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HTHE ISBELL AND KINGMHN FHMILIES>" 



SOME RECORDS 

ROBERT ISBELL 

AND 

HENRY KINGMAN 

AND THEIR DESCENDANTS, 

Gathered from Various Sources and Compiled by 

LEROY W. KINGMAN. 



OWEGO: 

GAZETTE PRINTING OFFICE. 

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The following records of the Isbell, Kingman, Latimer, and Livermore families have been compiled 
for the graiihcation of my children and other near relatives. An effort has been made to have the 
Isbell records as full- as could readily be gathered. The Kingman Genealogy has been very fully 
wrought by Bradford Kingman, Esq., of Brookline, Mass., and will soon be published, so that his rights 
were in the way of making that complete, while the completion of the Latimer and Livermore records 
involved too much labor. 

For this compilation thanks are due to Dr. D. Williams Patterson, of Newark Valley, N. Y., and 
to Oliver Osborne, Esq., of Lenox, Mass., who has furnished the whole records of Noah Isbell (No. 15) 
and his descendants from the time of their advent to Lenox. 

OWEGO, N. Y., March, 1889. 



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Preface, line 8, for Oliver Osborne. Esq., read Oliver W. Osborne. 
Page 6, line 1 5, for chaaf head, read chaaf bead. 
Page 7, line 1 1, for Papper, read Hopper. 



THE ISBELL FAMILY. 



ROBERT ISBELL [i] was of New London, Conn., where he had a 
grant of land from the townsmen, 19 Oct., 1650; and Miss Caulkins in 
"History of New London," p 67, says that he was from Gloucester, 
Mass. At a later date he seems to have lived in the north part of the 
town, in what is now Ledyard. He died about 1655, leaving a widow, 
Ann Isbell, who married (2d) with William NichoUs. Miss Caulkins 
thinks he was the same man, who, as Robert Isabell, had land granted 
to him at Salem, Mass., in 1637. (See "History of New London," p. 
272.) Widow Ann NichoUs died at New London, 15 Sept., 1689. 



Children of Robert [i] and Ann Isbell. 

I. ELEAZER ISBELL [2] married at New London, Conn., 1 Nov., 
1668, with Elizabeth French, and settled at Killingworth, Conn., where 
he died 2 Sept., 1677, having made his will 27 Aug., 1677. There is 
evideflce that he was at Killingworth as early as 1665. 

II. HANNAH ISBELL [2] married at New London, Conn., 6 Aug., 
1668, with Thomas Stedman, of New London, and, after his death, with 
John Fox, of New London, as his second wife. 

WILL OF ELEAZER ISBELL. 

"I will & bequeth vnto my son Robart my housings & all my Lands 
hear in Kenellworth : and vnto my daughter Elisabeth I will teen 
pounds & vnto my Louing wife I will vnto hear the whoelL im- 
proouement of this my housing & Lands dewring the time of hear widdow- 
hood : & in case that she maries again before my son has atained vnto 
the aige of one & twenty years that then he shall inioy the housing and 
Lands onley he shall pay vnto his mother teen pounds within a year 
after in case that she Lives vntell that time & allso vnto his sister Elis- 
abeth he shall pay hear teen pounds within three years after that he is of 
aige in case that she Hues vntell that time : and in case that my son 
Robert die before that he is of aige : that then the housing and Lands 
shall be my daughter Elisabeths at hear mothers deseas and not before : 



THE ISBELL FAMILY. 



and if Elisabeth dies before hear mother : that then it shall be my wifes 
to be at hear dispose and my Louing wife i macke my sole execkitrix as 
witness my hand August : th27 1677. 

Witness hearvnto Eliazer Isbel." 

henry Crane 
Edward Parckes." 

"South hampton on Long Island ye 3d aprell 1689. 
An a Compt of What Is payed to Elizabeth Woole ye wife of John 
Woole in part of what my father willed to her on ye contrary side paid 
by my mother for me. Robert Isbell. 

for 2 paire of sheets in pay £2 os. od. 

for 10 pound of feathers at ois. 6 per pound 

for a peler beeare & a towel at 3s. 

for an iron pot at at ten 

for a chaaf head at three sheling 

for a peuter platter platter a saser & 2 bonis 

and 2 wooden platers 2 spoons and three trentchers 

for a chere at one sheling 

for a cradle piler at one sheling & 6 pence 



for a puter plater a pay 

for a childs blanket at pay 

for 6 weeks work of my Dafter Elezabeth Sayten at pay 



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Children of Eleazer [2] and Elizabeth (French) 
Isbell. 

I. ELIZABETH ISBELL, [3], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 6 Sept., 
1669; married before 1689, with John Wooley (sometimes written 
Woole); perhaps he who was born at Newport, R. I., in Oct., 1659, 
son of Emanuel and Elizabeth Wooley. 

II. ROBERT ISBELL, [3], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 21 Sept., 
1671, and died young. 

III. HANNAH ISBELL [3], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 15 March, 
1674; died before her father. 

IV. ROBERT ISBELL [3], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 20 Jan., 
l675-'76; married there 15 June, 1698, with Miriam Carter, and settled 
at Killingworth, where he died 6 Feb., I7i7-'i8. His widow, Miriam 
Isbell, died at Killingworth, 23 June, 1728. 



Children of Robert [3] and Miriam (Carter) Isbell 

I. ELEAZER ISBELL [4], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 2i. Ap., 
1 700 ; died there, 14 May, 1 700. 



THE ISBELL FAMILY. 



and if Elisabeth dies before hear mother : that then it shall be my wifes 
to be at hear dispose and my Louing wife i macke my sole execkitrix as 
witness my hand August : thay 1677. 

Witness hearvnto Eliazer Isbel." 

henry Crane 
Edward Parckes." 

"South hampton on Long Island ye 3d aprell 1689. 
An a Compt of What Is payed to Elizabeth Woole ye wife of John 
Woole in part of what my father willed to her on ye contrary side paid 
by my mother for me. Robert Isbell. 



for 2 paire of sheets in pay £2 os. od. 

for 10 pound of feathers at ois. 6 per pound 

for a peler beeare & a towel at 3s. 

for an iron pot at at ten 

for a chaaf head at three sheling 

for a peuter platter platter a saser & 2 bouls ) 

and 2 wooden platers 2 spoons and three trentchers ) 

for a chere at one sheling 

for a cradle piler at one sheling & 6 pence 



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Children of Eleazer [2] and Elizabeth (French) 
Isbell. 

I. ELIZABETH ISBELL, [3], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 6 Sept., 
1669; married before 1689, with John Wooley (sometimes written 
Woole); perhaps he who was born at Newport, R. I., in Oct., 1659, 
son of Emanuel and Elizabeth Wooley. 

II. ROBERT ISBELL, [3], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 21 Sept., 
1671, and died young. 

III. HANNAH ISBELL [3], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 15 March, 
1674; died before her father. 

IV. ROBERT ISBELL [3], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 20 Jan., 
l675-'76; married there 15 June, 1698, with Miriam Carter, and settled 
at Killingworth, where he died 6 Feb., I7i7-'i8. His widow, Miriam 
Isbell, died at Killingworth, 23 June, 1728. 



