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THE FAMILY 



AND 



DESCENDANTS 



OF 



REV. JAMES SABINE 



BY 



HIS GRANDSON 



JOHN DICKINSON SABINE 



PRINTED FOR PRIVATE QRCULATION 




WASHINGTON. D. C. 
1904. 



THE FAMILY 

AND 

DESCENDANTS 



OF 



REV. JAMES SABINE 



BY 



HIS GRANDSON 

JOHN DICKINSON SABINE 



PRINTED FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION 



WASHINGTON. D. C. 
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"The Sabine family can be traced back as far 

''as A. D. 1600. The first we find of them is in 

''the County of Hampshire (Hants), England, at 

"Titchfield, and towns near thereto. They were 

"Puritans and Nonconformists of early date and 

"glorious memory. 

"J. S.'^ 



Jamks Sabine, the grandfather of Rkv. Jamks Sabine, d. alx>ut 
the year 1780, aged 69 j-ears. His children by his first wife were : 

Isaac, who lived and d. at Titchfield, leaving a widow and a numerous 

family. 
Samiel, the father of Rev. James Sabine. 
J.\MES, who d., or was lo.st, in the West Indies. 
Sarah, m. DecemVjer 25, 1780, Thomas Eastman, of Portsea. 

His children by his .second wife were : 

William, who .settled in London, was some years sur\'eyor to the city, 

and il. in 1827 at an advanced age, leaving a numerous family. 
Daniel, who raised a large family at Titchfield. 
P.\TIENCE, buried at Titchfield, unmarried. 
LVDiA, buried at Guilford, Surrey, unmarried. 



Samtel Sabine, the father of Rev. J.\mes Sabine, m. Sarah Beaker, 
of Fareham, who was b. August 16, 1733, and d. February 5, 17S4. 

CHILDRKN 

Samiel, who d. ( Jctober 2u, 1843, at Dorchester, Ma.ss.. aged 77 years. 
His first wife's name was Jeanette. Their children were : 

Sami'EL and two other sons, who were raisetl and 

lived in Lontlon. 
JE.\NETTE. who m. a Mr. Reed and lived in London. 
Deborah, who 111. in London and removed to Canada. 
He left his .second wife a widow, who d. in Dorchester. 

William, livid in I'rinct? I-'dward's Island. Had .several children, their 
names unknown. 

Jamics, b. May 26, 1774. 





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REV J AM ES SABI N E 



REV. JAMES SABINE 

b. May 26, 1774, at Fart'haiii, Hauls, Kiii^laiid, aiui m. Auj^aist 19, 
1800, Aim Danfonl, only daut^hler of Isaac Daiiford, Ksqre., attorney at 
law, County of Gloucester, England. He entered the Presbyterian min- 
istry and lived in — 

Uley, Gloucestershire 1800-04 

Croyden, Surrey 1804-06 

Deptford and Greenwich, London 1806-08 

Tunbridge Wells, Kent 1808-15 

Tottenham, near Lt)ndon 1816 

vSt. John's, Newfoundland 1816-18 

Boston, Massachusetts 1818-30 

Bethel, Vermont " 1830-45 

He left England with his wife and seven children, sailing May 6, 
1816, from London, and arrived on the 15th of the following month at 
Saint John's, where he preached until after the two great fires which 
devastated that city. He then removed to Boston, where he arrived with 
his familv July 18, 1818, and soon commenced to preach in Boylston 
Hall, corner of Washington and Boylston streets. The society thus 
started became the Essex Street Church, the corner stone of which was 
laid January 26, 1819, and the church dedicated December 15, 1819. In 
the course of two years differences arose and by a vote of March 6, 1822, 
it was resolved to withdraw to Boybston Hall. This body retained the 
name of Essex Street Church until November 26, 1823, when they were 
received into the Londonderry Presbytery. Thus they became the Second 
Presbyterian Church of Boston, but tliey are known as the First Presby- 
terian Church. 

In 1828 Mr. Sabine withdrew from the Presbyterian Church, took 
orders in the Protestant Episcopal Church, and was ordained priest by 
Bishop Gri-swold. He was the first rector of Grace Church, Temple 
Street, Boston, and was, in 1830, transferred to the diocese of Vermont, 
and became rector of Christ Church, Bethel, where he preached for 
fifteen years. His wife d. October 2, 1837, at Bethel, and on October 11. 
1840, he m. Mrs. Dorcas W. Monroe, widow of Rev. Matt Monroe, at 
Trinity Church, Bridgewater, Mass. vShe d. October 14, 1880. at Newport, 
R. I., aged 93 years. He d. October 2, 1845. at the home of his daughter, 
in Randolph Center, Vermont. Pie was the author of an Ecclesia.stical 
Historv (Bo.ston, 1820), as well as numerous published sermons. 

