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FRYE GENEALOGY 



ADRIAN of Kittery, Me. 
JOHN of Andover, Mass. 
JOSHUA of Virginia 
THOMAS of Rhode Island. 



Ellen Frye Barker 



(Partly from Mss. of Theophilus C. Frye now in the possessiori of the New England 
Historic-Genealogical Society) 



New York 
tobias a. wright, printer 

1920 



NAME AND HISTORY 



•* I ""HE name Frye means Free and is found in England as early 
as A. D. 1 100. The origin of the name is: when a man 
became free either from purchase of his freedom or from a 
grant from from his over lord, he started a family of Free, 
which later on became Fry. The name is spelled many ways, 
such as ffrie, Erie, Frey, Fry, Frye. 

The histor>' of the Frye Family is most interesting and there 
are many famous men and women in it. 

John Frye was with Drake, the noted Corsair, in the voyage 
of the Golden Hind in 1577. Francis Fry printed the first 
Bible translated in English. Elizabeth Fry was the noted 
prison reformer. Col. Joshua Fry was a senior officer and trusted 
friend of President Washington, in the French and Indian 
War. Major General Joseph Erie was famous in the Revolution. 
Senator William Pierce Frye was several times president pro 
tem of the U. S. Senate and twice acting Vice-President of the 
United States. So the list goes on of valient men and women, 
who became early settlers in America and bore without com- 
plaint their full share of the burdens of this Country, loved 
liberty and their fellowmen and struggled for independence 
and peace, through every stirring event down to the present 
day. 

Several have claimed that the early Frye families in this 
country were all related but your historian has not, even after 
diligent search here and in England, found authentic records 
to this effect, so presents these four lines separately and hopes 
some day to have a complete record of all lines of all Fryes 
who ever came to America. 

This work is based on Town Records and Deeds, Church 
Records and Family Records, after exhaustive investigation 



4 Name and History 

and study. Where dates and names were uncertain space is 
given to be filled later by proven facts. 

Now in order to make and keep the records complete for the 
future, your historian desires to hear family facts and traditions 
from all Frye descendants in America, desires a list of names 
and records of all descendants who were in the World's War, 
whether by name of Frye or not, that a complete Roll of Honor 
may be kept. 

E. Frye Barker, 

15 West 107th Street, 

New York City. 

Historian of the Frye Family. 

Member New England Historic-Genealogical Society. 



EDITION LIMITED TO I 50 
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THE FRYE COAT OF ARMS 



The Coat of Arms shown here was confirmed in England in 
the time of Edward IV, 1461-1483, and is used by all de- 
scendants in this country, The history of this illustration is 
as follows: 

Miss Love Pickman Frye (158) of the John of Andover line, 
married for her second husband Admiral Sir John Knight, 
K. C.B., and lived in London, England. 

She had no children but adopted her neice Sally Frye (352) 
to whom she left her property. 

Miss Sally Frye while living with her aunt in England ob- 
tained a copy of the Frye Coat of Arms, as registered in 
Burke's Heraldry. This copy she brought to America and 
gave to her cousin Jedidiah (452). 

Your historian fortunately obtained the original copy, in a 
frame made from the wood of the famous Frye elm. 



ADRIAN OF KITTERY 



This line writes the name both with and without the final E. 



ADRIAN OF KITTERY 



About 1620 in that part called Kittery Point, of Kingsweare, 
England, the town on the river Dart, directly opposite Darts- 
mouth, lived a merchant, Mr. Alexander Shapliegh, who sent 
ships with merchandise to Lisbon, to Newfoundland, and 
later on to New England. In 1635, his. son-in-law bought for 
him a large tract of land in the province of Maine, extending 
half way from Piscataqua (Portsmouth, N. H.) to the Agamen- 
ticus river (York, Me.). This tract of land was named Kittery 
Point, in memory of the old home in England and conveyed 
before 1650 to Nicholas, third son of Alexander Shapliegh. 

With the name of Nicholas Shapliegh that of Adrian Fry 
appears often on the Kittery, Me., records. He was a Quaker 
and married Sarah, dau. of John White. His mark with that 
of his wife often appeared on legal papers from 1664 to 1692. 
He witnessed a deed in 12-7-1663, was a witness at Court in 
1667, and had a grant of lOO acres in 1669. In 1664 he wit- 
nessed a receipt for a "Negro Boy named Mingoe, and a Sorrell 
Horse." 

Adrian lived just south of Sturgeon Creek in 1674 and the 
place was called " Frye's Point" in a deed in 1713. In 7-15- 
1690, "At a Court of Sessions held in York, Adrian Fry & 
Family were P'sented for not Comeing to Mitting." During 
all this period he appears on the records as a grantor and 
grantee of various tracts of land. 

On IO-12-1692, Adrian Fry executed the following quaint 
paper: 

" Know all men by these presents, that I, Adrian ffry of 
Kittery in ye County of York and Province of ye Mass. Bay in 
New England, planter, for many good Causes and Considera- 
tions me moving hereunto, Especially for the Naturall love and 
affection I bear unto my loving son William ffry as also for ye 
Comfortable provision for myself and my wife Sarah during our 
Naturall lives, have granted, Demised and do farm letten unto 
my foresaid loving son William ffry a certain tract of land lying 