Children of Robert [3] and Miriam (Carter) Isbell. 

I. ELEAZER ISBELL [4], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 2i. Ap., 
1700; died there, 14 May, 1700. 



THE ISBELL FAMILY. 



II. ABIGAIL ISBELL [4], b. at Kiningworth, Conn., i June, 
1 701 ; died there 7 July, 1727. 

III. HANNAH ISBELL [4], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 8 Oct., 
1703; and was living there 30 Ap., 1728, when she sold her share of 
her father's estate to her brother, Eleazer Isbell. 

IV. EI.EAZER ISBELL [4], b. at Killiiigworth, Conn., 31 Aug., ,5 
1705. He bought the real estate which his father left, from his brothers 
and sisters, 30 Ap., 1728, and 5 Feb., l733-'34, and settled upon it, 
in Killingworth. He married with Elizabeth French, who died at 
Killingworth, 16 Feb., i747-'48. He married (2d) 3 Dec, 1748, with 
Mary Papper. She died, and he married (3d) 29 Ap., 1754, with 
Thankful Kelsey. 

V. MARY' ISBELL [4], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 19 Ap., 1708; 
and was living at Guilford, Conn., 30 Ap., 1728, when she sold to 
her brother, Eleazer Isbell, her share of her father's estate. 

13 VI. ISRAEL ISBELL [4], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 15 July, 

1710; and was living at Milford, Conn., 5 Feb., 1733-34, when he 
sold his heritage in Killingworth for £4.0, to his brother, Eleazer Isbell. 

VII. MIRIAM ISBELL [4], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 31 Dec, 
1712. 

15 VIII. NOAH ISBELL [4], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 20 Aug., 27 

1 71 7; a shoemaker; was living there 5 Ap., 1739, when he sold his 
heritage to his brother, Eleazer Jsbell. He married with Jerusha Gris- 
wold, who died 21 March, 1745. He married (2d) at Killingworth 
28 Dec, 1748, with Jerusha Ward. They settled, about 1770, at 
Lenox, Mass., where he joined the Church, in 1771, and died 18 Oct., 
1801. Did not he marry (3d) 2 Jan., 1775, with Sarah Dudley, who 
was born at Guilford, Conn., 20 Ap., 1723, widow of Capt. Peleg 
Redfield, of Guilford, who married 25 Ap., 1744 and died S Dec, 1760? 
(See the Redfield Genealogy, p. 20.) His will, dated 1794, was proved 
4 June, 1805. His will of 1794 seems to indicate that he was then a 
widower, as he gives the "children of his last wife," the household 
goods which belonged to their mother. 



Children of Eleazer [4] and Elizabeth (French) 
Isbell. 

16 I. PERUDA [PRUDENCE] ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth, 

Conn., 3 Aug., 1733. 



THE ISBELL FAMILY. 



17 II. ROBERT ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 3 Feb., 38 
1 736 ; had wife, Lois. 

18 III. "ABIAL" ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth, Conn., i8 Ap., 
1738. 

IV. EL^AZER ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 7 Ap., 43 

1740; married there, 28 Ap., 1763, with Hannah Parmelee. He was 
it soldier in the French war, in the campaign of 1759, and 1760, in the 
company of Capt. Redfield, of Killingworth. 

20 V. SARAH ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth. Conn., 12 Ap., 1742. 

21 VL ISRAEL ISBELL [5], b. at KiUingworth, Conn., 21 Ap., 1744. 

22 VIL TIMOTHY ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 22 March, 
1746. 



23 VIII. ELIAS ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 5 Feb., 

l747-'48; married there, 24 Sept., 1772, with Temperance Ward. 



Children of Eleazer [4] and Mary (Hopper) Isbell. 

24 IX. JOHN ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 25 Aug., 1749. 



Children of Eleazer [4] and Thanklul (Kelsey) 
Isbell. 

25 X. MIRIAM ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 3 Oct., 1756. 

26 XI. MARY ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 14 Jan., 
1758; married there, 17 Apr., 1780, with Jabez Lane, who was bom 
there, 19 Aug., 1749. 



Children of Noah [4] and Jerusha (Griswold) Isbell. 

27 I. BATHSHEBA ISBELL [5], b. at KiUingworth, Conn., 5 Nov., 

1743. She married Fields, and was mentioned by that name 

in her father's will of 1794. 



Children of Noah [4I and Jerusha (Ward) Isbell. 

28 n. OLIVER ISBELL [5], b. at KiUingworth, Conn., 28 July 1749; 

died 10 July, 1750. 



SO 



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THE ISBELL FAMILY. 



29 III. OLIVER ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 5 Ap., 1751 ; , 
though the town record seems erroneously to say "1750." He married 
with Sarah Wilson, and was living at Lenox, Mass., from 1772 to 1786. 
He was named in his father's will of 1 794. 

30 IV. NOAH ISBELL [5], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 26 Oct., 1753. 
He was not named in his father's will, and, probably, died without 
children, and before his father. 

31 V. EBER ISBELL [5], b. at Salisbury, Conn., about 1755; was 60 
living at Lenox, Mass., in 1 782, with wife Betsey ; and about 1 786 
they removed to Oneida county, N. Y. 

32 VI. JERUSHA ISBELL [5], b. at Salisbury, Conn., about 1757 65 
or 1758; married with Ichabod Hamlin, and dwelt in Lenox, Mass. 
She was named in her father's will of 1 794. , 



33 VII. ELI ISBELL [5], b. at Salisbury, Conn., 27 July, 1760; 
married 15 Sept., 1781, with Sally Hadaway, who was born 6 Nov., 
1760. They settled at Lenox, Mass.; removed about 1786 or 1787, to 
Charlton, N. Y., and thence to Galway, N. Y., about 1794. 

34 VIII. ASENATH ISBELL [5], b. about 1763. Was named in 
her father's will. 

35 IX. NATHAN ISBELL [5], b. at Salisbury, Conn., 30 July, 
1765; removed, with his father, about 1771, to Lenox, Mass.; married 
at West Hartford, Conn., 4 June, 1789, with Abigail Smith, of West 
Hartford, where she was born, 22 Dec, 1764. He joined the Congre- 
gational Church at Lenox, in 1799; was chosen deacon, in 1808; and 
resigned the office, in 1829. He was a farmer and lumberman, owning 
and working the homestead of his father, while his mountain land 
furnished the timber whiqh he worked up in his sawmill on the East 
Street, a mile north of his farm. He was a tall, energetic, hard- 
working man, with his face deeply pitted with small-pox, which made 
a strong impression upon his young hearers when convulsed with 
emotion, in his religious zeal, as one who well remembers him, 
describes his appearance, as he stood in the winter noon-time prayer 
meetings at the "Church on the Hill," with his hands clasped, the 
tears trickling ' down his rugged cheeks, and prayed that "strength 
and will might be given to all to beat down the strongholds of Satan, 
and to build up the walls of Zion." He was a good man, whose 
memory is still cherished in Lenox, where he and his wife died; she, 
3 March, 1834; he, 7" March, 1839. 



