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DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 649 

[412 Bi] Lovina E. Gregory^ daughter of Lovina Porter 
(2327) and John Gregory, married June 22, 1867. Halscy II. 
Adams, of Troy, Vt 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 
5Ko3. Bertie Adams, lioru April 27, 1868. I 

5H54. Orra Adams, bom December 3, 1869. ' 

[4129.] Charles H. Porter, son o{ Charies Porter (2^28) and 
Electa Hand, married, 1870, Alice Geare. Removed to Idaho. 

Their children were [l)eing of the eighth generation :] 
r»»i5o. Eva S. Porter, bom May a, 1871, 
6856. Charles F. Porter, bom April 18, 1873. 
8867. Mynie K. Porter, bom August 7, 1875. 

f'1 1:^1,1 Elora A. Porter, daughter of Charles Porter (2328) 
and lilcita Hand, married — r-. i860. Horace W. Brotun. Resi- 
dence. Tn>y, Vt. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation 
586A. Harvey Brown, bora 1861. 

.w.ii. V.' ■■ 

6861. Gine\Ta Brown, Ikora 1867. 

[4147.] Jesse Root Grant, son of Noah Grant (2341 ; 
Anna Duell, married June i, 1820, Harriett Simpson^ daughter 
q{ John Simpson, of Montgomery county, Pa. 

'"' ' '■ " if the eighth pciRiiiioTi ;j 

.V' . 1821, married Julia B. Dfut 

• Vkl. Samuel S. Grant, bom September 23, 1835. 

il«r M, 1828. 
• lary ao, 1832. 
6H66. Orville L. Grant, bom May 15. 1835. 
5K67. Mary F. Grant, bora July 30, 1839, 

[41BD.] Olivia A. Root, daughter oi Joel Root (2445) and 
Eleanor Strong, married, 1805, Samuel Badi^cr, graduate of Yale 
College, 1805; lawyer in Philadeli'l i 1 Pi ■'am" '1i«'1 Manh 
1856. She died January 22. 1827, 




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650 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5868. Elizabeth A. Badger, born 1805, married Dr. E. B. Gardette. 

5869. Edmund R. Badger, born May 7, 1S12, married Mary A. Davis. 

5870. Sarah Badger, born April iS, 1814, married Dr. N. B. Ives. 

5871. Ellen Badger, born July i, 1816, married John Roberts. 

5872. Samuel Badger, born September i, 1818, married Cornelia Holmes. 

[41B1.] Lucy C. Root, daughter of Joel Root (2445) and 
Eleanor Strong, married January 8, 180S, Charles Atwater, mer- 
chant in New Haven, Conn. He died March 5, 1824. She died 
December 10, 1821. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5873. Sarah Atwater, born November 29, 1808, married M. B. Denman. 

5874. Charles Atwater, born January 2, 1815, married Mary Montgomery. 

5875. Elizabeth B. Atwater, born March 11, 1818, married W. S. Charnley. 

5876. Lucy R. Atwater, born March n, 1821, married Thomas Elmes. 

[41B2,] Eliza M. Roof, daughter oi Joel Root (2445) and 
Eleanor Strong, married March 5, 18 12, Samuel H. Woodrnjf, 
lawyer in Southington, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5877. Samuel Woodruflf, born December 30, 1813. 

5878. James Woodruff, born February 26, 182 1. , 

5879. Henry D. Woodruff, born Dec. 24, 1824, colonel in war of Rebellion. 

5880. Joel R. Woodruff, born August 26, 1828. 

[416 3,] Eleanor P. Root, daughter of /^^/ Root (2445) and 
Eleanor Strong, married April 30, 181 5, Reuben Rice, merchant 
in New Haven, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5881. John S. Rice, born April 5, 181 6. 

5882. George Rice, born September 26, 1817, married Emma B. Flower. 

5883. James Rice, born March 21, 1824, married Sarah E. Manville. 

5884. Eleanor P. Rice, I f married George Mygatt. 

5885. Lucy C. Rice. | ^""^ "' ^^^5. | ^^^^^ ^ ^^ ^^^^^ 

5886. Marj' D. Rice, born February 7, 1830, married F. H. Trowferidge. 

5887. Susan A. Rice, born December 30, 1831. 

[41B4,] Jeannetle F. Root, daughter oi Joel Root (2445) and 
Eleanor Strong, married December 13, 1824, Rev. Seth Bliss. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTKK. 651 

[Thomas Bliss, from England. (See :2324.) 

S^iOHii Gmtraiiou, I ■<•■•■' -• Blisi, bom in Rnglaiul, married October 
25, 1654, Lydia Wright 

'Iliird GefirmtioH, Peiatiah Bliss, bom August 19, 1674. married April 
31, 1699, Elizabeth Hikhcock, tx)m 1679, daughter of Ia'kij Hitchcock, 
of Weathcrsfjcld, Conn., from England. 

Fourth GenrratioH, Peiatiah Bliss, bora March 3, 1701, married May — , 
1723, Anne Stougftton. 

(Thomas Stoit.hton came from England to Dorchester, Ma.'w.. i6v>: 
removed to Windsor, Conn. Died September, 16K4. 

Second Generation, Thomas ' . Ixjni in England, settled in 

Hartford, and married, 1656, Matj •• ...'.< L>r/A, bora in England, daughter 
of Wii,t.iAM Wai^swukth, who came from England, in the ship " Lion," to 
Cambridge. Maaa.. 1633 ; removed to Hartford. Conn., 1636. and died 1675. 

/ ■, married January 

23. I' , 

Fourth Gemrratiom, Anne Stoughton, l»oro 170.^, man-ic«l Peiatiah Bliss. 
He died September 5, 1764, 

/ ' .?b, nuirricU April 

11,1, - -'j. 

Sixth Gmeration, /' bom August 30, 1766, married April 16, 

1790, Abigail A/unn, who Utc«i Scptemt>er 8, 1799. He died Juue I, 1813. 

Sr:rnlh Generation, Rev ' " '" .. married Deccm- 

»K-r I ^. I.SJ4. y. /^ fi^oot. Hi cr at Jcwett city. 

Conn., and died April 8, 1879. 

Tluir children were [bcitig of the eighth generation :] 

'^'^ ". •'■■ !' '•'• • »K>m October 30, 1835, marrie<l Eli/Jil>eth EcamiLr 

Jjom June 18, 1S37, married Mary A. Marlow. 
Robert Bliss, bora I^cember 3. 1828, married S. M. Handy. 

[41B6.] ChariotU A. Root, daughter oi Joel Root (2445; and 
EUattor Strong, married September 22, 1817, William J. Forbes ; 
nKrrchant in New Haven, Conn. She died December 18, 1839. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :J 
■V*01. Susan H. Forbes, bom March 16, 1819, married Benjamin Sillinian. 
William J. Forbes, bom January 19, 1831, died unmarried 1862. 
Robert W. Forbes, bom May 30, 1832, married Hauuah M. Edwurd.s. 
Charles Forbes, bom April 10, 1837. married Mary A. Alvord. 



652 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[41B B ,] Lewis Hopkms Porter, son of Nathaniel Porter (2476 J 
and Sarah Hopkins, married, 1859, Achsah M. Philbrick, of Troy, 
Maine. Residence, Plymouth, Maine. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5895. E-Ose Mary Porter, born April iS, 1863. 

5896. Herbert L. Porter, born 1869. 

[41BB,] Aiine S. Porter, daughter oi Nathaniel Porter {2j^']6) 
anA. Sarah Hopkins, married, 1851, Thomas R. Waterman. Resi- 
dence, Detroit, Mich. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5897. Evelina P. Waterman, born 1852, married W. A. Teague. 

5898. Clara B. Waterman, born 1855. 

[41B3,] Peuel IV. Porter, son oi Nathaniel Porter (2476) and 
Sarah Hopkins, married December — , 1861, Laurinda Walker. 
Residence, Detroit, Mich. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5899. Mary Adele Porter, born April iS, 1863. 

5900. Cora E. Porter, born August i, 1868. 

5901. Ernest W. Porter, born April 10, 1873. 

[42 3D:] Helen Mills Olcott, daughter oi Mills Olcott (2552) 
and Sarah Porter, married May 27, 1825, Rufus Choate, of Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

[John Choate, with wife Anne, came from Sudburj^, county Sufiblk, 
England, to Ipswich, Mass., 1648. He died December 4, 1695. 

Second Generation, Thomas Choate, bom , 1668, married , 1690, 

Mercy Varney, daughter of Thomas Varney, of Boston, from England. 
Thomas Choate died 1744-45. She died December 19, 1733. 

Third Generation, Francis Choate, born September 13, 1701, married 
April 13, 1727, Hannah Perkins. 

(John Perkins came from Newent, Gloucestershire, England, with his 
wife Judith, to Ipswich, Mass., 1631. 

Second Generation, Thomas Perkins, born , 1616-17, married Phebe 

Gould,- daughter of Zaccheus G0UI.D, of Ipswich, from county Bucks, 
England. 

Third Generation, Thomas Perkins, born 1660, married, 1683, Sarah 
Wallace. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 653 

. RoBRRT Wallace (or Wallis) came from England to Ipswich. Mass. 

Afa, 

England 

bum iboO, uiurrteil 1 homin I't'tkim. 

~./;jr, bora 1705. married Francis ChoaU. 

Fourth I. WiHiam ChoaU, bom SoptcmlK-r — , 1730, married, 

1755, Afitry Guuitng^, dauKbter of /<?* GtJdings. 

Fifth' ■■ •■'■■■■ '). .//A.... Mm November 29, 1757, married Octo- 
ber II, I : 

(Rkcinalu F«)stkr came from Hngland with wife Judith, to Ipswich, 
Ma.- ^ 

R^imxld Foster, liora in KngUnd, married, 1652, 
I .zabftk t)<. <i John Dane, of Iptwich, son of John Danr, 

...-,. ^^^, ^ 

illd. 

Reginald Poster died December aS, i: 

Third di' - ■ • '>/>, 

.l/dfT . h- 

/. 'ii:/: rnera/ion, Mous Foster, bora 1697, he married, 1725, Mary 
iter oi Nalhamiel Rust. She died May 2, 173a. He 

GememJum, ^^arom Foster, bora , 1793, married Ruihe Lowe, 



ham. Maaa.. from KngUad. 



marricil //tlcn M. OUott. He died in llui .July '3 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :J 
'•'•••L'. H(' " ■ • n 1836, married Joseph M. Bell. 

■''►";;. s.-. js. 

'''»<*4. Rufus Choate, tK>m 1831. 

OiM'" "' " '.<■ 

Judge Advocate U. S. A., Provost Judge in 
New Orleans, La. He died in Somerville, Mass., September 10, 1868. 

[42 5 D.] Anne M. Woodruff, daughter oi James Woodruff 
and Naomi S. Robinson, (2600) married December 3, 1834, Theo- 
dore Romeyn, of Detroit, Mich. 



654 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5906. Sophia R. Romeyn, born December 9, 1835. 

5907. Susan V. Romeyn, born July 4, 1837. 

5908. James W. Romeyn, born March 18, 1839. 

5909. Helen L. Romeyn, born March 13, 1841. 

[42G1,] Hele7i E. Woodruff, daughter of James Woodruff 
and Naomi S. Robinson, (2600) married April 20, 1836, George 
H. Tracy, of Detroit, Mich. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :"| 

5910. Anne W. Tracy, born December 8, 1836. 

5911. George D. Tracy, born November 26, 1838. 

5912. William W. Tracy, born September 29, 1842. 

5913. Helen L. Tracy, bom October 5, 1844. 

5914. Clara G. Tracy, born April 5, 1849. 

[42 S 2,] A7i7ia L. Phillipps, daughter oi John Phillipps d^nd 

Amia Lewis, (2577) married , 1784, Dayiiel Phoenix, son of 

Alexander Phcenix, of New York city. 

Their only child [being of the eighth generation :] 

5915. Jonas P. Phcenix, born January 14, 1786, married Mary Whitney. 

[4253,] Sylvanus St. John, sou oi Joht St. John and Lois 
Drake, (2613) married January 26, 1819, Chloe Starke, born March 
31, 1795. daughter oi Joshua Starke, of Lebanon, Conn., who 
married, 1786, Olive Lathrop, daughter oi Jedediah Lathrop, of 
Lebanon, Conn. Joshua Starke born March 6, 1761, was son of 
Abiel Starke, who married, 1760, Chloe Hinckley. 

[Samuel Hinckley, with wife Sarah, came from Teuterden, county 
Kent, England, in ship " Hercules," 1635 ; Scituate, Mass.; Removed in 
1640, to Barnstable, Mass., and died October 31, 1662. Mrs. Sarah Hinckley 
died August 18, 1656. 

Second Generatio)t, John Hinckley, born May 26, 1644, married July — , 
1668, Bethiah Lathrop, born July 22, 1649, daughter of Thomas Lathrop, 
of Barnstable, and Sarah Ewer, daughter of Thomas Ewer, of Barnstable. 

Third Generation, Gershom Hinckley, born April 2, 16S2, married Octo- 
ber 29, 171 2, Mary Buell. 

(William Buell came from England to Windsor, Conn. 

Second Generation, Samuel Buell, born September 2, 1641, married 
Deborah Griswold. 



DESCrxrANTS OP JOHN PORTER. 655 

Third f '•"■''>■ " »>orn July TO, 1663, marrie'' "^*^ 

Judith S:. 

(John Strvkns came from Englaud to Guilford, Couu., 1650, died 1670. 

Second (Jfnn^itioH, William S/rt'^yis, boru in Knglaud, married !kl:irch 
3. >653, Afaty Meigf^s, daughter ni John Meiggs, sou of \iv. i. nt Mkiggs, 
from Kngland to Guilford. Coon., die«l December — , 165b 

Third GcHfration, Judith Stevens, bom October i, 1668, married 
SatHutl ItufU. 

Fourth (j'mrratiom, Mary Buetl, bom May 19, 1696, married Cershom 
HinckUy. He died November 24, 1774. She died February aa, 1774. 

/ rij/iom, Chtoe Hinckley, bom November 9, 1735, married , 

Siit': (.{• 'ishna S/arkr. lx>ru Marcli 6. i?6i. iM.irni<!. r,S6. 

Otitf Lathrof' 

SeiTtith (i, lie, bom March 31, 1795, married JS^y/rw/iKJ 

St. John. Re.^. .... . , v ,, N. Y. 

Their children w«_: , j of the ci^jhth generation :] 
.W16. Emily St John, bora May 3i. tSai. died uomarried i860. 
MM 7. Marietta St. ' married J. J. Walrath. 

.VJIK. Abby A. St. j 

r4?37.] // SKAX ui k-. '-;/ and 

Jane M, Bardu .., ;..arrit'' ^T i'. c, l. ' (•nv- 

hrd. Residence, Sherman, Conn 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 
••'r* Jane K. (ielston, boni Novf nil>er 9. 1830. 
Wy^\. Betsey Gelston, bom March ^ '^■- '••>•';..! v.-v-rk^ !.••,'!' 
'.'•Jl. Paulina W. Gclatou, bom ( • 
rrt'L**i. Maltby G. GeUtou, bora February 9, 1837, 

[42 3 B.] Betsey Gelston, daughter of Rev. Maltby Gelston and 
Jane M. Bardxcell, (2578) married December 27, 1831, Hiram 
Fairchild, of Brookfield, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 
.'>923. Sidney H. Fairchild, bora November 3, 1835. 
•'■'.•-4. Sarah L. Fairchild, bora August 18, 1837. 
oiC). Fliza G. Fairchild, lx>rn Fcbruarj' 11, 1839, 



656 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[42 33i] Phebe Gelston, daughter of Rev. Maltby Gelsto7i and 
Jane M. Barewell, (2578) married December 11, 182 1, James Addi- 
son Potter, of I^ansing, Mich, 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5926. Clark Potter, born September 23, 1822. 

5927. Maltby Potter, born December 11, 1827. 

5928. Betsey G. Potter, born July 20, r830. 

5929. George W. Potter, born March 20, 1833. 

[424D,] Rev. Maltby Gelsfon, son of Rev. Maltby Gclston 
a.n6. Ja7ie M. Bardwell, (2578;) graduate of Yale College, 1827 ; 
pastor of Presb)^terian church at Ctyde and Albion, N. Y., and 
Ann Harbor, Mich. He married October 20, 1834, Marcia H. 
Merwin. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5930. Antoinette B. Gelston, born December 29, 1837. 

5931. Sarah G. Gelston, bom July 7, 1844. 

5932. Joseph M. Gelston, bom June 28, 1847. 

5933. Henry W. Gelston, born March 18, 1850. 

[42Bl.]/<f?'7^.r/za A. Strwig, daughter of Eben Strong and 
Sarah M. Porter, (2616) married October 1, 1S39, IVilliam Adavis. 
of Colchester, Conn. 

Their only child [being of the eighth generation :] 

5934. William P. Adams, born September 4, 1844, married Leora Brainard. 

[4263,] Elihu Porter Buell, son oi John Buell and Mary 
Porter, (2617) married May 31, 1833, at Mariboro, Conn., Lucy 
Kellogg. 

[Daniel Kellogg came from England to Norxvalk, Conn., 1655, mar- 
ried , 1665, Bridget Boiiton, daughter of John Bouton, a Huguenot, 

from France to Norwich, Conn. 

Second Generaiio7i, Joseph Kellogg, born March. 1678, married October 
10, 171 2, Mary . 

Third Generation, David Kellogg, bom September 28, 1715, married 
February 28, 1733-34, JvMth Raymond. 

Fourth Generation, Joseph Kellogg, bom , 174., married November 

2, 1772, Lucy Warner. He was a captain in .var of Revolution, and died at 
Somers, Conn., 1795. 



DBSCKNDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 657 

Fifth Generation, Joseph Kellogg, born April 5, 1779, tnarrieil . 

.V; lOi ( rHeratiom, Lucy Kellogg, bom January jo, 1807, married E. P. 
Buell. Marlboro. Conn. He died May 31. 186S. 

Thcu ....... en were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5(*35. Maria K. Boell, bom April 25. 1834. 
5036. Ellen F. Baell, bom May 7, 1855. 

[4 2 64] M^iry E. Buell, daughter ol John ButU and Mary 
Porter, Tay 31. 1843, Benjamin T. Sumner. 

[Wil:.. .■ ■' - iii in Oxfordshire, England, came with his wife 

Mary, to I>orcbe»ter, Mam., i6Vi. She died June 7, 1676. He died March, 

in .11 i-.ti^;..t:iii, mame<I — — , 
165 

/' '/ . ■'.•■■.'.'., •; ( trmmt ^mmner, bom September 6, 1671, married 
Matgirrt iiattn. 

Fourth (.'mrrati-yfi, A'rn*'m Sumnrr, horn May 29, 1727, manried Han- 
nah Hun: 

/ m , 1: —, 

■'-r, boru >« 8. 1805. mar- 

ried Mary E. Buell. RcMdencc, Gilcad. Conn. 

Their children w -^ of the cij^hth .v 'U 

hsXM. Flora J. Sumner, 1- . .. ...ivh u, 1S44, niameU .......... Ik)!!**. 

>' '-'^. Lucy K. Sumner. Imrn March 4. 1K46. 
.">.' i'.i. Mary K. Sumner, bom February 18. 1S4H 

.v.'|»t. ChAflr^ B Sumner, born October 6, iJ>5o, married Sarah Corli*. 
.V'4! Nfiina S. Suiutu-r. bom December 8, 1853. 

L 1 J John W. BtuU, son oi John Buell ^val Mary Porter, 

(2617) married September 21, 1826, Mary A. Post, of Gilead, Conn. 
Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 
' ' V " 11, tx>ra Febniary 9, 1842. 
!, Ifom March ro, 1845. 
&»44. Halsey P. Buell. bom November 6, 1851. 
6945. Hart K. Buell. bora March 24, 1855. 

' ' "j ' ■ ;// /f. Buell, daugliter o( Jjhn UuiU .luJ Mary 

Pof... . .. »; .,.w;.icd at Gilcad, Conu.. Octol)cr 9, 1S43, Nathan 

GiUettf. He was a private in Connecticut volunteers, and died 
at Beaufort, S. C, July 12, 1863. 



658 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5946. Ellen M. Gillette, born May 30, 1848. 

5947. David B. Gillette, born September 8, 1849. 

[4 2 B 7.] David M. Buell, son of John Buell and Mary Porter, 
(2617) manied May 4, 1840, Louisa Robe7iso?i. Residence, Cov- 
entry, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5948. Mary L. Buell, born May 14, 1842. 
5949 Rosa M. Buell, born May 26, 1845. 

[42Ba.] Josiah M. Buell, son oi John Buell and Mary Por- 
ter, (2617) married September 22, 1840, Susan Burnhajn. Resi- 
dence, Hebron, Conn. 

Their only child [being of the eighth generation :] 

5950. Mary A. Buell, boni November 20, 1S45, married Marshall Porter. 

[4271,] Benjamin P. Tarbox, son of Thomas Tarbox and 
Lucy Porter, (2619) married, 183S, Losana Westcott, of Tuckahoc, 
N. J. Removed in 1853, to Iowa city, Iowa. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

5951. Charlotte Tarbox, bom January 21, 1840, died October 3, 1850. 

5952. Lucy W. Tarbox, born December, 1842, married 

5953. Samuel Tarbox, born April, 1845, Union soldier, died . 

5954. Ann Jannette Tarbox, bom 1846. 

[42 74,] Lydia Harriett Tarbox, daughter of Thomas Tar- 
box ^nALucy Porter, (2619) married October 29, 1837, Christophe, 
Brown, of I^banon, Conn., boni October 28, 1815. Died March 
12. i860. Mrs. Harriett Brown died NovemW 9, 1864. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation •] 

5955. Mary Peters Brown, born June 5. 1838, married John C Gates " 

5956. Lucy Porter Brown, bom May, 1840, married Frederick C Abel 
59o7. Lydia H. Brown, bom March 22, ,842, died March 14, 1843 
5958. Charles Tarbox Brown, born October 12, 1845. 

[427e,] Rev. Lnerease Niks Tarbox, D. D.. son of Thomas 
Tarbox and Lucy Porter, (2619 ;) graduate of Yale College 1839 
and Yale Theological Seminary, 1844; taught academy in East 



DBSCRNDANTS OP JOHN PORTER. 659 

Hartford, Conn., 1839 to 1841 ; Tutor in Yale College, 1843 to 44 ; 
ordained November, 1844, pastor of Plymouth church at Framing- 
ham. Mas-s \ of American C cly 

of K.-'..M V , t,> , ,.. < '; , ^,^ ^ .,, ^^ml 
low r of Nc\ id His- 
torical Society. Residence, West Newton. Mass. He married 
Jun. -, Deha A. Watrrs. bom Januar \ daughter 

iker for the U. S.," .in the 

! RKH\;a- \V.\Ti:k 'Mit of 

Sal< , 1637, from En. 

Their children were fbeinK of the eighth generation :1 

.. ilfT. 

.•■»<. 1 Mjr\ r Tartiox. born ' nd. 

•■ .' Helen J. Tarbos. boni -^54, died Octobrr 7, tb8j. 

( I Harrittt l*or1er BtU, daughter of Amos BUI and 

' " .5, i8a6, Jarvis Porter Lord, 
, . . :in. 

'1 he ninth generation :] 

• -^i NelMMi P. U>nl. bora J 



, -rtlBiU, s... - r^-'f ""! nannda 

Pop \\icx I'). 1^47. li'i r Card. 

Residence, Sodus, 111. 

Their chiMren were [being of the ninth generation :] 

■ '»■' rr. ' ■■ " ' - • - --J. 

< •• ■> Arthur J. Bill, twra April 4, 1862. 

[4 i^ 9 5.1 Olivft Augustus BiU, son o(Amos BiMand Ciarinda 
Pi'^ irried February 7, 1843, Ju/ia A. AMI. 

I < " ........ .. . \or- 

wicl. 21, 

1653, daughter of /oAm fi>st, of Saybrook, Cono., and Either Hyde, daughter 
of William IIvimi. from England. 



660 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Secotid Generation, Caleb Abell, born April — , 1677, married February 
20, 1704-5, Abigail Sltiman, born March 14, 1680, daughter of Thomas 
Sluman, of Norwich, Conn., 'who married December — , 1668, Sarah Bliss, 
born August 26, 1647, daughter of Thomas Bliss, of Norwich, Coun., sou of 
Thomas Bwss, from England. 

Thi7'd Geiieration, Daniel Abell, born February 3, 1705-6, married 
December 21, 1727, Sarah Crane. 

(Benjamin Crane came from England to Weathersfield, Conn., married 
April 23, 1655, Mary Backus, daughter of Wii,liam Backus, of Saybrook, 
Conn., from England. 

Second Generation, Jonathan Crane, born December i, 1658, married 
December 19, 1678, Deborah Griswold, born May — , 1661, daughter of 
Francis Griswold, of Saybrook, son of Edward Griswold, from England. 

Third Generation, John Crane, born 1683, married September 16, 1708, 
Sarah Spencer, born February 16, 16SS, daughter oi Jared Spencer, of Had- 
dam, son of Thomas Spencer, of Hartford, Conn., from England. Resi- 
dence, Windham, Coun. 

Fourth Generation, Sarah Crane, born 1709, married Daniel Abell. 
Residence, Lebanon, Conn. 

Fifth Generation , Elijah Abell, boni February 4, 1743-44, married Janu- 
ary I, 1770, Hannah West, born September 2, 1749, daughter of /<?//« West, 
of I,ebanon, who married November 8, 1738, Rebecca Abell, bom' January 
18, 1711, daughter oi John Abell, of Lebanon, and Rebecca Hintnan. 

Sixth Generation, Silas Abell, born May 7, 1782, married October 22, 
1809, Rhoda Webster. Residence, Lebanon, Conn. He died September 
3. 1825. 

Seventh Generation, Julia A. Abell, born November 29, 1818, married 
Oliver A. Bill. Residence, Hebron, Conn. She died November 14, 1864. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
59G9. Mary F. Bill, born May 9, 1844. 

5970. Martha J. Bill, born August 15, 1848. 

5971. Rollin H. Bill, born May 25, 1852. 

5972. Caroline W. Bill, born February 9, 1857. 

5973. Harriett P. Bill, born September 24, 1S60. 

[42BB,] Caroline Maria Bill, daughter of Amos Bill and 
Clarinda Porter, (2625) married March 17, 1846, Elias L. Wil- 
liams, of Lebanon, Conn. 



DESCENDANTS OP JOHN PORTER. 661 

Their children were [being of the ninth g^eneration :] 
•'. '7 4. Charles A Williauis. !)oru December 32, 1S46, died May 3o, 1S58. 
'>'>7'). Henry li. William^, born Au^fust 23, l .,>>, died January 20, iiitx\. 
flt'TG. (ieorge B. Williams, born October 30, 1853. 
•'«'.i77. Kunice L. Williams, bora July 8, 1856. 

[4? uorge Richard Bill, son o! Amos JJ ill and. Clarinda 

Porter, <iiiZ>,j married May 29, 1850, Lois A. Robertson, who died 
P\-bruar>' 25, 1856. He married (second wife) June 4. 1857, 
limeline D. Blodgett, daughter of Alinth lUodgctt and Harriett 
Porter, daughter oi Amos Porter (2028) and Sarah Webster. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

.V<7^ Chiirlis !•: : h i?. 1851. 

'> '7'' Harrutt .\. 1 , iiilier 10, 1855. 

> ><». Frederick R. Bill, bom February 10, 1861. 
.V.iSl. Oeorxe L. Bill, bora July 37. 1862. 

1 ] Anne Afan'a Gurley, daughter of John [VarJ Gur- 

Uy larrictl in lioston, Mass., I'ebni- 

ar> •-. I i^. ••■ 'W, U. S. Army. She died June 

^, 1S51. Majoi ' ch 24, 1861, in hiseighticlli year. 

Their children were [lieing of the ninth generation :] 

•''>■-'. Henry I»cflrl»oni Cfrofton, born November la, 1817. 

. . ......... - .,,7^ ,819. 

lary 4. 1823. 
.V.is'i Chnrlea C. Grafton, Ijoth 1825, (Rev, " Father (;rafton," Roston, Mass.) 

i j John Addison Porter, son of Addison Porter (2641) 

and Anne Hogeboom, married in New Haven, Conn., July i6, 
1855, by Rev. Harr>' Croswell, Rector of Trinity Church, Josephine 
Ear'- ^•' - '^ » -- ■■■■ M 'iic, Ala.. November 3, 1834, daughter 
ofy 'aria St. John, who was lx)rn in Wal- 

ton, Delaware county, N. Y., May 22, 1801. daughter oi John T. 
St. John, who married (3ctober i, 1795, Mary Stockton, daughter 
oi^ Charles W. Stockton, of Walton. 

John Trowbridge St. John was son of Matthias St. John, lx)rn 
1732. son oi Matthew St. John, of N<jrwalk, Conn., who was .son 



662 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

of Matthew St. John, from England to Dorchester, Mass., 1634; 
Windsor, Conn., 1638 ; Norwalk, Conn., 1654, and died Oct., 1669. 

Joseph E. Shefl5eld was son oi Paul K. Sheffield, who married, 
1786, Mabel Thorpe, in P'airfield, Conn. He was a descendant of 
Edward Sheffield, from England to Roxbury, Mass., 1641, 
who married, 1644, Mary Woody, daughter of Richard Woody, 
of Roxbury, from England. John A. Porter resided in New 
Plaven, Conn. He died August 26, 1866. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

5986. Jobu A. Porter, born April 17, 1856, married Amy Ellen Betts. 

5987. Edgar S. Porter, born October 12, 1857, unmarried, in New Haven. 

[4314i] Sarah A. Porter, daughter of Addison Poiier (2641) 
and Anne Hogeboom, married in Philadelphia, Pa., October 15, 
1844, JoJin Van Dyke, of Schoharie, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

5988. Anne P. Van Dyke, born July 3, 1847. 

5989. Cornelius H. \'an Dyke, born December 8, 1848. 

[431Si] William Angusius Porter, son of Addison Portet 
(2641) and An7ie Hogeboom, married in Northampton, Ma.ss., 
October 6, 1859, Ahhv T.,-:i:'\n n,y'r<: He rlicd in Chicago, 111., 
October 7, 1873. 

Their only child [being of the ninth generation :] 

5990. David B. Porter, born October 4, i860. 

[4317.] Catherine V. B. Po7'ter, daughter oi Addison Porter 
(2641) and Anne Hogeboom, married in New York cit}-, 1853, 
George W. Greene, of Greensdale, R. I. 

[John Greene, born in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, February 9, 
1596-97, son of Richard Greene, came in ship "James," to Boston, Mass., 
1635. He was an associate of Roger Williams in purchase of site of Provi- 
dence, R. I., 1638. He married in England, November 4, 1619, Joan 7''aiter- 
sall, who died 1643. He died between December 28, 1658 and Jan. 7, 1659. 

Second Generation, James Greene, baptized June 21, 1626, in St. Thomas 
church, Salisbury, England. He married (second wife) August 3, 1665. 
Elizabeth Anthony, daughter of John Anthonv, of Providence, from 
Hempstead, England. James Greene died April 27, 1698. Mrs. Elizabeth 
Greene died 1691. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 663 

Third Ceneration^ Jabez Greene, bom May 17, 1673, married May 16, 
1697, Mary Barton. 

(RfFis B\RTox came from England to Providence, R. I., 1640. 

Second Generalion, Benjamin Barton, bom , married June 8, i66g, 

Susannah Gorton, daughter of Samuel Gorton, of Warwick, R. I., from 
England. Benjamin Barton was au assistant, and died 1720. 

Third Generation, Mary Barton, bom , nuirricd May 16, id/^T, Jabez 

Greene. Residence, Providence, R. I. 

Fourth (veneration, Xathaniel Greene, born November 4, 1707, married 
Mary Matt, daughter of Jacob Molt, of Middletowu, R. I., a d.>-< iMnl.uit df 
Adam Mott, from England, 1635, to PorUsmoulh, R. I., 1638. 

Fijth Generalion, Nathaniel Greene, born May 27, 1742, married July. 
1774, Catherine I.ittlefield, daughter of John Litllefield, of Block Island. 
He was the (ieneral Greene of the Revolution. • 

A/ 1 /" (.,/ieration, Nathaniel Ray Greene, bom January 29, 1780, at the 
winter quarters of the army at Morristown, N. J., married .lutia J/. Clarke, 
a grand-daughter of Governor Satnuel Clarke, of Rho<le Island, a descend- 
ant o( Jeremiah Clarke, of Newport, R. I., whose wife Hannah was daughter 
of John Ai'ni,KY and wnfe Margaret, of Boston, from England, 1632. 
Jeremiah Clarke was son of jHRiiMtAH C1.ARKI'.. of Newport, R. I., frum 
England. Treasurer of the colony 1647 ; governor, 1648. Natlianiel Ray 
Greene died Januarj- 11, 1H59. Mrs. .\nna Greene died Januar}* 17, 1886, 
aged one hundred and two years, two months and nine days. 

Ser'enlh Generation . Georf^e Washinf^ton Greene, born April 8, 181 1, 
niarried C. V. B. l*ortrr. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
5:tlU. Anna M. Greene, bom Septemlier 24, 1854. 
.V.K)2. Catherine P. Greene, lx)ru November i, 1857. 
S'.W.I. Mary W. Cireene. born March 19, i860. 
65ID4. Nathaniel Greene, bom September 29, 1865. 

[4321.} Jiiary Porter, daughter oi Addison Porter (2641) and 
Anne Hoi^eboom, married in Ea.st Greenwich, R. I,, July 20, 1865, 
Joseph \V. Hyde. She died in Stamford. Conn., Oct. 6, 1S74. 

Their children were [l:)eing of the ninth generation :] 
o'.KJo. Jeanie P. Hyde, bom October 6, i866. 
o'.«M). Theodore M. Hyde, born November 23, 1607. 
i"»iK»7. .\gnes M. Hyde, born October 20, 1S70. 



664 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[4334.] John IV. Porter, son oi John F. Porter (2692) and 
Eliza Parsons, married September i, 1858, Helen Mar Stoddard, 
izi^i) of Syracuse, N. Y. Removed to Charlottesville, Va., 1865. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

5998. Jennie L. Porter, born February 7, 1S60. 

5999. Jesse PI Porter, born February 27, 1863. 

6000. Helen F. Porter, bom September 19, 1S65. 
6001 Virginia M. Porter, born May 15, 1S69, 

[43Bn,] Martm V. D. Porter, son of Abiezer Porter (2700) 
and Sophia Wood, married Lydia A. Meek. Residence, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Their children were [peing of the ninth generation :] 
6002. Charlotte M. Porter, born 1836. 
6U03. LeRoy L. Porter, born 1838. 

[43 31] Rev. Hcyiry Willard, son oi John Dwight Willard 
and Laura Barnes (2759 ;) graduate of Dartmouth College, 1851 ; 
Princeton Theological Seminary, 1S58 ; minister at Plain view, 
Minn. He married December 6, 1858, Jcannie Welles, born April 
II, 1834, da.\ig\\\.e.x oi Epaphroditus Welles. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6004. Clarence Willard, born November 20, 1859. 

6005. Norman P. Willard, born March 10, 1861. 
6006; Emma Willard, born November 30, 1862. 

6007. Laura B. Willard, born November 4, 1864. 

6008. Rose Willard, bom October 15, 1866. 

6009. Edward Willard, born June 20, 1868. 

[4330,] Minerva Lee, daughter of Thomas Lee and Electa 
Riley, (2767) married September 8, 1818, Norman Hart. 

[STEPHEN Hart came from England to Hartford, Conn. 

Second Generation, Thomas Hart, born 1644, married Ruth Hawkins, 
daughter of Anthony Hawkins, of Farmington, Conn., from England. 

Third Generation, Thomas HaH, born March — , 1680, married Decem- 
ber 17, 1702, Mary Thampson. 

(Thomas Thompson came from England to Hartford, Conn., married 
April 14, 1646, Anne W^<f//^.y, daughter of Governor Thomas Wei^les, of 
Hartford, from England. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 665 

Second Generation, John Thompson, boni 1647, married October 24, 
1670, Mary Steele, born November 20, 1647, daughter oi John Steele, of 
Farmington, and }r(iry U'amrr, daughter of Andri-w Warnkr. from 
England. 

Third Ofncnilton, J/a/y Tho/n/non, born October i, 1082, married 
Thomas Hart. Residence, Kensington, Conn. 

Fourth Generation, Elijah Hart, bom June 8, 171 1, married December 
26, 1734, .Ihi^^ail Goodrich, daughter of /tf/rw Goodrich and Rebecca Allen. 
Residence, New Britain, Conn. 

Fifth Generation, Elijah Hart, born September 26. 1735, married, 1758, 
Sarah Gilbert, daughter of Ebenezer Gilbert, of New Britain. 

Sixth Generation, Elijah Hart, born May 7. 17SQ, married December 
21, 1780, Anna Andrews. 

(John Andrews came from PIngland with his wife- Mary, to Ilartlord, 

Conn.; removed !«■ Fimiin 'ton and Jitd . 1681. Mrs. Mary Andrews 

died , 1694. 

Second Generulion, ihinul Aiuhti^i, bora j6.so, married . 

Third Generation, /?(?'/' \>i.!i.-.< l.fvni M.inh 6. i('i-2 iiKirricd Octo- 
ber 30, 1707, Mabel Goffc 

(Phikip GoFPE, from Huglaiid, with wife kcbtkah, WealherslkUl, Conn. 
Second Generation, Jacob Goffe, l>orn August 15, 1649, married December 
5. 1679, Margery Ingersoll, born January — , 1656, daughter of John Incer- 
SOLL, of Hartford, from England, who married 1651, Dorothy Lord, daugh- 
ter of Thomas Lord, of Hartford, from England. 

Third Generation, Mabel Goffe, Ixjrn Octo»jer3i, 1690, married Daniel 
Andrews. Residence, Weathcrsficld, Conn. 

Fourth Generation, Hezekiah Andrer.'s, born August 14, 1731, married 
May 26, 1757, Anna Steadman. 

(John Steadman. from England, Weathersfield, Conn. ; died 1675. 
Second Generation, John Steadman, born April 5, 165 1, married August 

10, 1678, I'iolet , who died Aiij^nst 4, 16S3. He married (second wife) 

April 14. 1683, Susannah . 

Third Generation, Thomas Sh\i;f'i/iiu, iwrn .May .^4, 1684. married De- 
cember 31, 1713, Mafy Sage, born 1683, daughter of David Saoh. of Mid- 
dletown. Conn., from England. 

Fourth Generation, Anna Steadman, horn June 30, 17^5, uiarned Jtce- 
liah AndrcTi's. Residence, New Britain. Conn. He died .\pril 19, 1796. 
She died September 7, 1809. 

Fifth Generation, Anna Andrcivs, born ^eplcInlJC•r o, ijfxt, married 
December 21. 1780. Elijah Hart. Residence. New Britain, Conn. He was 



666 DESClviN DAN JS OF JOHN PORTER. 

a captain in war of Revolution, and died August 4, 1S27. Sbe died Decem- 
ber 2, 1835. 

Sixth Generation, Norman Hart, born August 5, 1794, married Minerva 
Lee. Residence, New Britain, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6010. Burdett Hart, born November 16, 1821, married Rebecca W. Fiske. 

6011. Noniian L,. Hart, born February 2, 1826, married Laviuia M. Kellogg. 

6012. Ellen Hart, born February 23, 1828, married U R. Welles. 

[4331.] Lorenzo Porter Lee, .son of Thomas Lee and Electa 
Riley, (2767) married November 3, 1^2^, Jeannette Hills, daughter 
of David Hills, of New Britain, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :)] 

6013. Jeannette T. Lee, born 1831, married W. G. Coe. 

6014. James T. Lee, born 1S34, married Caroline Wake. 

6015. Theresa Lee, born 1836. 

6016. Lorenzo P. Lee, born 1S38, married Clara A. Smith. 

6017. Alice Lee, born 1840, married Albert S. W^elles. 
601 S. Ella Lee, born 1S42. 

[4334.] Electa Lee, daughter of T/ionias Lee and Electa 
Riley, (2767) married Augu.st 20, 1826, Welles LIubbard, of Mid- 
dletown, Conn. She died 1829. 

Their only child [being of the ninth generation :] 

6019. Electa L. Hubbard, born 182S, married Captain Barnard E. Bee, who 

graduated at West Point and became a general in Confederate army. 

[4 3 3 B j] Caioline Lee, daughter of T/iotnas Lee and Electa 
Riley, (2767) married October 18, 1840, Rev. Joshua Phelps, pa.stor 
of Presbyterian church, Sacramento, Cal. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6020. Caroline M. Phelps, born September 11, 1842. 

6021. William W. Phelps, born June 15, 1846. 

6022. Angeline L. Phelps, born May 22, 1852. 

[4333.] Angeline Lee, daughter of Thomas Lee ana Electa 
Riley, (2767) married October 13, 1852, in Burlington, Iowa, 
Mark Howa?'d, from England. President of Insurance Companj'-, 
Plartford, Conn. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 667 

Their children were [being of ninth generation :] 
<>U2:]. Angelinc h. Howard, bora November 6, 1S54. 
'XiiM. AnJ3' L. Howard, boru January 7, 1S57. 
'1 - William L. Howard, born November i, i860. 
(><c't). Myra L. Howard, born November 23, 1S62. 

[44 D 3.] Edwin W. Porter^ son oi John Porter (2774) and 
Eliza Dabcock, married May 3, 1844. Phebe Bliss. 

[Thomas Bmss and wife Margaret, came from England. 

Second Geuetiition, Jonathan Bliss, born in England, married, 164S, 
Miriam Harmon, of Uraintree, Mas.s. Lived in Rehoboth, Mass., and 
died . 1687. 

Third Generation, Ephraim Bliss, born February 5, i6.J9, marrii-^ 

Fourth Generation, Jonathan Bliss, boni 1672-73, married 

/"/'/', ' u. ration, John Bliss, horn 171 1, married Rebecca . Lived 

in Rehol>otlj, Mass. Died 1752. 

Sixth Generation, H'illiam Bliss, l)..ii nuiv ". 1 _ |j, in;trii<.ii OiioiR-r 

29, 1772, Ifannah Smith ; lived in Stockbridge, Mass. Died 1S22. 

' f : , /;.'/> < ii neration, Jesse Bliss, born May 27. 17S4, married October 9, 
born in Clicsliire. Conn., September 13, 1786. He died 
Slu- died 1 >eccniber 20, 1S49, aged sixty-three. 
Eighth Generation, Phebe Bliss, born Jnly 13, 1821, married Edwin W. 

/'i<rtrr. Residence, I^enox, Mass. 

Their children were [Ix^ing 01 the ciglilii generation :] 
*V\'1~. Sarah E. Porter, born April 20, 184.5, married Charles V. Piper. 
(Ht'iH. Alice M. Porter, bom January 10, 1849, married Noble Jennings. 
' ' ' John F. Porter, boni June 3, 1851, died unmarried. 
I.! .- '. Charles E. Porter, bom July 14, 1853. 
<.<);!1. Susan B. Porter, born November 17, 1855. 

[44 2 El] Edward S, Drcxocr, sou oi James D. Braver and 
Sarah Porter, (281 1) married June 2, 1869, Con'nne Lester, daugh- 
ter of Daniel Lester. Residence, Springfield, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
mi-. Edith C. Brewer, born March 4, 187 1, 
OOoH. Edward IL BrLwer, born,\pril 27, 1874. 
'It>:l4. Maude P. Brewer, horn January 24, 1S76. 



66S DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[442 7.] Hai^riett Porter Brewer, daughter of Jarnt^ D. 
Breiver and Sa7'ah Porter, (281 1) married June 2, 1874, Luke 
Corcoran, M. D., of Springfield, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
G035. James B. Corcoran, born March 11, 1877. 
6036. vSarah P. Corcoran, born April 17, 1879. 

[4439.] Rosetta Root, daughter ol Joseph Root (2902) and 
Abigail Hurd, married October 28, 1807, Isaac Sherman, of Wood- 
burj-. Conn. She died May 29, 1850. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
0037. Elizabeth M. Sherman, born January 2, 1810, married Ira Thomas. 

6038. Joseph R. Sherman, born January- 5, 1812, married Lucretia ToUes. 

6039. Julia xShermau, born April 30, 1814, married E. Hall. 

6040. Anna C. Sherman, born November 8, 1816, married W. Abernethy. 

6041. Rebecca Sherman, born September 2, 1819, married T. W. Gillette. 

[444 Di] Thomas Root, sou oi Joseph Root (2902) and Abigail 
///^n/, married March 14, 1832, Welthea Allen. Residence, Wood- 
bur}-, Conn. She died Februarj^ 28, 1841. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
0042. Joseph W. Root, born June 16, 1S33, died in the army 1865. 

6043. WeltLca A. Root, bom October 3, 1834, married Seth Hollister. 

6044. Tliomas B. Root, bom August 5, 1836, died in California, 1S59. 

6045. Susan C. Root, bora Febmary 20, 1838, married Piatt Crane. 

[4442,] Sally Root, daughter oi Joseph Root (2902) and 
Abigail Hurd, married December 13, 1820, Reuben H. Hotchkiss. 
Residence, Woodbury, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6046. Ruth E. Hotchkiss, born October i, 1821, married M. C. Sherman. 

6047. Arvesta A. Hotchkiss, born April 5, 1829, married John Woodward. 

[445B,] Channcey Allen Goodrich, son of Elizur Goodrich 
(2942) and A?ine JV. Allen ; was pastor of Congregational church 
at Middletown, Conn.; professor in Yale College. He married 
Frances J. Webster. 

[John Webster, with wife /igiics, came from England to Hartford, 
Conn., 1636; representative, 1637; deputy -governor, 1655; governor, 1656; 
removed to Hadley, Mass., and died April 5, 1661. 



r)ESCEND.\NTS OF JOHN PORTER. 669 

Second Generation, Robert Webster, born in England, married, 1658, 
Suia/nnih Treat, daughter of Richard TrkaT, of Weathersfield, Conn., 
from P^iigland. 

Third Generation, John Webster, bom November 10, 1653, married , 

16.S6, Sarah Afygatt. 

(Joseph Mvga.TT came from England with yn{e Anne, to Cambridge, 
Mass., 1633; removed to Hartford, Conu.; representative. Died December 
7, 1680, aged eighty four. 

Second Generation, Jacob Mygatt, born in England, married , 1654, 

Strah Whiting, daughter of VVii.uam Whiting, of Hartford, from Eng- 
land. Assistant and Treasurer of the colony. 

Third Generation, Sarah Mygatt. '"-" ''^59, married Jo'-<t W'hKi.-y. 
He died December 6, 1695. 

Fourth Generation, Daniel Webster, bora October i, 1693, married , 

1719, Miriam Cooke. 

Aakon Cookr came from England to Dorche.<5ter, Mas.4., 1634 ; removed 

to Windsor, 1636, and married, 1637, , daughter of Thomas Ford, of 

Win' ^md. 

S >n, Noah Cooke, born June 14, 1657, married , 1679, 

Sarah Nash, daughter of Joseph Nash, of Hartford. Noah Cooke died 
June I, 1699. 

Third Genemtion, Afiriam Coke, born Septeniber 30. i6c>). married 
Daniel Webster. He died December 21, 1765. 

Fifth < •. Noah Webster, bom March 25, 1722, married January 

12, 1749, .'... . - .V. 

('John Stbelr came from England with wife Rachel, to Cambridge, 
Mass., 1632 ; Hartford, Conn., 1636. He died 1664. She died 1653. 

Second G-^'icraHori. J.ihu Steele, born in England, married January 22, 
i6.;6, i)ftrcy ll'amrr, .J.uighler of Anhui:w Wakni'.R, of Hadlev, Ma.ss., 
frum England. He died 1653. 

Thiixl • Steele, born March 15, 1652, married Septem- 

ber 16, 16^'-. - ..: 

(William Bradford, born 1590, at Austerfield, Yorkshire, England, 
came in ship "Mayflower," to Plymouth, Mass., 1620; governor, 1631. 
Died May 9, 1657. ' 

Second Generation, William Bradford, born June 17, 1624; representa- 
tive, 1657; assistant, 1658; deputy -governor ; married Alice Richards, 
r Thomas Richards, of Weymouth, Mass., from England. She 
liber 12, 167 1. He died February 20, 1704. 



670 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Third Generatio7i, Mercy Bradford, boru September 2, 1660, married 
Samuel Steele, who died 1710. Mrs. Mercy Steele died 1720. 

Fourth Generation, Eliphalet Steele, boru June 23, 1700, married . 

Fifth Generation, Mercy Steele, bom 1727, married Noah Webster. She 
died October 5, 1794. He died November 19, 1813. 

Fifth Generation, Noah Webster, born October 16, 1758, (the lexicog- 
rapher) married October 26, 1789, Rebecca Greenleaf. 

Sixth Generation, Frances f. Webster, bom , married Choimcrv .-7. 

Goodrich. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
G'MS. Rev. Chauncey Goodrich, bora 1816. 
6049. Edward C. Goodrich, bom 1818. 
5050. William H. Goodrich, bora 1S20. 
GOol. Julia Goodrich, born 1822. / 

6052. Frances Goodrich, born 1825. 

[4457,] Nancy Goodrich, daughter oi Eliziir Goodtich (2942) 
and Anne W. Allen, married Henry L. Ellsworth. 

[JosiAH ElIvSWORTH came from England to Windsor, Conn., married 
November 16, 1654, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Holcomb, from Eng- 
land. Josiah Ellsworth died August 20, 16S9. 

Second Generation, Thomas Ellsworth, born September 6, 1665, married 
December 9, 1696, Sarah . 

Third Generation, William Ellsworth, bora April 15, 1702, married 
June 16, 1737, Mafy Oliver. 

(Thomas Oliver ckme from Bristol, England, with wife Annr, to Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1632. He died June i, 1658, aged ninety. 

Second Generation, Peter Oliver, bora in England, 1618, was a merchant 

in Boston. He married , 1643, Sarah, daughter of John NewdigaTE, 

of Boston, from England, with wife Anne. Peter Oliver was captain of 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, and died April 11, 1670. ]Mrs. 
Sarah Oliver died October 9, 1692. 

Third Generation, Nathaniel Oliver, born March S, 1652, married Janu- 
ary' 3, 1677, Elizabeth Brattle, born Februar)- 6, 1638, daughter of Thomas 
Brattle, of Charlestown, from England, who married , 1656, Eliza- 
beth Tyng, bora in England, 1638, daughter of William Typjo, of Boston, 
from London, England. 

Fourth Generation, fames Oliver, born October 27, 1687, married Janu- 
ary II, 1707, Rebecca Lloyd, daughter of James Llovd, of Boston, from 
England, who married November 3, 1691, Rebecca Leverett. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 671 

(Thomas Levkrktt came from Boston, England, in ship "Griffin," to 
Boston, Mass., 1633, with w-ife Anne: was ruling elder, and died October 
16, 1656. 

Second Generation, John Leverett, bom in Knglaud, 1616, married May 
13, 1640, Hannah Hudson, daughter of Ralph Hudson, of Boston, from 
England. He married (second wife) 1645, Sarah Sedgwick, sister of General 
Robert Sedgwick, from England. John Leverett was deputy-governor, 
1671 to 1673; governor to his death, March 16, 1679. ^^ 1676, " King 
Charles Knighted him, but he had sense enough to keep it secret." 

Third Generation, Rebecca Lei'crett, born December 5, 1664, married 
Jautes Lloyd. His first wife was Griselda, daughter of Nathaniei. S\a,VES- 
TER, of Shelter Island. 

Fifth Getieration, Maty Oliver, boni November 21, 1712, married IVil- 
liatn Ellsworth. 

Si.vlh Generation, Oliver Ellsu'orth, borii 1-.1-1. Chief Justice of United 
States, married Abigail U^olcott. (See 2353 

Seventh Generation, Henry /.. Ellsxcortit, \tox\\ November lo, i79r, 
married Xaucy Goodrich. He was U. S. Commissioner of patents, Wash- 
ington. D. C, and died December 27, 1858. Mrs. Nancy Ellsworth died 
in Lafayette, Ind., January 14, 1847. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6(>5.'i. Henry W. Ellsworth, l)om 1814. 
fiO.>l. Edward Ellsworth, bom i8i6. 
OO-V). Annie G. Ellsworth, bom 1819. 

Annie G. Ellsworth dictated the first message sent over the line of the 
first electric telegraph, from Washington to Baltimore, " What hatli God 
wrought ' ' 

[44 6 B.] Sarali IT. (joodruh, dauglitcr of Samuel Goodrich 
(2944) and Elisabeth Ely, married Amos Cooke, bom October ir, 
1773, son oi Joseph P. Cooke, of Daubury, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
««).'>(>. Elizabeth Cooke, bora 1774, married Richard W. Stiles. 
<lti.")7. Joseph P. Cooke, born 1776, M. D., died 1835. 

.\mos Cooke died May 13, 1810. She married (second husband) June 21, 
18 1 5, Ferdinand Wolcott. 

[Henry Wolcott came from Somersetshire, England, with his wife 
Elizabeth, \.o Dorchester, Mass., 1630; removed to Windsor, Conn., 1635; 
magistrate, and died May 30, 1655. Mrs. Ellizabeth Wolcott died July 
7, >655- 



672 UKSCKNDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Second Genei-ation, Simon Wolcott, born 1625, married October 17, 166 1, 
Martha Pitkin, sister of Whliam Pitkin, of Hartford, Conu., from Eng- 
land: Simon Wolcott died September 11, 1687. She died October 13, 1719. 

Third Generation, Roger Wolcott, born January 28, 1679 ; governor of 
Connecticut; general of colonial forces at the conquest of L,ouisburg, 1745 ; 
married December 3, 1702, Sarah Z?;-a,^(?, daughter oi Job Drake, of Wind- 
sor. He died May 17, 1767. 

Fourth Generation, Oliver Wolcott, born November 20, 1726, married, 
1756, Lorana Collins. 

Fifth Generation, Ferdi7iand Wolcott, bom November 2, 1767, married 
Sarah W. Goodrich. Residence, Litchfield, Conu. State senator, judge, 
clerk of Supreme Court, died June 28, 1837. Mrs. Sarah Wolcott died Sep- 
tember 14, 1842. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6058. Charles M. Wolcott, born Nov. 20, 1816, married M. E. Goodrich (6067.) 

6059. Henry G. Wolcott, born November 4, 1820. 

6060. Mary F. Wolcott, born July 9, 1823, married Theodore Frothingham. 

[44Bni] Abigail Goodrich, daughter of Saynnel Goodrich 
(2944) and Elizabeth Ely, married Nov. 10, 1808, Rev. Samuel 
Whittlesey . 

[John Whittlesey came from England to Saybrook, Conn., married 
June 20, 1664, Ruth Dudley, boru .\pril 20, 1645, daughter of William 
Dudley, who came from Ocklej', county Surry, England, to Guilford, 
Conn., 1639. John Whittlesey died April 15, 1704. She died September 
27, 1714. 

Second Generation, Samuel Whittlesey, boru 16S6; Yale College 1705; 
minister at Wallingford, Conn., married July i, 1712, Sarah Chaunccy. 

(Rev. Charles Chauncev, boru at Yardley, county Hertz, England, 
1592 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, A. M. 1617, came to Plvmouth, Mass., 
December — , 1637 ; president of Harvard College ; died February 19, 1672, 
His wife was Catherine, daughter oi Johti Stille, bishop of Bath and Wells. 
She died January 24, 1668. 

Second Generation, Rev. Nathaniel Chauncey, born 1639; Harvard Col- 
lege 1661 ; minister at Windsoi", Conn. ; married November 12, 1673, Abigail 
Strong, daughter of Elder John Strong, of Windsor, from England. Rev. 
Nathaniel Chauncey died November 4, 1685. 

Third Generation, Sarah Chauncey, born September 15, 1683, married 
Samuel Whittlesey. He died April 15, 1752. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 673 

Third Generation, Samuel Whittlesey, hoxw l\x\y \o, 17 13, married Sep- 
tember 21, 1743, Susannah Newton. Residence, Milford, Coun. He died 
October 22, 1768. She died May 10, 1803. 

Fourth Generation, Roger Newton Whittlesey, bom February 24, 1754, 
married April 20, 1775, Anne Woodruff. Resideuce, South Farms, Coun. 
He died March 15, 1835. She died November 7, 1S25. 

Fifth Generation, Samuel Whittlesey, bom December iS, 1775. married 
November 10, iSoS, Abigail GoodHch. He was a minister in New York 
City, and died April 15, 1842. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
(KMil. Samuel G. Whittlesey, born November 8, 1809, married Anne C. Mills. 
<)OtiL\ Charles C. Whittlesey, bom September 12, 1S12. 

«iu(>:}. Elizal>eth Whittlesey, boru September 29, 1815, married J. W. Tillman. 
r>(M>4. Henr>- M. Whittlesey, bora August 12, 182 1, 

' Charles A. Whittlesey, boru October 20, 1823. 

Hmily C. Whittlesey, born Jati. 17. 1825, married Rev. Lucius Curtis. 

[4 DBS.] Sannu'l Griswold Goodrich, son of Samuel Goodrich 
(2944) and Elizabeth Ely, qiarried Adeline Gratia Bradley, daugh- 
ter of .S'//'/>//«'« R. Bradley. Under the name of "Peter Parley" 
he wa.s author of over one hundred books for youth. Consul in 
Paris 1851 ; died in New York City May 8, i860. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
CfX]?. Mary E. Goodrich, bom Oct. 26, 1818, married C. M. Wolcott. (6058) 
«KM".8. Francis B. (Goodrich, bora Deceml)er 4, 1826. "Dick Tinto." 
CU\W. Emily L. Goodrich, Ijoru , 1828, married Nathaniel Smith. 

[4473.] Alonzo A. Whitney, son of Abram J. Whitney 

(2961) and Philena Adams, tnarried in Danby, N. Y., Ean7iy Pitts. 
Residence, Coming, N. Y. 

Their only child was [being of the ninth generation ] 
(107(t. Nelson Whitney, born Jan. 15, 1S42, Quarter-Master third Peiin. vols. 

[4474.] Chloc H. tK>^//wc>', daughter oi Abram J. Whitney 

(2962) and Philena Adams, married at Cox.sackie, N. Y., January 
I, 1826, Christopher Deyoc. Residence, Caton, Steul:>en Co. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
0071. Philena Deyoe, born Febmary 14, 1829, married Earl W. Fuller. 
<;072. -Monxo Deyoe, born June 30, 1835, m.'urii'<l rii.irloUe M. Cooper. 



674 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

6073. James M. Deyoe, boru April 7, 1838, married Luauna Davenport. 

6074. Eunice Deyoe, born July 14, 1840, married Dr. Horace Gilbert. 

[4475,] Eloiza G. Whitney, daughter of Abram J. Whitney 
(2961) awdi Philena Adams, married in Danby, N. Y,, November 
8, 1827, Oliver Wilkinson, of Townshend, Vt. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6075. Philena Wilkinson, born March 18, 1829. 
G076. Clark R. Wilkinson, born May 13, 1830. 

6077. Vesta Wilkinson, boru March 6, 1836, married Ranuey Howard. 

[447B.] ya;/z<f.y Z. Whitney, son oi Abram /. Whiljiey (2g6i) 
and Philena Adams, married in Wellsville, N. Y., 1827, Hamiah 
Westcott. Residence, Susquehanna, Pa. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6078. Edgar M. Whitney, born September 20, 1S2S, married Harriett Newell. 

6079. Oliver W. Whitney, boru Januarj' 2, 1830, married Lucy W. Babcock. 

6080. Lucy M. Whitney, born February 2, 1832, married Dyer Powers. 

[44 BDi] Peter I. Whitney, son oi Zej-ah Whitney (2963) and 
Jane Demand, married at Clarence, N. Y. , Betsey Porter, daughter 
oi James Poster, (2165.) Residence, Clarence Hollow, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
OOSl. Zerah P. Whitney, bona Sept. 22, 1836, married Charlotte McKenney. 

6082. Phebe J. Whitnc}-, bom October 15, 1839, married M. R. Adams. 

6083. William B. Whitney, bom May 27, 1S42, married Lavinia McBride. 

6084. Edwin F. Whitney, bora August 14, 1S44, married Harriett L. Burton. 

6085. Helen A. Whitney, born March 14, 1846, married Philip Lyon. 

6086. Julius J. Whitney, born June 14, 1S47. 

6087. Frances M. Whitney, born August 21, 1S52, married George Coming. 

6088. Elizabeth L. Whitney, bora Nov. 18, 1856, married G. T. Yeomans. 

6089. May Whitney, bom May 15, 1859. 

6090. Parley A. Whitney, bora April 15, 1852. 

[44 Bli] Oscar F. Whitney, son oi Zerah Whitney (2963) and 
Jane Demond, married at Clinton, Mich., March — , 1857. Resi- 
dence, Austerlitz, N. Y. He died March — , 1859. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6091. George Whitney, bora 1858. 

6092. Francis Whitney, born 1S60. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 675 

6093. Emily J. Whituey, born 1862. 
0004. Oscar N. UTiilney, bom 1864. 

[4432.] Ezra Whitney, son of Zcrah IV/ii/ney (^2967,) and 
/ane Demand, married at Sherman, Mich., March 12, 1842. Har- 
fiett E. Dupuy. He was a soldier in war of the Rebelion. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
<><vio. Charles F. Whitney, born January 27, 1S45, married Mittie D. Rowe. 
<j<'l«». Alouzo E. Whitney, born April 16, 1847. 
6097. Frederick Whitney, bom December 25. 1S49. 
6(»9S. Caroline Whitney, bora October 5, 1851. 

[44B3.] Abraham J. Whitney, .son of Zcrah Whitney (2963) 
2i\\(S.Jane Detnond, married Julia A. Aforse. He served in Mexi- 
can war, United Slates infantry, at Monterey, Vera Cniz, Con- 
trcnis, Cherubusco, Chcpultei>ec, Molino-del-Rey, and City of 
Mexico. In wai of Rebellion, captain First Michigan, at Bull 
Run, Fair Oaks, Seven Pines, Harrison's Landing, &c 

[4517i] William C. Strong-, son o( E/nathan Stronjr i^z'^jSo) 
and /ane Chamberlain, married June 11, 1850, Margaret Breck. 

[Edward Brkck, from Ashton, Devonshire, Enj^Iand, Dorchester, 1636. 
He died November, 1662. 

Second Gene ration, Qaptaui Jo/in Itrec/c, bon. .,♦., married Susannah 
. He died 1691. 

Third Generation, Rev. Robert Breck, bora December 8, i68a ; Harvard 
College 1700; was minister at Marlboro, Mass. ; he married Elizabeth IVain- 
Trn't^ht. 

I Francis Wainwright, from England, with his wife Phillippa, Boston, 
Mass. \) ' ' ". 19, 1692. 

Seconr is li'ainu'riffht, horn August 25, 1664; Harvard 

College ; married Sarah Whipple, bora 1668, daughter of John WHiPPr.U, 
of Ii)swic}i. Major Wainwright died August 3, 171 1. Mrs. vSarah Wain- 
wright died March 16, 1709. 

Third Generation, Elizabeth Wainwright, bora , 1690, married 

Rev. Robert Jireck. 

Fourth Generation, Rev. Robert Breck. bom . 171-^; Harvard Col- 
lege 1730; married Eunice Breu- 

(Danikl Brkwer, from P*ngland, with his \s\\.it Joanna, Roxbury, Mass., 
1632. lit (lii-.l . 1646. She died Februar>- 7, 1689, 



676 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Second Generation, Daniel Brewer, born iu England, married November 
5, 1652, Hannah Morrill, daughter of Isaac Morrili, and wife Sarah, of 
Roxbury, from England. 

Third Generation, Rev. Daniel Brewer, born February 7, 1669 ; Harvard 
College 1687 ; ordained minister in Springfield, Mass., 1687 ; married August 
23, 1699, Catherine Chauncey, bom January 12, 1676, daughter of Rev. Na- 
thaniel Chauncey, of Windsor, Conn., and Abigail Strong, daughter of 
Elder John Strong, of Windsor. Rev. Nathaniel Chauncey died 1733. 
Mrs. Nathaniel Chauncey died 1754. 

Fourth Generation, Eunice Brewer, born May 20, 1707, married April 
28, 1736, Rev. Robert Breck. 

Fifth Generation, Johji Breck, born , 1740, married Clarissa Allen, 

daughter of Rev. Thomas Allen, of Pittsfield, Mass., and Elizabeth Lee, 
daughter of 'R.t.^. Jonathan Lee and Elizabeth Metcalf. (See elsewhere.) 

Sixth Generation, Margaret Breck, born , man-ied Williank C. 

Strong. Residence, Brighton, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6099. Henry B. Strong, born July 20, 185 1. 

6100. Margaret B. Strong, bom August — , 1863. 

6101. Martha J. Strong, born October — , 1866. 

[4 513 .] Rev. Ebiathaji Strong, son of Elnathan Strong (2980) 
^vA Jane Chamberlain; Dartmouth College 1852; Theological 
Seminary 1855 ; married December 16, 1856, Elizabeth G. Mitchell, 
daughter of Rev. Daniel M. Mitchell, of Natick. Rev. E. Strong 
was pastor of church at South Natick, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ningth generation :] 

6102. Annie C. Strong, born September 7, 1858. 

6103. William E. Strong, born April 9, i860. 

[4SS4i] Charles Phelps Huntington, son of Rev. Dan Hun- 
tington and Elizabeth W. Phelps, (3063) married October 28, 1827, 
Helen S. Mills. 

[Simon Mills, of Windsor, Conn., married February 23, 1660, Mary 
Buell, bom September 3, 1642, daughter of Willian Buell, of Windsor, 
from England. Removed to Simsbury, Conn. 

Second Generation, John Mills, bom June 23, 1668, married 1689, Sarah 
Pettebone, born September 24, 1667, daughter of John Pe;ttebonk. of Wind- 
sor, from England, who married February 13, 1665, Sarah Eggleslon, born 
March 28, 1643, daughter of BiGOD Ecgleston, of Windsor, from England. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 677 

Third Generation, Benjamin Mills, born December 23, 1697, married — 

Fourth Generation, Rev. Benjamin Mills, boru October 18, 1739, t^^"^- 
ried September 12, 1768, Mary Hunt. 

( Jonathan Hunt, of Northampton, Mass., from England, married Sep- 
tember"3, 1662, Clemence Hosmer, daughter of Thomas Hosmer, of Hart- 
ford, Conn., from England. 

Second Generation, Jonathan Hunt, born January 20, 1666, married 
1693, I\ fart ha Williams. 

(RonERT WiLi,i.\.MS, from county Norfolk, England, with wife Elizabeth, 
Roxbury, Mass., 1637. 

Second Generation, Rev. Isaac U uiiams, born , 1636, married , 

1660, Martha Parke, bom July 26, 1637, daughter of William Parkk, of 
Roxbur}', from England, 163 1, who married 1636, Martha Holgrave, daugh- 
ter of John Holgr.we, of Salem, Mass., from England. 

Third Generation, Martha Williams, born December 27, 1663, married 
\^%, Jonathan Hunt. 

Third Generation, Jonathan Hunt, born October 26, 1702, married 
August 26, 1724, Thankful Strong, daughter of /<•/// iz A Strong and Thank- 
ful Stebbins. Residence, Northampton, Mass. 

Fourth Generation, Mary Hunt, bom June 26, 1739, married Rev. Ben- 
jamin Mills. 

Fifth Generation, Elijah Hunt Mills, bom December i, 1776, graduated 
Williams College; I'nited States Senator 1820-7; lawyer in Northampton, 
Mass., married September 6, 1S04, Harriett Blake, born December 4, 1780, 
daughter oi Joseph Blake, of Boston, Mass. She died Februar}' 9, 1871. 

Sixth Generation, Helen Sophia Mills, boru August 24, 1806, married 
October 28, 1827, C. P. Huntington. Mrs. Helen Huntington died March 
30, 1844. He married (second \vife) January 2, 1847, Elizabeth Greenough. 

(William Grkenough, from England to Boston, Mass. ; mariner. He 
married October 10, 1660, Ruth Swift, bom August 24, 1643, daughter of 
Thoma.s SwiKT, of Dorchester, Mass., from England, who married 1634, 
Elizabeth Capen, daughter of Bernard Capen, of Dorchester, from Eng- 
land, whose wife was daughter of Oliver Purchas, of Dorchester, from 
England. William Greenough died August 6, 1693. Mrs. Ruth Greenough 
died January 26, 1678. 

Second Generation, John Greenough, bom February 17, 1672, married 
October 18, 1693, Elizabeth Grosse. 

(Isaac Grosse, from England to Boston, Mass., 1635, died 1649. 

Second Generation, Edmund Grosse, born in England, married 1640-1, 
Catherine . 



678 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Third Generatio7i, Thomas Crosse, born , 1647-8, married , 1670-1, 

Elizabeth . 

Fourth Generation, Elizabeth Crosse, born January 22, 1674, married 
John Creenough. 

Third Generation, Thomas Creenough, bom May 6, 17 10, married 1735, 
Martha Clarke, daughter of William Clarke, of Boston, Mass. She died 
1748. He died August 16, 1785. 

Fourth Generation, John Creenough, born April 4, 1742 ; Yale College 
1759, married October 16, 1766, Mehitabel Dillingham, of Harwich, Mass. 
Residence, Wellfleet, Mass. John Greenough died July — , 1781. Mrs. Me- 
hitabel Greenough died August 25, 1795. 

Fijth Generation, David Greenough, born June 24, 1774, married October 
4, 1799, Elizabeth Bender, of Marlboro', Mass. Residence, Boston, Mass. 

Sixth Generation, Elizabeth Creenough, born March 28, 1814, married 
C. P. Huntington. He was judge of Supreme Court, and died in Boston 
January 30, 1868. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation : 

6104. Helen F. Huntington, bom July 7, 1831, married Josiah P. Quincy. 

6105. Charles W. Huntington, bora September 22, 1834. 

6106. Elijah H. Huntington, bom July 22, 1836. 

6107. Bertha Huntington, born July 22, 1838. 

6108. Mary E. Huntington, born May 19, 1S40. 
6100. Edward S. Huntington, born April 3, 1843. 

6110. Henry G. Huntington, bom November 24, 1848, 

6111. Laura C. Huntington, born September 15, 1849. 

[45S5i] Elizabeth P. Hu7itmgton, daughter of Rev. Dan 

Huntington and Elizabeth W. Phelps, (3063) married , George 

Fisher. He was born in Franklin, Mass., May 17, 1798, son of 
Daniel Fisher. Residence, Oswego, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6112. Elizabeth P. Fisher, bom March 19, 1825, married John Sessions. 

6113. Frederick P. Fisher, ") f died unmarried 1880. 

\ born May 18, 1828. \ 

6114. Francis P. Fisher, ) ( married Annie E. Crane. 

6115. George H. Fisher, bom August i, 1830, married Emma Chichester. 
6110. Catherine W. Fisher, born June 9, 1S34, married F. A. Baker. 

6117. Edward T. Fisher, born December 16, 1836, married EUen B. Thayer. 

[4SSBi] William P. H^intington, son of Rev. Dan Hunt- 
ington and Elizabeth W. Phelps, (3063) graduate Harvard College 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 679 

1824. He married, about 1826, Lucy Edwards, daughter of Lidhcr 
Edwards and Hannah Bonnell, daughter of Nathaniel Bonncll, of 
of Chesterfield, Conn., a descendant of William Bonnell, of 
New Haven, Conn., from England, who married Anne Wilmot, 
daughter of Benjamin Wilmot, of New Haven, from England. 

Luther Edwards was a descendant oijohn Edzvards, of Weath- 
ersfield, Conn., who married May 15, 1707, Ltuy Deming, bom 
Februar>' 10, 1681, daughter oi Jonathan and grand-daughler of 
John Deming, of Weathersfield, from England. 

John Edwards bom May 30, 1679, was son of Joseph Edwards 
born August 8, 1647, son of Alexander Edwards, from Wales, 
to Springfield, Mass., 1640, who married April 28, 1642, Sarah, 
(widow of John Searle), daughter of Svlvester Baldwin, who 
came from England, in ship "Martin," 1638, dying on the voy- 
age, his widow and children settling in Milford, Conn, 

W. P. Huntington lived in Waterloo, Wis. Teacher. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6118. Lucy B. Huutiugtou, boru 1828. 
fUll). William E. Huntington, born 1830. 

6120. Helen M. Huntington, boru 1832. 

6121. Catherine V. Huntington, born 1835. 

6122. Frederick S. Huntington, born 1838. 

6123. Flora Huntington, born 1840. 

[4SBD.] Theophilus P. Huntington, son of Rev. Dan Hint- 
ing ton and Elizabeth IV. Phelps, (3063) married 1841, Elizabeth 
Fitch Lyon, daughter of Rev. Walter Lyon, of Pomfret, Conn., 
who married Mary Huntington. 

[Simon Huntington, from England. 

Second Generation, Simon Huntington, married 1653, Sarah Clarke. 

Third Generation, Samuel Huntington, born March 7, 1665, married 
Mary Clar/ze, born June 18, 1669, daughter of William Clarkp:, of Weath- 
ersfield, from England. 

Fourth Generation, Samuel Huntington, born August 28, 1691, married 
Hannah Metcalf. 



680 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Fifth Generation, William Huntington, born August 20, 1732, married 
October 27, 1757, Bethia Throop, born December 18, 1738, daughter of Dan 
Throop, of L,ebanou, Conn., who married October 27, 1737, Susannah Carewe, 
daughter of David Carewe, of Bristol, Mass., who was son of John Carewe, 
(pronounced Carey,) from England to Bridgwater, Mass., who married June 
— , 1644, Elizabeth Godfrey, daughter of Francis Godfrey, from England. 
Sixth Generation, Mary Huntington, bom August 18, 1761, married 
1777, Rev. Walter Lyon. 

Seventh Gciieration, Samuel H. Lyon, born 1780, married , Maria 

Warner. 

Eighth Generation, Elizabeth F. Lyon, bom October 16, 1817, married 
T. P. Huntington. Residence, Hadley, Mass. He died July 20, 1862. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6124. Walter E. Huntington, bora May 27, 1842. 

6125. Maria W. Huntington, born March 9, 1S45. 

6126. Edmund D. Huntington, bora January i, 1847. 

[4GB4i] Fi'cderick D^^^ anting ton, son of Rev. Dan Hunt- 
mgton and Elisabeth W. Phelps, (3063) Bishop of Central New 
York, residence Syracuse, married November 21, 1842, Harriett 
Dane Sargent. 

[Wii,LiAM Sabgent, bora in Exeter, Devonshire, England, went to 
Bridgtown, Island of Barbadoes. He married Mary Epes. 

Second Generation, William Sargent, born in Bristol, England, came to 
New England, he married June 21, 167S, Mary Duncan, daughter of Peter 
Duncan, of Dorchester, Mass., from England. 

Third Generation, Epes Sargent, born 1690, married April i, 1720, Cath- 
erine Maccarty, daughter of Florence Maccartv and wife Elizabeth, of 
Boston, from England, one of the founders of the first Episcopal church in 
New England. Epes Sargent removed to Salem, Mass., and died Decem- 
ber 6, 1762. 

Fourth Generation, Epes Sargent, born 1721, married Catherine Osborn, 
born November 21, 1722, daughter of yicAw Osborn, of Boston, and Sarah 
Woodbury. 

(John Woodbury, of Somersetshire, England, with wife Agnes, Salem, 
Mass., 1626; died 1641. 

Second Generation, Peter Woodbury, born September 20, 1640, marriedC^) 

Ji>\ >U1 1^66; Sarah Dodge, born , 1644, daughter of Richard Dodge and wife 

Edith, of Salem, from England. 



