. Lucy, b. May 27, 1763. 
vi. Sybil, b. May 8, 1765. 
vii. Gideon, b. Aug. 1, 1767; lived in Whitehall, N. Y. and left a 

large family, 
viii. Obed, b. Nov. 1, 1769 ; prob. rem. to Hartford, N. Y. and m. 

Diadema , who d. Oct. 12, 1845, je. 72 .and one month. 

He d. July 16, 1860, ae. 91. No chiclren. 



FASULT OF JOHN. 233 

ix. Lydia, b. Nov. 11, li'72: d. Sept. 28, 1775. 
X. Jesse, b. Oct. 16, 1775. 
xi. ASAHEL, b. June 20, 1779. 

29. 

Sii.AS= Hitchcock {Xathaniel'*' , John^, John^, Luke''-) son of 
Nathaniel and Hannah (Taylor) Hitchcock, was born Oct. 6, 1739 
and baptized Jan. 20, 1740, in Wilbraham, JIass. He married 1st, 
Nov. 15, 1759, Martha Bliss, daughter of Nathaniel and Priscilla 
Bliss of Wilbraham, Mass. He married 2d, Dec. 8, 1767, Mary 
Taylor. He removed to Northern New York and died there. 

HIS CHILDREN T\-BRE : 

i. Martha', b. May 28, 1761. 
ii. Chloe, b. Nov. 9, 1763. 

iii. Phu-esa, b. Sept. 23, 1768 ; d. Dec. 18, 1769. 
81. iv. JusTEN-, b. Oct. 28, 1769. 

T. Phtlexa, b. Aug. 27, 1771. 
Ti. EoxT, b. Oct. 26, 1773. 

vn. Zeka, b. May 2n, 1776 ; went to Vermont and from there to 
northern X. Y. where he m. Catherine Coone. His chil- 
dren were : 

i. L?;vi'. 
ii. John. 

iii. Enos D., b. Dec. 18, 1809; m. in Augusta, Can- 
ada in 1832, Ann McLean who was b. in 
Augusta, Canada Feb. 1, 1814; he d. inDen- 
ison, Iowa, in his 76th year, his wife died 
in Lewis Co., S. Y. in her 69th year, they 
moved back from Canada to northern X. Y. 
in 1849. They left children : 1, RoxY Ann-, 
b. Feb. 18, 1835; 2, Sarah Electa, b. Jan. 
26, 1837; 3, Adelia Maria, b. Nov. 5, 1840; 
4, Abigail Caeolini;, b. Aug. 18, 1843; 5, 
Emily Catherine, b. Aug. 18, 1843; 6, Rob- 
but Nelsox, b. June 9, 1848 ; 7, Mary Louisa, 
b. June 23, 1851. 
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30. 

Maegaeet^ Hitchcock (Samuel^, JoJin^, John^, Luke^) daughter 
of Samuel and Ruth (Stebbins) Hitcheock, was born in Westfield, 
Mass., May 25, 1741. She married in "Westfield, in 1762, Richard^ 
Falley, (Richard^) who was born Jan. 31, 1740, at Georgius River 
in the Province of Maine. 

"Her husband's father was a native of the Isle of Guernsey, 
France. When he was eight years of age a French man of war 
touched at the island, and a whole school, himself included, was 
invited on board to take dinner in the cabin. When they came on 
deck the ship was out at sea, and the children were taken to Nova 
Scotia, and left there, to settle that new country. 

Her husband, Richard Falley, Jr., when sixteen years old became 
a soldier and served in the French and Indian war. At the capture 
of Fort Edward, N. Y., he was made a prisoner by the Indians. He 
was adopted by one of the chiefs, taken to Montreal and finally 
bought by a lady for sixteen gallons of rum. By her he was sent 
home to Westfield, Mass. There he subsequently married Margaret 
Hitchcock, who was called ' a woman of uncommon nerve and 
energy.' She was one of the foremothers of Pres. Grover Cleve- 
land. We next hear of her husband Richard Falley as commanding 
a company at the battle of Bunker Hill, and of her eldest son, Fred- 
erick, afterwards a Major, as his father's drummer ; and he drummed 
all through the fight. 

Immediately after the battle of Bunker Hill, Richard Falley was 
appointed superintendent of the Armory at Springfield, Mass. He 
held this position till after the war. Springfield muskets with ' R. 
Falley ' on the locks were well known in those days and were esteemed 
good shooters by marksmen and hunters. He was a powerful man, 
and it is stated by a grandson. Dr. I. W. Falley, now resident in 
Hillsdale, Mich., he had heard his father say he had often seen him 
take a barrel of cider and lift it over the side of a cart as one would 
a small keg." 

Richard^ Falley died at Westfield, Mass., Sept. 3, 1808. His 
widow, Margaret (Hitchcock) Falley, died in Volney (now Fulton), 
N. Y., Feb. 11, or 18, 1820. The children of Margaret (Hitchcock) 
Falley were : 

1. Lovisa', b. Dec. 3, 1763; d. May 20, 1807. 

2. Frederick, b. Jan. 2, 1765; d. July 5, 1828, in Ohio. 



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3. Margaret, b. Nov. 15, 1766; m. Dea. Wm. Cleveland of Norwich^ 
Conn. Their son Kev. Richard FaUey' Cleveland was 
father of Pres. Grover' Cleveland. 

i. Eichard, b. Sept. 15, 1768; d. Feb. 28, 1835, in Ohio. 

5. Bussell, b. Oct. 5, 1770; d. March 29, 1842. 

6. Daniel, b. Dec. 3, 1772; d. y. 

7. Daniel, b. Xov. 15, 1773 ; d. Fulton, X. T., se. abt. 80- 

8. Buth, b. Dec. 7, 1775; d. 1827, in N. Y. City. 

9. Lewis, b. Jan. 15, 1778; d. 1810, in Charleston, S. C. 

10. Samuel, b. Oct. 9, 1780; d. at Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 

11. Alexander, b. April 4, 1783. 

31. 

Capt. Samuel^ Hitchcock {Sanviel^, John^, John^, LuTce^) son 
of Samuel and Eiith (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, 
Mass., Dec. 16, 1744. He married Sept. 19, 1770—1, Thankful 
Hawks of Deerfield, Mass., born there Sept. 1, 1746. Samuel 
Hitchcock with his family were one of the first three families that 
settled in Hawley, Mass., in 1770. He was a private in the Revolu- 
tionary army July 1, 1777 in Col. John Brewer's regiment, was in 
Col. David Wells' regiment, also in 1782 in Col. Gideon Burt's regi- 
ment. He was Captain of militia and received his commission 
July 7, 1 789 from John Hancock. His will was signed May 21, 
1818. He died Sept. 13, 1819, and his widow Thankful not till ten 
years later, Oct. 17, 1829. After that the provision of his will as to 
his tombstone could be carried out. He gave each of his children 
except Eli and Ethan -32, — to Eli nearly all his property, on condi- 
tion that he remain with, and take care of him during his life ; and 
"put up after his death a white marble tombstone of sufficient 
dimensions and with such inscriptions as may serve, not only as an 
ordinary memorial of the death of his parents, but also be descrip- 
tive of their first settling in this place and whence they came." The 
following is a copy of the record on the tombstone : 

CAPT. SAMUEL HITCHCOCK, 

BORK IX SPKIXGFIELD, MASS., 

Dec. 16, 1744, 

died Sept. 13, 1819. 

MRS. THANKFUL. COXSORT OF 

CAPT. SAMUEL HITCHCOCK, 

BORN IN DEERFIELD, JIASS., 

Sept. 1, 1746, 

died Oct. 17, 1829. 



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:236 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

They were one of three first families 
Settled in No. 7 now Hawley in 1770. 
Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord for they rest from 
their labors and their works do follow them. 

his children were: 

Ethan*, b. Oct. 18, 1773; m. 1st, Lydia Farnsworth. 

Samuel, b. April 16, 1775 ; m. 1st, Thirza Cooley. 

Ruth, b. July 8, 177G; m. Derby; d. March 2, 1856 and 

had fourteen cliildreri: l,Levi^ Derby; 2, Ebenezer Derby ; 
3, Edward Derby ; 4, Freeman Derby; 5, Olive Derby; 6, 
Gratia H. Derby ; 7, Lyman Derby ; 8, BosweU Derby; 9, 
Erastus H. Derby ; 10, Thomas Derby ; 11, Emelia Derby; 
12, Harriet Derby ; 13, Annjeanette Derby ; 14, Nancy Derby. 

Thankful, b. March 17, 1778; d. May 11, 1783. 

Pliny, b. Nov. 20, 1779; m. 1st, Sarah Hiscock. 

Urban, b. Dec. 1, 1781; m. 1st, Mary Swift. 

Gratia, b. June 28, 1783; m. at Hawley, Mass., Jan. 19, 1809, 
Wm. Patch, b. Groton, Mass., Sept. 14, 1780. She d. at 
Charlemont, March 12, 1861 and he Feb. 16, 1862. Chil- 
dren : 1, Gratia iif.' Patch, b. April 27, 1810; d. at Spring- 
Held. Jan. 18, 1874; 2, W7n. P. Patch, b. Dec. 9, 1811; d. 
Jan. 8, 1878 at Thomas ville, Ga. ; 3, Eli H. Patch, b. Dec. 
25, 1812; 4, Angeline S. Patch, b. May 24, 1814; d. May 
25, 1875, at Charlemont ; 5, Mary A. Patch, b. Oct. 4, 1816; 
6, Luther C. Patch, b. June 6, 1818; 7, Alithea B. Patch, b. 
Aug. 20, 1819; 8, Jonas K. Patch, h. June 12, 1824. 

Asenath, b. Oct. 15, 1784; m. Ira Warner of Plainfleld, Mass., 
Feb. 8, 1810, and d. Jan. 15, 1838. 

RoswELL, b. Feb. 19, 1786; m. Betsey Longfellow. 

Erastus, b. Oct. 18, 1787 ; m. Naomi Jones. 

Eli, b. Feb. 2, 1789; ra. Annjeanette Blood. 



32. 

Arthub^ Hitchcock {Samuel^, John^,John^, Luke''-) son'of Sam- 
>uel and Ruth (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., 
;Sept. 15, 1751. He married Lucy Cooley of Hawley, Mass., born 
Jan. 8, 1759. He was one of the early settlers of Hawley, Mass. 
about 1770. He was a farmer, and his father started him with 200 
acres of wild land which he improved. He was greatly esteemed by 
the people of Hawley and served them as selectman for a number of 
years. He died July 19, 1822 and his widow Dec. 4, 1843. 



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HIS CHU-DREX WERE: 

i. Lucy", b. Oct. 31, 1779; m. Oct. 16, 1822, John Joy of Plain- 
Held, Mass., b. March 12, 1779, in Weymouth, Mass. and' 
d. in Plainflekl, Mass., Aug. 21, 1848. She d. Sept. 10,. 
1869. No children. 

ii. Arthur, b. March 3, 1783 ; unm. lived on the old homestead 
and took care of his parents in their old age. He d. in^ 
Adams, Mass., Oct. 28, 1846. 

iii. LuCTKDA, b. June 1, 1785 ; d. unm. March 4, 182o. 

iv. SAR.iH, b. Feb. 25, 1787; m. Elias Grey of Ashfleld, Mass.; d.. 
in Chester, Mass. Feb. 22, 1874. 

V. Lois, b. Sept. 6, 1789; d. unm. in Hawley, May 31, 1844. 
f Ti. Zdiri, b. Jan. 28, 1792; d. same day. 
89. t vii. SiMEOX Olcott, b. Jan. 28, 1792; ni. Almira Streeter. 

viii. Naxcy, b. April 7, 1794; m. in Hawley, Oct., 1817, Truman- 
Streeter; d. in 111. 

ix. Polly, b. Oct. 2, 1796; d. Feb. 5, 1797. 

X. Polly, b. March 2, 1799 : m. Oct. 24, 1818, Thomas Childs of" 
Deerfield, Mass. » 

xi. ELjnRA, b. April 19, 1802; m. May 24, 1829, Salmon Loomis of ' 
Ha-wley. She d. Oct. 31, 1846. Three children. 



33. 

Elias^ Hitchcock {Samuel''', Jolin^, John^ , Luke''-) son of Sam- 
uel and Ruth (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born April 19, 1757 in- 
Springfielcl, Mass. He was married by Wm. Pynchon to Zeruiah 
Ferry, Xov.o, 1778. He died in Northampton,. Mass., May 27, 1810. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Zeruiah*, b. Aug. 19, 1779; m. Dec. 27, 1799, Webb Tower, 

ii. LuciNDA, b. March 13, 1782 ; d. Oct. 8, 1784. 

iii. Luci>-DA, b. Oct. 11, 1784; d. May 15, 1799. 

iv. LtrCY', bapt. Jan. 23, 1785. 

y. Ruth, b. Aug. 6, 1786 ; d. April 29, 1790. 

vi. Hexrt, b. April 9, 1789. 

vii. Lois, b. Oct. 11, 1793. 

34. 

Oliver^ Hitchcock (Samuel^, John^ , Jolm^ y Luke'-) son of Sam-% 
uel and Ruth (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 18, 1760 at Spring- 
field, Mass. He married Jan. 18, 1784, Elizabeth^ Hitchcock (Phin- 
eas*, Ebenezer*, Luke^, Luke^) daughter of Phineas and Elizabeth. 



:238 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BKANCH I. 

Stebbius, born at Springfield, Mass., Nov. 2, 1758. He was a far- 
mer and spent the early part of his life near Springfield, Mass. He 
lived later at New Lebanon, N. Y. and was a prominent member and 
ruling Elder of the Presbyterian church for forty years. His wife 
•died atPittstown, N. Y. Sept. 6, 1834. He died Oct. 28, 1836. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

90. i. Lewis", b. Oct. 9, 1786 ; m. Nancy Springer. 

ii. Betsey, b. Nov. 15, 1788; in. res. at Hebron, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 
19, 1860. Left no cliildreu. 

91. iii. Oliver, b. Sept. 6, 1790; m. Elvacinda Hunt ; d. May 5, 1864. 
Iv. A Son, b. June 15, 1792; d. same day. 

92. V. Augustus, b. May 21, 1793; m. Amelia J. Hurlburt ; d. March 

29, 1865. 
vi. RUFUS, b. June 15, 1795; d. Nov. 21, 1820, in Steuben Co., N. 

Y. No children, 
vli. Russell, b. Feb. 1, 1797; d.Nov. 1, 1846, in Mich, of apoplexy, 
viii. Pamelia. b. April 3, 1798 ; d. July 18, 1825. 
Ix. Electa, 1j. Jan. 27, 1800; d. March 4, 1815. 
■93. X. Samuel, b. Aug. 25, 1802; m. Elizabeth Freeman. 

35. 

Heman^ Hitchcock {Samuel^, JoJin^, Jolin^, LuJce^) son of Sam- 
tuel and Euth (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., 
Feb. 17, 1762. He married, intentions entered Nov. 17, 1784, in 
Deerfield, Mass., Eleanor Tolman, born in Deerfield, Mass., Sept. 11, 
1762. Their children were all born in Conway, Mass. Eleanor his 
-wife died April 25, 1835 and he died March 24, 1,837, in Conway. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Levi^ b. Feb. 2, 1786; m. Phebe Thayer. 

Ruth Stebbins, b. Jan. 23, 1787; m. P. Bradford and d. in 

"Williamsburg, Mass., April 10, 1871. 
Editha, b. July 27, 1788; m. Presbury Hillman. 
Oded, b. June 15, 1790; m. Aley Cross. 
ZuR, b. Jan. 13, 1793; d. Aug. 4, 1795, in Conway. 
Sabra, b. Sept. 26, 1793; m. S. K. Clapp of Williamsburg, 
Mass. She d. March 1, 1877. 

vii. Naomi, b. July 4, 1795 ; m. Hemlnway of Williamsburg 

in Sept., 1813, and d. Oct. 31, 1868. 
•97. viii. ZuR (and a still born dau.) b. June 26, 1797. He m. Nancy 

Rudd. 
98. ix. , Hbman, b. Sept. 25, 1799 ; m. Elizabeth Thayer. 

X. Submit, b. Jan. 2, 1801 ; m. Barnabas Clark ; d. in Iowa, May 
6, 1878. 



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36. 

Gaius^ Hitchcock (Samuel*, John^, John^, Luke''-) son of Sam- 
uel and Ruth (Slebbins) Hitcbcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., 
April 30, 1765. He married Sarah Wells. They lived the latter part 
of their lives at Waitsfield, Vt., where they were both members of 
the Cong, church. He was at an early age a soldier in the Eevolu- 
tionary war and afterwards a farmer and shoemaker. His wife died 
April 2, 1830, and the following extracts from an application for a 
pension give some outline of his life : " Gaius Hitchcock, August, 
1833, of Waitsfield, Washington Co., Vt.,aged 69 years. In spring 
of 1778 about March, being very younghe was enlisted by his father" 
(Samuel) " Hitchcock in Springfield in the Co. of Capt. Bryant, 
who was stationed there and rendered service a portion of his time as 
waiter to the Capt. and at other times in preparing cartridges and 
ammunition and conveying them to the armory — was discharged W ay 
16, 1778 and soon after the family moved to Deerfield. 

In 1779 was enlisted for two months under Capt. Bryant and 
employed at the arsenal in Springfield in preparing ammunition and was 
discharged in May of same year. In 1780 was enlisted for one month 
under Capt. Bryant, who was stationed at Springfield, and employed 
as before in preparing ammunition and also acted as sentinel. In 
1780 enlisted about Sept. 1, in the militia and marched to Pittsfleld 
in Reg't Col. John Pomeroy, was discharged at the end of one month 
about Oct. 1st, at Northampton. In the spring of 1781 volunteered 
for three months under Capt. Oliver Shattuck a Eeg't Col. McKen- 
ster, marching for Saratoga, engaged in scouting parties, going at 
one time as far as Fort George — Gen. Stark in command. Born at 
Springfield, April 30, 1764, removed from Deerfield to Shelburne. 
then lived two years in Canaan, N. H., thence to Waitsfield, Vt., 
seventeen years and Montpelier seven years and back to Waitsfield 
where he has resided six years" 

Pe died at Waitsfield, Vt., Aug. 12, 1843. 

HIS CHILDEEX WEEE : 

99. i. Wells^, b. March 2, 1788; m. Polly Newcome. 

ii. Relief, b. July 1, 1790; m. Julian Dumas and d. Oct. 29, 1859. 

iii. Stebbiks, b. 1793 ; m. Betsey Newcome. She d. Feb. 25, 

1824; he d. Feb. 9, 1826. In two years, himself , wife 

and only dau. died. 

iv. Eli, b. 1796 ; unm. ; crippled in part through life by fall of a 

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240 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

V. Sally, b. possibly 1798; d. nnni. June 5, 1818. 
vi. Panny, b. Nov. 24, 1800; m. in 1817, Charles Newcome, who 
was b. in 1801. She d. March 5, 1883, leaving five sons 
and three daus. 

vii. Emily, b. ; m. Jacob Sargent; res. unknown. 

viii. Mariah, b. 1808; d. June 15, 1839. 

37. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock {Samuel'^, SamueP, John^, Luke^) son of 
Samuel and Deborah (Mallory) Hitchcock, was born while his parents 
lived at New Milford, Conn., Feb. 28, 1731. He removed to New 
Marlboro, lierkshire Co., Mass. Mr. Hinman says that Samuel died 
in Sheffield, Mass. in 1801. 

HIS CHILDREN WBRB : 

100. i. Ebbnezi!K«, b. Nov. 23, 1767 ; ni. Elizabeth Everett. 

101. ii. Reuben, b. abt. 1768 or 1769; m. Electa Spaulding. 

102. iii. Silas, b. ; m. 

iv. Jbkusha, b. — :-; m. Rhodes; res. Ovid, N. Y. 

38. 

De Caleb^ Hitchcock (Samuel*, Samuel^, John^ , Lvke^) son of 
Samuel and Deborah (Mallory') Hitchcock, was born in New Milford, 
Conn., Feb. 26, 1736—7. He married Oct. 5, 1768, Eleanor Charles. 
He settled in Wintonbury, now Bloomfield, Conn., and there all his 
children were born. 

HIS CHILDKEN WEKE : 

i. Elizabeth^ b. May 28, 176i; d. Dec. 24, 1841. 

ii. Tamak, b. Nov. 11, 1765; m. Dositheus Hubbard. 

iii. Caleb, b. Sept. 6, 1767; d. July 3, 1775. 

iv. Eleanor, b. May 11, 1770 ; d. unm. Jan. 20, 1819 ; was deranged. 

V. Charles, b. Aug. 14, 1771. 

103. vi. Caleb, b. July 14, 1776 ; m. Electa Eoote. 
vii. Chlob, m. Jonah Gillette. 

viii. Abigail, b. March 21, 1783 ; m. Dec. 23, 1802, Levi Dudley of 
Berlin, Conn. 

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Abner^ Hitchcock {/Samuel*, SamueP, John^, Luke^) son of 
Samuel and Deborah (Mallory) Hitchcock, was born in New Milford, 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 241 

Conn., Jan. 21, 1742—3. He married Oct. 17, 1768, in New Marl- 
boro, Mass., Sarah Wright, born in Amherst, Mass., June 4, 1750. 
He was a farmer and a Deacon in the Cong, church in New Marlboro. 
His grand-daughter writes : " He was very strict in his observance of 
the Sabbath which commenced with him at the going down of the 
sun Saturday night. His work was always all done before that time. 
His face was shaven, his boots or shoes were-brushed his clothes all 
ready to put on Sunday morning. There was never anything cooked 
on Sunday no secular newspaper even looked at. The Christian 
Intelligencer and Missionary Magazine were allowable, sermon books 
and the Bible. No beds made until after sun-down, milking always 
done before sun-down Saturday and after sun-down Sunday. In my 
younger days we lived in the house with him and you may believe we 
children were glad when ' Sunday was let out.' " He died June 5, 
1827 and his widow Sarah Jan. 5, 1832. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

104. 1. Jonathan W«., b. May 18, 1769 ; m. Clarissa Ward. 

105. ii. David, b. July 4, 1777 : m. Ruth Klngsley. 

40. 

Caft. Ltjke° Hitchcock (Samuel^, SamueP, John^, Luke''-) son 
of Samuel and Deborah (Mallory) Hitchcock, was born Dec. 27, 
1744, probably in New Milford, Conn. He was atailor by trade and 
lived in New Malboro, Mass. He married May 8, 1771, Sarah Cor- 
nish of Sandisfield,lMass. He was Captain of an Infantry company 
in the war of the Revolution and was killed in a duel with Lieuten- 
ant Stone at West Point, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1782. 

HIS CHILDBEX WEEE : 

106. i. Coenish", b. Jan. 4, 1772; m. Mary Merrill. 

ii. Sarah, b. Aug. 6, 1773, in Xew Marlboro; m. Daniel Barney, 
and d. about 1796. 

41. 

JoxATHAX^ Hitchcock (Jowaf/iaw*, SamueP, JoJm^, Luke''-) son 
of Jonathan and Mary (Brownson) Hitchcock, was born at New 
Milford, Conn., Oct. 16, 1727. He married Nov. 16, 1757, Christian 
Warner. New Milford church records say that Mary wife of Jona- 
than was admitted by letter from the church at Newbury, Thos. 
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242 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Brooks, pastor, Jan., 1777. The children were all born at New 
Milford. 

HIS CHILDKBN WERE: 

i. Mary'', b. Nov. 12, 1766. 
11. Jonathan, b. Aug. 25, 1770. 
ill. Lucy, bapt. July 27, 1777. 

42. 

David^ Hitchcock {Jonathan'^, SamueP, John^, Luke^) son of 
Jonathan and Miriam (Mallory)Hitclicock, was born Nov. 3, 1731, 
in New Milford, Conn. He married Sept. 11, 1759, Abigail Trow- 
bridge. 

HIS childebn wbkb : 
1. ■WrLLIAM^ b. Oct. 1, 1760; m. Nov. 25, 1784, Rachel Ketchum . 
Oct. 15, 1786, Wm. and his wife Rachel " owned the cov- 
enant." Child : 1, Thirza', bapt. April 10, 1791. 
ii. Abigail, b. July 5, 1763. 
iil. Hdldah, b. Oct. 4, 1765. 
iv. Annis, b. July 15, 1769; m. at Danbury, Conn., Jan. 30, 1788, 

Lemuel Benedict. (See Benedict Genealogy.) 
V. David, b. Sept. 1, 1771. (Loami Oliver, bapt. Jan. 10, 1787 is 
written in New Milford records as a son to Abigail Hitch- 
cook possibly the dau. of David.) 

43. 

Aaeon^ Hitchcock (Jonathan''', SamueP, John^, Luke^) son of 
Jonathan and Miriam (Mallory) Hitchcock, was born in New Mil- 
ford, Conn.. Nov. 25, 1743. He married March 31, 1763, Elizabeth 
Trowbridge. He died Sept. 29, 1819. 

HIS children were : 
i. Bbtty'', b. March 21, 1764; d. y. 

ii. Betty, b. Nov. 27, 1765; m. Oct. 1, 1797, Stiles Curtiss. 
ill. Polly, b. Jan. 17, 1768; m. Sept. 16, 1791, Asa Morgan, 
iv. Sarah, b. Nov. 15, 1770; m. March 24, 1793, David Hull. 
V. Aaron, b. July 8, 1773; m. April 25, 1802, Mary Minor of 
Woodbury. One Dau'., m. Nathaniel Perry. 

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Nathan^ Hitchcock {Jonathan'^, SamneP, Jolm^, Luke^) son of 
Jonathan and Miriam (Mallory) Hitchcock, was born in New Mil- 





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ford, Conn., Aug. 11, 1747. He married, Aug. 21, 1769, E^becca 
Beebe, born July 17, 1757. 

HIS CHTLDREX WERE : 
Eebecca', b. Sept. 27, 1771. 
Ezra, b. March 16, 1773. 
MiRLOi, b. March 23, 1775. 
Ebexezer, b. Feb. 9, 1777. 

XATHAX,b. March 20, 1779; m.Jan.8. 1801, Elizabeth Gregory. 
Joseph, b. Jan. 10, 1781 ; m. Hoe Bailey. 
Maky, b. Jan. 28, 1783. 
Reuben, b. Sept. 9, 1785 ; m. Anna Garlick. 
Philo, b. Jan. 8, 1787: m. Malinda Bemis. 
Stephen, b. .Jnne 21, 17S9. 
Haxxah, b. May 23, 1791. 
Ei,iz.\BETH, b. June 6, 1793. 
Spencer, b. Oct. 2. 1795; m. Mary C. Green? 

45. 

Dasiel= Hitchcock (Jonathan*, SamueP, JoJm^ , Lvke^) son of 
Jonathan and 31iriam (Mallory) Hitchcock, was born in New Milf ord. 
Conn., Dec. 31, 1751. He married 1st, Xov. 3, 1773. Comfort Por- 
ter, who died, se. 25, ]S'ov. 2, 1776. He married 2d, March 12, 1777, 
Deborah Ketcham. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 
i. Betty", b. Sov. 24, 1775. 
111. ii. Julius, b. Dec. 20, 1777; m. Myra Ingersoll. 

iii. CoJiroRT, b. Sept. 2-t, 1779. 
ir. Luke, bapt. May 5, 1782. 
V. Daniel, bapt. May 5, 1784. (This name is given Samuel In 

New Milford church records.) 
vi. Olive, bapt. Jan. 10, 1787. 
vii. Elijah, bapt^ Oct. 2, 1788. 
viii. Ithajiek, bapt. Sept. 12, 1790. 

46. 

Isaac ^ Hitchcock (John*, SamueP, John-, Luke^) son of Capt. 
John and Sarah (Barnum) Hitchcock, was born in Xew Milford, 
Conn., Feb. 26, 1737. He married 1st, Dec. 16. 1764, Lydia M. 
A. Dean of Stratford, Conn. He had a second wife. He was a 
farmer and surveyor, and one of the grantees of the town of Hines- 
burg, Vt. 



24:4 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WBBE : 

i. ALMIKA^ b. Sept. 18, 1765; m. Dr. Perry. 

112. ii. Barzillai Dean, b. Oct. 29, 1769 ; m. Anne Mann, 
iii. Isaac. 

47. 

AsAHEL^ Hitchcock (Jolm'^, SamueP, John^, Luke^) sonof Capt. 
John and Sarah (Barnurn) Hitchcock, was born in New Milford, 
Conn., Sept. 16, 1740. He married 1st, Dec. 15, 1766, Hannah Col- 
lins, born March 11, 1743, who died June 11, 1779. He married 
2d, Feb. 24, 1780, Mrs. Anna (Beach) Northrop, bom Feb. 19, 
1753, at Kingsbury, N. Y. He moved from "Warren, Litchfield Co., 
Conn., starting Feb. 4, 1785 and arriving at Kingsbury, Washington 
Co., N. Y., Feb. 11, 1785. In 1795, he was Justice of the Peace 
for Kingsbury. He died there May 6, 1829. His widow died there 
Feb. 25, 1842. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

113. i. Collins", b. Dec. 1, 1767; m. Eunice Porter. 

ii. Prudence, b. Oct. 3, 1769; m. John Verner of Albany. 

114. iii. Noble Barndm, b. Sept. 9, 1775; m. Peggy Freeman. 

iv. Hannah Ann, b. April 4, 1791 ; m. Asahel Vaughan ; d. April 
1, 1861. 

48. 

De. Zina^ Hitchcock {John*,SaviueP, John^, Liihe''-) sonof Capt. 
John and Sybil (Sherwood) Hitchcock, was born in Warren, Litch- 
field Co., Conn., Nov. 6, 1755. He married Mabel Lockwood of 
Sunderland, Vt., who was born in 1760 and died at Sandy Hill, N. Y. 
Aug. 28, 1817. He died in Franklin, N. Y. He lived one year in 
Cambridge, Washington Co., N. Y., and then removed to Sandy Hill. 
He built Zion church at Sandy Hill, and on a marble tablet in the 
wall of the church is the following inscription, placed there by his 
son Samuel Miller Hitchcock. 

"Zina Hitchrock, M. D., born Nov. 6, 1755, and died May 2, 
1832. One of the founders of this parish. A zealous and consist- 
ent churchman, discharged the duties of State Senator and Judge for 
many years with fidelity and honor. Possessing a strong intellect 
and high cultivation, yet he was most conspicuous for benignity of 
spirit and humble trust in the merits of a Divine Eedeemer." 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 245 

HIS CHILDHEN WKEE : 

115. i. JOHX", b. Dec. 2, 1783; m. Adaliiia Moss. 

li. Mtrtle Bradley, b. Feb. 20, 1786; m. Mercy Scott; d. in 

Xew York City in 1839. 
iii. Belvideea, b. April 4, 1788; ra. Nicholas P. Randall; and d. 

Sept. 21, 1818, fe. 31. Had dau. 1, Belvkli^ro? Sandall, b. 

1814 in Manlins, X. Y. ; d. in Chicago, 1856—7. 

116. iv. Sasiuel Mileek, b. Sept. 6, 1790; m. Mary Fitch Adams. 
V. James Kent, b. April 10, 1793; d. 1811. 

117. vi. Betsey Maria, b. 1795; ni. Ebenezter A. Scott. 

vii. Charles Lockwood, b. 1798 ; m. in Lexington, Kentucky, in 

1833, Jeanette Eacine. Xo cliildren. 
viii. Mykaette, b. July 19, 1800; m'. 1st in 1820, Capt. William 

Price. By liim bad 1, iSmton' Price; 2, WWAam Tricp; 

3, Charles Frice. She m. 2d, Edward Lyon. 

49. 

Dr. BrEL= Hitchcock {John^, SamueP, JoJin^, Liike^) son of 
Capt. John and Mrs. Eebecca (Buel) Hitchcock, was born in Addi- 
son, Addison Co., X. Y., April 14, 1763. He married in 1788, in 
Kent, Litchfield Co., Conn., Lodema Mann, daughter of Ebenezer 
and in 1814 removed to Fort Covington, Franklin Co., N. Y. 

We have from Miss Hemmingway's " History of Vermont " : " Dr. 
Buel Hitchcock was the first physician in the town of Monkton, Vt., 
and was very skillful in the treatment of billions and intermittent 
fevers that were prevalent among the early settlers. He once ampu- 
tated a leg with a shoeknife, using a rope and stick for a tourniquet, 
Ebenezer Barnum sawing the bone with a carpenter's saw. He built 
the first gristmill in town and after several years residence removed 
to Lawrence Co., N. Y." 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

118. 1. Aretus M^, b. 1789; m. 1st, Elizabeth B. Hawkins. 

il. Elorilla, b. 1792 ; m. 1st, Jonathan Wallace of Ft. Coving- 
ton; and 2d, Amasa Brown of Adams, Jefferson Co., N. 
Y. She had no children andd. in April, 1879. 

119. iii. Myron, b. 1794 ; m. Mary Goldsmith, 
iv. AlricB., b. 1796; d. Xov., 1845. 

50. 

LtjkeS Hitchcock {Luke^, Luke^, John^, Luke^) son of Capt. 
Luke and Abigail (Norton) Hitchcock, was bom in Springfield, 



246 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BKANCH I. 

Mass., Oct. 15, 1753. His early life was spent iu Greenwich, Mass. 
His " intentions " were published in Conway, Mass., April 1, 1779 
and he married May 20, 1779, Jerusha Prentiss. He was an officer 
in the war of 1812 and a pensioner of the United States till death. 
He was one of the first settlers of Stanbridge in the Province of 
Quebec and died there about 1836. 

HIS CHILBKBN WERE : 

i. Sally^, b. in Vermont, May 12, 1780; m. Robert Partlow in 

Stanbridge and d. in Canada, 
ii. Cynthia, b. in Vermont, May 20, 1781 ; m. Nov. 29, 1804, 
Isaac Hyatt, wlio was b. Dec. 19, 1779. CMIdren : JacoV 
Hyatt, b. Feb. 24, 1800; m. March 11, 1829 Parmelia Ann 
Hooker; 2, Horace Hyatt, b. Sept., 1804; m. in 1827 Azu- 
bah Nichols, 
iii. Luke, b. March 8, 1783; m. Thankful Barber in Canada. He 
was a farmer and d. in Canada leaving two children, 
Paulina' and Julia. 

120. iv. Barnabas, b. Feb. 21, 1785; m. Jane McKinney. 

V. Catheeinb, b. March 6, 1787; nnm. 

121. vi. Prentice, b. March 27, 1788; m. Belinda Brace. 

vii. LoviNA, b. Sept. 19, 1795; m. Louis Snyder. No children. 

51. 

Apollos^ Hitchcock {Aaron'^, Luke^ , John^ , Luke^) son of Capt. 
Aaron and Experience (King) Hitchcock, was born in Suffield, Conn., 
March 8, 1759. He married, in Nov., 1781, RoxanaKing, daughter 
of Wm. King of Suffield, Conn., born Aug. 13, 1762, who died Sept. 
14, 1830. He was a surveyor and one of the first settlers of Cheek- 
towaga, N. Y. in 1808. " Apollos, son of Aaron, lived with his 
father in Suffield for ten years after his marriage ; but becoming dis- 
contented he pursuaded his brother-in-law, Alexander King, to take 
his place in the old homestead. Leaving his family in SufBeld he 
went to Charleston, S. C, after indigo which he sold to pedlars. He 
also speculated in land. Acquiring a taste for travel he finally went 
to Europe with a cargo of indigo, which was wrecked. The loss was 
so great as to seriously involve him and make it necessary for him to 
go again to Europe, where he remained three years. During this 
time he travelled in France and England and while there found traces 
which led him to believe that the Hitchcock family originally came 
from Wales. 



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He thea settled in Hartford, Conn., and kept tavern until 1806. 
He then moved to Schenectadj- where he kept a public house about 
two years and then went to Buffalo which at this time contained only 
twenty houses, mostly log cabins. For two years he lived in Buffalo 
and then moved to the farm in Cheektowaga which is now in possess- 
ion of the family. It was then an almost unbroken wilderness, his 
settlement being the first east of Buffalo. Here he built a distillery 
and saw mill ; and later, a grist mill. The family were called Cheek- 
tawas by the Indians, from the little cleariug in which they built their 
house abounding iu wild plums and an endless variety of wild flowers. 
The town was afterward named Cheektowaga, signifying the place of 
fruit and flowers."' 

HIS CHILDKES WERE : 

1. JA3IES'', b. Dec. 30, 1782, in Suffield, ConD. ; d. March 19, 1804. 
Aakox, b. Oct. 22, 1785 : m. Polly Clark. 
JOHX, b. Dec. 29, 1787; m. Jane Peckham. 
ALEXAifDER, b. June 29, 1790 in Snffleld, Conn., was a member 
of State Legislature and d. unm. March 14, 1876. 
V. EOXAXA, b. Aug. 7, 1792 in Snffleld, Conn.; m. June 12, 1841, 

Elnathan Bennett, and d. Jan. 13, 1848. No children, 
vi. Sally, b. Dec. 5, 1794; m. June 12, 1825, Jesse Vaughn, who 
d. in 1874. She d. Dec. 25, 1874. Xo children. 

124. vii. Apollos, b. July 25, 1797; m. Celia M. Russell, 
viii. Franklin', b. Oct. 31, 1803; d. Aug. 4, 1818. 

125. ix. James, b. Nov. 6, 1805; m. 1st, Patience Sanford. 

52. 

Noah" Hitchcock (yoaJi*, Xathaniel^, Jolin^, Liike^) son of 
Noah and Mary (Burt) Hitchcock, was born Sept. '>\, 1739. He 
married 1st, Oct. 7, 1762, Silence Burt, who was born Sept. 19, 1733 
and died March 29, 180s. He married 2d, Sarah Wood, published 
June 7, 1808(?). Brimfleld town records say " Uncle Noah Hitch- 
cock's 2d wife died Feb. 5, 1814, ae. 62." He married 3d, Hannah 
Moore, who died May 19, 1818, ». 78. He lived in Brimfleld. Aug. 
16, 1769 he was paid £20 for service in the army. He died Jan. 23, 
1826. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

SLLEXCE^ b. Dec, 1763; m. Oct. 14, 1790, Samuel Buel. 
Gad, b. Feb. 15, 1765 ; m. Lydia Sanders. 
Jesse, b. Sept. 3, 1766; m. Vashti Stebbms. 
XOAH, b. Sept. 22, 1768; m. Mercy Keep. 





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V. David, b. Nov. 22, 1770; d. Oct. 13, 1777. 

vi. LoviSA, b. May 24, 1772 ; m. Jan. 23, 1798, Seth Keep, 

vii. Asa, b. March 5, 1776 ; d. March 13, 1778. 

viii. Possibly Asahel, b. June 20, 1779. 

53. 

Elijah 5 Hitchcock (JVba/i*, Nathaniel^, Jolm^, Luke''-) son of 
Noah and Mary (Burt) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 9, 1741. He mar- 
ried, Oct. 18, 1764, Sarah Townsley, born in 1742. He lived in 
Brimfleld, Aug. 16, 1769 he was paid £12 18d. for service in the 
army. He was also a soldier at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. 
Thompson. He died Aug. 6, 1813 and his widow Sarah died Sept. 
24, 1835. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Anni8B«, b. May 31, 1765; m. July 4, 1786, Ludwin Blodgett 

and d. 1790, leaving a dan. 
ii. Martis, b. July 20, 1766; d. May 9, 1821. 

iii. Lettice, b. Jan. 9, 1768 ; m. April 14, 1791, Elijah Allen. Had 
five children. 
129. iv. Pownal, b. July 3, 1769 ; m. Lydia Newell. 

V. Sarah, b. Oct. 10, 1770; m. Feb. 18, 1790, Jared Newell. Had 

twelve children, 
vi. Elijah, b. Dec. 9, 1771. Settled near Vergennes, "Vermont. 
Children: 1, William'; 2, Mary; 3, Harriet. Wm. d. 
at St. Louis leaving 1, Edward'; 2, Prank. 
Alured, b. May 7, 1773; m. Sarah Stevens. 
Eaton, b. March 13, 1775 ; m. 1st, Mercy Allen. 

Hannah, b. Oct. 18, 1776; m. Bela ; d. 1792. 

Jaked, b. Aug. 11, 1778; m. Katy Hamilton. 
Bela, b. Peb. 14, 1780; d. y. 

Samuel, b. Nov. 21, 1781 ; m. Miriam . 

Ebenezer, b. Oct. 4, 1788 ; lived in Brimfleld; d. Oct. 23, 1868. 

Child: 1, Henry'. 
Almeda, b. July 23, 1786; m. April 7, 1805, Jesse or Joel Mil- 
ler; was living in West Brookfleld, Mass., in 1848. 



54. 

Judge Samuel^ Hitchcock (Noali^, NathanieP, John^, Liike^) 
son of Noah and Mary (Burt) Hitchcock, was born in Brimfleld, 
Mass., March 23, 1755. He graduated at Harvard in 1777; and 
became a lawyer. He married May 26, 1789, Lucy Caroline Allen, 



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FAMILY OF JOHN. 249 

second daughter of Col. Ethan Allen. This marriage was the first 
one put upon Burlington town records. He resided in Burlington, 
Vt., until 1794 when he removed to Vergennes where he lived until 
1806 when he returned to Burlington. Chapter 10, p. 142 of H. P. 
Smith's " History of Addison County, Vermont," gives the following 
sketch of Judge Samuel Hitchcock : 

" Hon. Samuel Hitchcock, the fourth son of Xoah and Mary Hitch- 
cock, and grandson of David Hitchcock, one of the original settlers 
of Brimfield, Hampshire County, Mass., was born in Brimfield, March 
23, 1755. He fitted for college with Rev. James Bridgham, a grad- 
uate of Harvard University in 1726. * » » jjg ^^^s 
graduated at Harvard University in 1777. After his graduation he 
read law at Brookfield, Worcester County, Mass., with the late Hon. 
Jedediah Foster, and was, probably, admitted to the practice of the 
law at Worcester. About 1786 Samuel Hitchcock removed to Bur- 
lington, Vt.. where he commenced the practice of his profession. 
He was the first State's attorney appointed in Chittenden County and 
held the office from 1787 to 1790 inclusive. He represented the town 
from 1789 to 1793 inclusive. He was a member of the convention 
of delegates of the people of the State of Vermont, held at Benning- 
ton Jan. 10, 1791, to ratify the constitution of the United States, 
which had been submitted by an act of the Vermont Legislature 
passed Oct. 27, 1790. The charter of the University of Vermont, 
which was granted by the General Assembly, Xov. 3, 1791 , is said to 
have been drafted by Samuel Hitchcock, while the main features of 
it were furnished by another alumnus of Harvard University, the 
Eev. Samuel Williams, D. D., of Rutland. Samuel Hitchcock was 
elected one of the trustees from the start and continued to hold that 
office until his death. He was secretary of the corporation from 
1791 to 1800, when he was succeeded by the Eev. Daniel Clark Saun- 
ders, D. D., president of the University. Dr. Wheeler, in his histor- 
ical discourse, says that the creative mind of Dr. Samuel Williams 
and the reflective and profound mind of Judge Hitchcock had worked 
for the University of Vermont and in it. He was elected attorney- 
general of Vermont under the act of October, 1 790, and was suc- 
ceeded in 1793 by the Hon. Daniel Buck, of Norwich. Samuel 
Hitchcock and Lemuel Chipman, of Pawlet, were the presidential 
electors at large from Vermont at the second presidential election in 
1793. Lott Hall, of Westminster, and Paul Brigham, of Norwich, 
were their colleagues in the first electoral college in Vermont, and all 



250 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

were appointed by the Legislature in 1792, and they cast the vote of 
Vermont at Windsor for George Washington and John Adams. In 
1797 the second general revision of the laws was completed by a 
committee consisting of Eoswell Hopkins, of Vergennes ; Eichard 
Whiting, of Brattleboro ; Nathaniel Chipmaii, of Tinmouth, and 
Samuel Hitchcock (then of Vergennes). Samuel Hitchcock was 
judge of tlie District Court of the United States for the district of 
Vermont, and judge of the Circuit Court of the second circuit of the 
United States, receiving his appointment from President John Adams, 
and going out of that office when the judiciary act was repealed. 
Judge Hitchcock's scholarship was of a superior order, and as a 
lawyer he ranked among the foremost in New England. He was 
endowed with a large measure of benevolence and admirable social 
qualities. As a conversationalist he was unrivaled for humor and 
brilliant repartee. His personal appearance was dignified and com- 
manding. He had a light complexion and sharp blue eyes, and to a 
handsome person of medium size and height he added polished man- 
ners and a pleasing address." 

He died in Burlington, Vt., March 30, 1813 and his widow Lucy, 
Aug. 27, 1842, se. 74. 

In the same volume (pp. 640 — 701) is given a history of the city 
of Vergennes where Samuel Hitchcock lived from 1794 to 1806. 
From this it appears that the town of Vergennes became a city in 
1794, the first city officers being elected in July, 1794, and in con- 
nection with this appears the following statement (p. 658) : 

"■ The records of the Court of Common Council show a respect for 
a strict construction of the charter law, that has not always since 
been apparent. When, a few months later-, Samuel Hitchcock moved 
from Burlington to Vergennes, and became associated with the picked 
men elected to fill the city offices, Vergennes could boast of as 
large a number of strong minded and accomplished men as ever 
graced a country village. Samuel Hitchcock, who had married a 
daughter of Ethan Allen, and was himself the peer of any lawyer of 
his day, lived for several years in a house standing on the ground 
now occupied by the Catholic Church." 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. LoRAiNK ALLEN^ b. Jiiiie 11, 1T90, (the first birth recorclecl on 
Burlington records); m. " Maj. George P. Peters of the 
U. S. A. who d. at Fort Gadsden, Florida, Nov. 28, 1819, 
le. 30. Loraine Allen his wife and eldest dau. of Samuel 
.and Lncy C. Hitchcock, died April 22, 1815, se. 25." 



FAIULT OF JOHN. 251 

134. ii. Henry, b. Sept. 19, 1792; m. Anne Ei'wm. 

lit. Carolixe p., b. June 3, 1796, in Vergennes, Vt. ; d. " atCoos- 
ada, Ala., Sept. 16, 1823, se. 27." 

135. Iv. ETH.ts Allen, b. ilay 18, 1798, at Vergennes, Vt. 

V. S.oiuEL, b. in 1808 in Burlington, Vt. ; graduated at West 
Point in 1822, with a subsequent rank of Second Lieut, of 
Infantry but at his mother's entreaty he resigned, Dec. 19, 
1827, and was admitted to the bar both in Alaljama and 
Mississippi, but never practiced. He spent several years 
in study in Europe. He died and was buried at sea Aug. 
1, 1851, while returning from Europe. 

vi. ILiitY Ann, b. , iu Vermont; m. Dr. J. S. W. Parkin; d. 

at Selma, X\a., Sept. 16, 1825, se. 27, leaving one son,. 
WiUiam' W. Parlcin, a merchant in Xew York City. 

55. 

Daniel^ Hitchcock (Noah'*', NatJianieP, John^ , Luke^) son of 
Noah and Jlary (Bart) Hitchcock, was born Oct. f>, 1760, probably 
in Brimfleld. He married Dec. 26, 1782, Lucy Hoar, who was born 
Nov. 22, 1758. They lived apparently for a time at Monson, Mass. 
as appears by this record, Daniel and his wife Lucy were " May 19,. 
1809, received from the church in Monson to the church iu Brimfleld." 
They had children born in Brimfleld, 1787 and 1792. Daniel died 
June 11, 1838. His widow Lucy died Sept. 11, 1844. 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

i. PoLLY«, b. Jan. 11, 1784:; d. Oct. 6, 1799. 
ii. LuciXA. b. July 15, 1785; m. 1st, abt. 1807, Joseph Keep of 

Monsou and moved to Homer, N. Y. He died abt. 1824. 

She m. 2d, Iddo Blashfield .ind removed to Clarendon, 

Mich. She (1. Oct. 17, 1842. Children : l.^Zi-ff/i' TTeej-.b.. 

1809; 2, Lncij Keep, b. 1816; 3. Mary Jane Blashfield, b. 

1826; i, Emma Blashfield, h. 1828. 

136. iii. N-iTH.ixiEL, b. May 4, 1787; m. 1st, Esther Bigelow. 

iv. LuCT, b. Aug. 19, 1789; m. June 7, 1826, Stephen Durfee. 
She d. in Springaeld, Mass., Oct. 11, 1867, and he d. July 
28, 1869. 

137. V. Jacob, b. Sept. 7, 1792 ; m. Nancy Brown. 

vi. DA>fiEL, b. Sept. 22, 1794; m. Dec, 1820, Lanra A. Hitchcock, 
dau. of Jesse, who d. March 1, 1821, fe. 24. He d. in 
Washington, Pa. Oct., 1821, on his way to join the mis- 
sion to the Cherokees. 
vii. Alvah, b. Feb. 18, 1797; d. Aug. 18, 1801. 
viii. Emma, b. Feb. 21, 1799 ; d. Aug. 1, 1801. 



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Ix. Mary, b. Jan. 30, 1801: m. Sept., 1839, Simeon Lovett; moved 

to Wisconsin and d. Feb. 28, 1877. 
X. Alvah, b. Sept. 6, 1804; d. Oct. 8, 1804. 

56. 

Eldad^ Hitchcock (7¥bses*, NathanieP, John^, Luke''-) son of 
Moses and Bethiah Hitchcock, was bom in Brimfield, Mass. Jan. 20, 
1757. He married Dec. 26, 1777, Esther Hoar. He received from 
Brimfield Aug. 16, 1769, £10 for Army service. He was also on 
muster roll of Capt. Sylvanus Walker's Eegt. mustered June 16, 
1775. Sometime before 1800, he removed to Westminister, Vt., 
where both he and his wife died. 

HIS children were : 
i. Margaret^, m. Levi Harlow; two children. 

138. ii. David, b. in 1789; m. Hannah Owen, 
iii. Luther, d. in 1820, in South Carolina, 
iv. Samuel, a doctor in Ohio. 

v. Melinda (or Lucinda), m. Asa Eaton of Rochester, Vt. 
vi. Cynthia, m. Joseph Goodell in Monson, Maine. Had eight 
children. 

57. 

Dr. Joseph^ Hitchcock (Jbsep/i*, JSfathaniel^ , John^, Lvke'-) son 
of Joseph and Abigail (King) Hitchcock, was born April 28, 1742, 
(prob. in Brimfield, Mass.) He married Dec. 2, 1762, Hannah 
Livermore, born May 5, 1743. He received £16 from the town of 
Brimfield for service in the array Aug. 16, 1769. He was corporal 
under Capt. Thompson at Lexington Alarm, and Sergeant for eight 
months under the same and in Shay's Rebellion, Lieutenant under 
Capt. Joseph Hoar. He was Deacon of the church in Brimfield in 
1786. He died Dec. 6, 1811 and his widow Hannah died June 16, 
1815. The children were all born in Brimfield. 
HIS children were : 

139. i. EZRA^ b. Sept. 27, 1763; m. Sally Winslow. 

ii. Rebecca, b. Nov. 7, (or 9) 1764; m. Dec. 27, 1792, Joseph 

Dunham, Jr., and left six children, 
iii. Marcena, b. Jan. (or June; 20, 1766 ; m. April 23, 1789, Polly 
Miller ; was flf er in Shay's rebellion under Capt. Hoar. 
He d. Sept. 20, 1793. Will admitted to Probate Nov. 30, 
1793. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 25S- 

iv. Abigail King, b. Aug. 14, 1767; m. Feb. 23, 1790, James Col- 
liston; moved to " York State " and settled in Madison 
Center in 1793, where her great-grand-children live. 
1-. Elizabeth, b. Ang. 18, 1769. 

vi. Percia, b. Nov. 9, 1770; d. July 2, 1775. 

vii. Gaius, b. Sept. 11, 1772 ; moved to Madison Center, N. Y., in. 
1793. 

140. vii). Joseph, b. March 2, 1775 ; m. Eunice Brownell. 

ix. Haxxah, b. April 16, 1777. 

X. Abel, b. April 3 or 13, 1779; moved with his sister Abigail- 
and brothers Gaius, Joseph and James to Madison Center,. 
X. Y., in 1793. 

141. xi. Seth, b. .ipril 5, 1781; m. Catherine Blair, 
xii. James Bowdoin, b. Jan. 24, 1787. 

58. 

Obed^ Hitchcock {Joseph^, NathanieP, Jolin'^^ LuTce'^) son of 
Joseph and Patience (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born, prob. inBrim- 
fleld, Mass. He married June 19, 1771, Mary Dunham, daughter of 
Micaiah Dunham. He lived in Brimfleld and recived £10 for service- 
in the army. He died Nov. 5, 1792 and his estate was valued at 
£465 2s. 5d. 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

i. Patience', b. May 16, 1772 ; m. Dec. 29, 1794, Bethuel Steb- 
bins, Jr. 
ii. Solomon, b. Dec. 4, 1773. 
ill. Rachel, b. Dec. 10, 1775; m. Eben GoodeU, date not given on 

town records, 
iv. Rhoda, b. Dec. 13, 1777. 

142. V. David, b. Dec. 31, 1779; m. Olive Stebbins. 

vi. Asa, b. Jlay 22, 1782; moved to Westfleld, Vt., in 1808, then^ 

to Hardwick, Vt., where he d. in 1811 or 12. 
vii. LrCY, b. June 19, 1784. 
viii. Asenath, bapt. Aug. 6, 1786. 

143. ix. Levi, b. Aug. 25, 1788; m. Sally Hunt. 

59. 

Nathaniel^ Hitchcock {Joseph'^, XathayiieP , John''' , Liil-e^) son< 
of Joseph and Patience (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 21, 
1746. He married 1st, Ruth, who died June 11, 1803. He married 
2d, Nov. 28, 180.5, Widow Lois Nichols in AVilbraham. He lived, 
in Brimfleld, Mass. He received £10 for service in the army. He 
died March 9, 1816. His widow Lois died July 30,- 1818.- 



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HIS OHILDKEN WERE : 

Iea'', b. May 3, 1777 ; m. Percis Newell. 

Artemas, b. March 9, 1781; m. Abigail Broolcs. 

ACHSAH, b. Sept. 30, 1782. 

Ruth, b. Dec. 8, 1783. 

Pbkcis, b. Oct. 20, 1785 ; d. July 15, 1803. 

Orange, b. ; m. Dec. 20, 1807, Edward Broolis. 

Flavia, b. Marcli 14, 1775; m. Oct. 4, 1792, Joseph Flemmlng. 

60. 

Elisha^ Hitchcock (Jbsep/i*, NatJianieP, John^, Luke^) son of 
.Joseph and Mary (Burt) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 20, 1753. He 
married Nov. 27, 1776, Ursula Hitchcock, daughter of Josiah and 
Martha Hitchcock of Springfield, Mass. Martha was daughter of 
Luke and Martha (Colton) Hitchcock. Ursula was born April 27, 
1858. Elisha settled in Westminster, Vt. where his children were 
.all born. The mother died Feb. 23, 1834 and he died Sept. 12, 1839. 
HIS children were : 
Julius^, b. Oct. 3, 1777; m. Huldah Powers. 
Caleb, b. Marcli 2'J, 1779; ra. Nancy Eaton. 
James, b. May 11, 1780; m. Sally Brewer; liad no children ; 

d. Nov. 27, 1871. 
Elisha, b. Eeb. 22, 1782 ; m. Eclitha Gains. 
Amos, b. April 27, 178-t ; m. Achsah Hendee. 
Simon, b. Feb. 22, 1786; m. Claris.sa Moore. 
Joseph, b. June 28, 1788; m. Betsey Prentiss. 
Ursula, b. July 29, 1790; ra. Luke Miller, son of Vaniah Mil- 
ler and Bathsheba Hitchcock; d. March 16, 1835; sons: 
1, Josiah? Miller and 2, Alfred Miller live at Westfield, Vt. 
Josiah, b. June 8, 1792; d. unm. April 18, 1814. 
Patty, b. May 25, 1795; m. Jan. 81, 1822, MedadSmith Hitch- 
cock, son of Medad and Martha (Stebbins) Hitchcock, 
lived in Westfleld, Vt. She d. Aug. 7, 1882. 
Abel, b. Sept. 30, 1797; m. Lucinda Mason. 
Hiram, b. Oct. 29, 1799; m. Jan., 1822, Mrs. Hannah Squiers. 

He d. Aug. 12, 1865. No children. 
Melinda, b. Jan. 13, 1802; m. Luke Miles. 
Lucinda, b. Jan. 13, 1802; m. Aaron Burbel. 
153. XV. Aaron Charles, b. Jan. 8, 1804; m. Polly Eastman. 

61. 

Peter" Hitchcock (Joseph'^, NalhanieP, John^, LuTce^) son of 
•Joseph and Mary (Burt) Hitchcock, was bora in Hrimfield, Mass. 



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FAMILY OF JOHN. 2o5 

July 1, 1754. He married, published April 7, 1776, Ruth Bliss, 
born Sept. 11,1 754, daughter of Dea. Isaac Bliss of Warren, Mass. 
They removed from Brimfield to Homer, N. Y. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

154. i. Samuel Bliss^, b. April 27, 1777; m. AznbahBlasliflelcl. 

li. Betsey, b. Jan. 9, 1780; m. May 19, 1799, John Bement. She 
cl. in Genoa, X. Y. Had I, John' Bement ; 2, Joseph Bement ; 
3, Jeremy Bement; 4, Julius Bement; 5. Henry Bement ; 6, 
Fred Bement; 7, Daniel Bement; 8, Theodosia Bement ; 
9, Charlotte Bement; 10, Lncy Bement. 
lii. Jeremy, b. JIarcli 4, 1781 ; m. and d. in Michigan, leaving one 
daughter. 



62. 

Heli^ Hitchcock (Joseph*', NathanieP, John^ , Luke^) son of 
Joseph and Mary (Burt) Hitchcock, was born in Brimfield, Mass., 
March 8, 1756. He married (about 1785) Tryphena Goodell. daugh- 
ter of Jabez Goodell who was born Nov. 24, 1766 and died March 
27, 1838. As a soldier he served under Capt. Walker, 1775, and 
Capt. Thompson 1776. He was a minute man under Capt. Thomp- 
son from Brimfield for sixteen days dating from April 19, 1777. He 
afterwards enlisted and served in the regular army under Capt. Too- 
good 1777 and Capt. Haywood 1780. He was at the surrender of 
Burgoyne, also at the battle of Trenton, X. J. and was in command 
at Fishkill, X. Y. He moved to \Vestminster, Vt. in 1785. His 
children were all born there and he died there May 26, 1818. 

his children were : 

Dan", b. June 3, 1786; m. Eliza Wilson of Maine. 
Calvin, b. Oct. 25, 1787; m. Eliza Eussell Stevens. 
Tryphena, b. May 28. 1789; m. Joseph Ranney, and d. Sept. 
19,1823. Children: 1, Timothy E''. Eanney, ■wasmission- 
ary to Cherokces ; 2, J. Addison Eanney, m. Phebe Hitch- 
cock. Home missionary in 111. 
iv. Cynthia, b. July 13, 1791; m. Dea. Goodell. 
V. Polly, b. Marcli 10, 1793 ; m. Dr. Davison, one of the pioneers 
of .Monson, Me. She d. in 1865. Child: 1, Roderick'' 
Davison, now living in Willimantic, Conn. 
157. vi. Heli, b. is'ov. 29, 1798 ; m. Sarah Parr. 



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256 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

63. 

Medad^ Hitchcock {Joseph'^, NathanieF, Jolm'^, Luke^) son of 
Joseph and Mary (Burt) Hitchcock, was born in Brimfield, Mass., 
Nov. 24, 1757. He married Oct. 2], 1779, Martha Stebbins. He 
lived in Brimfleld where he was selectman eight years. He was a 
soldier at Lexington Alarm under Capt. Thompson and in 1777 with 
Gates Northern Army under Capt. Winchester. He moved from 
Brimfield to Westfield, Vt., about 1804. He died in 1820. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Thomas^, b. July 3, 1780 ; m. Feb. 9, 1804, Lucina Winslow, 
daii. Shubael Winslow. He was town clerk of Westfield, 
Vt. for 25 or 30 years. He d. Aug. 26, 1837, in the Brat- 
tleboro insane asylum. His wife was the first teacher in 
the first school house of Westfield. She m. 2d, Ellsha 
Hitchcock, Jr. She d. Feb. 11, 1857. Had two adopted 
children, 
ii. AZTJBAH, b. July 31, 1782. 

158. iii. Heber, b. Aug. 20, 1784 ; m. 1st, Lydia Winslow. 
iv. Martha, b. Jan. 6, 1787. 

V. Mary, b. Aug. 28, 1789 ; d. Feb. 26, 1806. 

vi. Mbdad, b. Nov. 27, 1791 ; d. Dec. 3, 1793. 

vii. Sally, b. Jan. 25, 1794. 

viii. Nema, b. April 28, 1796. 

159. ix. Medad Smith, b. Dec. 5, 1798; m. Patty Hitchcock. 

X. Salome, b. Jan. 7, 1803; m. Orlando Winslow. 

64. 

Aaeon^ Hitchcock {Joseph''', NatJianieP, JoJin^, Luke''-) son of 
Joseph and Mary (Burt) Hitchcoclt, was born, prob. in Brimfield, 
Mass. June 22, 1759. He married Jan. or June 26, 1786, Mary 
Stebbins, daughter of Abner Stebbins of Brimfield, born Feb. 6, 
1763. He was Sergeant under Capt. King at Saratoga in 1780 and 
again Sergeant for Continental war under Capt. Heywood. He 
moved to Westminster, Vt. and died March 12, 1827. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

160. i. JAIRUS^ b. Jan. 22, 1787; m. Abigail Frink. 
ii. Vashti, b. Nov. 15, 1788. 

161. iii. Aaron, b. Aug. 27, 1791; m. Azubah Chaffee. 

iv. Anna, b. Jan. 23, 1796 ; m. Buel Carpenter ; had five children. 
V. Loving, b. May 1, 1803. 



FAMILT OF JOHN. 



257 



63. 



Zadoc^ Hitchcock {Joseph'*', Nathaniel^, Jolin^, LuTce'^) son of 
Joseph and Mary (Burt) Hitchcock, Tvas born in Brimfieid, Mass., 
Aug. 26, 1767. He mamed Sept. 30, 1794, Beulah Stearns, born in 
1774 in Rockingham, Vt. He was a soldier in Shay's Rebellion under 
Capt. Joseph Hoar. He was one of the early settlers in Westminster, 
Vt. , and a farmer. He also canned the mail for many years between 
Westminster and Saxton's River. His wife Beulah died in West- 
minster, Vt., Jan. 8, 1840, and he died there April 1, 1852. The 
children were all born in Westminster. 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

i. Eandilla'^, b. June 27, 1795; m. May, 1821, Christopher Patch 

of Mt. HoUy, Vt. She d. April 30, 1866, in Westminster, 

Vt. No children. 
Derexa, b. March 30, 1797 ; d. Oct. 16, 1810, at Westminster. 
Saixt, b. April 25, 1799; m. Sept., 1819, Abraham Chandler of 

Westminster ; had three children. 
Abigail, b. July 1, 1801 ; no children. 
Persia, b. Aug. 2, 1803 ; m. May 2, 1820, Alanson Wilcox, both 

of W. She d. March 14, 1828, in Coventry, Vt. ; had four 

children. 
"William Stearns, b. July 9, 1805; m. 2d, Thankful Moultrop 

of W. He went west and is lost track of. Supposed to 

be living. Had three sons. 
MartBtjrt, b. May 23, 1808; m. May 15, 1844, Roswell Powers 

of Athens, Vt. ; four children. 
Ajiesta, b. Feb. 18, 1811 ; m. in Oct., 1841, John Carpenter 

of Belvidere, Vt. ; d. Dec. 23, 1855. 
Bble^-ta, b. Feb. 18, 1811 ; d. Westfield, Mass., Feb. 7, 1879. 

Xo children. 
Cemexta, b. Feb. 18, 1811 ; d. Westminster, Jan. 81, 1877. No 

children. 
Jebdcal, b. March 27, 1814 ; m . Maria Russell of Mt. HoUy, Vt. ; 

d. March 19, 1857 in Paris, Wis. Two sons. 
Josiah, b. April 30, 1816; d. num. in Wis. April 5, 1839. 
Eunice Howard, b. Aug. 27, 1818; m. April 30, 1846, Artemas 

Aldrich, Kockingham, Vt. Two sons. 
Joseph, b. April 11, 1821; d. Oct. 16, 1825. 



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66. 

JOHN^ Hitchcock (John^, NathanieP, John^, Luke^) son of John 
andBethiah (Burt) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 23 (or 28), 1746—7. 
He married, possibly 1st, Martha Hitchcock, and 2d, March 7, 1771, 
18 



258 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Lucy Colton, born July 20, 1750, who died at Pittsford, Vt., Jan. 
30, 1817. He died in, then Welchfleld, now Troy, Ohio, Oct. 29, 
1822 at the home of his son John Colton Hitchcock. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

i. LU0Y«, b. Dec. U, 1771 ; d. 83. 5. 

162. il. MosKS, b. May 31, 1773; m. Hannah Baird. 
iii. Bhoda, b. Feb. 26, 177,5. 

Iv. Lucy, b. Aug. 8, 1777; m. 1806, Amos Crippen, son of Samuel, 
b. May 2, 1778 and d. Aug., 1864. They lived in Pittsford, 
Vt. and had eight children. 
V. Pbksis, b. May 14, 1782; m. Hawkins. 

163. vi. John Colton, b. Nov. 16, 1791 ; m. Irene Clark. 

67. 

Eli^ Hitchcock (Jb/m*, Nathaniel, John^, Lulce^) son of John 
and Bethiah (Burt) Hitchcock, was born May 10, 1754. He married 
Abigail Olds of Brookfield, Mass. born June 21, 1754. They were 
living in Western, now Warren, Mass., in 1781. He was on muster 
roll of Capt. Sylvanus Walker's Co., June 15, 1775. Abigail died 
May 18, 1807. He died April 6, 1833. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Amasa", b. March 2, 1779. 

ii. Abnbr, b. April £0, 1780. 

ill. Rachel, b. July 30, 1782. 

164. iv. Jbduthan, b. Aug. 14, 1784 ; m. 1st, Urania Oi'vis. 

V. Harvey, b. July 19, 1786; d. Feb. 22, 1866. 

165. vi. Samuel, b. June 26, 1788 ; m. Vesta Doud. 
vil. Eli, b. May 2, 1792; d. May 22, 1792. 

viii. Abigail, b. Aug. 4, 1793. 
ix. Abigail, b. Oct. 27, 1796 ; d. Oct. 4, 1870, at, Norwich, Vt. 
Plttsfleld records give Eli, b. Aug. 4, 1793, instead of 
Abigail. 

68. 

Enoch^ Hitchcock (i/b/m*, Nathaniel^, John^, Luke'-) son of John 
and Bethiah (Bart) Hitchcock, was born Oct. 22, 1765, in Brookfield 
or Warren, Mass. He married 1st, Jane Dunn, whose ancestors were 
Irish, born March 1, 1768. She died Aug. 3 1 , 1808. He married 
2d, Matilda Hopkins. He went to Westmoreland, Oneida Co., N. 
Y. and then to Gasport, Niagara Co., N. Y., about 1810. He died 
at Gasport, July 28, 1820. 



FABnLT OF JOHN. 259 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. FAXXY^ b. Sat., Feb. 26, 1791 ; d. Aug. 11, 1793. 
ii. Sophia, b. Sunday, Feb. 26? 1792; m. 1st, John Dunn, and had 
1, Darid' Dunn, b. March 5, 1814. She m. 2d, Aaron Bar- 
rett and had 2, Ahnira Barrett; 3, Diana Barrett. She 
d. Sept. 8, 1866, and Aaron Barrett d. Ang. 22, 1872. 

166. iii. John, b. Sat., May 14, 1793; m. Eliza Rouse. 

167. It. James, b. Friday, Oct. 17, 1794; m. Hannah "Welch. 

V. Faxxy, b. Tues. Sept. 22, 1796; m. in 1811, Elephy Blodgett, 
b. in Paris, N. Y., 1790, and d. June 12, 1859. She d. April 
16, 1867, leaving, 1, Jane' Blodgett; 2 Catherine Blodgett. 

168. vi. Samuei, Exoch, b. Sunday, June 17, 1798 ; m. 1st, Widow 

Smedley. 

vii. Almira, b. Sat., April 26, 1800; m. Brown. 

viii. SuSAX, b. Jan. 26, 1802 ; m. Root and had 1, Julia'' Soot. 

Ix. Eliza, b. Feb. 16, 1804, Thursday; m. 1st, .Tohn Maker; 2d, J. 

Clarke. Had 1, Antoinette^ JIaker; 2, Loraine JIaker; 

3, Elizabeth Maker. 
X. Mary, b. Wed., Sept. 25, 1805; m. Calkins and had nine 

children, 
xi. Matilda, b. Aug. 17, 1811 ; m. Feb. 5, 1834, Isaac Kittredge. 

Had 1, George F'. Kittredge, b. Sept. 22, 1835; 2, Elizabeth 

J/. Kittredge, b. Nov. 6, 1838 ; 3, Albert Kittredge, b. Sept. 

15, 1854. 



69. 

Paulo Hitchcock (Paul* , Dacid^ , John-, Luke^) son of Paul and 
Lydia (King) Hitchcock, was born about 1840 or '41. He married 
Abigail and settled in Monson, Mass., where his children were born. 
He went later to Wilbraham, Mass. His name was on the master 
roll of Capt. Daniel Burt's Co., sent for the reduction of Canada, 
1758. 

his children were : 
PAUL^ b. May 27, 1765 ; d. Jnly 11, 1768. 
Ephradi, b. April 13, 1767; m. Catherine Wood. 
Paul, b. Nov. 24, 1772 ; m. Hannah Pease. 
Prusha, b. April 22, 1775, at Monson, Mass. ; m. Samuel Reed 
and went in winter 1798 with her brother Paul to Hatley, 
P. Q. 
Grace, b. Jan. 27, 1778, in Monson; m. Abial Abbott, son of 
Dea. Abial Abbott of Hatley, b. Aug. 15, 1778 ; d. March, 
1841. She d. in 1866. 





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260 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

70. 

David^ Hitchcock (Paul*, David^, John^ , Luke^) son of Paul and 
Lydia (King) Hitchcock, was born May 1, 1742, inBrimfield, Mass. 
He married Miriam Merrick and settled in Monson, Mass., where 
most of his children were born. He removed later to Vermont and 
eventually to Alleghany Co., N. Y. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

Lydia Moulton", b. March, 8, 1766, in Monson. 
Timothy, b. March 18, 1768; m. 1st, Peggy Chandler. 
Hannah, b. Oct. 15, 1770, In Monson; m. Quartus Bridgman. 

Sakdius, b. May 27, 1773; m. 1st, Abel Franklin 4 2d, Josiah 
Rice. 

David, b. 1775 ; m. 1st, Tryphena Ketchum. 

Eleanor, b. 1777, in Vermont; m. James Rice. 

Arad, b. .Tuue 1, 1781 ; m. Mary Charlotte Ketchum. 

Luke, b. Jan. 1, 1786 ; m. 1st, Sally Yale. 

Possibly also Charles. 

71. 

Eliab^ Hitchcock (Jonathan^ David^ John^ Luke') son of Jona- 
than and Mary (Walbridge) Hitchcock, born March 28, 1754. He 
married Huldy . The children were all born in Monson, Mass. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Betsey*, b. April 3, 1775. 
ii. Sam, b. Oct. 26, 1777, in Stafford, Conn, 
iii. West, b. May 11, 1780. 

72. 

Jonathan^ Hitchcock {Jonathan*, David^, Jolvn?, Luke') son of 
Jonathan and Mary (Walbridge) Hitchcock, was born in Brimfield, 
Mass., Sept. 21, 1757. He married in Stafford, Conn., Jan. 13, 
1780, Molly Wood, daughter of Nathan and Anna Wood. He served 
in the Revolutionary war in Col. Danielson's regiment under Capt. 
Joseph Thompson. He moved to West Parish of Stafford, Conn., 
were he died Dec. 3, 1832. His widow died Dec. 22, 1837. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

175. i. JOHN^ b. March 23, 1780; m. Sally Morris. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 261 

ii. MoiXT, b. May 3, 1783, in Stafford, Conn. ; m. there Jan. 13, 
1805, James Orcutt. who d. there Feb. 20, 1861. She d. 
June 17, 1868 ; and they had 1, ]Villard', b. Nov. 16, 1805 ; 
2, Cordial, b. Aug. 24, 1808; d. Oct. 25, 1884; 3, Electa, 
b. Sept. 3, 1810; d. July 21, 1811; 4, Joel Hitchcock, b. 
April 28, 1814; d. Sept. 1, 1866; 5, Eliza, b. Oct. 17, 1815; 
&, Jarnes Almon,h. Oct. 25, 1818; 7, Mary Henrietta, b. 
March 16, 1821 ; 8, Marcus Lucas, b. Oct. 11, 1824. 

176. iii. Arlasdo, b. Aug. 8, 1790; m. Lucy Townsend. 

177. Iv. Joel, b. March 17, 1794; m. Boxana Morris. 



SIXTH GENERATION AND CHILDEEN. 



73. 

Eecbex" Hitchcock (John^, John^, John^, John^, LuTce^) son of 
John and Thankful (Burt) Hitchcock was born probably in Wilbra- 
ham, Mass., May 1, 1751. He married 1st, Hannah Smith, born in 
1750. She died Oct. 29, 1809, £e. 60. He maiiied 2d, Dec. 2, 1811, 
Margaret Chapin, daughter of Henry. He li^ed in Wilbraham and 
died, Aug. 22, 1841, se. 90. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

1. Maktin', b. Nov. 27, 1774; d. Oct. 14, 1821. 
ii. John, b. March 17, 1779; d. May 22, 1788. 
178. iii. Eleazek, b. Feb. 3, 1782 ; m. Lucy Pease, 
iv. Nancy, b. Feb. 21, 1785; d. Sept. 15, 1809? 

T. Hanxah, b. , 1787; •' d. Nov. 10, 1789, fe. 2." 

vi. Chloe, b. Oct. 28, 1790 ; m. pub. Dec. 15, 1814, James Chapin 
of Ludlow, b. Oct., 1787, son of Henry M. andElizabeth; 
d. Sept. 12, 1859. 
vii. Maky, b. at South Hadley; m. Benjamin Harrington and d. 
his widow, Jan. 14, 1847. 

74. 

Aakon^ Hitchcock (John^, John*, John^, John^, Litke^) son of 
John and Thankful (Burt) Hitchcock, was born, probably in Wil- 
braham, Mass., Sept. 1, 1756. He married, March 25, 1780, Desire 



262 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Maxwell, and lived in South Wilbraham. She died Aug. 22, 1830, 
86. 70. He was insane in his later years and died Nov. 29, 1836, 
se. 80. 

HIS CHILDKEN WEKK : 

179. i. Itiiamak', b. May 10, 1781 ; m. 1st, Polly Allen. 

ii. Phbbe, b. Ang. 1, 1783; m. Nov. 27, 1805, Luther Stebbins. 
ill. Aaeon, b. March 28, 1788 ;• cl. unm. Feb. 24, 1825. 
iv. Sally, b. July 11, 1790; m. pub. June 1, 1820, David Bliss. 

75. 

Simeon" Hitchcock (John^, John'^, John^, John^, Luke''-) son 6t 
John and Thankful (Burt) Hitchcock, was born, probably in WU- 

braham, Sept. 3, 1761. He married 1st, Gleason of Wai;ren. 

He married 2d, Martha, widow of E. Cottrell. He died Feb. 15, 
1840 in Hartford, N. Y. and was buried in Argyle, both in Wash- 
ington Co., N. Y. Widow Martha died Nov. 4, 1851, se. 75. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Joseph Bukt', lost sight of in the West, 
ii. Serena, b. June 18, 1792 ; m. Sylvanus Hatch and d. Feb. 19, 
1856. 

180. iii. Okein, b. Dec. 23, 1796; m. Sally Moores. 

76. 

Capt. Luther'' Hitchcock (^JosiaIi^,John^,Jo7in^,Johii^,Luke^) 
son of Lt. Josiah and Martha (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born at 
Springfield, Mass., June 13, 1754. He married April8, 1779, Beulah 
Chapin, born in Springfield, Sept, 16, 1753. He was in the Revo- 
lutionary war at Ticonderoga and New London. Their children were 
all born at Springfield. Mrs. Beulah Hitchcock died of spotted 
fever, April 17, 1814, se. 61. He possibly married 2d, Feb. 27, 
1818, Amy Cooley. He died in Springfield, Nov. 1, 1836, se. 82. 
his children were: 
i. Martha', b. April 14, 1780 ; m. 1802, John Gains ; res. Granby, 

Conn, and d. there June 29, 1829. 
ii. Cynthia, b. June 14, 1782 ; m. Charles Dewey and d. atBucks- 
ville, Cuyahoga Co., 0. Oct. 14, 1875. 

181. ill. ASHBE, b. April 2, 1784; m. Pamelia Warriner. 
iv. Pliny, b. May 13, 1786; d. Feb. 10, 1790. 



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182. T. Wai-ter, b. Dec. 6, 1787; m. Lucy White, 

vi. Amanda, b. Jan. 6, 1790; d. April 20, 1869. 
Til. Lois, b. Oct. 15, 1791. 

viii. Theodosia, b. Oct. 12, 1793; m. Oct. 28, 1834, StephenHitch- 
cock of Springfield, 
ix. Puny, b. Oct. 6, 1796; d. Sept. 25, 1798. 
X. Ambortlda, b. Ang. 12, 1798 :m. 1st, Israel Horsfleld; 2d, Jan. 
13, 1831, Eleazer Day of Soiitli Hadley ; d. March 12,1863. 



77. 

Bethtjel^ Hitchcock {Josiah^, John''', Jolin^ , Jolm^, Luke'-) son 
of Lt. Josiah and Martha (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born at 
Springfield, Mass., Dec. 9, 1762. He married, Dec, 1786, Hannah 
Ferre. He died in the war of 1812. She died in Randolph, N. Y., 
June 26, 1826. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

1. Zeruiah', b. Oct. 28, 1787; m. Timothy Torrance and had 
twelve children: 1, MichaeP Torrance, d. unm.; 2, Sey- 
mour Torrance ; 3, Lodensa Torrance ; i, Pamelia Tor- 
rance; 5, Garwood Torrance; 6, Samuel Torrance; 7, Be- 
thuel Torrance; 8, Chauncey Torrance; 9, Lovisa Tor- 
rance; 10, Lorinda Torrance; 11, Olive Torrance; 12, 
Fanny Torrance. 
li. Pamelia, m. Wm. Booth; no children. 

183. ili. Theodore, m. Mabel Hubbell. 
It. Quartus. 

184. V. OtiSi m. Sarah Delano, 
vi. Fanst, m. Moses Swift; children : 1, Calvin^ Swift; 2, Almira 

Svnft; 3, Henry Su-ift ; 4, Harriet Sicift ; 3, George Swift; 
6, Ann Swift; 7, Barlow Sioife ; 8, Kelson Sicift. 
■ii. Harriet, m. Jacob Briminstool; children; 1, Caroline^ Brim- 
instool ; 2, Orrin Briminstool; 3, James Briminstool; 4, 
Fanny Briminstool ; 5, Polly Briminstool ; 6, Electa Brim- 
l instool. 

viii. Electa, m. Wm. Gorton; cliildren : 1, Quartu^ Gorton; 2, 
Tyler Gorton; 3, John Gorton; 4, Gorum Gorton. 

185. ix. Alvix, m. Anna Sample. 

186. X. Lyman, m. Sally Cabbot. 

187. xi. Bethuel, m. Rebecca Farman. 



78. 

Joslah^ Hitchcock (Josiah^, JoJiw^, JoJin^, John^, Luke''-) son of 
Lt. Josiah and Martha (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born in Spring- 
field, Mass., June 3, 1767. He married, March or April 27, 1789, 



264 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BKANCH I. 

(Springfield records say April) Huldah Hitchcock, daughter of 
Stephen. He died Feb. 7, 1815. She died June 10, 1852, s. 84. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Fbstus', b. Jan. 25, 1790; m. Nov. 30, 18U (Granby Town 
records say Sept. 17) Pamelia Day of Granby, where he 
lived and died May 15, 1877. She d. June 1, 1885, £e. 88. 
They liad : 1, Eliza', b. Nov. 7, 1815 ; m. in 1833 Sanford 
Pease of Somers, Conn, and d. July 14, 1835 ; 2, Cather- 
ine, b. Feb. 12, 1819, m. Dec. 22, 1843, C. H. Lombard of 
Springfield, Mass. 

188. ii. Erastus, b. Oct. 28, 1793; m. Mary Parsons. 

iii. Daniel, b, Jan. 28, 1796; m. March 18, 1824, Lydia Day, sister 
of Pamelia and dau. of A.ia Day of Granby. She was b. 
Feb. 7, 1796 and d. June 28,1870. He d. July 1, 1877. 
They had one dau. Harriet B*., b. Sept. 12, 1827, lives 
unm. in Springfield, Mass. At the age of nineteen, Daniel 
with his wife Lydia took possession of his father's farm 
and his motber and grand-mother lived and died at his 
house. Harriet has lived on the farm which belonged to 
her grandfather and bas never been out of the possession 
of a Hitchcock, until she gave it May, 1894 to the Library 
Association of Springfield. It is to be sold at auction and 
the proceeds appropriated to the ormentation of the new 
Art Building. In the Hist, of the Conn. Valley is a picture 
of this place. 

Iv. Pamelia, b. Dec. 2, 1799 ; m. Sept. 2, 1818, William Ball, b. 
Aug. 8, 1797 and d. Nov. 15, 1876. She d. Nov. 17, 1878 
and left : 

1. Charles Sail, b. Dec. 9, 1820. 

2. Pamelia Ball, b. Jan. 23, 1824. 

3. Mary Shaw Ball, b. Feb. 2, 1826. 

4. Edward Ball, b. July 9, 1828. 
6. Elvira Ball, b. Oct. 24, 1831. 

6. Hannah 0. Ball, b. Sept. 1, 1833. 

7. Laura Diakerman Ball, b. Sept. 16, 1836. 

8. Ellen Sail, b. Sept. 1, 1839. 

9. George W. Ball, b. Nov. 23, 1843. 
V. Gad, b. Oct. 10, 1802; d. unm. March 5, 1853. 

vi. John, b. Dec. 3, 1805; d. Sept. 29, 1826; unm. 
vii. Catherlnb, b. Dec. 3, 1805; d. Dec. 24, 1805. 

189. viii. William, b. July 22, 1809 ; m. Betsey Sherman. 

79. 

Hebee^ Hitchcock (Josiah^, John''', John^, John^, Luke^) son of 
Lt. Josiah and Martha (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born about 1769. 




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FAMILY OF JOHN. 265 

He married Dec. 23, 1794, Lois Stebbins. He died in the almshouse 
at Springfield, Mass., Sept. 12, 1841, se. 72. 

HIS CHILDREN WBRE : 

i. Alfred', b. Jan. 6, 1796; m. Sophia Dickeson; went to Ran- 
dolph, N . Y. stayed about a year, went West and was lost 
sight of. 
ii. Maria, b. Aug. 24, 1798; m. Lester Van Hoen. 
190. iii. Edwix Milton, b. July 24, 1800 ; m. Flavia Russell. 
IT. Mary, b. Sept. 26, 1803; m. Lewis Davis. 
V. Lori-SA, b. Oct. 25, 1805; d. unm. Feb 3, 1892. 
Ti. LuCENDA, m. Daniel Augur, 
vii. Harriet, m. Alex. Davis; lived and her mother with her in 

Randolph, X. Y. 
viii. Julia, m. George Davis, 
ix. LcCT, m. William Lazelle; lived near Ionia, Mich. 
X. LiNEAS, m. Sally. 

80. 

Leyi^ Hitchcock (Levi^, John*, John^, JoJin^, Luke''-) son of Levi 
and Lucy (Adams) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 28, 1776 and married 
June 27, 1795, Olive Wrightof Springfield. He died Dec. 31, 1819. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

191. 1. Warhaji', b. March 1, 1796; m. Olive Clough. 

ii. Alvah, b. Feb. 25, 1798; m. July 9, 1817, Maria Coomes. 

iii. LE■^^, b. Jan. 28, 1800. 

Iv. Lucy, b. Feb. 24, 1802. 

V. Mary, b. Dec. 9, 1803. 

81. 

Justin* Hitchcock {Silas^ , Nathaniel* , Jolin^ , John^ , LuTce'^) son 
of Silas and Mary (Taylor) Hitchcock, was born in Wilbraham, 
Mass., Oct. 23, 1769. He was married twice and died in Canada in 
1843. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

192. i. Elias', b. in Canada, in 1803 or 5 ; m. Sarah McLean. 

ii. Delilah, m. Noah Shaw in 1874; living in Canton, St. Law- 
rence Co., N. Y. 

ill. Mary, m. Blount in 1848. 

iv. Catherine, m. Wm. Rose of St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. ; d. in 

Madrid, N. Y. 
V. John, left Canada in 1846 ; lost sight of. 

vi. William, m. and d. in St. Paul, Minn. 



266 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

82. 

Ethan*^ Hitchcock (Samuel^ , Samuel* , John^ , John^ , LuJce^) son 
of Capt. Samuel and Thankful (Hawks) Hitchcock, was born in 
Hawley, Mass., Oct. 18,1773. He married 1st, Lydia Farnsworth 
who died in Hawley, March 28, 1821. He married 2d, Sept. 5, 1822, 
Mrs. Catherine Lilly. She died Dec. 13, 1842. He was the first 
male child born in Hawley. He died May 26, 1866. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Clarissa', b. Jan. 23, 1796; d. Feb. 9, 1814. 

193. il. QUARTUS, b. Dec. 21, 1797; m. Ardelia Bond, 
iii. Eri, b. Nov. 27, 1800. 

Iv. A Son, b. Jan. 21, 1803. 

V. Ethan, b. Jan. 18, 1804; d. Feb., 1804. 

vi. A Son, b. Jan.' 10, 1805. 

vii. Asenath, b. Aug. 19, 1806; m. Jan., 1831, JedediahLathropof 

Hawley. 

viii. Rosamond, b. April 9, 1809; d. Dec. 1, 1818. 

194. ix. Ethan, b. Dec. 10, 1812; m. A. A. "Whitman. 

83. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock {Samuel^, Samuel*. John^, John^, Luke^) 
son of Capt. Samuel and Thankful (Hawks) Hitchcock, was born in 
Hawley, Mass., April 6 or 16, 1775. He married 1st, at Sunder- 
land, Mass., Jan. 11, 1798, Thirza Cooley, b. Sunderland, March 7, 
1773. She died at Hawley, Feb. 15, 1827. Hemarried 2d, atMan- 
lius, N. Y., March 10, 1828, Sophia Danforth. He lived at Hawley 
until 1811; then removed to Sangerfield, Oneida Co., N. Y., and 
remained there three years, then to Nelson, Madison Co., and in 1819 
to Cazenovia, N. Y. He was a farmer until he moved to Nelson, 
but there and at Cazenovia kept a tavern. He died July 30, 1855. 
The following is an obituary notice at Cazenovia. " Died in this 
village on the 30th inst., se. 80, Mr. Samuel Hitchcock, one of our 
oldest and most respected inhabitants. Although for years he was 
not engaged in active business, his venerable form was daily seen in 
our streets, and always in the house of God when open for worship. 
His delight in serving the Lord was most evident. His piety was 
cheerful and active. He lived — although in comfortable health — in 
the constant expectation of being called away, and was therefore, 
when struck down by apoplexy, ready, and after sixteen hours of 



FASHLY OF JOHN. 267 

illness, he entered into his rest. With heartfelt emotions we say of 
him, ' Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.' " 

HIS CHILD RES WEKE : 

i. SYI.■\^A Russell', b. Hawley, Jan. 13, 1799 ; m. 1st, Justus- 
Warner, of Plainfleld, Mass., who d. In 1837. She mar- 
ried 2d, Josiah Ballard of Charlemont, Mass. and died in 
Cincinnati, 0., June 3, 18G6, at the house of her son 
George. She had 1, Charles BuOlof Warner, b. Sept. 12, 
1829; Hamilton College, 1851; mem.surveyingparty Mo.; 
lawyer in Chicago until 1860 ; editor Hartford Post and 
Courant, twice traveled iu Europe and the orient as cor- 
respondent of several newspapers ; contributor to Atlan- 
tic and other magazines; author of " My Summer in a 
Garden," " Bacls; Log Studies" and other works; now, 
"Editor's Study," Harper's Magazine; 2, George H. 
Warner. 
195. ii. Simeon CoOLEY, b. Hawley, July 1, 1801; m. Euphasia Jack- 

son of Cazenovia, N. Y., March 28, 1827. 
iii. Wealthy Field, b. in Hawley, Nov. 25, 1805; m. Oct., 1823, 
Chauncey Parsons of Geneseo, X. Y. They celebrated 
their golden wedding in 1873. She d. in Rochester, N. 
Y., May 9, 1874, leaving no children, 
iv. Maktha LONGLEY, b. Sangerfield, N. Y., May :)0, 1815. Lives- 
unro. in Binghamton, N. Y., with Mrs. Simeon C. Hitch- 
cock. 

84. 

Pliny^ Hitchcock {Samuel^, Samuel*, John^, Jolm^, Luke''-) son- 
of Capt. Samuel and Thankful (Hawks) Hitchcock, was born in 
Hawley, Mass., Nov. 5 or 20, 1779. He married 1st, Sarah Hiscock,. 
published Oct. 30, 1802, in Westfleld, Mass. He married 2d, in 
1816, at Decatur, N. Y., Millicent Howe. He married .3d, in 1837, 
Mrs. Lucretia Clapp. He went from Hawley to Otsego Co., N. Y.^ 
in 1813, to Barre, N. Y., in 1819, to Batavia in 1835, and from there 
to Parma, Monroe Co., N. Y. in 1844. He was converted in West- 
fleld, Mass. at about the age of 21 and joined the M. E. church in 
which church he remained until his death. " He was a good man 
' full of the Holy Ghost and of faith.' His character was remark- 
ably uniform. No change in outward circumstances served to vary 
the even tenor of his life. Filled with zeal and love, he was never 
in his element except when ' abounding in the work of the Lord.' 
The infirmities of seventy years kept him from no duty and no means- 



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•of grace. He was a burning and shining light and the church of 
which he was a member deeply feel their great loss." The above is 

-quoted from an obituary notice printed at Parma, N. Y., Jan. 14, 
1850. He was a blacksmith and died Nov. 29, 1849. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

Samantha', 1). May 5, 1805 ; m. Samuel Gnrley Oakes. 