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X. HANNAH ISBELL [5], b. at Salisbury, Conn., about 1768; 






and was namcu in ner laincr s win, 1794* one marricu wilii ' 
Hamlin, a brother of Ichabod Hamlin ; removed to the State of New 






York, and died there. 




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XI. ABNER ISBELL [5], b. at Lenox, Mass., 23 Aug., 1771 ; 
and probably died before 1 794, as he was not mentioned in his father's 






will of that year. 


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Children of Robert [5] and Lois Isbell. 


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I. ELIAB ISBELI, [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 20 Feb., 1755; 
died there, 7 Oct., 1756. 




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II. ELIAB ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., i July, 1759. 




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III. GARNER ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 2 Sept., 
1762. 




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IV. ROBERT ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conii., 29 Ap., 
1765 ; married with Sarah Snow. 


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V. TIMOTHY ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 29 Aug., 






• 1769. 


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Children of Eleazer [5] and Hannah (Parmelee) 




Isbell. 




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I. LYMAN ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 24 July, 1764. 




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II. JOEL ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 5 March, 1766. 




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III. ISRAEL ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 11 May, 1768. 




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IV. JANE ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 19 July, 1771. 




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V. AMOS ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 7 March, 1774. 




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VI. WILLIAM ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 17 May, 
1775. 




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VII. STEPHEN ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 17 March, 




1778. 


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Isbell. 




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I. JOHN ISBELL [6], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 22 F«b., 1774. 







THE ISBELL FAMILY. 


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II. TEMPERANCE ISBELL [6], b. at KiUingworth, Conn., 5 
Sept., 1776; married there, 6 Jan., 1799, with Bela Parmelee. 




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III. MARY ISBELL [6], twin, b. at KiUingworth, Conn., 17 .July, 
1780. 




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IV. ELIAS ISBELL [6], twin, b. at KiUingworth, Conn., 17 July, 
1780; married there, i Ap., 1805, with Hannah Parmelee. 


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Children of Oliver [5] and Sarah (Wilson) Isbell. 


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I. MIRIAM ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 9 Aug., 1772; mar- 
ried there, 12 Feb., 1795, with John Kingman. (See the Kingman 
records No. 26.) 




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IL SALLY ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 8 May, 1774; mar- 
ried with John Clark. 




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III. JERUSHA ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 25 July, 1776; 
married with Thomas Dowse, a Shaker. 




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IV. '"CUWAND ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 19 Feb., 1778. 
This unique name for a daughter, is very plainly written on the town 
record of Lenox. 




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V. SALOME ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 15 July, 1780; 
married with John Wicks, and had children : Oliver Wilson Wicks ; and 
Caroline Wicks, who married with Horace Tinker, of Cincinnatus, N. Y. 




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VI. SAMANTHA ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox. Mass., 4 May, 1786; 
married with George Washburn Kingman. (See the Kingman records 
No. 30.) 






Children of Eber [5] and Betsey Isbell. 




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I. EBER ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 22 Oct., 1782. 


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III. ZENO ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., in 1786; died in Ohio, 
many years ago. 




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IV. ISRAEL ISBELL [6], b. in Oneida county, N. Y., in 1788; 


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settled in Michigan, and lived to a good age. 





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V. CHAUNCEY ISBELL [6], b. in Oneida county, N. Y., in 1791 ; 


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a paper manufacturer ; married 16 Sept., 1810, with Dorcas Austin, of 


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Whitestown, N. Y. Slie was born 26 July, 1794, and died in Bartlett, 






N. Y., at the house of her son, Samuel A Isbell, 13 March, 1873. He 


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died 29 May, 1822, at Whitestown. His death was caused by his being 






bled in the arm, in an unskillful manner. 






Children of Ichabod [5] and Jerusha (Isbell) 


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I. MOLLY HAMLIN [6], b. 13 Nov., 1788, at Lenox, Mass. 




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II. LUCY HAMLIN [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 6 July, 1781 ; mar- 
ried 28 Sept., 1803, with Stephen Preston, of N. Y. 




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III. LYDIA HAMLIN [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 6 Oct., 1784; 
died in Oct., 1786. 




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IV. THIRZA HAMLIN [6J, b. at Lenox, Mass., 12 May, 1787. 




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V. ABNER ISBELL HAMLIN [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 16 Sept., 
1789; died when five months old. 




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VI. BENJAMIN LEWIS HAMLIN [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 5 
June, 1 79 1. 




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VII. CHAUNCEY HAMLIN [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 11 Feb., 
1793; married 23 Sept., 1823, with Electa Yale, of Lee, Mass., and 
"went west." 




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VIII. SAMUEL HAMLIN [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 27 Nov., 1795 






Children of Eli [5] and Sally (Hadaway) Isbell. 


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I. NOAH ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 17 June, 1782. 




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II. OLIVER ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 19 Feb., 1784; 
married 30 Jan., 1812, with Sally Eayers, daughter of Ebenezer and 
Clemence (Weld) Eayers, formerly of Boston, Mass. They settled at 
Eaton, Madison county, N. Y., where she died 22 May, 1867, and he 
26 Feb., 1871. 


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III. HULDAH ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 6 Jan., 1786. 





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IV. LYDIA ISBFXL [6], b. at Charlton, Saratoga county, N. Y., 
4 Dec, 1787. 

V. ANNA ISBELL [6] b. at Charlton, N. Y., 25 June, 1789. 

VI. SALLY ISBELL [6], b. at Charlton, N. Y., 21 March, 1793. 

VII. ELI ISBELL [6], b. at Galway, Saratoga county, N. Y., 5 
Oct., 1795. 



Children of Nathan [5] and Abigail (Smith) Isbell. 

I. NANCY ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., lo March, 1790; mar- 
ried 4 Ap., 1820, with William Dauchy, of Salisbury, Conn. She died 
II March, 1826, at Hudson, N. Y. 

II. ABNER ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 8 Jan., 1792; a 
woollen manufacturer; married 18 Aug., 1818, with Nancy G. Perry, 
of Tinmouth, Vt., who was born 22 Jan., 1800, daughter of Cyrus Perry. 
She died at South Lee, Mass., 22 Aug., 1829. He married (2d) 10 
Oct., 1831, with Elizabeth R. Goodspeed, of Lenox Furnace, Mass. 
He carried on his business at South Lee and at Lenox Furnace. In 
the summer of 1839, he removed to West Eaton, Madison Co., N. Y. 
She died at Morrisville, N. Y., and was buried at North Adams, Mass. 
He returned to Massachusetts, and died 21 Dec, 1872, at North Adams. 

III. HARRIET ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 4 Feb. 1794; 
man-ied 25 Nov., 1813, with Elijah Peck, son of Elisha and Lucretia 
(Patterson) Peck, of Lenox, where he was born 7 Oct., 1791. He was 
a tinner, and owned one of the five tin gjiops belonging to the Peck 
family on East Street in Lenox, within a mile of each other. He 
dwelt on the old homestead on East Street, till about 1830; then re- 
moved to Pittsfield, Mass., where she died 12 Sept., 1832. He died 
5 Oct., 1879. 