DESCENDANTS OP JOHN PORTER. 681 

ihird Generation, Sarah JVoobury, boru , niamed Jo/in < '^^ *& ^ 

He was son oi John Osborn and grand-son of Richard Osborn, from Kng- TT^^^^Tk ^" 
land to New Haven, Conn., 1638-9; Fairfield, Conn., 1653, where he had a '^Hw.'a-^-*^'**"*^ 
grant of land for service in the Pequot war. ' vv^V^^^^T^ 

Fifth Generation, John O. Sargent, bom , married , 1780, Lydia 

Foster, 

(Regin.\i.d Foster, with wife Judith, from England, Ipswich, Mass., 
1638. She died October — , 1664. He died May — , 1681. 

Second Generation, Jacoh Foster, bom , 1635, married February 26, 

1667, Abigail Lord, bora 1646, daughter of Robert Lord, of Ipswich, from 
England. Jacob Foster died July 9, 1710. Mrs. Abigail died June 4, 1729. 

Third Generation, Joseph Foster, born September 14, 1680, married July 
— , 1712, Mary Cressey, bom July 7, 16S6, daughter oi John Ocssey, who 

married , 1685, Sarah Gaines, daughter oi John Gaines and Mary Tred- 

:vcll, daughter of TnoM.\s Tkkdwei.l, of Ipswich, Mass., from England. 
Joseph Foster died February 22, 1755. 

Fourth Generation, Joseph Foster, bom Febraary 14, 1714, married 
Noveml>er 12, 1735. Hannah Trask, who died April 11, 1788. He died Feb- 
uary 27, 1767. Deacon, town clerk, etc. 

Fifth Generation, Lydia Foster, l)om March 8, 1757, married , /. O. 

Sargent. 

Sixth Generation. I'.ibtiSiDiinl Ixrii i-si lurnTii^d Tu'v •> iS'i ^^,l*■y 
O. Lincoln. 

(Thom.vs Lincoln, iroiu Norfolk, ICnglaud, lliughaui, Mass., 1C36, mar- 
ried Avis Lane, daughter of H^iliiam I^ane, of Dorchester, from England. 
He died September 23, 1691. Mrs. A\-is Lincoln died February 13, 1683. 

Second Generation, Henjamin Lincoln, bora May 7, 1643, married Feb- 
uary 6, 1667, Sarah Fearing, bora July 9, 1649, daughter of JoUN Fearing, 
from England. Benjamin Lincoln died May 14, 1665. 

Third Generation, Benjamin IJncoln, lx)m , 167 1, married , 1694, 

Maty Le?c'is, born December 4, 1667, daughter of Nathaniel Lcivis, and 
grand-daughter of Edmund Lewis, from Englaud. 

Fourth Generation, Denjauiin Lincoln, born , 1699, married , 

Mary Loring 

(Thomas Loring, from Axminster, Devonshire, England, with wife Jane, 
to Hingham, Mas.s., 1634-5. He died in Hull, April i, 166 1. She died 
August 25, 1672. 

Second Generation, John Loring, bom in England, married December 
16, 1657, Mary Baker, daughter of Nathaniel Baker, of Hingham. He 
died September 19, 1714. She died July 13, 1679. 



682 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Third Generation, Isaac Loring, born January 22, 1666, lived iu Boston. 
He married August 5, 1691, Sarah Young. Residence Sudbury, Mass. 

Fourth Generation, Mary Loring, born February 2, 1702, married Ben- 
jamin Lincoln. 

Fifth Generation, Hannah Lincolti, born , married , Abner 

Lincoln, of Hingham, Mass., son of David Lincoln, born September 22, 
1668, sou of Stephen Lincoln, born in England, who married February ; — , 
1660, Elizabeth Iluwke, born July — , 1639, daughter of Matthew Hawke, 
of Hingham, Mass., from England, with wife Margaret, 1638. Stephen 
Lincoln was a son of Stephen Lincolx, from Wyndham, county Norfolk, 
England, to Hingham, Mass., 1638. 

Sixth Generation, Mary Otis Lincoln, bom July 6, 1795, married Epes 
Sargent. 

Seventh Generation, Harriet D. Sargent, born , married Rev. F. 

D. Huntington. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6127. George P. Huntington, born Jul}' 3, 1844. 

6128. Arria S. Huntington, born June 22, 1848. 

6129. James O. Huntington, born February 23, 1850. 

6130. William Huntington, born July — , 1856. 

6131. Ruth G. Huntington, born November 3, 1859. 
6182. Mary L. Huntington, born November 13, 1861. 

[4SB5p] Roxana Seldon, daughter of Calvin Seldon, and 
Phebe Ely, (3070) married January 4, 18 12, Morison Jack, a 
planter at St. Bartholomew, W. I. He was a descendant of 
Andrew Jack, Chester, N. H., from Fifeshire, Scotland, who 
married Mary Morison, daughter of John Morison, of London- 
derry, N. H., from Aberdeen, Scotland. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6133. Elizabeth S. Jack, born March 18, 1814, married T. M. Partridge. 

6134. Margaret P. Jack, born October 25, 1815, married A. R. Hetzel, of 
U. S. Army. 

Their son, Major Samuel S. Hatzel graduated at West Point 1857, Major 
of Volunteers, war of Rebelion. 

[4SBZi] Elizabeth Seldon, daughter of Calvin Seldon, and 
Phebe Ely, (3070) married vSeptember 24, 18 14, Joseph Spencer, of 
Rochester, N. Y., who died , 1823. She married, second 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 683 

time, April 21, 183 1, Major Amos B. Eaton, son of Prof. Amos 
Eaton, principal of the Rensselaer (now Polytechnic) Institute, 
Troy, N. Y. A. B. Eaton graduated at West Point Military 

Academy , 1826. Commissary U. S. A. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation.] 
613.5. Elizabeth S. Spencer, bom Januarj- 5, 1S19, married Elisha Colt. 
(!1."G. Ellen D. Eaton, bom May 19, 1832. 

6137. Daniel C. Eaton, bom September 12, 1834. 

6138. Francis S. Eaton, bom July 18, 1836. 

[46BB. Samuel Lee Seldon, son of Calvin Scldon, and 
P/icbe Ely, (3070) married July 27, 1831, Susan Matilda Ward. 

[William Ward, from England to Sudbury, ft'lass. 1639; removed to 
Marlboro; representative; died August 10, 1687. 

Second Generation, Richard Ward, bom , 1635, married September 

8, 1661, Afary Moore, daughter of John Moore, of Sudbury, from England. 

Third Generation, Obediah Ward, bora December 10, 1663, married Dec. 
20, 1693, Joanna Mixer, daughter of Isaac Mixer, of Watertown, Mass. 

Fourth Generation, Daniel Ward, born , 1700, married February 20, 

1732-3, Mary Stone, daughter of Daniet Stone, of Sudbury. 

Fifth Generation, William Ward, lx>rn November 20, 1733, lived in 

Worcester, Mas.s. ; lieutenant in war of 1755, married , 1764, Sarah 

Trowbridge. 

(Thomas Trowbridge, from Taunton, Eng,, New Haven, cun. ., 1640 

Second Genrration, James Troxobridge, born in England, married Janu- 
ary 30, 1674, Margaret Jackson, bora June 20, 1649. daughter of John Jack- 
son, of Cambridge, Mass., from England. 

Third Generation, William Trowbridge, born November 19, 1684, mar- 
ried , 1707, Sarah Ward, daughter oi John Ward, son oi John and 

grand-son of William Ward, first named. 

Si.rth Generation, Levi Ward, born April 27, 1772, M. D., married , 

1803-4, Sarah Putnam, of Pomfret, Conn. Removed to Palmyra, N. Y. 

Seventh Generation. Susah M. Ward, born , 1803, married S. L. 

Selden. He was judge of the Supreme Court of New York. Residence, 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Their children were [l>eing of the ninth generation :] 
61 3U. Henry L. Selden, bom March 18, 1846. 
6140. Samuel W. Selden, bora September 4, 1847. 



684 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[4 5 7Di] Henry Rogef's Selden, son of Calvin Selden and 
Phebe Eli, (3070) married September 25, 1834, Laura A. Baldwin. 
He was judge of appeals, &c. Residence, Clarkson, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6141. Julia C. Selden, born September 24, 1835. 

6142. Louisa Selden, born October 27, 1837. 

6143. Mary G. Selden, born August 22, 1839. 

6144. Henry B. Selden, born June 30, 1844. 

6145. Laura A. Selden, born October 7, 1848. 

6146. Arthur R. Selden, born October 5, 1850. 

6147. Percy L. Selden, born March 4, 1853. 

6148. David L. Selden, born April i, 1857. 

[4 5 Til] Catherine Abiah Clevclajid, daughter of George Cleve- 
land (3 1 1 2) and Caty Caldwell, married August 19, 18 10, Sijneon 
Hyde. 

[Wii<i<iAM Hyde, of Norwich, Conn., from England. 

Second Generation, Samuel Hyde, bom , 1637, married June — , 1659, 

Jane Lee, bom in England, daughter of Thomas LeE, who came from 
England in 1641, and dying on the vo5"age, his widow and children settled in 
Saybrook, Conn. Samuel Hyde died , 1677. 

Third Generation, John Hyde, born December — , 1667, married March 
3, 1698, Experience Abel, daughter of Caleb Abel, of Norwich, Conn. 
(See 4588.) 

Fourth Generation, James Hyde, bom February 23, 1707, married De- 
cember 26, 1743, Sarah MarsJiall. 

(Thomas Marshall, from England, Boston, Mass., 1630-3, died 1665. 

Second Generation, Samuel Marshall, born in England, settled in Wind- 
sor, Conn., and married May 6, 1652, Mary Wilto7i, daughter of David 
Wilton, of Windsor ; lieutenant in King Philip's war. Samuel Marshall 
was one of the five captains killed iu the "great swamp fight," December 

19, 1675. 

T/iird Generation, Samuel Marshall, born May 27, 1653, married , 

1675, Rebecca Newberry. 

(Thomas Newberry, from England, 1630. 

Second Generation, Benjamin Newberry, born in England, married June 
II, 1646, Mary Allyn, daughter of Matthew Allyn, of Windsor, from 
England. He died September 11, 1689. She died July 29, 1703. 

Third Generation, Rebecca Neivberry, bom May 2, 1655, married Samuel 
Marshall. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 685 

Fourth Generation^ Abiel Marshall, bora , 1682, married November 

18, 1708, Abiah Hough. 

(WiujAM Hough, from England, Glourester, Mass., 1640, married 
October 28, 1645, Sarah Caulkins, daughter of Hugh Caulkins, from Eng- 
land ; removed to New London, Conn. 

Second Generation, John Hough, born October 17, 1655, married January 
27, 1680, Sarah Post, born November 6, 1659, daughter oi John Post, of Say- 
brook, who married , 1652, Hester Hyde, daughter of Wilham 

Hyde, from England. John was a son of Stephkn Post, of Saybrook, 
from England. 

Third Generation, Abiah Hough, born , married Abiel Marshall. 

Fourth Generation, Sarah Marshall, born April 12, 1720, married James 
Hyde. 

Fijth Generation, James Hyde, born July 17, 1752, married April 5, 1774, 
Ufartha Nevins, of Norwich, Conn. James Hyde died April 9, 1809. Mrs. 
James Hyde died , 1823. 

Sixth Generation, Simeon Hyde, bom May 26, 1784, married August 19, 
1810, Catherine A, Cleveland. He was a merchant in New York City. 
Died , 1S53. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
GHy. George C. Hyde, born 181 1, niarrietl Heuiretta Thatcher. 
6150. Simeon P. Hyde, bora 1813, died unmarried, 1S46. 
Gir>l, Thomas S. Hyde, bora 1815, merchant in I^ndon, England. 

6152. Charles K. Hyde, born 1S17, married Eugenia Fairfax. 

6153. Henrj- M. Hyde, born 1S20, married Agnes Moran. 

6154. William C. Hyde, bora 1822, married Eliza Mitchell, 
(il.'io. Melaucton W. Hyde, born 1825, married E. Stoutenberg. 
Gir)0. Katharine C. Hyde, bora 1827, married A. C. Coxe. 

6157. Marietta Hyde, born 1830, married N. Chamberlain. 

[4673.] Francis Cleveland, son of William Cleveland, (31 13) 

and Margaret Falley, married , 1819, Harriett Stewart, of 

Winchester, Va. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6158. Francis W. Cleveland, bora December 20, 1820, died 1852. 

6159. Harriett A. Cleveland, bora July 19, 1822, died 1855, 

[4SBD.] Rev. Richard F. Cleveland, son of William Cleve- 
land, (31 13) and Margaret Falley, graduate Yale College. Pastor 
of church in Windham, Conn., Caldwell, N. Y., and Holland 



686 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Patent, N. Y. He married in Baltimore, Md., September lo, 

1829, Amta Neale, bom , 1804, daughter of Abner Neale of 

Baltimore, and wife Barbara. R. F. Cleveland died October i, 
1853. Mrs. Anna Cleveland died July 19, 1882. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6160. Anna N. Cleveland, born July 9, 1830, married Rev. E. P. Hastings. 

6161. William N. Cleveland, born April 7, 1832, married Anna Thomas. 

6162. Mary A. Cleveland, born November 6, 1853, niarried W. E. Hoyt. 

6163. Grover Cleveland, born March 18, 1837, married Frances Folsom. 

6164. Margaret L. Cleveland, born October 28, 183S, married N. B. Bacon. 

6165. Lewis F. Cleveland, born May 21, 1841, lost at sea 1S72. 

6166. Susan S. Cleveland, born September 2, 1843, married L,. T. Yeomans. 

6167. Rose E. Cleveland, born June 13, 1846. 

[ 45Bli] Margaret Cleveland, daughter of William Cleveland 
(31 13) and Margaret Falley, married February -i, 1825, Lewis 
Falley Alle^i, born January- i, 1800, son of Samuel Allen, of 
Westfield, Mass., and Ruth Falley. 

(Richard Falley, a native of Guernsey, came in youth to Nova Scotia 
where he married Anna Lamb. 

Second Generation, Richard Falley, born January 31, 1740 at George's 
River, Maine, was a drummer in war of 1755. He was taken prisoner at 
Fort Edward, on the Hudson, adopted by an Indian chief and taken to 
Montreal. He was bought from his captor, by a lady, for sixteen gallons of 
rum, and sent to his friends in Westfield, Mass. He was a captain at 
Bunker Hill, and afterwards superintendent of United States Armory at 
Springfield, Mass. He married December 24, 1761-2 Margaret Hitchcock. 
(See 3113.) She died in Fulton, N. Y., February — , 1820. He died Sep- 
tember 3, 1808. 

Third Generation, Riargaret Falley, bom November 15, 1766, married 
Lewis F. AllcJi. Residence, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6168. Richard C. Allen, bom January 25, 1831, 

6169. William C. Allen, born March 18, 1834. 

6170. Margaret G. Allen, bom January 7, 1836. 

[4 SB 4,] Charles Dexter Cleveland, DD., I.L. D., son of Rev. 
Charles Cleveland, (31 14) and Mehitabel Treadwell, graduate of 
Dartmouth College, 1827. Professor in University of New York. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 687 

Principal of Young Ladies' Seminary iu Philadelphia, Pa. He 
married March 31, 1831 Alison Nisbet McCoskey, daughter of 
Saimiel A. McCoskey, of Carlisle, Pa., and grand-daughter of 
Rev. Charles Nisbet, D. D., of Carlisle, president of Dickinson 
College. Dr. Nisbet was a native of Scotland, and a graduate of 
University' of Edinburgh. He died January iS, 1804. Dr. C. D. 
Cleveland died in Philadelphia, August 18, 1869. 

Their children were [l>eing of the ninth generation :] 
G!71. Samuel M. Cleveland, bom December 7, 1837. 
G172. Alison N. Cleveland, boru November 8, 1839. 
111?:?. Treadwell Cleveland, boni April 6, 1843. 
0174. Mebitabol Cleveland, born .\pril 18, 1S45. 
r.l75. Elizabeth Cleveland, born May 3, 1848, 
6170. Lucy Cleveland, lx>m August 18, 1850. 

[4SBB,] Julia Stewart Dod^e, daughter of David L. Dodge 
and Sarah Cleveland, (31 16) married October i, 18 16, Joseph 
Carew Huntington. 

[Simon Hcntixgton. (See 3063.) 

Second Generation, Simon Ifuulington, married Sarah Clark 

Third Generation, Simon Huttting^lon, Ixjrn February 6, 1659, marp'jd 
Octol>er 3, 1683 Lydia Gagcr. 

(William Gagek, a surgeon, from county Suffolk, England, to Boston, 
^lass., 1630. 

Second Generation, John G.i^rr liim in T'lu'lnil sttflid in Xorwioh, 
Conn., with wife Elizabeth. 

Third Generation, Lydia Gather, bom , 1663, ui.irrieJ Sitnon Hunt- 

iugtott. He died November 2, 1736. She died August 8, 1737. 

Fourth Generation, Josttua Huntington, bom December 30, 1698, mar- 
ried October 16, 17 iS, Hannah Perkins. 

(John Pkrkins, of Newent, Gloucestershire, England, came with his 
•vt'ii^ Judith, in the ship "Lion," to Ipswich, Mass., 1631. Died , 1654. 

Second Generation. Jacob Perkins, boru , 1624, married , 1659, 

Elizabeth . He ditd January 15, 1714. 

Third Generation, Jill z Perkins, horn , i^^q ni.irrifd January 30, 

1693, Hannah Lathro/>. 

(Rev. John LaThrop, from EuglauJ to Baiuslable, Ma^s. 



688 DESCENDx\NTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Second Generation, Samuel Lathrop, boru in England, married in Nor- 
wich, Conn., Hannah Adgate, boru October 6, 1653, daughter of Thomas 
Adgate;, of Say.brook, from England. 

Third Generation, Hannah Lathrop, boru , married Jabez Perkins. 

Fourth Generatioii, Hannah Perkins, boru , married Joshua Hunt- 
ington. He died April 26, 1745. She died , 1745. 

Fifth Generation, Jabez Huntington, born August 17, 1719, married Jan- 
uary 20, 1742, Elizabeth Backus. 

(Wii,i:,iAM Backus, from England to Saybrook, Conn., 1638. He died 
Juue — , 1664. 

Second Generation, William Backus, born in Saybrook, married , 

1658, Elizabeth Pratt, born February i, 1642, daughter of William Pra'TT, 
of Saybrook, Conn., from England. 

Third Generation, Samuel Backus, born , 1665, married Elizabeth 

Tracy, daughter of Thomas Tracy, of Hartford, from England. 

Fourth Generation, Elizabeth Backus, born February 25, 1721, married 
Jabez Huntington. He was a major-general in war of revolution, and died 
October 5, 1786. 

Fi/ih Generation, Andrew Huntington, born January 21, 1745, married 
November 26, 1766, Lucy Coit, born July 2, 1746, daughter of Doct. Joseph 
Coil, of New London, Conn., and Lydia Lathrop. Andrew Huntington 
was a colonel in war of revolution ; judge ; lived in Norwich, Conn. ; died 
April 7, 1S24. 

Sixth Generation, Joseph Huntington, born September 3, 176S, married 
July 17, 1 791, Eunice Carew, daughter of Joseph Carew and Eunice Ed- 
ge r ton. 

Seventh Generation, Joseph Carew Hiintiiigton, born July 23, 1792, mar- 
ried Julia S. Dodge. Residence, New York City. He died April 30, 1S52. 
She died December 23, 1859. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6177. David L. D. Huntington, born April 30, 181S, married M. Van Dresser. 

6178. George F. Huntington, born January 30, 1820, married Flora. Cleland. 

6179. Lucy C. Huntington, born April 11, 1821, married S. L. Magouii. 

6180. Julia P. Huntington, born February 15, 1829, married W. H. Grenelle. 

6181. Charies S. Huntington, boru July 17, 1838. 

61S2. Sarah C. Huntington, born February 15, 1840, married W. L. Seymour. 

[4GBBi] David Stuart Dodge, son of David L. Dodge and 
Sarah Cleveland, (3 11 6) married April — , 1^27, Caroline Hyde. 
[WiLWAM HYD15, from England. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 689 

Second Generation, Samuel Hyde, boru , 1637, m»rried January — , 

1659, Jane Lee, boru in England, daughter of Thomas Lee, of Lyme, Conn., 
from England, 1640-1. 

Third Generation, John Hyde, born December — , 1667, married March 
3, 169S, Experience Abel, bom December — , 1674, daughter of Cai,kb 
Abel, from England, to Dedham, Mass., who removed in 1668 to Norwich, 
Conn., and married July — , 1669, Margaret Post. 

(Stephen Post, from England, Cambridge, Mass., 1634, removed to 
Hartford, Conn., thence to Saybrook, Conn., and died August 16, 1659. 

Second Generation, John Post, born in England, married , Hester 

Hyde, daughter of Wii.i,iam Hyde, before mentioned. Settled in Norwich, 
Conn., and died November 27, 1710. 

Third Generation, Margaret Post, born February 21, 1653, married 
Caleb Abet. He died August 17, 1731. She died November — , 1700. 

Fourth Generation, Experience Abel, boru December — , 1674, married 
John Hyde. 

Fourth Generation, James Hyde, bom February 28, 1707, married Decem- 
ber 26, 1743, Sarah Marshall, bom , 1709, daughter of Abiel Marshall, 

and ylbigail Hough, son of Samuel Marshall. (See .4571.) 

Fijth Generation, Sarah Marshall, born , 1709, married James Hyde, 

who died April 24, 1793. She died November 3, 1773. 

Sixth Generation, James Hyde, bom July 17, 1752, married April 5, 1774, 
Martha A'ez'ins. He was a captain in war of revolution, and died in Nor- 
wich, Conn., -Vpril 9, 1799. 

Sei'enth Generation, Erastus Plyde, bom Febmary 7, 1775, married Feb- 
uary 26, 1797, Fannie Pell, daughter of CapL Joseph Bell, of Stonington, 
Conn. Residence, Norwich, Conn. He died , 1849. 

Eighth Generation, Caroline Hyde, born December 3, 1804, married D. 
S. Dodge. Residence, New York City. 

Their chiUlren were [being of the ninth generation :] 

fil83. Sarah F. Dodge, bora Febmary 23, 1829. 
0184. Caroline M. Dodge, born April 3, 1831. 
filSo. David L. Dodge, bora June 5, 1S34. 
018(5. Harriett F. Dodge, bom January 8, 1836. 
0187. Mary S. Dodge, born January 5, 1841. 
(5188. William E. Dodge, born January 23, 1843. 
0180. Frederick N. Dodge, bom Febmary 6, 1845. 
011)0. Joseph E. Dodge, bom February 19, 1847. 



690 DKSCENUANTS OF JOHN PORTER- 

[4 SB 9,] IVilliam Earle Dodge, sou of David L. Dodge and 

Sarah Cleveland, (31 16) married , 1831, Melissa Phelps, 

daughter of Atisoii G. Phelps. Merchaut in New York City. 

Tbeir children were [being of the ninth generation.] 
6191. William E. Dodge, born Jauuar^' 15, 1832. 
G192. Anson P. Dodge, born August 15, 1834. 

0193. David S. Dodge, born September 22, 1836. 

0194. Charles C. Dodge, born September 16, 1841. 
6195. Norman W. Dodge, born November 24, 1846. 
619G. George F. Dodge, born Noveniber 4, 1849. 
6197. Arthur M. Dodge, born October 29, 1852. 

[46aD,] Mary Abiah Dodge, daughter of David L. Dodge 
and Sarah Cleveland, (31 16) married October 15, 1828, Norman 
White. 

[Elder John White, from England, to Hartford, Conn. 

Second Generation, Daniel White, born in England, married November 
I, 1661, Sarah Croice, born March i, 1647, daughter of John Crowe, of 

Hartford, who married , 1637-S, Elizabeth Goodunn, daughter of Elder 

W11.1.IAM Goodwin, of Hartford, from England. 

Third Generation, Daniel White, born July 4, 1671, manned July 6, 1704, 
Anne Bissell. 

(John Bissell, from England, to Windsor, Conn., died October 3, 1677, 
aged eighty-five. 

Second Generation, Joiin /•issell, born ri I'.nglaud, married June 17, 
1658, Isabel Mason, daughter of Major John ]Mason, of Windsor, from 
England; removed to Lebanon, Conn. 

Third Generation, Anne Bissell, born April 28, 1675, married Daniel 
White. 

Fourth Generation, Joel White, bom April 6, 1705, married January 28, 
1736, Ruth Dart. 

(Richard Dart, came from England, with his wife Bethiel, New Lon- 
don, Conn., 1664. 

Second Generation, Daniel Dart, born May 3, 1666, removed to Bolton, 
Conn., and married August 4, 1686, Elizabeth Douglas. 

(William Douglas, came from England to Boston, Mass., with wife 
Anna, 1640. She was a daughter of Thomas Maybell, of Ringstead, 
Northamptonshire, England. Removed to New London, 1647. He died 
July — , 1682. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 691 

Second Generation, William Douglas, born April i, 1645, married De- 
cember 18, 1667, Atiiah Hough, bom September 16, 1648, daughter of 
William Hough. (See 4571.) He died March 9, 1725. 

Third Generation, Elizabeth Douglas, born , 1668, married Daniel 

Dart. 

Fourth Generation, Ruth Dart, born , 17 15, married /(3<r/ White. 

Fifth Generation, Daniel Dart White, born December 7, 1749, married 
January i, 1772, Sarah Hale. 

Sixth Generation, Daniel While, bom July 14, 1773, in Andover, Conn., 
married February 19, 1800, Eunice Stanley. 

(Timothy Stanley, brother of Thomas, (see John Porter, 2,) from Eng- 
land with wife Elizabeth, died in Hartford, Conn., October 4, 1648. 

Second Generation, Caleb Stanley, bom , 1640, married , 1665, 

Hannah Cowles, daughter of John Cowlks, (or Coles) of Farmingtou, 
Conn., from England. He died September 24, 1690. Mrs. Hannah Stanley 
died February — , 1690. 

Third Generation, Caleb Stanley, bom September 6, 1674, married , 

Hannah Oltnslead. 

Fourth Generation, Moses Stanley, bom August 4, 1738, married June 
12, 1768, Ennice Strong, bora April 11, 1743, daughter of Joseph Strong, 
of Coventry, Conn., who uiarrie<l May 12, 1724, Elizabeth Strong, daughter 
of /Wsert'cd Strong and Tabiiha Lee. 

Seventh Generation, Norman White, bom August 8, 1805, married Mary 
A. Dodge. Merchant in New York City. Mrs. Mary A. White died Jan- 
uarj- 5. 1857. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
filOS. Mar>' S. WHiitc, bom August 31, 1829, married Rev. M. M. Smith. 
G190. Erskine N. White, Iwm May 31, 1833, married Eliza T. Nelson. 
62()0. Charles T. White, lx>rn January 20, 1835 married Georgiana Starin. 
02111. Emma H. White, bom August 19, 1836, married Dr. Benjamin Lee. 
0202. Julia C. White, bom May 22, 1838, married C. C. Johnson. 
<j2().3. Helen C. Wliite, bom July 26, 1843, married A. W. Parsons. 
«;2(>4. Grace S. White, bora April 4, 1845, married Henr>' G. Starin. 

[4531.] Elizabeth Clement Dodge, daughter of David L. 
Dodge and Sarah Clcvela?id, (3 116) married March 25, 1829, 
Edmund B. Stedman. 

[Thom.\s Stedman, of New London, Conn., married April 9, 1724, Anna 
Seavcr. 



692 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

(RoBKR'r Seavkr, from England, Roxbury, Mass., 1634, married Eliza- 
beth Ballard, daughter of Wilwam BalIvArd, of Lynn, Mass., and wife 
Elizabeth, from England. 

Second Generation, Nathaniel Seaver, bom January 8, 1645, married , 

1670, Sarah Hammond, daughter of Thomas Hammond, of Hingham, Mass., 

from Lavenham, county Suffolk, England. She died , 1676. Nathaniel 

Sever was killed in the fight at Sudbury, April 21, 1676. 

Third Generation, John Seaver, born April iS, 1671, married , 

Sarah . 

Fourth Generation, Anfta Seaver, bom , 1701, married Thomas Sted- 

man. He died April 9, 1775. Sh^^' died April 20, 1787. 

Fifth Generaiion, Thomas Stedman, born , 1732, in Brookline, Mass., 

married September 23, 1760, Mehitabel Griffin. 

(Ebene/.ER Griffin, of Cambridge, Mass., removed to Hampton, Conn., 
and married , Haimah Chandler. 

(WiLWAM Chandi,ER, from England, to Roxbury, Mass., with wife 
Amiis, 1637. He died May 13, 1640. 

Second Generation, William Chandler, born , 1636, settled in 

Audover, Mass. He married August 24, 1658, Mary Dane, born 1639, 
daughter oi John Dane, of Ipswich, Mass., from Colchester, England, 1636, 
sou of John Dane, from England, who married as his second wife, Annis 
widow of his father. Mrs. Mary Dane died May 10, 1679. 

Third Generation, Philemon Chandler, born September 4, 1671, lived in 
Andover. He married , 1702, Hannah Clary. 

(John Clary, from England, Watertown, Mass., married Febuary 5, 1644, 
Sarah Cady, sister of Nicholas Cady, of Watertown, from England. Re- 
moved to Hadley, Mass., and died , 1690. 

Second Generation, John Clary, born , 1648, married , 1670, 

Anne Dickinson, born , 1650, daughter of Nathaniel Dickinson, of 

Weathersfield aud Hadley, from England. 

Third Generation, Hannah Clary, born , 1675, married Philemon 

Chandler. Residence, Pronfret, Conn. 

Fourth Generation, Hannah Chandler, bom January 20, 1713, married 
Ebenezer Griffin. 

Fifth Generation, Mehitabel Griffn, born March 29, 1741, married 
Thomas Stedman. 

Sixth Generation, Griffin Stedman, born September 27, 1770, married 
Elizabeth Gordon. 

Seventh Generation, Edmund B. Stedman, born, •, married Eliza- 
beth C. Dodge. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 693 

Their cliildreu were [being of the ninth generation :] 
C20.J. Kdmuud C. Stedman, bom , 1830. 

6206. Julia D. Stedman, bom , 1833. 

6207. Charles F. Stedman, bom , 1835. 

6208. Clarissa Stedman, bom , 1837. 

[4592i Susan P. Dodge, daughter of David L. Dodge and 
Sarah Cleveland, (3116) married November 16, 1S37, Uzal Corey, 
of Plainfield, N. J. 

He was a descendant, probably, oi John Corey, who was in 
Elizabethtown, N. J., previous to 1698, who was son of Abra- 
ham COREV, of Southold, Iv. I., from England, who married , 

1662, Margaret, daughter of Jeffrey Christophers, of New 
London, Conn., from Devonshire, England. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6209. Mary C. Corey, bom August 23, 1838. 

6210. William D. Corey, bom March 23, 1840. 

621 1. David U. Corey, born July lo, 1847. 

[4594,] Mary Burr Pratt, daughter of Harry Pratt and 
Susan Cleveland, {t,ii^) married October ir, 1830, Phinehas B, 
Cooke. 

[Aaron Cookk, from England, Windsor, Conn., i6^/>. married /oatnia 
Ford, daughter of Thomas Ford, from England. 

Second Generation, Aaron Cooke, bom Feburary 21, 1640, married May 
30, 1661, .Sara A IVestzvood, daughter of Wii i \\\\ Wi si'vniHt, of TTm'Hov 
from England, 1632, with wife Bridge! 

Ttiird Generation, West-wood Cooke, born March 20, 1070, married , 

1692, Sara/i Coleman, bom October 25, 1672, daughter of N^oati Colemin of 
Hadley. 

Fourth Generation, Aaron Cooke, born January 14, 1699, married I-el)ru- 
ary 26, 1725, Anne Cooke, bom June 6, 1700, daughter of Samuel Cooke 
and Anne Marstt, daughter of Jonatfian Marsh. Samuel was a son of Aaron 
Cooke and Sarah Wcstwood. 

Fifth Generation, John Cooke, bora April 11, 1726, married January 24, 
1760, Elizabeth Smith, born April 8, 1741, daughter of David Smith, of 
Hadley, who married , 1740, Hannah U'illard. 

(Simon Willard, bom at Horsmondeu, county Kent, England, , 

1605, came with wife Mary to Cambridge, Mass., 1634. 



694 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Second Generation, Josiah Willard, boru iu England ; remo\ed to 
Weathersfield, Conn., and married March 20, 1657, Hannah Hosmer, daugh- 
ter of Thomas Hosmer, of Hartford, from England. 

Third Generation, Simon Willard, boru , 1663, married February 

12, 1690, 3Iary Gilbert, bom November 18, 1670, daughter oi Josiah Gil- 
bert, of Weathersfield. 

Fourth Generation, Josiah IVillard, bom Febmaty 10, 169 1-2, married 
, Hannah Montague. 

(Richard Montague, from Bumham, county Bucks, England, with 
•wife Abigail, to Boston, Mass. Removed to Weathersfield, Conn., 1648, 
Hadley, Mass., 1659, died December 14, 1681. 

Second Generation, John Montague, bora , 1655, married March 23, 

1681, Hannah Smith, born July 7, 1662, daughter of Chileab Smith and 
Hannah Hitchcock, aud died , 1732. 

Third Generation, Hannah Montague, bom May 28, 1697, married /(^.^/aA 
Willard. 

Fourth Generation, Hannah Willard, bora •, 1720, married David 

Stnith. 

Fifth Gctteration, Elizabeth Smith, born April 8, 1741, married John 
Cooke. She died January 20, 1819. He died Febraary 29, 1805. 

Sixth Generation, Rev. Phinehas Cooke, bora October 9, 1781, graduated 

Washington College, 1S03; minister at Amherst, Mass., married . He 

died April 28, 1853. 

Seventh Generation, Phinehas B. Cooke, born , married Mary B. 

Pratt. Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6212. Julia P. Cooke, boru June 10, 1838. 

6213. Mary C. Cooke, born May 4, 1840. 

6214. Francis M. Cooke, bora September 2, 1843. 

6215. Harry W. Cooke, bora Febraar> 8, 1850. 

[469 Si] Susan C. Pratt, daughter of Harry Pratt Q.n6. Susan 
Cleveland, (3 11 8) raanied January 28, 1830, Elijah Webster, of 
Litchfield, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6216. GeorgeP. Webster, born December 31, 1S31. 

6217. Henry C. Webster, bora October 10, 1833. 

6218. Elijah D. Webster, born Febraary 16, 1836. 
C219. Susan E. Webster, bora October i, 1838, 
6220. Lucy E. Webster, bora October 28, 1841. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 695 

Caroline C. Webster, boru September 7, 1847. 
i.___. Mary A. Webster, bom November 20, 1S50. 

[4636.] Henry Z. Pratt, sou of Harry Pratt aud Susan 
Cleveland, (31 18) married September 15, 1835, Lucy Elizabeth 

Brace, born , 18 14, daughter of Thomas Kimberly Brace and 

Lucy Martha Lee, of Hartford, Couu. Residence. Hartford Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
622:]. Henry C. Pratt, bom September 8, 1836. 
6224. Thomas B. Pratt, bom March 31, 183S. 
'iJi'. George W. Pratt, bora Februarj* 13, 1840. 
<;i'_'w. William H. Pratt, bom October i6, 1842. 
0227. Lucy B. Pratt, bom Febmary 26, 1846. 
C228. Charles C. Pratt, bora August 19, 1S48. 

[4637.] James H. Pratt, son of Harry Pratt and Susan 
Cleveland, (3118) married September 15, 1840, in East Bloomfield, 
N. Y., Afana E. Broughton, daughter of Frederick Broughton. 
J. H. Pratt was a merchant in Rochester, N. Y. She died 1848. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
' ' ' Francis B. Pratt, bora April 15, 1842. 
'.J .. Frederick H. Pratt, born July 5, 1S45. 
t,j !. John C. Pratt, Ixjrn February 17. 1848. 

[453B.] Abigail C. Pratt, daughter of Harry Pratt aud 
Susan Cleveland, (31 18) married Septemljer 16, 1842, Rev. Lyman 
P. Judson. Residence, Victor N. Y. 

Their children were [Ix^ing of the ninth generation :] 
G232. Kdward L. Judson, bom January 7, 1845. 
«»2:i.3. Hcur)- P. Judson, bora December 20, 1849. 

6234. Susan C. Judson, bora May 25, 1853. 

[4633.] Lucy Coil Huntington Pratt, daughter of Harry 
Pratt and Susan Cleveland, (31 18) married 1S32, Gilbert McKie 
Mulligan. Residence, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6235. Elizabeth M. Mulligan, bom October i, 1833. 
»",2;W. Samuel G. Mulligan, bora August 31, 1835. 
(;237. John C. Mulligan, boru April 13, 1S37. 



696 DESCENDANTS OP JOHN PORTER. 

6238. Lucy C. iiux.,.L;.u., uoru July 22, 1S39. 

6239. Thomas P. Mulligan, born April 17, 1842. 

6240. Jane Mulligan, born March i, 1845. 

[4BnD,] Sarah Elizabeth Py-att, daughter oi Harry Pratt 
and Stcsan Cleveland, (31 18) married July 18, 1844, William A. 
Herrick. Residence, Geneva, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6241. William C. Herrick, born July 3, 1845. 

6242. Elizabeth P. Herrick, born December 30, 1S50. 
0243. Ivucy W. Herrick, bom November 19, 1852. 

[4 B D 1 1 ] John M. Pratt, son of Harry Pratt and Susan Cleve- 
land, (3 1 1 8) married July 7, 1845, Mary W. Tudor. 

[Owen Tudor, from England, to Windsor, Conn., 1645, married Novem- 
ber 13, 1651, Mary Looinis, born in England, daughter of Joseph Loomis, 
of Windsor, from England. 

Second Generation, Samuel Tudor, born November 26, 1657, married , 

1685, Abigail Filley, born August 21, 1658, daughter of Wix.li.a.m Filley, 
of Windsor, from England. 

Third Generation, Rev. Samuel Tudor, born , graduated at Yale 

College 1728, married , Mary Smith. 

(SajiueIv Smith, and wife Elizabeth, from England, Hadley, Mass. 

Second Generatioti, Philip Smith, born , 1633, married , 1658, 

Rebecca Foote. 

Third Ge?ieration, Joseph Smith, born , 1673 ; Harvard College, 

1695, ordained May 10, 1709, minister at Cohanzey, N. J., and Januar}' 15, 
1715, minister at Upper Middletown, Conn., married Esther Parsons. 

(Joseph Parsons, from England, Springfield, Mass., 1636, married No- 
vember 26, 1646, Mary Bliss, daughter of Thomas Bliss, of Hartford. 
Removed to Northampton, Mass., and was killed by Indians, September 2, 
1675. Mrs. Mary Parsons died January 29, 1712. 

Second Generation, Esther Parsotis, born December 24, 1672, married 
Joseph Smith. He died September 8, 1736. She died May 30, 1760. 

Fourth Generation, Mary Smith, born , 1704, married Rev. Samuel 

Tudor. 

Fourth Generatioft, Sa7nuel Tudor, born , 1737, married , 1759, 

Naomi Dickens, of Bloomfield, Conn. 

Fiftli Generation, Samuel Tudor, born August 15, 1769, married Mary 
Watson. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 697 

Sixth Generation, William Watson Tudor, boru March 19, 1801, grad- 
uated Yale College 1S20, married Mary Bruce, daughter of Banuick Bruce, 
M. D., of Englaud. 

Seventh Generation, Mary W. Tudor, bom , married /. M. Pratt. 

Residence, Brooklyn, N. Y. She died , 1855. 

Their children were [beiug of the ninth generation :] 
6244. William Tudor Pratt, born July 2, 1847. 
0245. Edward C. Pratt, born April 22, 1850. 

6246. Mary T. Pratt, born February iS, 1853. 

6247. Alice C. Pratt, boru April 17, 1855. 

[4BD2.] Margaret L. Smith, daughter of /t'//^; C. Smith and 

Lucy Cleveland, (31 19) married , A. J. Burr, whose first 

wife was Julia D. Pratt, (4510.) Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

He died s. p., . She married, second time, June i, 1846, 

Luther Tucker, of Albanj', N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6248. Gilbert M. Tucker, boni August 26, 1S47. 
624!>. Willis G. Tucker, born October 31, 1849. 

[4B13.] Leonard D. Porter, son of Ethan B. Porter, (3124) 
and Julia Gnswold, married Januar>' 11, 1858, Sarah Stevens. 
He died in Minneapolis, Minn., September 20, 1869. 

Their children were [Ixring of the ninth generation :] 
0250. Nettie J. Porter, bom October i, i860. 
.6251. Martha S. Porter, bom October 19, 1S62. 
<;2-"i2. William D. Porter, bora December 28, 1863. 
()253. Charles A. Porter, bom June 25, 1866. 

[4E2C.] Martha A. Porter, daughter of Ethan B. Porter 
{^i 2:^) and Julia Grisivold, married July 9, 1852, Charles Kirk- 
ham Griswold, of Weathersfield, Conn. 

[MrCH.\Ri. Grtswold, with wife Anne, from England, Weathersfield, 
Conn. 

Second (jcncraiioti, jacoo i.insuviLl, uorn Apni 15, 1660, married Decem- 
ber 10, 1685, Mary . 

Third Generation, Ebenezer Griswold, bom October 25, 1702, married 
December 13, 1734, Deborah Grihme, born May 24, 1706, daughter oi Joseph 
Grihme, of Hartford, who married November 24, 1686, Deborah Stebbens, 



698 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

daughter of John Stebbens, and graud-daughter of Roland Stebbens, from 
England. 

Fourth Generation, Timothy Griswold, born October 24, 1744, married 
January 17, 1765, Hannah Tryon, daughter of Abiel Tryon, of Weathers- 
field, and wife Haimah. 

Fifth Generation, Jotiathan Griswold, born May 19, 1766, married 
October 7, 1790, Huldah Francis. 

(Robert Franxis, from England, with wife Joan, Weathersfield, Conn. 
He died January 2, 1712. She died Januarys 29, 1705. 

Scco7id Generation, Robert Francis, born Februar}- 13, 1692, manied 
, 1722, Elizabeth . 

Third Generation, Timothy Francis, born March 8, 1733, married March 
10, 1762, Elizabeth Hanmer. 

(Francis Hanmer, from England, Weathersfield, Conn, 

Second Generation, Francis Hanmer, bom June 15, 1709, married May 
4, 173 1, Elizabeth Curtis, born March 18, 1707, daughter oi John Curtis and 
Elizabeth Wright, daughter of Joseph Wrig-ht, of Weathersfield, son of 
Thomas Wright, from England. 

Third Generation, Elizabeth Hatimcr, bom August 16, 1733, married 
Timothy Francis. 

Fourth Generation, Huldah Francis, born , 1770, married October 

7, 1790, Jonathan Grisivold. 

Sixth Generation, Charles Griswold, born ^lay 24, iSoo, married , 

Chloe Kirkham. 

Seventh Generation, Charles K. Griswold, bom , 1829, married 

Martha A. Porter. Residence, Weathersfield, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
G254. Emma H. Griswold, born April 30, 1853. 

6255. Frederick W. Griswold, born August 2, 1854. 

6256. Norbert W. Griswold, born September 7, 1856. 

6257. Jeunette H. Griswold, bora June 15, 1862. 

[4 B 4 3 1] Lo7iisa Helton, daughter of Horace Holton and Polly 
Dickinson, (3147) married April 25, 1832, Nelson IV. Purple. 

Edward Purple, of Haddam, Conn., from England, about 1670, was 
probably a descendant of Christopher Purple, of county Essex, England. 
A native of France, and a Huguenot, who emigrated after the massacre of 

St. Bartholomew. Edward Purple married , 1675, Hannah Ackley, 

daughter of Nicholas Ackley, of Haddam. 



DESCUNDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 699 

Second Generation, Edward Purple, born , 1676, uiarried , 1712, 

Mary . 

Third Generation, Edward Purple, born March 28, 1713, removed to 
Middletown, Conn. He married , 1740, Ruth Hollister. 

(John Hoi.i.isTER, from England to Weathersfield, Conn. ; representa- 
tive; married , 1640, Joanna Treat, daughter o!" Richard Treat, from 

England. 

Second Generation, Ju/tn Holiislcr, born , 104-:, married November 

20, 1667, Sarah Goodrich, daughter of William Goodrich, of Weathers- 
field, who married October 4, 1648, Sarah Manyn, daughter of Matthew 
Marvyn, of Hartford, from England. 

Third Generation, Thomas Hollister, born January' 14, 1672, married 
, 1695, Dorothy Hill^ 

(William Hill,' from linghiud to Roxbury. Mass., 1632; removed to 
Hartford, Conu., married Phillis Lyman, daughter of Richart) Iaman, of 
Hartford, from England. I 

Second Generation, Joseph ihHihoru , 1750; roiiiovcd V^ (^.hisioii- 

bury, Conu. He married . 

Third Generation, Dorothy Hill^ l)oni , married Thomas llollisier. 

Fourth Generation, Ruth Hollister, boni October 13, 1720, married , 

1740, Edward Purple. He died August — , 1752. 

Fourth Generation, Ezra Purple, born July 25, 1788, married April 3, 
1810, Elizabeth Green, of Bernardstown, Mass., who died November 25, 1857, 
aged seventy. He was an innkeeper at Gill, Mass., and died October 15, 1835. 

Fijth Generation, Nelson W. Purple, born January 3, 181 r, married 
Lousa Holton. Residence, Northfield, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the uintii i^cueralion :] 
G2"x'<. George B. Purple, bom January 23, 1833, diid Dpct iiibcr o iSu. 
caw. Elizabeth M. Puriile, boru July 18, 1835. 
OJ(iO. Georgiana L. Purple, bora April 3, 1838. 
C.'itil. Charles N. Purple, Ixsra September 23, 1844. 

[4B6D.] Mary Holton, daughter of Horace Holton and Polly 

Dickinson, (3147) m.irried . 18^4, Waller Field. Residence, 

Northfield, Mass, 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
G2*>2. Anna H. Field, bora August 2, 1838. 
C2»):i. George W. Field, born July 14, 1840. 



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700 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[4 B S 2 1] Horace Holton, son of Horace Holton and Polly Dick- 
inson, (3147) married , 1841, Sarah A. Field. Residence, 

Northfield, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6264. Sarah A. Holton, bora February 10, 1843. 

6265. Arthur H. Holton, born January 2, 1846. 

6266. Walter R. Holton, bora Febraary 11, 1857. 

[4 B S 3 .] Roswell Holton, son of Horace Holton and Polly Dick- 
inson, (3147) married , 1847, Mary A. Sheldon, daughter of 

Izatus Sheldon, of Bernardstown, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6267. Mary A. Holtou, bora May 3, 1848. 

6268. Charles S. Holton, born October 27, 1S50. 

6269. Frank B, Holton, born February 16, 1855. 

6270. Clifford J. Holton, bora Febraary 21, 1857. 
6171. Rosa J. Holton, born May 16, 1862. 

[4BG5.] William Holton, .son of Horace Holton and Polly 
Dickinson, (3147) married Februar}^ 6, 1848, Editha Clark, daugh- 
ter of William Clark, of Montague, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6272. Frank T. Holton, bora May 9, 1851. 

6273. 6273, Helen A. Holton, born November 29, 1S52. 

[4B 5 7i] Rufus Holton son of Horace Holton and Polly Dick- 
inson, (3147) married May 10, 1849, Harriett Snow. Residence, 
Northfield, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6274. Lily Augusta Holton, born June 8, 1850. 

6275. Harriett G. Holton, bora October 23, 1854. 

6276. Frank G. Holton, bora February 15, 1856. 

6277. EfSe V. Holton, born November 3, iSsg. 

6278. Grace B. Holton, born March 18, 1864. 

[4B7Di] Mary A. Baldwin, daughter oi John Baldwin and 
Peggy Williams, (3163) married November.!, x"^!^, David Le Favor, 
a merchant in Pawtucket, R. I. 



DESCKNDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 701 

Their chiklrcii were [being of the niuth generation :] 
C27;». Edward Leravor, boru May 4, 1S27. 
6280. Horace LeFavor, bom January 6, 1830. 
(V2SI. Mary LeFavor, born April 12, 1833. 
G2.S2. Ilebcr LeFavor, born May 3, 1837. 

[4B73.] Charles Peabody Daldiuin, sou o{ John Dalduin and 

Pfggy Williams, (3163) married , Mary A. Sibley. He was 

a merchant in New York City. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6283. John Baldwin, bom , 1840, 

0284. Jane Baldwin, born , 1S42. 

628."). Charles Baldwin, born , 1S45. 

6286. Mary Baldwin, bom , 1847. 

6287. Frederick Baldwin, born , 1850. 

[4B75.] Eliza Af. Daldzvin, daughter ct{ John Daldxvin and 

Peggy Williams, (3163) married , Rev. George Tafft, 

(Episcopal,) of Pawtucket, R. I. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6288. George Taffl, boru , 1843. 

6281». Ellen F. Tafft, bom . 1845. 

[4B7B.] Afoses If. Paid-win, son oi John Paldwiyi and Peggy 
Williatns, (3163) married April 23. 1837, ATarlha N. Whittlesey. 

(John Whittlksry, from England to vSaybrook, Conn., married June 
20, 1664, Ruth Dudley, 'wm April 20, 1645, daughter of William Dudley, 
of Guilford, Conn., from England. 

.Second Generation, Rev. Samuel Whittlesey, boru , 1689 ; Yale Col- 
lege 1705 ; married July i, 171 2, Sarah Cliaunccy, daughter of Rev. Nathaniel 
Chauncey. (See No. 154.) 

Third Generation, Rev. Chauncey Whitileicy, bora October S, 1717; 
Yale College 1738; married August 13, 1753, Martha Newton, daughter of 
Rev. Roger Newton. C. Whittlesey was ordained March i, 1758, minister 
at New Haven, Conn. He died July 24, 17S7. 

Fourth Generation, John Whittlesey, born Septembers, 1770, married 
July I, 1799, Anne Kirku'ood. He died in New Haven, May 12, 1849. 

Fifth Generation, Martha N. Whittlesey, born April 17, 1815, married 
M. H. Baldwin. Residence, Pittsfield, Mass. 



702 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6290. Anne W. Baldwin, born , 1S3S. 

6291. Helen Baldwin, born , 1841. 

6292. Martha Baldwin, born , 1843. 

[4 B B li] Harriett Rebecca Baldwin, daughter of John Baldwiti 
and Peggy Williams, (3163) married March 17, 1845, Joseph B. 
Walton, born in Cherry Valley, N. Y., Februar>' 26, 1819, son of 
Joseph Walton, who married in Albany, N. Y., December 4, 1809, 
Eliza Smith, born August 25, 1789, daughter of Elias Smith and 
his wife Catherine Molyneux. 

(Joseph Walton, born in Ira, Rutland county Vt., August 17, 

1785, was son of Jonathan Walton, born in Mystic, Conn,, , 

1748, a descendant of Rev. W11.LIAM Walton, who graduated at 
Emanuel College, Cambridge, England, A, B. 1621, A. M. 1625, 
and was minister at Seaton, Devonshire, England. He came to 
New England in 1639, with wife Elizabeth, was minister at Mar- 

blehead, Mass., and died , 1668. Mrs. Elizabeth Walton 

died , 1 67 1.) J. B. Walton lived in Honsdale, Pa. 

There children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6293. Henry H. Walton, born August 29, 1844, died February 20, 1S46. 

6294. Mary E. Walton, born November 6, 1847, married Henry P. Baldwin. 

6295. Edith F. Walton, born April 22, 1852, married John McMillan. 

6296. Charles W. Walton, bom February 12, 1855, married Eva Hackett. 

[4BB2i] Liicy Tyler Williams, daughter oi Ebenezer Wil- 
liams, (3163) and Eliza Whitwell, married April 23, 1840, Virgil 
B. Bogue, of Elyria, O. He died November 7, 1857. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6297. Harriett S. Bogue, born July 20, 1841, married C. J. Goodspeed. 

6298. Mary W. Bogue, born October 3, 1842, married L. N. Deidrick. 

6299. Jane C. Bogue, born October 31, 1844, married Ezra N. Starr. 

6300. Eliza W. Bogue, born July 19, 1847. married Edward Amadon. 

[4BB4.] Chester K. Williams, son of Ebe?iezer Williams, 

(3163) and Eliza Whitwell, married , 1864, Maria P. 

A?ithony. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 703 

Their cliildren were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6301. Maria L. Williams, bom December 23, 1865. 

6302. Kate Williams, boni November — , 1867, 

6303. Lucy Williams, bom December — , 1869. 

[4 BBS.] Percy Key es Williams, A2m^\\.qx oi Ebeyiezer Wil- 
liavis (3163) and Eliza Whitwell, married November 20, 1837, 
Charles L. Shepherd. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6304. Francis P. Shepherd, bom April 29, 1841, married Kate Starr. 
ftiOo. Stella E. Shepherd, bora January 28, 1843, married Charies Martin. 
()3(>6. Emeliue A. Shepherd, bom August 21, 1845. 

6307. Percy K. Shepherd, bom , 1848. 

f)308. Charles P. Shepherd, bom November 7, 1852. 

[4BBB.] Charlotte Williams, daughter ^{ Ebcnczcr Williams 

(3163) and Eliza Whit'well, married , 1845, William Af. 

Mason. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
630<). Joscjjhijie Mason, bom March i, 1846, married William Lawson. 
63!0. Susan M. Mason, bom May 7, 1849. 

6311. Chester K. Mason, bora April 18, 1852. 

6312. Frank L. Mason, bora July 4, 1854. 

[4BB7.] Erancis M. Williams, daughter o{ Ebenezer Wil- 
liams (3163) and Eliza Whituell, married , 1846, Johji H. 

Woodruff. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
a313. Charies H. Woodmff, l>ora July i, 1842. 

6314. Ellen Woodmff, bom , 1850. 

G315. Edward W. Woodmff, bora October 13, 1854. 

[4B32.] Charles Lewis Williams, .son ai Samuel H. Williams 

(3166) and Lucretia Noble, married , 1863, Mary Eleming. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6316. Lucretia N. Williams, bom May 24, 1864. 

6317. Mary L. Williams, bora September 5, 1866. 

6318. Alice D. Williams, born November 26, 1868. 

6319. Lewis A. Williams, bom September 6, 1870. 

6320. Sarah F. Williams, born April 29, 1873. 



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704 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN rORTKR. 

[4BB4i] Lewis Williams, sow oi Leivis Williains (3167) and 

Lydia Carter, married , 1869, Harriett Nye. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6321. Henry N. Williams, born July 13, 1870. 

6322. Lawrence Williams, born May 6, 1875. 

[4B3Si] Caroline S. Anthony, daughter of James A^ithony 
and Sarah P. Williams, (3 171) married August 31, 1842, Rev. 
James Noble Sykes. 

[Richard Sykes, from England, with wife Phebe, Springfield, Mass. 

Second Generation, Victory Sykes, bom March 3, 1649, niarried January 
29, 1673, Elizabeth Burt, daughter of Jonattian Diirt, of Springfield, and 
Elizabeth Lobdetl, sister of Simon Lobdell, of Springfield, from England. 

Third Generation, Jonathan Sykes, born July 17, 1675, niarried , 

Mary Lane. 

(William Lane, from England, with wife Mary. 

Second Generation , Samuel Lane, bom January 23, 1652, married Dec. 

II, 1677, Sarah Dickinson, born , 1654, daughter of Johii Dickinson, 

who married , 1648, Frances Foote, daughter of Nathaniel Foote, of 

Weathersfield, from England. Samuel Lane Served in King Philip's war, 
and died , 1690. 

Third Generation, Mary Lane, born May 7, 1684, married Jonathan 
Sykes. He died September 25, 17 10. 

Fourth Generation, Jonathan Sykes, born , married Mary Adams. 

Fijth Generation, Lot Sykes, bom August 10, 1738-9, married , 1767, 

Jemima Barker. He died June 26, 1820. 

Sixth Generation, Lot Sykes, born January* 15, 1774, married Calista 
Noble. 

(Thom.\.s Noble, from England, Westfield, Mass., married November i, 
1660, Hannah, daughter of William Warner, of Springfield, Mass., from 
England, and his wife Hannah, daughter of Andrew Searle, of Ipswich, 
Mass., from England. 

Second Generation, James Noble, born October i, 1677, married , 1698, 

Ruth . She died January 20, 1704. He died April 22, 1712. 

Third Generation, Daniel N'oble, born November 25, 1700, married June 
15, 1731, Rebecca Stebbins, daughter ol Joseph Stebbins, of Springfield. She 
died January 16, 1760. 

Fourth Generation, James Noble, born April 28, 1742, married , 1774, 

Mercy Norton, born September 30, 1753, daughter of Freegrace Norton and 
Margaret Trumball. 



IjESCRNDAXTS of JOHN rORTlCR. 705 

Fijth Generation, Calista \oble, bom March 23, 17S0, married April 13, 
1S03, Lof Sykes. 

Sixth Generation, James Noble Sykes, bom September 30, 1812, married 
Caroline S. Anthony. She died December 28, 1855. He married (second 
wife) May 26, 1R57, her sister, Catheiinc P. Anthony. He died September 
27, 1880. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
(V,2'i. Louisa V. Sykes, bora July 22, 1845, died April 6, 1854. 
Ik124. Emeline J. Sykes, bora November 11, 1847, married John Wright. 
»'i:i25. James C. Sykes, bora January 15, 1850, married Kate M. Dole. 
ii:'>L'ii. Cara luez Sykes, lx)rn March 16, 1852. 
*<'.V11 . Charles P. Sykes, horn April 29, 1S54. 

[4 B 9 7.] Frank IV'illiam Anthony, son of James Anthony and 
Sarah Porter liy/Ziams, (3171) graduated Brown University, 1846, 

Theological Semiuar>', New York City, . Giving up the 

mini.stry on account of failing health, he Ix'camc a merchant, in 
Jackson, Mich. He married February 4, 1850, Sarah J. Ifarn's, 
Itorn July i, 1823. daughter of William Harris, of Pautucket, 

R. I., and Sarah Greene, l)orn , 1789. daughter of Timothy 

Greene, of Providence, who married , 1787, Lu(;y Wilkinson, 

born November 20, 1767, daughter of Azial Wilkinson, of Provi- 
dence, who married , 1766, Lydia Smith, daughter of Edward 

Smith, a descendant of Kdwakd Smith, of Providence, who 

married , 1699, Amphyllis Angel, daughter of Thomas 

Angel, of Providence, R. I. 

William Harris, Iwrn December 28, 1785, was a son oi Joseph 
Harris and wife Hepzibah Hunker, daughter of Paul Diniker, of 
Sniithfield, R. I., a descendant of Georg^ Bunker, of Ipswich, 
Mass. , a Huguenot whose name was Boncoeur. 

Joseph Harris, was son of David Harris, who married , 

Martha /^wr^j, daughter of Joseph Jencks, of Pawtucket, R. I., 
and Martha Broxvn, daughter of James Brown, of Providence. 
Joseph Jeficks was son oi Joseph Jencks, from England, to Lynn, 
Mass., 1645, an "ingenious workman," employed to construct 
"fire engines." He cut the dies for the colonial coinage, (" Pine- 
tree shillings," iSrc") Mrs. Sarah Anthony died in Jack.son, Mich., 



706 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

April 22, 1S62. He married (second wife) November 5, 1865, Mary 

J. Backus, daughter of Dr. Backus, of Jackson, Midi. She 

died May 19, 1872. He married (third wife) October 7, 1878, 
Louisa Barbara Walters. Residence, Jackson, Mich. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
()829. Mary Anthony, boru August 15, 185 1, married William Harvey. 
6330. Catherine H. Anthony, born November 12, 1854, died August 4, 1857. 
(),331. Frank W. Anthony, boru November 14, 1859, died Dec. 17, 1876. 

6332. Julia B. Anthony, born Sept. 25, 1866, married Clyde Everett Brown. 

6333. James S. Anthony, born August 20, 186S. 

6334. Helen F. Anthony, born October 18, 1870. 

6335. Charles L. Anthony, bom January 7, 1873. 

0336. Emily B.' Anthony, born April 2, 1875. 

0337. Louisa W. Anthony, born April — , 1880. 

[4B3Bi] Lydia C. Anthony, daughter of /ames A ?it/iony and 
Sarah P. Williams, (3171) married December 5, 1843, Lemuel 
Bliss Nichols, M. D., born in Bradford, N. H., October 6, 18 16, 
son of Ezra Nichols, M. D., and Waify Gray Smith, born in 
Canaan, N. H., July 16, 1792, daughter oi Johyi Smith. Ezra 
Nichols died September 29, 1848. Mrs. Waity Nichols died De- 
cember 19, 1863. 

Ezra Nichols, born October 16, 1792, was son oi Ezra Nichols, 
of Canaan, N. H. , and Elizabeth Hazeltinc, a descendent of Robert 

Hazeltine, of Bradford, N. H., who married , 1680, Elizabeth 

Jewett, daughter of Maximii^ian Jewett, of Rowley, Mass., 
1639, from Bradford, Yorkshire, England. 

Robert Hazelton, born November 7, 1657, was son of Robert 
HazeIvTON, of Rowley, Mass., from England. L. B. Nichols, 
granduate Brown University, 1842. Physician in Worcester, Mass. 
He died September 28, 1883. Mrs. Lydia Nichols, died 
June 4, 1888. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6338. Sarah G. Nichols, born March 14, 1845. 

6339. Corinne L,. Nichols, boru November 7, 1S46. 
63-40. Anne L. Nichols, born September 24, 1848. 

6341. Charles L. Nichols, M. D., born May 29, 1851, ^larricd C. C. Dewey. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 707 

(i342 Lydia A. Nichols, born May 5, 1S57, married Reuben T. Palmer. 
C343. Mary L. Nichols, born October 14, 1859. 

[4 B 9 3 .] Le-u'is IV. Anthony, son oi James Anthony and Sarah 
Porter V^illiams, (317 1) married September 15, 1847, Britannina 
FrajikltK Waterman. 

[Richard Waterman, from England, with wife Bcthia, Salem, Mass. 
He was one of the adherents of Roger Williams, and went with him to 
banishment, Rhode Island, in 163S. Colonel of Militia and died October 
28, 1673. 

Siccond Generation, Resolved IVa/ertnan, born , 1638, married about 

1659, ^fercy Williams, boni July 15, 1640, daughter of RoGRR Wilijams, 
the founder. 

Third Generation, Resolved IVaterrnan, Iwrn , 1667, lived in Green- 
ville, R. I. Repesenative. He maTried , Anne //arris. 

(William Harris, from England, Salem, Mass., 1635, removed with 
Roger Williams, to Providence, R. I. He went to England in 1678 on busi- 
ness of the Colony, and on January 24, 1679, was captured by an Algerine 
corsair, and sold in IJarbarv. .\fter a year or more in slavcrj- he w;xs ran- 
somed ; went to London and died 1680. 

Second Generation, Andrew //arris, bom , 1634-5, married Decem- 
ber , 1670, ^fary Tew, daughter of Richard Tew, of Newport, R. I. 

Third Generation, Anne //arris, Iwru November 17, 1673, married 
Resolved Waterman. 

Fourth Generation, Resolitd Waterman, born March 22, 1703, in Green- 
ville, R. I., married September 20, 1722, /.ydia Matthcwson. Residence, 
Smilhfield, R. I., represenative, died Jauurary 15, 1746. 

Fifth Generation, Capt. John Watirtnau, horn , married Tainiarv 

17. 1750. /^Tary Olney. 

Sixth Generation, John Olney Walcnnan, born May 14, 175^^, married 

, Sally Franklin. Iiorn I'lhrnnry , 176^, daughter of //c-/ Ftonk- 

lin and Sirah Paine. 

Seventh (7eneration, George WaUrman, born August 19, 1793, i" Provi- 
dence, R. 1., married September 7, 1823, Britannia Franklin Baxter, 
daughter of /v'a«(t//« Baxter, and Susan Phiuney, daughter of Paul Phinney, 
of Barnstable, Mass. Franklin Baxter born July 7, 1789, in Barnstable, was 
in the Navy for many years as guard-master. In the war of 18 12, he was 
taken prisoner, and held in Dartmoor, England, until piece. 

He went witb Comraadore Crowninshield to the Pacific in 1848, and on 
the discovery of gold in California he met his son-in-law, who had gone 



708 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

there iu 1849, in ship "Hopewell," via Cape Horn. They went together to 
the mines on the Mokelunme river. Baxter died in San Francisco, January 
— , 1850, and April 25, following. Waterman died at the mines. 

Eighth Generation^ Britannia F. IVaterman, horn July 12, 1825, married 
Lewis IV. Anthony. 

Their childreu were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6344. Edgar W. Anthony, born June 24, 1848, married Clara D. Wilder. 

6345. Sarah B. Anthony, born March 28, 1851, died February 5, 1865. 

6346. Kate J. Anthony, born September 24, 1852. 

6347. Mary C. Anthony, born August 22, 1854, died August 28, 1855. 

6348. Charles L,. Anthony, born March 22, 1856, died February 9, 1859. 

6349. Abby L. Anthony, born February 21, 185S, died September 2, 1865. 

6350. Alfred W. Anthony, born January 30, i860. 

[4 7D2. Jessie Keyes Anthony, daughter of James Anthony 
and Sarah P. Williams, (3171) married , 1850, Cyrus Frank- 
lin Jackson. 

[Abraham Jackson, from England, Plymouth, Mass., married Novem- 
ber 18, 1657, Remember Morton. 

(George Morton, born in Austerfield, Yorkshire, England. Joined the 
Puuitans, at Leyden, Holland, where he married July 23, 1612, Julian 
daughter of Alexander Carpenter. He came to Plymouth, Mass., in ship 

"Ann," 1623. He died June , 1624. Mrs. Julian Mortan died February 

19, 1665, aged eighty-one. 

Second Generation, Nathaniel Morton, born in England, married , 

1635, Lydia Cooper, sister oi John Cooper, of Cambridge, Mass., from Eng- 
land. Morton was secretary of the Colony, 1645 to his death, June 29, 1685. 

Third Generation, Remember Morton, born , 1637, married Abra- 
ham Jackson. She died July 24, 1707. He died October 4, 1714. 

Fourth Generation, Eleazer Jacksrn, born , 1669, married , 1690, 

Hannah Ransom. 

Fijth Generatio7i, Ephraim Jackson, born , 1714, married , 1736, 

Lydia Leach. 

Sixth Generation, Michael Jackson, born , 1737, married , 1759, 

Thankjul Studley. 

Seventh Generation, Heiiry Jackson, born , 1760, married , 1786, 

Mehitabel Alden, daughter of Janathan Alden, a descendant of John 
Alden and Priscilla Mullins. 

Eighth Generation, William Jackson, born , married , Olive 

Woodman, daughter of True Woodman, and wife Judith, of Mi not, Me. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 709 

Ninth Generation, Cyrus Franklin Jackson, boru January 28, 1826, 
married Jessie K. Anthony. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
G351. Frank A. Jackson, born June i, 1S51, married Adele 1,. Howe. 
6.T52. Marj- L. Jackson, born September 9, 1852, married A. S. Arnold. 
G353. Jessie C. Anthony, born July 22, 1856, married Robert McChristie. 

[4707.] Lucy M. Paine, daughter of /<?«fl!//i<?// B. Paine and 
Hannah Hopkins, (3192) married May 19, 1831, Albert B. Paine, 
of Randolph, Vt. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
(KJoL Emily P. Paine, born October i, 1S32, married M. M. Murray. 
63o5. Elizabeth C. Paiue, born December 7, 1836, married S. T. Smith. 
&V')(i. Alberta L. Paiue, born April iS. 1841. 
(>3.57. Albert P. Paine, boni January 2, 1846. 
G35«. Laura L. Paine, bom July 30, 1849. 

[472B.] Henry B. Hopkins, son of John T. Hopkins, (3197) 
and A^anc}' Turner, married October 28, 1858, Emily Alice Hough. 
Lawyer in Peoria, 111. 

Their children were [Ix^ing of the ninth generation :] 
(VJoO. Anne M. Hopkins, bom October 17, 1858. 
a3G0. Henrietta A. Hopkins, bom Febmary 4, i860. 
(k3<jl. Henr}- S. Hopkius, born July 13, 1S61. 
C3G2. Emma L. Hopkius, born April 8, 1863. 

[474B.] Rev. George Hopkins, M. D., .son of Rev. Samuel 

Hopkins (3208) and Clarissa IV. Drvight, married , 1867, 

Lucy Foniachon. He was an Assistant Surgeon in Mi.ssissippi 
squadron, U. S. N., Fort Fisher, etc. In 1873 minister at Covert, 
Seneca county, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
G3(>3. Theodora C. Hopkins, born July 7, 1868. 
Vaky\. Agnes O. Hopkins, born March 17, 1870. 
03C5. Samuel Hopkins, bom October 27, 1871. 
G3CG. Robert O. Hopkins, born Febmary 15, 1874. 
6.3G7. Ronald M. Hopkins, born July 9, 1877. 

[476D.] Margaret D. Hopkins, daughter of Rev. Samuel 
Hopkins (^208) and Clarissa W. Dwight, married- February 16, 



710 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

1864, JajTies Cushing Ward, son of George A. Ward, of New 
York, and Mahi label Cushing, of Salem, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6368. George A. Ward, bom December 24, 1864. 

6369. Samuel H. Ward, born November 24, 1867. 

6370. James C. Ward, born August 30, 1871. 

[4 7S2r] William S. B. Hopkins, son of Rev. Erastus Hop- 
kijis (3209) and Charlotte F. Allen, married January 29, 1859, 
Elizabeth S. Peck. Lawyer in Worcester, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth gene^tion :] 

6371. Sarali B. Hopkins, born January 17, i860. V 

6372. Erastus Hopkins, born June 9, 1S67. 

6373. Elizabeth P. Hopkins, born March 11, 1S69. 

6374. William S. Hopkins, born November 21, 1S71. 

[476B.] Mary Annette Hopkins, daughter of Rev. Erastus 
Hopkins (3209) and Charlotte F. Allen, married April 2, 1873, 
Benjamin Kendall Emerson, professor in Amherst College. 

Their children were ['^eiug of the ninth generation :] 

6375. Charlotte F. Emerson, born January 3, 1874. 

6376. Beujamin K. P^mersou, born June 27, 1876. 

6377. Edward H. Emerson, born September 18, 1877. 

6378. Annette H. Emerson, born September 3, 1879. 

[47GB.] Lewis Spring Hopkins, son of Lewis S. Hopkins, 
(3210) and Fanny J. Washbunie, married July 31, 187 1, Julia 
Adelaide Kingsley. He died October 4, 1876. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6379. John L. Hopkins, born January 17, 1873. 

6380. Fanny B. Hopkins, born June 7, 1875. 

6381. Lulu Hopkins, bom May 31, 1877. 

[4 774,] Charles T. Porter, son oi John Porter {T,22g) and 
Abby W. Phillipps, graduate of Harvard College. He married 
October 10, 1848, Harriett S. Morgan. 

[James Morgan, bora in Wales, 1607. Came to Roxburry, Mass., 1637, 
■where he married August 6, 1640, Margaret Hill, and removed to New Lon- 
don, Conn., and died , 1685, aged eighty-seven. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. ^^ ^ 

Second Generation, John Morgan, boru March 30, 1645, married Novem- 
ber 16. 1665, Rachel Dcming, daughter of John Deming, of WcathersfieM, 
froni England, 1635, whose wife was Honor Treat, daughter of Richard 
Trkat, from England. Lieut. John Morgan, died , 1712. 

Third Generation, John Morgan, bom , 1666, married , 1690, 

Sarah Jones, bom August" 17, 1662, daughter of William Jones, from Eng- 
land, New Haven, Conn., who married Hannah Eaton, daughter of Gov. 
Thkophilus Eaton, who was bom at Stony Stratford, county Bucks, Eng- 
land, whose wife was Anne Morton, daughter of Thomas Morton, bishop 
of Chester, England. Theophilus Eaton came to New Haven, Conn., 1637, 
with Rev. John Davenport, William Andrews and others. He died Jan- 
uary 7, 1658. 

Fourth Generation, John Aforgan, l)om June 10, 1667, married , 

1696, Ruth Shaplcigh. 

(N'ichola.s SnAPLHU".H, from England, Bo.ston, Ma.<;s. Died , 1663. 

Mrs. Anne Shapleigh died M.irch 26, 1687. aged eighty. 

Second Generation, benjamin Shapleigh, bom Septem1)er — , 1645 ; 
removed to New London; married April 10, 1672, Mary Pickett, daughter of 
John Pickett, of New I^ondon, whose wife was Ruth Brezvster, daughter 
of Jonathan Bravster, bom in England, eldest son of Elder William 
Brkwstkr,- from England, in ship " Mayflower," 1620, 

Third Generation, Ruth Shapleigh, born December 24, 1672, married 
John Morgan. 

Fourth Generation, Capt. John Morgan, bom January 4, 1700, married 
April 17, 1728, Sarah Cobb. 

( Henry Cobb, from Kent. England, Plymouth. Mass., 1629, with wife 

Patience, Sciluate, Mass. He died , 1679. 

Second Generation, .Samuel Cobb, l>om October 12. 1654, married Decem- 
ber 20, 1680. Elizabeth Taylor, bora April 18, 1656, daughter of Richard 
Taylor, of Yarmouth, Mass., from England, 1643, ^^lo married Elizabeth 
Burgess, daughter of Thomas Bi'RGESS, of Sandwich, Mass., from England. 

Third Gencralioti, .Sarah Cobb, bom August 20. 1691, married , John 

Morgan. 

Fifth Generation, Ilwmas Morgan, bom January 30, 1742, married , 

1764, Sarah Leeds. He removed in 1792, to Scipio, Cayuga county, N. Y., 
and died September 15, 1S15. 

Si.rth Generation, Jedediah Morgan, \>o\\\ March 14, 1774, married Jan- 
uary 26, 1812, Harriett Steele. He was a State Senator, and died Decem- 
ber 10, 1826. 



712 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Seventh Generation, Harriett S. Morgan, born February 6, 1826, married 
Charles T. Porter, of Auburn, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6382. Anne M. Porter, born September 5, 1852. 

6383. Jobn Porter, bom August 11, 1854. 

6384. Charles T. Porter, born December 16, 1857. 
0385. Lewis M. Porter, born February 28, 1861. 

[4 7 7 Si] Ajine Phillipps Porter, daughter oi John Porter, 

(3229) and Abby M. Phillipps, married , Alonzo Glover 

Beaj'dsley, of Auburn, N. Y., son of John Beardsley and Alice 
Booth, of Stratford, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6386. Caroline P. Beardsley, born January 12, 1850, married J. H. Woodruff. 

6387. William P. Beardslej', born August 4, 1852, married Mary W. Porter. 

6388. Alonzo G. Beardsley, born vSepteraber 25, 1853, married A. F. Sartwell. 

6389. George T. Beardsley, born November 14, 1855. 

6390. Douglas Beardsley, born June 4, 1861. 

6391. Porter Beardsley, born March 16, 1863. 

[4 7 7 3 1] Samuel Quincy Porter, son of William Porter (3230) 

and Mayy A. Quincy, married , i860, Frajids A. Smith, 

Residence, Unionville, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6392. Samuel Q. Porter, born March — , 1861. 

6393. Kate II. Porter, born April 18, 1863. 

6394. Elizabeth Q. Porter, born March 10, 1868. 

6395. Henry C. Porter, ])orn October 5, 1871. 
()396. Lucy G. Porter, born September 10, 1875. 

[4 7B5i] Rev. Edward C. Porter, son of James B. Porter, 
(3235) and Susannah Parsons, graduate of Yale College. He 
married October 10, 1866, Julia Foster, born August 22, 1846, 
daughter oi John H. Foster, M. D., of Chicago, 111., who married 
September 21, 1840, Nancy Smith. 

[William Smith, born , 1723, sou of Robert Smith, of Moneymore, 

county Londonderry, Ireland, came to New England, 1750, settled at Peter- 
boro, N. H., and married December 31, 1751, Elizabeth Morison. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 713 

(John Morison, born in Aberdeen, vScotland, came to New England, 
and settled at Ivoudonderry, N. H. He died February i6, 1736, at a very 
great age. 