The children of Rev. Ja.mes Sabine and Ann D.\nford S.vbine 
were — 
I Ann ''• Sejjt. 12, 1802 

2. D.\NFORr) b. July 9, 1804 

3. Caroline •>• ^^<^y 23. 1806 

4. Mariamne '^- I'eb. 10, i8oS 

5. Emma !•• r>ec. 13, 1809 

6. John Theodore ''■ ^I'lr. 31, 181 1 

7. El-SEBiA !>• I'fh. 20, 1813 

8. Uleyetta ^)- July 23, 1814 

9. Lavinia Indiana b. July 18, 1817 

K). ICNATirs James Jack.son b. Dec. 20, 1819 

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I. ANN SABINE 

b. September 12, 1802, at Uley, England, m. March 4, 1S30, in Grace/^ 
Church, Boston, Rev. Henry Blackaller, who was b. May 18, 1798, in 
England. He d. June 21, 1S67, at Gallipolis. Ohio. She d. May, 1879,31 
Pomeroy, Ohio. 

CHH.DREN 

Henry Mortimer, b. July 15, 1S3S; d. July 12, 1867, at San Antonio, 
Texas, while a first lieutenant in the 9th Regiment of Cavalry, 
U. S. .Army. 

Jeffrey Theodore, b. .\pril 6, 1S41 ; d. May 10. 1S51. 

J.\MES S.A.BINE, b. October 7. 1.S44. 

J.\MES Sabixe Black.a.li,er m. at Gallipolis, Ohio, June 6, 1S67, 
Lalla James Donnally, who d. at Pomeroy, Ohio, May 3, 1882. He again 
m. October 7, 1S85, Georgina Doane Onderdonk. 

Cmi.Dkl.N 

Lavixia Sabixe, b. November 21, 1868. 

Henry Mortimer, b. September 22, 1871. 

Arthur Morris, b. May 24, 1873. 

Danford S.\bixe, b. September 7, 1879; d. September 8, 1879. . 



I.AVixi.v Sabine Blackam.eR m. at Lancaster, Ohio, October 6, 
1892, Clarence Wells Goss. 

CHILDREN 

DoNN.\r.i,v \Vi;i,i„s Goss, b. February 12, 1894. 



.\RTHrR Morris Hi.ackam.kk m. February 28, 1.S97, Helen Louise 

Sullivan. 

children 

Arthur Morris, b. December 31, 1897. 
Hei.KX Louise, b. October 29, 1900. 



2. DANFORD SABINE 

h. July 9, 1S04, at Croydfii, Iviij^laml ; il. July 3. i>^>S- 



3. CAROLINE SABINE 

b. May 23, 1806, at Deptford, ECngland ; 111. November 13, 1834, at 
Bethel, Vt., John vSpooner Smith, M. D., of Randolph, Vt., and d. 
December 7, 1850, at Randolph. Dr. Smith was b. at Windsor, Vt., 
August 25, 1790, and d. at Randolph, December 8, 1872. 

CHILDREN 

Ann Caroijne, b. April 30, 1837. 

John vSabink, b. A])ril 24, 1843 ; d. November 6, 1900. 

Ann Caroline Smith m. August i, 1867, Patrick H. Murphy, of 
Randolph. They resided in New York City where he practiced dentistry 
for many years. 

John S.abink Smith m. November 15, 1S99, Alice Clara Sawyer, of 
Randolph, and d. November 6, 1900, in New York City, where he had 
practiced law for many years. 



4. MARIAMNE SABINE 

b. February 10, 1S08, at Greenwich, Kngland ; m. November 5, 1S44, 
in Boston, Matthius Appleby, who was b. October 6, 1809. He d. July 8, 
1883, at Terre Haute, Indiana. She <1. February 20, 1890, at the same 
place. 



5. EMMA SABINE 

b. December 13, 1S09, at Tunbridge, England ; ni. September 26, 
1S27, in Boston, Hiram Jacobs, who was b. March 12, iSui, at Thompson, 
Conn. He d. March 29, 1X74, in Boston. She d. January 27. iSSj, in 
Chicago, Illinois. 

CHILDREN 

Ignatius Hir.xm, 1j. June 2u, 1829; d. February 2, 1S30. 
\ViLLi.A.M Henry, b. December 6, 1830; d. April 16, 1834. 
J.\MK.S S.^BIXE, b. November 27, 1832 ; d. I'ebruary 6, 185S. 
Km.ma Lofl.SA, b. January 19, 1835; d. March 17, 1S51. 
Sarah Aijai.ine, b. November 7, 1839. 