12 Frye Genealogy 

in Kittery afores'd Joying to Creek's mouth on ye south side of 
s'd Creek, containing about nine acres be it more or less with 
ye Orchard upon it And twenty-Seven Acres more of land lying 
on and near horsidown hill bounded on ye East with Major 
ffrosts, land and Commons on ye South with John Morrells 
land and Commons, on ye North with a high way, To have and 
to hold all and Singular ye above Demised and granted Pre- 
misses with all ye Appurtenances thereunto belonging unto him 
ye said William ffry his heires and Assignes during ye whole 
Terme of ye Naturall lives of ye afores'd Adrian ffry and Sarah 
his wife, his s'd father and Mother upon ye rent hereafter ex- 
pressed And after ye s'd Adrian and Sarah his wife To have 
and to hold all and Singular ye above granted Premisses with 
all the appurtenances and c / to him ye s'd William ffry and 
his heires forever in ffee simple without rent or other Incum- 
brances whatsoever and ye s'd Williams rent for ye fores'd 
lands during ye lives of his s'd father and Mother shall Main- 
tain good fences and make good improvement of ye s'd lands 
and shall pay unto his s'd father the one halfe of whatsoever 
grain shall grow upon ye land at Sturgeon Creek mouth, to- 
gether with the one half of the Cyder and Perry that ye Orchard 
shall yield / And allow unto his said father ye use of one Acre 
of land yearly during ye lives of both father and Mother of 
that land that lies next ye great river, and in case ye Mother 
shall out live the father he is to pay the same rent, to her/ And 
for ye land at horsidown hill afores'd the s'd William shall allow 
his s'd father and Mother or longest liver of them the free use 
of the now dwelling house And a quarter of an Acre of land 
for a garden with liberties to cult and carry off such firewood 
or building timber as they shall have occation for their own 
use and when their abilities shall fail and need be, s'd William 
shall help his s'd father and Mother or either of them in cutting 
and carrying s'd timber or firewood and to pay his s'd father or 
either of them during their lives yearly one third part of what- 
so-ever grain ye s'd land shall yield he well fencing and im- 
proving s'd land / And s'd William shall receive two Cowes 
with their increase of calves shall amount to ye number of Six 
and then his father or Mother and he shall divide the increase 
between them in halves, in ye mean time his s'd father and 
Mother or either of them, to have all ye milk of ye s'd two 



Adrian of Kittery 13 

Cowes And after ye first division made the said William shall 
carefully keep four meat Cattle for his s'd father or Mother 
dureing their lives as aboves'd with sufficient winter meat 
Always allowing his s'd father or mother to take ye Milk of 
two Cows if there be so many, And when ye four meat Cattle 
afores'd shall amount in their Increases unto ye number of Six, 
then s'd increase to be divided in halves as afores'd and so to 
continue from year to year so long as said father or Mother 
shall live And further if s'd father or Mother shall procure any 
sheep, he s'd William shall take and keep them winter and 
Summer for ye one half of ye increase of the lambs and wooll 
And s'd William is never to keep above ye number of ten for 
his s'd father or Mother both of Stock and increase and if any 
difference or controversie shall arise between the parties to 
these present it shall be determined by Indifferent men Mutually 
Chosen by both partys And for confirmation of the Premisses 
both part'es to those presents have Interchangeably set to their 
hands and Seales to these presents and an other of the same 
tenour / October 12 th. Anno Dom 1692 

the word William in the Margent entered before Signing and 
Sealing hereof 

Adrian ffry his 

A seal 
mark 
in the presents of us Sarah ffry her 

Robert Allen seal 

John Wincoll ^""^ S» F, mark 

Robert Allen appeared before me and made oath that he saw 
Adrian ffry Sign and Seal ye abovesaid Instrum't to which he 
set his hand as witness, and Capt. Wincoll set his hand to as a 
witness at ye same time / September 16 th. 1695 

Charles ffrost Justice peace 

a true Copie of ye originall Transcribed and Compared, 
March 12 th. 1700 p Jos Hammond Register. 

After this we find no further record of Adrian and he prob- 
ably died soon after. The son William was made administrator 
of his mother's estate 11-22-1709. 



14 Frye Genealogy 



Issue, 


born in Kittery, M 


e.: 








2 


William, 


b. 






; d. 




3 


Sarah, 


b. 






; d. 






m. 


, 


1695, 


Nicho 


las Morrell 




4 


Joanna, 


b. 






; d. 






m. 


, 


1700, 


Thos. 


Mazeet. 




5 


Elizabeth, 


b. 






; d. y 



m. 3-3-1701, James Thompson^ 

6 Joseph, b. , 1680; d. 

7 Adrian, b. ; d. 



SECOND GENERATION 

2. William was a prominent man of affairs in Kittery and 
belonged with his family to the Society of Friends. In 1711, 
on the list of freeholders of Kittery, the value of the year's 
income of William ffry's estate was £'j. He and his wife 
signed a deed in 1718 and in 1725. He married in 1694 Han- 
nah, dau. of John and Elizabeth (Strong) Hill of Dover, Me. 
There is very little record of him but he was living in 1739. 
According to a deed darted 4-4-1713, he sold to Philip Pike ten 
acres called Fry's Point and situated between the river and 
Sturgeon's Point at Kittery. 

Issue, born in Kittery, Me.: 

8 William, b. 11-7-1694; 

9 John, b. 6-26-1698; 

10 Benjamin, b. ii-9-i«oi; 

11 Joseph, b. 3-12-1704; 

12 Ebenezer, b. 

13 Sarah, b. 9-3-1710; 

m. 8-21-1750, Tobias Hanson. 

6. Joseph was captured at the age of 15 by the Indians and 
carried into Canada in 1695, he is said to have married and had 
children but the record is not clear. 

7. Adrian married 6-8-1705, Mercy Chapman of Ipswich, 
Mass., and served as a soldier at Fort William and Mary from 



d. 




1 


1766. 


d. 








d. 


3- 


-1754- 




d. 








d. 


y- 






d. 


8-: 


[7-1800; 





Adrian of Kittery 15 

6-7- to 7-17-1708. He is referred to as "late of Kittery" in 
1719, but no record has been found of any children. 



THIRD GENERATION 

8. William lived on the old homestead at Kittery and was a 
much respected man. He was a miller and with his family be- 
longed to the Society of Friends. He married 7-15-1724, 
Abigail, dau. of Ebenezer and Mary (Otis) Varney of Dover, 
N. H. She was a granddaughter of Humphrey and Esther 
(Starbuck) Varney, early settlers of New Hampshire and Nan- 
tucket Island, Mass. His will was made 4-1-1771. 

Issue, born in Kittery, Me.: 

14 Mary, b. 5-25-1725; d. 11-16-1730, unm. 

15 Martha, b. 9-5-1726; d. , 1765; 

m. 9-28-175 1, Mussey Gould. 