Second Generation, John Morison, born , 1678, married , Afar- 

garet Wallace, daughter of Nathaniel Wallack, of Falmouth, Mass., 
and wife Margaret, from England. Residence, Peterboro, N. H. She 
died April 18, 1769, aged eighty-two. He died June 4, 1776, aged 
ninety-eight. 

Third Generation, Elizabeth Morison, born June 15, 1723, married 
IVilliant Smith. He was a delegate to the Provincial Congress, 1774, and 
died January 31, 1808. She died September 15, 1808. 

Fourth Generation, Jonathan Smith, bom April 11, 1763. married August 
9, 1792, Nancy Smith, who died May 13, 1847, aged seventy-four. He died 
August 29, 1842. 

Fijth Generation, Nancy Smith, horn August <; i.'n).s marvied Dr fntni 
H. Foster. He died May 17, 1874. 

Sixth Generation, Julia Foster, born August 22, 1S40, uianiod Kcv. /:. 
C. Porter, Episcopal minister in Racine, Wis. He died January S, 1R76. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
G;?07. Maurice F. Porter, born March 19, 1868. 
6;i08. James F. Porter, born January iS, 1871. 

[4797.] Susan M. Porter, dauglUcr ot Benjamin Porter 

(3242) and Clementine Lamb, married , 1856, Jabez Bastes, of 

Galesburg, 111., from England. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
(jnvt*). John W. Eastes, born September 29, 1857. 
(■.4(Mi. Francis M. Eastes, born October 7, 1859. 
G401. Edward P. Eastes, born December 11, 1S61. 
(U02. Eliza G. Eastes, born May 24, 1866. 

\_^BUU<'] Sarah Strong Porter, daughter oi Moses Porter (3244) 
and Martha A. Sncll, married November 21, 1849, John Simpson, 
son oi John Simpson, from Scotland, and wife Alice Palmer. Res- 
idence, Waterford, Minn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6403. John E. Simpson, born December 29, 1850. 

(U04. Sophia I. Simpson, born July 15, 1853, married Robert M. Dodd. 
64().'). Charles A. Simpson, bom September 19, 1855, married Jane Moore. 
C4("»<>. Martha \. Simpson, born .August 7, 1858. 



714 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

6407. George C. Simpson, born September 13, i860. 

6408. Everett Simpson, born April 28, 1863. 

[4BD3.] A7ny (or Emma) Colt Wickham, daughter of Rev. 
Joseph D. Wickham and Amy Porter, (3245) married October — , 
i860, Rev. Alfred C. Roe, a descendant of Hugh Roe, of Hart- 
ford, Conn., 1660, from England, who removed to Suffield, Conn., 
and died , 1689. 

He was a chaplain in the arm}^ and since 1S67, principal of 
Female Seminary at Comwall-on- the- Hudson, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6409. Elizabeth M. Roe, born September 8, 1S61. 

6410. Mary W. Roe, born April 19, 1863. 

6411. Amy P. Roe, born January 5, 1867. 

6412. Emily P. Roe, born May 12, 1870. 

6413. Joseph W. Roe, born October 3, 1772. 

[4BD5i] Harriett M. Colto?i, daughter of Benjamin Colton 
Q.n6.Jerusha W. Porter, (3251) married March 11, 1842, Henry M. 
Lam.bert. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6414. William C. Lambert, bora December 17, 1846. 

6415. Margaret E. Lambert, born March 2, 1S51. 

[4SD7i] Frederick Pierpont Colton, son oi Beiijamin Colton 
and Jeriisha W. Porter, (3251) married October 22, 1845, Anne 
Maria Austin. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6416. Benjamin S. Colton, born May 17, 1848. 

6417. Julia M. Colton, born July 16, 1S51. 

[4BDB,] Sarah Hillhouse Gilbert, daughter of /'z/^.r i^^. Gil- 
bert and Sarah P. Hillhouse, (3269) married April 29, 1823, Adavi 
Leopold Alexander, bom at Sunbury, Georgia, son of Doct. Adam 
Alexander, from Inverness, Scotland, a surgeon in Continent^ 
army, in war of Revolution. Mrs. Sarah Gilbert died , 1855^ 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6418. Louisa F. Alexander, born July 9, 1824, married J. F. Gilmer. 

6419. Sarah G. Alexander, born January 26, married A. R. Lawton. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 715 

6420. Harriett V. Alexander, boru , 1828, married Wallace Cumming. 

6421. Mary C. Alexander, born , 1830, married George G. Hull. 

6422. William P. Alexander, bom , 1832, married Maria L. Toons. 

6423. Edward P. Alexander, bom May 26, 1835, married Bettie Mason. 

6424. James H. Alexander, bom June 6, 1840, married Sarah J. Irviu. 

6425. Charles A. Alexander, bom August 16, 1841, married Ida Calhoun. 

6426. Marion B. Alexander, bom July 19, 1843, married W. F. Boggs. 

6427. Alice V. Alexander, bom July 31, 1848, married A. C. Haskell. 

[4BDa.] A/dc^r/ H. Shepherd, M. D., son of Andrew Shep- 
herd and Mary- Hillho7ise, (3270) married , 1832, Annie E. 

Smith. He graduated at Franklin College, Ga., Philadelphia 
Medical College. Re.sidence, Wilkes county, Ga., and died March 
7. 1837. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

fri2H. Sarah P. Shepherd, bora , 1833, married A. C. I'lewellen. 

6429. Alberta Shepherd, born , 1835. 

M30. William S. Shepherd, bom , 1837. 

[4B1D.] Edxcard T. Shepherd, son of Andrew Shepherd and 

Mary Ifilihouie, (3270) married , Eli^a J. Winn. Residence, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6431. Martha B. Shepherd, born , 1836 

6432. Mary S. Shepherd, bora , 1838. 

643:i. Sarah A. Shepherd, bora , 1841. 

6434. Charlotte Shepherd, bom , 1844. 

6435. Andrew H. Shepherd, bora , 1847. 

[4811.] Mary E. Shepherd, daughter of Andrew Shepherd 

and Mary Hillhouse, (3270) married , Locke IVeems. She 

died , 1S50. He died , 1853. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6436. Edward M. Weems, born , 1835, married Elizabeth Sepp. 

6437. Eugene A. Weems, born , 183S, married C. A. Redd. 

6438. Locke Weems, born . 1840, married Eugenia Blackmore. 

6439. Marj' S. Weems, born , 1843, married H. S. Parke. 

6440. Felix Weems, born , 1845. 

6441. Chariotte W. Weems, bom , 1S47. 



716 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[4B12,] Charlotte W. Shepherd, daughter oi Atidrew Shep- 
herd and Mary Hillhouse, (3270) married , Rev. John IV. 

Baker, of , Georgia. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6442. Evalina Baker, born , 1840. 

644?. Caroline C. Baker, born , 1842. 

6444. John W. Baker, born , 1845. 

6445. William Baker, born , 1847. 

6446. Henry Baker, born , 1850. 

6447. Edward Baker, born , 1853. 

6448. Charlotte E. Baker, born , 1855. 

6449. Charles W. Baker, born , 1858. 

[4B14,] Caroline Shepherd, daughter of Andrew Shepherd 

and Mary Hillhonse, (3270) married , Gen. Andrezv Hanscll. 

Residence, Marietta, Ga. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6450. William A. Hansell, born , 1853. 

6451. Julia S. Hansell, born , 1855. 

6452. Mary C. Hansell, bom , 1858. 

6453. Felixina Hansell, born , i860. 

[4B23.] Jonathan Edwards, M. D., sowoi Jonatha7i Edwards 
(3280) and Maria Champion, graduate Yale College, 1863, and 
New York Medical College ; he married Februar}'- 28, 1882, Marion 
Collins, daughter of David C. Collins, of New Haven, Conn. He 
died in New Haven, Conn, June 19, 1886, of fever contracted at 
Rome, Italy. 

[4B54,] Percy Steel Tuttle, daughter of William Tuttle and 
Ltccella Steele, (3304) married October ir, 1832, Emily Hollister. 
Merchant in New York City. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6454. Ellen Tuttle, born , 1834, married Howell. 

6455. Mary A. Tuttle, bom , 1836. 

6456. Lauren A. Tittle, born , 1838. 

[4Bfi5i] William A. Tuttle, son of William Tnttle and 
Lucella Stede, (3304) married April 17, 1838, Mary Rose. Resi- 
dence, Big Flats, N. Y. He died April 4, 1864. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 717 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6457. Margaret L. Tuttle, born , 1839, married Le Grand ISIcNulty. 

G458. William E. Tuttle, born , 1842, married Frances Bonham. 

6459. Heury L. Tuttle, boru , 1S46. 

6400. Charies O. Tuttle, born , 1S48. 

[4857.] Minerva Tuttle, daughter of William Tuttle and 
Lucella Steele, (3304) married April 28, 1839. Rev. George Lewis 
Foote, Rector of Christ Church, (Episcopal,) Newtown, Conn. He 
died at Morris, N. Y., November 7, 1S63. Mrs. Foote resides with 
her son-in-law, Rt. Rev. D. S. Tuttle, Bishop of Utah, in Salt 
Lake Cit}-. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6461. Harriett M. Foote, boru August 18, 1841, married D. S. Tuttle. 
(]4(52. Rev. Henry L. Foote, born twin, married Christine Carr. 
6463. Rev. George W. Foote, born March 16, 1843, married S. E. Pidsley. 
6404. Mary T. Foote, bom February 6, 1847, married Rev. D. B. Miller. 

6465. Frederick R. Foote, bom April 18, 1850. 

6466. Sarah K. Foote, bom , 1852, married A. W. White. 

6467. Charles F. Foote, born , 1854. 

[4B5B.] Henry Tuttle, .son of William Tuttle and Lucella 
Steele, (3304) married March 24, 1848, Laura Penrose. Residence, 
Sterling, 111. He died Januar>' 12, 1879. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation:] 
6408. Lauren E. Tuttle, bora Febmary 22, 1849. 
6469. Charles E. Tuttle, bora August 29, 1851. 
<>170. Clarence 11. Tuttle, born February ir, 1853. 

6471. Ida M. Tuttle, born July 12, 1856. 

6472. Marj- L. Tuttle, bora March 6, i860. 

[4 BED,] Ogden Tuttle, son of William Tuttle and Lucella 
Steele, (3304) married May 8, i860, Julia A. Camp. Residence, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Their only child was [being of the ninth generation :] 

6473. William B. Tuttle, bora , 1861. 

[4BB1.] Lucius Tuttle, son of William Tuttle and Lucella 
Steele, (3304) married June 17, 1863, Sarah E. Biirt. Residence, 
Coming, N. Y. 



718 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their only child was [being of the ninth generation :] 

6474. Sarah B. Tuttle, born , 1864. 

[4BBlt] Hejiry William King, son of Leicester King and 
Julia A. Hunti7igton, (3354) married at Akron, O., October 20, 
1842, Mary Crosby, daughter of Doct. Eliakim Crosby, of Middle- 
bury, O. H. W. King, graduated at Trinity College, 1836. Law- 
yer in Akron, O. Secretary of State 1850. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6475. Henry Crosby King, born September 17, 1843, died in army, 1864. 

6476. Julia H. King, born June 4, 1848, married H. D. Fisher. 

[4BB4,] Leicester Kijig, son of Leicester King and Julia A. 
Huntington, (3354) married December 10, 1844, EH^o, Purinton. 

[Zaccheus Purinton, of Dover, N. H., married , 1760, Anne 

Twombley. 

(Rai,ph Twombley, with wife Elizabeth, from England, Dover, N. H. 
He died , 1686. 

Secofid Generation, John Twombley, born in England, married April 18, 
1687, Mary Kenney, daughter of Henry Kenney, of Salem, Mass., from 
England. 

Third Generation, John Tzcombley, born , 1697, married , 1734, 

Martha Vamey. 

(William Varney, from England, with wife Bridget, Ipswich, Mass. 
He died in Salem, Mass., 1654. She died 1672. 

Second Generation, Humphrey Varney, bom in England, married 1664, 
Sarah Starbuck, born in England, daughter of Edward Starblxk, from 
Derbyshire, England, with wife Eunice, to Dover, N. H., 1640. 

Third Generation, Ebcnezer Varney, born , 1667, married , 1692, 

Mary Otis. 

(Richard Otis came from Somersetshire, England, to Dover, N. H. He 
married Rose Stouton, sister of Israel Slouton, of Boston, Mass, and daugh- 
ter of Anthony Stoughton, of county Surry, England. Richard Otis was 
killed in the attack on Dover, 16S9. 

Second Generation, Stephen Otis, born , 1652, married x\pril 16, 1674, 

Mary Pitman, daughter of William Pitman, of Dover, from England. 

Stephen Otis was killed at Dover, June 28, 1689, in the attack by Indians. 
His wife and children were carried prisoners to Canada ; the wife being 
killed on the way. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 719 

Third Generation, Mary Otis, born , married , 1692, Ebenezer 

I 'arncy. 

Fourth Generation, Martha Varney, born January 28, T713, luarried — , 
1734. John Tivombley. 

Fifth Generation, Anne Twombley, born April 10, 1740, married , 

1760, Zacchcus Purinton. She died , 1799. 

Sixth Generation, John Purinton, bom , 1767, married Phebe Beede, 

daughter of Daniel Beede, of Kingston, N. H. Daniel Beede was one of 
the first settles of Sandwich, N. H., in 1767. He was a delegate to the revo- 
lutionary convention at Exeter, 1775. Representative to 1795. Judge of 
Common Pleas to his death, 1799. John Purinton died April 24, 18 13, in 
Sandwich, N. H. 

Seventh Generation, x\'athaniel B. Purinton, bom , married . 

Eighth Generation, Eliza Purinton, bom May 15, 1S26, married Leicester 
^^^S> naerchant at Warren, O. ; pr.sidtMit r.iilr(^:ul iMnnvnn : i aptaiti seventh 
Ohio regiment, war of rebellion. 

Their cliildreu were [being of the ninth generation :] 
(>477. Julia K. King, bom August 21, 1S45. 
G478. I^icester P. King, bom Febmary 11, 1S47. 
6470. Israel II. King, born July 26, 1852. 
(MSO. George W. King, born March 24, 1854. 
C481. Charlotte P. King, bora October 24, 1856. 
t>4S2. Elizabeth King, bom October 26, i860. 

[4BB6.] David Leicester King, son of Leicester King and 
Julia A. Huntington, (3354) married at Charlestown, Jefferson 
county, Va., May i, 1849, Betty Washington Steele. 

[Col. John Washington, born at Warton. Lancashire, England, baptized 
1627, son oi Leonard Washington, came to America in 1657. He settled at 
Bridge Creek, Va., on the Polamac. He married near Pope's creek, West- 
moreland county Va., about 1660, Anne Pope. He was a member of the 
House of Burgesses, and died January — , 1677. 

Second Generation, Laurence Washington, born about 1661, married 

1688-90, Mildred Warner, daughter of Col. Augustine Warner, of Glou- 
cester, Va., and died , 1697. 

Third Generation, Augustine Washington, born , 1694, married 

April 20, 1 7 15, Jane Butler, daughter of Caleb Butler, of Westmoreland, 
Va. She died November 24, 1728. He married, (second wife) March 6, 
1 731, ^fary Ball, daughter of Col. William Ball, of Lancaster county, Va. 



720 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Col. Augustine Washington, died April 12, 1743. ^I^s. Marj' Washington 
died August 5, 1789, aged eighty-two. 

Fourth Generation, Betty Washington, born June 20 1733, married Col. 
Fielding Leivis. She was a sister of George Washington, " Pater Patria," 
■who was bom February 22, 1732. 

Fifth Generation, HoweU Leivis, born December 12, 1770, at Woodlawn, 
Culpeper county, Va. , removed to Kanawha, Mason county, Va. He married 
in Richmond, Va., September 26, 1795, Ellen Hackley Pollard, born Decem- 
ber 7, 1776, daughter of Robert Pollard, of Richmond. She died , 

1834. Howell Lewis died December 26, 1822. 

Sixth Generation, Ellen Jael Lewis, bom January 28, 1802, married in 
Charlestown, W. Va./ Robert McAmey Steele, son of Richard Steele, of 
Lexington, Ky., and his wife Martha McAmey, of Kentucky She died 
October 4, 1850. He died Febmary 27, 1826. 

Seventh Generation, Betty Washington Steele, born December 10, 1826, 
married D. L. King. Residence, Akron, O. President of a Railroad Co. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6483. Ellen L. King, born June 13, 1850, married D. R. Paige. 
G4S4. Betty S. King, born December 22, 1851, married J. G. Raymond. 

6485. Howell S. King, born May 3, 1853. 

6486. Susan H. King, born Jauuarj' 16, 1855. 

6487. Martha P. King, born April 6, 1863. 

[4BBBi] Helen Dunbar King, daughter of Leicester King 
and Julia A. Huntington, (3354) married May i, 1862, James 
Atkins. He was in 1873 Collector of Customs, Savannah, Ga. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
64S8. Joseph L. Atkins, born March 20, 1863. 

6489. Julia H. Atkins, born July 8, 1865. 

6490. Henry K. Atkins, born July 27, 1867. 

[4 B B B 1] Catherine Brinley Kirtg, daughter of Leicester King 
and Julia A . Huntington, (3354) married at Bloomfield, O., Septem- 
ber 19, 1855, Rev. William Kimbrough Peyidleton, L,,!^. D., presi- 
dent of Bethany College, Virginia. Son ai Edinund Pendleton, of 
lyOuisa county, Va. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation ;] 

6491. Clarinda H. Pendleton, born August 25, 1856. 

6492. Huntington K. Pendleton, born September 7, 1861. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 721 

6493. Philip Y. Peudleton, born October 12, 1863. 
r)494. Winston K. Pendleton, bom October 25, 1869. 
6495. Dwight L. Pendleton, bom October 14, 1871. 

[43 BB.] Rdicard W. Parsons, son of David Parsons (3446) 
and Elizabeth IVii/iams, (3405) married in Hartford, Conn., No- 
vember 28, 1839, Caroline M. Stcbbins. Residence, Hartford, 
Conn. President of Insurance Company. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
ft49(>. Elizabeth W. Parsons, born December 7, 1840, married F. E. Goodrich. 
0497. Charles H. Parsons, bom April 7, 1843, married M. A. Mortimer. 

[4 3 B B •] Charles Henry Parsons, son of David Parsons (3446) 
arid /Clicabeih Williams, (3405) married in Meriden, Conn., Jantiary 
5, 1852, Sarah Riee, daughter of Ezckiel Rice, of Meriden. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6408. Ellen M. Parsons, born January 7, 1853. 
6499. Francis H. Parsons, born January 23, 1855. 

[433 7.] Richard Chappdl Parsons, son of Thomas Parsons 
(3448) and Frances C. Chappdl, married November 11, 1851, 
Sarah Siarhceather, lx)rn October 22, 1829, daughter of Samuel 
Starkweather, of Pawtucket, R. I. Removed to Cleveland, O. 
Speaker of the Legislature 1859. Appointed by President Lincoln 
minister to Brazil. Marshal of the Supreme Court of United 
States, Washington, D. C, 1S72. Member of Congress. 

Their children were [Ix'ing of the ninth generation :] 

C.5OO. John S. Parsons, bom May 4, 1854. 

6501. Richard C. Parsons, lx)m October 29, 1858. 

6")02. Fannie C. Parsons, born August 3, 1866. 

[433 B.] Marion Leeds Parsons, daughter of Thomas Par- 
sons, (3448) married October 20, 1849, George Hinsdale Burritf, 
bom February 28, 1826, son of Elijah H. Diirritt, bom April 20, 
1794, son oi Elilui Burritt, of New Britain, Conn., and Elisabeth 
Hinsdale. 

[RoBKRT Hinsdale, wth wiie Anne, from England, Detiham, :\Ia.ss., 
1638 ; removed to Hadley, Mass., thence to Deerfield, Mass. He was killed. 



722 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

with his sous Barnabas, John and Samuel, when Capt. Lathrop, with the 
"Flower of Essex," fell at Bloody Brook, September i8, 1675. 

Second Generation, Barnabas Hinsdale, born November 13, 1639, mar- 
ried , 1666, Sarah White, daughter of Elder John White, of Hadley, 

and was killed as before stated. 

Third Generation , Barnabas Hirisdale, born , 166S, married Novem- 
ber 9, 1693, Martha Smith, bom March — , 1670, daughter of Joseph Smith, 
of Hartford, who married April 10, 1656, Lydia He^vitt, daughter of Rev. 
Ephraim Hewitt, of Windsor, from England. Barnabas Hinsdale died 
January 25, 1725. 

Fourth Generation, John Hinsdale, born August 13, 1706, married — ■ — , 
Elizabeth Cole. 

Fifth Generation, Elijah Hinsdale, bom , 1742, married , Ruth 

Bidivell, daughter of yrtW(?.y Bidwell and Mary Norton, daughter oi John 
Norton. Residence, Hartford, Conn. 

Sixth Generation, Elizabeth Hinsdale, bom February 6, 1775, married 
July 20, 1793, Elihu Burritt. He died in New Britain, Conn., Jan. 29, 1S27. 

Seventh Generation, Elijah H. Burritt, bora April 20, 1794; graduated 
at Williams College ; he went to Milledgeville, Ga. ; was editor of a news- 
paper; he married October 28, 1819, Aniie W. Watson, daughter oi John 
Watson, of Warreuton, Ga. He went to Texas, and died January 3, 1S38. 

Eighth Gejieration, George H. Burritt, boru February 28, 1826, married 
Marion L. Parsons. He died in Santa Barbara, Cal., June 20, 1873. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
n.^O.''). Richard C. Burritt, born January 11, 1856. 
<>o04. Francis V. Burritt, born December 31, 1858. 

[G n D D 1] John Caldwell Parsons, son of Fraticis Parsons, (3450) 
married April 27, i'&-]o,' Mary Mc CI ellan, born May 31, 1844, daugh- 
ter of Doct. ySanmcl McClellan, of Philadelphia, Pa. She died 
January- 22, 1871. 

Their only child was [being of the ninth generation :] 
0505. Francis Parsons, boru January iS, 1871. 

[SDDli] Mary Hooker Parsons, daughter of Francis Parsons, 
(3450) married June 6, 1866, Watson Webb, born November 10, 
1833, son oi James Watson Webb, of New York city, and Helen 
Lispenard Stewart. He died in Oakland, Cal., Dec. 3, 1876. 



DESCENDANTS OP JOHN PORTER. 723 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation ;] 

6506. Francis T. Webb, boru September 26, t868. 

6507. Helen L. Webb, boru September 25, 1870. 

6508. Elizabeth N. Webb, bom August 19, 1S76. 

[ G D 1 B ] Mary D. Howard, daughter of Charles Howard (3467) 
and Elizabeth Dzcight, married October 31, i860, Alexander Ed- 
ward Andrews. He was bora in Norwich, N. Y., April 11, 1834, 
son of Rev. Edward Andrexvs. He graduated at Hobart College, 
New York. Lawyer in Binghainton, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
'r)09. Charles H. Andrews, boru November 22, 1861. 
*V")10. Edward A. Andrews, born September 21, 1863. 
*-")ll. James 11. Andrews, boru December 20, 1S71. 

[GDIS,] Evelyn Hart Porter, M. D., son of Doct. Samuel 

Porter (Tf^-jqi) and P/annah Johnson, married , 1825, Hannah 

Gardner. Residence, Skaneateles, N. Y. He died October 22, 
1865. She died October 3, 188 1. 

Their children were [being of tlic nmiii generation :] 
(>.')12. Mortimer G. Porter, bom October 16, 1826, married Emma E. Tallman. 
f>")i:}. Sarah M. Porter, born August i, 1828, married Lewis S. Thomas. 
r>.")14. William Porter, born August 29, 1S30, married Julia Williams."^--^;^ 
(>515. Isabella Porter born June 3, 1833, married W. P. Rhodes. (6543) 
tioie. George G. Porter, bora February 12, 1835, married Mary T. Giflbrd. 
(mIT. James S. Porter, born Deceml)er 19, 1837, died January 3, 1868. 
t;.')18. Mary E. Porter, born May i, 1840. 
G519. Edward F. Porter, boru September 25, 1842, married Mary F. Lyon. 

[GDSDi] Samuel Addison Porter, .son of Doct. Samuel Porlet 
(3479) and Hannah Johnson, married , 1839, Isabella Marshall. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

OijCU. Addison Porter, born , 1840. 

6.521. Isabella M. Porter, bora , 1842. 

G522. Horace M. Porter, born , 1844. 

[5D21i] James Gurdon Porter, son of Doct. Samuel Porter 
(3479) and Hannah Johnson, married October 21, 1829, Sarah 
Grosvenor. 



724 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[John Grosvenor, vnth wife Esther, came from Cheshire, England, 
Roxbury, Mass. He died September 26, 1691. Mrs. Esther Grosvenor died 
June 13, 1732. 

Second Generation, Ebenezer Grosvenor^ bom October 9, 1684, married 
, Esther Clark. 

(Hugh Ci,ark, with wife Elizabeth, from England, Watertown, Mass., 
1640, Roxbury, Mass., 1657, Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. He 
died July 20, 1693, aged eighty. Mrs. Elizabeth Clark died Dec. 11, 1692. 

Secofid Generation, John Clark, born October 13, 1641, lived in Newton, 
Mass. He married , 1684, Elizabeth Norman, daughter of Hugh Nor- 
man, of Plymouth, Mass. 

Third Generation, Esther Clark, born March i, 1692, married , Eben- 
ezer Grosvenor, Removed to Pomfret, Conn. 

Third Generation, John Grosvenor, born May 22, 1711, married May 4, 
1733, Hannah Dresser, of Woodstock, Conn. He died February 3, 1804. 

Fourth Generation , Seth Grosvenor, bom January 9, 1747, married , 

1"] 6"], Abigail Key es. t 

(SOLOMAN Keyes, from England, married in Newbury, Mass., October 2, 
1653, Frances Grant. Removed to Chelmsford, Mass. He died March 28, 
1702. She died , 170S. 

Seco7td Generation, Solomon Keyes, born Juiie 24, 1665, married , 

1690, Mary . 

Third Generation, Elias Keyes, born October 17, 1692, married , 

1 7 14, 3Iar\' . 

Fouiih Generation, Stephen Kyes, born July 15, 1717, married , 1743, 

Abigail Peabody. 

(Francis Peabody, born in St Albans, county Herts, England, came 
to New England 1635 ; Hampton, Mass. He married , 1641, Mary Fos- 
ter, daughter of Reginald Foster, of Ipswich, Mass., from England, with 
wife Mary. He was of the Fosters of Bamborough Castle, Northumberland. 

Second Generation, William Peabody, born , 1646, married August 

14, T684, Hannah Hale. 

(Thomas Hale, with wife Tamasin, from England, Newbury, Mass., 
1635, Haverhill, 1650, died December 21, 16S2. Mrs, Tamasin Hale died 
June 30, 1683. 

Second Generation, Thomas Hale, born in England, married May 26, 
1657, 3fary Hitchinson, daughter of Richard Hutchinson, of Salem, 
Mass., and wife Alice, from England. 

Third Generation, Hannah Hale, born , married William Peabody. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 725 

i 

Third Generation, Richard Peabody, born February 17, 1691, married 
17 16, Ruth Kimball, daughter of /oAw Kimball, of Boxford, Mass. 

Fourth Generation, Abigail Peabody, bom October m, 1722, married 
, 1743, Stephen Keyes. Residence, Pomfret, Conn. 

Fifth Generation, Abigail Keyes, born August 16, 1751, married , 

1767, Selh Grosvenor. Removed to Berkshire county, Mass. 

Sixth Generation, George H. Grosvenor, bom July 19, 1783, was a cap- 
tain in the army of war of 1812. He married February 6, 1S09, Mary J. 
Beach, daughter of Ashbel Beach, of New Hartford, N. Y., and died 1S3S. 

Seventh Generation, Sarah Grosvenor, born April 5, 18 10, married Octo- 
ber 21, 1^2^, James Gurdon Porter, of Skaneateles and Lockport, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6523. Lucia M. Porter, born July — , 1831. 

6524. Laura Porter, born Febmary 10, 1833, married C. V. S. Roseveltf /*?(Kh 
(5525. Seth G. Porter, bom .August 19, 1835, captain P. M. steamship. -f« t^//, 
652<). Samuel Porter, born November 29, 1837, died , t868. 

0527. Henr>' Porter, bom March 15, 1839, died , iS6 

G528. Erederick IJ. Porter, born December 14, 1840, died , 1.104. 

6.529. Stanley Porter, bora July 5, 1842, lieutenant, killed at Bull Run. 

6530. Ben. H. Porter, born July 10, 1844, lieut. U. S. N., killed at Fort Fisher. 

fv53I. Maria G. Porter, born Feb. 23, iS.^S. married Capt. M^ing, Ger. Navy. //tl^^v^iTTjQ 

[6D22.] Ha7inah Maria Porter, daughter of Samuel Porter 
(3479) ^"•^ Hannah Johnsoji, married May 19, 1830, George Geddes. 

[Pa IT. Geddes and wife, Sarth Fitzsimmons. 

Second Generation, James Geddes, born , 1704, married , Mar- 
garet Muir. She died , 1783. aged eighty-four. He died , 1764. 

Third Generation, William Geddes, bom , 1735, married March 8, 

1762, Sarah Mc Allen, who died December 9, 1773, aged thirly-nine. He 
died September 17, 1789. 

Fourth Generation, James Geddes, born July 22, 1763, married May 5, 
1799, Lucy Jerome. He died August 19, 1838. 

Fifth Generation, George Geddes, born February 15, 1809, married Han- 
nah M. Porter. Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. He died October 8, 1883. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6.532. James Geddes, bom November 19, 1831, married Frances Ferry. 
6533. Mary Geddes, bora June 25, 1834, married David Cossett. 

James Geddes and Frances had George Geddes, bom September 24, i860, 
who married August i, 1881, Allie Shout, and had (tenth generation) * * * 
Robert Geddes, b^rn Annl 70. 1S.S2. 



726 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[ S n 2 3 ,] Mortimer Porter, son of Doct. Samuel Porter (3479) 

and Hannah Johnson, married , A7ine Woodruff, lyived in 

Viaeiand^J^'.'J. He died , 1882. She died , 1865. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6534. Ella Porter, born , 1842, married Azel Franke. 

6535. Erancis Porter, bom , 1845. 

G536. Anna W. Porter, bom , 1848. ^dX^i %^n^^ 

6537. Mar}' L. Porter, bom , 1850, marrie<r ^ ' 4 Martyn. 

[SDSSi] Sydenham Porter, son of Doct. Samuel Porte? 
(3479) and Hannah Johnson. lyived in Vineland, N. J. He mar- 
ried , Amayida Blakesley. 

Their only child was [being of the ninth generation :] 

6538. Mary Porter, bom March 15, 1863. 

[SD3 3i] Julius Rhoades, son of Doct. Samuel Rhoades and 

Lucy Porter, (3481) married , Elizabeth Craig, daughter oi 

Archibald Craig, of Schenectady, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6539. Margaret Rhoades, bora, , 1834. 

6540. Archibald Rhoades, bora , 1837, surgeon U. S. N. 

[6n34i] Samuel P. Rhoades, son of Doct. Samtcel Rhoades 

and Lucy Porter, (3481) married , Lucy A. Beach. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6541. Augustus Rhoades, born , 1S26. 

6542. Elizabeth Rhoades, born , 1828. 

6543. William P. Rhoades, born , 1830, married Isabella Porter. (6515) 

[5n72i] Margaret Buell, daughter of Oliver BjicU (3493) 
and Polly Wilcox, married November 29, 1830, Leander Norton. 
Residence, Clinton, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6544. Sarah M. Norton, born December 4, 1831, married E. S. Isbell. 

6545. Caroline C. Norton, bom December 9, 1833, married H. S. Dolph. 

6546. Edwin N. Norton, bora January 26, 1836, married Cynthia Post. 

6547. Henry Norton, bom August 18, 1838. 

[5D 74i] Elizabeth Buell, daughter of Oliver Buell (^2>A<^2)) ^^^ 
Polly Wilcex, married September 3, 1835, George Stannard, of 
Westbrook, Conn. She died December 8, 1845. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER, 727 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6548. Hamlin Stanuard, boru July i8, 1836. 

6549. Mary E. Stannard, born May 19, 1838. 

6550. Susan E. Stannard, born April 9, 1840, married Andrew C. Doane. 

6551. William H. Staunard, bom March 31, 1842. 

6552. Charles O. Stannard, bom November 13, 1843. 
655;J. George O. Stannard, bora November 27, 1S45. 

[6D76,] Oliver Buell, son of Oliver Buell (i2>A9o) ^n& Polly 

Wilcox, married , 1847, Hannah A. Watrous. Residence, 

Chester, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6554. Oliver D. Buell, born May 5, 1848, died March 25, 1864. 

6555. Mary h. Buell, born September 22, 1S51. 
6.>i6. Emma A. Buell, bora November 14, 1853. 
6ri57. Ella C. Buell, born Febraary 23, 1859. 

[GD7Bi] Elisa Buell, daughter of Oliver Buell (3493) and 
Polly Wilcox, married August 13, 1839, William A. Bushnell. 
Residence, Westbrook, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6558. Edwin W. Bushnell, born June 23, 1840. 
655y. Alice E. Bushnell, born Jan uarj' 11, 1845. 

6560. Grace A. Bushnell, born June 25, 1855. 

(Edwin W. Bushnell enlisted iu the twelfth Connecticut volunteers, Oc- 
tober 20, 186 1 ; second lieutenant April i, 1863; first lieutenant August 21, 
1864. With Butler's expedition, ship. I. Miss. ; Forts Jackson and St. Philip. 
Battles of George's Lauding, siege of Port Hudson, Donaldsonville, Win- 
chester, Strasburg, Fisher's Hill, New Market and Cedar Creek, La. 

[5D7B.] Adeline Buell, daughter of Oliver Buell (t,^()^') and 
Polly Wilcox, married February 9, 1843, Martiyi C. Lawrence, of 
Clinton, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6561. Cecelia A. Lawrence, bom October 30, 1843. 

6562. Mary E. Lawrence, bora May 15, 1845, 

6563. Edgar E. Lawrence, bora January 19, 1847. 



728 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[SD3 5,] Isaac Day Poj'ter, sou of Ezeklel Porter (3495) and 
Mercy Day, married , 1843, Sarah Drake. Residence, West- 
field, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6564. Marcus M. Porter, bom , 1S44. 

6565. Sarah D. Porter, born , 1846. 

[5 D 3 B 1] Caroline Sibley, daughter of Daniel Sibley aud Hcp- 

zibah Porter, (3520) married , 1830, Solomon Yeomans, of 

Meriden, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6566. Ira Yeomans, born April 7, 1831, married Anne F. Davis. 

6567. Eliza Yeomans, born August 6, 1833, married William Eltou. 

6568. Sarah Yeomans, born July 9, 1835. 

6569. Caroline Yeomans, born August 6, 1S37, married Charles Slater. 

6570. Cynthia Yeomans, born March 3, 1840, married Henry Deming. 

6571. Mary Yeomans, born February 8, 1843, married Frederick Elkins. 

[ fi D 3 7 1] Amanda Sibley, daughter of Daniel Sibley and Hep- 
zibah Porter, (3520) married , 1836, Jonathan Wilkinson. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6572. Leander Wilkinson, born December 10, 1837. 

6573. Goodwin Wilkinson, bom December 7, 1839, niarried Emily Davis. 

6574. Lovell Wilkinson, bom December 4, 1841, married Elsie Davis. 

6575. Charles A. Wilkinson, born July 7, 1843. 

6576. Dwight H. Wilkinson, born June 7, 1846, married Emma Puffer. 

[GDSBi] Pamela ►Sz'^/^, daughter oi Daniel Sibley 2iQ.d.Hep- 
zibah Porter, (3520) married , 1848, Otis Whittemore, of Lei- 
cester, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6577. Cynthia Whittemore, born July 17, 1849, married Arthur White. 

6578. Emma Whittemore, born April 18, 1857. 

6579. Flora Whittemore, bom March 10, 1861. 

[5 D 3 3 1] Aurelia Sibley, daughter of Daniel Sibley and Hep- 
zibah Porter, (3520) married , 1853, John A. Bartlett, of Port- 
land, Me. 



* DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 729 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
65S0. Mary E. Bartlett, bom April i8, 1854, married Edward Greene. 

6581. Addison A. Bartlett, born July 7, 1856, married Amanda Clarke. 

[Sinn.] Porter D. Sibley, son of Daniel Sibley and Hcpzibah 
Porter, (3520) married , 1854, Jane Cooley, of Westfield, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6582. Emma J. Sibley, born October 7, 1848, married Edward Shurtleff. 
658.3. Porter A. Sibley, bom April 18, 1851. 

ft584. Jane C. Sibley, bom May i, 1853. 
0.585. Eva M. Sibley, bom February 9, 1856. 

[G1D3.] George JV. Sibley, .son of Daniel Sibley, and Hcpzi- 
bah Porter, (3520) married , \%^\, Julia Marsh, 2d, , 1872, 

Amelia Bardcn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
0.586. Ella J. Sibley, bom August r, 1858. 
A587. Frank E. Sibley, bora September 7, i860. 
65as. William Sibley, born April 18, 1862. 

6589. Charies A. Sibley, bora May i, 1865. 

6590. Ida Sibley, bom March 7. 1868. 

6591. Alena Sibley, bom , 1876. 

[61D4.] Dwight P. Sibley, son of Daniel Sibley, and Hepzi- 
bah Porter, (3520) married , 1856, Sarah M. Jay cox, of Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Their only child was [being of the ninth generation :] 

6592. Mary E. Sibley, bom , 1859. 

[S12B.] Auren B. Porter, son of Aaron Porter (3525) and 

Miriam Beckley, married , 1842-3, Jane Smith, daughter of 

Halsey Smith. Residence, Weathersfield, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

65'J3. Alonzo S. Porter, bora , 1844. 

6594. Auren B. Porter, bom , 1846. 

[filSBi] William H. Porter, son of Aaron Porter {t^^i^) and 

Miriam Beckley, married , Martha Belding. 

[Richard Bklding, from England, Veathersfield, Conn. 



730 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Second Generation, John Belding, born iu Englaud, married , 1653, 

Lydia . 

Third Generation, Joseph B elding, bom , 1663, married October 27, 

1693, Mary . , 

Fourth Generation, Thomas B elding, born September 9, 1700, married 
, 1729, Maiy Mix. 

(Thomas Mix, from England, New Haven, Conn., 1643, married , 

1649, Rebecca Turner, daughter of Capt. Nathaniei, Turner, from Eng- 
land, 1630, Stanford, Conn., 1640, who sailed for England, January — , 1646, 
in that ship never after heard from. 

Second Generatio?t, Rev. Stephen Mix, born November 1672, graduated 
at Harv'ard College, 1690, ordained 1694, minister at Weathersfield, Conn.; 
married December, i, 1696, Mary Stoddard. 

(Anthony Stoddard, came from England, Boston, Mass., 1639. His 
wife Mary Downing, was daughter of Emanuel Downing, who married in 
England, Lucy Winthrop, daughter of Adam Winthrop, of England, and 
sister of Gov. John Winthrop, of Mass. Anthony Stoddard died March 
16, 1687. Mrs. Ivucy Stoddard died January 16, 1647. 

Second Generation, Rev. Solomon Stoddard, born , 1640 ; Harvard 

College 1662 ; minister at Northampton, Mass. ; married March 8, 1670, 
Esther IVarham, daughter of Rev. John Warham, of Windsor, Conn., from 
England, then widow of Eleazer Mathews. He died February 11, 1720. 
She died February 10, 1736. 

Third Generation, Mary Stoddard, bom January 9, 1671, manied Rev. 
Stephen Mix. He died , 1738. 

Fourth Generation, Maiy Mix, bom , 1700, married , Thomas 

Belding. 

Fijth Generation, Simeon Belding, born April 18, 1739, married Novem- 
ber 3, 1765, Martha Lockwood, bom September 28, 1743, daughter of Rev. 
James Lockwood, who married November 4, 1742, Alary Dickinson, born 
January 26, 1725, daughter of Elihu Dickinson, of Weatherslield, Conn. 

Sixth Generation, James L. Belding, born October 5, 1774, married — . 

Seventh Generation, Martha Beldi7tg, born , married William H. 

Porter. Residence, Weathersfield, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6595. William H. Porter, born , 1846. 

6596. Martha B. Porter, bom , 1848. 

6597. Anthony S. Porter, born , 1850. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 731 

[G14 7.] James II. Porter, son o( Anso?i Porter (3556) and 
Mehitabcl Mygatt, married January- 11, 1843, Phebe A. Pendleton, 
daughter of W. C. Pendleton, of Westerly, R. I., a descendant of 
•Major /aw<?5 PendletoJi, who married April 29, 1656, Hannah Good- 
€710, daughter of Edmund Goodeno, and wife Anne, fiom Wilt- 
shire, England, to Sudbury, Mass., 1638. James was son of Major 
Rkyan Pendleton, from England, with wife Eleanor. J. H. Por- 
ter lived in Westerly, R. I. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6.")98, Harriet H. Porter, born September 11, 1843. 
0509. Charles A. Porter, born May 12, 1848. 
<i(>0(t. Carrie L. Porter, born October 9, 1S54. 
0001. Minnie R. Porter, bom June 9, 1858. 

[GIG 2i] Marietta Andrews, daughter of Selah Andrews (3540) 
and Mary Bacon, married April 14, 1852, Butler Warren, of East 
Hartford, a de.scendant of William Warren, of Hartford, from 
England. Residence, New Briton, Conn. She died December 
12, 1858. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

•)('»0'J. LeRoy Warren, born , 1853. 

G<i03. William A. Warren, born , 1855. 

[GIG 7,] Leo7iard D. Porter, son of Ethan B. Porter (3545) 
and Julia Griswold, married January 11, 1858, Sarah Stevens. 
He died in Minneapolis, Minn., September 20, 1869. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
(kKM. Nettie J. Porter, bom October i, i860. 
0()0.'i. Martha S. Porter, born October 19, 1862. 
<'.G(J(>. William D. Porter, born December 28, 1864. 
0007. Charles A. Porter, bom June 25, 1866. 

[GlBBi] Edwin Porter, son of Asahel Porter (3553) and Lucy 

Kelsey, married , 182 1, Catherine Hubbard. Residence, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
0608. Mary J. Porter, bora April 18, 1822. 
0<109. Edwin Porter, born July 16, 1824. 
01)10. Henry H. Porter, born September 9, 1S26. 



732 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

6611. Emily Porter, born November 14, 1828. 

6612. Harriett Porter, boru August 6, 1830. 

6613. William A. Porter, bom December 19, 1831. 

[GlBDi] Otis Porter, son oi Asahel /(?r/^r (3553) and Lucy 

Ke.lsey, went to NewViern, N. C. , where he married . 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6614. Franklin O. Porter, born December 10, 182S. 

6615. Catherine M. Porter, born November 4, 1830. 

6616. Daniel Porter, born January 10, 1833. 

6617. Marj- L. Porter, boru Decembers, 1836. 

6618. Asahel Porter, born January i, 1839. 

[Sia Bi] Royal L. Porter, son oi Daniel Porter {^^'-^'^^ and Polly 

Badger, married , 1832, Sarah A. Pratt. Residence, Boston, 

Mass. He was editor of the " Boston Traveller," and died 1844. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6619. Royal F. Porter, born , 1834. 

6620. Edward G. Porter, born , 1836, in 18S7 in Palestine. 

6621. William R. Porter, born , 1841, lieutenant nth Massachussetts 

Volunteers. Killed August 29, 1862, at battle of Bull Run while command- 
ing his company. 

[S19Bi] Walter Andrews, son of Stephen Andrews and 
Lovina Porter, (3556) married January 19, 1826, Elizabeth Stuart 
Cameron, daughter of Charles Cameron, of Prattsburgh, N. Y. 
He died at Naples, N. Y., June 28, 1840. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6622. Jane F. Andrews, born May 30, 1827, married S. W. Minor. 

6623. George I. Andrews, bom May 18, 1831, of Quincy, Mich. 

6624. Charles C. Andrews, born March 17, 1834, married Harriett Dunlap. 

6625. Janet Andrews, bom April 27, 1837, married Oliver Wilson. 

6626. Porter I. Andrews, born September 5, 1S39, married Amy E. Dunlap. 

[S13 3 1] Emetine Andrews, daughter of Stephen Andrews and 
Loznna Porter, (3556) married July 4, 1821, Horace Walbridge, of 
Stafford, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6627 Mary A. Walbridge, bom January 14, 1822, married G. S. Whitman. 
6628. Henry H. Walbridge, born May 13, 1824. 



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DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 733 

6629. LovinaE. Walbridge, bom December ir, 1825, married William Abeel. 
66.30. Jaue F. Walbridge, born December 13, 1827, married R. II. Hooker. 

6631. Seliuda C. Walbridge, bom February 24, 1830, married C. Whittaker. 

[52D2i] Stephen Porter Andrews, son oi Stephen A7idre7vs 
and Lovina Porter, (3556) married May 2, 1833, Lucinda Round, 
of Potter, Yates county, N. Y. Removed to Quincy, Mich. He 
died October 14, 1867. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6632. Wesley P. Andrews, born February 19, 1834, married Alice Thomas. 

6633. Lucretia A. Andrews, bom February 2, 1837. 

6634. Samuel E. Andrews, born April 19, 1S38, married Ella M. Thomas. 
663.5. Emeline V. Andrews, born December 29, 1840. 

6636. Mary F. Andrews, bom September 20, 1847. 

6637. Esther A. Andrews, bom February- 29, 185 1. 
66.38. Nelson H. Andrews, born August 27, 1S52. 

[52D4.] William Andrexcs, son of Stephen Andrews and 
Lovina Porter, (3556) married May i, 1841, I.ueinda Vates Pulver, 
daughter of Peter Pulver, and Lovina Concklin, of Jerusalem, 
Yates county. Residence, Italy Hill, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6G39. Adelaide C. Andrews, born April 6, 1842. 

6640. Lovina L. Andrews, born September 5, 1843. 

6641. Charles W. Andrews, born November i, 1845, died February 9, 1870. 

6642. Jerome F. .Vndrews, born March 2, 1S43. 

6r43. Delight C. Andrews, born March 4, 1852, married J. W. Townscnd. 
6644. Rose E. Andrews, bom March 4, 1855. 

[52DS.] Nathaniel Porter, son of Nathaniel Porter (3558) 
and Afary Starkweather, married in East Hartford, Conn., 1830, 
Almira Churchill. Removed to Ohio, 

Their children were [being of the ninth ^neration :j 
664.5. Jane Porter, bom , 1S31. 

6646. Asahel L. Porter, Ijorn , 1833. 

6647. Almira C. Porter, born , 1S36. 

rll'.-IS TMii.-li;..-. Tnr'.-r l.n-ii r^;:?;. 



734 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[621Di] Miranda Porter^ daughter oi Job Po7'fer {2)5^^) and 

Lydia Kelsey, married , 1830, Horace H. Hills. He died 

November 30, 1847. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6649. Lydia M. Hills, born April 15, 1832, married Newell Lester. 

6650. Francis H. Hills, born January 5, 1835, married Marie L. King. 

6651. George A. Hills, born November 7, 1837, married Emma A. Wheeler. 

6652. Alonzo P. Hills, born January 6, 1841. 

6653. Kate J. Hills, born August 23, 1843, married C. H. Olmstead. 

6654. Harriett M. Hills, bom April 18, 1847, married Frederick Olmstead. 

[6211i] Harriett Porter White, daughter of y<?.yzaA White 2jaA. 
Elizabeth Porter, (3564) married July i, 1S29, Edwin Fay, son of 
Moses Fay, of Rutland Vt., whose wife was Sarah White, daugh- 
ter of Z^awzV/ White, (3138.) Edwin Fa)' removed to Georgia, and 
was a planter at Rocky Mount, Merri wether county. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6655. Edwin Fay, born May 17, 1832. Teacher in Louisana. 

6656. Sarah F. Fay, born February 6, 1835, married S. Stoddard. 

6657. Elethera Fay, born January- 15, 183S. 

6658. William H. Fay, bom March i, 184J. 

6659. Josiah D. Fay, born November i, 184^. 

[5212,] Olivia H White, daughter of Josiah White and 
Elizabeth Porter, (3564) married March i, 1841, Rev. James Mc- 
Kee, Presbyterian minister at Orion, Pike county, Alabama. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6660. Edwin L. McKee, born November 3, 1843. 

6661. Harvey L. McKee, bom March 10, 1846. 

6662. Caroline L. McKee, bom December 13, 1848. 

6663. John M. McKee, born March 15, 1851. 

[fi2B3i] Edwin S. Porter, son of Enos Porter (3615; and 
Abigail H. Whaple, married Januar>' 21, 1858, Mary H. Jackso7i. 
Residence, Greensburgh, Ind. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6664. William H. Porter, born November 29, 1858. 

6665. Charles R. Porter, bora November 20, 1861. 

6666. Enos Porter, born July 28, 1863. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 735 

66G7. Mar\' h. Porter, bom November 21, 1865. 
fW>S. Edwiu M. Porter, born July 7, 1869. 

[62 3D.] Epaphroditus Porter, son q{ Judah Porter (3640) 
and A7ina Mann, married November 27, 1830, Sybil A. Fuller. 
He died 1859. Residence, Hebron, Conn. She died 1873. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
CG<)5>. Horace V. Porter, lx)rn December 17, 1831, married Mary C. Bissell. 
6(j70. Helen A. Porter, born December i, 1833, married Charles Babcock, 
6071. Henr}' F. Porter, 1x)rn November 12, 1835, married Maria F. Gray. 

[S 2 3 3 1] Mary Anne Porter, daughter of Judah Porter (3640) 
and Anna Mann, married Febrtiar>' 18, I'iyo, John Flavel Bliss. 

[Thomas Br.is.S of Belstone, Devonshire, England, came to Braintree, 
Mass., with wife .Var^an't, 1635 ; remo\nng to Hartford, Conn., 1640, which 
year he died. She died in Springfield, Mass., August 28, 1684. 

Second GeueralioH Thomas Bliss, born in England ; removed to Nor- 
wich, Conn., 1662, and married October 30, 1644, Elizabeth . He died 

April 15, 1688. 

Third Generation, Satnnel Bliss, born December 9, 1657, married De- 
cember 8, 1681, Anne Etderkin, born January — , 1661, daughter of John 
Elderkin, from England, Norwich, Conn., who married , 1660, Eliza- 
beth Drake, daughter of John Drakk, of Windsor, Conn., from England. 
Samuel Bliss <lied December 30, 1731. Mrs. Anne Bliss died May 17, 1748. 

Fourth Generation, Rev. John Bliss, born October 23, 1690; Yale Col- 
lege 1710; minister at Hebron, Conn., October, 1717 ; became an Episcopa- 
lian. He married (second wife) December 14, 1732, Hannah Post, daughter 
of Phinehas Post, of Columbia, Conn. Rev. J. Bliss died I'ebruary i, 1741. 

Pi/th Generation, Ellis Bliss, born September 25, 1733, married (second 

wife) April 30. 1770, Grace Ford, born , 1747, daughter of Isaac Ford, 

of Hebron. He die<l July 14, 1814. Mrs. Grace Bli.ss died October 15, 1829. 

.Sixth Generation, Benjamin Bliss, bom July 11, 1776, married Septem- 
ber 2, 1801, Lydia Stron}^, born December 13, 17S2, sister of Polly Strong, 
who married Beta Porter, daughter of Daind Strong and Atny Carver. 
Mrs. Lydia Bliss died May 19, 1S31. He died July 24, 1858. 

Seventh Generation, John Flavel Bliss, born August 20, 1806, married 
I'ebruary 8, 1830, Mary Anne Porter. Removed to Oswego, N. Y, where 
he died September iS, 1S36. She die.l December 19, 1852. 



736 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6072. George Porter Bliss, born November iS, 1830, married Susau V. Crane. 

6673. John Homer Bliss, born August 4, 1S32. 

[52B5i] Francis A. Po7-te7\ son oi Judah P01 ter {^^iSfi) and 

Anna Mann, married , 1840, Julia A. Hendee. Residence, 

Andover, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6674. Amelia Porter, born December 2, 1841. 

6675. Leonard H. Porter, bom November i, 1843. 

6676. Francis E. Porter, bom October 17, 1845. 

6677. Abner Porter, born December 8, 1847. 

[S313i] Jar-vis Porter Lord, son of Russell Lord and Mary 
Porter, (3650) married Harriett Porter Bill, (4283.) Residence, 
Lebanon, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6678. Nelson P. Lord, born January 30, 1S31. 

6679. Clarinda P. Lord, born September 3, 1833. 

6680. Lydia M. Lord, born February 11, 1S36, married William P. '''odd. 

[S31Gi Henry Bliss Porter, M. D., son of Rev. Amasa Por- 
ter (3652) and Sarah Bliss, married , 1827, Carol i?ie H. Collins. 

He graduated Yale College, and was a physician, Hartford, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6681. John Porter, bom January 8, 182S. 

6682. Henry C. Porter, born April ro, 1829. 
668f5. Howard A. Porter, bom November 7, 1S31. 

6684. William W. Porter, born May 25, 1834. 

6685. Frances M. Porte*, born March 28, 1840. 

6686. Charles E. Porter, born January 10, 1843. 

[SSlBi David Perrin Porter, son of David Porter (^3657) and 
Jerusha Sumner, m.arried February 4, 1845, Mary Robbins, daugh- 
ter of Solomon Robbins, of Chaplin, Conn. Residence, South 
Manchester, Conn. Merchant. He died June 5, 1878. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6687. Sarah A. Porter, born March 20, 1S46. 

6688. Mary O. Porter, born April 21, 1848, married S. H. Chaffee. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 737 

6689. Isabella J. Porter, ) 

6690. Florilla F. Porter, \ ^^''^ ^^^ ^5, 1851. 

6691. Handel R. Porter, born .September 20, 1857. 

6692. Wesley B. Porter, born August 18, 1859, married Mary J. Gould. 

6693. Ada C. Porter, born May 16, 1868. 

[S3 2D,] Theodore B. Porter, son of David Porter (3657) and 

Jeriishn Sumner, married , 1850, Sarah A. Chapmayt, born 

October lo, 1828, daughter of Martin Chapman, who married 
January i, 182S, Clarissa Daniels. Residence, Hebron, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6694. Herbert H. Porter, born September 16, 1852. 

669.5. Julia A. Porter, born October 9, 1S54, married George L. Dewey. 

6696. Mary K. Porter, born June 4, 1856. 

6697. George A. Porter, born September 23, 1S57. 

6698. Jane S. Porter, bom August 25, 1859. 

6699. John S. Porter, bom March i, 1862. 
67(K). Frances A. Porter, bora May 4, 1S64. 

[6323.] William Truman Porter, son of David Porter (3657) 
and Jerusha Sumner, married March 31, 1851, A?i?iis E. Collins, 
of Nonvich, Conn. Residence, Glastonbiir>', Conn, 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6701. William H. Porter, born February 24, 1853. 

6702. Martha E. Porter, born Bebruary 18, 1855. 

6703. Harriett J. Porter, born August 13, 1857. 

6704. Charles S. Porter, born October 14, 1859. 
67(15. PMwin E. Porter, born March 29, 1861. 

[S324i] Henry day lord Porter, .son of David Porter (3657) 
and Jerusha Sumner, married 1875, Josephine E. Porter. (5339.) 
Residence, Hebron, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
670(). Ward Porter, born October 16, 1877. 
6707. Sumner Porter, born November 3, 1879. 

[6325,] John Sumner Porter, son of David Porter (3657) 
and. Jerusha Sumner, married Jammrv ">G. i.'^59. Electa A. Brown. 
Re.sidence, Hebron, Conn. 



738 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6708. Anna J. Porter, born , 1861. 

G709. Johu S. Porter, bom , 1864. 

[Sa3Di] Joseph Porter, son oi John Porter (3660) and Frances 
Scoville, married August 24, 1864, Hartiett E. Stevens, bom Oc- 
tober 14, 1844, daughter oi John Stevens and wife Cordelia. Resi- 
dence, New Haven. Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

0710. Frederick S. Porter, boru May 21, 1865, died April 12, 1S69. 

0711. Grace C. Porter, boru May 5, 1870. 
6712. Alice M. Porter, boru June 16, 1873. 

0713. Joseph S. Porter, born vSeptember 15, 1876. 

6714. Helen S. Porter, born November 29, 1S82. 

6715. Donald W. Porter, born January 4, 1886. 

[G 3 51,] Edward Porter, son oi John Porter (3660) and Frances 

Scoville, married , 1854, Kate L. Stevens, daughter of John 

Stevens and wife Cordelia. Residence, New Haven, Conn. 

Their only child was [being ot the ninth generation :] 
6710. Raymond W. Porter, born , 1S55. 

[ S 3 4 3 . ] Harriett Porter Beldirig, daughter of George B elding 
and Hanyiah Porter, (3666) married 1819, "Rev. Jtilius Steele. 

[John Steele, of Hartford, Conn., from England. 

Second Generation, John Steele, bom in England, married , 1645, 

Mary Warner, bom in England, daughter of Andrew Warner, from 
England, Cambridge, Mass., 1632, who removed to Hartford, Conn., and 
thence to Hadley, Mass., and died DecemberjS, 1684. John Steele died 
, 1664-5. 

Third Generation, John Steele, born Novembers, 1647, married Ruth 
Jndd, born February 7, 1647, daughter of Thomas Judd, of Hartford, from 
England. 

Fourth Generation, John Steele, bom March 7, 1685, married December 
17, 1716, Mary Neiuell, daughter of 5a wwt'/ Nezvell, of Farmingtou, son of 
Thomas Newkli., of Hartford, and Rebecca Olmstcad, who came with her 
imcle James Olmstead, from England to Hartford, Conn., 1635. John Steele 
died April 2, 1751. 

Fijlh Ceneiation, Elisha Steele, hoxn November 23, 1736, married March 
10, 1763, Susannah Strong. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 739 

(Elder JOHX Strong, from England. 

Second Generation, Samuel Strong, bom August 5, 1652, married October 
28, 1698, Ruth Sheldon, bom August 27, 1663, daughter of Isaac Sheldon, 
of Windsor, Conn., and wife Mary, daughter of Thomas Woodford. 

Third Generation, Samuel Strong, bora February 11, 17 12-13, lived in 

Litchfield, Conu. He married , 1739, Susannah Brace, born , 1714, 

daughter of Henry Brace, son of Stephkn Brack, (or Bracie) of Weath- 
ersfield, Conn., from England, 1644. 

Fourth Generation, Susannah Strong, bom , 1742, married Elisha 

Steele. He dieil October 16, 181 1. She died January i, 1813. 

Sixth Generation, Julius Steele, bora December 29, 1786 ; Yale College 
181 1 ; minister at East Bloomfield, N. Y., and White Pigeon, Mich., married 
Harriett P. Belding. She died in Ogdensburgh, N. Y., January 6, 1865. 
He died P'ebruary 20, 1849. 

Their childreu were [beiug of the ninth generation :] 

6717. John Steele, bora January 2r, 1820, died , 1846. 

6718. Heur>' T. Steele, born July 8, 1821, married Rebecca Knox. 

6719. Harriett Steele, bom August 26, 1823, married C. A. Davis. 

6720. George B. Steele, born Septemljer 28, 1825, died unmarried 1849. 
0721. James P. Steele, bom April 14, 1827, died unmarried 1857. 
6722. Mary J. Steele, iKjm April 8, 1831. 

(>7'.?S. Sarah A. Steele, bom Janu.ir)- 8, 1834. 

[634B.] George Belding, .son of Cnorgc JJ elding and Hannah 
Porter, (3666) married March 23, 1831, Mary Putnam. 

[This ftlary Putnam was a descendant, probably, of William Putnam, of 
Danvers, Mass., (brother of Gen. Israel Ptitnam, of the war of revolution,) 
who was bom February 8, 1700, sou of Joseph Putnam, of Danvers, who 
married April 21, 1690, Elizabeth Porter. 

(John Porter, from Dorsetshire, England, Salem, Mass., 1633. 

Second Generation, Israel Porter, bom in England, married Novenilier 
20, 1672, Elizabeth Hathome, born July 22, 1649, daughter of William 
HaThorne, of Salem, from England. 

Third Generation, Elizabeth Porter, born October 2, 1673, married 
Joseph Putnam. 

(John Putx.\m and wife Priscilla, from Aylesbury, county Bucks, Eng- 
land ; Salem, Mass., 1640. He died December 30, 1662. 

Second Generation, Thomas Putnam, bom , 16 18, married , 1643, 

Anne Holyoke, daughter of Edward Holyoke, of Lynn, Mass., from Tam- 
worth, Staffordshire, England. 



740 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Third Generation, Joseph Putnam, born September 14, 1669, married 
Elizabeth Porter. 

The children of George Belding were [being of the ninth gen- 
eration :] 

(>724. Mary J. Belding, boru November 10, 1833, married Uri W. Hart. 
G725. Prudence A. Belding, bom October 21, 1836, married C. A. Wiugate. 

6726. George T. Belding, born March 23, 1840, married LI. C. Worthingtou. 

6727. Harriett E. Belding, bom October 23, 1842, married C. R. Minis. 

[53 B 3.] Horace Deivey Dwight, son of Israel Dxtright and 
Sally Porter, (3674) married January 31, 1833, Laura Hoadlcy, 
&QMgh.\.(tx oi Russell B. Hoadley. She died July 15, 1846. Resi- 
dence, Kirkwood, N. Y. 

Their only child was [being of the ninth generation :] 

6728. Helen M. Dwiglit, born March 13, 1835, married Isaac Bird. 

[S 3 B 3 .] Alonzo Dwight, son of Israel Dwight and Sally Por- 
ter, (3674) married October 13, 1835, Betsey Hoadley, daughter 
of Russell B. Hoadley. Residence, Binghaniton, N. Y. He died 

October 25, 1S67. She died , 1852. He married (second wife) 

Adelia Hoadley, sfster of his first wife. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6729. Walton Dwight, born December 26, 1S37, married A. N. Dusenbury. 

6730. Webster Dwight, boru Dectember 21, 1840, 27 N. Y. Vols., died 1862. 

6731. Lucy A. Dwight, boru September 6, 1845, niarried Seymour Coleman. 

6732. Sarah A. Dwight. born October 7, 1850, married W. L. Ayer, M. D. 

6733. Bessie V. Dwight, bora March 4, 1854, married T. F. McDonald. 

6734. Ward A. Dwight, bom August i, 1856. 

[S3BBi] Sylvester W. Divight, son of Israel Dwight and 
Sally Porter, (3674) married May 27, 1833, Elizabeth Stewart, of 
Wilkesbane, Pa. He was quartermaster-sergeant 186 New York 
volunteers, in war of rebellion. Residence, Addison, N. Y. Mrs. 
Eli^^abeth Dwight died July 19, 1865. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6735. Sylvester F. Dwight, boru I\Iay 27, 1836, married Jennie Dyer. 

6736. Martha S. Dwight, born September 2, 1841. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 741 

[S3B3.] Chester DwigJit, son of Israel Divight and Sally 
Porter, (3674) married May 27, 1851, Marietta Langdon, bora at 
Salisbury, Conn., daughter of D. M. Langdon. Residence, Kirk- 
wood, 111., and Windsor, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
0737. Harriett M. Dwight, born December 5, 1852. 
67;iS. Ralph L. Dwight, born August 26, 1855. 
673!). Myron C. Dwight, born January 5, 1858. 
0740. Norman P. Dwight, born May 2, 1861. 
(1741. Mary E. Dwight, born December 6, 1863. 

[5 3 7 D ,] Orson Dwight, .son of Israel Divight and Sally Por- 
ter, (3674) married December 23, 1868, Chloe Oveida Roffe, daugh- 
ter of Thomas R. Roffe and Amelia W. Canfield. Residence, 
Alleg^iany, Potter county, Pa. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
0742. Jennie O. Dwight, born October 3, 1S69. 
()743. Sally A. Dwight, born May 14, JS71. 

[S3 73.] Abby A. Porter^ daughter of Rosivell Porter (3676) 

and Nancy Shattuck, married , 1831, William Champlin, of 

Hamilton, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

0744. Ellen Iv. Champlin, born June 5. 1832, married William Hill. 

0745. Abby .\. Champlin, bom April 18, 1S34, married E. D. Williams. 
()74e. Lucia Champlin, born May 24, 1836, married W. C. Williams. 
0747. William V. Champlin, boni 1840. 

[6 374,] Lovisa L. Porter, ^.W.v^nXQr oi Roswell Porter {T^^-je) 
and Nancy Shattuck, married January — . 1837, Preston H. Smith. 
She died Januar>' 22, 1850, Hamilton, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
074S. James E. Smith, bom 1838, married Julia A. Cox. 

0749. Henry L. Smith, born 1840, married Rachel Bronson. 

0750. Abby A. Smith, born 1843, married Silas Clark. 

0751. Althea L. Smith, bora 1845, married Charles Rollins. 



742 DKSCIvNDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[5 3 7B,] Esther L. Porter, ^2i\x^\\.Qx oi Roswell Porter (3676) 
and Nancy Shatttuk, married, 1839, Moses M. Nash. 

[Thomas Nash came from England to Guilford, Conn., 1639; New 
Haven, 1643, died May. 12, 1658. Mrs. Margery Nash died Feb. 11, 1656. 

Second Generation, Timothy Nasli, born in England, married , 1657, 

Rebecca Stone, daughter of Rev. Samuel vStone, from England. He died 
March 13, 1699. Mrs. Rebecca Nash died , 1709. 

Tliird Generation, John Nash, born August 21, 1667, married November 
27, 1691, Elizabeth Kellogg, born October 9, 1673, daughter of Joseph Kel- 
logg of Hadley, Mass., from England. She died July 4, 1750. He died 
October 7, 1743. 

Fourth Generation, John iVash, born July 2, 1694, removed to Amherst, 
Mass. He married November, 1716, Hannali Ingrahain, born October 17, 
1697, daughter oi John IngraJia>n,o{ Hadley, who married June 26, 16S9, 
Mehitabel Dicttinson. 

(Nathaniel Dickikson, from England to Weathersfield, Conn., 1637. 

Second Generation, John Dickinson, born , married, 1646, Frances 

Foote, daughter of Nath.\niel Foote of Weathersfield, Conn., from Eng- 
land. He died , 1676. 

Ttiird Generation, Mehitabel DicJcinsou, born , 166S-9, married 

John Ingrahani. 

Fijth Generation, John Nash, born , 173S, married April 27, 1775, 

Mary Graves, born February 26, 1739, daughter of Elnathan Graves of 
Hadley, and JMartha Dickinson, daughter oi Nathaniel Dickinson. 

Sixth Generation, Moses Nash, born December 20, 1767, married August 
16, 1692, Salome Leiuis, daughter q{ Noadiah Lewis of Farmington, Conn. 
Moses Nash died in Amherst, Mass., 1841. 

Seventh Generation, Moses M. Nash, born , 1808, married Estha 

L. Porter. Residence, Hamilton, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
0752. Ellen M. Nash, born 1S40, married Edward F. Randolph. 

6753. Emma L. Nash, born 1S42, married C. A. Whittaker. 

[5377.] Oi'lajido Porter, son of Roswcll Porter (3676) and 

Nancy Shattuck, married , 1843, Lethea Cross. Residence, 

Hamilton, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6754. Ivilly J. Porter, born 1844. 

6755. Nelly M. Porter, born 1S46, married Henry C. Ford. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 743 

[6375,] Mcnzo IF. Porter, son of y?^raW/ /l^r/^r (3676) and 

Nayicy Shaiiuck, married , 1844, Anna Muir. Residence, 

Hamilton, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6750. Elbert Porter, bom 1845. 

6757. Azro Porter, boru 1S47. 

6758. Alice Porter, born 1849. 

6759. Edwin Porter, born 1S51. 

[53 79,] Williavi Stratford Porter, son of Rostucll Porto 

(3676) and N^ancy Shattuck, married , 1S57, Theresa Sheperd- 

son. Residence, Olean, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6760. Genevieve J. Porter, born Julj'3i, 1S5S, married O. G. Farrar. 
67(;i. Maynard R. Porter, born May 16, 1862. 

r>7(i_'. Cora I). Porter, bcru January 29, 1S68. 

[63BD,] 'Harley C. Beede, son o{ NaihanicL Bcebc and Anna 

Porter, (3678) married , 1835, Dolly Hall. Residence, Clay- 

ville, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
676."^. Clarence H. Beebe, born January 10, 1836, married Lucy A. Griswold. 
0764. Frances L. Beebe, born October 20, 1843, married J. C. Darlintj. 
676.'). Ellen F. Reebe, bom June 12, 1847. 
67()(i. Charles L. Beebe, born February 21, 1S54. Died 1S73. 

[53B1,] Elijah Porter Beebe, son of Nathaniel Beebe and 

Anna Porter, (3678) married , 1834, Marcia Sprague, of 

Smyrna, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6767. Merton Beebe, bom 1835. 

6768. Manila M. Beebe, bora 1S37, m;irricd Nelson Temple. 

6769. Mordaunt Beebe, bom 1839. 

6770. Watson Beebe, born 1841, killed at Port Hud.son. 

6771. Adelbert Beebe, boru 1843. 

[53B2i] Rasselas O. Beebe, son of Nathaniel Beebe and 

Anna Porter, (3678) married , 1838, Maria Ten-Broeek. 

Residence, Hamilton, N. Y. 



744 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[DiRCK Wessels Tex-Broeck came from Holland to Albanj-, about 
1660 ; was a trader and fur dealer ; first recorder of Albany ; mayor, 1695 to 
1698. Died September 18, 1717. He married Christina Van Buren, daugh- 
ter of Cornelis Maase-Van Buren and wife Catalyntie Martense, from 
Holland. 

Second Generation, Johanyias Tcn-Broeck, born , married December 

29, 1714, Catryna Van Rensselaer. 

(KlLiAN Van ■Rkxssklakr, a merchant in Amsterdam, Holland. 
Died , 1646. 

Second Generation, Jereinias Van Rensselaer, married , 1662, Maria, 

AsM^)i\.&T oi Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. She died January 29, 1689. He 
died October 12, 1674. 

Third Generation, Hendrick Van Rensselaer, bom , married March 

19, 1689, Catherina Van Priigh, born April 19, 1665, daughter of Johannes 
PiETERSE Van Brugh, of Albany, from Harlaaem Holl., who married March 
29, 1658, Catryna Roeloffse, daughter of the noted Anneka Janse, and her 
husband Roeloffe Jansen, who came from Holland, 1630, to New York. 
Hendrick Van Rensselaer died in Greenbush, N. Y., July 2, 1740. She died 
December 6, 1 730. 

Fourth Generation, Cattyna Van Rensselaer, born January i, 1692, mar- 
ried Johannes Ten-Droeck. 

Third Generation, Dirck Wessels Tcn-Broeck, born October 30, 17 15, 
married June 28, 1743, Catryna Conyn. 

rHii.ip Leendertse Conyn with wife Agnietie, came from Holland to 
Albany, 1655. He died , 1704. 

Second Generation , Philip Conyn, born — , married, 16S2, Wynlie Dirkse. 

Third Generation, Philip Conyn, bom January 29, 1694, married, 1720, 
Catryna . 

Fourth Generation, Catiyna Conyn, born , married Dirck IV. Ten- 
Brae ck. 

Fifth Generation, Dirck Ten-Broeck, born , married , Cornelia 

Stuyvesant. 

Sixth Generation, Peter Stuyvcsayit Tcn-Broeck, lx)rn January 26, 1792, 
married . 

Seventh Generation, Maria Tcn-Broeck, boni , married Rasselas O. 

Beebe. Residence, Hamilton, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6772. Fraucelia Eeebe, bom 1S39. 

6773. Elizabeth Beebe, bom 1841. 

6774. Hariey C. Beebe, born 1843. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 745 

[5385.] Afary Elizabeth Porter, daughter of Elisha P. Por- 
ter (3685) and Mary C. Porter, (3688) married April 3, 1S53, 
He7try A. Spafford (5389.) Removed to Pennsylvania. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6775. Elisha P. SpafFord, bom January 7, 1854, married Sophronia Abel. 
G77(». Emily P. SpafTord, born January 26, 1S57, married J. E. Tucker. 
0777. Henry E. Spaflbrd, born November 13, i860, married M. S. Breed. 
G778. Mary F. Spafford, born January 22, 1865. 
(»779. John A. Spaflbrd, bom August 21, 1S71. 

[639 D.] Rev. Addison Kellogg Strong, .son of Rev. Salmon 
Strong and Rachel P. Kellogg (3689) ; graduate Hamilton Col- 
lege, 1842. He married September 10, 1841, Matilda '"'"l- 
Secontl wife, Medora Elder. Residence, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
U780. Mary E. vStrou}^, bom 1842. 
r>781. Edward K. Strong, born 1S44. 
6782. Louisa vStrong, bom 1847. 
678.^. Anna Strong, born 1S49. 
0784. Sarah E. Strong, born 1S52. 

[6391.] Edward Kellogg St > UN !^, sou of Rev. Salmon Strong 
and Rachel P. Kellogg, (3689) married July 8. 1852, at Ogdens- 
burg, N. Y., Elizabeth Fine. 

[James Fikh, born , 1745, in New York city, married , Eliza- 
beth Cooke, daughter oi John Cooke and Elizabeth Lefferts, of New York 
city. He died in New York city , 1795. 

Second Generation, John Pine, born , 1784 ; graduate of Columbia 

College, 1809; studied law at Citchfield, Conn.; removed to St. Lawreuce 
county, N. Y., 1S15 ; judge of county court 1824 to 1838 ; member of Con- 
gress, 1838 to 1844 ; stale senator, 1848. He died in Ogdeusburgh, January 
4, 1867. He married in Philadelphia, Pa., by Bishop White, March, 1820, 
Martha Gurney, daughter of Francis Cumcy, of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Francis Gurney, born in Montgomery county, Pa., 1738; served in the 
English army in 1756, against the French and Indians in Canada, and 
against the French, West India Islands. In 1775 he was a captain in the 
American army, and in 1776, lieutenant-colonel in the nth regiment of the 
Pennsylvania Hue ; colonel, 1786 to 1799, when he was promoted to briga- 
dier-general, serving in the western insurrection. He became a prominent 



746 • DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

shipping uiercbant in Philadelphia, and died May 25, 1S15, aged seveuty- 
seven years. His wife was Mary Porteificld, bom in Scotland, daughter of 
AivEXANDER PORTERFIELD, captain of a merchant vessel sailing between 
Glasgow and Boston. 

Mrs. Martha Fine died Dec. i, 1862. Judge John Fine died Jan. 4, 1867. 

Third Generation, Elizabeth Fine, born , 1825, at Ogdensburgh, 

N. Y., married £". K. Strong. He died in Milwaukee, Wis., September 13, 
1S63. Mrs. Elizabeth Strong resides in 1888 in Ogc^nsburgh. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6785. John Fine Strong, bom April 15, 1853. Died July 2, 1874. 
678G. Addison K. Strong, born November 3, 1S54. 

G787. Thomas F. Strong, born October i, 1856, married Alice G. Morgan. 
G7SS. Gumey S. Strong, bora February 19, 1858. 
G789. Edward D. Strong, born Dec. 17, 1S59. Residence, Detroit, Mich. 

6790. Charlotte M. Strong, born Dec. 28, 1861, married John C. Howard. 

[542 B .] John T. Doolilile, son ot Joel Doolittlc and Sarah P. 
Fitch, (3777) married March 14, 1838, Anne M. Marshall, of 
Painesville, Ohio. 

Their children were [being of the nintl; generation:] 

6791. Joel M. Doolittle, born March 15, 1S39. 

G792. Sarah E. Doolittle, born Nov. 2, 1S40, married B. G. Wilkinson. 
G793. Charles E. Doolittle, bom April 12, 1842, married Juliet Wilcox. 