IV. ALVIN ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 28 Ap., 1796; mar- 
ried, in 1818, with Lucy Ann Swan, of Lenox. He removed to the 
State of New York, then returned to Lenox, and finally settled at 
Hadley, Lapeer Co., Michigan, where he died 15 Oct., 1863. 

' V. BETSEY ISBELL [6J, b. at Lenox, Mass., 17 March, 1798; 
joined the Congregational Church there, in 1820; married there, 22 
Aug., 1822, with Ira Nash, of Sandy Hill, N. Y.; and died 6 Feb., 1824. 

VI. NATHAN ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 23 Jan., 1801 ; 
a farmer; married 4 June, 1823, with Sophia Jarvis, of Lanesborough, 



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Mass. He settled on a part of his father's farm, on East Street, Lenox ; 
afterward bought another on the same street, where he built a new 
house and -dwelt until 1841, then removed with his family to Denmark, 
Lee Co., Iowa, where he died 8 May, 1856. 

VII. WILLIAM ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 7 Feb., 1803; 
a farmer; married 22 Jan., 1832, with Mary Prout, of Tyringham, 
Mass., who was born at Middletown, Conn., 20 Ap., 1806. They 
dwelt in Lenox till the spring of 1871, then removed to Tyringham, 
where they died; she 22 Oct., 1873; he, 24 Feb., 1874. They were 
buried in Tyringham. 

VIII. CHAUNCEY ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., 6 June, 1805 ; 
removed to the State of New York, and married 30 Ap., 1830, with 
Jane Hutton, of Brunswick, N. Y., who was born 14 June, 1805. 
About 1833 they settled in Lenox, and, in 1854, the whole househould 
removed to Aurora, 111., where he died 30 Nov., 1857. She was living 
there, in 1888. They joined the Church at Lenox, in 1835, and were 
dismissed, in 1854. 

IX. LURA ISBELL [6], b. at Lenox, Mass., II Jan., 1808; and 
died there, at her father's house, 30 Ap., 1834, unmarried. 



144 



145 



Children of Robert [6] and Sarah (Snow) Isbell. 



41 



90 
91 

92 
93 
94 

95 



I. ARIEL ISBELL [7], b. at Killingworth, Conn.; married with 
Zaidee Porter. 

II. NANCY ISBELL [7], b. at Killingworth, Conn.; married with 
Julius Benton, of Guilford, Conn. 

III. POLLY ISBELL [7], b. at Killingworth, Conn. 

Query. Is she that Mary Isbell, of Killingworth, who married at 
Durham, Conn., 7 Aug., 1825, with Denis Gillum, of Durham? 

IV. AUSTIN ISBELL [7], b. at Killingworth, Conn. 

V. HARLOW ISBELL [7], b. at Killingworth, Conn. 

VI. RUFUS ISBELL [7], b. at Killingworth, Conn. 

VII. SARAH ISBELL [7], b. at Killingworth, Conn.; married 
with Shelly, of Madison, Conn. 



150 





THE ISBELL FAMILY. 


15 




Children of Elias [6] and Hannah (^armelee) 


53 




Isbell. 




96 


I. ORLAND WATSON ISBELL [7], b. at KiUingworth, Conn., 
25 Feb., 1806 ; married with Amanda Doolittle. 


151 


97 


II. HANNAH ALMIRA ISBELL [7], b. at KiUingworth, Conn., 
4 June, 1808. 






Children of Chauncey [6] and Dorcas (Austin) 


64 




Isbell. 




98 


L ALZINA ISBELL [7], b. at Whitestown, N. Y , 9 May, 1812; 
married 2 March, 1831, with Zebulon Downing; and died 15 June, 1878. 




99 


II. ZENO ISBELL [7], b. at Whitestown, N. Y., 20 June, 1813; 
died 30 Dec. 1835. 




lOO 


III. SAMUEL A. ISBELL [7], b. at Whitestown, N. Y., 31 Jan., 
1815 ; married 13 Feb., 1838, with Jane Richardson, who was bom in 
the Society of Friends ; joined the Baptist Church, of Bartlett, N. Y., 
when eleven years old, and died 30 Oct., 1885. He worked as a builder 
from the age of sixteen to sixty, since which he has worked his dairy 
farm, in Bartlett, and has been treasurer and salesman of the cheese 
factory for eleven years. 


154 


lOI 


IV. HARRIET ISBELL [7], b. at Whitestown, N. Y., 11 March, 
1816; married 17 Nov., 1832, with Daniel Chapman, and died 13 
March, 1833. 




I02 


V. SUSAN ISBELL [7], b. at Whitestown, N. Y., 8 July, 1817; 
married 4 March, 1836, with Marinus Niles, and died 17 May, 1867. 




103 


VI. WILLIAM ISBELL [7], b at Whitestown, N. Y., 7 May, 
1819; died 21 May, 1848. 




104 


VIi: AUSTIN ISBELL [7], b. at Whitestown, N. Y., 15 Aug., 
1820; died 12 May, 1821. 




los 


Vlir. SEVILLA ISBELL [7], b. at Whitestown, N. Y., 20 Feb., 
1822; married 3 Jan., 1843, with Edwin R. Barratt, and was living, in 
1888, at Canastota, N. Y. 





i6 


THE ISBELL FAMILY. 






Children of Oliver [6] and Sally (Eayers) Isbell. 


74 


io6 


I. MARY ANN EAYERS ISBELL [7], b. at Eaton, N. Y., 17 
Nov., :8i2; died in Jan., 1848. 




107 


n. VIOLETTA ANTOINETTE ISBELL [7], b. at Eaton, N. Y., 
2 Oct., 1814, 




108 


IIL ELI JUDSON ISBELL [7], b. at Eaton, N. Y., 24 Feb., 
1818; married 7 Nov., 1850, with Lydia Louisa Shipman, daughter 
of Silas and Phebe Shipman, of Eaton, where she was born 11 Oct., 
1828. They settled in Eaton, on the farm where he was born, and 
were still living there in July, 1 888. 


157 


109 


IV. LUCRETIA WELD ISBELL [7], b. at Eaton, N. Y., 19 Ap., 
1820; and died 30 Ap., 1858. 




no 


V. ASA PALMER ISBELL [7], b. at Eaton, N. Y., 26 June, 
1826. 




III 


VI. BETSEY DOROTHY. ISBELL [7], b. at Eaton, N. Y., 12 
Dec, 1828; and died 23 Ap., 1853. 




112 


VII. FRANCIS URIAH ISBELL [7], b. at Eaton, N. Y., 23 
Ap., 1831. 






Children of William and Nancy [6] (Isbell) Dauchy. 


85 


"3 


I NANCY LOUISA DAUCHY [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 17 June, 
1821 ; on the death of her mother she was adopted by her grand- 
father, Nathan Isbell; married with Calvin Mattoon, of Lenox, and 
was living in Jersey City, N. J., in Aug., 1888. 