Urban, b. Jan. 12, 1807; m. Martha Baldwin. 

Samuel, b. Jan., 1809; m. Lyclia L. Bates. 

William, b. Jan., 1811; m. Roxa'na Hodges. 

Lotan, b. Jan., 1813 ; m. Hannah E. Gordon. 

Hbnky H., b. July 25, 1816; m. 1st, Mary Proudflt Kedzie. 

Sarah Morms, b. 1819, Decatur, N. Y. ; d. in Batavia, N. T. 

in 1836. 
Leonard, b. March 27, 1820; in. E. J. Showds. 
Ursula J., b. Sept. 15, 1823; m. Horace H. Warner and had 

onedau., Maggi^ Warner, b. Aug. 22, 1848. 
George W., b. Oct. 26, 1825; d. 1855, at Orange, Xnd. 
Adam C, b. 1829. 

85. 

Eev.Urban^ Hitchcock (Samuel^ , Samuel^ , John^,John^, Luke^) 
•eon of Capt. Samuel and Thaniiful (Hawks) Hitchcock, was born in 
Hawley, Mass., Dec. 1, 1781. He married 1st, Mary Swift from 
Vermont, who died having no children. He married 2d, Theodocia 
Fales and 3d, in 1852, Sarah Hastings. He was a Congregational 
minister and settled in Dover, Vt. He died June 20, 1860. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Theodocia', d. In infancy, 
ii. Maky, d. in Infancy, 
iii. Urban, d. at ageof 22. 
iv. Mary, d. at age of 12. 

V. Harriet, b. Oct. 11, 1829; m. June 9, 1852, Jonathan D. Arms 
of Monmouth, 111. and d. at Tarkio, Mo., June 5, 1885. 
vi. Roswell, d. at age of 12. 
vii. Maria, d. at age of 16. 
viii. Julia, d. at age of 11. 
ix. Francis Whitney, was on Gen. Hunter's staff in the war of 
the Rebellion and soon after its close died at Philadelphia, 
from effects of wounds in the war, at age of 28. 
X. Dbxtbk, b. Nov. 9, 1833; m. Jan. 22, 1856, in New Orleans, 
Sarah K. Whiting, who d. at Galveston, Texas, July U, 
1881. He res. Galveston. No children. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 269' 



EoswELL^ Hitchcock {Samuel^, Samuel*, Jolin^, Jolin^,. JLuke^) 
son of Capt. Samuel and Thankful (Hawks) Hitchcock,, was born at 
Hawley, Mass., Feb. 19, 1786. He married Jan. 26, 1812, Betsey 
Longfellow, b. Oct. 17, 1788, and d. Sept. 27, 1851. He died June- 
29, 1866. 

HIS CHLLDRBN WEKE : 

203. i. Urban Lonfellow', b. Xor. 2, 1812; m. 1st, Hovey. 

ii. Betsey LuCRETiA, b. March 7, 1815 ; d. March 27, 1815. 

204. iii. EoswELL DwiGHT, b. Ang. 15, 1817; m. Elizabeth Brayton.. 
iv. Betsey Angeltse. b. Sept. 26, 1820; d. Dec. 16, 1834. 

>-. MiRAXDA Asexath, b. Aug. 1, 1823; d. Xov. 13, 1841.. 



Eeastts^ Hitchcock (Samuel^, Samuel'^, John^,. Jolin- , Luke^) 
son of Capt. Samuel and Thankful (Hawks) Hitchcock,. was born at 
Hawley, Mass., Oct. 18, 1789, and married, Sept. 4, 1811,.atDoveiv 
Vt., Naomi Jones, b. Dover, July 26, 1793 ; d. at Tabor,. Iowa, Feb. 
23, 1873. He died at Hawley, March 30, 1831. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

205. i. Whitxey J'., b. Dec. 24, 1813; m. Augusta A. Hall. 

11. DwiGHT W., b. In Hawley, Feb. 29, 1816; d. there Nov. 2, 

1816. 
iii. Eliza H., b. Nov. 3, 1817; m. Dea. Herschel Reed one of Ober- 

lin's first students. He d. April 21, ISsl. Children: 1,. 

Albert Preston? Meed ; 2, Amelia Saomi Seed. 
iv. Erastus Prestos, b. in Dover, Jan. 28, 1820; m.May 25, 1841, 

Ann B. Murphy. He had: 1, Clarence Preston', b. in 

Halifax, Vt., March 31, 1844; d. there Sept. 2, 1850. 

206. V. Saiiuel Jones, b. Jnne 28, 1822 ; m. Clara F. Alvord. 
vi. Angeline, b. 1822; d. March 9, 1840, se. 18. 

vii. Emily N., b. July 8, 1824; m. Sept. 15, 1846, Elijah Kellogg;, 
three children. 

207. viii. Albert A., b. June 8, 1827; m. Mary P. Kellogg. 

ix. Amelia 0., b. Jnne 11, 1829; m. Nov. 29,1848, Dr. J. Otis 
Howe, who d. Dec. 30, 1852. Children: 1, Leslie V. 
Howe, b. Jan. 9, 1850; 2, Clarence Preston Howe, b. March 
31, 1852. 



Eli^ Hitchcock (^Samuel^, Samuel'^, John^, John^ , Luke^) son of 
Capt. Samuel and Thankful (Hawks) Hitehcock,. was born in Haw- 



270 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

ley, Mass., Feb. 2, 1789. He married Annjeannette Blood, b. April 
4, 1791. She died in Boston, Feb. 2, 1854 and he died of cholera 
in New York, July 29, 1854. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Horatio Waldo', b. in Hawley, Jan. 21, 1817; d. unm# at 
Poland Springs, Me., July 29, 1876. 

ii. Catherine Kelton, b. Hawley, Jnly 18, 1818; m. in 1847, 
James Mallery of Hudson, N. Y. Child: Kate Lyman' 
Mallenj, b. Jan. 27, 1852; unm. 
iii. Annjeannette Baker, b. in Hawley, Sept. 11, 1820; m. Sabine 
Travers of Nashua, N. H. and had : 1, Ella Valora' Trav- 
ers, b. in N. Y. Jan. 1, 1858; ta. Jan. 1, 1881, John Carver 
of East Boston. 

iv. Eli Newell, b. July 21, 1823; m. Kate Rouse of Hudson, N. 
Y. and d. at Louisville, Ky., July 10, 1850. 

V. Lyman Augustus, b. March 18, 1827 ; m. Martha Irish, Boston, 
Mass.; d. East Marshfield, Mass., Jan. 21, 1878; had 1, 
Lutetia Augusta", b. July 16, 1855 ; 2, Wm. Lyman, b. 
Dec, 1864; d. at Montgomery, Ala., in 1867 ; 3, Annjean- 
nette Maud, b. Aug. 4, 1870. 



89. 

Simeon Olcott^ Hitchcock {Arthw^, Samuel''', John^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Arthur and Lucy (Cooley) Hitchcock, was born in 
Hawley, Mass., Jan. 28, 1792. He married Aug. 10, 1820, Almira 
Streeter, born Jan. 30, 1806, in Plaiufield, Mass. He was a farmer 
^nd blacksmith and died in Hawley, May 26, 1868. 

HIS children were : 

i. Alanson S'. , b. in Hawley, June 12, 1821; d. unm. Oct. 22, 

1841. 
ii. Simeon Olcott, b. in Hawley, May 23, 1823; m. Hannah Smith 

of Belchertown. 
iii. Maria T, b. Jan. 4, 1825 ; m. Daniel Warren of Northampton; 
d. in Wis., March 8, 1881; had seven children — all dead, 
iv. Almira E., b. Feb. 2, 1827; m. May 6, 1846, Isaac Chapin of 
Wilbraham, who d. June 2, 1859. She d. at Springfield, 
June 25, 1875. 
V. Mary Ann, b. Sept. 13, 1828; m. in Hawley, George Burnett 
of Florida, Mass., farmer and 2d Advent preacher. 
■208. vi. Arthur, b. June 29, 1833; m. Almira King. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 271 

90. 

Lewis^. Hitchcock (Oliver^, Samuel'^, John'', John-, LuJce^) son 
of Oliver and Elizabeth (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born at Chester, 
Hampden Co., Mass., Oct. 9, 1786, and married Xov. 26, 1809, 
Nancy Springer, born at Tiverton, R. I., Sept. 4, 1790. He was a 
successful farmer at Pittstown, N. Y.. where all his children were 
born, and he died there March 20, 1852. His widow died June 18, 
1858. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

209. 1. DAisiEL Lewis", b. Jlay 27, 1811 ; m. Ida M. Cass. 

ii. Mary Ann Elizabeth, b. Feb. 17, 18U; m. Case and d. 

Feb. 12, 1864. 
lii. Electa, b. Oct. 31, 1815; d. Aug. 28. 1880. 
iv. Lo^^^-IA, b. Xov. 12, 1817 ; d. June 28, 1833. 
V. George W., b. May 16, 1820; m. Hoosick, N. T., Feb. 2G, 

18+5, Eliza G. Carpenter; two children, 
vi. John EouNDS, b. Xov. 24, 1825; m. 1st, Sept. 7, 1848. Hannah 

J. Case; m. 2d, in 1865. He is living in Cambridge, 

Washington Co., X. Y. 

210. vli. WiLLiAJi Edward, b. Jan. 27, 1830; m. in Cambridge, X. Y., 

Lucinda A. English. 

viii. N.AXCY Jane, b. Jan. 30, 1832; m. Sparry of Staten 

Island, X. Y. 
ix. Henry, b. Sept. 20, 1835; d. Xov. 8, 183.5. 

91. 

Olivee^ Hitchcock (Oliver^, Smnuel*, John^, John^, Luke^) son 
of Oliver and Elizabeth (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 6, 
1790. He married Feb. 2, 1813, Elvacinda Hunt, daughter of Wil- 
liam of Cambridge, Washington Co., X. Y. She was born March 
8, 1790 and died at Ripley, Chautauqua Co., X. Y., Jan. 10, 1850. 
He died at Ellicott, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., May 5, 1864. 

HIS children were : 

i. Eunicy', b. Xov. 7, 1814; d. June', 1820. 

211. ii. William, b. May 16, 1817; m. Maria Gosline. 

lii. Emory R., b. Nov. 6, 1820, at Chautauqua, N. Y. ; d. May 12, 
1821. 

212. iv. CORYDON, b. Sept. 16, 1823; m. Ariette Howell. 



272 DESCENDANTS OE LUKE HITCHCOCK. BKANCH I. 

92. 

Augustus^ Hitchcock (Oliver^, Samuel'^, John^, John^, LuJce^) 
son of Oliver and Elizabeth (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born at 
New Lebanon, N. Y., May 21, 1793. He married, Aug. 1, 1821, 
Amelia J. Hurlburt, born at Barrington, Feb. 8, 1797, and died April 
10, 1852. He was a cabinet maker and died at Great Barrington, 
Mass., March 27, 1875. 

his childebn were : 
i. Elizabeth', b. July 10, 1823 ; d. Aug. 29, 1849. 
ii. Chaelottb Amelia, b. Aprils, 1825. 

213. iii. Augustus Stbbbins, b. March 23, 1827; m. S. Lyon. 

iv. Caeoline Pamelia, b. Oct. 22, 1828; m. Nov. 20, 1851, 'Wil- 
liam B. Rice of Plttsfleld. Mass. Children: 1, Arthur 
Hitchcock^ Bice, b. Dec. 24, 1854; m. Oct. 28, 1885, Alice 
P. Thompson ; 2, William B. Mice, b. Feb. 16, 1858 ; d. 
Dec, 1863. 

214. V. Samuel, b. Aug. 4, 1830; m. Clara Tewksbury. 

vi. Julia Maetha, b. Jan. 9, 1833; m. June 25, 1872, J. B. Was- 

son of Albany, N. Y. 
vii. Nancy Maky, b, April 5, 1835; d. July 9, 1856. 
viii. Sylvester, b. Sept. 13, 1836 ; unm. ; draughtsman and machin- 
ist, Elgin, 111. 

93. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock {Oliver^, Samuel'^, Jolm^, John^ , Luke^) son 
of Oliver and Elizabeth (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born in New 
Lebanon, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1802. He married June 26, 1826, Eliza- 
bethFreemanof Salem, N. Y., b. May 2, 1796, daughter of Andrew. 
They lived at Salem, Washington Co., N. Y. He diedatPittstown, N. 
Y.Nov. 1, 1865. 

HIS CHILDEBN WEEB : 

i. Samuel'. 

ii. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 8, 1828; d. Dec. 11, 1847. 
iii. Mary Abigail, b. Jan. 17, 1831 ; m. Eev. J. S. Miller and d. 
Aug. 11, 1857; had 1, Elizabeth^ Miller, m. John E. Eox, 
Towanda, Pa. 

215. iv. Charles Febeman, b. Jan. 11, 1836; m. Mary E. Pease. 

216. V. Henry Martin, b. May 9, 1840; m. Mary A. Mack. 

94. 

Levi8 Hitchcock, (Heman^, Samuel*, Jchn^, John^ , Luhe^) son 
of Heman and Eleanor (Tolman) Hitchcock, was born in Conway, 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 273 

Mass., Feb. 2, 1786. He married 1st, in 1807, Phebe Thayer. He 
married 2d, Phebe Baker. He died in Williamsburgh, Mass., May 
10, 1848. 

HIS CHILDEEX WERE: 

i. LucrsTDA', b. May 10, 1808 ; m, Sept. 12, 1832, Hon. Hiram 
Nash of Williamsburgh. 
217. ii. Heman, b. June 15, 1809 ; m. Mary Fay. 

iii. Jekusha, b. July 2, 1814; m. Elam Bodman, M. D., and d. at 
Tarlton, 0., Sept. 14, 1840. 
' 218. Iv. A^TDREW J., b. Sept. 25, 1819 ; m. Mary A. Nims. 

T. Edgak Lewis, b. June 15, 1826; m. June 15, 1848, Helen 

Baker and d. at Lafayette, N. T., Oct. 24, 1863. 
vi. Therox SyI,^'ESTER, b. July 22, 1835; m. 1st, May 21, 1854, 
Mary F. Sloper; 2d, Xov. 17, 1859, Pearl King; 3d, Mrs. 
Elizabeth Saulsbury ; 4th, Miss Eliza Kear of Seneca 
Falls, N. Y. He was a dentist In N. Y. City; also anti- 
quarian, geologist, and entomologist; had 1, Aloxzo 
Elbert*, b. Waterville, Me., Aug. 17, 1855, an engraver on 
metal; d- of consumption, Springfield, Mass., Feb. 25, 
1886. 
vii. Francis Ltsian, b. June 5, 1838; m. Feb. 10, 1864, Hnldah 
Chase. Address, Schenectady, N. Y. 

95. 

Editha* Hitchcock (Meman^, Sanmel*, John^, JoJm^, Luke^) 
daughter of Heman and Eleanor (Tolman) Hitchcock, was born in 
Conway, Mass., July 27, 1788. She married there Dec. 1, 1808, 
Presbury Hillman, and died in Coleraine, March 3, 1864. The chil- 
dren of Editha (Hitchcock) Hillman were : 

1. Eleanor IT., b. at Conway, June 27, 1810; m. at Coleraine, Nor. 

25, 1833, Othniel White. Children: 1, Eleanor J?. White ^ 
b. April 27, 1840; 2, George A. White, b. Oct. 10, 1841, in 
Coleraine. 

2. Charles S., b. at Conway, March 1, 1814 ; m. at Coleraine, March 

14, 1839, Jane Wilson. He had 1, Mary A^., b. at Coler- 
aine, March 31, 1842; 2, Flora A., b., at Coleraine, Feb. 
22, 1845; m. March 21, 1865, Arthur A. Smith of Green- 
field ; 3, Charles A., b. May 10, 1850 ; m. Nov. 23, 1873, Julia 
0. Thompson; 4, Daniel D., b. at Coleraine, Feb. 17,1857. 

3. Menry, b. at Conway, July 20, 1816; m. June 17, 1845, Margaret 

J.Warner; children: 1, Editha B^., b. Nov. 6, 1847; 2, 
Addie X., b. Feb. 7, 1852 ; 3, Maggie A., b. March 10, 1856. 

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274 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

4. Daniel p., b. Peb. 23, 1819 ; m. Nov. 17, 1842, Eliza A. Purrlng- 

ton; children: 1, Emma C^., b. March 12, 1845; 2, Albert 
E., b. April 29, 1851. 

5. Nancy T., b. Feb. 19, 1824; m. in Coleraine, Nov. 17, 1851, Asa 

Cooke, and d. Atig. 27, 1857. 

6. iStjlvanus, b. Aug. 16, 1827; d. Oct. 16, 1828. 

96. 

Oded^ Hitchcock {Heman^, Samuel''-, John^, John^ , Luke^) son 
of Heman and Eleanor (Tolman) Hitchcock, was born, Conway, 
Mass., Jan. 15, 1790. He married Nov. 12, 1818, Aley Cross of 
Ashfield, who died in Conway, July 13, 1863, se. 68. He died there 
Jan. 28, 1877. 

HIS CHILDKBN WERE : 

i. Samuel', b. Deo. 23, 1819; m. 1st, Oct. 19, 1848, Theodilae 
Pomeroy of Westfleld; 2d, Nov. 18, 1852, Emily Richards 
of "Williamsbnrgh, Mass. ; lives now in Poland a part of 
Conway. He is a farmer. No children. 
219. li. AxvAN Cross, b. Nov. 9, 1821; m. Fanny Gunn. 

iii. Augusta Marietta, b. Sept. 27, 1829 ; m. June 15, 1856, 
Thomas Pacliard, of Ashfleld. She d. Jnly 23, 1877; had 
two children. 
Iv. LucRETiA Elmira, b. May or Aug. 17, 1832 ; m. Dec. 20, 1852, 
Orlando T. Joy. No children. 

97. 

ZuE^ Hitchcock (Hemmi^ , Samuel^, John^ , John^ , Luke^) son of 
Heman and Eleanor (Tolman) Hitchcock, was born June 26, 1797, 
iu Conway, Mass. He married, in Charlemont, Sept. 1, 1S23, Nancy 
Eudd, who died Dec. 28, 1872. The children were all born in Buck- 
land, Mass. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Caroline', b. Oct. 28, 1825 ; m. in Bucliland, Dec. 1, 1847, S. 
J. Ward, lumber dealer. Children : 1, Clarence S^. Ward; 
2, Charles E. Ward; 3, Inez Ward; 4, Fred 0. Ward. 
ii. Oscar, b. June 31, 1828 ; m. by Rev. John Cadwell, March 17, 
1851, Mary A. Ward of West Springfield ; d. June23, 1852. 
iii. Edward, b. July 29, 1830; d. Jnly 23, 1831. 
iv. Charles, b. Dec. 9, 1831; d. July 27, 1839. 
V. Leonora, b. June 5, 1834; ro. Feb. 5, 1857, T. P. Palmer at 
Greenfield, Mass. ; d. there April 25, 1878. 



FAMILY OF JOHJf. 275 

■ri. Edward Paysox, b. May 27, 1837; m. Oct. 15, 1867, Cordelia 
T. Long, at Shelburne, Mass. He is Asst. Treas. Russell 
Cutlery Co., Turner's Falls, Mass. So children, 
vil. Helex L., b. Jan. 29, 1841; d. at Greenfield, Mass., Sept. 29, 
1863. 

98. 

HejiaxS Hitchcock {Heman^, Soraud^, John^ , Johti^ , Lulie^) son 
of Heman and Eleanor (Tolman) Hitchcock, was born in Conway, 
Mass., Sept. 25, 1799. He married May 2, 1827, Elizabeth Thayer 
of Conway. He was a farmer and removed to Hawley. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

220. i. Joseph A.'., b. July 15, 1828; m. Emily JI. Barnes. 

ii. EjitlyT., b. in Hawley, July 26, 1832; m. Aug. 27, 1855, 
George W. Morton of Halifax, Vt. and had : 1, Henry A^. 
Jlorton, b. at Deerfleld, Oct. 23, 1856; 2, Lizzie S. Jlor- 
ton, b. at Halifax, May 21, 1859; 3, Florence L. Jlorton, 
b. at Deerfleld, May 15, 1861; i, George W. Jlorton. b. 
at Ashfleld, Mass.. Jan. 27, 1874. 
iii. Juliette, b. in Hawley, June 18, 1838; m. Dec. 17, 1857, Man- 
ley Hemiuway of Hawley ; no children. 

221. iv. Oresiill C, b. March 26, 1841 ; m. E. G. Thayer. 

99. 

Wells^ Hitchcock (Gaius^. Samuel''', John^ , Jolin'^ , Luke^) son 

of Gains ;ind Sarah (Wells) Hitchcock, was born at Waitsfield, Vt., 

March 2, llHS. He married March IS, 1813, Polly Xewcome, born 

May 11, 1791. He served in the war of 1812; was a teacher of 

music for many years, and also a house builder and cabinet maker. 

his children were : 

i. Alonzo', b. March 29, 1814; m. 1st, Jan. 7, 1840, Emily Clark. 

He m. 2d, Jan. 9, 1852. Mrs. L. L. Burgess. Educated in 

district schools, he taught school three years, entered the 

ministry of the M. E. church in 1842, has done active 

worli for 30 years and retired because of falling health 

and is living in Xorthfleld, Vt. Has one daughter. 

ii. Emelia AxGELiXA, b. Feb. 22, 1816; m. 1st. Cyrus Skinner, 

and 2d, Calvin FuUerton ; no children. 
iii. Henry Alphonzo, b. Feb. 10, 1819 ; rem. to Lowell, Mass. 
iv. Lorenzo Ada:ms, b. July 13, 1821 ; m. and res. in Lowell; has 
a daughter. 



276 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

V. Alfred Wells, b. May 5, 1824; mer. tailor, at Chicago; has 

a daughter, 
vi. John Wells, b. June 15, 1827 ; was in early life a hotel keeper 
in New Orleans; was conscripted into the rebel service, 
contracted disease, resigned his office, returned home and 
soon d. leaving a widow and a daughter. 

100. 

Ebenezee^ Hitchcock (^Samiiel^ , Samuel''' , SamueP , JoTin^, Luke^) 

son of Samuel aud Hitchcock, was born in Berkshire Co., 

Mass., Nov. 23, 1767. He married Oct. 23, 1792, at Litchfield, N. 
Y., Elizabeth Everett, b. Jan. 15, 1776, in Temple, N. H. He died 
April 19, 1834, at Frankfort, Herk. Co., N. Y., by falling into a 
canal lock. His widow died at Volney, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1855. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

222. i. Ira Irvine', b. Feb. 11, 1793 ; m. Melinda Bishop. 

ii. Betsey, b. Nov. 19, 1794; d. unm. at Litchfield, March 5, 1819. 
ili. Nancy, b. Nov. 19, 1794 ; m. Litchfield, Jan. 6, 1812, Adin 

Breed and d. near Fulton, N. Y., June 10, 1830. 
iv. Electa, b. April 12, 1799 at Litchfield; m. Feb. 5, 1833, John 

Rector of Orleans, N. Y. and d. in 1879. 
V. Julia Ann, b. Feb. 6, 1804, at Litchfield; m. Feb. 6, 1831, Adin 

Breed and d. Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1865. 

223. vi. Horace Curtis, b. Jan. 26, 1822; m. Almira Wood. 

101. 

Reuben'' Hitchcock [Samuel^, Samuel^, Saviuel^ , John^, Luke^) 
was born in Great Barrington or New Marlborough, Mass., in 1768 
or 9. His certificate of " intentions of marriage " was given Sept. 
12, 1788 and he was married by the Justice of Peace, Oct. 9, 1788, 
to Electa Spaulding. She was born in Sheffield, Mass., about 1722. 
He died in Vernon, N. Y., April 4, 1824. 

his children were : 

224. i. Luke', b. Nov. 14, 1789 ; m. Deborah Eddy, 
ii. Diadema, b. Aug. 7, 1791; m. Bessy Havens. 

iii. Clarissa, b. Oct. 12, 1793; m. Samuel Cady; has son Francis. 
iv. Abby, b. July 12, 1796; m. in Utica, N. Y., July 22, 1817, 
Martin Clark; no children. 

225. V. AuRELius Godfrey, b. Sept. 9, 1800, in Vernon, N. Y.; m. 

Honor Bartholomew. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 277 

226. Tl. Ira S., b. April 25, 1804; m. Abigail M. Schuyler. 

vii. PmLEXA, b. Sept. 2, 1807; m. at Vernon, Nov. 12, 1869, O. P. 

Root, 
viii. Jase Elizabeth, b. May 13, 1813; m. Jan. 13, 1846, Benjamin 
S. Jones of Philadelphia; child: 1, Ella Sonora^ Jones, 
b. at Salem, O., Aug. 9, 1848, who traces her descent 
directly from Benjamin Franklin. 



102. 

Silas" Hitchcock (Samuel^, Samvel*, Samuel^, John^, Luke^) 
was twice married before 1841, at which time his wife was entirely 
blind. He lived as a young man in Herkimer Co., N. T. He made 
and sold medicine, was a saddler and also a preacher of the Baptist 
denomination. 

HIS CHII.DBEX WEBB : 

i. Oblo", left home and was never heard from, 
ii. S.«irEi. Bbadlet, b. abt. 1822 ; in 1884, was living In Peter- 
boro, N. Y. Had : 1, Orlo S'. ; 2, Edgar A. ; 3, A. 
Daughter. 



103. 

Caleb" Hitchcock {Caleb°, Saviuel^,SamueP,Jo]in^, Luke''-) son 
of Dr. Caleb and Eleanor (Charles) Hitchcock, was born July 14, 
1776, and married, Jan. 15, 1797, Electa Foote. He lived in Win- 
tonbury Society of Windsor, Conn, and was for many years a prom- 
inent member and Deacon of the Congregational church. His wife 
died, June 14, 1848, and he died June 26, 1859. 

HIS CHILDREX WEBB : 

1. Sajicel Foote', b. Jan. 29, 1798 ; d. July 9, 1859 ; no children, 
ii. Electa Amelia, b. Aug. 7, 1799 ; d. March 2, 1805. 
iii. Eliza Abbt, b. June 14, 1801 ; d. Sept. 11, 1802. 
iv. Eliza, b. May 3, 1803; m. 1821, Elizur Jenkins of Sharon, 

Conn. 
V. Ulysses, b. Aug. 23, 1807; m. Diana Heath; d. May 28, 1851. 
vl. Maby, b. July 3, 1810; d. July 31, 1829. 

vli. Electa, b. Sept. 27, 1813; m. Dec. 14, 1840, Albert A. AUyn. 
viii. Julia Anx, b. Peb. 1, 1818 ; d. April 16, 1818. 
ix. GA-i-LORD, b. Feb. 4, 1820 ; m. Kate Griswold ; d. Dec. 17, 1880, 
and left two children. 





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278 DESCENDANTS OP LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 



104. 

Jonathan Weight^ Hitchcock {Abner^, Samuel*,Samuel^,Jo7m^, 
Luke'-) son of Abiier and Sarah (Wright) Hitchcock, was born May 
18, 1769 in New Marlboro, Mass. He married there, Sept. 15, 1791, 
Clarissa Ward, born May 15, 1773. He lived in West Stockbridge 
and died Jan. 6, 1849. She died Aug. 6, 1852. 

HIS CHILDUBN WERE : 

Polly', b. May 3, 1792 ; d. Nov. 9, 1815. 

Florilla, b. April 28, 1796, [a West Stockbridge; m. 1st, 

Orlando Toby; 2d, David Raymond; d. Dec. 28, 1878. 
Sarah, b. Aug. 4, 1798; d. Sept. 1, 1800. 
Sarah Emily, b. June 20, 1800; m. Dea. John E. Warner; d. 

Nov., 1882. 
Melinda Himena, b. May 1, 1803 ; d. July 5, 1814. 
Charles EOLLix, b. Oct. 11, 1805; m. Julia Arnold. 
Obadiah Ward, b. Nov. 29, 1807; m. Mary Miller. 
Louisa Mame, b. Feb. 11, 1810; m. Martin Reese, and d. Feb. 

10, 1874. 
Clarissa Melinda, b. May 15, 1815; m. EnosBoiighton; now 

living in Sodus, N. Y. 



105. 

David' Hitchcock {Abner^, Samuel'^, Samuel^, John'^, Luke''-) 
son of Abner and Sarah (Wright) Hitchcock, was born July 4, 1777. 
He married, Jan. 8, 1801. Ruth Kingsley of New Marlboro, Mass., 
b. Oct. 4, 1781, at Stockbridge and died at Bloomfield, Conn., April 
6,1865. He died at Sodus, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1872. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Elijah', b. April 7, 1803 ; d. Aug. 4, 1817. 
ii. Adaline, b. Jan. 13, 1808; m. Jan. 8, 1828, Jolin Tillotson. 
229. iii. Abner, b. Jan. 11, 1812; m. Elmira Clarli. 

iv. Harriet Newell, b. Sept. 6, 1815; m. Nov., 1837, Joseph S. 

Phelps, and d. Aug. 28, 1844; leaving one son Lester D^. 

Phelps, who was a prisoner in Andersonville and Libby 

prisons for eighteen months. 

V. Elisha Kingsley, b. Aug. 28, 1817; m. May 27, 1851, Sarah 

Kingsley; res. Sodus, N. Y. ; no children, 
vi. Sarah, b. May 31, 1819; m. March 30, 1848, John F. Phelps; 
d. June 5, 1832? according to N. M. town records. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 279 



106. 



Cokxish'' Hitchcock {Copt. Luke°, Samuel'^, Samuel^, Jolin^, 
Luke^) son of Capt. Luke aud Sarah (Cornish) Hitchcock, was born 
at New Marlboro, Mass., Jan. 4, 1772. He married, Sept. 7, 1794, 
Mary Merrill of New Hartford, Conn., b. April 24, 1775. He died 
at New Marlboro, May 23, 1843. She died at Monterey, Mass., 
Nov. 3, 1856. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. Harriet', b. Oct. 12, 1795; m. Nov., 1814, Heman Fi'eeman of 

S^ew Marlboro, 
ii. JoHX, b. Feb. 27, 1797 ; d. same day. 
iii. Mehitablb, b. April 5, 1799 ; d. at X. j\I. May 15, 1831. 
iv. Luias, b. April 3, 1800; d. Nov. 22, 1808. 
V. Bexjajhx Rush, b. Feb. 2-t, 1802 In N. M. ; m Nov, 6, 1838, 
Harriet Chapel, Great Barrington ; lived in Tyringham, 
Mass. ; d. June 1, 1839 ; left 1, Elizabeth. 
230. vi. CORXISH, b. Jan. 16, 1804; m. MarietteF. Cnrtiss. 
vii. Merrill, b. April 5, 1806; d. Jan. 27, 1826. 
viii. Mart, b. Dec. 11, 1807; m. Not. 11, 1829, Linus Catlin and d. 
April 7, 18—. 
ix. Sylvia, b. June 6, 1810: m. Jan. 31, 1828, Palmer Chapel. 
5. Samuel, b. March 8, 1814; m. Matilda Spencer, Eoss Co., 0. 
xi. Lucy, b. April 22, 1817. 

107. 

Joseph^ Hitchcock {Xatlian^ , Jonathan'^ , SarmieP, JoJia^ , Luke^ ) 
son of Nathan and Rebecca (Beebe) Hitchcock, was born at New 
Milford, Conn., Jnn. 10, 1781. He married. May 18, 1805, Hoe 
Bailey, b. .July 17, 1784, and d. Nov. 3, 1863. He died at Danbury, 
Oct. 28, 1856? his son, Eev. Fordyce says 1876. 
his children were : 
i. Eliza A'., b. June 11, 1806 ; m. 1st, Dec. 3, 1826, George Hoyt. 
She m. 2d, in 1834, George Peck, who was then the only 
blacksmith in the city of Bridgeport, Conn, 
ii. Sallue Pell, b. July 2, 1807; m. Esther Stanley and died in 

Wheeling, Ohio, 
iii. William E., b. Dec. 6, 1810; m. EhzabethCrofutof Danbury, 

Conn, 
iv. Fordyce, b. Sept. 21, 1812; Eev.; m. 1831, Caroline Jennings 

of Danbury, and d. in Newark, N. J., Aug. 31, 1883. 
V. Sus.iN, b. June 9, 1811; m. Aug. 5, 1840, Wyllys Lyon of 
Bridgeport, Conn, aud d. there in 1862. 



280 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

vi. Samuel Stare, b. Feb. 3, 1816 ; m. Dec, 1839, and d. Oct. 30, 

1883, In Michigan, 
vii. Jane, b. May 12, 1817; m. April 2, 1840, George Judson of 

Newtown, Conn, 
viii. Lydia A., b. Sept. 14, 1818; m. June 4, 1856, Elbert Curtiss of 
Danbury. 
ix. Hakeis, b. June 16, 1820; m. Sept. 1, 1842, Mary Peck of Mil- 
ford, Conn. 
X. Joseph P., b. at Danbury, Conn., Sept. 2, 1822; m. May 16, 
1853, Mary A. Starr of Danbury and d. in the almshouse, 
Norwalk, Conn., Feb. 27, 1883. No child, 
xi. Maey a., b. Sept. 28, 1825; m. Oct. 15, 1844, Albert Anderson ; 
d. Kntland, Vt., April 16, 1880. 

108. 

Eeuben^ Hitchcock (Nathan^ , Jonathan'^ , SamueP , John^ , iMke^) 
son of Nathan and Eebecca (Beebe) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 9, 
1785, and he married, Nov. 7, 1807, Anna Garlic, b. at NewMilford, 
Conn., June 21, 1786. She died in Cornwall, Conn., Oct. 13, 1862. 
He was a tailor. He died at Cornwall, Dec. 8, 1869. 

HIS CHILDEEN WEEE : 

231. i. Geoege', b. July 29, 1810; m. Jane Ann Ford. 

ii. Julia, b. Oct. 10, 1811, in New Milford; m. A. B. Hart of 

Cornwall, Conn, 
iii. Caroline, b. July 24, 1814; m. Jan. 14, 1835, Elias N. Hart of 

Cornwall, farmer. 
iv. Myron, b. June 30, 1819 ; N. M. unm. wagon maker. 
V. Rebecca, b. July 10, 1822 ; N. M. unm. 
vi. Horace, b. June 30, 1824; N. M. m. Aug. 3, 1846, Juliette 

Hart of Cornwall. Tailor. 

232. vll. Elmer, b. Feb. 8, 1826; m. Mary Gorman. 

viii. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 9, 1830; unm. Hudson, N. Y. 



109. 

Philo^ Hitchcock {NatJian^ , Jonathan* , 8 amueP , John^ , Luke^) 
son of Nathan and Eebecca (Beebe) Hitchcock, was born in New 
Milford, Conn., Jan. 8, 1787. He married in 1810, Malinda Bemis. 
He was apracticing physician. He removed to North Springfield, Vt., 
afterwards to Whitestown, N. Y. andlaterto Monticello, Wis., where 
he died July 5, 1860. Malinda, his widow died at Exeter, Wis., 
Jan. 11, 1872. 



FAJITLT OF JOHN. 281 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Philesta", b. deaf in North Springfield, Vt., July 24, 1811; 
educated at the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, X. Y. ; returned 
home on account of failing health and d. Aug. 15, 1826. 
233. ii. Xelsox Alyirxs, b. July 9, 1812 ; m. Matilda Avery. 

iii. Eliza, b. Oct. 24, 1813; m. Martin Curtis, who settled in Mil- 
waukee, buying a section of land from which he realized 
considerable property. She d. Aug. 6, 1846, leaTing four 
daughters. 
iv. Olive Pamelia, b. June 20, 1815. 
V. PoiXY A^TN-, b. Oct. 31, 1816. 
vi. William, b. July 19, 1818. 
vii. Susasnah, b. May 24, 1820. 
viii. An Intaxt, b. Sept. 8, 1822. 
ix. Hiram, b. Aug. 28, 1824. 
X. Alfred, b. Nov. 14, 1827. 



110. 

Spexcer^ Hitchcock {Xathan^, Jonathan*, SaniueP, John^, 
LuTce^) son of Nathan and Rebecca (Beebe) Hitchcock, was born 
Aug. 18, 1795, and married 1st, at New Preston, Conn., in 1817, 
Mary C. Gunn, born in 1800. She died June 30, 1849 and he mar- 
ried 2d, April 4, 1850, Amanda Baldwin. He was a farmer. He 
died Aug. 18, 1864. 

his children were : 
i. George C"., b. at Xew Preston, Dec. 10, 1826; m. Mayo, 
1849, Ann K. Xewton, dan. of Da%-id. He was a breeder 
of trotting horses. Xo children. 



HI. 

JrLiDS^ Hitchcock {Daniel^, JbnatJian*, SamueP, John^, Luke^) 
son of Daniel and Deborah (Keteham) Hitchcock, was born in Xew 
Milford, Conn., Dec. 20, 1777. He married in Upper Canada, Myra 
Ingersoll, born in Great Barrington, Mass., in 1781. She died in 
Lebanon, Madison Co., X. Y., in 1847 ; and he died there in 1849. 
his childkex were : 
i. Thomas', b. in Canada, June 2, 1808 ; no children. 

234. ii. LCKE. b. April 13, 1813. 

235. iii. Charles Ingersoll, b. Nov. 16, 1819. 



282 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

112. 

Baezillai Dean^ Hitchcock (Isaac^, John*, SamueP, John^, 
Luke''-) sou of Isaac and Lyclia (Dean) Hitchcock, was born Oct. 
29, 1769. He married Anne Mann, born Feb. 22, 1778. Her sister 
Lodema married Buel Hitchcock. He died in Ft. Covington, N. Y., 
Sept. 15, 1828. Widow Anne died April 13, 1868. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Albon Harmon', d. Aug. 5, 1861, in Bernardstown, 111., leav- 
ing three children, 
ii. Annb, m. Jesse B. Hawley. 
iii. Rebecca, m. Jesse B. Hawley and d. in Richville, N. Y. June 

23, 1882. 
iv. Almira. 
V. Myrtle, b. 1803 ; " d. Oct. 12, 1828, ». 25." 

236. vi. Joseph KOE, b. April 19, 1806; m. SamanthaChipman. 
vii. Isaac, d. no child. 

viii. Buel, left no children, 
ix. Charles, left no children. 

X. Minerva, b. Oct., 1810; m. in Constable, Thomas M. Coburn 
and d. June 15, 1883. Child: 1, Alice^ Cohurn. 

113. 

Collins'' Hitchcock {Asahel^ , John'^ , Samuel^, John'^, Luke') son 
of Asahel and Hannah (Collins) Hitchcock, was born in Litchfield 
Co., Conn., Dec. 1, 1767. He married Feb. 2, 1790, Eunice Porter, 
born in Becket, Berkshire Co., Mass., June 10, 1768. Her sister 
Theda married Dr. Ebenezer Hitchcock. Collins must have some- 
time lived in Granville, N. Y., for the Governor in 1807 appointed 
him Justice of the Peace there. His wife died Jan. 4, 1860 and he 
died Feb. 1, 1860, at Kingsbury, Washington Co., N. Y. 
his children were : 

237. i. Warren Ferris', b. Dec. 9, 1790; m. Almira Adams. 

ii. Prudbntia, b. Aug. 13, 1793 ; d. Sept. 15, 1795, at Kingsbury, 
iii. Rensselaer, b. March 13, 1796; d. April 27, 1796, at Kingsbury. 

238. iv. Prudbntia, b. July 15, 1798; m. Samuel T. Tanner. 

V. Rensselaer, b. Aug. 13, 1801; d. Aug. 1, 1802. 

239. vi. Adolphus F., b. April 25, 1803; m. Cynthia Fitch. 

vii. Philander Chase, b. Nov. 30, 1805; lived at Ft. Edward, N. 
Y. in 1837 was Sherift'of Wash. Co., and in 1858 elected 
clerlt of that county and held the ofBce 12 years ; was 
Cashier Nat. Bank, and d. unra. Aug. 27, 1888. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 283 

lU. 

Noble Barnum'^ Hitchcock {Asahel^, John*, SamueP, John^, 
Litke^) son of Asahel and Hannah (Collins) Hitchcock, was bora 
Sept. 9, 1775. He married May 11, 1800, Peggy Freeman, born 
Jan. IS, 1783. He died in Oct., 1860, and she died in Kingsbury, 
Washington Co.. X. Y. in July, 1862. 

HIS CHILDKES WERE : 

i. Carolin'e', b. April i. 1801 ; m. 1st, William Samnon? and 26, 

William A. Maon? d. Aug.. 1877. 
ii. Polly, b. June U, 1803; d. unm. Oct. 23, 1871. 
iii. As.iHEL, b. July 26, 180.5; m. 1832, Sarah Osborn; d. Aug., 

1851, leaving children, 
iv. John Veexox, b. June 5, 1808 ; m. and d. 1860; no child. 
V. ilixEKVA, b. March 25, 1815; m. Eev. George C. Eastman; d. 

IS 78; one daughter. 
Ti. Alfi'.edF., b. Peb. 16, 1818; m. 18i9, Phcbe A. Finch; d. 

Dec. 5, 1872, leaving three sons and oue dan. 

115. 

JoHN^ Hitchcock {Zina^, JoJm*^, SamueP. JoJin^, Luke''-) son of 
Dr. Zina and Mabel (Lockwood) Hitchcock, was born in Cambridge, 
"Washington Co., X. Y., Dec. 2, 1783. He married Sept. 3, 1815, 
Adeline Moss, daughter of Judge Moss of Sandy Hill, X. Y. John 
died at Albany, N. Y., March 8, 1827. 

HIS children were : 

i. Adeline', m. Eugene, 
ii. John, res. Winchendon, Mass. 

240. iii. Alexander, H. b. April 14, 1823; m. Abigail Hines. 

116. 

Samuel Miller'' Hitchcock (ZinQ.^. John*, SamueP, John'-'y 
Luke'^) son of Dr. Zina and Mabel (Lockwood) Hitchcock, was born 
Sept. 6, 1790. He married Nov. 17, 1812, Mary Adams, dau. of 
Eoger, bom at Lisbon, Conn., INIarch 7, 1794, died in N. Y., April 
28, 1876. The children were all born in Sandy Hill, X. Y. 
his children were : 

241. i. James Kent", b. Aug. 14, 1813 ; m. Mary Kellogg, 
ii. Zrs'A Adams, b. Peb. 24, 1815. 

242. iii. Mary Adams, b. Aug. 3, 1817; m. Julius Kelley. 



• 284 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

iv. Harriet Allen, b. Oct. 12, 1819; m. in Newark, N. J., April 

10, 1855, William Thompson Clough of Liverpool, Eng. 
He d. N. Y. City, March 29, 1876. No chilrlren. 

.243. V. Almira Willoughby, b. Jan. 12, 1822; m. Chas. Knapp. 

vi. Betsey Maria, b. Warren, 0., Oct, 11, 1824; d. there Jan. 4, 

1828. 
vii. Josephine, b. Oct. 15, 1831, in Covington, Ky. ; d. in N. Y. 
City, Nov. 5, 1841. 
"244. viii. Julia Boughton, b. Jan. 4, 1828 ; m. Daniel Dodd. 

117. 

Betsey Maria ^ Hitchcock {Zina^ , JoJm* , SamueP,John^,Luke^) 
■daughter of Dr. Zina and Mabel (Loekwood) Hitchcock, veas born 
■in 1795. She married in Sandy Hill, N. Y., Dec. 17, 1815, Ebenezer 
Ashley Scott and died May 20, 1848. The children of Betsey Maria 
..(Hitchcock) Scott were : 

1. Maria\ b. May 7, 1817 in Chazy, N. Y. ; m. July 14, 1843, Russell 

C. North and d. Nov. 1, 1843. They had: I, Josephine 
Hitchcock^ North, b. May 11, 184- ; d. Sept., 1874; 2, Mary 
L. North, b. March 3, 184- ; d. Sept. 3, 1881; 3, Lemuel 
North, b. June 11, 1847 ; d. Sept. 3, 1872 ; 4, Charles North, 
b. Dec. 28, 1848 ; d. March 4, 1880. 

2. Cornelia Elizabeth, b. Sept. 11, 1818, in Chazy, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 

11, 1845, John Currey of Peekskill, N. Y. She d. April 

20, 1877, in San Francisco, Cal. Their children were: 1, 
Montgomery^ Currey, b. July 17, 1846; 2, Bohert Gurrey, 

b. Dec. 30, 1851 ; 3, Julia Augusta Currey, b. ; d. 

Dec. 13, 1885; 4, Charles Currey, b. Aug. 3, 1855; d. July 

21, 1860. 

■3. Matthew, b. Feb. 6, 1822; m. May 20, 1856, Lucia B . He d. 

at Hioga, Japan, Nov. 5, 1879. They. had: 1, BESSIE^ d. 
in 1869. 

4. Caroline Frances, b. June 4, 1825 at Chazy, N. Y. ; m. March 10, 

1851, Nathan Hubbell. Children: I, Ellen Lesley' Hubbell, 
b. Jan. 29, 1852; d. May 15, 1869; 2, Jennie Scott Hubbell, 
b. June 8, 1855; m. Albert F. Schneider, June 8, 1881; 3, 
Ashley Scott Hubbell, b. Jan. 8, 1859 ; d. April 23, 1860 ; 4, 
Harriet Hitchcock Hubbell, b. March 4, 1862; 5, George 
Scott Hubbell, b. Sept. 29, 1864. 

5. Jane Merritt, b. June 16, 1827, in Chazy, N. Y. ; m. in San Fran- 

cisco, Cal., Aug. 4, 1858, Peter Decker. Only surviving 
child : Alices Decker, b. Nov. 17, 1865. 
■e. Margaret Pitcher, b. Nov. 16, 1830 at Chazy, N. Y. ; m. May 21, 
1857, Morton Cheeseman and had: 1, Morton^ Cheeseman, 



FASULY OF JOHN. 285> 

b. May 18, 185-; 2, Caroline Cheeseman, b. 1858; 3, Jen- 
nie Cheeseman ; 4, George Cheeseman. 
7. George Merritt, b. July 27, 1835. 

118. 

Aeetts M^. Hitchcock {Buel^, John*, SamueP, John^, Luke'^-y 
son of Dr. Buel and Loclema (Mann) Hitchcock, was born in 1789. 
He married 1st, Elizabeth B. Haivkins and 2d, Mary Turner. He 
died in Dec, 1839, in Fort Covington, N. Y. 

HIS CHLLDREX WERE : 

i. Thomas H'., b. Dec, 1813; d. 1850. 
ii. Seymour, d. y. 
iii. Rachel, d. y. 
iv. Floru-la, b. Nov. 4, 1820 ; m. Dr. Solomon Wyman of Ft.. 

Covington in 1840; two children, d. y. 
V. Sarah Axx, d. y. 
vi. Euzabeth, b. May 20, 1823; m. 1848, James B. Mann; two 

children, both d. y. She d. 1850. 

245. vii. Alexaxder Blel, b. April 19, 1830; m. F. M. Mallory. 

ix. Mart, b. May 19, 1833; m. Oct., 1854, Volney G. Hatch; res. 
Decatur, 111. had: 1, Susan"^ Hatch, b. Sept., 1855; 2,. 
AretAis JS. Hatch, b. 1857. 

119. 

Mteon^ Hitchcock {Buel^, John*, SamueP, John^,Luke^) son of 
Dr. Buel and Lodema (Mann) Hitchcock, was born in 1794. He- 
married Mary Goldsmith and died in 1862. 
HIS children were : 
i. Wallace', b. 1828; d. unm. 1859. 

246. ii. JoHJf G., b. 1830; m. Anna Chandler, 
iii. Buel T., b. 1832 ; d. unm. 1880. 

120. 

Baexabas^ Hitchcock {Liike°, Luke*, Luke^, John^, Luke'-) son. 
of Luke and Jerusha (Prentiss) Hitchcock, was born in Vermont,. 
Feb. 21, 1785. He married in 1804, Jane McKinney, who died in. 
1850. He was a Methodist Itinerant and died in Canada in 1855. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE; 

247. i. Luke', b. 1806; m. Esther Cory. 



"286 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

248. ii. Peter M., b. in 1807; m. Phebe Jane Pierson. 

iii. Edward, b. 1810 in Stanbriclge, Canada; Capt. of militia; d. 
unm. 83. 70. 

249. iv. Barnabas, b. 1816; m. Sally Montle. 

V. Jane, b. 1824; in Staubridge; m. in 1845, Jolin Bi'own; res. 
Newport, Vt. 

121. 

Peentice^ Hitchcock {Luke^, Luke''', Luke^, John^, L^ike''-) son 

-of Luke and Jerusha (Prentiss) Hitchcock, was bom March 27, 

1788. He married Belinda Brace of Stanbridge. Canada. He was 

Capt. of Volunteers in the French rebellion ; a farmer and died in 

Stanbridge in 1851. Belinda died in 1865. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Laura', m. Peter A. "Wood; d. 1875. 

250. ii. Chester, b. June 11, 1810; m. Elizabeth Matters, 
iii. Jeremiah, d. 1853. 

iv. Cynthia, b. Sept. 12, 1825; m. 1846, P. J. L'liote. 

122. 

Aaron^ Hitchcock {ApoUos^ , Aarow^ . L^(ke^ , JoJin^ , Luke'-) son 
of ApoUos and Roxana (King) Hitchcock, was born in Suffield, 
Conn., Oct. 22, 1786. He married in 1807, in Schenectady, N. Y., 
Polly Clark, born Jan. 31, 1788, daughter of Samuel. He died Jan. 
26, 1826 and his widow died in 1867. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Charles', b. Jan. or Aug. 19, 1808 ; d. unm. Xov. 25, 1842. 
Samuel, b. June or Aug. 13, 1813 ; lo. Ann M. Fiuch. 
Aaron, b. April 10, 1815; m. Louisa Eilcey. 
Alexander, b. Feb. 14, 1817; m. Sarali A. E. Elsworth. 

V. LuciNDA, b. Sept. 8, 1818; m. Orr ; d. Jan. 1, 1854. 

vi. Mary, b. Deo. 4, 1821. 

123. 

John"^ Hitchcock {Apollos^, Aaron'^, Liike^, John^, Luke^) son 
of Apollos and Roxana (King) Hitchcock, was born in SufHeld, 
Conn., Dec. 29, 1787 or 8. He married Dec. 21, 1829, Jane Peck- 
ham, born Jan. 27, 1805. He died May 14, 1851. 





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FAMILY OF JOHN. 287 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Hexry Clay', b. Dec. 10, 1830; address, HarrisvlUe, N. Y. 

ii. John Fkanklix, b. Sept. 15, 1833; address, Lancaster, N. Y. 

iii. James M., b. Feb. 10, 1839; d. June 6, 186G. 

iv. Apollos, b. June 26, 1844. 

124. 

Apollos" Hitchcock (^poHosS, Aaron*, Licke^, John^, Luke^) 
son of Apollos and Roxana (King) Hitchcock, was bom July 25, 
1797. He married May 4, 1859, Celia M. Russell, and died Aug. 
23, 1870. 

HIS CHILDREN' WERE : 

i. Apollos King', b. March 6, 1860; d. Aug. 5, 1883. 

ii. Charles ErssELL, b. June 7, 1862; res. Dakota, 

iii. Alexander Franklin, b. Nov. 15, 18G4. 

iv. Sarah Angeline, b. Oct. 28, 18C6. 

T. James Edwen, b. Jan. 19, 18GS. 

vi. Aaron, b. March 15, 1870; d. March 13, 1S71. 

125. 

James'' Hitchcock {Apollos^, Aaron*, Luke''', John-, Luke''-) son 
of Apollos and Roxana (King) Hitchcock, was born Not. 6, 1805. 
He married 1st, Xov., 1848, Patience Sanford. She died in April, 
1859. He married 2d, May 4, 1871, L. Eliza Ladd, born .July 22, 
1836. Address, Cbeektowaga, Erie Co., X. Y. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Sarah Roxana', b. April 17, 1853. 
ii. Emily Maria, b. Jan. 18, 1857 ; d. July 30, 1881. 
iii. James Ladd, b. Xov. 14, 1876. 

126. 

Gad" Hitchcock (Xoah^, Xoah*, S'atlianiel^ , Jolin'^, Luke') son 
of Noah and Silence (Burti Hitchcock, was born Feb. 15, 1765. 
He married, both of Monson, Mass., Dec. 13, 1787, Lydia Sanders, 
born Oct. 15; 1766. He removed to Homer, N. Y. ; was a mason 
and shoemaker. He died May 5, 1849. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

254. i. DA^^D', b. Oct. 13, 1788; m. S. S. Walter. 



288 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

ii. Mary, b. Oct. 7, 1790 (called Polly on Monson town records) ; 
m. Jan. 24, 1809, Lyman Holt and had: 1, Horace' Holt; 
2, Mary Holt. 

255. iii. HOBACE, b. July 2, 1792 ; m. Patty Stimson. 

iv. Silence, b. June 4, 1795; m. Jan., 1818, Zelotus Hannum, and 
had: 1, Lewis' Hannum; 2, David Hannum; 3, Theodore 
Hannum. 
V. Almira, b. at Homer, N. Y., April 28, 1797 ; m. Nov. 14, 1817, 
Aaron Cleveland, b. May 23, 1794, son of Dr. Benjamin of 
Litchfield, Conn. He d. in Homer, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1874. 
They had : 1,'Lauretta' Cleveland, h. July, 18 — ; m. Wil- 
lard Matthev(fs and res. at Homer, N. Y. ; 2, Adin Cleve- 
land, b. and m. in Homer; no children; 3, Almeron Cleve- 
land, m. 1st, Walter; lives in Hamilton, Mad. Co., 

N. Y. ; 4, Caleb Cleveland, d. of consumption ; 5, Mary 

Cleveland, m. Powers and settled in Tompkins Co., 

N. Y. 

vi. Anna, b. May 27, 1803; m. Aug. 24, 1823; "Wm. Lucas; d. 
Jan. 26, 1883. Children: 1, CaleW Lucas, b. Aug. 25, 
1824; 2, Harvey Lucas, b. Sept. 8, 1826; 3, Lydia Ann 
Lucas, b. Aug. 26, 1832. 

127. 

Jesse^ Hitchcock {Noah^, NoaJi'^, NathanieP, JoJin^, Luke^) son 
of Noah and Silence (Burt) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 3, 1766. He 
married Jan. 19, 1792, Vashti Stebbins, born Oct. 18, 1770. He 
lived in Brimfield, Mass., and was a carpenter and housebuilder. In 
1820 an association got from him the right to build on his land a two 
story conference hall for religious purposes ; but, violating the con- 
ditions, the place, on the death of Jesse, reverted to his son Alfred, 
who sold it. It was removed to Fiskdale and is now used as a shoe 
factory. Jesse in 1780, served in the Eevolutionary war. He was 
for three years town treasurer of Brimfield. He died Nov. 4, 1836. 
His widow died Sept. 11, 1841. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. Emily', b. March 1, 1793, m. Danforth Green ; d. Nov. 4, 1858. 

256. ii. Abner, b. Feb. 22, 1795 ; m. 1st, Susan Gardner. 

iil. Laura Allen, b. Feb. 11, 1797 ; m. Dec, 1820, Daniel Hitch- 
cock, son of Daniel and Lucy (Hoar) Hitchcock. She d. 
March 1, 1821. 

iv. Eliza, b. May 26, 1799 ; d. Dec. 11, 1800. 

257. V. Alfred, b. Aug. 19, 1801 ; m. Martha B. Allen. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 289 

vi. Alvan, b. Feb. 25, 1804; d. June 20, 1818. 
vii. Martha Smith, b. Jan. 12, 1810; m. March 17, 1852, Hezekiah 

Ferry, Jr., b. Sept. 18, 1795. She d. Jan. 3, 1879. He d. 

Oct. 4, 1882 ; two children. 
Tlii. Eliza Burt, b. May 17, 1812; m. Dec. 10, 1857, Harvey 

"Wolcott. 
is. JosiAH Stebbiks, b. June 28, 1816; m. Oct. or Dec. 23, 1849, 

Caroline Haven, b. Nov. 6, 1821. He removed and is 

living in Waterville, N. Y. and had : 1, Mart Ellbn^, b. 

July 1, 1856; 2, Isabella Havek, b. May 28, 1862; d. 

Sept. 10, 1862. 

128. 

Noah 8 Hitchcock {Noah°, Noah*, Nathaniel^, John"^ , Luke^) son 
of Noah and Silence (Burt) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 22, 1768. 
He married at Monson, Mass., June 21, 1795, Mercy Keep, who 
died June 22, 1846. He was a soldier in Shay's rebellion under 
Capt. Hoar. He died June 1, 1856. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Margaret', b. Nov. 7, 1796; d. April 8, 1869; m. in 1819 Cur- 
tis Webb; children were: 1, Dr. S. C. Wehi, b. Oct. 21, 
1820; 2, Caroline Wehh, b. Feb., 1826; d. 1892; 3, Alber- 
tus Webb, b. June 4, 1828 ; 4, Bev. William, Henry Webb„ 
b. Jane 7, 1833; 5, Mercy K. Webb, b. 1836. 

Caleb, b. Nov. 26, 1798; m. Fanny Doud. 

Asa, b. Aug. 3, 1800; m. Sophronia Sumner. 

NoAH, b. Dec. 21, 1802; m. Lucy Hubbard. 
V. Peemelia, b. Oct. 12, 1804; d. Nov. 3, 1833; m. Dec. 21,1823, 
David Corey. Her children were : 1, Asa Hitchcoch? Corey, 
b. Aug. 3, 1827; m. Sarah Cushing; 2, Julia Corey, h. 
Feb. 27, 1827; m. Thomas Boland ; 3. Hiram Doud Corey, 
b. Feb. 17, 1831; m. Mary E. Starr, Oct. 9, 1859; 4, Per- 
melia Corey, b. Aug. 5, 1833; m. Nicholas Starr, Oct. 9, 
1859. 
n. DiAN'THA, b. Sept. 4, 1806 ; d. April 10, 1879 ; m. July 30, 1830, 
1st, Benjamin Corey; 2d, in 1861, Milton A. Bush. Chil- 
dren were: 1, Caroline Holt Corey, h. Aug. 23, 1831; 2, 
Harriet Buel Corey, b. Dec. 6, 1834; d. July 19, 1853. 
ii. Orange, b. July 3, 1809; d. April 30, 1868; m. Sept. 3, 1834, 
Mercy Brown. His children were: 1, Mart P'., b. Sept. 
28, 1836; 2, LucT S., b. Aug. 28, 1838; 3, Carrie A., b. 
Oct. 28, 1840; 4, GEORGBC.,b. Dec. 30, 1842; 5, Charles- 
O., b. July 7, 1844; d. March 2, 1884; 6, Lottie, b. July 
4, 1846 ; m. John Arnold. 
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290 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

vill. Abel, b. July 28, 1811 ; d. March, 1879. 
ix. AuRBLiA, b. July 13, 1813; d. March 25, 1858; m. in 1840, Mil- 
ton A. Bush. Their children were : 1, Milton IP- Bush, 
b. May 5, 1841 ; d. in the army July 7, 1864 ; 2, Alice Bush, 
h. June 29, 1852; d. Oct. 6, 1852. 
X. Mbkoy, b. Feb. 21, 1817; d. Dec, 1840; m. Sept., 1836, Wm. 
H. HoUister; child: 1, Edward H^. Hollister, b. Sept. 
23, 1837. 

129. 

PowNAL^ Hitchcock {Elijah^., N'oah'^, Nathaniel^, John^, LuJce^) 
son of Elijah and Sarah (Townsley) Hitchcock, was born in Brim- 
field, Mass., July 3, 1769. He married three wives 1st, Feb. 12, 
1793, Lydia Newell of Monson and 2d, in 1799, Sally Ann Knowl- 
ton, who died in 1815. He is said to have removed to Vermont near 
Vergeiines and died in June, 1829. 

HIS OHILDRBN WERE : 

261. i. Elijah', b. Aug. 31, 1800; m. Catherine Loppy. 

ii. Sally Ann, b. Feb. 12, 1802 at Sand Lake, N. Y., married there 
Peter Bartle and lives with her daughter Mrs. Alraeda 
Richards at Scott's Corners, N. Y. 
iii. Almeda, b. at Sand Lake, March 14, 1803; m. there Peter 
Bradt. 

262. iv. JoelN., b. Jan. 29, 1805; m. Nancy Purdy. 

263. V. Stephen K., b. Sept. 23, 1806; m. Louisa W. Burton. 

vi. Annis B., b. March 31, 1808 ; m. H. C. Champlin at Bowman, 

N. Y. 
vii. John C, b. Aug. 30, 1809, at Sand Lake; m. at Poughkeepsie, 

N. Y., Aug. 30, 1836, Eliza Ann Vandenburgh, and was at 

one time Dep. Sheriff of Dutchess Co., N. Y. No children, 
viil. LuoRETiA, b. July 1, 1811. 
Ix. Mary, b. Oct. 2, 1812, at Sand Lake; m. there Albert Wheeler 

and d. there in 1881. 
X. Abigail, b. July 14, 1814; m. at Greenbush, April 9, 1834, 

George Bloomindale; d. at Hoag's Corners, Aug. 28, 1883. 
xi. Henry. 

130. 

Alured^ Hitchcock {Elijah^, Noah*, Nathaniel^, John^, LuTce^) 
son of Elijah and Sarah (Townsley) Hitchcock, was born in Brim 
field, Mass., May 7, 1773. He married in 1807 in Vergennes, Vt., 



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FAMILY OF JOHN. 291 

Sarah Stevens. He died in 1830 in Vergennes and his children were 
aU born there. 

HIS CHLLDREX WERE : 

264. i. El AM S'., b. Dec. 9, 1808. 

ii. LucRETiA, b. Nov. 22, 1810; ra. .lug. 17, 1831,IfelieiiiiahLosey, 
Prof, in Knox College from 1840 to 1861 ; d. Galesburg, 
111. in 1875. Children: 1, Henry M^. Losey, b. at Gales- 
burgli, Jan. 3, 1838, now lawyer In Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
In warof the Rebellion April, 1864 to March, 1865; Major 
67th tr. S. C.Inft., March, 1865 to Jan., 1866; Lt. Col. 
67th U. S. C. Inft.; 2, A Dau., m. Rev. Miner Deming, 
Sec. Y. M. C. A., Boston, Mass. 

Sarah, b. March 27, 1813 ; m. Charles H. Thompson. 

Mary Asx, b. July 28, 1815. 

Samuel, b. Oct. 7, 1817. 

Frances M., b. Nov. 9, 1819; m. A. Z. Hayner. 

Henry E., b. May 3, 1822 ; m. July 2, 1851, Margaret Yale. 

Mauy a., b. June 17, 1824; m. Rev. DavidPinkerton, Chetopa, 
Kan. 

131. 

Eaton^ Hitchcock {Elijah^, Noah*, Nathaniel^, John^, Luke^) 
son of Elijah and Sarah (Townsley) Hitchcock, was bornMarch 13, 
1776. He married 1st, Mercy Allen born at Panton, Vt., who died 
June 2.5, 1^08. He married 2d, Jan. 1, 1809, Elinda Norton, born 
Sept. 27, 1788, at Bennington, Vt. He died at Panton, Vt., Sept. 
15, 1829, and his widow died there Oct. 15, 1830. He was a house 
joiner. 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

1. Allen Eaton', b. June 25, 1808, at Vergennes, Vt. ; a farmer; 
d. at Shoreham, Vt., in 1882. 

269. il. George Ha WLEY, b. Jan. 10, 1810; m. Emeline Xorton. 

Hi. Elijah Townsley, b. at Vergennes, 1812; unm. was a Cap- 
tain in the Brazilian Navy — time and place of death 
unknown, but supposed to have been lost at sea. 

Iv. Luman Norton, b. at Vergennes, March 27, 1815; left Ver- 
mont for Mobile, Ala. in 1833; m. Feb. 8, 1860, Frances 
T. Miller of Morristown, N. J. and d. there Jan. 2, 1862, 
leaving infant, Mary'. 

270. v. James Monroe, b. May 10, 1817; m. H. M. Chittenden. 

vl. John Adams, b/ Aug. 10, 1819 ; lawyer in Mobile, Ala. ; m. 
there in 1849, Kate Gazzarn ; drowned in the Mississippi 
river in 1864 ; left no children. 



292 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

vii. Chas. Theodore, h. at Panton, 1821 ; d. at Vergennes, 1823. 
viii. Cathbkine Augusta, b. at Vergennes, Dec. 31, 1824; m. Oct. 

19, 1847, Stewart. Address, Morristown, N. J. 

ix. Harriet LucKKTiA, b. at Panton, Jan. 5, 1828; res. unm. at 

Morristown, N. J. 

132. 

Db. Jaeed^ Hitchcock {Elijah^, Noah''', Nat7iamel^,Jo7in^, Luke''-) 
son of Elijah and Sarah (Townsley) Hitchcock, was born in Brim- 
field, Mass., Aug. 11, 1778. He married Katy Hamilton, born Sept. 
21, 1771. He was a physician and surgeon. He married twice and 
had twelve children. He died March 29, 1 846, at Glens Falls, N. Y. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Mandana', b. Feb. 7, 1803 ; m. Jerome Bitley. 

271. ii. DwiGHT, b. Sept. U, 1805; m. J. M. Gardner. 

iii. Joanna "W., b. May 23, 1807; m. John W. Steele. 

Iv. Jarbd H., b. Feb. 5, 1809; res. Lawton, Mich. 

V. Nancy Ann, b. May 16, 1811 ; d. Oct. 11, 1835. 

vi. Morgan H., b. July 19, 1841 ; d. Feb. 25, 1842. 

133. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock (Elijah^, Noah*, NathanieP, John^, Luke^) 
son of Elijah and Sarah (Townsley) Hitchcock, was born in Brim- 
field, Mass., Nov. 21, 1781. He married Miriam , lived ia 

Brimfleld and died Dee. 26, 1823. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Alured Boyden', b. Aug. 9, 1805; unm. ; now JohnB. Austin. 

ii. Eaton, b. Feb. 9, 1807; m. Eunice , who survived him. 

He was at one time Captain of the Brimfleld Kifle Co. He 
rem. to Sturbridge, Mass. and died there, 
iii. David, b. Feb. 18, 1809; m. Aug. 5, 1856, Adeline A. Janes, 
dau. Augustus, res. in Worcester, Mass. No chlldreu. 
J iv. Sarah, b. Jan. 12, 1811; d. July 26, 1812. 
\ V. LuciNA, b. Jan. 12, 1811; d. July 26, 1812. 

vi. Samuel Adams, b. Feb. 13, 1813 ; now Samuel A. Hudson of 

Boston, Mass. 
vii. Mary, b. Feb. 26, 1815. 

viii. Elijah, b, Jan. 31, 1817; now William H. Hudson, 
ix. Amasa, b. May 26, 1819 ; d. Nov. 28, 1819. 
X. George, bap. Oct., 1822. 

xi. Harvey, bap. Nov. 9, 1823. (Nos. 10 and 11 are from Brim- 
fleld ch. records and Wm. L. Hitchcock of Chicopee gives 
Harvey instead of Amasa.) 




HENRY HITCHCOCK, 
Chief Justice of Alabama. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 293 

134. 

Hon. Henkyi^ Hitchcock {SamueP, Noah^, Nathaniel^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Judge Samuel and Lucy Caroline (Allen) Hitchcock, 
was bom in Burlington, Vt., Sept. 19, 1792. "He graduated at the 
University of Vermont with honor in 1811. The death of his father 
left him with care of farm and family on his hands, but he managed 
to get time for a thorough legal education. He then, in 1816, went 
to St. Stephens, near Mobile, and then a part of Mobile Territory, 
where he gained the highest reputation as a lawyer and where he made 
money. In 1819 he was appointed Attorney General for Alabama 
and later moved to Mobile. He successively filled the offices of 
District Attorney, Justice of the Supreme Court (of Alabama) and 
later Chief Justice. Speculations in real estate now took much of 
his time and gave him a property of over half a million of dollars." 
He married in Oct., 1821, Anne Erwin, dau. of Colonel Andrew 
Erwin of Nashville, Tenn. She was born in Ashville, N. C, in 
1803 and d. at St. Louis, 1854. He had eight children of whom four 
died in infancy and one in youth. 

" In 1835, at 43 years of age he was baptized, made profession of 
faith and became a member of the Presbyterian church. He died 
Aug. 11, 1839, of yellow fever." His personal friend. Gen. Grandey 
of Alabama, says of him: "He was the best known, the most 
beloved, the most distinguished, the ablest, the most worthy and the 
most popular man in Alabama during the last ten years of his life." 

Melvin L. Gray, Esq., of the St. Louis Bar states that "early in 
September, 1839, he went to Alabama and well remembers that the 
newspapers throughout the state were then "in mourning "—their 
columns bordered with heavy black lines — for his recent death, which 
was universally spoken of as a great public calamity." 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

i. Caroline Lorainb', b. April 8, 1825, atMobile, Ala. ; m. March, 
1857, Dr. Samuel G. DeCamp, Surgeon U. S. A., March, 
1857; d. in 1863, leaving one dau. Anna Erwirfi DeCamp, 
now wife of Leo A. Camacho, engaged in busines.". at 49 
Dey St., New York City, residing at New Brighton, Staten 
Island, with their three children. 

272. ii. Henry, b. at Spring Hill, Ala., July 3, 1829. 

lii. Andrew Erwin, b. at Mobile, June 6, 1831 ; d. at Nashville, 

Tenn., Oct. 4, 1848. 
iv. Anna E., b. at Mobile, May 12, 1839 ; d. Nov. 18, 1839. 

273. V. Ethan Allen, b. at Mobile, Sept. 19, 1835. 



294 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

135. 

Ethan Allen ^ Hitchcock (Samuel^, Noah*, Nathaniel^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Judge Samuel and Lucy Caroline (Allep) Hitchcock, 
was bom in Vergennes, Vt., May 18, 1798. He graduated at West 
Point and was Tutor there several years. He entered the army as 
3d Lieut, of Artillery, June 17, 1817; Brevet Colonel, Aug. 20, 
1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct at Contreras and Churii- 
busco; Brevet Brig. Gen., Sept. 8, 1847, for gallant and meritorious 
conduct at Molino del Rey. About 1850 he resigned and became a 
civil engineer. \V hen the Rebellion broke out he offered his sword 
again to the government and was promoted to rank of Major General 
and served most of the war. He was Commissioner for the exchange 
of prisoners and Military Advisor to President Lincoln's Cabinet 
from '61 to '63. " He was then an old man but of superb figure as 
erect and fine looking a man as one would care to see." He was 
afterwards stationed at San Francisco, and for several years Com- 
mander of the Pacific Coast ; but his health failing he resigned and 
went South. He was the author of eight or ten published books and 
for his literary gifts was called the " pen of the army." He married 
in 1868 Miss Martha Nichols at Washington, D. C. He died Aug. 
5, 1870, at Sparta, Ga., leaving no children. For additional items 
especially his literary labors see " Johnson's Encyclopedia." 

136. 

Nathaniel^ Hitchcock {Daniel^, Noah*, NathanieP, John'^, 
Luke^) son of Daniel and Lucy (Hoar) Hitchcock, was born in 
Brimfield, Mass., May 4, 1787. He married 1st, Sept. 9, 1810, 
Esther Bigelow, born Dec. 24, 1787, who died Jan. 15, 1830. He 
married 2d, Oct. 5, 1831 , Velina Janes, born July 24, 1803, daughter 
of Cyrus of Lebanon, Conn. He died Nov. 3, 1853. On Oct. 4, 
1854, Velina married William Tucker. She died Aug. 31, 1867. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

1. Lucy Emeline', b. Dec. 24, 1812 ; bap. at Monson, Mass., Aug. 
1, 1813; m. at Minersville, Pa., Sept. 12, 1841, Wm. Gil- 
roy ; d. Feb. 9, 1864 and left three children, 
ii. WILLIAM Lucius, b. Jan. 17, 1815; m. Oct. 12, 1843, Mary C. 
Ellis. He died at his home in Chicopee, Mass., Dec. 8, 
1882. He was Treas. of the Sunday School and Steward 
of the Perkins St. M. E. church. They had 1, Mary 
EllenS b. Aug. 5, 1844. 




ETHAN ALLEN HITCHCOCK, 



Brigadier-General, U.S.A. 
Major-General, U.S.V. 



FASHLT OF JOHN. 295 

iii. Joseph Warren, b. June 10, 1816; m. Dec. 8, (or Dec. 15, 
Springfield records.) 1840, Charlotte G. D. Baker, b. at 
Pembroke, Mass., Oct. 3, 1821; res. at Chicopee; no 
cMldren. 
iv. Daniel Porter, b. Dec. 4, 1817; d. iinm. Oct. 22, 1838. 
V. Emma Adeline, b. Oct. 17, 1820; m. May 1, 1845, Brownell 
M. Durfee. They had: 1, Joseph Warren'^ Durfee; 2, 
Albert P. Durfee ; 3, Emma Durfee. 
vl. Julia S., b. Dec. 4, 1838; d. Sept. 11, 1859. 
vil. Laura Sophia, b. Jan. 6, 1845; m. May 20, 1869, John West- 
wood. They res. Waltham, Mass. and have : 1, Alice^ 
Westwood; 2, Frank James Westwood; 3, Bobert John 
West-wood; 4, Anna Isabella Westwood; 5, Grace May 
Westicood. 

137. 

Jacob* Hitchcock {Dardel^, NoaJi^, Nathaniel^, JoJin^, Luke^) 
son of Daniel and Lucy (Hoar) Hitchcock, was born at Brimfield, 
Mass., Sept. 7, 1792. He married Dee. 25, 1821, at Dwigbt Mis- 
sion, Ark., Nancy Brown of Monson, Mass. He went to Arkansas 
in 1820, as steward of Dwight Mission to the Cherokees, and held 
the position for fort}' years. In 1862, he was robbed and driven out 
of the state by the rebels. He went to Iowa and died at Denmark, 
Iowa, July 5, 1865. His widow died at Tahlequah, C. N. Indian 
Territory, in April, 1876. 

HIS CHILDREIf WERE: 

1. Daniel DwiGHT, M. D'., b. Dec. 19, 1822; once ch. member 
Monson, Mass.; Gr. Amherst college, 1844; M. D. Bow- 
doin, 1851; ra. Sarah ^Vorcester, dan. of the venerablemis- 
sionary Rev. S. A. Worcester. He d. of cholera at Fort 
Gibson, Ind. Ter. in Aug., 1867. Had one dan. m. R. R. 
Clerk, St. Louis, 
ii. Isaac Brown, b. at Dwight Mission, Feb. 28, 1825; m. Feb. 
8, 1857, Elizabeth A. Duncan, b. In Georgia, July 10, 1833, 
dau. of Rev. John Duncan, aCherokee Methodist preacher. 
Shed. Oct. 5, 1886. He res.at Vinita, Ind.Ter. ; children: 
1, T. Brown', b. May 19, 1858 ; m. Sept., 1880, a Cherokee 
girl, Annie Shirley and has one son; 2, Etta, b. Dec. 14, 
1860; m. S. J. Burns of Canada. 

iii. Laura Sophronia, b. July 10, 1827 ; ch. member at Monson ; 
d. Dec. 10, 1843, at Mt. Holyoke Sem. 

Iv. Mary, d. se. 5. 
V. Sanct, d. se. 3. 



296 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

138. 

David'^ Hitchcock (Eldad^, Hoses'^, Nathaniel^, Jolin^, Luke^) 
son of Eldad and Esther (Hoar) Hitchcock, was bom in Westmin- 
ster, Vt., in 1789. He was called Squire Hitchcock, because of his 
prominence in local affairs. He married Hannah Owen of Ashford, 
Conn. She died July 23, 1861, and he died Dec. 1, 1861. 

HIS OHILDKBN WBKB : 

i. Eliza', b. 1812 ; m. Dea. Amos Gooclell; d. June 21, 1877. 

274. il. Alfred, b. Oct. 17, 1814; M. D. ; m. 1842, Fidelia Clark; d. 

March 30, 1874. 
lii. Fannie Woodbury, b. March 16, 1816; m. W. F. Guernsey; 

one child who d. in 1884. 
iv. Phbbe Adeline, b. 1818 ; m.Kev. J. A. Eanney; d. Aug., 1852. 

Three children. 
V. Henry D WIGHT, b. 1820 ; m. Olivia Arnold ; d. Feb., 1847; one 

son, Henry'. 
vi. David Brainard, b. 1822; d. April, 1838. 
vii. Wealthy Ann, b. 1824; m. Rev. J. A. Ranney; d. 1875; no 

children. 

275. viii. Homer Owen, b. 1827 ; m. Fidelia Wellman. 

Ix. Hannah Moore, b. 1829 ; m. Peyton Eanney ; six children. 

139. 

EzEA^ Hitchcock {Joseph^, Joseph^, NatJianieP , JoJm^ , Luke^) 
son of Dr. Joseph and Hannah (Livermore) Hitchcock, was born in 
Brimfield, Mass., Sept. 27, 1763. He married Nov. 7, 1793, Sally 
"Winslow. He was a soldier in Shay's rebellion under Capt. Joseph 
Hoar. In the Eevolution he served as soldier for nine months in 
1778, under Capt. Browning and in 1780 from July 4, to Oct. 10. 
He removed to Madison Center in 1793 but returned and lived at 
Brimfield. He was injured at " raising" the meetinghouse in 1805 
and petitioned the town for damages and was refused on plea that 
he was himself to blame for the accident. He died in Brimfield, 
Feb. 8, 1816. His widow died July 2, 1823. 

child. 
i. Marcbna', b. Jan. 23, 1795. 

140. 

Joseph^ Hitchcock {Joseph^, Joseph'', NathanieP, Jolin\Luke^) 
son of Dr. Joseph and Hannah (Livermore) Hitchcock, was born in 



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Brimfield, Mass., March 2, 177.i. He moved to Madison Center, N. 
Y. in 1793. He married Nov. 19, 179S, Eunice Brownell, born at 
Westport, Mass., Jan. 25, 1780. She died in Aug., 1849. He 
died in April, 1861. 

HIS CHILDKKN -SVERE : 

i. Ruth B'., b. Oct. 23, 1799, at Hamilton, N. Y. ; m. Otis Sim- 
mons; d. July 7, 1858. 

ii. Hasxah, b. at Hamilton, Sept. 4, 1801; m. Tiiurston Wood ; 
d. Dec. 3, 1873. 
276. iii. Sajiuel, b. Aug. 7, 1803; m. Prudence Groves. 

iv. Meroa, b. June 19, 1805; m. Jan. 23, 1826, Ezra Campbell, 
who was b. Sept. 24, 1801 and d. May 22, 1775. Meroad. 
Jan. 29, 1862. Their children were : 1, Ezra B^. Campbell, 
b. Oct. 12, 1826; d. July 9, 1867; 2, Otis S. Campbell, b. 
May 7, 1830; m. Oct. 9, 1855, Elizabeth P. Tompkins and 
has three children; 3, Cornelia E. Campbell, b. March 12, 
1835; 4, Henry F. Campbell, b. June 2, 18:59; d. Nov. 14, 
1845. 
V. Pallet, b. at Lebanon, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1807; m. Benj. Sim- 
mons; d. Dec. 2, 1884. 

vi. Joseph, b. at Lebanon, iST. Y., April 30, 1810; m. Maria Camp- 
bell; d. Aug. 23, 1892. 

vii. Isaac, b. at Lebanon, July 18, 1812; m. Oct. 1, 1839, Antrace 

Pierce; d. March 10, 1877. 
viii. Seth, b. July 17, 1814; m. Ruth Simmons. 

ix. Eunice, b. Oct. 16, 1816; m. June, 1858, Frederic Sawdry; d. 

Oct. 9, 1890. 
5. Mart, b. Jan. 17, 1819; m. Herman Hotchkin; d. March 31, 
1869. 

xi. William Sijimoxs, b. Aug. 18, 1823: m. 1st, Cornelia Watrous 
and 2d, Mary Krum. P. O.Lebanon, Madison Co., N. Y. 

141. 

Dr. Seth® Hitchcock {Joseph°, Joseph* , NathanieP , John^ , Luke}-) 
son of Dr. Joseph and Hannah (Livermore) Hitchcock, was born in 
Brimfield, Mass., April 5, 1781. He married Dec. 3, 1807, Catherine 
daughter of James Blair, who was noted in the Revolutionary war 
and settled in Waterford, Pa., about 1817 ; removed to Madison, 0., 
1826. She died in Waterford, Pa., Dec. 27, 1823. He died in 
Tioga Co., N. Y., Dec. 26, 1833. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Ltdia Orpha, b. Xov. 21, 1808; m. KeUogg; address, 

Madison, Lake Co., 0. 



298 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

ii. Polly, b. May 1, 1811. 
iii. Anna, b. Feb. 5, 1814; m. Bester. 

iv. LoDiSA, b. Feb. 11, 1815; m. Kendricks; address, Mead- 

ville, Pa. 

277. V. Marsena, b. Aug. 10, 1818; address, Cleveland, 0. 

vi. Almira, b. Sept. 3, 1820; m. Flowers; res. near Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. 

278. vii. Gaius, b. May 25, 1822; m. Sarah J. McClelland. 



142. 

David^ Hitchcock (Obed°, Joseph'^, NathanieP, John^, Luke^) 
son of Obed and Mary (Dunham) Hitchcock, was born in Brimfield, 
Mass., Dec. 31, 1779. He married Jan. 3, 1802, Olive Stebbins of 
Monson, Mass. He was a farmer and moved to Westfleld, Vt. a few 
years before. He died there Dec. 5, 1810. She died Jan. 14, 1842, 
ae. 70. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

279. i. Horatio', b. Sept. 13, 1802 ; m. 1st Lucinda Howe. 

ii. David, b. March 15, 1805, in Westfleld, Vt. ; d. April 13, 1805. 
iii. Mary, b. March 18, 1806, in Westfleld; d. Dec. 8, 1810. 

280. iv. Hiram Newton, b. July 4, 1808; m. 1st, Submit Perkins. 

V. Aphia, b. Oct. 29, 1810; d. Jan. 9, 1811. 



143. 

Levi^ Hitchcock {Obed^, Joseph^, Nathaniel^, John'^,LaW) son 
of Obed and Mary (Dunham) Hitchcock, was born in Brimfield, 
Mass., Aug. 26, 1788. He married Sally Hunt and died in West- 
fleld, Vt., in 1839 or '40. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Asenath', b. Jan. 3, 1819, in Westfleld, Vt. 
ii. Samantha, b. July 30, 1820. 
iii. Betsey, b. May 16, 1822. 
iv. Justus, b. March 20, 1824; m. Sarah Green of Palmer; he 

had: 1, Olive'; 2, Minnie. 
V. ■ Philo, b. Feb. 8, 1826; m. Ruth Kimball, Warren, Mass. 
vi. Nancy E., b. Nov. 17, 1829 ; d. 1832. 
vii. Asa N., b. Sept. 3, 1832. 
viii. Abigail S., b. Oct. 28, 1835. 



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144. 



Ira^ Hitchcock {Nathaniel^, Joseph'^, Nathaniel^, JoJin^ Luke^) 
son of Nathaniel and Kuth Hitchcock, was boni in Brimfield, Mass.,. 
May 3, 1777. He married May 3, 1804, Percis Newell. He died 
April 9, 1844. She died July 24, 1859. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

i. Lucy', b. July 29, 1804; m. Feb. 23, 1831, Samuel Hopkins 
Bliss, b. Sept. 8, 1799, son of Isaac and Ruth (Hitchcock) 
Bliss of "Warren, Mass. She had six sons of whom five- 
enlisted in the Union Army in the war of the Rebellion 
and one was killed. She died Nov. 28, 1850; children: 
1, Daniel^ Bliss; 2, Mandolph Bliss; 3, Amos Bliss; 4,. 
Charles Bliss ; 5, George Bliss. 
ii. Abnee, b. Feb. 18, 1806; m. Lucinda Barber; d. Sept. 1, 1863. 

281. iii. Makcus, b. Nov. 26, 1808; m. Patty Bliss. 

iv. Sally, b. April 6, 1811; m. Nov. 18, 1854, Hiram Upham. 
V. Ruth, b. Jan. 8, 1813; m. 1st, Oct. 30, 1839, King H. Moore- 

of Syracuse; m. 2d, Sept. 16, 1850, Elisha Ford, 
vi. Amos, b. March 16, 1818 ; lived in Fayetteville, Ala. 

145. 

Artemas^ Hitchcock (J^athaniel^, Joseph''', Nathaniel^, John^,. 
Luke^) son of Nathaniel and Ruth Hitchcock, was born March 9,. 
1781. He married March 9, 1800, Abigail Brooks, who died Sept. 
23, 1865. He died April 20, 1866. 

his children were : 

282. i. Sylvester', b. Nov. 2, 1806. 

ii. Mary A., (or Miriam as in Brimfleld town records) b. April 1,- 

1808 ; d. April 20, 1811. 
iii. Calvin, b. March 29, 1810; m. May 7, 1834, Dorinda Stearns. 

283. iv. William Emerson, b. June 4, 1812; m. March 29, 1863, Clara- 

L. Felton. 
V. Ambrose Newton, b. Nov. 28, 1813; at one time ch. member 
at Monson, Mass.; Gr. Yale College 1840 ; teacher ; d. Aug. 
8, 1842. 
vi. Abigail, b. Feb. 9, 1816; m. Jan. 27, 1839, Marshall Andrews, 
vii. Mary A., b. April 7, 1819 ; m. Aug. 4, 1842, Frank Merriam. 
viii. Philomela, b. Deo. 10, 1820 ; d. Aug. 10, 1842. 
ix. Harriet N., b. June 9, 1826; m. May 18, 1847, Hershell Ben- 
son and d. in 1851. 
X. Ann K., b. July 29, 1830; m. John Andrews; d. Dec. 3, ISe.'i-.- 



300 DESCENDANTS OP LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

146. 

Julius^ Hitchcock (Elislia^, Joseph'^, Nathaniel^, John^, Luhe^) 
son of Elisha and Ursula (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born at Brim- 
field, Mass., Oct. 3, 1777. He married in Ludlow, Vt., Dec. 6, 
1804, Huldah Powers, born May 1, 1781, in Westminster, Vt. He 
'died Nov. 10, 1815. 

HIS OHILDKEN WERE : 

284. i. Russell', b. Dec. 22, 1805; m. Laura Chaflee. 

285. ii. Julius Austin, b. Jan. 20, 1808; m. RhodaPerham. 
ill. Mary Ann, b. April 5, 1810. 

iv. William, Bingham, b. Jan. 8, 1812; m. Lavinia "Williams, and 

had: 1, Joseph'; 2, Abbii?. 
V. Daniel, b. Sept. 1], 1814; settled in Tewksbury, Mass. 

147. 

Caleb^ Hitchcock {Elisha^, Joseph^, Nathaniel^, John^, Luke^) 
■son of Elisha and Ursula (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born in West- 
minster, Vt., March 29, 1779. He married March 3, 1802, Nancy 
Eaton of Hinsdale, N. H. He died in Westfleld, Vt., Sept. 15, 1825. 
his children were: 
i. Emily', b. Dec. 20, 1803, in Westminster, Vt. ; m. Aug. 20, 
1830, Josepli Kinney. She d. Feb. 18, 1872. She had: 1, 
Nancy AP. Kinney; 2, Charles F. Kinney; 3, John J. 
Kinney ; 4, Olive M. Kinney. 
ii. Eunice, b. Dec. 10, 1805, in W. ; m. Nov. 19, 1831, Osmynd 
Stebbins andhad: 1, Wallace^ Stebbins ; 2,Selen Stebbins; 
3, Halina Stebbins; 4, Julia A. Stebbins; 5, Mat'y Stebbins; 
G, John P. Stebbins; 7, John A. Stebbins; 8, Sarah E. 
Stebbins. 
iii. Nancy, b. Westfleld, Vt., Jan. 2, 1808; m. Dec. 27, 1831, Wil- 
liam Pike, and had: 1, Lucy^ Pike; 2, Paphro Pike; 3, 
Lydia Pike; 4, Emily Pike. 
Arad Hunt, b. Oct. 21, 1811; m. M. Brown. 
Hakvey, b. Feb. 25, 1814; m. 1st, Mahala Ward. 
HliiAM, b. Jan. 25, 1816; m. Harriet A. Burnham. 
Ephraim Eaton, b. Sept. 2, 1822 ; m. 1st, Nov. 11, 1846, Melin- 
da R. Burba, who d. Feb., 1847. He married 2d, July 8, 
1863, Elizabeth Gibson of Stanbridge, Quebec, at Pelham 
Manor, N. Y. 
Elvira Winslow, b. Feb. 14, 1825 ; m. Jan. 1, 1845, Charles 
Crane. She had: 1, Elizabeth^ Crane; 2, Clarence E. 
Crane; 3, Charles H. Crane. 



286. 


iv. 


387. 


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288. 


vi. 




vii. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. SOI' 

148. 

EusHA^ Hitchcock {Elislia° , Joseph'^ , Nathaniel^, John^ , Luke^) 
son of Elisha and Ursula (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born in "West- 
minster, Vt., Feb. 22, 1782. He married 1st, Oct. 30, 1806, Whit- 
ingham, Vt., Editha Gains, boin in Enfield, Conn., Feb. 11, 1783,. 
who died Nov. 23, 1846. He married 2d, Lucinda (Winslow) 
Hitchcock, widow of Thomas Hitchcock, and daughter of Shubal 
Winslow. She died at Westfield, Vt., Feb. 11, 1857. He was a 
farmer and carpenter and died in Xorwalk, Ohio, Aug. 28, 1869. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. James Gains', b. Wardsboro, Vt., Aug. 9, 1807; d. Lowell,- 

rt., July 7, 1833. 
ii. Editha, b. Westfield, Vt., Nov. 17, 1809. 
lil. Bachel, b. Sept. 20, 1811 ; d. March 6, 1813 at Westfield. 
iv. Fidelia Eachel, b. Westfield, Vt., Sept. 13, 1813. 
V. Josiah, b. Nov. 17, 1815; d. March 11, 1820, at W., Vt. 
vi. Burt, b. Feb. 3, 1818; d. Aug. 7, 1820, at W., Vt. 
vii. Le-^t Parsons, b. Sept. 2, 1822; d. March 17, 1846, at Waits-- 
field, Vt. 