16 Ebenezer, b. 8-3-1728; d. 9-25-1728, unm. 

17 Hannah, b. 10-6-1729; d. 3-4-1754. 

m. 9-7-1751, Elijah Jenkins. 

18 John, b. 1-22-1731; d. 2-26-1817. 

19 Ebenezer, b. 8-30-1734; d. 7-28-1792. 

20 Mary, b. 3-7-1737; d. 

m. (i) , Otis Varney; m. (2) 5-24- 

1779, Moses Jewett. 

21 Abigail, b. 3-20-1741; d. , 1790; 

m. 6-24-1767, Joseph Meader. 

9. John also belonged to the Society of Friends. He mar- 
ried Elizabeth , and was living in 1752. 

Issue, born in Kittery, Me.: 

22 Alice, b. 1-31-1714; d. 

m. 3-19-1737, Samuel Getchell. 

23 Abigail, b. 8-25-1716; d. 

24 Elizabeth, b. 9-25-1721; d. 

10. Benjamin married 12-22-1732, Sarah, dau. of John and 
Hannah (Page) Dow of Hampton, N. H. 



d. I- -1812. 




d. 5- -1743. 
d. 


unm 


d. 9-22-1807; 





16 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in Kittery, Me.: 

25 Jonathan, b. 11-15-1733; 

26 Ruth, b. 12-9-1735; 

27 Rowland, b. 10-9-1737; 

28 Alice, b. 10-22-1739; 

m. 1-6-1762, Timothy Robinson, Jr. 

29 Ruth, b. 2-8-1743; d. 10-20-184 1 ; 

m. 8-24-1772, Wm. Jenkins, Jr. 

30 Silas, b. 6-12-1746; d. 2-2-1805. 

31 Judith, b. 6-17-1750; d. 3-14-1754, unm. 

32 Judith, b. 4-17-1754; d. 

m. , 1777, Stephen Hussey. 

11. Joseph married 12-24-1735, Susanna, dau. of Ebenezer and 
Sarah (Lowell) Knowton. This is the same family of Lowells 
as the poet James Russell Lowell, also of President Lowell of 
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Issue, born in Kittery, Me.: 

33 Hannah, b. ; d. 

m. 12-23-1782, Amos Chick. 

34 Sarah, b. ; d. 

m. 12-25-1785, Elihu Cofifin, 

35 Susanna, b. ; d. 

m. , Gibson. 

36 Ebenezer, b. 9-25-1754; d. 

37 Daniel, b. ; d. 

38 James Lowell, b. 4-18-1763; d. i- -1853. 

39 Catherine, b. ; d. 

m. (i) , Joseph Jenkins; m. (2) i- 

27-1782, James Emery. 



40 David, b. 

41 William, b. 

42 Tobias, b. 



FOURTH GENERATION 

18. John moved to Bolton, Mass., and married (i) 6-21-1762, 
Merriam Wheeler, b. 6-6-1743; d. 5-17-1785; married (2) 7-4- 



Adrian of Kittery 17 

1787, Rachel Steans of Uxbridge. Mass., b, 1-26-1750; d, 6-28- 
1836. 

Issue, born in Bolton, Mass.: 

43 Obadiah, b. 11-8-1763; d. 

44 William, b. 6-9-1766; d. 

45 Mary, b. 1-1-1769; d. 4-10-1787. 

46 Miriam, b. 4-12-1771; d. 10-14-1814; 

m. , Henry Earle. 

47 John, Jr., b. 9-21-1773; d. 5-17-1813. 

48 Jonathan, b. 6-22-1777; d. 5-8-1844. 

49 James Neal, b. 7-11-1780; d. 

50 Abigail, b. 1-8-1784; d. 5-24-1875; 

m. 6-5-1800, Daniel Wheeler. 

51 Mary, b. 9-4-1788; d. 1-11-1800, unm. 

52 Thomas, b. 6-9-1791; d. 3-25-1839. 

53 Anna, b. 11.21-1792; d. 

m. 6-6-1816, Ira Aldrich. 

54 Rachel, b. 5-27-1798; d. 12-17-1746; 

m. 6-2-1831, Joseph Helder. 

19. Ebenezer had a farm of 29 acres and his house was spoken 
of as a two story dwelling house with eight windows. He and 
his family belonged to the Society of Friends. He married 
(i) 1 1-4-1760, Mary, dau. of Joshua and Elizabeth (Estes) Buffum 
of Berwick, Me., b. 1-7-1742; d. 4-5-5-1764; m. (2) Mary, dau. of 
William (Robinson) Hussey of Dover, N. H.; m. (3) i. 30-1783, 
Bathsheda, dau. of Ezekiel and Mary (Needham) Allen. 

Issue, born in Kittery, Me.: 

55 Joshua, b. 8-16-1761; d. 3-31-1845. 

56 Ebenezer, b. 3. 12-1764; d. 4-10-1854. 

57 John, b. 3-4-1767; d. 12-22-1833; 

m. 11-1-1797, Martha Gould. 



58 Obediah, 


b. 






: d. 


59 Daniel, 

60 Benjamin, 

61 Edmund, 


b. 
b. 
b. 


10-2- 


1785; 


d. 3-2i-if8i 

d. 

d. 


62 William, 


b. 






d. 


63 Elizabeth, 


b. 






d. 



18 Frye Genealogy 

64 Ezekiel, b. ; d. 

m. 3-29-1822, Abby Lyston. No issue. 

65 Abraham, b. ; d. 

27. Rowland married 9-27-1769, Judith Nock and settled in 
Berwick, Me. 

Issue, born in Berwick, Me.: 

66 Mary, b. 8-19-1770; d. 8-27-1770, unm. 

67 Ruth, b. 11-18-1771; d. 

m. 10-22-1795, Silvanus Hussey. 

68 Roland, b. 11-18-1771; d. 

69 Eunice, b. 12-26-1773; d. 1-3-1774, unm. 

70 Eunice, b. 4-14-177;*; d. 

71 Mary, b. 8-8-1777; d. 

m. (i) , Tobias Cartland; m. (2) 
11-28-1815, Jedediah Peasly. 