114 


H. HARRIET ABIGAIL DAUCHY [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 30 
Dec, 1823 ; was adopted by her grandfather, Nathan Isbell, of Lenox ; 
married 8 June, 1843, with Daniel Sizer, and was living at Syracuse, 
N. Y., in Aug., 1888. 




"S 


HI. WILLIAM HENRY DAUCHY [7], b. at Hudson, N. Y., 
II Jan., 1826; was adopted by his father's mother, in Salisbury, Conn.; 
nianied, and was living at New Haven, Conn., in Aug., 1888. 







THE ISBELL FAMILY. 


17 




Children of Abner [6] and Nancy (Perry) Isbell. 


81 


ii6 


I. CYRUS PKRRY ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox Furnace, Mass., 
3 Aug., 1819; married with Sarah Manchester, of North Adams, Mass., 
and died there, without children. 




117 


II. ABNER LEONARD ISBELL [7], b. at South Lee, Mass., 10 
March, 1821 ; married 10 Oct., 1844, with Julia W. Bradley, daughter 
of Elisha and Sophronia (Jarvis) Bradley, of Lee, Mass., where she 
was born. He married (2d) with Jerusha E. Smith, of North Adams, 
and he was living there, in Aug., 1888. 


161 


118 


III. NANCY ELIZABETH ISBELL [7], b. at South Lee, Mass., 
8 Oct., 1822; unmarried; died at North Adams, Mass., 17 Nov., 1859. 




119 


IV. ABIGAIL ISBELL [7], b. at South Lee, Mass., and died 
there, in her infancy. No record has been found. 






Children of Abner [6] and Elizabeth R. (Good- 


81 




speed) Isbell. 




120 


V. CHARLES HENRY ISBELL [7J, died at North Adams, 
Mass., 26 Ap., 1884. 




121 


VI. HARRIET P. ISBELL [7], married with Richard Took, and 
died, in 1888, at Pratt's Hollow, Madison Co., N. Y. 




122 


VII. MARY ISBELL [7], died at West Eaton, N. Y. 




123 


VIII. VOLNEY ISBELL [7]. 




124 


IX. MARINETTE ISBELL [7]. 




125 


X. CASSIUS M. ISBELL [7], died at West Eaton, N. Y. 




126 


XI. ALBERT ISBELL [7]. 




127 


XII. EDWARD ISBELL [7]. 


82 


Children of Elijah and Harriet [6] (Isbell) Peck. 


128 


I. OLIVER PECK [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 29 Jan., 1815; died 




» 


5 June, 181 7. 




129 


H. ELIZABETH PECK [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 2 May, i8i8; 
died 17 March, 1843. 





i8 THE ISBELL FAMILY. 



130 III. JULIA HARRIET PECK [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 2 Sept., 
1820; lived at Pittsfield, Mass., in 1888. 

131 IV. RHODA ANN PECK [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 12 July, 1822; 
died 21 Jan., 1825. 

'32 V. MARY ABIGAIL PECK [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., i Aug., 1824; 

married 17 June, 1847, with William Leslie, and died 14 Sept., 1849. 

133 VI. NANCY PECK [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 14 March, 1827; 

married 11 June, 1856, with John J. Davis, who died 30 Dec., 1856. 

■34 VII. CHARLES OLIVER PECK [7], b. at Pittsfield, Mass., 

5 May, 1832, married 1857, with AUie Overhiser; and was living at 
Pittsfield, in Aug., 1888. 



Children of Alvin [6] and Lucy Ann (Swan) Isbell. ^3 

13s I. OSCAR ISBELL [7]. 

'36 II. LUCY ISBELL [7]. 



Children of Nathan [6] and Sophia (Jarvis) Isbell. 85 

137 I- BETSEY JANE ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 2i May, 1824. 

138 II. HORACE SMITH ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 18 Ap., 
1825. 

139 in. OLIVER CHURCH ISBELL [7] b. at Lenox, Mass., I2 
Nov., 1827. 

140 IV. CELIA ABAGAIL ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 12 Sept., 
1830. 

141 V. SOPHRONIA ELVIRA ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 16 
Nov., 1834. 

142 VI. FELICIA MINERVA ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 29 
May, 1836. 

143 VII. GEORGE THOMPSON ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 
18 Oct., 1839. 





THE ISBELL FAMILY. 


19 




Child of William [6] and Mary (Prout) Isbell. 


86 


144 


I. WILLIAM HENRY ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., in Jan., 
1842; graduated with honor at College, and then chose to educate 
himself as a superintendent of a cotton factory, and succeeded admi- 
rably. He died at Lewiston, Me., 26 Oct., 1873, of a fever brought 
by overwork at his business; and was buried at Tyringham, Mass. 






He was unmarried. 


87 


Children of Chauncey [6] and Jane (Hutton) Isbell. 


145 


I. LEVI HUTTON ISBELL [7], b. at Pittsfield, Mass., 27 Jan., 
1832; married 1 Sept., 1859, with Harriet Newell Fuller, of Aurora, 
111., where she died 15 Ap., 1887. He was living there in Aug., 1888. 


166 


146 


IL EDGAR KENNEY ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 17 Oct., 
1833; married 31 March, 1869, with Alice Hitchcock, of Illinois, and 
settled at Aurora, 111., where they were living in August, 1888, with- 
out children. 




147 


III. ANNETTE ELIZABETH ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 
24 Oct., 1835; married 19 Nov., 1857, with Schuyler William Strong, 
son of Dea. William Jagger and Caroline (Blodget) Strong, who was 
born at Napierville, 111., 22 Oct,, 1834; a farmer; settled, in 1866, 
at Fairfax, Iowa; where they were living in August, 1888, without 
children. (See the Strong Genealogy, page 525)."' 




148 


IV. CALVIN SMITH ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., II Sept., 
1837; and died there 15 March, 1838. 


' 


149 


V. AMELIA CELESTIA ISBELL [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 19 
Ap,, 1840; married 31 Dec, 1867, with Birney Yates Hagadone, 


170 




who died 13 July, 1884. 


98 


Child of Ariel [7] and Zaidee (Porter) Isbell. 


ISO 


I. LEWIS CLARK ISBELL [8], b. at Killingworth, Conn., ii 
Oct., 1815; married with Miss Griswold, of North Guilford, 






Conn. 


96 


Children of Orland Watson [7] and Amanda 




(Doolittle) Isbell. 




151 


I. JOHN N. ISBELL [8], married with Ellen S. Loveland, and 
settled in New Haven, Conn. 





„ 


THE ISBELL FAMILY. 




IS2 


II. ELIAS S. ISBELL [8], b. at Killingworth, Conn.; married 
at Killingworth, 17 Oct , 1858, with Lodoiska Kelsey. She died there 
22 Oct., i860. He married (2d) with Sarah M. Norton, of Chester, 
Conn. She died at KiUingworth, 17 May, 1866. He married (3d) 
at Killingworth 2 June, 1867, with Ellen J. Phelps. 