149. 

Amos^ Hitchcock {ElisJia^, Joseph''', Nathaniel^, Jolm"^, Liike^) 
son of Elisha and Ursula (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born in West- 
minister, Vt., April 27, 1784. He married, Nov. 7, 1807, Achsah 
Hendee, who died Feb. 2, 1852. He died Feb. 24, 1878. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Harriet', b. Westfield, Vt., May 28, 1809; m. Elkanah Free- 
man, settled in Campton, 111. and d. there Nov. 5, 1867.. 
She had : 1, Franklin^ Freeman, b. Jan. 8, 1841 ; 2, Amos 
Elkanah Freeman, h. Aug. 15, 1842; 3, Caroline Almira 
Freeman, h. Feb. 5, 1845; 4, John Ambrose Freeman, b. 
Aug. 14, 1847; 5, Emma Freeman, b. Feb. 4, 1850; 6, 
Francis Edmond Freeman, Jan. 8, 1852; 7, Alvan Blair 
Freeman, b. Jan. 7, 1854. 
ii. Aljhra, b. Nov. 9, 1810; m. Jan. 1, prob. 1843, Samuel Pauley,- 
settled at Blackbury, 111., and had: 1, Mobert Freeman^ 
Pauley, b. Nov. 1, 1843; 2, Martha Ann Pauley, b. Dec. 
22, 1845 ; 3, Eliza Jane Pauley, b. July 12, 1849 ; 4, Samuel 
Edwin Pauley, b. Nov. 27, 1851; 5, Emma'Louisa Pauley,. 
b. March 6, 1854. 
289. iil. Wblllam Hbndee, b. April 27, 1812. 



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290. iv. Orus, b. Jan. 22, 1814; m. Harriet Foss. 

V. Calvin, b. Nov. 27, 1815 ; killed by lightning, July 25, 1838. 
vi. Emelinb, b. Aug. 22, 1817; m. Nov. 23, 1847, Ira Goodell and 
had: 1, Amos A^. Goodell, h. June 13, 1849; 2. Silu E. 
Qoodell, b. Nov. 17, 1852. 
vii. Amos Ambrose, b. July 9, 1819; d. Feb. 11, 1821. 
viii. Mehit ABLE, b. Jan. 16, 1822; m. 1st, at Dummerston, Vt., 
Sept. 1, 1843, George W. Gass; m. 2d, Elbridge Smith of 
Medway, Mass. and had: 1, George Eno^ Gass, b. Jan. 8, 
1845 ; 2, Josephine Gass, b. April 29, 1849 ; and by 2d 
husband: 3, Elwyn Smith; 4, Effie Smith; 5, Myron 
Smith. 
ix. Ira, b. Jan. 1, 1824; d. Dec. 16, 1869. 
X. BUTH M., b. Dec. 11, 1825. 
xl. John, b. Dec. 16, 1827; d. Jan. 3, 1851. 

150. 

Simonb Hitchcock {Elisha^ , Joseph* , NathanieP, John^, Luke^) 

.■son of Elisha and Ursula (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 22, 

1786. He married at Putney, Vt., Dec. 22, 1809, Clarissa Moore, 

born there March 24, 178H. He settled in Putney and died March 

.27, 1859. 

his children were : 
i. Abijah Moore', b. Dec. 5, 1810; d. May 27, 1832. 
ii. Louisa Susannah, b. Nov. 8, 1812; d. Aug. 17, 1880. 
iii. Simon Schuyler, b. Feb. 1, 1816; m. Sept. 22, 1840, Fidelia 
Chandler. 

iv. Josiah Hubbard, b. Oct. 1, 1818; m. Chamberlain, and 

d. March 7, 1866. 
V. Melinda Clarissa, b. March 23, 1821 ; m. Freeman Gorham. 

Two children, 
vi. George Mbtoalf, b. Feb. 28, 1823; d. Putney, April 2, 1851. 
Vii. Martha Sophia, b. Feb. 13, 1825 ; d. July 1, 1831. 
viii. Charles Seymour, b. Feb. 13, 1828 ; d. June 17, 1831. 
ix. Lyman Warren, b. Feb. 12, 1830; d. May 1, 1831. 

151. 

Joseph^ Hitchcock (Elisha^, Joseph*, NathanieP , John^ , LuJce^) 
son of Elisha and Ursula (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born at West- 
minster, Vt., June 28, 1788. He married there May 8, 1808, Betsey 
Prentiss, b. Sept. 3, 1787. He was a mechanic in early life but a 
farmer in later years. He and his wife were among those who formed 



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the first church in Westfield, Vt., where he was a Deacon for sixty 
years. She died Nov. 17, 1877. He died July 11, 1878. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. LrcRETiA', b. Westminster, Vt., Dec. 8, 1808; m. Nov., 1843, 
Henry Wlieeler of Keene, N. H. 

291. ii. Henky S., b. Oct. 13, 1810; m. 1st, Lovisa Hall. 

iii. Sakah, b. Westfleld, Vt.,]Srov. 28, 1812 ;m. 1837, George Parks, 
of Lowell, who d. Jan. 3, 1878. Has three children. 

iv. Ursula, b. Westminster, Oct. 19, 18U; m. 1833, C. P. Fitz- 
simmons, who d. Dec. 4, 1882. Seven children are living 
In Iowa. 

292. V. Reuben P., b. July 12, 1816; m. Emily Graves. 

vi. Orpha G., b. Feb. 8, 1819, at Westfleld; m. May 31, 1840, C. 
L. Holmes of Lowell, Mass. Shed. June 21, 1880. Three 
children living, 
vii. Esther, b. April 7, 1821, at Westfield ; d. nnm. March 24, 1845. 

293. viii. ROLLiN G., b. Oct. 17, 1823; m. Lucy Nelson. 

ix. Caleb E., b. Westfleld, Sept. 6, 1825; m. Nov., 1848, Cornelia 
Bridgham of Rodman, N. Y. ; d. New Haven, Conn., 
Sept. 23, 1852; had: 1, Julia C^, b. Feb. 28, 1849; 2, 
Eugenia, b. Nov. 2, 1851. 

294. X. WiLLLOi G., b. March 16, 1828 ; m. 0. E. Clark. 

xi. Eliza R., b. Craft&bury, Vt., Aug. 26, 1830; m. Jan. 4, 1849, 
Homer N. Hendee of Worth, N. Y. Two children. 

152. 

Abel^ Hitchcock (.BZis/ia^, i7bsep7t*, NathanieP, John^, Luke^) 
son of Elisha and Ursula (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 
13, 1797. He married at Westminster, Vt., Jan. 30, 1821, Lucinda 
Mason, b. Aug. 6, 1797. She died Jan. 1, 1872. He is now living 
and has eight great grand-children. 

HIS children were: 
i. LuctM'., b. Jan. 12, 1822; m. Oct. 5, 1846, Philip Pond of 
Rutland, Wis. and d. there Jan. 4, 1872. She had: 1, 
Lucy Jane? Pond, b. Aug. 14, 1847 ; 2, Webster 21. Fond, 
b. Sept. 25, 1849; 3, Elpha T. Pond, b. Aug. 14, 1852; 4, 
Alma Pond, b. July 29, 1855. 
ii. Electa, b. March 26, 182-; d. April 3, 182-, at Westminister, 
iii. Maria E., b. Nov. 9, 1827; m. at Union, Wis., Sept. 5, 1848, 
N. W. Dennis, b. Oswego, N. Y., June 18, 1824; children : 
1, Charles TT'*. Dennis, b. Rutland, Wis., Aug. 13, 1849; 2, 
Esther L. Dennis, b. March 15, 1852 ; 3, Dewitt B. Dennis, 
b. Nov. 24, 1855; 4, Abel H. Dennis, b. Dec. 29, 1860; 5, 
Jidia M. Dennis, \>.3\x\y 10, 1864; 6, Ira B. Dennis, b. 
April 10, 1870. 



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153. 

Aaron Charles^ Hitchcock (Elisha^ , Joseph* , Nathaniel^ , John^ , 
Luke^) son of Elisha and Ursula (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born 
in "Westminster, Vt., Jan. 8, 1804. He married Jan. 23, 1827, Polly 
Eastman of Newfane, Vt. He died at Troy, Vt., June 25, 1843. 
He was a representative from Westfield to the Vermont Legislature. 
His widow died Jan. 24, 1863. The children were all born at 



Troy, Vt. 



HIS CHILDREN WBRB : 



295. i. SamublE'., b. Jan. 30, 1829; m. Sarah Trumpass. 

ii. Russell, b. June 1, 1831; m. Dec. 11, 1864, Sarah J. George 
of Westfield, Vt. ; child: 1, Alvah G^, b. May 6, 1868; 
d. April 16, 1873, at Lawrence, Mass. 
ill. Ezra, b. Sept. 22, 1832; d. Dec. 29, 1859. 

296. iv. Simon, b. Jan. 31, 1835; m. Alice Brown. 

V. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 28, 1836. 
vi. Sophronia, b. July 20, 1839. 



154. 

Samuel Bliss^ Hitchcock {Peter^, Joseph'^, Nathaniel^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Dea. Peter and Ruth (Bliss) Hitchcock, was born in 
Brimfleld, Mass., April 27, 1777. He married there, Feb. 19, 1800, 
Azubah Blashfield, born at Brimfleld, June 27, 1777. He emigrated 
to Homer, N. Y., in 1800, taking their eldest child, and all their 
eflfects for farming and housekeeping with one ox-team. He was a 
shoemaker and inventor of peg-shoes, and all of his sons were either 
practical shoemakers or dealers. He died in Homer, Sept. 20, 1850. 
His widow died Oct. 25, 1863. 

HIS childebn were : 

297. i. Augustus Bliss', b. Sept. 2, 1800; m. Jane Van Busklrk. 

li. Lois, b. Aug. 17, 1803 ; m. April 26, 1826, IraBowen of Homer, 

N. Y. 
iii. Peter, b. 1805; d. abt. 1870; no child. 

298. iv. Alfred, b. Nov. 30, 1806; m. Susan Briggs. 

V. Mary, b. Homer, July 16, 1809 ; m. March 28, 1831, Eev. E. 
Bronson, Towanda, Pa. 

299. vi. Coleman, b. March 9, 1821 ; m. 1st, Susan Clark. 



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305 



155. 



Dan^ Hitchcock (Heli°, Joseph'^, Nathaniel, John^, Luke^) son 
of Heli and Tryphena (Goodell) Hitchcock, was born June 3, 1786. 
He married Eliza "Wilson and died May 26, 1876. 

HIS CHU-DKEN WERE : 

i. Amanda'. 

li. EuSEBiA, b. Chittenden, Vt.,; m. Daniel Mitchell; res. in 

Nebraska, 
iii. Tryphena, b. Chittenden; m. Matterson; d. in Vt. 
iv. Elizabeth, b. Chittenden ; m. Kodolphns Burt ; res. in Mich. 
V. Fidelia, b. Chittenden ; m. Hiram Fisk ; d. 1855 at Nankin, 

Mich, 
vi. John Calvin, d. in hospital during the war. 
Til. Cynthia, m. Richard ChenneU; living in Mich. 

156. 

Kev. Calvin^ Hitchcock, D. D. LL. D., {Heli^, Joseph*, Xathan- 
ieP, JoJin^, Luke^) son of Heli and Tryphena (Goodell) Hitchcock, 
was born at "Westminster, "Vt., Oct. 25, 1787. He graduated at 
Andover Theological Seminary in 1814 ; was pastor of the Congre- 
gational church at Newport, R. I., 1815 — 20, then for thirty years in 
Randolph. He married Eliza Russell Stephens. He died at "Wren- 
tham, Mass., Dec. 3, 1867. He received the degree of LL. D. 
in 1841. 

his children were : 
1. Robert Stevens', b. Jan. 19, 1818; m. Dec. 28, 1871, Jennie 
B. Adams, of Lexington, Ky. He was Minister at Mav- 
erick ch. in East Boston in 1850. No children, 
ii. Hannah S., b. 1819 ; d. 1838. 
iii. Sarah G. , b. 1820. 
300. iv. Dr. Joseph G. S., b. 1823. 

V. Abby E. , b. 1829 ; m. Plimpton. 

157. 

Heli^ Hitchcock (Heli^, Joseph*, XathanieP, John^, Luke^) son 
of Heli and Tryphena (Goodell) Hitchcock, was born Nov. 29, 1798. 
He married Sarah Farr, born Aug. 8, 1796, daughter of Abraham 
and Molly (Harris) Farr, and died at South Hadley Falls, March 2, 
1872. His wife died May 20, 1871. 
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306 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. Ctnthia Elvira', b. Chittenden, Vt., May 17, 1821 ; m. Fran- 
cis R. Pierce, May, 1846; d. Enfleld, Conn., Sept. 8, 1848. 
He d. Feb. 20, 1882. 

301. ii. Heli H., b. March 7, 1823; m. Joan Brayman. 

iii. Cornelia Jbrusha, b. Aug. 21, 1826 at Chittenden ; m. March 
14, 1857, James E. Hathaway, at Jamaica, Vt. She d. 
Oct. 16, 1891. Her children were : I, Harriet Augusta^ 
Hathaway, b. Jan. 2, 1859; 2, Frank Abraham Hathaway, 
b. Jan. 10, 1860; ^, Henry Heli Hathaway, b. Dec, 1862;- 
4, Georgiana Hathaviay, b. Nov. 22, 1866. 

302. iv. Abraham Farr, b. May 16, 1829 ; m. Caroline Rockwell. 

V. Marshall Monroe, b. Aug. 15, 1832; d. Feb. 6, 1834. 

303. vi. RuEUS Clark, b. Sept. 11, 1835; m. Louisa St. John. 

vii. Sarah Adaline, b. Westminster, Vt., May 15, 1838; m. Nov. 
28, 1861, Osro Watts Sanford of Westfield, Mass. and 
has: 1, Edgar Hubert Sanford, b. Sept. 14, 1862; d. Sept. 
10, 1863 ; 2, Herbert Osro Sanford b. Sept. 26, 1864 ; 3, Addie 
Louise Sanford, b. Jan. 13, 1867 ; 4, 2Iary Ellen Sanford, b. 
July 30, 1874; d. April 18, 1887; 5, Walter Howard San- 
ford, b. April 30, 1878. 

158. 

Heber^ Hitchcock (Medad^, Joseph'^, Nathaniel^, John^, Luke''-) 
son of Medad and Martha (Stebbics) Hitchcock, was born at Brim- 
field, Mass., Aug. 20, 1784. He married Lydia ^\inslow, daughter 
of Shubael Winslow from or near Brookfield and she died Feb. 17, 
1829. She was sister of the wife of his brother Thomas. He mar- 
ried 2d, Luciuda. He was a tanner. 

his children were : 
i. Elvira', b. Westfield, Vt., Feb. 11, 1810. 

304. li. Medad, b. Jan. 14, 1812; m. Patty Miller, 
iil. AzuBAH, b. April 12, 1817, in Westfield. 

159. 

Medad Smith^ Hitchcock {Medad°, Joseph* , Xathaniel^ , JoJin^, 
Luke^) son of Medad and Martha (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born 
in Brimfield, Mass., Dec. 6, 1798. He married Jan. 31, 1822, Patty 
Hitchcock, daughter of Elisha, b. Westminister, Vt., May 25, 1795. 
He went when a lad with his father from Brimfield, to Westfield, Vt. 
and lived a farmer on the farm commenced by his father and now in 



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307 



possession of his son Aaron Charles. He died Nov. 25, 1840 and 
his widow Aug. 7, 1882. 

HIS CniLDREX WERE : 

i. Aakos Charles', b. July 19, 1823, iu Westfielcl, Vt. ; ni. March 
12, 1849, Calista Jenkins of Kirby, Vt. andliacl: 1, Charles 
S'., b. Dec. 22, 1850; d. Oct. 12, 1869; 2, Edward A., b. 
Oct. 24, 1853; d. Sept. 13, 1875; 3, Em.ma C, b. Aug. 13, 
1856; m. Sept. 21, 1876, Hiram 0. Jliller. They have: 
1, May MK Miller, b. July 13, 1877. 
.305. 11. Medad Clark, b. Jan. 5, 1825; ID. Lucinda Burba. 

Hi. JuLL\ Axx, b. Xov. 16, 1826; m. Wm. H. Richardson; res. 

Chicopee ; no children, 
iv. Jaxette, b. Feb. 15, 1829; m. Nov. 1, 1853, Daniel W. Janes. 

Four children; res. E. Brimfleld. 
y. Llxia Patty, b. June 20, 1831; m. Charles C.Stoddard; d. 
Aug. 9, 1882. Four children. 

306. ' vi. Perry Smith, b. .Jan. 22. 1836; m. il. :M. Green. 

160. 

Jaiei's^ Hitchcock (Anwn^, Joseph*, XdthcmieP , Jolin^, Luke''-) 
son of Jairus and Mary (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was bom Jan. 22, 
1787. He married at Westminster, Vt., Abigail Frink, daughter of 
Peter and Priscilla Frink of Barre, who died in Ashbj', Mass. He 
died ia Ashby, May 16, 1867. 

HIS CTirLDREN WERE : 

307. i. George Loyixg', b. Sept. 28, 1812 ; m. Eliza SparhaAvk. 

11. Mary Stebbixs, b. April 6, 1816; d. 1852, at Bellows Falls, 
ill. JusTix Frisk, b. Dec. 10, 1817; d. y. 

308. Iv. Joseph Frixk, b. April 10, 1820 ; m. Susan S. Persons. 

V. Laura Jaxe, b. July 23, 1822 ; m. A. Eeynolds ; was buried in 
"Westminster, Vt. Three children, 
vi. Julia Axn, b. April 13, 1824; m. J. Willard. Two children. 

161. 

Aaron^ Hitchcock (Aaron^, Joseph"^, XatJuinieP, John^, Luke^) 
son of Aaron and Mary (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 27, 
1791. He married Jan. 21, 1827, Azubah Chaffee, born Jan. 18, 
1795. She died at Westminster, Vt., Jan. 7, 1842. He died Oct., 
1877. 

CHILD. 

i. John M'. 



308 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

162. 

MosES^ Hitchcock (John^, Jchn^, NathanieP, John^, Luke^) son 
of John and Lucy (Collon) Hitchcock, was born May 31, 1778. 
He married June 2, 1799, Hannah Baird of Pittsford, Vt., born at 
Worcester, Mass., Feb. 1, 1780. He was a Bloomer by trade and 
later a farmer. He died in Pottsdam, N. Y., March 8, 1848. She 
died at Council Bluffs, Iowa, Dec. 16, 1873. 

HIS CHILDREN WEEB : 

309. i. Lorenzo E'., b. March 10, 1800; m. 1st, Jerusha Alden. 

ii. Polly A., b. Jan. 4, 1802; m. April 26, 1820, Clark Taft, b. 
1800. 

310. iii. Joel, b. May 21, 1804; m. Ruah Stevens. 

iv. Harriet E.,b. Dec. 18, 1806; m. June 13, 1824, in Traverse 

City, Mich., Robert A. Campbell, who died Feb. 1, 1885. 

V. Ldcinda, b. Feb. 13, 1809 ; m. Jonathan Stevens, Member of 

Parliament, Hemraindford, Can. ; who d. about 1853. 
vi. Sally A., b. Nov. 16, 1811 ; d. March 5, 1814. 
vii. Hannah H., b. Dec. 14, 1813; d. Dec. 25, 1813. 

311. viii. Bliss D., b. Jan. 6, 1815; m. Abigail Train. 

is. Millard M., b. May 13, 1817; d. July 15, 1862. 

312. X. William L., b. March 31, 1821; m. Feb. 25, 1847, Sarah S. 

Cobb, 
xi. Fanny M., b. Feb. 9, 1824; m. James Killday. She d. at 
Council Bluffs, Sept. 23, 1883. 

163. 

John Colton " Hitchcock {John ^ , John''' , Nathaniel^ , John'^, Luke^) 
son of John and Lucy (Coltou) Hitchcock, was born in Western, 
now Warren, Mass., Nov. 16, 1791. He married March 19, 1812, 
Irene Clark of Rutland, Vt., born at Keene, N. H., Nov. 8, 1793. 
She died in New London, Iowa, July 5, 1876 and he died there Dec. 
1, 1877. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Lucy Colton', b. Pittsford, Vt.,Dec. 4, 1812; m. in Nelson, 
Ohio, April 17, 1831, Madison Miner, who d. in Tabor, 
Iowa, April 22, 1867. 

313. ii. John, b. Dec. 8, 1815 ; m. Eleanor G. Sherwood. 

iii. Rachel, b. Milton, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1817; m. Aug. 25, 1849, 
Charles R. Hitchcock of Davenport, Iowa, son of David 
and Sarah (Swan) Hitchcock. She d, in Plymouth, Iowa, 
Feb. 27, 1880. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 309 

iv. IKENA, b. Milton, N. Y., June 8, 1819; d. Oberlin, Ohio, Feb. 

20, 1862. 
314. T. Clakk, b. Sept. 25. 1821; m. 1st, L. A. Burnell. 

vi. FiDELLv, b. Welshfteld, 0., Jan. 9, 1824; m. April 16, 1841, 

Elbriclge Reed of Danville, Iowa, and she d. at Brighton, 

Iowa, Feb. 5, 1843. 
vii. Jerusha, b. Welshfleld, Ohio, Oct. 24, 1825; m. Wm. A. 

Wolcott. 
Till. Louisa, b. Nelson, 0., Jan. 25, 1828; d. Danville, Iowa, Jan. 

24, 1843. 
ix. LoRiNDA, b. Nelson, 0., March 30, 1830; m. Clement D. 

Tnttle. 
s. Lorenzo, b. Nelson, 0., July 9, 1832; m. Sept. 17, 1858, Deb- 

ora Jane Hunter. Two daus. 
xi. Mary, b. Nelson, Ohio, March 16, 1835; m. Oliver Perkins. 



164. 

Jeduthax" Hitchcock {EU^, John'*', XathanieP, JoJin^, Luke''-) 
son of Eli and Abigail (Olds) Hitchcock, was born at Pittsfield, 
Mass., Aug. 14, 1784. He married April 5, 1811, Urania Orvis, 
born Oct. 22, 1786. She died April 30, 1813, in Norwich, N. Y. 

He married 2d, Sept. 18, 1814, Sallie Mead of North Norwich, 
N. T., born May 17, 1788. She died May 20, 1858. He lived in 
Pittsfield until seven years old, then Lenox, Mass., until 1807, when 
he removed to Norwich, N. Y., where he remained fifty-five years 
until his death Nov. 4, 1862, se. 78. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Elvira A'., b. Aug. 1, 1812 ; m. Norwich, N. T., Marvin Wicks 

who d. there Sept. 16, 1870. She d. Brockport, N. Y., 

March 22, 1879. She had: 1, J/(7?o)j D\ WicJcs, b. Jan. 

3, 1837; 2, Ellen M. Wicks, b. Feb. 26, 1839. 
ii. Mary Ann, b. Nov. 14, 1815 ; m. Nov. 25, 1835, Eev. Willard 

M. Hoyt, of Norwich, Pres. Clergyman, 
iii. Lavixia, b. Norwich, March 22, 1820. 
iv. Sarah, b. Norwich, Aug. 6, 1822. 
V. EizpahB., b.July 26, 1824, atNorwich;m. April 9, 1846, John 

B. Hoyt of Coventry, N. Y., and d. Masonville, N. Y., 

Sept. 26, 1861. 
vi. Cornelia 6., b. Norwich, Jan. 14, 1829. (The unm. sisters 

live in Nonvich.) 



310 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH I. 

165. 

Sajhiel^ Hitchcock (-EZi^, Jb/in^, Nathaniel^, JoJin^, LuJce^) son 
of Eli aud Abigail (Olds) Hitchcock, was born June 26, 1788. He 
married, Sept. 11, 1810, Vesta Doud, born Oct. 10, 1793. He was 
a gardener and lived in Cortland, N. Y. She died in 1861 and he 
in 1866. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

1. Sox', b. and d. April 15, 1812. 
ii. Son, b. and d. May 25, 1813. 
iii. Son, b. and d. Aug. 5, 1814. 
iv. Vesta, b. June 20, 1816 ; lived -with H. J. Knapp of Fayette- 

ville, and d. unHi. May, 1890. 
V. Prosper, b. April 29, 1819; was a paper malser; m. Caroline 
Roe and d. Jan. 12, 1884. Had : 1, Bela^, m. and d. leav- 
ing one dan. Lula'^.how Mrs. George M. Keel of Cortland- 
vi. Gideon, b. April 30, 1821; d. Dec. 28, 1823. 
vii. Miranda, b. Jan. 26, 1823 ; m. John Duff and d. in 1869. They 
had: 1, Catherine JP. Duff, m. Henry J. Knapp of Fay- 
etteville and had four children ; 2, John 31. Duff, m. Kittie 
Dovner and have one child ; 3, Samuel G. Duff, m. Lucy 
Leach and has four children, 
vlii. Gideon, b. March 7, 1825; paper maker; m. 1st, Mary C. 
Smith; 2d, Mrs. B. Smith, has two married sons and all 
live at Council Bluffs, la. 
ix. Mary, b. June 18, 1827; d. Oct. 30, 1828. 
X. Stephen G., b. Aug. 8, 1830; printer, publisher and propri- 
etor of the Syracuse Sunday Times ; m. Jan. 2, 1851, 
Olive A. Turner. He d. Jan. 9, 1885, and left 1, Cora 
L'., who ih. Morton Wadman; has 1, Laura 0'. Wad- 
man; 2, George W. Wadman. 
xi. "William H., b. March 29, 1833 ; m. Delia Hibbard. 

166. 

John'' Hitchcock {Enoch^, John*, Nathaniel^ , John^ , Luke^) son 
of Enoch and Jane (Dunn) Hitchcoclv, was born at Westmoreland, 
Oneida Co., N. Y., May 14, 1793. He married 1st, in NiagaraCo., 
N. Y., Nov. 12, 181o, Susannah Swain, daughter of Isaac and Eliz- 
abeth (Hall) Swain, Born May 1, 1790, in "Wilmington, Eng. She 
died in 1828. He married 2d, Oct. 5, 1828, Eliza Kouse, daughter 
of Anthony and Eunice Rouse, widow of Alpheus Freeman, born 
May 25, 1799 and died in Chatswoith, 111., Aprill7, 1873. He died 
there Jan. 19, 1875. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 311 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Mary', b. June 29, 1819, In Cambria, X. T. ; m. May 9, 1841, 
Leonard Anson, who d. Jan. 31, 1880; shed. Feb. 22, 1884. 

Had 1, George Leonar(P Anson, b. 17, 1843; d. Sept. 

29, 1884 ; 2, Hattie Ellen Anson, b. Dec. 24, 1854 ; m. Sept. 
13, 1876, Clayton S. Boomer of Chicago, 
li. ALinKA Cornelia, b. June 3, 1820; d. June 13, 1820. 
iii. Ajierox Johx, b. July 17, 1822 ; d. at Spring Creek, 111., April 

2, 1864. 
iv. Eliza, b. Oct. 6, 1824; d. Oct. 18, 1824. 
V. SuSAX Eliza, b. Aug. 1, 1830; m. July .5, 1871, in Chelsea, 

Jlich. Daniel Elliott Bouse. No children, 
vi. Axgeli>;e Ellen, b. March 31, 1832; m. Jan. 11, 1860, Robert 
Darlington Major. Children: 1, Willie S^.JIajor, b.Dec. 
17, ]861; 2, Hattie D. Jlrijor., h. June 12, 1872; 3, yellie 
Dell Major, b. April 21, 1875. 
315. vii. ESTOCH SAMnEL, b. June 18, 1834; m. S. Kenard. 

viii. \y. H., b. Locljport, X. Y., Not. 19, 1840; enlisted in tbe 8tli 
111. Reg. in 1861 and d. at Alexandria, Va., in 1862. 

167. 

Jajies* Hitchcock (Enoch^, John*, XathanieP , John^, Luke^) son 
of Enoch and Jane (Dunn) Hitcbcock, was born Oct. 17, 1794. 
He married Hannah 'U'elch and lived in Gasport, K. T. and in Adrian, 
Michigan. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Louisa', b. Sept. 3, 1817, at Gasport, X. Y.; m. Wm. Xixon. 

ii. liEziAH, b. Oct. 28, 1819, at Gasport; m. IngersoU Calkins ; 

d. June 23, 1855. 

iii. Fannie, b. Dec. 20, 1821, at Gasport; m. Asa Coi-nell. 

iv. Samuel, b. July 3, 1824, at Gasport; m. Jane West. 

V. Harvey', b. Aug. 27, 1827, at Gasport; m. Kate Bogart. 

vi. WlLLiAJl, b. at Adrian, Mich., May 9, 1842. 

168. 

Samuel Enoch •* Hitchcock {Enoch°, John*, XathanieP, John^, 
Lake^) sou of Enoch and Jane (Dunn) Hitchcock, was born in 
Oneida Co., X. Y., June, 1798. When ten years old his parents 
moved to Niagara Co., where he lived until 1840, probably at Gas- 
port, where his only child, a daughter of his 2d wife was born. He 
married 1st, AVidow Smedley, id, JMiss Sophia Worthington and 3d, 



312 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Mrs. Samantha Farwell of Sandusky, O. " Many relatives of his 
2d wife," so writes a friend, " were left orphans and he took care of 
them. We have often heard him remark that he had brought up 
fourteen orphan children who call him father." He removed to San- 
dusky City, O. and was there in 1849 when the cholera broke out. In 
that city of then from 5000 to 7000 inhabitants over 100 person died 
in three days. Fully half the people left their homes by the two 
lines of railroad south and the three lines of steamers to Cleveland, 
Toledo and Detroit. There was no railroad then to Cleveland. Eev. 
John Fisher, pastor of the Presbyterian church died and his remains 
were reverently placed in an unpainted coffin and Dea. Hitchcock 
and Henry Marsh, Esq., were the only persons who accompanied the 
remains to the grave and saw them properly buried. Dea. Hitchcock 
was heroic in care for the dying and the dead and proved himself one 
of those dauntless Christian men whom such an occasion brings to 
the front. For some days as our markets were forsaken we had to 
telegraph in the morning for our dinners which Cleveland sent free 
by the steamboat. Then Cincinnati moved her cholera hospital to 
Sandusky and in a few days sixty physicians came from different 
parts of Ohio. 

"In 1861 Dea. Hitchcock moved to Alpena, Mich., having pur- 
chased a tract of land where a large part of the city now stands. 
Six months after arriving here he was instrumental in organizing the 
first church in the county which consisted of eight members, he being 
one of the deacons until his death. The first meetings were held in 
a hall where to call the people together the Deacon suspended a part 
of a circular saw for a bell and made it ring by striking it with a 
hammer. 

' ' He was one of the early anti-slavery men of this country and will 
be long remembered by the early actors in that movement as wise in 
council and firm in action, yet never offensive in speech or uncharit- 
able to the motives of others." He died at Alpena, F'eb. 9, 1881. 



Cornelia', b. Aug. 15, 1831, at Gasport, Niagara Co., N. Y. ; 
m. in 1851, Judge Walter F. Stone, V). Nov. 18, 1822, and 
d. Dec. 23, 1874, Judge of Supreme Court, Sandusky. 
They had: 1, Mary S^. Stone; 2, Nellie C. Stone; 3, Wal- 
ter H. Stone. 



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169. 



316. 


1. 


317. 


ii. 




iii. 




iv. 



Ephraim^ Hitchcock (PauP, Paul*, David^, John^, Lvke'^) son 
of Paul and Abigail Hitchcock, was born at Monson, Mass., April 
13, 1767. He moved to Eeading, Vt. and married Catherine Wood. 
He afterwards settled with his brother Paul and sister Grace on No. 
6, 4th Eange of Hatlej' in 1796 and afterwards removed to the West. 
He died in Sparta, Upper Canada, in 1833. His wife diedatHatley, 
in 1830. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Epheaim', m. Esther Johnson. 
Artemas, b. Feb. 14, 1799 ; m. Mary Tilden. 
Polly, ra. G. W. Hart, had nine children. 
Hannah, m. Mr. Bajean; d. before 1833. 

170. 

Pacl^ Hitchcock (Paid^, Paul*, Bavid^, John-, Luke^) son of 
Paul and AbigailHitehcock, was born in IMonsou , Mass . , Xov. 24 , 1 772 . 
He married in Wethersfield, Vt., Hannah Pease, born there Nov. 30, 
1774. He settled in Hatley, P. Q. and died May 15, 1845. She 
died Jan. 14, 1851. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Lois", b. June 28, 1804; m. Appleton Plumley and had, 1, ; 

2, Apjfleto'n? Plumley, m. Eliza A. Hitchcock. 
Edward, b. May or Aug., 1806; m. M. Kezar. 
Sumner, b. April 27, 1809 ; m. Prudence Barber. 
Beaumond, b. Feb., 1811; m. Eebecca, dau. Stephen Lord. 
Paul, b. June 29, 1814; m. Emeline Woodward. 

171. 

TiMOTHr^ Hitchcock (David^, Paid*, David^, John'^, Litke^) son 
of David and Miriam (Merrick) Hitchcock, was born in Monson, 
Mass., March 18, 1768. He married 1st, Peggy Chandler and 2d, 
Patty Rice. He moved to Bainbridge, Chenango Co., N. Y., then 
to Cayuga Lake and finally to Holland Purchase, Caneadea, Alleghany 
Co., N. Y., in 1804. He took up a farm and worked all summer, 
in the fall went back to his family and returned in February and 
lived there the remainder of his life. His family all suffered from 
the sickness and privations common to pioneers in a new country. 
He died in Caneadea, April 26, 1829. 



318. 


ii. 


319. 


riii. 




iv. 


320. 


V. 



314 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN ^\^SRB : 

i. Merrick', b. Bainbriclge, N. Y., Oct., 1797; d. iinm. April 17, 

1861. 
il. Chandler, b. Jan. 10, 1799; d. Cayuga, as. 4. 

iii. Charles, b. ; d. Cayuga, £e. 3. 

321. iv. David, b. 1801 ; m. Martha Hoyt. 

V. Eleanor, b. June 3, 1802; m. Nov. 20, 1822, Charles Gleason 

of Rockingham, Vt. ; d. Dec, 1868. Nine children, 
vi. Hannah HOLBROOK, b. Jnly 4, 1804, at Bainbridge; m. June 

25, 1826, Alpheus Estabrools. Seven children, 
vii. Margaret, b. Oct. 18, 1807, at Caneadea; m. three times, 1st to 

Ariel Wadsvirorth . 
viii. Chester, m. Nancy Jones, had 1, Ashland^ and also a 
daughter, 
ix. Hector, a farmer; had three dans, and one son. 
X. LURANDY, m. a Pearl, 
xi. Arad, a farmer; m. Jones; had one son. 

172. 

David^ Hitchcock {Davicl^, Paul*, Davicl^, John^ , Liike^) son of 
David and Miriam (Merrick) Hitchcock, was bom in Rutland, Vt., 
in 1775. He was a millwright. He married 1st, TryphenaKetchnm 
and 2d, Widow King. David and his brother Arad went to Bain- 
bridge, N. Y., and in 1806 or 7, to Caneadea, N. Y., where they 
took up farms and introduced the first carding machine. David was 
town clerk in 1815. 

his children were : 
i. Marshal Victor', b. Aug. 13, 1809, in Bainbridge, N. Y. ; d. 

unm., March 12, 1887, in Englewood, 111. 
ii. Alonzo, b. Caneadea, April 13, 1812 ; m. Hannah E. Hellenbeck. 
He lived for a time in St. Louis where his children were 
born. He rem. to N. Y. City in 1861 and died there June 
4, 1884. "Alonzo Hitchcock the well known inventor 
died at his home in Beekman place on Wednesday, se. 71. 
He went to N. Y. City 23 years ago and engaged in the 
manufacture of hea^y mining machinery, notably the 
Idaho quartz crusher and the reversible Cornish roll. 
When Sir William Armstrong was perfecting his now 
famous gun, Mr. Hitchcock was suggesting the Hitch- 
cock gun, which was made of wrought iron, or low 
steel rings welded in the furnace. It was to be moved by 
compressed air. The works are still standing at Spring- 
field Armory, but idle since 1875 as the appropriation ran 



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out. During the war Mr. Hitchcock originated the Ryan 
revolving fort. The govermnent is now considering the- 
coustriiction of a similar iron fort. Mr. Hitchcock felt 
proudest of inventing the ' Vox humana ' for tremolo, 
now used by all large organ makers. He was an early 
friend of Abraham Lincoln." He had 1, HAKI,-VN^ b. St. 
Louis, Dec. 1, 1851; a Dr. unm. 2, Eomayn, b. June 13,- 
1857 ; m. Emma Louise Bingham and is now of Osaka, 
Japan; has no children. 



173. 

Aead^ Hitchcock {David^, Paul*, DavicP , John'-' , Litke^) son of 
David and Miriam (Merriclt) Hitcticock, was born in Eutland, Vt., 
Junel, 1781. He wentto Bainbridge and in 1806 or 7 took a farm in 
Caneadea, N. Y. The first grist mill there was set up by him in 
1824. He married in 1 81 4, Mftry Charlotte Ketchiim. HediedAugv 
7, 1851. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 
i. Luk:e', b. Sept. 25, 1816; d. unm. July 17, 1884. 

322. ii. George, b. Feb. 5, 1818; m. M. E. Addison, 
iii. Trttphena, b. Chautauqua, July 3, 1820. 

iv. EOSENA, b. Meigs Co., 0., Aug. 3, 1824. 

174. 

Ltjke^ Hitchcock (^Davkl^, Paul*, David^, Jolin^ . Luke^) son of 
David and Miriam (Merrick) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 21, 1786. 
He married 1st, Jan. 31, 1814, Sally Yale, who died Feb. 11, 1823.- 
He married 2d, April 8, 1824, Belinda Xickerson. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Maria Y'., b. Eeb. 13, 1816; m. March 3, 1842, George P. 

Ketchum and had : 1, Charles C". Eetclmm ; 2, Sarah H. 

Ketchum. 
ii. LovLLLA, b. May 7, 1818; m. Dec. 1, 1843, Oscar P. Evans and 

had: 1, Victor^ Ftons ; 2, George Carr Evans; 3, Lyman 

Evans ; the last two are not living. 

323. iii. Luke E., b. Feb. 11, 1823; m. S. A. Gregory. 

Iv. Sallt, b. Feb. 20, 1825; m. 1847, Gilbert Seelye. Children: 
1, Frederick^ Seelye; 2, Lulie ir. Seelye ;S, Andrevj Seelye ~ 
4, Florenee J/. Seelye ; 5, Ella 31. Seelye. 



316 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

175. 

JoHN^ Hitchcock (Jonathan^, Jonathan''', David^ , Jolm^ , Luke''-) 
son of Jonathan and Molly (Wood) Hitchcock, was born in Stafford, 
Conn., March 23, 1780. He married Aug. 29, 1802, Sally Morris, 
daughter of Isaac Morris, of South Wilbraham, Mass. and removed 
for several years to Boonville, Oneida Co., N. Y., but returned to 
Monson, Mass., where both died, he in 1854 and she in 1858. 

HIS CHILDKEN WBKE : 

i. Thieza Mokris', b. June 2, 1803 ; d. April 3, 1815. 
ii. Isaac Mokkis, b. Boonville, March 13, 1807; d. Nov. 2, 1809. 
lil. Alanson, b. Boonville, June 'JO, 1809; d. July 21, 1810. 
iv. John C, b. Boonville; d. Monson, Oct. 7. 1820. 
V. Luobtta, b. Nov. 15, 1813; m. Asa Bobbins of Monson and 
has: 1, John Henry^ Bobbins, b. 1835; 2, George Bobbins, 
b. 1848; d. Aug. 23, 1851. 

176. 

Ablando^ Hitchcock {Jonathan^, Jonathan'^, David^, Jolin^, 
Luke''-) son of Jonathan and Molly (Wood) Hitchcock, was born in 
Stafford, Conn., Aug. 8, 1790. He married Lucy Townsend and 
moved to Austerlitz, N. Y. and was living there in 1833. 

177. 

JoEL^ Hitchcock (Jonathan^, Jonathan^ , David^, John^, Luke') 
•son of Jonathan and Molly (Wood) Hitchcock, was born in Stafford, 
Conn., March 17, 1794. He married Dec. 6, 1821, published Nov. 
8, 1821, Eoxana Morris, born in South Wilbraham, now Hampden, 
Mass., June 22, 1795. He died in Monson, Feb. 19, 1856. Eoxana 
■diedJan. 14, 1890, se. 94 years, 6 months and 22 days. 
his children were : 
1. Harriet Emelinb', b. Monson, Sept. 26, 1822; m. Asa Davis 

of Springfield. Had : 1, JSattie^ Davis; 2, Henry Dams. 
ii. Isaac Morris, b. Jan. 28, 1824 ; m. Nov. 19, 1853, his cousin 

Polly Hitchcock, dau. of Arlando. No children, 
iii. Thieza Malvina, b. March 21, 1826 ; d. Sept. 26, 1828. 
iv. Sarah Ann, b. Feb. 6, 1828; m. May 1, 1851, Daniel Leonard 
of Monson. No child. 
324. V. David Hume, b. May 4, 1831; m. 1st, M. Bruce. 

vi. Mary Jane, b. July 7, 1837 ; yd. March 28, 1866, "William King 
of Monson. Two children. 



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SEVENTH GENERATION AND CHILDEEN. 
178. 

Eleazer'' Hitchcock {Reuben^, Jolvnfi, Jolin'^, JoJm^, JoJin',- 
Luke^) son of Reuben and Hannah (Smith) Hitchcock, was born 
Feb. 3, 1782. He married 1st, March 20, 1806, Lucy Pease, who- 
died Oct. 7, 1810. He married 2d, Aug. 15, 1815, Caroline Allen, 
born Dec. 10, 1786, who died Feb. 7, 1860. He was a seven months 
man in the war of 1812. He res. at Wilbraham, Mass., and died. 
July 5, 1864. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. ELIZA^b. May 9, i808; d. July 7, 1810. 

ii. JoHX Pease, b. May 13, 1810; d. 1844. 

iii. Lucy, b. Feb. 7, 1817. 

325. iv. Lyman, b. Oct. 26, 1819; m. Mary Payne. 

V. Caroline, b. Aug. 9, 1821. 

vi. Eliza, b. July 24, 1823. 

vii. Henry, b. July 26, 1825 ; d. May 12, 1867. 

326. viii. Hiram, b. July 26, 1825; m. C. L. Button. 

ix. Ealph a., b. Oct. 24, 1832; d. May 16, 1865. 

179. 

Ithaiiar'' Hitchcock {Aaron^, Jolin^ , JoJin^ , Jolin^ , John^ , Luke^) 
son of Aaron and Desire (Maxwell) Hitchcock, was born May 10,. 
1781. He married, 1st, Nov. 5, 1807, Polly Allen, daughter of 
Timothy Allen. She died Jan. 21, 1821. He married 2d, April 21, 
1824, her sister, Lois Andrews. He died Dec. 20,^ 1842 and his 
widow married, April 10, 1849, S. Pitkin Crane and died Oct. 24, 
1876. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

1. SoPHIA^ b. Sept. 14, 1808; m. Oct. 2, 1833, Noah Stebbins. 
il. George, b. Nov. 19, 1810; m. Sept. 10, 1836, Julia Ann 

Kenfield and d. Aug. 20, 1853. 
iii. SoPHRONiA, b. Sept. 13, 1814. 

327. iv. Walter, b. Sept. 9, 1816; m. Lucy E. 

328. V. Levi, b. July 24, 1819; m. 1st, Mary J. Johnson. 

vi. Mary, b. Eeb. 3, 1825; m. Amos Hines of Hampden, Mass.. 
(She is called Polly on "Wilbraham town records.) 



318 DESCENDANTS OF LDKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

180. 

Orein'' Hitchcock (Simeon^, Joh7i°,John'^,John^, John^ , LuJce^) 
son of Sirneon and Martha (Cottrell) Hitchcock, was born Dec. 23, 
1796. He married, June 29, 1818, Sally Moores, born June 3, 1798. 
He died April 10, 1832. She died Jan. 22, 1875. 

HIS CHILDIiEX WERE : 

i. Sally M'., b. May 2, 1819. 
ii. Laura Ann, b. Oct. 24, 1820. 
Hi. EPHRAI3I Burt, b. May 26, 1823; m. June 2, 1847, Lavinia C. 

Keufleld, b. Jan. 12, 1828. 
iv. Simeon A., b. Dec. 27, 1825; m. Betsey Perkins of Chicopee 

Falls; d. Aug. 21, 1872. Had: 1, BuRT DbWoliA 
V. Elvira C, b. Jan. 26, 1828 ; d. April 6, 1869. 
vi. Serena, b. Aug. 10, 1830. 
vii. Orrin, b. Jnly, 1832; d. winter of 1840. 

181. 

Ashbr'^ Hitchcock (Luther'^ , Josiah^, John-^, John^ , John^ , Lnke'^) 
son of Capt. Luther and Beulah (Chapin) Hitchcock, was born in 
Springfield, Mass., April 2, 1784. He married Dec. 5 or 24, 1807, 
Pamelia Warriner, born at Wilbraham, Mass., Oct. 24, 1786. He 
was a farmer and always lived in Springfield. He died Feb. 12, 
1855. His widow died in Wilbraham, Jan. 25, 1873. 
i-iis children were : 
i. SoPHKONiA^, b. Nov. 26, 1808 ; m. Jan. 13, 1837, Chauncey 
Sanderson of Springfield, Mass. 
Pliny, b. June 28, 1810 ; m. Lydia J. Hawley. 
Lyman, b. Sept. 12, 1812; m. Dorcas White. 
GteORGE, b. Oct. 1, 1814; m. Mary F. Bailey. 
LoviNiA, b. Jan. 1, 1817; m. Springfield, Feb. 17, 1842, John 
J. Hall of Brooklyn, L. I., and d. Springfield, Sept. 30, 
1865. 
Julia A., b. Feb. 25, 1819; m. June 1, 1837, James Otis of 

Springfield, and d. there Nov. 21, 1861. 
Samuel, b. March 1, 1821 ; m. Ann A. Earle. 
ASENATH, b. April 28, 1823; m. July 27, 1842, William D. 

Eaton of W. Brookfiekl, and d. Oct. 15, 1853. 
Harvey Cooley, b. March 5, 1825; m. 1st, C. J. Bowles. 
John, b. Mairch 25, 1827 ; ra. Abigail S. Tupper. 
Franklin, b. Sept. 16, 1829 ; m. Caroline Day of Springfield 

and d. there July 22, 1870. 
Pamelia, b. April 9, 1833 ; d. Springfield, Dec. 19, 1836. 



329. 


ii. 


830. 


lii. 


331. 


iv. 




V. 



332. 


vii. 




viii. 


333. 


Ix. 


334. 


X. 


335. 


xi. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



319 



182. 



Walter'^ Hitchcock (Luther^, Josiah^ , Jolin'^, John^, John-, 
Lake^) son of Capt. Luther and Beulah (Chapin) Hitchcock, was 
bom in Springfield, .Mass., Dec. 6, 1787. His intentions of mar- 
riage with Lucy White, daughter of Aaron "White, were entered 
Aug. 4th and published Aug. 8, 1808. She was born July 22, 
1786. Both were of Springfield. He was a blacksmith and served 
in the war of 1812, stationed at Boston. He moved from West 
Springfield in 1816 to Onondaga, N. Y. and thence to Cedar Falls, 
Iowa. He died at Shell Rock, Butler Co., Iowa, Jan. 19, 1876, and 
his widow died there Oct. 6, 1877. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

i. LuTHEK "White^, b. Dec. 1, 1808. 

ii. Cornelius, b. S"or. 2, 1811. 

ill. Samuel, b. Aug. 14, 1S13. 

iv. Francis, b. Sept. 26, 1814; num. 

V. Walter, b. April 24, lbl8. 

vi. Eliza Jaxe, b. May 16, 1820. 

vii. Aarox Elt, b. Feb. 16, 1823. 

vlii. CiLVRLES, b: May 5, 1826. 

ix. Lucy A., b. July 10, 1828; m. Bryan Fisher of Wilminp;- 
ton, 111. 

183. 

Theodore"^ Hitchcock {Bethuel'^, Josiah^, John'^, John^, John-, 
Luke^) son of Bethuel and Hannah (Ferre) Hitchcock, married 
Mabel Hubbell. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

i. Bethuel', went to the ilexican war ; m. Martha Pillow, 

ii. AxsdX, m. Ellen Stiffler. and had: 1, Axx-'; 2, Julia; bothd.y. 

lii. Axx', d. y. 

iv. Julia Axx, d. mira. 

\. Haxnah Lucixa, m. J. J. Maxwell in Alabama, X. Y. 

vi. Sa:muel, adopted by Mr. Gibson and toolv that name ; m. Mary. 

184. 

Otis'' Hitchcock {Bethuel^, Josiali^, John*,John^, John^, LuJce^) 
son of Bethuel and Hannah (Ferre) Hitchcock, married Sarah Del- 
ano. He died in Randolph, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1873, Widow Sarah 
died Jan. 6, 1877. 



338. 


vii. 


339. 


viii. 




ix. 




X. 



320 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. George', killed by being thrown from a horse, ae. 9. 
836. ii. Thomas J., b. Jan 27, 1823; m. Luclnda Search. 

111. Harriet, b. ? m. March 16, 1847, William Bowen and had ; 1, 
Elsie J^. Bowen, b. July 19, 1848; 2, Sarah Adaline Bowen, 
b. Feb. 6, 1851 ; 3, Harlan B. Bowen, b. Nov. 27, 1852; 4, 
Otis F. Bowen, b. April 24, 1857 ; 5, Olive Eliza Bowen, b. 
March 14, 1859 ; 6, Milan Bowen, b. Dec. 12, 1861 ; 7, Tyler 
Bowen, b. Aug. 15, 1865. 
337. iv. Truman, b. Aug. 26, 1827; m. Hannah Berry. 

V. Adaline, m. Rufus Crowley, who d. July 24, 1872 and she d. 

Dec. 6, 1873 ; no child, 
vi. Eliza, m. Isaac E. Tyler. She d. July, 1887. She had: 1, 
Adaline^ Tyler; 2, Otis Tyler; 3, Will J. Tyler; i, Mary 
Tyler. 
Edwin, m. Ellen Benson. 
MiLO, m. Louise Hill. 
Henry, d. y. 

Sarah A., b. Aug. 18, 1835; m.' July 10, 1831, James Gorton 
and had: 1, Jessie? ^Q-orton, b. March 18, 1861, inPortland, 
Mich. ; d. May 19, 1861 ; 2, Ch-atia B. Gorton, b. Sept. 16, 
1862; 3, H. Spencer Gorton, b. April 1, 1865; 4, Louise A. 
Gorton, b. Oct. 30, 1867. 
xi. Mary J., m. Alonzo Crosby, and had: 1, Shirley^ Crosby, b. 
March 1, 1862; 2, Muriel E. Crosby, b. Oct. 9, 1866; 3, 
Anna L. Crosby, b. March 3, 1875. 
xii. Alvin, d. in last war in TJtica asylum. 

185. 

Alvin'' Hitchcock {Bethuel^ , Josiah^ , John^ , John^ , John^, Luke^) 
son of Bethuel and Hannah (Ferre) Hitchcock, married Ann Sample. 
HIS children were : 
i. Jane®, m. Thomas Gorton. 
11. Matilda, m. Lyman Hitchcock. 

iii. George, m. Pamelia Fenner and had: 1, Cordelia'; 2, Flora 
3, Bert; 4, Ola. 

186. 

Lyman'' Hitchcock {Bethuel^, Josiah^, John''', John^, Jolin^, 
Luke^) son of Bethuel and Hannah (Ferre) Hitchcock, married 
Sally Cabbot. He died Jan. 17, 1890, in Alabama, Genesee Co., 
N. Y. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 321 

HIS CHILDREN WERB : 

i. Abbott', d. y. 
ii. Haxxah, d. y. 
iii. Noah, d. y. 
It. Alice, d. y. 
V. Lyman, m. Ms cousia Matilda Hitchcock, dau. of Alvln, had : 

1, Effie". 
vi. Maria, m. Abel Wight. 

vli. Chester, m. Ann Eliza Hodgkiss and had : 1, Ann Eliza' ; 2, 
Carrie; 3, Melvix; 4, Grant; 5, Blanch; 6, Cora; 7, 
Millie. 
viii. Moses, m. had: 1, Elmer'; 2, Ella; 3, Scott; 4, "Ward. 
Ix. Quartus, m. Alice Hunt; had five children; all now dead. 
X. Lybia, d. y. 

187. 

Bethcel'' Hitchcock, {Bethuel^, Josiah^, John^, JoJin^, Johnny 
LuJce^) son of Bethuel and Hannah (Ferre) Hitchcock, married 
Kebecca Farman. 

his children were : 
i. Oliver', iinm. 

ii. John, m. Hannah Whimple; d. ; had: 1, Bertha'. 
iii. William Philander, m. Celia Whelpley, had two daus. 
Iv. Minerva, m. Gerard A. Whitbeck. 
V. Edgar, m. Amine Colby; no child. 
vi. Frank, d. y. 

188. 

Ebastus'' Hitchcock {Josiah^, Josiali^, John^, John^, John^ , 
Luke^) son of Josiah and Huldah (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born 
Oct. 27, 1794. He married, Sept. 22, 1815, Mary Parsons, born 
May 6, 1796, who died Sept. 15, 1863. He worked in the Spring- 
field armory and died at Springfield, Mass., Aug. 3, 1868. 

HIS children were : 

i. Josiah', b. Oct. 11, 1816; d. Springfield, Dec. 23, 1816. 
340. ii. Josiah, b. March 27, 1818 ; m. Sarah Roberts. 

iii. Mary Ann, b. Sept. 19, 1820; m. April, 1843, G. R. Townsley 
of Springfield and d. June 1, 1867. Had : 1, Belle^ Towns- 
ley, b. June 7, 1845 ; m. June 22, 1869, Walter V. Smith. 
• iv. Angelina, b. Oct. 15, 1822; d. March 9, 1840. 

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322 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

V. MahalaE., b. May 16, 1825; m. J. D. Browne, of Kelley's 
Island, Ohio. 

vi. John K., b. July 12, 1827; m. in Spriiigfleld, Julia Cook andd. 

in New Haveif, Conn., July 17, 1874. One cMId d. y. 
vii. rEANCis M., b. Oct. 7, 1831; d. July 18, 1848. 
viii. Eliza P., b. Dec. 31, 1834. 

ix. William P., b. April 24, 1836; d. Sept. 20. 1836. 
X. Jane A., b. March 25, 1838; m. Henry C. Corning and d. 
Aprils, 1871; had; 1, Emma A^. Ooi'mmji, b. Washington, 
D. C, April 15, 1860; 2, George K. Corning, b. Spring- 
field, Feb. 15, 1868. 

xi. Emkkebt C, b. April 20, 1841 ; m. Sept. 9, 1868, Edmund Hirst 
and had : 1, Florence^ Hirst, b. April 19, 1869 ; 2, Edith 
Hirst, b. Hartford, Conn., Nov. 8, 1870; 3, Gertrude Hirst, 
b. Springfield, Dec. 23, 1872; 4, Belle Hirst, b. Springfield, 
March 6, 1877: 5, Albert Edmund Hirst, b. Springfield, 
Jan. 31, 1882. 

189. 

William'' Hitchcock (Josiah^, Josiah^, Jolin'^, JoJm^, John^, 
Luke'-) son of Josiah and Huldah (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born 
in Springfield, Mass., July 22, 1809. He married April 20, 1831, 
Betsey Sherman of Palmer, born Nov. 28, 1809, who died Aug. 23, 
1877. He died Dec. 27, 1891. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Sarah E^, b. June 27, 1838, at Springfield; m. May 1, 1858, 
George E. Vining of that city and had : 1, M. J^. Vining, 
b. July 3, 1859 ; 2, Dell H. Vining, b. July 3, 1861 ; 3, 
Willie G. Vining, b. Jan. 22, 1864; d. July 23, 1864; 4, 
Willie J\^. Vitiing, b. Nov. 9, 1866 ; 5, George C. Vining, 
b. Feb. 22, 1867; 6, Sarah Vining, b. Feb. 22, 1867; d. 
March 25, 1867; 7, Sarah Vining, h. July 16, 1872 ; d. Aug. 
4, 1872 ; 8, Charles S. Vining, b. Jan. 15, 1880. 
ii. Ellen J., b. Sept. 6, 1840; d. June 2, 1842. 

190. 

Edwin Milton'' Hitchcock {Heber^, Josiah^, John* , John^ , John^, 
Luke''-) son of Heber and Lois (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born at 
Springfield, Mass., July 2J:, 1800. He married, June 5, 1822, Flavia 
Eussell of Suffleld, Conn. 

CHILD. 

341. i. Elias EussELL^ b. March 7, 1826; m. May 1, 1851, Catharine 

Andrews, and d. Dec. 3, 1881. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



323 



191. 



Waeham'^ Hitchcock {Levi^, Levi^, Jolin'^, JoJin^, JoJm^, Luke') 
son of Levi and Olive (Wright) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, 
Mass., March 1, 1796. He married in Beichertown, Mass., Feb. 13, 
1816, Olive Clough who was born there July 26, 1799 and died in 
Cnmmington, Mass., April 21, 1867. He died in Williamsburg, 
Mass., Oct. 18, 1869. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 
i. DwiGHT W., b. Jan. 25, 1818. 
ii. Olive L., b. Oct. 2, 1820; d. Cummington, Dec. 31, 1878. 

iii. Julia A., b. April 6, 1823; m. Thwing, left one cMld. 

Iv. Lewis, b. July 23, 1825 ; d. July 6, 1825. 
V. Jaxe M., b. Jan. 16, 1828, at Chesterfleld, Mass.; m. Nahum 

Bryant; res. 92 Green St., Springfield, Mass. 
vi. Levi, b. Aug. 24:, 1830, at Cummington. 
842. vii. Lewis Franklin, b. Feb. 27, 1833; m. T. C. Brown. 

viii. Naxcy J., b. Feb. 16, 1836 ; m. French. 

ix. Ly:iian H., b. July 25, 1838 ; m. Sept., 1860 ; res. Chesterfield. 

No children. 
X. Henry, b. Dec. 31, 1841, in Cummington; m. Jan. 15, 1867, in 

Springfield, 
xi. Ann Eliza, b. Sept. 23, 1844; m. Kent. 

192. 

Elias''' Hitchcock (Justin^, Silas^, Xathaniel'^, John^ , John'^, 

Lvke'^) son of Justin and Hitchcock was born in Canada in 

1803. He married in 1829, Sarah McLean who died in Edwards, 
St. Lawrence Co., ]S^. Y., Oct. 1, 1883. He was a local Methodist 
preacher for fifty years. He died in Edwards Nov. 15, 1884. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. C. W^, b. Canada, 1835, now at Custer City, Dak. 

ii. E. J., b. Canada, 1839; m. Brenn; res. Edwards. 

Iii. H. A., b. Canada, 1843; m. Bradt. 

iv. "W. I., b. 1850, at Hammond, St. LawrenceCo., X. Y. ; " served 
two years in the war." 

193. 

QuARTUs'' Hitchcock {Ethan^, Samuel^, Samuel'^, John^, JoJin^, 
Luke^) son of Ethan and Lydia (Farnsworth) Hitchcock, was born 
in Hawley, Mass., Dec. 21, 1797. He married there in 1824 Ardelia 



324 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Bond. In early life he was a clothier, in 1842 he went west and 
engaged in farming. In 1883 was living in Chester, Ohio. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

343. 1. Considers'., b. 1825; m. Fannie A. Snow. 

■ ii. Myron R., b. 1828; shot in the last charge upon Ft. Gregg, 
ill. ElmiraD., b. 1880. 

iv. Mary A., b. Buckland, Mass., 1833 and d. in 1860 atNewburg, 
Ohio. 

194. 

Ethan'' Hitchcock {Ethan^, Samuel°, Samuel*', John^, John^, 
Luke''-) son of Ethan and Lydia (Farnsworth) Hitchcock, was born 
Dec. 10, 1812. He married, April 9, 1834, Achsah Ann AVhitman, 
born Dec. 18, 1812, at Nassau, N. Y. He died May 27, 1880. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Lydia AureliaMj. June 27, 1835 : m. 1st, July 2, 1856, L. H. 
Grover and 2d, Jan. 17, 1880, E. C. Fisher, Minneapolis, 
Kansas. 

344. ii. Eri Whitman, b. Nov. 25, 1836; m. E. A. Gillette. 

iii. Jerome Eugene, b. June 11, 1840; d. South Deei-field, July 30, 
1856. 

iv. Marion Elizabeth, b. March 20, 1842; m. Dec. 8, 1881, Geo. 

W. Kibbe of Springfield, Mass. 
V. Alfreda Ann, b. March 14, 1844; m. April 20, 1870, Almoa 
Gillette. 

vi. Felicia Rosamond, b. Sept. 16, 1845 ; m. March 1, 1869, Ches- 
ter Converse, So. Deerfleld. 

vii. Mary Cblestia, b. May 2, 1850; d. April 2, 1868. 
viii. Clara Maria, b. June 11, 1855; m. Aug. 21, 1878, C. 0. 
Moulton. 

195. , 

Simeon Cooley' Hitchcock {Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^, John^, 
JoJin^, LuJce^) son of Samuel and Thirza (Cooley) Hitchcock, was 
born inHawley, Mass., July 1, 1801. He married March 28, 1827, 
Euphrasia Jackson of Cazenoviii, N. Y. He was for two years col- 
lector of tolls on the Erie canal at West Troy, N. Y. He kept the 
Cazenovia House at Cazenovia, N. Y., for seven years ; was Sheriff 
of Madison county, about 1840 ; represented that county in the state 
senate in 1854 and '55 ; moved in 1856 to Binghamton, N. Y. and 
in 1861 was appointed 1st Collector of Internal iRevenue for the 26th 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



325 



District by President Lincoln, -n-hich office he held for seven years. 
He died Sept. 27, 1878, at Binghamton. 

HIS CHILPKEN were: 

i. Saeah Jackson', b. Sept. 14, 1828 ; d. unm. Sept. 3, 1848. 
345. ii. Henry Samuel b. Dec. 24, 1830; m. E. Greenland. 

ill. Frances Sophia, b. March 22, 1838; d. Dec. 21, 1842. 

196. 

Sasiantha'' Hitchcock {Pliny^ , Samuel° , Samuel*' , John^ , John'' , 
Luke^) daughter of Pliny and Sarah (Hiscock) Hitchcock, was born 
May 6, 1804, in Hawley, Franklin Co.. Mass. She married in Barre, 
Orleans Co., N. Y., in Dec, 1827, Samuel Gurley Oakes, born at 
Bridgewater, Oneida Co., N. Y. Jan. 1, 1800. Both were members 
of the M. E. church. She died in Barre, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1840. He 
was a farmer and died April 24, 1851, in Alden, Erie Co., N. Y. 
The children of Samantha (Hitchcock) Oakes were : 

1. Sarah A'., b. Barre, Dec. 10, 1828; m. Rome, N. Y., April 26, 

1865, Williamson Kawles. She was a teacher. 

2. Juliette L., b. Barre, Oct. 31, 1831 ; m. March31, 1879, George 

E. Dexter of Lima, Ind. She was a teacher. 

3. Samuel M., b. Dec. 3, 1833; d. Alden, Feb., 1851. 

4. Abram S., b. Barre, Sept., 5, 1837; d. Oct., 1838. 

197. 

Urban'' Hitchcock (Pliny^, Samuel^, Samuel'^, Jolin^ , John^, 
Luke''-) son of Pliny and Sarah (Hiscock) Hitchcock, was born at 
Westfleld, Mass., Jan. 12, 1806. He married in Portland, N. Y., 
Sept. 1, 1833, Martha Baldwin, born at Chester, N. Y., April 17, 
1811. He died at Clymer, N. Y., Dec. 11. 1879. 

HIS CBILDKEN WERE : 

i. Lucy M^, b. Aug. 30, 1834; m. at Clymer, July 13, 1856, 
Lorenzo Emory, b. Xov. 25, 1834. and had : 1, Martha^ 
Emory, b. Dec. 15, 1861 ; d. July 12, 1879 ; 2, Eva E. 
Emoi-tj, b. June 25, 1865; 3, Abbie E. Emory, b. Sept. 15, 
1869. 

ii. Henry H., b. April 12, 1836; m. May 10, 1863, Elizabeth E. 
Babbott. 

iii. -Mary J., b. Jan. 23, 1838, in Clymer; m. Oct. 14, 1866, George 
TV. BroolkS, Panama, N. Y. and had : 1, Bertie J^. Brooks, 
b. Aug. 12, 1867; 2, Hem-y H. Brooks, b. June 4, 1871; 3, 



326 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Lilian Brooks, b. Aug. 28, 1873; i, Francis W. Brooks, b. 
Sept. 28, 1878. 

iv. Samantha S., b. July 5, 1841, at Clymer; m. July 23, 1865, 
Francis Button, b. in Vt. Dec, 1829. Tbey had : 1, Fred, 
IP. Button, b. Sept. 30, 1867 ; 2, Frnest J. Button, b. Har- 
mony, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1872. 
V. Haevby p., b. Clymer, Marcli 20. 1843 ; m. Oct. 18, 1865, EmUy 
L. Hyde of Sherman, N. Y., b. March 15, 1845 at Sherman. 
They had: 1, Emma W. b. Clymer, May 25, 1868. 

vi. Lydia E., b. Jan. 10, 1846; d. Sherman, Sept. 22, 1870. 

vii. Uksula D., b. Jan. 14, 1850; d. Clymer, Oct. 19, 1850. 
viii. Ursula J., b. July 7, 1852; m. at Holley, Orleans Co., N. Y., 
Deo. 29, 1875, Richard Lee and had: 1, Birdie^ Lee, b. 
Dec. 22, 1880; d. April 26, 1881. 



198. 

Samuel'' Hitchcock {Plmy^, Samuel^, Samuel*. John^, JoJin^, 
Luke^) son of Pliny and Sarah (Hiscock) Hitchcock, was boru in 
1809 and married Lydia L. Bates. 

HIS CHILDREN WKBE : 

1. Pamelia', b. Dec. 28, 1834; m. Rome City, Ind., May 10, 

1854, Brothwell and d. there May 10, 1864. They 

had: \, Alice" Brothwell, b. April 6, 1855; 2, Albert S. 
Brothwell, b. Aug. 7, 1857 ; 3, Anna L. Brothwell, b. March 
8, 1860; 4, Aldeii J. Brothwell,h. May 25, 1862. 

ii. George Pliny, b. Aug. 16, 1836; d. July 15, 1853. 
iii. LuciNDA J., b. Batavia, N. Y., May 17, 1838; m . at Rome City, 
May 9, 1861, Chas. D. Allen, and had: 1, Nellie" Allen, b. 
Dec. 10, 1869; d. Aug. 31, 1876. 

iv. Mary S., b. Sept. 15, 1840 ; m. June 9, 1863, W. E. Daniels and 
had: 1, Lottie E". Daniels, b. Feb. 24, 1864; 2, Fva L. 
Darnels, b. Oct. 20, 1867. 

199. 

William'' Hitchcock {Pliny^, Samuel^, Samuel''', John^,Jolin^, 
Luke^) son of Pliny and Sarah (Hiscock) Hitchcock, was born in 
Westfield, Mass., in March, 1810. He married at Kendall, N. Y., 
in 1836, Eoxana Hodges and d. Dec. 1, 1893. He was a farmer. 

his CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Francis E'., b. Batavia, N. Y., May 27, 1837; d. Albion, N. 
Y., May 20, 1848. 



FAjnLY OF JOHN. 



327 



ii. Ursula J., b. Rome City, Ind., May 26, 1846 ; m. Jan. 24, 
1867, William H. Moore and had: 1, Fred Bf>. Moore, b. 
Oct. 6, 1867; 2, William D. Moore, b. June 28, 1869; 3, 
Grocie 2Ioore, b. Oct. 24, 1871 ; 4, Frank Moore, b. May 
17, 1874; 5, Edward Moore, b. July 13, 1876. 
346. iii. Henry, b. May 4, 1849 ; m. Minerva Miller. 

iv. Mary E., b. May i, 1849 ; d. Feb. 14, 1861. 

200. 

Lotan' Hitchcock {Plmy^, Samuel^, Samuel^, John^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Pliny and Sarah (Hiscock) Hitchcock, was born in 
Westfield, ]Mass., Aug. 8, 1812 and married Nov. 21, 1851, Hannah 
E. Gordon. She was born March 24, 1823 and died in Rome City, 
Ind., Feb. 6, 1882. He died in Eome City, April 19, 1888. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Arthur Gordon-, b. Sarannah, Wayne Co., N. Y.. April 30, 
1853; m. Dec. 25, 1879, Sarah E. Green of South Bend, 
Ind. He is E. E. Agent X. P. R. R., Lake View, Wash- 
ington; has two children. 

ii. TbancesE., b. July 15, 1855 at Parma, N. Y'; d. Aug. 26, 
1856, at Parma, N. Y. 

iii. Francis Atherton, b. Feb. 10, 1857, at Parma; m. Dec. 25, 
1884, Anna M. Hardendorf, at Albion, Ind. Farmer at 
Rome City, Indiana, has four children. 

iv. George Puny, b. May 17, 1858. 

V. Ward Beecher, b. June 19, 1861, at South Bend, Ind. ; m. 
Delia E. Hines, at Mulhall, Oklahoma. 

vi. Lottie Buruett, b. Feb. 6, 1866, at Spencerport, ;S^. Y. ; m. 
Dec. 24, 1884, Jos.B. Finley, at Eskridge, Kansas. 

vil. Charles Henry, b. Jan. 5, 1869, South Bend, Ind. 

201. 

Heney H''. Hitchcock (Pliny^, Samuel^, Samuel-'', John^, JoJin^, 
Luke''-) son of Pliny and Millicent (Howe) Hitchcock, was born in 
Decatur, N. Y., in 1817. He married 1st, Mary Proudflt Kedzie, b. 
at Delhi, X. Y., in 1825, daughter of William and Margaret (Tel- 
ford) Kedzie. He married 2d, Mary Hawkes, a descendant of the 
Deerfield, Mass. Hawkes family, b. Lyons, X. Y., in 1824. He d. 
in Goshen, Ind., Aug. 26, 1890. He resided in Goshen, 111., and 
was merchant, miller and banker. 



328 DESCENDANTS OP LDKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Ella M^, b. Albion, Ind., Sept. 4, 1852; m. Oct. 18, 1870, Ira 
W. Nash of Goshen, Ind., b. De Ruyter, N. Y., in 1844 
and d. Union City, Mich., Feb. 11, 1872, had: 1, Ella H^. 
Nash. 

ii. Herbert Pliny, b. Nov. 23, 1854, at KendallvlUe, Ind. ; d. 

Feb. 29, 1856. 
iii. DONELSON K., b. Feb. 15, 1862, at Kendallville ; res. Goshen, 
Ind. Student in Mich. State Agricultural college. 

202. 

Leonard F'^ . Hitchcock {Pliny^ , Samuel^ , Samuel''' , John^ , John^, 
Luke''-) son of Pliny and Millicent (Howe) Hitchcock, was born at 
Barre, Orleans Co., N. Y., March 7, 1820. He married at Spencer- 
port, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1847, Elizabeth J. Shourds (?) b. at Moravia, 
Cayuga Co., N. Y., April 17, 1832. Summer residence, Petoskey, 
Mich. ; winter residence, Kendallville, Ind. 

his children were : 
1. Martha J^, b. Spencerport, Oct. 22, 1851; m. Oct. 22, 1869, 
Samuel H. Vine of Kendallville, and had: 1, Lero'f Vine, 
b. March 5, 1873, at Kendallville ; 2, Alice Vine, b. April 
21, 1874, at Warsaw, Ind.; 3, Walter L. Vine, b. May, 
1877; d. Aug. 14, 1877, at Petosltey; 4, Frank Vine,h. 
Nov. 14, 1878, at Warsaw ; 5, Bertie C-fardner Vine, b. July 
16, 1881, at McBrides, Mich. ; 6, Paul L. Vine, b. Feb. 24, 
1883, at Petoskey. 

ii. Abbie E., b. Spencerport, May 21, 1854; m. at Big Rapids, 
Mich., Oct. 7, 1880, L. W. Gardner, M. D. 

iii. Alice R., b. May 21, 1854; d. Feb. 21, 1835, at Spencerport. 

iv. Jennie W., b. March 6, 1862, at Kendallville: d. Sept. 16, 1862. 
V. Pliny Foster, b. Nov. 17, 1863, at Kendallville; d. Jan., 1864. 

vi. Millie M., b. Dec. 19, 1867, at Kendallville. 

203. 

Ueban Longfellow''' Hitchcock (RosioeW^, Samuel^, Samuel''', 
John^, John^, Luke^) son of Roswell and Betsey (Longfellow) Hitch- 
cock, was born Nov. 2, 1812. He married 1st, Hovey. He 

married 2d, Sept. 27, 1842, Mary Gillespie, b. Dec. 15, 1804. 

CHILD. 

i. Urban Gillespie, b. Feb. 24, 1845, North Wayne, Me. 




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FAMILY OF JOHN. 329 

204. 

Rev. Roswell Dwight' Hitchcock D. D., L.L. D., (Boswell^, 
Samuel,^, Samuel'^^ Jolin^ , John^, Liike^} son of Roswell and Betsey 
(Longfellow) Hitchcock, was born at East Machias, Me., Aug. 15, 
1817. He joined the Sophomore class at Amherst College in 1833 
and graduated in 1836, entered Andover Theological Seminary in 
1838, was tutor at Amherst 1839 — 42, preached one year at Water- 
ville, Me., was installed pastor of the Congregational church at 
Exeter, N. H., Xov. 19, 1845. In 1852 he was chosen Collins Pro- 
fessor of Natural and Revealed Religion at Bowdoin College and in 
1855 Washburne Professor of Church History in Union Theological 
Seminary, N. Y. City. In 1869 he was chosen as a Trustee of 
Amherst College, in 1871 President of the Palestine Exploration 
Society and he was President of Union Theological Seminary at the 
time of his death. He married in Fall River, Mass., Jan. 2, 1845, 
Elizabeth Anthony Bray ton, daughter of Israel Bray ton of Somer- 
set, Mass. She was born in Swansea, Mass., Jan. 24, 1821 and died 
in New York City, May 7, 1894. He died in Somerset, Mass., 
June 16, 1887. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

347. i. EoswELL DwIGHT^ b. Oct. 30, 1845. 

ii. Mary Bbaytox, b. in Bruusw-lck, Me., June 15, 1853 ; m. Dec. 
28, 1881, in New York, Samuel Franklin Emerson, who 
was b. in Xorwlch, Vt., Ang. 26, 1850, B. A. Tale Coll., 
1872; Ph. D., Amherst Coll., 1885; Prof, of History in 
the University of Vermont. Her children are : 1, SosKell 
Dwight Hitchcock^ Emerson, b. in Xew York, Jan. 24, 1883; 
2, Margaret Long fellovj Emerson, b. in jS". Y., April 25, 
1886; 3, JIary Brayton Emerson , b. in N. Y., Feb. 1, 1894. 
iii. Harriet Washbukxe, b. in Xew York, March 26, 1856; d. 

same place Nov. 4, 1859. 
iv. Bradford Washburxe, b. in N. Y., Jan. 2, 1860; B. A. 
Amherst Coll., 1881; L. L. B. Columbia Coll., 18S3; M. 
A. Amherst Coll., 1884. 

205. 

Whitxet J'- Hitchcock {Erastiis^, Samuel^, Smnuel*, John^ , 
Jolin'^, Lvke^) son of Erastus and Naomi (Jones) Hitchcock, was 
born at Hawley, Mass., Dec. 24, 1813. He married 1st, Dec. 24, 
1835, at Brattleboro, Vt., Augusta A. Hall, born at Wilmington, 



330 DESCENDANTS OP LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Vt., Feb. 4, 1814. She died at Perrysbui-g, O., June 30, 1860. He 
married 2d, at South Toledo, O., March 31, 1861, Ellen E. Evans, 
born at Reading, Pa., June 13, 1831. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

i. S0N^ b. April 6, 1837, at Plaiuflelcl, Mass. ; cl. April 10, 183T. 
ii. Sophia A., b. Sept. 2, 1838; m. Deo. 8, 1858, Asher Coolc. He 

cl. Jan., 1891. 
iii. Augustus W., b. March 26, 1841, at Plainflekl; cl. June 13, 

1860, at Perrysburg, Oliio. 
iv. EuPHKASiA E., b. July 19. 1843, Whitingham, Vt. ; m. Jan. 5, 

1867, J. P. Johnson. 
V. Orlando A., b. April 6, 1846, at Halifax, Vt. 
vi. Helen M., b. Aug. 23, 1847 ; m. May 18, 1874, J. 0. Troup, 
vii. Mart G., b. Nov. 18, 1849; m. 1st, May 26, 1875, A.W. Wheat; 

m. 2cl, Jan. 7, 1880, A. L. Story, 
viii. AdaB., b. Oct. 15, 1851; m. Aug. 21, 1878, Prof. Lyman Hall 
of Oberlin College. She d. August, 1892. 
ix. Hbnky H., b. Eeb. 20, 1834; m, April 6, 1882, Anna C. Finney. 
X. Ebancis H., b. March 14, 1856; cl. Aug. 14, 1856, at Halifax, 
xi. Dan, b. June 80, 1860; cl. Perrysburg, Oct. 26, 1860. 
xii. Alfred E., b. Peb. 10, 1862. 

xiii. Dan, b. Feb. 4, 1864 ; d. Perrysburg, Feb. 4, 1864. 
xiv. Arthur E., b. Dec. 20, 1866. (Nos. 6—10, b. at Halifax, Vt., 
11 — 14, iit Perrysburg, 0.) 

206. 

Samuel Jones' Hitchcock (Erastus'^, Samuel^, Samuel^, John^, 
John^, Luke^) son of Erastts and Naomi (Jones) Hitchcock, was 
born at Hawley, Mass., June 28, 1822. He married 1st, Sept. 18, 
1844, Clara F. Alvord of Wilmington, Vt., born April 24, 1822. 
She died at Saginaw, Mich. Aug. 27, 1874. He married 2d, Feb. 
28, 1876, Mary A. Walker. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. EirOENiA CLAEISSA^ b. June 22, 1845, at West Halifax, Vt. ; m. 
May 11, 1871, at Saginaw, Mich., P. 0. Heald and had: 1, 
Clarence E^. Heald; 2, Clara I. Heald. 

ii. IdaM., b. W. H., May 20, 1850; m. Saginaw, Oct. 13, 1870, 
John Davis of Wenona. She d. Detroit, Mich., June 15, 

1881. Had: 1, Emerson W^. Davis; 2, Samuel Edward 
Davis; 3, John Folger Dams. 

iii. Herbert A., b. Nov. 19, 1859, at Charlemont, Mass. ; m. Dec, 

1882, Rilla Knox of Detroit. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



331 



207. 



Albert A'^. Hitchcock {Erastus^, Samnel^, Samuel^, Johnny. 
John^ , Liike'^) son of Erastus and Naomi (Jones) Hitchcock, was 
born in Hawley, Mass., June 8, 1827. He marriecl, June 24, 1851, 
Maiy F. Kellogg of "West Halifax, Vt. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Harland W^, b. Oct. 31, 1852, at Plaistow, N. H.;ni. Oct. 
22, 1879, Ida F. Clarke of Greeufleld, Mass., had : 1, Ray- 
mond", b. and d. in 1881. 
11. Sakah A., b.Dec. 26, 1859, at W. Halifax, Vt. ; m. June 13, 
1883, Samuel G. Russell of Shelburne, Mass. 

208. 

Arthur'' Hitchcock (/Smeon Olcott^, Arthur^, Samuel^, JoJin^, 
John^, Luke''-) son of Simeon Olcott and Almira (Streeter) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Hawley, Mass., June 29, 1833. He married, Aug. 
31, 1867, at Hoosac Tunnel, Almira King. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Herbert', b. May 15, 1869 ; d. Aug. 11, 1870. 
ii. Herbert Erlb, b. Dec. 24, 1875. (The only male descendant, 
of Arthur Hitchcock, sou of Samuel-" and Ruth (Stebbins) 
Hitchcock.) 

209. 

Daniel Lewis'' Hitchcock (Leivis'^, Oliver'', Samuel*, John^, 
John-, Lu'ke''-) son of Lewis aud Naucy (Springer) Hitchcock, was 
born at Pittstown, X. Y., IMay 27, lyil. He married, Aug. 16, 
1831, Ida M. Cass. He died at Tiaslioke, N. Y., Aug. 30, 1884. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Mary', b. March 25, 1834; m. Amos Broughton; no children. 

ii. Frances N., b. July 8, 1836; unm. 

iii. Nancy M., b. Dec. 26, 1837; m. Sept. 21, 1853, H. D. Harring- 
ton. Four children, one living: 1, Ma" Sarrinyton, m. 
Grove D. Joslin. 
iv. Phebe C, b. Aug. 17, 1841 ; unm. 

V. Lewis Cass, b. June 30, 1845 ; m. Rosa Mclntyre, who lives in 
Omaha. He was a member of Wiliiams College ; Prof . in 
Louisville, Ky., now in New Mexico; reporter for the N. 
Y. Herald; has : 1, Daniel L'., b. Dec. 4, 1875 ; 2, Ronald^- 
M., b. Oct. 8, 1877. 



332 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

210. 

William Edward'' Hitchcock {Lewis^, Oliver^, Samuel''', John^, 

■ John^, Luke^) son of Lewis and Nancy (Springer) Hitchcock, was 
■born in Pittstown, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1830. He married, Feb. 6, 
1866, Lucinda A. Englisli of Cambridge, Washington Co., N. Y., 

.born Feb. 6, 1835. He died Sept. 6. 1888. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. William L^, b. Aug. 29, 1858. 
ii. Mary Frances, b. Aug. 11, 1860; d. Jan. 12, 1874. 
iii. Henry, b. Dec. 15, 1861 ; d. March 25, 1892, at Cambridge, 
Washington Co., N. Y. 

211. 

William'' Hitchcock {Oliver^, Oliver^, Samuel''', John^, John'', 
Luke''-) son of Oliver and Elvacinda (Hunt) Hitchcock, was born 
in Eipley, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., May 16, 1817. He married, Dec. 
29, 1842, Maria Josline, born at Livingston Co., N. Y., April 7, 
1822. He is a farmer at Ripley. 

HIS children were : 

i. Clementine J^., b. April 9, 1844, at Chautauqua; m. Sept. 22, 
1869, C. D. Gifford and had: 1, Marion IP. Gifford; 2, 
Mima Gorydon Gifford. 
ii. Cornelia A., b. April 19, 1847, at Chautauqua; d. there March 

23, 1852. 
iii. George W., b. Jan. 24, 1859; m. Oct. 17, 1876, Ida K. Persy, 
of Ripley and has one dan. 

212. 

Corydon'' Hitchcock {Oliver^, Oliver^, Samuel''', John^, John^, 
Luke''-) son of Oliver and Elvacinda (Hunt) Hitchcock, was born 

■ Sept. 16, 1823. Heinarried 1st, July, 1843, Ariette Howell, daughter 
-of William of Chautauqua. She died March 7, 1844. He married 
2d, Sept. 22, 1846, Mariette Trowbridge, born Dec. 19, 1825, daugh- 
ter of Daniel Trowbridge. He was for four years President of the 
Chautauqua Agricultural Society and Sheriff in 1844 ; and is of the 
firm of Hitcheocls: & Wilson, wholesale lumber dealers, Jamestown, 
N. Y. 



FAMILY OP JOHN. 333- 

HIS CHILDREN ■WBKB ; 

i. Fred MuE.KAY=, b. Ripley, N. Y., Dec. 17, 18i9;cl, Chautau- 
qua, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1860. 
348. il. James Frank, b. April 26, 1853; m. Sept. 21, 1876, Eva L. 

Allen, Jamestown, N. Y. He is a manufacturer of wood 
pulp in Corydon, Pa. 
iii. Henry Corydon, b. March 30, 1865; m. Aug. 18, 1882, Kittie 
Barrows of Jamestown, N. Y. Manufacturer of chairs- 
Has one daughter. 

213. 

Augustus Stebbins'' Hitchcock (Augustus^, Oliver^, Samuel*, ^ 
JoJin^, John^, Luke^) son of Augustus and Amelia J. (Huiiburt) 
Hitchcock, was born March 23, 1827. He married, Aug. 23, 1861, 
at East Woodstoclt, Conn., Sophia S. Lyon, born Oct. 14, 1832.- 
He graduated at Yale College in 18.54. He is a lawyer and provost 
judge for civil actions in Beaufort, S. C. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Charlotte L^., b. June 2, 1862, at East Woodstock; d. at 
Beaufort, July 27, 1865. 

ii. Anna E., b. Nov. 9, 1864, at Beaufort; d. May 6, 1865. 

iii. Augustus Lyon, b. Dec. 25, 1866, Beaufort, 

iv. Mary R., b. Nov. 26, 1868; d. Nov. 23, 1869. 

V. Sophia, b. March 2, 1871; d. June 17, 1871. 

vi. Bertha Caroline, b. Feb. 7, 1873. 

214. 

Samuel'' Hitchcock {Augustus^ , Oliver^, Samuel*, John^ , Jolm^,, 
Luke^) son of Augustus and Amelia J. (Hurlburt) Hitchcock, was 
born Aug. 4, 1830. He married Clara Tewksbury. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. "William^, b. May, 1872. 
ii. Alice, b. Sept., 1874. 

215. 

Charles Freeman'' Hitchcock {Samuel^, Oliver^ , Samuel* , John'' ^ 
Jolm^, Luke^) son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Freeman) Hitchcock, 
was boL'n at Pittstown, Rens.Co.,N. Y., Jan ll, 1826. He married 
Oct. 24, 1861, Mary E. Pease, born March 24, 1843, in Aurora,. 
111. Grain and corn merchant. Address, -Sparland, 111. 



334 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Henry P«.,b. Nov. 24, 1865, in Sparland, 111. 
ii. Grace, b. Sparland, Dec. 10, 1867. 
iii. Maude, b. Sparland, Oct. 10, 1872. 

216. 

Dr. Heney Martin'' Hitchcock ( Samuel^ , Oliver^ , Samuel''' , John^ , 
John^, Luke^) sou of Samuel and Elizabeth (Freemau) Hitchcock, 
was born in Pittstown, Reus. Co., N. Y., May 9, 1840. He married 
1st, at New Haven, Conn., Nov. 19, 1861, Mary A. Mack who died 
April 4, 1875. He married 2d, April 4, 1881, Elizabeth Benetta 
Ferris. He graduated in 1861 at the college of Physicians and Sur- 
geons and is a homeopathic physician. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Lilian MACK^ b. Nov. 8, 1872. 
li. Freeman St. Clair, b. Nov. 17, 1882. 

217. 

Heman'' Hitchcock {Levi'^, Hemaii^, Samuel'^, Jolm^, JoJin^, 
.LuTce^) son of Levi and Phebe (Thayer) Hitchcock, was born iu 
Williamsburg, Mass., June 15, 1809. He married, Aug.' 26, 1883, 
.Mary Fay. 

his children were : 
i. Albert J^., b. Jan. 16, 1836 ; d. May 20, 1862. 
ii. Julia E., b. Dec. 22, 1838; d. Sept. 24, 1842. 
iii. Mary J., b. June 7, 1841 ; d. Jan. 24, 1842. 
iv. William Henry-, b. Oct. 29, 1843; m. at Conway, Mass., 
Nov. 14, 1867, Ida Hall; res. Williamsburg; no cMldren. 

218. 

Andrew J'. Hitchcock {Levi^, Heman^, Samuel''', John^ , Johii^ , 
Luke^) son of Levi and Phebe (Thayer) Hitchcock, was born at 
Williamsburg, Mass., Sept. 25, 1819. He married at Ashfield, 
Mass., Oct. 19, 1842, Mary Ann Nims. Address South Ashfield, 
-Mass. 

his children were : 
i. Ira N^, b. Williamsburg, Oct. 2, 1844; m. Delia M. Carpenter 
of W. Springfield. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 335 

U. Minerva J., b. Sept. 15, 1848; m. Sept. 8, 1868, Abraham 

Tanner; cl. June 27, 1874. 
iii. Emma S., b. Hay 24, 1855; d. Feb. 1, 1869. 

219. 

ALVA^■ Cross'' Hitchcock ( OderP , Heman^ , Samuel* , John^, John^ , 
Luke''-) son of Oded and Aley (Cross) Hitchcock, was born at Con- 
way, Mass., Nov. 9, 1821. He married tliere Nov. 17, 1852, Fanny 
Gunn, born there, April 1, 1828. He is a grain dealer in Deerfield. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Sarah Atjgdsta', b. Greenfield, Mass., Jan. 28, 1855. 
ii. Albion Fr.vxois. b. Greenfield, Oct. 16, 1863 ; m. June 15, 

1887, Ellen S. Wells of Greenfield, and is a Bank Teller 

at Holyoke, Mass. 

220. 

Joseph A"" . Hitchcock {Heman'^, Heman^, Samuel* , John^ , John^ , 
Luke^) son of Heman and Elizabeth (Thayer) Hitchcock, was born 
Hawley, Mass., July 15, 1828. He mari-ied. May 30, 1861, Emily 
M. Barnes of Hawley. He was a farmer and his children were all 
born in Hawley. 

his children were : 
i. A Dau'., b. July 25, 1864; d. Aug. 31, 1864. 
ii. Clara E., b. Aug. 10, 1865. 
iii. Preston W., b. Xov. 18, 1872. 
iv. Cora Alice, b. Jan. 11, 1878. 