72 Stephen, b. 4-30-1779; d. 

73 Sarah, b, 5-21-1781; d. 

74 John, b. 6-16-1783; d. 

75 Judith, b. 7-30-1785; d. 

76 Benjamin, b. 8-10-1787; d. 
y-j David, b. 1-23-1790; d. 

78 James, b. 12-30-1791; d. 

79 Alice, b. I -20- 1 794: d. 

80 Rachel, b. ; d. 

m. , Gershum Clark. 

30. Silas lived in Kittery until shortly before his death, when 
he moved to Sandwich, N. H. His will dated 6-21-1800, was 
probated here in 3-19-1805. He married 4-19-1773, at Dover, 
N. H., Mary, dau. of Joshua and Abigail (Mead) Folsom; this 
is the same family as Frances Folsom, wife of the late President 
Grover Cleveland. 

Issue, born in Kittery, Me.: 

81 Hannah, b. 7-2-1774; d. 7-22-1849; 

m. (i) , John Southworth; m. (2) 

, Rogers. 

82 Benjamin, b. 8-18-1776; d. 10-14-1868. 



Adrian of Kittery 



19 



83 Abigail, b. 6-25-1778; d. 12-3-1855; 

m. , John Nichols. 



84 Joshua, b. 8-9-1780; 

85 John Folsom, b. 8-9-1782; 

86 Elisha, b. 3-12-1786; 

87 Elisha, b. 3-6-1789; 

88 Comfort, b. 6-5-1893; 

m. 2-26-1818, Abner Jepsom. 

89 Lydia, b. 5-8-1795; 



d. 4-19-1856. 

d. 11-9-1799, unm, 

d. 11-18-1786, unm. 

d. 2-4-1849. 

d. 12-2-1856; 

d, 4-17-1809, unm. 



36. Ebenezer married 12-21-1791, Jane Frost. 
Issue, born in Limerick, Me.: 



90 Mary, 


b. 11-17-1792; d. 


91 David, 


b. 7-25-1794 


d. 


92 Jane, 


b. 6-II-1796 


d. 


93 Ebenezer, 


b. 5-27-1798 


d. 4-29-1869. 


94 Sarah C, 


b. 4- 1 6- 1 800 


d. 


m. 


, James W. Weeks. 


95 James, 


b. 3-8-1802; 


d. y., unm. 


96 William, 


b. 6-26-1804 


d. , 1805, unm 


97 William, 


b. 7- 1 2- 1 806 


d. 


98 James, 


b. 8-20-1808 


d. 


99 Betsy, 


b. 6-26-1810 


d. 


100 Pepperil, 


b. 10-20-181: 


2; d. 


loi Joseph, 


b. 10-16-181^ 


\; d. 



37. Daniel married 9-28-1802, Eunice Greenough. 
Issue, born in Limerick, Me.: 



102 Leonard, 


b. 




) 


d. 4-14- 


1855; 


m. 




, Sarah W. . No issue. 


103 Levi, 


b. 






d. 




104 Charles, 


b. 






d. 




105 Lvdia, 


b. 






d. 


, unm 


106 Sarah, 


b. 






d. 


, unm 


107 Mary, 


b. 






d. 




m. 




, Nathaniel Foster. 




108 Catherine, 


b. 




; d. 




m. 




, Calvin 


B< 


itland. 





20 Frye Genealogy 



109 Jane, 


b. 


; d. 


no Almira, 


b. 


; d. 


m. 




, Alfred Dennet, 



38. James Lowell was a farmer, moved to Prospect, Me., and 
then to North Haven, Me. He married , 1787, Alice 

M. Nutter, b. 7-19-1767, at Greenfield, N. H.; died about 1849 
and was buried with her husband at North Haven, Me. 

Issue, born in North Haven, Me.: 

111 Mary, b. abt. 1788; d. , aet 7 yrs. 

112 Joseph, b. , 1790; d. 

113 James, b. ; d. y. 

114 Mary, b. 6-23-1795; d, 

m. (i) , Lovice; m. (2) 6-22- 

1638, Abner Cutler; m. (3) Young. 

115 Alice Maria, b. 7-30-1798; d. 

m. (i) , Thomas Pierce; m. (2) , 

Eli Perry. 

116 James Clapp, b. 3-24-1801; d. 12-25-1865. 

117 William, b. 4- -1802; d. , 1803, unm. 

118 William, b. 4-5-1803; d. ,1840. 

119 Sarah, b. 7-14-1804; d. 2-17-1849. 

m. , Saml. Ayres. 

120 Hannah, b. ; d. y., unm. 

121 Hannah, b. 11-19-1810; d. 

m. , Lemuel Ames. 

122 Thomas J. N., b. 9-13-1813; d. 11-20-1874. 

4L William married 
Issue, b. in Eliot, Me.: 

123 William, b, ; d. 

42. Tobias married 6-8-1784, Grace, dau. of Wm. Remick, 
b. , 1767; d. 7-6-1847. 

Issue, born in Kittery, Me.: 

124 Joseph, b. , 1892; d. , 1818, unm. 

125 James Pierpont, b. 2-22-1793; d. 



Adrian of Kittery 21 

126 Mary, b. , 1795; d. 7-22-1862. 

127 Pauline Howard, b. 9-24-1800; d. 

m. 12-23-1821, Oliver Clark. 

128 Abigail, b. ; d. 7-22-1852, unm. 

129 Ivory, b. ; d. 



FIFTH GENERATION 

43. Obadiah married , Lydia . 

Issue, born in Bolton, Mass.: 

130 John, b. 2-3-1793; d. - 

131 Miriam, b. 9-16-1794; d. 

132 Mary, b. 3-18-1796; d. 
132 Sarah, b. 9-14-1797; d. 
131 Lydia, b. 6-5-1799; d. 

44. William married , Abigail , b. 5-30-1771; 

d. 1-22-1847. 

Issue, born in : 



135 Rebecca, b. ; d. 

136 Mirriam, b. ; d. 

137 Mary, b. 12-15-1796; d, 

m. 6-1-1820, Asa Wheeler, Jr. 

138 Patience, b. ; d. 

139 William, b. 7-26-1800; d. 3-16-1877. 

140 Abigail, b. ; d. 

141 Bathshebe, b. ; d. 

m. 4-7-1824, Amory Faulkner. 