172 


153 


in. EMILY ISBELL [8]. 


100 


Children of Samuel A. [7] and Jane (Richardson) 




Isbell. 




154 


I. HARRIET PATIENCE ISBELL [8], b. i8 March, 1840; died 
28 , 1858. 




"55 


II. ANNETTE CARY ISBELL [8], b. — Aug., 1845; married 
23 Dec, 1868, with Arthur D. Lee, and was livmg in Bartlett, N. Y., 
in 1888. 




156 


III. JESSIE ISABELLA ISBELL [8], b. Sept., 1849; married 
10 Feb., 1874, with Joseph Burrell, who served three years in the war 
of 1 86 1, in the 117th Reg., N. Y. S. Volunteers, without a day in the 






hospital. 


108 


Children of Eli Judson [7] and Lydia Louisa 




(Shipman) Isbell. 




, 157 


I. HELEN LUCINDA ISBELL [8], b. at Eaton, N. Y., 23 Sept., 
1852. 




158 


II. FRANK FULTON ISBELL [8], b. at Eaton, N. Y., 16 May, 
1855. 




159 


III. CHARLES PALMER ISBELL [8], b. at Eaton. N. Y., 14 

March, 1857. 




i6o 


IV. EDWIN REED ISBELL [8], b. at Eaton, N. Y., 10 Sept., 






1861. 


117 


Children of Abner Leonard [7] and Julia W. 




(Bradley) Isbell. 




i6i 


I. EVELYN AUGUSTA ISBELL [8], b. at North Lee, Mass., 
20 Aug., 1845. 







THE ISBELL FAMILY. 


21 


l62 


II. ABNER DELANO ISBELL [8], b. at South Lee, Mass., 8 






Jan., 1848. 


117 


Children of Abner Leonard [7] and Jerusha 




(Smith) Isbell, 




163 


III. JULIA HELEN ISBELL [8], b. at North Adams, Mass., 
I Sept., 1856. 




164 


IV. CHARLES ISBELL [8], b. at North Adams, Mass., 23 Dec, 
1863. 




165 


V. MARY ELLEN ISBELL [8], b. at North Adams, Mass., 22 






Nov., 1867. 


I4S 


Children of Levi Hutton [7] and Harriet Newell 




(Fuller) Isbell. 




i66 


I. KATIE ANNETTE ISBELL [8], b. at Aurora, 111., 3 May, 
1861. 




167 


II. ALLAN l^-ULLER ISBELL [8], b. at Aurora, 111., 21 Sept., 
1863. 




168 


III. NANNIE E. ISBELL [8], b. at Aurora, 111., 18 Aug., 1870; 
and died there, 4 March, 1886. 




169 


IV. ETHEL HUTTON ISBELL [8], b. at Aurora, 111., 13 Aug., 






1879; and died there, 25 Dec, 1887. 


149 


Children of Birney Yates and Amelia Celestia [7] 




(Isbell) Hagadone. 




170 


I. CLINTON ARDELL HAGADONE [8], b. 29 Nov., 1869. 




171 


11. ELMER BEDELL HAGADONE [8J, b. 31 Jan., 1874. 


152 


Children of Elias S. [8] and Ellen J. (Phelps) Isbell. 


172 


I. ELNORA LOISE ISBELL [9], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 9 
Ap., 1868. ~ 





THE ISBELL FAMILY. 



173 II. JOHN WATSON ISBEl-L [9], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 16 

May, 1870. 

>74 III. VICTORIA ALIDA ISBELL [9], b. at Killingworth, Conn., 

19 March, 1879. 



Miscellaneous. 



17s BENILLA ISBELL m. at Durham, Conn., 15 Sept., 1826, with 

Albin Shipman. 

'76 WILLIS B. ISBELL was postmaster at Westville, Conn., about 

1885. 

■7^ "JOHN D. ISBELL was born in Naugatuck, Conn., in 1840 ; went 

to Springfield, Mass., in 1858, as a clerk in H. N. Carter's store; joined 
Christ Church and became Superintendent of the Sunday school. He 
was commissioned a Lieutenant of Co. H, of the 18th Massachusetts 
regiment ; served through the Peninsula campaign, and died of typhoid 
fever at Harrison's Landing in July, 1862; a bright, manly, enthusiastic 
nature — a true christian and soldier." The Grand Army Post at Na.ug- 
atuck. Conn., was named after him. (See the Springfield Republican of 
26 July, 1885). 






THE KINGMAN FAMILY. 



I. HENRY KINGMAN [l], of Weymouth, Mass., was born in 
England, about 1595, and came to New England March 20, 1635 C^^- 
cording to the ship's manifest); was admitted a freeman 3 March, 
l63S-'36; was licensed 3 March, l635-'36, to keep the ferry at Wey- 
mouth during the pleasure of the General Court, and was authorized 
12 March, l636-'37, "to take two pence a peece for transportation of 
people" across it; was licensed 6 June, 1637, to keep a house of enter- 
tainment at Weymouth; was a grand juror in 1637, representative in 
1638 and 1652, committee to lay out highways in 1649 ; and his wife, 
Joanna, died 11 April, 1659. His will was dated 4 March, 1667. 



Children of Henry [i] and Joanna Kingman. 

I. HENRY KINGMAN [2], died at Weymouth, Mass., in May, 
1660 

II. EDWARD KINGMAN [2], was mentioned in his father's will 
24 May, 1666 ; died unmarried. 

III. THOMAS KINGMAN [2], was mentioned m his father's will 
24 May, 1666; was a freeman, in 1 681. He had wife, Rebecca, as 
early as 1664. 

IV. JOHN KINGMAN [2], was mentioned in his father's will 24 
May, 1666; had wife, Elizabeth, as early as 1664; was a freeman, in 
1666; removed from Weymouth to Bridgewater, Mass., about 1685, 
and settled on the farm, which was afterward occupied by Caleb King- 
man, where he died, in 1690. 

V. KINGMAN [2], was named in her father's will 24 May, 

1666, as "my daughter, Barnard." 



24 THE KINGMAN FAMILY. 



13 



VI. KINGMAN [2], was named in her father's will 24 May, 

1666, as " my daughter, Holbrook." 

VII. BRIDGET KINGMAN [2], was named in her father's will 
24 May, 1666, as "my daughter, Davis." She married 13 Dec, 1649, 
with Tobias Davis, of Roxbury, Mass. 



Children of John [2] and Elizabeth Kingman. 

I. JOHN KINGMAN [3], b. at Weymouth, Mass., 30 Ap., 1664 ; 
married at Bridgewater, Mass., 1690, with Desire Harris- 

II. HENRY KINGMAN [3], b. at Weymouth, Mass., 11 May, 
1668 ; married at Bridgewater, Mass., 1693, with Bethiah Howard. 

III. SAMUEL KINGMAN [3], b. at Weymouth, Mass., 28 May, 16 
1670 ; married at Bridgewater, Mass., I Jan., 1696, with Mary Mitchell. 
His will of 1740 was proved, 1742. He left a widow, Hannah, probably 
his second wife, and perhaps she married (2d), in 1751, with John Wade. 