221. 

Oeamel C''. Hitchcock (Heman^, Heman^ , Samuel*, Johii^, 
John^ , Luke^) son of Heman and Elizabeth (Thayer) Hitchcock, 
was born in Hawlej', Mass., March 26, 1841. He married, Dec. 25, 
1862, EfFa G. Thayer of ,A.mherst, .Mass. and settled in Conway ; is a 
manufacturer of blinds at Turner's Falls. 

HIS children were : 
i. Laura A'., b. Conway, Aug. 20, 1865. 
ii. Angelette, b. Conway, Nov. 2, 1869; d. Turner's Falls, 

Feb. 1, 1875. 
iii. Charley H., b. Turner's Falls, May 30, 1878. 
iv. Jennie E., b. Turner's Falls, July, 1877. 
V. Estella, b. Turner's Falls, .-Vug. 15, 1881. 



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336 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

222. 

Ira Irvine'' Hitchcock {Ebenezer^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Samuel^, 
John^ , Luke''-) son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth (Everett) Hitchcock, 
was born at Litchfield, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1793. He was married 
by Publius V. Bogue at Sanquoit, N. Y.,Dec. 19, ISlGjtoMelin- 
da Bishop, born Oct. 17, 1793, at Durham, Conn. She died at 
Wheeling, Va., Oct. 12, 1862. He died at Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 
1, 1868. He was a teacher and wrote in 1826, a "New Method 
of Teaching Book Keeping.'.' 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

Charles Bishop', b. Oct. 8, 1817; m. Mary Bartol. 
Geokgb Frank, b. Dec. 21, 1819 ; m. Mary Mnrdock. 
William Everett, b. Sept. 25, 1821 ; m. Harriet Wood. 
DeWitt Clinton, b. Feb. 10, 1824; m. Mary Brook. 
Caroline Mblinda, b. Feb. 25, 1826 ; m. May 20, 1853, Erastus 
Merriam and had : 1, Carrie Bishop" Merriam, b. Jan. 24, 
1857, at Boston, 
vi. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Dec. 22, 1828, at Baltimore, Md. ; m. 

Jnne 4, 1851, Anthony Wayne and d. April 23, 1868. 
vli. Helen M., b. Jan. 14, 1830, at Philadelphia; m. George H. 

Holtzman, and d. July 19, 1854. 
viii. Henry Clat, b. Feb. 4, 1831, at Baltimore; d. April 19, 1834. 

223. 

Horace Curtis'' Hitchcock (Ebenezer^, Samuel^, Samuel*, 8am- 
ueP, John^, Luke''-) son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth (Everett) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Paris, Oneida Co., N. Y., Jan. 26, 1822. He 
married 1st, March 23, 1848, Almira Wood. She died in June, 1867. 
He married 2d, in Nov., 1868, Melinda Wright. He was a farmer 
in the east part of Volney, N. Y. 

his children were : 
i. Maky^. 
ii. Ada. 
iii. Edith. 
iv. DeWitt Clinton. 
v. Allen Wood. 

224. 

Luke'' Hitchcock (Reuben^, Samuel^, Samuel*, SamueP,John^, 
Luke''-) son of Eeuben and Electa (Spaulding) Hitchcock, was born 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 337 

Nov. 14, 1789. He married in Vernon, Oneida Co., N. Y., Jan. 26, 
18U, Deborah Eddy, born Nov. 26, 1793. He was a contractor and 
a member of N. Y. Assembly in 1840. He died May 1, 1860. His 
widow died in Oneida Co., Feb. 19, 1871. 

HIS OHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Caroline E'., b. Nov. 8, 1814; m. Jan. 14, 1835, John H. 
Nichols and d. March 18, 1838, at Gaines, Orleans Co., 
New York, 
ii. Lee A., h. Oct. 6, 1816 ; m. 1st, April 9, 1839, Lavia Pomeroy, 
who d. Jan. 8, 1849, at Eagle Harbor, N. Y. He m. 2d, 
July 5. 1850, Ann Watkius. 

353. iii. Lester, b. Aug. 24, 1818; m. Mary Tilden. 
iv. A5IELIA, b. Oct. 15, 1820; d. Aug. 10, 1822. 

V. Adeline, b. Sept, 15, 1822 ; d. Nov. 5, 1824. 

vi. Milton Eddy, b. Nov. 9, 1S25 ; m. Sept. 5, 1850, Ann Gardi- 
ner and d. Sept. 16, 1871. 

vii. Horace DeWitt, b. Sept. 16, 1827 ; m. Sept. 6, 1859, Florence 

Henry, 
viii. Catherine, b. May 17, 1830; m. May 20, 1856, George T. 
Davis. 

ix. Cornelia Elizabeth, b. Aug. 30, 1834; m. Feb. 13, 1861, L. 

C.Kilham. 
X. Luke, b. Jan. 14, 1839; m. Jan. 23, 1861, Lydia Humbird. 

225. 

AuEELius Godfrey'' Hitchcock. {Jieuben'^ , Samuel^ , Samuel''', Sam- 
ueP, John'^ , Luke^) son of Eeiiben and Electa (Spaulding) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Vernon, N. Y., Sept. 9, 1800. He married Honor 
Bartholomew. 

CHILD. 

354. i. Reuben P^, b. Sept. 8, 1840; m. M. E. Butterfleld. 

226. 

Iea S''. Hitchcock {Reuben^, Samuel', Samuel^, SamueP,Joh7i^, 
LuTce^) son of Reuben and Electa (Spaulding) Hitchcock, was born 
in Vernon, Oneida Co., N. Y., April 25, 1804. He married there 
Jan. 19, 1829, Abigail Maria Schuyler, born at Troy, N. Y., Oct. 
30, 1806, daughter of Philip S. and Cynthia Schuyler. He com- 
menced life as a contractor and built considerable of the Delaware 
canal in Pennsylvania and also sections of the Erie canal in N. Y. ; 
23 



338 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

was a merchant in Vernon, but spent most of his life on his farm in 
Oneida Castle. He died there Sept. 12, 1867. His widow died May 
4, 1869. His children were all born at Oneida Castle. 

HIS CHILDBBN WERE : 

i. Adella Mariah, b. April 16, 1,831 ; d. Nov. 12, 1837. 

355. ii. Eugene Douglas, b. Oct. 6, 1833; m. MaryE. Bnsh. 
iii. John, b. Aug. 20, 1838 ; cl. Nov. 2, 1839. 

Iv; Charles Schuyler, b. Aug. 20, 1840; cl. Nov. 3, 1868. 

356. V. Ira Philip, b. Feb. 20, 1843 ; m. Agnes A. Van Brocklin. 
vi. Jerome, b. Feb. 16, 1846; d. June 22, 1846. 

227. 

Chaeles Rolun'' Hitchcock (Jonathan Wright^, Ahner^, Samuel^, 
SamueP, John^,Luke^) son of Jonathan Wright and Clarissa (Ward) 
Hitchcock, was born in West Stockbridge, Mass., Oct. 11, 1805. 

He married 1st, Julia Arnold. He married 2d, Sarah Ann . 

He died Nov. 6, 1875. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

367. i. Homer W*., b. Aug. 19, 1830; m. Jennie L. Bidwell. 

ii. Ralph G., b. Aug. 23, 1832; m. and d. Nov. 20, 1857; 

had : 1, Annie L'., b. Jan. , 1855 ; m. Whiting. 

iii. Mary J., b. April 26, 1834. 

iv. Alvin W., b. Aug. 17, 1836, Druggist, Westfleld, Mass. 
V. Melinda Z., b. Nov. 10, 1838; d. Jan. 27, 1840. 

228. 

Obadiah Ward'' Hitchcock (Jb)iaiftc«i Wright^, Abner^, Samuel^, 
SamueP , John^ , Luke'-) son of Jonathan Wright and Clarissa (Ward) 
Hitchcock, was born in West Stockbridge, Mass., Nov. 29, 1807. 
He married there in 1833, Mary Miller of that place. He died there 
April 26, 1840. 

CHILD. 

i. Henry WARD^ b. West Stockbridge in 1837. Hem. inBrook- 
lyn, N. Y., May 19, 1865, Annie E. Bauchanau. He had 
his name changed in 1848 by the Mass. Legislature to 
Heury W. Johns. He had: 1, Henry W". Johns, b. 
Brooklyn, Nov. 3, 1866, who m. in Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 
17, 1882, Emily L. Warner of that city and had : 1, Emily 
L'". Johns, b. Stamford, Conn., July 22, 1883; 2, Mabel 
W. Johns, b. N. Y. City, May 13, 1885. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



339 



229. 



Abnee" Hitchcock (David^ , Abner^ , Samuel^, SamueP, John^, 
Luke^) son of David aud Ruth (Kingsley) Hitchcock, was born in 
New Marlboro, Mass., Jan. 11, 1812. He married 1st, at Hudson, 
N. Y., March 15, 1836, Elmira Clark of Catskill, N. Y., bom at 
Petersham, Schoharie Co., N. Y., Jan. 14, 1814. She died at St. 
Louis, Mo., Sept., 1860. He married 2d, Dec. 25, 1861, Mrs. 
Helen (Curtiss) Patterson of Plj'mouth, TVayne Co., Mich. He 
was once Postmaster in Dayton, Ohio. Address, Middleton, Del. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

358. i. George A^, 1). Jan. 14, 1836 at Saugerties, Ulster Co., N. Y. ; 

m. at Altou, N. Y., April 13, 1865, Sally Albon. 
ii. Charles E., b. March 14, 1846, at Dayton, 0. ; m. abt. 1869, 

DoraMilllson; no child; res. Jones ville, Mich, 
iii. Abxer Millard Fillmore, b. Aug. 11, 1869, at Battle Creek, 
Michigan. 

230. 

Cornish'' Hitchcock ( Cornish^, Litke^, Samuel'^,SamueP,John^, 
Luke^) son of Cornish and Mary (Merrill) Hitchcock, was born at 
New Marlboro, Mass., Jan. 10, 1804. He married at GranvUle, 
Mass., Sept. 7, 1841, Marietta F. Curtiss, born Aug. 28, 1813. She 
died July 24, 1850. He is a farmer and lives in Hartsville, New 
Marlboro. 

his childrex were : 
i. John C-. b. Nor. 2, 1842. He was in the war of the rebellion 

and d. Sandusky. O., Jan. 29, 1864. 
ii. Jane L., b. Sept. 17, 1844, at Monterey, Mass, She m. April 

13, 1870, H. M. Dowd of Sandisfleld, Mass. 
iii. Mary, b. Feb. 1, 1847, at Monterey, Mass. 
Iv. Frank. 

231. 

George''' Hitchcock {Reuben^, Nathan^, Jonathan'^, SamueP, 
Jolin^, Luke''-) son of Reuben and Anna (Garlic) Hitchcock, was 
born in New Milford, Conn., July 29, 1810. He married April 22, 
1835, Jane Ann Ford of Hudson, N. Y. He was a wagon maker 
in Woodbury, Conn. 



340 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Sos^ d. Feb. 2, 1841. 

ii. Sarah, b. Sept. 3, 1846. 

iii. George, b. Dec. 19, 1848; d. July 10, 1865. 

iv. Howard, b. Sept. 19, 1853. 

232. 

Elmee'' Hitchcock {Beuhen^, Nathan^, Jonatimn*, Samuel^, 
Joh7i^, Luke^) son of Reuben and Anna (Garlic) Hitchcock, was 
born at New Milford, Conn., Feb. 8, 18^6. He married, Oct., 
1858, Mary Gorman of Hudson, N. Y. He is a clothier. Address, 
Unionville, Conn. 

his -GHILDKEN were : 

i. William A'. 

ii. Nellie- A. 

iii. Mary M. 

iv. Emily G. 

233. 

Rev. Nelson Alviriis'' Hitchcock (Philo^^ Nathan^, Jonathan*, 
SamueP, John^, Luke''-) son of Philo and Melinda (Bemis) Hitch- 
cock:, was bom in North Springfield, Vt., July 9, 1812. He lived 
in Otsego Co., N. Y., and was licensed to preach by the Methodists 
at Colosse, N. Y'. at the age of 20. He there married, Oct. 20, 
1833, Matilda Avery. He afterwards united with the Christian Con- 
nection and was ordained iu 1837. Later he became a Second 
Adventist and was pastor of the church in Oswego, N. Y. He 
afterwards removed to Wisconsin and traveled and preached exten- 
sively. He was for some time President of the Wisconsin A. G. 
Conference. He died in 1893. 

HIS children were : 

i. Alvikus Nelson', b. July 27, 1834; d. 1S40. 

ii. Martin Harrison, b. Jan. 1, 1837; d. July 1837. 

iii. Martha Melinda, b. Oct. 20, 1S38. 

iv. Mary Matilda, b. July 14, 1840. 

V.' Nancy Ann, b. Aug. 23, 1843; d. 1-855. 

359. vi. Philo, b. July 11, 1847; m. Ida A. Slater, 
vii. William Avery, b. Jan. 19, 1850. 

360. viii. Alvirus Nelson, b. Jan. 16, 1854^ m. Nettie Meigs. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



341 



234. 

Rev. Luke'' Hitchcock (Jidius'^, Daniel^, Jonathan*, SarmieP, 
John^, Luke^) sou of Julias and Myra (Ingersoll) Hitchcock, was 
born April 13, 1813, at Lebanon, Madison Co., N. Y. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. BiRDSALL Ingersoll', b. Feb. 11, 18.S8, at Ithaca, N. Y. 
ii. Charles Augustus, b. July, 1851, at Lee Center, Lee Co., 111. ; 
Res. Reclfleld, Dak. 
(He had also five daughters.) 

235. 

Charles Ingersoll'' Hitchcock ( Julius^, Daniel^, Jonathan*, Sam- 
ueP, John-, Lu'ke'^) son of Julius and !Mj'ra (Ingersoll) Hitchcock, 
was born in Lebanon, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1819. 

his children were : 

I. Thomas Ingersoll^, res. Chicago. 

II. Howard, res. Chicago. 



236. 

Joseph Roe'' Hitchcock (BarziUai Dean^ , Isaac^ , John*, SamneP , 
John-, Lnke^) son of BarziUai Dean and Anue (Manu) Hitchcock, 
was born in Ticonderoga, N. Y., April 19, 1806. He married 1st, 
Feb. 12, 1881, Samantha Chipman, born at Waltham, Vt. She died 
April 11, 1843. He married 2d, Feb. 9, 1849, Pamelia Parmelee 
Hazard, born at Malone, IST. Y., June 27, 1810. He married again 
and lived in Dakotah. He died in Constable, Dec. 25, 1861. 

HIS children were : 

1. Julia Mercy', b. Dec. 21, 1831, lu Ft. Covington. 
11. Helen Maria, b. July 17, 1834. 

111. Anna, b. Feb. 9, 1836; m. Nov. 14. 1866, Putnam Wy at Hutch- 
ins; res. Constable and had : 1, Anna BeU- Hutchins, b. 
Feb. 11, 1868; 2, AUan Putnam Hiitcnins,h.fie^i.2Z,\%lo. 
Iv. Alvan Chipjian, b. Dec. 7, 1837; d. Constable, Feb. 15, 1863. 
V. Charles Albon, b. Dec. 26, 1842; m. Jan. 1, 1869, Rachel 

Dopp; res. Constable. 
Ti. Albert, b. March 31, 1852: d. Jan. 8, 1853. 



342 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

237. 

Waeren Fereis'^ Hitchcock {Collins^, Asahel^, John*, Samuel^, 
Jolm^, Litke^) son of Collins and Eunice (Porter) Hitchcock, was 
born at Kingsbury, N. Y,, Dec. 6, 1790. He married at Zion's 
church, Sandy Hill, N. Y., April 13, 1817, Almira Willoughby 
Adams, bom at Springfield, Mass., Dec. 3, 1798, daughter of Eoger 
and Mary Adams. He was sheriff of Washington Co., N. Y. from 
1827 to 1831. He died at Whitehall, N. Y., May .5, 1843 and was 
buried at Kingsbury where his widow died Jan. 8, 1868. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

361. 1. Theodore 'WESTON^ b. Feb. U, 1818; m. B. B. Boynton. 

ii. Francis, b. Marcli 16, 1819; m. 1st, June 3, 1847, Han-iet E. 

BuckhoMts, and m. 2cl, in 1859, Sally E. Nolin. He d. 

New Orleans, La., Aug. 11, 1865. No child, 
ill. Peudentia, b. June 10, 1821 ; d. Sept. 21, 1821. 
Iv. Roger Adajis, b. Dec. 22, 1822; m. Sept. 11, 1850, FrancesE. 

Hoptou of Collinsville, 111. He d. in Eureka, Kansas, 

Nov. 19, 1872. No child. 
V. Mary, b. June 6, 1824; d. Granville, N. Y., May 10, 1825. 
vi. Mary, b. May 24, 1826 ; d. Jan. J14, 1835, at Granville, 
vii. George Warner, b. Feb. 26, 1828; d. Richmond, 1864; unm. 

362. viii. Wm. James, b. May 16, 1829; m. M. J. Peebles. 

ix. Daniel Webster, b. Oct. 28, 1831 ; m. April, 1864, (2d?) Eliz- 
abeth Billings, Omaha. Gen. Pass. Agent N. P. R. R. 
He lives in San Francisco. Had : 1, Hildegrade Wil- 
' loughby', b. Oct. 22, 1856? 

X. Harriet Almira, b. Sept. 19, 1834; d. April 3, 1836. 

xl. Herbert, b. Jan. 25, 1838; d. July 25, 1838. 

238. 

Peudentia'' Hitchcock {Collins'^, Asahel^ , JoJm* , Samt/eP , John^, 
Luke^) daughter of Collins and Eunice (Porter) Hitchcock, was 
born July 15, 1798. She married, Sept. 10, 1818, Samuel T. Tan- 
ner, who died Feb. 17, 1837. She died Oct. 25, 1880. The children 
of Prudentia (Hitchcock) Tanner were : 

1. Warren^, a merchant; d. in Chicago. 

2. Almira, m. Oliver Bascom. 

3. Margaret, m. Hiram Remington. 

4. Samuel, m. and had one son ; d. abt. 1862 in Alabama. 

5. Dr. Philander, m. d. 1863 in Burton, Alabama. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 343 

6. Col. Adolphus M., b. May 3, 1833, a lawyer; commanded the 

123d N. Y. Keg. in the march from Atlanta to Savannah 
and return north-ward. Elected to Congress In 1869; m. 
in 1873; d. in Feb., 1882. No child. 

7. Eliza, b. Nov. 1, 1838 ; m. Budd Reeves. 

239. 

ADOLPHrs F''. Hitchcock {Collins^, Asahel^, John''', SamueP, 
John^, Luke^) son of Collins and Eunice (Porter) Hitchcock, was 
boi-n atKingsbury, N. Y., April 25, 1803. He married May 24, 
1832, Cynthia Ann Fitch, born April 5, 1806, daughter of Daniel of 
Pawlet, Vt. He died at Kingsbury, Oct. 17, 1888. 

CHILD. 

i. Edward Fitch, b. Nov. 5, 1849. 

240. 

Alexander" Hitchcock {John^, Zina^, John*, Samuel^, John^, 
L^ike^) sou of John and Adeline (Moss) Hitchcock, was born in 
Bolton, Franklin Co., N. Y., April 14, 1823. He married, April 1, 
1847, Abigail Hines, daughter of DavidHines. His address is Bow- 
ling Green, TVoods Co., 0. The children were all born at Wilming- 
ton, Essex Co., N. Y. 

HIS CHrLDKEN WERE : 

363. i. Alexander', m. Alice M. Crane, dau. of Jacob Crane of 

Bowling Green, 0. 
ii. Myrtle N. 
iii. E^XLYN H. 
iv. Corxelia E. 

241. 

James Kext'' Hitchcock (Samuel Miller^ , Zina^ ,John'*, SamiceP, 
John^, Luke''-) son of Samuel Miller andMary (Adams) Hitchcock, 
was born at Sandy Hill, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1813. He married in Utica, 
N. Y., Oct. 5, 1841. Mary A. Kellogg of that place. 

his CHILDREX were : 

i. Mary Josephixe', b. Nov. 25, 1845, in Cleveland, Ohio ; m. in 
Utica, Nov. 14, 1866, Edward H. 'Wardwell and d. in New 



344 DESCENDANTS OIC LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

London, Sept. 8, 1878. They had: 1, James Hitchcock" 

WardweU, h. March 20, 1868; 2, Alice Knapp Wardwell, b. 

Nov. 28, 1873. 
ii. Spencer Kellogg, b. Aug. 6, 1847, at Cleveland; d. July 31, 

1858. 
ill. Margaret Anna, b. Sept. 17, 1849, at Cleveland; m. June 23, 

1870, Henry Young of Newark, N. J. 
iv. Harriet Almira, b. May 16, 1851; m. Dec. 7, 1880, Edward 

H. WardweU. 
V. Samuel Miller, b. Aug. 5, 1858, in Utica; m. Jan. 20, 1887, 

in Shepard Memorial church, Cambridge, Mass., Miss 

Caroline W. Hawkes. 

242. 

Mary Adams'' Hitchcock (Samuel Miller^, Zina^, John'^, 8am- 
ueP, John^, Luke''-) son of Samuel Miller and Mary (Adams) Hitch- 
cock, was born Aug. 3, 1817. She married, March 29, 1836, Julius 
Kelley of Kelley's Island, O. He died Nov. 3, 1880. The children 
of Mary Adams (Hitchcock) Kelly were : 

1. Mary Caroline^, b. June 10, 1839; m. June 11, 1863, Wm. Lucas 

Mott, who d. Sept. 9, 1880. She had; 1, Sobart De 
Lancey" Mott, b. April 23, 1864; d. Sept. 2, 1867; 2,Mabd 
Hitchcock Mott, b. Nov. 4, 1865 ; 3, Mary Bostwick Mott, 
b. April 28, 1869 ; 4, Ethel Mott, b. March 17, 1871 ; 5, Doug- 
las Kelley Mott, b. Jan. 80, 1873 ; 6, William Warner Mott, 
b. Nov. 23, 1874 ; 7, Francis Chatwood Mott, b. April 13, 
1875 ; 8, Amy Searing Mott, b. Aug. 13, 1880. 

2 . Douglas Ottinger, b. Jan. 28, 1844, on Kelley's Island ; m. April 3, 

1874, Anna Amelia Fletcher of San F. and had ; 1, Tracy 
BandalV, b. Jan. 17, 1876 ; 2, Norman Douglas, b. Aug. 
8, 1877; 3, Ernest Fletcher, b. Sept. 14, 1878; d. Nov. 3, 
1878; 4, Beginald Heber, b. Jan. 23, 1880; 5, Harold 
Hitchcock, b. Feb. 20, 1884. 

243. 

Almira Willoughby'' Hitchcock (Samuel Miller^, Zina^, John^, 
Samuel^, John^, Luke''-) daughter of Samuel Miller and Mary 
(Adams) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 12, 1822. She married in New 
York, May 10, 1845, Charles Knap of Pittsburg, Pa. and died July 
31, 1876. The children of Almira Willoughby (Hitchcock) Knap 
were : 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



845 



1. Mary Willoughby^, b. May 17, 1855, in Harrison, N. J. ; m. New- 

ark, N. J., Nov. 6, 1884, George Ashman of X. Y. and 
liad: 1. Charles Knap' Ashman, b. Dec. 30, 1885. 

2. Charles Knap. b. April 20, 1857, in Harrison, N. J. 

244. 

Julia Bocghtox'^ Hitchcock {Samuel Miller^ , Zina^, JoJin'^, Sam- 
ueP, John^, Liike^) daughter of Samuel Miller aud Maiy (Adams) 
Hitchcock, was born in Warren, Ohio, Jan. 4, 1828. She married. 
May 9, 1850, in Newark, K. J., Daniel Dodd of that city. She died 
Dec. 25, 1875. The children of Julia Boughton (Hitchcock) Dodd 
were : 

1. Margaret Cronkhite' , b. Oct. 20, 1855, in Newarlj. 

2. Daniel, b. Oct. 16, 18G0. 

3. Mary Adams, b. March 27, 1865. 

245. 

Alexandee BoEL' Hitchcock {Aretus M^., Biiel^, Johw^, Sam- 
ueP, JoJin^, Luke^) son of Aretus M. and Elizabeth B. (Hawkins) 
Hitchcock, was born April 19, 1830. He married Dec. 28, 1853, 
Frances M. Mallory ; res. 1553, Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

CHILD. 

i. Harry A^, b. Oct. 30, 1854; m. June 27, 18S4, Virginia D. 
White and had : 1, Bcel White^, b. April 7, 1S85. Res. 
Disputanta, Prince George Co., Va. 

246. 

John G"^ . Hitchcock {Myron^, BueF, John'^, SamueP, Johiv', 
Luke^) son of Myron and Mary (G-oldsmith) Hitchcock, was born 
in 1830. He married. July, 1864, Anna Chandler of Long Meadow, 
Mass. They have six children. 

247. 

Rev. Lcke' Hitchcock {Barnabas^, Luke^ , Luke^, Luke^ , John^, 
Luke^) son of Barnabas and Jane (McKinney) Hitchcock, was born 
in Staubridge, Canada, in 1806. He married 1st, in 1834, Esther 
Cory. He married 2d, Margaret Brown. He is a Methodist minis- 
ter, living at Hart, Mich. 



346 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WKRB : 

364. i. Wilbur Fisk', b. 1835 ; m. F. V. Kinyon. 

ii. Jebusha, b. 1837; m. Samuel Richard of Staubridge aud had : 

1, EIW Bichard; 2, Armina Bicharcl; 3, Percy Bichard. 
iii. Delia, b. 1840; m. James Crowfoot, Providence, 
iv. Peter,, b. 1842; had 1, Charles^; 2, Della; both living at 

Stanbridge Station, Canada. 
V. Esther, b. 1844; m. K. Preston, Troy, N. Y. He lives in 
Norwall?:, Conn. 

248. 

Rev. Peter M''. Hitchcock (Barnabas^, Lulce^, Luke*, Luke^, 
John', Luke^) son of Barnabas and Jane (McKinney) Hitchcock, 
was bom in Stanbridge, Canada, in 1807. He married at Glens 
Falls, N. Y., Phebe Jane Pierson, born at Fort Ann, N. Y., April 
14, 1810. He was a Methodist minister and member of the Troy 
conference. 

HIS children were : 
i. Dblia^, b. June, 1834, at Granville, N. Y. 
ii. Francis S., b. June 27, 1840, at Cambridge, N. Y. 
iii. George Henry, b. Dec. 26, 1841, at New Lebanon, N. Y. 
iv.. Sarah Jane, b. July 2, 1845, at Albany, N. Y. 
V. Charles P., b. March 29, 1848, at Schuylerville, N. Y. 
vi. Charles H., b. Nov. 4, 1849, at Salem, K. Y. 
vii. Hattib Amelia, b. May 18, 1852, at Mechauicsville, N. Y. 

249. 

Barnabas'' Hitchcock (Barnabas^ , Luke^ , Luke-^. Luke^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Barnabas and Jane (McKinney) Hitchcock, was born 
in Stanbridge, Canada, in 1816. He married in 1840 Sally Montle. 
HIS children were : 
i. Prentice', m. Elizabeth McCarty. 
ii. Virtue Viola, m. Eli Nelson, Milton, Vt. 
iii. Ellen, m. Edward Coslet, Bedford, P. Q. 
iv. Albert. 
V. Edwin, m. Hattie Claris, Northampton; Methodist minister; 

joined N. E. conference, 1875. 
vi. James, m. Julia Cory, 
vii. Hiram, d. y. 
viii. Arthur. 
ix. Luther. 
X. Hem AN. 



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347 



250. 



Chester'' Hitchcock {Prentice^, Luke^ , Luke'''. Luke^, John'-., 
Luke^) son of Preutice and Belinda (Brace) Hitchcock, was born ia 
Staubridge, Canada, June 11, 1810. He died in 1892. 

" His boyhood was spent on the farm in Canada. When a young- 
man he came west to Eockford, 111. and engaged in mercantile busi- 
ness. He -was also in Michigan City, while still a young man, in a 
similar business. A few years later he went to Buffalo, ]^. Y. and 
became interested in grain commission and shipping. 

He was married there in 1849 to Elizabeth Matters. Their chil- 
dren, Charles and Ida were twins, born in Buflfalo in 1852. Charles- 
died in 1857. His death was a great blow to his father who had 
centered all his plans in him. In 1858 he moved to La Porte, Ind. 
and soon to Belvidere, 111. He was at this time engaged in business 
in Chicago. Later he lived in Toledo, O. and then again in Builalo 
in 1863. In a year or two he returned to Chicago where for many 
years he was interested in dealing in grain. 

In 1870 he went with his wife and daughter to California, but made 
it only his winter home, returning each year to his business irt 
Chicago. 

After 1880 he spent his summers almost entirely at his farm near 
Rockford,Ill. called 'Black Hawk Springs.' This place he owned for 
many years and enjoyed better than any other, especially on account 
of its fine water. 

In' character he was energetic and genial and always ansiousto be 
helpful to others. Though he lived to be 82 years old, he was very- 
active and as healthy as a child to the last. He was quite as inter- 
ested in the progress of the world, and in minor matters, as though 
he were a young man. His acquaintance throughout the parts of the 
country in which he had lived at different times was extensive. One 
who has known him well for many years, says of him, ' I have known. 
Mr. Hitchcock since I was a boy, and I have never known him to do 
an unkind or ungenerous deed or to speak unkindly to or of any- 
one.' " 

HIS CHILDKEN WEBE : 

i. Chaeles', b. Buffalo, 1852; d. 1857. 

ii. Ida, b. Buffalo, 1852; m. in 1877. Charles Hatherly GorrilU 
who d. iu 1866. Thev had: 1, Chester Lavyrence^ GorriU, 
b. 1878; 2, Charles Hatherly Gorrill, b. 1879; 3, Arthur 
Winneld Gorrill, b. 1883 ; 4, Malph Carlton Gorrill, b. 1885v 



366. 


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367. 


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V. 



348 DESCENDANTS OF LDKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

251. 

Samuel'' Hitchcock {Aaron^, Apollo s^ . Aaron'*', Luke^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Aaron and Polly (Clark) Hitchcock, was born June 
13, 1813, at Buffalo, N. Y. He married June 2, 1834, Ann M. 
Finch of Delaware, C. W. He lived at Port Sarnia, Canada and 
died March 11, 1871. He was a fisherman and explored and named 
the Islands of Lake Huron and aided in obtaining the present fisherj' 
laws of the Province of Ontario. He was Crier of the Court, Sheriff 
and Counselor. 

HIS CHILDEKN WERE : 

365. i. Julius Chaeles*, b. Sept. 1, 1836; m. July 9, 1861, Finnet R. 

Potter; res. Union Springs, N. Y. 
Rev. Benjamin Franklin, b. March 12, 1837, at Sarnia. 
Ctrenius Denmark, b. Nov. 12, 1838; m. Mary A. Caper. 
Marcus Aurelius, b. Oct. 12, 1840. 

Diadema R., b. Nov. 1, 1841; m. Nov. 6, 1862, John Wilson, 

conductor on Great Western Railway and had : 1, Charles^ 

Wilson; 2, William Wilson; 3, Clara Wilson. 

-369. vi. Theodore Wellington, b. Sept. 12, 1843; m. Caroline 

RyerafFt. 

vii. EuPHEMiA 0., b. May 10, 1845; m. April 2, 1868, Sidney G. 

Wood. Six children, 
viii. Melissa, b. Dec. 17, 1846 ; m. Nov. 9, 1865, John Fitzgerald 
O'Neil and has: 1, Luella^ O'Neil; 2, Melissa O'Neil; 3, 
Lydia Maria O'Neil; 4, John Fitzgerald O'Neil; 5, Samuel 
Alexander O'Neil ; 6, Lyria MabelO'Neil ; 7, Livona Maude 
O'Neil; 8, Lena May O'Neil; 9, La Birtia Myria O'Neil; 
10, Charlie Wilhelm O'Neil. 
ix. James Alexantjee, b. Sept. 5, 1849 ; m. Sept. 13, 1877, Clara 

E. Kelley. No child. 
X. Apollos Napolian, b. Jan. 12, 1853. 

xi. Samuel Luke, b. Sept. 5, 1856; m. Nov. 5, 1878, Jennie Banl- 
ter. 

252. 

Aaron'' Hitchcock (Aaron^, Apollos^, Aaron'^, Luke^, John^, 

Luke^) son of Aaron and Polly (Clark) Hitchcock, was born April 

10, 1815. He married, Oct. 20, 1841, Louisa Richey of Cheekto- 

waga, N. Y., born Dec. 2, 1822. He died Feb. 5, 1874. She died 

•in Erie, Penn., Sept. 15, 1879. 



FAMILY OP JOHN. 34&' 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

370. i. Charles Aaron, b. July 26, 1843 ; m. Dec. 25, 1865. 

ii. EDwrs, b. Nov. 11, 1844; m. Jan: 7, 1868, Mary E. Bartholo- 
mew, Collingwood, Cayuga Co., 0. 

iii. Clara, b. June 11, 1848, Lancaster, N. Y. ; d. May 20, 1874, at 
Put-ln-Bay Islaud. 

371. iv. Jesse Vattghn, b. Sept. 22, 1852; m. May 23, 1875, Katy 

Betts. 
V. Henry, b. June 7, 1855, Elma, N. Y. ; d. June 14, 1847. 
vi. Ell.\, b. June 7, 1855; Elma, N. Y.; m. March 9, 1876, JohU' 

Hickle. 
vii. Hattie Vaughn, b. Dec. 29, 1860, Port Huron, Mich. ; m. 

June 15, 1880, Irving E. Grant. 

253. 

Alexander'' Hitchcock {Auron^, Apollos^, Aaron*', LuJce^,. 
John^, Luke^) son of Aaron and Polly (Clark) Hitchcock, was born- 
Feb. 14, 1817. He married, July 6, 1844, Sarah A. E. Elsworth, 
born Jan. 31, 1828, daughter of William Elsworth, of Lexington, . 
Mich. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. A.MOS A'., b. Sept. 8, 1845; res. Bonnersville, Ransom Co.,. 

Dakota, 

ii. Charles A., b. Sept. 18, 1847. 

iii. M.4.RY L., b. Nov. 14, 1849. 

iv. Patience S., b. April 18, 1852; d. Nov. 19, 1852. 

V. LrciNDA S., b. Jan. 3, 1854. 

vi. Ida E., b. Dec. 19, 1856. 

254. 

David'' Hitchcock (Gad^, jVoah^, Noah-^, Nathaniel^, JoJm^,. 
LvJce^) son of Gad and Lydia (Sanders) Hitchcock, was bom Oct. 
13, 1788. He married, Jan. 27, 1811, Sarah Samantha Walter. 
He died Nov. 24, 1861. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Louisa-, b. Oct. 20, 1811; m. May 19, 1833, David Waters. 
She d. Sept. 11, 1868. She had : 1, Samantha Almira^ 
Waters, b. June 7, 1834; m. Aug. 1, 1858, Richard Miles,, 
missionary to Africa; 2, Aurelia Waters, b. March 20, 
1837; 3, Lucy A. Waters; 4, Datus Oratus Waters, b. May 
5, 1847; 5, Daphne Amine Waters, b. June 7, 1851. ' 



.350 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

372. ii. Amorv, b. Oct. 1, 1815; m. Emily Dacly. 

ill. Gad, b. Aug. 7, 1817; d. 1821. 
.373. iv. Gad Walter, b. May 9, 182^1; m. Harriet Topping. 

V. Climena, b. Sept. 2, 1826 ; m. Nov. 26, 1846, Ebenezer liiugs- 
bury. He was killed iu the civil war, Nov. 23, 1863. 
Seven children. 

255. 

Horace'' Hitchcock {Gad^, Noah^, Noah^, NathanieP, JoJm^, 
Luke^) son of Gad aud Lydia (Sanders) Hitchcock, was born July 
2, 1792. He married Dec. 21, 1817, Patty Stimson. He lived in 
-Homer, N. Y. and died there Aug. 23, 1866. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

.374. i. Desire', b. Sept. 10, 1818; ru. Erastus A. Hunger, 

ii. Polly, b. April 19, 1820; d. May 3, 1820. 
iii. Charlotte N., b. May 22, 1821; m. Sept. 20, 1849, David H. 
Hannnm. Shed. March 9, 1856. Child; 1, Mm-y^ Han- 
nwn, b. 1855; d. 1861. 
iv. Horace Austix. b. Aug. 12, 1826; m. May 25, 1854, Clarissa 
Williams. No child. He d. Jau. 5, 1858, atHonier. She 
res. at Middle town, N. Y. 

256. 

Abner'' Hitchcock {Jesse^, Noah^, Noah^, Nathaniel^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Jesse and Vashti (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born 
Feb. 22, 1795. He married 1st, Nov. 12, 1815, Susan Gardner, 
feorn April 15, 1798. He was Deacon of Brimfield Congregational 
ohurch iu 1835, Eepresentative, 1838 ; selectman three years aud 
'treasurer one year. His first wife died Feb. 27, 1857 aud he married 
2d, Nov. 2, 1858, Nancy Lawtou, born Oct. 18, 1814. He died 
May 2, 1868. 

HIS children were : 
375. i. Calvin', b. March 22, 1817; m. Delia Chandler. 

-376. ii. Alvix, b. Sept. 17, 1818 ; m. Lavinia Tenny. 

iii. Lavinia, b. May 4, 1820, at Brimfield; m. May 19, 1844, at 

Palmer, B. C. Moulton, b. Oct. 9, 1822. No child, 
iv. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 10, 1822 ; d. Oct. 3, 1822. 
v. Susan, b. Feb. 8, 1824; m. 1st, Oct. 16, 1844, Smith Hall, b. 
Nov. 4, 1822. She m. 2d, March 9, 1853, Luther Chapin, 
b. Oct. 19, 1805 and d. Ware, Mass., Oct. 16, 1882; child: 
1, Emma YK Hall, b. June 4, 1850. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



351 



377. vi. Abnek Cwight, b. Feb. 28, 1826 ; m. M. L. Thayer. 

vii. Elizabeth Gardner, b. Nov. 15, 1826; d. Ware, June 2, 1872. 

viii. Esther Fenton, b. Dec. 8, 1827, at Brimfield. 

ix. Vashti Stebbins, b. Dec. 8,1828; m. Oct. 20, 1863, his second 

wife, Gamaliel Marsh of Ware, Mass., Sept. 5, 1820. 

CMldren: 1, Xellie E^. Marsh, b. Aug. 3, 1868; 2, Ahner 

S. JSarsh, h. Sept. 2, 1870. 

378. X. Charles Foster, b. July 3, 1831 ; m. H. M. McClintock. 

xl. Sarah Jane, b. Feb. 23, 1834; m. Nor. 23, 1864, Chauncey F. 
Hyde, b. Aug. 8, 1832; d. May 27, 1876. Tbey had: 1, 
Isabella^ Hyde, b. Aug. 24, 1865; 2, Alvan Hyde, b. Dec. 
1, 1867; 3, Sarah G. Hyde, b. Sept. 15, 1869; 4, Elizabeth 
Hyde, b. Sept. 15, 1872. 

257. 

Alfred''' Hitchcock (Jess^^. Xoah^. Xoah*, JSfathanieP, John^ , 
Luke^) son of Jesse and '^^ashti (Stebbius) Hitchcock, was bom 
Aug. 19, 1801. He married Dec. 31, 1828, Martha B. Alien, born 
Dec. 28, 1800. His house was on or near the present common in 
Brimfield, Mass. He was selectman one year. He died Jan. 27, 
1871 and his widow Feb. 15, 1871. 

HIS CHILDREN 'WERE : 

i. Mary MadeliaS b. May 13, 1835; d. Jan. 23, 1836. 

II. George Morris, b. Not. 19, 1837. m. Delia Parker, Nov. 19, 

1862, and had: 1, Maby Parker', b. Dec. 29, 1865; 2, 
Lydia Brown, b. March 1, 1872. They res. In Brimfield. 

III. Henry- Dwight, b. Oct. 31, 1840; d. March 22, 1842. 
iv. Laura Allen, b. Oct. 31, 1840. 

258. 

Caleb'' Hitchcock {N'oak^, NoaJi^, Noah''', Nathaniel^, Johri^, 
Luke''-) son of Asa and Btercy (Keep) Hitchcock, was born at 
Homer, N. Y., Nov. 27, 1869. He married, Sept. 12, 1827, Fanny 
Doud. He died Aug. 16, 1841. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Percybtt', b. Aug. 13, 1828; m. John Livingston, 

il. DiANTHA, b. March 31, 1830; m. Barney Becker, 

ill. Lucy Ann, b. May 4, 1832; m. N. S. Batchellor. 

iv. BURDETT, b. Nov. 26, 1833 ; d. Oct. 9, 1853. 

V. Permelia H., b. Oct. 13, 1836; m. H. D. Patterson. 



352 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

vi. Caleb B., b. March 30, 1839; m. Helen Barnes, Sept. 24, 1862, 
2cl, July8, 1874, Helen A. Henry. Children: 1, Floyd 
Babnes», b. July 22, 1864 ; d. 1892 ; 2, Carroll Caleb, b. 
March 6, 1869; 3, Fannie Jane, b. Dec. 15, 1876; d. Nov. 
14, 1877; 4, Helen Louise, b. Oct. 24, 1878; d. Aug. 2, 
1881; 5, Minnie Florence, b. Sept. 80, 1881. 

259. 

Asa'' Hitchcock (NoaJi^. Noah^, Noah^, Nathaniel^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Asa aud Mary or Mercy? (Keep) Hitchcock, (Monson 
records give it Mary) was born at Homer, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1800. 
He married 1st, Oct. 16, 1823, Sophronia Sumner of Spencer, Mass., 
born Oct. 3, 1800. She died at Dwight, Cherokee Nation, Indian 
Territory, March 25, 1827. He married 2d, Aug. 29, 1829, Lucy 
Morse of Spencer, Mass., born Jirly 29, 1794, who died at Waverly, 
111., July 25, 1845. He and his wives were missionaries of the 
American Board. He died May 1, 1849. 

HIS CHILDREN WEBB : 

1. Harriet Keep^, b. Oct. 4, 1824, Cherokee Nation, 
ii. Julia Sophronia, b. March 5, 1827. She d. within the rebel 
lines in the civil war which accounts for the uncertainty , 
whether she died in 1864 or '65. 
iii. Joseph Vail, b. June 18, 1830, at Dwlglit, Cherokee Nation; 

d. April 11, 1862, in Washington, D. C. 
iv. Dr. Jeremiah EvABTS, b. Dec. 22, 1831, Cher. Nation, Ind. 

Ter. ; m. Dec. 25, 1862, Harriet Ellen Bush. 
V. Sarah Elizabeth, b. April 15, 1833, Ind. Ter. 
vi. Asa Morse, b. Dec. 21, 1838, Ind. Ter. 

260. 

Noah'' Hitchcock {Noah^, Noah^, Noali'^, NathanieP, Jolm^, 
Luke^) son of Noah and Mercy (Keep) Hitchcock, was born Dec. 
21, 1802. He married Sept. 5, 1826, Lucy Hubbard, born Aug. 13, 
1804. 

HIS children were ; 

i. Mary TAYLOB^ b. 1828 ; d. in infancy. 

ii. Mary Ann, b. May 4, 1831; m. Oct. 15, 1857, "Wm.W. Walker, 
of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She d. April 28, 1862, leaving 
children: 1, Mary IngalW Walker ; 2, Lucy Sitchcock 
Walker. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 353 

379. ill. Edwakd William, b. May 1, 1833. 

iv. Henry Warrex, b. July 16, 1840; m. Nov. 30, 1865, Mrs. 
Nellie S. Sessions; served two years in the Union Army 
in the war of the secession. 

380. V. Noah Dwight, b. Feb. 2, 1843. 

261. 

Elijah'' Hitchcock {Pownal^ , Elijah^ , Noah* , Nathaniel ,JoJin^ , 
Luke^) son of Pownal and Lydia (Xewell) Hitchcock, was born at 
Sand Lake, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1800. He married Catherine Loppy 
and died at Troy, N. Y., in 1834. 

his children were : 
I. WiLLARD C, minister and mem. Troy Conference, 
ii. Sakah Ann, m. Chittenden. 

262. 

Joel N''. Hitchcock (Pownal^, Elijah^ , Noah'^ , NathanieP , John^ ^ 
Luke^) son of Pownal and Sally Ann (Knowlton) Hitchcock, was 
born at Sand Lake, Js. Y., Jan. 29, 1805. He married 1st, Nancy 
Purdy and 2d, Lutie Calkins. He is a tailor and resides at West 
Sand Lake. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

i. Luceetia', b. 1832. 

ii. Stephen, b. 1834, at Sand Lake; pi. Jan. 11, 1857, Elmira 

Bliss; no children, 

ill. John A., b. Nov. 8, 1836; m. in 1859, Mary Martin, 

iv. Samuel P., b. May 8, 1838. 

V. Carrie. 

vi. Joel. 

263. 

Stephen K''. Hitchcock (Pomial^, Elijah^, XoaJi*, Nathaniel^ ^ 
Jolin'^, Luke'^) son of Pownal and Sally Ann (Knowlton) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Sand Lake, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1806. He married 
1st, April 9, 1834, Louisa W. Burton. He lived with his children 
in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. in 1848. He was a tanner and worked 
many years in Hawley, Mass. He married 2d, July 31, 1852^ 
Amanda M. Gary, born at North Nassau, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1812. 

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354 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

He went from Hawley to Galesburg, 111. Three years later he came 
east and located in Sand Lake, and from there went to Hoag's Cor- 
ners where he resided till death. He died at Hoag's Corners, N. Y., 
Aug. 28, 1883. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Dudley Elam', b. March 11, 1835 ; d. in West Hawley, Mass. 
in Sept., 1844. 

381. li. MarkH., b. April 11, 1838; m. Maria E. Dewey, 
iii. Mary F., b. March 2, 1840. 

iv. David W., b. July 6, 1842; went to the war when it first 
broke out, served three years and later two years on the 
Troy, N. Y. Capitol Police Force and afterward was Supt. 
of the Poughkeepsle City Almshouse. 
T. Kate L., b. June 12, 1844. 

382. vi. John C, b. Nov. 15, 18i53; m. Alice A. Tifft. 

264. 

Elam S''. Hitchcock {Alured^ , Elijah^ , Noah* , Nathaniel , John^ , 
Luke^) son of Alured and Sarah (Stevens) Hitchcock, was born in 
Vergennes, Vt., Dec. 9, 1808. His children were all born in Gales- 
burg, 111. 

his children were : 

i. Sarah Caroline', b. Jan. 24, 1840. 

ii. Mary Cornelia, b. Jan. 24, 1840. 

iii. George E., b. Sept., 1843. 

Iv. Ethan A. 

V. Hattib S., b. Nov. 26, 1847. 

265. 

Sarah'' Hitchcock (Ahired'^, Elijah^, JSfoah'^, Nathaniel^, John^, 
Luke^) daughter of Alured and Sarah (Stevens) Hitchcock, was born 
at Vergennes, Vt., March 27, 1813. She married in Farmington, 
Mich., March 24, 183R, Charles Henry Thompson, born Lisle, N. 
Y., Aug. 20, 1808. He died at Cairo, 111., July 31, 1878. Her 
'address is 700 Jackson St., Peoria, 111. The children of Sarah 
(Hitchcock) Thompson were : 

1. Sarah EllenP, b. Aug. 7, 1837. 

2. Charles JIanniny, b. March 21, 1840. 

3. Lucy, b. Oct. 22, 1841. 

4. Ann Eliza. 

5. WiUiam Henry, b. Dec. 21, 1848. 

6. Harriet, b. June 30, 1854. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 355 

266. 

Samuel'' Hitchcock (Alured^, Elijah^ , Noah* , Nathaniel^ , John^ , 
Luke^) son of Alured and Sarah (Stevens) Hitchcock, was born in 
Vergennes, Vt., Oct. 7, 1817. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Jaxe A8., b. April 6, 1841. 

383. ii. Lucius, b. March 31, 1844. 

lii. Fkaxk a., b. Jan. 26, 1846. 

iv. James B., b. April 25, 1851. 

267. 

Frances M''. Hitchcock (Alured^, Elijah^, Noah*, NathanieP , 
John^, Liike^) daughter of Alured and Sarah (Stevens) Hitchcock, 
was born at Vergennes, Vt., Nov. 9, 1819. She married in Galesburg, 
111., Sept. 11, 1839, Adam L. Haj'nor and is living in Creston, Iowa. 
The children of Frances M. (Hitchcock) Haynor were : 

1. EdKcml JB^., b. Nov. 20, 1841, in Galesburg, 111. ; enlisted atHar- 

risburg. Pa., Aug. 6, 1861; killed at tlie storming of 
Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864. 

2. Henry C, b. Jan. 5, 1844. 

3. FranJc il/., b. Dec. 1, 1846, in Galesburg. 

4. 3Iari/ C, b. May 13, 1852, in Galesburg. 

268. 

Henry Ethan' Hitchcock {Alured^, Elijah^, Noah'^, NathanieP , 
John^, Luke''-) son of Alured and Sarah (Stevens) Hitchcock, was 
born in Vergennes, Vt., May 4, 1822 and married July 2, 1857, 
Margaret Gale of Galesburg, 111. He went from Vergennes soon 
after his father's death, with his sister, Mrs. Losey to Whitesboro, 
Oneida Co., N. Y., where Mr. Losey was teacher in Oneida Institute, 
the first manual labor institution in the country. He went from there 
with a colony taken by his father-in-law to what is now Galesburg, 
111., to build upon a then naked prairie a townand to found a college. 
He entered Knox college as soon as it was established, graduated and 
taught there until he received a call to the chair of Mathematics in 
Nebraska University. He is A. M.,Ph. D. and Prof. His children 
were all born in Galesburg. 



356 DESCENDANTS OP LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Henry Sblden', b. Sept. 9, 1852 ; gracl. Williams college and is 
teacher in " Penn. Inst, for Deaf and Dumb, "Philadelphia, 

il. Harriet Gale, b. Nov. 29, 1854; d. 1855. 

iii. Margaret Gale, b. Oct. 27, 1856. 

Iv. Sarah Lucketia, b. Oct. 17, 1859 ; d. 1862, Galesburg. 

V. George Gale, b. April 26, 1861. 

vi. Louise Jackson, b. April 24, 1864. 

vil. Mary, b. Jan. 8, 1866. 

viii. Martha Letitia, b. July 2, 1869. 

269. 

George Hawlet'' Hitchcock {Eaton ^ , Elijah^, Noah* , Nathaniel'' , 
John^, Luke''-) sou of Eaton and Elinda (Norton) Hitchcock, was 
born Jan. 10, 1810. He married Emeline Norton. He was a sailor 
and captain from 1835 to 1855. In 1830 he left Vermont for New 
Yorli:. In 1856 he went west and lived inRiishford, Minn. 

HIS children were : 
i. George L'. 
ii. Henry H., d. in youth, 
iii. Elinda, d. in infancy, 
iv. Ethan A. 

270. 

James Monroe'' Hitchcock {Eaton^ , Elijah^ , Noah*, NathanieP, 
John^, Luke'^) son of Eaton and Elinda (Norton) Hitchcock, was 
born at Panton, Vt., May 10, 1817. He married 1st, March 23, 
1840, Helen Marr Chittenden, born at Lexington, Mass., Dec. 10, 
1828, who died atMillville, N. J., Oct. 15, 1862. He married 2d, 
Dec. 16, 1864, Emily Ann Alexander, born at Niles, Mich., Nov. 
16, 1837. He is a watchmaker. He went west in 1840 and now lives 
in Brainard, Minn. 

his children were : 
i. JAMES^ b. June 6, 1844, Michigan City ; d. Sept. 12, 1844. 
ii. James Lcman, b. Sept. 12, 1845, Michigan City ; d. May 28, 1852. 
iii. George Henry, b. Feb. 21, 1848, Michigan City; d. March 14, 

1873. 
iv. Lyman Clarence, b. May 14, 1853, Michigan City; res. 
Brainard. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 357 

T. Helen Elinda, b. May 29, 1858, Bushford, Minn. ; res. 

Brainard. 
vi. Charles Austin, b. Apri 16, 1861, Hart, Minn. ; d. May 18, 1861. 
vii. Emma May, b. May 11,1866, at Michigan City; d.Xov. 15,1877. 

271. 

Dwight'' Hitchcock {Jarecl^, Elijah^, Noah*, NathanieP ,John^, 
Lv'ke'^) son of Dr. Jared and Katy (Hamilton) Hitchcock, was born 
in Palmer, Mass., Sept. 11, 1805. He married Feb. 10, 1836, Jane 
M. Gardner, born at Glens Falls, N. Y, She died at Syracuse, N. 
T. March 9, 1871, and he died there Aug. 29, 1881. The children 
were all born at Glens Falls. 

HIS children were : 
i. Mary R., b. March 29, 1839 ; m. 1860 to Henry Goss and res. 

in Kansas City, Mo. 
ii. Julia B., b. April 20, 1841; d. nnm. Syracuse, March 6, 1864. 
iii. Gardner D. b. May 10, 1843 ; d. at Syracuse, March 22, 1879. 
384. Iv. Walter Gardner, b. Aug. 7, 1842; m. Nov. 2, 1875, Adelle 
M. Clark; res. Syracuse. 
V. Ida M., b. March 25, 1851; m. at Syracuse, G. C. Gifford and 

res. Syracuse, 
vi. Anna M., b. Eeb. 2, 1853; m. at Syracuse, Allen M. Jones ; 
res. Eairmount, Onondaga Co., N. Y. 



272. 

Hon. Henry' Hitchcock {Henry^, Samuel", Xoah'^, NathanieP , 
John^, Luke''-) son of Hon. Henry and Anne (Erwin) Hitchcock, 
was born at Spring Hill (near Mobile), Alabama, July 3, 1829. He 
married March 5, 1857, Mary, eldest daughter of George Collier 
a prominent merchant of St. Louis. 

" Took the degree of A. B. at Nashville, Tennessee, November, 
1846 ; entered the Junior class at Yale and took the degree of A. 
B. there in class of 1848 ; received from Yale University the degree 
of LL. D. in 1875. Studied law in Nashville, Tennessee, 1849-51 ; 
in September, 1851, settled permanently in St. Louis, Missouri, 
admitted to the bar and has since resided there, practicing law. 
Member of Missouri State Convention, 1861-63; in October, 1864, 
was commissioned Major and A. A. G. U. S. Volunteers, appointed 
on personal staff of General Sherman, and served with him during 



358 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

the march to the sea and the Carolina campaigns, being mustered out 
of service in June, 1865 ; resumed law practice in St. Louis ; as a 
director of Washington University, aided in organizing the St. Louis 
law school, of which he was Dean and Professor until 1881, except 
during absence from ill health in 1871. In 1889 was President of 
American Bar Association; in February, 1890, made one of the 
addresses at the U. S. Supreme Court Centennial at New York." 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Henry', h. June 6, 1858. 

ii. George Collier, b. Dec. 27, 1867. 

.213. 

Ethan Allen "" Hitchcock {Henry^, Samuel^, Noah*, IlathanieP^ 
John^, Luke''-) son of Hon. Henry and Anne (Erwin) Hitchcock, was 
born at Mobile, Alabama, Sept. 19, 1835 ; married March 22, 1869, 
Margaret D., daughter of George Collier. He went to St. Louis 
with his mother and family September, 1851 and engaged in -mercan- 
tile business. " In 1860 he went to Hong Kong, China, in employ- 
ment of Olyphant & Co., a prominent American firm ; from 1866 to 
1872 was partner in said firm, resident at Hong Kong. Has resided 
in St. Louis from 1875 to date, engaged and prominent in business.! 
Is President of the Crystal Plate Glass Co., organized by him in 
1877, largely and successfully engaged in manufacturing plate glass.. 
Also President of St. Louis Ore and Steel Co., organized in 1882lc^ 
mining and manufacturing of coal and iron ; succeeded in 1893 by 
Big Muddy Coal and Iron Co., of which he is President ; is also 
President of Chicago and Texas R. R. Co. (of Illinois) ; has been]' 
President of Commercial Club. In 1875 he returned to St. Louis, 
where he still resides." His children were all born in St. Louis, ia, 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : ,! 

i. Sarah Collier*, b. March 21, 1870; m. John F. Shepley of 

St. Louis, Mo., May 18, 1893. 
ii. Ann, b. Jan. 4, 1875. 
iii. Margaret Dwight, b. May 16, 1878. 

274. 

Dr. Alfred'' Hitchcock (David^, Eldad^, Mcses*, Hathaniel'y' 
Johii^, LuJce^) son of David aud Hannah (Owen) Hitchcock, was 
born in Westminster, Vt., Oct. 17, 1814. He married 1st, Fidelia 
Dorcas Clark, daughter of Barnabas Clark of Westminster, Vt. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 359 

She died Dec. 1, 1849. He married 2d, Jan. 1, 1851, AureliaPhebe 
Wellmiin, born July 13, 1820, daughter of Dea. James Eipley and 
Phebe (Wyman) Wellman of Cornish, N.H., where the family lived 
upon land taken up by the Rev. James Wellman who was graduated 
from Harvard in 1743. She died Nov. 28, 1862. In 1866 he 
married 3d, Miss Ellen Clark of Brattleboro, Vt. He received 
the degree of M. D. from Dartmouth college in 1844, and also 
from Middlebury college. He began the practice of medicine 
in Ashby, Mass., and soon gained a reputation by his sagacity 
in diagnosis, and his skill as an operator. After a few years 
he removed to Fitchburg, Mass., and his professional career there- 
after was one of marked distinction. In the later years of his 
life he was recognized as the leading surgeon of that section of Mas- 
sachusetts. He was the second surgeon on record to perform the 
operation of oesophagotomy, and he began to operate for straugu- 
lated hernia at a time when the operation was regarded by most 
members of his profession as entirely impracticable. His first sub- 
ject was one who had been given up by the attendant physican. Dr. 
Hitchcock designed a stretcher, a surgical chair and some splints, 
made two valuable changes in surgical instruments and discovered 
two medical preparations, placing them at the service of the public 
in accordance with the ethics of his profession. He also took an 
active interest in sanitary medicine and questions of public health. 
Dr. Hitchcock was elected to the Massachusetts legislature for several 
terms between 1847 and 1855, and he was a member of the executive 
council from 1862-64, and closely associated with Gov. John A. 
Andrew. At one time he was appointed a special agent of thestate 
to superintend the care of the wounded, and visited the Southern 
battle-fields, and in 1864 he directed the transportation of the Mas- 
sachusetts wounded. Some account of his services is given in Schou- 
ler's'History of Massachusetts in the Rebellion. For a time he was 
an overseer of Harvard University. After the war Dr. Hitchcock 
retired from public life, devoting himself to his professional duties 
which became engrossing, although he found time to gratify his fine 
literary tastes, and also to take a leading part in the foundation of a 
church and in other religious and civic duties. His writings were 
never collected, but he wrote much and well throughout his life. In 
addition to various monographs and addresses he published " (Chris- 
tianity and Medical Science," (Boston, 1867.) He died in Fitchburg, 
Mass., March 30, 1874." 



360 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. HiLAND Clark', b. 1839. Engaged in business in Ms native city. 

ii. Alfred Owen, b. 1841, Ashby, Mass. ; served through the war 
and earned promotion to the rank of major ; a physician 
in active practice in Ktchburg, Mass. He has two sons 
Alfred' and Edward. 
iii. Julia Fidelia, b. 1846 ; graduated from Mt. Holyoke Semina- 
ry in 1869 ; m. Dr. J. M. Snook, in 1877 and res. in Kalama- 
zoo, Mich. Has two children 1, Helen^ Snook; 2, Alfred 
Snook. 
iv. Edward Wyman, b. Oct. 27, 1853; d. Sept. 10, 1864. 

V. James Ripley Wellman, b. July 3, 1857 ; m. Springfield, Mass., 
May 23, 1883, Martha Wolcott, daughter of the late David 
Hall of Washington, D. C. He entered Harvard Univer- 
sity with honors in 1873 and was graduated in 1877, after- 
ward taking a special course in fine arts and philosophy. 
He removed to New York in 1879, and spent a year in pro- 
fessional studies and in literary work, which obtained 
encouraging recognition, and thereafter he devoted him- 
self entirely to literary pursuits. Since then New York 
has been his place of residence. He has contributed to a 
number of periodicals, including the Century and St. 
Nicholas, chiefly on art topics, literary criticism, and out- 
door life, and as the art critic of the " Tribune " for eight 
years, showed keen insight, fine taste, and fearlessness in 
the expression of his opinions. Among his published 
works are "The Western Art Movement " (1885) ; "A 
Study of George Inness," (1885) ; " Etching in America." 
Mr. Hitchcock also furnished the letter press for the fol- 
lowing volumes : " Some Modern Etchings" (1884) ; " Re- 
cent American Etchings" (1885); "Notable American 
Etchings," (1886) ; "Representative American Etchings," 
(1887); " Important New Etchings by American Artists, 
with text," (1888) ; " Madonnas by Old Masters," photo- 
gravures with text (1888); "Water Color Painting in 
America," (1889) ; and " American Painters in Water 
Colors, " (1890) . He contributed the articles on Trout and 
Salmon Fishing to the Centui-y Company's " Book of 
Sports," and other published writings on various phases 
of out-door life, including many articles on the West and 
Canada, have gained considerable recognition. He has 
edited the following works among others : " The Life of 
an Artist," by Jules Breton ; " The Last Words of Thomas 
Carlyle"; and "The Art of the World," as illustrated at 
the Columbian Exposition. He wasoneof the early mem- 
bers of the Authors Club. Since 1890 he has been the 
literary adviser of D. Appleton & Co. Has one child Roger 
Wolcott, born June 21, 1887. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 361 

vi. Henky Welmiax, b. Sept. 5, 1860; d. April 3, 1862. 
vii. Sophia Doaxe, b. May 3, 1869; m. Alexander Twombly. 

275. 

Db. Homer Owen'' Hitchcock {David^, Elclad^, Moses,* Nathan- 
ieP , John^ , Ziuke^) son of David and Hannah (Owen) Hitchcock, 
was born Jan. 28, 1827. He graduated at Dartmouth college in 
1852 in the same class with Hon. Charles Hitchcock of Chicago. 
He was one of the most eminent surgeons in the state and the first 
President of the State Board of Health. He married 1st, Fidelia 
Wellman, who died Dec. 8, 1874. He married 2d, Dec. 26, 1875, 
Kate B. Wilcox. He resides in Kalamazoo, Mich. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Dr. Chaeles ^Y^., b. July 26, 1858, Detroit; Grad. Mich. 
Univ., 1880; Grad. Dartmouth Med. Coll., 1885. 

11. Eev. Albert W., b. Jan 19,1861; Grad. Amherst College, 
1882; was Principal Kalamazoo High School; entered 
Tale Div. School, 1886; ordained Dec. 15, 1891; Pastor 
Bellville Cong, ch., iSTewburyport, Mass. ; m.Dec. 18,1891, 
Margarette Menton Osgood ; one child, Harriet', b. Sept. 
18, 1892. 
iii. Kate A., b. Dec. 16, 1864 ; grad. Wellesley Col. 1885 ; teaching 
German and French at the Indianapolis Classical School, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
iv. Edward Wilcox, b. Feb. 2, 1877. 

v. Henry W., b. Dec. 28, 1880; d. 1883. 

276. 

Samuel'' Hitchcock {Joseph^ , Joseph" , Joseph'^ , Nathaniel , John^, 
Luke^) son of Joseph and Eunice (Brownell) Hitchcock, was born at 
Hamilton, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1803. He married Jan. 15, 1828, Pru- 
dence Groves (Graves?), born at Lebanon, N. Y., July 2, 1805. 
He died April 22, 1882. She died Jan. 26, 1883. Their children 
were all born in Lebanon. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Lucy Brownell^. b. Oct. 8, 1828. 

385. ii. Joseph Warren, b. Jan. 24, 1830; m. S. M. Skinner. 

386. iii. Marcena, b. June 19, 1832 ; m. Julia E. Eead. 

277. 

Marsena'' Hitchcock (SetJi^ , Joseph^ , Joseph* , Nathaniel^ , John^ , 
Luke^) son of Dr. Seth and Catherine (Blair) Hitchcock, was born 



362 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Aug. 21, 1818. He tnarried at Madison, Ohio, Sept. 21, 1841, 
Louisa A. White, daughter of David and Lydia (Boyd) White. He 
was a builder at Cleveland, Ohio. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Annette Rosabelle*, b. June 13, 1842; m. Oct. 5, 1860, Henry 

M. Perkins, 
ii. Sherman Seth, b. May 5, 1846; d. May 18, 1846. 
iii. Catherine Abigail, b. Sept. 18, 1847; m. June 3, 1868, 

Arthur B. Houston, Willonghby, Ohio, 
iv. David Seth, b. July 16, 1851 ; res. unm., Cleveland, 0. 

278. 

Gaius' Hitchcock {Seth^, Joseph^, Joseph*, Nathaniel^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Dr. Seth and Catherine (Blair) Hitchcock, was born 
May 25, 1822. He married at Madison, Ohio, July 29, 1851, Sarah 
J. McClelland ; died at Madison, O., Sept. 2, 1864. 

child. 
i. Henry GAY^ b. Aug. 7, 1851. 

279. 

Horatio'' Hitchcock {David^, Obed^, JosepJi* , NathanieP , JoJiii^ , 
Luke^) son of David and Olive (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born in 
Brimfield, Mass., Sept. 13, 1802. He married 1st, at Holden, 
Mass, Jan. 2, 1834, Lucinda Howe. He married 2d, in Oct., 1841, 
Mary Howe. He was a farmer. 

HIS children were : 
387. i. SHEI^MAN^ b. May 26, 1885 ; m. Mary Phillips, 

ii. LONA, b. Aug. 10, 1837. 
iii. Lucinda, b. March 15, 1839. 
iv. Lucy, b. June 8, 1846. 
V. David, b. Oct. 13, 1851. 
vi. Edna, b. Feb. 15, 1855. 

280. 

HiRAJi Newton'' Hitchcock {David^, Obed^ , Joseph* , NathanieP , 
Johti^, Liike^) son of David and Olive (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was 
born at Westfleld, Vt., July 4, 1808. He married 1st, in Troy, Vt., 
Dec. 11, 1832, Submit Perkins, wlio died May 5, 1843. He married 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 363- 

2d, in Troy, Vt., Jan. 16, 1844, Fanny Perkins, who died Feb. 16, 
1854. He married 3d, at Patton, P. Q., March 22, 1855, Catharine 
W. Elkins. He was a farmer. 

HIS CHILDEEN WERE : 

i. Maria J^, b. March 15, 1834. 
ii. Henry A., b. Dec. 2, 1835; the first soldier enlisted from 

"Westfleld, Vt. in the war of the rebellion ; shot in the leg 

May 6, 1864, theleg amputated and while in the ambulance 

captured by guerrillas and d. May 8, at the battle of the 

Wilderness, 
lii. Myrtilla, b. Sept. 29, 1837; m. in Bethel, Vt., Dec. 23, 1873,. 

Horace N. Hovey ; res. Lowell, Vt. 
iv. Emeline F., b. July 6, 1840. 
V. Maky 0., b. Dec. 12, 1844. 
vi. Ann J., b. Oct. 24, 1847. 
vii. Charles P., b. Dec. 3, 1853, at Westfleld, Vt. ; m. Sept. 18, 

1878, Emory Dane, Newport, Vt. Child ; 1, Lona A"., b. 

June 9, 1880. 
viil. Mark K., b. April 8, 1860; m. Oct. 1, 1881, Edith C. Maunel,- 

Jay, Vt. One child. 



281. 

Marcus'' Hitchcock (Ira^ , Nathaniel^ , Joseph'*' ,NathanieV , Jolm'^ ,- 
Luke^) son of Ira and Percy (Newell) Hitchcock, was borninBrim- 
fleld, Mass., Nov. 26, 1808. He married Feb. 16, 1832, Patty Bliss. 
They lived in Brimfield where in 1882 they celebrated their golden 
wedding. 

HIS children were : 
i. Hiram Newell', b. Dec. 16, 1832; d. Feb. 23, 1852. 
ii. George Bliss, b. Jan. 6, 1835; m. Lizzie M. Babcock; d. Jan. 
20, 1861. 
388. ili. Edward Walker, b. May 27, 1839; m. J. E. Adams, 
iv. Jane E., b. April 23, 1841 ; d. Sept. 24, 1878. 

282. 

Sylvester '' Hitchcock (^9-Je»nas^, Natlianiel° ,Joseph'* ,Natha'niel^ ,. 
Jolin^, Luke''-) son of Artemas and Abigail (Brooks) Hitchcock, was 
born Nov. 2, 1806. He married Sept. 19, 1832, Lucy Lamberton,. 
born in Brookfield, Mass. He died April 27, 1855 and she died in. 
Ware, Mass., July 25, 1880. 



'364 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

389. i. Newton Emerson', b. Feb. 10, 1835; m. Annie Tighe. 
ii. Julia Maria, 1). April 28, 1838; unm. 

390. iii. Henry Martyn, b. Nov. 27, 1843; m. Sarah M. Bailey. 



283. 

William Emerson'' Hitchcock (Ariemas^, Nathaniel^, Joseph^, 
JSfathanieP, John'^ , Luke''-) sou of Artemas and Abigail (Brooks) 
Hitchcock, was bom June 4, 1812. He married March 29, 1863, 
Clara L. Felton. 

his children were : 
i. George A=., b. Aug. 12, 1867. 
ii. Dora E., b. Oct. 22, 1869. 
iii. Rosa A., b. Aug. 1, 1872. 

284. 

Russell'' Hitchcock {Julius^, Elisha^ , Joseph^ , Nathaniel^ , Jb/wi^, 
Luke^) son of Julius and Huldah (Powers) Hitchcock, was born in 
Westminster, Vt., Dec. 22, 1805. He married Laura Chaffee and 
.settled in Westminster. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 



i. 


Laura M'. 


ii. 


Freeman. 


iii. 


Phebe a. 


iv. 


Mary. 


V. 


Martha. 


vi. 


Frances. 



285. 

Julius Austin'' Hitchcock {Julius^, Elisha^, Joseph''', Nathaniel^, 
.John^ , Luke'-) son of Julius and Huldah (Powers) Hitchcock, was 
born in Westminster, Vt., Jan. 20, 1808. He married Jan. 1, 1833, 
Ehoda Perham and settled in Athens, Vt. 

HIS children were : 
i. LORBN E'., b. Nov. 6, 1833. 
ii. Fidelia W., b. Marcli 12, 1837. 

iii. David J., b. May 10, 1840; m. Jan. 1, 1866, Minerva A. Murrl. 
iv. Mary J., b. June 16, 1850; m. Sept. 16, 1869, Holland C. 
Thrasher. 



FAMILY OP JOHN. 



365- 



286. 



Akad Hunt'' Hitchcock {Caleb^, Elinha^, Joseph'^, NathaniePr 
John^. Luke^) son of Caleb and Nancy (Eaton) Hitchcock, was 
borninWestfield, Vt., Oct. -21, 1811. He mairied Nov. 16, 1834,. 
Matilda O. Brown of Westfield, Vt. He removed to Iowa and was 
a farmer and state senator of Iowa at the time of his death. He 
died at Des Moiues, Iowa, March 16, 1876. 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

i. Cokdelia', b. Westfleld, Dec. 12, 1835; m. there Jan. 23, 1854, 
George M. Stonghton ; has: 1, .!/«)•!/ J^. Stouyhton ; 2,, 
George A. Stouyhton ; 3, Sarah 31. Stouyhton; 4, Herbert 
L. Stouyhton. 

ii. Clakixda, b. AYestfleld, March 30, 1843; m. Feb. 3, 1868, in 
Osage, Iowa, Edwin 0- Hitchcock, son of Hiram andL 
Harriet A. (Bnrnham) Hitchcock. 

287. 

Harvey' Hitchcock (Caleb^, EUsha^ , Joseph"^, Nathaniel^ , JolinP- ., 
Liike^) son of Caleb and Xancy (Eaton) Hitchcocli, was born in 
Westfleld, Vt., Feb, 25, 1814. He married 1st, Dec. 13, 1837, 
Mahala Ward, born at Hardvvick, Vt., Sept. 12, ISlo. She died at 
Peacham, Vt., Aug. 22, 1852. He married 2d, May 31, 185-, Lanra 
Welch. He resided in Chicopee, Mass. and died early in November, 
1889. 

his children were : 
i. Plora ELIZA^ b. March 20, 1840, at Westfleld , Vt. : d. Peacham, 

Vt., Feb. 26, 1852. 
ii. Viola, b. Montpelier, Vt., June 5, 1848; d. Rochester, Vt., 
Sept. 11, 1849. 
391. iii. LoEAXUS E., b. Feb. 3, 1851 ; m. EUa A. Goldthwaite. 

288. 

Hiram'' Hitchcock {Caleh'^ , EUsha°, Joseph'^, Nathaniel^ , JoJm^, 
Luke^) son of Caleb and Nancy (Eaton) Hitchcock, was born in 
Westfleld, Vt., Jan. 25, 1816. He married Dec. 14, 1837, Harriet 
A. Burnham of Westfleld, Vt. He died April 28, 1853, at Chicopee, 
Mass. He was a grocery dealer. His widow died at Osage, Iowa, 
Jan. 3, 1881. 



366 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKB : 

892. i. Edwin 0'., b. June 21, 1840; m. Clarinda Hitchcock. 

ii. AuGDSTA A., b'Jnne 9, 1842; m. Jan. 7, 1859, Samuel G. Pick- 
ett of Westfleld. No children, 
iii. Lucia S., b. Oct. 18, 1845, at Westfleld; m. Nov. 24, 1864, 
Jeri'y W. Amnis and has: 1, Franklin^ Amnis ; 2, Fanny 
Amnis ; 3, Laura L, Amnis ; 4, Homer B. Amnis. 
iv. Franklin 0., b. Feb. 28, 1851, Chicopee, Mass. ; d. there April 

21, 1853. 
V. Hiram F., b. March 24, 1853, Chicopee; d. May 15, 1859. 

289. 

William Hendee' Hitchcock {Avws'^, Elislia^ , Joseph'^., Nathan- 
iel, John^,Luke^) son of Amos and Achsah (Hendee) Hitchcock, 
born at Westminster, Vt., April 27, 1812. He married at Jamaica, 
VI., Nov. 12,1839. 

his children were : 
i. Emma E^, b. Sept. 23, 1840; m. John Allen, April 27, 1876. 
ii. Justus C, b. May 24, 1843; m. June 24, 1868, Eliza Whitney 

of Medway, Mass. 
iii. AcHSAH S., b. Nov. 21, 1844; m. Simeon Grow, Nov. 17, 1869. 
iv. Julia B., b. Sept. 1, 1846. 
V. Nora M., b. Oct. 15, 1848. 
vi. Fannie L., b. Dec. 11, 1851. 
vii. William E., b. March 21, 1854; teacher at Jaffna college, 

Ceylon; m. 1st, in Vt.; 2d, in India, 
viii. John R., b. June 14, 1856; m. at Westminster, Vt., Aug., 
1882, Emma Bautelle. 

290. 

Orus'' Hitchcock {Amos^, Elisha°, Joseph^ , Nathaniel^, John^, 
Jjii'ke''-) son of Amos and Aclisah (Hendee) Hitchcock, was born at 
Westminster, Vt., Jan. 22, 1814. He married Harriet Foss and 
:settled at Campton, 111. His first five children were born there. 

HIS children were : 

i. Mary Jane', b. Jan. 10, 1844. 

ii. Orus Pascal, b. Nov. 27, 1845. 

iii. Harriet Emily, b. March 23, 1848. 

iv. Ella Webster, b. March 8, 1850. 

V. Ellen Foss, b. March 8, 1850. 

vi. Charles Bradley, b. July 6, 1852. 

vii. Frank Betten, b. Nov. 10, 1855. 

viii. Clarabelle Chapman, b. March 17, 1858. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



367 



291. 



Henet S''. Hitchcock (Joseph^, ElisJm^, JosejDh'*^, Nathaniel^, 
Jolm? , Luke^) son of Joseph and Betsey (Prentiss) Hitchcock, was 
bom at Westfleld, Vt., Oct. 13, 1810. He married 1st, Oct. 2, 1832, 
Lovisa Hall, who died May 7, 1844. He married 2d, Feb. 24, 1847, 
Philena Wilcox, born Dec. 31, 1821. He was Justice of the Peace, 
Town Clerk and Postmaster. 

HIS CHILDKEN WEKE : 

i. Sakah 1?., b. Craftsbury, Vt., June 12, 1834; d. Lowell, Vt., 

March 17, 1843. 
11. "Welliam, b. April 4, 1840, at Lowell, Vt. 
iii. Sarah Lovisa, b. Sept. 24, 1848. 
iv. Chaki.es D., b. Sept. 25, 1852. 

292. 

Eehben Prentiss ' Hitchcock {JosepJi^ , Elisha^ , Joseph^, Nathan- 
iel^, JoJin^, Luke"^) son of Joseph and Betsey (Prentiss) Hitchcock, 
was born in AYestfleld, Vt., July 12, 1816. He married Feb. 23, 
1837, Emily Corinne Graves of Keene, N. H., bora at Walpole, N. 
H., April 22, 1817 ; now living in Leominster, Mass. 

his CHILDKEN WEKE : 

i. George Portek', b. Jan. 20, 1838, at Keene, N. H. ; d. April 

23, 1841. 
11. Charles Reobex, b. June 7, 1840, at Keene, N. H. ; d. July 

17, 1841. 
iii. George Harvey, b. Nov. 28, 1845, at New Haven, Conn. ; d. 

Jan. 3, 1846. 
iv. "Willis Henry, b. March 2, 1856 at New Haven, Conn. ; m. 

May 7, 1876. 

293. 

RoLLiN G'. Hitchcock (Josep/t^, Elisha^, Joseph"^, XathanieP, 
John' , Luke^) son of Joseph and Betsey (Prentiss) Hitchcock, was 
born in Westfield, Vt., Oct. 19, 1823. He married in May, 1849, 
Lucy E. Nelson of Mechaniesville, N. Y., born Aug. 24, 1822. 
The children are living in Nebraska and Iowa. 
his children were : 
i. Esther C-., b. April 7, 1850. 
ii. George N., b. Dec. 20, 1851. 



868 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH I. 

iii. ElENZi A., b. Nov. 12, 1853; m. April 25, 1882, Effle Kietli. 

Child : . 1, EMMETT^ b. April 5, 1883. 
iv. Flokbncb J., b. Sept. 30, 1856. 
' V. Edith E.,b. Sept. 30, 1859. 
vi. Chakles a., b. Dec. 2, l361. 
vii. Lauba a., b. July 10, 1866. 

294. 

William G"^ . Hitchcock (Joseph^. Elislia^, Joseph"^, NatJianieP^ 
John", Luke^) son of Joseph and Betsey (Prentiss) Hitchcock, was 
born March 16, 1828. He married March 4, 1852, Orcelia E. CIark& 
of MechanicsYille, N. Y., born Sept. 25, 1830. He was a farmer. 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Sylvestee A^, b. Feb. 19, 1854; d. Eeb. 18. 1858. 
ii. Mame Estblle, b. June 9, 1860; d. Aug. 12, 1861. 
iii. Cora Marie, b. April 22, 1866. 

295. 

SamdelE''. Hitchcock (Aaron diaries'^, Elisha^, Joseph^, Na- 
thaniel^. John'^, Liike^) son of Aaron Charles and Polly (Eastman) 
Hitchcock, was born in Troy, Vt., Jan. 30, 1829. He married in 
Westfield, Vt., Sarah Trumpass. 

CHILD. 

i. Charles^, b. June 14, 1855 ; m. at Patton, P. Q., Dec. 25^ 
1877, Ida Haudey and has : 1, Cora P., b. April 25, 1881. 

296. 

Simon'' Hitchcock (Aaron Cha.rles"' ,Elisha^ , Joseph^, Nathaniel'^ , 
John^, Luke''-) son of Aaron Charles and Polly (Eastman) Hitch- 
cock, was bom at Troy, Vt., Jan. 31, 1835. He married May 11, 
1857, Alice Brown of Westfield, Vt. He was a farmer in Troy, Vt. 

his children were : 

i. Selden B'., b. Jan. 29, 1859, Westfleld. 

ii. Elma A., b. March 5,' 1861, Troy, Vt. 

iii. Stanton E., b. July 28, 1868, Newport, Vt. ; d. Dec. 12, 1870. 
iv. Stanton E., b. Feb. 26, 1871, Albany, Vt. 

V. Ida a., b. April 29, 1873, Lawrence, Mass. 



FAMILT OF JOHN. 369 

297. 

Ar&rsTus Bli>s'' Hitchcock {Samuel BUss^, Peter^, Joseph'*', S'a- 
thanieP, John-, Lulce^) son of Samuel Bliss and Azubah (Blashfield) 
Hitchcock, was bom in Homer, X. T. in 1800. He man-ied Jane 
Van Buskirk. 

HIS CHILDKKN' WERE : 

i. Albert^, b. Jamestown, X. T. 

II. Hexrt. 

ill. Jackson, b. Emporia, Pa. 
iv. Augusta, b. Dryden, N. Y. 

298. 

Alfred" Hitchcock {Samuel Bliss^. Peter^, Joseph^, Xathaniel^ ^ 
John- , Luke^) son of Samuel Bliss and Azubah (Blashfield) Hitch- 
cock, was born Not. 30, 1806. He married Nov. 3, 1830, Susan 
Briggs, bom June 6, 1806. He died in Skaneateles, N. Y., Oct. 31,. 
1865. His widow died there Sept. 11, 1889. 
HIS cHrr.DRBX were: 
1. William Briggs-. b. Sept. 28. 1832 ; d. July 27. 1834. 
11. Alfred, b. June 23, 1834; d. June 14, 1867. 

III. Charles, b. May 9, 1836; m. Oct. 9, 1873, Julia Xash. 

Iv. Mart, b. April 30, ls3S;m. Xor. 20, 1860, Thomas Isom. 

She d. ilarch 22, 1880. 
T. Mortimer, b. April 30, 183S ; d. Sept. 2, 1839. 
vl. Sus.iX, b. April 11, 1841; m. Oct. 25. 1865, Thomas Perrin. 
tU. Sarah, b. April 11, 1841. 
Till. Julia, b. July 11, 1S44. 

299. 

CoLEitAX' Hitchcock {Samuel Bliss^,Peter^, Joseph^, XathanieP , 
John-, Luke^) son of Samuel Bliss and Azubah (Blashfield) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Homer, X. Y.. ^NJarch 9, 1821. He married in 
1841, Susan Clark, daughter of James and .Susan of Homer, X. Y. 
his childrex were : 
i. Frances ilART-, b. Feb. 15, 1843; m. May 29. ISOG, Edward 
D^right Chapin aud had : 1, Louis CoUlnar? Chapin, b. 
April 10, 1S67; d. Jan. 6, 1869; 2, Caroline Chapin, h. 
March 16, 1869; 3, Susan Elizabeth Chapin, b. July 11, 
1873; d. May 3, 1880; 4, Frances Rachel Chapin, b. May 
25 



870 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

11, 1880; 5, Dwight Edward Chapin, b. Oct. 21, 1878; d. 
May 2, 1880. 

ii. Caroline Elizabeth, b. Aug. 22, 1846; res. Homer; unm. 

iii. William Fbssenden, b. July 13, 1854; m. June 10, 1879, Mar- 
guerite Louisa Hough, dau. W. Jerome Hough of Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. He res. Homer and has : 1, Marguekitb 
SUSAN^ b. Aug. 13, 1880 ; 2, ViolEtte, b. Aug. 11, 1882. 

iv. Susan, b. Aug. 16, 1867; d. Sept. 5, 1873. 

300. 

Dr. Joseph G. S''. Hitchcock {Calvin^, Heli^, Joseph'^, Nathan- 
iel^, Jolin^, Luke^) son of Eev. Calvin and Eliza Russell (Stevens) 
Hitchcock, was born at Eandolph, Vt., July 21, 1823. He grad- 
uated at Middlebury College, Vermont ;took degree of M. D. at Har- 
vard in 1850 and practiced in Gorham, Me. He died at Clarendon 
Hills, Mass., Monday Aug. 24, 1891 and was buried in Foxboro, 
Mass. 

HIS children were : 

i. Mary C, b. 1854; d. in infancy, 

ii. Annie E., b. 1856. 

iii. Sakah L., b. 1859. 

iv. Henry Russell, b. 1861. 

V. Charles C, b. 1862. 

301. 

Heli Henry'^ Hitchcock (Heli^, Heli^ . Joseph'^, NathanieP, 
JoTin^^LukeP) son of Heli and Sarah (Farr) Hitchcock, was born 
March 7, 1823. He married Joan Brayman and resides in Indi- 
ana. He was for over forty years a railroad engineer. 

HIS children were: 

i. George Henry', b. Feb. 28, 1846; m. Alice Downing; res. 

Indiana, 
ii. Charles Brigham, b. May 28, 1847 ; m. Ellen Volk. 
iii. Everett E.,b. Aug. 10, 1850; d. Sept. 6, 1850, at Hartford, 

Conn, 
iv. Everett Fillmore, b. Dec. 27, 1851. 
V. Mary Louisa, b. March 27, 1854; d. Jan., 1857. 
vi. Ereord Harrington, b. April, 1855; d. Feb., 1856. 
vii. Mary Louisa, b. Oct. 8, 1859. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 371 

302. 

Key. Abraham Fake'' Hitchcock {Heli^, Heli^ , Joseph'^ , Xathan- 
ieP, JoJin^, Luke^) son of Heli and Sarah (Fair) Hitchcock, was 
born at Chittenden, Vt., May 16, 1829. He married Jan. 22, 1849, 
Caroline Rockwell who was born Feb. 13, 1833. He was ordained in 
1864 and from 1877 pastor of the Congregational church, Suisun 
City, California. 

HIS CHILDEEX WERE : 

1. Elvira C0KSELIA^ b. Jan. 2C, 1850; m. In 1869 Lewis, 

who was drowned in Truckee river, Nevada, and has : 1, 
Xdlie^ Lewis ; 2, Louisa Lewis ; 3, Julia Leiois ; 4, Elvira 
Levris ; 5, William A. Lewis. 
ii. Thomas Edward, b. March 20, 1853. 
iii. Francis Heli, b. Sept. 29, 1854. 
iv. John Wesley, b. Aug. 10, 1857. 
V. Harriet Marie, b. May 10, 1865; m. Jan. 1, 1881 Priest. 

303. 

Rupus Clark'' Hitchcock (Heli^, Heli^, Joseph-*^, Nathaniel^, 
John'-, LuJce^) son of Heli and Sarah (Farr) Hitchcock, was born in 
Chittenden, Vt., Sept. 11, 1835. He married May 20, 1863, Louisa 
St. John. He taught in Thompsonville, Conn, and was later for 
eight years President of the Straight University in New Orleans, La. 
He died in Cambridgeport, Mass, March 6, 1894. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Frederick St. John', b. Aug. 1, 1865, Westfleld, Mass. 
ii. Alfred Marshall, b. May 7, 1868, at Troy, N. Y. 
iii. Harold Edward, b. June 26, 1873, So. Hadley, Mass. 

304. 

Medad' UiTCBCOCK {Heber^ , Meclad° , Joseph*, ISfathanieP , John^ , 
LuJce^) son of Heber and Lydia (Winslow) Hitchcock, was born at 
Westfleld, Vt., Jan 14, 1812. He married Patty Miller of Westfleld. 
He was a farmer and died July 18, 1874. 

HIS CHILDREN' WERE : 

393. i. Russell P'., b. Nov. 6, 1839; m. C. M. Farr. 
ii. Lydia Ann, b. April 26, 1841. 

iii. Alice A., b. Sept. 3. 1849. 

394. iv. Elbridge E., b. June 16, 1852; m. Ida Lawrence. 

V. Netty, b. Oct., 1854. 



372 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

305. 

Medad Clark'' Hitchcock {Medad Smith^, Medad^ , Joseph^ , Na- 
thaniel^, John^, Luke^) son of Medad Smith and Patty (Hitchcock) 
Hitchcock, was born at Westfield, Vt., Jan. 5, 1825. He married 
there LucindaBuabaPApril 17, 1848. She died there Sept. 21, 1882. 
He was a farmer and deacon of the Congregational church. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Minnie', b. Jan. 29, 1849 ; m. Aug. 29, 1876, George F. Clark. 

395'. ii. Alv AH A., b. March 18, 1852; m. Eva B. Gilpin, 

iii. LONA L., b. Nov. 11, 1858. 

iv. Lizzie A., b. March 10, 1864. 

V. ' Homer B., b. Sept. 26, 1871. 

306. 

Perry Smith'' Hitchcock {Medad Smith^, Medad^, Joseph'^, Na- 
thaniel^, John^, Luke^) son of Medad Smith and Patty (Hitchcock) 
Hitchcock, was born in Westfield, Vt., Jan. 22, 1836. He married 
April 26, 1864, Mary Maria Green. He was a farmer and deaconin 
the Congregational church in Barton. The children were all born at 
Troy, Vt. 

his children were : 
i. Ellen Della^, b. Oct. 28, 1866. 
ii. Ida Maria, b. May 20, 1868. 
iii. Mary Effib, b. Nov. 8, 1870. 

307. 

George Loving'' Hitchcock [Jairus^, Aaron^, Joseph* , Nathan- 
iel^, John^, Luke^) son of Jairus and Abigail (Frink) Hitchcock, 
was born Sept. 28, 1812. He married Nov. 19, 1838, Eliza Spar- 
hawk, born 1816, daughter of Samuel and Sophronia (Brown) Spar- 
hawk of Walpole, Vt. She died Jan. 28, 1891 at Ashby, Mass., 
where her husband is deacon of the church. Her age was 74 years 
and 10 months. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Henry S^, b. Oct. 17, 1839 ; m. Mary M. Cliambeiiain andhas 
four daughters : 1, Marion E^ ; 2, M.4.RY C. ; 3, Helen 
M. ; 4, Margaret E. 
Ii. Edward Payson, b. Dec. 16, 1841 ; d. y. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 373 

iii. George Alfred, b. Jan. 15, 1844 ; m. Lizzie P. Howe, and has : 

1, George P^. ; 2, Annie L. 
iv. Trederick Loving, b. March 31, 1846; cl. y. 
V. Ellen S., b. June 22, 1849 ; A. y. 
ri. Arthur Brainard, b. Oct. 20, 1854; m. Florence Maynard, 

child : 1 , Arthur B'. 
vii. Catherine Harriet, b. May 2, 1858 ; m. Albert H. Rand. 