142 Lydia, b. ; d. 

143 Richard, b. ; d. 

144 Obediah, b. ; d. 

47. John, Jr., married 6-6-1798, Lydia, dau. of Robert and 
Sarah (Hunt) Earle, b. 1-16-1776; d. 4-23-1847. 

Issue, b. in Bolton, Mass.: 

145 Hannah, b. 6-3-1799; d. 3-21-1847. 

m. 9-21-1820, Pelatiah Gove. 



22 Frye Genealogy 

146 Homer, b. 10-22-1801; d. 7-13-1883. 

147 Miriam, b. 9-8-1804; d. 5-7-1861; 

m. 6-24-1821, Nathan Breed. 

148 Sarah, b. 3-9-1807; d. 5-25-1894; 

m. 1-29-1835, Dr. Samuel Tobey. 

149 Dorcas, b. 2-17-1810; d. 12-18-1875; 

m. 9-19-1833, Charles R. Tucker. 

48. Jonathan married (i) , Sarah Earle, b. 1-1-1781; 

d. 11-11-1805; m. (2) 6-6-1807, Amey, dau. of David and Eliza- 
beth (Brown) Aldrich, b. 1-2-1786; d. 10-2-1850. 

Issue, born in Bolton, Mass.: 

150 Mary Brown, b. 7-25-1808; d. 

151 Lucy, b. 2-1-1810; d, 

152 David Aldrich, b. 2-28-1812; d. 

153 Sarah Earle, b. 2-24-1813; d, 10-3-1828, unm. 

154 Jonathan, b. 7-12-1815; d. 

155 Lewis Thompson, b. 12-15-1817; d. 8-8-1856. 

156 Amey, b. 3-26-1820; d. 2-4-1821, unm. 

157 Elizabeth, b. 11-17-1821; d. 

m. (i) 1 1-23. 1842, E. T. Wheeler; m. (2) , 

Henry A. Taft. 

158 James Neal, b. 3-7-1824; d. 

159 John, b. 10-12-1826; d. 3-19-1833, unm. 

52. Thomas was a well known teacher and married , 

Mary Eddy, b. 10-21-1793; d. 

Issue, born in Bolton, Mass.: 

160 Mary Ann, b. 6-8-1815; d. 1-9-1828, unm. 

161 Sarah Congdon, b. 7-15-1817; d. 

162 John Eddy, b. 4-23-1819; d. 

163 Jesse Eddy, b. 6-23-1821; d. 2-4-1822. unm. 

164 Thos. EUwood, b. 6-17-1834; d. 

165 Mary Ann, b. 3-7-1836; d. 

55. Joshua was a farmer and moved to Vassalboro, Me., about 
1787. He married 12-27-1788, Mary, dau. of Lemuel and Waite 
(Estes) Jones of Brunswick, Me., b. 3-9-1764; d. 4-11-1850. 



Adrian of Kitterv 23 

Issue, born in Vassalboro, Me.: 

i66 William, b. 4-4-1790; d. 3-24-1872. 

167 Thomas, b. 12-22-1791; d. 1-19-1875. 

168 Phebe, b. 10-17-1793; d. 11-4-1857, unm. 

169 Ebenezer, b. 6-25-1795; d. 2-18-1886. 

170 Lydia, b. 5-10-1797: d. 10- -1830; 

m. , John Lunt. 

171 Sarah, b. 7-5-1799; d. 

m. , Moses Jenkins. 

172 John, b. 6-1-1802; d. 4-15-1885. 

173 Isaiah, b. 6-17-1804; d. 3-3-1886. 

174 Stephen, b. 5-20-1806; d. 

56. Ebenezer married 2-9-1786, Joanna, dau. of Peter Staples. 
Issue, born in : 

175 William, b. ; d. 

176 Abigail, b. ; d. , unm. 

177 Mary, b. ; d. 

m. 3-20-1815, David Furbish. 

178 P^benezer, b. ; d. 

179 Tobias, b. ; d. , 

57. John married 11-1-1797, Martha Gould. 
Issue, born in Berwick, Me.: 

180 William, b. 5-30-1799; d. 8-16-1832. 

181 Mary, b. 8-6-1803; d. 12.9.1839. 

182 John, b. 4-5-1808; d. 7-8-1832. 

183 Isiah, b. 2-27-1811; d. 8-29.1870. 

58. Obediah was a farmer and married , Lydia 
Cavcrly. 

Issue, born in Tuftonboro, N. H.: 

184 Katherine, b. 12.16-1800; d 

m. , Grafton Abbott. 

185 Nathaniel, b. 12.28-1802; d. y., unm. 

186 Richard, b. 12-27-1804; d. 

187 Sally, b. 6-4-1807; d. 

m. , Moody. 



24 Frye Genealogy 

i88 Joseph, b, 6.29-1809; d. 7.3-1809, unm. 

189 Benjamin, b. 6-29-1809; d. 1-13-1891. 

190 John, b. 10-29-I811; d. y., unm. 

191 Mary H., b. 10-2I-I813; d. 5. 11. 1797; 

m. 5.23-1859, George Mann. 

192 Nathaniel, b. 6-II-1816; d. 12.20-1898. 

193 Lydia, b. 7-I-1819; d. 

m. , John Rogers. 

59. Daniel was a farmer and married 9-4-1808, Jane Smith, b. 
12-4. 1788; d. 2.5-1866. 

Issue, born in Eliot, Me.: 

194 Oliver, b. 11-30-1808; d. 

195 Louisa, b. 7.2-1810; d. 

m. , 1835, William Plaisted. 

196 James William, b. 9.24.1812; d. 

197 Edmund, b. 12-16-1814: d. 

198 Sarah, b. 5-8-1816; d. 

m. , James Benny. 