6794. John T. Doolittle, born October 31, 1844. 

6795. Robert E. Doolittle, born December i, 1851, married Alice Andrews. 

6796. Hubert M. Doolittle, bora March 25, 1S53. 

6797. Mary E. Doolittle, born April — , 1859. 

[542 7.] Charles H. Doolittle, son oi Joel Doolittlc and Sarah 
P. Fitch, {2>m)'^ removed to Huron, O., 1837; Elyria, O., 1850. 
He married , 1843, Elizabeth Kemp. 

Their only child was [being of the ninth generation :] 

6798. Mary L. Doolittle, bora 1845, married W. H. Searle. 

[5430.] Elizabeth B. Doolittle, daughter oi Joel Doolittle owd 
Sarah P. Fitch, (3777) manied //. C Gray. Editor and publisher, 
Painesville, O. 

.Their children were [being of the ninth generation ;J 

6799. Elizabeth P. Gray, born 1S46, married H. C. Welles. 

6800. Alice G. Gray, bora 1S48, married R. M. Murray. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 747 

r>801. Katheriue Gray, born 1S50. 
OS(VJ. William C. Gray, horn 1852. 

[6431.] Mark R. Doolittlc, sou oi Jod DoolMe and Sarah P. 
Fitch, izill^ married Alta P. Briggs. Resideuce, Painesville, O. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
C803. George Doolittlc, boru 1S48. 

()S04. Mark R. Doolittle, born 1850, married Nora Huntoou. 
n8ii5. Kate Doolittle. boru 1852, married A. L. Gardner, M. D. 
mm. Alta P. Doolittle, born 1855. 

[6472.] /tf//?d'5 Safford PofUr, son of Hi? am Porter {2,191^ 
and Nancy A. Chapman, married in Bazetta. O., September 12, 
1S62, Phebc Annette Meek. Residence, Fowler, O. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
(>S'i7. Minnie A. Porter, born August 2, 1S64. 
rkSOS. Nellie B. Porter, born September 2, 1867. 
(JSIH). Mabel I. Porter, lx)ni October 24, 1871. 

[64 Bl.] Sarah S. Porter, daughter of Barnabas S. Porter 
^3*^15) and Pamela IV. /?aten/>ort, married June 22, 1854, Austin 
D. Bates. Residence, Conway, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
()S1(». Laura T. Hates, born November i, 1856. 
<}S11. Henry A. Bates, born Marcb 23, 1861. 
<>.^I2. Mary C. Hates, born June 29, 1S65. 

[54 B 2.] Henry Davenport Porter, son o{ Barnabas S. Porter 
(3815) and Pamela IV. Davenport, married , 1856, Plla Park- 
inson, of Greenfield, Mass. He died Januar}' 29, 1870. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
0813. Harriett S. Porter, born June 21, 1857. 
(iS14. Mary E. Porter, born February 12, 1859. 
6815. Barnabas S. Porter, bom Marcb 8, 1862. 

[54B3.] Lydia IV. Porter, daughter of Barnabas S. Porter 

(3815) and Pamela IV. Davenport, married , 1857, Henry 

Deicey, of Coleraine, Ma.ss. Residence, Griswoldville, Mass. 
She died October 21, 1875. 



748 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

0816. Oscar H. Dewey, born April 25, 1858, married Nettie Howard. 

0817. Clara E. Dewey, bora March 3, i860, married A. E. Denisou. 
6818. Fred E. Dewey, born January 31, 1862. 

0819. Charles C. Dewey, born September 29, 1S69. 

[54 B4.] Rii/us C. Porter, son of Barnabas S. Porter {2)^i^) 
and Pamela IV. Davenport, married , 1868, Linda A. Fair- 
banks, of Heath, Mass. Residence, Heath, Mass. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation ;] 

0820. Anna L. Porter, born May 31, 1869. 

6821. Henry L. Porter, born April 7, 1871. 

6822. George R. Porter, born February 14, 1 873. 

6823. Myrtie L. Porter, born June 3, 1875. 

6824. Clarence W. Porter, born February 19, 1S7S. 

[64BBi] Huldah P. Po)ter, daughter of Barnabas S. Porter 

(3815) and Pamela W. Davenport, married , 1865, David Y. 

Dewey, of Coleraine, Mass. She died December 9, 1875. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6825. Jesse L. Dewey, born April 14, 1S66. 

6826. Myra E. Dewey, born June 28, 1869. 

6S27. Gertrude E. Dewey, born November 14, 1872. 

6828. William H. Dewey, born November 26, 1S74. 

[eeB4,] Dillon T. Buell, son oi James Buell (3888) and 
Triphenia Bailey, married January — , 1826, in Lebanon, Conn., 
Sa7-ali Ti-appe, daughter of yia!(5<?2' Trappe ?i\\d wife Lucy, of Leb- 
anon, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6829. Charles W. Buell, bora October 2, 1826, married Sarah Welles. 

6830. Henry C. Buell, born June 9, 1828. 

6831. I,ucretia J. Buell, born July 19, 1830, married Chauucey Crosby. 

6832. James H. Buell, bora June i, 1832, married Mary Bearse. 

6833. Madison Buell, born July 31, 1834, married Kate Tillinghast. 

[ G S B S 1] Lueretia Hyde Buell, daughter oi James Bncll (38S8) 
and Triphenia Bailey, married in Lebanon, Conn., 1817, Erastus 
IV, Clark. Removed to Duanesbuig, N. Y. She died in Vernon, 
N. Y., May 3, i860. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 749 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6834. Delia B. Clark, born June 9, i8r8, married N. Metcalf. 
68;>">. Auria B. Clark, born November 19, 1819, married William Seymour. 
G83(). Harriett E. Clark, boru December 5, 1821, married W. J. Clark. 
(5837. James M. Clark, born March i, 1824, banker in New York City. 
0638. Nancy C. Clark, born April i, 1830. 
6.S39. Parker H. Clark, bom June 13, 1833. 
(i840. William F. Clark, boru May i, 1836. 

[6 SB 7.] Nancy Eliza Buell, daughter oi James Ducll (3888) 
and Triphenia Bailey, married September 20, 1830, at Westmore- 
land, N. Y., Abraham H. Halleck. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6841. Samuel P. Halleck, born February 30, 1835. 

6842. William C. Halleck, bom October 9, 1836. 

6843. James H. Halleck, bom April 23, 1840. 

6844. Amelia B. Halleck, boru October 26, JS45. 

6845. Abel B. Halleck, Ixirn December 23, 1848. 

[6 6 B B 1] James Madison Bucll, son of James Buell (3888) and 
Triphenia Bailey, married in Rome, N. Y., April 24, 1834, Sarah 
Pope, daughter of Sampson Pope, of Rome, and his wife Lydia 
Damon. He died in Utica, N. Y., August 25, 1868. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6846. Sarah E. Buell, born September 20, 1840, married H. B. Curran. 
()847. Ella Buell, born December 8, 1853, 

[653G.] Henry A IJred Porter, son oi Henry C. Porter {'^%C)C)) 
and Sarah C. Dodge, (4587) married September 12, 1850, Lucilla 
Sayre, daughter oi John Sayre, of Plainfield, N. J. 

Their children were [being of the ninth genor.nlion :] 

6848. Alfred Stuart Porter, born Septembel- i, 1852. 

6849. Lucilla C. Porter, born October 27, 1859. Died March 10, 1S68. 
'^i'^'iO. Frederick D. Porter, bora October 22, 187 1. 

[S5BB.] John Stuart Porter, son of Henry C. Porter (3896) 
and Sarah C. Dodge, (4587) married Mary Louise Thicker, daugh- 
ter of /./^///<'r Tucker, of Albany, N. Y. 



750 DKSCKNDANTS OF JOilN PORTER. 

Their chiklren were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6851. IvUther H. Porter, boru October 17, 1S57, married Elizabeth B. Griffin. 

6852. William S. Porter, born July 19, 1859, married Florence N. Kline. 

[GGBZi] Willi am Dodge Porter, son of Henry C. Porter 
(3896) and Sarah C. Dodge, (45S7) married May 31, 1862, Alex- 
ine Mifflin Coulter, daughter oi John Parke Coulter, of Baltimore, 
Md. Residence, New York city. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
G853. William S. Porter, boru January 24, 1S66. 
6854. Grace C. Porter, boru Augu.st 20, 1S70. 

[SSBBi] Sarah Jane Porter, daughter of Henry C. Portet 
(3896) and Sarah C. Dodge, (4587) married April 27, 1859, Reu- 
ben S. Knight, of Waterloo, N. Y, He died September 12, 1862. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
68.55. Henry C. Knight, born January 6, 1861. 
6856. Sarah J. Knight, born Juue 5, 1S66, married Rev. J. S. Jewell. 

[5S9Di] Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard, son o{ Robert 
F. Bar7iard awd Augicsta Porter {2>^<^9)\ graduate of Yale College, 
1828; L.L. D., 1859; D. D., i860; professor of mathematics, 
natural philosophy, etc., University of Alabama, 1837 to 1854; 
president of University of Mi.ssissippi, 1856 to 1861. At the be- 
ginning of the civil war he came to New York and was appointed 
president of Columbia College. United States commissioner to 
the exposition, Paris, France, 1S67 ; officer of the I>gion of 
Honor of France. He married December 27, 1847, Margaret Mc- 
Murray, of Mississippi. They have no children. 

[SS 31.] /<?//« G. Barnard, son of Robert F. Barna7'd and 
Augusta Porter (3899) ; graduate of United States Military 
Academy, West Point, 1833 ; in charge of construction of fortifica- 
tions in Louisiana, 1835 to 1852 ; captain of engineers. In Mexican 
war aide on staff of General Winfield Scott, battles of Chepulte- 
pec, Churubusco, Molino-del-Rey, Belen Gate, city of Mexico. 

Chief engineer of suivej' of isthmus of Tehauntepec, 1850-51 ; 
superintendent of construction of fortifications in California, 1852 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 751 

to 1855 ; superintendent of West Point Military Academj^ 1855-6; 
superintendent of fortifications, New York Harbor, to 1861. 

Brigadier-general and chief engineer ofamiyoftlie Potomac, 
1861 ; battles of Bull Run, Blackburn's ford, siege of Richmond 
and Yorktown, Va. ; colonel of engineers. 

As chief engineer, he directed the defenses of Washington, 
D. C, in i86r. In the Virginia peninsular campaign, 1862, he 
directed the siege works at Yorktown and on the Chickahominy ; 
selected the position on which was fought the battle of Gaines 
Mill ; reconnoitred the passages of White Oak swamp, and the 
position of Malvern Hill ; took part in the battle of Williamsburg 
and the battle of Malvern Hill. 

In the campaign of 1864-65, he ser\'ed on the staff of General 
U. S. Grant, (5S62) as "chief engineer of the armies in the field," 
until the surrender of General I^ee at Appomattox. He was bre- 
vetted through several grades to that of major-general United 
States army "for gallant and meritorious services in the field." 
L.L. D., Yale College, 1864. He married , 1S43, Jane Eliza- 
beth Brand, bom at St. Francisville, La., October 25, 1822, daugh- 
ter of William Brand, of New Orleans, and \i\svi'\ie Jane Brouwer. 
She died in New York city, February 24, 1853. He married 
(second wife) October 2, i860, in St. Mary's church, Harford 
county, Md., Anne Eliza Hall, daughter of Major Henry Hall, 
who was son of Benedict E. Hall, of Harford county, a descendant 
of Aquila Hall and Colonel Thomas White, of Harford county, 
Md. Residence, New York city. G^^-neral J. G. Barnard died in 
Detroit, Mich., May 14, 1882. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
fiS57. William F. Barnard, bom Nov. 16, 1844. I^ied September 18, 1863. 
GS5S. Augustus r. Ilarnard, born May 30, 1847, C. E., U. S. coast survey. 
(»S59. Robert F. Barnard, born June 10, 1S.50. Died February 23, 1S53. 
G8G0. John H. Barnard, born July 5, 1861, married Minnie Merrill. 
G8G1. Jane B. Barnard, born November 26, 1862. 
G802. Anna M. Barnard, born June 26, 1S66. 



752 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[fiS3 2.] Henry Porter Andrews, son oi Henry W. Andrews 
and Mary Porter, (3908) married Oct. 9, 1854, Maria L. Adams. 

[Roger Adams came from England to Brookline, Mass., married Mary 
Baker, daughter of Thomas Baker, son of John Baker, who came from 
Norfolk, England, to Charlestown, Mass., with wife Elizabeth, in the ship 
"Rose," 1630. 

Second Generation, Joseph Adams, born February 24, 1648, married , 

Third Generation, Joseph Adams, born October 13, 1676, married , 

1701, Ruth Whitney. 

(John Whitney, with wife Elinor, from England, 1635, to Watertown, 
Mass. He died January i, 1673. She died May 11, 1659. 

Second Generation, John Whitney, born in England, married , 1642, 

Ruth Reynolds, daughter of Robert Reynolds, of Watertown, from 
England. 

Third Generation, John Whitney, bom September 17, 1643, lived in 

Roxbury, Mass. He married , 1669, Elizabeth Harris, born August 8, 

1644, daughter of Robert Harris, of Brookline, from England. 

Fourth Generation, Ruth Whitney, born August 31, 1674, married , 

Joseph Adams. 

Fijth Generation, Joseph Adams, born , 171 7, married , 1750, 

Mercy Fowle, a descendant of George Fowle, of Concord, Mass., from 
England. 

Sixth Generation, J(ncbh yldams. born June 3, 1751, married , 1785, 

Thank Jul Spring. 

Seventh Generation, Elijah Adams, born Augu.st 8, 1791, lived in New- 
ton, Mass. He married , 1S27, Hannah Hyde, a descendant of Jona- 
than Hyde, of Cambridge and Newton, and -wnfe Maty, from England. 

Eighth Generation, Maria L. Adams, born May, 1834, married Henry 
P. Andrews. He was a pupil of the Rensselaer Institute, Troy, N. Y. 
Civil engineer in the service of engineer corps United Slates army in New 
Orleans, La., 1844 to 1850. In the Mexican war, captain of Louisiana volun- 
teers, and volunteer aide to General E. P. Gaines. In 1850-51 attached to 
the survey of isthmus of Tehauntepec, of which Major J. G. Barnard (5591) 
was chief engineer. In service of United States in construction of fortifica- 
tions at the "Golden Gate," San Francisco, Cal., 1853 to 1859, and New 
York harbor, 1859 to i86r. Paymaster United States army in war of Rebel- 
lion, 1861 to 1866, Mrs. Maria L. Andrews died in New York city, April 
18, 1873. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 753 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
68G3. Charles A. Andrews, born December i8, 1857, died in childhood. 
6864. Henry S. Andrews, bom January 10, i86x, died in childhood. 

[6 6 a a.] Martha Vail Wiggins, daughter of Peter Vail 
Wiggins and Mary Porter, (3903) married June 13, 1848, Cruger 
Walton. 

[William Walton came from county Norfolk, England, to New York 
city about 1700. He was extensively engaged in trade with the Spanish 
colonies, building and owning many vessels, his ship yard was on the East 
river. He was known as " Baas Walton." He built and occupied the man- 
sion on Hanover square, called the "Walton House." He died May 23, 
I749> aged eighty -two. Mrs. Mary Walton died August 31, 176S, in her 
ninetieth year. 

Second Generation, Jacob Walton, born July 3, 1703, married May 14, 
1726, Mary Becckman. 

[WiLHKLMUS Kekckman, born April 2S, 1623, at Hasselt, in Oberyssal, 
near Coblentz on the Rhine, came to New Amsterdam. He married Sep- 
tember 5, 1649, Calaliiia DeBoog, daughter of Hknurik DkBoog, from 
Amsterdam, Holland. 

Second Generation, Gerardits Becckman, born August 15, 1653, married 

October 25, 1677, Magdalena Abeel, born , 1657, daughter of Stoffel 

Janse Abeel, from Holland, to Albany, N. Y., and his wife Nccttjie Jan&e 
Croon, daughter of Dirck Janse Croon, of Albany, from Holland. 

Third Generation, Mary Beeckman, born January 10, 1703, married , 

Jacob Walton. He died October 20, 1747. Mrs. Mary Walton died 1782. 

Third Generation, Jacob Watton bom December 15, 1733, married 
March 11, 1760, Mary Cruger. 

(John Cruger came from Holland to New York previous to 1700. He 
was a merchant ; alderman, 1712 to 1733 ; mayor, to his death, 1744. He 
married March 5, 1703, Maria Cuyler, baptized in New \''ork, March 13, 
1678, daughter of Hendrick CuylER, of New York and Albany, from Am- 
sterdam, Holland, with wife Anna. John Cruger died August 13, 1744. 

Second Generation, Henry Cruger, born November 25, 1707, married 
«< Miss Harris,'' of the Island of Jamaica. He was a member of the pro- 
vincial assembly, 1744 to 1759, and of the council, 1760 to 1773. In 1775 he 
went to England, and died in Bristol, 177S. 

Third Generation, Mary Cruger, born , married Jacob Walton. He 

was a loyalist in war of Revolution, and died August 12, 1782. Mrs. Mary 
Walton died August i, 1782. 



754 DKSCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

/■u/uii I .. luration, Henry IVaflon. born Octobers, 1768, in New York 
city, married February 18, 1800, Matilda Caroline Cniger. 

(John Cruger, first above named. 

Second Generation, Henry Cruger, married in England, as his second 
wife, Caroline Elizabeth Blair. 

Third Generation, Matilda Caroline Cruger, born , married Henry 

Walton. Residence, New York city and Saratoga. He died in New York 
city, September 15, 1844, and was interred in the family vault in Trinity 
churchyard. 

Ei/th Generation, Cruger Walton, boru November S, iSog, married 
Martha V. Wiggins. He graduated at Rutgers College ; was a lawyer in 
Saratoga; member of legislature, &c., and died August 29, 1871. Mrs. 
Martha V. Walton died July 29, 1850. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
G8(;5. Mary P. Walton, born February 19, 1849, married Arthur A. Camp. 
6860. Henry C. Walton, born May 29, 1S50, married Virginia C. Jones. 

[S53 7i] Peter Porter Wiggins, son oi Peter Vail Wiggins 
and Mary Porter (3903) ; graduate Trinity College, Hartford, 
Conn., and Heidelberg, Germany. Banker in Saratoga, N. Y. 
He married June 12, 1S60, Sarah Emily Bur hans. 

[Jacob Burhans appears in New Amsterdam as a soldier in the Nether- 
lauds army in the company of " his noble honor, the Directory-general," 
1660. He was one of the organizers of the Reformed Dutch church in Wilt- 
wick, (now Kingston, Ulster county, N. Y.) Magistrate, &c. 

Second Generation, Jan Durhans, came to New Amsterdam, 1663. He 
married April — , 1675, at Kingston, Helena Traphagan, daughter of Wil- 
liain Traphagan and Jannctjc Clacs Grocnvis. He died about October 
30, 1708. 

Third Generation, Johannes Burhans, baptized August 27, 1682, at 
Kingston, married Margaret Leg, baptized January 27, 1682, daughter of 
Williavi Leg and wife Susanna. He died May, 1720. Mrs. Margaret Bur- 
hans married , (second husband) Barent Van Benthuysan. 

Fourth Generation, Johannes Burhans, baptized February 18, 1709, at 
Kingston, married September 4, 1731, Jannetje Newkirk, baptized March 
I3i 1713. daughter oi Ariaati Newkirk and Aaltjen Bogaard, daughter of 
Pieter Bogardus, of Kingston. Johannes Burhans died about 1794. 

Fifth Generation, Cornells Burhans, born August 15, 1746, at Catsbaan, 
Ulster county, N. Y., married June 4, 1772, Margriet Van Leuven baptized 
May 3, 174S, at Kingston, daughter of Pieter Van Leuven and Jannetje, 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 755 

daughter of Evert Luykassen, of Albany, from Holland. Cornelis Burliaus 
died September 2S, 1S27. 

Sixth Generation, John C. Biirhans, born December 15, 1776, at Cats- 
baan, married March 26, 1798, at Saugerties, N. Y., Clarissa Peck, daughter 
oi Benjamin Peck, who married December 25, 1755, Mary Bnell, 

(William Buell, from England. (See elsewhere.) 

Second Generation, Samuel Biiell, married Deborah Griswold. 

Third Generation, John Buell, born February 16, 1671, married Novem- 
ber 20, 1695, Mary Loomis. 

(Joseph Loomis came from England, to Windsor, Conn., 1638. 

Second Generation, John Loomis, born in England, 1622, married Feb- 
ruary 3, 164S, Elizabeth Scott, daughter of Thomas Scott, of Hartford, 
Conn., from England. 

Third Generation, John Loomis, bom November 9, 1649, ma^ied . 

He died August 31, 1715. 

Fourth Generation, Mary Loomis, born March 20, 1672, married John 
Buell. Residence, Litchfield, Conn. He died April 9, 1746. She died No- 
vember — , 176S. 

Fijth Generation, Peter Bucll, born May 22, 1710, married December 18, 
1734, Avis Collins. 

(John Collins, with wife Susannah, came from England, to Boston, 
Mass. Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1644. He died March 
29, 1670. 

Second Generation, John Collins, born , 1640; settled in Middle- 
town, Conn.; removed to Guilford, and married June 3, 1669, Mary Steph- 
ens, daughter of John Stephens, of Guilford. 

Third Generation, John Collins, born , 1670, married July 23, 1691, 

Anna Lecte. 

(William Leete came from Englajid, to Guilford, 1639 I assistant, 1642 
to 1657 ; deputy-governor, 1658 to 1676 ; governor, 1676, to his death, April 
16, 1683. Mrs. Anne Leete died September — , 166S. 

Second Generation, John Lecte, born , 1639-40, married October 4, 

1670, Mary Chittenden, daughter of William Chittenden, who came from 
Guilford, county Sussex, England, and whose wife was Joan Sheaffe, daugh- 
ter of Doct. Jacob Sheaffe, of Cranbrooke, county Kent, England. 

Third Generation, Anna Leete, born August 5, 1671, married , Johii 

Collins. 

Fottrth Generation, Rev. Timothy Collins, born April 13, 1699 ; graduate 
Yale College, 1718; was minister at Litchfield, Conn.; he was a surgeon in 
war of 1755. He married January 16, 1723, Elizabeth Hyde. 



756 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

(Wji.I-IAM lIVDi-;, from England. (See elsewhere.) 

Second Generation, Samuel Hyde, mairied Jane Lee, daughter of Thomas 
L,EE, from England. 

Third Generation, Samuel Hyde, born May — , 1665, married December 
10, 1690, Sarah Caulkins, daughter of Johx Ca.ulkins, of Norwich, and 
Sarah, daughter of Robert Royce, of Norwich, from England. 

Fourth Generation, Elizabeth Hyde, born December 12, 1703, married 
Rev. Timothy Collins. 

Fifth Generation, Avis Collins, born April i, 1714, married Peter Buell. 
She died in Litchfield, Conn., November i, 1734. He died May 10, 1784. 

Fifth Generation, Archelaus Diiell, born April 14, 1737, married May 3, 
1758, Mary Landon, of Litchfield, a descendant of N.\THAN Landon, from 
Herefordshire, England, to Southold, L. I., about 1665. 

Sixth Generation, Mary Buell, born April 16, 1761, married Benjamin 
Peck. 

Fifth and Seventh Generations, Clarissa Peck, born February 16, 17S4, 
married John C. Burhans. 

Seventh Generation, Hinim Wallace Burhans, born June 9, 1806, mar- 
ried January 2, 1833, Margaret Miller, born March 3, 1803, daughter of 
John Miller, of New York city, who married March 5, iSor, Phebe Pine, bom 
October 3, 1770, daughter oi John Pine, of Bedford, N. Y., and his wife 
Katherine Chadeayne, bom Dec. 20, 1745, daughter of Daniel Chadeayne, 
and wife Elizabeth Secor. He was son of John Chadeayne, who came 
with wife Judith (Tillyou) from Rochelle, France, They were Huguenots, 
and settled in Deleware. H. W. Burhans died in Saratoga Springs, August 
14, 1883. 

Eighth Generation, Sarah Emily Burhans, born March 14, 1837, mar- 
ried P. P. Wiggins. 

Their children were [l)eing of the ninth generation :] 
6867. Peter V. P. Wiggins, bora March 27, i86r. 
0868. Wallace B. Wiggins, born August 23, 1864. 

6869. Frederick A. Wiggins, born June 9, 1866. 

6870. Margaret E. Wiggins, born September 6, 1S68. 

[6BD2,] Elizabeth Durrall, daughter of William M. Burrall 
and Abigail Stoddard, (3904) married July 9, 1834, Edmund 
Belden. 

[Richard Belden, (or Belding) from England, 1640. 

Second Generation, John Belden, bom in England, 162 1, married April 
24, 1657, Lydia . 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 757 

Third Gctwratio7t, Jonathan Belden, born June 21, 1660, married De- 
cember 10, 1685, Mary Wright, born March 4, 1664, daughter of Thomas 
Wright, of Weathersfield, Conn., who married June 15, 1657, Elizabeth 
Chittendeti, daughter of William Chittenden, of Guilford, Conn., and 
wife Joati, (see P. P. Wiggins (5597)-.) Jonathan Belden died July 6, 1734. 

Fourth Generation, Silas Belden, bom July 22, 1691 ; removed to Canaan, 
Conn. He married November 30, 1716, Abigail Rabbins. 

(John Robbins came from England to Weathersfield, Conn., with wife 
Mary, 163S ; representative. Died June 27, 1662. 

Second Generation, Joshua Robbins, born in England, married Decem- 
ber 2, 1630, Elizabeth . He died December 15, 1738. Mrs. Elizabeth 

Robbins died April 24, 1736. 

Third Generation, Abic^ail Robbins, bom June 12, 1697, married Silas 
Belden. 

Fijth Generation, Silas Belden, horn November 13, 1717; town clerk, 
1740 ; married . He died , 1752. 

Sixth Generation, Jonathan Belden, born November 16, 1737, married 
March 27, 1759, Sarah Belden, daughter of Samuel Belden, of Weathers- 
field, whose wife, married April 10, 17 12, was Mary Spencer. 

(Jared Spencer, from England, with wife Hannah, to Cambridge, 
Mass., 1634; Haddam, Conn., 1658; representative. Died , 1685. 

Sscond Generation, Nathaniel Spencer, born , 1656, married , 

1681, Lydia Smith, daughter of Thomas Smith, of Haddam. He died , 

1720. She died , 1742. 

Third Generation, Maiy Spencer, born January 9, 1692, married Jona- 
than Belden, He died January 9, 1778. 

Seventh Generation, Jonathan Belden, bom June 14, 1777, married , 

1803, Love Dean. He died , 1S32. 

Eighth Generation, Edmund Belden, born , 1805, married Eliza- 
beth Burrall. He died April 22, 1872. She resided in 1S86 at Canaan, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
C871. Harriett E. Belden, bora October 6, 1835. 
6S72. Edmund P. Belden, bora March 30, 1841. 

[SBDa.] William Porter Burrall, son of William M. Burrall 
and Abigail P. Stoddard, (3904) married May 9, 1831, Harriett 
Holley {2^(^21.) He graduated at Yale College, 1826; lawyer in 
Bridgeport, Connji mayor, state senator, etc. He died March 2, 
1S74. Mrs. Harriett Burrall died December 30, 1876. 



758 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
C87o. William H. Burrall, born May 29, 1832. Civil E., Spriugfield, Mass. 

6874. John M. Burrall, boru August 30, 1834, married M. H. Dickinson. 

6875. Elizabeth M. Burrall, born Oct. 24, 1836, unmarried, Spriufield, Mass. 

6876. Sarah B. Burrall, born September 24, 1838, married H. H. Anderson. 

6877. Harriett H. Burrall, born September 17, 1840, died January 26, i860. 

6878. Porter S. Burrall, born February 13, 1846, married Anna E. Croome. 

[6BDB.] John Hervian Bird, son of William A. Bird (3907) 
and Joanna Davis ; graduate of Union College ; physician in 
Chicago, 111. He married September 2, 185 1, Frances Elizabeth 
Blaney. 

[Daniel Blaxey, born at Port Peun, New-castle county, Delaware, was 
a descendant of Edward Bl.\ney, who came from England, in the ship 
" Bonaventure," in 1632, to James city, Va. He married Hcsler Dushaynt\ 
(Du-Chene) a descendant of Huguenot family, early settlers in Delaware. 
Their son, Cornelius D. Blaney, married Mary Slidden, a descendant of 
Anders Stidden, son of Doct. Tymen Stidden, a surgeon appointed for the 
colony, who came with Governor Printz, in the ship "Fama," from Stock- 
holm, Sweden, August — , 1642, arriving at Fort Christina, "New Sweden," 
Va., February 15, 1643, the settlement made by Peter Minuit, in 1637-38. 
His residence was on the .site of the present city of Wilmington, Delaware. 
Anders Stidden married November 11, 1740, Katherine Keen. 

(JURRIAEN Keen, (or Joran Kyn) came from Sweden, with Gov. Printz, 
arriving at Fort Christina, February 15, 1643. ^^^ "^^^^ the principal proprie- 
tor of " Upland," afterwards Chester, Pa. Pie died about 1690-92. 

Second Generation, Hans Keen, horu about 1645, married lyiHemka . 

He settled on the Delaware river, at Peunipeck creek, and died about 1670. 

Third Generation, Matthias Keen, born , 1667, married , 1690, 

Henrika, daughter oi Jans Claassen, of Upland, from Sweden. Matthias 
Keen lived in Tacony. Pa. He was one of the founders of the Gloria Dei 
church, in Philadelphia; vestryman, and died July 13, 1714. 

Fourth Generation, Jonas Keen, bom September 16, 1698, married Octo- 
ber 20, 17 iS, Saiah Dahlbo, daughter of Olave Dahlbo, of Senamensiug, 
N. J., whose ancestor, Axders Dahlbo, came from Sweden, wth Governor 
Minuit. 

Fijth Generation, Katherine Keen, born March 9, 1724, married Anders 
Stidden. Residence, Wilmington, Del. 

Sixth Gene7-ation. 3fary Stidden, married Cornelius D. Blaney. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 759 

Seventh Generation, Daniel Blaney, boru , married Sarah Cannon, 

daughter of y«;«<'^ Camion, of Philadelphia, -who was son of James Cannon, 
who was boru in Edingburgh, Scotland, was a graduate of the University of 
Edingburgh, and came to America, in 1765. At the beginning of the war of 
the revolution, he was a tutor in the college of Philadelphia. Author of the 
"Cassandra letters." He was member of the convention of July —, 1776. 
Professor of mathematics in University of Pennsylvania, and died January 
28, 1782. 

Eighth Generation, Fiances E. Blaney, born December 25, 1829 in New- 
castle, Del., married Doct. John H. Bird. He died in Sioux-City, Iowa, 
March 3, 187 1. vShe resides in Buffalo, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the nintli generation :] 
6879. Elizabeth B. Bird, born October 19, 1852. 
0S80. Grace Bird, born March 27, 1S54, died July 13, 1854. 
r>S81. William N. D. Bird, born August 20, 1858, married Elsie V. Iluey. 

[SBD9.] William Augustus Bird, son of Williavi A. Bird 
(3907) and Joanna Davis ; graduate Union College. He married 
October r8, 1852. Mary M. Miller. Residence, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
G882. Joanna D. Bird, born September 10, 1853, died June 25, 1887. 

6883. Welles M. Bird, born June 26, 1855, married Eniilv :\r. Plunimer. 

6884. Porter A. Bird, boni February 7, 1S59. 

6885. Walter G. Bird, born March 9, 1861, died June 26, 1866. 

C886. William A. Bird, bom July 2, 1865, married Helen A. Remington. 

6887. Grace M. Bird, born March 30, 1870, died August 9, 1870. 

6888. Elizabeth G. Bird, bom August 21, 1873. 

[5B12.] Sarah Frederika Porter, daughter of Augustus S. 
Porter (3909) and Sarah G. Barnard, (5589) married September 
9, 1863, Stephen E. Burrall. 

[WiLUAM BuRRAix, see (3904,) son of Peter Burrall, of Redrath, Corn- 
wall, England, came to New England, 1715 ; Simsbury, Mass. 

Second Generation, Col. Charles Burrall, married Abigail Kellogg. 

Third Generation, Ovid Burrall, born ■, 1761, married , Lticy 

Welles. 

(Thomas Welles, came from England, to Hartford, Conn. Gov., &c. 

Second Generation, Samuel Welles, born in England, married, 1657-58. 
Elizabeth, daughter of John Hollister, of Weathersfield, Conn. She 
died , 1672. He died , 1675. 



760 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Third Gc7ieratio}i, Samuel Welles, bom April 13, 1660, married Juue 20, 
1683, Ruth Royce, daughter o{ Jonathan Royce, of Norwich, Conn., and his 
wife Deborah, daughter of Hugh Caiti,kins, from England. 

Fourth Generation, Thaddeus Welles, bora March 27, 1695, married , 

1726, Elizabeth Cowles, born , 1697, daughter of Timothy Cowlcs, of 

East Hartford, and wife Hannah Pitkin, daughter of William Pitkin, of 
Hartford, and wife Hannah Goodzcin, daughter of Ozias Goodwin, from 
England. 

Fifth Generation, Samuel Welles, born , 1727, married August — , 

1752, Lucy Kilbourne, born , 1731, daughter of Ebenezer Kilbourne, of 

Glastenbury, Conn. 

Sixth Generation, Lucy Welles, born , married Ovid Burrall. 

Fourth and Seventh Generations, Frederick A. Burrall, born August 26, 
1795. io Canaan, Conn., married Mary J. Bou'les. 

(John BowlivS came from England, to Roxbury, Mass., 1639; ruling 
elder; married April 2, 1650, Elizabeth Heath, daughter of Isaac Heath. 

Second Generation, John Bou'les, born July 17, 1653; Han'ard College, 
1671 ; married Novembers, i68r, Sarah Eliot. 

('John Eliot, born at Naziug, county Essex, England, 1600; graduate 
Jesus College, Cambridge, England, 1619 ; came to Boston, Mass., in ship 
"Lion," 1631 ; pastor of church, 1632. He married Anne Mountfort, to 
whom he was betrothed in England, and who came over to meet him, Sep- 
tember — , 1632. He was the famed "Apostle to the Indians," and trans- 
lated into the Indian dialect, the Gospels. He died May 20, 1690-91. 

Second Generation, John Eliot, born August 31, 1636; graduate Harvard 

College, minister at Newton, Mass., married , 1661, Sarah Willelt, boru 

May 4, 1643, daughter of Thomas WillETT, from England, in ship "Lion," 
to Plymouth, Mass., 1632, who married July 6, 1636, JMary Brown, born 
March 24, 1637, daughter of John Brown, of Duxbury, from England ; an 
assistant from 1636 to 1654, who died in Swanzey, August 4, 1674. 

Third Generation, Sarah Eliot, boru September 21, 1662, married John 
Boivles. He was representative, 1689 ; speaker, and died March 30, 1691. 

Third and Fourth Generations, John Bowles, born March 15, 1685 ; 
Harvard College, 1702 ; married September 10, 1706, Lydia Check ley. 

(Samuel Checkley, (or Chichely) born at Preston, North Hamptonshire, 

England, came to New England, 1653. He married , 1680, JMary Scot- 

towe, daughter of John Scottowe, of Boston, from England ; judge, &c. 
Samuel Checkley was a colonel of the Boston regiment ; representative, &c. 

Second Generation, Lydia Checkley, born March 31, 1690, married John 
Bowles. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 761 

Fourth Generation, Joshua Bowles, born , 1722, married , Mary 

riarlt, daughter of Ralph Hartt, of Boston, Mass. 

Fifth Generation, Ralph H. Bowles, born , 1757, married Hannah 

Crocker, daughter oi Josiah Crocker, of Taunton, Mass. Ralph H. Bowles 
was a captain in war of Revolution, and died in Machias, Me., Sept., 1813. 

SiA-th Generation, Mary J. Bowles, born , married F. A. Burrall. 

Seventh Generation, Stephen E. Burrall, bom May 17, 1826, married 
S. F. Porter. He died in New York city, August 31, 1868. Mrs. S. F. Bur- 
rall resides in London, England. The famil}- has assumed the name of 
Porter-Burrall, "by letters patent from the Queen, August 16, 1886." 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
088!). Guy A. Porter-Burrall, born January 18, 1S65, lieut. English army. 
6S90. Stephen E. Porter-Burrall, born November 9, 1868. 

[5B14i] Julia Mathews Porter, daughter oi Albert H. Porter 
(3910) and Julia Mathews, married September 18, 1867, John H. 
Osborne, of Auburn, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
OSUl. Albert P. Osborne, born November 16, 1873, died March 10, 1875. 
()892. Ruth Osborne, born June 22, 1877. 

[SBI61] Albert Augustus Porter, son of Albert H. Porte f 
(3910) and Julia Mathews ; graduate Aiuherst College, 1859. He 
married September 11, 1862, Julia y/^. Jeffrey, boru in Cauan- 
daigua, N. Y., datighter oi Alexander Jeffrey, from Edinburgh, 
Scotland, and his wife Delia Granger, daughter oijohn A. Gran- 
ger, born September 11, 1795, who was son of Gideon Grander, of 
Canandaigua, (Postma.ster-general, U. S.), whose wife was Mind- 
well Pease. Gideon Granger was a descendant of Launcei.OT 
Granger, from Kngland to Ipswich, Mass., who removed to 
Newbury, Mass., ar.d married January 4, 1654, Joayina Adams, 
daughter of Robert Adams, and wife Elinor, of Salem, Mass., 
from England. I^auncelot Granger removed in 1679 to Suifield, 
Conn., and died , 1689. 

[John Pease, with wife Margaret, came from Chelmsford, county 
Essex, England, to Salem, Mass., 1634. He died 1638-39. She died 1644. 

Second Generation, John Pease, boru , 1629, married , 1653, 

Mary . He died , 1689. 



762 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Thud Generation, John Pease, born March 30, 1654 ; removed to En- 
field, Conn., 1679. He married , 1676-77, Margaret Adams, daughter 

of WiLWAM Adams, of Ipswich, from England, and died , 1734. 

Fourth Generation, Joseph Pease, bom , 1693, married , 1727, 

Mary Spencer. 

( Jared Spencer, from England, to Haddam, Conn. 

Second Generation, Samuel Spencer, born about 1640, married, 1672-73, 
Hannah Willey, born March 6, 1642, daughter of Isaac Willey, of New 
London, Conn. Samuel Spencer died August 7. 1705. 

Third Generation, Isaac Spencer, born January 8, 167S, married October 
2, 1707, Mary Selden. 

(Thomas Sei,dEn came from England, to Hartford, Conn., 1639. 

Second Generation, Joseph Selden, born November 2, 165 1, lived in Had- 

ley, Mass. He married Februar>' 11, 1677, Rebecca Church, born , 1654, 

daughter of Edward Church, and grand-daughter of Richard Church, of 
Hadley, from England. Joseph Selden, died July 14, 1724. She died June 
9, T726. 

Third Generation, Mary Selden, born , married Isaac Spencer. 

Fourth Generation, Mary Spencer, born June 24, 1710, m&rx'\cd Joseph 
Pease. 

Fifth Generation, Joseph Pease, born August 10, 1728; removed to Suf- 
field. He married July 28, 1756, Mindzvell King, daughter oi Joseph King, 
and died October 16, 1794. 

Sixth G eneration , MindvcU Pease, born August 31, 1770, married , 

Gideon Granger. 

Seventh Generation, Ju/in A. Granger, born Sept. 11, 1795, married . 

Eighth Generation, Delia Granger, born , married , Alexander 

Jeffrey. 

Ninth Generation, Julia E. Jeffrey, born , married A. A. Porter. 

Residence, Niagara Falls, N. Y. He died, suddenly, March 15, 1888. His 
father having died January 23, 18S8. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6893. Alexander J. Porter, bom June 29, 1863. 

6894. Albert H. Torter, born April 19, 1866. 
0895. Bessie R. Porter, bom July 20, 1869. 

6896. Julia M. Porter, born March 6, 1871. 

6897. Augustus G. Porter, born June 23, 1875. 

6898. Charlotte R. Porter, born January 28, 1878. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 763 

[6B17.] Ja7ic Howell Porter, daughter of Albert H. Porter 
(3910) and Julia Mathews, married October 15, 1865, Arthur 
Robinson. 

[William Robinson came from England, to Dorchester, Mass., 1635. 
He died June 6, 1668. 

Second Generation, Samuel Robinson, born May 4, 1640, married Mary 
Baker, born April 27, 1643, daughter oi Richard Baker, of Dorchester, whose 
wife was Faith, daughter of Henry Withington, of Dorchester, from 
England. 

Third Generation, Rev. John Robinson, bom , 1672 ; minister at 

Roxbury, Mass.; married January 31, 1735, Hannah Wisivall. 

(Thom.\s Wiswall, from England. Ruling elder in Rev. John Eliot's 
church. Died at Newton, Mass., December 6, 1683. 

Second Generation, Ichabod Wiswall, born , 1637 ; Harvard Col- 
lege, 1654 ; minister at Duxbury, Mass., married Priscilla Pcabody, daughter 
of William Peabody, of Duxbury, from England, who married December 
26, 1644, Elizabeth Alden, daughter of Capt. John Alden, from England, 
in ship " Mayflower," whose wife was Priscilla, daughter of William Mul- 
LiN.s, from England, in the same ship. 

Third Generation, Hannah Wisn'all, born February 28, 16S2, manied 
John Robinson. She, and her daughter Mary, aged sixteeu, were drowned 
at Nantucket, .September 22, 1722. The father died at the residence, of 
Gov. Jonathan Trumbull, Lebanon, Conn., who had married his daughter 
Faith Robinson. 

Fourth Generation, Ichabod Robinson, born December 12, 1720, married 
January 16, 1753, Lydia Brown. 

(John Brown, from Reboboth, Mass.; assistant. Died April 10, 1662. 

Second Generation, John Brown, born September — , 1650, married No- 
vember 8, 1672, Anne Mason, bom June — , 1650, daughter of Capt. John 
Mason, Windsor, Conn. Deputy-governor, &.c. 

Third Generation, Ebenezcr Brown, born June 15, 1685, married Febm- 
ary 25, 17 14, Elizabeth Hyde, daughter oi Samuel Hyde, of Norwich, Conn. 
He died , 1755. She died March i, 1797. 

Fourth Generation, Lydia Brown, born March 19, 1720, married Ichabod 
Robinson. 

Fifth Generation, Rev. William Robinson, born August 15, I754; gradu- 
ate Yale College ; pastor of church at Southington, Conn.; married August 
10, 1790, Elizabeth Norton, born Jan. 13, 1761, daughter of Thomas Norton, 
and wife Elizabeth Mason, daughter of Capt. John Mason, before named. 



764 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Sixth Generation, Charles Robinson, born February lo, 1801 ; Yale Col- 
lege, 1S21 ; married March 30, 1S28, Nancy M. Mulford, daughter oi Her- 
vey Mulford, of New Haven, Conn., and wife, Nancy Bradley, daughter of 
Abraham Bradley, of New Haven. 

Seventh Generation, Arthur Robinson, born January 21, 1843, married 
Jane H. Porter. Residence, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
GSOO. Arthur P. Robinson, born February 14, 1S67, died April r, 1868. 

6900. Charles R^obinson, born April 30, 1869. 

6901. Julia O. Robinson, born November 17, 1871. 

0902. Cornelia G. Robinson, bom November 21, 1876. 

0903. Jane P. Robinson, bom July i, 1881. 

[ S B 2 D .] Jajie H. Townsend, daughter ot D. J. Townsend^ and 
Jane H. Porter, (3914) married October 24, 1S66, Edward H. 
Wheeler, of Buffalo, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation ;] 

6904. Townsend WHieeler, bora September 24, 1867, died May 21, 1871. 

6905. Elizabeth T. Wheeler, born July 27, 1873. 
0906. Frank S. Wheeler, born December 24, 1876. 
6907. Marion W. Wheeler, born June 8, 1880. 

[fiBSli] Lavinia P. Townsend, d^iUghi^r oi Daniel J. Towns- 
end and Jane II. Porter, (3914) married September 14, 1881, 
Lauren A. Pcttebone. 

[John Petthbone came from England, to Windsor, Conn., married 
February 15, 1665, Sarah Egglcston, bora March 28, 1643, daughter of Bigod 
Eggleston, of Windsor, from England. 

Second Generation, John Pettebone, bora Dec. 15, 1665, married . 

Third Generation, Noah Pettebone, born , 1710; removed to Wyo- 
ming, Pa. He married , 1745, Huldah Williams. He died Mch. 28, 1791. 

Fourth Generation, Oliver Pettebo7ie, bom May 13, 1762, married in 
Amenia, Duchess county, N. Y., Martha Payne, daughter of Barnabas 
Payne. He was in Forty Fort at the time of the massacre of Wyoming. 
He died March 17, 1832. She died December 25, 1833. 

Fifth Generation, Payne Pettebone, born Jauuarj' 24, 1787, married , 

Sarah Tuttle. 

(Henry Tuttle, born in Baskingndge, Somerset county, N. J., No\"e;u- 
ber 24, 1733, settled in Wyoming. He was a soldier in war of Revolution, 
and died January 3, 1820. aged eighty-seven. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 765 

Second Generaiioi, Joseph Tattle, born January 19, 1772, in Rockaway, 
N. J., lived in Wyoming. He married September 6, 1792, Mary Lee, born 
in Stroudsburg, Pa., February 25, 1775, daughter oi Jesse Lee and wife Sarah 
McDowell, daughter oi John McDowell. Joseph Tuttle died February 11, 
1849. Mrs. Mary Tuttle died August 26, 1835. 

Third Generation, Sarah Tuttle, born April 4, 1793. married Payne Pet- 
tebone. He died August 18, 1814. 

Sixth Generation, Stagouhton Pcttebone, born April 9, 1812, married , 

1846, Cornelia Bellamy, daughter oi Joel Bellamy, of Catskill, N. Y., and 
wife Esther Clark, son oi Matthew Bellamy and Anna Andrews. 

Seventh Generation , Lauren W. Pcttebone, born June 29, 1848, in Ivock- 
port, N. Y., married Lavinia P. Tozvnsend. Residence, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
0908. Lauren A. Petteboue, bom August 23, 1882. 
r.DO'J. Harold C. Pettebone, born ISIay 18, 1S85. 

[EB22,] Peter August74s Porter, son of Col. Peter A. Porter 
(3916) and 3/arv C. P. Breckinridge, married Februar>' 3, 1877, 
Alice Adele Taylor. 

[Richard T.\yi.ou came from England, 1643, married , 1646, Ruth 

Burgess, daughter of Thom.a.s Buroess, of Sandwich, Mass., from England. 

Second Generation, John Taylor, born , 1649, married December 15, 

1674, Sarah Matthezcs, born July 21, 1649, daughter of J\mi'^ :\rvTTFrK\vs, 
of Yarmouth, Mass., from England. 

Third Generation, John Taylor, born June 15, 1678, married . 

Iwurth Generation, John Taylor, born , 1720, married . 

Fijth Generation, William Taylor, born , 1755 ; was a captain in 

war of Revolution. He married , 1785, Abigail Case. 

(John Case cr.me from England to New London, Conn.; Windsor, and 

thence in 1669, to Sinisbury, Conn., (see 2226.) He married , 1657, 

Sarah Spencer, daughter of Wiixiam Spencer and wife Agnes, of Hartford, 
from England. 

Second Generation, John Case, born November 5, 1662, married , 

1693, Sarah Holcomb. 

(Thomas Holcomb came from England to Dorchester, Mass., 1633; 
removed to Windsor, 1636, and died September 7, 1657. 

Second Generation, Joshua Holcomb, born September 27, 1640, married 
January 4, 1663, Ruth Shenvood. Removed to Simsbury, and died Decem- 
ber I, 1690. 



756 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Third Gi'.neraiion, Sarah Holcouib, born June 23, 1668, married John 
Case. He died May 22, 1733. 

Third Generation,, Daniel Case, born March 7, 1695, married May 7, 
1719, Penelope Biitfolph, born October i, 1699, daughter oi David Buttolph. 
Residence, Simsbury. He died May 28, 1733. She died June 27, 1746. 

Fourth Generation, Daniel Case, born January 30, 1720 ; settled in Can- 
Ion, Hartford county, Conn., in 1743. He married February- 22, 1750, Mary 
Watson. 

(John Watson came from England to Hartford, Conn., with \\'ife Mar- 
garet. 1644. 

Second G--jin:i/ic>i . lolni U'dl >ii. hon-. ihi'V m.irned . He 

died 

Third Gc/uraiion, Cyprian liaison, born January 12, 1689, married 
January 27, 1715, Elizabeth Steele. 

(George Steele, with wife Rachel, came from England to Cambridge, 
Mass., 1632; removed to Hartford, Conn., 1635; representative, 1637 to 
1659. Died , 1664. 

Second Generation, James Steele, bom in England, married , Anne 

Bishop, daugTiler of John Bishop and wife Anne, of Guilford, Conn., from 
England. James Steele was commi.ssary for the Connecticut forces in King 
Philip's war. 

Third Geneiatiou, James Steele, bom , 165S, married, 1689, Surah 

Barnard, daughter oi Bartholome7v Barnard, of Hartford, Conn., and wife 
Sarah, daughter of Thomas Birchard, of Hartford, Conn., from England. 

Fourth Generation, Elizabeth Steele, born , 1698, married Cyprian 

Watson. Residence, New Hartford, Conn. He died December 30, 1753. 

Fourth Generation, Mary Watson, born , 1724, married February 

22, 1750, Daniel Case. Residence, Simsbury, Conn.; removed to Canton, 
Hartford county. Conn., and died May 24, 1801. She died May 25, 1807. 

Fifth Generation, Abigail Case, born January 8, 1758, married William 
Taylor. 

Si.vth Generation, Virgil Taylor, born , 1791, married Llccia Gil- 
bert, of Hartford, Conn, 

Seventh Generation, Virgil Corydon Taylor, born , 1S17, married 

Harriett C. Dujilap. 

Eighth Generation, Alice Adele Taylor, born , married Peter A. 

Porter. Residence, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6U10. Peter A. Porter, born November 16, 1877. 
6911. Cabell B. Porter, born April 8, 18S1. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 767 

[SB 2 7,] Harriett L. Holley, daughter oi Jolm M. Flolley 
(3918) and Mary Kirkland, married September 24, 1851, John 
Tillottson Clark, of Portage city, Wis. 

[WiLUAM Clark, with wife Sarah, came from England to Northamp- 
ton, Mass., 1659; lieutenant in "King Philip's war." Died July 8, 1690, 
aged eighty-one. Mrs. Sarah Clark died September 6, 1675. 

Secofid Generation, William Clark, born July 3, 1656, married July 15, 
1680, Hannah Strong, bom May 30, 1659, daughter of Elder John Strong, 
from England. 

Third Generation, Jonathan Clark, born May 13, 16S8, married January 
6, 1713-14, Hannah Smalley, of Lebanon, Conn. 

Fourth Generation, Jonathan Clark, born November i, 1715, married 
January 10, 1735, Sovia Dewey, of Lebanon. 

Fijth Generation, Lemuel Clark, born August 8, 1753, married , 

1774, Rtith Baldwiii. 

(John Baldwin came from England in ship "Martin," 1638, to Guil- 
ford, Conn. He married April 12, 1653, Hannah Birchard, daughter of 
Thomas Birchard, from England, to Guilford, Conn. 

Second Generation, John Baldwin, born , 1654, married , 1680, 

Experience Abcll, daughter of Joshua Ab?:ll, of Norwich, Conn. 

Third Generation, John Baldwin, born , 1680-81, married January 

31, 1716, Abigail Baldwin, daughter of Thomas Baldwin, of Norwich, who 
married , 1692, Abigail Lay, daughter of John Lay, of Lyme, Conn. 

Fourth Generation, Benjamin Baldwin, born April 2, 1727, married 
September 27, 1750, Ruth Porter {%i$.) Residence, Lebanon, Conn. 

FiJth Generation, Ruth Baldwin, (2033) born August 12, 1754, married 
, 1774, Lemuel Clark. 

Sixth Generation, William Clark,hovn September 22, 1777, in Lebanon, 

married , 1807, Sophronia Tillottson, born October 7, 1785, daughter of 

John Tillottson, of Farmingtou, Conn. 

Seventh Generation. John Tillottson Clark, born April 16, 1821, married 
Harriett L. Holley. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
&)V1. Mary H. Clark, born February 17, 1853. 
6U13. Elizabeth S. Clark, born January 7, 1855. 

6914. John T. Clark, born May 9, 1856. 

6915. Helen L. Clark, born November 4, 1857. 

6916. Julia K. Clark, born January 7, i860. 

6917. Sarah A. Clark, born August 14, 1861. 

6918. William H. Clark, born July 21, 1863. 



768 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[6631.] Jidia K. Holley, daughter oi John M. Holley (3918) 
and Mary Kirkland, married May 16, 1872, Charles Henry Roys, 
attornej^-at-lavv, of lyyons, N. Y. She died December 30, 1886. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6910. Mary Louise Roys, born May 10, 1873. 
0920. Charles K. Roys, bora August 29, 1875. 

6921. John H. Roys, bora April 19, 1877. 
. William B. Roys, bora August 9, 18S1. 

[5B32,] John M. Holley, son oi John M. Aolley (3918) and 
Mary Kirkland, married October 12, 1869, at Niles, Wvq\\.', Anna 
Orilla King. Residence, LaCrosse, Wis. 

Their only child [being of the ninth generation :] 

6922. John M. Ilolley, born July 6, 1874. 

[SB 3 3.] Alexander Lyman Holley, son of Alexayider H. 
Holley (3919) and Jane M. Lymati ; graduate Brown University, 
scientific school, 1853 ; studied practical mechanics at the Corliss 
woiks Providence, R. I.; he became distinguished as a mechani- 
cal engineer and mettallurgist ; he wrote and edited several works 
on that, and kindred subjects ; he was, however, known chiefly 
by his introduction of the Bessemer Steel manufacture in the 
United States, and had superintended the construction of most of 
the large works, adding many improvements to the process, and 
had come to be regarded as one of the principal authorities on the 
metallurgy of iron and steel of this countiy. He married Decem- 
ber 1 1, 1855, Mary H. Slade. He died at his residence in Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., January 29, 1882. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6923. Gertrade M. Holley, born Oct. 28, 1862, married Frank H. Olmsted. 

6924. Lucy S. Holley, born December 5, 1864, married Frederick Brooks. 

6925. Alexander H. Holley, born 1866, died in childhood. 

6926. Alice Holley, born January 20, 1869, died in childhood. 

[5B34.] y(^///^ CoJJng Holley, son of Alexafide? H. Holley 
(3919) and Mareia Coffing, married October 22, 1862, Lucinda R. 
Sterling. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 769 

[Capt. WitUAM SterlinCx, of L3'me, Conn., married , 1^6^, Jemitna 

Sill. 

(John Sill, from Lyme-regis, Dorsetshire, England, with wife Joanna, 
to Cambridge, Mass., 1637. He died '-, 1652. 

Second Generation, Joseph Sill, born in England, 1636, married Febru- 
ary X2, 1677, Sarah Clark, daughter of George Clark, of Milford, Conn. 
He died August 6, 1696. 

Third Generation, Joseph Sill, born January 6, 1678, married , 1705, 

Phehe Lord, born 1686, daughter oi Richard Lord, of Norwich, Conn., who 

married , 1682, Elizabeth Hyde, daughter of Samuel Hyde, and June — , 

1659, Jane Lee, daughter of Thomas Lee and wife Phebe, from England. 
Joseph Sill died November 10, 1765. Mrs.Phebe Sill died Januarys, 1774. 

Fourth Generation, Thomas Sill, born August 25, 17 17, married , 

1742, Jemima Dudley, a descendant of William Dudley, of Guilford, Conn., 
from England. 

Fijth Generation, Jemima Sill, born , 1745, married , William 

Sterling. 

Sixth Generation, Elisha Sterling, born , 1768 ; Yale College, 1787 ; 

lawyer in Salisbury, Conu.; colonel in war of 1812 ; married Alma CanJield, 

a descendant of Col. Samuel CanJield, of Milford, Conn., who married , 

Elizabeth Judson (607). 

Seventh Generation, George IV. Sterling, born December 13, 181 2, mar- 
ried A'uth A. Chapin. 

(Samuel Chapix and wife Cicley, from England. 

Second Generation, Japhet Chapin, born October 15, 1642, married in 

Milford, Coun., July 22, 1664, Abilene Coley, born , 1643, daughter of 

Samuel Coley, of Milford, from England, 1639, who married, 1640, Anna 
Prudden, daughter of James Prudden, from England. 

Third Generation, Ebenczer Chapin, born July 26, 1677, married Han- 
nah Bliss. He died at Enfield, Conn., December 13, 1772. 

Fourth Generation, Charles Chapin, born , 1720, married . 

FiJth Generation, Phinehas Chapin, born February 16, 1757, married 
May 14, 17S3, Love Hurd, born September 9, 1759, daughter of Gideon 
Hurd, of Stratford, Conn., who married May 20, 1752, Sarah Graham, born 
March 13, 1735, daughter of Rev. John Graham, of Woodbury, Conn., and 
wife Abigail Chauncey, born October 2, 1717, daughter oi Nathaniel Chaun- 
cey, who married Sarah Judson (154.) Rev. John Graham born in Edin- 
burg, Scotland ; graduate Theological Seminary, Edinburg, came to New 
England, 17 18. He was of the family of " Graham of Montrose." 



770 DJ.^Ci.MiANTS OF JOHX PORTER. 

Sixth Generation, Pfiinehas Cliapin, bora March 7, 1789, married INIarch 

r, 1809, Lucitida Martin, boru , 1792, daughter of Seth Martin, who 

married June 6, 1788, Maiy Gordon, daughter of Robert Gordon, of Beth- 
lem, Conn., and wife Jeanne Kasson. Robert Gordon, Ijorn March 14, 1730, 
was son of Alexander Gordon, of Woodbury, Conn., from Scotland. 

Seventh Generation, Ruth A. Chapin, boru , married George \V. 

Sterling. 

Eighth Generation, Lucinda R. Sterling, born , married John C. 

Holley. 

Their children were [being of tlie ninth generation :] 
6927. Alexander S. Holley, born May 3, 1S64. 
G92S. John C. Holley, born 1866. 

[6B35,] Maria C. Holley, daughter of Alexander H. Holley 
(3919) and Marria Coffing, married June 7, 1865, William Bea?ds- 
lee Riidd, bom in Freedonia, X. Y., August 17, 1838, sou of Rev. 
George R. Rudd, who married October 1, 1827, Frances Beardslcc, 
born January 15, 1805. in New Hartford, N. Y., daughter of 
Hczckiali Beardslee, of Milford. Conn., and Afary Riley. 

Rev. G. R. Rudd, bom July 16, 1801, in Vergennes, Vt., was 
son oi Nathaniel' Riidd and Waity Hopkins, daughter of Samuel 
Hopkins, a descendant of irawwrZ/Aj/^vV/^, of Milford, Conn., whose 
wife was Hannah Turner, daughter of Capt. Nathanui Ti'u- 
NER, of Stamford, Conn. 

(Capt. Nathaniel Turner had been a .soldier in the "low 
countries," (Holland) in the Engli.sh army. He came with Win- 
throp to New England, in 1630, Boston, Mass.; representative, 
1634 to 1636; captain in Pequot war, 1637; removed to New 
Haven, Conn.; magistrate, 1639. In 1640 chief militar}' ofllcer, 
and one of the purchasers oT the site of Stamford ; representative 
in the congress ot the New England colonies in 1643, called the 
"court of combination." In January', 1646, he sailed for En.<r- 
land in the Phantom ship. (See appendix.) 

Nathmiicl Rudd \\&s son of Nathaniel, and grand-son q{ Na- 
thaniel Rudd, of Norwich, Conn., who married April 16, 1685, 
Mary Post, born , 1658, daughter of Thomas Post, of Say- 
brook, Conn., who married January, 1656, Mary Andrews, born 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 771 

in England, daughter of Francis Andrews, of Hartford and 
Fairfield, Conn., from England, 1639. Thomas Post, born in 
England, was son of Stephen Post, of Hartford, from England, 
1636. Nathaniel Rudd, Sr., was son of Jonathan Rudd, of 
New Haven, Conn., from England, 1640. W. B. Rudd resides at 
Lakeville, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6929. Marcie H. Rudd, born February 23, 1866, died March 21, 1866. 

6930. Alexander H. Rudd, born March 8, 1867. 

6931. Fanny Rudd, born May 5, 1869. 

6932. George R. Rudd, born November 9, 1872, died March 11, 1877. 

6933. Malcolm D. Rudd, born April 3, 1877. 

6934. Charles F. Rudd, born January 2, 1881. 

[SB3Bi] Elizabeth Porter Holley, daughter of George W. 
Holley (3923) and Caroline E. Church, (4227) married June 15, 
1 88 1, Irving Porter Church, son of Doct. Samuel Porter Church 
and Elizabeth H. Sterling, she born April 23, 1823, was daughter 
of William C. Sterling and Efannah M. Lee, born Aug. 6, 1794, 
daughter of Samuel Lee and Elizabeth Broivn. Samuel Lee, born 
September 27, 1749, was son of Rev. ^nnathati Lee and Elizabeth 
Metcalf. (See No. 3923.) Samuel P. Church was son of Samuel 
Church, (2525) who married November i, 1806, Cynthia Newell, 

[Thomas Newell came from Hertfordshire, England, to Farmington, 
Conn., 1652, married Rehekah Olnistead, sister of Richard Olmstead of Hart- 
ford, from England. 

Second Generation, Samuel Neivell, born Dec. 5, 1660, married . 

Third Generation, Capt. John Nevjell, born January 17, 1692, married 
September 25, 1719, Elizabeth Hawley. 

(Joseph Hawlev, with wife Catherine, came from England to Strat- 
ford, Conn., 1645. Representative. Died , 1690. 

Second Generation, Joseph Hawley, born January 9, 1650, married , 

Elizabeth . 

Third Generation, Elizabetli Hawley, borr January 12, 1699, married 
Capt. Johfi Newell. Residence, Farmingtou, Conn. He died February 21, 
1777. She died August 4, 1779. 

Fourth Generation, Jonn Newell, born December 6, 1733, married Ruth 
Merriain. Residence, West Stockbridge, Mass. 



772 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Fifth Generalion, Capt. Seth Newell, boru , married Esther Lan- 
dau, daughter oi James Landon, of Salisbury, Conn. lie died March 3. 
1812. She died April 4, 1820. 

Sixth Generation, Cynthia Newell, bom July 6, 1787, married Samuel 
Church. He was a lawyer in Salisbury ; judge of probate ; attorney-general 
of Connecticut; Chief Justice of Supreme Court; L.L. D., Trinity College. 
He died September 13, 1854. Mrs. Cynthia Church died April 27, 1S53. 

Ir\'ing P. Church was in 1888, professor of mathematics in Cornell Uni- 
versity. Residence, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Their only child was [being of the ninth generation :] 
t)93.5. Edith HoUey Church, bom January 4, 1886. 

[GB41,] Mary A. Robbins, daughter o^ Samuel S. Robbiiis 
and Sally P. Hollcy, (3923) married October 6, 1858, Alonzo W. 
Church. 

[Richard Church, from England. (See 338.) 

Second Generation, Samuel Church, boru , 1638, married , 1644, 

Mary Churchill. 

Third Generation, Samuel Church, bora August 19, 1667, married July 
7, 1692, Abigail Harrison, born September 11, 1673, daughter of Isaac 
Harrison, of Hadley, Mass., from England, who married December 1, 
1671, Martha Montague, daughter of Richard Montacle and wife Abi- 
gail, of Hadlcy, from England. Isaac Harrison •was killed in the " Falls 

fight," 1676. Samuel Church di-^'i i-^- "^frs. Abigail Church died 

September 17, 17 17. 

Fourth Generation, Nathaniel Lhnrch, born I-ebrurry 7, 1704, married, 

IT2J, Rachel Macrany, Aaugi\\.tT o{ ll'illiiii'! "^^^ • .r v:,,^;.,,,. .1.1 -vt..-.. 

who married — -v-* ^3 » -i ' ^^" ' ^g ' " ^ ' ^ J s 'il^j '. 

(John Rii,ey came from England, with wife Grace, to Wearthersfield, 
Conn. 

Second Generation, John Riley, born August 15, 1640, removed to Spring- 
field, and married , 1661, Margaret . He died October 24, 1684. 

She died August 22, 1689. 

Third Generation, Marr^aret Riley, born , 1662, married IVilliam 

Macrany. 

Fourth Gcucranon, i<arhci Aiacrany, born , 1708, uiarncd .\iil/ian- 

iel Church. 

Fifth Generation, Timothy Church, born May 12, 1736, married June 9, 
1757, Abigail Church. 

(Richard Church, first named. 



DESCENDANTS OF 10ITN rORTER. 773 

SlcohJ Generation, Samuel ChuiLn, juan.t^ Mary Churchill. 

Third Generation, Samuel Church, married Abigail Harrison. 

Fourth Generation, Samuel Church, born — ' — , 1706, married , 1734, 

Margaret Smith. 

(Samuei, Smith and wife Elizabeth, from England, to Hadley, Mass, 

Second Generation, Chileab Smith, born , 1635, married October 2, 

1661, Hannah, daughter of Luke Hitchcock, of Weathersfield, from Eng- 
land. He died May 7, 173 1. She died August 31, 1733, aged eighty-eight. 

Third Generation, Samuel Smith, born March 9, 1665, married March 
9, 16S7, Sarah Bliss, born November 27, 1667, daughter o{ Laurence Bliss, 
of Springfield, Mass., son of Thomas Bliss, from England. 

Fourth Generation, Margaret Smith, born January 24, 1710, married 
Samuel Church. 

Fifth Generation, Abigail Church, born , 1738, married Timothy 

Church. They removed to Brattleboro, Vt. In the controversy relative to 
the boundary, he espoused the New York side, and was imprisoned by 
I2lhan Allen, in consequence. 

Sixth Generation, Reuben Church, boru , 175S ; lieutenant in war of 

Revolution ; married . ^■-y^'^'-"/'-^MK >i %M^ 

Seventh Generation, Alonzo Church, born , in Brattleboro, went at 

an early age to Georgia. He married Sarah Trippe. He was professor of 
mathematics, and after, president of the University of Georgia. He died 
, 1863. 

Eighth Generation, Alonzo W. Church, born , married Mary A. 

Robhins. He was in 1887, librarian of the U. vS. Senate, Washington, D. C. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
(393(3. Samuel R. Church, born December 24, 1863. 
()9o7. John R. Church, boru November 13, 1865. 
()9.')8. James R. Church, born October ir, 1866. 
(i9;>9. Sarah R. Church, born January 24, 1868. 
()940. Mary R. Church, born June 29, 1869. 
(3941. Alonzo W. Church, born December 31, 1870. 
G942. William W. Church, born December 17, 1874. 

[SB43i] Milton Holley Rabbins, son of Samuel S. Robbiyis 
and Sally P. Holley, (3923) married April 16, 1863, A^ine Eliza 
Bostwick. 

[Arthur Bostwick came from Cheshire, England, to Stratford, Conn., 
with wife Ellen, about 1640-45. 



774 DKSCEKDANTS OF JOUN TORTKR. 

Sicond Generation^ John IJostivick, born in Englaud. uiairiffd July i 
1666, I\fary Brinsmeade, bora July 24, 1640, daughter oi John BrhiswroiU, 
of Stratford, from England, and wfe Mary. 

Third Generation, Zechariah Bostwick, born July 25, i66g, married 

Susannah . 

Fourth Generation, Benjamin Bostwiek, born , 1710, marri.d 

Fijth Generation, Benjamin Bostwiek, born , 1740, married ^nna 

Smith, lx)rn , 1743, daughter oi Joseph Smith, of Hadley, Miiss., who 

married May 24, 1739, Miriam Church, daughter of /jV>//V7;«7« Church. 

[Richard Church, from England. (See 338.) 

Second Generation, Samuel Church, bora , 1636, manned Mary 

Churchill, daughter of Josiah Chcrciiii.i., from England, and wife Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Nathanipl Foote. 

Third Generation, Benjamin Church, l)oni September i, 16S0, married 
Januarj- 30, 1709, Miriam Hovey. 

(Daniel Hovev came from England to Ipswich. Mass., , 1637, mar- 
ried , 1640, Rebecca Andrews, daughter of Robert Andrews and wife 

Elizabeth, of Ipswich, from England. 

Second Generation, Thomas Hovey, bora , 1648, settled in Hadley, 

Mass., and married November — , 1677, Sarah Cooke, Lorn January 30, 1662, 
daughter of Capt. Aaron Cooke, of Hadley, and his wife Sarah U'estwood, 
daughter of Wri.i.TAM WrsTWooD and wife Rrids^ct, of Hartford, from 
England. 

Third Generation, Miriatn Hovey, born , i^j-Sq, luarnol i.rnjanini 

Church. 

Fourth Generation, Miriam Church, bora May 12, 17 12, murrie<l , 

Joseph .^mith, son of /-ukr Svtith, son of Chileab Smith, and giandson of 
Samuel Smith, from England. 

Fifth Generation, Anna Smith, born , 1746, married Benjamin 

Bostzrick : lived in New Milford, Conn. He was a captain in the war of 
Revolution. 

Sixth Generation, Rufus Bostwiek, bora Feb. 15, 1786, married . 

Seventh Generation, Robert Bostwick, bora April 7 iSii, married . 

Eighth Generation, Anne E. Bostwick, born March 29 iSio married 
Milton H. Robbins. Residence, Litchfield county, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :J 
m\?>. Mar)- E. Rolibins, born October 4, 1S65. 
G'.iy. Samuel B. Robbins, born October 15, 1S67, 
n<»4o. Milton H. Robbins, bora January 17, 1S71. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN I'ORTER. /75 

[5B4Bi] il/oses Lyman, son of Moses Lyman and Mary A. 
Holley, (3924) married December 31, 1863, Ellen A. Douglas. 

[WiJvr,iAM Douglas came from Eugland, with wife Anna, to Bostou, 
Mass., 1640, she was daughter of Thomas Maybell, of Ringstead, Northamp- 
tonshire, England, they settled in New London, Conu: 

Second Generation, William Douglas, born April i, 1645, married 
December 18, 1667, Abiah Hough, born September 16, 1648, daughter of 
William Hough, who came from Cheshire, England, to Gloucester, Mass., 
1640, and who married October 20, 1645, Sarah, daughter of Hugh Caul- 
kins, from England. 

Third Generation, William Douglas, born February 19, 1672, married 
, 1 7 10, Sarah Proctor. 

Fourth Generation, Asa Douglas, born December 11, 17 15, settled in 

Canaan, Conn. He was a captain in war of 1755. He married , 1737, 

Rebecca Wheeler, and died November 12, 1792. 

Fifth Generation, WiHimn Dnuoln\, Tioni \ii.''.i-,i 23, 1743, married 
I latin ah Cole 

(John Cole, (or Coles) from England, to Farmiiigton, Conn., , 1650; 

removed to Hatfield, Mass., and died September — , 1675. 

Second Generation, John Cole, born , 1640, married November 22, 

166S, Deborah Bartlett, daughter of Robert Bartlett, from England, to 
Cambridge, Mass., 1632, who removed to Hartford, Conn., 1635, thence to 
Northampton, Mass., 1655, and was there killed by Indians, March 14, 1676. 
John Cole died May 12, 1711. 

Third Generation, Samuel Cole, born ^i.iv 97 '^»73, married , 1698, 

Sarah Hubbard. 

(George Hubbard came from England, to Weathersfield, Conn., 1636 ; 
removed to Milford, Conn., thence to Guilford, and died January — , 1683. 
Mrs. Mary Hubbard died September 14, 1676. 

Second Generation, John Hubbard, born in Eugland, married , 1650, 

Mary Merriam ; removed to Hatfield, Mass., and died March , 1706. 

Third Generation, Sarah Hubbard, born March 12, 1672, married , 

1698, Samuel Cole. He died August 16, 1750. 

Fourth Generation, Samuel Cole, born March 12, 1706, married , 

Abigail . Residence, Norfolk, Conn., where he died , 1762. 

Fifth Generation, Hannah Cole, born , 1744, married , William 

Douglas. William Douglas removed in spring of 1766, to Stephentown, 
Rensselaer county, N. Y.; he was a captain in war of Revolution, at Ben- 
nington, Saratoga, &c. ; he rendered important service as a spy. He died 
December 29, iSii. Mrs Hannah Douglas died December 24, 1795. 



776 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Si.v//i Gfnetiition, IVilliam Douglas, Ijoru January ii, ijbo, in biejiiKii- 

towu, N. Y., marrieil , 1798, Margaret Hunler, born December 17, 1776, 

daughter of Atidrezi' Hunter, who married , 1773, -^igft^s Wylic, boni 

July 26, 1754, daughter o{ John Wylic, who married December 3, 1742, 
Sarah Campbell. 

(Robert Campbell, bom in Argyleshire, Scotland, 1673, came with his 
'wMq Janet, to Voluntown, Windham county. Conn., and died February 

14. «725. 

Second Generation, John Campbell, M. D., born in Ireland, 1690-91, 

married November 19, 1719, Agnes Allen, bom , 1692, daughter oi John 

Allen, of Suffield, Conn., vA\o married Feb. 22, 1682, Elizabeth Prichard. 

(WiLLi.\M Prichard came from England, to Lynn, Mass., , 1646; 

removed to Brookfield, Mass., and was killed by Indians, August 3, 1675. 

Second Generation, William Prichard, born , marricl , F.liza- 

beth . Lived in Suffield, Conn. 

Third Generation, Elizabeth Prichard, bom , 1663, married John 

Allen, who, bora , 1656, was sou of Edwarp Allen, from Scotland, 

who married Sarah, daughter of Richard Kimr.all, and wife f'r<;ula, of 
Walenown, Mass., from England. 

John Wylie was son of J(jhn Wvlii:, and \mic ./.;''■■, iroiii ^coiiaiid, to 
Volniitown, Mass. John Hunter lived in New Lebanon, N. Y. 

• nth Generation', Edwin A. Douglas, bora March 3, 1804, married 
Ic-bruary 6, 1834, Harriett C. Dexter, born April 5, iScg, daughter of Set h 
Dexter, who married .S>/: /.; Civfoni, ,t <lc?.:cn>1ant of William (f.WLORD 
and Anna Porter. (See .; 

Eighth Generation, ElUn .lugusta Douxlus, horn , 1841, marncil 

Afoses Lyfnan. She died August 17. 1871. He married (second wife) 
March 6, 1873, Sarah H. Beebi . 

Their children were [being of the ninth K^encration :] 
f«»4(i. Moses Lyman, born July 17, 1865. 
G!>47. Isabel D. Lyman, bora March 21, 1^67. 

0948. Harriett D. Lyman, l)orn July 27, 1870. Died August 7, 1S71. 
05(40. Lucy B. Lyman, bora June iS, 1875. Died April i, 1876. 
6{»50. Mar>- A. Lyman, born July 8, 1877. 
*'>'.i.51. Sanmel Lyman, born July 2, 1879. 

[5B4Bi] Alice Lyman, daughter of Moses Lynnan and Mary 
A. Holley, (3924) married October 24, 1872, JoJm T. Sazcyer of 
Waverlv. N. Y. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 777 

Their only child was [being of the ninth generation :] 

6952. Ellen Sawyer, boru May 12, 1874. 

[SBGSi] Sarah Maria Porter, daughter of William Porte} 
(3925) and Sarah M. Cheney, married October 9, 1848, Nathan L. 
Bidwell,^ of South Coventry, Conn. 

[Richard Bidwei^l, from England to Windsor, Conn. Died , 1647. 

Second Generation, John Bidivell, born in England, married , 1640, 

Sarah Wilcox, daughter of John Witcox, of Hartford, from England. 