Child : Alfred A". Band. 

308. 

Joseph Frink'' Hitchcock {Jairus'^,Aaron^, Joseph^ , Nathaniel , 
JoJin^ , Luke^) son of Jairus aud Abigail (Frink) Hitchcock, was 
born at Westminster, Vt. , April 10, 1820. He married at Fitch- 
burg, Mass. Oct. 4, 1848, Susan S. Persons of Morristown, Vt. He 
■was a carpenter and builder and died at Fitchburg, April 16, 1883. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Herbert BcTLER^ b. Dec. 10, 1849 ; res. Springfield, Mass. 
ii. RosELLA Louisa, b. Aug. 14, 1851. 

309. 

Lorenzo E'^ . Hitchcock (Moses^, JoJin^ , John* , NatlianieP , John^, 
Luke^) son of Moses and Hannah (Baird) Hitchcock, was born at 
Pittsford, Vt. March 10, 1800. He married 1st, Jerusha Alden at 
Salisbury, Addison Co., Vt., Nov. 11, 1823. She is said to have 
been descended from John Alden of Plymouth. They moved west- 
ward and located where he now lives, at Fort Covington, Franklin 
Co., N. Y. His wife died Nov. 19^ 1830 and he married 2d, Jan., 
1832, Sophia Danforth. 

CHILD. 

i. THOM-iS Alden^ b. July 4, 1828. (Also two daughters.) 

310. 

Joel'' Hitchcock (Moses^, JoJin^, JoJm^, Nathaniel^, JoJin^, 
Imke^) son of Moses and Hannah (Baird) Hitchcock, was born at 
Pittsford, Vt., May 21, 1804. He married about 1830, MissEuah 
Stevens, born in Corinth, Vt. in 1803. He died in Lawrence, St. 
Lawrence Co., N. Y. of Bright's disease Dec. 1, 1864. His widow 
died Aug. 27, 1874. 



374 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. GiLLMORE^, d. y. buried In a field and all trace of his grave 

lost, 
ii. Caroline W., b. 1837; d. Jan. 2, 1853. 
iii. Alice K., b. Marcli, 1838; d. Nov. 22, 1852. 
iv. Eliza S., b. March, 1841; d. June 27, 1843. 
V. Charles C, b. May, 1847; d. Nov. 12, 1852. 
396. vi. William Gillis, b. Dec. 3, 1850; m. A. La Vanway. 

vil. WiLLARD C. , b. April 14, 1852; m. Sept_. 19, 1882, Flora F. 
■Ellis of "Warren, Mass. He is a postal clerk on the Bos- 
ton & Albany K. U. No children. 

311. 

Bliss D''. Hitchcock (Moses^, John^, Jolm"^, N'athanieP, JoJin^, 
Luke^) son of Moses and Hannah (Baird) Hitchcock, was born at 
Salisbury, Vt., Jan. 6, 1815. He married Jan. 11, 1840, in St. 
Lawrence Co., N. Y., Abigail Train,, born at Hopkinton, St. Law- 
rence Co., N. Y., May 18, 1820. He served during the late rebel- 
lion In Co. F. 16th Eeg. Wis. Vols. 

his children were : 
i. Eugene L^.,b. Aug. 28, 1843; "became totally Wind; grad. 
1865, from Janesville, Wis. Inst, for the blind and since 
then has been capable of doing any kind of business that 
one can with good eyes. For four years he was com- 
mercial traveler for three houses. He travels alone and 
takes care of himself. He keeps the accounts for the 
three houses in his head and never makes a mistake. He 
is now in the broom business in Prairie du Chien, ia 
company with another blind man." He married Sept. 4, 
1883, L. Bumson. 
ii. Agnes B., b. April 2, 1846 ; m. Wm. Hills, April 24, 1864. 
iii. Horatio T., b. Dec. 5, 1849. 

312. 

William L''. Hitchcock {Moses^, John^, Johw^, NathanieP, 

JoJm^, Luke^) sou of Moses and Hannah (Baird) Hitchcock, was 

born March 31, 1821. He married Feb. 25, 1847, Sarah S. Cobb. 

He is a land agent at Pottsdam. Two of his children died in infancy. 

his children were : 

i. William S'., b. Feb. 9, 1852. Book-keeper for John A. King, 

Lake St., Chicago, 
ii. George, b. Dec. 5, 1855 ; Pullman car oflSce, Chicago. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 375 

313. 

John" Hitchcock {John OoUon^,JoJm^, John*, Nathaniel^, John", 
Luke^) son of John Colton and Irene (Clark ) Hitchcock, was born 
in Pittsford, Vt., Dec. 8, 1815. He married in Nelson, Ohio, Sept. 
20, 1838, Eleanor G. Sherwood. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Maky ELLEN^ b. Nov. 22, 1840, at Danville, Iowa. 

ii. Anna Lena, b. April 10, 1842. 

iii. Maeia Louisa, b. Nov. 20, 1843. 

iv. Dbll\ Lokinda, b. April 9, 1846. 

V. John Sherwood, b. Jan. 7, 1849; d. March 7, 1849. 

397. vi. William Alfred, b. April 12, 1854; m. A. S. Cowles. 

314. 

Clakk'' Hitchcock {John Colton ''' , John^ , John''' , NathanieP , John^ , 
Luke^) son of .John Colton and Irene (Clark) Hitchcock, was born 
in Wellsfield, 0., Sept. 25, 1821. He married 1st, April 26, 1846, 
Laiirette A. Burnell, born at Cummington, Mass., April 28, 1826 and 
died Dec. 31, 1864. He married 2d, May 1, 1866, Carrie H. Rogers, 
grand-daughter of David Hitchcock and Sarah Swan, born in Hono- 
lulu, Sandwich Islands, Sept. 12, 1843. He is now living in New 
London, Iowa. 

HIS children were : 
i. EmmaL'., b. March 3, 1850, at Danville, Iowa; m. Dec. 23, 

1869, William T. Moore, New London, Iowa. 
ii. Jay W., b. Sept. 20, 1852, at Danville, Iowa; d. there Jan. 

26, 1865. 
iii. Minnie, b. July 6, 1867, New London, Iowa; d. there March 

1, 1870. 
iv. John Rogers, b. Sept. 1, 1872, New London. 
V. Edmund Horton, b. Jan. 11, 1876, New London. 
Ti. Attie Irena, b. Dec. 19, 1880, New London, 
vii. Mary Louisa, b. Oct. 6, 1884, New Loudon, 
viii. CL.4.KK Colton, b. Oct. 6, 1884, New London. 

315. 

Enoch Samuel'' Hitchcock {John^, Enoch°, John*, Nathaniel^ , 
John^, Liike^) son of John and Eliza (Rouse) Hitchcock, was born 
at Cambria, Niagara Co., N. Y., June IS, 1834. He married 1st, 



376 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

at Youngstown, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1858, Sarah Kenard, daughter of 
Eev. John Keuard. She died at Forreston, Ogle Co., 111. He mar- 
ried 2d, Catherine Virginia Staner of the same place, April 27, 1879. 

HIS CHILDHEN WEEB : 

i. Catherine ELIZA^ b. Nov. 12, 1881, in Forreston. 
ii. John Elliott, b. June 6, 1884, in Rockford, 111. 

316. 

Epheaim'' Hitchcock (Ephraim^, Paul^, Paul^, David^, JoJin^, 
Luke'^) son of Ephraim and Catherine (Wood) Hitchcock, was horn 
in Reading, Windsor Co., Vt. He married in Hatley,Stanstead Co., 
Lower Canada, Esther Johnson of Boston, Mass. She died in Lake 
Co., Ind., in 1843. He died of cholera in Chicago, 111., Aug. 15, 
1849. 

his children were : 
i. OAKLEY^ b. Oct. 23, 1816. 
ii. Elina, b. Nov. 23, 1817. 
iii. Arthur, b. Nov. 26, 1818. 
iv. Ephraim Hale, b. Sept. 21, 1820. 
V. Francis Woods, b. April 11, 1822. 
vi. Diana, b. Nov. 18, 1824. 
vii. David Jonathan, b. March 1, 1827. 
viii. Esther Pluma, b. April 11, 1829. 
ix. Mary Maria, b. April 27, 1832. 
X. Artemas, b. Jan. 31, 1835. 

317. 

Artemas'' Hitchcock (Ephraim^ , Paul^, Paul''', David^, John^, 
Jjuke''-) son of Ephraim and Catherine (Wood) Hitchcock, was born 
in Hatley, Canada, Feb. 14, 1799. He married in 1820, Mary Til- 
den, born at Hatley, 1803. They moved from Lower to Upper Can- 
ada in 1831 and from there in 1837 to Detroit, Mich, and in 1839 to 
Rockford, 111., where he died Oct. 12, 1865. She died there March 
7, 1874. 

his children were : 
i. Lucretia M'., b. Hatley, Feb. 17, 1822; m. 1840, William Mc- 
Dowell of Eockforcl ; res. in St. Louis, Mo. 
ii. Amanda M., b. Hatley, Nov. 10, 1824; m. 1842, David Bierer 

and res. at Rockford. 
iii. Eliza M., b. Sept. 14, 1826; m. 1850, J. M. Boatriglit. 



FA3IILT OP JOHN. 



377 



iy. Artemas, b. June 29, 1828 ; m. in California, 1854, Fanny , 

and res. in Eockf ord. 
y. William H., b. Detroit, April, 1829; d. at Santa Clara, Cal. 
from result of wounds at Stone Riyer, Tenn., Dec. 25, 
1862. 

318. 

Edward'' Hitchcock (Paul'^, Paul^, Paul*, David^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Paul and Hannah (Pease) Hitchcock, was born May 
or Aug., 1806. He married Mehitable Kezar, daughter of Amos and 
Dorcas Kezar. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

i. Cabolixe", m. Roscoe Woodward. 

11. Lois, m. Wright Hovey. 

iii. Melissa. 

iv. Teresa. 

319. 

Sdmxee'' Hitchcock (PauP , Paid° , Paul* , David^ , John? , Luke^ , ) 
son of Paul and Hannah (Pease) Hitchcock, was born in Hatley, 
Canada, April 27, 1809. He married March 23, 1831, Prudence 
Barber and settled in West Hatley, P. Q. 

HIS children were : 
i. Angeline', b. May 23, 1834; m. William tJtten. 
ii. PORTUS H., b. June 22, 1841. 
iii. Mary A., b. Sept. 19, 1852. 

320. 

Paul'' Hitchcock {Paup, Paul°, Paul*, David^, JoJin^, Luke^) 
son of Paul and Hannah (Pease) Hitchcock, was born in Hatley, 
Canada, June 29, 1814. He married Emeline Woodward, born April 
30, 1816, daughter of John Woodward. Mr. Hitchcock was for 
several years a merchant in Massawippi village. 
his childrex were: 
i. Holms J^, b. Feb. 24, 1838. 
ii. Amanda M., b. Feb. 19, 1840; d. Aug. 24, 1846. 
iii. Olive M., b. March 14, 1846. 
iv. Sanford C, b. Nov. 5, 1848. 
V. Gilbert P., b. Jan. 16, 1851. 

vi. Ida W., b. ; d. Oct. 14, 1856. 

vii. Ada F., b. June 26, 1856. 



378 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

321. 

David'' Hitchcock {Timothy^, David^, Paul*, David', John^, 
Luke^) son of Timothy and Peggy (Chandler) Hitchcock, was born 
in 1801. He married in Windsor, Vt., Martha Hoyt, born Oct. 4, 
1799. They moved in June, 1846, to Ionia Co., Mich. He died 
Oct. 28, 1859. 

HIS CHILDUKN WBRB : 

i. Giixman', had son Fred and a dau. 

ii. Edson, unm. 

iii. John, m. ; no child, 

iv. Newell, m. ; one son. 

322. 

George'' Hitchcock (Arad^, David^, Paul*, David', JoJm^, 
LuJce^) son of Arad and Mary Charlotte (Ketchum) Hitchcock, was 
born in Allegany Co., N. Y., Feb. 5, 1818. He married in Burleson 
Co., Texas, Margaret Elizabeth Addison, born at Baltimore, Mary- 
land, Dec. 17, 1833. Eesides at Caldwell, Burleson Co., Texas. 

HIS CHILDREN WBRB : 

1. Gboege Lewis^. b. May 13, 1863; d. May 15, 1865. 

ii. Luke Addison, b. Feb. 2, 1865 ; d. April 10, 1865. 

iii. Maky Charlotte, b. May 7, 1866; m. Sept. 1, 1885, Henry C. 

Barnet. 

iv. Frederick Heney, b. Aug. 14, 1869. 

v. Viola, b. Jan. 25, 1872 ; d. March 5, 18'72. 

vi. Maggie Kozbna, b. Nov. 5, 1874. 

323. 

LukeR'' Hitchcock {Luke^ , David^ , Paul*, David', JoTin^, LuM) 
son of Luke and Sally (Yale) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 11, 1823. 
He married, March, 1846, Susan A. Gregory. 

HIS children were ; 

i. Ellen'. 

ii. Elizabeth C. 

iii. Lo VILLA I. 

iv. Dell M. 

V. Frank R. 

vi. Lee G. 

vii. Roy G. 

viii. Ida M. 

ix. Maud. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 379- 

324. 

DATro Hujie'' Hitchcock {Joel^, Jonathan^, Jonathan*, David^, 
Jolm"^, LuJce^) son of Joel and Roxaoa (Morris) Hilchcock, was 
horn in Monson, Mass., May4, ]831. He married 1st, Minerva 
Bruce of Somers, Conn., born there Jan. 10, 1833, and died there 
Jan. 21, 1863. He married 2d, Eliza Moody of Somers and 3d,. 
Mary Burk. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Arthur J^, b. Jan. 8, 1855; d. Sept. 29, 1858. 
ii. Ida M., b. Xov. 21, 1860; d. i[i Springfield. Mass., Oct. 4, 1882. 
ill. Freddie, b. Jan. 14, 1863; ves. Monson. Children all born 
In Somers. 



EIGHTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

325. 

Ltmax^ Hitchcock (Eleazev, Reuben^. John', John''', John^,. 
John^, Luke^) son of Eleazer and Caroline (Allen) Hitchcock, was 
born Oct. 26, 1818. He married April 7, 1840, Mary Payne; d. 
Aug. 19, 1891. 

HI* CHILDKEX WERE : 

i. Lyjiax Allen', b. Feb. 16, 1841. 

11. Hiram Milton, b. Sept. 29, 1842, in Enfield, Conn.; m. Hart- 
ford, Coun., May 19, 1864, Addle M. Olney, b. "Worcester,. 
Mass., Oct. 21, 1845. He was a house painter. He had : 
1, Wm. Ly:man1<', b. Hartford, June 10, 1865; d. June 13, 
1865; 2, Nellie Marfa. b. Hartford, March 30, 1867; d. 
Jan. 11, 1872 : 3, Milton Pitt, b. Hartford, Jan. 6, 1870;. 
4, Em.ma Eliza, b. Hartford, Aug. 9, 1874. 
iii. Caroline Emma, b. March 4, 1848; d. Sept. 15, 1849. 
iv. Henry Aden, b. July 12, 1850; d. Sept. 15, 1855. 

V. Mary Ellen, b. July 4, 1854. 

326. 

HiRAM^ Hitchcock (Eleazer'^ , Reuben^ , John'' , John*, John^, John^,. 
Luke^) son of Eleazer and Caroline (Allen) Hitchcock, was born at 



-380 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Wilbraham, Mass., July "26, 1825. He married, Oct. 26, 1848, Cla- 
-rissaL. Button. Address, Parksville, Hartford, Conn. 

HIS CHILDUEN WERE : 

i. Mary ELLA^ b. Nov. 26, 1849, Enfield, Conn. ; d. Jan. 2, 1852. 
ii. Mary Evelyn, b. Dec. 23, 1852; m. Nov. 11, 187*3, Willis 

Small, Hartford, 
iii. George B., b. Nov. 6, 1857; m. July 26, 1882, Pauline Smith, 

Glastonbury, Conn. ; d. Feb. 24, 1883, Hartford. 
iv. Ernest H., 1). Sept. 2, 1864, Hartford, Conn. 



327. 

Walter^ Hitchcock {Ithamar' , Aaron^, John^, John*, John^, 
.JoImv', Luke'-) son of Ithamar and Polly (Allen) Hitchoock, was 

born in Wilbraham, Sept. 9, 1816. He married LucyE. . Heis 

deacon of the same church and lives on the same farm on which his 
grandfather resided in 1704. He was a member of the Legislature 
in 1863. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

). Helen LouISA^ b. March 18, 1842. 
ii. Charles Edgar, b. March 31, 1847 ; d. Nov. 7, 1866. 
iii. Walter Duane, b. Dec. 19, 1850. 

328. 

Levi^ Hitchcock {Ithamar'^, Aai-on^, John^ , John\ John^, John^, 
Luke^) son of Ithamar and Polly (Allen) Hitchcock, was born at 
Wilbraham, Mass., July 24, 1819. He married 1st, Sept. 10, 1851, 
Mary Jane Johnston of Haverhill, N. H. She died, May 9, 1863. 
He married 2d, Oct. 18, 1865, Harriet Lavinia Lothrup. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Henry', b. May 9, 1852 ; d. in infancy. 

ii. T. Henry, b. Oct. 2, 1855 ; m. Thanksgiving, 1882, Fanny 
Billings of Northampton, Mass. 'He lives in Columbia, 
S. C. " 
iii. Georgiana Swazey, b. Aug. 18, 1858; m. Oct. 11, 1882, E. H. 

Hamblin. 
iv. Mary J., b. May 3, 1863 ; d. in infancy. 
V. Harriet Lavinia. 
vi. Frances Maria, m. Clark; res. Kingston, Out. 



FAMILY or JOHN. 



381' 



329. 



Plint^ Hitchcock {Aslier'' , Luther^ , Josiah^, John''', John'^, John^,- 
Luke^) sou of Asher and Pamelia (Waniner) Hitchcock, was born 
in Springfield, Mass., June 28, 1810. He married April 4, 1832,. 
Lydia J. Hawley of Bristol, Conn. ; res. Bristol. 

HIS CHILDKEN WEKE : 

i. Justina", b. May 17, 1833. 

ii. Juliana, b. Aug. 19, 1834; m. Dec. 25, 185.5, M. M. Woodford., 

iii. Pamei.ia, b. Dec. 5, 1836; d. Dec. 17, 1838, Bristol, Conn, 

iv. Jane S., b. Nov. 12, 1839. 

V. Juliette E., b. July 18, 1842. 

330. 

Lyman* Hitchcock (Asher"', Luther'^, Josiah° , JoJm^, John^,. 
John^, Luke'^) son of Asher and Pamelia (Warriner) Hitchcock, 
was born at Springfield, Mass., Sept. 12, 1812. He married in 
April, 1834, at South Hadley, Dorcas White of that place, who died, 
March 24, 1871. He died at West Springfield, June 13, 1881. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Adelaide", b. Feb. 4, 1835 at Bristol, Conn.; m. Elihu P. 

White of South Hadley. 
ii. Joseph, b. Jan. 5, 1837, at Springfield; d. April 28, 1838. 
iii. Joseph, b. Jan. 10, 1839, at Springfield; d. Feb. 25, 1841. 
iv. Luther, b. Jan. 31, 1841, at Springfield; m. there Thirza 
Clark ol Montgomery. He was a carpenter and enlisted 
April 25, 1861, in the 10th Mass. Inf., and served nearly 
through the war ; was in all the battles of the regiment 
except Gettysburg, was severely wounded in the battle of 
the Wilderness and mustered out July 1, 1864 at the expi- 
ration of his term of service. 
V. Elvira White, b. Feb. 26, 1843; m. at Springfield, John L. 

Knight of Worcester, 
vl. Lyman, b. July 9, 1845 ; d. March 3, 1846, at Springfield, 
vii. Charles, b. March 4, 1847 ; d. March 27, 1855, at Springfield.^ 
viii. James, b. Feb. 7, 1849; d. Feb. 10, 1849, at Springfield. 
ix. Pamelia Warriner, b. July 8, 1850; m. Frank B. Stanton of 

Springfield. 
X. Mary Sophia, b. July 12, 1852 ; m. Charles Stebbins of Spring- 
field ; d. In 1875. 
xi. John, b. Feb. 22, 1856 ; d. before his father. 
xii. Asenath, b. March 16, 1860, at South Hadley, Mass. ; d. before- 
her father. 



&82 DESCENDANTS OP LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

331. 

Geoege^ Hitchcock (Aslier'^, Luther^, Josiah^, John*, John^, 
.John^, Luke^) son of Asher and Pamelia ( Warriner) Hitchcock, was 
born Oct. 1, 1814. He maiTiecl Sept. 29, 1839, Mary F. Bailey of 

■ Southbriclge, Mass. He died Aug. 18, 1877, at Watertown, N. Y. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. George A'., b. Sept. 5, 1841; m. Sept. 8, 1870, Laura Z. Fer- 
guson and had: 1, Mary Z'°., b. Aug. 27, 1871; 2, Wil- 
liam Henry, b. Nov. 12, 1876 ; 3, Nettie Bailey, b. June 
10, 1882 ; all b. hi Kansas City. 

li. Lewis, b. Nov. 5, 1843; d. Dec. 2, 1843. 

iii. Ann E., b. Jan. 7, 1845 ; d. Jan. 21, 1850. 

iv. Mary A., b. Sept. 8, 1848. 

V. Martha A., b. Sept. 8, 1848; m. Dec. 2, 1873, Elon G. Lewis, 
and has : 1, George Elon}" Lewis, b. Jan. 19, 1878, at Water- 
town, N. Y. ; 2, Mabel Amelia Lewis, b. May 10, 1879; 3, 
Lena M. Lewis, b. Sept. IB, 1881, at Watertown. 

vi. SophroniaB., b. Oct. 9, 1852; m. Dec. 8, 1870, Ervin L. 
Harris, and had : 1, George ArnoW Harris, b. Jan. 3, 1873. 

332. 

Samuel^ Hitchcock {Asher'^ , Luther^, Josiah^, John*, John^, 
.John^, Luke''-) son of Asher and Pamelia (Warriner) Hitchcock, 
was born in Springfield, Mass., March 1, 1821. He married May 
15, 1846, Ann A. Earl. He was a barber. 

CHILD. 

i. Asher H"., b. Hartford, Conn,, Feb. 28, 1849; m. March 12, 
1874, at Hartford, Emily A. Phelps. He is a mechanic; 
address, Milford, Conn. He enlisted in the U. S. Navy 
July 27, 1864, and was discharged Sept. 12, 1867. 

333. 

Harvey Cooley^ Hitchcock (Asher'' , Luther'^, Josiah^, John*, 

■ John^, John^, Luke^) son of Asher and Pamelia (Warriner) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Springfield, Mass., March 5, 1825. He married 
1st, at Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 21, 1848, Catherine Jane Bowles, 
born at Hartford, Conn., Nov. 29, 1830. He married 2d, Dec. 4, 
1877, Jennie Dean of Springfield, Mass. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Louis Bowles", b. April 22, 1855. 
ii. Howard Eaton, b. Sept. 5, 1868. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 



383 



334. 



JoHN^ Hitchcock {AsJier'', Luther^, Josiah^ , John^ , John^ , John-, 
Luke^) son of Asher and Pamelia (Warriner) Hitchcock, was born 
March 25, 1827. He married Dec. 17, 1846, Abigail L. Tupper, 
born Dec. 27, 1827. Address, North Wilbraham, Mass. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Albert J'., b. Jan., 1848; m. 2cl, Dec. 2, 1879, Jennie A. 

Bruce of Leominster, 
ii. Charles E., b. Marcli 25, 1850; d. Dec. 15, 1873. 
iii. Caroline J., b. May 27, 1852 ; d. in Wilbraham, Oct. 29, 1860. 
It. William H., b. June 9, 1854. 
V. Frederick A., b. Jan. 13, 1857; m. May 11, 1883, Mary Bruce, 

of Wilbraham. 
vi. Henry F., b. April 22, 1861. 

vil. Lizzie A., b. June 8, 1863; m. Xoy. 16, 1882, Hibbard Bates, 
viii. Arthur E., b. Sept. 10, 1865. 
ix. LiLi.\N May, b. April 30, 1870. 

335. 

Franklin^ Hitchcock {Asher'', Luther'^. Josiah^, John-^, John^, 
John'^ , Luke^ ) son of Asher and Pamelia (Warriner) Hitchcock, was 
born in Springfield, jNIass., Sept. 16, 1829. He married March 14, 
1852, Carrie Bates of Springfield. He died there July 22, 1872. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Ella C, b. Feb. 5, 1853, in Springfield ; d. there Oct. 6, 1855. 
ii. William H., b. Sept. 25, I860; sliippiug clerli. 

336. 

Thomas J8. Hitchcock (Oti's", Bethuel^, Josiah° , John* , John^ , 
John', Luke^) son of Otis and Sarah (Delano) Hitchcock, was born 
Jan. 27, 1823. He married Aug. 31, 1846, Lucinda Search, born 
Feb. 24, 1827. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Melvixa J'., b. April 22, 1847 ; m. Dec. o, 1869, Philo Stevens 
and had : 1, Hiram Lawrence^" Stuvens, b. March 16, 1871 ; 
d. Feb. 4, 1873; 2, Glen Arthur Stevens, b. Not. 29, 1872; 
d. Feb. 14, 1873; 3, Bertram Eugene Stevens, b. Nov. 21, 
1875 ; 4, Howard Elgin Stevens, b. May 9, 1879. 
ii. Oscar Delano, b. May 17, 1851. 



384 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

iii. Esther, b. Oct. 2, 1852. 
iv. Okviixe, b. Oct. 17, 1855; d. April 30, 1864. 
V. Agnes, b. Aug. 8, 1860; m. June 16, 1879, Lyman Munger; 

cbild : 1, Archie^" Munger. 
vi. COKA, b. Aug. 3, 1863. 

337. 

Tetjman^ Hitchcock {Otis'', Bethuel^, Josiah^, JoTin'^, Johnny 
John'^, Luke''-) son of Otis and Sarah (Delano) Hitchcock, was 'born 
Aug. 26, 1827. He married Hannah Berry and lives in Ran- 
dolph, N. Y. 

HIS CHILDKEN WKKE : 

1. LOKA^ b. 1862; m. E. Barber, 

il. Gbokgb W., b. March 22, 1863. 

Iii. Henry, b. April 2, 1866. 

iv. Myra, b. Aug. 22, 1871 ; teacher. 

V. Lyle, b. May 16, 1873 ; mechanic, 

vi. Earl, b. Dec. 17, 1875. 

vii. May, b. Oct. 6, 1877. 

338. 

Edwin^ Hitchcock ( Otis'' , BetJmel^ , Josiah^ , John^ , JoJin^ , John^ , 
Luke''-) son of Otis and Sarah (Delano) Hitchcock, was born in 
Randolph, N. Y. He married Ellen Benson. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Luella', b. Sept. 24, 1861 ; m. George Ropps. 

ii. Claeenob, b. Aug. 25, 1863; m. McGinnis. 

iii. Charles W., b. Nov. 6, 1865. 

iv. Alvin E., b. Jan. 25, 1868. 

V. Otis C, b. May 9, 1871. 

vi. Eddie G., b. Sept. 6, 1873. 

vii. Paul B., b. Aug. 5, 1876. 

viii. Glen P., b. Feb. 11, 1879. 

ix. Becca T., b. March 2, 1883. 

339. 

MiLO^ Hitchcock {Otis'' , Bethuel^ , Josiah^, John* , John^ , John' , 
Luke') son of Otis and Sarah (Delano) Hitchcock. He married 
March 3, 1862, Louisa Hill. 



FAMILY OP JOHN. 



385 



HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

i. Frederick', d. y. 

li. Harriet, b. Dec. 25, 1862; ra. Sept., 1882, George Wilhelm. 
Children, twins : 1, Walter^" Wilhelm; 2, Arthur Wilhelm. 

ill. Gertrude M., b. May 7, 1864; m. Edward Busb. 

iv. Frank G., b. Jan. 19, 1866. 

V. Fred, b. Dec. 22, 1873. 

vi. Melva, b. Oct. 31, 1877 ; d. Nov. 3, 1878. 

vii. Florence M., b. Oct. 23, 1881. 



340. 

JosiAH^ Hitchcock (Erastus'', Josiali^ . Josiah^ , JoJm* , John^, 
Jolin^ , Luke^) son of Erastus and Mary (Parsons) Hitchcoek, was 
born in Springfield, Mass., May ,27, 1818. He married there April 
22, 1845, Sarah A. Roberts, born at Vernon, Conn. July 31, 1825. 
He died at Springfield, Feb. 15, 1884. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. George A'., b. May 25, 1846; d. Nov. 2, 1846. 
ii. Josiah, b. March 26, 1848 ; d. July 30, 1848. 
lii. Francis M., b. Oct. 14, 1851 ; d. April 11, 1852. 
iv. Alice J., b. Oct. 20, 1854; m. F. M. Alden, Springfield. 
V. Susie R., b. Nor. 17, 1859; m. May 1, 1884, George 6. Whit- 
more of Hartford, Conn. 

341. 

Elias Russell^ Hitchcock (Edicin Milton'', Heber^, Josiah^, 
John'*', JoJin^, John^, Luke^) son of Edwin Milton and Flavia 
(Russell) Hitchcock, was born March 7, 1826. He married May 1, 
1851, Catherine Andrews of Deerfield, Mass., born at Shelburne, 
Mass., Nov. 2, 1821. He was a printer on the Springfield Republi- 
can for 37 years. He died in Springfield, Dec. 23, 1881. 

his children were : 
i. Andrew Earl', b. April 20, 1852, in Springfield; m. May 3, 
1876, Emily Ruth Dunbar of Ludlow, Vt. He is a 
printer, 
ii. Herbert Elias, b. Oct. 23, 1855, at Springfield ; d. there March 

15, 1858. 
iil. Deleer Baxter, b. Dec. 1, 1857; machinist, 
iv. Walter Bardwell, b. April 20, 1861 ; machinist. 
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386 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

342. 

Lewis Franklin^ Hitchcock (Warham'^ , Levi^. Levi^, John*, 
John^, Jolin'^, Luke''-) son of "Warham and Olive (Clongh) Hitchcock, 
was born in Cummington, Mass., Feb. 27, 1833. He married. May 
5, 1853, Thankful E. Brown of Easthampton, Mass. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

i. CHAKLBS^ b. Feb. 7, 1855. 
li. Nettie, b. June, 1858; m. Theodore M. Place, 
iii. Minnie, b. May 13, 1867. 

343. 

Consider B^., Hitchcock {Quartus'', Etlian^, Samuel^, Samuel*, 
John^, JoJin^, Luke') son of Quartus and Ardelia (Bond) Hitchcock, 
was born in Hawley, Mass. in 1825. He married in 18C4, Fannie 
A. Snow of Sandgate, Vt. He is a professor of music, living in 
1883 inCoolville, Ohio. 

his childben were : 
i. Annie M'., b. May, 1866, in Sandgate. 
ii. Herbert E., b. Coolville, 0., S«pt., 1869. 
Iii. Louie B., b. Jan., 1876., in Tamaroa, 111. 

344. 

Eei Whitman^ Hitchcock {EtJian'^ , Etlian^, Samuel^, Samuel*, 
John^, John^, Luke') son of Ethan and Aehsah Ann (Whitman) 
Hitchcock, was born in Buckland, Blass., Nov. 25, 1836. He 
married Oct. 28, 1859, Ellen A. Gillette, born at Florida, Mass., 
Oct. 28, 1842, and died in Hawley, July 28, 1869. 
his children were : 
i. Florion J'., b. Dec. 7, 1860, in Buckland. 
ii. Gertie M., b. Oct. 19, 1863, in Charlemont, Mass. 
iii. Lena M.,b. May 3, 1865, in Hawley, Mass. Her name changed 

to Gillett. 
iv. Freddie C, b. April 3, 1869, in Hawley. Name changed to 
Allen. 

345. 

Henry SamuelS Hitchcock {Simeon Cooley"^ , Samuel^, SamueP, 
Samuel*, Jolin^ , John^, Luke') son of Simeon Cooley and Euphrasia 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 387 

(Jackson) Hitchcock, was born in Cazenovia, N. Y., Dec. 24, 1830. 
He married 1st, Maj', 1852, Emilj' Greenland of Cazenovia. She 
died May 17, 1853. He movedin 1853 loBinghamton. He married 
2d, May, 1855, Mary J. Smith of Quincy, 111. All his children 
except the j-onngest were born in Binghamton, N. Y. He died in 
St. Louis, Mo., July 27, 1866. His widow married Paul Selby of 
Springfield, HI. 

HIS CHII.DKBN WERE : 

i. Fkedekick Smith', b. Marcli, 1856; d. in Quincy, 111., 1856. 
ii. Chaules Henky, b. Nov. 12, 1857; lives with his grandmother 
Mrs. Simeon C. Hitchcock in Binghamton, N. Y. ; grad. 
Ham. Col., 1879 ; studied law and was admitted to the bar 
in 1884. 
iii. Sidney Cooley, b. Oct. 11, 1859 ; d. Quincy, 111., Dec. 2, 1872. 
iv. Chaklotte Smith, b. July 27, 1863; lives with her mother 
Mrs. Paul Selby, Springfield, 111, 

346. 

Henkt^ Hitchcock (William'', Pliny^ , Samuel^ , Samuel'^ , Jolin^ , 
JoJin^, Luke''-) son of William and Eoxana (Hodges) Hitchcock, 
was born at Eome City, Ind., May 4, 1849. He married Sept. 12, 
1872, Minerva Miller of Eome City. The children were all born 
there. 

HIS CUILDREX WERE : 

i. William H^, b. June 9, 1873. 

ii. Mary J., b. Feb. 23, 1875. 

iii. Harry, b. Feb. 28, 1876. 

iv. Pliny, b. June 25, 1878. 

V. rRBDERiCK, b. Dec. 30, 1880. 

vi. Entell, b. June 18, 1882. 

347. 

COMMASDKR EOSWELL DwiGHT^ HiTCHCOCK, U. S. N. {BeV. Sos- 

well DwigJit'' , JRoswell^, Samuel^, Samuel^, John^, John-, LuJce'^) son 
of Dr. Eoswell D wight and P^lizabeth Anthony (Brayton) Hitchcock, 
was born in Fall River, Mass., Oct. 30, 1845, and married in Balti- 
more, Md., Sept. 26, 1871, Mary Elizabeth Higgins. He died in 
New York City, Dec. 3, l.'<92. The following noiice is from a Fall 
River paper : " Commander R. D. Hitchcock, U. S. N., who died in 
New York on Saturday last, was well knovvn to many of our citizens 



388 DESCENDAKTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

of middle age, a considerable portion of his boyhood having been 
passed at the old Durfee homestead, No. 72, North Main street, 
with his cousin, the late Bradford M. C. Durfee. Commander 
Hitchcock was born in this very house, and with singular appropriate- 
ness he will be taken to his last resting place from the same house 
to-morrow morning. Commander Hitchcock entered the Naval 
Academy at the outbreak of the civil war, graduated in 1865 and at 
the time of his death had attained the rank of commander. He was 
in constant active service from the day of his graduation to the day 
of his death. During this period he made two cruises to China and 
the East, three to the Mediterranean, served three years in the coast 
survey, three years in the light house service, as inspector, and 
engaged in a government survey of the Isthmus of Darieu for a ship 
canal. He was of the party of officers representing our government in 
1883 at the formal opening of Corea to diplomatic and commercial 
intercourse with civilized states. While on coast survey service, in 
1876, he discovered a fountain of fresh water in the ocean about ten 
miles off St. Augustine, Florida. Commander Hitchcock's energy, 
sagacity and good judgment marked him out as a man peculiarly 
fitted for delicate government duty, and in the summer of 1891 he 
■was selected for service against the seal poachers in Behring Sea. 
Although suffering from a disorder growing out of illness contracted 
in the line of service, he insisted on serving this important cruise, 
and at its completion was ordered for a year's service in China to 
protect American citizens in case of an uprising. At the termina- 
tion of his cruise he returned to his home, where, after a short three 
weeks he closed his life in the midst of his family and friends. The 
funeral took place at Madison Square church on Tuesday, the escort 
consisting of a battalion of marines and sailors under Comdr. Ide." 

CHILD. 

1. Hakkibttb Bkadfobd, b. in Washington, D. C, Aug. 10, 1872. 

348. 

James Feank^ Hitchcock {Corydony , Oliver^, Oliver^, Samuel*', 
John^, John^, Luke^) son of Corydon and Marietta (Trowbridge) 
Hitchcock, was born in Ripley, N. Y., April 26, 1853. He married 
Sept. 21, J 876, Eva L. Allen, Jamestown, N. Y., born in Poland, 
N. Y., Jan. 20, 1854. He is a manufacturer of wood-pulp at 
Jamestown. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 389 

HIS CHILDREN WEKE : 

i. Marietta', b. June 15, 1877, at Jamestown, 

ii. CoRYDOX, h. Jan. 4, 1879, at Jamesto-\vn. 

iii. Frank Allen, b. Dec. 25, 1880, at Corydon, Pa. 

iv. Alexander P., b. May 1, 1883, at Corydon. 

349. 

Charles Bishop^ Hitchcock (Jra Irvine'', Ebenei -.r^ , Samuel^, 
Samuel'^ , SamueP , John^ , Luke^) sou of Ira Irvine and Melinda 
(Bishop) Hitchcock, was born at Utica, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1817. He 
married at Havre De Grace, Md., Dec. 21, 1841, Mary Bartol. He 
died there May 27, 1875. His children were all born at Havre 
De Grace. 

HIS children were : 

i. George Bartol', b. April 25, 1843, at Havre De Grace ; d. 

there iinm. Nov. 29, 1864. 
ii. Ira Irvine, b. Jan. 18, 1845; d. there Sept. 13, 1845. 
iii. Mary Melinda, b. April 24, 1846 ; m. June 30, 1868, Rev. Wm. 

H. Cook; d. Nov., 1884. 
iv. Charles Edward, b. Sept. 6, 1850 ; m. May, 1876, Kate Bartol 

and had: 1, Ella Spragub'" ; 2, Maby Bartol. 



350. 

George Feank^ Hitchcock {Ira Irvine'', Ebenezer^, Samuel^, 
Samuel-^, SamueP, John^, Luke'^) son of Ira Irvine and Melinda 
(Bishop) Hitchcock, was born at Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 21, 1819. 
He married there, March 3, 1841 , Mary Murdock, sister of the cele- 
brated actor. He died at Pittsburg, Pa., July 29, 1857. 

his children were : 
i. Frank H'., b. March 11, 1843, at Chelsea, Mass. ; m. at Phila- 
delphia, Jennie Workman, and d. there Nov., 1872. 

ii. Harry S., b. Aug. 19, 1845 at Boston, Mass. ; d. Dec. 5, 1876 
at the burning of the Brooklyn theatre, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

iii. Willis M., b. May 18, 1848, at Boston; d. at Philadelphia, 
Jan. 12, 1850. 

iv. Kate M., b. Nov. 16, 1850, at Newark, Del. ; m. Harry Bove. 

V. Willis M., b. Aug. 5, 1853, at Middletown, Del. 

vi. Jessie May, b. Dec. 2, 1856, at Wellsville, Ohio. 



390 DESCENDANTS OP LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

351. 

"William Everett^ Hitchcock (Ira Irvine'' , Ebenezer^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, SamueP, John^, Luke^) son of Ira Irvine and Melinda 
(Bishop) Hitchcoclf, was born at Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 25, 1821. 
He married there Jlay 15, 1850, Harriet "Wood. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Florence', b. Philadelphia, Feb. 19, 1851 ;d. there May 21, 1851. 
ii. "Waltek G., b. Philadelphia, Aiig. 9, 1853. 
iii. Effie, b. Jan. 11, 1868. 



352. 

De "Witt Clinton^ Hitchcock {Ira Irvine'^ , Ebenezer^, Samuel^, 
Samuel'^, SamueP. JoJin^, Luke^) son of Ira Irvine and Melinda 
(Bishop) Hitchcock, was born at Philadelphia, Feb. 10, 1824. He 
was married there Oct. 3, 1844 by Rev. John Chambers to Mary 
Broolf, born Dec. 20, 1823 at Thornridge, Yorkshire, Eng. He was 
an engraver and inventor. 

HIS children were : 
i. Henry Clay', b. June 29, 1845, in Philadelphia, 
ii. Linda B., b. Nov. 22, 1848, at Melrose, Mass.; m. April 3, 
1872,Pixlee Jndsonof New York, sonof David and Phebe 
(Lewis) Judson of Stratford, Conn. He was born in 
Bridgeport, Conn., Feb. 22,1842 and d. in Harlem, N. Y., 
March22, 1890. They had: l,De Witt CUnton^" Judson, b. 
April 12, 1873; 2, Olaire G-mj Judson, b. May 5, 1876; d. 
Sept. 26, 1880; 3, Edna Pixlee Judson, h. Aug. 5, 1878; 
4, Malcolm Pembroke Judson, b. April 24, 1882 ; d. Aug. 
3, 1882. 
iii. Dewitt C, b. July 4, 1856, at Omva, Honduras, Cen. Amer. ; 

d. N. Y. City, Oct. 5, 1856. 
iv. Louise Le Sure, b. Nov. 14, 1858, in N. Y. City. 



353. 

LesterS Hitchcock (Liike'^ , Reuben^, Samuel^, Samuel*, SamueP, 
John^, Luke^) son of Luke and Deborah (Eddy) Hitchcock, was 
born Aug. 24, 1818. He married Sept. 18, 1839, MaryTilden. He 
was a contractor. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 391 

HIS OHILDRKN WERE : 

i. CAROLIXE^ b. Dec. 15, 1840, at Vernon, N. Y. ; m. 1st, Dec. 24, 

1867, Miles Fargo of Oneida, N. Y. and 2d, July 2, 1879, 

J. P. Huntley, M. D., of Oneida, N. Y. 
ii. Ralph, b. Jan. 21, 1843; d. May 9, 1845. 
iii. Anna Mary, b. May 8, 1844; m. at Oneida Castle, March 4, 

1874, Albert Wheal of Chicago, 
iv. Roderick, b. July 21, 1845; m. at Albany, N. Y., Jan. 21, 

1874, Charlotte Wackenhagen. 
V. Charles Lester, b. May 8, 1847; d. July 21, 1878. 
vi. Ella Louise, b. June 9, 1848 ; m. 1879, Henry Woolf , Bloom- 

Ington, III. 

354. 

Reuben ps. Hitchcock (Aurelius Godfrey', Reuben'^, Samuel^, 
Samuel'^. SamueP, John^, Luke^) son of Aurelius Godfrey and 
Honor (Bartholomew) Hitchcock, was born at Vernon, N. Y., Sept. 
8, 1840. He married at Oneida, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1867, Mary E. 
Butterfield. He went South in the spring of 1861, as a member of 
the 14th N. Y. Vols, from Utiea. After his term of service expired 
he had charge of bridge construction on the B. & M. R. R. in Iowa. 
In 1867 he removed to Tomah, Wis. He is a dealer in stock and 
has an extensive farm known as " Meadow Brook Farm." 
his children were : 
i. Frank B^, b. Jan. 2, 1871. 
ii. Edith M., b. Dec. 30, 1873. 
iii. Mark W., b. May 30, 1878. 
iv. Jessie, b. Nov. 3, 1883. 

355. 

Eugene Douglas^ Hitchcock (Ira S'' ., Reuben^, Samuel^, Sam- 
uel'*', SamueP, John^, Luke''-) son of Ira S. and Abigail (Schuyler) 
Hitchcock, was born at Oneida Castle", N. Y., Oct. 6, 183.S. He 
married at Westfield, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1854, Mary E. Bush. He died 

May, 1882. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Ira LouIS^ b. Nov. 27, 1856; d. March 14, 1875. 
ii. ESTELLE E., b. April 7, 1858; d. Nov. 28, 1860. 
iii. John S., b. Jan. 25, 1861. (All born at Oneida Castle.) 



892 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

356. 

Ira Philip 8 Hitchcock (/?•« S''., Reuhen^ , Samuel^, Samuel*, 
jSamueP, John^, Luke^) son of Iva S. and Abigail (Schuyler) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Oneida Castle, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1843. He married 
at Oneida, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1869, Agnes A. VanBrocklin, born at 
Oneida, N. Y., Oct. 26, 1847, daughter of Garret Van Brocklin. 
He was for six years a farmer ; now in the upholstery department 
of Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, 111. 

HIS CHILDKBN WERE : 

i. Arthur Charles', b. Nov. 29, 1869, at Oneida Castle, N. Y. 

il. Jessie Azalie, b. June 13, 1871, at Oneida Castle. 

iii. Bertram, b. April 23, 1876, at 0. C. ; d. Aug. 14, 1876. 

iv. Lizzie Mabel, b. Dec. 17, 1881, at Chicago, 111. 

V. Eegina Agnes, ]?. Feb, 9, 1884. 

357. 

Homer Wellington^ Hitchcock [Charles Bollin'' , Jonathan 
Wright^, Abner^, Samuel*, Sam.ueP, John^, Lulce^) son of Charles 
RoUin and Julia (Arnold) Hitchcock, was born at West Stoekbridge, 
Mass., Aug. 19, 1830. He married Jennie L. Bidwell. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Frances Evelyn', b. Dec. 30, 1855, in Egremont, Mass. 
ii. Willis W., b. July 5, 1869. 

358. 

George Augustus^ Hitchcock (Abner'' , David^ , Abner^, Samuel*, 
SamueP, John'^, Luke^) sou of Abner and Elmira (Clark) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Saugerties, Ulster Co., N. Y., J;tn. 14, 1836. 
He married April 13, 1865, Sarah Emma Albon of Alton, 111., born 
at London, Eng., Jan. 6, 1850. He is a teacher of architectural 
drawing and ornamental painting. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Albon George', b. Nov. 25, 1865, Alton, 111. 

ii. Walter Gay, b. Feb. 29, 1868, Alton, 

iii. Emil Guelicic, b. March 29, 1870, Battle Creek, Mich, 

iv. Elmira Gertrude, b. July 22, 1872, Alton. 

V. Charles Oscar, b. Jan. 13, 1880, St. Lonis, Mo. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 393 



359. 



Philo^ Hitchcock {Rev. Nelson Alvirus'', Philo^, Nathan^, Jon- 
athan*, SamueP, John^, Luke^) son of Rev. N. A. and Matilda 
(Avery) Hitchcock, was born in Summit, "Waukesha Co., Wis., July 
11, 1847. He married Aug. 22, 1868, Ida Alzalon Slater, born at 
Elyria, Ohio, June 26, 1847. He resides in Frankfort, Spink. Co., 
Dak. ; is Supt. of Missions for the Adventists society, preaching the 
gospel, organizing churches, building chapels. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Ida Kittib', b. May 25, 1869, Exeter, Green Co., Wis. 

ii. Alma Ethel, b. Oct. 19, 1871, Eden, Iowa Co., Wis. 

iii. ViKGiL Eugene, b. July 1, 1874, Avena, Wis. 

iv. Inez Ione, b. Feb. 25, 1877, Mindon, Wis.; d. March 30, 

1877. 

v. Birdie Blanche, b. June 6, 1879, West Salem, Wis. 

vi. Lulu Irene, b. Aug. 12, 1881, Mifflin, Wis. 

vii. Nina Belle, b. Dec. 21, 1883, Frankfort, Dak. 

viil. Matilda Avery, b. Aug. 17, 1885, Frankfort, Dak. 

360. 

Rev. Alvirus Nelson^ Hitchcock {Bev. Nelson Alvirus'' , PJiilo^, 
Nathan^, Jonatlian*, SamueP , John^, Luke^) son of Rev. Nelson 
Alvirus and Matilda (Avery) Hitchcock, was born in Green Co., 
Wis., Jan. 16, 1854. He was licensed to preach at 18, ordained at 
23, grad. Wis. State University, B. A. 1880, was invited to the pas- 
torate of the Congregational church of Mazo Manie, Wis., immedi- 
ately after graduating ; remained there two years, removed to Chi- 
cago ; assumed charge of Central Park Congregational Chapel and 
also entered the Chicago Congregational Seminary and graduated in 
1885. Was for a time pastor of the Congregational church in Ke- 
wanee, 111., and is now secretary of the American Board. He mar- 
ried March 15, 1877, Nettie Meigs. 

his children were : 
i. Ethel T'., b. Feb. 23, 1878 ; d. April 12, 1884. 
ii. Edith L., b. June 10, 1879; d. Sept. 27, 1883. 
iii. Stella, b. Oct. 4, 1880. 

361. 

Theodore Weston^ Hitchcock {Warren Ferris^, Collins^, Asa- 
hel^ , John"^ , SamueP , John^ , Luke^) son of Warren Ferris and Almira 



394 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

Willonghby (Adams) Hitchcock, was bom in Kingsbury, N. Y., 
Feb. 14, 1818. He married at Whitehall, N. Y., June 16. 1842, 
Betsey B. Boynton. He died at Liberty, Miss., Aug. 27, 1848. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. Robert Warren', b. Dec. 5, 1847 ; living unm. ovi a ranch in 

Brackettville, Tex. 
ii. Theodora Weston, b. April 30, 1849 ; m. Eobert Lea. 

362. 

William James* Hitchcock (Warren Ferris'', Collins^, Asahel^, 
John'*', SamueP, John^, LuTce^) son of Warren Ferris and Almira 
Willoughby (Adams) Hitchcock, was born at Granville, N. Y., May 
16, 1829. He- married at New Castle, Pa., Nov. 9, 1858, Mary John- 
son Peebles, born June 29, 1837. He is an iron manufacturer. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Almira Adams', b. Aug. 29, 1859. 

ii. Frank, b. May 24, 1862. 

iii. William James, b. July 19, 1864. 

iv. Mary Peebles, b. Oct. 12, 1866. 

V. Robert Pebbles, b. Peb. 29, 1868 ; d. March 1, 1870. 

363. 

Alexander* Hitchcock (Alexander'^ , John^, Zina^, John'^,Sam- 
tieP, John^, Luke''-) son of Alexander and Abigail (Hines) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Wilmington, Essex Co., N. Y. He married Alice 
M. Crane, daughter of Jacob Crane of Bowling Green, Wood Co., 
Ohio. Address, Bristow, Iowa. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Pauline A'. 
ii. Alexander. 
iii. Cassie Z. 

364. 

Wilbur Fiske* Hitchcock (Luke'', Barnabas^, Luke^, Luhe^, 
Lvke^, John^, Luke^) son of Eev. Luke and Esther (Cory) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Stanbridge, Lower Canada, Feb. 10, 1835. He 
married 1st, in Nov., 1855, Florida V. Kinyon, who died in San 
Francisco in 1869. He married 2d, in 1877, Loraine E. Arnold. 
He is a merchant in California. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 395- 

HIS CIILLDnEN WEIiE : 

i. Nellie Virginia', b. Oct. 3, 185G ; m. in 1883 in Alameda, Cal.,. 

Echvin R. Antliony. Children: 1, Gerald^" Anthony ; 2 , 

Helen Anthony ; 3, JEdunn Anthony. 
ii. Edgar James, b. Feb., 1859 ; m. Celia Brown and has one child : 

D.iAaD'". 
iii. Walter Kikyon, b. May, 1861 ; m. 1883, Effa May Carter and 

has : 1, Ray Merrill'". 
iv. Wilbur Fisk, b. Aug., 186-t; d. 1870. 
V. Flora Belle, b. Xov., 186" ; res. Alameda, Cal. 
vi. Ray Cyril, b. 1878; d. 1880. 
vii. Eva Gr.4.ce, b. 1880. 

365. 

Kev. Julius Charles^ Hitchcock {Samuel', Aaron^, Apollos^^ 
Aaron*, Luke^ , Jolin^, LitJce^) son of Samuel and Ann M. (Finch) 
Hitchcock, was born in Delaware, Oxford Co., Upper Canada, Jan. 
1,1836. He married in Gates, N. Y., July 9. 1861, Finnett R.- 
Potter, of Gates. He at first engaged in fishing business, but to 
regain health was sent in 1855 to the Genesee Weslej'an Seminary 
and in 1857 he entered Genesee College ; grad. A. B. in 1861 and 
received A.M. from Syracuse University ; has served 25 years in the 
ministry as membei'of the Central X. Y. Conference and is now one 
of its oldest clergymen. 

niS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Charles Franklin', b. May 14, 1862, at East Palmyra, N. Y. 

ii. Lyman Potter, b. T)fc. 28, 1863, Middlesex, N. Y. 

iii. Embury A., b. June 20, 1866, Henrietta, X. Y. 

iv. ThompscjsK., b. Dec. 17, lfS69, Nunda, N. Y. 

V. Livonia May, b. May 20, 1872, Livonia, X. Y. 

vi. Myra Finnett, b. March 12, 1876, Naples, N. Y. 

366. 

Rev. Benjamin Franklin 8 Hitchcock {Samuel' , Aaron^ , Apollos^ ,. 
Aaron'^, Luke^ , JoJin^, Luke^) son of Samuel and AnnaM. (Finch) 
Hitchcock, was born in Sarnia, Upper Canada, May 12, 1837. He 
married in Avon, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1866, Emily N. Burleigh of Avon,. 
N. Y. He graduated in 1865 at Genesee College, Lima, N. Y. with- 
degree B. S. He has been 19 years in the ministry of the M. E.- 
church and is at present pastor of the church at Georgetown, N. Y. 



396 DESCENDANTS OF LDKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Alice Roxana', b. May 29, 1867, in Groveland, N. Y. ; Grad. 

of Cazeiiovia Sem. in 1855; teacher, 
ii. Kate, b. Aug. 12, 1868; d. Oct. 12, 1868, Avon, N. Y. 
lii. WiLMER Langdon, b. Sept. 29, 1870, at EeacUug, N. Y. ; d. 

June 19, 1875, at Senaca Castle, N. Y. 
iv. Grace Griffith, b. March 26, 1872, in Potter Center, N. Y. 
V. Frances Mary, b. Jan. 7, 1877, WiUiamson, N. Y. 
vi. Stella, b. Jan. 29, 1882, Delphi, N. Y. ; d. there Feb. 19, 1882. 

367. 

Cyrenius Denmark^ Hitchcock {Samuel'', Aaron^ , Apollos^, 
Aaron^, Luke^, John^, Luke''-) son of Samuel and Ann M. (Finch) 
Hitchcock, was born in Sarnla, Canada, Nov. 12, 1838. He married 
Nov. 12, 1860, Mary Ann Caper, born in England, May 24, 1840. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Nettie Eosetta'*, b. Aug. 18, 1861 ; d. June 25, 1867, at Sarnia. 

ii. Ann Maria, b. Sept. 8, 1863; d. July 6, 1867, Sarnia. 

iii. Samuel James, b. Aug. 3, 1865 ; d. Marquette, Lalie Superior, 

Sept. 6, 1865. 

iv. Sophie Charlotte, b. Oct. 10, 1866. 

V. Wallace, b. iWay 23, 1869 ; d. June 10, 1869. 

vi. Julia Ettie, b. Oct. 19, 1870. 

vii. Helen Augusta, b. Dec. 7, 1872. 

viii. Mary Eva. b. March 15, 1875; d. Dec. 29, 1876. 

Ix. Daisy Ella, b. Aug. 1, 1877. 

X. Robert Wilmer, b. Jan. 1, 1881. 

xi. Mabel Lilly, b. June 8, 1882. All born in Sarnia. 

368. 

Marcus AvKELiva^ 'H.iTCHCOCK(Samuel'' , Aaron^ , Apollos^ , Aaron*, 
^ZiuTce^ . John^ , Luke'-) son of Samuel and Ann W. (Finch) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Sarnia, Ont., Oct. 12, 1840. He married 1st, at 

•Carlisle, Ont., Ang. 22, I860, Margaret , born at Glasgow, 

Scotland, Dec. 14, 1842. She died at Sarnia, Canada, April 30, 

1879. He married 2d, In London, Out. in 1879, Eliza , born in 

-Sarnia in 1839. 

his children were : 
i. Freddie LEWIS^ b. July 13, 1866. 
ii. John Samuel, b. Dec. 27, 1868. 

iii. Marcus Aurelius. b. Sept. 26, 1870 ; d. Dec. 6, 1872. 
iv. Benjamin Franklin, b. Ang. 21, 1872. 
V. Lottie Ler, b. April 6, 1874. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 397 

369. 

Theodore Wellixgtox^ Hitchcock [Samuel'', Am-on", Apollos^, 
Aaron* , Luke^ , John'^ , Luke^) son of Samuel and Ann M. (Finch) 
Hitchcock, was born in Sarnia, Ont., Sept. 12, 1843. He married 
in Sarnia, June 9, 1864, Caroline Ryerafft, born in Ireland, Oct. 31, 
1843. 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

i. Esther Jane', b. March, 1865, In Saruia. 

ii. Jesse, b. May 8, 1867. 

ill. John Franklin, b. Feb. 5, 1S70. 

iv. George Henry, b. Dec. 1, 1872. 

V. Carrie May, b. July 9, 1875. 

vi. Gdssie Grace, b. Feb. 20, 1878 ; d. May 7, 1880. 

vii. JosiE Maud, b. April 9, 1880. 

viii. Gertie, b. Nov. 28, 1884. 

370. 

Chaeles Aaeon^ Hitchcock {Aaron'' , Aaron^ , ApoUos°, Aaron''', - 
Luke^, John^, Luke''-) son of Aaron and Louisa (Richey) Hitchcock, 
was born at Cheektowaga, X. Y., July 26, 1843. He married Dec. . 
25, 1865, Olive E. Eaton of Cleveland, O. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Charles Edwin', b. Jan. 21, 1867. 

ii. Emily Webster, b. June 27, 1871. 

lii. Daisy Ella, b. Nov. 1, 1873; d. Feb. 16, 1875. 

iv. Lily Maud, b. July 16, 1878. 

371. 

Jesse Vaughn^ Hitchcock [Aaron'', Aaron^, Apollo s° , Aaron'^, 
Luke^, John^, Luke^) son of Aaron and Louisa (Richey) Hitchcock, 
was born at Cheektowaga, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1852. He married at 
Put-in-Bay, Ohio, May 23, 1875, Kittie Betts. 
his children were : 
i. Harlby BETTS^ b. Sept. 30, 1877. 
ii. Alvin Jesse, b. Nov. 13, 1879. 
iii. Eva Richey, b. May 8, 1882. 

iv. Wilbbrt Aaron, b. June 22, 1886 ; d. Oct. 13, 1890. 
V. Claea Louisa, b. June 11, 1890. 



-398 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

372. 

Amoky® Hitchcock {David'', Gad^, Noah^, iVba/i^, Nathaniel^, 
Jfohn^, Luke^) son of David aurl Sarab (Walter) Hitchcock, was bom 
Oct. 1, 1815. He married Feb. 18, 1837, Emily Dady. He is now 
in the mines of Colorado. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Emily MAKIA^ b. May 28, 1842; m. Feb. 5, 1868, Samuel 
Washburn Burt. She had: 1, Jennie Adella^" Burt, b. 
Sept. 13, 1869 ; 2, jUllton Boy Burt, b. Sept. 6, 1873. 
ii. Sarah Marinda, b. Jan. 29, 1846. 

iii. Harriet Adella, b. Jan. 25, 1851; m. June 27, 1883, 0. W. 
Lucas, missionary to Oregon. 

373. 

Gad "Walter^ Hitchcock {David'' , Gad^, Noali^ , Noah*' , Naihan- 
■ieP, John^, Luke''-) son of David and Sarah (Walter) Hitchcock, 
was born May 9, 1824. He married Jan. 1, 1851, Harriet Topping. 
He is a farmer. 

his childken were : 

i. Frank C^, b. Oct. 13, 1853; m. Nov. 3, 1875, Luella R. War- 
ner; is a banker, and has : 1, Mabel Francilia'", b. Jan. 
25, 1877. 
ii. Cleodora Climexa, b. Oct. 22, 1868. 

374. 

Desire^ Hitchcock {Horace'', Gad^, Noah^, Noah*', NathanieP, 
Jolin^, Luke^) daughter of Horace and Patty (Stimson) Hitchcock, 
was born in Homer, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1818. She married Aug. 19, 
1838, Erastus A. Hunger. She lived in Waterville, Oneida Co., N. 
Y. and died Sept. 14, 1848. The children of Desire (Hitchcock) 
Munger were : 

1. Horace BmjmoncP, h. May 21, 1S3S, in Waterville; in. Nov. 6, 

1862, Gertrude Hedges. 

2. Charles Ariel, b. May 4, 1841, in W. ; m. May 25, 1882, Florence 

Kingman Ladd. 

3. Sarah Abbie, b. April 27, 1843, in W. ; m. June 10, 1873, Selden 

Haynes Talcott. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 399 

375. 

Calvin^ Hitchcock (Abner"^, Jesse^, Noah^, Noah^, NathanieP, 
John^, LuJce^) son of Abner and Susan (Gardner) Hitchcock, was 
born March 22, 1817. He married Oct. 16, 1844, Delia Chandler. 
He is a merchant in Ware, JIass. 

HIS CHILDREN WEBB : 

i. Charles Calvis', b. Aug. 17, 1846, at Belchertown, Mass. ; m. 
at Ware, Maria E. Breckearldge. Children : 1, Geokgb 
Austin'", b. March 30, 1871 ; 2, John B., b. Aug. 19, 1875. 

ii. Ella, b. Oct. 25, 1847; d. at 10 months. 

iii. JnLiA E., b. Nov. 17, 1850; ra. April 11, 1882, Frank Webber 
of Denver, Col. 

Iv. FR.iXK, b. Aug. 12, 1853; d. at three months. 

376. 

AL■^^N8 Hitchcock (Abner'', Jesse^, Xoah^, Noah*, XatJuudeP, 
John^, Luke^) son of Abner and Susan (Gardner) Hitchcock, was 
born in DeRuyter, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1818. He married Nov. ."i, 1842, 
Lovinia Tenny. Address, Chelsea, Mass. 

child. 
i. William A^, b. Boston, May 16, 1849; m. June 6, 1871, Eliza- 
beth H. Warner of Boston and has : 1, Franklin Henuy"', 
b. Boston, Oct. 2, 1872; 2, William A., b. Boston, Oct. 
6, 1874. 

377. 

Abnee DwiGiiT^ Hitchcock (Abne^-' , Jesse^, Noali° , Xoah*, Xa- 
thanieP, John', Luke^) sou of Abner and Susan (Gardner) Hitch- 
cock, was born iu Brimfield, Mass., Feb. 26, 1826. He married 
Oct. 27, 1847, Maria Lorainc Thayer, born at Belchertown, Mass., 
June 27, 1829. She died April 20, 1890. His address is AVare, 
Mass. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Clakexce Eugenk', b. Aug. 28, 1848, at Belchertown; m. 
May 23, 1873, Laura G. Wetherell of Hardwick, Mass., 
b. Ang. 1, 1848. Child: 1, Lotta Edith'", b. May 10, 
1882. He is a lumljer dealer, 
ii. Henrietta Thayer, b. Jan. 5, 1851, at Belchertown. 
iii. Frank Edgar, b. July 24, 1853 ; d. Sept. 13, 1853. 
iv. Oscar Kwight, b. May 26, 1856; d. March 14, 1858. 
V. Marian Edith, b. Jliiy 5, 1865. 



400 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH I. 

378. 

Charles Foster^ Hitchcock (Abner'^ , Jesse^, Noah^, Noah*, Na- 
thaniel, John^, Luke''-) son of Abner and Susan (Gardner) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Brioifield, Mass., July 3, 1831. He was married 
Nov. 17, 1853, to Hannah M. McClintock at Ware, Mass., by T. G. 
Colton. She was born at Ware, Feb. 17, 1833, and died at Gilbert- 
villc, Mass., Feb. 12, 1894. 

HIS CHILDRBN WBRIS : 

1. Susan P"., b. "Ware, April 23, 1856; m. Nov. 25, 1880, Wesley 

B. Brown, M. D., of Gilb'ertville, Mass. 
ii. rEEDEKiCK, b. Ware, May 26, 1857; m. April 19, 1882, Clara 

M. Packard, of Ware, 
iii. Mary B., b. Gilbertville, May 30, 1860 ; d. there April 9, 1890. 
iv. Clara Belle, b. Gilbertville, July 8, 1863. 
V. Willie King, b. July 26, 1865, at Gilbertville; d. Aug. 9, 1865. 
vi. Annah M., b. June 6, 1870, at Gilbertville; d. Jan. 5, 1879. 

379. 

Edward William^ Hitchcock (^oa/i'', Noah^, Noah^, Noah*, 
Nathaniel^, Jqhn^, Luke''-) son of Noah and Lucy (Hubbard) Hitch- 
cock, was born May 1, 1833. He married Ist^ July 19, 1860, Evelyn 
P. Hawley of Homer, N. Y., who died Sept. 19, 1866. He married 
2d, March 8, 1882, Josephine C. Fithian of Woodbury, N. J. He 
graduated from Yale College in 1857 and from Auburn Theological 
Seminary in 1860. He received the honorary degree of D. D. from 
Hamilton College in 1879. His pastorates have been with the Re- 
formed Protestant church at Staten Island, the 14th St. Presbyterian 
church in New York City and the American church, Paris, France. 
his children were : 
i. Edward Fithian', b. March 26, 1884. 
ii. Joseph Bithian, b. Feb. 6, 1886. 
iii. Francis Bennett, b. May 16, 1890. 

Also three daughters who died in early childhood. 

380. 

Noah.Dwight^ Hitchcock (Ncah'' , Noah^, Noah^, Noah*, Na- 
thanieP, John^, Luke^) son of Noah and Lucy (Hubbard) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Homer, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1843. He married Jan. 
25, 1865, Fanny A. Brown. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 401 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. Helen Vivian', b. Jan. 30, 1866 ; cl. Oct. 30, 1876. 

li. Marion Florence, b. May 1, 1867; m. Prof. James I. Peck, 

iii. Noah Dwight, b. Aug. 3, 1871. 

iv. Harold Brown, b. July 10, 1884. 

381. 

Mark H^ . Hitchcock {Stephen K"^ ., Pownal^, Elijah^, Noah'*', 
Nathaniel^, JoJin^, Luke^) son of Stephen K. and Louisa W. (Bur- 
ton) Hitchcock, was born at Eowe, Mass., April 11, 1838. He 
married Sept. 28, 1862, at Franklin, Delaware Co., N. Y., Maria E. 
Dewey of Franklin, born Sept. 16, 1840, at Delhi, N. Y. He was 
on a farm in Illinois from the age of IS to 22, afterward clerk in 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., from the age of 26 to 35, supt. of poor in 
Poughkeepsie, 35 to 43, supt. of street railroad, 43 to 46 in agricul- 
tural business in the same city. He went west for his health and 
died at Medicine Lodge, Kansas, Dec. 11, 1887. 
HIS children were : 
1. Stephen B''., b. July 12, 1865. 
li. Florence L., b. Aug. 5, 1870. 
iii. Charlotte M., b. Sept. 8, 1874. 
iv. Bertha S., b. Aug. 19, 1875. All bom at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

382. 

i ass C^.TliTcncocK {SteplienK'^ ., PowTial^, Elijah^, Noah^, Na- 
thanieP , John^ , Luke''-) son of Stephen K. and Amanda M. (Gary) 
Hitchcock, was born at West Hawley, Mass., Nov. 15, 1853. He 
married, Dec. 28, 1875, Alice A. TifFt, born at Hoag's Corners, N. 
Y., July 11, 1858. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Edward L'., b. May 13, 1881, at W. Lebanon, N. Y. 
il. Mbunda L., b. May 14, 1883, at Hoag's Corners. 

383. 

LuciDS^ Hitchcock (Samuel, Alured^, Elijah^, Noah*", Nathan- 
iel^, John'^, Luke') son of Samuel and , was born March 31, 1844. 

his children were: 
i. FANNT^ b. Oct. 9, 1867, at Galesburg, 111. 
ii. Jennie L., b. Jan. 11, 1870, Kantoul, lU. 
27 



402 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

iii. Katy, b. July 9, 1871, Eantoul. 

iv. Samuel, b. April 27, 1875, Rantoul. 

V. Maky, b. Sept. 25, 1878, Galesburg, 111. 

vi. Prank, b. Aug. 18, 1881, Cromwell, Iowa, 

vii. Edith, b. May 26, 1883, Cromwell, Iowa. 

384. 

Walter Gardner^ Hitchcock {Dwighf^ , Jared^, Elijah^, Noah*, 
NathanieP, John^, Luke''-) son of Dwight and Jane (Gardner) 
Hitchcock, was born at Glen's Falls, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1842. He 
married, at Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1875, Mary Adella Clark, 
born at Steuben, N. Y., May 17, 1846. Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Florence A^, b. Nov. 27, 1876. 
11. Walter D., b. June 12, 1878. 

385. 

Joseph Warren^ Hitchcock {Samuel'' , Joseph^, Joseph^ , Joseph* , 
Nathaniel^, John^, Luke^) son of Samuel and Prudence (Groves) 
Hitchcock, was born at Lebanon, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1830. He mar- 
ried at Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 17, 18.56, Sarah Maria Skinner, born 
at Pharsalia, N. Y., May 29, 1836. He was a farmer. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. M. Aethdr', b. March 7, 1858, at Hamilton, N. Y. ; m. at Oris- 

kany Falls, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1883, Bertha Baker. He is a 

miller, 
ii. Ella Maria, b. Aug. 17, 1859, Madison, N. Y. 
iii. Frank Justin, b. Dec. 19, 1860, at Stockbridge, N. Y. He is a 

teacher, 
iv. Mary Lena, b. July 3, 1862, Eaton, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 19, 1871, 

at Lebanon, N. Y. 
V. Herbert Samuel, b. Jan. 18, 1865, Eaton, Madison Co. 
vi. Sarah Mary, b. May 1, 1870, Lebanon, N,. Y. 
vii. Edwin Coeyelle, b. Jan. 21, 1874, Lebanon, N. Y. 

386. 

Marcena^ Hitchcock {Samuel'', Joseph^, Joseph^, Joseph*, Na- 
thaniel^, John^, LuTce^) son of Samuel and Prudence (Groves) 
Hitchcock, was born in Lebanon, N. Y., June 19, 1832. He married 
July 7, 1858, Julia Elizabeth Read, of New Hartford, N. Y., born 
there Sept. 17, 1837. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 403 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Lewis Diskey', b. Nov. 5, 1860, tJtica, N. Y. 
ii. AucE WiLinxA, b. Dec. 13, 1862, Utica, N. Y. 
iii. Grace Groves, b. April 1, 1871, Hartford, Conn. ; d. Nov. 5, 

1872. 
iv. Harry Hamilton, b. Feb. 20, 1875, Hartford, Conn.; d. July 

16, 1875. 

387. 

Shekmax^ Hitchcock {Horatio"' , David^ , Ohed^ , Joseph^ , Nathan- 
iel^, John'^, Liike^) son of Horatio and Lucinda (Howe) Hitchcock, 
was born in Westfield, Vt., May 26, 183.5. He married Sept., 1864, 
Mary Phelps of Balton, P. Q., Can. He is a farmer. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Lewis H'., b. Aug. 15, 1865, Westfield, Vt. 
ii. Abigail L., b. Nov. 17, 1866, Westfield, Vt. 
iii. Orvill a., b. June 12, 1870. 

388. 

Edward Walkek^ Hitchcock {Marcus"' , Ira^ , Nathaniel^ , Joseph*', 
Nathaniel^, John^, Luke''-) son of Marcus and Patty (Bliss) Hitch- 
cock, was born in Brimfield, Mass., May 27, 1839. He married May 
29, 1860, Julia E. Adams. He was a three years' man in the war of 
the rebellion ; a private 34th Mass. 

HIS children were : 
i. George B»., b. July 80, 1861; d. Aug. 7, 1863. 
ii. Frank George, b. July 11, 1866. 
iii. Etta L., b. Oct. 21, 1868 ; d. Dec. 21, 1875. 
iv. Anna Avilla, b. Aug. 18, 1871 ; d. Jan. 3, 1876. 
V. George E., b. Dec. 18, 1874. 

389. 

Newton Emerson^ Hitchcock {Sylvester'' , Artemas^, Nathaniel^, 
Joseph''', Nathaniel^, John^, Luke'-) son of Sylvester and Lucy 
(Lamberton) Hitchcock, was born in Brimfield, Mass., Feb. 10, 
1835, He married Feb. 6, 1868, Annie Tighe of Portsmouth, N. 
H., born at London, Eng., April 4, 1849. He died at Springfield, 
Mass., March 28, 1884. 



404 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WEEK : 

i. Charles Bidwell', b. Oct. 10, 1870, Ware, Mass. 
ii. Sarah Laighton, b. Jan. 31, 1872, Brookfleld, Mass. 
iii. Isabel Lyons, b. June 25, 1874, Palmer, Mass. 

390. 

Henry Maetyn® Hitchcock (Sylvester'^, Artemas^, Nathaniel^, 
Joseph*, Nathaniel, John^, Luke''-) son of Sylvester and Lucy 
(Lamberton) Hitchcock, was born in Ware, Mass., Nov. 27, 1843. 
He married tliere July 27, 1870, Sarah Melissa Bailey, born at Stur- 
bridge, Mass., Aug. 7, 1849. The children were all born at Ware. 
his children were : 
i. Alice Julia', b. April 13, 1872; cl. Sept. 6, 1872. 
ii. Harry Sylvester, b. June 21, 1875. 
iii. Edward Worthington, b. Deo. i, 1876. 
iv. Lucy May, b. March 2, 1880. 
T. Sarah Mildred, b. Oct. 23, 1883. 

391. 

LoBANUs E^. Hitchcock (Harvey'', Caleb^, EUsha^, JosepJi^, Na- 
tJianieP, John', LuJce^) son of Harvey and Mahala (Ward) Hitch- 
cock was born in Peacham, Vt., Feb. 3, 1851. He married Oct. 5, 
1875, Ella A. Goldthwaite of Chicopee, Mass. He resides in Chic- 
opee, a judge and justice of the peace. 

his children were : 
i. Raymond Harold', b. July 28, 1876, at Chicopee. 
ii. Bessie Mahala, b. May 23, 1878, at Chi-copee. 

392. 

Edwin O^ . Hitchcock (Hiram'' , Oaleb^, JEHsha° , Joseph*, Nathan.'- 
ieP, John^, Luke''-) son of Hiram and Harriet A. (Burnham) Hitch- 
cock, was born June 21, 1840. He married at Osage, Iowa, Feb. 3, 
1868, Clarinda Hitchcock, daughter of Arad Hunt Hitchcock, son of 
Caleb Hitchcock of Westfield, Vt. The children were all born at 
Osage, Iowa. 

HIS children were : 
i. Arad", b. Jan. 3, 1869. 
ii. Augusta E., b. April 16, 1871. 
iii. Helen, b. Dec. 2i, 1875. 
iv. Hiram, b. June 4, 1878; d. March 2, 1879. 



FAMILY OF JOHN. 405 

393. 

EtrssELL P^. Hitchcock (Medad'', Seber^, Medad^, Joseph''', Na- 
thaniel, John^ , Luke}) son of Medad and Patty (Miller) Hitchcock, 
was born in Westfield, Vt., Nov. 6, 1839. He married Oct. 22, 1874, 
Cynthia M. Farr of Albany, Vt. He is a farmer at Albany. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Cynthia M^, b. March 6, 1876, Westfleld, Vt. 
ii. Anna P., b. Oct. 15, 1878, Westfield, Vt. 
iii. Coral M., b. Nov., 1880, Albany, Vt. 

394. 

ElbridgeE^. Hitchcock {Medad'', Heber^,Medad^, Joseph*, Na- 
thaniel, John^ , Luke'^ ) son of Medad and Patty (Miller) Hitchcock, 
was born in Westfleld, Vt., June 16, 1852. He married, in Lowell, 
Vt., Sept. 2, 1877, Ida Lawrence. He resides at Westfield, Vt. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Herman'. 
ii. Hartley. 

395. 

Alvah A^. Hitchcock {Medad Clark'' , Medad Smith^, Medad^, 
Joseph'*', Nathaniel^, John^, Luke^) son of Medad Clark and Lucinda 
(Burba) Hitchcock, was born in Westfield, Vt., March 18, 1852. 
He married there Oct. 7, 1877, Eva E. Gilpin. Eesidence, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Ethel L'., b. March 29, 1879, Providence, 
ii. Blanche E., b. April 2, 1881, Providence. 

396. 

William Gillis^ Hitchcock {JoeP , Moses^, John^, John'*', Na- 
thaniel^, John', Luhe^) son of Joel and Ruah (Stevens) Hitchcock, 
was born in Lawrenceville, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., Dec. 3, 1860. 
He married Sept. 21, 1873, Alice Le Vanway of Lawrenceville. 
He lives on the home farm, is a Justice of the Peace and divides his 
time between farming and teaching. He has held several town 
offices. 



406 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH I. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Mabel", b. Jan. 8, 1875. 

ii. Carrie, b. 1876. 

ili. WiLLARD C, b. 1878. 

Iv. Frank D., b. Jan. 8, 1880. 

V. Flora S., b. Feb. 22, 1883. 

vi. Craig B., b. 1884. 

397. 

William Alfred^ Hitchcock {John' ,, John Colton^ , John^ , John*, 
UFathanieP, John^, Luke') son of John and Eleanor (Sherwood) 
Hitchcock, was bom in Danville, Iowa, April 12, 1854. He married 
Dec. 25, 1877, Anna Sophia Cowles, born March 9, 1853. 
HIS children were : 
i. Harry Sherwood", b. July 27, 1879. 
ii. Ray William, b. May 21, 1882. 
iii. Bessie, b. Feb. 5, 1885. 



DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK— BRANCH II. 



398. 

Capt. Luke^ Hitchcock (Luke^) son of Luke and Elizabeth 
(Gibbons) Hitchcock of Wethersfield , Conn., was born at Wethers- 
field, June 5, 1655. After the death of his father and on the mar- 
riage of his mother to William Warriner of Springfield he removed 
to that place. He became a prominent man of Springfield, Mass., 
where he kept a tavern. He was also a shoemaker and a captain in 
the army and was made sherilF of Hampshire County, which then includ- 
ed Hampden, Franklin and Berkshire counties. The history of SufHeld, 
Conn, says that he was one of the original grantees of that town, 
and in 1680 he had 60 acres of land allotted to him there. In 1717 
he was one of the rate payers in the town of Brookfield where he 
seems to have owned a good deal of land, though no mention of that 
l^nd is made in his will. He was also one of the petitioners for a 
grant of land in Brimfleld. The records of Massachusetts Bay Col- 
ony read : " May 30, 1679, in answer to the petition of Luke Hitch- 
cock the Court judgeth it meet to grant the petitioner tenne pounds 
to be payed forthwith by the county treasurer deducting the same 
from Hadley account." When under age in 1673 he chose his brother 
John to be his guardian. In 1676 he was in the fightwiththe Indians 
at Turner's Falls and he had a share in the township of Falltown, 
granted to the survivors of that fight. 

Hinman says of " Sergeant Luke Hitchcock," " On the 30th of 
Nov., 1693, by vote of Springfield, Capt. Thos. Colton and Luke 
Hitchcock was sent to the Bay to procure a minister to preach the 
word of God to the town ; to apply to Mr. Increase Mather and the 
rest of the Eev'd. Elders in Boston for their help to obtain a 
minister." 

He married, Feb. 14, 1676-7, Sarah, daughter of Jonathan Burt, 



408 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

widow of Benjamin Dorchester. She was born Sept. 4, 1656 ; mar- 
ried April 22, 1676, Benjamin Dorchester, who died May 24, 1676. 
She died Nov. 9, 1746, " in ye 91 year of her age." We find upon 
a Springfield gravestone, " Here rests the body of Luke Hitchcock, 
Esq., who after he had served God and his generation in several 
publick offices deceased Jan. 24, 1727, in ye 72 year of his age." 

By his will, signed May 26, 1722, and probated May 16, 1727, he 
left the use of half his house and meadow, etc., to his wife so long 
as she bear his name ; to his son " Luke 7 acres of land lying on the 
west side of the great river, lying in the division of land which is on 
the great hill near the plain called Lucca Swamp, also my grant at 
Wachuset sometimes called Wachoaga ; to Eben half the meadow at 
the World's End commonly so called also one day of my saw mill 
with all the privileges and appurtenances thereto belonging also piece 
of land by Agawam River. 

To Peletiah half the meadow at World's End also one day of my 
sawmill." 

To daus. Sarah, Elizabeth, Mercy, Hannah, Thankful and Mary 
money to be paid in household stuff, etc., etc. 

HIS CHILDKBN WBKB : 

399. 1., SAEAH^ b. April, 1, 1678; m. July 30, 1696, James Mlrrick. 

ii. Elizabeth, b. Mareh 19, 1679-80; m. April 21, 1698, Peletiah 
Bliss, b. Aug. 19, 1674, son of Lawrence and Lydia 
(Wright) Bliss. He d. Jan 2, 1747, and she d. March 28, 
1756, leaving sons, 1, Jonathan'^ Bliss; 2, Luke Bliss; 3, 
Caleb Bliss; 4, Moses Bliss, and dans., 5, Sarah Bliss; 6, 
Elizabeth Bliss. 

iii. Mercy, b. Feb. 1, 1681; m. Feb. 3, 1703, Capt. George Colton, 
son of Isaac and had sons : 1, Timothy* Colton; 2, George 
Colton; 3, Isaao Colton; and daus., i,Mary Colton, wife 
of Dea. David Mirick; 5, Bebecca Colton, who m. Eben- 
ezer Bliss ; 6, Sarah Colton, who m. David Burt ; 7, Eliz- 
abeth Colton, whom. Ezekiel Loomis ; 8, Miriam Colton, 
who m. Nathan Hoar. Mercy Colton d. Sept. 18, 1774, 
SB. 86. 

iv. Hannah, b. March 18, 1683^; m. June 30, 1707, Samuel Steb- 
bins of Longmeadow, son of Samuel and Joanna and had 
10 children. She d. May 24, 1756 and he m. 2, Sarah 
Allin, Jan. 3, 1758. He d. June 17, 1767. 
v. Thankful, b. Oct. 18, 1686; m. Jan., 1711-12, John Phelps of 
Westfleld, Mass. He d. in 1741, leaving widow Thankful. 
Children: 1, George'^ Phelps; 2, John Phelps; 3, Moses 
Phelps ;i. Thankful Phelps ; 5, Stephen Phelps ; 6, Sarah 



FAMILY OF LTUiE. 409 

Phelps; 7, Ann Phelps; 8, Luke Phelps. Of these Sarah, 
Moses, Stephen and John died between 1741 and 1744 leav- 
ing no heirs, 
vi. Mary, b. Oct. 21, 1688 ; m. 1st, July 15, 1718, Samuel Taylor, 
son of John and Thanliful (Woodward) Taylor of Deer- 
fleld, Mass. He was born Aug. 30, 1688 and d. March 5, 
1734. She m. 2d, Sept. 2, 1737, Daniel Arms of Deer- 
field. Her children were: 1, OthnieV ; 2, Jlnry ; 3, John; 
4, Jonathan. 

400. vii. Luke, b. July 13, 1691 ; m. 1st, Martha Colton. 
viii. JoNATHAis% b. Sept. 4, 1693; d. Sept. 16, 1693. 

401. ix. Ebenezbk, b. Aug. 20, 1694; m. 1st, Mary Sheldon. 

X. Jonathan, b. June 24, 1696; d. Aprils, 1697. 

402. xi. Pbletiah, b. July 16, 1698 ; m. Sarah Parsons. 



THIED GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

399. 

Saeah' Hitchcock (Luke^, Liike^) daughter of Captain Luke and 
Sarah (Dorchester) Hitchcock, was born April 1, 1678 and died Feb. 
5, 1734. She married July 30, 1696, James Mirrick of Springfield, 
Mass. The children of Sarah (Hitchcock) Mirrick, all born in 
Springfield, were : 

1. Saruh\ b. Feb. 12, 1696-7. 

2. James, b. Jan. 1, 1698-9. 

3. Thankful, b. Oct. 8, 1701-2. 

4. Joseph, b. March 27, 1704. 

5. Mercy, b. Oct. 21, 1706. 

6. Aaron, b. Sept. 6, 1708. 

7. Xoah, b. Aug. 6. 1711. 

400. 

LuKE^ Hitchcock {Luke^, Luke^) son of Capt. Luke and Sarah 
(Dorchester) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., July 13, 
1691. He married 1st, Jan. 26, 1720, Martha Colton. She died 
May 10, 1754, " in ye 59th year of her age ;" when he married 2d, 
Dec. 26, 1754, Mrs. Hannah Day, b. May 17, 1694, daughter of 



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410 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

Daniel Marsh of Hadley, Mass. She died Sept. 12, 1759, se. 65. 
The house and lot which he owned and In which he lived was the 
second north of the Ferry Cove in Springfield. He died at Gran- 
ville, Mass., May, 1775. 

HIS CHILDREN WBKB : 

Caleb'', b. Jan. 5, 1721-2; m. Sarah Winchester. 

Luke, b. Feb. 22, 1723-4; m. Lucy Merrick. 

Maetha, b. Aug. 25, 1726; m. June 23, 1753, Lieut. Josiah 
Hitchcock, son of John and Abigail (Stebbins) Hitchcock 
of Springfield. She d. Jan. 27, 1801. 

Gkoege, b. Nov. 12, 1728 ; m. Hannah Johnson. 

Elizabeth, b. May 4, 1731; m. April 11, 1753, Reuben Bliss, 
son of Peletiah and Ann (Stoughton) Bliss, b. Dec. 14, 
1726 and d. Sept. 18, 1806. She d. April 15, 1812, had sev- 
eral children, only one daughter, 
vi. William, enlisted soon after he became of age; was a soldier 
under Col. Ephraim Williams, and was killed at the 
" bloody morning scout," Sept. 8, 1755. Had he lived he 
was to have married Miriam Sexton. Justin Hitchcock, 
son of Wm's. brother Luke^iin his " Observations" says: 
" I have heard my father say that he was a very promis- 
ing young man and that Miriam suffered a great deal on 
account of his death." 

401. 

Capt. Ebenezee^ Hitchcock (Luke^. Luke^) son of Capt. Luke 
and Sarah (Dorchester) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 24, 1694, at 
Springfield. He was a soldier in the French wars and was in the 
Louisburg expedition in Col. Dwight's regiment. He received his 
commission as lieutenant from Governor Shirley at Louisburg, June 
28, 1745, just after the fall of that famous fortress. In 1747 he was 
selectman of Springfield. He married Feb. 14, 1716, Mary Shel- 
don who was the mother of his fourteen children. A record in the 
handwriting of her son, the Eev. Gad Hitchcock, reads " My Hond. 
Mother, Mary Hitchcock, died at Springfield, January ye 8th, 1760." 
She was the daughter of Joseph Sheldon of Sheffield, who was a 
representative to the general court in 1708, and a direct descendant 
of Archbishop Gilbert Sheldon of Canterbury, England. The 
mother of Mary Sheldon was Mary, daughter of Capt. Joseph Whit- 
ing, treasurer of Connecticut for thirty-nine years, having succeeded 
his father, William Whiting, who had held the office for thirty-seven 



FAMILY OP LLKE. 411' 

years and being followed by his son who continued the treasurership 
in the family for thirty-two years more. The wife of Joseph Whit- 
ing was Mary, daughter of the Hon. John Pynchon of Springfield. 

In 1735, Ebenezer Hitchcock received from the Pynchon estate 
three hundred and seventy-nine pounds, being the rest of his wife's 
fortune from that source. 

The wife of John Pynchon of Springfield, Mass., was Amy, 
daughter of George Wyllys, the second governor of Connecticut, a 
man of wealth and a Puritan of the Puritans. In 1638, he sent his 
steward, William Gibbons with twenty men to prepare a home for- 
him and a year later took possession of the Wyllys estate in Hart- 
ford on which stood the tree to become the famous Charter Oak of a 
later generation. The sister of William Gibbons married Luke 
Hitchcock, the ancestor of Ebenezer Hitchcock, and as shown Gov. 
Wyllys was the ancestor of his wife, Mary Sheldon. 

Ebenezer Hitchcock married for his second wife, the Widow Mary- 
Morgan of Brimfield, Mass., who outlived him. She died April 25,- 
1785. The Rev. Gad Hitchcock records " My Hond. Father died 
Jan. 18, 1776." His will gave to his wife Mary £6 lawful money to 
be paid as soon as may be; to Gad £3 ; to Ebenezer 5 shillings to be 
paid in four years ; to his daughter Ann wife of Jonathan Chapin,- 
Mary, wife of Hezekiah Warriner and Silence, wife of Samuel Bliss,-. 
£10 each ; to daughter Sarah £14 ; to four children of his daughter 
Dinah Sykes deceased 50 shillings each; toAbner, Joseph and Seth 
land in Springfield ; the rest of his property to Phineas and Stephen,- 
they not having already received their portion. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. A^•XA^ b. July 9, 1717; m. Dec. 10, 1736, Jonathan Chapin of 

the Elbows. 
Gad, b, Feb. 12, 1718-9; m. Dorothy Angler. 
Ebenezer, b. Aug. 20, 1720; m. Sarah Williston. 
Abner, b. Nov. 17, 1721; m. 1st, Margaret Burt. 
Mary, b. July 29, 1723; m. June 11, 1747, Hezekiah Warriner ; 

bans published Feb. 28, 1746-7. 
Dinah, b. May 18, 1725; m. 1st, Mr. James ShefBeld of 

Springfield ; and 2d, Mr. Sykes, as her father in his will 

calls her " Dinah Sykes." She d. in Springfield, Sept. 29,. 