199 Samuel Smith, b. 12-8-1819; d. 

200 Robert Smith, b. 4-18-1822; d. 

201 Washington, b. 9. 22-1824; d. 9.11-1858, unm. 

202 George Henry, b. 6-4-1827; d. -1847, unm. 

203 Edward Franklin, b. I-25-1830; d. 

204 Joshua Huntress, b. 11-17-1832; d. 

61. Edmund married 6-17-1802, Sally Dixon. 
Issue, born in Eliot, Me.: 

205 Mary Jane, b. ; d. 

m. -1829, Tobias Frye (179). 

206 , b. ; d. 

207 Samuel, b. ; d. 

82. Benjamin was a farmer, public speaker and prominent 
Friend, and lived in Sandwich, N. H., until after 1854 when he 
went to live in Okaloosa, Iowa, and remained there for the 
rest of his life. He married 9.2-1802, Lydia Bean of Sandwich, 
N. H. 



Adrian of Kittery 25 

Issue, b. in Sandwich, N. H., and Lynn, Mass.: 

208 Daniel, b. 7-15-1804; d. 12-9-1807, unm. 

209 Sara, b. 6-17-1807; d. 6- 13- 1799; 

m. 11-24-1830, Moses Hoag. 

210 Daniel, b. 9-9-1809; d. 3-30-1875. 

211 Abigail C, b. 7-21-1811; d. 11-22-1887; 

m. (i) 1-31-1845, G. Cornell; m. (2) 12-18-1851, 
Stephen Beede. 

212 Mary F., b. 7-23-1814; d. 2-28-1895; 

m. 10-18-1850, Dr. D. R. Bailey. 

213 John, b. 6-12-1817; d. 4-19-1818, unm. 

214 Ann, b. 10-13-1820; d. 7-IO-1825, unm. 

84. Joshua married , Sarah Bean. 

Issue, born in China, Me.: 

215 Benjamin, b. 4-23-1812; d. 

216 Lydia B., b. 8-21-1814; d. 

m. 8-27-1834, Joseph Hawks. 

217 Hannahs., b. 11-9-1822; d. 

m. 12-25-1849, Hartwell O. Ward. 

87. Elisha was a carriage maker, he moved from Sandwich in 
1817 to Weare, N. H., and in 1833 to Lynn, Mass., where he 
lived until his death. He married 1-19-1815, Elizabeth Chase 
of Deering, N. H. 

Issue, born in Sandwich, and Weare, N.H.,and Lynn, Mass.: 

218 Lydia, b. 12-23-1815; d. 7-4-1852; 

m. 5-20-1838, N. A. Mudge. 

219 Henchman Hains, b. 11-19-1817; d. 

220 Caroline Dame, b. 7-7-1828; d. 

m. 1-20-1846, John Jepson. 

93. Ebenezer was a farmer and married 10-23- 1825, Mary 
Watson, b. 1-7-1805; d. 5-22-1874. 

Issue, born at Limerick, Me.: 

221 Daniel, b. 4-12-1828; d. 10-11-1909. 



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Frye Genealogy 



222 Mary Jane, b, 3-6-1830; d. 

m. 10-7-1851, Albert Weeks. 

223 Charles, b. 5-3-1833; d. 7-25-1907. 

224 Joseph, b. 6-13-1837; d. 9-9-1914. 



98. James married , Elizabeth Bonnegh of Lebanon, 

N. H., and had six sons and four daughters, but have not been 
able to find good authority for names and dates, just leave the 
place for them to be filled in later. 

Issue, born in : 

d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 



225 


b. 


226 


b. 


227 , 


b. 


228 


b. 


229 


b. 


230 


b. 


231 


b. 


232 


b. 


233 


, b. 


234 


b. 



116. James Clapp married early in 1820 Mercy A. Cooper, b. 
8-27-1805; d. 2-19-1841. 

Issue, born in North Haven, Me.: 



235 Delia, 

m. 

236 Julia, 

m. 

237 Harriet, 

m. 

238 Lucy, 

m. 8-7-1 



b. 12-7-1820; d. 

-1841, Capt. Joshua Thomas, 
b. 4.2.1822; d. 

, Henry Alexander, 
b. 3-14-1824; d. 

, Benj. Alexander, 
b. 12-11-1825; d. 

842, David Ames. 



239 William, b. 7-9-1827; 

240 James, b. 3-II-1829; 

241 Thomas, b. 1-24-1831; 

242 Erastus S., b. 11-9-1832; 

243 Enos Cooper, b. 10-15-1834; 

244 Albion Hall, b. 5-1-1836; 



d. 






-1903. 


d. 








d. 


9- 


13- 


1850, unm 


d. 








d. 








d. 


I 


-25. 


1863. 



Adrian of Kittery 27 

245 Alfred, b. 6-19-1837; d. 1-12-1838, unm. 

246 Alfred, b. 3-2-1839; d. 3-3-1902. 

247 Geo. Wallace, b. 3-7-1840; d. -1866. 

118. William married , Betsey Ames. 

Issue, born in Searsport, Me.: 

248 Susan, b. ; d. 

m. , Geo. Breeding. 

249 Amanda, b. ; d. 

m. , Wm. H. Post. 

250 Joseph E., b. ; d. 

251 Ruth D., b. ; d. 

m. , Geo. Post. 

252 Ebenezer A., b. 2-26-1838; d. 7-3-1863. 

122. Dr. Thomas Johnson Nutter graduated at Colby College, 
he studied medicine with Dr. Potter of Waterville, Me., and 
graduated at the New York Medical Univ. He practiced for 
three years in the Cherokee Nation, Ark. In 1847 he moved 
to Rockland, Me., where he remained until his death and was a 
prominent physician. He married 3-4-1851, Susan Mclntyre 
Arey of Westport, Me., and a connection of one of the de- 
scendants of the John of Andover line. She was b. ; 
d. 7-29-1896. 

Issue, b. in Rockland, Me.: 

253 Charles R., b. 11-7-1852; d. 6-10-1909. 

254 Samuel F., b. 12-13-1858; d. 9-17-1859, unm. 

255 Annie Frances, b. 10-27-1861; d. 

125. James Pierpont, married 5-13-1822, Abigail, dau. of 
Elijah and Annie (Brooks) Varney, b. 5-17-1802; d. 

Issue, born in Eliot, Me.: 

256 Martha Ann, b. 3-27-1823; d. 

m. , Wm. Sargent. 