Third Generation, John Bidwell, born , 1641, married November 7, 

1678, Sarah Welles, born , 1659, daughter of Thomas Welles, of Hart- 
ford, and Hannah, daughter of Richard Tuttle. 

Fourth Generation, John Bidwell, born September r, 1679, married , 

1703, Hannah Pitkin. 

(William Pitkin of Hartford, from England, married, 1676, Hannah 
Goodwin, daughter of Ozias Goodwin, of Hartford, from England. 

Second Generation, Roger Pitliin, born , 1662, married , 1683, 

Hannah Stanley, daughter of Cableb StanlKV, of Hartford, from England. 

Tliird Generation, Hannah Pitkin, born March 30, 1684, married John 
Bidwell, 

Fijth Generation, Joseph Bidwell, M. D., born , 1709, married , 

174S, Hannah Rockwell. Residence, East Hartford, Conn. He died, 1793. 
She died , 1806. 

Sixth Generation, Rodolphus Bidwell, born September 26, 1755, married 
November 4, 1778, Mary Sprague. Residence, East Hartford. He died 
May 23, 1840. She died July 19, 1793. 

Seventh Generation, Solomon Bidwell, born June 23, 1784, married , 

1S08, Caroline Lyman. Residence, Coventry, Conn. He died October 31, 
1858. She died February 14, 1866. 

Eighth Generation, Nathan Bidiuell, born December 27, 1825, married 
Sarah Maria Porter. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6953. Charles P. Bidwell, born June 14, 1851, married Lydia H. Allen. 

6954. Lynian Bidwell, born 1853. 

[GBBli] Oliver R. Kingsbury, son of Oliver Kingsbury 
(3929) and Cynthia lVi?ig, married April 26, 1828, Susan Patter- 
son. He was a graduate of Andover Theological Seminary. 



778 DESCENDANTS Ol JOHN PORTER. 

Their chikhcii were [beiiij^ oi the ninth generation :] 
0955. Oliver A. Kiugsburj-, bom Aug. 20, 1839, married Sarah C. Stephenson. 

6956. Howard Kingsbur>- bom Febmarj- 3, 1S42, married Sarah H. Thayer. 

6957. Helen L. Kingsbury, born June 25, 1S46. 

6958. George P. Kingsbury, bom June 3, 1849. 

[GBB3.] Diana Kingsbury, daughter of Ward Kingsbitry 
(393O Siwdi Ire7ie Avrrv, married Auril 10. iS:?8. Mattheu^ Allen, 
of Willington, Ohio. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6959. Dwight Allen, born January 20, 1839. 

6960. Milton Allen, born December 19, 1S43, killed in war of Rebellion. 

6961. Alice Allen, bora January 29, 1845, married J. T. Ogden. 

6962. Diana Allen, bora May 23, 1847, married Eugene Smith. 

6963. Ruth Allen, born July 4, 1S49. married Hiram O. Tuttle. 

[ fi B B 4 1 ] Ebenezcr Kingsbury, son of Ward Kingsbury ( 393 1 ) 
and Irene Avery, married Noveml:>er 2, 1846, Clynicna Hiicheock; 
lived in Pittsfield, Ohio. A soldier of the Union, and was killed 
in battle of Lookout Mountain, November 23, 1863. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
69(>4. Sarah C. Kingsbury, born Deceuiber 9, 1847, married Isaac 11. Pall. 
6965. George G. Kingsbury, born Oct. 24, 1S49, died in Kansas unmarried. 
696<>. Ward M. Kingsbury, born January 25, 1852, married Myra Norton. 

6967. Ralph \V. Kingsbury, born February 13, 1854, married Knnna Warren. 

6968. Lewis F. Kingsbury, born January' 19, 1856. 
69()9. Clarence A. Kingsbury, born Apnl 2, 1858. 

6970. Newton E. Kingsbury, born July 2, jS6i. 

[6 BBS.] Marcus Lillie, son oi Ira Lillic, and Pcrsis Kings- 
bury, (3932) married May 24, 1836, Eunice Porter, (3968.) She 
died March 28, 1857. Residence, Coventr>'. Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6971. George S. Lillie, born September 19, 1837, died in the army. 

6972. Frederick L. Lillie, born July 15, 1S46, marriea L^iura L. Kellogg. 

[5B7S,] Harlan M. Page, son of Harlan Page, and Mary 
Kingsbury, (3934) mairied January i, 1866, Sarah Turner, of 
Utica, N. Y. He was editor of a newspaper in Madi.son, Wis. 



I')KSc:KNr>ANTS OF JOHN I'OKTKK. 779 

Thuir euiiuicii were [being of the ninth generation :] 

6973. Josie E. Page, born September ii, 1868. 

6974. Harlan K. Page, born January 16, 1874. 

[5B7B,] William Ward Wight, son oi Daniel Wig /if and 
Roxanna Kingsbiiry, (3935) married July 14, 1844, Lydia A. 
Van A ken. 

[James Van Aken, boru in Pike county, Pa., 1740, a descendant of Jan 

Coster Van Aacken, of Albany, N. Y., from Holland, jnarried , 1768, 

in Sussex county, N. J., Elizabeth Van Benschoten. 

Second Generation, John Van Aken, born , 1768, married , 1788, 

Margaret West/all, born March 11, 1770, daughter of Simon West/all; 
settled in Seneca county, N. Y. 

Third Generation, Simon Van Aken, born December 11, 1789, married 
November 17, 1823, Lydia Polwin. 

(John Potwin, (or Poitevin) a Huguenot, came to Boston, Mass. 

Second Generation, John Potwin, born , 1698, married April 20, 

1721, Mary Jackson. Residence, Hartford, Conn. 

Third Generation, Rev. Thomas Potivin, born October 3, 1731. Yale 
College, 1751 ; minister at East Windsor, Conn.; married June 30, 1754, 
Abigail Moseley. 

(John Maupesi^ey, came from England with wife Ciclcy, to Dorchester, 
Mass., 1639, 

Second Generation, Thomas Moseley, born in England, married October 
28, 1658, Mary Lawrence, daughter of Thomas Lawrence, of Hingham, 
Mass., from England. 

Third Generation, Ebenezer Moseley, born September 4, 1673, married 
Llannah Weeks, daughter o^ Animiel Weeks, of Dorchester, from England. 

Fourth Generation, Rev. Samuel Moseley, born August 15, 1708 ; Har- 
vard College, 1729; minister at Hampton, Conn.; married July 4, 1734, 
Bcthiah Otis. 

(John Otis, from Glastonbury, England, with wife Margaret, to Hing- 
ham, Mass., 1635. 

Second Generation, John Otis, born in England, married , 1653, 

Mary Jacobs, daughter of Nicholas Jacobs, of Hingham, Mass., from 
England. 

Third Gencmujn, Joseph Otis, boru June 3, 1666, married November 
20, 1688, Dorothy Thomas, bom November 6, 1670, daughter of Nathafiiel 
Thomas, of Marshfield, Mass., who married January 19, 1664, Deborah 
Jacobs, daughter of Nicholas Jacobs. 



780 DRSCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Foiirlh Generation, Bethiah Olis, born Noveuiljer 20, 1703, married Re\ . 
Samuel Moseltv 

Fifth CcHl /.-,.'?/ Miiu!i\' l.orn 17:;'^. iii>rii.-.1 K.-v. 

Thomas Potwifi 

Fourth Generation, 'J'homas Potiiin, born October 18, 1756, niarricil 
Martha Stiles, daughter of Isaac Stiles, of Windsor, Conn. 

Fi/th Generation, Lydia Potwin, born November 9, 1792, narried , 

Simon Van A ken. 

Sixth Generation, Lydia Van A ken, horn , niarrie<) T '^ U'f'li/ 

Residence, Troy, N. Y, He died , i86vS, 

Their children were [Ix-ing of the ninth generation :j 
mib. Daniel P. Wight, horn August 16, 1S46. 

mie<. Wilham W. Wight, boni Jan. 14, 1849, married F. W. Chamberlain 
0977. Clara E. Wight, bom October 19, 1S52. 
6l»7S. Arthur M. Wight, born April 26, i860. 

[SB 7 7.] Rev. Joseph K. Wight, son of Daniel Wight and 
Roxana Kin^^sbury, (3935 ;) graduate Williams College and 
Princeton Theological Seminary; mi.ssionary in China, 1849 to 
1853. He married August 16, 1848, Eliza N. Van Dyke. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
I ■•" ■ ■ ■ \. 1849. 

r 3, 1850. 

Alice M. Wight, born Octol)er 7, 1851. 

C'.'^-. Kninia Wight, bom November 11, 1852. 

(Hts:;. Anna I. Wight, bora October 13, 1853. 

«ii)S4. Caro C. Wight, bora June 11, 1855. 

Gi>S.'). Joseph A. Wight, bora June 7, 185S. 

(«»S(J. Calvin Wight, ( ) 

\ born September 8, 1861. ' 

f;!iS7. Luther Wight, ( ) 

»;S)88. Marg.iret Wight, born November 22, 1863. 

t)089. Mary S. Wight, bora June i, 1866. 

6990. Jessie K. Wight, bora November 12, 1867. 

noftl. Edward V. Wight, bora May 13. 1869. 

f.902. Julia C. Wight, bom Febraary 14. 1872. 

[5B7B.] Edwin Mather Wight, son 01 iJ.^nut \\ijyht and 
M e ^ oM a Kingsbury, (3935) married in Baltimore, Md., Februan.- 
9, 1869, Mary Virginia Rail. Residence, Baltimore. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 781 

Their only child [being of the ninth generation :] 
6993. Mary Ball Wight, born December i8, 1883. 

[6 BSD.] Addison L. Tracy, son oi Simon Tracy a.nd Ruth 
Kingsbury, (3936) married Januarj'- i, 1845, Laura Hunt. 

[Jonathan Hunt, from England to Northampton, Mass., married Sep- 
tember 3, 1662, Clemence Hosmer, daughter of Thomas Hosmer, from 
England to Cambridge, Mass., 1632, who removed to Hartford, Conn., and 
died April 12, 1687. 

Second Generation, Ebenezer Hiuti, bom February 6, 1675, married May 
27, 1698, Hafinah Clark. 

(WiLUAM Clark, from England, with wife Sarah, Dorchester, 1636; 
Northampton, Mass., 1659; lieutenant in King Philip's war; representative ; 
died July 18, 1690, aged eighty-one. 

Second Generation, IVilliatn Clark, born July 3, 1656, married July 15, 
1680, Hannah Strong, daughter of Elder John Strong, from England. 

Third Generation, Hannah Clark, born May 5, 1681, married Ebenezer 
Hunt. 

Third Generation, IVilliam Hunt, born October 12, 1705, married, 1734, 
Sarah Lyman. 

(Richard Lyman, from England. 

Second Generation, Richard Lyman, bom in England, married Hepzibah 
Ford. 

Third Generation, Richard Lyman, born 1647, married Elizabeth Coles, 
daughter of John Coi,ES, (or Cowles) of Hatfield, Mass., from England. 

Fourth Generation, Jonathan Lyman, bom 1684, married 1707, Lydia 
Looniis. 

(Joseph Loomis, from England. 

Second Generation, John Loomis, born in England, married February — , 
1649, Elizabeth Scott, bom in England, daui/hter of Thomas Scott, of Hart- 
ford, from England. 

Third Generation, Daniel Loomis, born June 16, 1657, married Decem- 
ber 23, 1680, Mary Ellsworth, daughter oi Josiah Ellsworth, of Windsor. 

Fourth Generation, Lydia Loomis, bom October 21, 1693, married 1712, 
Jojiathan Lyman. 

Fifth Generation, Sarah Lyman, born January 24, 17 13, married IVilliam 
Hunt. 

Fourth Generation, Eldad Hunt, boru October 21, 1742, married Huldah 
Benton, bprn July 15, 1751, daughter of Timothy Benton, of Tolland, Conn, 
who married June 29, 1738, Abigail Scott. 



782 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

(WilIyIAM Scott, of Hatfield, Mass., married January 28, 1670, Hannah 
Allis, daughter of William Allis, from England to Hadley, Mass., who 
married Mary Bronson, daughter of John Bronson, of Hartford, Conn., 
from England. 

Second Generation, Joseph Scott, born March 21, 16S2, married February 
13. 1707, Lydia Leonard, daughter oi John Leonard, of Springfield, Mass. 

Third Generation, Abigail Scott, bom 1715, married. Timothy Benton. 

Fourth Genei'ation, Htildah Benton, born July 15, 1751, married Eldad 
Hunt. Residence, Tolland, Conn. 

Fijth Generatiofi, Flavel Hunt, born September 10, 17S7, married J 819, 
Pamela Chesebrough. 

Eighth Generation, i.aura J^iml, norn April 18, i82tj, married A. L. 
Tracy. Residence, Vernon, Conn. She died 1846. He married (second 
wife) Anne Lovice Chester, daughter of Socrates Chester, of Ellington, Coun. 
Residence, Rockville, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
6094. Theodore H. Tracy, born May 10, 1846, married Joanna Pierce. 

6995. Mary R. Tracy, born June 6, 1849, died unmarried. 

6996. Frederick K. Tracy, born September 3, 1852, married Mar)- K. Rogers. 

[5 B BIp] Lois Abby Tracy, daugliter of Simon Tracy and Ruth 
Khigsbury, (3936) married August 24, 1842, Eli Griffith, of El- 
lington, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation .] 

6997. Alonzo T. Griffith, born August 12, 1843, married Ellen Walker. 

6998. Ruth L. Griffith, born January 10, 1846, married Charles E. Sheldon. 

6999. George F. Griffith, born May 29, 1848, married Ellen L. Stevens. 

7000. Ellen M. Griffith, born August 5, 1S50, married Daniel Symonds. 

7001. Emma L. Griffith, born IMay 31, 1S57, married Isaac C. Alden. 

[57DB,] Dwight Delevan Stebbi7is, M. D., .son of Nehemiah 
Stebbins and Emily While, (3948) married August — , 1834, Jiiar- 
tha Frances Strong, born August 6, 1837, daughter of Nelson 
Strong, of Ann Arbor, Mich., who married in Pittsfield, Mass., 
June 29, 1830, Lucy W. Russell, daughter of Solomon Russell, of 
of Chesterfield, Mass. He was born in Pittsfield, Mass., May 9, 
1800, son oi Henry King Slrofig and Hannah Noble, a descendant 
of Elder John Strong, from England. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 783 

D. D. Stebbins was a surgeon in war of rebellion, and died at 
Cairo, 111., July ii, 1862. 

[Their only child was [being of the ninth generation :] 

7002. Emily D. Stebbins, born October 4, 1861. 

[BTDBi] Perry Erie Tuttle, son of Denis Tuttle and Laura 
Porter, (3950) married May 26, 1841, Julia A. Crane, daughter of 
Curtis Crane, of East Windsor, Conn. Residence, Terre Haute. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

7003. Nellie F. Tuttle, born April 10, 1842. 

7(X)4. Harriett F. Tuttle, born October 25, 1844, married F. S. Myers. 

7005. Millie M. Tuttle, born November 7, 1851, married W. R. Rippelto. 

7006. Zerviah K. Tuttle, born July 10, 1856. 
7U07. Martha W. Tuttle, bora February 23, i860. 

[G711.] Charlotte Tuttle, daughter of Z>^«z> Tuttle oxydi Laura 
Porter, (3950) married March 31, 1856, Alexander White. He 

died . She married (second husband) September 10, 1850, 

William J. Eliot, of Indianapolis, Ind. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

7008. Frederick T. White, born December 26, 1844. 

7009. Julia Eliot, born 1851. 

[GBB2.] Ulysses S. Grant, son oi Jesse R. Grant (4147) and 
Hannah Simpson, married August — , 1848, Julia B. Dent, 
daughter oi Frederick Dent, of St. Louis, Mo., and Ellen Wreri- 
shall. U. S. Grant graduate of Military Academy, West Point, 
1843; brevet second lieutenant of infantry; was with fourth 
infantry with Genl. Taylor in Mexican war, on the Rio Grande, 
1846, battles of Palo Alto, Resaca-de-la-Palma* and Monterey, 
when the regiment was sent to re-inforce Genl. Scott in the val- 
ley of Mexico ; battles of Molino-del-Rey, Chepultepec, city of 
Mexico, &c. ; brevetted captain ; resigned in 1 854, and settled in 
St. Louis, Mo. 

At the beginning of the civil war, he became colonel of twenty- 
first Illinois volunteers; brigadier-general August r, i86r, cam- 
paign in Tennessee, Fort Donaldson, &c. ; major-general, battles 
of Corinth, Shiloh, Vick.sburg, Chattanooga ; lieutenant-general, 



784 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN TORTER. 

battles of the Wilderness, Spottsyivauia, North Anna, Cold Har- 
bor, siege of Richmond, Five Forks, &c:; president of the United 
States 1868 to 1876. He died at Mount McGregor, near Saratoga, 
July 23, 1885. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

7010. Frederick D. Grant, born May 30, 1850, married Ida M. Honor^. 

7011. Ulysses S. Grant, Jr., born July 22, 1852, married Fanny J. Chaffee. 

7012. Ellen W. Grant, born July 4, 1855, married A. C. F. Sartoris. 

7013. Jesse R. Grant, born February 6, 1S58, married Lizzie Chapman. 

[6 3 IS,] Jonas Phillips Phamix, son of Daniel Plucnix and 
Anna Phillipps, (4252J married Mary Whitney, daughter of 
Stephen Whitney of No. i, Bowling Green, New York city. 

J. P. Phoenix lived at No. 18, State street. Alderman, 1830 to 
1838; member of Congress, 1842 to 1848, and died May i, 1859. 
Mrs. Mary Phoenix died April 15, 1876. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

7014. Mary C. PhcEuix, bom February 27, 1S32, married Geo. H. Warren. 

7015. Philips Phcenix, bom March 23, 1834. 

7010. Harriett W. Phcenix, born Octobers, 1835, married Isaac lironson. 

7017. Anne L. Phoenix, born September 23, 1837, died in youth. 

7018. Stephen W. Phoenix, born May 25, 1839; Columbian College, 1859. 

7019. Lloyd Phcenix, bora October 17, 1841. 

[63 34,] William Porter Adams, son of William Adams and 
Jerusha A. Strong, (4261) married Aug. 30, 1780, Lora Brainard. 

[Daniel Brainard came from England to Haddam, Conn., married, 
1665, Hannah Spencer, daughter of Jared Spencer, of Haddam, from 
England. 

Second Generation, Elijah Brainard, born , 1667, married Septem- 
ber 6, 1699, Mary Bushnell. 

(Richard Bushnell came from England to Saybrock, Conn., married 
October 11, 1648, Mary Many n, daughter of Matthew Marvyn, of Hart- 
ford, Conn., from England. 

Second Generation, Joseph Bushnell, born May — , 1651, married No- 
vember 28, 1673, ^I'l'f'y Leffingwell, bom December 10, 1654, daughter of 
Thomas Leffingwell, of Saybrook, from England. 

Third Generation, Mary Bushnell, born March 10, 1675, married Elijah 
Brainard. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 785 

Third Generation, Elijah Brainard, born September 22, 1706, married 
April 4, 1732, Phebe Bailey, daughter oi Benjamin Bailey, of Haddam. 

Fourth Generation, Prosper Brainard, born January 3, 1737, married 
November 5, 1767, 3Tary Bailey. 

Fifth Generation, Asa Brainard, born February 25, 1771, married , 

1792, Elizabeth Welch. 

Sixth Generation, Asa Brainard^ born , 1S19, married March 15, 

1846, Susan E. Buell. 

(WiLUAM Buell, from England. 

Second Generation, Samuel Buell, married Deborah Griswold. 

Third Generation, William Buell, born , 1676, married Elizabeth 

Collins. 

Fourth Generation, Timothy Buell, born October 2, 17 11, married Janu- 
ary 20, 1730, Hannah Bradford. 

(William Bradford came from England, to Plymouth, Mass.; gover- 
nor, &c. 

Second Generation, foseph Bradford, born in England, married May 25, 
T664, fael Hobart. 

(Edmund Hobart, from England, to Ilingham, Mass., 1633. 

Second Generation, Rev. Peter Hobart, born in England ; graduate of 
Magdalen College; A. M., 1629; was minister at Haverhill, England; came 
to Ilingham, Mass., 1635, minister there. Died , 1679. 

Third Generation, fael Hobart, born December, 1643, married foseph 
Bradford. 

Third Generation, foseph Bradford, born April 18, 1665, married Octo- 
ber 5, 1698, Amie Fitch, born April, 1675, daughter of Rev. James Fitch, 
of Norwich, Conn., from England, who married October — , 1664, Priscilla 
Mason, daughter of Capt. John Mason. 

Fourth Generation, Hannah Bradford, born May 24, 1709, married 
Timothy Buell, of Lebanon, Conn. 

Fifth Generation, foseph Buell, born May 29, 1749, married , 1772, 

Hope Loveland. 

Sixth Geiieration, foseph Buell, born July 14, 1775, married November 
4, 1795; Mary Carrier. 

Seve?ith Generation, David C. Buell, born December 7, 1803, married 
Mary O. Day. 

Eighth Generation, Susan E. Buell, born January 11, 1830, married Asa 
Brainard. 

Ninth Generation, Lora Brainard, born December 10, 1830, married 
William P. Adams. 



786 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

7020. Henr>' P. Adams, born April i8, 1S72. 

7021. William E. Adams, bora September 12, 1875. 

7022. Susan M. Adams, born April 28, 1877. 

[BDID.] Rev. Burdette Hart, son of Norman Hart and 
Minerva Lee, (4390); graduate Yale College, 1842 ; minister at 
Fair Haven, Conn., and Philadelphia, Pa., married August 21. 
1849, Rebecca IV. Fi'ske, daughter of Daniel Fiskc, of Shelburne, 
Mass., and Laura Severance. 

Their children were [Ijeing of the tenth generation .] 

7023. Arthur B. Hart, bora September 5. 1852. 

7024. Mary A. Hart, bora May 30, 1855. 

702.'i. Minervah A. Hart, born Noveml)er 9, 1857. 

[BDll.] Norman Lee Hart, son oi Norman Harl And Afinena 
Lee, (4390) married December 6, 1854, Lavinia M. Kellogg, born 
June 24, 1824, daughter of M. A. Kellogg, of Avon, Conn., and 
Marilla Cooley. Norman L. Hart was a merchant in Philadelphia. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 
702(i. Marilla M. Hart, boru January 31, 1858. 
7027. Norman E. Hart, born January 2, 1861. 

[B1D4.] Helai F. Huntington, d^\x<^\\\.cx oi Charles P. Hunt- 
ington (4554) and Helen S. Mills, married , 1858, Josiah P. 

Qiiincy. 

[EoMUNU QriNCV, son of Iidmuiul Quincy, of Wij^borpe, Northampton- 
shire, Eugland, came with wife Judilh, to Boston, Mass., Septenibtr 4, 
1633 ; representative, 1634 ; removed to Braintree, and died , 1635. 

Second Generation, Edmund Quincy, born in Eugland, married (second 
\dfe) December — , 16S0, Elizabeth Gookin, born March 14, 1645, daughter 
of Daniel, Gookin, from England, to Virginia, 1630, who removed to Bos- 
ton, 1644, with wife Mary ; was major-general, and died March 19, 1687. 
Edmund Quincy was representative, 1672 to 1692. Died January 7, 1698. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Quincy died November 30, 1700. 

Third Generation, Edmund Quincy, boru October 21, 1681 ; Harvard 
College, 1699 ; judge of Supreme Court of Massachusetts ; ageut at court of 
St. James, married Dorothy Flynt. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 787 

(Rev. Hknrv Flynt caiue from Matlock, Derbyshire, Euglaud, to Bos- 
ton, Mass., , 1635, married , 1640, Margery, sister of Rev. Leonard 

Hoar, from England ; president of Harvard College. Henry Flynt was 
minister at Braintree, Mass., and died April 27, 166S. Mrs. Margery Flynt 
died March 10, 16S7. 

Second Generation, Josiah Flynt, bom August 24, 1645 ; Harvard Col- 
lege, 1664; minister at Dorchester, Mass., married January 24, 1672, Esther 
Willett, daughter of Thomas WilIvETT, from Leyden, Holland, to Plymouth, 
Mass., who married July 6, 1636, Mary Bro'ivn, daughter of John Brown, 
from Leyden, to Plymouth, Mass.; Duxbury, Mass.; assistant, 1651 to 1664. 
Thomas Willett removed to New York, and was the first mayor of that city 
under the English rule. He died at Swanzey, R. I., May 4, 1674. Rev. 
Josiah Flynt died September 16, 1680. 

Third Generaiion, Dorothy Flynt, born , 1677-7S, married Edmund 

Quincy. He died in London, England, February 23, 1738. Mrs. Dorothy 
Quincy died August 29, 1737. 

Fourth Generation, Josiah Quincy, born , 1709 ; Harvard College, 

172S ; married January 11, 1733, Hannah Siurgcs, daughter oi John Stur- 
ges, of Yarmouth, Mass. 

Fifth Generation, Josiah Quincy, born February 23, 1744, married Octo- 
ber — , 1769, Abigail Phillipps. 

(George Phh,lipps came from England in ship " Arbella," in the fleet 
with Winthrop, 1630. He was born at Reynham-St-Martins, county of Nor- 
folk, England , 1593 ; graduate of Cains College, Cambridge, England ; 

A. r,., 1613 ; A. M., 1617; minister at Boxted, county Suffolk, England, and 
Watertown, Mass. Died July i, 1644. 

Second Generation, Samuel Phillipps, born in England, 1625 ; Harvard 
College, 1651 ; ordained, 1652 ; colleague of Rev. Ezekiel Rogers at Rowley, 
Mass. He married October — , 1653, Sarah Appleton, born, 1627, daughter 
of Samuei. Ap?i<eton, who came with wif6 Mary, (Everard) from England, 
to Ipswich, Mass., and died 1670. Samuel Phillipps died April 22, 1696. 

Third Generation, Samuel Phillipps, born March 23, 1658, married May 
26, 1687, 3fary Emerson. 

(Thomas Emerson came from England with wife Elizabeth, to Ipswich, 
Mass., 1639. He died May i, 1666. 

Second Generation, John Emerson, born in England ; graduate of Har- 
vard College, 1656; ordained minister , 1663 ; married , 1666, Ruth 

Symonds, daughter of Gov. Samuel Symonds, who came from Yeldham, 
county Essex, England, 1637, to Ipswich, Mass., and married Dorothy Har- 



788 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

liikenJen, sisier of Roger Harlakeiuleu, of Earles-Colue, county Essex, Eng- 
land. John Emerson was minister at Gloucester, Mass. 

Third Generation^ Mary Emerson, bom March 7, 1665, marrric'l . 

Samuel Phillipps. He was a goldsmith in Boston, Mass. 

Fouiih Generation, Rev. Samuel Phillipps, born February 25, 1690 ; 
Harvard College, 1708; minister at Andover. Mass., 1711 to 1771, where he 
died, Jauuar}- 5. He married Hannah While. 

(WiLU.'VM White came from England, 1634,10 Ipswich, Mass.; removed 
to Haverhill, Mass., and died , 1690, aged eighty years. 

Second Generation, John White, bora , 1648-49, married Hannah 

French, daughter of Edward French, and wife Anne, of Ipswich, from 
England. 

Third Generation, Hannah White, born , married Rev. Samuel 

Phillipps. He died June 5, 1771. 

Fifth Generation, William Phillipps, l)oru June 25, 1722, married , 

Abigail Bromficld. 

(En\v.\Rn liKOMFiKLD, born in Hampshire, England, January in, 1648-9, 
son of Henry RroEifield and Frances Kempe ; came to New England, 1675 ; 
representative ; m.-irried June 4, 1683, Mary Danforth. 

(Nicholas Danforth came from Framlingham, county Suffolk, Eng- 
land, to Cambridge, Mass., 1634. His wife Elizabeth had died , 1629. 

He died , 1638. 

Second Generation, Samuel Danforth, born in England, September — , 
1626 ; Harvard College, 1643 ; ordained colle.iguc of Rev. John EHot at 
Roxbury, September 24, 1650, married November 5, 165 1, Mary Wilson, 
boni September — . 1633, daughter of Rev. John Wilson. Samuel Dan- 
forth died November 19, 1674. 

Third Generation, Maty Danforth, born March 13. 1663, married , 

Edward Bromfield. He died , 1734, and his wife died the same year. 

Fourth Generation, Abigail Bromfield, boru April i3, 1728, married 
William Phillipps He died in Boston, January 15, 1804. 

Fifth Generation, Abigail Phillipps, born , 1744, married Josiah 

Quincy. lie died on the voyage from England, April 26, 1775. ''^he died 
May 25, 1798. 

Sixth Generation, Josiah Quincy, born February 4, 1772 ; Harvard Col- 
lege, 1790; married June 6, 1797, Eliza S. Morton, daughter o{ John 
Morton. 

Seventh Generation, Josiah Quincy, born January 6, 1S02 ; Harvard Col- 
lege, 1824 ; mayor of Bostotj ; married December — , 1827, Mary J. daughter 
ci{ Samuel f^ ^Til'rr. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 789 

Eighth Generation, Josiah P. Quincy, bom November — , 1829, married 
Helen F. Huntivgton. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

7028. Joseph H. Quincy, born October 15, 1859. 

7029. Helen F. Quincy, born September 6, i86r. 

[B112,] Elizabeth Phelps Fisher, daughter of George Fishe? 
and Elizabeth P. Htmtington, (4555) married December 24, 1851, 
John Sessions, law5'er, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7030. Elizabeth H. Sessions, born June 30, 1853. 
70.^1. Clara F. Sessions, born September 16, 1854. 

7032. Addie B. Sessions, born December 23, 1856. 

7033. Grace M. Sessions, born July 6, 1858. 

7034. Archie W. Sessions, born January 13, i860. 

[BllSi] George Hu7itingion Fisher, son of George Fisher and 
Elizabeth P. Htmtington, (4555) married December 25, 1857, 
Emma Chichester^. Lawyer in Brookljm, N. Y. 

Their only child was [being of the tenth generation :] 
703-3. George C. Fisher, born September 24, 1S58. 

[B117,] Edward Thornton Fisher, son of George Fisher and 
Elizabeth P. Hunti7igto7i, (4555) married June 30, 1869, Ellen 
Bowditch Thayer. Professor in Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, 
New York. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7036. Faith H. Fisher, born September 9, 1870. 

7037. Henry T. Fisher, born November 27, 1872. Died September 29, 1874. 

7038. Edward H. Fisher, born September 27, 1875. Died June 29, 1878. 

7039. Richard T. Fisher, born November 9, 1876. 

[BIBD.] Anne Neale Cleveland, daughter of Richard F. 
Cleveland (4580) and Anne Neale, married March 9, 1853, Euro- 
tas P. Hastings. 

[Thomas Hastings came from England, 1634, to Watertown, Mass. 
He married April — , 1651, Margaret Cheney, daughter of John Cheney, 
of Watertown, from England. 



790 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Second Generation, Thomas Hastings, born July i, 1652, married Octo- 
ber TO, 1672, Anna Harvkes, daughter of John Hawkes, of Windsor, Conn., 
from England. 

Third Generation, Thomas Hastings, INI. D., born September 24, 1679, 
married March 6, 1701, Mary Field, daughter oi John Field, and Mary 
Edwards, daughter of Alexander Edwards, of Hatfield, Mass. 

Fourth Generation, Hopcstill Hastings, bom April 13, 17 18, married, 
1 741-2, Lydia Frary, daughter ol Isaac Frary, of Hatfield, and Lydia Par- 
sons, daughter oi Jonathan Parsons, of Northampton, Mass. 

Fifth Generation, Perez Hastings, born December 23, 1754, married 
October 31, 1787, Elizabeth White, bom Februarys, 1766, daughter of 5i!7/- 
vton White, of Hatfield, and ^1/a/j Waite. 

Sixth Generatiofr, Eiirotas Hastings, born Maj' 15, rjg*"', married Evoe 
Arms. 

(William Arms, (probably Uniic) came from one of the islands in the 

English channel, to Hadley, Mass., where he married , 1677, Joanna 

Haivkes, sister of Anna, who married Thomas Hastings. 

Second Generation, Daniel Anns, horn 16S6, married, 1716, Esther Smcad. 

Third Generation, Ebenezer Artns, born January 2u. \-2\. married Janu- 
ary 25, 1 747, Elizabeth Allen. 

Fourth Generation, Ebenezer Arms, born April — , 1760, married Mary 
White, born Jan. 24, 1764, sister of Elizabeth, who married Perez Hastings. 

Fifth Generation, Evoe Arms, bom June 21, 1794, married Eurotas 
Hastings. He was a banker in Buffalo, N. Y., and died May 22, 1858. 

Seventh Generation, Eurotas P. Hastings, born , married March 

I, 1S53, Anne N. Cleveland. Banker iu Buffalo. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 
7(340. Richard C. Hastings, bom March 27, 1834. 
7()41. Mary L. Hastijigs, born January 14, 1836. 

[BlZ^i] David L. D. Huntington, son oi Joseph C. Hunt- 
ington and Julia S. Dodge, (4586) married February 3, 1847, ^^ 
Norwich, Conn., Martha Van Dresser. He i.s a merchant in 
New York City. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7042. Julia W. Huntington, born November 14, 1847. 

7043. Lucia C. Huntington, bora January 16, 1850. 

7044. Joseph C. Huntington, born March 6, 1853. 

7045. Stephen V. D. Huntington, born April 22, 1855. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 791 

[B17B,] George F. Huntijigton, son oi Joseph C. Hiuiting- 
ton and Julia S. Dodge, (4586) married 1844, Flora, daughter 
of James Cleland, of New York City. Residence, Portage City, 
V/isconsin. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7046. Elida Huntingtou, born October 19, 1S45. 

7047. Frederick F. Huntingtou, born May 4, 1848. 

[B17S,] Lucy Coit Huntington, daughter oi Joseph C. Hunt- 
ing io7i dLnd Jiilia S. Dodge, (4586) married Stephen L. Magoun, 
of Hudson, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7048. Mary S. Magouu, born February 14, 1824. 

7049. Julia P. Magoun, bom February 16, 1829. 

[BlBDi Julia Porter Huntington, daughter of Joseph C. 
Huntington and Julia S. Dodge, (4586) married January i, 1848, 
W. H Crenelle, of New York City. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7050. John S. Grenelle, born December 29, 1849. 

7051. William E. Grenelle, born June i, 1852. 

7052. Charles F. Grenelle, born October 3, 1855. 

7053. Joseph H. Grenelle, born July 8, 1861. 

[6 SB 61] Heyiry Alfred Porter, son oi Henry C. Porter (3886) 
and Sarah C. Dodge, (4587) married September 12, 1850, Lucilla 
Sayre, of Plainfield, N. J., a descendant oi Joseph Sayre, who 
settled in Elizabeth, N. J., in 1667; son of Thomas Sayre, who 
came from Bedfordshire, England, to Lynn, Mass., 1635, and 
removed in 1641, to Southampton, I^. I. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7054. Alfred S. Porter, born September i, 1852. 

7055. Lucilla C. Porter, born October 7, 1857. 
7050. Frederick D. Porter, born October, 1859. 

[S5BB] John Stuart Porter, son of Henry C. Porter (3896) 
and Sarah C. Dodge, (4587") married May 8, 1855, Mary Louisa 
Tucker. 



792 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7057. Luther H. Porter, bom October 17, 1857. 

7058. William S. Porter, bom July 19. 1859. 

7059 Norman W. Porter, born October 17, 1S61. 

70r,0. Edith Porter, ) e . v q.: 

- bom September 5, 1867. 

7001. Liliau Porter, ) 

7002. Mary L. Porter, born July 7, 1869. 
70C3. Clara Porter, Ixjra December 17, 1873. 

[65B7.] William Dodge Porter, son of IJenry C. Porie) 
(3896) and Sarah C. Dodge, (4587) married May 31, 1S62, Ali.xenc 
Mifflin Coulter, of Baltimore, Md. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 
7064. William S. Porter, bom January 24, 1^66. 
7005. Grace C. Porter, born August 20, 1870. 

[5 5 BE,] Sarah J. Porter, daughter of Henry C. Porter 
(3896) and Sarah C. Dodge, (4587) married April 27, 1859, Reuben 
S. Knight, of Waterloo, N. Y. He died September 2, 1862. She 
married (second husband) June 5, 1866, Rev. Spencer Jcivell, of 
Kings Ferry, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 
7n<iO. Henry C. Knight, born January 6, 1861. 

7067. Josephine Jewell, bom May 30, 1868. 

7068. Helen L. Jewell, bora September 6, 1871. 

7069. Mary Jewell, bora May i, 1874. 

[6297.] Harriett S. Boguc, daughter of Virgil B. Bogue 
and Lncy T. Williams, (4682) married Nov. 19, 1865, Charles J. 
Goodspecd, of Elgin, 111. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7070. Willis F. Goodsf>eed, bora April i, 1866. 

7071. Charles D. Goodspeed, bom April 18, 1868. 
7''7'J. Bertha M. Goodspeed, bom April 19, 1873. 

[B2BB-] Mary W. Bogue, daughter of I'irgil B. Bogue and 
Lucy T. Williams, (4682) married Octob<^r 31, 1861, Nelson L. 
Deidrick, cP Elgin, 111. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 793 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7073. Harriett E. Deidrick, born August 12, 1864. 

7074. Nicholas J. Deidrick, born 1866. 

\_BZBB,} /ane Clarisse Bogue, daughter of Virgil B. Bogue 
and Lucy T. Williams, (4682) married January 7, 1863, Ezra M. 
Starr, of Elgin, 111. 

7075. Lucy E. Starr, boru December 15, 1864. 

7076. Gertrude M. Starr, born January 15, 1867. 

7077. Chester B. Starr, boru December 20, 1868. 

7078. Millard F. Starr, born March 26, 1871. 

[B3DD,] Eliza IV. Bogue, daughter of Virgil B. Bogue and 
Lucy T. Williams, (4682) married September 5, 1866, Edward 
Amadou. Residence, Elgin, 111. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7079. Ralph Amadon, bom October i, 1867. 

7080. Jessie K. Amadon, born April 10, 1870. 

[B3D4.] Francis P. Shepherd, son of Charles L. Shepherd 

and Percy Williams, (4685) married , 1871, Kate Starr. 

Their children were being of the tenth generation :] 

7081. Grace P. Shepherd, boru Jauuarj' 22, 1872. 

7082. Frank S. Shepherd, born August 20, 1873. 

7083. Jessie K. Shepherd, boru April 18, 1S75. 

[B3n6.] Stella E. Shepherd, daughter of Charles L. Shep- 
herd and Percy K. Williams, (4685) married June 27, 1872, Charles 
Morrison. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 
708-4. Emma vS. Morrison, bom August 21, 1873. 

7085. Edith D. Morrison, born August r, 1S76. 

[B324,] Emeline J Sykes, daughter of Rev. /. N. Sykes 
and Caroline S. Anthony, (4695) married June 21, 1877, John 
Wright, son of Edward Wright, of Springfield, Mass. Residence, 
Agawam, Mass, 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7086. Edward S. Wright, born March 28, 1878. 

7087. John C. Wright, bom May 15, 1879. 



794 DESCENDANTS OK JOHN PORTER. 

[E32 5.] James Clarence Sykes, son of Rev. /. A^. Sykes and 
Caroline S. Anthony, (4695) married November 20, 1873, Kate M. 
Dole, of Boston, Residence, Boston, Mass. 

Tlieir children were [being of the tenth generation :] 
7(t8S. Mary A. Sykes, honi August 24, 1874. 

7089. Henry W. Sykes, born Novembers, 1875. 

[B32B.] James L. Anthony, son of Chas. J. Antho7iy (4696) 
and Anna R. Davis, married March 14, 1866, Caroline A. Stozvell, 
born September 11, 1844, daughter of /awf^ Stowell, of Norwich, 
Conn. Residence, New York City. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7090. Geraldine W. Anthony, bom May 26, 1869. 
70i)!. Caroline E. Anthony, l)oru April 22, 1871. 
7092. James S. Anthony, bora July z^, 1872. 
70V).3. Alice R. Anthony, bom January 2, 187S. 

[B 3 61] Frank Anthony Jackson, son of Cynis F. Jackson and 
Jessie K'. Anthony, (4702) married June i, 1876, Adele L. Howe, 
bom in Hud.son, N. Y., November 7, 1854, daughter oi John and 
Eugenia A. I/owe. Residence, Woonsocket, R. I. 

Their ciiildren were [being of the tenth generation :] 
7094. Frank A. Jackson, bom February 7, 1878, died December 31, 1882. 
7f'9-3. Euj^ene B. Jackson, l)oni August 6, i'-'<'\ 

7096. Howard K. Jackson, 1x>ru .'\pril 30, ib>7. 

[B-352.] Mary Louise Jackson, daughter of Cyrus F. Jackson 
and Jessie K. Anthony, (4702) married October 5, 1S75, Andrew 
Sheffield Arnold, bom in Providence, R. I., August 17, 1853, son 
of Andreiv J. Arnold and Amanda F. Briggs. Residence, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Their onlj' child was [l)eing of the tenth generation :] 

7097. Sheffield Arnold, bom June 6, 1876. 

[B3fi3i] Jessie Caroline Jackson, daughter of Cyrus F. Jack- 
son and Jessie K. Anthony, (4702) married September 13, 18S2, 
Robert McChristie, bom in Hartford, Conn., December 10, 1853, 
son of Robert McChristie and Cornelia Lillie. He was son of Fr- 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 795 

vine McChristie, born in Kilmarnock, Dumbartonshire, Scotland, 
1796, and his wife Mary Logan. He came to New England and 
settled it: ^hompsonville. Conn. ; a manufacturer. 

Their only child was [being of the tenth generation :] 

7098. Jessie C. McChristie, born October 25, 1884. 

[B 3 B B 1] Caroline P. Beardsley, daughter ofAionso G .Beards- 
ley and A7ine P. Porter, (4775) married John Hermayi Woodruff, 
of Auburn, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7099. Anna B. WooclrufT, boru February 24, 1875. 

7100. Carltou H. Woodruff, born January 14, 1877. 

7101. Hermioue Woodruff, born October 2, 1878. 

7102. Carrie B. Woodruff, bora July 26, 18S0. 
710.3. Douglas Woodruff, bom January 6, 1S82. 

7104. Hope Woodruff, born April 20, 1884. 

[B3B7.] William P. Beardsley, son of Alonzo G. Beardsley 
and Anne P. Porter, (4775) married June 9, 1875, Mary J. Porter, 
daughter of Samuel Qjiincy Porter, (4779) of Unionville, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7105. Alice T. Beardsley, boru May 5, 1876. 
710(). Glover Beardsley, born August 19, i88r. 

[B41Bi] Louisa Frederika Alexander, daughter of A. L. 
A lexajider and Sarah H. Gilbert, (4808) married y(?r^wjj//\ Gilmer. 
He graduated at United States Military Academy, West Point. 
Captain Engineers United States Army. Major-General and Chief- 
Engineer Confederate Army. Residence, Savannah, Ga. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7107. ivouisa P. Gilmer, born September 3, 1852. 

7108. Henry H. Gilmer, born November 7, 1854. 

[B41Bi] Sarah Gilbert Alexander, daughter of Adam L. 
Alexander and Sarah Gilbert, (4808) married November 5, 1845, 
Alexander R. Lawtoii. He graduated at United States Military 
Academy, West Point, 1839. General in the Confederate Army, 
Stonewall Jackson's corps. Residence, Savannah, Ga. In 1886 
to 1888 United States Minister to Vienna, Austria. 



796 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 
71U9. Corinne F. Lawton, born September 23, 1846, died January 24, 1877. 

7110. Louisa F. La\s-ton, bom April 11, 1S49, married L,. E. Mackall. 

7111. Nora Lawton, born May i, 1855. 

7112. Alexander R. Lawton, bom August 9, 1858, married Ella S. Beck with. 

[B42Di] Harriett Virginia Alexander, daughter of .4 rt'fl;// 
L. A iexander and Sarah Gilbert, (4808) married January 12, 1853, 
Wallace Cumming, of Savannah and Atlanta, Ga. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation ;] 

7113. .Sarah G. Gumming, bora November 9, 1855, married J. P. S. Houston. 

7114. Mary C. Cumming, bora September 20, 1859, died September 23, 1876. 
71 lo. Wallace Cumming, bom July 13, 1863. 

71 IG. Joseph Cumming, bom October 23, 1S65. 

[B421.] Ma7y Clijford Alexander, daughter of Adam L. 
Alexander and Sarah Gilbert, (4808) married December 7, 1854, 
George G. Hull, of Atlanta, Ga. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7117. Lucy H. Hull, born March 25, 1857, married G. J. Baldwin. 

7118. Harriett A. Hull, bom Octobers, 1859. 

[B422.] William Felix Alexander, son of Adam L. Alex- 
ander and Sarah Gilbert, (4808) married in Lexington, Ga., Jan- 
uary 9, 1863, Louisa Toombs, daughter of Robert Toombs, (United 
States Senator) of Georgia. She died March 4, 1S65. Remarried 
(second wife) Lucy Gilmer Gratian, of Richmond, Va. 

Their only child was [being of the tenth generation :] 
711!'. Elvira F. Alexander, bom Jul}' 24, 1869. 

[B423.] Eduiard Porter Alexander, son of Adam L. Alex- 
ander and Sarah H. Gilbert, (4808) graduate of United States 
Military' Academy, West Point, 1857 ; United vStates Corps of 
Engineers ; Major-General and Chief of Artil]er3% Confederate 
Army ; president of Bank of Georgia, and of Savannah and Mem- 
phis Railroad. He married April 30, 1S60, Bettie Mason, of King 
George's county, Va. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 



DHSCENDA^^"^'^ OV JOHN PORTER. 797 

TiJii. Bessiii il. Alexander, born November lo, i86r. 

7121. Edward P. Alexander, ) 

7122. Lucy R. Alexander.' | ^°™ ^^^'^"^'^^ "' ''""' 

7123. Marion L. Alexander, born April i6, 1865. 

7124. Adam L. Alexander, born July 14, 1867. 

7125. William M. Alexander, born November 23, 1868. 

[B424i] James Hillhoiise Alexander, son of Adam L. Alex- 
ander s.\\6. Sarah H. Gilbert, (4808) married June 25, 1863, Sarah 
Joyyier Irvin, daughter oi Isaiah Jackson Irvin and his wife Eliza- 
beth Joyner. Residence, Augusta, Ga. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7126. Irvin Alexander, born March 10, 1866. 

7127. Hugh H. Alexander, born December 27, 1S67. 

7128. Lizzie Alexander, born July 28, 1S69. 

[B42Si] Charles Atzvood Alexander, son of Adam L. Alex- 

aiider and Sarah H. Gilbert, (4808) niarjied , Ida Calhoun, 

daughter of Edivard Calhoini. She died October 23, 1876. He 
married (second wife) her sister, Rosa C. Calhoun. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7129. Harriett C. Alexander, born January 28, 1866. 

7130. Ida Alexander, born August 21, 1881. 

7131. Rosa Alexander, born January 28, 18S6. 

[B42Bi] Marion Brockett Alexander, daughter of Adam L. 
Alexander and Sarah H. Gilbert, (4808) married Rev. William 
Ellison Doggs, D. D., who was bom May 12, 1838, at Ahmed- 
nugger, Bombay, India, son of Rev. George W. Boggs and his 
wife Isabella, daughter ot Robert Ellison. 

Major Robert Ellison was a famous scout in Sumter's brigade 
in the war of the revolution. He, with Col. Hayne, was prisoner 
of the Bristish, in the Dry Tortugas. Ellison and Boggs were 
both of Scotch- Irish lineage. The paternal ancestor of the Elli- 
sons came in 1702-4, with Rev. Francis McKennie, one of the 
founders of the "Scotch Presbyterian Church," in America, to 
Accomac county, Va. 



798 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Rev. W. E. Boggs resided in Memphis, Tenn., Atlanta, Ga., 
and Columbia, S. C. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation : 

7132. Adam A. Boggs, born September 29, 1S71. 

7133. William E. Boggs, born November 14, 1S73. Died April i, 1875. 

7134. Thomas R. Boggs, 

7135. Gilbert 11. Bog^ 

71.36. Marion A. Boggs, boru August 24, 1877. 
7137. Lucieu H. Boggs, boru January 4, 1882. 



V born October 2, 1875. 



[B42 7i] A/ice I'afi )'everen Alexander, daughter oi Adam 
L. Alexander and Sarah H. Gilbert, (4808) married November 
23, 1870, Alexander Chcves Haskell, of Columbia, S. C. Judge 
of Supreme Court of South Carolina. 

[Roger Haskell, with brotlier William, came from England to Glou- 
cester, Mass. ; removed to Salem, Mass., 1637, and married Elizabeth Hardy, 
daughter of John Hardv, of Salem, from England, 1632, with his wife 
ElizabtUi. 

Roger Haskell removed to Beverly, Mass., and died 1667. 

Second Generation, Mark Haskell, born , married March 20, 1668, 

Elizabeth Smith, daughter of John Smith, of Salem, Mass., from England, 
and his wife Elizabeth Goodale, daughter of Robert Goodale and wife 
Katherine, of Salem, from England. Mark Haskell removed to Rochester, 
Mass., about 1695. 

Third Generation, Josiah Haskell, bom 1678, married . 

fourth Generation, Elnathan Haskell, born December 25, 1725, mar- 
ried . 

Fifth Generation, Elnathan Haskell, bom September 4, 1755, in Roches- 
ter, Mass. ; went to Charleston, S. C. ; an officer on the staff of Gen. Robert 
Howe in the war of the revolution. He settled in Charleston and married 
Charlotte Thomson, born in .\melia, Va., daughter of Col. Williatn Thom- 
son, of the regiment of Rangers of the "Virginia line," in war of re\olution. 
This Col. Thomson, born in South Carolina, January 16, 1729, marriea August 
I4i I755i Eugenia Russell, daughter of Major — ; — Russell, of Charleston. 

Sixth Generation, Charles Thomson Haskell, born March 2, 1S02, mar- 
ried Sophia L. Cheves, bora July i, 1809, daughter of Lavgdon Cheves and 
his wife Alary E. Dulles, daughter oi Joseph Dulles, of Charleston, S. C. 

(Xangdon Cheves was son of Alexander Cheves, who came from 
Scotland to South Carolina in 1760-1, and married ]\faiy Langdon, from 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. ' 799 

Woodstock, in (nov/) vSlienandoah county, Va. Langdon Cheves was born 
September 15, 1776, in a log fort, near Ninety-six, in South Carolina, where 
the family had taken refuge from the Indians. 

Seventh Getieration, Alexander C. Haskell, born September 22, 1839, in 
Abbeville, S. C, married Alice V. Y. Alexander. He was, in 1S86, presi- 
dent of C. C. and A. R. R. Residence, Charleston, S. C. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7138. Alexander C. Haskell, born August 15, 1871. 

7139. Louisa P. Haskell, bom July 23, 1S72. 

7140. Mary F. Haskell, born December 11, 1873. 

7141. Anthony P. Haskell, born January 27, 1875. 

7142. Marion A. Haskell, born June 5, 1876. 

7143. Charles T. Haskell, born April 28, 1878. 

7144. Frederick C. Haskell, born December 10, 1880. 

7145. Adam A. Haskell, born Septetrber i, 1882. 

7146. Alice V. Y, Haskell, bom June 21, 1884. 

7147. Susannah C. Haskell, born Febmary 16, 1886. 

[S12 7,] Linn Boyd Porter, son of Elijah Porter (3522) and 
Mary Loomis, married September 6, 1874, Mary Moore. He was, 
in 1885, editor of the " Cambridgeport, Mass., Chronicle." 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7148. Florence M. Porter, born April 7, 1875. 

7149. George E. porter, born February 20, 1879. 

[S14 7i] James H. Porter, son of Anson Porter (3536) and 
Mehitabel Mygatt, married January 11, 1843, Phebe A. Pendleto?i, 
daughter of W. C. Pendleton, of Westerlj", R. I., a descendant of 
James Pendleton, of Westerly, R. I., who married 1656, Hannah 
Goodeno, born November 28, 1639, daughter of Edmund Goodeno 
from Wiltshire, England, with wife Anne, to Sudbury, Mass., 1638. 

James Pendleton, born in England, was son of Bryan Pendle- 
ton, from England to Watertown, Mass., 1634, with wife Eleanor. 
Major in Indian war ; removed to Portsmouth, R. I. ; died 1680. 

The children of J. H. Porter were [being of the ninth gener- 
ation :] 

7150. Harriett H. Porter, born September ir, 1843. 

7151. Charles A. Porter, born May 12, 1848. 



800 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

7152. Carrie L. Porter, bom October 9, 1854. 

7153. Minnie R. Porter, boru June 9, 185S. 

[BBB3.] Horace Fuller Porler, son of Epaphroditus Porlcr, 
(5290) and Sybil A. Fuller, married October 20, 1858, Mary C. 
Disselly daughter of Francis L. Disscll and Maria H. Andrews. 
Residence, Hebron, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7154. Anna H. Porter, born August 5, 1859. 

7155. Ida A. Porter, bom May 13, 1861. 
7150. Mary C. Porter, born October 2, 1862. 

7157. Horace W. Porter, ) 

\ bora Apnl 16, 1865. 

7158. Henry C. Porter, I ■ 

7159. Inez II. Porter, born Jan u^-vry 20, 1870. 

7160. Gertrude M. Porter, bora Jlay 28, 1873. 

7161. Roger F. Porter, bora January 28, 1878. 

[BB 71.] Henry Epaphras Porter, son oi Epaphroditus Porter, 
(5290) and Sybil A. Fuller, married 1864, Maria Gray. Residence, 
Hebron, Conn. 

Their children were Llx-ing oi tiie tcnlii generation :] 

7162. Ernest L. Porter, born March 17, 1S67. 

7163. Heury E. Porter, bora April 18, 1870. 

7164. Maria G. Porter, bora June 10, 1872. 

[BB72,] George Porter Bliss, son oi John F. Bliss and Mary 
A. Porter, (5293) married May 11, 1865, Susan V. Crane, daughter 
of Harvey Crane, of Hebron, Conn. Residence, Florence, Mass. 

Geo. P. Bliss enlisted in First Connecticut Battery in civil war. 
Q. M. Sergeant October, 1861. Engaged at James Island, S. C, 
July 16, 1863. Chester Station, May 16, 1S64. Bermuda-Hun- 
dred, Va., May and June, 1864. Grover Station, July 26, 1864. 
Deep Bottom, Va., August 15, 1864. Petersburgh, Va., August 
30 to September 23, 1864. Chapin's Bluff, Va., October 7, 1864. 
Darby town Road, Va., October 13, 1864. Residence, Florence, 
Mass. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7165. Homer C. Bli'5, bora April 30, 1S68. 
716H. Alfred T. Blis;., bora July 17, 1S69. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN Pt>RTER. 801 

7107. George H. Bliss, born October 24, 1871. 

7168. Anna M. Bliss, born May 28, 1878. 

[B71B.] Henry Thornto7i Steele, son of Rev. Julius Steele 
and Harriett P. Belden, (5345) married November 5, 185 1, Rebecca 
Knox, born May 6, 1826, daughter of Joseph Knox, of Carlisle, 
Pa., and Mary B. McClure, H. T. Steele is a lawer in Chicago. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7169. Julius Steele, born October 19, 1S52, married Ida O. Walter. 

7170. William K. Steele, born March 13, 1855, tuarried Gertrude Thompson. 

7171. Henry T. Steele, born July 17, 1857. 

7172. Joseph McC. Steele, born May 2, i860. 

7173. Mary B. Steele, born June 11, 1865. 

[B713i] Harriett Steele, daughter of Rev. Julius Steele and 
Harriett P. Beldcn, (5345) married March 4, 1856, Charles A. 
Davis, of Ogdensburgh, N. Y. She died July 6, 1878. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7174. Plarriett S. Davis, born January 3, 1857. 

7175. Henrietta R. Davis, born June 3, 1859. 
7170. Mary Bell Davis, born April 18, 1863. 

[B 72 Bi] Helen Mar Dwight, daughter of Horace D. Dwight 
(5362) 2^\6. Laiwa Hoadley, married Decem. 15, 1854, Isaac Bird. 

[Thomas Bird, from England to Hartford, Conn., 1644, died 1650-2. 

Second Generation, James Bird, born in England, lived in Farmington, 
Conn. He married March 31, 1657, Lydia Steele, daughter of John STEEt,E 
and w\{& Rachel, from England to Hartford, Conn; James Bird died 1708. 

Third Generation, Thomas Bird, bom 1667-8, married July 31, 1693, 
Mary Woodford, daughter of Joseph Woodford, of Hartford, and his wife 
Rebecca Newell, daughter of Thomas NeweItL, of Farmington, and v^ife 
Rebecca Olrnstead, sister of Richard Olmstead, of Hartford, from England. 

Fourth Generation, Joseph Bird, born December 27, 1696, married Dor- 
cas Norton. 

(Thomas Norton, from England, with wife Grace, to Guilford, Conn. 

Second Generation, John Norton, born in England, married , 1650, 

Hannah Clark, daughter of John Clark, of Saybrook, Conn., from Eng- 
land. He removed to Farmington, and died 1711. 

Third Generation, John Norton, born , 1653, married , 1689, 

Rutli Moore, daughter of Isaac Moore, of Norwalk, Conn., who married 



802 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

December 5, 1645, Ruth Stanley, daughter of John Stanley, who died ou 
the voyage from Euglaud. He was brother of Thomas Stanley. (See Sam- 
uel Porter, 5.) 

Fourth Generation, Dorcas Norton, boru 1698, m\zxx\^^ Joseph Bird. 

Fifth Generation, Isaac Bird, bom 1724, married . 

Sixth Generation, Isaac Bird, born Ma}- 5, 1757, married Rhoda Selleck, 
a descendant oi Jonathan Selleck, of Stamford, Conn., who married 1662-3, 
Abigail Law, daughter of Richard Law, of Weathersfield, Conn., from 
England, who married Margaret Kilbourne, daughter of Thomas Kil- 
BOURNK, of Hartford, from England. Jonathan Selleck was sou of David 
Sklleck and wife Susannah, from England. 

Seirnth Generation, Jaynes Bird, born 17S0, married .>tisau /)ani/iy. 

Eighth Caicratioii, Isaac Bird, boru March 4. 1822, married Helen M. 
Dwight. Residence, Kirkwood, Broome county, N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :J 

7177. James D. Bird, bom May 12, 1S59. 

7178. Jessie L. Bird, bora October 25, 1867. 

7179. Ru.ssell H. Bird, bora May 15, 1871. 

[6 723 J Walton Dwight, son of Alomo Dwight (5363) and 
Betsey Hoadley, married July 12, 1864, Anna M. Duscnbury, 
daughter of George Dusenbtiry and Anna IVJtitmore, of Windsor, 
N. Y. He was, in 1861, captain 149th Pennsylvania voltmteers, 
("Bucktails.") Promoted colonel. Battles of Chancellorsville, 
Fredericksburgh, Antietam, Geltysburgh, &c. In 187 1 to 1S73 
mayor of Bingharaton, N. Y. 

Their only child was [being of the tenth generation :] 

7180. Frank Dwight, bora Augixst 8, 1868. 

[B73n,] Webster Du'ight, son of Alonzo Dwight {^^d-^ and 
Betsey Hoadley, enlisted September, 1861, in 27th New York vol- 
unteers. Wounded at West Point, Va., and died June 24, 1862. 

[6735.] Sylvester F. Dwight, son of Sylvester W. Dwight 
(5366) and Elizabeth Stc^oart, enlisted May 31, 1861, in First 
Michigan Light Artillery. Campaign of Kentucky and Tenessee. 
Wounded in battle of Stone river, January i, 1863. Prisoner in 
Ivibby, Richmond, Va., until January 29, 1863. Exchanged and 
rejoined his command at Chattanooga. He married June 8, 1869, 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 803 

Jennie Dyer, daughter of S. B. Dyer, of Abbeville, O. Residence, 
Hersey, Mich. Attorney-at-law. 

[B7BB,] MaHlla M. Beebe, daughter of Elijah Beebe (6381) 
and Marcie Sprague, married 1859, Nelson L. Temple, a descend- 
ant of Robert Temple, of Ten-Hills, (Charlestown) Mass. , whose 
wife, Mehitabel, was daughter of Robert Nelson, who married 
Mary Te^nple, daughter of /<?/;?; Temple, of Stanton-bury, county 
Bucks, England. 

Robert was son of Thomas, who was son of Purbeck Temple, 
son of John Temple, of Stanton-bur>', before named, and wife, 
Dorothy Lee. 

John was son of Thomas Temple, of Stowe, who was made 
baronet, and whose wife was Esther, daughter of Miles Sa^idys, 
of county Bucks. He was son of John Temple, of Stowe, and 
Susan, daughter of Thomas Spencer, of Northamptonshire. John 
was .son of Peter Temple and Milicent Jekyl ; his brother being 
ancestor of Lord Palmerston. (See N. E. Hist. Gen. Reg. vol. 10.) 

Robert Nelson was a descendant of John Nelson, of Boston, 
Mass. Captain of Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 
1680, whose wife Elizabeth was niece of William Stoughton, 
governor of Massachusetts. John was son of William Nelson, 
of Plymouth, Mass., from England, who married, 1640, Martha 
Ford, sister of John Ford, of Plymouth, from England. 

Nelson L. Temple lived in Pratt's Hollow, Madison Co., N. Y. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7181. Frederick Temple, born i860. 

7182. Flora Temple, born 1862. 

[B7 7Sr] Elisha P. Spafford, son of Henry A. Spafford and 
Mary E. Porter, (5385) married December 25, 1874, Ida S. Abell, 
born December 16, 1854, daughter of Silas P. A bell, of Lebanon, 
Conn., zx\A Sophronia Robiyison. Residence, Lebanon, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7183. Lottie M. Spafford, boru June 14, 1S76. 

7184. Henry P. Spafford, boru April 3, 1878. 



804 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[B7'7B.] Emily P. Spafford, daughter of Henry A. Spafford 
and Mary E. Porter, (5385) married December 25, 1874, /. Eugene 
Tucker. Residence, Lebanon, Conn. 

Their children v»rere [being of the tenth generation :] 
7185. Henry P. Tucker, born April 18, 1877. 
7!SG. Eugene D. Tucker, boru November i, 1879. 

[BBB6.] Mary Porter Walton, daughter or Cruger Walton 
and Martha V. Wiggins, (3593) married August 28, 1878, Arthur 
A. Camp, M. D. 

[N1CH01.AS C.\.MP came from England to Milford, Conn., 1639. He mar- 
ried, as bis second wife, July 14, 1652, Catherine, widow of Aulhony Thomp- 
son, of New Haven. Representative, 1670-2; died 1706. 

Second Generation, Saviuel Camp, bom September 15, 1655, married 
November 13, 1672, Hannah Belts, boru November 12, 1652, daugliter of 
Thomas Bctls, of Milford, who was sou of Richard Betts, from county 
Herts, England, with viiie Joanna, to Tp«!wich, ^lass., i6}S; who removed to 
Newtown, L. I., 1656. 

Third G ' EtIOS Cumj', od-^i .u.iy lu, i03->, :n.iri:i'M .->pp-.c:;ii»t:r 

18, 1710, M.i win. 

(Richard Baldwin came from England, in the ship "Martin," to Mil- 
ford, Coun., where he n ' ' r- ., ;/voy> sisterof JitSKPU Ai^sop, 
of New Haven, Cor.u 

S'-io'tJ Crm I .. Baldwin, boni 1646, married September 20, 

1671, M. y 14, 1653, daughter of Rev. Pktrr Prld- 

DKN, fv . . to New Haven, Conn., i^-,?: removed to 

Milford, Conn., and died July — , 1656. 

,'>/, born 1690, marricii li::<:, Cump. 
, orn January 21, 1729, married Decem- 
ber 20, 1752, .V'ii^ail Gould, a descendant .tif Nathan Gould, of Fairfield, 
Conn., and Hannah Taholt, daughter ol John TalcoH, of Hartford, and 
Helena V/akeman, daughter of Joiu< Wakeman, of New Haven, Couu., 
from England. Residence, Milford, Conu. He died April 20, 1820. 

Fijth Generation, Abel Camp, boni March 17, 1756, married 17S1, Anna 
Manning. Residence, Sharou, Conn. He died February 17, 1S30. 

Sixth Generation, Daniel M. Camp, born April 21, 178S, married in 
Tuubridge, Vl., September 28, 1815, Sarepta Savage. He died in Derby, 
Vt., February 20, 1S70. She died May 30, 1852. 

Seventh Generation, Rev. A'o)tnan ]V. Camp, D. D., born , married 

Matilda T. Hopkins, daughter of Rt. Rev. John Henry Hopkins, a lawyer 



DE.SCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 805 

from Londonderry, Ireland, who became an Episcopal minister, and after- 
wards bishop of Vermont. 

Eighth Generation, Arthur A. Camp, born 1854, married Mary P. Wal- 
ton. He was a physician in Minneapolis, Minn., and died April 9, 1888. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7187. Arthur Walton Camp, bom September 25, 1879. 

7188. Ethel Camp, bom November 24, 1880. 

7189. Henry Cruger Camp, born January 14, 1886. 

[BBBBi] Henry Cr2iger IValton, son of Cruger Walton and 
Martha V. Wiggins, (5593) graduate of Columbia College and 
School of Mines. He studied mining, engineering and mettal- 
lurgy in University of Heidelberg, Germany ; Superintendent of 
Bessemer process in the "Edgar Thompson Works," Pittsburgh, 
Pa. He married in Philadelphia, Pa., July 15, 1879, Virginia 
Clay Jones. 

[David Jones, bom in Wales, 1668, came to America with the Welch 
emigration, to Pennsylvania in 1701, and settled first at Pennepack, near 
Philadelphia, removing to Great Valley, Chester county. In 1705, their 
first minister was David Evans. David Jones married Esther Morgan. 

Morgan ap Rydderch, a native of Altgoch, in the parish of Llanwenog, 
Cardiganshire, South Wales, united in 1667 with a church of the Baptist 
faith, at Rhydrylyn. His children, according to the Welch custom, assumed 
as their surname, the first name of their father. 

The sous, Enock and Abel Morgan, came to America. Enoch, in 1701, 
settled in Delaware, and in 1630, became pastor of the "Welch Tract Bap- 
tist Church," at Pennepack. Their sister, Esther Morgan, born in Wales, 
1678, married David Jones. He died at New Castle, Del., August 20, 1748. 
Mrs. Esther died October 2, 1754. 

Third Generation, Morgatt Jones, born 1698, married Eleanor Evans. 
Resided at Pencader-Hundred, New Castle county, Del. He died January 
4, 1760. She died September 7, 1759. 

Fourth Generation, David Jones, born May 12, 1736, at White-clay-creek- 
Hundred, Del., studied for the ministry at Middletown, N. J., with his cousin, 
Rev. Abel Morgan, and in 1766 was ordained pastor of the Upper Freehold 
church, Monmouth county, N. J. He married Febmary 22, 1762, Anne 
Stillwell, daughter of Joseph Stillwell, of Middletown, N. J. David Jones 
was missionary to the Indians in Ohio. In 1775 removed to Pennsylvania, 
and was pastor of Great Valley Baptist church, in Chester county. In the 
war of revolution he was appointed (April 27, 1776) chaplain of Col. Anthony 



806 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Wayne's regiment, and January i, 1777, brigade chaplain. He accompanied 
Gen. Wayne until 1790, and died February 5, 1820. Interred in Great Val- 
ley church yard. 

Fifth Cenej-ation, Horatio G. Jones, D. D., born February it, 1777, in 
Easton, Chester county, Pa., was minister at Salem, N. J., from February, 
1S02, to April, 1805. Removed to the bank of the Schuylkill river, now the 
twenty-first ward of Philadelphia. He organized, September 11, 1808, the 
"Lower Merion Baptist Church." One of the founders of the American 
Baptist Education Society, and of Haddington College. He married Sep- 
tember 3, 1804, Esther Righier, bom July 15, 1778, daughter oi John Righter 
and Eleanor Bankson. Rev. Dr. Jones died at Roxburgh, Pa., December 
12, 1853. Mrs, Eleanor Jones died December 29, 1808. 

Sixth Generation^ John Righter Jones, horn October 2, 1S03, at Salem, 
N. J., graduate of University of Pennsylvania. Admitted to the bar of Phil- 
adelphia 1827. In 1836 judge of the court of common pleas. 

He entered the service early in the war of the rebellion, and in February, 
1S62, was chosen colonel of the fifty-eighth Pennsylvania volunteers. Or- 
dered to Norfolk, Va., and thence to Newburn, N. C. On the 2tst of Ma}', 
1863, as acting brigadier-general in an action with the enemy at Gum Swamp, 
he was killed by a ball through his heart. He married Anne E. Ctay, then 
the widow of Anthony Laussatt. 

(Robert Clay and -vvifc ITannah, f^Slator) of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, 
England. 

Second Cc>u>\iliL"!, J\oOliI C'uy, born lobS, came to Delaware and set- 
tled at New Castle, where he married December 16, 17 10, Anne Curtis, born 
November 15, 1690, daughter of Winolock Curtis, of Kent county, Del. 
R. Clay was lost at sea 1717. Mrs. Anne Clay died May 3, 1747. 

Third Generation, Slator Clay, bom November 2, 171 1, married Febru- 
ary 12, 1740, Anne Curtis, daughter of yi95^/»A Curtis, and died Feb., 1767. 

Fourth Generation, Curtis Clay, born April o 1747, married September 
— , 1766, Margaret Wood. He died September 11, 1809. 

Fifth Generation, Joseph Clay, born 1768, married 1S05, Mary Ash- 
vteade, daughter of Capt. John Ashmeade, of Germantown, Pa. He died 
181 1. She died February 10, 1871, aged eighty-nine. 

Sixth Generation, Atvie Eliza Clay, bom July 26, iSio, married /. R. 
Jones. 

Seventh Generation, Virginia Clay Jones, born March 4, 1S54, married 
Henry C. Walton. He died in Saratoga Springs, July 19, 1S81. 

Their only child was [being of the tenth generation :] 
TllJO. Matilda Cruger Walton, born June i, i88r. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 807 

[BB74,] John Milton Burrall, sou of Wiiliam P. Bicrrall 
(5603) and Harriett Holley, (3921) married at Fort Reid, Florida, 
November 19, 1872, Mary H. Dickinson, daughter oi John Dick- 
inson, of Richmond, Va. 

This John Dickinson was a descendant, probably, oijohn Dick- 
inson who, in 1665, was one of the first settlers of Elizabeth, N. J. 
He was, probably, son of Philemon Dickinson, who came from 
county Suffolk, England, in 1637, to Salem, Mass., removing to 
Southold, I^. I., whence his sons removed in 1745 to New Jersey. 

J. M. Burrall died at sea, on the voyage from Florida to New 
York, May 18, 1880. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7191. William D. Burrall, born February — , 1876. 

7192. John D. Burrall, born February 20, 1880. 

[BB7Bi] Sarah Bostzuick Burrall, daughter of William P. 
Burrall (5603) and Harriett Holley, (3921) manned December 26, 
1861, Henry H. Anderson, counselor-at-law, New York City, son 
oi Riijus Anderson and Eliza Hill. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7193. Henry B. Anderson, born January 2, 1863. 

7194. William E. Anderson, born December 2, 1864. 

7195. Chandler P. Anderson, born September 5, 1868. 

7196. Harriett H. Anderson, born July 7, 1870, died August 28, 1879. 

[BSBli] Alice Allen, daughter of Matthew Allen and Diana 
Kingsbury, (5683) married December 19, 1865, Joh7i T. Ogden. 
Residence, Wellington, O. He sei-ved in an Ohio regiment in 
war of rebellion. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7197. Alice E. Ogden, born September 18, 1866. 

7198. Ella R. Ogden, born September 28, 1868. 

7199. Charles R. Ogden, born July 19, 1870. 

[7I2I1] Louisa Frederika Lawtoyi, daughter of Alexander 
Laxvton and Sarah G. Alexarider, (6419) married April i, 1878, 
Leonard C. Mackall, of Baltimore, Md. 



808 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Their children were [being of the eleventh generation :] 

7200. Leonard C. Mackall, born January 29, 1879. 

7201. Corinne L. Mackall, bom Febrnan,' 27, 1880. 

[712 B, Luc)' Hande Hull, daughter of George G. Hull and 
Afary C. Alexa7ider, (6412) married June 27, 1882, George J. Dald- 
iL'in, of Savannah, Ga. 

Their children were [being of the eleventh generation :] 

7202. George H. Baldwin, bom April 23, 18S3. 

7203. Daniel H. Baldwin, born November 28, 1884. 



Addenda. 



[lB7i] Rebecca Welles, daughter of Samuel Welles and Ruth 
Judson, (32) married 1723, Thomas Pitkin. 

[William Pitkin, from England to Hartford, Conn., 1660, son oi Roger 
Pitkin, of London. He was a lawyer ; attorney of tbe Colony ; representa- 
tive; treasurer. He married 1660, Hannah Goodu'in, bom 1638, daughter 
of OziAS Goodwin, of Hartford, from England. 

Second Generation, William Pitkin, born 1662, married 1686, Elizabeth 
Stanley. 

Timothy Stanley, from England, brother of Tlwinas, (sees,) Hartford, 
Conn., 1635; died 1848. 

Second Generation, Caleb Stanley, born iu England, married , 1665, 

Hannah Cowles, born 1644, daughter of John Cowles, of Hatfield, Mass., 
and wife Hannai 

Third General ion, jiiizabcih Stanley, born October 24, 1669, married 
William Pitkin. 

Third Generation, Thomas Pitkin, bom Juue 18, 1700, married 1723, 
Rebecca Welles. His sister, Sarah Pitkin, married Eleazer Porter. (204.) 

Fourth Generation, TJiomas Pitkin, born 1724, married July 25, 1744, 
Martha White. 

(Elder John White. See elsewhere. ■ 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 809 

Second Generation, Daniel IVhiie, born 1933, married November i, 1661, 
Sarah Crowe. 

Third Generation, pa^iiel White, bom July 4, 1671, married 1693, Sarah 
Bissell, born January 8, 1672, daughter of Thomas Bissell, of Windsor, and 
Abigail Moore, daughter of Deacon John Moore, from England. 

Fourth Generation, Thomas White, born July 10, 1701 ; Yale College 
1720; minister at Bolton, Conn.; married June 17, 1725, Martha Himt. 

Jonathan Hunt, from England, Northampton, Mass., married Septem- 
ber 3, 1662, Clemence Hosmer, daughter of Thomas Hosmer, of Hartford, 
from England. 

Second Generation, Jonathan Hunt, born January 20, 1665, married 1693, 
Martha Williams. 

(Robert Wilijams, from England, Roxbury, Mass. See elsewhere.) 

Second Generation, Samuel Williams, born in England, married March 
2, 1654, Theoda Parke, born July 26, 1637, daughter of William Parke, of 
Roxbury, from England. 

Third Generation, Martha Williams, born May 19, 1671, married /<?««- 
than Hunt. 

Third Generation, Martha Hunt, born April 18, 1699, married Thomas 
White. 

Fourth Generation, Martha White, born 1726, married Thomas Pitkin. 

Fifth Generation, Thomas White Pitkin, born September 25, 1747, mar- 
ried 1770-1, Rhoda Marsh, born July 20, 1754, daughter oi Joseph Marsh 
and Dorothy Masott. 

(John Mason, -was a lieutenant in the English army, in the Netherlands. 
He came to New England about 1630, Dorchester, Mass., removing in 1635, 
to Windsor, Conn. ; assistant ; he commanded the expedition against the 
Pequots, May, 1637 ; removed to Norwich, Conn. ; deputy-governor and 
major-general ; He died January 30, 1672. 

Second Generation, Daniel Mason, born April — , 1652, married 1673, 
Margaret Denison. 

(WiLiJAM Denison, with wife Margaret, from England, Rowley, Mass., 
in 1631. 