1761. 
Silence, b. Oct. 31, 1726 ; m. May 6, 1752, Samuel Bliss, b. 

March 20, 1701, son of Samuel and Hannah Bliss. She 

d. Oct. 14, 1810. 



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409. viii. Joseph, b. Nov. 25, 1727; m. Sarah Morris. 

ix. William, h. Nov. 20, 1729 ; cl. Nov. 28, 1729. 
X. Sarah, b. April 9, 1731. 

410. xi. Skth, b. Feb. 19, 1732-3 ; m. Mary Bates. 

411. xil. Phinbas, b. Jan. 1, 1734-5; m. 1st, Elizabetli Stebbins. 

412. xiil. Stephen, b. April, 1738 ; m. Ruth Stebbins. 

413. xiv. Daniel, b. Feb. 15, 1739-40; bapt. Feb. 17, 1740; never m. 

402. 

Peletiah' Hitchcock {Lulce^, LiiJce^) son of Luke and Sarah 
• (Dorchester) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., July 16, 
1698. He married Jan. 30, 1734-5, Sarah Parsons, daughter of 
Ebenezer and Margaret (Marchfield) Parsons of Springfield. He 
-settled in Brookfield, Mass., about 1760, and died March 31, 1776. 
His wife Sarah died July 30, — , se. 76 years. 
his children were : 
i. Peletiah'', b. Dec. 19, 1735 ; d. of small pox In Springfield, 
Dec. 15, 1760, He was a saddler. His brother Caleb was 
appointed administrator on his estate May 21, 1765. 
ii. Jonathan, b. March 22, 1737; bapt. March 27, 1737; d. May 
22, 1738. 
Caleb, b. Sept. 22, 1738 ; m. 1st, Anna "Welch. 
David, b. about 1741 ; m. Martha Keyes. 
Moses, b. Oct. 25, 1743; m. Ann Williston. 
Enos, b. March 7, 1744-5, in Springfield; grad. H. C, 1767. 



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FOURTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

403. 

Rev. Caleb* Hitchcock {Luke^, Luke^, Luke^) son of Luke and 
"Martha (Colton) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., Jan. 5, 

1721-2, graduated at Harvard College 1743, a classmate of Rev. 

Gad Hitchcock, was ordained 1749, and married Nov. 30, 1750, 

Sarah Winchester and was the 2d settled minister in Union, Conn. 

He was deposed from the ministry and dismissed in 1758 for intem- 
;pei'ance; after which he went into business. He died in Brimfield, 



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FAMILY OP JOHN. 413-- 

Dec. 6, 1767, of epilepsy. His -widow married, May 2, 1771, Maj.. 
John Thompson of Palmer. He lived in the house occupied in 1864 
by Nathaniel Newell. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

LuKE^, b. April 19, 1752 ; m. 1st, Elizabeth Hunter. 

Elizabeth, b. Feb. 29, 1754. (?) 

Martha, b. Dec. 9, 1755. 

Molly, b. Aug. 27, 1761. 

Winchester, b. Sept. 5, 1763. 

Gad, b. July 10, 1766 ; m. Kezlah Bates. 

404. 

Dea. Luke* Hitchcock {Luke^ , Luke'-, Liike^) son of Luke and 
Martha (Colton) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., Feb.- 
22, 1723-4. He married April 9, (Oct. 9, Springfield churchrecords) 
1747, Lucy Merrick, daughter of Thomas and Abigail (Munn) Mer-- 
rick of Springfield. He removed in 1756 to Granville, Mass., where 
he was a leading and useful man, — a deacon in the church. In 1775 
he was sent to the General Court as representative. In 1777 he was 
in the Northern Army opposing Burgoyne, and died on his way home 
at New Lebanon, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1777, at the house of Mr. Douglass 
who had taken him in for the night. His widow died Dec, 1791. 
his childkex were : 
421. i. Charles', b. Feb. 17, 1747-8; m. Margaret Strickland. 

ii. DoROTHT, b. Jan. 18, 1749-50; m. 1st, Elijah Stiles, who d. of ' 
small pox on the retreat from Canada, in the revolution- 
ary army. She m. 2d, Capt. Andrea Sacliett of Westfleld, . 
Mass. She d. April 15, 1813. 
Justin, b. May 27, 1762 ; m. Mercy Hoyt. 
MiRiCK, b. April 15, 1754; m. Abigal Strickland. 
John, b. July 15, 1756; d. Dec. 1, 1757. 
Abigail, b. April 20, 1758 ; m. Amos Rose of Granville. 
Luke, b. July 2, 1760 ; unm. ; settled in Granville, enlisted June 
16, 1778. He was a revolutionary pensioner until his 
death. He was buried Dec. 13, 1824. 
Chauncby, b. May 2, 1768; m. 1st, Elizabeth Eobbins. 
Godfrey, b. July 3, 1765; m. Abigail King. 
Lucy, b. May 19, 1767; m. Dec. 24, 1790, Edward Billings 

who d. Dec, 1802. She d. 1791. 
John, b. July 20, 1770. 

Martha, b. May 8, 1772 ; m. Nov. 26, 1801, Elihu Severance of " 
Greenfield, and d. Dec. 12, 1836. 



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405. 

Geoege* Hitchcock (Luke^, Luke^, Luke^) son of Luke and 
Martha (Coltou) Hitchcock, was born Nov. 12, 1728. He lived at 
Springfield; was a cattle drover and deputy sheriff. He married, 
the bans published June 9, 1753, Hannah Johnson of Middletown, 
'Conn. His will was admitted to probate Feb. 9, 1789. 
HIS children wbkb : 
i. Sabkea*, b. Aug. 14, 1764; d. Oct. 7, 1734. 
ii. Sakah, b. Dec. 22, 1755; d. Dec. 26, 1756. 
426. iii. Pbresh, b. Nov. 6, 1759 ; m. 1st, Louisa Chapin. 

406. 

Rev. Gad* Hitchcock, D. D., (Ebenezer^, Luke^, Luke^) son of 
•Capt. Ebenezer and Mary (Sheldon) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 12, 
1719, at Springfield, Mass. He was graduated at Harvard College 
in 1743. On the 29th of February, 1747 the parish of Pembroke, 
Mass. voted to settle " Mr. Gad Hitchcock in the ministry if he can 
be had." His ordination was arranged for " the first Wednesday in 
October, 1 748 and Elijah Cushing, P2sq., to have one hundred pounds 
old tenor for providing the entertainment." Mr. Cushing provided 
New England rum as was the custom and one good brother being 
brought before the church "for undue and profane words " excused 
himself on the ground that he " drank so much rum at the ordination 
■of Mr. Gad Hitchcock" that he was not responsible for his words. 
The settlement was for life and on the 22nd of December, 1748, Mr. 
Hitchcock was married to Dorothy, daughter of Samuel and Dorothy 
(Avery) Angier of Cambridge. Samuel Augier was the son of the 
Eev. Samuel Angier and Hannah, only daughter of Urian Oakes, 
fourth president of Harvard College. Mather said of Oakes that he 
was " as a theologian deservedly famous, a truly charming orator, a 
learned and orthodox pastor of a church at Cambridge, a most sagac- 
ious president of Harvard college, a recipient of the liighest commen- 
dations for piety, learning and eloquence." Samuel Angler's grand- 
father was Edmund Angier, who married Ruth, only daughter of 
William Ames, D. D., "of famous memory." Dr. Ames was a 
fellow of Christ College ; was driven from England for non-confor- 
mity ; was sent by the States General of Holland to the Synod of 
Dort to " aid the president of the synod by his suggestions." He 
was the author of the " Medulla Theologiae " and other works and 




Eev. Gad Hitchcock, D. D. 
(406.) 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 415 

was professor of the university of Franeker. His portrait painted 
in 1633 hangs in Memorial Hall, Cambridge. Mrs. Hitchcock's 
lineage was equally illustrious on her mother's side. Her grandfather 
was Dr. Jonathan Avery and her grandmother, Sybil (Spavhawk) 
Avery, after the death of her young husband married the Eev. 
Michael Wigglesworth, who wrote " The Day of Doom." Their son, 
the Rev. Edward Wigglesworth was for fifty years professor of divin- 
ity at Harvard. Sybil Sparhawk's mother was Patience, daughter of 
the Eev. Samuel Newman, who led his people into the wilderness and 
founded a town which he called Rehoboth, because his flock might 
now say "The Lord has made room for us and we shall be fruitful 
in the land." He was the author of the first concordance of the 
Bible and in the words of Cotton Mather " was a very living preacher 
and a very preaching liver." 

On the 2d of November, 1749, was born to Gad and Dorothy 
Hitchcock their only child, Gad Hitchcock, the second. In Decem- 
ber, Mr. Hitchcock bought a house that is still standing and seven- 
teen acres of land. Here he passed his days and here he died full 
of years and honors. The only absence of any length was in 1758 
when as chaplain of Col. Doty's regiment he followed the fortunes 
of war and shared in its fighting and its marching. 

His services were in constant demand. In 1765 he preached the 
election sermon before that select body known as " the ancient and 
honorable artillery." In 1771, on the occasion of the ordination of 
the Rev. E^nos Hitchcock at Beverly his text was I Cor. ix : 19. 

"Tor though I be free from all men, yet have I made myself servant unto 
all that I might gain the more." In his sermon he afHrmecl that " a slavish 
submission to human creeds and formularies, and a trembling concern to 
make them the basis of our discourses to the people, is degrading to the 
sacred character, an affront to the scriptures of truth, and a contradiction of 
the fundamental principles of protestantism." 

Once or twice he narrowly escaped being disciplined on account 
of his heretical doctrines. 

In May, 1774, he was called upon to deliver the election sermon 
in the Old South Church before the legislature and the governor, 
being the occasion of the " Election of His Majesty's Council for 
the said Province." 

The fierce excitement and spirit of resistance that preceded the 
out-break of the Revolution had reached its height. The tea had 
already gone overboard in Boston Harbor and blood was soon to flow 



416 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BKANCH II. 

at Lexington. "Pembroke had been among the foremost towns in 
indignant protest and threats against the tyrannical action of the 
royal government, and the preacher's whole heart was with his peo- 
ple" whose ideas he had helped to mould. He had chosen for his 
text, Prov. XXIX : 2, "When the righteous are in authority, the 
people rejoice ; when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn." 
" The very text was like a trumpet call to battle. Fresh from the 
people whose excitement and indignation he shared, he arose in the 
presence of the hushed assemblage and launched full on the bosom 
of the astonished Governor ' When the wicked beareth rule, the 
people mourn.' " 

He gave an outline of the condition of affairs in America and added " If I 
am mistaken in Mipposing that plans are formed, and executing subversive 
of our natural and charter rights and privileges and incompatible with every 
Idea of liberty, all America Is mlstalsen with me." He boldly defended the 
right of revolution and called on the people to be careful of their civil and 
religious liberties. 

Governor Gage was filled with great wrath on account of the bold- 
ness of this position. Dr. Hitchcock in after years said : " It was 
doubtless a most moving discourse, in as much as it moved many of 
the congregation from the house," referring to some of the govern- 
or's party who left the church in their indignation. After listening 
to the sermon, the legislature ordered it printed and then proceeded 
to elect councillors in full accord with the preaclier's advice. Gov- 
ernor Gage negatived thirteen of them, and adjourned the legisla- 
ture to meet at Salem, June 17, as a punishment and as a means of 
keeping them from coming together. At Salem, he again adjourned 
them, but they locked the doors, refused the governor's messen- 
ger admission and transacted their business in spite of him. Such 
sermons had something to do with the Revolution. 

Gad Hitchcock served as chaplain, but was not commissioned. 
He was elected, July, 12, 1779, a member of the convention to make 
a constitution for Massachusetts. The convention met in 1780 and 
formed the constitution under which Massachusetts was governed 
till 1820. 

In 1787 he received the degree of D. D. from Harvard College. 
He wore a wig as white as snow. He was a sociable, witty and 
cheerful man and rather improvident, which was a trial to his high 
spirited wife. He owned several slaves, some of whom insisted in 
remaining with him after they were free and they became a great care. 




Dorothy Angier Hitchcock. 



FAMILY OF LCKE. 417 

The following record remains in the hand writing of his son : " My 
honored mother died Aug. 6, 1792, after an indisposition of four 
months in the seventyrninth year of her age. My honored father 
died Aug. 8, 1803, after an indisposition and confinement of four 
years. He was in the 86th year of his age and the 58th of his min- 
istry." The church voted " That the parish procure a pair of tomb- 
stones for the Eev. Gad Hitchcock." 

CHILD. 

42T. 1. Gad", b. Nov. 2, 1749 ; m. Sagie Bailey. 

407. 

Ebexezer* Hitchcock {Ebenezer^, Litke^, Luke''-) son of Capt. 
Ebenezer and Mary (Sheldon) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield^ 
Mass., Aug. 20, 1720. He married, June 24, 1762, Sarah Williston, 
He was a farmer and settled in Springfield. 
his children were: 
i. Gratia', bapt. May 12, 1765; d. Oct. 25, 1783, as. 19. 
il. Maxsey, (dau.) bapt. July 12, 1767. 

^iv Sidney l^'^i" t^*"^., bapt. Oct. 2, 1769. 

T. Lucy, bapt. Aug. 25, 1771. 

vi. Celia, bapt. Oct. 17, 1773. 

Til. Jeremiah, bapt. Nov. 5, 1775 ; prob. d. y. 

428. viii. Jeremiah, b. Oct. 30, 1776 ; m. Anna Beed. 

ix. Sarah, bapt. March 7, 1779. 

X. Ebenezer, bapt. April 29, 1781. 

408. 

Abner* Hitchcock {Ebenezer^ , Luke 2 , Luke''-) son of Ebenezer and 
Mary (Sheldon) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., Nov. 
17, 1721. He married 1st, March 22, 1744, Margaret Burt, and 2d, 
May 11, 1749, Sarah Knowlton. All his children were by his second 
wife and were born in Springfield. He settled in Ludlow, Mass. 
The first town meeting in Ludlow was held at his house March 16, 
1774. He was one of a committee appointed Jan. 10, 1775, to see 
what penalty should be attached to the taking of deer. He was a 
soldier under Capt. Walker for eight months from May, 1775 and 
served that year at the Lexington alarm. At a town meeting held at 
his house in. 1776 he was appointed to apply to the neighboring min- 
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418 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

istry to see if they can give us a day's preaching. He removed to 
Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., probably before 1798, as he married 
3d, Widow Martha McConnell of that place, and lived with her five 
years and died at Marshall in 1803. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

429. 1. ABNKR^ b. April, 20, 1750, bapt. June 11; m. Lucy . 

ii. Louisa, b. May 18, 1752. 

iii. Mary, b. July 23, 1754. 

Iv. Zbnas, b. Sept. 2, 1756. (Springfield records, Jonas.) 

V. Sarah, b. Nov. 2, 1758-9. 

vl. Zbnas, b. July 27, 1762; drowned; prob. unin. 

430. vii. Solomon, b. June 19, 1765; m. 1st, Lois Hitclicock. 
viii. LuCRBTiA, b. Sept. 22, 1767. 

409. 

Joseph* Hitchcock (Ebenezer^, Luke"^, Luke^) son of Capt. 
Ebenezer and Mary (Sheldon) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, 
Mass., Nov. 25, 1727. He married (intentions entered May 23, 
1752), Sarah Morris of Somers, Conn., daughter of Ebenezer Mor- 
ris, born June 27, 1730. He settled in Ludlow, Mass. and was a 
farmer and also a soldier in the revolutionary war. There is on 
record a vote of the town to give Joseph Hitchcock £6 for service in 
the army. In 1779 he was the treasurer of Ludlow. He died July 
22, 1797, and his widow Sarah died Aug. 13, 1809. 

HIS CHILDREN WBRB : 

i. Anna=, b. March 7, 1759. 
ii. Joseph, b. Sept. 17, 1760 : d. Sept. 29, 1778. 
481. iii. Ebenezer M., b. Nov. 13, 1762 ; m. Roxerene Holt. 

iv. Sarah, b. Oct. 27. 1764; d. Aug. 13, 1809. 
432. v. Ambrose, b. July 16, 1767 ; m. Olive Andrews, 

vi. Clary, b. June 17, 1770. 

One of the dans, of Joseph'' m. a Lyman and one m. a 
Coburn. The Ooburns lived in Guilford, Chenango 
Co., N. Y. 

410. 

Seth* Hitchcock {Ebenezer^, Luke^, Luke^) son of Capt. Eben- 
ezer and Mary (Sheldon) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 19, 1732-3. 
He married, Jan. 2, 1761, Mary Bates and settled in Ludlow. He 
served in the revolutionary war. His widow Mary, was appointed to 
administer on his estate, March 12, 1790. 



FAMILY OP LUKE. 419 

HIS CHILDKBN WERE : 

i. MaryS b. Oct. 9, 1761. 

li. Dinah, b. Sept. 8, 1765. 

lii. Peletiah, b. ; d. May 12, 1768. 

iv. Lucy, b. April 29, 1770. 

411. 

Phineas* Hitchcock (Ebenezer^ . Luke"^, Luke^) son of Capt. 
Ebenezer and Mary (Sheldon) Hitchcock, was bom Jan. 1, 1734-5. 
He married 1st, Nov. 29, 1757, Elizabeth Stebbins, born Dec. 30, 
1733, daughter of Caleb and Elizabeth (Warriner) Stebbins, who 
died Oct. 21, 1774. He married 2d, .Tuly 12, 1777, Mrs. Elizabeth 
(Montague) Phillips, born July, 1752, daughter of Nathaniel Mon- 
tague of Hadley, who had married 1st, Feb. 23, 1773, Abner Phillips 
of Hadley. She was a descendant of Luke^ Hitchcock through his 
daughter Hannah. Phineas Hitchcock died at New Lebanon, N. Y. 
about Jan., 1786, of smallpoxand was buried privately. His widow 
died Nov. 14, 1820. He appears to have resided in Springfield, 
Mass., where eight of his children were born between 1758 and 1779, 
and then in New Lebanon, N. Y., where two were born in 1781 to 
1783 and where he died Jan. 1786. 

his children were : 

i. Elizabeths b. Nov. 2, 1758; m. Jan. 18, 1784, Oliver Hitch- 
cock, son of Samuel and Ruth (Stebbins) Hitchcock. She 
d. Supt. 6, 1834. 

ii. Phineas, b. Jan. 6, 1761, in Springfield; m. 1st, Mabel Mott, 
who d. in 1818, as. 51. He m. 2d, Prudence. He lived 
first in New Lebanon, N. Y., but subsequently removed to 
Hebron, N. Y., where he d. arid was burled " in asmall cem- 
etery on the northern turnpike in the town of Hebron, N. 
Y., some seven miles south of Granville, N. Y." He d. in 
1828, 33. 68. His children were : 1, LuoindaS b. in New 
Lebanon, July 16, 1788; m. Dec. 8, 1812, Halsey Phelps; 
2, Selina, m. Joseph Taylor; 3, Mabel, m. H. B. Wil- 
liams; 4, Ann; 5, Lois; 6, Irad ; 7, Franklin; 8, 
Phineas, d. 1813, ae. 27. 

iii. Chileab, b. April 27, 1763, in Springfield. 

Iv. Lois, b. Aprils, 1765, in Springfield; m. Solomon'* Hitchcock 

and d. in 1800. 
V. Dorothy, ta. June 17, 1767, in Springfield; m. Elijah Sacket. 

vi. Alpheus, b. July 21, 1769. 



420 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

vii. LoviNA, b, April 13, 1772 ; m. a HUt, lived and d. InPittstown, 
N. Y., where tliere are still descendants. 

433. viii. Abner Phillips, b. April 29, 1779 ; m. Anna Eddy. 

434. ix. Sbth, b. April 22, 1781, in New Lebanon, m. Betsey Patterson. 

435. X. Gad, b. Oct. 8, 1783; ra. 1st, Nancy Prime. 

412. 

Stephen* Hitchcock (Ebenezer^ , Luke^, Luke^) son of Ebenezer 
and Mary (Sheldon) Hitchcock, was born April, 1738. He was mar- 
ried, Dec. 27, 1764, by Rev. N. MerrLck to Ruth Stebbins of Wil- 
braham, Mass. In 1786 he was livingin Chicopee Falls, Mass. He 
died March 26, 1787. His widow died April 23, 1826, se. 87. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Lebeus", b. Sept. 5, 1765 ; d. Aug. 16, 1767. 
ii. HuLDAH, b. June 23, 1768; m. March 27, 1789, Josiah Hitch- 
cock. She d. in 1852. 
lii. Ruth, b. Oct. 5, 1769 ; m. Blam Stebbins and d. 1868. 
iv. Sabrea, b. March 19, 1771 ; m. March 2, 1787, (ch. records 
say Feb., 1797) John Cooley, son of Caleb and Mary 
Cooley. She had children : l,John^ Cooley; 2, Clorinda 
Cooley; 3, Oliver Cooley; 4, Mary Cooley. She d. in 
Longmeadow, Mass., Dec. 19, 1841. 
V. Zebiah, b. May 26, 1774; d. April 22, 1775. 
vi. Catherine, b. March 15, 1776; d. Oct. 3, 1776. 
vii. Phebe, b. Dec. 22, 1777 ; m. June 8, 1799, Caleb Stebbins. She 
d. 1854. 

436. viii. Stephen, b. Sept, 5, 1779 ; m. 1st, Lucy Chapin. 

ix. Emily, b. Aug. 28, 1782; m. Sept. 10, 1801, Hubbard Bliss, 
son of Ebenezer and Anna Bliss. She d. March 23, 1863. 

413. 

CoL. Daniel* Hitchcock {Ebenezer^ , Luke^ , Luke^) son of Eben- 
ezer and Mary (Sheldon) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 15, 1739 in 
Springfield. He graduated at Yale in 1761, and went into the study 
and practice of law at Northampton, Mass., but soon removed to 
Providence, Rhode Island. " He was a fine scholar of refined taste 
and elegant manners, in fact a finished gentleman of the old school." 
He was acolonel in the " Army of Observation," in the war of the rev- 
olution, serving from the summer of 1775 to 1777. At the siege of 
Boston he commanded the 11th Rhode Island regiment which com- 
prised 380 men. The Long Island Hist. Soc. memoirs state : "June 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 421 

Ist, Col. Greene, assigned the different regiments to position in the 
work around Brooklyn ; Col. Hitchcock's regiment to take Ft. Put- 
nam and the Fort or redoubt on the left of it for their alarm posts. 
In case of an attack all these posts are to be defended to the last 
extremity." He was in the battle of Harlem Heights. He was 
with Washington when he surprised and captured the Hessians at 
Trenton, Dec, 1777. He caught a violent cold in that storm which 
terminated his life in a few days. He commanded a brigade at 
Princeton, though then suffering from the illness which resulted in his 
death soon after. " Col. Hitchcock, who temporarily succeeded 
Nixon in the command of the brigade, received, the thanks of Wash- 
ington for himself and his men in front of Princeton College for their 
aid and conduct in action. He died in camp at Morristown, N. J., 
Jan. 13, 1777, and was buried by the Philadelphia and Delaware light 
infantry companies under Rodney with all the honors of war." 

He made a nuncupative will a few days before his death which was 
as follows : 

" I give one-half of my estate to the Benevolent Congregational 
Society in Providence. Eemainder to be equally divided between my 
brethren." 

This will was proved by the Court of Probate of Providence and 
administration granted to carry it into effect. 

Col. Hitchcock was a cousin of the Rev. Dr. Enos. Hitchcock, so 
many years pastor of the Benevolent Congregational Society of 
Providence. He never married. 

414. 

Caleb* Hitchcock (Peletiah^, Luke^, Luke^) son of Peletiah and 
Sarah (Parsons) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 22, 1738. He married 
1st, Anna Welsh, pub. yune 13, 1776, of Charlestown Mass. She 
was born Feb. 9, 1740, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (Hurd) 
Welsh. She died in 1779, se. 39, when he marrried 2d, Sally Steel 
of Leicester, pub. Sept. 1, 1782. He bad two children by his first 
wife and one by his second. He lived in Brookfield, Mass. and died 
there March 1, 1814. His wife Sarah died Feb. 28, 1814. 

HIS CHILDREN WEKB : 

i. Daniel", b. March 21, 1777 ; d. Feb. 18, 1837 ; no children, 
ii. John, b. March 23, 1779; d. Sept. 24, 1831; no children, 
ill. Sally, b. May 20, 1785; m. Nathaniel Lynde, pub. July 
20, 1807. 



422 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

415. 

Capt. David* Hitchcock (Peletiah^, LuJce^, Luke''^) son of Pele- 
tiah and Sarah (Parsons) Hitchcock, was born about 1741. He mar- 
ried, pub. Dec. 17, 1763, Martha Keyes of Western now Warren, 
Mass. He settled in Brookfield and kept a hotel in what is now 
known as West Brookfield. It is said that "The Old Hitchcock 
Tavern, now known as the WestBrookfleld House, was built in 1760 
by Capt. David Hitchcock and occupied by him till 1811. Washing- 
ton dined there in 1789 while ou his way to Boston. The building 
at that time was of two stories with a gambrel roof and a small porch 
over the front door. Until Brookfield was divided this tavern was 
the meeting place for the selectmen and all records were kept there. 
HoUis Hitchcock, son of Capt. David, occupied this house from 1811 
to 1816 and Charles M. Hitchcock from 182.3 to 1827." 

He held the commission of Captain as given by Gov. John Han- 
cock and rendered great service in the revolutionary war. He was a 
noble and public spirited man. "He gave to the town of Brookfield 
' 3 acres more or less ' of land for a common to remain in the pos- 
session of the town so long as it was used for that purpose. This is 
what is now the common at West Brookfield." He died July 14, 
1814, se. 73. Martha his wife died Jan. 14, 1821, se. 78. 

HIS CHILDREN WEEB : 

437. i. Pbletiah=, b. Feb. 19, 1765 ; m. Hannah Warner. 

ii. Pattt, b. Oct. 25, 1768 ; m. Dr. Seth Field, pub. Nov. 27, 
1796, m. Jan. 1, 1797. Her children were: 1, Caroline^ 
Field, b. July 12, 1797 ; 2, David Hitchcock Field, b. Aug. 
25, 1798 ; d. in Boston Jan. 23, 1833 ; 3, Manj Ann Field, 
b. Oct. 11, 1799 ; prob. m. Oct. 15, 1821, Henry Merrill of 
Amherst, Mass. and d. there July 12, 1823-4; i, Seth 
Watrous Field, b. April 1. 1802 ; 5, Martha Keyes Field, b. 
Jan. 1, 1804; 6, Addine Orvilla Field, b. July 5, 1807; 7, 
Charlotte Bemis Field, b. Feb. 27, 1810. 
iii. David, b. Oct. 30, 1771 ; d. Dec. 27, 1796. 

438. iv. Enos, b. Jan. 16, 1774; m. Thankful Richmond. 

V. Polly, b. April 4, 1776 ; d. Sept. 28, 1777. 

vi. Polly, b. Feb. 14, 1779 ; m. Dr. Benjamin Bemis of Fitzwil- 

liam, N. H., Feb. 3, 1807. 
vii. Phebe Parsons, b. Jan. 18, 1783 ; m. Oct. 24, 1811, Elisha 
Hammond, has one son Hollia^ Hammond. 

439. viii. Hollis, b. Feb. 28, 1786; m. Mary Wood. 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 423 

416. 

Moses* Hitchcock (Peletiah^, Luke^, LuJce^) son of Peletiah and 
Sarah (Parsons) Hitchcock, was born Oct. 25, 1743. He married 
Hannah Williston, pub. Nov. 28, 1770. The brothers Moses, Caleb 
and Capt. David Hitchcock, who all lived in West Brookfield, Mass., 
were men of wealth and owned a large part of the town. Now 1892, 
not a foot of ground is owned by a Hitchcock in Brookfield. The 
name of Moses Hitchcock does not appear on the list of Revo- 
lutionary soldiers from Brookfield. March 14, 1774, he was elected 
surveyor of shingles for Brookfield. The homestead of Moses was 
on the plain in the first precinct and when administered Oct. 10, 
1800 valued at $2,000. He died Jan. 4, 17'J9 and Hannah his wife, 
died at New Braintree, May 19, 1824, se. 77. 

His will does not appear on the Probate records, but an order of 
court setting aside the portion of his widow Hannah, signed before 
Peletiah Hitchcock, Justice of the Peace. Gad "Williston was guard- 
ian to the heirs. 

HIS CHILDRBN WEKE : 

i. ACHSAH", b. March 16, 1773; m. (pub. Nov. 19, 1797), Asber 
Benjamin, an architect of Boston. She had three chil- 
dren : 1, Eliza^ Benjamin ; 2, Sarah Benjamin; 3, James 
Benjamin. 

440. ii. Moses, b. Jan. 15, 1775. 

iii. Jonathan Parsons, b. Dec. 30, 1776; m. Dec. 25, 1799, in 
Providence, K. I., Elizabeth Dormison and d. at sea Jan. 
10, 1803, leaving one child, Alvisa Eliza". 

iv. Sally, b. Jan. 1, 1779; m. Nov. 28, 1799, Ebenezer Merriara. 

441. V. William, b. Jan. 4, 1780; m. Bersheba Bartlett. 

Mr. Charles Edwin Hitchcock of Northampton instead 
of Achsah and Sally gives the following daus. to Moses. 

vi. Caroline. 

vii. Hannah, m. Ebenezer Wright of Northampton, 
viii. Maria, m. Benjamin Mc Wharton of Boston. 

ix. Sophia, m. May 21, 1812, George Davis of Sturbridge, Mass. 

living in 1858, ae. 72. 
X. Mary, b. Sept. 26, 1787; m. Oct. 4, 1811, Josiah Gleason of 
New Braintree. She was his 2d wife and d. July 15, 
1863. Her children were : 1, Hannah^ Gleason, b. July 
18, 1813; d. Feb. 14, 1814; 2, Hannah Drunj Gleason, b. 
July 20, 1816; d. April, 1890; m. May 27, 1840, Benjamin 
F. Hamilton of New Braintree; 3, Caroline Merriam 
Gleason, b. May 17, 1819; d. March 14, 1820; 4, Josiah 
Parsons Gleason, b. May 15, 1822; m. Nov. 21, 1849, 
Mary M. Makepeace. 



424 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

417. 

Rev. Enos* Hitchcock {Peletiah^, Luke^, Liike'^) son of Peletiah 
and Sarah (Parsons) Hitchcock, was born in Brookfleld, Mass., March 
7, 1744-5, and graduated at Harvard College in 1767. He married, 
Jan. 13, 1771, at Truro, Mass., Mrs. Achsah Jordan, daughter of 
Caleb and Priscilla (Allen) Upham of Truro, Mass. In the same 
year he was ordained colleague of Rev. Mr. Chipman of the second 
church in Beverly, Mass. and his ordination sermon was preached by 
his cousin Rev. Gad. Hitchcock. In 1780 he was dismissed from the 
church in Beverly at his own request. He was early a chaplain in 
the Revolutionary army and his picture is one of the prominent 
figures in Trumbull's painting of the surrender of Burgoyne of which 
event he was an eye-witness. He was 1st Chaplain of Col. Learned's 
regiment and was subsequently promoted to the chaplaincy of Gen. 
Patterson's brigade, retaining this position to the close of the war. 

" During a furlough in 1780 Mr. Hitchcock preached for a few 
Sundays in Providence, R. I. for the First Congregational Society. 
After his return to the army he received an invitation to the pastor- 
ate which he finally accepted. He procured a substitute and was 
installed as pastor in October, 1783. Here the remainder of his life 
■was passed in an active and fruitful ministry of twenty years. 

He had the title of D. D., published several books and was a mem- 
ber of the society of the Cincinnati. His funeral sermon was 
preached by David Tappan, D. D. His epitaph reads : " Rev. Enos 
Hitchcock, D. D., born Springfield, Mass., Grad. Harvard College 
1767, installed pastor of the Benevolent Congregational church and 
society in Providence, 1783. As Chaplain in the Revolutionary ariny 
he was respected and beloved by the immortal Washington . As minis- 
ter of the Gospel he was eminent for piety, urbanity and charity. 
Zealous for general education he led the way to establish publick 
schools in Providence. Earnest for religion he gave more than six 
thousand dollars to the Benevolent Congregational Society, the 
interest of which is to be applied to the support of a learned and 
pious minister of the Congregational order. He died Feb. 26, 1803, 
SB. 57, and expiring said, ' I sleep in Jesus.' " 

His widow, Achsah Hitchcock, died May 5, 180-, se. 57 years. 
Their adopted daughter Martha Hitchcock Jordan, probably his step- 
daughter, died unmarried, May 12, 1803, se. 25. 




Rev. Enos Hitchcock. 
(417.) 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 425 

FIFTH GENEEATION AND CHILDREN. 

418. 

LtFKE^ Hitchcock (Caleb*, Luke^, Luke^ , Luke''-) son of Rev. Caleb 
and Sarah (Winchester) Hitchcock, was born April 19, 1752. He 
married Ist, Oct. 26, 1780, Elizabeth Hunter. She died May 3, 
1802, and 2d, May 29, 1805, Elizabeth Fleming. He resided in 
Palmer, Mass., and was a carpenter by trade and was on the pay 
roll of Lieut Joshua Shaws Co. as sergeant. He died Oct. 19, 1831. 

HIS CHILDREN WBRB : 

Sall-t*, b. April 23, 1781 ; d. Sept. 15, 1817. 
Caleb, b. Oct. 30, 1782 ; m. Betsey Gilmore. 

Patty, b. Jan. 30, 1785; m. Pearl; d. Sept. 3, 1852. 

Daniel, b. July 3, 1787; m. Polly Marsh. 
Robert, b. Oct. 6, 1789 ; m. 1st, Orra Lilly. 
LuKB, b. Nov. 22, 1792; m. 1st, Rebecca Foster. 
Samuel, b. March 1, 1794; lived in Otis, Mass. 
William, b. July 10, 1796 ; lived in Plainville, Conn. 
Hbman, b. Aug. 11, 1799; d. Aug. 26, 1820, in Virginia. 
Louisa, b. Jan. 29, 1810; m. April 6, 1831, William Atwood, 
and d. in 1834. 

419. 

Winchesters Hitchcock [Caleb'^, Luke^, Luke^, Luke''-) son of 
Caleb and Sarah (Winchester) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 5, 1763. 
He married, Oct. 3, 1793, Martha McMaster. He served under Capt. 
Browning in Col. Seth Murray's regiment from July 4, to Oct. 10, 
1780 and paid taxes in Palmer, Mass. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

i. Cutler", b. Oct. 30, 1800. 

ii. Cbna, b. June 28, 1802. 

iii. Sophia, b. March 8, 1804. 

iv. Louisa, b. March 15, 1806. 

V. Ikse, b, March 20, 1808. 

420. 

Gad^ Hitchcock (Caleb*, Luke^, Luke^, Luke''-) son of Rev. 
Caleb and Sarah (Winchester) Hitchcock, was born July 10, 1766, 





1. 


442. 


ii. 




iii. 


443. 


iv. 


444. 


V. 


443. 


vi. 




vii. 




viii. 




ix. 




X. 



426 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH II. 

in Union, Conn. In early life served an apprenticeship in the tailor's 
trade in East Brimfleld, but for many years was a hatter. He mar- 
ried, Feb. 28, 1793, Keziah Bates, daughter of Lieutenant Samuel 
Bates of East Brimfield, who died Sept. 24, 18.58. He died, June 
22, 1829. 

HIS CHILDEBN WERE : 

i. Samuel Austin*, b. Jan. 9, 1791. He never m. and d. Nov. 
23, 1873. He was a successful merchant and accumulated 
a large property. Leaving home at the age of eighteen 
with one dollar in his pocket and that borrowed he found 
employment as clerk with Mr. Bela Tiffany of Dudley, 
Mass. In 1820 he went to Boston and formed a co-part- 
nership with Matthias Armsby & Thatcher Tucker, and 
remained here until 1831 when his health failing he left 
Boston and became agent of the Hamilton Woolen Co. of 
Southbridge. In 1842 he gave up business and returned 
to his native town of Brimfleld where he continued to 
reside until his death Nov. 28, 1873. Through his friend 
and pastor. Rev. Joseph Vail, he became interested in 
Amherst College. " His first gift of $10,000 in 1840 was 
followed by others for various special objects and for 
the general expenses of College till the whole amount 
reached |175,000. Through his friend Hon. Linus Child 
he learned to take a deep interest in Andover Theological 
Seminary and his donations to that institution aggregate 
$120,000. In each of these institutions there is a Hitch- 
cock professorship endowed by his beneficence." " His 
donations to institutions as appears from published state- 
ments amounted in the aggregate to very nearly $650,000." 
(See History of Brimfleld and Memoirs of Samuel Austin 
Hitchcock by Rev. Charles M. Hyde, D. D.) 
il. Sally Winchester, b. Aug., 1796, bapt. in Monson, Oct. 1, 

1818, and d. Sept. 16, 1815. 
iii. EuDOGiA Mblina, b. Dec. 29, 1799; m. April 27, 1828, Royal 
P. Wales, and d. Aug. 6, 1870. Their children were : 1, 
Sarah W. Wales, b. Oct. 21, 1828; m. Clinton Dyer, 
March 17, 1875, and lives in Worcester, Mass ; 2, Elizabeth 
T. Wales, b. Sept. 26, 1836; m. Jan. 10, 1825, Marshall 
French, and lives In Palmer, Mass. ; 3, Samuel A. Wales, 
b. March 10, 1833; d. Dec. 30, 1874; 4, Boyal P. Wales, 
b. March 16, 1835; d. Oct. 9, 1838; 5, Charlotte E. Wales, 
b. Nov. 26, 1837; d. Feb. 19, 1840; 6, Charlotte P. Wales, 
b. Sept. 26, 1842; m. Dr. Myron Chamberlain and lives 
in Boston. 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 427' 



421. 



Charles" Hitchcock {Jjuke^, Luke^, Luke-, Luke''-) son of Dea.. 
Luke and Lncy (Merrick) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass. 
Feb. 17, 1747-8. He married Margaret Strickland of Greenfield,. 
Mass. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary army and died of 
poison, accidentally taken, in Deerfleld, Mass., May 2, 1780. His 
widow died at the home of her son in Xewfane, Vt., in 1820. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

i. Maegaeet", b. Dec. 12, 1777. She was called "Peggie" and 

m. May 12, 1797, Eben Nash of Greenfield, Mass. She d.- 

May, 1864, and Eben Nash, June, 1868. 
ii. Warham, who in 1803, lived in Ashfleld, Mass., was asaddler; 

had three daughters : 1, Catherine' ; 2, Sophi,\ ; 3, Olive ; 

and 4, Henry. 
iii. AxsoN, lived in 1809 In Bernardston, Mass., a blacksmith ; had- 

wife Betsey; no children, 
iv. David, lived in 1805 in Greenfield, Mass.. and possibly moved 

to Newfane, Vt. 

422. 

Justin" Hitchcock (iwfce*, Luke^, Luke^, Luke''-) son of Dea.- 
Luke and Lucy (Merrick) Hitchcock, was born May 27, 1752. He 
learned the hatter's trade in Springfield, Mass. 

His indenture in 1766, at the age of 14, to iloses Church has the 
flavor of colonial days. It reads : 

"This indenture witnesseth that I, Justin Hitchcock of Granville,, 
in the county of Hampshire in Xew England, hath put himself of his 
own free will and accord and with the consent of Luke Hitchcock 
aforesaid doth put and bind himself to be an apprentice unto Moses 
Church of Springfield in the county of Hampshire to learn his art,- 
trade or mystery and with him the said Moses after the manner of 
an apprentice to dwell and serve from the day and date hereof for 
and during the full and just term until he arrives at the age of 
twenty-one complete and during all which said term, he, said appren- 
tice, his said master he shall honestly and faithfully serve, his secrets 
keep close, his lawful and reasonable commands everywhere do and 
gladly perform, damage to his said master he shall not wilfully do, 
his master's goods he shall not waste embezel purloin or lend unto 
others nor suffer the same to be wasted or purloined but shall forth- 



428 DESCENDANTS OF LDKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH II. 

with discover and make l<nown the same unto his said master: tav- 
erns or ale houses he shall not frequent — at cards dice or any other 
(-unlawful game he shall not play, fornication he shall not commit, nor 
matrimony contract with any person during the said term — from his 
master's service he shall not at any time unlawfully absent himself, 
but in all things as a good honest and faithful servant and apprentice 
shall bear and behave himself towards said master during the full 
term aforesaid. 

And the said Moses -Church for himself doth covenant promise, 
grant and agree unto and with the said apprentice in manner and 
form following that is to sat that he will teach bis apprentice or 
cause him to be taught by the best ways or means that he may or 
can the trade art or mystery of hat making and to read write and 
-cypher if the said apprentice be capable to learn, and will find and 
provide for and with the said apprentice good sufficient meat, drink 
lodgings wearing apparel and washings and provide him two suits of 
apparel fit for said apprentice. 

In testimony whereof the said parties to these present indentures 
have interchangeably set our hands and seals the fifth day of May 
in the sixth year of the reign of our Sovereign Loed George ye third 
-by the grace of God King of Great Britain France and England and 
•in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred sixty six. 

Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of Luke Hitchcock 
Medad Sandeeson Moses Chuech 

Eliphalet Hall Justin Hitchcock."' 

Justin lived at Springfield until 1774 when he removed to Deer- 
field, Mass. He was fifer in the company of minute men at Deer- 
field and marched to Cambridge on the Lexington alarm, carrying a 
-gun as well as his fife. In 1777 he was with the militia that were 
■called out to assist in the capture of Burgoyne. 

Nov. 25, 1779, he married Mercy Hoyt, daughter of David and 
Silence Hoyt of Deerfield, Mass., who was born in the old " Indian 
House " at Deerfleld, Oct. 24, 1 765. 

" The Deerfield branch of the Hoyts descended from Nicholas 
Hoyt, the second son of Simeon Hoyt of Windsor, Conn. Several 
.generations of this family lived in the famous old Indian house of 
Deerfield. Gen. Epaphras Hoyt, historian and antiquarian writer, 
born 1765, was one of four brothers whose sister Mercy married 
-Justin Hitchcock, and was the mother 6f Pres. Edward Hitchcock of 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 429' 

Amherst College." Justin Hitchcock was a deacon in the church at 
Deerfield and for twelve years town clerk. He died Feb. 10, 1822 
and his widow May 14, 1834. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Chakissa^, b. Jan. 13, 1781; m. in Deerfield, Mass., Oct. 23, 
1803, Dr. Jonathan Swett, they settled in Medina, N. Y. 
She died in Eidgeway, N. Y., June 1, 1855. Her children 
were : 1 , James' Swett, left home when a young man and 
never retvirned ; 2, Joel Bichards Sv-ett, h. in Conway, 
Mass., Jan. 19, 1808 m. Minerva Frances Bates, b. in Mac- 
edon, N. Y., Nov.22, 1818. He d. Sept. 28, 1890. She had 
sixteen children all but six of whom d. in infancy; 3,- 
Charissa Hoyt Sv:ett, has outlived four husbands; 4, Jon- 
athan Swett. 

446. ii. Henry, b. Xov. 6, 1783; m. Betsey Kimberley. 

447. iii. Charles, b. Nov. 3, 1785; m. Lois Baker. 

Iv. EjviELiA, b. Jan. 16, 1789 ; m. Dec. 24, 1825, Capt. Henry Percy 
Billings of Conway, Mass., b. Dec. 24, 1780, son of Dea. 
Elisha and Elizabeth (Williams) Billings. She d. Aug. 
22, 1854 and Capt. H. P. Billings, d. Jan. 30, 1856. Their - 
children were: 1, Henry Williams' Billings, b. Dec. 9, 
1826; m. Jan. 10, 1856, Mary Jane Bates, who d. Aug. 4, 
1883, se. 52; children: 1, Charles Williams^ Billings, h. 
Oct. 11, 1857; d. Sept. 19, 1859; 2, Senry Hitchcock Bil- 
lings, b. May 7, 1859 ; 3, Mary Anclrus Billings, b. Feb. 
15, 1861; i, Anna Louise Billings, b. Nov. 19, 1864; d. 
Aug. 21, 1865; 5, Edvanl Coke Billings, b. Aug. 6, 1868. 
2, Charles Hovey Billings, b. July 7. 1832; m. Matilda 
Andrews Young, who d. Nov., 1865. Their child: 1,. 
Frederick Williams Billings, b. Oct. 31, 1865. (All the 
above Billings were b. in Conway.) 

448. v. Edward, b. May 24, 1793; m. Orra "White. 

423. 

MiRicK" Hitchcock (Luke''', Imke^, Luke^, Luke'-) son of Dea. 
Luke and Lucy (Merrick) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass.,, 
April 15, 1754. He married Abigail Strickland of Springfield, who 
was born Nov. 27, 1752. He was a saddler and served in the revo- 
lutionary army. He was a flfer on the muster roll of Capt. Lebbeu& 
Ball's company of minute men that marched from Granville, Mass.,- 
April 20, 1775. He lived in Granville, Mass., and Greenfield, Mass.. 
and died, Aug. 25, 1820 in Middle Granville, N. Y. His widow 
died in Greenfield, Mass., Feb. 15, 1840. 



-430 DESCENDANTS OP LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

HIS CHILDREN WEEE : 

i. Elijah^, b. Jan. 16, 1778, in Granville, Mass., was ahatterand 

d. unm. , in Fair Haven, Vt., Nov. i, 1842. 
ii. MiKiCK, b. Dec. 27, 1779, in Granville, Mass. ; m. Irene Stod- 
dard and d. in Granville, N. Y. They had one daughter: 
1, Eoxana', b. March 20, 1806; m. April 5, 1831, at Mid- 
dle Granville, N. Y., Ira Knapp. She d. Oct. 24, 1845, at 
Middle Granville. Her cMldven were; 1, Helen E^. 
Knapp, m. M. H. Merwin, Utica, N. Y. ; 2, Mirick Knapp, 
d. in infancy; 3, Martha J. Knapp, m. J. H. Austin of 
Middle Granville, and d. March 11, 1869 ; 4, Mirick Hitch- 
cock Knap}}, b. Nov. 24, 1839 ; living in Hampton, N. Y. ; 
5, Boxana Knapp, ra. William Williams; living in Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

449. ill. Horace, b. March 27, 1782, in Greenfield, Mass; m. Phebe 
Johnson, 
iv. Abigail, b. May 12, 1784; m. Zebina Billings and d. in Green- 
field, Mass. 
V. Lincoln, b. March 22, 1786, settled in Granville, N. Y. and 
thence in 1820 started for Ohio, but became discouraged 
and returned and settled for the next ten years in Ver- 
gennes, Vt., then went away again and is lost sight of. 

■450. vi. Luke, b. Sept. 29, 1788 ; m. Fanny B. Parker. 

vii. Dexter, b. Oct. 81, 1791, graduated at Middlebury College, 
Vt. ; m. Jane Wright of Bennington, Vt. He was a 
Presbyterian minister at Granville, N. Y. He lived in a 
large brick house just north of the river which commanded 
a view of all Main street. He had no children and d. in 
Granville, N. Y., May 1 , 1864. 
viii. RoxANA, b. Aug. 26, 1796; m. Feb. 14, 1817, Mulford Dayton 
of Middle Granville and d. at Granville, Oct. 3, 1855. 
She had one son and three daughters. 

424. 

Chauncey^ Hitchcock (Luke*, Luke^, Liike^ , Luke^) son of Dea. 
Luke and Lucy (Merrick) Hitchcock, was born while his father lived 
rat Granville, Mass., May 22, 1763. His guardian was Rev. Abel 
Forward of Westfleld, Mass. He was a blacksmith and lived at 
T3ecket, Mass. until he became an old man when he went west to be 
with his children. He married Ist, Elizabeth Bobbins at New Lyme, 
Conn. He married 2d, March 11, 1801, Hepzibah Chandler, 
■daughter of Stephen and Hepzibah (Warriner) Chandler of Long- 
meadow, Mass., who was born Feb. 1, 1771, and died at Hiram, 
Portage Co., Ohio, Sept. 17, 1833. He died in Hiram, Feb. 4, 1842. 



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FAMILY OF LUKE. 431 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Chauncby^, b. 1794, InBecket, Mass.; ra. Mary Goodrich. 

Betsey, nmn. 

LuRA, m. Leavitt Bicknell and lived in Hingham, Mass. 

JOHN Chandler, b. Aug. 21, 1803; m. ArvlUa Wadsworth. 

SiBA, b. July 5, 1805 ; m. Jonathan W. Klngsley. 

Jehiel, b. March 10, 1808 ; m. Lemlna Hawley. 

Justin, b. May 23, 1818, at Rassell, Mass. ; m. at Oregon, lU,, 
Veb. 13, 1845, Mary Gushing, dau. of Hosea and Lydia 
Cashing of Vt. He had four daus. and lives with the 
youngest, Jennie, who m. a Chappel and lives at Stevens' 
Point, Portage Co., Wis. 

425. 

Godfrey' Hitchcock (Luke''', Luke^, Luke'-', Luke''-) son of Dea. 
Lnke and Lucy (Merrick) Hitchcock, was born probably at G-ranville, 
Mass., July 3, 1765. He lived at Southwick, Mass., andafterwards 
at Northampton, Mass. He married, Dec. 10,1789, Abigail King, 
born in Northampton, Dec. 20, 1768, daughter of Ensign Samuel 
and Hannah King, who died in Northampton, Jan. 26, 1803. 

HIS children were : 
455. i. George King^, b. Southwicli, Jan. 3, 1791 ; m. 1st, Sally 

Moody, 
ii. Abigail King, b. Northampton, Oct. 7, 1795. 

426. 

Peresh^ Hitchcock (George''', Luke^,Luke^, Luke') son of George 
and Hannah (Johnson) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, Mass., 
Nov. 6, 1759. He lived in what was then " Ireland Parish " of 
West Springfield, now a part of Holyoke. He married 1st, April 4, 
1782, Louisa Chapin and 2d, Jan. 7, 1788, Anna Burehard, born 
Dec. 4, 1761. He died Sept. 29, 1831, his widow Anna died April 
1, 1843. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

George', b. Feb. 13, 1783; d. June 12, 1784. 

Elijah, b. Oct. 16, 1788; m. 1st, Nancy Chapin. 

Peresh, b. May 6, 1793; m. 1st, Haldah Ball. 

Anson, b. March 5, 1796; m. Oct. 11, 1821, Louisa Bassett, 
dau. of Benjamin and Hannah Bassett. He d. July 21, 
1823; his widow d. April 20, 1849. They had one dau., 
Nancy', who d. at the age of 14. 





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432 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH 11. 

V. LuKB, b. Sept. 10, 1800, in West Springfield; m. Nov. 3, 1825, 
Hannali Dicltinson of Granby. They bad one son, Luke 
D'., who d. July 25, 1856, ffi. 21. Hannah d. Sept. 3, 1848. 
He d. earlier. 

427. 

De. Gad^ Hitchcock (Gad*, JEbenezer^, Luke^, Luke''-) son of 
Rev. Gad and Dorothy (Angier) Hitchcock, was born, probably at 
Pembroke, Mass., Nov. 2, 1749. He graduated at Harvard in 1768, 
social rank 16 in a class of 42 ; became a member of the Mass. 
Medical society and was a surgeon's mate in 177.5 in Col. John 
Thomas's regiment in the war of the Revolution. Thomas was pro- 
moted and John Bailey became colonel of the regiment. Dr. Hitch- 
cock's application for a pension shows that he served in Colonel John 
Bailey's second Mass. Regiment till December when he was trans- 
ferred to the hospital department at Roxbury and served till the last 
of May, 1776. In June he entered Col. Simeon Cary's regiment as 
surgeon and was soon appointed chief surgeon of General Fellow's 
brigade hospital in the Jerseys holding that important position till the 
end of his term of enlistment, February, 1777. He was placed on 
the pension roll March 23, 1818. 

The day after Lexington Bailey hastened with his men to the fray, 
he was in the seige of Boston, helped in the fortification of Dorches- 
ter Heights which taught Howe that Halifax was safer than Roston, 
served in the campaign around New York, did valiently in the battle 
of Long Island, lost seven men at White Plains, crossed the Dela- 
ware with Washington on that historical Christmas eve, fought at 
Princeton and then hastened north and actively assisted Burgoyne to 
surrender, then took a hand at Monmouth, was at West Point July 
31, 1780 and not far from there Sept. 26, when in his orderly books 
kept by William Torrey and still in a good state of preservation we 
read that " Treason of the blackest dye was yesterday discovered. 
General Arnold who commanded at West Point lost to every senti- 
ment of honor, of private and public obligation was about to deliver 

that important post into the hands of the enemy His 

excellency, the commander-in-chief has arrived at West Point and is 
no doubt taking the properest measures to unravel fully so Hellish a 
plot." John Bailey was descended ou his grandmother's side from 
John Otis who gave so many descendants to the great cause of Amer- 




De. Gad Hitchcock. 

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FAMILY OF LUKE. 433 

ican freedom. Dr. Hitchcock married, July 9, 1778, Sagie Bailey, 
daughter of Col. John Bailey of Hanover, Mass. 

We quote from the records of Gad Hitchcock : " My beloved wife 
died Nov. 20, 1810 at 2 o'clock in the morning of a fever with which 
she had struggled upwards of three weeks in the 52d year of her age. 
She was born January the third in the year 17.58. I was married 
July 9, 1778, consequently lived with my wife thirty-two years four 
months and eleven days. We had twelve children seven daughters 
and five sons. 

At the time of her death, we had our eldest daughter married to 
Dr. Charles Macomber of Marshfleld, our third daughter married to 
Dr. Calvin Tilden settled at Yarmouth, Cape Cod. Our eldest 
son married to Mary L. Thaxter the daughter of Dr. Thaxter of 

Abington My wife was the daughter of Col. John 

Bailey of Hanover. Dr. Thaxter's wife was the daughter of Gen. 
Benjamin Lincoln of Hingham. ...... 

My son Henry James Hitchcock died of yellow fever at New 
Orleans, Mississippi Eiver after five days illness, on the tenth of 
November, 1826, when he was first mate of a large brig. . . . He 
wasthe youngest of twelve and the first instance of mortality amongst 
them. His father now in the seventy-eighth year of his age, worn 
down by a long series of troubles and perplexities and infirmities 
of age, has the mournful duty to make this record 

Ebenezer Hitchcock died at sea on the Pacific Ocean, Jan. 8, 1829 
in the twenty eight year of his age. . . . He was second mate 
of a whale ship that sailed from New Bedford about a year before his 
death. 

Daniel Hitchcock, died August 2, 1831 at Hanson of a fever in the 
41st year of his age." 

This was the last record for he died Nov. 29, 1835, aged 86. 

Dr. Hitchcock had an extensive practice. He was a courtly and 
dignified gentleman, expecting and commanding respect. 

HIS CHILDRBN WERE : 

i. Dokotht", b. Feb. 8, 1779 ; m. April 1, 1805, Dr. Charles 
Macomber of Marshfleld, Mass. Shed. May 8, 1860. 
Fannt, b. Feb. 4, 1780; unm. ; d. April, 1870. 
Catherine, b. June 8, 1783 ; m. Dr. Calvin Tilden. 
Betsey, b. May 18, 1786; unm. ; d. June 1, 1860. 
Gad, b. April 18, 1788 ; m. Mary Lincoln Thaxter. 
Daniel, b. March 16, 1790; m. Martha Everson. 
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434 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

vii. Sagy, b. March 16, 1792 ; m. Nathaniel Waterman of Marsh- 
field, Mass., member of the Legislature of 1849. Had 
three children. 

461. vili. Chaeles, b. Sept. 4, 1794; m. Abigail Little Hall. 

ix. Sybil Angibk, b. Jan. 27, 1796 ; unm. ; d. Sept. 22, 1837. 
X. Maey Sheldon, b. May 6, 1798; ra. 1st, Stephen Curtis of 
Scituate ; 2d, Ebenezer Simmons of Hanover. She d. April 
30, 1837, leaving four children. 

xi. Ebenezer, b. May 29, 1801 ; unm. ; d. Jan. 8, 1829 of con- 
sumption, at sea, on the Pacific ocean. 

xil. Hknky James, b. Sept. 23, 1804; unm.; d. Nov. 10, 1826, of 
yellow fever at New Orleans. He was the first mate of 
the brig Trent. 

428. 

Jeeemiah^ Hitchcocic {Ebenezer*, Ebenezer^, Luke^, Liike^) son 
of Ebenezer and Sarah (Williston) Hitchcock, was born in West 
Springfield, Mass., Oct. 30, 1776, and by Springfield records must 
have taken the name of the ' 'Jeremiah" baptized Nov. 5,1775. He lived 
at Feeding Hills originally a part of the second parish of West 
Springfield. He married Dec. 4, 1804, Anna Eeed, of Newfane, 
Vt., born Feb. 22, 1784. He died at Feeding Hills, May 27, 1842 
and his widow died Dee. 28, 1865. 

his childkbn were : 

i. JuLLi.«, b. July 27, 1805. 

11. Saeah, b. Nov. 9, 1806 ; d. Sept. 23, 1856. 

iii. Cidnah, b. Aug. 22, 1808. 

462. iv. Bbenbzee, b. June 17, 1810. 

V. Sbth, b. Sept. 27, 1812; d. Sept. 23, 1854. 

vi. Maey, b. Sept. 4, 1814. 

vii. Chaeles, b. March 22, 1817; d. May 14, 1819. 

vlil. Charles H., b. May 3, 1820; d. abt. 1842. 

429. 

AbnerS Hitchcock (^&wer*, Ebenezer^, Liike^, LuJce^) son of 
Abner and Sarah (Knowlton) Hitchcock, was born in Springfield, 
Mass., April 20, 1750. His wife's name was Lucy. He was a far- 
mer. He lived in Ludlow, Mass. and apparently in New Lebanon, 
N. Y. In 1797 he both aided in forming and became a member of a 
Congregational church inMarshall, N. Y. and died there Jan. 6, 1805. 



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FAMILY OF LUKF-. 485 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Abner^, b. Ludlow, Mass., Jan. 9, 1775; d. there April 3, 

1777. 
Daniel, b. Ludlow, June 8, 1778 ; m. Esther Davis. 
Abnee, b. New Lebanon, July 17, 1781 ; m. Irene Miller. 
Heman. 

430. 

Solomon^ Hitchcock (Abner''', Ebenezer^, liitke^, LuTce^) son of 
Abner and Sarah (Knowlton) Hitchcock, was born at Springfield, 
Mass., June 19, 1765, when eight years old he removed with his 
father to Ludlow, Mass., and from there the family removed to New 
Lebanon, Columbia Co., N. T. He married 1st, about 1788, his 
cousin, Lois^ Hitchcock, daughter of Phineas and Elizabeth (Steb- 
bins) Hitchcock. About 1798 he removed with his family to Cherry 
Valley, Otsego Co., N. Y. and there the mother of his six children, 
his first wife, died in 1800. He moved about 1801-2 to Hanover 
now Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y. He married 2d, about 1803, 
Widow Gridley who was the mother of twins in 1 804 and died about 
1809. He married 3d, about 1811, Delight Andrews, who was born 
in Glastonbury, Conn, about 1768, and died April 7, 1827. " Solo- 
mon Hitchcock and his cousin Ambrose Hitchcock bought adjoining 
farms on Hanover Green. They were much attached to each other 
and the way they lived is worthy of note. Their wives (Delight and 
Olive Andrews) were sisters and they lived together as one family, 
eating from the same table for more than twenty-five years. Each 
had a separate deed for one-half the farm, and knew which was his ; 
hut so far as stock, team and farming utensils were concerned they 
held them in common. Solomon Andrews'' Hitchcock says " that he 
lived" (with the two) " from his birth until twenty-five years old, 
and cannot recall a single instance of discord or contention between 
them." After his 3d wife's death in 1827, Solomon^ Hitchcock lived 
tillJan. 6, 1842, when he died in his 77th year at Hanover. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

1. Sally*, b. June 30, 1790; m. Jan, 5, 1819, Anson Miller and 

d. April 27, 1867 ; no children, 
ii. Patty, b. June 28, 1791 ; m. Feb. 1, 1816, Josiah Dewey. She 

d. Aug. 12, 1864. Children : 1, Solomon Ambrose' Beioey, 

b. Nov. 14, 1816; 2, Josiah Davis Deioey, b. July 31, 1820; 

Z, Abigail Farthena Dewey, b. Nov. 22, 1822; i, Slartha 

Lovina Dewey, b. June 16, 182-. 



436 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH II- 

lil. Lebbus, b. about 1793 ; nothing known of him. 

465. iv. Calvin, b. Jan. 22, 1795; m. Abigail McICnight. 

466. V. Anson, b. Jan. 22, 1797 ; m. Susan Nye. 
vi. LoviNiA, b. abt. 1799. 

.„„ / vii. William Rich, b. Oct. 24, 1804; m. Blsitha Mills. 

*''^' \7iii. Abigail Pakthbna, b. Oct. 24, 1804; d.unm. Nov. 25, 1830. 

468. ix. Solomon Andrews, b. Dec. 16, 1813; m. Nancy M. Jenks. 

431. 

Ebenezee^ Hitchcock {Joseph'^, Ehenezer^, Luke^, Luke^{ son of 
Joseph and Sarah (Morris) Hitchcock, was born in Ludlow, Mass., 
Nov. 13, 1762. He married May 12, 1786, Eoxerene Holt, born in 
Windham, Conn., April 6, 1762. They removed to Leicester, Vt. 
HIS children week : 
i. RoxEKENE*, b. Aug. 3, 1786. 
ii. Joseph, b. Aug. 17, 1789. 

432. 

Ambrose^ Hitchcock {Joseph*, jEbenezer^, Luke^, Luke^) son of 
Joseph and Sarah (Morris) Hitchcock, was born in Ludlow, Mass., 
July 16, 1767. He married Olive Andrews who was born in 1772. 
Their one child was born in Ludlow in 1797, but they also resided in 
Monson, Mass., where he was once a church member, and from one 
of these places they removed in 1806 toMarshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., 
then called Hanover. Olive Andrews was a sister of Delight who 
married Solomon Hitchcock and the two families lived together very 
pleasantly in the same house and at the same table for more than 
twenty-five years. Olive Hitchcock died in 1839 and Ambrose, Nov. 
29, 1845. 

child. 
i. SALLy^ b. Jan. 19, 1797, in Ludlow, Mass. ; d.unm. Jan. 7, 1820. 

433. 

Abnee Phillips^ Hitchcock (Phineas*, Ebenezer^ , Luke^ , Luke^) 
son of Phineas and Elizabeth (Phillips) Hitchcock, was bom in 
Springfield, Mass., April 29, 1778. He married Anna Eddy of Tin- 
mouth, Vt., Jan. 24, 1799 and resided at Granville, N. Y., where he 
died Jan. 30, 1818. Anna Eddy m. 2d, March 7, 1821, William 
Ward at Hebron, Washington Co., N. Y., and died Sept. 28, 1882, 
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FAIVULT OF LUKE. 437 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Carlo E«., b. April 16, 1805. 

469. li. Washington, b. Jan. 6, 1808; m. Mary C. Adams, 
ill. Flavel Edwards, b. 1810. 

iv. Phillips Dwight, b. 1812. 
V. Cherry A., b. 1815. 
vi. Anna Luaria, b. 18 18 ; m. Bailey ; lives in West Virginia. 

434. 

Seth^ Hitchcock (P/imeas'', Ehenezer^, Luke^, Luke^) son of 
Phineas and Elizabeth (Phillips) Hitchcock, was born April 22, 1781 
in New Lebanon, N. Y., vfbere he married in 1803, Betsey Patterson. 
He died in Mexico, N. Y. in 1856. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Almira", b. Jan. 7, 1804, in New Lebanon, N. Y. ; m. in Mex- 
ico, N. T., Nathan Bliss, son of Lieut. Nathan and Sub- 
mit (White) Bliss. Shed. Whitestown, X. Y., Feb. 26, 
1863. Had children : 1, So/'hia S'. Bliss; i, S'arriet D. 
Bliss; 3, Submit W. Bliss. 

470. 11. Jdlius, b. 1806; m. Delia Hilt. 

ill. Nanct, b. 1813, in Eaton, N. Y. ; m. John Phelps in Whites- 
town-, N. Y. 
iv. Elizabeth, b. 1816. 
V. Sarah, b. 1817. 

vi. Dwight, b. 1820, in Mexico, N. Y. ; m. there Jerusha Kings- 
ley and d. in Minnesota in 1881. 
vii. DbWitt, b. 1825, in Mexico, N. Y. ; m. Elvira Owens, New 
Lebanon. 

435. 

Gad^ HncncocKiPhineas''', Ebenezer ■' ,Luke.~ ,Luke^) son of Phineas 
and Elizabeth (Phillips) Hitchcock, was born in New Lebanon, N. 
Y., Oct. 8, 1783. He married 1st, Nancy Prime and 2d, Wealthy 
Gay. He died in New Lebanon, N. Y., in 1858. 

his children were : 

i. Elvxra", b. 1807 at New Lebanon ; m. Harvey Peabody; had 
no children and d. Aug. 29, 1881, at Omaha, ]Jeb. 
ii. NANCY,^b. 1828, at New Lebanon; m. R. H. Wilbur, who 
served in the army, '61 — '64, was A. D. C. to Gen. Geary, 
was wounded and a prisoner in Libby prison, and now 
lives in Omaha, Neb. He has been mayor of that city. 
They have seven living children. 
*71. ill. Phineas Warrener, b. Nov. 30, 1831; m. Annie Monell. 
iv. and v. Two children who died young. 



'438 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

436. 

Stephen ^jHiTCHCoCK {Stephew^, Ebenezer^, LuJce^, Luke''-) son of 
Stephen and Ruth (Stebbins) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 5, 1779. 
He married 1st, Feb. 7, 1805, Lucy Chapin, daughter of Paul 
Chapin, born Dec. 31, 1784, who died May 6, 1834. He married 2d, 
Oct. 9, 1834, Theodosia Hitchcock, daughter of Capt. Luther 
Hitchcock. Stephen died in 1849 and his widow in 1870. 

HIS CHILD1U5N WERE : 

i. Caroline^, b. Jan. 30, 1805 ; m. as his 3cl wife, James Chapin, 
son of Capt. Israel and Chloe Chapin. He d. Jan. 9, 
1853, when she m. 2d, Feb. 20, 1856, Kev. DargoB. Jones. 
Shed. April 24, 1891. 

ii. Lucius, b. April 13, 1806; m. March 23, 1835, Sophronia S. 
Tracey, and d. April 31,1875. They had two children : 
1, Lucy', and 2, "William, m. Fanny Stebbins, and have 
three children. 
472. iii. Miner, b. Aug. 29, 1808 ; m. Asenath Burt. 

iv. Aldex, b. Aug. 12, 1810; m. April 19, 1848, RhodaD.Stough- 
ton; no children. 

V. Relief, b. Jan. 3, 1813; d. Aug. 5, 1815. 

vi. Clara Munda, b. Aug. 27, 1816; unm. 
vii. Delia, b. Aug. 13, 1819 ; d. unm. March 4, 1854. 

437. 

PeletiahS Hitchcock (Daw'd*, Peletiah^, LuTce^, LuW) son of 
Capt. David and Martha (Keyes) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 19, 
1765. He graduated at Harvard in 1785. He was a lawyer and 
practiced in Hardwick, Mass. before 1791. He married July 17, 
1791, Hannah, daughter of Gen. Jonathan Warner. He moved 
to West Brookfield and died April 25, 1851. 
his children were : 
i. George AUGUSTUS^ b. April 28, 1792. He removed to Vir- 
ginia; was a Gen. and living there in 1858. 
ii. Eliza Augusta, d. 1796, Ee. 19 mos. 

iii. Henry, b. May 7, 1800; lived at Jamaica Plain, Mass., was a 
successful merchant in Boston and d. Oct. 30, 1880. 

438. 

Enoss Hitchcock (David^, Peletiah^, LuJce^, Luke^) son of Capt. 
David and Martha (Keyes) Hitchcock, was born in Brookfield, Mass., 



FAMILY OP LUKE. 439 

Jan. 16, 1774. He married Oct. 9, 1796, Thankful Eichmond, born 
Dec. 22, 1777, daughter of David Richmond of Hadley, Mass. 
Enos died May 5, 1811 and Thankful died in Hadley, June 27, 
1853. 

HIS CHILDKBN WERE : 

i. Charles Phelps«, b. Jan. 27, 1798; m. 1st, May 12, 1823, 
Sophia Porter, dau. of Moses Porter of Hadley ; she d. 
In 1841 and he d. In 1866; m. 2d, Aug. 21, 1843, Mrs. Cor- 
nelia Wells, dan. of Roswell Hubbard; she d. in 1808. 
ii. Martha Keybs, b. Jan. 18, 1802 ; m. Giles B. Smith of Hadley. 

439. 

HoLLis^ Hitchcock {David*, Peletiah^, Luke^, Liike^) son of 
Capt. David and Martha (Keyes) Hitchcock, was born Feb. 28, 
1786. He settled in Brookfleld about 1805. He married Sept. 29, 
1810, Mary Wood of Brookfleld, Mass., and died July 25, 1815, se. 
29. She married 2d, Dr. Howe and 3d, Capt. Wight. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Abigail WooD«, b. Aug. 14, 1811; m. April 29, 1835, Albert 
E. Blanchard. She d. May-25, 1880, se. 68. Three chil- 
dren : 1, Abhy JF'. Blanchard; 2, Albert H. Blanchard; 3, 
Charles P. Blanchard. 
473. ii. David Reyes, b. May 9, 1813; m. Abigail Hastings Barnes. 

440. 

MosES" Hitchcock {Moses*, Peletiah^, LuJce^, Lulce^) son of 
Moses and Hannah (Williston) Hitchcock, was born in Brookfleld, 
Mass., Jan. 5, 1775. He married Oct. 14, 1798, Sally Rice. He 
settled in Madison, N. Y. about 1807. 

his children were : 
i. Susan' . 
ii. Sally. 
lii. Hannah. 
iv. Mary, d. y. 
V. Ends, unm. ; d. se. abt. 30. 

441. 

William^ Hitchcock (J/oses*, Peletiah^, Luke^, Luke^) son of 
Moses and Ann or Hannah (Williston) Hitchcock, was born in Brook- 



440 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH II. 

field, Mass., Jan. 4, 1780. He married April 10, 1804, Bersheba 
Bartlett, born May 10, 1784, daughter of Elijah and Waitstill (Clapp) 
Bartlett of "West Brookfield, Mass. They removed to Lee, N. Y. 
in 1807. Bersheba died Jan. 24, 1842, and he was burned to death 
the same year Sept. 13, 1842. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. MARYADALINE^ b. Sept. 8,1804; m. April U, 1842, Moses 

King and d. April 16, 1865 ; no children, 
ii. Eliza Augusta, b. May 5, 1806; m. Jefferson Abbott and d. 
Sept. 23, 1873. 

474. iii. William Parsons, b. May 6, 1808 ; m. 1st, Elizabeth Parker. 
iv. George Bartlett, b. July 17, 1810; d. Jan. 21, 1811. 

475. V. George WiLLiSTON, b. March 26, 1812; m. Sarah "Wentworth. 
vi. Sarah Ann, b. Kov. 27, 1814; d. Aug. 29, 1820. 

vii. Elijah Bartlett, b.' Dec. 5, 1815 ; left home in 1844 and was 

never heard from, 
viii. Susan Sophia, b. Jan. 20, 1820; m. in 1845, Henry Edwards, 
who was bom June 27, 1819 and d. in Oshkosh, Wis., Sept. 
19, 1892. She d. in 1887. Had two children. 

476. . ix. Charles Edwin, b. Dec. 27, 1822 ; m. Eliza P. Hamilton. 

X. Sally Ann, b. April 8, 1824; d. Oct. 7, 1826. 
si. Lucy Embline, b. June 22, 1827; m. Oliver Terry. Had three 
children and d. May 23, 1883. 



SIXTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

442. 

Caleb^ Hitchcock {Luke^, Caleb''', Luke?, Luke^, Luke^) son of 
Luke and Elizabeth (Hunter) Hitchcock, was born Oct. 30, 1782. 
He married, Oct. 30, 1808, Betsey Gilmore of Ware, Mass. He was 
a cabinet maker and lived in Ware. He died in Warren, Mass., 
Sept. 9, 1845. 

his children were : 
i. Delpha M'. b. May 6, 1810; d. March 29, 1811. 
477. ii. Caleb Strong, b. Aprils, 1812; m. Emily Merriam. 

iii. George, b. Sept. 25, 1814 ; no children, 
iv. James, b. Jan. 20, 1817; went South, probably in the civil war. 
V. Luke, b. Oct. 10, 1819; lives in Tennessee. 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 441 

vi. Jonathan, b. Feb. 19, 1822; living In Warren, one daughter, 
vii. Horace, b. Sept. 19, 1824; went South, probably cl. there in 

the civil war. 
vlii. Sakah, b. Nov. 19, 1826; m. George Burbank. 

478. ix. Chaklbs W., b. Sept. 19, 1829; lives in Tenn. 

443. 

Daotel' Hitchcock {Lulce^, Caleb''', Luke^, Luke^, Luke^) son 
of Luke and Elizabeth (Hunter) Hitchcock, was bom July 3, 1787. 
He married Oct. 8, or 12, 1812, Mary" Marsh, born Feb. 1, 1791, 
daughter of Daniel^ Marsh, (son of Daniel*) and Hannah^ Marsh, 
(daughter of Moses*), which Daniel* and Moses* were sons of Capt. 
Job^ andMehitable (Porter) Marsh of Hadley, Mass., son of Dan- 
ieP Marsh, son of John^ Marsh of Hartford, Conn., 1636. Daniel 
Hitchcock was a merchant in Warren, Mass., where at various times 
he filled the offices of town clerk and postmaster. His wife Mary 
died March 12, 1847, sb. 56. He died Oct. 23, 1863. 

HIS CHILDKEN WEKE : 

i. Harriet', b. July 20, 1813; d. Sept. 7, 1881. 

479. ii. Joseph F., b. July 27, 1815 ; m. Mary Bliss, 
iii. Mary, b. April 14, 1818; lives in "Warren. 

444. 

Robert^ Hitchcock {Luke°, Caleb*, Luke^, Luke^, Luke') son of 
Luke and Elizabeth (Hunter) Hitchcock, was born Oct. 6, 1789, in 
Palmer, Mass. He married 1st, April 13, 1813, Orra Lilly who was 
born in Brimfield, Mass., July 8, 1791 and died April 26, 1831. He 
married 2d, April 23, 1833, Adelaide Miles, born at Rutland, Mass., 
July 27, 1803. He died May 25, 1843. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Marshall L'., b. Nov. 2, 1813; m. Juliana Converse. 
Lucketia, b. Sept. 16, 1815 ; m. June 4, 1843, Sumner Hastings 

of Palmer and d. there Oct. 13, 1872. 
Marcus T., b. June 8, 1817 ■ m. Elvira Goodell. 
Eliza, b. Feb. 11, 1819; m. Wm. Leonard of Foxboro, Mass., 

and d. Feb. 14, 1871. Child : 1, Frederick? Leonard. 
Harriet, b. July 16, 1820; d. Oct. 21, 1830. 
Daniel, b. June 28, 1822; m. Eliza Sedgwick. 
John, b. June 27, 1824; m. Nerissa Hale. 



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ii. 


481. 


iii. 




iv. 




V. 


482. 


vi. 


483. 


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442 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH II. 

viii. Maky Jane, b.Feb. 26, 1826; m. Nov., 1851, Joseph Tolman; 
res. Toledo, Ohio. 

484. ix. Robert, b. Dec. 3, 1829 ; m. 1st, Jane Blauvelt. 

X. Francis L., b. Dec. 12, 1834; m. Nov. 28, 1858, Jane Sedg- 
wick. He d. July 1, 1860. 

xi. Adelaide, b. Oct. 16, 1837; m. Nov. 23, 1864, Edson Walker; 
res. Monson; has five children. 

445. 

Lxjke'' Hitchcock {Luke^, Caleb^ , LuTce^ , LuTce', LuJce^) son of 
Luke and Elizabeth (Hunter) Hitchcock, was born in Palmer, Mass., 
Nov. 22, 1792. He married Ist, April 20, 1820, Rebecca Foster, 
born May 14, 1794, who died March 26, 1833. He married 2d, Dec, 
29, 1836, Rebecca Blair of West Brookfleld, Mass., who was born 
July 11,1805, and died Oct. 18,1854,86.48. He died May 27, 1843. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Dblphia S'., b. May 21, 1821; ro. in April, 1840, Lyman Spauld- 
ing of Eastport, Conn. He d. in Ware, Mass., Jan. 25, 
1858, se. 42 years and 10 months. She d. in Ware, Aug. 
14, 1869. 

485. li. Edwin Freeman, b. Oct. 24, 1837; m. 1st, Mary Coolidge. 

486. iii. William Henry, b. Dec. 3, 1840; m. Lucy A. Wright. 

iv. Ann Elizabeth, b. April 22, 1843, in Palmer; m. Samuel H. 
Brown oJ! Brimfield, Mass., who was b. in Richland, Mich. 
March 29, 1840. Children: 1, Harry HitchcocJi? Brown, 
b. Brimfield, July 16, 1867; 2, Alice Webber Brown, b. 
Dec. 13, 1870. 

446. 

Henry^ Hitchcock (Justin^, Luke^ , LuTce^ , Luke^, Luke^) son of 
Dea. Justin and Mercy (Hoyt) Hitchcock, was born at Deerfield, 
Mass., Nov. 6, 1783. He married Oct. 29, 1810, Betsey Kimberly, 
daughter of Capt. Nathaniel Kimberly of West Haven, Conn. He 
settled in Deerfield, was deacon of the church, and a saddler by 
trade. He died Aug. 19, 1861. His widow died Jan. 16, 1878. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Nathaniel, b. June 22, 1812; m. Calista Childs. 
Henry, b. May 25, 1816; m. Martha Arms. 
Elizabeth, b. Nov. 21, 1819; m. Henry Childs. 
Eunice Kimberly, b. Aug. 19, 1825 ; m. April 12, 1854, O. E. 
Huntington of Cleveland. He was born in Norwich, 



487. 


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488. 


il. 


489. 


iii. 




iv. 




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FAMILY OF LUKE. 443^ 

Conn., Sept., 1802. Graduated at Yale College in 1825; 
settled in mercantile business in Sew York City and later 
in Cleveland, 0. He d. July 13, 1877. 

447, 

Charles^ Hitchcock (Justin", Luke*', Luke^, Luke^, Luke''-) son 
of Dea. Justin and Mercy (Hoyt) Hitchcock, was born in Deerfleld,. 
Mass., Nov. 3, 1785. He married Feb. 23, 1821, Lois Baker, 
daugliter of Isaac Baker of Conway, Mass. He settled in his 
native place, Deerfleld ; became deacon of the Congregational church 
there, tanght singing school and led the singing in the church for 
many years. His wife Lois died April 28, 1861, and he died Jan. 
4, 1864. 

HIS CHILDKEN WEEE : 

i. Hakkibt N'., b. March 27, 1822. 

ii. Justin Baker, ta. Nov. 27, 1824; m. Dec. 2, 1858, Maria A. 
Stebbins, dau. of Zebinaof Deerfleld. He was a farmer 
and d. Jan. 9, 1890. They had; 1, Flora S'., b. June 12, 
1862; d. May 4, 1875. 

448. 

Pees. Edwakd^ Hitchcock, D. D., LL. D., (Justin^, Luke*, 
Luke^, Luke^, Luke'-) son of Dea. Justin and Mercy (Hoyt) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Deerfleld, Mass., May 24, 1793. He married,. 
May 31, 1821, Orra White, born at Amherst, Mass., Mar. 8, 1796, 
daughter of Jarib and Euth (Sherman) White. In 1826 he was a 
special student of theology and science at Yale college under Prof- 
essors Nathaniel Taylor and Benjamin Silliman ; and from that insti- 
tution had already received the honorary degree of A. M. in 1818. 
He was principal of Deerfleld Academy 1816-19 ; pastor Congrega- 
tional church at Conway, Mass., 1821-25 ; published Geology of the 
Connecticut Valley in 1824, leading to professorship of chemistry 
and natural history in Amherst College 1825-45. He was pres- 
ident of Amherst College 1845-54. He was appointed State geolo- 
gist of Massachusetts in 1830, and in 1850 was sent by the State as 
special commiss^ioner to visit, and examine, and report, upon the 
chief Agricultural Schools of Europe and was emeritus professor of 
geology in Amherst College till his death in 1864. Mrs. Orra. 



444 DESCENDANTS OP LDKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

(White) Hitchcock died at Amherst, Mass., May 26, 1863, and 
President Edward Hitchcock died there Feb. 27, 1864. 

From the biographical notice of President Edward Hitchcock read 
>lDy J. P. Lesley, Aug. 9, 1866. at the National Academy of Sciences, 
we quote the following : 

"Edward Hitchcock was born in 1793. His father was a small 
farmer who had learned the trade of a hatter, had fought in the Rev- 
olutionary war, and was a deacon in the Congregational church of 
Deerfield, a man of strong mind and steadfast piety, a genuine New 
England puritan. 

'' His mother was a high bred New England woman, of quick 
•intelligence, pure heart and exquisite sensibility. The son was 
therefore born both to religion and science. The keys of the spirit- 
ual and of the physical worlds were hid beneath his pillow. 
. . Such was Edward Hitchcock, one of the fathers of American 
Geology, and one who continued to the close of a long life to be an 
■original investigator. A man of ardent fancy, impulsive, curious 
and credulous ; docile and teachable beyond any adult man of science 
I ever knew ; modest to a marvel ; yet, with all this, a man of suf- 
ficient self-reliance and determination for the most important prac- 
"tices of life, patient of difficulties, persevering and industrious 
for final success in any undertaking, sound in judgment and dis- 
ciplined in temper, a friend to all, and a friend of all, his 
whole career laid claims to eminence, which would have been 
•pre-eminence in American Theology, had it not been for his 
devotion to the ecclesiastical and financial interests of the college, 
which he saved from premature decay, and refounded upon the delib- 
erate sacrifice of his own ambition." 

From the sermon delivered at the funeral of Dr. Hitchcock by 
Professor W. S. Tyler, we make the following quotations as illustra- 
ting some of the prominent features of his life : 

" Dr. Hitchcock created the materiel and the reputation of 
Amherst College in the Department of Natural History. 

" He had naturally great physical strength and powers of endur- 
ance ; and though by overtasking his prodigious powers by more 
prodigious exertions, he early impaired his health and strength, still 
down to the last years of his life, few could climb mountains or 
break rocks with him — few could endure so much fatigue as he on a 
geological excursion. ........ 



FAMILT OF LUKE. ■445- 

" Quick and accurate observation of nature was, of course, the- 
foun(|ation of his scientific discoveries. He was also a sharp observ- 
er of men and things. His judgment of character, like his interpre- 
tation of natural phenomena, was quick and seldom erroneous. He 
had the originality and creative power which belong to genius. He 
was made for a discoverer, for an originator of new ideas, new 
theories, new methods, new measures. He was tall enough to see 
over the heads of other men, and catch the first dawning beams of a 
new day. He had more faith than most men, in new discoveries. 
This believing disposition sometimes welcomed a premature an- 
nouncement or a fabrication even, like the celebrated moon-hoax ;. 
but it expected great things, attempted great things and achieved 
great things for science. It wrought miracles in the scientific- 
world. As a Christian philosopher, he welcomed every discovery in 
Geology and the physical sciences, never doubting, that they would 
not only harmonize with, but illustate and confirm the Sacred Script- 
ures. Ichnology, as a science, began, and as yet may almost be 
said to ends yiith him. He was the originator of the State Scientific- 
Surveys. The American Scientific Association sprang from his- 
suggestion ; and he was its first president. His originality in start- 
ing new doctrines, and new arguments in Xatural Theology, is seen 
in instances too numerous to mention. His mode of answering the 
objection to the Resurrection of the body, his proofs from Geology 
of the general benevolence of God, of special providence and of 
special Divine intervention in nature, and his Telegraphic System of 
the Universe, may serve as examples. He possessed in a remarka- 
ble degree that power of rapid and wide generalization, by which 
the fall of an apple suggested to Newton the law of universal gravi- 
tation. Taught by a few terraces on the hill-sides, he could recon- 
struct the Connecticut Valley at each successive geological epoch of 
its existence ; and guided by a few foot-marks in the sandstone, he 
could re-people it with its various orders and tribes of primeval 
inhabitants. If he had not been a great geologist and naturalist, he 
would have been a great astronomer and mathematician. The ques- 
tion, which he should be, turned, not on the faculties with which he 
was endowed, but on the accident, or rather the providence of his 
impaired health and eyesight. ...... 

"His labors have shed lustre on the country that gave him birth,, 
and have made the Connecticut Valley a classic land, whither men of 
science from all nations must go on pilgrimage, if they would see the- 



446 DESCENDANTS OP LDKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH II. 

best ichnological cabinet in the world, and indeed the only one that 
•deserves or claims that distinctive name. And as they visit that 
cabinet, and the other scientific collections and buildings on this con- 
secrated eminence, under the name of Edward Hitchcock, they will 
read the inscription : si monumeutum quaeris, circumspice." . 

"If in the greatness and the variety of his talents and attainments, 
•he was no unworthy representative of the wise man of the Scriptures, 
so was he in the consecration of all those talents and attainments to 
the highest and best ends. It was his mission to illustrate, in his 
life as well as by his tongue and his pen, the beauty and harmony of 
the connection between science and religion. He is dead ; but his 
memory lives. His influence lives and will live forever. He is gone 
from us. But his works do follow him. His character and his 
writings remain to bless the world." ..... 

The literary character of his life may be partially judged of by a 
■simple enumeration of the number of articles, pamphlets, and vol- 
umes written by him between the years 1815 and 1863. These were : 
24 distinct volumes, 35 separate pamphlets and sermons, 80 news- 
paper articles, and 94 papers in the magazines of the day. 

HIS CHILDRBN WERE : 

i. Edward', b. May 9, 1822, at Conway, Mass. ; d. March 15, 

1824. 
ii. Maky, b. July 13, 1824, at Conway, Mass.; unm. 
ill. Catharine, b. at Amherst, Mass., and graduated from Mt. 
Holyoke Seminary as a pupil of Mary Lyon. After 
teaching in Monson and Amherst Academies she married 
Henry M. Storrs, a son of Chas. B. Storrs, President of 
Western Reserve College. He was born at Hudson, 0.; 
graduated from Amherst College and Andover Theol. 
Seminary; ordained at Lawrence, Mass., and installed 
pastor; as subsequently at Cincinnati, 0., Brooklyn, N. 
Y., and Orange, N. J. From 1872 to 1882 lie was Cor. 
Sec. of the American Home Missionary Society, with 
home in New York. The children of this marriage have 
been : 1, Mary' Storrs; 2, Charles B. Storrs; 3, Katharine 
Storrs; i, Michard S. Storrs, of whom the last three are 
still living. 

490. iv. Edward, b. May 23, 1828 ; m. Mary L. Judson. 

v. Jane Elizabeth, b. March 6, 1833, in Amherst, Mass. ; m. 
Aug. 31, 1864, Granville B. Putnam, Master in Erauklin 
School, Boston. 

491. vi. Charles Henry, b. Aug. 23, 1836; m. Martha Bliss Barrows. 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 447 

vii. Emily, b. Nov. 9, 1838; m. at Boston, by Rev. J. H. Seelye, 
May 18, 1870, to Rev. Casslus M. Terry. He d. Aug. 18, 

1881. Child: 1, Edward Sweef Ten-y, b. Jan. 25,1872; 
d. July 19, 1872. 

449. 

Horace^ Hitchcock {Myrick^, Luke^, Lulce^, LuTce^, Luke^) son 
of Myrick and Abigail (Strickland) Hitchcock, was born in Green- 
field, Mass., March 27, 1782. He married Dec. 2, 1807, Phebe 
Johnson, who was born Jan. 10, 1790. He was moving from Gran- 
ville, N. Y. to the West in 1820, when he was taken sick at Little 
Falls, N. Y. and died there June 27, 1820. His widow died Jan. 10, 
1828. 

HIS CHILDKEN WEKE : 

i. Julia', b. March 25, 1809; in. Samuel Giles, who d. in March, 

1882. She d. March 25, 1883. Child: 1, JIarshaU' Giles, 
lives in Angola, N. Y. 

492. ii. Harvey Sanderson, b. July 25, 1812; m. 1st, Clementina 

Thompson. 

iii. Minerva, b. Jan. 15, 1815 ; m. James Jones of Pamelia, X. Y. 
Children: 1, Helen' Jones ; 2, Julia Jones ; 3, Ida Jones. 

iv. Horace P., b. Feb. 24, 1820; m. Nov. 29, 1846, Maria Stuart 
Porter of Lexington, Ky. No children. He went South 
before the war. Kept a bookstore in Lexington, accumu- 
lated a large fortune ; but during the war was imprisoned 
and lost all; res. now in Detroit, Mich. 

450. 

Luke" Hitchcock (Myrick^, Luke*, Luke^, Luke'', Luke^) son of 
Myrick and Abigail (Strickland) Hitchcock, was born in Greenfield, 
Mass., Sept. 29, 1788. He married in Granville, N. Y., June 15, 
1813, Fanny B. Parker, born at Granville, March 20, 1788. He was 
a hatter by trade and a farmer. Later he had a shop for many 
years in Middle Granville. His wife died in Cazenovia, N. Y., 
Nov. 8, 1854. He died there March 8, 1862. 
his children were : 
i. Delia Maria', b. Dec. 12, 1814, in Granville, N. Y. ; m. in 
Pompey, N. Y., Elijab E. Smith. They reside in Man- 
lius, N. Y. 

493. ii. George Flavius, b. Aug. 13, 1818 ; m. Samantha C. Safford. 



448 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

iii. Harriet Eliza, b. Feb. 21, 1821, in Granville, N. Y. ; res. Caz- 

enovia, N. Y. ; unm. 
iv. Nancy Cornelia, b. Sept. 27, 1826, in Granville ; m. in Caze- 

novia, Henry Billings and d. in Greenfield, Mass., Feb. 

22, 1854. Child: 1, Cornelia S^. Billings. 

451. 