Sarah Ad.\i.ine J.\cobs m. .\pril 21, 1864, in Bo.ston. Joseph 
Grafton Parker. They removed to Chicago in 1880. 

CHILDREN 

James Jacobs, b. August 8, 1866. 
Joseph Grafton, b. May 25, 1S68. 
Emma Louise, b. January 20, 1874. 



J.VMics Jacobs 1'akkhr ni. June 9, 1891, in Chicago, Madaline Kern. 

CHII.nREN 

James Irving, b. June 26, 1893. 
CtRaeton Li:none, b. .\ugust 29. 1897. 



Joseph (ikAiroN rAKKi-.K, jr., ni. in iSg^, in Chicago, Bertha 
Ililgard. 

CHii.nRi:N 
Robert Rov, b. in 1896. 
Joseph Grafton, b. April i. 1900. 
Sarmi Makik. b. .\ugust31, 1903. 



Emma L<>i'isi-: 1'arki:r ni. January 28, 1897, in Chicago, .Vrtluir 
Lee Hardin, <>f Kentucky. 

CHILDREN 

Ii)M-: .\i>ai.im:. i). in i>'<-)~. 

JoH.N (fRAI TON, b. .\pril 1, 1899. 

.Arthik I,i;i;, b. Sei)teml)fr 15. 1903. 

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REV. JOHN THEODORE SABINE 



6. JOHN THEODORE SABINE 

1). March 31, iSii, at Tuiibridge Wells, Hiij^laiid ; graduated from 
the Boston Latin School in the class which entered in 1.S21. (rraduated 
in iS3ofroin Williams Collejfe, Mass. Ordained deacon in the Protestant 
Episcopal Cluirch June 2, 1S33, at Bethel, Vt., by Bishop Hopkins, and 
ordained presbyter in September, 1S40, at Woodstock, Vt. He in. in 
Grace Church, Boston, September S, 1S36, Marinette Dickinson, vvlio was 
b. October 7, 1813, at Chatham, Conn., and d. May S, 1872, at Newton- 
ville, Mass. He preached in Cla])])\ille (Leicester), Mass., Fairfield, 
St. Albans, Hi3.jh,ifate, !\L'uiclie.ster and Bethel, Vt. .Vt the formation of 
the parish of the Church of the Messiah, in Boston, in the fall of the 
year 1843, he consented to supply the pulpit and preached for .seven 
months, although Rev. George M. Randall, afterwards Bishop of Colo- 
rado, was called as the first rector. In 1848 he was one of the editors of 
a weekly newspa])er called the American Cabinet and Boston .U/iencnnn, 
devoted to art, science, literature, etc. He d. at 43 Harvard vStreet, 
Boston, March 15, 185 1. 

C^H.DREN 

J.\MES, b. October 13, 1S37, at Highgate, Vt., d. .April 11, iSyj, in 

Washington, D. C. 
M.\RINKTTE, b. March 3, 1840, at Manchester, Vt. 
John Dickinson, b. October 9, 1843, in Boston. 



M.\RiNKTTK Sabine m. January 10, i860, in Grace Church, Boston, 
Henry Asa Gore, who was b. October 14, 1834, at Preston, Conn., and d. 
August 9, 1864, at Minneapolis, ^Minn. She again m. November 24, 1869, 
at Newtonville, ]\L'iss., Carlos Gore, brother of preceding, who was b. 
Feruabry 24, 1843, at Preston. 

CHILDREN 

M.-^RINETTE DiCKlN.soN, b. December 20, i860. 
Carlos Sabine, b. June 2(j, 1871 ; d. Augu.st 17, 1889. 
Josephine Cook, b. May 26, 1874 ; d. May 5, 1875. 
Cai.vin Howard, b. .\pril 14, 1876. 



^LxKiNETTE Dickinson Gokk m. February 5, iSyi, in Brooklyn, 
N. v., FUhvard Wolcott Church, wlio wash. May 22, 1863, at Washington, 
Conn. 

CHILDREN 
M.KRiNETTE, b. July 20, 1892. 



7. EUSEBIA SABINE 

b. Februarj- 20, 1S13, at Tiinbridge, England ; m. January 7, 1S40, 
Asaph Beniis Child, M. D.. who was b. August 22. 1813, at Bethel, Vt. 
She d. September 15, 1873, at South Boston, Mass., and he d. August 
17, 1875, at West Fairlee, Vt. 

CHIIJ)R1:N 

John Thkodork, b. June 13, 1841 ; d. March 30, 1893. 
Hknrv, b. January 13, 1847 ; d. January 19, 1847. 
Ch.\rlks Ed\v.\ri), b. July 31. 1853. 