Second Generation, Edward Denison, bom in England, married March 
20, 1641, Elizabeth Weld, daughter of Joseph Weld, of Roxbury, from 
England. 

Third Generation, Margaret Denisott, born December 15, 1650, married 
Daniel Mason. 

Third Generation, Dattiel Mason, born November 26, 1674, married 
October 19, 1704, Dorothy Hobart. 



810 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTKR. 

^Rev. I'KTiiR HOBART, bom at Hingham, England; graduate Magdalen 
College; A. B. 1626; A. M. 1629; came to New England 1635; minister at 
Hingham, Mass. ; died 1679. 

Scco/id Ccncraliou, Rev. Jeremiah Hobarl, born in England, married 
Elizabeth IVfiiting, daughter of Rev. Samikl Whiting, of Lynn, Mass., 
from Boston, Lincolnshire, England, who married Elizabeth St. John, sister 
of Oliver St. John, Chief Justice of Common Pleas of England. 

Third Generation, Dorothy Hobart, born August 21, 1679, married Daniel 
Mason. 

Fourth Generation, Jeremiah Mason, horn March 4, 1705, married May 
24, T727, Mary Clark, daughter of Thomas Clark, of Haddam, Conn. Resi- 
dence, NorNvich, Conn. He died 1779. 

FijLh Generation, Dorothy ^ft<:o^1, bom .April *>, 1733, married Tnnuary 
10, 1750, Joseph Marsh. 

Sixth Generation,' Km .u: .Mat ■•.^ iicjrr. juiy -^u, i/; 1, iiia-riL-'i /. (i . Pit- 
kin. Residence, Hartford, Vt 

Sixth Generation, Samuel Pitkin, bom December 30, 1777, was a phy.si- 
ciau in Ballston, N. Y., and surgeon in the army in war of 1S12. He married 
180-6, Hizabiih Hamlin, and died March 27, 1S23. She died June 25, 1S29. 

Tlieir children were [beiug of the seventh generation :J 

7204. E. Darwin Pitkin, Ijom June 24, 1808, married Frances A. Wilcox. 

"I'l^i't. Caroline Pitkin, born November 3, 1810, married James Slocum. 

7l'<|'). Pamela E. Pitkin, bom .\pril 11, 1813, married same. 

7lX)7. Elizabeth Pitkin, bom April 24, 1815, died 1836. 

7l?">.S. Samuel }*itkin, born Octol^r 5, 1817, merchant in Saratoga. 

Tl'O'.i. Lucy Pitkin, born February S. rSi-^, died 1840. 



[335.] Jeruslia Porter, daughter of David Porter, (86) married 
February 14, 1739, Thomas Pcrrin. He died July — , 1789. She 
died May 23, 1754. 

Their children were [being of the .sixth generation :] 

7210. Thomas Perriu, bom June i, 1740, married Martha Savary. 

7211. Jemsha Pcrrin bora 1742, married Asahel Phe^ps. 

7212. Sarah Perrin, born 1744, married Elias Jagger. 

7213. Solomou Perriu, bom February 25, 1745, married Anna Kellogg. 

7214. Aaron Perrin, bora September 14, 1746. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 81 1 

7215. Lydia Perrin, May ii, 1748. 

721G. Zachai-iah Perrin, March 3, 1750, married Mary INilrott. 

7217. Ephraim Perrin, bot« Julj' 2, 1752. 

[7210 1 ] Thomas Perrm^^^n of Thomas Perri7i qx\A Jettisha 
Porter, (395) married Martha ^ctvury. He lived in Granville, 
Washington county, N. Y., and died 1&22. 

[7 213 1 ] Solofnon Perrin, son of Thomas Perrin z.vA Jerusha 
Porter, (395) married June 17, 1773, An7ia Kellogg. Residence, 
Vernon, Conn. He died September 8, 1826. She died March 
13. 1834. 

Their children were [being of the seventh generation :] 

7218. Anna Perrin, born May 3, 1775, married Reuben Sumner. 

7219. Jerusha Perrin, born October 22, 1778, married Henry P. Sumner. 

7220. Solomon Perrin, born April 25, 1781, married Sarah N. Bott. 

7221. Aaron Perrin, born June 9, 1786, married Lois Lee. 

7222. Asahel Perrin, born May 12, 1789, married Betsey Hammond. 

[72IB1] Zachariah Perri7i, son of Thomas Perriji and fenisha 
Porter, (395) married January i, 1781, Mary Talcott, and died 
September 11. 1828, aged seventy. He died March 28, 1838. 
Residence, Berlin, Vt. 

Their children were [being of the seventh generation :] 

7223. Polly Perrin, born 1781, died unmarried 1798. 

7224. Betsey Perrin, born March 7, 1783, married Rev. James Hobart. 

7225. Samuel Perrin, born November — , 1785, married Sarah Reid. 

7226. Pamela Perrin, born 17S7, married David Nye. 

7227. Porter Perrin, born February i, 1790, married Lucy Kinney. 

7228. William Perrin, born 1793, married Fanny Thompson. 

T229. Truman Perrin, born April 28, 1796, married Pronecy Tyndall. 

7230. Mary Perrin, born 1798, married Julius Y. Dewey. 

7231. Sophia Perrin, born 1800, married Joseph Somerby. 

[721B.] Anna Perrin, daughter of Solomo?t Perrin (7213) and 
Anna Kellogg, married November 2, 1794, Reuben Sumner, son 
of Reuben Sumner and Elizabeth Mack, and brother of Rev. Henry 
P. Sumner. (See 3657.) Residence, Hebron, Conn. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 



312 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

72.'.2. Sarah Simmer, born October 26, 1796, married Jobu H. Post. 
7L'o3. Harvej' Sumuer, born June 25, 1798, died unmarried. 

7234. Hiram F. Sumner, born February 4, 1800, married Caroline Conaut. 

7235. Mary A. Sumner, born June 26, 1812, died September 17, 1813. 
7-3(). William H. Sumner, boni Jan. 21, 1815, married Elizabeth Bucklaud. 
7237. Mary A. Sumner, bom Sept. 20, 1816, married Christopher Woodhouse. 

[72 2D.] Solomoji Pcrrin, son of Solomon Pcrrin (7213) and 
Anyia Kellogg, married January 4, 1810, in Salem, Roanoke Co., 
Va., Sarah Neale Bott, daughter oi Joel Bolt and Lucy May. He 
was an arti.st ; lived in Virginia, and died October 31, 1833. She 
died September 4, 1851. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation : 
7838. William P. Ferrin, bom April 21, 181 1. 

7239. Mary A. Perrin, born July 27, 1815, married Noah Sharpe. 

7240. Eliza M. Perrin, born October 26, 1815, married L. Christian. 

7241. Aaron A. Perrin, born May 23, 1818, married Eliza Lavsson. 
7.")t2. John Q. A. Perrin, born April 27, 1821, married Elizabeth Talcott. 

7243. Henry C. Perrin bom January 11, 1825, married Susan Secriet. 

7244. James J. Perrin, born May 23, 1829, married Margaret Caner. 

[7221.] Aaron Perrin, son of Solomon Pcrrin (7213) and 
Anna Kellogg, married April 30, 1812, Lois Lee, who died May 
21, 1873, aged eighty. He died Januar^"^ 17, 1875. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

7245. Marianne Perrin, born July 26, 1813, married Samuel Galpin. 

7246. Marietta Perrin, twin, born , married E. J. Brigham. 

7247. Solomon L. Perrin, bom May 15, 1S16, married Anne E. Conisioci:. 
724S. Sarah R. Perrin, bom Augnst 31, 1821, married R. D. Bancroft. 

[7222,] Asahel Pcrrin, son of Solomon Pcrri?i (7213) and 
An?ia Kellogg, married June 2, 1816, Betsey Hammond. He died 
July 31, 1853. She died January 19, 1847. 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

7249. Jenisha B. Perrin, bom April 17, 1817, married Albert Galpin. 

7250. Asahel H. Perrin, born, Septem. 6, 1819, married Mary W. Chapman. 

7251. Charles R. Perrin, born April 9, 1823, died January 10, 1848. 

7252. Anna Perrin, bom March 29, 1826, married Charles E. Fish. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 813 

[!Z244i] James J. Perrin, son of Solomon Pcrrin (7220) and 
Sarah N. Bott, married December 23, 1851, Margaret Caner. He 
was president of National Bank, Lafayette, Ind, 

[Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

7253. Flora J. Perriu, boru June 21, 1853. 

7254. William H. Perrin, born June 2, 1855, married Minnie M. Weaver. 

7255. John O. Perrin, born June 17, 1857, married Elinor C. Bates. 

7256. Luella Perrin, born September 4, 1861, married Bernadotte Perrin. 

7257. Addie C. Perrin, born July 28, 1863, died March 6, 1866. 

7258. James H. Perriu, born October 5, 1871. 

[7245i] Marianne Perrin^ daughter of Aaron Perrin (7221) 
and Lois Lee, married November 28, 1844, Samuel Galpin. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
765!). Samuel A. Galpin, born January 5, 1846. 

7260. Lavalette P. Galpin, born July — , 1848. 

[724Bi] Mariette Perrin, daughter of Aaron Perrin (7221) 
and Lois Lee, married November 29, 1845, Edwin J. Brigham. 
She died August 6, 18S2. 
» Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

7261. Arthur Brigham, born December 8, 1850. 

7262. Elbert Brigham, born May 10, 1849. 
7260. Mary Brigham, born September 2r, 1858. 

[7247.] Solomon L. Perrin, son of Aaron Pen-in (7221) and 
Lois Lee, married June 4, 1844, Anna L. Comstock. He was a 
graduate of Yale College ; D. D. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 
726-1. Bernadotte Perriu, born September 15, 1847, married Luella Perrin. 
72(i5. Catherine Perrin, born December 8, 1850, married Charles C. Lester. 

7266. Addison Perrin, born September 22, 1852, died 187 1. 

[724Bi] Sarah R. Perrin, daughter of ^^rc?? Perrin (7221) 
and L^ois L^ee, married January 15, 1839, Rev. David Bancroft, 
who died March 11, 1875. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

7267. Herbert P. Bancroft, born December 29, 1839. 

7268. Bernadotte Bancroft, born October 14, 1841. 



814 desg«;ndants of'john porter. 

[72 54.] William H. Pcrrin, son oi James J. Perrin (7244) 
and Margaret Caner, married September 9, 1879, Minyiie M. 
Weaver. He was vice-president National Bank, lyafayette, Ind. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 
726!». Luella Perrin, born July 12, 18S1. 

7270. Ethel M. Perrin, boru March 6, 1S85. 

[72 55t] Joh7i O. Perrin, son oi James J. Perrin (7244) and 
Margaret Caner, married Octobers, 1883, Eleanor Cathcart Bates, 
daughter of Hervey Bates and Charlotte Catheart. Residence, In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7271. IIer\'ey B. Perrin, born November 8, 1SS4. 

7272. John Perrin, born Jauuarj' 16, 1SS7. 

[72 B4.] Bernadottc Perrin, son of Solomon Perrin (7247) 
and Anna L. Comstock, graduate of Yale College 1869, and at 
University of Gottingen, Germany. He married August 17, i88r, 
Luella Perrin, (7249) 

Their children were [being of the tenth generation :] 

7273. Lee L. Perrin, bom December 22, 18S4. 

7274. Lester W. Perrin, bom October 31, 1SS6. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 815 

It is believed that Alexander Porter, (392) son of Daniel Por- 
ter and Mindwell Alexander, died in infancy, and that a second 
Alexander, born subsequently, was the one here named in the 
data furnished b}^ Admiral D. D. Porter, U. S. Navy. 



Alexander Porter, born in Massachusetts, May 5, 1727, mar- 
ried Margaret Henry. 

Their children were [being of the sixth generation :] 

1. David Porter, born April 6, 1754. 

2. Robert Porter, born October 3, 1755. 

3. Nancy Porter, born December 18, 1757. 

4. Samuel Porter, born October 4, 1759. 

o. Alexander Porter, born August 22, 1764. 

6. John Porter, born September i, 1766. 

7. Margaret Porter, born September 2, 1768. 

[li] David Porter, son of Alexayider Porter and Margaret 
Henry, settled in Boston, Mass. He married Rebecca Gay. 

Their children were [being of the seventh generation :] 
8. David Porter, born February i, 1780, married Evelina Anderson. 
0. Rebecca Porter, born 1782, married Rosenmuller. 

10. Mary Porter, born 1785, married Brown. 

11. Nancy Porter, born 1787, married Alexander Porter. 

12. Margaret Porter, born 1789, married G. H. Heap. 

13. John Porter, born I79r, married Eliza Clarke. 

[Bi] David Po7-ter, son of David Porter (i) and Rebecca Gay, 
married March 10, 1S08, Evelina Anderson. In 1812 captain of 
frigate "Essex," U. S. Navy; commodore, and minister to Tur- 
key 1839. He died at Para, 1843. ' 

Their children were [being of the eighth generation :] 

14. William D. Porter, born 1809, married Elizabeth Beall. 
1.3. Elizabeth Porter, born 181 1, died unmarried. 

16. David D. Porter, born 1813, married Georgiana Patterson. 

17. Thomas Porter, born 1815, captain Mexican Navy. 

18. Theodoric Porter, born 181 7, captain U. S. A., killed in Mexico. 

19. Hambleton Porter, born 1819, lieut. U. S. N. 

20. Henry Porter, born 1821, lieut. U. S. N. 



816 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

[14 1] William D. Porter, son of Commodore David Porter and 
Evelina Anderso7i, entered the navy in 1823. In 1861 he com- 
manded the ironclad "Essex," on the Mississippi river. At Fort 
Henry he was severely wounded. In August, 1862, he destroyed 

the rebel ironclad " Arkansas." He died 1864. He manned , 

Elizabeth Be all. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

21. William Porter, boru . 

22. Rowena Porter, boru . 

23. Edna Porter, boru . 

[IB,] David D. Porter, son of Commodore David Porter and 
Evelina A?iderson, entered the nav>- as midshipman in 1829 ; lieut. 
in 1 841 ; Mexican war 1846-7 ; commander in 1861. In command 
Mi.ssissippi squadron at bombardment of Forts Jackson and St. 
Philip. In 1863 siege of Vicksburg. Promoted to rear admiral 
Jul}' 4, 1863. Commanded the naval force in the attack on Fort 
Fisher, December, 1864, and Januarj', 1865. Vice-admiral July 

25. 1866, and admiral August — , 1870. 

He married March 12, 1839, Gcorgiana Patterson, daughter of 
Commodore Daniel T. Patterson, U. S. N. 

Their children were [being of the ninth generation :] 

24. Georgiaua Porter, bom . 

2.J. Nina Porter, bom . 

26. Dand Essex Porter, bom , married I<ily Abert. 

27. Carlisle P. Porter, born , married C.irrie Caprou. 

28. Theodoric Porter, born , married Betty Mason. 

29. Elizabeth Porter, bom , married L. C. Logan, U. S. N. 

;?(>. Richard Porter, bom . 

;^.l. Rlena pMrter, hnvTi 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 817 



APPENDICES. 



Appendix I. 

Extract from " Mather's Antiquities :" 

"It was not long before the Massachusetts colony was become a hive over, 
stocked with bees, and many of the new inhabitants entertained thoughts 
of swarming into plantations extended further into the country. 

The fame of the Connecticut river, a long, fresh, rich river, as indeed 
the Indian name "Connecticut" is Indian for "Long river," made it a little 
Nilus in the expectation of the good people about the Massachusetts bay. 
Whereupon many of the planters belonging to the towns of Cambridge, 
Dorchester, Watertown and Roxbury took up resolutions to move a hundred 
miles for a further settlement upon this famous river. 

Reader ! come with me now to behold some worthy, and learned, and 
genteel persons going to be buried alive in the banks of the Connecticut. 
* * * * So there was a great remove of good people thither. 

On this remove, they that went from Cambridge became a church on a 
spot of ground now called Hartford ; they that went from Dorchester be- 
came a church at Windsor ; they that Went from Watertown sat down at 
Weathersfield, and they that left Roxbury were iu-chiurched higher up the 
river at Springfield, at a place which was afterwards found within the lines 
of the Massachusetts charter. This was in 1635. 



Appendix II. 

Extract from a letter of Rev. I. N. Tarbox, D. D. 

Boston, Mass., July 17, 1884. 
Henry Porter Andrews, Esq. 

Dear Sir : I received your kind note this morning, and it occurs to me 
to say what perhaps I said to you by letter, some time since, though I am 
not quite certain. 

Mr. John Porter seemingly had affinities with the Dorchester company, 
before it left England. He did not come over with it in 1630, nor did he 



618 DEvSCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

joiu it while it remained in Dorchester, 1630-1636. He first appears at Wind- 
sor, Conn., with his wife and children, in the ^-ear 1637, and was at once 
treated as a man known and respected. He was put npon a committee in 
1637, and was made a con.stable in 1639, then a high and responsible ofBce. 
All the facts connected with him during his life at Windsor, indicate plainly 
that he was a man of substance and standing. 

Man}' years ago I read his will, and wondered whj' his wife was not men- 
tioned in it. I accepted the record of Mr. Stiles, that she died on tlu- 12th 
May following, and so she would naturally have been named in such a docu- 
ment, but no trace of her appears in it. 

It so happens that the present town clerk of Windsor is a class-mate of 
mine, John B. Woodford, Esq. A few years ago I .spent a night at his house 
and was speaking to him about John Porter's will, and the curious fact that 
his wife was not mentioned, when thinking a moment he said that among 
certain errors which he had discovered in "Stiles," he thought there was 
one pertaining to John Porter and family, and if I wnnll 'rn wmh liim tn the 
office in the morning he would point it out. 

I did so, and he showed me from the very early records that the A'osc 
Porter, who was buried May 12, 164S, was the daughter ^^t i mv t, .1. dw 
and that his wife died in July. 1647. 

1 tliink that the dates I have given here, as to John Porier s arrival in 
this country, the dale of his death, and those of his wife and daughter, will 
be found correct. 

Very truly yours, INCREASE N. TARBOX. 



Appexuix III. — Will of John Porter. 

A particular courte in Hartford, Conn., June 7, 1649. This day was pre- 
sented to this courte, the last will and testament of John Porter, late of 
W^yndsor, deceased, and the inventory of his estate. Anno 164S, Apl. 20. 

"Imprimis. This is the last will and testament made by me, John Por- 
ter, of Wyndsor. Although now weake and sick in body, yet perfect in 
memory, do bequeathe my soule to Gor> thnt frive it. and my body to be 
buried, and my goods as followeth : 

Item. I give to my eldest son, Joiiu i-ori'-r, one luinMitii pounds, and to 
my second son, James Porter, I give three score f>ounds, and to my other 
si.x children, to wit: Samuel Porter, Rebecca Porter, Rose Porter, Mary 
Porter, Sarah Porter and Anna Porter, I give to them thirty pounds apiece, 
which is to raised out of my whole estate, as housings, lauds, cattle ^nd 
household goods, and is to be paid as they come to be twenty years of age, 
or sooner if my overseers see just cause, without whose consent I would not 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 819 

have them to manage ; which if they do, it shall be in the power of my 
overseers to abate of their portions, and give it to the others that are more 
deserving. 

And in case of any of my children die before they be married or be 
twenty years of age, their portion shall be equally divided amongst the rest, 
unless the overseers see cause to abate it upon the eldest. In case my estate 
shall be found upon particular view, to rise to be more in value than these 
portions above given, or less than the sum, my will is that it shall be pro- 
portionally added or rebated to my children's several portions, except my 
overseers see cause to abate my eldest son, that hath the biggest poi'tion, or 
likewise my second. 

The particular goods wherein each child shall have his portion paid out 
of my whole estate, I leave to the direction of my overseers. My son, 
Joseph Judsou, is to take twenty shillings of Thomas Thornton, next winter. 

Also, I give fifty shillings to Wyndsor church. My desire is that my 
beloved friends would be the overseers of this my last will and testament, 
Mr. Warham of Wyndsor, Mr. Goodwin of Hartford, Goodman White of 
Hartford, and Matthew Griswold of Wyndsor. 

Witness, JOHN PORTER. 

Henry Ci.arke, 

ABIGAIIv Branker. 



Appendix IV 

The principal planters of Massachusetts, says Chalmers, were English 
country gentlemen, of no inconsiderable fortunes; of enlarged understand- 
ings, improved by liberal education ; of extreme ambition, concealed under 
the appearance of religious humility. 

The leading emigrants to Massachusetts were of that brotherhood of 
men who, by force of social consideration, as well as intelligence and reso- 
lute patriotism, moulded the public opinion and action of England in the 
first half of the sixteenth century. While the larger part stayed at home 
to found, as it proved, the short lived English republic, another part devoted 
themselves at once to the erection of free institutions in the distant wil- 
derness. 

In an important sense the associates of the Massachusetts company were 
builders of the British as well as the New England commonwealth. Some 
ten or twelve served in the Long Parliament. Of the four commoners (jf 
that parliament, distinguished by Lord Clarendon, as first in influence, Vane 
had been governor of the company, and Hainpden, Pyni and Fiennes (all 
patentees of Connecticut) were consulted upon its affairs, as also the Earl of 



820 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

IVamnck, and those excellent persons, Lord Say-and-Sele and Lord Brooke, 
1>oth of whom at one time proposed to emigrate. 

This company's meetings placed Winlhrop and his colleagues in relation 
with numerous persons destined to act bus}' parts in the stirring times that 
were approaching ; Hrereion and Hcwson (aAerwards two of the parliamen- 
tary major-generals) with I'hilip Ajr, who helped Sir Henrj- Vane to cozen 
the Scottish Presbyterian commissioners, with Samuel I'assa/, with JoAn 
Vein, who at the head of six thousand citizens, beset the House of Lords, 
during the trial of Lord Strafl<jrd, and who King Cb^irles, after the battle of 
Edge Hill, excluded from his ofTer of pardon ; with Owau Rowe, the fire 
brand of the city ; with Thomas Andrews, Lord Mayor of London, who pro- 
claimed the abolition of royalty, and others of equal distinction. 



Al'PENUIX V. 

Rev. Jjl.^: } oun^s, of Southold, had been minister ol bl. Margaret's 
Church, Suffolk, England. He came to America with his wife Joan and six 
children. They would have come to Salem, Mass., in ship "Mary Anne," 
from Great Yarmouth, Knv^'land, iu May, 1637, as is seen in the records at 
Westminster, Ivngland, where it is noted. 

"This man was forbyden passage by the commissioners, and went not 
" from Yarmouth." 

" Perhaps tlie scrivener had no idea of a negative pregnant, as the law- 
" yers say, but may have supposed tliat tlie power of the great archljishop, 
" the imperious and foolish Laud, could forever restrain the migration. As 
"the whole complication of ecclesiastical authority was overthrown \hf 
" next year, the Puritan's desire was then, if not earlier, granted." 

He came to New Haven, Conn., with part of his church in 1640, and 
began the settlement of Southold, in October of that v. .r M-ii.ere he died in 
1672, aged seventy-four years. 

His eldest son, Jo/tn Youngs, bom iu England. 1623, lived in Southold, 
and iu 1680 was sheriff" of that island ; member of council 1683-97 ; colonel 
of the Suffolk militia to his death, 1698, and judge of the county of "York- 
shire." 



Appendix V^L 

Allusion having Ijeen made to the "ship in the air," it may be of interest 
to insert the following : 

The people of New Haven having built a ship, freighted and dispatched it 
for England with a cargo of their products. They sailed in January, 1647, 
and were obliged to cut their waj* out of the harbour through tlae irr TIt--' 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 821 

were uever heard of after. According to the belief of the period, the appa- 
rition of this ship was seen in the air after she had foundered. Rev. Cotton 
Mather, having heard of this belief, wrote to his friend. Rev. James Pierpout, 
and received the following reply : 

"Rev. and Dear Sir : In compliance with your desires, I now give you 
the relation of that apparition of a ship in the air, which I have received 
from the most credible, judicious and curious sui-viving observers of it. 

In the year 1647, besides much other lading, a far more rich treasure of 
passengers, (five or six of whom were persons of chief note and worth iu 
New Haven,) put themselves on board a new ship, built at Rhode Island, of 
about one hundred and fifty tons, but so walthy ("crank") that the master 
(L,amberlou) often said that she would prove their grave. 

In the month of January, cutting their wa^' through much ice, in which 
they were accompanied by the Rev. Sir. Davenport, besides many ether 
friends, with many fears, as well as prayers and tears, they set sail, Mr. Da- 
venport, in prayer, with an observable emphasis, used these words : 

" Lord, if it be thy pleasure to bury these our friends in the bottom of 
the sea, they are thine, save them." 

The spring following, no tidings of these friends arrived with the ships 
from England. New Haven's heart began to fail her. This put the good 
people on nmch prayer, both public and private, that the Lord would (if it 
was his pleasure) let them know what He had done with their dear friends, 
and prepare them with a suitable submission to His holy will. 

In June next ensuing, a great thunder storm arose out of tlie northwest l 
after which, the hemisphere being serene about an hour before sunset, a ship 
of like dimensions with the aforesaid, -with her canvass and colors abroad, 
though the wind northerly, appeared iu the air, coming up from our harbor's 
month, which lyes southward from the town, seemingly with her sails filled 
under a fresh gale, holding her course north, and continuing under observa- 
tion, sailing against the wind for the space of half an hour. 

Many were drawn to behold this great work of God, yea, the very chil- 
dren cryed out "there's a brave ship." At length, crouding up as far as there 
is usually water sufficient for such vessel, and so near some of the spectators, 
as they imagined a man might hurl a stone on board her ; her maintop 
seemed to be blown off, but left hanging in the shrouds ; then her mizzen- 
top ; then all her masting seemed blown away by the board. Quickly after, 
the hulk brought into a careen, she overset, and so vanished into a smoky 
cloud, which in some time dissipated, leaving as everywhere else a clear air. 

The admiring spectators could distinguish the several colors of each part, 
the principal rigging, and such proportions as caused not only the geuer- 



822 DESCENDANTS OF JOHX PORTER. 

ality of persous to say "this was the mould of their ship, and this was her 
tragick end;" but Mr. Davenport also in public declared to the effect 
"That God had condescended, for the quieting of their afflicted spirits, this 
extraordinary account of His sovereign disposal of those for whom so many 
fervent prayers were made continually." 

Thus I am, sir, your humble strvadt, 

JAMES PIERPONT." 



Appendix VI. 
Sketch of the life of Col. Joshua /6rtkr, written by himself: 

Salisbury, August ye 2nd, 1S20. 

"I now being in ye 91st year of my age, sit down to write a short hislorj' 
of my life. 

"I was bom in Lebanon, county of Windham, Stale of Connecticut, on 
ye 26th day of June, A. D. 1730, of respectable parents. My father was a 
country merchant, and in ye year 1739, being in Boston, transacting his 
business, taking up goods, etc., he there sickene<l and died, being about 
thirty-five years old, leaving a widow and four children, two sons and two 
daughters, viz : Nathaniel and Joshua, Mehitabel and Eunice. I am now ye 
only surviving one of ye children. My father, at his death, left, a decent 
property, and after ye estate being settled it was divided among his heirs ; 
my brother being ye oldest son took two shares. My mother liveti a widow 
about five years and then married. I then being fourteen years old chose a 
.guardian, to-\vit, my great uncle, Peter Buell, Esq., of Coventry, with whom 
I lived about five years, and worked at the farming business. My brother, 
having had college education, look his first degree September, 1749, I being 
at commencement. I then determined to lay out ye small patrimony left 
to me by my father in getting an education. My brother settling at New 
Haven, 1 immediately repaired there, and studietl under ray brother, and ye 
next September I was examined and admitted a member of college, and in 
September, 1755, I was graduated, soon after which I was invited to go to 
Newbern, North Carolina, to keep a family school, and accordingly I went, 
and tliere remained towards a year. I then returned to Lebanon where 
mother lived, and soon after I went again to Coventrj-, and studied physic 
and surgery with a Doct. Josiah Rose, and after I ju<lged I was able to com- 
mence ye practice of physic, I returned once more to Lebanon and there 
a practice, but being there old practitioners my business was small. In 
1 liber, 1757, hearing of ye death of Doct. Solomon U'il Hants, of Salis- 
bury, Conn., and there being no physician in the town, I was advised to 
settle there. Accordingly I went, about ye latter end of je month, and soon 



DESCENDANTS OF JOPIN PORTER. 823 

went into full practice, which I followed for about forty years from ye time 
I went there. I boarded with one Mr. John P^arle, (a respectable member 
of society,) until Ma)^ 1759, and in March of same year I purchased about 
three acres of laud, with a small dwelling house and a small barn standing 
thereon, including a small orchard. For ye premises I gave ^60 lawful 
money. 

On ye 14th day of May, 1759, I married Abigail Buell, daughter of my 
aforesaid guardian, with whom I lived with ye greatest harmoii}', and con- 
nubial state until ye 7th day of October, 1797, at which time .she died, and 
by whom I had six children, viz. Joshua, Abigail, Eunice, Augustus, Peter B. 
and vSally. 

On ye 31st day of December, 1799, I married Jerusha Fitch, widow of 
Hezekiah Fitch, Esq., deceased, daughter of Col. Burr, of Frarfield, with 
whom I lived until February, 1808, at which time she died. In August fol- 
lowing, I married Lucy, widow of Samuel Butcher, with whom I lived until 
August, 18 [4, at which time she died. She was daughter of Col. John Ashley 
of ShefiBeld, Mass. 

In June, 1761, I. purchased of Daniel IMorris his dwelling house and one 
acre of land, lying at ye forking of ye road, leading from ye meeting house, 
and thirty-eight acres on ye east side of ye road, for which I gave ^494 law- 
ful monej' ; and in May, 1763, I purchased of Daniel Morris one hundred 
and seventeen acres of laud, ye remaining part of his farm, for which I gave 
him /'190 lawful monej'. In 1777 I purchased of Elijah Bennett eighty-two 
acres of land, for which I gave him ^^242 lawful mone)'. Since purchasing 
this laud I have carried on considerable farming business, some years having . 
sold grain, wheat, rye, corn, etc., and carried on the making of potash, for 
several years, at ye same time keeping a handsome stock on my farm. 

In ye year 1766 (July) I was innoculated with the small pox, and in ye 
fall after Mr. Amos Bird, of Salisbury, set up a house in ye oblong, in which 
I innoculated a number of persons, having purchased ye skill of Dr. Durard, 
of Elizabethtown, in ye Jerseys, since which time I have innoculated a num- 
ber with great success, and some considerable profit. 

As to my political and public life it is as follows : Two years after I came 
into Salisbury I was chosen as a lister, to which office I was annually ap- 
pointed for three years going. A few years after I was appointed one of ye 
selectmen of ye town, which office I sustained about twenty years. In Sep- 
tember, 1765, I was chosen a representative to attend the general assembly 
in October of ye same year, since which time I think I have been a member 
of ye assembl}- rising of forty sessions being almost annually chosen during 
ye revolutionary war. 



824 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

In ye year 1 777 I was appointed justice of ye peace for ye county of I^itch- 
fiekl, and in ye year 1778 I was appointed justice of quorum for ye county, 
whicli I held until ye year 1791, when I was appointed judge of ye court, 
which office I held until ye year 1808; and in ye year 1774 I was appointed 
judge of probate for ye district of Sharon, which office I held until ye year 
1S12, being thirty-seven years. In ye year 1774 I was appointed lieutenant- 
colonel of ye seventeenth regiment of militia of j'e State of Connecticut, 
which office I sustained a number of years during ye revolutionary war, 
during which time I commanded a regiment at Peekskill, six weeks, and at 
ye town of Danbury, which being burnt, and likewise commanded a regi- 
ment at the capture of Gen. Burgoyne and army, and was iu ye battles in 
ye year 1777. 

Appr.NUlx VII. 

Col. II lUiiini «/. iJnd, of r.uffalo, N. Y., cominunicitcs the tullowuig: 

" On the 23d June, 181 2, only the fifth day after war was declared, (with 

England) my brother was killed by au 18 lb. shot from the frigate ' Belvi- 

•Icre,' tlie particulars of whicli 'cated by Commodore Rodgcrs 

on his arrival in Boston in Oct ,, " 

' .\t the commencement of the action on board the 'Tresident,' frigate, 
a ball (au 18 pdr.) from the 'Belvidere,' came over the waist cloths of the 
* President,' and such was its force that it actually cut o.T, without throwing 
iliem down, the muzzles of several of the muskets, (left there by the ma- 
rines,) from six to eight inches in length, killed one marine, took off the 
wrist of one midshijnnan, (Mr. Monlgomer>',) killed another, (Mr. Bird,) 
ingether with the quarter gunner, and finally lodged upon the deck, and 
was taken below by the narrator of Ibis and shown the third lieutenant 
(Mr. Dallas) who took it in his hand and wrote on it with chalk : * Cousin, 
I have received your present and return it,' clapped it iu the gun himself 
and fired the piece. It is a remarkable fact, that it actually killed several 
of the officers and men on the 'Belvidere,' and finally lodged in the cabin 
of that vessel, where it was afterwards hung up as a globe during the war." 
(See John Herman Bird, Midshipman U. S. Navy.) 



Appendix VIII. 

Col. Albert Pawling was a native of Duchess county, N. Y., son of Col. 
Levi Pawling, an officer of the .\merican anuy. 

Col. Albert Pawling joined the army as second lieutenant in a regimert 
commanded by Col. James Clinton, and went to Canada, where he ser>'ed 
under Gen. Montgomery in the fatal expedition of 1776. In that year he 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 825 

was appointed a brigade-major under Gen. George Clinton, and served as 
such until 1777, when he was made a major in one of the sixteen additional 
regiments, under Col. William Malcolm. 

Under a mistaken view of the situation, in 1779, Major Pawling sent in 
his resignation, which the following letter from Washington could not 
induce him to recall : 

"Headquarters, Middlebrook, 2d March, 1779. 

"Sir: In your letter of 25th ult. you seem to have misconceived the 
intention of Congress, upon which is founded your application lor leave to 
resign. 

"It is not their purpose to reduce Col. Malcolm's regiment. This will 
be incorporated with Col. Spencer's, and as you are the only major in the 
two regiments of course you will be continued. 

"After considering the just claims which the country has on good officers, 

I am persuaded you will suspend your application. 

"I am, sir, 

" Your most humble serv't, 

GEO : WASHINGTON. 
"To Major Albert Pawling." 

Col. Pawling afterwards served as colonel of a regiment of Swiss for the 
defense of the New York frontier. 

"Pawling avenue," in Troy, the city of his adoption, perpetuates his 
memory. (See Judge N. B. Sylvester's History of Rensselaer county.) 



Appendix XIV. 

The following sketch of Judge Augustus Porter was prepared by his son, 
Albert H. Porter, of Niagara Falls, N. Y., who says in that connection : 

"It is very imperfect, and only glances at some of the more important 
events in his long, active and useful life, and his connection with, and the 
prominent part he bore, in the early history of Western New York, Ohio 
and the great lakes. 

"Augustus Porter was born in Salisbury, Conn., January iS, 1769, the 
second son of Doctor (and Colonel) Joshua Porter, in a family of three sons 
and three daughters. He received a common English education, including 
a course of mathematical instruction, and was well qualified for the business 
he had chosen — that of land surveying— and also for the successful applica- 
tion of water-power, and kindred enterprises, requiring mechanical skill, in 
which he was for many years engaged. 

" In the spring of 1789, at the age of twenty years, he left his native state 
for Ontario (then Montgomery) county, in the State of New York, as a well 



826 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

qualified surveyor, at first to survey lauds in which his father held an inter- 
est, and afterwards in the same capacity in the employment of the original 
purchasers of the lauds of Western New York from the State of INIassachu- 
setLs. He was an assistant sur\'eyor to Andrew Elliott, snrveyor-general of 
the United States, in running the line from Pennsylvania to Lake Ontario, 
as also of all the lands lying west of Seneca Lake, first sold by the State of 
Massachusetts to Phelps and Gorham, and afterwards to Robert Morris, the 
great financier of the war of the Revolution. 

" In 1796 Mr. Porter was employed by the Connecticut Land Company as 
chief surveyor, with a large corps of assistants and other men, to make a 
survey of the lands on the south shore of Lake Erie, being the reservation 
made by the State of Connecticut from the grant made by the United States 
of western territory', called the "Western Reserv'e," the boundaries of which 
were described by latitude and longitude, no sur\-ey having at that time been 
made, and the portion covered by Lake Erie not known. No settlements 
had been made on this territory. It was still an unbroken wilderness, a large 
portion of which was in possession of unfriendly tribes of Indians. 

" Mr. Porter made a traverse of the lake, from the east to the west bounds 
of the territory, to enable him to estimate the f]nfintity of land within the 
boundaries not covered by the lake 

"A large number of townships \\«.rc survtyc'i liinng that and the fol- 
lowing year, preparatory to their settlement. 

"He also surveyed and laid out the town at the mouth of the Cuyhoga 
river, which received the name of Cleveland in compliment to Gen. Cleve- 
land, the managing agent of the company. 

:n 1797-98 Mr. Porter was engaged in behalf of Robert Morris in laying 
(luwu the boundaries of the lands lying west of Genesee river, purcha.sed of 
the State of Massachusetts, and to which he had obtained the Indian title, 
and also in delineating the boundaries of a large portion of the Indian lauds 
which had been sold by Mr. Morris to the Holland Land Company. 

" In i8o^ he was elected a member of assembly from Ontario county. He 
continued to reside at Cauandaigue until 1806, when he removed his family 
to Niagara Falls, N. Y., where he was the first permanent settler, and with 
which he was identified during the remainder of his life. 

" In 1805 Augustus Porter, in connection with his brother, Peter B. Por- 
ter, and Benjamin Barton, purchased of the State of New York a large 
quantity of land in the state reservation along the Niagara riv< 1 ii < Imli'. - 
the water-power and lands adjacent to the falls. 

"In connection with his associates he immediately commenced buildiug 
mills and making other improvements. They also built a number of vessels 



DKSCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 827 

ou Lakes Erie and Ontario, and with suitable means for transportation arotiiid 
the falls and on the river were the chief forwarders between Oswego and the 
upper lakes previous to the war of 1812. 

"Their vessels were taken by the United States and used for public pur- 
poses during the war. 

"On its conclusion the business was resumed, and continued until the 
completion of the Erie canal, when transportation westward, by way of the 
Niagara river, was abandoned. 

"In 1808 the county of Niagara, then including Erie county, was organ- 
ized, of which Buffalo was the count}- seat, and Augustus Porter appointed 
first judge, serving in that office for several years. 

"The dwellings, mills and other buildings at the falls were burned by 
the enemy in 1813, and the inhabitants all fled from the frontier. 

"Ou the return of peace, in 1815, Mr. Porter was engaged for some time 
in rebuilding his houses and mills, and in making other improvements. He 
was his own engineer in constructing the bridge across the rapids to Goat 
Island, a w'ork at that time deemed very dangerous and difficult. 

"At an early day he fixed on a plan for an extended u.se of the great 
water-power at Niagara Falls, and with this in view retained an exclusive 
ownership of the land necessary for that purpose. His heirs have since 
caused this plan to be carried out, by extensive grants of laud and water- 
power of immese value, now fully developed. 

"In 1821 Judge Porter was elected a member of the convention for re- 
vising the Constitutiou of the State of New York. 

"In 1825 he took an active part in the construction of Black Rock har- 
bor, and iu 1836 was among the most liberal and efficient contributors to the 
Buffalo and Niagara Falls Railraad. 

"The latter years of his life were chifly devotod to his private business, 
iu tlie cultivation of his lands, and in various local improvements, with his 
characteristic energy, his mental faculties unimpaired, to the time of his 
decease in 1S49, in the eighty-first year of his age. 

"He was a man of untiring industry, sterling integrity and sound reli- 
gious principles — the peer of the best men of a class for which Western New 
York was early distinguished, and of which he had been a resident for sixty 
years, witnessing and participating in its advance from the condition of 
Indian hunting grounds to that of cultivated fields, pleasant homes and 
thriving villages and cities, inhabited by a numerous population, enjoying 
the blessings of a Christian cultivation." 



828 DiesCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

Appendix XI. — (See 5591.) 

The ancestor of the Halls of Maryland came from England with Lord 
Baltimore, and settled in Hartford county, at '' Shandy Hall," now owned 
by Mrs. J. G. Barnard. The present mansion having been built in 1701. 

Major Henry Hall raised a company in war of 1812. He married Char- 
lotte Ramsay, daughter of Colonel Xathaniel Ramsay, of Cicil county, 
Maryland. 

"At the battle of Brandywine Col. Ramsay crossed the stream in front of 
Knyphausen, and engaged the Hessian Yagers. His services at Monmouth 
were of the highest order, and there he was severely wounded. He was a 
prisoner at Charleston, S. C, 1780. Delegate to Congress from Maryland, 
1785-7. One of the pall-bearers at tlie funeral of Washington. His por- 
trait is in Independence Hall, Philadelphia. 

At the battle of Monmouth, Col. Ramsay's services at a critical moment 
were such as to merit the publicly exf)re&.sed commendations of Washington. 

He was there desperately wounded in a personal encounter with an Eng- 
lish officer, and left for dend upon tho field, but the object was attained and 
Col. Ramsay recovered. 

At the close of the war \\ ..-rngum ;ii)poimcd biin coiicoior 01' the pori. 
of Baltimore, which office he retained until his death, twenty years after. 



Appendix XII. 

Col. J'ctcr /)'. /' Hstinguished in our annals m civil and martial 

life ; and there are '.• .< u.s to whom the meed of talents, braverj' and 

patriotism, will be more freely awarded. 

He was appointed in 181 1, with Gouverneur Morris, Stephen Van Rensse- 
laer, DeWitt Clinton, William North, Simeon DeWitt, Thomas Eddy, Robert 
R. Livingston and Robert Fulton, the first commissioners in relation to inland 
navigation — being the incipient step that led in the sequel to the nol)le works 
of art and improvement which have contributed so largely (whatever ex- 
cesses may have been committed) to the glory and prosperity of the state. 

Their labors were suspended, however, by the war of 1S12; and for these 
ci^'ic duties Gen. Porter exchanged the privations and dangers of the frontier 
campaigns. Residing then at Black Rock, he was in the midst of the most 
eventful and stirring of the border scenes. He rallied the hastily-gathered 
volunteers, who repelled the first invasion of that place in midsummer, 1813, 
and shared, at the head of his corps, with intrepiditj' and skill, in those bril- 
liant and memorable affairs of the succeeding year, the battles of Chippewa 
and Bridgewater, and the sortie of Fort Erie. 



DESCENDANTS OP JOHN PORTER. 829 

At the close of the war he was appointed Secretary of State in place of 
Jacob Rutsen Van Rensselaer, but he declined the appointment, having been 
elected to Congress the previous year. Near the close of his congressional 
term he was appointed commissioner under the British treaty to run the 
boundary line between the United States and Canada. In 1817 he was the 
antagonist candidate to DeWitt Clinton in the democratic caucus held for 
the nomination for governor, and at the election received a few votes cast by 
polilicians in the city of New York, who refused to acquiesce in the nomi- 
nation of Mr. Clinton. 

In the political controversies of his time Gen. Porter was a prominent 
participator until his retirement from public life with Mr. Adams in 1829. 
Under that administration, and for the last year of it, he discharged the 
duties of vSecretary of War. He was warmly attached to Mr. Clay, and was 
related to him by the marriage of his second wife. 

A frontier resident during the last forty years ; possessed of large estates 
on the border; he is identified with the history of Western New York, 
and with its gigantic progress in the great elements of social and physical 
development. 

As a public man he was sagacious, shrewd and able, though to ordinarj- 
observers, in latter years, the impression was one of heaviness, approaching 
to dullness. In his military career he was distinguished by high qualities of 
command, and by undoubted coolness and courage. 

Since 1838 he has occupied his new and elegant residence at the Falls — 
in the midst, as it were, of the scenes that have become classic ground to 
every American, and in the presence and within the perpetual roar of the 
great cataract. 

Gen. Porter died, the Buffalo Commercial Advertiser states, in the yrst 
year of his age. 

Appendix XIII. — Col. Peter Augustus Porter. 
To the Editor of the New York Times : 

In a recent issue of the Times the late Peter B. Porter, recently deceased 
at Niagara Falls, is mentioned as a son of the late Gen. Peter B. Porter, the 
distinguished soldier of the war of 1812, and in 1828 Secretary of War under 
President Adams. He was not a son of the general, but of his brother Judge 
Augustus Porter. ' ' Among the earliest of the pioneers in Western New York 
were two brothers, Augustus and Peter B. Porter, sons of Dr. Joshua Porter, 
of Salisbury, Conn." (F. S. Cozzens' eulogy before the Century Club on the 
Life and Services of Col. Peter A. Porter.) The lustre of military services 
alone was wanting to the elder brother, but in the narrower .sphere of his 
home — that "Western New York," of which he had been one of the "pio- 
neers," and among the most energetic and useful, the work of converting it 



830 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN PORTER. 

from a wilderness ♦o what it now is, Judge Porter was scarcely less eminent 
than his distinguished brotlier. lie died full of years and honoi"S in (I 
think) 1848 — a few years after his younger brother. Th^' excellent and dis- 
tinguished gentleman recently deceased — tlie younger son of Judge Porter — 
bore the general's name of Peter Buel ; but it would be a wrong to the mem- 
ory of the only son of Gen. Porter to forget that he fell on the battle-field of 
Cold Harbor, an illustrious example of that devotion to duty of which our 
civil war furnished so many beautiful exemplars. Born to a fortune, edu- 
cated in the first learned institutions of Europe and America, endowed by 
nature with beauty of person and brilliancy of intellect, which eminently 
fitted him for social enjoyment and distinction, surrounded by everything 
that could make life en\-iable, he deliberately renounced all these for the 
service of his country in her hour of need. Before leaving his home, " feel- 
ing to its full extent the probability that he might not return from the path 
of duty on which he had entered," he solemnly recorded, in his "last will 
and testament," his motives in the following words : 

" I can say with truth that I have entered on the course of danger with no 
ambitious aspirations, nor with the idea that I am fitted by nature or experi- 
ence to be of any important service to the government ; but in obedience to 
the call of duty, demanding even*- citizen to contribute what he could iu 
means, labor or life to sustain the government of his country — a sacrifice 
made the more willingly by me when I consider how singularly benefited I 
have been by the institutions of the land, and that up to this time all the 
blessings of life have been showered upon me beyond what usually falls to 
the lot of man. ' 

Soon after he had entered the military service, and while in command of 
his regiment at Fort McHenry, he was nominated for Secretary ot State of 
New York. In declining this appoiutment he gives, besides the original 
motives which brought him into the field, the following reason : " I left home 
in command of a regiment composed mainly of the sons of friends and 
neighbors, committed to my care. I can hardl}' ask for my discharge while 
theirs cannot be granted," 

He fell on the 3d of June, 1864, pierced by six bullets, while leading his 
regiment up to the enemy's works at Cold HarlK)r. 

Believing that the memory of such a life and death should be cherished ; 
that the State and city of New York, which (each separately) made public 
acknowledgment of the eminent services of the father, should be proud, too, 
of the sou, I have sketched tliese lines, drawng most of the details from the 
eloquent " eulogy," already referred to. It is worthy of remark, that, in the 
mother of the wife of Dr. Joshua Porter (Abigail Buell), Col. Porter had, 
with the general (now President of the United States) who commanded our 
armies on the battle-field where he fell, a common maternal ancestor. B. 



INDEX, No. 1. 



DESCENDANTS BEARING THE PORTER NAME. 



[The figures opposite each name designate the person's number, 
imless otherwise specified by page or p.] 



No. 

Aaron, 299, 746, 792, 1236, 1963, 2622 
3524, 4096. 

Abel, 543, 1416 

Abigail, 212, 244, 328, 335, 391, 785 
854, 862, 1058, 1235, 1403, 1432 
1930, 1932, 1989, 2124, 2208, 2466 
2478, 3276, 3516, 3644, 3712, 4181 

Abigails. 5296 i 

Abigail W., 4615, 5143! 

Abiezar, 527, 1637, 2700' 

Abijah, 1752, 1965, 3537: 

Abner, I20I, 2228, 6677 

Abby, 4133 

Abby a., 5373 

AbbyB. 5543 

Abby E., 3783 

AbbyF., 3730 

Abby H., 3603 

Abraham, 781, 1309, 1933, 2048 

Ada C, 6693 

Adelaide E., 5221 

Adele B., 5541 

Adeline, ..2003, 3612, 3713, 5827 

Adolli\, 3953 

Adna 5797 

Adino, ;.. 4136 

Addison, 2641, 6520 

Alemena, 5^97 

Alice 5332, 6758 

Alice G., 5'^5 

Alice m., 4346, 6028, 6712 

Alanson, 3480 



Alanson K., 2031 

Alonzo S., 6593 

Alexander, 392 _... 

Alexander J 6894 

Alfred vS., 6848, 7054 

Albro C, 5774 

Albert A 5615 

Albert D., .a. . 3625 

Albert H 3810, SSgjfiyf 

Albert J., .'.... 5344 

Aloe 4003 

Almira,...i4o8, 2756, 3664, 3714 3819 

Almira C 6647 

Alvah ..,., 2739 

AltramontW., 3794 

Amos, 108, 813, 2028, 2050 

Amelia, ....2283, 3809, 6674 

Amos P., 3707 

Amelia M., 4061 

Amelia L., 4011 

Amasa, 3655 

Amasa G., 5316 

Amaziah 2051, 2219, 3702 

Amanda, 3590 

Ambrose, 2025 

Amy 382, 3245 

Anne and Anna, 4, 84, 196, 334 385 
387, 394, 544, 733, 817, 860, 924 
946, 1056, 1219 1238," 1381 1390 
1815, 1975, 2022, 217S, 2236, 2330 
2472, 2618, 2649, 2810, 3559, 3646 
3658, 3678. 



832 



INDEX, PORTER FAMILY. 



Ann'E E 

Ann^H a^^M. 

Anne L., 

Anne J 

Anne M 3095, 5337. 

Anne P., 

Anne R., 3813. 

Anne S. 

Anne W., 

Andrew 

Angei.ine 

Angklk 

AssarfK V'" 

ANNEri'E F., 

ANNErrE M...... 

Anson, ^oii, 

Anson H. 

Anthony S., 

Akuine C, 

Arnold, 

Arad N., 

Arthur 

AkthlrB 

Arthuk H., ^ 

AxAHEi., 941, 12^2, 2027, 2227, 
2624. 3553. 5>95. 6618. 

Asaeel C, -. 

asaitki, i.., 

ASliNhlH. . 

A' ' 
A 

Ai-.x, . 

A; KKi.iA J., ..,, 

Al.i'.rSTA, .....,,., 

AruLSTA A.,- , 

Art.usTA S., 

A^'(;^^Tus 

AvivusTirsG 

Arci'STis :^ 

At'C.USTIN, . 

Austin . 

AUHHN 13., 



Jv\i;>\u.\:. r'., j"*'.!! 

Bar/.ii.lai, 

Barziixas H., 

BAi.SHEbA, 1757, 

BULIN1>A 

Bel A. . .2623, 

Bei.a 

BicssiK R., 

Bknjamin, 784, 944, 1942, 2284, 
2620, 3242, 3792, 4279. 

BlINJAMIN F 4063, 

Ben H., 

Beulah, .. 



2230. 



•195' 



5024 I 

7154 

6820 

6708 

63S2 

4775 

5479 

416S 

6536 
5131 
5759 

580^, 

4.^: 

57' 

57' 

35 

3f^ 

65 

54 

21.. 

37 

57' 
57 
54 

2j' 

4er 
664 fi 

5779 
2809 

5799 



5525 
5741 
2210 
6897 



.5128, 



6594 



0012 
3662 

53-; ^ 
It.: 

35: 
4281 

5312 
6895 
2323 

5800 

6530 
1063 



No. 

Bethiah, 267 

Bowman H., 4191 

Burrell, 2309, 4093 

Cabell B 6911 

Caleb 791 

Calvin, 926, 2258 

Canuace, 1758 

Caroline, 3232, 3788, 4626, 5209, 5371 

Caroline A 4336 

Caroline D., 37" 

:~ ineE., 5183 

iNE L. 4777, 5828 

INE N 3831 

ineW., 4780 

T 7152 

5785 

4172 

^i:>E 383. 4167 

wine a. 5738 

F., 4103 

M. 6615 

. ;.Mi V. B, 4317 

iNA 5744 

^ N 4280 

TV 3569. 3980 

:)LER a., 4192 

Charles 2204, 2328, 3601, 3894, 4138 

5292. 

Charles A., 5530, 6253, 6599, 6607 

71ST. 

r. 6CJ30, 6686 

., 5856 

1 3601,4129, 4319, 5274 

C ,., 3895.5787. 2204 

' C 5284, 6665 

, I , 6704 

t r. 4774, 6384 

V.'. 4053. 5656, 5776 

• i- 2689,3237,3526, 5090 

CiiAKLOTE M., 4361, 6(J02 

Charlote N., 3842 

j Chari^ote R 6898 

'charlotte W 4786, 4790 

Chastma D. 3710 

CnLOE, 536, 1412. 2698 

' '" -TER 2177, 3593 

::r H 4005 

•CY, 3671 

I Clara, 198, 4134, 7C63 

Clara A., 5780 

; Clara K 5789 

I Clarinda, 1241,2170, 2625, 4344 

iCi 1431,2297,2778,3567 

i •^ ■~^-. .3697. 4628, 5207 

<^^i-^ -" '•• ^ '• 2x85, 3837 

1 Clark E 5770 



INDEX, PORTER FAMIIyY. 



833 



Clarence C, 5802 j 

Clarence W., 6824 

Cordelia M 5539 1 

Cordelia W 3845 

Cora D., 6762. 

Cora E., 5900 | 

Cornelia, 3503, 3980 

Cornelia a., 4065! 

Cornelia F., 3786 

Cornelia M 5273 

Cotton D. 4355 

Cynthia, 2748, 2749, 3988 

Cyrus 2741 

Damaris 790, 1754, 1967, 2483 

Dan, 1934 

Daniel, 85, 229, 388, 811, 1225, 2013 
2019, 3554, 3667, 5353. 6616. 

Daniel A., 3997 

Daniel W , 4113 

David, 86, 218, 393, 786, 802, 909, 1053 
1218, 1240, 1404, 1835, 1949, 1981 
1992, 2179, 2470, 2471, 2644, 2804 
5125, 3219, 3125. 3547, 3599, 3657 
3835, 4184. 

David B., 599° 

David C, 3832 

David L., 3781 

David P 53^9 

David V., 4169 

Deborah 130, 3600 

Deborah M., 3787 

Delia, 3249 

Delia A., 4060, 5032 

Donald W., 6715 

Dolly, 2286 

Dolly M. 5091 

Dorcas, 250 

Dorothy, 221, 2004 

Ebenezer, 2235 

Edgar S.,.. 5987 

Edward, 1436, 4623, 4795, 5331 

Edward C .-43^6, 4785 

Edith, 7060 

Edith G.,.. 5464 

Edward F,, 6519 

Edward G., 6620 

Edward M., 4069 

Edward W., 4403, 4789 

Edwin, 3222,^189, 6609, 6759 

Edwin A., 6357, 5180 

Edwin M., 5829, 6668 

Edwin E 6905 

Edwin H., 5118 

Edwin S., 5283 

Eleanor, 107, 561, 2474, 4183 



No. 

Elijah, 269, 855, 925, 1065, 1954, 2126 
2222, 2699, 3522, 3668, 3675, 5372 
Elizabeth, 526, 566, 757, 877, 929 
1230, 1307, 1433, 1728, 1814, 1816 
1943, 1951, 1993. 2173, 2226, 2467 
2687, 2701, 2725, 2S55, 2772, 3241 
3520, 3534. 3564, 3684, 3836. 5087 
5149. 5653- 

Elizabeth A., 3812, 4416, 5478 

Elizabeth L 39^5 

Elizabeth M. 5757 

Elizabeth Q., ; 6394 

Elizabeth R., ., 5350 

Elizabeth S 4356 

Elizabe^th V .j^/... ..',.. 5046 

I Ellen 2255, 4328, 4339 

I Ellen E 5"9 

Ellen F 5225 

Ella, 6534 

; Ellen A., 5658 

! Ellen M., 5287 

1 Ellen j., 5124 

I Ellen M., 5287 

j Eleazer, 204, 755, 928, 945, 1422 

1817, 1953, 2020, 2256, 2301, 2329 

, 3226, 3231, 3246, 3513, 3703, 4094 

Eleazer M 1953 

I Eleazer S 4010 

! Eleazer W. 1817, 4801 

j Elisha, 550, 760, 1990, 3278, 3594 
I 3682. 

; Elias, 868 

j Eliza, ••.. 2785 

Eliza D 3838^ 

j Elvira, 3808 

, Elinor 2474 

; Eliot, 936, 2281 

I Elihu, 1233 

Elbert 6756 

i Eli 1387, 3498 

I Elkanah, 1306 

' Eliphalet, 1983 

IElam 2287, 4066 < 

I Electa, .,--2775, 3485 

I Electa A., 5763 

j Emma, 2696 

I Emma J., 4345 

jEMMA K., 5793 

Emma M., 399^ 

Emeline, 2746, 5193, 6648 

! Emeline a., 5318 

j Emeline E., 3834 

Emeline L., 4^15 

Emily, 2010, 2206, 2729, 3259, 4097 
4106, 4276, 4625, 4794, 5132, 5182 
5208, 661 T, 
I Emily F., 5182 



b34 



INDEX, PORTER FAMILY. 



No. 

Enos, 3615, 6666; 

El<APHRAS, I99I : 

Epapuroditus 5290 

Ephriham, 2302 ^ 

Erastus 2213, 3694, 3952 j 

Erastus H. 5654 j 

Ernest L 7162 

Ernest W 59° r > 

Ervxn p., 4132, 

Esther, 21, 90, 225, 331, 939, 1054 1 

4104, 5194, 5485- ' 

e:sther C 2321, 3686 

Esther E., 537^ 

Etta L 4137 

Ethan , 3124. 3546 

Eunice, 24^, 390, 8ao, 819, 871. 9t.. 

i22u, 1973, 2172. 2209, 2172, 322" 
■"1 35^1. 3926, 3968, 4182. 

Evelyn H. 5019 

Eva, 5540, 58261 

Eva S., 5^55 

E\'HLiNE 4194 

Experience, 49, 242, 864 

Experience P., 869 

Ezekiel, 1929. 3495 

Ezra, ....j 1060, 2484 

Faith M...... 

Farley, 4^7^ 

Fanny 5092. s?.^% 

Fanny V., 

FiDlCLlA ' 

Flavel M., 0--.S 

Flora A., 4131 j 

Florinda =il^^ 

Florknce M.. .. 

Flokhnce R., 

Flokilla F., 6690 

FORDYCK, 2186, 3S43 

Frances, 2786, 3589. ib<.j^, 3949, 4365 
5659. 

Frances A 5295, 5338, 6700 

Frances M., 6685 

Francls. 2326, 3600, 3854, 3967, 5049 

6525- 

Francis A., 5290, 5337 

Francis B., 5735 

Francis E., 6676 

Francis II.,- 5327 

Frank R. 5411 

Frank S., 5771 

Franklin K., 2531 

Franklin O., 6614 

Fredkrick, 2702, 2794, 3253, 3521 

3611, 4366, 4622. 

Fp.nrT:riicir A. 3901, 435S 51S4 

Frederick B., 6528 



Frederick C, 5755 

Frederick D., 6850, 7056 

Frederick R., 5145 

Frederick S., 6710 

Gardner, 2316 

Gaylord, 2013, 3951 

George, 1398, 1988, 2229, 2317, 2646 

2738, 35", 3597. 3602, 3607, 3801 

3807, 4084, 4099, 5794. 

Georgb a., 4342, 6697 

George D., 5781 

George E 3602, 7149 

George F., 4062, 5221, 5224 

(".. ,>i., vf G., 6516 

H., 5473 

: 1 4793 

Gkukoe M., 3728, 5298, 5624 

George N 3607 

George P 3623 

George R 6822 

George S., 4110, 5275 

George W 2229, 4413 

Genevieve J 6760 

Gertrude M., 7160 

r.KksnoM p., 417I 

542, 552, 865, I4I4. 2482 

A.. 5807 

<iRACK C 67II, 6854, 7065 

GURDON 3999 

Guy F 5769 



I Hannah. 12, 18, 47, 68, 135, 205, 211 
241, 253, 547, 793, 872, 905, 1 93 1 
2014, 2257, 2315, 3666, 3956, 4168 

535 1 • 

Hannah F 4009 

, Hannah M., 5022 

I Handkl R., 6691 

' Hammond h. 3717 

Harriett, 2322, 2479, 2727, 2743, 3567 
I 3597. 5698, 3957, 3998, 4332, 5355 
; 6612. 

I Harriett A., ^ 3897 

Harriett H 3708, 6598, 7150 

Harjiiett j 6703 

' Harriett L., 5790 

I Harriett M., 3624 

I Harriett S., 6813 

I Harrison, 4100 

Hart 2730 

I Harvey 3591, 3795 

I Harvey E., 4130 

I Helen A. 6670 

' Hkli'.n F 6000 

1 Helen L., - 5412 



INDEX, PORTER FAMIIyY. 



835 



No. 

Helen S., 6714 

Henry, 1426, 2043, 2203, 2745, 2793 

2S00, 3a23, 3506, 3619, 3685, 3719 

3853, 4627, 5386, 6527. 

Henry A 3619, 4064, 5585 

Henry B., 5315 

Henry C, 2203, 3575, 4318, 6395 

6682, 7158, 3896. 

Henry D., 4791, 54S2 

Henry E., 3506, 4359, 5122, 7163 

Henry F., 6671 

Henry G., 5324 

Henry H., 6610 

Henry L., 5185, 6821 

Henry P., 5086 

Henry S., 3827 

Henry W., 4051, 5026, 5739 

Henrietta, 2812, 4116 

Heman B, 5223 

Hebzibah, 3517, 3533 

Herbert F 6694 

Herbfrt L. 5896 

Hervey, 2130 

HerveyB., 5462 

y Hezekiah, 2^, 45, 129, 136, 209, 525 

780, 1944, 2044. 

Hibbard, 3954 

Hiram, 2780, 3797 

Honor, 1936 

Horace, 1996, 2324, 3227, 3528, 3565 

3680, 3804. 

Horace A., .. 411S 

Porace F., 6669 

JlORACE M., 6522 

Horace W., 7157 

HOWARIl A., 6683 

. HUI,DAH 1078, 1415, 1999, 3499 

HULDAH P., 5486 

ICHABAD, 50, 252 

"DA A., 7155 

Ida E., 4117 

ImozeneG., ... 5126 

Increase, 399, 1234 

Inez E.,... 7159 

Ira W., 2740, 3504 

Irene .' 1080 

Irena, 922, 2220 

Irene S., 4006 

Isaiah 2311 

ISAAC, 64, 87, 214, 1751, 1940, T964 
2047. 

Isaac D., 5085 

Israel, 528, 1303, 1368 

Isabel J., 5765 

Isabella, 6515 

TsAHr i.T.A T 6689 



No. 

Isabella M., 6521 

Jacob, L....^ 1302 

James, id, 16, 62, i^, 131, 213, 255 
458, 539. 798; 9<A 1386, 1418 
1419, 1972, 2024, 2165, 2182, 2728 
2777, 323.5, 3483, 3669, 3830, 3875 
5192, 5206. 

James E., 5048 

James F., 6398 

James G., 4068, 5021 

James H., 3848, 5147 

James R 4335, 5130 

James S., 3959, 5472, 6517 

James W., 4788 

Jane, 2312, 3604,3610, 3617, 3721, 4181 
4338, 5329. 5352, 6645. 

Jane A., 4114, 5611 

Jane E., 3898, 4320, 4348, 4621, 5159 
5286. 

Jane F. 4049, 5756 

Jane H., 5617 

Jane .L., 3784 

JaneM., 3617, 5783 

Jane S., 3604, 3914, 5140, 5276, 6698 

Jasper, 3659 

Jannette, 2791 

JEFEERSON 4353 

Jerome P 5849 

JERUSHA,337,395,756, 1232, 1427, 1755 
1955, 1968, 3251, 3574, 3659, 5093 

JEPTHA, 1402 

Jeremiah, 3236 

Jennie H., 5408 

Jennie L., 5098 

Jemima 2609, 3500 

JESSE, 5999 

Jesse E., 5999 

Joanna, 80, 197, 545, 734, 745, 859 
1062, 1411. 

JOAL 1082, 1228, 2007, 3621 

Job 1976, 3563 

Jonathan, 215, 260, 783, 907, 916 
1819, 1946, 2275, 2221, 5745. 

Jonathan C, 3969 

Jonathan D., 3829 

Jonathan E., 5526 

Jonah, 820, 2042 

John, 2, 13, 46, 72, 82, 104, 222, 224 
243, 336, 339, 38fJ. 396, 448, 453 
488, 563, 797. 805, 810, 858, 863 
1050, 1203, 1224, 1371, 1421, 1821 
1977, 2006, 2023, 2026, 2139, 2202 
2220, 2279, 260S, 2648, 2774, 2784 
2789, 3229, 3573, 3613, 3648, 3654 
3660, 3802; 531 I, 6383, 6681. 
John A 4313, 5986 



83<3 



INDEX, PORTER FAMU^Y. 



No. 

John B., 3840, 3965, 5356, 5736 | 

John E 5309. 535*5 

John F., 2692, 3902, 404S, 6029 

John J., -A.i.V.ft 474^! 

John K. 37S5 1 

John R 5291 

John S., 2223, 364S, 5325, 5328, 5406' 
5586, 6699, 6709. ! 

John W., 1371, 3725, 4334 ; 

Joseph, 9, 24, 134, 217, 227, 549, Soi 
806, 943, 1055, 1400, 2001, 200S 
2127, 2277, 2314, 2475, 3502, 3605 I 
5330. 5795- I 

Joskph B., 5139 

JosiiPH R 4187 

Joseph S 67131 

Josephine E. 5339, 

Joshua 216, 913, 1938, 2207, 3251 

JosiAH ■». 917, 2167 

JUDAH 3640 I 

Jt'liana, 4185 

Justus 1061 | 

JlXIA, 2782, 2S02, 3238, 3538, 3609 I 
3996, 5146. ' 

JvUA A„ 2691, 6^^', 

Jia.IA C 3.^ 

Julia D., 51^^- 

JmjA M., 5614, 5767, 6896 I 

Julia O., 3620 

JuuA S., 5442! 

Julius 5028 ' 



Kate i 
Kezia! 



2045. 3596, 



Lancdon C, 

Lansing L., 3810, 3814, 

Laura. 816, 1409, 2642, 2742, 

3127, 3549. 3572, 37r.6, 3779, 

5029, 6524. 

Layton, 

Laurinda B 

Lawrence G.,. 

Lavinia, 

Lavinia E., 

Lavinia S., 

i/oslilia e., 

Lea C. !38ii, 

LliHREUS, .. 1370, 

LrRov L... 4362, 

LEMrR.^, 

Levi G 

Lester W., .- 

Lkickster 

Lewis H., 

Lewis M., 

Leman, 



63931 
3651 ! 

5115! 
5480 

2754 : 
3S06 

2017 
3844! 
5S01 
9421 
3912! 
4190 
5623 
5477 
4337 
6003 

3614 
1417 

5777 
3254 
4186 

6385 

3527 1 



Leonard D 4619, 5157 

Leonard H., 6675 

Lilian 7061 

Lilian A 5786 

Lily A. 5469 

Lily J. 6754 

Linn B., 5127 

LoTAN, 3128, 3550 

Lovica, 3496 

LOVINA, 1384, 2327, 3556 

IvOViSA L., 5374 

Lois, 132, 940, 1079, 1221, 1935, 2215 

3254, 3523. 

Louis 5784 

Louts C, 579^ 

Louisa 3618, 3699, 3727, 5137, 5144 

Louisa A., 4050 

Louisa J., 3978 

Louisa W., 4170 

Lucian a 3979 

Lucius, 2792 

Luther, 927, 1388, 1423, 1756, 1969 

2275, 3126, 3507, 3548. 

I,UTHER H., .•..6851, 7057 

' K S., 4617. 5155 

M 6523 

J. I -.V. 10.57, 1383, 1836, 1979, 2473 

2619, 2779, 3277, 2480, 3649, 5I9I 

5357- 

Lucy A 4008, 4368, 5778 

Lucy G., 6396 

Lucy E., 5027 

Lucy M., 3876 

LucRETiA, 2234, 3248, 3252, 3687, 37^^ 

4112. 

LUCETTA, 2002, 3568, 5083, 5148 

LUCILLA C. 6849, 7055 

LUCINDA 3820 

LUCINA, 1397 

Lydia, 89, 384, 400, 1226, 1239, 1304 

2012, 2320, 2621, 3130, 3552, 3641 
3679. 3960, 4105, 5386. 

Lydia D., 4616, 5154 

Lydia E., 3805 

L^TJiA M., 3817, 5117 

Lynas 3129. 3535. 3551, 4624 

Lynas a ' " 

Mabel, 220, 794, 1980, 231b 

Mabel L, 6809 

Mary, 7, 14, 63, 81, 139. 208, 216, 223 

249, 254, 259, 381, 449, 454, 457 

540, 548, 553. 761, 799. 809, 856 

920, 933, 1059, !o66, 1227, 1231 

1237, 1434, 1721, 1838, 1997, 2000 

2021, 2031, 2049, 2168, 2192, 230S 

2477, 2617, 2686, 2704, 2724, 275j 



INDEX, PORTER FAMILV, 



837 



Mary, 2773, 2806, 3233, 3505, 3560 1 

•3598, 3616, 3650, 3683, 3688, 3701 I 

3704, 3778, 3903, 3927. 3958, 3986 ; 

4277, 4321, 4333, 4343, 5136, 5142; 

5348, 6538. 
Mary A., 3613, 3799, 3871, 41 11, 4349 I 

5285' 5293, 5441, 5461, 5899. 

Mary C, 3688, 7156 

Mary D., 5326 

Mary E., 4052, 4120, 4376, 5123, 5385 

6518, 6S14. 

Mary F 4796, 6696 

Mary H., 4792, 5762 

Mary J., 3722, 4415, 5652, 5792, 6608 
Mary L,., 3701, 4135. 5xi6, 6537, 6617 

6667, 7062. 

Mary O. 6688 

Mary T, 5219 

Mary W 3505, 3893, 4781 

Marian 65 

Marian J., 5321 

Martha, 88, 246, 332, 875, 1429, 2141 

2189, 2807, 3800. 

Martha A., 4620, 5158, 5322, 5760 

Martha B., 6595 

Martha E., 6703 

Martha L., 5542 

Martha P 4380 j 

Martha R., 5463 

Martha S., 4798, 6651 I 

Maria, 266, 2751, 3225, 3720, 4108 i 

Maria A., 5030 l 

Maria G., 6531, 6164 I 

Maria 1 5125, 55521 

Maria O 4379 

Maria T 435° I 

Marcellus, 4107 [ 

Margaret 744, 1939, 1984, 3275 | 

Marian J., 5321 ! 

Marietta,... "724! 

Mark N., . . ^787 1 

Marvin, 26971 

Marshai,Iv,... 4102, 5336] 

Marcus M., 6564 | 

Manrice F., 6397 

Maude 1, 5847, 

Maynard R., 6761 

5T34. I 

Martin V., 4360 | 

Mehitabel, 48, 137, 202, 248, 251 1 

326, 5'^ --- 759, S76, 911, 23101 

3592. I 

MERCY, 258, 1995, 22161 

Menzo W., 5378 I 

Melinda, 2169, 39661 

MEWSSA A.,.. 5227 

Mewssa H., 5141 



Miriam, 203,738, 796 

Minerva, 3482, 3695, 3900 

Milton, 3796, 5471 

MiLICENT, 3506 

Minnie A 6S07 

Minnie R., 6601, 7153 

MiNDWEi,!,, 386, 1407 

Miranda, 5210 

MiLO L., 5848 

Monroe, 4002 

Mortimer, 5023 

Mortimer G., 6512 

Moses, 200, 737, 788, 857, 1729, 1759 

1820, 1971, 1982, 2129, 3244, 3793 

5i87, 5527- 

Moses C ;326 

Myron W 5468 

Myrtle E., 5857 

Myrtle N., s^aj 

Nancy, 2S08, 2813, 34.S4, 3515, 3961 

5465. 

Nancy II., 3S03 

Nancy M., 5375 

Naomi 537, 7399 

Nathan '. 538 

NATHANiELyii, 17, 51, 71, 138, 206 
*22i, 245,\268, 330,>54i, V52, 564 
*873, 878, 911, 1051, M406, 1974 

T^8o, -^201 ,^ 2469.1 2476, >248i , >28o3 

355S, T5595, 5205,^297. 

Nathaniel B., 257 

Nathaniel H., 1986. 3913 

Nelly B. » 6S08 

Nelly N., 6755 

Nelson L., 5222 

Nelson O., 5761 

Nettie J., 6250, 6604 

Nehemiah, 2016, 3643 

Noah, 261, 461, 918, 2231 

Noah L, 3992 

Norman, 1410, 2763 

Norman W., 7059 



Olivk, 2000, 353J 

Olive A., 4567 

Olive E., 5764 

Olive F., 4354 

Olivia ..3566, 3874 

Olivia A., 5340 

Oliver, 463, 1299, 3987 

Orleans, 3663 

Orleans B., 5341 

Orlando, 377 

ORREN, , 1^128 

OSMAN, 995 



SS8 



INDEX, PORTER FAMILY. 



Ottelta K.,. 
Otis 



Pamela, 2726, 3279, 3989, 5189, 

PAMiajA P., 

Patiknce 818, 1837, 2052, 

Patience L., 

Paul 

Paul P., 

Pelatiah, 

Pktkr a 3916, 5622, 

Pkthr B 2211, 

Persis, 

Perez 

PnEBE 736, 921, 1081, 

Phebu W 

Philip S., 

PlERPON 

POLLV 2J;LiU, 

Prudence, 2319, 



No. 

5470 Ruth a. 
5190, 



5336 

50S0 
24S0 

86t- 
450 

691' 
391 ' 

22ib 

753 



Rachel, 464. 1077, 19^1 20'sO. 
3647, },6c)t 

Raphael, 

Ravmdnu W.,.. 

KlllKCCA, 6, 20, 456, 923, 937, 
1722. 

Rebecca S 

Reuben, 22S, S12, 140. 7t^i^. 

371; 



3673 
3521 

2217 

462 

6716 
1437 

4193 



Reual N'> 
Rhopa, 9*jt, 

3524- 
Rh; iana, . 
RiNALPO N 

Roger F 

Ror.KK P 



'75.>. i<^, 2776. 3497 



7,«i9 



\ 4001, 

K<.> , 

R(». 3*;:?. ,^657 

Row UN- . 
ROVAL. 

Royal Iv.,.. 

R(»YAL F 

Royal L., 

Roy E. 

ROXANNA ^,j^^, 

Ruby 

RUFUS 

ROYALANA, .529, 
RUKUS C, 

Russell, 

Ruth, 22, 67, 70, 207. 327, 455, 
S15, 1217, 197S, 2174, 5084. 



2224 
3818 
1372 
54S4 
3530 
795 



No. 
4119 

' Samuel, 5. 19. 43. 73, 105. i33, T95 

263, 342, 451, 541, 551, 562, 732 

804, 870, 935, 1204, 1405; 1723 

,. 1928, 1994, 2029, 2176, 2225 

. 3479. 4377, 6526. 

;-,...... . I. A., ,^ 5020, 5294: 

.Samuel D ." 552S 

"^^^i' ' 1 F-, ' 4347 

G., 4779, 6392 

M., 5610 

C3AMUiiL W., 2225, 4369 

I Sarah, 3, 15, 66, 69, 83, 201, 219, 226 
356, 264, 329, 338, 340, 389, 459 
537, 554, 565, 735. 754, 782. S08 
S14, 861, 919, 934, 1229. 1305, 1428 
1720, 1723, 1833, 1945, 2125, 2142 
2 1. S3, 2190, 2280, 2313, 2325, 2465 
:' i''-, 2645, 2688, 2811, 3221, 34S6 
.J514, 3555. 3791. 4101, 5082, 5138 
I 5354- 

j Sarah A., 3782, 37'>5. :'^i6. 47,14, 4351 
I 5343, 6687. 