Chatjncey^ Hitchcock (GJiauncey^ , Luke*, Luke^, Luke^, Luke^) 
son of Chauncey and Elizabeth (Robbins) Hitchcock, was born in 
Becket, Mass., in 1794. He married Mary Goodrich. He moved 
from Massachusetts to Ohio and then to Wisconsin. He was killed 
by the cars near Toledo when returning from Wisconsin to Ohio in 
Oct., 1872. His widow Mary died inDec, 1880, near Garrettsville, 
Ohio. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Louisa'', b. Oct. 1819 ; m. Dec., 1837, Francis Strong at Wind- 
ham, Portage Co., Ohio; res. at Hiram, Portage Co., 0. 
" Child : Clara U. Strong, b. May 2, 1842 ; m. James Ran- 
dolph. Has three children, 
ii. Betsey A., b. April, 1821; m. Samuel Cox, lives at River 

Falls, Pierce Co., Wis. ; has three children, 
iii. Hannah, b. Jan., 1826 ; m. Hugh Cameron, lives at River Falls, 

Wis. 
iv. Mary, b. Sept., 1829; m . Thomas King ; lives in Troy, Geauga 

Co., Ohio. Ten children, 
v. Caroline, b. April, 1832; m. William Davis ; lives at Pana, 111. 
vi. Henry, b. Aug., 1840; m. Sarah Barber; res. Orange, Cuy- 
ahoga Co., Ohio. One dau. 



452. 

John Chandlee^ Hitchcock {Chauncey^, Luke*, Luke^, Luke^, 
Luke^) son of Chauncey and Hepzibah (Chandler) Hitchcock, was 
born in Eussell, Hampden Co., Mass., Aug. 21, 1803. He married 
1st, Feb. 27, 1828, Arvilla Wadsworth, daughter of Seth and Isa- 
bella (Ferguson) Wadsworth of Becket, Mass. She died Dec. 4, 
1840, in Talmage, Summit Co., Ohio. He married 2d, in 1841, at 
Windham, Ohio, Prudence (Slocum) Wadsworth, widow of Jonathan. 
He died Feb. 23, 1884, at Northwood, Iowa. • 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 449 

HIS CHILDBEN WEEE : 

1. Stillmajj W., b. Dec. 22, 1830; d. Sept. 12, 1835. 

11. Clarissa, b. Aug. 3, 1834; m. 1854, Josepli Wilhelm of Meso- 
potamia, Trumbull Co., Ohio. Lives in River Falls, 
Pierce Co., Wis., where her husband died. Had five 
children. 

iii. STiLLMA>r, b. Aug. 22, 1836 ; d. y. 

iv. Mary Ann, b. Sept. 28, 1838; m. Elkanan FittsatKiver Falls, 
Pierce Co., Wis. ; now live in West Randolph, Vt. Has 
two sons. 
V. Arvtlla, b. Jan. 23, 1842; m. Holt Hlhman; lives in North- 
wood, Worth Co., Iowa. One daughter. 

453. 

SiBA^ Hitchcock {Chauricey^ , Luke-^ , Luke^ , LuJce^, Luke^) daugh- 
ter of Chauncey and Hezpibah (Chandler) Hitchcock, was born 
July 5, 1805. She married Dec. 8, 1824, Jonathan W. Kingsley of 
Becket, Mass. On Jan. 19, 1825 they started for Ohio, then in 
the far west. They made the journey of 600 miles with a span 
of horses and on Feb. 19th they arrived at Windham, Portage 
Co., Ohio. Mr. Kingsley had bought 100 acres of land in the north- 
west corner of that town. They built a log house and lived in it 
until 1839, when they buit a frame house which is still standing. 
There were then no roads and all travelling was on horseback. They 
lived to see it all cleared up and the cars running within a half mile 
of them. They died on the farm where they first settled, Mr. Kings- 
ley, Feb. 19, 1870 and Siba (Hitchcock) Kingsley, Feb. 3, 1873. 
The children of Siba (Hitchcock) Kingsley were : 

1. AbigaW, b. Jan. 11, 1826; d. Feb. 15, 1859. 

2. Cleman, b. Sept. 2, 1827. 

3. WaUani Jehiel, b. Sept. 16, 1830; d. June 4, 1832. 

4. Sarah ArviUa, b. Aug. 1, 1833; d. Kov. 6, 1836. 

5. Sarah Amanda, b. Nov. 6, 1837. 

6. Emma, b. July 19, 1843. 

454. 

Jehiel^ Hitchcock {^Chauncey^, Luke*, Luke^, Luke'^, Luke''-) son 
of Chauncey andHepzibah (Chandler) Hitchcock, was born in Rus- 
sell, Mass., March 10, 1808. He married in Windham, O., Feb. 23, 
1834, Lemira Hawley, who was born in Sandisfield, Mass., Nov. 26, 
1808. He was a farmer in Freedom, Portage Co., Ohio, where his 
wife died Sept. 8, 1858. He died in Corinth, Kansas, Oct. 17, 1878. 
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450 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

HIS CHLLDEEN WERE : 

i. Lucy S'., b. Sept. 6, 1835, in Windham, Ohio; m. Jan. 14, 
1858, Joseph W. Hall, and d. in Appleton, Wis., Dec. 24, 
1873. Child : 1, Henrf Hall, b. Appleton, Wis., Aug. 24, 
1867. 

ii. Ellen M., b. May 1, 1837, in Paris, Ohio; m. in Freedom, 
Ohio, Sept. 20, 1859, John Eathburn. They live in Kan- 
sas. Havc:l, Frank E^. Rathhurn, b. July 5, 1860; 2, 
Joseph A. Bathhurn, b. Nov. 29, 1862, in Bazetta, Tex. 
iii. Sakah E., b. June 6, 1839, in Paris, Ohio; m. in Freedom, 0., 
March 24, 1863, Volney M. Noble. Teacher, living in 
Kansas; no child. 

iv. Adelia. A., b. Jan. 15, 1846, in Freedom, Ohio; unm. and for 
the past six years engaged in home missionary work in 
New York City. 

455. 

GeoegeKing^ Hitchcock (Godfrey^, Luke*, Luke^, Luke^, Luke^) 
sou of Godfrey and Abigail (King) Hitchcock, was born at South- 
wick, Mass., Jan. 3, 1791. He married 1st, Sally Moody of North- 
ampton, Mass., who was the mother of six of his children. He 
married 2d, Aug. 7, 1832, Electa Warren of Northampton, who died 
in Eagleville, Mo., Oct. 18, 1884. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

Charles Merrick', b. Jan. 27, 1816; m. Angeline Ellsworth. 
Franklin King, b. Feb. 23, 1818; m. Martha Clark. 
Asenath Moody, b. Nov. 23, 1820. 
George Wesley, b. Feb. 12, 1823. 
Augusta, b. Feb. 3, 1826. 

Sarah, b. Feb 16, 1829 ; m. Hodges. 

Henry, b. May 1, 1838. 

John Elihu, b. May 3, 18—. 

BiRNiB, d. in infancy. 

Frederick, b. 1850 ; d. April 10, 1865. 

456. 

Elijah^ Hitchcock (Pei-esli^, George*, Luke^, Luke^ , Luke''-) son 
of Peresh and Anna (Burchard) Hitchcock, was born in West Spring- 
field, Mass., Oct. 16, 1788. He married 1st, Nancy Chapin, "pub- 
lished" Nov. 18, 1810, (church records give Dec. 13, 1809.) He 
married 2d, Mabel Gill, published April 5, 1821, and he died May 
27, 1832. In his will, which was dated Oct. 12, 1831, he mentions' 
grand-daughter Nancy, daughter of Anson deceased. 



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FAMILY OF IXSKE. 451 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 
(Order uncertain.) 
1. Ansox', b. (?); m. (?); d. before Oct. 12, 1831. Had dau. : 

1, Nancy'. 
ii. Warren, b. Feb. 23, 1812; m. Jan. 1, 1835, Fidelia Elder. 
Ciiild: 1, Dkxter B'., b. Sept. 5, 1838; m. May 19, 1858, 
Frances Ashley; res. Holyolie, Mass.; no children; d. at 
Holyoke, June 11, 1885. 
iii. LoviSA, b. Sept. 13, 1816; m. April 9, 1845, Alfred G. Tnfts; 

live In Wilbraham, Mass. ; two children, 
iv. Sheldon, b. Oct. 27, 1818 ; m.- July 22, 1838, in Suffield, Conn., 
Fidelia Allen. Children : 1, Anna C, b. Suffield, Conn., 
July 8, 1840; 2, Alice; 3, Clara. 
y. Dextek, unm. 

457. 

Dea. Peke^h'' Hitchcock (Peresh° , George''' , Luke^ , Luke^ , Liike^) 
son of Peresh and Anna (Burchard) Hitchcock, was born in West 
Springfield, Mass., May 6, 1793. He married 1st, published Aug. 
13, 1815, Huldah Ball, who died May 17, 1830. He married 2d, 
published Jan. 1, 1832, Mehitable Bolyen. He married 3d, Abigail 

. Deacon of Baptist church in Holyoke. 

HIS children were : 

i. Haruiet', b. Sept. 20, 1816; m. Joseph Carrier; d. Dec. 3, 
1842. 

ii. Mariette, b. Aug. 24, 1818; m. Martin Wood; no children. 

iii. Elam, b. Oct. 20, 1820; d. Feb. 25, 1821. 

iv. Elam, b. Sept. 21, 1821; m. 1st, Althea Day; has had four 
wives and no child; res. Southampton, Mass. 

V. Cynthia, b. Oct. 17, 1824; d. March 11, 1825. 

vi. S. Stillman, b. June 12, 1826; m. Dec. 25, 1849, Charlotte 
Sophia Miller and had children : 1, Harriet Newell', 
b. Sept. 20, 1850; m. April 29, 1872, Henry Elihu Tuttle 
and have: 1, Charlotte Ma)/ Tuttle, b. in Easthampton, 
Mass., Feb. 10, 1873; 2, Herbert Stillman Tuttle, b. in 
Easthampton, Oct. 23, 1874; d. Aug. 26, 1875: 3, Jessie 
Miller Tuttle, b. Greenfield, Mass., Aug. 16, 1876; 4, 
Anna Hitchcock Tuttle, b. South Windsor, Conn., June 6, 
1878; 5, Harriet Newell Tuttle, b. in Suffield, Conn., Sept. 
15, 1886; 2, ANNA CHARLOTTE, b. Feb. 16, 1857. 
Tii. Mary, b. Feb. 26, 1840 ; m. David Kingsley. 
Till. Martha, b. Sept. 8, 1S44; d. June 4, 1858. 



452 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

458. 

Catherine 8 Hitchcock (Gad°, Gad^, Ebenezer^, Luke"^ , Luke^) 
daughter of Dr. Gad and Sagie (Bailey) Hitchcock, was bom at 
Hanson, Mass., June 8, 1783. She married Dec. 23, 1804, Dr. 
Calvin Tilden, sou of Dea. Samuel Tilden of Marshfield, Mass., 
who was born Sept. 29, 1774, at Scituate, Mass., graduated at Brown 
University in 1800 and died at Hanson, Mass., June 28, 1832. She 
died at Hanson, Mass., Sept. 22, 1852. The children of Catherine 
(Hitchcock) Tilden were : 

1. Calvin'', b. Dec. 23, 1805; d. Nov. 22, 1831; a lawyerin Boston. 

2. Catherine mtchcock, ta. Oct. 1, 1807 ; m. Nov. 27, 1834, Ezra 

Phillips, Jr. 

3. Alfred, h. May 1, 1809; d. July 14, 1809. 

4. Gad Hitchcock, b. June 23, 1810; d. Dec. 15, 1810. 

5. Lucius, h. Oct. 22, 1811; m. 1842, Matilda. Robinson; d. May 

26, 1881. 

6. Junius, b. Nov. 28, 1813; m. 1st, Zernlah Rich, Sept. 14, 1838; 

m. 2d, Ellen F. Haskell, June 9, 1855 ; d. Feb. 28, 1861; 
child: 1, Catherine Hitchcock' Tilden, m. 'E,\ioy M. Avery 
of Cleveland, Ohio. 

7. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 11, 1816; d. unm. June 13, 1858. 

8. Sayie Bailey, b. Sept. i, 1819; m. March 3, 1839, John T. Z. 

Thompson. 

9. Fanny Hitchcock, b. May 1, 1821; d. May 21, 1821. 

10. Christopher Columbus, b. Aug. 29, 1823; m. Oct. 6, 1846, Lydia 

R. Holmes, and d. Sept. 30, 1849. 

11. Fanny Hitchcock, b. April 11, 1826; d. unm. Dec. 3, 1861. 

459. 

Dr. Gad8 Hitchcock (Gad^. Gad*, Ebenezer^, Luke^, Luke^) 
son of Dr. Gad and Sagie (Bailey) Hitchcock, was born in Abing- 
ton, Mass., April 10 or 18, 1788. He married there, Aug. 28, 1810, 
Mary Lincoln Thaxter, born May 23, 1790, daughter of Dr.Gridley 
Thaxter of Abington and grand-daughter of Major Benjamin Lin- 
coln of Hingham, Mass., who received Lord Cornwallis' sword on 
his surrender at Yorktown. Dr. Gad Hitchcock settled in Yarmouth, 
Maine and from 1810 until his death, was the only physician in 
North Yarmouth. He died Nov. 17, 1837. His widow Mary Lin- 
coln (Thaxter) Hitchcock died Nov. 30, 1875. 




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FAMILY OF LUKE. 453 

HIS CHILDREN- WERE : 

i. Bela Thaxter', b. Xov. 15, 1811; grad. at Bowdoin College; 
studied medicine with Ws father ; m. 1st, Aug. 1-t, 1837, 
Mary S. C. Norman, who d. March 15, 1850, £e. 27 years, 
6 months and 20 days. He m. 2d, Mrs. Margaret Eason, 
June, 1852. He d. April 7, 1876; Margaret d. July 16, 
1860, at Princeton, Arkansas. Children : 1, Maey Thax- 
ter', b. Oct. 31, 1842 ; 2, Martha Axx. b. March 20, 1845 ; 
d. July 5, 1848, £6. 3 years. 3 months and 15 days ; 3, 
RUFUS Wm., b. Sept. 26, 1847; d. July 19, 1848,33.9 
months and 23 days; 4, Catherixe Shelby, b. Feb. 24, 
1850; d. July 25, 1850, ai. 5 months, 
ii. Lavixia, b. Jan. 19, 1813; d. May 10, 1830. 

496. iii. Hexry Bailey, b. Dec. 4, 1S14; m. Lucy P. Bacon and has 

five daughters. 
iv. Sar.ah Lixcolx, b. Sept. 16, ISlC; m. Thomas Ford; d. Oct. 

6, 1845. 
V. EuFus WiLLiAJi, b. July 26, 1818 ; m. took his mother's maiden 
name Thaxter; d. Feb. 4, 1877. His son was the sculptor 
of " Lore's first Dream." 

497. vi. Gad, b. March 16, 1820; m. Mary Eliza Davis. 

vii. Maf.y Shattuck, b. May 3,1822; m. Cleverly of Abington. 

viii. Gridley, b. March 3, 1824; d. Dec. 23, 1873 of small pox. 
ix. Besjajiix Lixcolx, b. March 25, 1826; took the name of 

Thaxter; d. Feb. 20, 1845. 
X. Harriet Bailey, b. Sept. 11, 1828; d. May 5, 1837. 
xi. ScSAN Harris, b. Dec. 5, 1830; m. July 2, 1851. William 
Fiske Edson; children: 1, Alfred Herbert Edson; 2, 
Charles Hennj Edson; 3, JIary Lincoln Edson. 
xii. Anx Blanohard, b. May 15, 1833 ; m. Wm. P. Henszey, in 

1857, and has dan. . 1, JIai-y Lincoln'' Henszey, b. 1873. 
xiii. 'Samuel Sweetzer, h. March 9, 1835; m. Maria Smith; no 
children. 

460. 

Daniel" Hitchcock ((^ad=, Gad''', Ebenezer''', Liike^, Luke''-) son 
of Dr. Gad and Sagie (Bailey) Hitchcock, was born March 16, 1790. 
He married Martha Everson daughter of LeviEvevson of Pembroke, 
Mass. He was a ship-carpenter and lived in Marshfield, Mass. 
and in Boston. He died Aug. 2, 1831, in Hanson, Mass., where his 
widow continues to reside. 

HIS childrex were : 
i. Daxiel', b. Sept., 1816; m. 1840, Mary Kingman, grand- 
daughter of Bela Eeed. He lives in Hamilton, Mass. 



454 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

His wife Mary d. in 1873 or 1874. He had children : 1, 
Maktha'; 2, Eliza; 3, Henry; 4, Charles; 5, George; 
6, William; 7, Parker. 
ii. Catherine, b. Dec. 18, 1830; m. George Gushing of Hanson, 
son of Elisha. Slie d. June 8, 1869. Child: 1, Walter^ 
dishing. 
iii, Martha, ta. March 8, 1832; d. Sept. 20, 1832. 

461. 

Chaeles^ Hitchcock {Gcid^ , Gad^ , Ebenezer^ , Luke'^ , Luke''-) son 
of Dr. Gad and Sagie (Bailey) Hitchcock, was born Sept. 4, 1794. 
He married Feb. 9, 1824, Abigail Little Hall, daughter of Bailey 
Hall of Pembroke, Mass. He died in Pembroke, Nov. 9, 1848. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Sarah', b. June 5, 1825 ; d. uum. in Pembroke, Oct. 4, 1843. 
ii. Charles, b. April 4, 1827, in Hanson, Mass. ; m. in Clilcago, 
July 10, 1860, Annie McClure. He graduated at Dart- 
mouth in 1851, taught Academy in Washington, D. C. and 
entered Har. University in 1853 ; adm'd to the Illinois 
bar in 1854; was a prominent lawyer of Chicago of the 
firm Hitchcoclt, Dupee and Judah; was Pres. of the 
Constitutional Convention of Illinois in 1870 and author 
of some of its most important provisions ; was elected 
County Commissioner after tlie fire of 71, aided in secur- 
ing from the state remission of the city's debt and in 
obtaining an appropriation to build its bridges. He d. 
May 6, 1881 in Hyde Park, 111. No children. 

498. iii." Bailey Hall, b. April 22, 1828 ; m. Sarah H. CoUamore. 

iv. Abigail Little, b. July 11, 1830; m. Nov. 4, 1858, Jos.H. 
Tyler, Esq., of Winchester, Mass. Register of Probate 
of Middlesex, b. Pelham, N. H.,Feb. 11, 1825. Children: 
1, Charles H^. Tyler, b. Oct. 11, 1863; 2, Gertrude Eliza 
Tyler, b. Oct. 3, 1866. 

499. V. Henry Jambs, b. Feb. 19, 1834; m. 1st, Sophia Knaggs. 

462. 

Ebenezer^ Hitchcock {Jeremiah^, Ehenezev^, Ebenezer^. Luke'', 
Luke'-) son of Jeremiah and Anna (Eeed) Hitchcock, was born ia 
Brattleboro, Vt., June 17, 1810. He died in Westfleld, Mass., July 
10, 1886. 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 455 

HIS CHILDKEN WERE : 

i. Elizabeth', m. Hedges of Westfleld, Mass. 

ii. Jambs M., d. ee. 40. 

lii. Ann M., d. se. 23. 

Iv. Ejuly F., d. se. 30. 

V. Sarah E., d. Ee. 26. 

vi. Norman L., d. se. 11. 

vii. Arthltr C, d. se. 17. 

viii. IxFANT, d. y. 

ix. Inpant, d. y. 

463. 

Daniel^ Hitchcock (Abner^, Abner-^, Ebenezer^, Luke^, Luke') 
son of Abuer and Lucy Hitchcock, was born in Ludlow, Mass., 
June 8, 1778. He married in 1802, in Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., 
Esther Davis, bom in 1779, in Litchfield, Conn. A farmer, he was 
also " deacon and abolitionist from the beginning and zealous and 
faithful to the last." His wife Esther died in Gainsville, N. Y., 
April 10, 1848. He died in New Haven, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1855. 
The children were all born in Marshall, N. Y. 

HIS CEULDREN WERE : 

1. Ll'Ct', b. March 15, 1803; m. iQ New Haven, N. Y., in 1829, 
JohQ Aiken and d. Eulton, N. Y. June 23, 1837. 
500. li. Myron D., b. Oct. 7, 1804; m. Sarah Wright. 

iii. Esther, b. Oct. 22, 1806; m. in 1834, Thomas Webb and d. in 

Gainsville, N. Y., May 13, 1838. 
iv. Dakiel, b. Aug. 31, 1809; unm. 

V. L-i-DiA A., b. Aug. 17, 1812; m. In 1835, Owea G. Drake of 

New Haven, N. Y. and d. at Central Square, N. Y., May 

9, 1882. 

vl. Clejianda, b. June 10, 1815 ; m. in 1845, Lyman A. Burgess of 

Harbor Creek, Pa. 

vii. Martha L., b. April 8, 1817; m. in 1858, Aaron Kilburn and d. 

in 1882 in Mexico, N. Y. 
viii. John A., b. Oct. 22, 1819 ; d. 1832. 

464. 

Abnek 6 Hitchcock (Abner^, Abner*. Ebenezer^, Luke^, Luke^) 
son of Abnerand Lucy Hitchcock, was born in New Lebanon, N. 
Y., July 17, 1781. He married in Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., in 
1807, Irene Miller, born in Middletown, Conn., Feb. 7, 1790. He 



456 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

was a farmer and his children were all born in Marshall, N. Y. He 
died in Bergen, Genesee Co., N. Y., Jan. 8, 1856, and his widow 
Irene died in North Bergen, June 8, 1867. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

I. Irene', b. Sept. 15, 1808 ; d. Nov. 8, 1855, Bergen, N. Y. 

ii. Alma Diana, b. May 16, 1810; tn. 1831, in Marshall, N. C. 

Jolinson. She d. in Bergen, May 10, 1880. 
iii. LtrcYBTT, b. Dec. 4, 1812 ; m. John Main of Bergen. 
501. iv. Abnbb Eeastus, b. April 4, 1814; m. 1st, Azubah Wheaton. 
V. Isaac Miller, b. Oct. 20, 1816; d. unm. March 3, 1877. 
vi. Mary, b. Dec. 3, 1818 ; m. 1848, Ezra Merrill of Bergen and 

d. Byron, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1878. 
vii. Milan Hubbard, b. May 5, 1820; d. Oct. 3, 1820, in Marshall, 

N. Y. 
vili. Elizabeth Bacon, b. Oct. 30, 1821 ; m. Hart Talcott Clark. 
602. ix. MiLANDO Lansing, b. April 17, 1823; m. Harriet Lumley. 
X. Hannah Coe, b. April 11, 1825 ; in. Edward Salmon, 
xi. Julia Maria, b. July 18, 1826; m. James "Walker; d. Sept. 

21, 1873. 
xii. Emily Melissa, b. July 1, 1828; m. 1st, Norman Bird; m. 2d, 

0. K. Ward, 
siii. Milan Hubbard, b. Jan. 22, 1831; m. in 1857, Lucy A. Rice 
of Winchendon, Mass. No children; missionary; now 
settled as pastor of ch. in Hubbardson, Mass. 

465. 

Calvin^ Hitchcock {Solomon^ , Ahner^ , Ehenezer^ , Luke^ , Luke^) 
son of Solomon and Lois (Hitchcock; Hitchcock, was born in Mar- 
shall, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1795. He married Feb. 20, 1817, Abigail 
McKnight. He died April 6, 1875. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Abigail', b. Dec. 10, 1817; d. unm. Oct. 16, 1882. 

II. Sally, b. Sept. 10, 1819 ; d. unm. May 7, 1883. 
iii. Elkanah, b. July 23, 1821; d. Sept. 3, 1821. 
iv. Solomon, b. June 25, 1823; d. July 25, 1824. 

V. Lucy M., b. Feb. 16, 1825; m. July 21, 1861, Harvey Totman. 
vi. Louisa, b. May 30, 1827. 
vil. Solomon, b. Sept. 13, 1831 ; d. May 10, 1837. 

466. 

Anson^ Hitchcock {Solomon^, Abner* , Ebenezer^ , Luke^ , Luke^) 
son of Solomon and Lois (Hitchcock) Hitchcock, was born Jan. 22, 



FAMILY OF LIKE. 457 

1797, either at Springfield, Mass., or New Lebanon, N. Y. He mar- 
ried 1st, at Marshall, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1825, Susan Nye, born near 
Boston, Mass., Aug. 2, 1802. He was a farmer, and for many years 
deacon of the Hanover Congregational church in Marshall. His 
first wife died at Marshall, Oct. 3, 1835. In the winter of 1838 or 
1839, he married 2d, Mary Miller who had no children and survived 
him for 30 years, dying in 1879. He died at Marshall, May 4, 1847. 

HIS CHILDREN WEEE : 

503. i. MORKis Strafford', b. June 2,1828 ; m. Catherine H. Humphrey. 
ii. EoSAXXA Maria, b. Feb. 6, 1833, in Marshall, Oneida Co., X, 

Y. ; d. April 20, 1835, in Marshall. 

467. 

William Rich^ Hitchcock (Solomon^ , Ahner-^ , Ebeaezer^, Lv.Tie^, 
Ltike^) son of Solomon and Widow (Gridley) Hitchcock, was 
born Oct. 24, 1804. He married April 15, 1829, Elsitha Mills, who 
was born May 19, 1811, and died April 8, 1845, se. 34. He was a 
farmer and emigrated to Michigan from Marshall, N. Y. in 1850 and 
thence to Wisconsin in 1869. He died at the house of his son Rufus 
L-ving Hitchcock at Dale, Wis., April 12, 1870. 
his children were : 

504. i. Rufus Irving', b. 1829 ; m. Mary A. Gibson. 

ii. Abigail Parthena, b. 1831; m. Sept. 29, 1854, Erastus Bates 

of New Haven, Mich, 
iii. Sarah Jane, b. April 13, 1836; m. Dr. Myron Bates of New 

Haven, Mich, 
iv. Nancy, b. 1837; d. 1847; "a member of the Cong. ch. for 

two years before her death." 

505. V. William Henry, b. Jan. 29, 1839 ; m. Susan JIaria Easton. 
vi. Louisa, b. 1841; m. O. W. Carey; res. Kansas City, JIo. 

vii. EjniA, b. May 27, 1842 ; m. June 22, 1856, Samuel Bates ; res. 

New Haven, Mich, 
viii. Edgar Eugene, b. March 28, 1845 ; killed in battle at Rich- 
mond, Va., Sept. 29, 1864; shot in the forehead and his 
body not recovered. He had been adopted by his uncle 
Solomon. 

468. 

Solomon Andrews^ Hitchcock (Solomon^ , Abner*, Ehenezer^. 
Luke^, Luke^) son of Solomon and Delight (Andrews) Hitchcock, 



458 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

was boi-n in Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., Dec. 16, 1813. He mar- 
ried 1st, May 12, 1839, Nancy M. Jenks, born Dec. 4, 1817. She 
died May 16, 1849. He married 2d, April 26, 1854, Angeline L. 
Peck, who was born July 20, 1810 and died Feb. 28, 1866. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Annette 0'., b. April 14, 1840. 

ii. Martha A., h. May 19, 1843. 

iii. Edgar E., b. March 28, 1845; d. Sept. 29, 1864. 

iv. DUANE P., b. March 13, 1847 ; d. March 24, 1848. 

V. Phanette p., b. March 16, 1849. 

469. 

Washington" Hitchcock (Abner Phillips^, Phineas*, Ehenezer^, 
Luke^, Luke^) son of Abner Phillips and Anna (Eddy) Hitchcock, 
was born at Granville, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1808. He married in New 
Lebanon, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1836, Mary Clark Adams. He was a far- 
mer at New Lebanon. 

HIS children were : 
i. Theodore James', b. Aug. 2, 1839, at Pittsfleld, Mass.; 
drowned May 16, 1874, at bursting of reservoir at Wil- 
liamsburg, Mass. He m. Mary J. (Strait) Marvin but 
had no children, 
ii. Mary Ann, b. Aug. 4, 1841, at New Lebanon; m. George E. 
Sprague of Austerlitz, N. Y. and d. at Williamsburg, N. 
Y., Dec. 3, 1869. Children ; 1, H. W^. Sprague, d. £6. 18; 
2, JIaryS. Sprague. 
iii. Abner Phillips, b. Dec. 23, 1851 at New Lebanon, N. Y. 
Journalist, Norwich Bulletin, Norwich, Conn. 

470. 

Jdlius V^. Hitchcock (Seth^ , Phineas^ , Ebenezer^, Luke^, Luke^) 
son of Setb and Betsey (Patterson) Hitchcock, was born in Eaton> 
Madison Co., N. Y., in 1806. He married Delia Hilt, now living in 
Oriskany, N. Y. 

HIS children were: 
i. Daniel', b. Feb. 17, 1837, in New Lebanon, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 
6, 1859, in Wliitestown, N. Y., Mary Lewis. Ticket 
agent at Knowlesville, Orleans Co., N. Y. 
ii. Seth, b. Jan. 1, 1839; m. April 13, 1864, in Whitestown, N. 
Y., Lucy Phelps. 



FAMILY or LUKE. 459- 

iii. Emma, b. Sept. 21, 18il; d. Nov. 6, 1805. 

iv. Julius V., b. July 8, 1845; m. Frank Horton of Wliitestowii, 

N. Y. 
V. Albert, b. March 1, 1848; m. Nov. 26, 1872. LibbieWetmore, 

of Torkville. 
vi. J. DeWitt, b. Oct. 8, 1850; m. Sept. 4, 1878, Sarah L. Robin- 
son of Oxford, Chenango Co., N. Y. Physician at Long- 
Island City, N. Y. 
vii. Delia Ella, b. July 31, 1855; d. May 14, 1877. 

471. 

Phixeas Warrener^ Hitchcock ( Oad° , Phineas'^ , Ebenezer^ ,LuTce^ , 
Luke''-) son of Gad and Nancy (Prime) Hitchcock, was born in New 
Lebanon, N. Y., Nov. 30, 1831. He graduated at Williams College 
in 1855. He was admitted to the bar and removed to Omaha, Neb., 
in 1857. He married there Dec. 27, 1858, Annie M. Monell. In 
1860 he was a member of the National Republican Council ; in 1861 
appointed U. S. Marshall and Surveyor General for Nebraska ; ia 
1864 Delegate to Congress; in 1871 U. S. Senator; in 1877 beatea 
for re-election. He died in Omaha, Neb., July 10, 1881. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

506. i. Gilbert Monell', b. Sept. 18, 1859; m. Jessie Cronnse. 

ii. Grace, b. Sept. 20, 1862; d. Sept. 8, 1880. 
iii. John Gray, b. April 29, 1865; d. unm. Oct. 2, 1886. 

472. 

Miner" Hitchcock {Stephen^, Steplien'>-,Ebe)iezer^, Luke^, Luke^) 
son of Stephen and Lucy (Chapin) Hitchcock, was born Aug. 29,- 
1808. He married Sept. 30, 1837, Asenath Burt of Cbicopee, Mass. 
He was a farmer and lived in Wrlbraham, Mass. He died at Hamp- 
den, Mass., Feb. 24, 1883. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Abigail Lucy', b. July 12, 1840, in Springfield, Mass.; m. 
April 25, 1865, Silas W. Chaplii of Hampden. Children 
were: 1, Susie BelW Chapin, b. Feb. 15, 1866; 2, Anna- 
Louisa Chapin. b. April, 1867; 3, Henry Burt Chapin, b. 
Dec. 26, 1869; 4, Willis Arthur Chapin, b. Feb. 27, 1872; 
5, George Abner Chapin, b. May 22, 1877. 
ii. Edward Newton, b. April 22, 1842, in Springfield; m. Jan. 5,. 
1864, Mrs. Asenath Bebee of Hampden, Mass., b. Wilbra- 
liam, Mass., Feb., 1843; no children. 



460 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

iii. William Harrison, b. Feb. 24, 1844, in Springfleld ; m. Caro- 
line A. Chaffee of Wilbraham, June 12, 1873. One son d. 
in infancy. Ida Endora', b. Aug. 12, 1877. He d. Nov. 
11, 1887. 

iv. Daniel Webster, b. Nov. 26, 1846, in Springfleld; d. there 

Feb. 11, 1847. 
V. Eliza Ann, b. Feb. 4, 1847, in Chicopee; d. Dec. 17, 1864, in 
Wilbraham. 

vi. Mariette, b. Chicopee, Jan. 13, 1849 ; d. there Oct. 20, 1849. 

vii. WiLLABD Aldex, b. Chicopee Falls, Jan. 1, 1851; d. Wilbra- 
ham, Feb. 29, 1872. 

473. 

Hon. David Keyes^ Hitchcock {HolUs^ , David* , Peletiah^ , Luke^ , 
Luke^) son of Hollis and Mary (Wood) Hitchcock, was born in 
Brookfleld, Mass., May 9, 1813. He married Sept. 21, 1837, Abi- 
gail Hastings Barnes, daugliter of Dr. Thomas Barnes of Boston. 
She died April 1, 1892, at her home in Newton, Mass., se. 77. 
Settled in Newton, Mass. David Keyes Hitchcock went to Boston 
from Brookfield, Mass., at a very early age, was employed in the 
printing house of N. P. Willis ; he afterwards studied medicine and 
received the degree of M. D. at Harvard University. Later he 
studied dentistry under Dr. Thomas Barnes of Boston, Mass. and 
became one of the most prominent dentists of that city. He educated 
two Americans in his profession, one of them became dentist to the 
Sultan of Turkey. His service was recognized by the Sultan by 
decorations and also by the present of an elegant gold snufF box 
studded with diamonds. For many years he was connected with 
Harvard College Library. He was greatly interested in the American 
Peace Society and was one of its original members and for many 
years one of its active directors. He served in the Massachusetts 
legislature and was very public spirited ready for any and all advance 
movements. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

-507. i Thomas Barnes', b. Jnne 22, 1839; ra. Sarah S. Hills. 

ii. George Nicholas, b. Feb. 24, 1843 ; m. Ellen M. Cobb, April 

30, 1891; lawyer in San Diego, Cal.. 
iii. David, b. Dec. 17, 1844; nnm. 
iv. Martha Ann, b. June 6, 1846 ; nnm. 

V. Abbott Lawrence, b. July 4, 1848 ; m. Jan. 30, 1873, Ellen 
Butterick of Newton, Mass. Child: 1, AbbieCoolidge*, 
b. May 28, 1875. 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 461 

vi. Edward BiGBLOW, b. Feb. 5, 1854; m. LlUie B. Comstock,- 

Jan. 29, 1885; one child: George', b. Feb. 24, 1890. 
Tii. Charles Hollis, b. Feb. 24, 1856; d. Oct. 2, 1878. 
vlii. Mary Abby, b. Not. 14, 1859. 

474. 

William Parsons 8 Hitchcock ( William^ , Moses*,Peletiah^,Luke^ , 
LuJce^) son of William and Bersheba (Bartlett) Hitchcock, was borrt 
in Lee, N. Y., May 6, 1808. He marriecl 1st, in Fulton, X. Y., in 
1834, Elizabeth Pai-ker, who died there the same year. He married 
there 2d, in 1835, Jane Hallett, who died in Fair Haven, N. Y., Dec. 
26, 1863. He died Oct. 19, 1870. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

508. i. William Jambs', b. April 29, 1836; m. Elizab8tb M. Parmlee. 

ii. Mary Bersheba, b. May 16, 1838, lu Lee, N. Y. ; m. June 12, 
1859, A. B. Noitlirnp, aud d. July 24, 1880, ia Oswego, N. Y. 
iii. Lucy Jaxe, b. Nov., 1839, in Fairhaven, N. Y. ; d. March, 1840. 

475. 

George WiLLisTON^ Hitchcock ( Willam^, Moses^ ,Peletiah^ ,Luke^ y 
Luke^) son of William and Bersheba (Bartlett) Hitchcock, was born 
in Lee, N. Y., March 26, 1812. He married March 24, 1844, Sarah 
Wentworth. He died Aug. 11, 1866. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Celia B'., b. Jan. 14, 1845. 

ii. Lillian S., b. Jan. 27, 1856; d. Feb. 1, 1878. 

476. 

Charles Edwin'' Hitchcock ( William^, Moses^, Peletiah^, Luke^. 
Luke^) son of William and Bersheba (Bartlett) Hitchcock, was born> 
Dec. 27, 1822. He married Sept. 27, 1854, Eliza Pool Hamilton. 
He died June 17, 1883. 

his children were: 
i. Mart Ella', b. June 12, 1855 ; m. May 13, 1874, Lieut. Calvini 
D. Cowles, 23d U. S. Infantry, who was b. at Elksville, 
Wilkes Co., N. C, June 26, 1849; grad. at West Point, 
June 18, 1873; promoted to 1st Lieut. March 20,1879, 
Capt. Jan. 31, 1891. Her children are: 1, Mo.ry DuvaP 
Cowles, b. May 13, 1875 ; 2, Bobert Carson Cowles, b. Sept.- 



•462 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

11, 1876; 3, William Henry Cowles, b. May 21, 1878; 4, 
Oqlvin Duval Cowles, b. June 26, 1880; 5, Josiah Hamil- 
ton Cowles, b. March 19, 1884; 6, David Hamilton Cowles, 
b. Oot. 14, 1885 ; 7, Isabel Hitchcock Cowles, b. Nov. 5, 
1887; d. Dec. 12, 1888. 
ii. Kate Hamilton, b. Jaa. 31, 1857; in. Lieut. Samuel Nelson 

Holmes, Dec, 1880; uo cbildren. 
ill. Isabel Gkay, b. Jan. 24, 1865. 



SEVENTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

477. 

Caleb Strong'' Hitchcock {Oaleb^ , Luke^, Oaleb'^ , Luke^ , Luke^ , 
.Luke^) son of Caleb and Betsey (G-ilmore) Hitchcock, was bora in 
Ware, Mass., April 5, 1812. He married, Nov. 26, 1841, Emily 
Merriam of Ware. He lived in Warren, Mass., where he was a 
hotel keeper for many years. He died in Warren, June 13, 1874. 
His widow Emily died Dec. 16, 1890. 

His CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Ellen J^, b. Oot. 24, 1340; m. Mr. Washburn; child: 1, 

Alice^ Washburn. 

ii. William, b. Oct. 24, 1842; unm. 

iii. Julia, b. Sept. 1, 1844; m. George Newton, 

iv. James R., b. Nov. 19, 1846; d. Oct. 17, 1851. 

V. Chakles, b. Sept. 17, 1849 ; unm. 

vi. Emma, b. Jan. 31, 1852; m. Charles S. Lincoln, 

vii. Abby, b. May 22, 1854. 

478. 

Charles Winchester'' Hitchcock {Caleb'^, Liike°, Oaleb'^, Luke^, 
Luke^, Luke''-) son of Caleb and Betsey (Gilmore) Hitchcock, was 
toorn in Ware, Mass., Sept. 19, 1829. He married 1st, in Green- 
ville, N. C, Oct., 1855, Georgiana J. Brace, who died at Gallatin, 
Tenn., Aug. 14, 1869. He married 2d, Feb. 13, 1879, Kate M. 
Simpson of Gallatin, Tenn., born at Springfield, Ohio, Oct. 9, 1854. 



FAMILT OF LUKE. 463 

HIS CHILDKES WERE : 

i. Georgia Walkek, b. Dec. 21, 1860, In Gallatin; m. Dec. 24, 
1882, William C. Cantrell. 

ii. Charles Bruce, b. Feb. 4, 1863. 

iii. Prudib Winchester, b. Feb. 11, 1880. 

iv. Bessie Gilmore, b. March 3, 1883. 

y. WiLLLAM Howard, b. Oct. 1, 1886. 

vi. Margaret Simpson, b. Sept. 3, 1891. 

479. 

Joseph F''. Hitchcock {Daniel^, Luke^, Caleb'^, Luke^, Luke^, 
Luke^) son of Daniel and Mary (Marsh) Hitchcock, was born July 
27, 1815. He married 1st, Sept. 12, 1837, Mary Bliss, daughter of 
Oliver and Betsey (Works) Bliss, who was born Feb. 13, 1812 and 
died Aug. 9, 1848. He married •2d, June 19, 1850, Mary Green, 
daughter of Dr. Daniel and Elizabeth (Emerson) Green of Ward 
now Auburn, who was born Jan. 5, 1820. He lived in Warren, 
Mass., where he served as postmaster for twenty consecutive years. 
He was a member of the Massachusetts senate the winter of '57-'58 
and was one of the Governor's Council for two years, under Andrew 
and Bullock. He died Dec. 21, 1880. 

HIS CHILDRBX WERE ; 

1. Joseph Henry', b. Aug. 24, 1832; d. March 31, 1847. 
ii. Mary, b. July 31, 1848 ; d. Aug. 18, 1848. 
iii. Daniel G., b. Aug. 24, 1852; m. Julia Keep. 

480. 

Marshall L''. Hitchcock {Robert^, Lnke^, Caleb'^ , Luke^ , Luke-, 
Luke'-) son of Robert and Orra (Lilley) Hitchcock, was born in 
Palmer, Mass., Nov. 2, 1813. He married April 17, 1839, Juliana 
Converse and lives in Thorndike, Mass. The children were all born 
in Palmer. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

508. i. Henry H^, b. Feb. 27, 1841; m. Juliet Barues. 
ii. Henrietta M., b. Feb. 22, 1843. 

509. iii. Herbert William, b. Sept. 1, 1845; m. M. Cole, 
iv. Helen J., b. Jan. 9, 1848; d. July 20, 1858. 

V. Hattie E., b. Nov. 28, 1850; A. June 15, 1874. 

vi. Hester L., b. May 14, 1853. 

vii. Nellie, b. Aug. 28, 1856; d. March 3, 1880. 

viii. Annie B., b. June 6, 1860; d. March 8, 1865. 



464 DESCENDANTS OP LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

481. 

MaecusT''. Hitchcock (Robert^, LuTce^, Caleb'^, Luke^, Luke^, 
Luke^) son of Robert and Orra (Lilley) Hitchcock, was born June 8, 
1817. He married Nov. 11. 1848, Elvira Goodell, born March '20, 
1830. 

HIS CHILDEKN WERE : 

i. Claka E^., b. Nov. 15, 1853 ; d. May 27, 1870. 
ii. Francis L., b. Deo. 14, 1861 ; d. Juue 26, 1865. 
iii. Marcus T., b. July 28, 1865. 

482. 

Daniel'' Hitchcock (^o&e?'i^, Luke^, Caleb''', Luke^, Luke'^, 
Luke''-) son of Robert and Orra (Lilley) Hitchcock, was born June 
28,1822. HemaiTiedAug.il, 1846, Eliza Sedgwick of Palmer. 
He was a merchant and manufacturer at Warren, Mass. He died 
Oct. 25, 1860. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Pred S'., b. May 27, 1858; m. Lida Jones ; res. Boston, 
ii. Mary S., b. Nov. 13, 1860; unm. 

483. 

John'' Hitchcock (lio&ert^, Oaleb^ , Luke* , Luke^ , Luke', Luke^} 
son of Robert and Orra (Lilley) Hitchcock, was born July 27, 1824^ 
He married, Oct. 8, 1846, Nerissa Hale, who died Feb. 11, 1892,, 
ae. 67. 

his children were : 
i. Arthur B^, b. June 21, 1851 ; d. Dec. 7, 1854. 
ii. John Franklin, b. June 19, 1855 ; no child, 
iii. Robert S., b. Dec. 11, 1862; unm. 

484. 

Robert'' Hitchcock (Bobert^, Luke^, Caleb*, Luke^, Luke^,. 
Luke') son of Robert and Orra (Lilley) Hitchcock, was born at Pal- 
mer, Mass., Dec. 3, 1829. He married 1st, March 25, 1850, Jane 
Blauvelt of Seymour, Conn., born Sept. 29, 1830, at Schoharie, N. 
Y., who died May 26, 1881. He married 2d, Nov. 29, 1884, Mrs. 
Eveline E. Fisk, widow of Lucius I. Fisk, and daughter of Stephen. 



FAMILY OP LUKE. 465 

R. Raymond of Winchester, Vt. She died in Springfield, Jan. 25, 
1889. He married 3d, Sarah Burr, who died April 18, 1893, as. 49. 
He resided in SpringBeld, Mass., and was a merchant, master builder 
and inventor. He died May 3, 1893. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Wakrbn Townsley*, b. June 4, 1851 at Seymour, Conn. ; m. 

Jan. 15, 1874, Maud Teresa Harlow of Halifax, N. S. 

She d. May 20, 1875, at Springfield. He has been for 16 

years a car builder. Child: 1, Okra Lilley', b. Feb. 

1, 1875. 
ii. Orra LiLLEY, b. Feb. 8, 1856, at Springfield; m. Sept. 29, 

1875, Herbert M. Smith of Holyoke. 
iii. AucE Jaxe, b. Nov. 1, 1861, Nortliampton. 
iv. Harry Egbert, b. Dec. 8, 1866, Springfield. 

485. 

Edwis Feeeman' Hitchcock {Luke^, Liilce°, C'aleM, Luke^, 
LuJce^, Luke^) son of Luke and Rebecca (Blair) Hitchcock, was born 
at Ware, Mass., Oct. 24, 1837. He married 1st, June 21, 1859, 
Mary Coolidge of Ware, who died at AVest Brookfield, Mass., Sept. 
16, 1868. He married 2d, Xov. 18, 1869, Ella G. Brown of Brim- 
field, Mass. He was killed, Feb. 10. 1874, by the falling of a tree. 

486. 

William Hexky"^ Hitchcock (Luke^, Luke^, Caleb*. Liike^, 
Luke^, Luke^) son of Luke and Rebecca (Blair) Hitchcock, was 
born at Palmer, Jlass., Dec. 3, 1840. He married May 13, 1862, 
Lucy A. Wright, born at Belchertown, Mass., Nov. 6, 1841. They 
live in Palmer. 

487. 

Nathaniel'' Hitchcock (Henry^, Justin^, Lnke*, Luke^, Luke'^, 
Luke^) son of Henry and Betsey (Kimberley) Hitchcock, was born 
June 22, 1812. He married Nov. 28, 1840, Calista Childs, daugh- 
ter of Erastus of Deerfleld. He settled in Deerfleld and has been 
deacon of the Congregational church for many years. 
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466 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

CHILD. 

i. James CmLDS^ b. Nov. 28, 1841, "an only child, responding 
to the call of his country to crush the great rebellion, 
enlisted, Aug. 13, 1862, in Co. C. 27th Reg. Mass. Vols. 
He was ohe of the besieged at Washington, N. C, was 
engaged in the battles of Kingston, Whitehall, Goldsboro 
and Gum-Swamp, N. C. and for three months was detailed 
to an important post at Norfolk, May 16, 1864. He was 
taken prisoner at the battle of Drury's Bluff, Va., and for 
a short time was confined in the Libby prison, Richmond, 
Va. He was transferred to the rebel stockade at Ander- 
son ville, Ga., where from cruel treatment or starvation 
he died, Sept. 18, 1864, se. 23 years. 
" He loved and honored his Saviour at home and was 
' known in the army as a Christian patriot and brave 

soldier." He wrote under the ilag, " I sometimes think 
enlisting In the service of my country, the only unselfish 
act of my life." 

488. 

Henry' Hitchcock {Henry^, Juatin^, Luke*, Luke^, Luke^, 
Luke^) son of Henry and Betsey (Kimberley) Hitchcock, was born 
in Deerfield, Mass., May 25, 1816. He married there June 9, 1841, 
Martha Arms, daughter of Pliny of Deerfield. He was educa- 
ted in the common school and academy at Deerfield, and worked on 
his father's farm until 24. In 1849 he removed to Rutland, Vt., 
and was for five years agent for the Rut. & Bur. R. R. He then 
went into the employ of the Mich. Cent., at Chicago. Jan. 1, 1856, 
he became Ass't Supt. of the C. B. & Q. R. R., with headquarters 
at Galesburg, 111., and remained 25 years there ; iu 1866 becoming 
Supt. of the Galesburg Division which had more miles of road than 
the original line. He resigned in 1881 having proved a far more 
than ordinary model officer, and having trained up others for some 
of the most important positions of railroad service iu the country. 
He was a director of the Second Nat. Bank at Galesburg from its 
beginning in 1863, and a trustee of Knox College, to which he left 
his entire property, about 867,000, at the death of his wife. He was 
a member of one or other Congregational church for 47 years, and 
for many years a trustee of the First Congregational church at Gales- 
burg. His Christian life was a steady flame and in his death not 
only his denomination, but all Christian interests in his region suffer- 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 



467 



cdaloss. He died at Galesburg. 111., of paralysis of the brain, 
Apr. 4, l.«84. 

HIS CHILDRE^J AVEKE : 

i. WiLLiAJi H'., b. Dec. 14, 1843, atDeerfleld; d. at Galesburg, 

Aug. 25, 1838. 
ii. George K., b. Jan. 27, 1851, in Rutland, Vt. ; d. Aug. 23, 1851. 
Hi. Martha Arms, b. Oct. 14, 1857; d. May 21, 1881. 

489. 

Elizabeth'' Hitchcock (Henry^, Justin^, Luke*, lAiJce^, Luke^, 
Luke') daughter of Henry and Betsey (Kimberley) Hitchcock, was 
born in Deerfield, Mass., Nov. 21, 1818. She married there Aug. 
19, 1847, Henry Childs, born there, July 18, 1819. He graduated 
at Yale College, 1846, and then opened an P^nglish and Classical 
school at Cleveland, Ohio. In 18.57 he made Buffalo, N. Y. his 
permanent home, leasing a steam forge and engaging in the 
iron business — in 1861 building the Buffalo steam forge. He became 
one of the oldest and best known citizens of Buffalo. He was an 
active member of the Lafayette street Presbyterian church and for 
16 years president of its board of trustees. He was a member of 
the Merchants Exchange, vice-president of the Buffalo Club, a mem- 
ber of the Oakland Club and of the Masonic Lodge of Ancient Land- 
marks. He died Feb. 10, 1885. The children of Elizabeth (Hitch- 
coclv) Childs were : 

1. George', b, Dec. 28, 185i ; drowned, Feb. 25, 1860, while cros- 

.sing the ice on the canal near his f atlier's steam forge. 

2. Katherine Warriner, b. 1855; m. Dr. F. Crego. 

3. Elizabeth H., b. Aug., 1857; m. Henry SCimson. 

4. flan-?/, b. March 9, 1862; accidentally shot himself while hunt- 

ing, April 12, 1884. 

490. 

Dk. Edward'' Hitchcock, (Pres. Edward^, Justin^, Luke'^, Liike^, 
Luke^, Luke^) son of Pres. Edward and Orra (White) Hitchcock, 
was born at Amherst, Mass., May 23, 1828, and was the first child 
baptized in Amherst College chapel. He graduated at Amherst 
College 1849, and after teaching two years in "Williston Seminary, 
Easthamptou, Mass., graduated at Harvard Medical School in 1853. 
He married, Nov. 30, 1853, Mary Lewis Judson, born in New York 



468 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE Hia;CHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

city, Jan. 26, 1831, daughter of David and Phebe (Lewis) Judson 
of Stratford, Conn., and granddaughter of Pixlee and Catherine Isa- 
bella (Nichols) Judson of Old Mill Green, Bridgeport, Conn. 
He was a teacher in Williston Seminary from 1853 to 1861, and 
since 1861, he has been professor of hygiene and physical education 
at Amherst College. He was a trustee of the Northampton Lunatic 
Hospital from 1864 to 1879 and since 1879 a member of the Massa- 
chusetts State Board of Lunacy and Charity. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

611. i. Edward^, b. Sept. 1, 1854. 

li. Caroline Judson, b. Sept. 8, 1857, at Easthampton, Mass. 
lii. Chalbs Nichols, b. Nov. 3, 1859, at Easthampton; ni. May 

26, 1887, Carrie Malvina Goodnow of Clinton, Mass. 
iv. Lucy Clark, b. Nov. 28, 1861, at Amherst. 
V. Jane Elizabeth, b. Aug. 1, 1863. 
vi. Hbney Judson, b. Nov. 25, 1865, at Amherst and d. there 

Sept. 6, 1867. 
vii. Ruth Sherman, b. Jan. 3, 1868, at Amherst; d. Aug. 11, 1868. 
Tlii. John Sawyer, b. Aug. 10, 1869 ; grad. Amherst College, 1889 
and took degree M. D. at Univ. of Maryland, 1893. 
ix. Lewis Henry, b. March 26, 1871, at Amherst; d. at Strat- 
ford, Conn., June 15, 1873. 
X. Albert White, b. Nov. 21, 1874. 

491. 

Chaeles Henry'' Hitchcock (Pres. Edward^, Justin°, Luke*, 
Luke^, Luke^, Liike^) son of Pres. Edward and Orra (White) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Amherst, Mass., Aug. 23, 1836. He graduated 
at Amherst College in 1856, and studied theology, but never settled 
as pastor. He married June 19, 1862, Martha Bliss Barrows, daugh- 
ter of Prof. E. P. Barrows of Andover, Mass. He became, in 1858, 
lecturer on Zoology and curator of the cabinets in Amherst College 
for six years, and since 1869 Professor of Geology and Mineralogy 
in Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. He was state geologist of 
New Hampshire and on state surveys of Vermont, Maine. Author 
of several boolfs on geological subjects. Martha his wife died Feb. 
5, 1892, in Hanover, N. H. 

HIS children were : 

1. Arthur CHAKLES^ b. Dec. 26, 1863, at Andover; d. July 3, 
1864, at Andover. 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 469 

n. Makia PoRTEK, b. June 4, 1867 ; m. March 9, 1893, Frederick 

Allen. 
Hi. Edward White, b. May 17, 1870, Hanover, N. H. ; d. Marcli 

24, 1876. 
iv. Martha Barrows, b. Oct. 3, 1871. 
V. Alleise Lee, b. Nov. 28, 1873. 

492. 

Rev. Haeyey Sanderson' Hitchcock (fio/-ace 8, Myrick^, iwAe*, 
Imke^, LuJce^ , Luke^) son of Horace and Phebe (Johnson) Hitchcock, 
was born July 25, 1812. He married 1st, Apr. lo, 1835, Clementine 
Thompson, who died Sept. 4, 1852. He married 2d, Aug. 24, 1853, 
Sarah Baudelle. He died Aug. 13, 1893, in Detroit, Mich. 
his children were : 

512. i. H0RACE^ b. Xov. 25, 1836; m. 1st, M. E. Esselstyn. 

ii. JajiesH., b. Oct. 28, 1841; d. Oct. 6, 1859. 

493. 

George Flavius'' Hitchcock {Luke^ , Myrick°, Luke'*', Luke^, 
Imke^, Luke^) son of Luke and Fanny B. (Parker) Hitchcock, was 
born iu Granville, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1818. He married in Pompey, 
N. Y., Sept. 6, 1843, Samantha C. Safford, daughter of Shnbad and 
Sarah (White) Saflford, born at Pompey, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1824. He 
was a farmer in Cazenovia for thirty years and now resides in Syra- 
cuse. K. Y. 

his children were : 

i. George FLAV^us', b. May 26, 1846; a stenographer and law 

reporter. 
ii. Charles S., b. Jan. 25, 1859; d. Oct. 29, 1859. 
ill. Alice A., b. June 5, 1861. 
iv. Edward Luke, b. July 29, 1863, Cazenovia; lives in Syracuse. 



494. 

Charles Merrick'^ Hitchcock (George King^, Godfrey^, Luke*, 
Luke^, Luke^, Luke') son of George King and Sally (Moody) Hitch- 
cock, was born Jan. 27, 1816. He married Angeline Ellsworth, who 
died March 8, 1845. 



470 DESCENDANTS OF tUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

HIS CHILDKKN -WERE : 

i. Chaklbs Mbrrick', b. May 15, 1843. 
ii. A Son, who d. Feb. 24, 1S45. 

495. 

Feanklin King'' Hitchcock {George King^ Godfrey^, Luke*, 
Liike^, Luke^, LuJce^) son of George .King and Sally (Moody) 
Hitchcock, was born Feb. 23, 1818. He married Martha Clark. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Maktha^, d. April 16, 1843. 
ii. George F., b. Feb. 14, 1844. 

496. 

Henry Bailey'' Hitchcock (Gad^. Gad°, Gad*, Ebenezer^ , Luke^ , 
Luke^) son of Dr. Gad and Mary Lincoln (Thaxter) Hitchcock, was 
born Dec. 4, 1814. He married Dee. 17, 1835, Lucy Parsons Bacon, 
who was born March 17, 1814. He died May 14, 1889. 

HIS children WERE : 

i. Harriet B8., b. June 13, 1837; m. Nov. 21, 1861, David D. 

Gray; she d. May 21, 1866. 
ii. Lucy Parsons, b. Feb. 8, 1839; m. Algernon A. Smith, Oct. 

6, 1861. 
iii. Josephine Bohannie, b. Dec. 17, 1841; m. Thomas Lewis 

Curtis, Nov. 21, 1861. 
iv. Mary Lincoln, b. Dec. 31, 1849; d. Sept. 10, 1852. 
V. Henrietta Gilmore, b. April 30,1853; m. George S. Gregory, 

Oct. 18, 1876; d. July 24, 1881. 
vi. Sarah Lincoln, b. Aug. 11, 1855; m. July 23, 1881. 

497. 

Gad'' Hitchcock (Gad^, Gad^, Gad*, Ehenezer^, Luke^, Luke^) 
son of Dr. Gad and Mary (Thaxter) Hitchcock, was born March 16, 
1820. He married Jan. 26, 1846, Mary Eliza Davis, born March 12, 
1824. He is a ship carpenter living in Yarmouth, Me. 
HIS children were : 
i. Benjamin Thaxter^, b. Dec. 11, 1845; d. July 11, 1846. 
ii. Lincoln Thaxter, b. May 3, 1847; d. Aug. 24, 1848. 
iii. William Stockbridge, b. May 4, 1849 ; d. Sept. 10, 1850. 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 471 

iv. George Angiee, b. July 6, 1851; m. Nov. 17, 1874, Addie S. 
Tolman of Yarmouth Me.; be had children: 1, Lauba 
Elma', b. March 30, 1876 ; 2, Edwix Thomas, b. Nov. 18, 
1879; 3, Florence, b. Oct. 17, 1881. He m. 2d, Mrs. 
Delia Pettis of Scott Township, Iowa, Sept., 1892. 
y. Arthur Lincoln, b. July 17, 1853 ; d. Sept. 14, 1853. 

vi. Matkice Everett, b. June 26, 1855; d. at Yarmouth of con- 
sumption, Oct. 21, 1884. He was a student in Amherst 
College. 

Tii. Maky Lavinia, b. June 14, 1858; m. Sept. 8, 1885, George W. 

Merrill of Pownal, Me. 
viii. Thomas Davis, b. Jan. 5, 1860; m. June 23, 1885, in Iowa 
City, Iowa, Lutie McCory. Child : Jeaxnette McCory', 
b. Sept. 1, 1890. 

ix. Charles Henszf.y, b. Oct. 8, 1864; m. Jan. 24, 1890, Julia B. 
Stanley of Gardiner, Me. 

498. 

Bailey Hall'' Hitchcock {Charles^, Gad^, Gad*, Ehenezer^ , 
Luke^, Luke^) son of Charles and Abigail (Hall) Hitchcock, was 
horn at Hanson, Mass., Apr. 22, 1828. He married at Pembroke, 
Mass., Dec. 6, 1856, Sarah H. Collamore. He was educated at the 
academy in Hanover, Mass., and became a civil engineer at Toledo, 
Ohio. 

his children were : 

i. Isabella', b. May, 1859, at Toledo; d. y. 

ii. Edward Bailey, b. Dec. 19, 1860, at Toledo; is a civil engineer, 
iii. Abby Little, b. Nov. 6, 1862, Toledo; grad. Mich. Univ. 
iv. Prbdekick Collamore, b. Sept. 19, 1864, Toledo; civil engi- 
neer, Ohio Central R. K. office, Toledo. 

499. 

Hesky Jambs'^ Hitchcock (Charles^, Gad°, Gad*, Ebenezer^, 
Liike^, Luke^) son of Charles and Abigail (Hall) Hitchcock, was 
born in Hanson, Mass., Feb. 19, 1834. He married 1st, in Toledo, 
Ohio, Apr., 1856, Sophia Knaggs, was divorced and married 2d, in 
1863, in Texas, Louisa Allen. He died iu Colorado, June 14, 1876. 
He was a civil engineer. 

his children were : 

i. Charles Henry', b. Sept. 29, 1858, at Galesburg, 111. 
ii. Allen Hall, b. Aug., 1873, Pilot Point, Texas. 



513. 


1. 

ii. 




iii. 


514. 


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615. 


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472 DESCENDANTS OF LTJKE HITCHCOCK. BEANCH II. 

500. 

Myeon D.'' Hitchcock {Daniel^, Abner^, Abner^, Ebenezer^, 
Luke^, Luhe^) son of Daniel and Esther (Davis) Hitchcock, was 
born in Marshall, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1804. He married in Scriba, N. Y. 
in 1834, Sarah Wright. He died in Greenfield, Pa., in 1869. He 
was a farmer. His widow died in North East, Pa., in 1877. 
HIS children wbkb : 

Helen", b. Oct. 23, 1835, New Haven, N. Y. 
Charles A., b. Aug. 9, 1837; m. H. M. Edwards. 
Esther C, b. Aug. 12, 1839, Gainesville, N. Y. 
Milton W., b. Oct. 4, 1841; m. Louisa Bogart. 
Newton J., b. Sept. 4, 1843; m. 1st, Ellen Coburn. 
Mary A., b. July 4, 1847, in Wethersfleld, N. Y. ; m. 1863, 
William Addison, Greenfield, Pa. 
vii. Sarah H., b. Feb. 27, 1849, Wethersfleld ; m. 1868, Samuel 

Mitchell, Harbor Creek, Pa. 
viii. Annie C, b. March 20, 1851; m. 1869, William Burnley, Har- 
bor Creek, Pa. 
ix. Alice, b. Sept. 10, 1853 ; m. 1878, James Spofiford, Scriba, N. Y. 
X. Ida, b. Dec. 8, 1855 ; d. 1858, Harbor Creek, Pa. 

501. 

Abner Eeastus'' Hitchcock (Abner^, Abner^, Abner^, Ebenezer^ , 
ZiuTce^, Luke^) son of Abner and Irene (Miller) Hitchcock, was 
born in Marshall, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1814. He married 1st, Azubah 
Wheaton, by whom he had one son who died an infant. He mar- 
ried 2d, 1848, Mary Laugdon of Clarendon, Orleans Co., N. Y. 
He was a farmer and deacon of the Presbyterian church. 

his' children were : 

516. 1. Edward Salmon", b. July 13, 1849 ; m. Alice A. Wilcox. 

ii. Annette Elizabeth, b. July 24, 1852, Bergen, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 
25, 1873, George L. McConnell. 

502. 

MiLANDO Lansing'' Hitchcock {Abner^, Abner^, Abner'^, Ebene- 
zer^, Luke^, Luke^) son of Abner and Irene (Miller) Hitchcock, 
was born in Marshall, N. Y., Apr. 17, 1823. He married in 1848, 
Harriet Lumley, Bergen, N. Y. He is a farmer. 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 473 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

i. Alice Arlette^, b. Aug. 17, 1849, Bergen; m. 1876, Gardner 

Chlsm, Sacramento, Cal. 
ii. Emma Elizabeth, b. April 15, 1851, Bergen; m. Jan. 1, 1879, 

George Yownt, Anamosa, Iowa, 
iii. Abker Edward, b. Oct. 29, 1853, Bergen; m. June, 1882, 

Louisa Lawton of Lucus, Iowa. He grad. Grinnell Coll., 

Iowa and is a lawyer in Mitchell, Dak. 
iv. MIL.4X MiLANDO, b. March 7, 1856, Bergen, N. T. ; grad. at 

Grinnell Coll., Iowa; m. March, 1882, Clara Penniman of 

Jones Co., Iowa and is a real estate agent in Mitchell, Dak. 
V. PbrbertE., b. Aug. 22, 1867, Maqnoketa, Iowa. 

503. 

Morris Strafford'' Hitchcock (Anson^, Solomon^, Ahner^, 
Ebenezer^, Luke^, Lulce''-) son of Anson and Susan (Nye) Hitch- 
cock, was born at Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., June 2, 1828. He 
married, Dec. 15, 1856, at lUyria, Iowa, Catherine Hicks Humphrey, 
horn Dec. 15, 1834, near Falmouth, Eng. He was raised on a farm, 
had common school and academical education, taught school, migrat- 
ed to Clayton Co. , Iowa, engaged and continued in farming until 
Jan. 1, 1880. Since then he has been editor and proprietor of the 
National Advocate, Independence, Iowa. 

HIS children were: 
i. Walter Anson', b. Nov. 6, 185T, near Volga, Clayton Co., la. 
ii. Solomon Carvosso, b. Oct. 22, 1859. 
iii. Elizabeth Isabel, b. Sept. 24, 1861. 
iv. Mary Lillian, b. March 6, 1863. 
V. William Paddeford, b. May 31, 1866. 

vi. Alta Annette, b. Feb. 26, 1878, Buffalo Grove, Buchanan Co., 
Iowa. 

504. 

RuFus Irving'' Hitchcock {WUliam Rich^, Solomon", Abner*, 
Ebenezer^, LuJce^, Luke^) son of William Eich and Elsitha (Mills) 
Hitchcock, was born in 1829. He married Mary A. Gibson of New 
Haven. He entered the army in the 11th Wis. Inf., was at Vicks- 
hurg under Gen. MeClernand, 13th Army Corps, and in many of the 
important battles of the Western Armies. His regiment claims the 
honor of planting the first Union flag on the ramparts of the Spanish 



474 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

fort at Mobile, Ala., Apr. 9, 1865. Sometime in 1865 he was mus- 
tered out a commissary sergeant. Residence, Wisconsin. 

HIS CHILDRKN WBRB : 

i. Edgar'. 
ii. Elsitua. 

(He has six children.) 

505. 

Eev. William Henry'' Hitchcock (William JRich^, Solomon^, 
Abner*, Ehenezer^, Licke^, Luke''-) son of William Rich and Elsitha 
(Mills) Hitchcock, was born in Waterville, N. Y., Jan. 29, 1839. 
He married, Feb. 20, 1867, Susan Maria Easton of Appletou, Wis., 
born in Hertonville, Wis., March 20, 1851, daughter of John and 
Caroline (Brodt) Easton. He entered the army, 6th Regular, Co. 
B, Col. Robert A. Lee, Com. After Antietam in 1862 was thought 
to be dying and was discharged. He recovered and in 1864 enlisted in 
3d Mich. Co. He was discharged in 1867 and entered Ripon Coll- 
ege in 1869. He taaght school four years and in 1872 entered the 
Central Illinois Conference. He is now pastor of the Methodist 
church in Terre Haute, 111. 

his children were: 

i. Edna Evelyn', b, May 5, 1869, Hancock Co., 111. 

ii. Edith Fidelia, b. July 27, 1872, Hancock Co., 111. 

lii. John Henry, b. April 4, 1875, McDonough Co., lU. 

iv. William Arthur, b. July 12, 1877, Hancock Co., 111. 

V. Mary Viola, b. Aug. 20, 1885, Eairview, 111. 

506. 

Gilbert Monell'' Hitchcock {Phineas Warren^, Gad^ , PJiineas* , 
Ebenezer^, Luke^, Luke''-) son of Phineas Warrener and Annie (Mo- 
nell) Hitchcock, was born in Omaha, Neb., fsept. 18, 1859. He 
married, Aug. 30, 1883, Jessie Crounse, of Fort Calhoun, Neb. 
He was admitted to the bar in 1881, went into journalism in 1885, 
and is now editor of the Daily World Herald, Omaha. 

HIS children were : 

i. Margaret', b. May 31, 1884. 
ii. Ruth, b. Sept. 6, 1891. 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 475- 

507. 

Dr. Thomas Baexes'' Hitchcock {David Keyes'^ , HoUis^, Davis*,. 
Peletiah'^, Luke^, Luhe^) son of Daviil Keyes and Abigail Hastings 
(Barnes)JHitchcock, was born at Boston, Mass., June 22, 1839,- 
and died June 24, 1874, of meningitis, the result of overwork. In 
1863 he married Sarah S. Hills of Newton, Mass. He was graduat- 
ed at the Harvard Medical School in 18()0 and soon after adopted 
dentistry as his profession. Early in the war of the Rebellion, he 
was commissioued assistant surgeon of the 42nd Eegiment of Massa- 
chusetts Volunteers, Col. I. S. Burrill, commanding, and for some- 
time, following the capture of the surgeon, in Texas, he performed 
the duties of that ofiBee in New Orleans, and was afterward appoint- 
ed to the staff of G-ea. N. P. Banks. Resuming the work of his 
profession after his return from the war, he became, in 1868, profes- 
sor of dental pathology and therapeutics in the newly established 
Dental School of Harvard University, and in 1872 was also appoint- 
ed its dean. These positions he held until his death. He was very 
actively engaged in special study and experiments during the latter 
years of his life and contributed the results of this labor to the liter- 
ature of his profession. He was a member of the OdontologicaL 
Society of Great Britain, and of the various national, state and local 
dental and medical societies. 

HIS CHILPREX WERE : 

i. Frederick Hills', b. July i, 1867, at Bostou. 
ii. Thomas Barnes, b. Dec. 6, 1873, at Boston. 

508. 

WiLLiAJi James'' Hitchcock {William Parsons^ , William^, Moses'* 
Peletiah^, Luke''', Luke^) son of William Parsons and Jane (Hallet) 
Hitchcock, was born in Lee, N. Y., Apr. 29, 1836. He married iiv 
New York city, July 2, 1859, Elizabeth M. Parmlee. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. Kate L'., b. July 30, 1860, iu New York, 

li. Edwin Terkt, b. Miy 19, 1862, in New York, 

ill. William Jajies, b. Sept. 30, 1868, Oswego, N. Y. 

iv. Fanny Bliss, b. Jau. 5, 1874, Oswego. 



-476 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 



EIGHTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN. 

509. 

Heney H^. Hitchcock {Marshall U ., Bobert^, Luke^, Caleb*, 
Luke^, Luke^, Luke^) son of Marshall L. and Juliana (Converse) 
Hitchcock, was born at Palmer, Mass., Feb. 27, 1841. He married 
in Aug., 1862, Juliet Barnes. He died Dec. 20, 1888. 

his CHILDEBN WEBB : 

1. William Henky', b. June, 1863. 
ii. Annie Belle, b. Sept., 1865 ; m. Geo. Tarbelle. 
iii. Hekbbrt Baxter, b. Nov., 1866; d. Feb. 10, 1889. 

510. 

Heebert Williams^ Hitchcock (Marshall L'^., Robert^, Luke^, 
■Caleb*, Liike^, Luke^, Luke') son of Marshall L. and Juliana 
(Converse) Hitchcock, was born at Palmer, Mass., Sept. 1, 1846. 
He married in Cornish, Me., Jan. 1, 1867, Melinda Cole. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE: 

1. Willie H'., b. Sept. 6, 1870, at Indian Orchard, Mass. 
ii. Ida Juliana, b. May 12, 1872, in Springfield, Mass. ; d. July 
22, 1882, at W. Warren, Mass. 

511. 

De. Edward^ Hitchcock (Dr. Edward'' , P7-es. Edward^ , Justin^ , 
Luke*, Luke^, Luke^, Luke^) son of Dr. Edward and Mary Lewis 
{Judson) Hitchcock, was born in Stratford, Conn., Sept. 1, 1854. 
He married 1st, Dec. 27, 1882, Ida Isabel Bering, born at Youngs- 
A'ille, Warren Co., Pa., Sept. 17, 1857, daughter of J. E. Bering of 
Decatur, 111. She died in Decatur, Dec. 29, 1884. He grad- 
uated at Amherst College in 1878 ; Dartmouth Medical School, 1881 ; 
was Assistant Professor in Amherst College and since Feb., 1884, 
has been Professor of Hygiene in Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 
He married 2d, June 22, 1888, in Ithaca, Sarah Demetria Fuertes, 
daughter of Prof. Estevan A. Fuertes, Dean of the Civil Engineer- 
iing Department of Cornell University. 



FAMILY OF LUKE. 477' 

HIS CHILDREN WEKB : 

i. Edward Bbking', b. Feb. 8, 1884, Amherst, 
ii. Mary Katharine, b. Feb. 5, 1890, in Ithaca, N. Y. 

512. 

Horace* Hitchcock {Harvey Sanderson'', Horace^, Myrick^,. 
Luke^, Luke^, Luke^, Luke^) son of Harvey S. and Clementine 
Thompson, was born Nov. 25, 1836. He married 1st, April 11, 
1860, Mary E. Esselstyn, who died Dec. 22, 1874. He married 2d,. 
Feb. 3, 1876, Susan A. Carrier. Res. Detroit, Mich. 

HIS CHILDREN WERE : 

1. James', b. Aug. 23, 1862. 

ii. Fred H., b. July 9, 1865. 

iii. Mary C, b. Jan. 27, 1874. 

iv. WiLLARD H., b. Feb. 20, 1878. 

513. 

' Charles A* . Hitchcock {Myron D'^., Daniel^, Abner^, Abner*,^ 
Ebenezer^, Luke''', Luke^) s-on of Myron D. and Sarah (Wright) 
Hitehcoc^, was born at New Haven, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1837. He mar- 
ried in 1859, Hannah M. Edwards of Harbor Creek, Pa. He is a 
farmer. The children were all born at Harbor Creek, Pa. 

HIS CHILDKEX WERE : 

i. Alice W., b. May 18, 1861 ; d. Jan. 9, 1863. 

ii. Freddie E., b. Nov. 24, 1863; d. May 29, 1864. 

iii. Emma Ida, b. May 29, 1867 ; d. April 5, 1869. 

Iv. Edward C, b. July 5, 1871. 

V. JosiB L., b. Nov. 16, 1873; d. March 20, 1877. 

514. 

Milton W* . Hitchcock {Myron D"^ ., Daniel^, Abner^, Abner^,. 
Ebenezer^, Luke^, Luke^) son of Myron D. and Sarah (Wright) 
Hitchcock, was born in Gainsville, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1841. He married, 
in Greenfield, Pa., Oct., 1861, Louisa Bogart. 
HIS children were: 
i. Ada B^, b. March 20, 1863, HoUister, Cal. 
ii. Frank, b. 1865, HoUister. 
iii. Myrox E., b. 1868, HoUister. 



•478 DESCENDANTS OF LUKE HITCHCOCK. BRANCH II. 

515. 

Newton J 8. Hitchcock (3f?/ror! D'' ., Daniel^, Abner^, Abner*, 
Ebenezer^, LuJce'^, Luke^) son of Myron D. and Sarah (Wright) 
Hitchcock, was born in Gainesville, N. Y., Sept. 4, 1848. He mar- 
ried 1st, in Wethersfield, Pa. in 1868, Ellen Coburn, who died in 
1874. He married 2d, in North East, Pa., April 17, 1877, Ellen 
-Lewis. 

his childken were : 
i. Charles', b. Oct. 1, 1870, Wethersfield, Pa. ; d. 1872. 
ii. MauyB., b. Sept. 4, 1878, Sycamore, 111. 
iii. Mykon D., b. Nov. 18, 1879, Sycamore, 111. 
iv. James G., b. Feb. 24, 1881, at Sycamore; d. Feb. 29, 1882. 

516. 

Edward Salmon^ Hitchcock (Abner Erastus"' , Abner^, Abner°, 
-Ab7ier^ , Ebenezer^ , Luke^ , Lulce') son of Abner Erastus and Mary 
(Langdon) Hitchcock, was born at Bergen, N. Y., July 13, 1849. 
He married there, Dec. 10, 1879, Alice Adelia Wilcox. He is a 
farmer. 

ins CHILDBEN WERE : 

i. Hattie E.mogene', b. Nov. 12, 1880, at Bergeu; d. there, Sept. 

1, 1881. 
ii. Anna, b. Aug. 25, 1882, Bergen. 



APPENDIX. 



Edwakd Hitchcock, son of : , b. ; m. 1st, as early 

as 1638 since the birth of his first child Mary was recorded in New 
Haven in 1639; m. 2d, May 20, 1656, at Branford, Ct., Frances, 
widow of John Ingland of England, who had died Nov. 30, 1655, 
leaving no children. From Mr. Judd's manuscript, " After the death 
of Edward which occurred probably in the latter part of 1G57, his 
widow married, Sept., 1663, Thomas Johnson, by whom she had one 
son Thomas, b. July 11, 1664. Edward was in New Haven in 1643, 
when he was bapt. by the Rev. John Davenport in right of his wife, 
Dec. 15, 1644." He in company with Luke Hitchcock took the free- 
man's oath July 1 , 1 644. 

From the records of the colony and plantation of New Haven from 
1638 to 1649 : " Edward Hitchcock fined for want of Aim, Jan. 4, 
1643." " Nov. 2, 1642, Ct., ordered that Matthew Hitchcock shall 
either pay 20 s. to Mr. Perry, which he undertooke in the behalf of 
his brother, or else sell so much of his brother's goods as will satisfie 
Ihe said debt." 

HIS CHILDREX WERE : 

i. Maky, b. Feb. 2, 1639; m. Oct. 12, 1G63, Ralph Eussel. Had. 
ill 1679, when she m. 2d, Dec. 29, 1679, .John Potter as bis 
second wife, 
ii. John, b. 1G43. 
iii. Samuel, b. Sept. 22, 1646. 
iv. Joseph, bapt. Jan. 16, 1648; did not share in the distribution 

of his father's estate ; probably d. before his father. 
V. Abigail. 

From Colonial Records of New Haven, 1649-1662. 
" Court held Jan. 4, 1658. Inventory of the estate of Edward 
Hitchcock deceased, taken Nov. 23, 1658, attested by the widow 
Frances. Deacon Miles and John Cooper took oath that the inven- 



480 APPENDIX. 

tory was just, etc. The widow says that something tending to the 
nature of a will was expressed to Matthias Hitchcock and Edward 
Patterson a little before his death." 

" Ct. held April 5, 1659. Frances, widow of Edward Hitchcock, 
with Matthias Hitchcock and Edward Patterson, testify that Edward 
Hitchcock when sick, said he intended to give his wife's kinswoman 
Elizabeth Perry, a childs part. Ct. so ordered." 

" Ct. held May 3, 18.59. John and Samuel, sons of Edward H — 
deceased, propounded for liberty to choose their guardian. John, 
the eldest, nominated Samuel Andrews, but the Court advised him to 
take advise of Deacon Miles and of Ensign Linden and of any other 
of his friends in this matter. Samuel was thought not to be at age, 
therefore the case concerning both of them was respited until another 
time." 

" Ct. held May 11, 1659. On testimony of Frances, widow of 
Edward Hitchcock, as to change in estate, a new inventory was taken^ 
amount £185-1 Os-9d. Deacon Miles appraiser, testified as to cor- 
rectness etc. Property divided among the widow, Frances, John, 
the eldest son, whose share was by his consent committed to Ensign 
Lin don ; Mary, eldest dau., Abigail, whose share was at her desire 
entrusted to Sergeant Munson ; Samuel was not of age to choose 
a guardian, and his share remains under the care of the Court: and 
Elizabeth Perry, a Kinswoman of the widow." 

Oct. 4, 1659 (See Day Book 3). 

" Ct. held Feb. 7, 1659. John Thompson Jr., called to show by 
what right he held Samuel Hitchcock as his servant. John Thomp- 
son confessed he had no indenture but affirmed an agreement between 
his father and himself that Samuel Hitchcock should serve him seven 
years as an apprentice, and that he was to teach him to read and 
write and Arithmetic & he was to go to sea & he to learn him to do 
his labor at sea, & when he had been with him three years he was to 
have liberty of a barrel of freight without charge, which agreement 
(he sd) was witnessed by Mr? Bower and wife. Mr. Bower testified 
that at three years ago Edward Hitchcock and John Thompson came 
to his house and desired him to hear terms of an agreement which he 
could not remember distinctly but etc — He adds practical part of 
navigation to be taught — serve three or four years & then receive 
freight to amount of a barrel in all voyages, E. Hitchcock 40s to put 
him in clothes & his master to keep him in cloths all the time 



A^PENDli. 481 

Samuel Hitchcock said that his father when sick said he was glad he 
had so good a place & that if he died he was to stay seven years. 
Court said the relation was imperfect and asked after John Thomp- 
sons part, who said Samuel Hitchcock could read pretty well & was 
learning to write but denied that he promised to teach the art of 
Navigation but only to do his labor at sea & to coast & rig a vessel. 
Mr. Bower could not remember. The Court declared there was no 
writing & no agreement proved, but that he must expect that he 
being upon a voyage to England, the Court be satisfied that the 
conditions were in a probable way to be fulfilled concerning which 
he is to give account at the next court." (The last sentence is very 
difficult to decipher. ) 

" Ct. held March 6, 1659. (same case) Edward Pattisons testi- 
mony given. Court thinks there might be such an agreement & asks 
John Thompson how he intends to improve the remaining four years 
according to agreement — inasmuch as he himself was bound for 
England. John Thompson replied that he intended to take Samuel 

H with him. Court said that it would not be allowed on another 

man's ship. Court ordered that John Thompson should retain Sam- 
uel Hitchcock until this time twelve month for help of his wife in his 
absence provided the terms &c are carried out." 



David Hitchcock, a possible descendant of Edward of East 
Haven, born in 1704 and died in 1805 ; migrated from Connecticut 
and settled in Sing Sing, "Westchester Co., N. Y., he had eight chil- 
dren, John, Joel, Jeremiah, Samuel, Abraham, Polly, Eachel and 
Betsey. Of these children, John was a Tory and went to Nova 
Scotia where his descendants are still living. Samuel, son of David, 
was born in 1760 and died Oct. 4, 1829. He was a Revolutionary 
pensioner until his death, entering the service in March, 1776 "in 
for and during the war under Capt. Jacob Wright in Ihe 2d New 
York commanded by Col. PhilipVanCortlandt,"and waswithhis reg- 
iment at the battles of Stillwater, Monmouth and Yorktown, where 
he was present at the surrender of Lord Cornwallis. At the close, 
of the war he settled in'Watervleit, now "West Troy, N. Y., where 
he had children: 1, Jeremiah; 2, James; 3, Isaac; 4, Rachel; 5, 
Nicholas ; 6, Joel. 
32 



482 APPENDrk. 

Abraham, son of David, was bom in 1760, perhaps twin with 
Samuel. The two brothers married sisters who came from Holland 
in 1781. He was a Eevolutionary pensioner having "served his 
country as bargeman of the Ferry maintained between Stony and 
Verplanck's Point for the use of the Americanarmy and its friends." 
He remained in Sing Sing where he was born. 

HIS CHILDREN WBKE : 

i. David, b. March 23, 1785. 

ii. Henry, b. March 13, 1789. 

iii. Sally, b. March 23, 1791. 

iv. Kdth, b. July 17, 1793. 

V. Daniel, b. May 21, 1795. 

vi. John, b. Sept. 8, 1796. 

vii. Rachel, b. Sept. 22, 1801. 

viii. Maeia, b. Sept. 22, 1801. 

ix. Smith, b. Aug. 18, 1807. 



Richard Hitchcock*, Saco, 1635, taxed in 1636, £0-10-0 for min- 
ister's rate; sued 1637 by Robert Morgan for slander ; put in stocks 
same year for "abusing the Court;" submitted to Massachusetts 
1652 ; signed petition to Cromwell 1656 ; presented 1668 for opposi- 
tion to Massachusetts government; Selectman of Saco 1656; sued 
1661 by Wm. Phillips for trespass and mulcted in 20 shillings dam- 
ages ; Representative 1660 Iso general court of Massachusetts for 
Saco; taxed 14s. in 1670 ; buried June 22, 1671. In a deposition 
(Mass. Arch, cvi, 195) he states he was aged 60 in 1668, hence born 
in 1608. His wife " Goody " Hitchcock is called so in 1666 in seat- 
ing meeting house. 

Children :— b. 1653-16G4 : 
i. Thomas, d. 1671. 

ii. Jbeusha. 

iii. Lydia. 

iv. Rebecca. 

V. Ann. 

vi. Margaret, m. James Emery. 

*A Eloliard Hitchcock was bound lu £20 to appear in court to answer " aucli things 
as shall he ohjeoted against him." Boston, 5, Aug. 1634, Mass. Col. Eec. i, 123. This 
may he Eicharcl H. of Saco before he moved thither. 



DESCENDANTS OF 



LUKE AND MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK 



BEARING THE NAME OF HITCHCOCK. 



L. following name signifies family of Luke. M. Family of Mattlilas 




BOEN namt; 


NO. PAGE 


BOKN 


NAME 


NO 


PAGE 


1805 A. T>. Nelson, 


M 




162 


1739 


Abigail, 


L 


223 


1715 Aaron, 


L 


16 


215 


1743 


Abigail, 


L 


228 


1743 Aaron, 


L 


43 


221 


1747 


Abigail, 


L 


221 


1756 Aaron, 


L 


74 


231 


1747 


Abigail, 


L 


222 


1759 Aaron, 


M 


265 


130 


1752 


Abigail, 


M 


62 


1759 Aaron, 


L 


64 


227 




Abigail, 


M 


63 


1773 Aaron, 


L 




242 


1756 


Abigail, 


M 


57 


1785 Aaron, 


L 


122 


247 




Abigail, 


M 


58 


1786 Aaron, 


M 


133 


67 


1756 Abigail, 


M 


61 


1791 Aaron, 


L 


161 


256 


1758 


Abigail, 


M 


127 


1815 Aaron, 


L 


252 


286 


1758 


Abigail, 


L 


413 


1786 Aaron Alfred, 


M 309 


145 


1759 


Abigail, 


M 


13 


1804 Aaron Charles, 


L 


153 


254 


1762 


Abigail, 


M 


15 


1823 Aaron Charles, 


• L 




307 


1762 


Abigail, 


M 


130 


1823 Aaron Ely, 


L 




319 


1763 


Abigail, 


L 


242 


1852 Abbey Thompson, 


M 




33 


1765 


Abigail, 


L 


232 


1875 Abbie Coolidge, 


L 




460 


1769 


Abigail, 


M 


69 


1854 Abbie E., 


L 




328 


1773 


Abigail, 


M 


74 


1848 Abbott Lawrence, 


L 




460 


1773 


Abigail, 


M 


134 


1796 Abby, 


L 




276 


1783 


Abigail, 


M 


133 


1854 Abby, 


L 




462 


1783 


Abigail, 


L 


240 


1829 Abby E., 


L 




305 


1784 


Abigail, 


M 


138 


1862 Abby Little, 


L 




471 


1784 


Abigail, 


L 


430 


1751 Abel, 


M 




9 


1790 


Abigail, 


M 


145 


1779 Abel, 


L 




253 


1794 


Abigail, 


M 


19 


1797 Abel, 


L 


152 254 


1796 


Abigail, 


L 


258 


1811 Abel, 


L 




290 


1797 Abigail, 


M 


26 


1715 Abiah, 


M 




53 


1800 


Abigail, 


M 


20 


Abiah, 


M 




59 


1801 


Abigail, 


L 


257 


1760 Abiah, 


M 




61 




Abigail, 


M 


78 


1674 Abigail, 


M 218 


118 


1813 


Abigail, 


M 


15 


1703 Abigail, 


L 




213 


1814 


Abigail, 


L 


290 


1718 Abigail, 


L 




218 


1816 


Abigail, 


L 


299 


1722 Abigail, 


M 




53 


1817 AbigaU, 


L 


456 


1728 Abigail, 


M 




124 


1835 


Abigail, 


L 


298 


1732 Abigail, 


L 




217 


1860 


Abigail, 


M 88 50 


1734 Abigail, 


M 




55 


1843 


Abigail Caroline, 


L 


233 



484 



INDEX. 



BORN NAME 




NO. 


p. 


BOKN NAME 




NO. 1'. 