257 Amritta T., b. 7-27-1825; d. 

m. , John Leighton. 

258 Asabel Wm., b. 10-10-1828; d. 



28 Frye Genealogy 

259 Horatio B., b. 2-28-1830; d. 

260 Alphonso G., b. 5-18-1833; d. 

261 Leonidas B., b. 3-25-1837; d. 

262 John R., b. 7-27- 1840; d. 

263 Georgianna, b. 9-24-1844; d. y., unm. 



SIXTH GENERATION 

139. William married (i) , Fanny Fuller; m. (2) 

11-16-1837, Sarah Ray of Stow, Mass., b. ; d. 3-12- 

1864. 

Issue, born in Bolton and Berlin, Mass.: 

264 Adaline Belvin, b. 5-19-1827; d. 1I-20-1855. 

265 William Henry, b. 4-19-1829; d. 

m. , Mary E. Goddard; no issue. 

266 George F., b. 9-25-1831; d -1870. 

267 Sampson W., b. 5-19-1833; d. 

268 Fanny, b. 9-28-1838; d. 

m. (i) , Timothy N. Easman; m. (2) 

, Brigham Rowe. 
69 David A., b. 3-23-1840; d. , unm. 

270 Abraham, b. 11-6-1841; d. , unm. 

271 Sarah, b. 7-9-1843; d. -1843, unm. 

146. Homer was in the shoe business in Lynn, Mass., and was 
of a jovial disposition, witty, always saw the bright side of life. 
He was a life member of the Society of Friends. He married 
10-I2-1832, Patience, dau. of Jonathan and Anna Boyce. 
Issue, born in Lynn, Mass.: 

272 James Boyce, b. 8-10-1833; d. 3-4-1914. 

273 Eliza Maria, b. 5-19-1835; d. 3-9-1836, unm. 

274 Eliza Maria, b. 3-10-1837; d. 

m. 10-10-1858, Walter B. Allen. 

275 Edward Earle, b. 10-22-1839; d. 

276 Charles Coffin, b. 5-31-1842; d. 3-21-1901, unm. 

155. Lewis Thompson was a shoe manufacturer and once a 
member of the Mass. House of Rep. He married 12-20-1838, 
Lovinia S. Foster, b. ; d. 









'^9N$ 





'V"^'^BH 





0-, 



Q 
>- 




Adrian of Kittery 



29 



Issue, born in Marlboro, Mass.: 

277 John Addison, b. 11-27-1839; 

278 Charles Lewis, b. 4-4-1842; 

279 Lucy b., b. 12-1-1844; 

280 Mary L., b. 4-18- 1848; 

278 Charles Lewis, b. 4-4-1842; 

279 Lucy B., b. 12-1-1844; 

280 Mary L., b, 4-18-1848; 



d. 8-28-1911. 

d. 11-24-1919. 

d. 

d. 8-18-1848, unm. 

d. 11-24-1919. 

d. 

d. 8-18-1848, unm. 



285 


, b. 


286 


. b. 


287 


, b. 



166. William was a farmer and married 11-3-1815, Eunice 
Ramsdell. 

Issue, born in China, Me.: 

281 Charles Ramsdell, b. 10-9-1816; d. , 1835, unm. 

282 George Ramsdell, b. 12-7-1818; d. 

283 William Henry, b. 8-13-1821; d. , 1845, unm. 

284 Joshua, b. 12-17-1823; d. 

d. 
d. 
d. 

167. Thomas was a farmer and so successful that he retired 
early in life and became a literary man. He married , 
Lydia, dau. of William and Anna (Hacker) Purinton, b. 4-9- 
1795; d. 10-19-1881. 

Issue, born in Vassalboro, Me.: 

288 William Alfred, b. 5-25-1827; d. 11-12-1908; 

m. (i) 11-16-1853, Amanda A. Martin; m. (2) 
5-4-1871, Clara A. Copeland Leonard. No issue. 

289 Ellen Maria, b. 1-7-1829; d. 

m. 4-22-1857, Abraham Thomas Barker. 

169 Ebenezer was a farmer and married (i) Lydia Austin 



b. ; d. 7-4-1827; married (2) 

Purinton, b. 7-19-1797; d. 2-6-1861. 

Issue, born in Vassalboro, Me.: 

290 Edward C, b. 2-12-1824; 

291 Almira A., b. 7-24-1825; 

292 Edward A.; b. 3-11-1827; 



, Lavinia 



d. 7-18-1826, unm. 
d. 7-19-1826, unm. 
d. 3-17-1865. 



30 Frye Genealogy 

172. John was a farmer and lived on the old homestead. He 
married Sarah Foster of Vassalboro, Me. 

Issue, born in Vassalboro, Me.: 

293 John Foster, b. 3-9-1845; d. 5-15-1914; 

m. 9- -1868, Sarah Whitcomb, dau. of Dr. Benj. 
N. and Dr. Lucy Harris. No issue. 

173. IsiAH was a successful farmer and married 10-31-1833, 
Mary Goddard of Sidney, Me. 

Issue, born in Vassalboro, Me.: 

294 Lusana C, b. 12-14-1834; d. 7-11-1913; 

m. 10-25-1860, Chas. C. Winslow. 

295 John Albert, b. 8-20-1837; d. 2-29-1916. 

296 Chas. H. Goddard, b. 10-21-1846; d. 

174. Stephen married , Mary, dau. of Thos. Carl- 
ton of Vassalboro. 

Issue, born in Waterville, Me.: 

297 Mary Elizabeth, b. , 1840; d. y., unm. 

298 Maria, b. ; d. y., unm. 

299 George C, b. 3-12-1843; d. 

m. 6-1 5-1880, Eunice Nichols. No issue. 

178. Ebenezer married (i) 7-21-1818, Betsy Hanscom; m. (2) 
2-8-1829, Elizabeth Tucker. 

Issue, born in : 

; d. 

1845, Hannah Deering. 

; d. 

, Oliver Dennett. 