I Sarah D., - -'5 

I Sarah E., 6027 

vSarah v., 5612 

I Sarah M 4341, 5317, 5655, 5758 

■ 6513. 

^awah J., 4067, 5588 

i;AH S 4800, 5481 

KAH W., 5467 

I Sally 2212, 3539, 3665, 3674, 5095 

' SELTV'N 5310 

3532. 5i3« 

420, 2194, 3562 

.-II.IH (.r., 6525 

i SiLA.s 867,910, 2193, 387.' 

^' " ' ' -" 1052, 246^ 

..V 3055 

L, ~ 35i« 

: oMON, 567, 1438, 2128 

. "MON vS., 3798 

Sophia, 1413, 2206, 2747, 2750, 3243 
3789, 3109. 

Sophia A., 3S28 

Sophia H.,. 479^ 

■^- -'"^ S 5460 

nia, 4000, 4004 

. ... -.i-v, 52, 6529 

; Stephen, •.•..-•807, 1308, 2005 

Sumner, V. 3521, 6707 

Susan, 1435, 3220, 3677, 3681 

Susan A., 5798 

;3usAN B. 6031 

J^USAN M., 4797, 580.1 

I Susan L,., 5272, 5466 



INDEX, PORTER FAMILY. 



831) 



Susan R., 

Sidney 

Sydenham, 

syi.vester 

SUBNIT, 908, 2187, 

Susannah, 743, 1385, 1937, 1987, 

3247, 3557, 3655, 3672. 
Susannah J., 

Tamar 2282, 4056, 

Tabitha, 

Thaddeus, 

Theoda, 240, 

ThankfuIv, 803, 

Thomas, 44, 262, 333, 915, 930, 

2647. 

Thomas E., 

Thomas B 

Thomas G., 4618, 

Thomas Z., 

Theodore, 2191, 3240, 

Theodore B 

ThEOPHIIvUS, 

Theodorus, 

Timothy 210, 530, 568, 787, 

1424, 2015, 2690, 2694, 2788, 

3509. 3640, 5289. 

Truman, 

Trizah, 

Vincent M. , 5613, 

Virgi ni a M . , 



WaIJvACE, . 

Walter D 



..3608, 



No. 

3723 
3224 
5025 

3259 
2232 
2188 

3833 



5772 

397 
3645 

874 
19S5 
1064 

5657 
4352 
5156 
5768 
3873 
5320 
2805 
2184 
1369 
3239 

3656 
1389 

5616 
3656 

5334 
4059 



Warren C, 

Warren H., 

Warham, 532, 

Ward, 

Welth^, 

Wesley B. 

Wilfred W,, 4058, 

WiLLARD, 5407, 

Willard B., ..i>-Ar.' 

William, 265, 46!^ 569, 759,' 932, 
1425, 1430, 1818, 1952, 2046, 
2276, 2298, 2744, 2790, 2001, 
3622, 3670, 3716, 3855, 3925, 
4276, 4778, 5349, 6415. 

William A., 2643, 2693,4315, 

William D 5567, 5651, 6252, 

[ William E., 

I William F 

I William H 4414, 5129, 5529, 

] 6595, 6664, 6701. 

I William K., 

William L., 5120, 

I William M., 

i William N., 

i William P. 3780, 

i William R., 

I William S., 5379. 6852, 6853, 

I 7064 

William T. 

William W., 

! Wright, 



Zaidee, .., 

Zalmon, 

Zelotes, 



No. 

4057 
2695 
2703% 
6706 
3700 
6992 
5782 
5773' 
4055 
938 
2181 
32.30 
4127 

6613 
6606 

4054 
5410 
5788 

3726 

5443 
3622 

3839 
4787 
6621 
7058 

5323 
6684 

22% 



2485 
2781 

2233 



ADDENDA, f^. % lj% 



AlH-'Cand)::, 


5 


Carlisle ^' 




David, 


:> 


David D , 


-6 


David E., 


26 


Edka, 


2"? 


Eliza BETii, 


15 


Elizabeth P.,. 


29 


Elena, 


31 


Georgiana , 


44 


Hamilton, 


... 19 


Hbnry, 


20 


Jo-- 


''■", 



Mary, 10 

Margaret, 7, 12 

Nancy 3, 11 

Nina, 25 

Rebecca, 9 

Robert, 2 

Rovena, 22 

Richard, 30 

vSamuel, 4 

Theodosie, , t8, 28 

i Thomas, 17 

; William,. . 1 21 



INDEX, No. 2. 



DESCENDANTS BEARING OTHER NAMES. 



Abbot, 

Adiei., 959 

Abigail, 957 

Anna, 958 

AUKELIA, 2356 

Joanna, 235H 

Triphenia, 2357 

Adams, 

Bertie 5^5'^ 

Henry P 7cco 

Okra, 5854 

SnsAN M., 7022 

William E 7021 

William P. 5934 

Allen, 

Alice, 6961 

Diana, » 6952 

DwiGHT 6959 

Margaret G., 6170 

Milton, 6960 

Richard C, 6168 

Ruth 6963 

w^illtam c.,.. 6169 

Allvn, 

Abigail 995 

Alexander, 297 994 

Anne, 499 

Charles, 2542 

Clarissa, 2544 

Hannah, 997 

Henry, 49'^ 

Jane, ~ 299 

John, ^ 298 

Mary, 300, 996, 2545 

Samuel, .- 2546 

WOLCOTT, 



No. 

Alexander, 

Adam L 7124 

Alice V., 6427 

Bessie M., 7120 

Charles A., 6425 

Edward P., 6423 7121 

Elvira F., 7119 

Hugh H., 7127 

Harriett v., 6420 

Harriett C 7129 

Irvi.n',' 7126 

Ida, 7130 

James E., 6424 

Louisa F., 641S 

Lvc\ R, 7122 

Lizzie, 7128 

Marion B., 6426 

Marion L., 7123 

MaryC, 6421 

Rosa 7136 

S:W<ahG., 6419 

William F., 6422 

William M., 7125 

Amadon, 

! Ralph 7079 

Jessie K,, 7080 

Anderson, 

Ansel, 309 

Chandler P., 7195 

Ezra 3092 

Harriett H 7196 

Henry B., 7193 

I John, 3093 

I Laura 3096 

! Marsh F 3094 

Mary V395 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



841 



Anderson, 

Thomas, 3090 

WiivLiAM B., 7194 

Andrews, 

Adai,aide C, 6639 

Alvah, 5359 

Charles A., 6863 

Charles C, 6624 

Charles H., 6509 

Charles W., 6641 

Chloe, 5358 

Cornelia, 5203 

Delight C, 6643 

Edward A., 6510 

Eliza, 52or 

Emeline, 5199 

Emeline F., 6635 

Esther A., 6637 

George L., 6623 

Henry P 5592 

Henry S., 6S64 

James H., 6511 

Jerome F., 6642 

Janet 6625 

Jane F., 6622 

Lovina, 5200 

Lovina L., 6640 

LucRETiA A., 6633 

Marietta 5152 

MaryF., 6636 

MaryP 5360 

Nelson H., 6638 

Porter I., 6626 

Rhoda p., 3541, 5150 

Rose E., 6644 

Samuel E., 6634 

Sylvanus, 5151 

Selah, 3540 

Stephen P., 5202 

Walter, 5198 

Wesley P., 6632 

William, 5204 

Andrus, 

Royal G., 5700 

Walter S., 5701 

Uriel P., 5702 

Anthony, 

Abbie E., 4701 

AbbieL., 6349 

Alice E., 7093 

Alfred W., 6350 

Caroline S., 4695 

Caroline E., 7091 

Catharine P., 4700 

Catharine H. 6330 

Charles J., 4696 

Charles L., 6335 6348 

Edgar W., 6344 



No. 

Anthony, 

Emily B., 6336 

Frank W., 4687, 6331 

Geraldine W 7090 

Helen F., 6334 

James S., 6333, 7092 

Jessie K., 4702 

Julia B 6332 

Kate J., 6346 

Lewis W., 4699 

Louisa W., 6337 

Lydia C, 4698 

Mary, 6329 

Mary C, 6347 

Sarah B., 6345 

Amadon, 

Ralph 7079 

Jessie K. 7080 

Arnold, 

Sheffield, 7097 

Arms, 

Hannah, 1106 

John, 1108 

Mercy, 1107 

Atkins, 

Joseph L., 6488 

Julia H., 6489 

Henry K., 6490 

Atwater, 

Charles, 5874 

Elizabeth B., 5S75 

Lucy R 5876 

Sarah, 5873 

Avery, 

Francis, 5689 

Franklin, 5691 

Lewis, 5692 

Marilla, 5687 

Martha, 5690 

Monroe, .... 5688 

Babcock, 

Charles, 2996 

Dolly W., 2993 

Emeline, 2997 

Elizabeth 2995 

James, 2994 

Johnathan W. 2992 

Badger, 

Edmtnd R., 5869 

Elizabeth A., 5868 

Ellen, 5871 

Samuel, 5872 

Sarah, 5870 

Baldwin, 

Anna, 2034, 2663 

Anne W., 6290 

Charles P. 4-673 6285 

Daniel, 2035 



842 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



Baldwin, 

Anna, 2034, 

Anna W 

Charles, 

Charles P 

Daniel, 

Daniix H., 

Eliza M., 

Elizabeth, 

Frederick, 

George H 

Hkli:.n, 

Hknky ?., 

Harriett R., 

Jane 

JamivS a 

John, 2666, 

John C 4671, 

Joseph, 

Keturah 

Martha, 

Martha E., 

Mary, 

Mary A., 

Moses H., 

Nehemiah W 

Percy R., 

Rehecca L., 

Ruth _ 

Sarah 

Silas 

Samtel H 

Vashti, 

Bar OWE LL, 

Jane M., 

Lavinia 

Martha, 

Mills 

Samuel, 

Sarah, 

Barr<>ws, 

Abigail 

Dan, 

Elijah, 

Joanna, 

Mary 

Melinda, 

Nathan 

Robert 

Bailey, 

Abel B., 

Adeline 

Ansel, 

Archibald G., 

Asahel 

Chauncey, 

Cynthia B., 

JOSIAH B., 



266.3' 
6290 ! 
62851 

4673 
2035 
7203 

4675 
2662 
62S7 
7202 
6291 

4679 

46S1 I 

6284 1 

46S01 

62S3 ' 

62S3I 

2664 1 

2665 

6292 

4676 

6286 

4670 

4678 

4672 

4669, 

4674, 

2033 

2032 

2661 

4678 j 

2036 

2578 
2580 
2577 
2579 
2581 

2576 

2135 
2136 
2131 
2132 
2137 
2138 
2134 
2133 

5577 
5576 
5572 
5579 
5570 
5571 
5582 

5580 



No. 

Bailey, 

LucRETiA 5575 

Mabel P., 5573 

Maria, 5583 

Marietta, 5584 

Sarah 5574 

Samuel 5578 

Sophia H., 5581 

Baker, 

Charlotte E., 6448 

Charlics W., 6449 

Caroline C, 6443 

Edward 6447 

Evelina 6442 

Henry 6446 

John W 6444 

William, 6445 

Barber, 

Anne, 711 

Azubah, 709 

Johnathau, 712 

Keziah, 708 

Lucy, 710 

Oliver 714 

Rachel 707 

Shaddrach 713 

Barnard, 

Anna M 6862 

Augustus P., 6858 

Fred a. P 5590 

Jane B., 6861 

John G., 559 1 '^ 

John H 6860 

Robert F., 6859 

Sarah G 5589 "" 

William F., .. 6857 

Barnes, 

Almira, 2760 

Blakely, 2762 

Jane G 2761 

Laura, ~ 2759 

Bart LETT, 

Addison A., 6581 

Mary E 6580 

Bates, 

Laura T., 6810 

Henry A. 6811 

Mary C, 6812 

Beach, 

Anne, 318 

Daniel, 3^7 

David, 3^4 

Elizabeth, 312 

Ephraim, 311 

Israel, 3^9 

James, 3-20 

Josiah 315 

Nathiniel, '^^ 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



843 



Beach, 

Sarah P., 313 

Belden, 

Abigaii., 3506 

Cecelia, 3506 

Elizabeth 3506 

EzEKiEL P., 3506 

EzEKiEL P., 1507 

Hannah, 3506 

James 3506 

Julia, 3506 

Mary, 3506 

Mary 1076 

Thomas, 3506 

Belding, 

Abigail, 2498 

Cecelia 2504 

Elizabeth, 2499 

EzEKiEL P., 1947, 2502 

George, 5346 

George T., 6726 

Hannah 2506 

Harriett E., 6727 

Harriett P., 5345 

James 2501 

Julia 2505 

Mary, 1948, 2503 

Mary J., 6724 

Mary M., 1948 

Prudence A-, 6725 

Sarah A., 5347 

Thomas, 2500 

Benton, 

Clymene 3857 

David R., 3862 

John F 3858 

Joseph E. 3860 

Maria, 3856 

Mary E., 3861 

Sarah A., 3859 

BiDWELL, 

Charles P 6953 

Lyman, 6954 

Bill, 

Arthur J. 5968 

Caroline M 4286 

Caroline W., 5972 

Charles E., 5978 

Francis E., 5966 

Frederick R 5980 

George 1, 5981 

Geor6e R., 4287 

Harriett P., 4283, 5973 

Harriett A., 5979 

Lucius .C, 4282 

Marcus E., 4284 

Martha J., 5970 

Mary C, 5967 



Bill, 

Mary F 5969 

Oliver A., 4285 

Bollin H., 5971 

BiSSELL, 

Abigail 2612 

David, 988, 2376 

Daniel 992 

Clarinda, 2378 

Elisha, 993, 2381 

Elizabeth, 2614 

George, 2383 

Lucy, 991 

Lydia P 2615 

Mary, 2379 

Noadiah, 990, 2375 

Phebe p. 2611 

RoxA, 2382 

Sarah, 989, 2613 

Seth, 2380 

Simeon, 2377 

Sylvia B., 2384 

Timothy P., 2610 

Blakeman, 

Agur, 1649 

Anne M 1657 

David, 675 

Eli, 1653 

Ephraim, 674 

Eunice, 672 

Ira 1655 

John 1652 

Philo 1654 

RuFus, 1656 

Samuel, 1651 

Sarah 673, 1650 

Bliss, 

Alfred T., 7166 

Allen 5234 

Anne E., 5720 

Anne M 7168 

Charles B., 5720 

David, 1377, 2716 

Daniel 2713 

Francis, 5722 

Frederick E., 5889 

George H., 7167 

George P., 6672 

Homer C, 7165 

Jabez, 1380 

John, 2717, 2721 

John W., 3962 

John H., 6673 

John P., 5719 

Lydia, i379. 2722 

Laura 2723 

Lyman, 2719 

Lucy, ?72o 



844 



INDEX -OTHER NAMES. 



Bliss, 

LoviNA, 2714 

Mary 1376 

Phebk, 1374 

PoLLv 2711 

PORTKR, 2712 

Robert 5890 

Rebecca, 1378 

Sarah, 1375 

sophronia, 2718 

WlUJAM. 2715 

WiLUAM R., 5888 

Blodgett, 

Alvah R., 4295 

Ameua, 4297 

Caroline, 4300 

Embline D., 4298 I 

Harriett P., 4293 I 

Huldah a 4296 I 

Increase P., 4301 1 

John R., 4294 | 

ROSWELL 4299 ' 

Bishop, i 

Daniel, ... 2515 1 

BiRAM 2516 I 

Annette 2517 

Beardsley, 

Alonzo G., 6388 

Alice T., 7105 

Caroline P., 6386 

Douglas 6390 

Geokgk T. 6389 

Glover 7106 1 

Porter 6391 , 

William P. 6387' 

Bltrrolgus, 

Simon, 1243 

John 1244 

Jehu, 1245 

Ebenezkr, 1247 

Aaron 1248 

David, 1246 

Beebe, 

Adelbert, .• 677T 

Charles L., 6766 

Clarence H., 6763 

Elijah P., 53S1 

Eijzabeth, 6773 

Ellen F., 6765 

Frances L 6764 

Francelia, 6772 

Harlev C 5380, 6774 

Jeannette, 5384 

Marilla M., 6768 

Merton, 6767 

Mordant 6769 

Rasselas O., 5382 

Sophia C, 5383 



Beebe, 

Watson 6770 

Bird, 

Clarence, 3906 

Elizabeth B 6S79 

Elizabeth G., 6888 

Grace E. 5608 

Grace, 6880 

Grace M., 6887 

Jessie L., 7178 

James D 7177 

Joanna D., 6882 

John A., 3905, 5606 

Maria, 3908 

Maria D., 5607 

Porter A 6884 

Russell A., 7179 

Walter G 6885 

Welles M 6883 

William A., 3907, 5609 

William A 6886 

William N. D., 6881 

Birgb, 

Abigail, 480 

Anne 1313 

Hannah, 482 

Isaac, 479, 1310 

Johnathan, 481, 131 1 

Priscilla, 1312 

Ruth, 13T4 

Sarah 478 

Brewster, 

Emily A., 3985 

Erastus, 3983 

Laura, 3981 

Lester 3982 

Salmon, 3984 

Brown, 

Anna R., 2596 

Carrie F., 5860 

Charles T., 5958 

Frkdhkick, 4246 

Ginevra, 5861 

Harvey 5858 

Jason, 4243 

John, 2597, 4242 

Lucy P. 5956 

Lyctia H., 5957 

Mary P., 5955 

Owen, 4244 

Oliver, 4249 

Oliver O 2599, 4249 

Ruth 4245 

Salmon, 4248 

Warrbn, 5859 

Watson 4247 

Zalmon, 2598 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



845 



BuLKi^riY, 

Abigail, 1030 

Dorothy. 1033 

Joseph, 1029 

Justus, 1034 

Lucius E., 5050 

Oliver, 1031 

Solomon, 1032 

BURRALL, 

Abigails., 5605 

Elizabeth, 5602 

Elizabeth M., 6875 

Edward, 5604 

Harriett H., 6S77 

John D., 7192 

John M., 6874 

Porter S., 6878 

Sarah B., 6876 

William D., 7191 

William H. 6873 

William P., 5603 

Guy a., 6889 I 

Stephen E 6890 ■ 

burrett, i 

Anna, 1621 

Charles, 

Israel, 1620 1 

Sarah 1619] 

William, 1 

Richard, 6503 

Francis P., 6504 j 

Brewer, ; 

Edward S., 42261 

Edward H 6033! 

Edith 6032 | 

Maud P 6034 1 

Sarah S. 4427 \ 

Solomon P., 4428' 

Brooks, 

Almira B., 5230 

Clement, 5229 

Ezra 5228 

Oris B 5231 

Buck, 

Charles, 4^99 

])ANiEL 4197 

EzEKiEL, 4^9*^ 

John W., 4201 

Julia S., 4200 

Susan 4202 

Bushnell, 

Alice E., 6559 

Edwin W., 6558 

Grace A., 6560 

Boggs, 

Adam A., 7132 

Gilbert H., 7135 

Lucien H 7f37 



No. 
BOGGS, 

Marion A., 7136 

Thomas R., 7134 

William E., 7133 

Bogue, 

Eliza W., 6300 

Harriett S., 6297 

Jane C, 6299 

Mary W., 6298 

Booth, 

Anna, 1182 

David, 1183 

Ilaac, 1185 

Joanna 1181 

Phter, 1 184 

Reuben, 1186 

Brainard, 

Alice O., 5245 

Almira, 3586, 5234 

Adeliza, 3587 

Anne E 5242 

Charlotte, 3576, 5256 

Carolines., 5256 

Edwin E., 5258 

Emily 3578, 5263, 5267 

Erastis, 3579, 5247 

Eliza A., 5252 

Elvira 3585, 5262 

Emma S., 5251 

Ezra, 3577 

Fidelia 5236, 5265 

Frederick P. 5246 

Henry H 5254 

Herbert 524S 

Jo.sEPH A., 5253 

Julia P., 5259 

Lawrence, 3580, 5235, 5244 

Lorenzo, 5260 

Laura A. 5243 

Louisa R., 5232 

Lyman, 3581 

Lvman O., 5250 

Mabel P., 5237, 5261 

Mary A., 5233, 5255 

Maurice D., 5264 

Miranda A 5249 

Norman, 3582 

Norman P., 5257 

Otis 3583 

Porter, 5266 

Sebastian, 3584 

BUELL, 

Abel, 3S87, 5561 

Abel P., 5569 

Abigail, 956 

Abaigail E., 4266 

ASAHEL B., 5566 

AMEILIA, ''^92 



848 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



BUELI,. 

Anna V., 3S91 

Adeline, 5078 

Cynthia, 3890 

Charles G., 4269 

Charles O., 5080 

Charles W., 6829 

Caroline, 5077 

Che;ster 5563 

David M., 4267 

Delia C 5566 

Dillon T., 5564 

Elihu p., 4263 

Ellen F 5936 

Ella, 6557, 6847 

e;lizabeth 5074 

Eliza, 5076 

Emma A., 6556 

Horatio, 5560 

Harriett 5562 

Halsey P 5944 

Hart E., 5945 

Henry C, 6830 

Judith, 3494 

Jamks t,ShH 

James H., 5079, 683^ 

James M., 556s 

John H 5942 

John W., 4265 

JosiAH M., 4268 

LoinsA 5559 

lucrktia 5565 

lucrexia j 6831 

Mabel P 3889 

Madison, 6833 

Mary A., 5950 

Mary E., 4264 

Mary F 5073 

Mary L., 5948, 6555 

Margaret, 5072 

Makiha, 5943 

Maria K., 5935 

Nancy E 5567 

Olivkr, 3493, 5075 

Oliver D., 6554 

Rosa M., 5949 

Sarah M., 50S1 i 

Sarah E., 6846 | 

WrLTHEA, 5558 

William A., 5071 

Barkett, j 

Anne, 1621 , 

Israel 1620 1 

Sakai:, 1619 

Butler, 1 

Mary r., 2507 j 

Charlotte 2508 i 

Fredrick A., 2509' 



Butler, 

ROSWELL,' 2510 

AniOAiL P 2511 

Elizabeth, 2512 

JixiA A 2513. 

Thomas, 2514 

Cadwell, 

Jonathan, 846 

Lois, 844 

Olive S4S 

Penelope, 845 

Timothy, S47 

Cankield, 

ASHUR, 1568 

Avis, 2931 

Betsey, 2937 

Evi:lina, 2934 

Elvira 2935 

Frank H. 2940 

Herman 1569 

IiHAMAR, 1567 

JTDSON, 1570 

Lorana, 1571 

Mary 2933 

Philo 1566 

Ransom 2930 

Richards., 2939 

Rebixca, 1572 

Royal I., 2938 

Sally 2932 

Samuel, 2936 

Carpenter, 

Asa, 4016 

CAI.VIN P., 4015 

Charles 2237 

Camilla, 2240 

Cleanthe, 2242 

Eliza A., 4017 

Frances, 2243 

Horatio, 2239 

JosiAH, 2244 - 

Mary 4018 

Miriam, 4020 

Phebe p., 2241 

Ruoda, 4014 

Sarah P., 4019 

Zebulon, 2238- 

Camp, 

Arthur W 7187 

Ethel, 7188 

Henry C, 7189 

Chapman, 

Aaron 1850 

ASHBEL, 1845 

Dorcas 1851 

Elijah, 1844, 3300 

Esther 1848 

Fanny, 3302 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



847 



Chapman, 1 

Joanna, 1842 

Polly, 3298 

Rkuben 1843, 3301 

ROXANA, 1849 

Ruth, 1847 

Sally, 3299 

Sarah 1846 

Chapin, 

Annk S 5454 

Charles P., 5455 

Clarissa, 2247 

Edward, 2250, 3296 

Eliza, 3295 

Eric 2249 

Hart H., 2254 

JKRUSHA, 3297 *• 

Joel 22481- 

John O 5458 

LUCRETIA 5456 

Luther A 5457 

Nathan, 2246 

Nelson 2253 

Oliver, 2252 

RuFus, 2251 

Ruth A., 5457 

Solomon, 224^ 

Welles, 5453 

Chauncey, 

Abigail, 634, 1628, 2950, 2957 

Charles 1618, 2947 

Catharine, 633, 1616, 1631, 2955 

Elihu, 631, 2948 

Elnathan E., .. ...636, 1632 

Henry, 2956 

Henrietta 4471 

John S., 1655, 2952 

John, 2958 

Lucy 2951 

Mary, 1627, 2953 

Michael, 2954 

Nathaniel, 635, 1629, 2957 

Nathaniel W.,. ....V 1630 

Sarah, 632, 1617, 1626, 2949, 4472 
Worthington G. , 1633 

Cleveland, \ 

Aaron, 1746, 

Aaron P 3x17, 4577 | 

Abiah H 31231 

Abigail, 1750 ' 

AnneN., 6160 ; 

Alison N., 6172; 

Anthony B., 31201 

Charles, 31141 

Charles D., 45841 

Catharine A., 457i I 

Dorcas, i744 I 

Edward H., 4578 



Cleveland, 

Elizabeth, 6175 

Francis, 4579 

Francis W 6158 

Frances, 3115 

George, 1747, 3110, S^", 4575 

George P 4585 / 

Grover' 6163 ^ 

Harriett A., 6159 

Jeremiah C. 3122 

John J., 3x11 

John T., 4583 

Lucy, 1749,3119, 6176 

Lewis F 6165 

Margaret, 1748, 4581 

Margaret L., 6164 

Marietta, 4572 

Mary A., 6162 

Mehitabel, 6174 

Rose E., 6167 

Richard, 4580 

Richard J., 3107 

Stephen S., 743 

Stephen B., 3x21 

Samuel C 4574 

Samuel M 6171 

Sarah, 3x16, 4573 

Susan 3118 

Susan S., 4582, 6x66 

Susannah, 1742, 3109 

Treadwell 6173 

Willi AM,... 1 745, 3108, 3x13, 4576 
William N., 6161 

COATES, 

Almira H., 5494 

Charles P., 5488 

Dwight T., 5492 

George E., 5495 

Martha G., 5490 

Mary F., 5487 

Reuben P., 5493 

Samuel E 5491 

Sarah M. 5489 

Collins, 

Harriett L 5397 

Henry P., 5396 

Cumming, 

Joseph 7116 

Mary C, 7114 

Sarah G., 7113 

Wallace, 71 15 

Coleman, 

Anne, 11 15, 2531 

Bethia, 79 

Comfort R., 1109 

Elizrbeth xixx 

Elisha, 352, 2530 

George, 2532 



,S4S 



INDEX -OTHER NAMES. 



So. 

Coleman, 

Hannah. ...75. 35' 

Hannah 1' 353, 1112 

John 76.349. 'no. 2533 

JosHi'H, 355 

JusiAH 356 

Marv 34S 

NOAU ; 77, 354 

PULliG 11 14 

Sarah, 78. 113, 2529 

Thomas, 7J, 350. 1113. 252K 

Zadock, 
Case, 

Akikl, 

Ariki. L 

ASHIvEV M., 

Accrs^rus, 

El.IZAl'.RTH, 

El.l/AUKTH P., 

Erasti s 

ESTHKR 5747 

GUORGIi, 5751 

Harlan, - r 

Harvey, „ ; , 

Hoi; • 

Jon '. 

MAi,.,. 

Oliver C, 

Silas H 

Tri'Man 
Church, 

Adklinh, 

Aimek 



Church, 

Mary S., 2521, 4212, 4219, i- 

Mary R 

Nathaniel 108S, 

Richard E., 

ROLLIN, 

ROUERT 

Samuel, 1086, 3518, 

Samuel A., 

Samikl R., 

Sarah E 

KH R., 

;Lr)ON P 

M SAN, 

Sylvia 

William J., 

William W 

Anson 

Chloe 

Charlotte 

CORNKI.IA 

D\ . 



i-, 1 tir.\.i:^:i. 

Henry, .. 

\' WCY, .... 

.i.v H... 



4226 
694c* 

2524 
4224 
2520 

42! 1 

2525 
4209 
6936 
4226 

6939 
4206 
4220 

4215 
4205 
6942 

267H 
2679 
26HI 
2682 
3201 
3202 
32fJO 

2680 
2677 
3199 



4806 

. 6416 

-ICK P., 4807 

: .rx M., 4S05 

M., 647, 4804, 6417 



C ■ ' K , 1 , , A , 

Caroline E., 

Charles S., 

Daniel 

El>TTH H., ' V -, 

Ivsther, 1084, 4210 

Htt7AR?:th 1085 

H A., 4222 

K, 1087 

2526 

' 4321 

'!--» . > 2522 

Henry 4214 

Henry F., 4225 

Harriett, 4216 

James F 4223 

James R., 6938 

John, 4213, 4'-'i9 

John C, 2-.\ , 

John R 4207, 'S ;: 

Joshua, IU.S3 

LEMAN, 2,')27 

^ "K }■ 4226 



i/\;M:'rn 6056 

r s M 6214 

ilA..;:-, W. 6215 

JoSEl'H p., 6057 

Julia P 6212 

Mary C. 6213 

Corey, 

David U 621 1 

Mary C 6209 

William D., 

COWLES, 

Chester, j>^^^-, 

David 4707, 3024 

Elkazer 1709, 3033 

Enos, 1711 

Eliz.vbeth 3035 

Eunice, 3032 

Hannah 3029 

Irene D., 3030 

Jerusha 1706, 3038 

Jonathan, 3028 

John D. 3031 

Josr>"' 3026 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



849 



No. 

COWLES, 

JOSIAH, 1708 

Lavinia, 3036 

Levi, 3020 

OuvER, 1705, 3021 

Reuben, 1710, 3039 

RuFus, 3022 

• Sarah G., 1704, 3025 

Simeon, 1712 

Silas, 3027 

Solomon 3041 u 

Stought'on, 3034 

Sylvester, 3040 ■ 

Welthea, 3042 

William 3037 

COXE, 

Arthur C, 4606 

Anne M., 4513 

Elizaseth R 4610 

Frakces a., 4611 

James R., 4608 

Mary h., 4614 

Samuel H., 4607 

Susan R., 4612 

William C, 4609 

Corcoran, 

James B., 6035 

vSarah R, 6036 

Choate, 

Helen m., 5902 

Miriam F., 5905 

■ RuFus, 5904 

Sarah, 5903 

Champlin, 

Abby a 6745 

Ellen L,., 6744 

Lucia, 6746 

William P., 6747 

Clark, 

Auria B 6835 

Delia B., 6834 

Elizabeth S 6013 

Harriett E 6836 

James M., 6837 

John T., 6914 

Julia K 6916 

Helen L., 6915 

Nancy C, 6838 

^Mary H., 6912 

Parker H., 6839 

Sarah A,, 6917 

William F 6840 

WiTLIAM H., 6918 

Curtis, 

Abigail, 310 

Anne 1524 

Charlotxe p., 4782 

Deborah, 324 



No. 

Curtis, 

Elizabeth, 1522 

Ephraim, 322 

Erastus, 2442 

Hannah, 321, 1024 

James E., 4783 

Jeremiah, 308, 2438 

John, 1026 

Josiah, 307 

Lavinia, 2436 

Leonard, 2434 

Leverett, 2432 

Lucius, 2437 

Lucy, 1028, 2440 

Marcius, 2441 

Margaret, 2433, 2439 

Martha, 1523 

Mary 1027 2439 

Mary A., 2435 

Nathan, ..-. 1525 

Ruth P., 323 

Samuel, 1025, 2431 

Sarah, 325, 1023 

William P., .4784 

Zechariah, 309 

Davis, 

Harriett S 7174 

PIenrietta R., 7175 

Mary B., 7176 

Day, 

Almon, 4534 

Amanda, 3011 

Catharine, 3008 

Climene, 4537 

Charles N., 4541 

Elihu, 4535 

Eunice 4536 

Ezekiel, 3006, 4539 

Harriett, 4538 

Harvey, 4545 

Jonathan, 535 

Justus 534 

Justin 3010 

Justin N., 4544 

Lyman, 4542 

Lydia a., 4540 

Mary, 4546 

Mercy 3009 

Oliver, 533 

Submit, 3007 

Sylvester, 4543 

Dickenson, 

Asahel, 3152 

Ardelia Wt, 4665 

Abby J., 4666 

Ethelinda, 3146 

Elizabeth, 3149 

Electa R., 4660 



850 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



Dickenson, 

Elijah M., 4661 

Henry W 4662 

Job, 3148 

lucretia, 4644 

LydiaS.,.. 4659 

Mary 4645 

Mary W., 4647 

Nathaniel 3150 

Nbthaniel P 4667 

Polly 3147 

Phebe M. ^ i 4664 

RoswELL, 3151, 4643, 4668 

Samuel, 3145 

Susannah, 4646 

Wn.LiA 4663 

Dewey, 

Aaron, 903 

Caroline 4962 

CL.A.RA E 6S17 

Charles C, 6819 

Elezar, 904 

Elijah P., 4966 

Fred E., 6818 

Gertrude E 6S27 

Harriett, 4963 

Jessie h 6S25 

James S., 4964 

Myra E., 6826 

Nathaniel 902 

Oscar H., 6816 

Stoddard, 4965 

William H., 6828 

Dening, 

Abigail 2053 

Leonard, 2056 

Rose A., 2054 

Sylvia 2055 

Denlson, 

John N., 5393 

DiMMOCK, 

Abigail, 2263 

Adolphus 2264 

Hannah 2261 

Lewis W., 2265 

LvDiA 2260 

Sarah, 2262 

Dodge, 

Anson P., 6192 

» Arthcr M., 6197 

\ Caroline M., 6184 

/ Charles C, 6194 

David L., 6185 

David S., 45S8, 6193 

Elizabeth C 4591 

PREDIiRICK N., 6189 

Geroge F., 6196 

Harriett F., 6186 



Dodge, 

Joseph E., 6190 

Julia S 45S6 

Mary A 4590 

Mary S., 6187 

Norman W., 6195 

Sarah C, 45S7 

Sarah F., 6183 

Susan P., 4592 

William E., 4589, 6188, 6191 

Doolittle, 

Alta p., 6806 

Charles H 5427 

Charles E., 6793 

Elizabeth B., 5430 

George 6803 

Hubert M., 6796 

Joel M., 6791 

John T 5426, 6794 

Kate 6805 

Mark R 543i, 6S04 

Mary 542S 

Mary E., 6797 

Mary L., 6798 

Robert E., 6795 

Sarah P., 5429 

Sarah E., 6792 

Drake, 

Aaron, 467, 1207 

Amasa, 1298 

Armyra, 1297 

ASAHEL, 1205, 2602 

Chloe C, 2605 

Damaris, 2604 

Dorcas, 443 

Dudley, 444 

Ebenezer 446 

Elijah, 1273 

Enoch, 100, 435, 1272 

Elizabeth 436, 1271 

Eunice 437. ^274 

Hannah, 103,440,466, 1211, 1293 

Hepzib.\h, 1210 

Hezekiah, 442, 1299 

Isaac 447 

Jacob, 465, 1206 

JERUSHA 441 

John, 1208 

Joseph, 1275 

IvOis, 438, 1301. 2607 

Lydia, 445 

Lucy 1295 

Mary, 1270, 1300 

Moses, 1294 

Nathaniel, lox 

Noah 439, 1296 

Rhoda 2603 

Samqel 102 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



851 



Drake, 

Sarah, 99, 1209 

Sarah G., 2606 

DUTCHER, 

Almira B. 5269 

AnneE., 

Daniel D., 5270 

Fredrick, 5268 

Mary E., 5271 

Edward, 

Durkee, 

Alonzo, 4374 

Benjamin, 2706, 4371 

BeIvA 2709 

Hiram H., 4f7o 

Horace,: 2710 

Julius, 4372 

John 2705 

Laura, 4373 

Mary, 4375 

Nathan 2787 

Phebe, 2708 

Deidrick, 

Hannett E. 7073 

Nicholas J., 7074 

Deyoe, 

Alonzo, 6072 

Eunice, 6074 

James M., 6073 

Philena, 6071 

Dwight, 

Albert 5556 

Alonzo 5363 

Bessie v., 6733 

Eethiah 3S69 

Clarissa, 5365 

Chp;ster 5369 

Elizabeth, 5361 

Eveline, 5552 

Emily A., 5555 

Frederick, 5557 

- Francis P., 604 

Frank, 7180 

Henry E., 5554 

Harriett E. 7073 

Harriett M., 6737 

Helen M-, 6728 

Horace D., 5362 

Jennie O., 6742 

Lucy A., 6731 

I/Ydia, 5364 

Martha S 6736 

Myron C, 6739 

Mary, 3867, 5367 

Mary E 6741 

Mary U, 5553 

Nicholas J., 7074 

Norman, 5368 



Dwight, 

Norman P., 6740 

Orson, 5370 

Oscar, 5551 

Ralph I,., 6738 

RoswELL, 3870 

Sarah A., 6732 

Sally a., 6743 

Sylvester, 5355 

Sylvester F., 6735 

Walton, 6729 

Ward A. 6734 

Webster, 6730 

Eastes, 

Edward P., 6401 

Eliza G., 6402 

Francis S., 6400 

John W., 9399 

Eaton, 

Daniel C, 6137 

Ellen d., 6136 

Francis S., 6138 

Edwards, 

Agnes, 4830 

Katherine a 3288 

Charles A., 4228 

Elizabeth T,, 3281, 4836 

Edward W., 4824 

Eugene P 4837 

Eugene, 3289 

FiTz Hugh, 4833 

George W., 3286 

George B 4835 

Jerusha, 1841 

John E., 3284 

Jonathan, 1839, 3280, 4823 

Mary, 1840 

Mary P., 3283, 4826 

Phebe, 4831 

Sarah P., 3287, 4834 

Susan L., 4827 

Tryon 3285, 4832 

Walter 3282, 4825 

Wheeler d., 4829 

Eliot, 

Achilles 3083 

George, 3076 

■Hannah, 3082 

Isaac, 3079 

John, 3077 

Julia, 7009 

Mary, 3081 

Samuel 3078 

Timothy, 3080 

ELItSWORTH, 

Annie G., 6055 

Edward. 6054 

Henry W., 605S 



S5L' 



INDEX -OTHER NAMES. 



Et,Y, 

Abner 1737 

Abner S., 3085 

Albert, 4204 

Anne 662 

Bridget 3088 

Daniei., 665 

Deborah, 670 

Elijah 1735, 3071 

Elizabeth, 663, 668, 1740 

Elizabeth W., 4196 

Ezra, 3084 

Hannah, 1736, 3074 

Heman, 4203 

Hepzirah, 3075 

Jane, 3089 

Joseph, 667 

Joanna, 671 

Justin, 4195 

KLate, 3073 

Lois, 1741 

Marsh, 1738 

Martha, 3087 

Mary 661, 669, 1739 

Phebe 3070 

Richard 664 

Samuel C, 1734, 3072 

SiMILIAS, 3086 

William 666 

Emerson, 

Annette H 6378 

Benjamin K., 6376 

Charlotte F 6375 j 

Edward IT . 6377 1 

Enos, I 

Benjamin 423 

Harriett', 420 

James, 421 

Joseph P., 424 

Sarah, 422 

Emmons, 

Deliverance, 3173 

Mary 3176 

Martha, 3172 

Sarah A., 3175 

WiLLL\M, 3174 

Fabrique, 

Benjamin 2863 

Elizabeth, 2S61 

William L 2862 

Field, 

Abigail, 1128 

Amos, 360, 1122 

Anna E., 6262 

David, 1129 

Editha, 1118 

Eltakim, 361 

EsTHKR ino 



Field, 

George W 6263 

Hannah, 359, 1119, 1131 

John, 357, 1127 

Mary, 362 

Mecdad, 1117 

Mehitalel, 1121 

Rhoda 1126 

Sarah 358, 1124 

Zechariah, 1 120 

Zenas 1123 

ZiLPAH, I125 

Fay, 

Edwin, 6655 

Elethera, 6657 

JOSIAH D., 6659 

Sarah F., 6656 

William H 6658 

Fitch, 

Augustus, 4523 

AiniELIA, 4524 

Betsey S 5421 

DoRASTus 3775 

Herbert 3776 

Sarah P., 3777 

Electa 4520 

Fayette 5423 

Helen, 5424 

John 4521 

Julia, 4522 

Lucy, 5425 

Mary, 5422 

Mary M 4525 

Fletcher, 

Charles S., 4385 

Frank H 4384 

Flint, 

Alice M., 5824 

Arthur A., 5825 

Edward P., 5822 

Ellen a., 5821 

Henry a 5823 

Fowler, 

Catharine 2960 

William C, 2959 

French, 

L\'DiA M., 4939 

Mary S., 4937 

Sarah A., 4938 

Warren C 4940 

William S., 4941 

FOOTE, 

Charles I .. 6467 

DuANE D., 5240 

Emilv B., 5238 

Frederick 6465 

George W., 6463 

Harriett M., 6461 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



853 



FOOTE, 

Henry L,., 6462 

Mary T 6464 

Nancy M 5241 

Norman B., 5239 

Sarah K., 6466 

Forbes, 

Charles, 5894 

Robert W., 5893 

Susan H. 5891 

William J 5892 

Fairchild, 

Eliza G., - 5925 

Sarah L., 5924 

Sidney H., 5923 

Fisher, 

Catharine W., 6119 

Edward H., 7038 

Edward T., 6117 

Elizabeth P 6112 

Faith H., 7036 

Francis P., 6114 

Frederick P., 6113 

George H 6115 

George C, 7035 

Henry T., 7037 

Richard T., 7039 

Gager, 

Luther P., 2737 

Galpin, 

Lavalette, 7260 

Samuel A., 7259 

Gay, 

borodel m., 4704 

Erastus E., 4706 

Martha W., 4705 

NATHANIEL E., 4703 

Gaylord, 

Alexander, 677, 730 

Anna or Anne, 36, 181, 678, 679 

731, 1662. 

Abigail, 183, 727, 1716 

Benjamin 3014 

Catharine, 1698 

Chester, 3052 

Daniel 681 

Elizabeth, 185, 193, 683, 1658 

1696. 

Esther, 1S8 

Eliakim, 682, 1659 

Ebenezer, 1661, 1703 

Elijah, 694 

Elijah M., 1685 

Eliphalet, 1701 

Giles A 1684 

Hannah, 37 

Hezekiah, 41, 1675 

Ithamar 1663 



Gaylord, 

ISRAEL; 3053 

John, 38, 179, 194, 676, 719, 729 

1717- 

Joseph, ,186, 728, 1680 

Josiah, ...42, 184, 692, 1677, 1719 

Keturah, 3015 

Lois, 3012 

Lucy, 1679 

Mary, 180, 715, 1597 

Margaret, 2713 

Margaret T 1683 

Martha,.. 1713 

Meribah 1702 

Moses 1718 

Nathaniel, 39, 182, 680, 721 

1660, 1700. 

Naomi, 690, 1682 

Nehemiah, 693, 720, 1681 

Oliver, 1699 

Penelope C, 3054 

Rachel 189 

Ruth, 187, 190, 722, 723 

Samuel, 191, 718, 725, 1714, 3050 

Sarah 691, 718, 725, 1676 

Submit D., 3051 

Thomas, 1678 

William, ....40, 192, 715, 724, 3013 
Geddes, 

James 6532 

Mary, 6533 

GEIoSTON, 

Antoinett B., 5930 

Betsey, 4238, 5920 

Henry W., 5933 

Hugh, 4237 

Jane, 42^11 

Jane a., 5919 

Joseph M 5932 

Maltby 4240, 5922 

Pauline W., 5921 

Phebe, 4239 

Sarah G., 5931 

Gilmer, 

Hannah H., 7108 

Lcvina p., 7107 

Gillette, 

Anna, 1280, 1330, 2650 

AURELIA 1335, 2654 

Caroline, 2685 

Chloe, 1331 

David B., 5947 

Esther, 1333, 2652 

Electa, 2683 

Ellen M., 5946 

ELf/ABETH, 1276, 2653, 1334 

Horace, 1336, 2655 

Horace C 2684 



854 



INDEX— OTHER NAMEvS. 



*,t1J,1,KI'1I-., 

Jabhz, '-^7^ 

John, 277 

Lucy, 1279 

Prudence, 1281 

RoxA 2652 

Rox.'VNA, 1332 

Gilchrist, 

Elsie. ...■. 2860 

jAcouRS, 2858 

SAPr-uiRA 2857 

TlIEBIS, 2859 

Goodrich, 

Abigail, 2070, 4460 

Abigail P 5062 

Aaron, 748, 1766 i 

Annl 1777. 2079 I 

Butler, 5060 1 

CnAUXcHY 2941, 6048 

Chat.'Ncey a., 4456 

Caleb, "^^^54] 

Catharine, 4462 I 

Catharine C, 2946 

Charles A 2945, 4461 

David, 1763, 5058 

Dorcas, 1767 I 

Elijah 825 ; 

Elkazer, T761 j 

Eliphalet, 1778, 2080 

Elizur, 2942, 4455 ' 

Elihu, 4464 I 

Elihu C 2943 I 

Elizabeth, 1764, 1774,2076, 4459 

5057. 

Ebenkzer W 5053 

Edward 5055 

Edward C, 6049 

Emily C, 4466 

Emily L., 6066 

Prances 6052 

Francis B 6068 

George W.,„ 5061 

Hannah, 823 

Huldah 5059 

Isaac, 2067 

Israel 2058 

Joanna 1768 

Joseph, 2066 

JosiAH, 747. 1760 

Julia,.! 6051 

Lydia 2057 

Lydia M., 5063 

Mehitabel, 829, 2065 

Mary 1769, 2069 

Mary A., 4465 

Mary E 6067 

Martha 2068 

Milicent, 1773, 2075 



No. 

Goodrich, 

Nathaniel 830, 2064 ^ 

Nancy 4457 • 

Porter, i775. 2077 

Rebecca, 824, 1770 

Ruth 826 

Samuel, 749, 831, 177 1, 2073, 2944 

Samuel G., 4463 

Sarah, 828, 1762, 1765, 2072 

Sarah W 4458 

Simeon 2071 

Solomon, 1776, 2078 

Stephen 827 

Welthean, 1772, 2074 

William 5056 

William H 6050 

Goodspeed. 

Bertha M 7072 

Charles D., 7071 

Willis F., 7070 

Goodwin. 

Abigail 2734 

Abraham 235 

Anne 3732 

Benet 233 

Daniel 2081, 3731 

Eleazer, 232 

Frederick C, 5417 

Frances L 5418 

Hkzekiah 230, 833 

Isaac, 231 

Joanna 237 

Jonathan 821 

Joseph 835 

Joshua M 5414 

LUCRETIA, 3733 

Lucrhxia C. 5413 

Lois 239 

Mehitabel, 234, 822 

Ruth, 238 

Sarah 836, 2083 

Sarah H 5420 

Samuel, 834 

Stephen 236, 832, 2082 

Stephen A 3735, 5419 

Grafton, 

Charles C, 5983 

Henry D., 5982 

John G., 5984 

Joseph, 5985 

Grant. 

Abigail 61. 273 

Adoniram 953 

Anne, 975, 2349. 2365 

ASHBEL, 970 

Bathshe:ba 983 

Benjamin, 205, 295 

Bethiah, 202, 292 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



855 



Grant, 

Cluny, 

Daniei. 281, 

David, 276, 969, 

Ebenezer, 277, 967, 972, 

Edward, 

Elias, 

Edna, 

Eli^en W., 

Elizabeth 279, 963, 

Elisha, 

Elijah, 

Ephriam, 274, 961, 974, 

Esther, 

Eunice, 966, 

Frederick D 

Grace, 275, 960, 

Hannah 270,282, 

Henry, 

Jessie R., 4147, 

John, 55, 278, 288, 

Jonathan, 

JOSIAH 57, 

Margaret, 

Martha, 

Mary, 59, 283, 2345, 

Mary F., 

Matthew, 56, 280, 979, 

Minor, 

Noah, 54, 272^290j_952j_ci6i^ 

NATHANlEt,". 58, 

Olive, 

Oliver 

Orville L,., V 

Peter 2342, 

Phebe, 

Philip, 

Prudence, 

Rachel, 

Rebecca 

roswell, 

Ruth, 293, 

Samuel 53, 

Samuel S., 

Sarah, 60, 286, 

Solomon 954, 2344, 2347, 

4144. 

Stephen, 

Susannah, 2343, 

Triphenia 

Ulyses S., 

U. S., JR 

Virginia, 

William, 285, 

ZERIAH, 

ZEBULON, 



Graves, 

5864 AnneE., 5522 

982 Augusta P., 5045 

2366 Charles H 5521 

2373 Elizabeth D., 5510 

980 Erastus, 3823 

2361 Eunice B., 3825 

2372 Eunice E., 55^7 

7012 Evelina, 5039 

977 Jane S., 5040 

965 ' James G., 5043 

968 John P., 5041, 5523 

2359 Josephs., 5516 

964 Lemuel C, 55^i 

971 Minerva P 5^44 

7010 Martha A., 5524, 3824 

2366 Mary D., 3822 

981 Samuel D 3821 

2371 Samuel P., 5042 

7013 Gray, 

978 Alice G., 6800 

296 Elizabeth P 6799 

287 Katharine 6801 

4148 William C 5994, 6802 

955 Grenelle, 

2364 Charles F., 7052 

5867 JOHK S., 7050 

984 Joseph H., 7053 

29T William E., 7051 

^2341 Greene, 

' 294 j Anna M., 599^ 

289 Catharine P., 5992 

2374 MaryW., 5993 

58661 Nathaniel, 5994 

4145 Griffith, 
2370 Alonzo F., 6997 

2362 Ellen M., 7000 

2360 Emma L., 7ooi 

284 George F 6999 

976 Ruth L,., 6998 

973 Gilbert, 

2348 Sarah H., 4808 

271 Gridlev, 

5863 Abigal 2421 

986 Addison, 2986 

2363 Ashbel, 2422 

Elisha, 2419 

2367 Harry W., 2983 

4146 Joel, 2425 

987 Joseph, 4156 

5862 Laura W. 2985 

7011 Noah, 2424 

5865 Ralph W., 2984 

2368 Root, 4^49 

985 Sarah 2420 

2369 Zebina 2423 



85(i 



INDEX -OTHER NAMES. 



Gregory. 

Edward S., 4121 I 

Elizabeth 4122 

Efkik V 5^50 

Elsie, 5^51 

Francis J 4124 \ 

Henry P., 41231 

JOSI-PH 4125 

LURKNA E., 4126 

Oscar O 5852 | 

Griswold, j 

Abiel, 1673 ; 

Abigail 684,689, i66.s. 1669 

AZCBAH, ~ ~ 

Benjamin 

Deborah, -,- 

Edward, 1664 

Elizabeth, 995 

Elisha 699 

Emma H 6254 

Frederick W., 62551 

Hezekiah 687, 1667 ; 

Hepzibah 705 i 

Hester, 696 

Isaac 688, 1671 

jexnnette h., 6257 

JERLSHA, 410 

John- 6S6 

Jonathan, 4iu 

Keziah, 16661 

Lucy, 411 | 

Lydia, 414, 697 

Mary, ■ 409, 1668 

Matthew, 412 I 

Noah 413 i 

Nathaniel, 703! 

Naomi. 701 j 

Norbert W., 62561 

Prldence, 1670, 1672 I 

Rachel 685 

Ruth 7cx) | 

Sylvanxts, 706 I 

GURLEY, 

Abigail, .. 3404 ] 

Abby p., 2640 I 

Anne E., 4954 

Anne M., 43' ^2 ! 

Austin 2637 | 

Clarissa A., 49491 

Ellen 4953 1 

Francis L. B., 4307 

George 4952 1 

Henry 4951 ! 

Harriett M. K., 4304 ' 

Henry H., 2636. 4306 | 

John A. 26391 

John W ,2634 4305 I 

Lavinia, 3402 I 



GURLEY, 

Lucy E., 4310 

Mary, 2635, 4303, 4950 

Mary C, 4312 

Mary E., 4303 

Ralph R 2638, 4311 

Revere W., 4309 

Sarah S., 3403, 4948 

Selia R 4308 

Uriah B 3405 

Haight, 

Anne M 4839 

Elizabeth 4840 

' • ne E., 4844 

''MiN 3294 

CEs P. 4841 

-ietta E., 4842 

. - J 329«. 4843 

Jonathan E., 3290 

Mary E 4838 

Walter 3292 

William 3293 

William B 4845 

Hamlin, 

■^ •"■ \iL A 1624 

:iX A., 572 

KIAH W., 5173 

Jabkz 16:^2 

Laura P., 5174 

Margaret, 1623 

Martha S 5175 

Hansell, 

Felixina 6453 

Julia S 6451 

MaryC 6452 

William A 6450 

Halleck, 

Abel B., 6845 

Amelia B., 6844 

James H., 6843 

Samuel P., 6841 

William C, 6842 

Hainfs. 

David 4291 

James W., 4292 

Jane 4290 

Newton, 4289 

Philo, 4288 

Hart, 

Arthur B 7023 

Burdette 6010 

Ellen 6012 

James P 2764 

Jane P. 2758 

John L 2765 

Mary A., 7024 

Marilla M 7026 

Minerva A., 7025 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



857 



Hart, 

Norman E., 7027 

Norman L 6011 

SamueIv p., 2757 

HASKEIyL, 

Adam A, 7145 

Alexander C, 7138 

Anthony P., 7141 

Alice V., 7146 

Charles T., 7143 

Frederick C, 7144 

LoinsA P., 7139 

Marion A 7142 

Mary F., 7140 

Susannah C, 7147 

Hastings, 

Abigail, 1731 

Content, 3065 

Elizabeth 3068 

Hannah, 1732 

John, 730,. 3064 

Mary, i733, 3066 

Mary L 7041 

Samuel, 3069 

Richard C, 7040 

Waitstill, 3067 

Hawkes, 

Emma S., 5506 

Frances R., 5504 

Newton R., 550S 

Myrtie E. 5509 

Mary A., 5507 

Wesley O. 5505 

Hayden, 

Dorothy, 1349 

Ebenezer, 1350 

Eunice, 1282 

Ezra, 1284 

Lucy, 1283 

MiNDWELL, 1351 

Oliver, 1348 

Heath, 

Alice M., 5816 

James A., 5815 

Mary F., 5814 

Herrick, 

Elizabeth P., 6242 

LucyW., 6243 

William C, 6241 

HiCKOCK, 

Andrew, 1038 

Concurrence, 1037 

Elijah, 1040 

]\Iehitabel, 1042 

Ruth, 1041 

Simeon, 1043 

Thaddeus, 1039 



Higginson, 

Barbara 3103 

Elizabeth, 3104 

George, 3105 

Henry, 3106 

John, 3099 

Nathaniel, 3101 

Sarah, 3100 

Stephen, 3102 

Hill, 

David P., 4323 

George E., 4324 

Henry M 4322 

Mary P., 4327 

Richard B., 4326 

Sarah E., 4325 

HiLLHOUSE, 

Caroline S., 3274 

David A., 4817 

David P 3272 

Lawrence P., 4815 

Martha S 4816 

Mary E. 3270 

vSarah p., 3269 

Thomas 3273 

William F., 3271 

Hills, 

Alonzo P 6652 

Francis K., 6650 

George A., 6651 

Harriett M., 6654 

Kate J., 6653 

Lydia M., 6649 

Holcomb, 

Clymene, 1290 

Eli 1287 

Elijah, 1286 

John, 1291 

Lois, 1288 

Luther, 1292 

Lydja, 1289 

Matthew 1285 

HOLTON, 

Arthur H., 6265 

Charles S., 6268 

Clifford J., 6270 

Effie V 6277 

Ezra L., 4658 

Fidelia, 4654 

Frank B., 6269 

Frank G 6276 

Frank T., 6272 

George, 4648 

Grace B., 6278 

Harriett G., 6275 

Helen a., 6273 

Horace, 4652 

Isabella E., 4656 



858 



INDEX -OTHER NAMES. 



HOI.TON, 

LOl'lSA, 

LUCRETI.' 

LiLV A. .. 
Mary, ... 
Mary A , 

Rosa J., 

ROSWHLL, 

Ruprs, 

Sarah A., 

Wautkr R 

William. , 

noLL\Nn, 

I-MXTA M , 

J. N \S W., 

Laura A., 

Susan A., 

William H., 

HOLLEV. 



■I'UO 



4655 

4720 

4723 
4722 

4719 



.3919, 60- s 



Alice, 




Editit 




ivM 






; C ^ 






N M. J-M? toi8, 50- 



!\ M 



.PACK 



622 

563 i 



M.\UIA, 

Maria C, 

Mary A 392*^^ 

Mary E 

Porthr 

Porter pace 

Sally P., 

vSarah, - 

William R 1 

Hinman, 
Aaron, .. 

Ai>\M, „ 104s. 

Albert, 

Anna, , 

Bknjamin, 



i..- 

Ezra 

George, 
Harry, 



•K, 



HiNMAN, 

HOEL 

Isaac, 1044, 

Laura, 

Mari.a 

Martha 

Mary 1045. i545. 

Olive 1541, 2458. 

I'^-tEXCB, 1544. 

PER 

Ki TJi E 29C)9, 

> \i<An 1049, 

Timothy',. ..1047, 1542, 2462, 

Tri'man. 

William 2451, 

Hopkins. 



2457 
2449 
245'' 
244S 

1046 

4449 
2910 
2914 
2464 

1543 
444« 
2447 
29fj8 
2911 
2913 



2'j]h 

2917. 4450 



■ ^; -^ 

J 4761 

K D 4755 

- F 4711 

TE P.. 4757 

1813. 4747 

^373 

3209. 6372 

S 471M 

4734. 4759 

3>95 

I- 47.^'i 

6362 

T., 4760 

.- 6380 

»762 

T 47«4 

h 4733 

H 474>^ 

1807 

; 1 ■ !; I i 1 TT, 3192 

H\K"ii:rT E 4715, 473' 

l!i .NKV B.. ■: •- 

' i INKY S 

'i sWUTTaA., -^Z 

^ T 4749 

:, l8«8 

John, 1812, 4751 

John C, 1801 

John T. 3197 

John L 4732. 6379 

JULTVS H.. ^ 

Lkwis S 3210, 

LrcY, ^. . 

Li'LU 63S1 

LrcRETiA S., 4713; 

Madei _ 1806' 

Martha 1803 

Maria M 4754 



INDEX— OTHER NAMEvS. 



859 



Hopkins, 

Margaret D., 4750 

Mary E., 4710 

Mary T., 4717 

Mary A., 4756 

Nancy 3196 

Nehemiah, 1802 

Penelope, 1800 

POIvLY, 1810 

Robert O., 6366 

Ronald M., 5367 

Sarah P., 1804 

Samantha h., 4730 

Samuel 1805, 3208, 6355 

Samuel P., 3194 

Sarah A. W 3207 

Sarah A., 4753 

Sarah B., 6371 

Stephen, 1809 

Stephen G., 3193 

Stephen W., 4712, 4729 

Susan C, 3198 

Theodore C, 6353 

William S. B. 4752 

William S 6374 

Hotchkiss, 

Arvhsta A., 6047 

Ruth E., 6046 

Howell, 

Sarah, 140 

Eli:^abeth, 141 

Howard, 

Amy L., 6024 

Angeline L., 6023 

Bezaleel 1912 

Charles, 3457 

Catharine L., 5015 

Eliza W., 5010 

Elizabeth B., 5013 

Emily W., 5018 

Ezekiel W., 3459 

Frances A 5009 

Hannah W., 5007 

John, 3456 

LuciNDA O., 5011 

Margaret, 3558, 5008 

Mary D., 5016 

Myra L., 6026 

Sarah B., 5017 

Sophia W., 5014 

Thomas D., 5012 

William L., 6025 

HOVEY, 

Charles A., 4947 

Emily, 4943 

Janet, 4962 

Joseph, 4945 



HoVEY, 

John G., 4944 

Marion, 4946 

Hubbard, 

Almira 3186 

Anna 1726 

Cynthia, 3180 

Daniel 3047 

Elisha, 3044 

Elizabeth, 3046, 4551 

Edmund 3048 

Eunice N., 4552 

Electa, 6019 

Harriett, 4548 

Jerusha, 3182 

Joanna 1727 

John W., 3(84 

Lawrence, 3183 

LuciNDA, 4549 

Lucy, 3043 

Margaret, 4550 

Maria, 4547 

Mehitabel, 3179 

Moses , 3178 

RoswELL, 3177 

Sarah P.. 3181 

Sophia 3185 

Susan 4553 

Susannah, 1724, 3045 

William, 1725, 3049 

Hill, 

Harriett A., 7118 

Lucy H 7117 

Hunt, 

Ebenezer, 5715 

Edwin, 5839 

Frederick P., 5842 

Gertrude E 5841 

Harriett P., 5717 

Henderson W., 5843 

Ida a. 5838 

Jerry a., 5844 

Kitty A 5840 

Nathan S., 5717 

Ruth S., 5718 

Huntington, 

Abigail ^ 1877 

Andrew, 3334 

Almira, 3336 

Ambrose, 3339, 3350 

Apollos 3342 

Archibald D., 4900 

Arria S., 6128 

Bertha, 6107 

Bethia T., 4557 

Catharine G 4563 

Catharine B 4869 

Catharine S 4805 



860 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



Huntington, 

Catharine F. 6121 

Charles P. 4554 

Charles S., 6181 

Charles W., 6105 

Cyrus T., 3352 

David L. L., 6177 

Deborah, 1874 

Edward B., 4558 4S98 

Edward S., 6109 

Edmund D., 6126 

Elida., 7046 

Elijah H., 6106 

Hlisha 1872 3341 

Elizabeth P., 4555 

Esther 3348 

Francis J 3359 

Flora, 6123 

Frederick A., 3331 

Frederick S 6122 

Frederick F., 7047 

Fred D 4564 

George S 4896 

George P 6127 

George F 6178 

Helen F., 61041 

Helen M., 6120 

Henry W 3353 | 

Henry K., 48931 

Henry G., 6110 i 

Hezekiah 1674, 3357 I 

Hiram, 3349 I 

Horace, 3555 I 

Horace A 3555 

John, 1870, 3330! 

John L 3348 

John W., 4559 j 

James O., 6129 1 

Jhdediah 3347; 

Joseph C, 70441 

Julia A 3354 

Julia P., 6180 | 

Julia W., 7042; 

Laura, 33441 

Laura C, 6111 > 

Lucia C, 7<M3 ! 

Lucy B 6118 , 

Lucy C, 679, 7043 [ 

Mary 3333! 

Mary D., 4562! 

Mary E., 6108, 6132' 

Maria C 4S90 ! 

Maria W., 6125 | 

Margaret K 4899 

Mkhitabel, 1S71 I 

Nancy 3343 j 

Prescendia 3351 , 

Rebecca,... 3332 I 



Huntington, 

Robert G., 3335 

RCBERT W 4891 

Ruth 1H7S 

Ruth P 3345 

Ruth G. 6131 

Samuel, 1876, 3338, 2356, 4S92 

Sarah B 4894 

Sarah C, 6182 

Stephen V. D 7045 

Susan L., 3358 

Thankful 1879 

Theodore G., 4561 

Thekphilus p., 4560 

Walticr E. 6124 

William 1873 16130. 3346 

William E 6119 

William P 4556 

William W., 4S97 

Hurlbltt, 

Danif.i. 1587 

Gideon 1588 

hutchins, 

Anne M.. 4724 

Electa A., 4726 

Frank P.. 4725 

John T 4727 

Hyde, , 

Agnes M., 2997 

Charles P 3SS2 

Charles K 6152 

Eunice 2199, 3883 

Esther E., 3886 

Frances 3880 

George C. 6149 

Henry M., 6153 

Jeanie P 59^5 

Joshua, 2196 

Katharine C, 6156 

LucRETiA 2200 

Meiiitabel, 2198 

Mary 3877, 4838 

Marietta, 6157 

Melancton W., 6155 

Nathaniel 2195 

Oliver C, 2197 

Prudence, 3881 

Rhoda, 3878 

Roxana 3879 

Simeon P., 6150 

Theodore M., 5995 

Thomas S 615 1 

Watson B., 3885 

Welthea, 3884 

William C 6154 

Jack, 

Elizabeth S., 6133 

Margaret P 6134 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



861 



HURD, 

Benjamin, 

Daniel Iv.,... 

Charity, 

Jackson, 

Eugenp: B 

Frank A., SzS\i 

Howard K.,.......„.. 

Jessie C, 

Mary L., 

Jewell, 

Josephine, 

Helen l, 

Mary, 

Joscelyn, 

Deborah 

Freeman, 

JUDD, 

Michael, 

Susannah, 

JUDSON, 

Abigail, 34, 584, 637, 1470, 

1550. 2853, 2891. 

Abner, 651, 

Abel, 645, 

Agur 647, 

Anna, 1447, 

Adoniram, 1502, 

Asa, 

ASHBEL 

Amos, 

Bethiah, 

Benjamin, 608, 

Charlotte, 

Charles, 

Charles A., 

Caroline F., 

Chapman, 576, 1456, 

Damaris, 

David, 159, 578, 615, 644, 

2854. 

Daniel, 150, 649, 

Deborah, 

Dorcas, 

Edward L 

Elnathan, 583, 2884, 

Elijah, 

Eliphalet, 

Elmer, 

Elisha, 587, 

Ephraim, 148, 603. 

Ephratm E., 

Eunice, 639, 1473, 

Eliza, 

Elisha, 

Elihu, 

Elizabeth 571, 577, 607, 

1474, 1496, 1560, 2893. 



No. No. 

I Judson, 

2452 I Esther 30, 1475, 2830, 2882 

2453 Esther M., 2900 

2454 Gideon, ,. 1510 

Grace, 28 

7095 Hannah,... 35, 153, 605, 643, 1450 
^094 2881, 2927. 

7096 j Henry, 2926 

63531 {lENRY P., 6233 

6352 ^ -'hollister, i516 

Isaac 149, 606 

7067 Isaac E., i495. i795 

7068 James, 27,157,604, 641 

7069 John 142, 573. 144S 

Jonathan, 145, 590, 1509 

4013 Joseph, 29, 144, 156, 575, 1455 

4012 Joseph R., 2892 

Joshua, 31, 143. 582, 1493 

1222 JERUSHA, 589 

1223 Keziah, 1481 

Lucy, 1477, i575 

1514 Lewis 642 

Mabel 1478 

156S Maria 2925 

1515 Martha 146, 586, 640, 1507 

1565 Mary, 151, 572, 574, 613, 1453 

1574 1472, 1482, 1499. 

2888 Mary A., 2825 

1578 Matthew, 1513 

2829 Mehitabel, 1561, 1573 

2824 Nathan, 579 

652 Nathan S 1480 

1577 Noah, 1500, 2885 

1471 Olive, 611 

2899 Patience 1467 

2856 Palmer, 2887 

2880 Philo 1512,2894, 2923 

1511 Peter, 588 

1476 Phebe, 33, 158, 645, 1449, 1494 

1469 Prudence, 1466 

Rhoda, 2922 

2855 Rebecca 155, 610, 1564 

1492 Ruth, 32, 648, 1494 

612 Ruth A., 2895 

6232 Sabra, 1479 

2989 Sarah, 25, 154, 570, 602, 614, 638 

585 650, 1446, 1549, 1562, 2828. 

147 Samuel 580, 1576 

2928 j Seth 1452, 2826 

1501 Simeon 1508 

1497 Solomon 1468, 1558 

2879 Susan C, 6234 

1559 Susannah, 581, 1451, 1454 

2929 Sylvester, 2924 

614 Thaddeus, 1498, 2886 

2883 Thomas, 1551 

616 Timothy, 609, 2827 

Zephaniah, 1457 



862 



INDEX- OTHER NAMES. 



Kellogg, 

Amos , 

Abraham, 

lucreila, 

prudknce, 

Rachel P., 

Samuel 

Sarab, , 

Sybil 

Kent, 

Abiah a., 

Alexander E., 

Al^YAXDA G. 

Alice C, 

Delia, 

Delia E., 

Elihu L., 

Elizabeth B...... 

Gamaliel 

Hamkton n...... 

Henrv M., 

Laura 

Laura A 

Lyman E ■ 

Lucy C 

Rebecca M 

Keyes, 

Abigail 

CHARLttTTE, 

Kleazar, , 

Eliza, , 

Henry 

Jerusha 

JVIAA, 

Mary 

Stephen P... 
Keenky, 

Julia A., 

Mary A. 

Samuel W.,. 
King, 

Betty S 

Charlotte P.,... 

Catharine B,,.., 

David L., 

Elizabeth, 

Ellen L., 

George W, 

Helen D 

Henry C, 

Henry W 

Hezekiah 

Huwell S 

Israel H 

Julia A 

Julia E., 

Julia H., 

Leicester, 

Jo J J-- P H 



5691 
3C'i9 
3690 
3692 
3689 
3018 

3°^ 
3016 



49' 5 
336 r 
4909 
3360 
4908 

3363 
4912 
4916 

3362 
4910 
4906 
491 1 

ryOT 






4884. 



3261 
3259 
3263 

57<M 
5705 
5703 

6484 
64S1 
4888 
4885 i 
6482 I 
6483 
6480 
4886 

6475 
4881 
48S7 
6485 

6479 
4882 

6477 
6476 
6478 



King, 

Martha P. 6487 

Su.sAN H 4883, 6485 

King.sbury, 

Addison, 3937 

Clarence A., 6969 

Diana, 5663 

Ebenezer,^ 5664 

Electa 3933 

Emeline 3938 

^'• ^'^'^ B 3930 

KICK W., 5686 

■ :^'. ;- -K P 695S 

George E ~ 6965 

Harlan P., - 5684 

Helen L., 6957 

Howard 6956 

Joseph A., 5685 

Lewis F - 6968 

Loi 3928 

L<' 5662 

Mak., 3934 

Maria, 5660 

Newton E., 6970 

Oliver - 3929 

Oliver A 6955 

O. R 5660 

Persis, 3932 

Ralph W., 6967 

RoxANA, 3935 

Ruth, 3936 

Sarah C,» 6964 

Ward 3931 

Ward M., 6965 

Knight, 

Hknry C 6855, 7066 

Sarah J., 6856 

Kilbourne, 

Lewis, 2085 

Ruth . 25S4 

Lambert, 

Margaret E 6415 

William C, 6414 

Lawrence, 

Cecelia A., 6561 

Edgar E. 6563 

Eva 5445 

John P., 5446 

John S 5444 

Mary E 6562 

MaryP 5447 

Lawton, 

Alexander R., 71J2 

Caroline F., 7109 

Louisa F., 7110 

Nora 7111 



INDEX— OTHER NAEMS. 



863 



Lane, 

Alexander E., 4173 

Clement W., 4179 

LiDORiANA 4174 

Lucy L., 4178 

Olivet., 4175 

Orra p., 4176 

Silas H., 4177 

Leavenworth, 

Charles, 4526 

Elias, 4528 

William, 4527 

Leach, 

Ellen S., 5818 

Grace A., 5819 

HOLLIS F,, 5820 

Horace W., 5817 

Lee, 

Almira S., 4397 

Amelia R., 5475 

Angeline 4399 

Alice 6017 

Benjamin 1215 

Caroline, 439^ 

Eunice 1213 

Electa 4394 

Edward L 5474 

Ella, '. toi8 

James, 1212 

James T. 6014 

John R., 4393 

Jkannette T., 6013 

Lorenzo P., 4391, 6016 

Minerva, 4390 

Reuben P., 5476 

Sybil, 1216 

Theresa, 6015 

Thomas G., 4395 

Thyrza 4392 

William, 1214 

William H., 4398 

LeFavor, 

Edward, 6279 

Heber, 6282 

Horace, 6280 

Mary, 6281 

LEAVITT, 

James T., 49S1 

John H., 4979 

Joshua 49^3 

Thomas R., 4980 

Samuel C 4982 

Willliam S,, 4978 

Leland, 

Cornelia P., 5439 

John P., 544° 



Lewis, 

Abigail, 630 

Anne, 2601 

David, 629 

Hannah, 2429 

James, 628 

John, 626 

Mary, 627 

Oliver, 1426 

Sarah, 2430 

Selah, 2428 

Seth, 2427 

Lincoln, 

Emma W., 4402 

James H., 4401 

Jane P. 4400 

John R., 2768 

Porter, 2770 

RoxANA, 2769 

Simeon 2771 

Loomis, 

Abijah, 1329 

Amasa, 486, 516 

Anne, 120, 379, 484, 497, 1200 

1324, 1356. 

Abigail, 496, 503, "97 

Abial, 520, 1320 

Abner, 519 

Apphia 1338 

Benjamin, 471, 1344 

Beriah, 509, 1353 

Belinda, 1354 

Charles 125, 515 

Christiana, 1189 

Chauncey, 1341 

Daniel, 1322 

Deborah, 474 

Dorothea, 1317 

Dorothy, 508 

Elijah, 495, 511, 1321, 1328, 1363 

Elizabelh,...378, 521, 1191, 1139 

1 195, 1319, 1339. 1358. 

Ebenezer, 1 190 

Ezra 470 

Esther, 489 

Emily, 2735 

Fitch 1347 

Francis, 2733 

Gershon, 116 

George, 477, 1316 

George N., 2734 

Graves, 510, 1360 

Hannah, no, 485, 488, 502 

Hepzibah, 492, 1193 

Hezekiah, 374, 1194 

Ichabad, 118, 490, 1318 

Issaiah 1192 

Jabez, 114 



864 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



LOOMIS, I 

Jacob, 522, 1327 j 

JEKIJAH 127 523 

JERUSUA 473i I3''i 

Joanna, 376 

Jonah 377 I 

Joshua, 112, 473 

JOSIAH 1188 

Joseph P., 2736 

Joel 476, 513 

Justin, 1342 

Khziah, 1359 

Louisa 1340 

Lois 119, 493 

Lucy 494 

Luke 1364 

LucRivTiA 2732 

Luther, i355 i 

Lydia, .. 1352! 

Mary, 109, 373, 472, 483, 1196 | 

Michael 1108 | 

Nathaniei., 124, 507, 1357 ; 

Noah 372, 1187 

Odiah 123, 504 I 

Oliver, 501, 1337, 1343 | 

OziAS 505! 

Rachel, 13661 

Ruth, 115, 128. 524 | 

Rehkcca, 121, 506, 1326 

Roger, 125.516, 1323 

Rkuuen 491, 1325 1 

Sarah, 113, 468, 514 I 

Silas, 512, i}^^' 

Solomon, 375, 518 1 1 . . 

Sybil, i,; ■: 

Thomas iii, 409 

Timothy „ 117, 487 

Triphenia, 1346 

Tirzah, 2771 

Uriah, 122, 500 

Watson 1345 

Zerriah, . 475 

Lord, 

Clarinda 5964 

Clarinda P 6679 

JARVIS 5;>i^ 

Lydia M., 5962, "s 

NEI^ON P 5963, 0:>7.S 

Ogden, 5314 

LiLLIK, 

Elizabeth, 5666 

CrUORCE S. 5742, 5971 

Frkdkrick D., 5743 

Frederick L 6972 

Janet, 5667 

Marcus, 5665 



Luther. 