1818 Abigail Eliza, 


M 




144 


1843 Adelaide A., 


M 


189 


1802 Abigail Hall, 


M 




146 


1844 Adelaide Phylora, 


M 


96 


1843 Abigail Jane, 


M 




39 


1860 Adelbert, 


M 


194 


1767 Abigail King, 


L 




253 


1846 AdellaA., 


L 


450 


1795 Abigail King, 


L 




431 


1840 Adelia Maria, 


L 


233 


1866 Abigail L., 


L 




403 


1802 Adeline, 


M 


18 


1830 Abigail Little, 


L 




454 


Adeline, 


L 


283 


1840 Abigail Lucy, 


L 




459 


1836 Adeline Athilred, 


M 


95 


1866 Abigail M., 


M 




46 


1833 Adeline Louise, 


M 


30 


1800 Abigail Mary Ann, 


M 




149 


Adeline Marietta, 


M 


164 


1804 Abigail Partbena, 


L 




436 


1832 Adliza, 


M 


89 


1831 Abigail Parthena, 


L 




457 


1803 Adolphus F., 


L 239 282 


1815 Abigail Sarah, 


M 


324 


154 


Agnes, 


M 


113 


1811 Abigail Wood, 


L 




439 


1860 Agues, 


L 


384 


1759 Abijab, 


L 




226 


1846 Agnes B., 


L 


374 


1810 Abijab Moore, 


L 




302 


Agnes Dubois, 


M 


185 


1787 Abishai, 


M 




146 


1821 Alanson S., 


L 


270 


1721 Abner, 


L 408 411 


1808 Albert, 


M 312 146 


1742-8 Abner, 


L 


39 


220 


1812 Albert, 


M 


148 


1748 Abner, 


M 




125 


1830 Albert, 


M 364 173 


1750 Abner, 


L 


429 


418 


Albert, 


L 


369 


1758 Abner, 


L 




228 


1848 Albert, 


L 


459 


1776 Abner, 


M 




16 


1856 Albert, 


M 


107 


1777 Abner, 


M 


281 


136 


1827 Albert A., 


L 


207 269 


1780 Abner, 


L 




258 


1870 Albert Clark, 


M 


200 


1781 Abner, 


L 464 


435 


1846 Albert D., 


M 


76 36 


1795 Abner, 


L 


256 


288 


1883 Albert Emerson, 


M 


201 


1806 Abner, 


L 




299 


1848 Albert J., 


L 


383 


1812 Abner, 


L 


229 


278 


1862 Albert J., 


L 


834 


1804 Abner D., 


M 831 


155 


1877 Albert L., 


M 


46 


1826 Abner Dwigbt, 


L 


377 


351 


1839 Albert Leander, 


M 


197 89 


1853 Abner E., 


L 




473 


1864 Albert M., 


M 


46 


1814 Abner Erastus, 


L 


501 


456 


1865 Albert Spear, 


M 


111 


1869 Abner Millard F., 


L 




339 


1844 Albert T., 


M 


99 


1779 Abner Phillips, 


L 


433 


420 


1861 Albert W., 


L 


361 


1851 Abner Phillips, 


L 




458 


1874 Albert White, 


L 


468 


1829 Abraham Earr, 


L 302 


306 


1843 Albert Williams, 


M 


386 191 


1749 Achsah, 


L 




222 


1863 Albion Francis, 


L 


335 


1773 Achsah, 


L 




423 


1865 Albon George, 


L 


892 


1782 Achsah, 


L 




254 


1861 Albon Harmon, 


L 


282 


1844 Achsah S., 


L 




366 


1810 Alden, 


L 


438 


1863 AdaB., 


L 




477 


1790 Alexander, 


L 


247 


1851 Ada E., 


L 




330 


1817 Alexander, 


L 253 286 


1878 AdaE., 


M 




185 


Alexander, 


L 


363 343 


1856 Ada E., 


L 




377 


Alexander, 


L 


394 


1863 AdaH., 


M 




188 


1830 Alexander Buel, 


L 245 285 


1879 Ada M., 


M 




115 


1864 Alexander P., 


L 


287 


1849 Ada Maria, 


M 




107 


1823 Alexander H., 


L 240 283 


1882 Ada May, 


M 




200 


1818 Alexander Mann, 


M 


28 


1788 Adah, 


M 




148 


1821 Alexander Vietts, 


M 


87 


1808 Adallne, 


L 




278 


1784 Alfred, 


M 156 76 


Adallne, 


L 




320 


1796 Alfred, 


L 


265 


1829 Adam C, 


L 




268 


Alfred, 


M 


138 


Addison, 


M 




'64 


1797 Alfred, 


M 


139 


1835 Adelaide, 


L 




381 


Alfred, 


M 


159 


1837 Adelaide, 


L 




442 


1801 Alfred, 


L 257 288 


1842 Adelaide A., 


M 




183 


1806 Alfred, 


I, 298 804 



DESCENDANTS OF lUKE AND MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. 



485 



BOKN SASIE 


KO. 


p. 


BORN NAME 




NO. P. 


1814 Alfred, 


L 274 


296 


1822 Almira Willoughby, 


L 243 284 


1827 Alfred, 


L 


281 


1804 Almon, 


M 


166 79 


1834 Alfred, 


L 


369 


1838 Almon Baldwin, 


M 


203 95 


1826 Alfred A Weeks, 


M 


28 


1815 Almon Dunbar, 


M 


26 


1835 Alfred Clark, 


M 336 


158 


1869 Almon Wade, 


M 


112 


Alfred Dudley, 


M 


184 


1806 AloDzo, 


M 


77 


1874 Alfred Dwight, 


M 


190 


Alonzo, 


M 


163 


1862 Alfred E., 


L 


330 


1812 Alonzo, 


L 


314 


1818 Alfred F., 


L 


283 


1814 Alonzo, 


L 


275 


1868 Alfred Marshall, 


L 


371 


1855 Alonzo Elbert, 


L 


273 


1841 Alfred Owen, 


L 


360 


1769 Alpheus, 


L 


413 


1824 Alfred Wells, 


L 


276 


1796 Alric B., 




245 


1844 Alfreda Ann, 


L 


324 


1878 Alta Annette 


L 


473 


Alice, 


M 


173 


1773 Alured, 


L 


130 248 


Alice, 


M 


161 


1805 Alured Boyden, 


L 


292 


1853 Alice, 


L 


472 


1798 Alvah, 


L 


265 


1867 Alice, 


M 


49 


1807 Alvah, 


M 


319 148 


1874 Alice, 


L 


333 


1852 Alyah A., 


L 


395 372 


1849 Alice A., 


L 


371 


1837 Alvan Chipman, 


L 


341 


1861 Alice A., 


L 


469 


1821 Alvan Cross, 


L 


219 274 


1849 Alice Arlette, 


L 


473 


Alvin, 


L 


185 263 


1871 Alice Cecelia, 


M 


195 


Alvin, 


L 


320 


1872 Alice Chloe, 


M 


104 


1818 Alvin, 


L 376 350 


1880 Alice Ellen, 


M 


202 


1868 Alvin E., 


L 


384 


1866 Alice Howard, 


M 


103 


1879 Alvin Jesse, 


L 


397 


1854 Alice J., 


L 


385 


1836 Alvin W., 


h 


338 


1861 Alice Jane, 


L 


465 


1854 Alvirus Nelson, 


L 360 340 


1838 Alice K., 


L 


374 


Alvisa Eliza, 


L 


423 


1890 Alice M., 


M 


111 


1790 Amanda, 


L 


263 


1883 Alice Mary, 


M 


201 


1808 Amanda, 


M 


15 


1867 Alice Roxana, 


L 


396 


1818 Amanda, 


M 


22 


1862 Alice Wilmina, 


L. 


403 


1824 Amanda M., 


L 


376 


1873 AUeine Lee, 


L 


469 


1832 Amarett, 


M 


35 


Allen, 


M 


161 


1762 Amariah, 


M 


13 


1814 Allen B., 


M 50 


21 


1816 Amariah, 


M 


47 20 


1821 Allen N., 


M 


167 


Amariah, 


M 


32 


1808 Allen Eaton, 


L 


291 


1769 Amarilla, 


M 


129 


1873 Allen Hall, 


L 


471 


1789 Amarilla, 


M 


140 


Allen Wood, 


L 


336 


1739 Amasa, 


M 


242 125 


Alma, 


M 


20 


1760 Amasa, 


L 


228 


1810 Alma Diana, 


L 


456 


1768 Amasa, 


M 271 134 


1843 Alma Emily, 


M 


95 


Amasa, 


M 


72 


1871 Alma Ethel, 


L 


393 


1779 Amasa, 


L 


258 


1786 Almeda, 


L 


248 


1798 Amborilda, 


L 


263 


1803 Almeda, 


L 


290 


1764 Ambrose, 


M 


126 66 


1883 Almeda E., 


M 


45 


1767 Ambrose, 


L 432 418 


1835 Aimer B., 


M 


101 


1813 Ambrose Newton, 


L 


299 


1765 Almira, 


L 


244 


1801 Amelia, 


M 


89 


1797 Almira, 


M 


70 


Amelia, 


M 


163 


1797 Almira, 


L 


288 


1820 Amelia, 


L 


337 


1800 Almira, 


L 


259 


1822 Amelia, 


M 


89 


1804 Almira, 


L 


437 


1812 Amelia Charlotte, 


M 


91 


1810 Almira, 


L 


301 


1836 Amelia Maria, 


M 


157 


1820 Almira, 


L 


298 


1839 Amelia Maria, 


M 


158 


1859 Almira Adams, 


L 


394 1829 Amelia 0., 


L 


269 


1827 Almira E., 


L 


270 1852 Amelia Swift, 


M 


100 


1821 Almira Montague, 


M 


24 


1811 Amenta, 


L 


257 



486 






INDEX. 






BOEN NAME 




NO. 


P. 


BORN NAME 


NO. 


p. 


1822 Ameron John, 


L 




311 


1785 Anna, 


M 


139 


1803 Amlnta, 


M 




140 


1796 Anna, 


L 


256 


1815 Amory, 


L 


372 


350 


1799 Anna, 


M 


13T 


1724 Amos, 


M 


101 


53 


Anna, 


M 


101 


1738 Amos, 


M 


107 


55 


1803 Anna, 


L 


288 


1740 Amos, 


M 


233 


122 


1814 Anna, 


L 


298 


1762 Amos, 


M 


119 


61 


1836 Anna, 


L 


341 


1771 Amos, 


M 


13 


10 


1840 Anna C, 


L 


451 


Amos, 


M 




11 


1857 Anna Charlotte, 


L 


451 


1772 Amos, 


M 




129 


1828 Anna Galpin, 


M 


161 


1784 Amos, 


L 


149 


254 


1850 Anna Jane, 


M 


107 


1786 Amos, 


M 


147 


72 


1842 Anna Lena, 


L 


375 


Amos, 


M 




73 


1874 Anna Lois, 


M 


200 


1791 Amos, 


M 


27 


14 


1818 Anna Luaria, 


L 


437 


1794 Amos, 


M 




140 


1853 Anna M., 


L 


357 


1801 Amos, 


M 


159 


77 


1844 Anna Mary. 


L 


391 


1803 Amos, 


M 


61 


26 


1810 Anna Matilda, 


M 


159 


1807 Amos, 


M 




15 


1878 Anna P., 


L 


405 


1818 Amos, 


L 




299 


1868 Annabel, 


M 


174 


1843 Amos, 


M 




23 


1824 Annah Phylora, 


M 


94 


1871 Amos, 


M 




111 


1736 Anne, 


M 


53 


1845 Amos A., 


L 




349 


1779 Anne, 


M 


75 


1867 Amos A.. 


M 




37 


Anne, 


L 


282 


1798 Amos Gift, 


M 




138 


1850 Anne Howard, 


M 


42 


1838 Amos H., 


M 


200 


93 


1852 Annette E., 


L 


472 


Amy, 


M 




10 


18^40 Annette 0., 


L 


458 


1807 Amy, 


M 




162 


1842 Annette R., 


L 


362 


1819 Amy Hull, 


M 




160 


1865 Annie Belle, 


L 


476 


1852 Andrew Earl, 


L 




385 


1851 Annie C, 


L 


472 


1848 Andrew F., 


M 




108 


1856 Annie E., 


L 


370 


1819 Andrew Hull, 


M 




168 


1855 Annie L., 


L 


338 


1819 Andrew J., 


L 


218 


273 


1866 Annie M., 


L 


386 


1779 Andrew Law, 


M 


288 


138 


Annie M., 


M 


185 


1822 Angelina, 


L 




321 


1864 Annie S., 


M 


116 


1834 Angellne, 


L 




377 


Annie Stella, 


M 


73 


1832 Angelina Ellen, 


L 




311 


1766 Annis, 


L 


242 


1844 Angeline M., 


M 




184 


1808 Annis B., 


L 


290- 


1883 Angeline M., 


M 




115 


1765 Annise, 


L 


248 


1873 Anita Taylor, 


M 




186 


1820 Annjeannette Baker, 


L 


270 


1739 Ann, 


M 




10 


1870 Annjeannette Maud, 


L 


270 


1833 Ann, 


M 




26 


1796 Anson, 


L 


431 


1875 Ann, 


L 




358 


1797 Anson, 


L 466 436 


1833 Ann Blanchard, 


L 




453 


Anson, 


M 


159 


1850 Ann Cynthia, 


M 




179 


Anson, 


L 


319 


1839 Ann Eliza, 


M 




109 


Anson, 


L 


451 


1844 Ann Eliza, 


L 




323 


1809 Anson, 


L 


427 


1843 Ann Elizabeth, 


L 




442 


1820 Anson Newell, 


M 347 


165 


1801 Ann Griswold, 


M 




28 


1791 Antrim, 


M 


143 


1847 Ann J., 


L 




363 


1759 ApoUos 


L 51 


224 


1830 AnnK., 


L 




299 


1797 ApoUos, 


L 124 


247 


Ann Louisa, 


M 




64 


1844 ApoUos, 


L 


287 


1717 Anna, 


L 




411 


1860 ApoUos King, 


L 


287 


1746 Anna, 


M 




56 


1853 ApoUos N., 


L 


348 


1759 Anna, 


L 




418 


1781 Arad, 


L 173 


260 


1768 Anna, 


M 




16 


Arad, 


L 


314 


1775 Anna, 


M 




74 


1869 Arad, 


L 


404 


1775 Anna, 


M 313 


146 


1811 Arad Hunt, 


L 286 300 



bESCENDANTS OP "LUK^ AND MATTHIAS HlTCHCCiOK. 



487 



BORN NAME 




NO. 


p. 


BORN NAME 




NO. p. 


178a Aretus M., 


L 


118 


245 


1806 Augustus, 


M 311 146 


1790 Arlando, 


L 


176 


261 


1800 Augustus Bliss, 


L 


297 304 


1781 Artemas, 


L 


145 


254 


Augustus Cook, 


M 


76 


17'J9 Artemas, 


L 


317 


313 


1866 Augustus L., 


L 


333 


1828 Artemas, 


L 




377 


1829 Augusta Marietta, 


L 


274 


1835 Artemas, 


L 




376 


1849 Augustus Rice, 


M 


366 174 


1751 Arthur, 


L 


32 


219 


1827 Augustus StebWns, 


L 


213 272 


Arthur, 


L 




346 


1841 Augustus W., 


L 


330 


178S Arthur, 


L 




237 


1813 Aurelia, 


L 


290 


1818 Artimr, 


L 




376 


1821 Aurelia, 


M 


81 


1833 Arthur, 


L 


208 


270 


1800 Aurelius Godfrey' 


L 


225 276 


1841 Arthur, 


M 




101 


1820 Austin Bidwell, 


M 


350 165 


Arthur B., 


L 




373 


1810 Avery, 


M 


78 


1854 Arthur. Brainard, 


L 




373 


1748 Azubah, 


L 


231 


18fi9 Arthur Charles, 


L 




392 


1782 Azubah, 


L 


256 


1865 Arthur E., 


L 




383 


1817 Azubah, 


L 


306 


18G6 Arthur E., 


L 




330 


1828 Bailey Hall, 


L 


498 454 


1874 Arthur Elton, 


M 




201 


1790 Baralj, 


M 


129 


1853 Arthur Gordon, 


L 




327 


1836 Barlow, 


M 


31 


1851 Arthur L., 


M 




93 


1785 Barnabas, 


L 


120 246 


1870 Arthur W., 


M 




116 


1816 Barnabas, 


L 


249 286 


1842 Arvilla, 


L 




449 


1769 Barzillai Dean. 


L 


112 244 


1755 Asa, 


M 


264 


130 


Bathsheba, 


L 


22G 


1768 Asa, 


M 


23 


13 


1764 Bathsheba, 


L 


227 


Asa, 


L 




229 


1870 Beatrice, 


M 


48 


1782 Asa, 


L 




253 


1811 Beaumond, 


L 


313 


Asa, 


M 




14 


1883 BeccaT., 


L 


384 


1800 Asa, 


L 


259 


289 


1767 Beda, 


M 


69 


1838 Asa Morse, 


L 




352 


1806 Bede, 


M 


173 80 


1832 AsaN., 


L 




298 


Beede, 


M 


64 


1871 Asa Webster, 


M 




110 


1812 Beecher, 


M 


162 


1740 Asahel, 


L 


47 


221 


1719 Bela, 


M 238 124 


1743 Asahel, 


M 


248 


126 


Bela, 


L 


310 


Asahel, 


M 




66 


1750 Bela, 


M 


203 131 


1765 Asahel, 


M 




66 


1811 Bela Thaxter, 


L 


453 


1779 Asahel, 


L 




233 


1811 Belenta, 


L 


257 


1779 Asahel, 


L 




248 


1799. Belinda, 


M 


77 


1805 Asahel, 


L 




283 


1788 Belvidera, 


L 


245 


1784 Asenath, 


L 




236 


1766 Benajah, 


M 


127 


1786 Asenath, 


L 




253 


1824 Beuajah, 


M 


160 


1803 Asenath, 


M 




20 


1696 Benjamin, 


M 


225 119 


1806 Asenath, 


L 




266 


1715 Benjamin, 


M 


95 51 


1819 Asenath, 


L 




298 


1724 Benjamin, 


M 239 124 


1823 Asenath, 


L 




318 


1730 Benjamin, 


L 


218 


1820 Asenath Moody, 


L 




450 


1733 Benjamin, 


M 


122 


1784 Asher, 


L 


181 


262 


17A2 Benjamin, 


M 


267 132 


1849 Asher H., 


L 




382 


1760 Benjamin, 


M 


111 57 


Ashland, 


L 




314 


1764 Benjamin, 


M 


15 


1880 Attie Irena, 


L 




375 


1780 Benjamin, 


M 


296 141 


Augusta, 


L 




369 


Benjamin, 


M 


22 


1826 Augusta, 


L 




450 


1801 Benjamin, 


M 


145 71 


1871 Augusta E., 


L 




404 


1810 Benjamin, 


M 


162 


1842 Augusta A., 


L 




366 


1826 Benjamin, 


M 


187 86 


Augusta J., 


M 




82 


1876 Benjamin C, 


M 


202 


1857 Augusta Pamelia, 


M 




106 


Benjamin E., 


M 


32 


1793 Augustus, 


L 


92 


238 


1837 Benjamin F., 


L 366 348 


1797 Augustus, 


M 




147 


1872 Benjamin F., 


L 


396 



488 



iijDES. 



BORN NAME 




NO. J?. 


BOKN NAME 




NO. t. 


1791 Benjamin Truman, 


M 


315 146 


1760 Caleb, 


M 


270 132 


1806 Benjamin Eoyce, 


M 


138 70 


1776 Caleb, 


L 


103 240 


1826 Benjamin Lincoln, 


L 


453 


1779 Caleb, 


L 


147 254 


1802 Benjamin Eush, 


L 


279 


1780 Caleb, 


M 


135 69 


1864 Bertha, 


M 


49 


1782 Caleb, 


L 


442 425 


1873 Bertha Caroline, 


L 


333 


1793 Caleb, 


M 


148 


1879 Bertha L., 


M 


202 


1798 Caleb7 


L 


258 289 


1875 Bertha S., 


L 


401 


1839 Caleb B., 


L 


352 


1865 Bessie Candy, 


M 


202 


1825 Caleb E., 


L 


303 


1883 Bessie Gilmore, 


L 


463 


1812 Caleb Strong, 


L 477 440 


1860 Bessie Hawley, 


M 


42 


1816 CalistaA., 


M 


157 


1878 Bessie Mahala, 


L 


404 


1785 Calvin, 


M 


129 66 


1784 Bethiah, 


M 


74 


1787 Calvin, 


L 


156 255 


Bethael, 


L 


187 263 


1795 Calvin, 


L 465 436 


Bethuel, 


L 


319 


1810 Calvin, 


L 


299 


1762 Bethuel, 


L 


77 232 


1815 Calvin, 


L 


302 


1775 Betsey, 


L 


260 


1817 Calvin, 


L 375 350 


1779 Betsey, 


M 


139 


1760 Candace, 


M 


66 


1780 Betsey, 


L 


255 


1805 Carlo E., 


L 


437 


1786 Betsey, 


L 


433 


1820 Carlos A., 


M 


77 39 


1788 Betsey, 


L 


238 


1860 Carlos Frederick, 


M 


46 


1794 Betsey, 


L 


276 


1845 Carlton C, 


M 


93 


Betsey, 


M 


75 


Caroline, 


L 


377 


Betsey, 


M 


171 


1801 Caroline, 


L 


283 


Betsey, 


M 


67 


1805 Caroline, 


L 


438 


1804 Betsey, 


M 


70 


1814 Caroline, 


L 


280 


1812 Betsey, 


M 


75 


1821 Caroline, 


L 


317 


1822 Betsey, 


L 


298 


1823 Caroline, 


M 


172 


1821 Betsey A., 


L 


448 


1825 Caroline, 


L 


274 


1788 Betsey Lodema, 


M 


145 


1832 Caroline, 


L 


448 


1795 Betsey Maria, 


L 


117 245 


1840 Caroline, 


L 


891 


1765 Betty, 


L 


242 


1858 Caroline, 


M 


42 


1775 Betty, 


li 


243 


Caroline, 


M 


31 


1788 Betty, 


M 


16 


Caroline, 


M 


43 


1754 Betty Hill, 


M 


127 


Caroline, 


M 


82 


1770 Beulah, 


M 


66 


Caroline, 


M 


161 


1792 Beulah, 


M 


147 


Caroline, 


M 


191 


1879 Birdie Blanche, 


L 


393 


1824 Caroline A., 


M 


21 


1838 Birdsall IngersoU, 


L 


341 


1883 Oaroline a. S., 


M 


114 


1881 Blanche E., 


L 


405 


1814 Caroline E., 


L 


337 


1815 Bliss D., 


L 311 308 


1846 Caroline E., 


L 


370 


1860 Bradford W., 


L 


329 


1820 Caroline Elizabeth, 


M 


29 


Brampton, 


M 


126 


1857 Caroline J., 


L 


468 


1763 Buel, 


L 


49 221 


1825 Caroline Loraine, 


L 


293 


1832 BuelT., 


L 


285 


1826 Caroline MeUnda, 


L 


336 


1852 Burdett, 


M 


189 


1796 Caroline P., 


L 


251 


1809 Burritt, 


M 


193 87 


1828 Caroline Pamelia, 


L 


272 


1870 Burritt C, 


M 


202 


1822 Caroline Terheun, 


M 


28 


1857 Burt, 


M 


94 


1837 Caroline W., 


L 


373 


Bnrt De Wolf, 


L 


318 


Carrie, 


M 


116 


1862 Burt Gordon, 


M 


201 


Carrie, 


L 


353 


1847 Calantha Maria, 


M 


96 


1840 Carrie A., 


L 


289 


1712 Caleb, 


M 


94 51 


1861 Carrie E., 


M 


188 


1721 Caleb, 


L 403 410| 


1870 Carrie E., 


M 


37 


1736-7 Caleb, 


L 


38 220 


1853 Carrie L., 


M 


93 


1738 Caleb, 


L 414 412| 


1875 Carrie May, 


L 


397 


1749 Caleb, 


M 


57 


1846 Carrie Rocelia, 


M 


108 



DESCENDANTS OP LUKE AND MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. 



489 



BOKN NAME 




NO. 


p. 


BOEN NAME 


NO. 


p. 


1869 Carroll Caleb, 


L 




352 


1817 Charles Alfred, 


M 358 


168 


1851 Cassias M., 


M 


380 


184 


1826 Charles Alfred, 


M 


91 


1750 Cate, 


L 




228 


1824 Charles Atwater, 


M 


168 


Catherine, 


M 




75 


1829 Charles Augustus, 


M 


108 


Catherine, 


L 




265 


1870 Charles Bidwell, 


L 


404 


1783 Catherine, 


L 458 


433 


1847 Charles Brigham, 


L 


370 


1787 Catherine, 


L 




246 


1817 Charles Bishop, 


L 349 


336 


Catharine, 


L 




446 


1852 Charles Bradley, 


L 


366 


1830 Catherine, 


L 




337 


1863 Cliarles Bruce, 


L 


463 


1830 Catherine, 


L 




454 


1862 Charles C, 


L 


370 


1824 Catherine A., 


L 




292 


1846 Charles Calvin, 


L 


399 


1847 Catherine A., 


L 




362 


1844 Charles Cook, 


M 


179 


1881 Catherine Eliza, 


L 




376 


1852 Charles D., 


L 


367 


1858 Catherine H., 


L 




373 


1875 Charles Delano, 


M 


197 


1818 Catherine Kelton, 


L 




270 


1860 Charles E., 


L 


383 


1892 Celestine, 


M 




29 


1846 Charles E., 


L 


339 


1840 Cella Elvira, 


M 




95 


1877 Charles E., 


M 


202 


1845 CeUa B., 


L 




461 


1847 Charles Edgar, 


L 


380 


1811 Cementa, 


L 




257 


1850 Charles Edward, 


L 


389 


1802 Cena, 


L 




425 


1859 Charles Edward, 


M 


177 


Center, 


M 




29 


Charles Edward, 


M 


184 


1775 Chapman, 


M 


32 


16 


1822 Charles Edwin, 


L 476 440 


Chapman, 


M 




38 


1844 Charles Edwin, 


M 


104 


1781 Charissa, 


L 




429 


1867 Charles Edwin, 


L 


397 


1796 Charity, 


M 




75 


1831 Charles Foster, 


L 378 


351 


1747 Charles, 


L 


421 


413 


1862 Charles Franklin, 


L 


395 


1771 Charles, 


L 




240 


1886 Charles Freeman, 


L 215 


272 


1785 Charles, 


L 447 


429 


1820 Charles H., 


L 


434 


1794 Charles, 


L 


461 


434 


1849 Charles H., 


L 


346 


1799 Charles, 


M 




14 


1873 Charley H., 


L 


335 


1808 Charles, 


L 




286 


1874 Charles H., 


M 


110 


1818 Charles, 


M 


185 


85 


1874 Charles H., 


M 


200 


1822 Charles, 


M 


62 


26 


1836 Charles Henry, 


L 491 


446 


1823 Cliarles, 


M 


176 


82 


1857 Charles Henry, 


L 


387 


1826 Charles, 


L 




319 


1858 Charles Henry, 


L 


471 


1827 Charles, 


L 




454 


1869 Charles Henry, 


L 


327 


1836 Charles, 


L 




369 


1864 Charles Henszey, 


L 


471 


1847 Charles, 


M 


72 


33 


1839 Charles Hiram, 


M 


23 


1848 Charles, 


M 


207 


98 


1850 Charles Hoi lis. 


L 


461 


1849 Charles, 


L 




462 


1847 Charles Hudson, 


M 


157 


— Charles, 


L 




346 


1819 Charles IngersoU, 


L 235 


281 


1855 Charles, 


L 




368 


1870 Charles L., 


M 


46 


1855 Charles, 


L 




386 


1847 Charles Lester, 


I> 


391 


1866 Charles, 


M 




43 1798 Charles Lockwood, 


L 


245 


Charles, 


L 




4541832 Charles M., 


M 


32 


1870 Charles, 


L 




478 


1816 Charles Merrick, 


L 494 


450 


1877 Charles, 


M 




44 


1843 Charles Merrick, 


L 


470 


1881 Charles, 


M 




114 


1845 Charles N., 


M 


191 


Charles, 


M 




115 


1859 Charles N., 


L 


468 


1827 Charles A., 


M 


78 


39 


1844 Charles 0., 


L 


289 


1837 Charles A., 


L 


513 


472 


1880 Charles Oscar, 


L 


392 


1847 Charles A., 


L 




349 


1853 Charles P., 


L 


363 


1861 Charles A., 


L 




341 


1845 Charles Parsons, 


M 


188 


1861 Charles A., 


L 




368 


1798 Charles Phelps, 


L 


439 


1862 Charles A., 


M 




45 


1816 Charles R., 


M 


21 


1843 Charles Aaron, 


L 


370 


349 


1840 Charles Reuben, 


L 


367 


1842 Charles Albon, 


L 




341 


1867 Charles Reuben, 


M 


197 



33 



49U 






Index. 








EOKN NAME 




NO. 


p. 


BOEN 


NAME 


NO. 


t. 


Charles Richard, 


M 




115 


1853 


Clara Maria, 


M 


177 


1805 Charles RoUin, 


L 227 278 


1816 Clara Munda, 


L 


438 


1862 Charles Russell, 


L 




287 


1858 


ClarabelleC, 


L 


366 


1840 Charles Schuyler, 


L 




338 


1863 


Clarence, 


L 


384 


1852 Charles Stewart, 


M 




36 


1848 


Clarence Eugene, 


L 


399 


18i9 Charles Storer, 


M 


208 


103 


1880 


Clarence S., 


M 


111 


1829 Charles W., 


L 


478 


441 


1767 


Clarina, 


M 


127 


1858 Dr. Charles W., 


L 




361 




Clarissa, 


M 


27 


1865 Charles W., 


L 




384 


1793 


Clarissa, 


L 


276 


1871 Charles Wilcox, 


M 




196 


1796 


Clarissa, 


L 


266 


1762 Charlotte, 


M 




66 


1795 


Clarissa. 


M 


139 


1765 Charlotte, 


M 




138 


1834 


Clarissa, 


L 


449 


Charlotte, 


M 




93 


1808 


Clarissa Cook, 


M 


167 


1811 Charlotte, 


M 




20 


1763 


Clarissa Harlow, 


M 


64 


1813 Charlotte, 


M 




26 


1815 


Clarissa Meliiida, 


L 


278 


1823 Charlotte, 


M 




31 




Clark, 


M 


21 


1847 Charlotte A., 


M 




189 


1789 


Clark, 


M ISO 


74 


1825 Charlotte Amelia 


L' 




272 


1821 


Clark, , 


L 314 


309 


1863 Charlotte DePorrest 


M 




48 


1829 


Clark, 


M 


89 


1840 Charlotte E., 


M 




94 


1770 


Clary, 


L 


418 


1849 Charlotte Estclle, 


M 




188 


1815 


Cleraanda, 


L 


455 


1830 Charlotte Fowler, 


M 


349 


165 


1844 


Clementine J., 


L 


332 


1862 Charlotte L., 


L 




333 


1858 


Cleodora C, 


L 


398 


1874 Charlotte M., 


L 




401 


1852 


Clifford W., 


M 


191 


1821 Charlotte N., 


L 




350 


1826 


Climena, 


L 


350 


1863 Charlotte Smith, 


L 




387 


1826 


Clinton, 


M 65 


29 


1829 Charlotte W., 


M 




93 


1832 


Clinton, 


M 


98 


Cbauncey, 


M 




14 


1855 


Clara Maria, 


L 


324 


1763 Chauncev, 


L 424 


413 


1843 Clorinda, 


L 


365 


1781 Chauncey, 


M 


291 


139 


1854 


Clorindii Hays, 


M 


174 


1794 Chauncey, 


L 451 


431 


1821 


Coleman, 


L 299 304 


1815 Cherry A., 


L 




437 


1767 


Collins, 


L 113 


244 


Chester, 


L 




314 




Comfort, 


M 


53 


Chester, 


L 




321 


1742 


Comfort, 


M 


56 


1810 Chester, 


L 


250 


286 


1779 


Comfort, 


L 


243. 


1861 Chester, 


M 




43 


1825 


Consider B., 


L 343 324 


■ Chestina, 


M 




141 




Cora, 


M 


43 


1763 Chileab, 


L 




419 


1863 


Cora, 


L 


384 


1779 Chloe, 


M 




16 


1878 


Cora Alice, 


L 


335 


1751 Chloe, 


L 




222 


1876 


Cora L., 


M 


111 


1755 Chloe, 


L 




226 


1866 


Cora Marie, 


L 


368 


1763 Chloe, 


L 




233 


1880 


Coral M., 


L 


405 


Chloe, 


L 




240 


1835 


Cordelia, 


L 


365 


1790 Chloe, 


L 




261 




Coriiithe, 


M 


191 


1817 Chloe. 


M 




15 


1822 


Cornelia, 


M 


168 


1821 Chloe, 


M 




86 


1826 


Cornelia, 


M 


149 


1808 Cidnah, 


L 




434 


1831 


Cornelia, 


L 


312 


1848 Clara, 


L 




349 


1834 


Cornelia, 


M 


92 


1863 Clara Belle, 


L 




400 


1847 


Cornelia A., 


L 


332 


1884 Clark Colton, 


L 




375 




Cornelia E , 


L 


343 


1843 Clara Domatilla, 


M 




158 


1834 Cornelia Elizabeth, 


L 


337 


1872 Clara Delano, 


M 




197 


1829 


Cornelia G., 


L 


309 


1853 Clara E., 


L 




464 


1826 Cornelia Jerusha, 


L 


306 


1865 Clara E., 


L 




335 


1806 


Cornelia Margaret, 


M 


27 


1866 Clara Halsey, 


M 




49 


1854 


Cornelia Rodman, 


M 


174 


1878 Clara M., 


M 




202 




Cornelius, 


M 


162 


1845 Clara Maria, 


M 




103 


1811 


Cornelius, 


L 


319 



DESCENDANTS OF LUKE AND MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. 



491 



BORN NA3IE 




NO. 


p. 


BOR^ 


NAME 




NO. P. 


1772 Cornisli, 


L 


106 


241|1837 


Daniel, 


M 


82 42 


1804 Cornish, 


L 230 279 


1878 


Daniel, 


L 


463 485 


1823 Corydon, 


L 


212 


271 


1848 


Daniel Bailey, 


M 


198 90 


1879 Corydon, 


L 




889 


1822 


Daniel Dwia;ht, 


L 


295 


Curtis, 


M 




163 


1852 


Daniel G., 


L 


463 


1800 Cutler, 


L 




425 


1811 


Daniel Harrison, 


M 


51 22 


1769 Cyntliia, 


M 




135 


1811 


Daniel Lewis, 


L 


209 271 


1781 Cyntliia, 


L 




246 


1778 


Daniel Marvin, 


M 


86 17 


Cynthia, 


L 




252 


1787 


Daniel Mills, 


M 


298 142 


1782 Cynthia, 


L 




202 


1817 


Daniel Porter, 


L 


295 


1791 Cynthia, 


L 




255 


1811 


Daniel Roosevelt, 


M 


6i 28 


Cyntliia, 


M 




144 


1761 


Daniel Severance, 


L 


232 


1825 Cynthia, 


M 


328 


154 


1831 


Daniel Webster, 


L 


342 


1825 Cynthia, 


L 




286 


1846 Daniel Webster, 


L 


460 


Cynthia, 


L 




805 




Darius, 


M 


164 


1830 Cynthia A., 


M 




167 


1678 


-9 David, 


L 


7 211 


1821 Cynthia Elvira, 


L 




306 


1708 


David, 


L 


216 


1814 Cyntliia M., 


M 




157, 


1731 


David, 


L 


42 220 


1843 Cynthia M., 


M 




90 




David, 


L 


229 


1860 Cynthia M., 


M 




191 


1736 


David, 


M 


55 


1876 Cynthia M., 


L 




405 


1741 


David, 


L 415 412 


1838 Cyrenius Denmark, 


L 867 348 


1742 


David, 


L 


70 229 


1797 Cyrus, 


M 


89 


17 


1742 


David, 


M 


122 


1798 Cyrus, 


M 




148 


1742 


David, 


M 


241 124 


1877 Daisy Ella, 


L 




396 


1745 


David, 


M 


11 9 


1693 Damaris, 


M 


224 


119 


1748 


David, 


M 


117 60 


1756 Damaris, 


M 




132 


1751 


David, 


M 245 125 


1758 Damaris, 


M 




129 


1753 


David, 


M 


123 68 


1724 Dan, 


M 


229 


122 


1771 


David, 


M 279 186 


1751 Dan, 


L 




220 


1771 


David, 


L 


242 


1752 Dan, 


M 250 


127 


1771 


David, 


L 


422 


1786 Dan, 


L 


155 


255 


1773 


David, 


M 


24 13 


1788 Dan, 


M 




189 


1773 


David, 


M 


72 


D^n, 


M 




159 


1774 


David, 


M 


133 


1708 Daniel, 


M 


93 


51 




David, 


M 


17 


Daniel, 


M 




58 


1775 


David, 


L 


172 260 


1739 Daniel, 


L 418 


412 


1777 


David, 


L 


105 241 


1741 Daniel, 


M 




11 


1779 


David, 


L 


142 253 


1745 Daniel, 


M 




9 


1784 


David, 


M 


75 


1751 Daniel, 


L 


45 


220 


1788 


David, 


M 


143 71 


1760 Daniel, 


L 


55 


226 


1788 


David, 


L 264 287 


1763 Daniel, 


M 


257 


129 




David, 


M 


78 


Daniel, 


L 




229 


1789 


David, 


L 


138 252 


1777 Daniel, 


L 




421 




David, 


M 


22 


1779 Daniel, 


M 




13 


1801 


David, 


L 


321 314 


1784 Daniel, 


L 




248 


1805 


David, 


L 


298 


1787 Daniel, 


L 443 


425 


1805 


David, 


L 


427 


1790 Daniel, 


L 460 438 


1809 


David, 


L 


292 


1794 Daniel, 


L 




251 


1809 


David, 


M 332 156 


1796 Daniel, 


L 




264 


1835 


David, 


M 


85 


1809 Daniel, 


L 




455 


1888 


David, 


M 


75 36 


1809 Daniel, 


M 


177 


88 


1844 David, 


L 


460 


1811 Daniel, 


M 




163 


1851 


David , 


L 


862 


1814 Daniel, 


L 




300 


1862 


David , 


M 


110 


1816 Daniel, 


L 




458 


1808 


David Austin, 


M 


15 


1822 Daniel, 


L 


482 


441 


1882 


David H., 


M 


34 


1837 Daniel, 


L 




458 


1831 


David Hume, 


L 


824 316 



492 






INDEX. 






EOKN NAME 




NO. 


P. 


BOKN NAME 




NO. P. 


1840 DavidJ., 


L 




364 


1816 Dwight W., 


L 


269 


1827 DavidJonathan, 


L 




376 


1818 Dwight W., 


L 


323 


1813 David Keyes, 


L 473 


439 


1819 E. Darwin, 


M 


80 


1799 David Lee, 


M 


329 


154 


EarlY., 


M 


43 


1851 David Seth, 


L 




362 


1875 Earl, 


L 


384 


1842 David W., 


L 




354 


1775 Eaton, 


L 


131 248 


1831 David Wliite, 


M 


183 


84 


1807 Eaton, 


L 


292 


1710 Deborah, 


L 




214 


1689 Ebenezer, 


M 


90 60 


Deborah, 


M 




68 


1694 Ebenezer, 


L 401 409 


1733 Deborah, 


L 




220 


1717 Ebenezer, 


M 


103 53 


1727 Delia, 


M 




92 


1720 Ebenezer, 


L 


407 411 


1792 Delia, 


M 




69 


1728 Ebenezer, 


M 


123 


1819 Delia, 


L 




438 


Ebenezer, 


M 


69 


1834 Delia, 


L 




346 


Ebenezer, 


M 


74 


1840 Delia, 


L 




346 


1748 Ebenezer, 


L 


220 


1846 Delia Loriiida, 


L 




375 


1750 Ebenezer, 


M 


121 62 


1814 Delia Maria, 


L 




447 


1751 Ebenezer, 


M 


61 


Delilah, 


L 




265 


1765 Ebenezer, 


L 


222 


1857 Delf er Baxter, 


L 




385 


1767 Ebenezer, 


L 


100 240 


Delia, 


L 




346 


1777 Ebenezer, 


L 


243 


DellM., 


L 




378 


1781 Ebenezer, 


L 


417 


1821 Delpha S., 


L 




442 


1783 Ebenezer, 


L 


248 


Dennis, 


M 




38 


1787 Ebenezer, 


M 


140 


1786 Denzel, 


M 


149 


74 


1801 Ebenezer, 


L 


434 


1750 Desire, 


L 




226 


1810 Ebenezer, 


L 


462 434 


1818 Desire, 


L 


374 


350 


1815 Ebenezer, 


M 


83 


1825 DeWitt, 


L 




437 


1762 Ebenezer M., 


L 


431 418 


1824 DeWitt Clinton, 


L 


352 


336 


1873 Eddie G., 


L 


384 


DeWitt Clinton, 


L 




336 


Edgar, 


L 


474 


1845 Dexter, 


M 




192 


Edgar. 


L 


321 


1791 Dexter, 


L 




430 


1829 Edgar, 


M 


31 


Dexter, 


L 




451 


1845 Edgar Eugene, 


L 


467 


1833 Dexter, 


L 




268 


1859 Edgar James, 


L 


395 


1781 Diademia, 


M 




76 


1826 Edgar Lewis, 


L 


273 


1791 Diademia, 


L 




276 


Edgar M., 


M 


115 


1841 DiademaR., 


L 




348 


Edith, 


M 


44 


1824 Diana, 


L 




376 


1884 Edith L., 


M 


111 


1817 Dianah, 


M 




91 


1859 Edi^th E., 


L 


368 


1806 Diautha, 


L 




289 


1872 Edith Fidelia, 


L 


474 


1830 Diantha, 


M 




92 


1873 Edith M., 


L 


391 


1830 Diantha, 


L 




351 


1764 Editha, 


L 


219 


Dinah, 


M 




7 


1788 Editha, 


L 


95 238 


1725 Dinah, 


L 




411 


1809 Editha, 


L 


301 


1765 Dinah, 


L 




419 


1846 EdmondE., 


M 


109 


1760 Dinah, 


M 




129 


1813 Edmund B., 


M 


194 88 


1862 DonelsonK., 


L 




328 


1876 Edmund Horton, 


L 


375 


1869 DoraE., 


L 




364 


1855 Edna, 


L 


362 


1746 Dorcas, 


M 


118 


61 


1825 Edna Electa, 


M 


182 


1749 Dorothy, 


L 




413 


1869 Edna Evelyn, 


L 


474 


1752 Dorothy, 


L 




226 


Edson, 


L 


378 


1767 Dorothy, 


L 




419 


1776 Edward, 


M 


35 17 


1779 Dorothy, 


L 




433 


1793 Edward, 


L 


448 429 


Dwight, 


M 




14 


1806 Edward, 


L 318 818 


1805 Dwight, 


L 


271 


292 


1810 Edward, 


L 


286 


1820 Dwight, 


L 




437 


Edward, 


M 


159 


1830 Dwight Baldwin, 


M 




165 


Edward, 


L 


248 


1787 Dwight Cabot, 


M 285 


137 


1828 Edward, 


L 490 446 



DESCENDANTS OF LUKE AND MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. 



493 



BOKN NAME 




NO. 


p. 


BOKN NAME 




NO. P. 


1854 Edward, 


L 


511 


468 


Electa, 


L 


263 


1866 Edward, 


M 




104!1813 Electa, 


L 


277 


1853 Edward Atwood, 


M 




35! 1815 Electa, 


L 


271 


Edward Augustus, 


M 




169 1754 Eli, 


L 


67 228 


1860 Edward Bailey, 


L 




471 


1789 Eli, 


L 


88 236 


1884 Edward Bering, 


L 




477 


1796 Eli, 


L 


239 


1854 Edward Bigelow, 


L 




461 


Eli, 


M 


61 


1871 Edward C, 


L 




477 


1823 Eli Newell, 


L 


270 


1811 Edward D., 


M 




172 


1754 Eliab, 


L 


71 230 


1854 Edward D., 


M 




185 


Eliakim, 


M 


1 3 


1884 Edward F., 


L 




400 


1680 Eliakim, 


M 


5 


1849 Edward Fitcli. 


L 




343 


1712 Eliakim, 


M 


7 6 


1837 Edward G., 


M 




34 


1726 Eliakim, 


M 


230 122 


1864 Edward H., 


M 




116 


1743 Eliakim, 


M 


15 10 


1881 Edward L., 


L 




401 


1746 Eliakim, 


M 


249 126 


1875 Edward Lloyd, 


M 




44 


1767 Eliakim, 


M 


16 


1863 Edward Lulie, 


L 




469 


Eliakim, 


M 


127 


1845 Edward Marshall, 


M 368 


175 


1757 Elias, 


L 


33 219 


1818 Edward Milton,' 


M 




170 


1766 Elias, 


M 


126 


1860 Edward N., 


M 




94 


1803 Elias, 


L 


192 265 


1842 Edward Newton, 


L 




459 


1826 Elias Russell, 


L 


341 322 


1858 Edward 0., 


M 




191 


1766 Elihu, 


M 


61 


1872 Edward Parker, 


M 




49 


— Elijah, 


L 


22 216 


1837 Edward Payson, 


L 




275 


1741 Elijah, 


L 


53 225 


1850 Edward Keed, 


M 




33 


1771 Elijah, 


L 


248 


1849 Edward Salmon, 


L 516 


472 


1788 Elijah, 


L 


243 


1810 Edward T., 


M 




28 


1778 Elijah, 


L 


430 


1838 Edward Tyler, 


M 




102 


1788 Elijah, 


L 456 431 


1876 Edward W., 


L 




404 


1800 Elijah, 


L 


261 290 


1839 Edward Wallser, 


L 


388 


363 


1817 Elijah, 


L 


292 


1877 Edward Wilcox, 


L 




361 


1815 Elijah Bartlett, 


L 


440 


1833 Edward William, 


L 379 


253 


1824 Elijah Ira, 


M 342 161 


■ Edwin, 


L 


338 


320 


1812 Elijah Townsley, 


L 


291 


Edwin, 


L 




346 


Elim, 


L 


233 


1844 Edwin, 


L 




349 


1817 Elina, 


L 


376 


1858 Edwin Chapin, 


M 




107 


1743 Elisha, 


M 


122 


1874 Edwin Coryelle, 


L 




402 


1753 Elisha, 


L 


60 227 


1837 Edwin Freeman, 


L 485 


442 


1778 Elisha, 


M 


140 71 


1828 Edwin H., 


M 




167 


1782 Elisha, 


L 


148 254 


1863 Edwin Harris, 


M 




47 


1813 Elisha, 


M 


83 


1800 Edwin Milton, 


L 


190 


265 


1794 Elisha B., 


M 


41 18 


1840 Edwin 0., 


L 


892 


366 


1831 Elisha B., 


M 


68 31 


1834 Edwin S., 


M 




100 


1817 Elisha Kingsley, 


L 


278 


1862 Edwin Terry, 


L 




475 


1845 Elisha Pike, 


M 


81 41 


1879 Edwin Thomas, 


L 




471 


1793 Eliza, 


M 


19 


1858 Effie, 


L 




390 


Eliza, 


M 


27 


1865 Effie E., 


M 




186 


Eliza, 


M 


161 


1821 Elam, 


L 




451 


1803 Eliza, 


L 


277 


1808 Elam S., 


L 


264 


291 


1804 Eliza, 


L 


259 


1867 Elbert S., 


M 




193 


1812 Eliza, 


L 


296 


1852 ElbridgeE., 


L 394 371 


1813 Eliza, 


L 


281 


1767 Eldad, 


L 


56 


226 


1816 Eliza Finette, 


M 


170 


Eldad, 


L 




229 


1816 Eliza, 


M 


26 


1777 Eleanor, 


L 




260 


1819 Eliza, 


M 184 84 


1802 Eleanor, 


L 




314 


1819 Eliza, 


L 


441 


1782 Bleazer, 


L 


178 


261 


1821 Eliza, 


M 


31 


1799 Electa, 


L 




276 


Eliza, 


L 


320 



494 




INDEX. 






BORN NAME 


NO. 


P. 


BOKN NAME 


NO 


p. 


1823 Eliza, 


L 


317 


1833 Elizabeth Abigail, 


M 


85 


1828 Eliza, 


M 


32 


1813 Elizabeth Ann, 


M 


28 


1831 Eliza, 


M 


83 


1821 Elizabeth Bacon, 


L 


456 


1834 Eliza, 


M 


39 


Elizabeth C, 


L 


378 


1806 Eliza A., 


L 


279 


1861 Elizabeth I., 


L 


473 


1847 Eliza Ann, 


L 


460 


1802 Elizabeth M., 


M 


21 


1806 Eliza Augusta, 


L 


440 


1870 Elizabeth L., 


M 


191 


1812 Eliza Burt, 


L 


289 


1832 Elizur, 


M 376 


181 


1817 Eliza H., 


L 


269 


1855 Ella, 


L 


349 


1820 Eliza Jane, 


L 


319 


■ Ella C, 


M 


96 


1826 Eliza M., 


L 


376 


1860 EllaF., 


M 


187 


1841 Eliza Matilda, 


M 


85 


1868 BUaL., 


M 


116 


1842 Eliza Melissa, 


M 


175 


1850 Ella Louise, 


M 


198 


1830 Eliza R., 


L 


303 


1848 Ella Louise, 


L 


391 


1651 Elizabetli, 


M 


4 


1852 Ella M., 


L 


328 


1672 Elizabeth, 


M 


50 


1859 Ella Maria, 


L 


402 


1679 Elizabeth, 


L 


408 


Ella Sprague, 


L 


389 


1684 Elizabeth, 


M 


119 


1850 Ella Webster, 


L 


366 


Elizabeth, 


M 


32 


Ellen, 


L 


346 


Elizabeth, 


M 


62 


Ellen, 


L 


378 


Elizabeth, 


M 


64 


1832 Ellen Amelia, 


M 


168 


1701 Elizabeth, 


L 


215 


1866 Ellen Delia, 


L 


372 


1707 Elizabeth, 


M 


120 


1850 Ellen Eoss, 


L 


366 


1708 Elizabeth, 


M 


6 


1844 Ellen Francis, 


M 


190 


1721 Elizabeth, 


M 


51 


1840 Ellen J., 


L 


462 


1726 Elizabeth, 


M 


124 


1835 Ellen M., 


M 


93 


1731 Elizabeth, 


L 


410 


1837 Ellen M., 


L 


450 


1741 Elizabeth, 


L 


223 


1855 Elliott B., 


M 


184 


1742 Elizabeth, 


M 


55 


1861 ElmaA., 


L 


368 


1743 Elizabeth, 


M 


122 


1826 Elmer, 


L 232 


280 


1745 Elizabeth, 


L 


228 


Elmer, 


L 


321 


1754 Elizabeth, 


L 


413 


1876 Elmer, 


M 


45 


1755 Elizabeth, 


L 


220 


1802 Elmira. 


L 


237 


1758 Elizabeth, 


L 


419 


1830 ElmiraD., 


L 


324 


1763 Elizabeth. 


M 


132 


1872 Elmira Gertrude, 


L 


392 


1764 Elizabeth, 


L 


240 


1833 Elmore William, 


M 


171 


1769 Elizabeth, 


L 


253 


Elvira, 


M 


81 


1773 Elizabeth, 


M 


11 


1810 Elvira, 


L 


306 


1784 Elizabeth, 


M 


17 


1807 Elvira, 


L 


437 


1793 Elizabeth, 


L 


243 


1812 Elvira A., 


L 


309 


1794 Elizabeth, 


M 


74 


1828 Elvira C, 


L 


318 


1797 Elizabeth, 


M 


18 


1850 Elvira Cornelia, 


L 


371 


Elizabeth, 


M 


156 


1869 Elvira Lydia, 


M 


112 


Elizabeth, 


M 


161 


1862 Elvira M., 


M 


187 


1801 Elizabeth, 


M 


137 


1843 Elvira White, 


L 


381 


1816 Elizabeth, 


M 


162 


1825 Elvira Winslow, 


L 


300 


1816 Elizabeth, 


L 


437 


1866 Embury A., 


L 


395 


1819 Elizabeth, 


L 489 


442 


1789 Emelia, 


L 


429 


1823 Elizabeth, 


L 


272 


1816 Emelia Angelina. 


L 


275 


1823 Elizabeth, 


L 


285 


1817 Emeline, 


L 


302 


1826 Elizabeth Gardner, 


L 


351 


Emeline, 


M 


81 


1828 Elizabetli, 


L 


272 


Emeline, 


M 


113 


Elizabeth, 


L 


305 


1840 Emeline F., 


L 


363 


1830 Elizabeth, 


L 


280 


1841 Bmeret C, 


L 


322 


1886 Elizabeth, 


L 


304 


Emerett Francis, 


M 


188 


1837 Elizabeth, 


M 


92 


1870 Emil Guelick, 


L 


392 


1857 Elizabeth, 


M 


109 


Emilie, 


M 


82 



itESCENDANTS OP LUKE AND MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. 



49o 



BOEN SAME 


NO. 


^•| 


BOEN 


NAMP 


NO. 


p. 


1782 Emily, 


L 




420'l856 


Ernest, 


M 


41 


1793 Emily, 


L 




288 


1853 Ernest A., 


M 


94 


1803 Emily, 


L 




300 


1864 Erne.'.t H., 


L 


380 


Emily, 


M 




139 


1841 


Br vine Van Ness, 


M 80 


41 


Emily, 


M 




163 


1872 


Erwin Van Ness, 


M 


48 


1813 Emily, 


M 




172:1881 


Estella, 


L 


335 


1829 Emily, 


M 




84l 


Esther, 


M 


7 


Emily, 


L 




240 




Esther, 


M 


59 


1838 Emily, 


L 




447 




Esther, 


M 


173 


1839 Emily, 


M 




173 


1705 Esther, 


L 


214 


Emily A., 


M 




146 


1738- 


9 Esther, 


L 


220 


1843 Emily Catherine, 


L 




233 


1751 


Esther, 


M 


126 


1841 Emily Jane, 


M 




188 


1770 


Esther, 


M 


127 


1842 Emily Maria, 


L 




398 




Esther, 


M 


132 


1857 Emily Maria, 


L 




287 


1789 Esther, 


M 


148 


1828 Emily Melissa, 


L 




456 


1790 Esther, 


M 


139 


1824 Emily N., 


L 




269 


1796 Esther, 


M 


75 


Emily N., 


M 




95 


1806 Esther, 


L 


455 


1832 Emily T., 


L 




275 


1810 Esther, 


M 


84 


1871 Emily Webster, 


L 




397 


1821 


Esther, 


L 


303 


1750 Emma, 


L 




226 1844 


Esther, 


L 


346 


Emma, 


M 




27 1852 


Esther, 


L 


384 


1842 Emma, 


L 




457,1839 Esther C, 


L 


472 


1852 Emma, 


L 




462 


1850 Esther C, 


L 


367 


1860 Emma, 


M 




110 


1839 


Esther Cornelia, 


M 


190 


1820 Emma Adeline, 


L 




295 


1823 


Esther Eliza, 


M 327 


154 


Emma B., 


M 




31 


1827 


Esther Fenton 


L 


351 


1867 Emma C, 


M 




184 


1865 Esther Jane, 


L 


397 


1851 EmmaE., 


L 




473 


1840 Esther L., 


M 


108 


1840 EmmaE., 


L 




366 


1829 


Esther Pluma, 


L 


376 


1874 Emma Eliza, 


L 




379 


1773 


Ethan, 


L 82 


236 


Emma L., 


M 




185 


1812 Ethan, 


L 194 


266 


1850 EmmaL., 


L 




375 




Ethan A., 


L 


356 


1847 Emma Maria, 


M 




107 


1798 


Ethan Allen, 


L 135 


251 


Emmeliiie, 


M 




173 


1835 Ethan Allen, 


L 273 


293 


1815 Emmeliue, 


M 




91 




Ethel, 


M 


44 


1830 Emmeline, 


M 




165il877 Ethel, 


M 


114 


1884 Emory Tattle, 


M 




200:1879 


Ethel L., 


L 


405 


1765 Enoch, 


M 




69 1849 


Etta, 


M 


93 


1765 Enoch, 


L 


68 


228 1799 


Eudocia Melina, 


L 


426 


1834 Enoch Samuel, 


L 


315 


311|1833 


Eugene Douglas, 


L 355 


338 


1734 Enos, 


M 




124J1848 


Eugene L., 


L 


374 


1735 Enos, 


M 




123 1851 


Eugenia, 


L 


303 


1744 Enos, 


L 417 


412 1845 


Eugenia Clarissa, 


L 


330 


1774 Enos, 


L 438 


422; 1855 


Eugenia Amenda, 


M 


42 


1809 EnosD., 


L 




2331713 


Eunice, 


L 


215 


1767 Ephraim, 


L 


169 


259 1743 


Eunice, 


L 


221 


1813 Ephi-aim, 


M 


353 


1671744 


Eunice, 


M 


60 


Ephraim, 


L 


316 


313,1746 


Eunice, 


L 


219 


1823 Ephraim Burt, 


L 




318 


Eunice, 


M 


63 


1822 Ephraim E., 


L 




300, 


Eunice, 


M 


70 


1820 Ephraim Hale, 


L 




376,1754 


Eunice, 


M 


60 


1787 Erastus, 


L 


87 


236jl754 


Eunice, 


M 


127 


1793 Erastus, 


L 


188 


2641764 


Eunice, 


M 


131 


1820 Erastus Preston, 


L 




269 1772 


Eunice, 


M 


75 


1800 Eri, 


L 




266.1772 


Eunice, 


L 


228 


1836 Eri Whitman, 


L 344 


324 





Eunice, 


M 


164 



i% 



IKDEX. 



EOEN NAME 


NO. 


p. 


BORN NAME 


NO. 


P. 


1777 Eunice, 


M 


131 


1850 Florence V., 


M 


189 


1778 Eunice, 


M 


128 


1792 Florilla, 


L 


245 


1793 Eunice, 


M 


137 


1796 Florilla, 


L 


278 


1793 Eunice, 


M 


146 


1820 Florilla 


L 


285 


1805 Eunice, 


L 


300 


1860 Florion J., 


L 


386 


1816 Eunice, 


L 


297 


1844 Floyd, 


M 216 


109 


1842 Eunice Ann, 


M 


26 


1877 Floyd, 


M 


45 


1818 Eunice Howard, 


L 


257 


1864 Floyd Barnes, 


L 


352 


1825 Eunice Kimberly, 


L 


442 


1812 Fordyce, 


L 


279 


1845 EuphemiaO., 


L 


348 


Frances, 


M 


159 


1843 EuplirasiaE., 


L 


330 


Frances, 


L 


364 


Eusebia, 


L 


305 


1842 Frances Allen, 


M 


35 


1876 Eva, 


M 


199 


1809 Frances Amelia, 


M 


150 


1868 Eva H., 


M 


187 


1833 Frances Amelia, 


M 


169 


1861 Eva S., 


M 


190 


1849 Frances Amelia, 


M 


38 


1851 Everett F., 


L 


370 


1833 Frances Ann, 


M 873 


181 


Evelyn H., 


L 


343 


1855 Frances E , 


L 


327 


Evis, 


M 


164 


1864 Frances Emily, 


M 


102 


1742 Experience, 


L 


224 


1855 Frances Evelyn, 


L 


392 


1763 Ezra, 


L 139 


252 


1819 Frances M., 


L 267 291 


1773 Ezra, 


L 


243 


Frances Maria, 


L 


380 


1832 Ezra, 


L 


304 


1843 Frances Mary, 


L 


369 


1807 Falley, 


L 


297 


1877 Frances Mary, 


L 


396 


Eannie, 


M 


83 


1819 Frances Montague, 


M 


24 


1821 Fannie, 


L 


311 


1836 Frances N., 


L 


331 


1780 Fanny, 


L 


433 


Frances R., 


M 


82 


1796 Fanny, 


L 


259 


1814 Francis, 


L 


319 


1800 Fanny, 


L 


240 


1819 Francis, 


L 


342 


1806 Fanny, 


M 


80 


1857 Francis A., 


L 


327 


1819 Fanny, 


M 


86 


1828 Francis Allen, 


M 


40 


Fanny, 


L 


263 


1837 Francis E., 


L 


326 


1854 Fannie M., 


M 


109 


1879 Francis Folger, 


M 


49 


1867 Fanny, 


L 


401 


1854 Francis Hell, 


L 


371 


1874 Fanny Bliss, 


L 


475 


1834 Francis L., 


L 


442 


1849 Flora Jane, 


M 


189 


1838 Francis Lyman, 


L 


273 


1851 Fannie L., 


L 


366 


1831 Francis M., 


L 


322 


1824 Fanny M., 


L 


308 


Francis R. , 


M 


29 


1887 Fanny Mary, 


M 


104 


1840 Francis S.. 


L 


346 


1847 Fanny Virginia, 


M 


104 


Francis Whitney, 


L 


268 


1816 Fanny Woodbury, 


L 


296 


1822 Francis Woods, 


L 


376 


1845 Felicia Rosamond, 


L 


324 


Frank, 


L 


248 


1790 Festus, 


L 


264 


1862 Frank, 


L 


394 


Fidelia, 


L 


305 


1865 Frank, 


L 


477 


1824 Fidelia, 


L 


309 


1881 Frank, 


L 


402 


1813 Fidelia Rachel, 


L 


301 


1846 Frank A., 


L 


355 


1837 Fidelia W., 


L 


3G4 


1880 Frank Allen, 


L 


389 


1810 Flavel Edwards, 


L 


437 


1871 Frank B., 


L 


391 


1775 Flavia, 


L 


254 


1841 Frank Benjamin, 


M 212 


108 


1867 Flora Belle, 


L 


395 


1855 Frank Betten, 


L 


366 


1840 Flora Eliza, 


L 


365 


1853 Frank C, 


L 


398 


1878 Flora M., 


M 


111 


1880 Frank D., 


L 


406 


1872 Flora L., 


M 


116 


1882 Frank Edson, 


M 


202 


1847 Florence, 


M 


94 


1882 Frank F., 


M - 


202 


1876 Florence A., 


L 


402 


1866 Frank G., 


L 


386 


1856 Florence J., 


L 


368 


1866 Frank George, 


L 


403 


1870 Florence L., 


L 


401 


1843 Frank H. , 


L 


389 


1881 Florence M., 


L 


385 


1854 Frank Ichabod, 


M 385 


190 



DESCENDANTS OP LUKE AND MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. 



497 



BOKN KAME 




NO. P. 


18G0 Frank Justin, 


L 


402 


1844 Frank L., 


M 


117 


1859 Frank L., 


M 


90 


1875 Frank Laurens, 


M 


48 


Frank R., 


L 


378 


1862 Frank S., 


M 


186 


1785 Franklin, 


M 


147 


1803 Franklin, 


L 


247 


1817 Franklin, 


M 


172 


1829 Franklin, 


L 


335 318 


1831 Franklin, 


M 


172 


Franklin, 


L 


419 


1839 Franklin B., 


M 


32 


1872 Franklin H., 


L 


399 


1818 Franklin King, 


L 


495 450 


1844 Franklin Lewis, 


M 


379 183 


1851 Franklin 0., 


L 


306 


Fred, 


M 


44 


1873 Fred, 


L 


385 


1865 Fred H., 


L 


477 


1849 Fred M., 


L 


333 


1858 Fred S., 


L 


464 


1863 Freddie, 


L 


379 


1869 Freddie C, 


L 


386 


1829 Frederick, 


M 375 181 


1857 Frederick, 


L 


400 


1880 Frederick, 


L 


387 


1857 Frederick A., 


L 


383 


Frederick B., 


M 


191 


1864 Frederick C, 


L 


471 


1867 Frederick H., 


L 


475 


1869 Frederick Henry, 


L 


378 


1832 Frederick Joseplins, 


M 


168 


1837 Frederick L., 


M 


100 


1866 Frederick L., 


L 


396 


Frederick S., 


M 


115 


1865 Frederick St. John, 


L 


371 


Freeman, 


L 


364 


1882 Freeman St. Clair, 


L 


334 


1812 Friend Delos, 


M 


339 160 


1718 Gad, 


L 406 411 


1749 Gad, 


L 


427 417 


1765 Gad, 


L 


126 247 


1766 Gad, 


L 


420 413 


1783 Gad, 


L 


435 420 


1788 Gad, 


L 


459 433 


1802 Gad, 


L 


264 


1820 Gad, 


L 497 463 


1824 Gad AValter, 


L 


373 350 


1765 Gaius, 


L 


36 219 


1772 Gaius, 


L 


253 


1822 Gaius, 


L 


278 298 


1791 Gaius, 


M 


136 


1811 Gaius, 


M 


178 83 


1799 Gannetta, 


M 


28 


1843 Gardner D., 


L 


357 


1820 Gay lord, 


L 


277 



BORN NAME 

George, M 

George, M 

1728 George, L 

1764 George, M 

1789 George, M 

1810 George, L 

1810 George, L 

1814 George, L 

1814 George, L 

1818 George, L 

George, L 

1819 George, M 
1822 George, L 

1825 George, M 
1828 George M 

1854 George, M 

1855 George, L 

George, L 

1836 George A., L 

1841 George A., L 
1867 George A., L 

1844 George Alfred, L 
1851 George Angler, L 
1792 George Augustus, L 
1857 George B., L 
George B., M 

1843 George Bartol, L 
1838 George Benjamin, M 
1835 George Bliss, L 
1824 George Brewer, M 

1842 George C, L 

1826 George C, L 
1867 George CoUier, L 
1874 George E., L 

1845 George E. White, M 

1860 George Edward, M 
1835 George Ellsworth, M 

1843 George F., L 

1844 George F., L 

1818 George Flavius, L 

1846 George Flavius, L 

1819 George Frank, L 

1844 George G.. M 

1861 George Gale, L 

1847 George Goodwin, M 
1838 George Gordon, M 384 190 
1850 George H., M 

1845 George Harvey, L 
1810 George Hawley, L 
1841 George Henry, L 

1846 George Henry, M 
1846 George Henry, L 

1848 George Henry, L 

1872 George Henry, L 
1838 George Howard, M 
1867 George Hiram, M 

1873 George Howard, M 



NO. p. 

67 

160 

405 410 
127 
146 
317 

231 280 

331 318 
440 

322 315 

320 

81 

292 

30 

188 86 

39 

374 

454 

358 339 
382 
364 
373 
471 
438 
380 
83 
389 
171 
363 
64 29 
289 
281 
358 
403 
183 
44 
182 
354 
470 

493 447 
469 

350 336 
100 
356 
192 



99 
367 
269 291 
346 
104 
370 
356 
397 

42 
105 

49 



83 



34 



498 



INDEX. 



EORN NAME 


HO. 


i'. 


BORN 


NAME 


NO. 


P. 


1825 George Julius, 


M 


81 


1S72 


Grace Griffith, 


L 


396 


1791 George King, 


L 455 


431 


1872 


Gracie, 


M 


112 


1864 George L., 


M 


37 


1870 


Graham A., 


M 


195 


George L., 


L 


356 




Grant, 


L 


321 


1822 George Langdon, 


M 


168 


1765 


Gratia, 


L 


417 


1825 George Lorenzo, 


M 


91 


1783 


Gratia, 


L 


236 


1812 George Loving, 


L 307 


307 


1824 


Gridley, 


L 


453 


1823 George Metcalf, 


L 


302 


1645 


Hannah, 


L 


207 


1837 George Morris, 


L 


351 


1668 


Hannah, 


L 2 


211 


1851 George N., 


L 


367 


1672 


Hannah, 


M 


6 


1843 George Nicholas, 


L 


460 


1683 


Hannah, 


L 


408 


1851 George Orlando, 


M 


89 


1690 


Hannali, 


M 


119 


George P. , 


L 


373 


1702 


Hannah, 


L 


215 


1836 George Pliny, 


L 


326 




Hannali, 


L 


218 


1858 George Pliny, 


L 


327 


1717 


Hannah, 


M 


6 


1838 George Porter, 


L 


367 


1719 


Hannah, 


L 


214 


1868 George Porter, 


M 


48 


1721 


Hannah, 


M 


124 


1821 George E., 


M 


157 


1733 


Hannah, 


M 


55 


1857 George R., 


M 


97 


1737 


Hannah, 


M 


123 


1850 George S., 


M 


31 


1737 


Hannah, 


L 


221 


1888 George Tyler, 


M 


85 


1745 


Hannah, 


L 


225 


1801 George W., 


M 


1+ 


1746 


Hannah, 


M 244 


125 


1820 George W., 


L 


271 


1748 


Hannah, 


M 


61 


1825 George "W., 


L 


268 




Hannah, 


M 


63 


1845 George W., 


M 


90 


1748 


Hannah, 


M 


1,32 


1859 George W., 


L 


332 


1752 


Hannah, 


M 


131 


1863 George W., 


L 


384 


1764 Hannali, 


L 


222 


1828 George "Warner, 


L 


342 


1767 


Hannah, 


M 


128 


George Warren, 


M 


27 


1768 


Hannah, 


M 


133 


1873 George Wellington, 


M 


109 


1769 


Hannah, 


M 


1.34 


1828 George Wesley, 


L 


450 


1770 Hannah, 


L 


260 


1812 George Williston, 


L 475 


440 


1776 


Hannah, 


L 


248 


1863 George Woodward, 


M 


198; 1777 


Hannah, 


L 


253 


1860 Georgia Wall^er, 


L 


463 


1778 


Hannah, 


M 


72 


1858 GeorgianaS., 


L 


380 




Hannah, 


M 


73 


1863 Gertie M., 


L 


386 


1787 


Hannah, 


M 


17 


1862 Gertrude Reed, 


M 


199 


1791 


Hannah, 


L 


243 


1864 Gertrnde M., 


L 


385 


1794 


Hannah, 


M 


144 


1736 Gideon, 


L 


218 


1801 


Hannah, 


L 


297 


1767 Gideon, 


L 


232 




Hann.ah. 


L 


313 


1825 Gideon, 


L 


310 




Hannali, 


M 


159 


1786 Gilbert, 


M 


18 




Hannah, 


M 


171 


1819 Gilbert, 


M 66 


31 




Hannah, 


L 


423 


1859 Gilbert Monell, 


L 506 459 


1826 


Hannah, 


L 


448 


1851 Gilbert P., 


L 


377 


1834 


Hannah, 


M 


38 


Gillman, 


L 


378 


1836 


Hannali, 


M 


36 


1879 Glen P., 


L 


384 


1836 


Hannah Clark, 


M 


168 


1765 Godfrey, 


L 425 


413 


1791 


Hannah Ann, 


L 


244 


Gordon, 


M 


43 


1825 


Hannah Coe, 


L 


456 


Grace, 


M 


10 




Hannah Button, 


M 


78 


1711 Grace, 


L 


217 




Hannah E., 


M 


30 


1778 Grace, 


L 


259:1804 


Hannah Holbrook, 


L 


314 


1867 Grace, 


L 


3.34:1851 


Hannah Lonisa, 


M 


190 


1872 Grace Anna 


M 


47 




Hannah Lucina, 


L 


319 


1860 Grace Baldwin, 


M 


42 


1829 


Hannah Moore, 


L 


296 


1866 Grace E., 


M 


107 


1700 


H.annah Parsons, 


L 


211 


1832 Grace Elizabeth, 


M 


89 


1815 


Hannah Weed, 


M 


24 



DESCENDANTS OF LDKE AND MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. 



499 



BORN NAME 




NO. P. 


BORN NAME 




NO. 


p. 


Hanover, 


M 


127 


1800 Harry Robert, 


L 




465 


1852 Harlan d W., 


L 


331 


1845 Harry S., 


L 




389 


179S Harley, 


M 


294 140 


1879 Harry S., 


L 




406 


1877 Hai-ley Betts, 


L 


397 


1875 Harry Sylvester, 


L 




404 


1851 Harlyn, 


L 


315 


Hartley, 


L 




405 


1785 Harmon, 


M 


148 


1765 Harvey, 


M 




128 


1801 Hannoi), 


M 


14 


1769 Harvey, 


M 


124 


64 


1813 Harmon, 


M 


22 


1780 Harvev, 


L 




258 


1818 Harmon, 


M 


175 81 


1814 Harvey, 


L 


287 


300 


1884 Harold Brown, 


L 


401 


1823 Harvey, 


L 




292 


1873 Harold Edward, 


L 


371 


1827 Harvey, 


L 




311 


1878 Harold Morley, 


M 


106 


1S25 Harvey Cooley, 


L 


333 


318 


1795 Harriet, 


L 


279 


1843 Harvey P., 


L 




326 


1801 Harriet, 


m: 


20 


1855 Harvey Parker, 


M 




104 


Harriet, 


L 


248 


1800 Harvey Rexford, 


M 


48 


21 


Harriet, 


L 


263 


1812 Harvey S., 


L 


492 


447 


Harriet, 


L 


265 


1872 Harvey Webster, 


M 




202 


Harriet, 


L 


320 


1872 Hattie, 


M 




101 


1809 Harriet, 


L 


301 


1883 Hattie A., 


M 




202 


1816 Harriet, 


L 


451 


1852 Hattie Amelia, 


L 




346 


1813 Harriet, 


L 


441 


1843 Hattie K., 


M 




100 


1822 Harriet, 


L 


443 


1850 Hattie E., 


L 




463 


1829 Harriet, 


L 


268 


1854 Hattie E., 


M 




191 


183-t Harriet, 


M 


168 


1847 Hattie S., 


L 




354 


18i3 Harriet, 


M 


156 


1860 Hattie Vanghn, 


L 




349 


Harriet, 


M 


171 


17(19 Heber, 


L 


79 


232 


Harriet, 


M 


193 


1784 Heber, 


L 


158 


256 


1862 Harriet, 


L 


385 


1796 Hector, 


M 


43 


20 


1851 Harriet A., 


L 


344 


Hector, 


L 




314 


1851 Harriet Adella, 


L 


398 


1817 Helen, 


M 




31 


1819 Harriet Allen, 


L 


284 


1824 Helen, 


M 




80 


1837 Harriet B., 


L 


470 


Helen, 


M 




98 


1818 Harriet DeForrest, 


M 


86 


1885 Helen,' 


L 




472 


1806 Harriet E., 


L 


308 


1875 Helen, 


L 




404 


1815 Harriet E., 


M 


167 


1872 Helen Augusta, 


L 




396 


1821 Harriet Eliza, 


L 


448 


1841 Helen L., 


L 




275 


1822 Harriet Emeline, 


L 


816 


1850 Helen Louisa, 


M 




197 


1848 Harriet Emily, 


L 


366 


1875 Helen Louise, 


M 




106 


1824 Harriet Keep, 


L 


352 


1830 Helen M., 


L 




336 


1828 Harriet L., 


L 


292 


1847 Helen M„ 


L 




330 


1874 Harriet Lonise, 


M 


49 


1850 Helen M., 


M 




90 


1820 Harriet M., 


M 


91 


1834 Helen Maria, 


L 




341 


1865 Harriet Marie, 


L 


371 


1855 Helen Munro, 


M 




42 


1826 Harriet N., 


L 


299 


1817 Helen P., 


M 




87 


1833 Harriet N,, 


M 


157 


1841 Helen Sophia, 


M 




158 


1842 Harriet N., 


M 


90 


185C Helen Storer, 


M 




103 


1815 Harriet Newell, 


L 


278 


1756 Hell, 


L 


62 


227 


1841 Harriet Newell, 


M 


92 


1798 Hell, 


L 


157 


255 


1850 Harriet Newell, 


L 


457 


1823 Hell H., 


L 


301 


306 


1858 Harriet Newell, 


M 


197 


1762 Heman, 


L 


35 


219 


1809 Harriets., 


M 


21 


1799 Heman, 


L 


98 


238 


1834 Harriet Sarah, 


M 


165 


1799 Heman, 


L 




425 


1856 Harriet W., 


L 


329 


1809 Heman, 


L 217 


273 


1872 Harriette B., 


L 


888 


• Heman, 


L 




346 


1820 Harris, 


L 


280 


Henrietta, 


M 




88 


1876 Harry, 


L 


387 


1843 Henrietta, 


L 




463 


1854 Harry A., 


L 


345 


1858 Henrietta G., 


L 




470 



500 



INDEX. 



EOEN NAME 




NO. P. 


BORN 


NAME 


NO. 


p. 


1851 Henrietta Thayer, 


L 


399 


1840 


Henry Martin, 


L 216 


272 


1783 Heury, 


L 


446 429 


1843 


Henry Martyn, 


L 390 


864 


1789 Henry, 


L 


237 


1839 


Henry Mason, 


M 


161 


Henry, 


L 


248 


1822 


Henry Nelson, 


M 


88 


1792 Henry, 


L 


134 251 


1865 


Henry P., 


L 


834 


1800 Henry, 


L 


438 


1837 


Henry Preston, 


M 


157 


1805 Henry, 


M 


58 26 


181G 


Henry Rowe, 


M 


30 


1807 Henry, 


M 


150 


1861 


Henry Russell, 


L 


370 


1816 Henry, 


L 


488 442 


1810 


Henry S., 


L 291 


308 


1823 Henry, 


M 


91 


1832 


Henry S., 


M 381 


184 


Henry, 


M 


91 


1839 


Henry S., 


L 


872 


Henry, 


M 


93 


1858 


Henry S., 


M 


90 


1825 Henry, 


L 


317 


1875 


Henry S., 


M 


117 


1829 Henry, 


L 


272 293 


1830 


Henry Samuel, 


L 345 


325 


1834 Henry, 


M 


71 32 


1852 


Henry Seklen, 


L 


356 


1838 Henry, 


L 


450 


1830 


Henry Smith, 


M 


85 


Henry, 


L 


454 


1838 


Henry Valentine, 


M 369 


177 


1839 Henry, 


M 


31 


1837 


Henry Ward, 


L 


338 


1840 Henry, 


L 


448 


1840 Henry Warren, 


L 


353 


1841 Henry, 


L 


323 


1841 


Henry Washington, 


M 388 


194 


1843 Henry, 


M 


215 109 


1859 


Herbert A., 


L 


330 


1847 Henry, 


M 


107 


1862 


Herbert Allan, 


M 


177 


1849 Henry, 


L 


346 327 


1866 


Herbert Baxter, 


L 


476 


- — Henry, 


L 


369 


1866 


Herbert C, 


M 


192 


Henry, 


M 


161 


1867 


Herbert E„ 


L 


473 


Henry, 


M 


193 


1855 


Herbert Ellas, 


L 


885 


1858 Henry, 


L 


358 


1875 


Herbert Erie. 


L 


331 


1861 Henry, 


L 


332 


1865 


Herbert Kellogg, 


M 


199 


1866 Henry, 


L 


384 


1841 


Herbert Paschal, 


M 377 


182 


1835 Henry A., 


L 


363 


1854 


Herbert Pliny, 


L 


328 


1827 Henry Abner, 


M 


378 182 


1869 


Herbert R., 


L 


886 


1844 Henry Albert, 


M 


169 


1865 


Herbert Samuel, 


L 


402 


1819 Henry Alphonzo, 


L 


275 


1845 


Herbert William, 


L 


463 


1815 Henry Amos, 


M 


190 87 


1846 


Herbert Witter, 


M 


179 


1814 Henry Bailey, 


L 496 453 




Herman, 


L 


405 


1849 Herbert Butler, 


L 


373 


1817 


Hester, 


M 


26 


1834 Henry Chapman, 


M 


79 40 


1853 


Hester L. , 


L 


463 


1830 Henry Clay, 


L 


287 


1698 Hezeldah Parsons, 


L 


211 


1845 Henry Clay, 


L 


390 


1839 


Hiland Clark, 


L 


360 


1855 Henry Corydon, 


L 


333 


1856 


Hi 1 degrade W., 


L 


342 


1820 Henry Dwight, 


L 


296 


1797 


Hiram, 


M 28 


14 


1822 Henry B., 


L 268 291 


1799 


Hiram, 


L 


254 


1858 Helen Elindy, 


L 


357 


1808 


Hiram , 


M 55 


25 


1861 Henry F., 


L 


383 


1816 


Hiram, 


L 288 


300 


1851 Henry Gay, 


L 


362 




Hiram, 


M 188i 86 


1816 Henry H., 


L 


201 268 


1824 


Hiram, 


L 


281 


1836 Henry H., 


L 


325 


1825 


Hiram, 


L 326 


317 


1841 Henry H., 


L 


508 463 


1857 


Hiram Augustus, 


M 


104 


1854 Henry H., 


L 


330 


1838 Hiram Barlow, 


M 


182 


1804 Henry James, 


L 


434 


1827 


Hiram D., 


M 


157 


1884 Henry James, 


L 


499 454 


1853 


Hiram F., 


L 


366 


1829 Henry L., 


M 


372 181 


1842 


Hiram Milton, 


L 


379 


1778 Henry Lawrence, 


M 


135 


1832 


Hiram Newell, 


L 


363 


1813 Henry Lawrence, 


M 


323 154 


1808 


Hiram Newton, 


L 280 298 


1869 Henry Lewis, 


M 


197 


1799 


Hiram W., 


M 286 


137 


1810 Henry Livingston, 


M 


27 


1786 


HoUis, 


L 489 


422 


1842 Helen Louisa, 


L 


380 


1888 


HoUis J., 


L 


377 



DESCENDANTS OF LUKE AND MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. 



501 



BOBN NAME 




NO. 


p. 


BOKN 


NAME 


NO. P. 


1805 Homer, 


M 


45 


20 


1873 


IdaW., 


M 116 


1845 Homer, 


M 




33 




India, 


M 116 


1871 Homer B., 


L 




372 


1877 


Inez lone, 


L 393 


1839 Homer L., 


M 




108 


1765 


Ira, 


M 254 129 


1827 Homer Owen, 


L 


275 


296 


1777 


Ira, 


L 144 254 


1839 Homer S., 


M 


214 


108 


1801 


Ira, 


M 57 26 


1830 Homer W., 


L 


357 


338 


1824 


Ira, 


L 302 


1805 Honor, 


M 




26 


1872 


Ira, 


M 186 


1782 Horace, 


L 449 


430 


1812 


Ira Hull, 


M 160 


1792 Horace, 


L 


255 


288 


1793 


Ira Irvine, 


L 222 276 


1802 Horace, 


M 




27 


1856 


Ira Louis, 


L 391 


1824 Horace, 


L 




280 




IraM., 


M 170 


1824 Horace, 


L 




441 


1844 


Ira N., 


L 334 


1836 Horace, 


L 


512 


469 


1843 


Ira Philip, 


L 350 338 


1826 Horace Austin, 


L 




350 


1804 


Ira S., 


L 22!1 277 


1822 Horace Curtis, 


L 


223 


276 




Irad, 


L 419 


1827 Horace DeWitt, 


L 




337 


1819 


Irena, 


L 309 


1800 Horace Dunham, 


M 




20 


17117 


Irene, 


M 66 


1819 Horace Gaylord, 


M 




150 


1794 


Irene, 


M 14 


1883 Horace Lapsley, 


M 




114 


1808 


Irene, 


L 456 


1820 Horace P., 


L 




447 


1876 


Irene, 


M 200 


1837 Horace Robert, 


M 




194 




Ireneus, 


M 76 


1877 Horace KoUin, 


M 




113 


1880 Iris, 


M 37 


— Horatio, 


M 




14 




Irving B., 


M 115 


1801 Horatio, 


M 




137 


1834 


Irving Lyman, 


M 100 


1802 Horatio, 


L 


279 


298 


1878 


Irving White, 


M 201 


1818 Horatio Elijah, 


M 


335 


157 


1732 


Isaac, 


L 218 


1808 Horatio Gates, 


M 




28 


1737 


Isaac, 


L 46 221 


18+9 Horatio T., 


L 




374 


1745 


Isaac, 


M 113 59 


1817 Horatio Waldo, 


L 




270 


1786 


Isaac, 


M 14 


1853 Howard, 


L 




340 




Isaac, 


M 67 


Howard, 


L 




341 




Isaac, 


M 70 


1868 Howard Eaton, 


L 




382 




Isaac, 


L 244 


1849 Howard NUes, 


M 




188 


1812 


Isaac, 


L 297 


Huldah, 


M 




67 


1816 


Isaac, 


M 22 


Huldah, 


M 




81 


1825 Isaac Brown, 


L 295 


1765 Huldah, 


L 




242 


1816 Isaac Miller, 


L 456 


1768 Huldah, 


L 




420 


1824 Isaac Morris, 


L 316 


1800 Huldah, 


M 




148 


1751 


Isabel, 


M 57 


1772 Hunn, 


M 


127 


66 




Isabel, 


M 191 


Hushi, 


M 




129 


1865 


Isabel Gray, 


L 462 


1749 Ichabod, 


M 


115 


59 


1874 Isabel Lyons, 


L 404 


Ichabod, 


M 




70 


1781 


Ithamar, 


L 179 262 


1756 Ichabod, 


M 


261 


130 


1790 


Ithamer, 


L 243 


1810 Ichabod, 


M 


352 


167 




Ithamar, 


L 233 


1820 Ichabod, 


M 




86 


1850 J. De Witt, 


L 459 


1852 Ida, 


L 




347 


1751 Jabez, 


M 60 


1872 Ida, 


M 




45 




Jackson, 


L 369 


1873 Ida A., 


L 




368 


1708- 


-9 Jacob, 


L 15 215 


1856 IdaE., 


L 




349 


1739 


Jacob. 


M 110 57 


1869 Ida Kittie, 


L 




393 


1748 Jdcoh, 


L 225 


1852 Ida L., 


M 




187 


1776 Jacob, 


M 134 69 


1850 IdaM., 


L 




330 


1792 


Jacob, 


L 137 251 


1851 IdaM., 


L 




357 


1852 


Jacob Wood, 


M 42 


1868 Ida Maria, 


L 




372 


1786 Jairus, 


M,274 134 


1877 Ida May, 


M 




200 


1787 Jairus, 


L 160 256 


1849 Ida Viola, 


M 




191 


1703 James, 


M 91 51 



502 






INDEX. 






BORN NAME 




NO. 


P. 


BORN NAME 




NO. P. 


James, 


M 


105 


54 


1809 Jared H., 


L 


292 


James, 


M 




63 


1718 Jason, 


M 


123 


James, 


M 




159 


1760 Jason, 


M 


125 66 


1780 James, 


L 




254 


1764 Jason, 


M 


130 


1782 James, 


L 




247 


1790 Jason, 


M 


157 76 


1794: James, 


L 


167 


259 


Jason, 


M 


307 144 


James, 


L 




346 


Jai^on, 


M 


164 


1805 James, 


L 


125 


247 


Jason, 


M 


166 


1817 James, 


L 




440 


1813 Jason, 


M 


354 167 


18G2 James, 


L 




477 


1829 Janette, 


L 


307 


1849 James Alexander, 


L 




348 


1852 Jay W., 


L 


375 


1851 James B., 


L 




355 


1809 .Teannette Jane, 


M 


79 


1787 James Bowdoin, 


L 




253 


1784 JeUuthan, 


L 


164 258 


1841 James Childs, 


L 




466 


1808 Jehiel, 


L 


454 431 


1819 James Clifford, 


M 




172 


1814 Jehiel, 


L 


257 


1868 James Edwin, 


L 




287 


1729 Jemima, 


L 


216 


1853 James Frank, 


L 348 


333 


1744 Jemima, 


M 


55 


1807 James Gains, 


I> 




301 


1767 Jemima, 


M 


66 


1841 .James H., 


L 




469 


1865 Jennie Carrington, 


M 


112 


James Harvey, 


M 


155 


76 


1877 Jennie E., 


L 


335 


1813 James Kent, 


L 


241 


283 


1857 Jennie J., 


M 


193 


1830 James L., 


M 


53 


23 


1870 Jennie L., 


L 


401 


1876 James Ladd, 


L 




287 


1861 Jennie May, 


M 


188 


1839 James M., 


L 




287 


1776 Jeremiah, 


L 428 417 


James M., 


L 




455 


1831 Jeremiah Evarts, 


L 


352 


1817 James Monroe, 


L 


270 


291 


1781 Jeremy, 


L 


255 


1823 James N., 


M 




172 


1709 Jernsha, 


L 


213 


1857 James R. W., 


L 




360 


Jerusha, 


L 


240 


1814 James Reynolds, 


M 




29 


1814 .Terusha, 


L 


273 


1841 James Roosevelt, 


M 


84 


42 


1825 Jerusha, 


L 


309 


1825 James S., 


M 


67 


31 


1837 Jerusha, 


L 


346 


1817 Jane, 


L 




280 


1840 Jerome Eugene, 


L 


324 


1819 Jane, 


M 




22 


1766 Jesse, 


L 


127 247 


Jane, 


M 




79 


1775 Jesse, 


L 


233 


Jaue, 


L 




320 


Jesse, 


M 


62 


1824 Jane, 


L 




286 


1818 Jesse, 


M 


186 86 


1838 Jane A., 


L 




322 


1867 Jesse, 


L 


397 


1841 Jane A., 


L 




355 


1874 Jesse, 


M 


104 


1824 Jane Ann, 


M 




85 


1872 Jesse S., 


M 


110 


Jane Antoinette, 


M 




113 


1852 Jesse Vaughn, 


L 


371 349 


1836 Jane E , 


M 




173 


1794 .lessee, 


M 


144 71 


1841 Jane E., 


L 




363 


Jessee, 


M 


74 


1813 Jane Elizabeth, 


L 




277 


1874 Jessica May, 


■M 


46 


1833 Jane Elizabeth, 


L 




446 


1874 Jessie, 


M 


45 


1863 Jane Elizabeth, 


L 




468 


1883 Jessie, 


L 


391 


Jane Jeanette, 


M 




79 


1871 Jessie Azalie, 


L 


392 


1844 JaneL., 


L 




339 


Jessie. E., 


M 


43 


1827 Jane M., 


M 




89 


1857 Jessie Mary, 


M 


28 


1828 Jane M., 


L 




323 


1856 Jessie May, 


L 


389 


1839 Jane S., 


L 




381 


1760 Jestina, 


M 


129 


1758 Jared, 


M 




127 


1784 Joab, 


M 


316 146 


1759 Jared, 


M 


12 


9 


1765 Joash, 


M 


258 130 


1778 Jared, 


L 


132 


248 


1818 Joanna, 


M 


20 


1783 Jared, 


M 


25 


13 


1807 Joanna W,, 


L 


292 


1808 Jared, 


M 




146 


1738 Joel, 


M 


108 55 


1811 Jared, 


M 




22 


1778 Joel, 


M 


128 66 


1818 Jared B., 


M 




21 


1794 Joel, 


L 


177 261 



iJESCESTDANTS OP LUKE AND MATTHIAS HITCHCOCK. 



503 



BORN NAME 

Joel, 

1804 Joel, 

1805 Joel N., 

John, 

1670 John, 
lfi83 John, 
1685 John, 
1685 John, 
1692 John, 
1708 John, 

1716 John, 

John,'' 

John , ' 

1717 John, 
1722 John, 

John," ' 

1725 John, 
1741 John, 
1745-G John, 
1746-7 John, 
1747 John, 
1754 John, 

1759 John, 

1760 John, 
1765 John, 
1770 John, 
1779 John, 

1779 John, 
John,!^ 

John,!^ 

1780 John, 

1780 John, 

1781 John, 
1781 John, 
1783 John, 
1785 Jolin, 

John,/ 

1787 John, 
1790 John, 
1793 John, 

John/ 

John,-^ 

John,-^ 

,John,' 

1805 John, 
1807 Jolin, 
1809 John, 

John,/ 

1815 ,Tohn, 
1821 John, 
1824 John, 
1827 John, 
1827 John, 
1827 John, 

John,^ 

1835 John, 
1868 John, 



NO. P. 


BORN NAME 




NO. P. 


L 353'l879 John, 


M 


117 


L 310 308 


John A., 


M 


166 


L 262 290 


1836 John A., 


L 


353 


M 217 3 


1819 John A., 


L 


45 1 


L 3 211 


1819 John Adams, 


L 


291 


M 3 5 


1847 John Augustus, 


M 


103 


M 89 50 


1809 John C, 


L 


290 


M 222 119 


1820 .John C, 


L 


316 


L 8 213 


1842 John C, 


L 


339 


M 97 52 


1853 John C, 


L 


382 354 


L 13 214 


Jolin Calvin, 


L