John Theodore Child m. June 4, 1863, at Somerville, Mass., 
Sarah Gerry, who was b. January 14, 1844. He d. March 30, 1893, at 
Maiden, Mass. 

CHILDREN 

Sarah Gertrude, b. June 10, 1864. 
Madeleine Eusebia, b. September 26, 1866. 
Ruth Lavinia Sabine, b. December 7, 1S68. 
IvXRNKST Theodore, b. F'ebruary i, 1872. 



vSarah Gertrude Child in. M;irch 19, 1900. at ISIalden, Charles 
Wesley Wood, of New York City. 

CHILDREN 
Hazkl Gi:rTrui)E. b. September 29. I9<^)i. 



M.\DELEiNE Eusebia Child m. .May 12, 1897, at Maiden, Ma.ss.. 
William Scldoii IMall, f)f Straffonl, W-rmont. 



Earnest Theodori-; Child m. June S, 1898. at Jamaica Tlain. 
Ma.ss., Mary Ivli/al)etli Wallace. 

CHII.DRICN 

l.ACiii.A.v Wallaci:, b. June 30, 1901. 



Ciiai<li:s I'.DW akd Child iu. Juik- 14, 1886, at Maiuhi^tcr, N. II., 
Rebecca I^mogene Harris, h. Dicinibir 14, 1832. at I.uwill, Mass. 



8. ULEYETTA SABINE 

b. July 23, 1814, at Tunbridge, England ; ni. Xovcniber, 1837, Rev. 
Dexter Potter, a clergyman of the rrotestant Ej^iscopal Church, b. 
Januar}' 9, 1803. She d. July 25, 1839, at Poquetanock, Conn. He d. 
.\pril 2, 1 88 1. 

ONLY CHILD 
UlEYETT.\ Sabink, b. July 25, 1839; d. December 15, 1859. 



9. LAVINIA INDIANA SABINE 

b. July 18, 1817, at St. John's, Newfoundland; m. September 22, 1S46, 
in Boston, Robert H. Ralston, who was b. December 12, 1814, at Bethel, 
Vt. She d. May 9, 1S49, at Lockport, N. Y. He d. Augxist 5, 1859, at 
the same place. 

CHILDREN 

M.VRV Ann, b. July, 1847 ; d. in infancy. 

Lavini.\ Sabine, b. March 3, 1S49; d. January 30, 1903. 



10. IGNATIUS JAMES JACKSON SABINE 

b. December 20, 1819, in Boston, Mass. ; d. December 15, 1822. 



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BEAKER FAMILY 



Henry Beaker, of Farehani, England, b. September 29, 1699. 
Ilis wife Mary, b. December 30, 1698. They were m. May 31, 1727. 
Shed. Angnst 11, 17S3. lied. Decembers, 17S5. 

CHILDREN 
Henry, b. July 10, 1728; d. December 21, 1801. 

M.\RV, b. .\ngust 16, 1730; d. Ma_v 26, 179S; m. Henry Franklin, who 
d. November 25, 1783, aged 69 years. 

S.\R AH, b. .\ugust 16, 1733 ; d. February 5, 1784. vShe was the mother of 
Rev. James Sabine. 

Anx.\, I). April 3, 1736, lived to a great age, but never married. 



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DANFORD FAMILY 



The grandfather of the wife of Rev. James Sabine, Isaac Danford, of 
Gloucestershire, England, d. Jainiary 21, 1769, in his .S4th year, and his 
wife d. March 16, 1770, in her 83d year. 

The father of the wife of Rev. James Sabine, Lsaac Danford, Rsqre., 
attorney at law, Gloucestershire, ni. April 3, 1772, Rachel Jackson, and 
d. April 13, 17S8, in the 59th year of his age. 

Shed. October 11, 1S02, at Uley, Gloucestershire. 

The children of Isaac Danford and his wife Rachel were — 

IS.A..\C, b. August 8, 1773 ; ni. June i, 1801, Maria Moore, and d. in 1820, 
aged 47 years. Their children were Raxmond and Ann. 

Ann, the wife of Rev. James Sabine, b. September 19, 1774 ; <1. October 
2, 1837, at Bethel, Vt. 

John, b. July 26, 1777, m. Ellen Warren. They had nine children. 
John, d. at 7 years of age. 
El^LEN, ni. Mr. Croggen and had 3 children, viz : Ellen, 

Matilda, Mary, William and Victoria. 
Louisa, m. Mr. Field and had one daughter. 
W.\RREN, who married and resided at 81 Aldgate High 

Street, London, and had two children. 
Frederick, a surgeon, and resided at ParsoTi Drove, 

near Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. 
Twins, daughters, d. in infancy. 
Twins, sons, d. at about 12 years of age. 

He d. at an advanced age at Brussells, Belgium. 



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