Edward P., 4330 

John M., 4329 

William A. 433^ 

Lyman, 

Abel, 2160 

AzEL 2161 

Alvan, 2162 

Alice, 564^ 

Cornelius, 2164 

Ezra, 2163 

Harriett D., 6948 

Holly P 5650 

Isabel D., 6947 

John, 2159 

Joseph 559. 90^ 

Lucy B 6949 

Mary, 5647 

Mary A 0950 

Mehitabel 556, S97 

.Moses, .....5646, 6946 

Richard, 558. 899, 5649 

Samuei 6951 

William, 560, 901 

ZiLi'AH 557, 898 

Mack ALL, 

Caroline L., 7201 

Leonard C, 7200 

Magoun, 

Mary S., 7048 

Julia P., . 7049 

Marshall, 

Elihu, 1695 

Elisha, 1694 

Naomi, 1692 

Olive, 1693 

Marvin, 

Elizabeth 2062 

Matthew, 2063 

Mehitabel, 2059 

Saml'ei 2060 

Susannah '. 2061 

Mann, 

Aaron, 3631 

Asaph ;... 3636 

Benning, 3635 

Cyrus 3637 

Ira, 3630 

Jared, 3629 

Joel, 3639 

John, 3629 

Lydia 3632 

Nathaniel, 3634 

Phebe 3638 

Sarah 3633 

Solomon, 3628 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



805 



MARvSH, 

Abigaii, 740 

Augustus, 3153 

Chester, 1791 

- Charles P 4642 

Christopher, ,.. 1799 

Daniel, 752 

Eliphalet, 1789 7789 

Eunice, 1794 

Elizabeth, 1797, 3139 

Ethelinda, 3142 

Elvira M 4638 

Hannah, 742, 1881 

Harriett, 1798 

Henry 1795 

Henry M., 4641 

Joanna 3144 

John, 739 

Job, 1782 

Joseph, 1783, 3140 

LucRETiA, 1796 

LUCINDA 3156 

Mary h., 4839 

Martha, 741, 1793 

Margaret, 4640 

Mehitabel, 1780 

Moses, 750, 1779, 3141 

Parsons 1790 

Perez, 753 

Phebe, 1784 

Phebe p., 3154 

Rebecca, 1785 

Sally, 3143 

Samuel 75^1 1786, 3:55 

Sarah, 17S8, 1792 

William, 1787 

Mason, 

Chester K., 6311 

Frank L., 6312 

Josephine, 6309 

Susan M., 6310 

Mather, 

Abigail, 303, 1021 

Abraham A., 4531 

Allvn, 1041, 2409, 2412 

Charles, 306, 1012, 2403 

CoTi'ON, 1005 

Cynthia, 2392 

Elisha, 1000 

Elijah, 1013, 2407 

Elihu, 1020 

Eleazer 3004 

Elizabeth 1018, 3002 

Ellsworth, 2416 

Eunice, 1003 

Erastus, 2389 

Grace, 2385 

George C, 4532 



Mather, 

Hannah, 1022 

Increase, 1016, 2411 

John, 1017, 2391, 2406 

Increase E., 4529 

Jemima, 2415 

Joseph, 305 

Jasper 1004 

IvUciNDA, 3000 

Lucinda A., 4533 

Lucius, 3005 

Lucy, 2387, 2998 

Mary, 2410, 2999 

Martha, 998 

Naomi 3001 

Nathaniel, 304, loii, 2418 

Oliver, 1015, 2414 

Return S., 2408 

Robert T., 2417 

Roland 2388 

Rhoda 2405 

vSamuel r7-...3oi, 999, 2386 

Sophia, .....2390, 2413 

Sybil, 3003 

Thomas, 2393 

Timothy 302, 1002, 1019 

William, looi 

Zeckariah 4530 

Miller, 

David W., 5520 

Henry D., , 5518 

John G., 5519 

Miles, 

Caroline, 4408 

Elizabeth, 4409 

James, 4411 

John, 4410 

Sarah P., 4412 

Mills, 

Aaron 366, 1166 

Anne, 371, 1163, 1180, 2593 

Anna H 2570 

Abigail 1145, 2558, 2562 

Augustus, 1150 

Bradley 2556 

Clarissa, 2563 

Daniel, 368, 1159 

Dorcas, 1171 

Drake, 1173 

Ebenezer, 369 

Edmond, 1158 

Edmond F., 2591 

Elijah 1134 

Elihu 2541 

Eli 2538 

Elisha, 1141 

Elizabeth, 1176, 2585 

Elizabeth T., 2572 



866 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



Mills, ; 

Elizabeth H., 2585 

Faith 1179 

Florilla, 2583 

Florilla M., 3568 

Frederick 2539 

Gideon, 370, 1174 

Gideon J., 2571 j 

Hannah, 1168, 2557 I 

Harriett 2589 j 

Isaac 1144. 1162 

JEDED1AH,...364, 1139, 1177, 2573 I 

JEDKDIAH W., 2588 j 

jhrkmiah f. 2582 i 

Jeremiah R., 2566] 

jercsha, 1161 i 

Jane 115& 

John, 367, 1152, 1170, 2565 j 

John R., 2566, 2575 

Joanna 1136 

JuijA A 2587 ! 

Lydia 1151, 2534 j 

LEWIS, 1153, 2560 I 

Lewis A., 2595 

Lucius 2594 

Martha, 1132^ 2537 

Mary, 1167 

Margaret 2561 

Moses 1164 

Miriam 1165 j 

Pelatiah 363 1133, 2534 I 

Peter, 365, 1146, 1154, 1169 

Peter W., 2564' 

Philo 1142, 2559, 2590 

Reuben B 2574 

Roger 2536 I 

RoswELL 11491 

Ruth 117S 

Samuel, 1135, 1143. ii55. 2525' 

2569. ' 

Samuel J., 1175, 25841 

Sar.\h 1138, 1157, 2555 I 

Sarah A., 2586 I 

Stone ii47l 

Susannah, 1137, 2540 j 

Sylvester H., 2592 

Triphenia, 1148 

Treat 1140 

Thomas, 1160J 

Theodosia, 1172 

Minor, 

Aaron 625, 1593 

Adiah, 1601 

Adoniram 1439, 2816 

Allen S., 1611 

Anna, 1592, 1614 

David, 1528 

Elihu 1609 



Minor, 

Elisha 624 

Elizabeth, 1442, 1598, 1603, 2815 

Esther 2821 

Eunice 2S20 

Emma 1526 

James, 619, 1594 

Jehu, 623 

John, 622, 1597 

John J. 1599 

John R., 1608 

Justus , 618 

JuDsoN, 1604 

LoviSA, 1613 

Love, 2S22 

Mary, 621, 1502, 1602 

Mary M 1605 

Matthew, 1530 

NoAU, 1440, 2819 

Phebe, 1444, 2818 

Rebecca 1443. i595 

Reuben, 620 

Ruth A., 1612 

Rhoda 1596 

Sarah 1527, 1529, 1600 

Sarah L., 1606 

Salmon 1615 

Seth, 1441, 2S17 

Susannah 28 14 

Sylvia P., 1607 

Solomon, 1531 

Timothy, 1445 

Urania P., 1610 

Wait, 2823 

Montraguk, 

Daniel, 4632 

Edwin D 5512 

Henry, 4633 

Harriett M., 4^36 

John G., 5515 

Mary, 4631 

Mary D., 5513 

Martha \., 5514 

Sabra W 4637 

Sarah G., 4629 

SoPHRONiA, 4630 

Stephen S., 4635 

Susan, 4634 

Moore, 

Anna E. 4364 

Anna J., 4404 

Chloe, 2659 

PvSTher, 2656 

Frances A., 4406 

Henry P., 4407 

Orson, 2658 

Sarah W., 4363 

Sophronia 4405 



INDEX— OTHER NAEMS, 



867 



No. 

Moore, 

Thomas, 2657 

William, 2660 

Morrison, 

'/Nov+o^^ Emmas 7084 

^(^ r Edith, D., 7085 

•''' ' MOSELY, 

John, 2921, 4452 

Mary A., 4454 

Polly M 4453 

Olive, 2918 

Truman...... 2920 

William, 2919 

William G 4451 

McCarthy, 

Deborah I., 4902 

Delia E., 4903 

Edson K., 4905 

Henry H., 4901 

Minerva C, 4904 

McKee, 

Caroline Iv., 6662 

Edwin L., 6660 

Harvey L., 6661 

John M 6663 

McChristie, 

Jessie C, 7098 

Mulligan, 

Elizabeth M., 6235 

Jane, 6240 

John C, 6237 

Lucy C, 623S 

Samuel G., 6236 

Thomas P., 6239 

Mitchell, 

Anna, ., 1485 

Damaris, 1532 

David, 2484, 1534, 1537 

Elizabeth, 4444 

Enos, 2831 

Hannah, 1535 

JEHIEL 1548 

Jerusha, 1547, 4443 

Jonathan, 1533 

Lee, 4446 

Mary 1489, 1539 

Martha, 1538 

Mather, 1638 

Patience, 14S3 

Phii^o 1490 

Rhoda, 1536 

Samuel, 1488 

Seth p., 1546 

Simeon, i486, 1540 

Susannah, 1487 

Timothy, 1491. 2832, 4445 



Nash, 

Abigail, .....^ 1104 

Abilene, 1105 

Cotton, 3057 

Ellen m., 6652 

Emma L., 6753 

Enos, 3056 

Erastus, 3058 

Hannah, 344, iioo 

John, 343 

Lemuel, 3059 

Mary, 1102 

Martha, 1103, 3055 

Noah iioi 

Rebecca, 346 

Sarah 347, 3050 

Thomas, 345 

Newberry, 

Abigail, 1257 

Benjamin, 1260 

Elizabeth, 1255 

Hannah, 1256 

Roger, 125S 

Sarah, , 1259 

Thomas, 1261 

Newell, 

Alvah, 4153 

Amos, 4155 

Cromwell, 4152 

Emeline, 4158 

JosiAH, 4156 

Lucy R., 4154 

Mary 4157 

Olive, 4151 

Rhoda, 4159 

Nichols, 

Andrew, 1503, 1528 

Anna, 1505, 1520 

Anne L., 6340 

Caleb, 1504, 1519 

Charles I., 6341 

CoRiNNE L., 6339 

Elisha, 1506, 1521 

Elizabeth, 1517 

Lydia a., 6342 

Mary L. 6343 

Sarah G., 6338 

Noble, 

Charles R 5535 

ITHAMAR D., 5533 

William S., 5534 

Norton, 

Caroline C, 6545 

Edwin N., 6546 

Hb;nry, 6547 

Sarah M., 6544 



868 



INDEX- OTHER NAMES. 



Ogden, * 

AucE E., 7197 

Charles R. 7199 

Eli.a R Jig-"* 

OhCOTt, 

Catharine ~ 4229 

' "• ■ ' ' s H., 4231 

• 4233 

- \I 4230 

Jane 4232 

Marv p. 4236 

Margaret, 2551 

Martha, 2553 

Mii.LS, 2552 

PkLATIAH 2.S47 

KoSwr.LL, 

Sakah, 

Sarah M., 

Timothy, 

William, 

Osborne, 

Ai.r.iti:T p.,.. 



Pa. 



M... 



M. 

K., 



.('•.sue I-; 



Pain: 



6973 



1'., 

V L., ... 

I'H, 

!H C, 

i-.-:'l.\ r 

I<ALRA L 



Piii: 

Anna 1. 
Phq ^:^-. 



Phelps, 

Hannah 94, 174 

Hezekiah, 175 

Isaac, 171, 418 

Jerijah 419 

John 173 

Joseph 76,93, 416 

Jonathan, 417 

Mary 91, 415 

Moses P., 3061 

MiNDWELL, 95 

Noah, 177 

Sarah 92, 172 

\Vm. W., 

Parsons, 

■' • ■ ' 'XE 

NK M., 

sM 

s H 



■ ♦ .■ ' ' . 
4708 



7«Ji; 



.T W. 7016 I 

ju:>.vo P., 5915 I 

IvLOYD, 7019 ( 

'' 7014 1 

7015 



a> W 

M 

1 TH B., 

TH S., 

1 TH W., 

1. W 

c 



LS H., 

Harriett 

Tl.'.kRir/rr S., .. 

TT W., 



.3445. 
.3450. 



Phki.is, 

.\ . K .Al I 



> w.,. 



ij L... 



CAKUi^iNK M.,.., 

Cma'u lis 

TH W., . 



r.i.i,:. i-.iHR, 



J I 
7018 

97; 
6022 I 

9S| 
6020 ' 

3062 j 

3063 I 

96 
178 1 



Ja.nl C, 

John C 5000, 

Mary 

Mary H., 

Mary S., 

Marion L 

Nancy P 

Pri'dknce, 

Richard C, 4997. 

Sophia, 

Thomas 

William, 

William W., 

Peck, 

Alice, 

Anna 1090, 

Anne 

Beardsley, 

Birdskye, 

Charles, 

Deborah, 

Eli, 

Elizabeth, 

Enoch, 

Ephraim 



4487 
41*88 

6497 
3446 
4986 
6498 
4990 
5003 
6496 
4989 
6502 
6505 
6499 

3449 
4992 
4996 

3455 
5002 
6500 
3451 

51XH 

4984 

4998 

4991 

3447 
6501 

3453 
3448 
3454 
4999 



2845 
2840 
1096 
1463 
2«43 
2S51 
2838 
1094 

2835 
1091 
1099 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



809 



Peck, 

Isaac, 1097 

Job, 1462 

John, 1459, 2834 

John W., 2852 

JosiAH, 1461, 2844 

Joanna, 1454, 2848 

JuDsoN, 1460, 2839 

James, 2846 

Joseph, 2850 

Levirus, 1095 

Lewis, 2849 

Mabei. 1098 

Mary 2833, 2841 

Nathan, 1093 

Phinehas, 2847 

Phebe, 1465 

Sarjvh 1092, 1458, 2837 

Shadrach 1090 

Thaddeus, 2S42 

W11.LIAM 2836 

Pendleton, 

Clarinda H., 6491 

Dwight L., 6495 

Huntington K., 6492 

Philip Y 6493 

Winston K., 6494 

Perkin, 

Aaron 7214, 7221 

Aaron A., 7241 

Addie C, 7257 

Addison, 7267 

Anna, 7218, 7252 

Asahel, 7222 

Asahel H 7250 

Betsey, 7224 

Bernadotte, 7265 

Catharine, 7266 

Charles R.,.. 7251 

Eliza M 7240 

Ethel M., 7270 

PZphraim, 7217 

Flora J., 7253 

Henry C, 7243 

Hervey B., 7271 

James H., 7250 

James J., 7244 

John 7272 

John O., 7255 

John Q. A., 7242 

Joshua, 7211 

Joshua B., 7249 

Lester W. 7274 

Lydia, 7215 

Luella, 7256, 7269 

Lee L., 7273 

Mary, 723*^ 

Mary A 7239 



No. 

Perrin, 

Marianns, 7245 

Mariette, 7246 

Pamela, 7226 

Polly, 7223 

Porter, 7227 

Sarah 7212 

Sarah R., 7248 

Solomon 7213, 7226 

Sophia, 7231 

Solomon L 7247 

Thomas 7210 

Truman, 7229 

Samuel 7225 

William, 7228 

Wm. H., 7254 

William P. P., 7238 

Zacchariah, 7216 

Perkins, 

Abraham, 3098 

Elizabeth 3097 

Henry P., 539^ 

Solon A., 5399 

Susan J., 5400 

Petthbone, 

Harold C, 6909 

Laura A., 6908 

Pettengell, 

Bertie D 5836 

Clarence C, 5834 

Emily G., 5^35 

Helen L., 5846 

Homer E., 5^45 

Myrtie L., 5837 

PiNNEO, 

Edward P., 5168 

Elizabeth S., 3477 

Eunice W 3472 

Frederick S., 5170 

Henry O., 3478 

James A., 5162 

James B. 3474. 5169 

James C, 5165 

Joseph D., 5167 

jennette l., 5160 

Mary E., 5164 

Mary J. 3476 

Mary S. 5161 

RoswELL L., •••• 5171 

Samuel L., 5163 

Timothy S., 3473 

WiLLL\M W., 3475) 5166 

Pitkin, 

Caleb, 1926 

Caroline, 7205 

David, 1992, 1993 

Damaris, 1959 

Darwin E., 7204 



870 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



No. 

Pitkin, 

Dorothy, 195S 

EuzABETH, 737, 7207 

Hannah 1961 

John, i960 

Lucy 7209 

Nathaniel, 1991, 1992 

Pamela E., 7206 

Samuel, 720S 

Stephen, 1957 

Thankful, 1992, 1993 

Timothy 1962 

Porter, 

John, of Salem from Eng- 
land, SEE 2552 

Potter, 

Betsey g., 592S 

Clark, 5926 

George W.,.. 5929 

Malthy, 5927 

PRAIT", 

Abigail C, 4598 

Alice C, 6247 

Anna 1069, 24 ">9 

Charles C 6228 

DAvin, 1068, 2492 

■; vRD C 6245 

ia 1067, 2486 

j.i 1/ ABhrTH, 2487 

Ekastus 249s 

1-KANCIS B 6229 

I'RirDERICK B. 6230 

CjKORGE W., 4593, 62:5 

liENRY Z. 4-'*^ 

Henry C 62^5 

James H., 4597 

Jareu, 1071 

Joel, io-2 

John M., 4601 

John C., 6231 

Joshua, 1070 

Julia D., 45 ol 

Keziah, 2497 

LovicE 2490, 2494 

Lucy B., 6127 

Lucy C, ^599 

Lydia, i"7 ; 

Mary, r4-> 

Mary B., 45'j4 

Mary T., 6240 

Peleg, 2..V- 

Ralph, 2; .1 

RODOLPHUS, 24'j., 

Sarah, 1073 

Sarah E 46001 

Susan C 4595 1 

Thomas B 6224 



No. 

Pratt, 

William H., 6226 

William T., 6244 

Preston, 

Emma 596 

Esther 599 

Elizabeth, 592 

Hannah, 595 

Jkhiei 600 

"Ma> tha, 593 

-M AiY 598 

Ruth, 601 

Samuel 591 

Sarah, 594 

Seth, 597 

Prui)I)i:n, 

Joanna, 162 

Peter, 160 

Samuel 161 

Purple, 

George B., 625S 

Georgianna L., 6260 

Charles N., 6261 

Elizabeth M., 6259 

Putnam, 

Laura P 38S6 

Susannah P 3857 

Qdincy, 

Helen F., 7^29 

Joseph H 702S 

Rice. 

Eleanor P. 5884 

Geok(,e, 5882 

James 5883 

John S 58i>i 

Lucy C 5885 

Mary D., 5886 

Susan A., 5837 

RiDKEI.I., 

I\NE 3204 

Lucv 

.Samuel H., 3203 

S; itima, 

Semxa, 3206 

William, 3205 

RiDiacK, 

Archibald A 4423 

Ellen C. 4422 

Kliza p., 4420 

r.uDuRA p., 4418 

I'RANCIS M., 4419 

JERUSHA F., 4417 

LOULSA S., 4421 

Rhodes, 

Archibald, 6540 

Augustus 6541 

Elizabeth, 6542 

Fordyce S., 5038 



INDEX— OTHER NAEMS. 



871 



Rhodes, 

Julius, 5033 

Lucy, 5037 

Margaret, 6539 

Minerva P 5035 

Samuei. p., 5034 

Sarah F., 5036 

WiLWAM P., 6543 

Riley, 

Aurora 4386 

Chloe, 4388 

Electa, 2766, 4387 

Theodore, 4389 

Theodora, 2766 

ROBBINS, 

John, 1636 

Lucy M 5644 

Mary A., 5641 

Mary E., 6943 

Milton H., 5643, 6945 

Samuel, 1037.5639. 5642 

Samuel B., 6944 

Sally H 5640 

Sarah L., 5645 

Robinson, 

Arthur P., 6899 

Charles 6900 

Cornelia G., 6902 

David P., 3S65 

Hiram, 6863 

Julia O., 6901 

Jane P 6903 

Naomi S. 2600 

Parthenia, 3864 

Rockwell 

Charees, 2394 

Mary, 2395 

Miriam, 2396 

Roe, 

Amy P 6411 

Elizabeth M., 6409 

Emily P., 6412 

Joseph W., 6413 

Mary W 6410 

Rose, 

Eunice H., 4078 

Nathan H., 2290, 4079 

Rowley, 

Anne, 404 

Daniel, 406 

Lydia 405 

Mary, 401 

Martha, 402 

Mehitabel, 407 

Moses, 403 

Reuben, 408 



Roys, 

Charles K., 6920 

John H., 6921 

Mary L,., 6919 

Root, 

Abigail, 2042 

Andrew, 4441 

Caleb, 2041 

Curtis, 2446 

Charlotte A., 4165 

Esther 2904 

Eliza M. 4162 

Eleanor P., 4163 

Hannah, 2443 

Jeannette F., 4164 

Jerusha, 2901 

Joel 2445 

Jonathan, 2037 

Joseph 2902 

Joseph W., 6042 

Lucy, 2444, 4161 

Mabel 2906 

Mary, 2907 

Olivia A., 4160 

Patience, 2039 

Rosetta, 4439 

Ruth E., 2903 

Sarah, 2038 

Sarah A 2905 

Sally, 4442 

Susan A., 4166 

Susan C, 6045 

Thomas, 4040 

Thomas V 6044 

Welthea a. 6043 

ROMEYN, 

Helen L., 5909 

James W", 5908 

Sophia R 5906 

Susan V., 59°? 

RUDD, 

Alexander, 6930 

Charles F., 6934 

George R., 6932 

Fanny, 6931 

Malcolm D 6933 

Marcie H. 6929 

Sadce, 

\ Aaron, 3543 

Calvin, 5177 

Ellen, 5179 

Linus 3544 

Luther 3542, 5176 

Martin, 3545 

Orrin, 5178 

Sawyer, 

Ellen, 6952 



872 



INDEX- OTHER NAMES. 



No. 

St. John, 

Abby a 5918 

EM11.Y, 5916 

Harvey, 4256 

John L., 4255 

LomsiANNA 4^57 

Marietta, 5917 

Sylvanus 4253 

Sylvestkr 4254 

ttEI,DEN, 

AUMIRA, 4569 

Arthur R., 6146 

David L., 6148 

Ezra, 4566 

Elizabeth, 4567 

Henry B., 6144 

Henry L., 6139 

Henry R. 4570 

Julia C, 6141 

Laura A., 6145 

Louisa 6142 

Mary G., ~ 6143 

Percy L., - 6147 

Roxana, 4565 

Samii-i, L. - 4568 

Sami;ui. W - 6142 

Scott, 

Elijah P.,.. 5436 

Elizabeth, 5437 

Ira 5435 

Mary S 51-^ 

Sessions, 

Addie B., 

Archie W., » 7034 

Cr.ARA F 7031 

Elizabeth H 7030 

Grace M.. 7033 

Skvmoir, 

Charles 2795 

rX)THA C. 5537 

Edward P., 2796 

Erastus ^ 5536 

John, 2799 

Mary E., 2797 

vSamuel 2798 

Walter IL, 5538 

Shepherd, 

Albert H 4809 

Albi.kta, 6429 

Alakxander, 4813 

Andrew H., 6435 

Caroline 4S14 

Charles P. 6308 

Charlotte 6434 

Charlotte W., 4812 

Edward T., „ 4810 

Emeline a., 6306 

Francis P., 6304 



Shepherd, 

Fbank S., 7082 

Grace P 1 7081 

JESSIE K., 7083 

Mary F., 4811 

Mary S., 7432 

Martha B., 6431 

Percy K., 6307 

Sarah A., 6433 

Sarah P 6428 

Stella F., 6305 

William S., 6430 

Sherman, 

Aaron 1557 

Anna C., 6040 

Elizabeth 1553 

Elizabeth M., 6037 

Joanna 1036 

Joseph R 6038 

Julia,™ 6039 

LiCY, 1555 

Matthew, 1552 

Rebecca, 6041 

RiTfH P., 1035 

SoLOMOM 1556 

Susannah 1554 

Sibley, 

Addison P 5106 

Alena, 6591 

Amanda 5097 

Arui.i.iA 5099 

^E, 5096 

KS A., 6589 

DUK.ilT P 5104 

Emma J., 6582 

Ella J., - 6586 

Eva M., 6585 

Frank E., 6587 

George W 5103 

Ida, 6590 

Jane C 6584 

Mary E., 5105, 6591, 6592 

Pamela 5598 

Porter A., 6583 

Porter D 5100 

William 658^^ 

William H 5102 

SiMP.SON, 

Charles A., 6405 

Everett 6408 

George C, 6407 

JoHH E. 6403 

Martha A., 6406 

Sophia I., 6404 

Skinner, 

Anna 950 

AsHBEL, 951 

EzEKiEL, 949 



INDEX— OTHER NAEMS. 



873 



Skinner, 

Noah, 948 

Thomas 947 

Smith, 

Abby a., .' 6750 

Abby p., 4820 

Althea L., 6751 

Anne G., 5415 

Caroline A., 286S 

Catharine C, 4467 

Clarissa, 4821 

Charles H., 5416 

Daniel, 2866 

David, 2948 

David P., 4993 

Elizur G., 4468 

Elizabeth M., 4169 

Henry L., 6749 

James E., • 6738 

John P., 4S1S 

Joseph, 2304 

Lucy, 4822 

Lucy C 4603 

Lyman, 2305 

Marcus W., 4995 

Margaret L., ■.•■ 4602 

Mary H., 4605 

Nathan R., 2869 

Nathaniel, 2867, 2869 

Phinehas, 2865 

Porter, 2306 

Samuel D., 4^22.] 

Samuel M. 4994 

Sarah H 4819 

Simeon P 447° 

Susan 4604 

Truman, 2864 

Spafford. 

Albert, 5388 

Elisha P 6775 

Emily P., 6776 

Henry A., 53S9 

Henry E., 6777 

Henry P., 7184 

John A., 6779 

Lottie M., 7183 

Mary F 6778 

Spencer, 

Elizabeth S., 6[35 

Spring, 

Charles, 3191 

Charles E., 5546 

Gardner, 3188 

George 5547 

Lewis, 319° 

Lottie M., 555^^ 

- Maria, 5548 

Margarets., 3^87 



Spring, 

MiLO, 5549 

Samuel, 3189 

Stanley, 

Abigail, 1391 

Caleb, 1393 

Clarissa 1395 

Elizabeth, 1396 

George, 1392 

Mary 1394 

Stannard, 

Charles O., 6552 

George O., 6553 

Hamlin, 6548 

Mary E., 6549 

Susan F., 6550 

William H. 6551 

Starr, 

Chester B., 7077 

Gertrude M., 7076 

Lucy E., 7^75 

Millard F 7078 

Steebins, 

' DwiGHT D., 5706 

Edward P., 5707 

Emily D., 7002 

Strachan, 

John 5432 

Lawrence P., 5434 

Mary P., 5433 

Sumner, 

Charles B., 5940 

Flora J., 5937 

Lucy E 5933 

Sarah, 7232 

Harry 7233 

Hiram F., 7234 

Mary A., 7235 

William H., 7236 

Maria S., 594i 

Mary E., 5939 

Mary A., 7237 

Steele, 

Aaron, 770, 1880, 3332 

Aaron B., 4848 

Abigail, 1886, 3371, 3372 

Abigail S., 4923 

Albert, 4846 

Andrew, 1837, 1883, 3384 

Anne, 1859 

AuRiNDA 3307 

ASHBEL, -. 1861 

Charles E., 34oi 

Chester, 1899, 3326 

Clarissa 33°^ 

Clarissa A., 4868 

Charles P., 3399 

Cornelia P., 4924 



874 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



StKKLE, 

Daniel, 1857, 

David, 1863, 3329, 

Danforth, 

1 r 1885, 



L... w.,.A, 764, 1858, 1888, 

Elkanor, 

E1.ISHA 765, 

Eunice 

Ellen S 

KLIZAnKTH, 

Emkrettk 

Ezra B., 

Fl.ORILLA 

Hannah 1852,3308, 

Frank S., 

George, 3320, 

George H., 

George W., 4927, 

George B., 

Harriett 

Harriett C 3399. 

Henry L., 

Hknby O 

Henry T 6718, 

Horace, 

Horace C, - 

Hiram 

Hiram K. 

Isaac B 

James, 758, 

jAMiis H - 3368, 

' n s P 

' \ 'iN 

) ■ Ml THAN, 

ji.MlMA, 

'; >>HA 

i 1862. 

^ 769. 1893,4849, 

ANA, 

_ I.IA A., 

Jl'LIA E 

JiLirrs 

Joseph McC, 

Kellogg, 

L\URA 3367, 3386, 

LOVINIA, » 

LUCBLLA, 

LUCINA T 

Ldcy 

Lucy G 

Lydia M.. 

Marah, 

Marian, 

Marilla, 

Marion, 

Martha L 



I Steele, 

4867! Mary 1856, 1892, 3328, 31S', 

4S64 j Mary A., 

3385 I Mary M., 

3391 Mary J. < , -. 

3393^ Mary B 7«73 

33131 Mehitabel 767 

1857! Mehitabel P., 1-69 

1867 ' MiLICENT 3321 

1S9O MiNEKVA 3317 

439S Norton 4879 

^'^s- Olivkr W., 3365 

;^:n Pkri-z 1855, 3305, 4S47 

; ; Rachel, 1895 

- ;-^ , Rai.J'H 3315 

Roc.i R W 1868 

RoswKLL, 3377 

RoXA C, 3324 

RrsSELL, 48^5 

RlTH, 762, 1854, 1894, JS98 

Rlth p., ... 3316 

Sarah 766, 1864, 1891, 3327 

Sarah A 3392, 4936, 6723 

Samiel, l86fj, 1884 

Sam t EL T 3369 

Samuel A., 3390 

Sarah G., 4933 

Seth D 3^23 

Solomon, 1887, 337S 

Sanford 3319, 3380 

Salmon, 3322 

Soi'MiA, 3366, 3394 

SOI'HRONIA, 3379 

"^' T", 3323 

^ SAN P 3400 

763. J853, 33c»9 

n 3395 

-1. 5389. 4930 

\\;i.M\M H 4880 

WilMVM K., 4930 

''^;" -<-■ «882, 3375 

AADOLK D., 49'9 

Stedmam, 

Charles J 5277 

Chari.es p., 6207 

Clarissa, 6208 

Edmund C, 6205 

I-'RANK P., 5278 

George H., 5279 

4-:^ Jl'LIA D., 6206 

1-/7 ThomAs L., 52.*io 

338« i Stoddard 

4934 Aaron 830, 2113 

1S65 i Abigail, 2102, 3758 

i.''66| Abigail P., 3904 

3318 Alanson. 3755 

4S77I Albert G 3749 

4931 I Albin 3769 



33'"'' 
4S66 

3397 ; 

4850! 

4922 I 

6720 

331 1 

67191 

49251 

4929 

7171 

3374 
4926 

3373 
49 IS 

.1^75 



4^51 
4921 
7169 
7172 
1900 

4935 
1896 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



Stoddard, 

Alice M., 4968 

Anna, 2098, 3751 

Amthea, 2106, 3743, 3752 

Asa B., 3748 

Catharine, 2872, 3765 

Chester 3753 

Cynthia, 3747 

David, 843, 2088, 2099, 21 14, 3739 

David C, 3772 

Elizabeth J 2S78 

Emily B., 3419 

Eliza, 2763 

Eliza A., 3770 

Emmons, 373^ 

Emos 2105, 3754 

Eunice, 2874 

Gideon, 2108 

Georges., 3421 

Hannah, 837, 2086 

Harmon, 2115 

Helen M 3767 

Ida, 2117 

Ira 2118 

ISA 2119 

Isaac 2103 

IKEN, 2120 

Irena, 2090, 2122, 3741 

Iva, 2121 

John 839, 2094, 2116 

Jesse, 29S9 

Jasper, 2107 

Joshua C, 2877 

Judson B., 2876 

JERUSHA, 838, 2087 

LavalETTE 3759 

Levi, 2093 

Lydia 2097, 3757 

Lois, 2109 

Lucy 4148 

Lucy C, 3418, 3742 

Lucy F., 4967 

LoviNA 3740 

LuciEN B 3766 

Luther 2208 

Louisa W 4969 

Lyman, 3773 

Moses, 841, 2104, 3746, 3756 

Mariana, .~v 5762 

Mary, 2101 

Mary R., 34i5 

Mary A., 3/60 

Mary C, 3774 

Mary F. 497° 

Murat, 3764 

Nathan, 2873 

Neri, 2110 

Obed, 842, 2iri 



Stoddard, 

Olive, 2112 

Orange N. 3417, 375o 

Rhoda, 2091 

Rachel, 2092 

Ruth 2095 

Rupert, ; 2870 

Rodman, 2871 

ROLLIN, 3744 

Sarah 2096 

Sarah S., 342o 

Salome J., 377i 

Seth W., 3416 

Sheldon 3737 

Sybil, 2100 

Thalia, 2123 

Truman, 3761 

Virgil 3745 

William J., 2875 

William H., 3768 

Stone, 

Christiana, 1927 

Mary, 1926 

Solomon 1925 

Timothy, 1924 

Storrs, 

Aaron, S90 

Abigail 893 

Augustus 852 

Benjamin 895 

Cordial 850 

Cornelius, 879 

Constant, 884, 2143, 2153 

Dan, 2154 

Elijah 883 

Eleazer, 889 

Experience, 887, 2157 

Eunice, 891 

Fidelia, 2149 

George 2158 

Hannah, 885 

Huckins, 886 

Jesse, 2145 

John P., 888 

Joseph, 849, 892 

LuciNDA, 2156 

Luther, 2152 

Martha 880, 2147 

Mehitabel, 881 

Mercy, 894 

Nathaniel, 882, 2144 

Ruth, 2146 

Royal, 853 

Samuel, 896 

Sarah, 2148 

Seth, 2155 

William 851, 2150 

ZiBA, 215T 



876 



INDEX- OTHER NAMES. 



No. 

Strong, | 

Addison K., 5390, 67861 

Anna, 67S3 j 

Annik C, 6102 j 

Charlotte M., 6-c>ii 

Eben R., ;'(■:•• 

Edward D., 67^(l 

Edward K., 67«i \ 

Edmund R., 5391 ] 

Elnathan 29.S0 ; 

E1.NAT11AN E., 4.S19' 

TvRA.STUS 2tySl 

(.II.ICS P. \2-u 

C.fkNEY S., 67SS 

Harriett E., 4^. 

Henry B., 6.,, 

jeri'sha a., „ 4.^',. 

Jane C 4>i> 

John F., G-s^ 

Louisa, 67s: 

Margaret B., 61-1 

Mary A., 4262 

Mary E., 67N. 

-Martha J., „ 61' ; 

^v>'M{ M. 4.'^S 

II E 67^1 

■ i>ore B., c^V,2 

Thomas P., „ 6:^7 

William C VS17 

William E., ' 1)3 

Swbetland, 

Harriett E., S671 

H. W 5670! 

O. W., 5656 

Mary A., » 566.S 

Sykks, 

Cara I., 6326 

Charles P ^>27 

}':>'i:r.iNL J., 6324 , 

Hknry W., 7o-S<> 

JamivS C, 61,2s 

lX)l'ISA p., M-'^i 

Mary A., 
Tafit, 

Ellen P., 

Gr-.ORGE ( 

Talcott, 

AraD, ;;2.^9 

CHIvSTER 22^6 

Charles T., 4076 

Erastus, 2295 ' 

Esther, 22,) 

Eunice 2:7. 

Gkorge H., 4<'74 I 

Harriett, 4<>S2 : 

HAR\ EY ?-■':-> 

John H., ; 

Joseph 22S8, 



No. 

Talcott, 

Jr.s)CPH A 4070 

Jane 40S1 

Juliana, 4076 

IvYMAN, 2293 

Mercy R., 4072 

Nathaniel P., 4071 

Susan 4080 

William, 2291 

Tarhox 

Anne J 5904 

I'.j;njamin p., 4217 

(. HAkLES P., 5959 

Charlotte 5951 

George W., ^y<o 

Helen J 5962 

Increase N., 4275 

Lucy VV., 4273, 5952 

Lydia H., 4274 

Mary P 5961 

dCTAVIA 4270 

Ralph R. 5301 

vSiCRATES 5299 

^^\Ml'EL 5953 

Si SAN W 5960 

Thoma.s B., 427a 

Temple, 

Ikkderick, 7101 

1 i.<'RA, 7182 

Thayer, 

Charles A 3849 

Edward P. 3852 

Hi:NkY M 3S50 

Mary E., 3851 

Thomas, 

^ •'^" i59*> 

'591 

n 1589 

Edward S., 5281 

William P., 5282 

tuomp.son, 

Amy 1595 

Charles, 1586 

Hannah 15.S3 

'■•'^s 15S1 

. V 1580 

• ■. KCCA 15S4 

^A.MUEL, 15S2 

William A. 1579 

Town.send, 

At'gustus p., 5618 

I-.Ll/ABETH J 5619 

Ja.m.tt, 5620 

Li;yinia p., 5621 

Tracy, 

Addison L 5680 

Anne W., 5910 

Tr AKA r,., 5914 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



Tracy, 

Fredeick K 6996 

George D., 5911 

HEI.EN L., 5913 

Harlan P., 5683 

Lois A 5661 

Mary R., 6995 

Simon K 5682 

Theodore H 6994 

William W., 5912 

Trussell, 

ASAHEL, 5394 

JENNETTE 5395 

Tucker, 

Eugene D., 7186 

Gilbert M., 6248 

Henry R, 7185 

Willis G 6249 

Turner, 

Benjamin 2273 

Benjamin F., 4034 

Charles H., 4045 

Deborah, 2266 

David, 2269, 4021 

Emeline R., 4030 

Erdix T., 4047 

Frances D., 4037 

George, 4024 

George W 4042 

Henry L., 4038 

Horatio B., 4046 

Joshua, 2272 

Jannette 4026 

Julia A., 4028 

LaPrelate 4043 

Louisa, 4022, 4031 

Luther, 2274 

Lydia L., 4032 

Maria A., 4023 

Martha M 4036 

Mary J. 4033, 4040 

Nancy, 2267 

Newton L., 4044 

Orlando E 4029 

Phebe p., 4039 

Phebe L. 4027, 4031 

Phillip, 2270 

Rhoda, 2268 

Rhoda a. 4025 

Sarah G. 4035 

Thomas P. 2271 

TUTTLE, 

Austin S 4870 

Benjamin F., 5712 

Calista, 4853 

Catharine H., 5713 

Charles E, 6469 

Charles O., 6460 



No. 
TUTTUE, 

Clarence H. 6470 

Charlotte 5711 

Edgar, 4859 

Eunice L., 4873 

Ellen 6454 

George W., 4871 

Gaylord p., 5709 

Henry, 5858 

Henry L., 6459 

Harriett S.,. 4872 

Harriett F., 7004 

Helen C, 4874 

Ida M., 6471 

John S. 4869 

Lauren A., 4852 

Lauren H., 6456 

Lauren E., 6468 

LoLY A., 4856 

Lucius, 4861 

Margaret L., 6457 

Mary S., 5714 

Mary A 6455 

Mary L., 6472 

Matthew W., 7007 

Millie M., 7005 

Minerva 4857 

Nellie F., 7003 

Ogden, 4860 

Pamela P 5710 

Percy S., 4854 

Perry E., 5708 

Sarah B., 6474 

William A., 4855 

William B., 6473 

William E., 6458 

Zerviah K., 7006 

Van Dyke, 

Anne P 5988 

Cornelius H., 5989 

Wadsworth, 

Hannah, 168 

Samuel, 170 

Sarah, 169 

Walbridge, 

Henry H., 6628 

Lovina F 6629 

Jane F., 6630 

Mary A 6627 

Selinda C, 6631 

Walton, 

Charles W., 6296 

Edith F., 6295 

Henry C, 6866 

Henry H. 6293 

Mary E 6924 

Mary P., 6865 

Matilda C, 7190 



878 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



No. 

Waives, 

Sarah, 5723 

Sarah F 5733 

Elizabeth T., 5724 

Samuel A., 5725 

Royal P 3963. 5726, 5729 

Charles E., 5728 

Charlotte P 5727 

Henry W., 5730 

HoRAiTio 3964 

. George W., 5731 

James H. 5732 

Mary, 5734 

Ward, 

George A - 6368 

Henry S., 4425 

Henrietta 4504 

JAM' < ' 6370 

M ^ 4508 

Sa ^ 6369 

Sally G., 4505 

Sidney D., 4506 

Warren L 725 

William P., 4424 

William F., 4507 

Warren, 

LeRoy, 6602 

William A., 6603 

Washburn, 

Aaron, > 2631 

Abigail 2629 

Anna 2633 

Hannah, 2627 

Joel 2628 

Laura, ,♦ 2632 

IvOviNA, 2630 

Polly « 2626 

Waterman, 

Clara B 5898 

Evelina P.,„ 5897 

Webb. 

Elizabeth N 6598 

Francis P., 6506 

Helen L 6507 

Webster, 

Abigail, 2332 

AsHER 2335 

Catharine 2337 

Caroline C., 6221 ' 

Ella a 4143 

Elijah D., 6218 

Esther C 2333 

FRANcii^s C, 2340 

George, 2339, 4141 

George P., 6216 

Henry C, 6217 

Joseph 2338 

Lucy E 6220 



Webster, 

Mary, 4139 

Mary A 6222 

Nancy 2331 

Ne%\ton, 4142 

Samuel, 4'4o 

vSamuel P 2334 

Susan E., 6214 

William C, 2336 

Wbems, 

Charlotte W. 6441 

Edward M., 6436 

Eugene A., 6437 

Felix 6440 

Locke 6438 

Mary S., 6439 

Wbli.es, 

Anne, 656 

Dolly, 1646 

Esthlr, 653 

Hannah, 163, 659 

Hakkiett 2989 

James A., 1645, 2990 

Jerusha, 2988 

John 657, 1654 

John J 1644 

Jonathan 658 

Rebecca, ^, 167, 660 

Roth 165, 655 

Samuel,- 164, 654, 1643, ^991 

Sarah 166 

Sarah G 1674 

Sophia, 2987 

Wkli.ingt<jn, \^ 

ILOKILLA 4956 

I.Al'RBN 4955 

Whf.hlkr, 

Charles S 5811 

EnwARD R 4743 

Eli.kn L 4737 

Elizabeth T 6905 

Emma A. 5810 

Frank S., 6906 

Frances C, 4741 

Gk<'Ki;e H., 4745 

GKt'R«;E p., 5809 

Harriett C, 5808 

John B., 4738 

Lewis H 4742 

Lucia T 4759 

Marion W,, 6907 

Mary C, 4740 

Mary E., 5013, 5813 

NEI.SON 5812 

Rebkkah 4746 

Sarah H., 4744 

Townsend 6904 



INDEX— OTHER NAEMS. 



879 



White, 

Abigaii,, 1639 

Abigaii, p., 5063 

Adotia, 3947 

Al^FRED, 4514 

Allen, 5051 

Anne L., 2667 

Anna, 2978 

Bethene, 3133 

Clarissa, 2670 

Charles F., 5697 

Charles T., 6200 

Cornelia 4514 

David, 1638, 2977, 3491, 5068 

Daniel 7641, 3138 

Esther — 1640, 3487 

Elizabeth, 2668, 5213 

Ebenezer, 5064 

Ebenezer B., 2982 

Enoch 3490 

Emily, 3948 

Evelyn 4511 

Ekskine N. 6199 

Emma H., 6201 

Fanny H., 4513 

Frederick T., 7008 

George C, 2676 

Grace G 3136 

Grace S 6204 

Harriett, 4509, 5211 

Henry S 5067 

Helen C 6203 

IcHABAD, 5695 

JABEZ L. I3I5, 2671 

James W. ^ 2979 

James P., 5069 

James A., 5699 

Joel W., 2673 

Jonathan P., 3945 

John W., 5070 

Judith 3132 

Julia C 6202 

Lydia, 3489 

Leonard, 394ii 5694 

Laura, 3946 

Marcia, 3939 

Maria, 4510 

Mary, 3942 

Mary S 6178 

Norman B., 5698 

Oliver H., 5212 

Pamelia, 3135 

Polly, 3492 

Ruth, 1642 

Royal S., 2674 

Rachel 3944 

Samuel, 394o, 5693 

Samuel P., 5696 



White, 

Sarah, 2669 

Sarah G., 3134 

Sarah J., 5066 

Sally, 2976 

Sylvia, 3137 

Sophronia, 2672 

Theodosia, 4512 

Thomas J., 2675 

Walter, 3943 

William P., 3488, 5052 

Zenas, 3131 

Whittlesey, 

Charles C 6062 

Charles A., 6065 

David C, 2898 

Elizabeth , 6063 

Emily C, 6066 

Fanny P., , 4438 

Frances P., .\ 2897 

Frances C. j 4438 

Frederick, 2896, 4437 

Frederick A., 4429 

Henry M., 6064 

John E...... 443^ 

Mary M., 4430 

Martha P. 4435 

Samuel G.,.. 6061 

Theodore H., 4431 

Thurlow, 4432 

William S., 4434 

Whitney, 

Abraham J., 2961, 4483, 4492 

Abel, 2971 

Anna, 2975 

Alonzo a 4473 

Alonzo E., 6096 

Amelia, 449^ 

Amelia A., 447^ 

Chloe H., 4474 

Chester C, 4484 

Charles P., 4500 

Charles F,, 6095 

Caroline 6098 

Clark, 6076 

Ezra, .....2968, 4482 

Eli, 2969 

Ethiel, 2970 

Eloise T., 4475 

Emily, 4489 

Emily J., 6093 

Emeline, 4495 

Edgar M. 6078 

Edwin E 6084 

Elizabeth L., 6088 

Eunice J., 4407 

Eunice O 4497 

Frederick A., 45oi> 6097 



880 



INDEX- OTHER NAMEvS. 



Whitney, 

P'rances M,,. 

T'- ^ VCIS, 

•<(;e, 

• 1 vr T. 



i 1- M 

litNkV 

Helen A 

Herman E., 

James I.., 2966, 

lAM) s W 

JA-K A 

' • SHA, 



, .fH B. 

jTLUjsJ., 

Lucy M., 

Martin V 

May 

T>'IlM»ROS H 

Si. LSD'S, 

Oliver, 

Oliver VV 

" ' >R F 

R N 

i-Y A., 

. n I 

I HE J., 

I'HILO, 

Vhh.ena ~ 

..LES N 

II A 2964,4479, 

EL 

' nORE B., 

I.IAM B 



Ko. 

6087 

6062 
6091 



2y75 

6085 

4495 
4476 

•1 ;"•■-■' 

4--- > 

2972 
4 1^7 

6. /- s 



II I 



; \H, ... 

Zehah p. 
Wickham, 

Kmma, .... 

Mary L... 
Whittlmork, 

Cynthia, . 

Emma, .... 

Flora, .... 



2963. 



\Vi<-.. 



STA P., 

N- M 

i-RLI>ERICK A.,. 

Frederick B... 

John 

John P., 

""' THA V. 

E 

ARET E... 
.; P. 



6. .79 
44M 
6094 

6<Kjo 



6'- = 

44^1 
'^35 
4502 
6083 
6077 

4494 
6081 

4^'V 
4- .;, 

6577 
6578 
6579 

5.S94 



5600 
5601 



6667 



No. 

Wiggins, 

Wallace B 6868 

William F., 5599 

Wight, 

Alice A„ 5679 

.\LicE M., 59S1 

.\NNA I., 69S3 

Arthur M., 697S 

Caro C 69S4 

Clara E.> 6977 

Calvin 6986 

Daniel P., 6975 

Fdwin M., 567S 

Flizaueth L., 6979 

Emma 6982 

Edward V 6991 

Frances E f>')^j 

JO.'^EPH, 5677 

I>-ipu A., 6985 

li. >1E K 6990 

JULIA C 6992 

lATHKR 6987 

MaKY S f-r'. 

Maky B., ' 

Margaret, (>v,.v. 

William \V 5676, 6976 

Wilkinson, 

C HARLK.*^ A., 6575 

Cl.ARK R., 6076 

!)\-ir.iiT H 6576 

'■ '>:>wiN, 6573 

1.1 ANIiER, 6572 

I.'V.U.L, 6574 

Pjiii.hna, 6075 

Vl-„STA 6077 

WiLLARD, 

Clarenci:, 4383. 6004 

FlAVARI), 4382, 6009 

i' MMA 6>.X^/) 

Hi NRY, 43S1 

L\l RA B 6007 

Norman P., 6005 

Rose 6rx>8 

Williams, 

AniCAiL, 1907. 3437 

.\i;nY G., 3267 

,\NNE, 1903 

.•\LICE 1) 6318 

ClIRI.STIANA 776, I918 

^li w. 1 t:s 3169, 3435, 4692 

Cii\;i].i-s A 5974 

Charlotte, 4686 

Chester R 46S4 

Klii'HalET, 771, 3422, 4977 

Fm.azer 1828, 3264 

HnwARD, 1904, 3334 

IliAVARn S 3468 

liLENEZER, 3163. 3265 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



881. 



Williams, 

Elisha, 1830 

EusHA S 1902 

Eleanor O 4690 

Eunice, 779 

Eunice L., 5977 

Elizabeth, 1832, 3441, 4683 

Esther, 1914, 3463 

EzEKiEL, 772, I9ii,.3444 

Emily, 190S, 3158 

Faith, 1920 

Fannie L., 1906 

Frances, 3436, 4687 

Francis H., 3428, 3466, 4976 

George B., 5976 

Grosevenor E 3268 

Hannah, 1827, 3433 

Hannah H., 3443 

Harriette, i.1831, 1910, 4693 

Hariett p., 5004 

Henry D., 3157 

Henry H, 5215 

Henry E., 5975 

Henry M., 6321 

Horace, 3161 

James, 3425 

John, 1801 

John M., 1909 

John H.,...3i6o, 3165, 3426, 4974 

John W., 3442, 3460 

Jp:rusha, 1825 

jerusha p., 3266 

Julia R., 4975, 5218 

JosiAH D., 3469 

Kate, 6302 

Lawrence, 6322 

Lewis, 3167, 4664 

Lewis A., 6319 

Louisa W., 5216 

Lucinda, 4689 

lucretia m., 6316 

lucretia g., 4689 

Lucy, 6303 

Lucy T., 4682 

Mabel 7S26 

Marcus F., 5217 

Mark, 5214 

Mark L., .'. 6301 

Martha 1803 

Mary, 774, 1905, 1913, 3159, 3424 
3438. 

Mary F., 3471 

Mary P., 1648, 1923 

Mary E., 4683 

Mary H., 4971, 4973 

Mary F., 5005 

Mary L., 6317 

Margaret S 4691 



Williams, 

Moses, 777 

Nancy, 3431 

Nancy B., 3440 

Nehemiah, 1802 1829 3165 

Penelope Soo, 1824 

Prudence, 1912 

Percy, 3168 

Percy K 4685 

Peggy, 3162 

Richard S., 3461 

Richard S. W., 3464 

Samuel 778 

Samuel P., 1917 

Samuel H., 3166, 3827 

Samuel C. 3439 

Samuel T., 3467 

Samuel P. 3462 

Sara, 1823 

Sara P., 3171, 3429, 343° 

Sara F 6320 

Solomon W., 1647, 1901, 1915 

1919, 1922, 3423. 

Sophia, 3432 

Stephen K 3164 

Stephen H 4972 

Richard S., 5461 

Thomas, 775 

Thomas S., 1916 

Walter 3465 

William 773 

William T., 1921, 3170, 3470 

William O., 5006 

Wilson, 

Albert B. 5404 

Amos P 5403 

AuRELiA J., 5112 

Charles H., 5830 

Clarence P. 1514 

Daniel A 5402 

Ephraim a., 5113 

George, 5832 

Harriett L., 5831 

Harriett M., 5107 

Julius J. 5111 

Marietta 5405 

Minnie G 5833 

Mary E 5108 

Milton E., 5109 

Pamela, 5110 

Susan K., 5401 

Wood, 

Adeline M., 5503 

Ashman H., 5501 

Eliza A., 5497 

Francelia P., 5499 

Henry P., 5495 

Joel S., 55° 



882 



INDEX— OTHER NAMES. 



No. 

Wood, 

JuuA S 5502 

Rhoda a., 5498 

Woodward, 

Abigail M'o 

Aura, 3412 

Charles F 495^ 

Elizur 34f>7 

'•'"'V 3414 

A 4961 

^, 3406 

Laura, ~ 4957 

Mary, 3408 

Mary M.,-...^ 4960 

Sarah, ~ 34JI 

Sarah E., 49S9 

William 34f«9 

William W. 3413 

WOOSTKK, 

UKRBF.RT, '^t'^" 

lucrrtia, 

Martha, 

Mary, 545-i 

Orlando, 544** 

WoLcorr, 

Anir.AiL, 1006, J021, 235;^ 

Ai)IKI 2355 

Alexandkr 427, 1267 

Amelia, 1254 

Christopher, 1265 

c Hvki.ns m., r> j^s 

TH, 426, 

AS 1 

tkAMit 3 4.>o 

Hii/iR, 1010 

2409 

1264 

i-.I NU 1., 2350 

Fanny 2354 | 

Georgk, 1263 ' 

Gideon, ICX19 I 

Guy, 1268 

Henry M., > 2352 \ 

Henry G. 6059! 

Hkpzibah 42S ' 

JKRUSHA 2397 , 

JOSIAS 429 

Marianne 434 

Mary, 1252, 1265 

Mary F., 6060 I 

Naomi, 1008, 23981 

Oliver 433 i 

Parmenio 1253 I 

Roger, 425, 1250 I 

Samuel, 1007, 2399 1 

Sarah, ^ J249I 

Simon - 1262 j 

Sophia 2401 

Ursula, 432, 2402 ' 



woolcott, 

William, 2351 

woodruvp, 

Anne B., 7090 

Anne M., 4'oo 

Carlton H /loo 

Carrik B 7102 

Charli.s H 6313 

Douglass, ... 7103 

Ellen, 6314 

Edward W., 6315 

Helen E 4251 

Henry D 5879 

Hermionk, 7101 

Hope 7104 

James, 587S 

Joel R. 5880 

^•*' 'T 5877 

~ 4762 

.TH, 4768 

^ 3215 

lUkLA C, 3218 

Hannah, „ 4765 

Hannah S.,- 3213 

Henry L., 4770 

Haac R., 3216 

Jerusha, - 3214 

'■■■'- H 3217, 4773 

' - 4767 

O, 32>2, 4766, 4772 

AlARY 4771 

P\:.tT-T:L A.,., 3211, 4769 

4764 

JuilN 11 1686 

Samuel G., 1687 

Mary A., 1688 

Rutn a 1689 

Richard S.,..., 1690 

Dorothy, ....' 1691 

Wright, 

Abigail, 5303 

Diana, 5302 

Edward S 7086 

John C 7087 

Madison 5307 

Melissa, 5306 

roRTER 5305 

Ra- hel, 5308 

Walter 5304 

Yeomans, 

Caroline, 6569 

Cvnthla, 6590 

Eliza, 6567 

Ira, 6566 

Mary, 6571 

Sarah 6568 



Mi 



INDEX, No. 3. 



BRIEF GENEALOGIES OF FAMILIES ALLIED BY MARRIAGE. 



Abbott 92,446, 576, 6oi 

Abeel 516 

Abel 659 

Adams, 163, 593.624, 752 

AuGATE, 409 

Alcock, 177 

Alden, 472, 516, 570, 708 

Allen, 34, 123, 134, 247,500,509, 543 

Alexander, 34, 500, 714 

Allyn, 45, 98, 99, 187, 228 518, 684 

Almy, 542 

Alvord, 638 

Ames 516 

Andrews, 216, 243, 284, 342, 388, 390 
392. 558, 577, 595, 610, 653, 665, 771 

Annable,' 370 

Anthony, 504 

Appleton, 100, 210, 512, 528, 787 I 

Arms, no, 7901 

Arnold 80, 541, 542 

Armttage, 221, 461 I 

Ashley, 48, 268, 354, 387, 419, 578 j 

Atherton, ...". 162, 326 I 

ATWOOD 317, 422, 595 I 

Austin, 295, 462 I 

AUDLRY, 663 I 

AveryT 25, 477 j 

Ayer, 255, 42S! 

BaBCOCK 22, 325 I 

Backus, 688 1 

Bailey, .' 605 | 

Baldwin, 223, 501, 767, 804] 

Barber, 39,64, 133! 



PAGE. 

Baker, 262, 291, 372, 681 

Bancroft, , 137, 250 

Ballard, 566 

Barnard, 71, 173, 180, 243, 322, 334 

376, 469, 608, 614. 

Bartlett, 83, 207, 775 

Barrows 223 

Ball, 256, 270, 493 

Baxter, 707 

Barton 663 

Beach 28 

Beaumont, 40 

Beeckman 753 

Belcher, 609 

Beckley, V 550, 556 

Belding, (Belden,) 85, 102, 106, 211 

333, 341, 352, 391, 554, 575, 614 

729, 756. 

BiDWELL, 557, 777' 

BiGELOW, 76, 322, 445 

BiRCHARD, 89, 236, 767 

Bird, 241, 801 

BiRGE, 42 

Bill 463 

Billings, 84, 326 

Birkbee 581 

BiSSELL, 15, 37, 63, 96, 132, 137, 144 

262, 295, 335, 568, 690. 

Blakeman, 60, 619 

Bliss, in, 142, 222, 297, 431, 482, 563 

571, 651, 667, 735. 

Blanev 758 

Blodgett, 46^ 



884 



INDEX— FAMILIES ALLIED BY MARRIAGE. 



PAGE. 

bogardus 754 

boardman 319 

boltwood, 329 

Booth, 24, 55, 61, 118 

BosTwicK 103, 773 

Bourne, 143 

BowE, 304 

Bowles, 760 

Brace, 739 

Bradford, 116, 138, 187, 228, 423, 439 
585, 624, 669, 785. 

Bradstreet, 72, 203, 537 

— Bradley 295 

Brand, ; 751 

Brainard, 394, 532, 784 

Brattle 266, 670 

Breck, 675 

Breckinridge 426 

Brewster 402, 411, 433, 617, 711 

Bridgman, 336 

Briggs, 472 

"•^ROWN, 147, 243, 285, 286, 293, 763 

Buck 452, 559 

BUELL, 9, 10, 21, 92, 244, 383, 417, 460 
525, 626, 654, 755, 7S5. 

BULKELY lOI, 229 

BURNHAM 62, 100, 163 

Burroughs, 88 

buckland, 140 

Buckminister 539 

Bull, 220, 529 

RURHAMS, 754 

Burr, 120, 574 

Buurell 613, 759 

Burgess, 711 

Burkett, 167 

Burt,. ..95, 142, 263, 328, 571, 609, 636 

bushnell, 234, 409, 630, 7s4 

Broomfield, *....,'. 78S 

Butler, 18, 65, 7^, 85, 171, 210, 544, 560 

Cabell, 426 

Cady, 93 

Cadwell, 19, 79. 431. 503 

Caldwell, 492 

Camp 163, 202, 373, 804 

Campbell, 776 

Canfield, 162 

Cannon, 759 

Carey, 142 

Capen, 677 

Carpenter, 89, 246, 248, 430, 437 

Carver, 141 

Case, 432, 765 

Catlin, 60S 

Caulking, 88, 242, 756 

Chadeayne 756 

Chandler "566,577, 653, 692 

Chapin, 238, 249, 590, 636, 769 



Charles, 635 

Chalker 592 

Chapman 11, 24, 94, 114, 197, 592 

Chauncey, 57, loi, 480, &72 

Cheney 350 

Checkley, 760 

Cheesebrough, 169, 482 

Chester, 46, 137, 190, 195, 202, 204 

275, 315. 385. 537. 

Cheves, 798 

Choate, 652 

Chittenden 291, 755 

Christopher, 612 

Church, 19, 108, 209, 338, 353, 436 

771, 772, 774. 

Churchill, 107, 627, 774 

Clarke, 15, 4', 288, 535, 634,724, 767 

781. 

Clary, 692 

Clay 806 

Cleveland, 184, 440 

CoFFiNG, 622 

Cobb, 200, 711 

coggshall, 504 

Coleman, 6, 186 

COLTON, 63, 312, 482, 517, 519. 636, 639 

Coles, (Cole,) 17, 775. 476 

Colt, 294, 357 

I Collins 228, 291, 755 

I Cooke, 16, 64, 173, 179, 185, 334, 469 
I 614, 669, 693. 

I Cooledge, 180 

I Cone 298 

Conyn, 744 

I Cotton, 72, 203, 469, 513, 537 

I Corey, 612 

Crane ; 16, 582, 660 

Crosby, 642 

j Crowe 392 

-^ROON, 753 

Crittendon 83 

i Crxghr, 753 

Cruttenden, 207, 484 

Culver, 606 

Curtis 27, 56, 151, 158, 594 

Cuvler, 753 

Dahlbo, 758 

Dane 653, 692 

Dart, 690 

Davenport, .. 193,320, 595 

Day, 49, 327, 394 

Davis, 615 

Deforest 520 

Dean, 379- 

I Delano 258 

j Delevan, 632 

I Deming,...i63, 224, 226, 382, 3S9, 550 
I Denison, 269, 410, 428, 483, 809 



INDEX— FAMILIES ALLIED BY MARRIAGE. 



885 



Densi,ow, 140 

DeWolkf, 299, 409 

I^EWEY 48, 138, 387, 532, 578 

Dexter, 494 

Dibble 135 

Dickinson, 17, 62, 112, 249, 329, 331 
332, 345, 346, 468, 526, 619, 742 

DiMMOCK, 251 

DlNGEI,Y, ^i.,. 642 

I)ix, i^KsoS, 341, 599 

Dodge, 495 

D001JTT1.E, 586, 633 

DOTEN, 259 

Douglas, 690, 775 

Drake, 8, 33, 39, 41, 62, 118, 130, 135 

264. ■ 

Dudley 203, 367, 428, 491 

Duncan 680 

DwiGHT,...239, 354, 368, 508, 539, 577 
Edwards, 191, 193, 210, 355, 382, 500 

508, 309, 522, 679, 790. 

Eaton, 615 

Eastman, 330, 344, 352 

Eggleston, 39, 75, 127, 285, 676 

Ellison, 767 

Eliot, 337, 641, 760 

Eli^worth, 58, 93, 266, 670 

Ely, 59, 183,357, 481 

Emerson,.. 787 

English, 108 

Enos, (Eno,) 37, 134, 563 

Ensign, , 278 

,ESTES 629 

Farnham, 447 

Farrar, (Farrow,) 105 

Fanning 588 

Falley 686 

Fellows 84, 419 

F^IELD, 109 

FiLLEY 23, 130 

Fl^E, 745 

Fitch, 138, 360, 408,456,486, 585 

Fisher, 606 

Flynt, 239, 787 

foote, 102, iii, 192, 526 

Ford, 141 

FoRDHAM, 617 

Foster, 492,608, 653, 681 

FowLE, 752 

Fowler 51, 83, 250. 463 

Francis 698 

Frary, 112 

French, 463, 788 

Frost, 180 

F'ULLER, 366 

Gager 687 

Gaines, 41, 241 

Gallupp, 482 

Galpin, 153 



PA0E. 

Garfield, 445 

Gardiner 611 

Gay 505, 605 

Gaylord, 77, 36 

Gelston, 458 

Geddes, 725 

GiBBES 128, 185, 342, 345 

Gillette, 127, 134, 288, 558, 568 

GiLMAN, ,,; 87 

Glover, 115, 419 

GoFFE 470, 665 

Goodrich, 51, 68. 77, 78, 85, 134, 254 

319, 490, 475, 544, 594, 623. 

Goodwin, 19, 182 

GooDENO, 799 

Gookin, 786 

Gordon, 770 

Gorham, 366 

Gould, 652 

Graham, 480 

Granger, 761 

Grant, 43, 60 

Graves, 113, 219, 238, 413 

Gregson 182 

Greenhill, 279 

Greene 542, 662 

Greenough 677 

Griffin, 566, 692 

Griswold, 9, 36, 44, 61, 62. 63, 64 

92, 94, 114, 139, 140, 145, 167, 244 

36f\ 409, 553. 

Grosvenor, 359, 724 

Grosse, 609 

GURLEY, 290, 371 

Hale, 347, 724 

Hallett, 512 

Hall 273 

Hamlin, 168 

Hand , 104 

Harris 245, 357, 707, 752 

Harrison, 772 

Hart, 146, 301, 302, 374, 389, 476, 664 

Harman, 591 

Hastings 182, 789 

Harlakenden, 164, 517 

Haskell, 788 

Hawkes, no 

Hawley, 260, 771 

Hawkins, 664 

Hayden, 44, 128, 139, 172, 264, 625 

Haynes,...i76, 194, 321, 332, 717, 641 

Hayward, 516 

Hazelton, 581, 706 

Heaton, 76 

H]^LD, 601 

Herrick, 457 

HiCKOCK, 103 

HiGLEY, TI8, 139, 206 

HiLL, (HlLI^,) 120, 156, 213, 218, 461 



886 



INDEX— FAMILIES ALLIED BY MARRIAGE. 



*. Hiix, (Hii,i,s,) 

H11.LHOUSE, 

HlNMAN, 103, 

Hinckley 200, 365, 

Hitchcock 328, 493, 

Hinsdale, 201, 314, 476, 

. HoBART, 194, 252, 642, 7S5, 

HOBBS 

— HOLCOMB, 118, 285, 625, 

- Hooker 147. 301. 324, 

HOLDEN, 

HOLLISTER, 156, 164, 254, 460, 

HOLGRAVE, 

HOLLKY, 

HOLLINGSWORTH 

HOLTON, 500, 

-— Hopkins, 126, 191, 268, 279, 337, 
HooGEBOON, ....: 

HOLYOKE, 190, 195, 205, 254, 275, 

739- 

HORTON, 

HOSMER, 341, 422, 548, 

Hough 410, 685, 

HOVEY, 

Howard 379, 

Howell 

"~ HOWLAND, 

Hubbard, 181, 218, 237, 320, 348, 
56T. 578, 620, 775. 

Hudson, 

— Hull 

Humphreys, 

"^ Hunt, 422, 434, 573, 634, 647, 

Hunter 

Huntington, 89, 91, 199, 2.^4, 
4';)C'. 567, 679. 687. 

HURD, 

Ht'RLBUTT, 

Hutchinson 347, 

Ingrrsoll, 287, 290, 

INGRAHAM, 33O, 493, 598, 

Jackson, 

J oi.S 

^ J- "^ 238, 

JAX^KN 

Jhnks, 438, 

Jenkins, 

Jewett, 

T- Johnson, 437, 

-—Jones, 277, 

Kellogg, 124, 201, 314, 328, 403, 
613, 656. 

Kknt, 232, 367, 

■Kelsey 134, 287, 388, 557, 

Keen, 

Keyes 346, 351, 358, 359, 

KiLBOURNE, 229, 230, 269, 582, 595, 
KiLHAM, 

Kimball, 



669 
360 
159 
654 
651 
721 
810 
367 
765 
373 
542 
699 
20 
427 
108 
634 
423 
420 

38s 

86 
636 

775H 

774 

5t6 

425 

243 

475 

671 

273 i 
433 
581 
776 
396 I 

271 I 
165; 

447 

390! 

605 \ 

70S I 

779; 

590 ' 

744' 

705 

629 : 

196 I 

534 

805 

562' 



52 



6! 
559' 
758 
742 
802 

233 
196 



King, 148, 355, 525, 634 

Kingsbury 255, 427 

Kirkland 621 — 

Ladd, : 86 

Lamb 177 

Langdon, 568 

Lane, 704 

Larned, 200, 365, 588 

Larrabee, 170 

Law, 802 

Lawrence, 3171 779 

Lay, 411 

Leavonworth, 487 

Leavitt,... 534 

Lee. 121, 242, 336, 409, 474, 509, 544 « 
593, 623, 626. 

Leete 291, 755 

Leland, 588 

Leg 754 

Leonard, 601 

Leverett 267, 671 

Lewis 56,67, 116, 214, 268, 550 — 

Little, 143. 594 

Lincoln, 252, 6S1 

Livermore, 375 

Locke 645 

Lloyd 670 

LoOMis 9. 10, 133, 434, 755 — 

IvORD 183, 342, 390, 427, 518, 559 — 

LORING, 681 

LOTHROP, (LATHROP,) 9I. I99, 251-*=' 

261, 366, 369, 370, 621, 6S7. 
LOVEJOY 92 

Low : 495 

Lucas 304 

Ludlow, 619 

Luykassen, 755 

Lyman, 51, 82, 213, 235, 416, 598, 625 
781. 

Mack 121 — 

Mallory, 162 

Makepeace, ; 200 

Mann 398, 569 

Marsi-ield, 517, 636 

McKlNSTRY, 292 

Marsh, 21,67, 69, 331 

Marshall, 96, 130, 177, 340, 6S4 

Marvyn, 226, 254, 630, 784 

Mason 642, 809 

Mather, 26, 326 

Matthews, 616 

Maudesley, (Moseley,) 263, 317 

3S7, 579, 779, 

Melyen, 620 

Merrill, 124, 279, 306 

Merrick, 49 

Merriam 278 — ' 

Messinger, 287 

Metcalf, 490, 593, 624 



INDEX— FAMILIES ALLIED BY MARRIAGE. 



887 



MlI,I,KR, 

Mills, 

Minor 23, 25, 55, 61, 105, 150, 

158, 160. 

Mitchell 53. 68, 153, 159, 

Mix, 107, 212, 277, 

Montague, 237, 497, 597, 

Moody, 227, 

MooRR, 129, 293, 

Morgan, 234, 553, 614, 710, 

Morse, ; 

4- Morton 416, 562, 601, 614, 

Mur.LiNS, 187, 

Munn, 309, 

Munroe, ? 

Mygatt, 548, 

Nash, 30, 333, 

Nelson, 

«. Newell 771, 

Newberry, 46, 137, 263, 579, 

Nichols, 155, 157, 

Niles, 

Noble, 488, 489. 503. 549, 552, 602, 

— North, 

Norton, 208, 603, 

NOYES 

Ogden 508, 

Olcott, 192, 217, 282, 

Oliver, 266, 

— Olmstead, 216, 424, 

Orton 

OvSbornk, 443, 

Osgood, 

Otis, 367, 

Packard 

-^ Palmer, 

Parsons, 149, 189, 274, 377, 385, 

696. 
Palfrey, 

——Parke, 20, 170, 189. 219, 

Partridge,....'. 239, 355, 420, 

Peabody, 187, 347, 358, 

Pease, 

Peck, 29, 40, 152, 380, 610, 

Pendleton, 

Peirce, 

Perkins, 234, 621, 652, 

Pettieone 676, 

Peters, 

"Phillips, .^..210, 512, 

Pierpont 193, 320, 

Pickett, 

PiLLSBURY, 

PiNNEO 

Pine 

Pitkin, 70, 74, 182, 192, 213, 217, 
760, 777, 808. 

^ Porter, 216, 457, 494, 

Porterfield .'...... 



756 
676 
155 

479 
730 
694 

563 
470 

805 
629 
708 
570 
609 

645 
669 
742 
803 
801 
684 
706 
124 
704 

215 
801 
321 
522 
322 
670 
577 
315 
681 

351 
718 
526 
150 
514 

437 
422 
469 

724 
761 

633 
799 
445 
687 
764 
569 
787 
356 
711 
642 
38r 
756 
627 

739 

746 



Post, 340, 689, 770 

PoTwiN, 779 

Pratt, 106 

Prichard, 776 

Prentice, 309, 548 

Preston, 54, 152 

Purchase, 677 

Purple, 698 

Putnam 494, 739 

Pynchon, 187, 275, 419, 578 

Raymond, 245 

Reynolds, 30S 

Rhodes, 246, 541 

Richards, 117, 187, 245, 669 

Rice, 218, 237,348, 561 

Richmond, 243 

Righter, 806 

Riley, 220, 303, 772 

RoBBiNS, no, 170, 283, 527, 561, 623 

757- 

Robinson 206, 286, 763 

Rockwell, 264 

Rogers,.... 187, 228, 491, 624 

Root, 223, 247, 269, 316, 335, 432, 63S 

Rose, in, 303, 443 

RossETER, 513 

Rowley, 35, 401 

RoYCE 474, 56S 

Rudd, 770 

RUGGLES 318 

Russell, 226 

St, John 459, 610, 661 

Saltostall, 428, 453 

Sage, 214, 395 

Sadd, 296 

Sanford, 163 

Sargent, 511, 619, 680 

Scott, 782' 

ScoTTowE, -.'. 760 

Seaver, 566, 692 

Sedgwick, 124, 279, 380, 403 

Selden, 491, 598, 620, 762 

SiiWARD, 104, 582 

Sewall, 68 

Sharpe, 539 

SheaFFE, 755 

Sheldon,. ..135, 422, scxj, 514, 602, 625 
Sherman, 102, 151, 154, 156, 161, 615 

Shurtleff, 369 

Skinner 24, 90, 129 

Snell 516 

Snow, 141 

Smith, 90, 149, 237, 311, 343, 353, 392 
420, 435, -519, 597, 601, 773, 

Spafford, 581 

Spencer, 394, 575, 620, 757, 762 

vSpring, 604 

.Standish, 570 

Stanley, 3, 4, 147, 213, 217, 691, 777 



hSS INDEX— FAMILIES ALLIED BY MARRIAGE. 



Starr, 208, 21 '■■ man, 804 

Stearn-hs, - 251. .^ R, 52, 5S9 

STREr.E, 70, 116, 163. -I''"' ■-■ * \M 50 

Stebbins, 136,141,274, R. 25, 116, 181, 199, 241, 340 

Stkdman, 390,40., ., , ,, .625. 

Sterling, 7' 428, 440, 453 

STKVKNS, 65 CK, 653 

Stiddkn, 7"; iRTu, „ 477 

Stiles ~ 58, i- n 702, 753 

vStimson N. 143, 258. 322, 518, 594 

Stoduard, 50, 72, 78, 107, I'' nc:t«)N, 719 

204, 212, 271, 312, -353. . N 299, 472, 486, 542 

421, 540, 730. 766 

>^i'^ 30,207,242,3;! -:^ --• ^'- •• "'.S 

Storks ^ 4 

STROtrCHTON 99, 144,326, 65.', i*-> -,'..-<, -,,-... / ;^9 

Strkete 1. 16 

Stmino, <>,, 122. 324. 399, 460, 4' ^ 259, 261 

673, 676, 696, 739. > 567 

i 5 161, 507 

'^ - 57 '. 211. 219,333 — 

S\ 690.788. 

Sn 2 i>>2. ii>6, 227,419, 518 

^^ 7^ 277 

T-'"^. ' - 170.356,375,752 

Talcott, 99, 189, 195, 254. 2 - 571 

Tarb«»x, „ 219 — 

TAVI.0K....175, 215, 517, 57«, 71 672, 701, 707 

Tl-MPI.E 6?9 

Tkwry aoi, 6 Sf 611 

TrvPT'OKCK \ 219, 220 

Ti' 4- 60 

Ti! . ..,164, ;<74, fv ■ T47, 76", 787 

1 ICli.Nok, >\ 

ThROCK MORTON . 

Tl!.' ■ -: ,i ,,... 



"i I', ..ill, ./-'I, jji, J/J, OM, o<j3 

Tl „ '. 62b 

Z" ' 364 

Tl 299,442,6. ,„ iyt 

Ti , : ,1.1 526 

Ti< 27,149,202,254,3. 442,513,620 

Tl- 3^- 50, 107. 453, 7v:> 

Tv 493. <- ao6, 286, 763 

J'^ ''• 763 

li<;M!ii.L, I'sj 46,99,100, 137, 145 

TrnoR '527,639,671." 

Tittle 86,294,524.586, 633. , .1: 176, 319 

TWOMBLY, 71 680 

Tyi.ek ^?" ' 34, 

TVNG 87, 23ft, 572' 

I'NDKRniLL, ;i, 289 

Vaill - 61 „ 589 

Van Acken,^ 77 .; 350 

"^'''"^ - 7-! ON, 169, 374, 377, 482, 538 

Va V, 75 ,. 66, 7;^, 12^, 202, 225, y^-^ 

V.\ I.AER, „ 741 'V)2, 618. 

Va - 652. 7^ 

\VA..-,....r, iH, 13, 99, 144, 219, 242, 27.; I \^n.ll^ 176,3-7. 419. "^'Z, ' ;' 

Waitk 84, 6oi ' Youngs T. .^...,. 86 






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