IV. ELIZABETH KINGMAN [3], b. at Weymouth, Mass., 9 
July, 1673; married at Bridgewater, Mass., I Jan., 1696, with Thomas 
Mitchell. 

V. DELIVERANCE KINGMAN [3], b. at Weymouth, Mass., 
12 March, 1676; married at Bridgewater, Mass., I Jan., 1696, with 
Jacob Mitchell. 



14 VI. SUSANNA KINGMAN [3], b. at Weymouth, Mass., in 
March, 1678, and died soon after. 

15 VII. SUSANNA KINGMAN [3], b. at Weymouth, Mass., 12 
Ap., 1679; married at Bridgewater, Mass., 6 Dec, 1699, with Chilton 
Latham. 



Children of Samuel [3] and Mary (Mitchell) 
Kingman. 

,6 I. SUSANNA KINGMAN [4], b. at Bridgewater, Mass., 1697; 

married, about 1718, with Solomon Packard, of Bridgewater. 

jy II. JOHN KINGMAN [4], b. at Bridgewater, Mass., 1699; mar- 

ried, 1722, with Sarah Kingman, of Weymouth, Mass., daughter of 
Thomas Kingman. 





THE KINGMAN FAMILY. 


?S 


i8 


III. JOANNA KINGMAN [4], b. at Bridgewater, Mass., 1701 ; 
married, 1723, with Akerman Pettingill, of Bridgewater. 




19 


IV. JANE KINGMAN [4], b. at Bridgewater, Mass., 1704 ; mar- 
ried, 1730, with her cousin, Isaac Kingman, of Bridgewater. 




20 


V. MARY KINGMAN [4], b. at Bridgewater, Mass., 1706; mar- 
ried, 1739, with Benjamin Vickery. 




21 


VI. SAMUEL KINGMAN [4], b. at Bridgewater, Mass., 13 May, 
1710; married 3 Feb., 1737, with Phebe Washburn. 


22 




Children of Samuel [4] and Phebe (Washburn) 


21 




Kingman. 




22 


I. EUNICE KINGMAN [5], b. at Bridgewater, Mass., 29 Dec, 
1737- 




23 


II. HANNAH KINGMAN [5], b. at Bridgewater, Mass., 22 Oct., 
1740. 




24 


III. PHEBE KINGMAN [5], b. at Bridgewater, Mass., 5 Aug.; 
1742. 




zS 


IV. MITCHELL KINGMAN [5], b. perhaps at Bridgewater, Mass., 
in 1744; married, about 1769, with Keturah Latimer, daughter of John 
and Anna (Grimes) Latimer,* of Wethersfield, Conn., where she was 
born 22 Nov., 1748. They dwelt in Wethersfield during the Revolu- 
tionary War, in which he served as a soldier ; afterward removed to 
Canaan, Conn., and thence, in 179S, to Addison, Vt., and from there, 
in 1810, to Cincinnatus, N. Y., where they died; he, 22 Oct., 1819, 
aged 75 years; she, 18 Ap., 1835, aged 85 years and 6 months. 


26 




Children of Mitchell [S] and Keturah (Latimer) 


25 




Kingman. 




26 


I. JOHN KINGMAN [6], b. at Wethersfield, Conn., 5 Oct., 1770; 
married at Lenox, Mass., 12 Feb., 1795, with Miriam Isbell, of Lenox, 
where she was born 9 Aug., 1772, daughter of Oliver and Sarah (Wilson) 


35 


* John Latimer married at Wethersfield, 23 Feb., 1738, with Anna 
Grimes. They dwelt there during life, and died there; he, 24 Jan., 
1792; she, 14 Jan., 1797. 



26 THE KINGMAN FAMILY. 



Isbell. (See Isbell records No. 54.) They dwelt in Lenox till 1798, 
then removed to Cincinnatus, N. Y., where he built the first store and 
schoolhouse, and kept the first inn. He became a Colonel of militia ; 
was Supervisor of the town for eleven years in succession, and held 
other town offices. They died at Cincinnatus; she, 8 Dec, 1854; he, 
30 Jan., 1859. 

27 II. HANNAH KINGMAN [6], b. in 1772 ; married with Luther 
Ferre, and died at Bridport, Vt., 24 Nov., 1832, aged 60 years. He 
died at Bridport, 10 July, 1848, aged 76 years. 

28 HI. PHEBE KINGMAN [6], married with Carpenter ; and, 

after his death, married (2d) 14 June, 1802, with Gamaliel Case, of 
Bridport, Vt., who died, in 1813. 

^9 IV. MITCHELL KINGMAN [6], b. at Wethersfield, Conn., 3 

May, 1779; dwelt, in his youth, at Canaan, Conn.; removed, in 1795, 
to Addison, Vt., and thence, in 1796, to Bridport, Vt., where he 
married with Sarah A. Crane, of Bridport. He died there, 6 Sept., 
1863 ; she, 7 Aug., 1862, aged 71 years, i month, and 10 days. 

^° V. GEORGE WASHBURN KINGMAN [6], b. in Rutland, Vt., 

12 Sept., 1783; married, about 1806 or 1807, with Samantha Isbell, 
daughter of Oliver Isbell. (See the Isbell records, No. 59.) They 
settled in Ashford, Cattaraugus Co., N. Y., and died there; she, 6 
May, 1865 ; he, in 1867, aged 84 years. Their farm, two miles east 
of the village of Springville, they sold, and spent the remainder of 
their lives with their son, George Kingman, about three miles south 
of Springville. 

3' VI. JUSTUS KINGMAN [6], b. date not found ; went with his 

parents to Addison, Vt.; removed to Pompey, N. Y., and thence to 
Pennsylvania. Married with Patty Lewis. 

3^ VII. POLLY KINGMAN [6], married with Amos Pangburn, of 

Chittenden, Vt. 

33 VIII. HULDAH KINGMAN [6], died in 1819, unmarried. 

34 IX. HARRIET KINGMAN [6], married at Cincinnatus, N. Y , 
with Aaron Root, and died at Pitcher Springs, N. Y., in 1835. 



Children of John [6] and Miriam (Isbell) Kingman. 26 

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THE KINGMAN FAMILY. 27 



married 4 Dec, 1819, with Betsey Brown, who was born i June, 1794, 
daughter of David Brown, of Northeast, Dutchess Co., N. Y. They 
settled in Cincinnatus, N. Y., and died there ; she, 16 Oct., 1861 ; he, 
12 Oct., 1880. He was a merchant, and for twenty years an Associate 
Judge of Cortland county, and represented the county in the Assembly 
of New York, in 1834. 



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II. JOHN KINGMAN [7], b. at Lenox, Mass., 13 Oct., 1797; 
married 27 Oct., 1823, with Louisa Rockwell, daughter of Ezra Rock- 
well, of Cincinnatus, N. Y., where she was born, 16 Oct., 1803. They 
settled at Cincinnatus, and died there ; she, 2 Ap., 1873 ; he, 26 Oct., 
1884. He was a merchant and farmer, and represented the county of 
Cortland in the Assembly of New York, in 1844. 

37 IIL CHARLES KINGMAN [7], b. at Cincinnatus, N. Y., 6 March, 
1800; married with Nancy Root, daughter of Col. Daniel Root, of 
Pitcher, and died at Mattoon, 111., in 1864. 

38 IV. LYMAN KINGMAN [7], b. at Cincinnatus, N. Y., 4 May, 
1802; married 28 June, 1827, with Deborah Rawson Keith, daughter 
of Luther and Mary (Hooker) Keith, of Caroline, N. Y., where she was 
born, 10 Oct., 1806. He was a farmer and merchant, and was Super- 
peivisor of Caroline for seven years. They died on his farm, two miles 
north of Speedsville, N. Y. ; he, 11 Sept., 1882, and she, 9 Oct., 1888. 

39 V. GEORGE ISBELL KINGMAN [7], b. at Cincinnatus, N.. Y., 
5 Sept., 1804; married 19 March, 1832, with Mary S. Osgood, daughter 
of John Osgood. They settled at Cincinnatus, where he died, 23 Dec, 
1863. He was a merchant, afterward a farmer, and served the public as 
Postmaster, Supervisor, Town Clerk, and Member of Assembly in 1856. 

40 VI. LEROY V^ILSON KINGMAN [7], b. at Cincinnatus, N. Y., 
9 Aug., 1808; a merchant; married 8 May, 1837,* with Maria Liver- ^y 
more, daughter of Col. William and Sally (Loring) Livermore, of 
Spencer, Mass., where she was born, 14 June, 1813. They dwelt in 
Speedsville, N. Y., till 1849, then removed to Owego, N. Y., where he 
died, 2 March, 1 861. He was Clerk of the county of Tioga during two 
terms, from 1853 to 1859. 

41 VII. HARRIET KINGMAN [7], t- at Cmcinnatus, N. Y., 24 June, 
1810; died8Ap., 1841, unmarried. 

42 VIII. ALONZO KINGMAN [7], b. at Cincinnatus, N. Y., 27 Ap., 
1812; and died there, 2 Dec, 1832. 



* Draper's History of Spencer makes this date 9 April, 1837, which, 
is incorrect. 



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IX. BETSEY KINGMAN [7], b. at Cincinnatus, N. Y., 12 Dec, 
1815; married 27 Oct., 1842, with Dr. Franklin Thompson Maybury, 
of Solon, Cortland Co., N. Y. They died at Binghamton, N. Y.; he, 
18 Ap., 1880; she, 6 March, 1887. 






Children of Lyman [7] and Deborah Rawson 


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(Keith) Kingman. 




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I. LYMAN RAWSON KINGMAN [8],b. in the town of Caroline, 
Tompkins county, N. Y., n Ap., 1828; manied 26 Feb., 1851, with 
Olive Aldrich. 




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II. HELEN MATILDA KINGMAN [8], b. in Caroline, N. Y., 






I Ap., 1830; married 20 Feb., 1855, with John Higgins. 




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III. MARY ELLEN KINGMAN [8], b. in Caroline, N. Y., 28 
Oct., 1841 ; married 5 Jan., 1870, with James E. Smith. 






Children of LeRoy Wilson [7] and Maria 


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(Livermore) Kingman. 




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I. LEROY WILSON KINGMAN [8], b. at SpeedsviUe, N. Y., 
15 March, 1840; removed with his parents, to Owego, in 1849, ^^^ 
afterward went to New York city. Married 22 Dec, 1867, with Clara 
Eugenia Molau, who was born in New York city, 22 Nov., 1848, daugh- 
ter of Charles A. and Clara (Ordronaux) Molau. He returned to Owego 
in 1870, and became an associate editor and proprietor of the Owego 
Gazette; and, in 1880, the sole proprietor. She died in Owego, 30 
Nov., 1885. 


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II. WILLIAM LIVERMORE KINGMAN [8), b. at SpeedsviUe, 
N. Y., I Feb., 1842; married at Elmira, N. Y., 14 Dec, 1871, with 
Sarah Anna Morrell, daughter of Charles and Mary (Ballard) Morell, 
of Elmira, formerly of Ludlowville, N. Y., where she was born, 30 
June, 1844. He is the General Coal Agent of the New York Central 
& Hudson River Railroad Company; residing at Rochester, N. Y., in 
June, 1888. 


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III. STELLA MARIA KINGMAN [8], b. at SpeedsviUe, N. Y., 
16 May, 1845 ; married 24 June, 1874, with Henry Campbell, of Owego, 

N. Y. 


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THE KINGMAN FAMILY. 


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IV. EMILY LORING KINGMAN [8], b. at Owego, N. Y., 24 
July. i8SS- 




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V. HELEN ELIZABETH KINGMAN [8], b. at Owego, N. Y., 
13 Nov., i860; married 12 Oct., 1887, with Charles Kirk Eastwood, 
of Owego, who was born at Piqua, Miami Co., Ohio, 17 Ap., 1858, 
son of Sidney Smith and Margaret Jane (Johnston) Eastwood. 






Children of LeRoy Wil'son [8] and Clara 


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Eugenia (Molau) Kingman. 




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I. WILLIAM LIVERMORE KINGMAN [9], b. in Eighty-fifth 
Street, between Third and Fourth Avenues, New York city, 7 Nov., 
1868. (The houses in that part of the city were scattering and not 
numbered at that time.) 




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II. CHARLES MOLAU KINGMAN [9], b. at 221 East ii2tH 
Street, New York city, 24 May, 1870. 




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III. JOHN ORDRONAUX KINGMAN, [9], b. at Owego, N. Y., 
9 May, 1873 ; died 12 Dec, 1873. 




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IV. LEROY KINGMAN [9]. b. at Owego, N. Y., i May, 1874. 


1 


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V. HENRY ERNST KINGMAN [9], b. at Owego, N. Y., 31 
Aug., 1875. 




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VI. OLIVER KINGMAN [9], b. at Owego, N. Y., 10 Feb., 1877. 


i.- i 


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VII. WYATT KINGMAN [9], b. at Owego, N. Y., 21 July, 1880. 




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VIII. MIRIAM KINGMAN, [9], b. at Owego, N. Y., 6 Jan., 1882. | 


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IX. MARIA KINGMAN [9], b. at Owego, N. Y., 5 Ap., 1883; 
died 20 Aug., 1883. 


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Children of William Livermore [8] and Sarah Anna 
(Morell) Kingman. 


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I. BESSIE KINGMAN [9], b. at Elmira, N. Y., 6 March, 1873. 




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II. JOHN ARNOT KINGMAN [9], b. at Elmira, N. Y., 11 Sept., 
1874- 





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Children of Henry and Stella Maria [8] 
(Kingman) Campbell. 

63 I. HENRY KINGMAN CAMPBELL [9], b. at Elmira, N. Y., iz 
Aug., 1880. 

64 II. ROBERT LIVERMORE CAMPBELL [9], b. at Elmira, N. Y., 
4 Nov., 1881. 



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