179. Tobias married , 1829, Mary Jane Fry (201). 
Issue, b. in Eliot, Me.: 

302 Edmund A., b. , 1829; d. 

303 Ira H., b. ; d. 

304 Sylvester, b. 12-3-1831; d. 2-19-1895. 

305 Ebin, b. ; d. 

m. , Carrie E. Hartford. No issue. 



300 William, 


b. 


m. 




301 Betsy, 


b. 


m. 





Adrian 


OF KiTTERV 




306 Fanny, b. 

m. 

307 George E., b. 


; d. 

, Sylvester Lawry. 
: d. 


> 1903 


183. IsiAH married 


, Phebe Hussey. 




Issue, born in Berwick, Me. 


: 




308 Sarah E. H., b. 




; d. 




309 , b. 

310 , b. 

311 John J., b. 

312 , b. 

186. Richard was a farmer a 


nd married 


d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 

Ev. 


?n«! 



31 



Issue, born in Sandwich, N. H.: 

313 John, b. ; d. 

314 Ivory, b. ; d. 

315 Louise, b. ; d. 

m. (l) , Isiah Johnson; m. (2) 

Thos. Eastman. 

316 Lizzie, b. ; d. 

m. 1-22-1886, Wesley O. Farrar. 

189. Benjamin was a farmer and married 10-3-1837, Rhoda M., 
dau. of Moses and Sally (Tappen) Hoyt, b. 2-1-1816; d. 10-12- 
1893. 

Issue, born in Sandwich, N. H.: 

317 Sarah E., b. 8-9-1839; 

318 Joseph F., b. 4-9-1841; 

319 George H., b. 5-3-1843; 

320 Charles E., b. 10-6-1846; 

321 Eliza E., b. 4-30-1849; 

m. , Fred Marston, 

322 George H., b. 1. 15-1852; d. 



d. 10-11-1903. 

d. 

d. 8-30-1849, unm. 

d. 

d. 



192. Nathaniel was a farmer and married (i) 1-12-1853, Eliza 
A. Tappan; married (2) 11-30-1882, Mariah J. Hoag. 

Issue, born in Sandwich, N. H.: 



32 Frye Genealogy 

323 George W., b. 11-11-1853; d. 5-24-1914; 

m. (i) , Emma Swan; m. (2) 

, Emma J. Coburn. No issue. 

324 Lydia F., b. 5-24-1855; d. y., unm. 

325 Orrin C, b. 6-22-1857; d. 

326 Frederick, b. 9-17-1858; d. 2-27-1860, unm. 

327 Frederick, b. 3-1-1860; d. 1-14-1884, unm. 

328 Eliza E., b. 12-3-1861; d. 

m. 10-31-1878, Seneca M. Barnard. 

329 Nathaniel F., b. 10-7-1863; d. 

330 Harriet F., b. 1-23-1866; d. 10- -1891. 

331 Mary H., b. 12-7-1867; d. 

m. , Melvin A.. Fogg. 

194. Oliver married (i) 9-10-1837, Ann Somerby; m. (2) 
Nancy Somerby. 
Issue, born in Portsmouth, N. H.: 

332 Charles Thomas, b. 11-8-1838; d. 9-11-1840, unm. 

333 Caroline Augusta, b. 1-13-1840; d. , unm. 

334 MaryAbby, b. 11-25-1844; d. 

204. Joshua Huntress married , 1862, Mary E. Brooks. 

Issue, born in : 

335 Carrie Luella, b. 6-3-1863; d. 

336 Edgar Clinton, b. 12-25-1865; d. 

337 Marietta, b. 1-14-1871; d. 

338 Emma A., b. 9-6-1873; d. 

206. married , Mehitable Wilkerson, 



ssue, born in Eliot, 


Me.: 


) ITX^^ili tCll^lX^ VTl 


339 


b. 


; d. 


340 


b. 


; d. 


341 Maggie, 


b. 


; d. 


342 Addie, 


b. 


; d. 


m. 




, L. H. Plaisted, 


343 


b. 


; d. 


344 Annie, 


b. 


; d. 


345 


b. 


; d. 


346 Sarah J., 


b. 


; d. 



1898; 



Adrian of Kittery 



33 



210. Daniel married 11-17-1834, Judith Page of Ware; N. H. 
b. 10-17-1808; d. 1-17-1895. They lived in Sandwich until 
about 1854, moving then with their children to Muscatine, Iowa. 

Issue, born at Sandwich, N. H.: 

347 John, b. 7-31-1838; d. 

348 Pliny, b. 7-8-1842; d. 

m. 8-31-1870, Mary Deane. No issue. 



215. Benjamin married (i) 10-25-1837, Phebe, dau. of John and 
Hannah Grossman, b. 10-17-1816; d. 4-6-1846; married (2) 

, Sarah, dau. of Nicholas and Mary (Field) Varney of 
Durham, Me., b. 6-13-1813; d. 



Issue, born in China, Me.: 

349 Lydia Ann, b. 1-7-1841; d. 

350 Daniel, b. 7-23-1846; d. 

351 Charles, b. 7-18-1850; d. 



, 1879, unm. 



221. Daniel married 12-6-1860, Margaret 

Issue, born in Stillwater, Minn.: 

352 Mary, b. ; d. 

353 Charles E., b. ; d. 

354 Elizabeth, b. ; d. 

355 Grace, b. ; d. 

356 Allie, b. ; d. 

357 Nellie, b. ; d. 



224. Joseph was a farmer and married 7-2-1861, Ellen Dear- 
born, b. 4-12-1842; d. 



Issue, born in Limerick, Me.: 

358 Lewis J., b. 7-5-1862; 

359 Nellie E., 

m. 

360 Lydia, 

361 Mary E., 

362 Addie B., 

m. 



b. 8-11-1863; d. 3-11-1894; 

, Daniel S. Berry, 
b. 6-28-1865; d. 1-20-1871, unm. 

b. 4-16-1867; d. 1-3-1871, unm. 

b. I-12-1869; d. 

, 1894, Edmund Andrews. 



34 



Frye Genealogy 



363 Edgar B., b. 10-16-1873; d. 

364 Lillian M., b. 5-28-1875; d. 

m. 9-4-1899, F. W. Towne. 



239. William was a sea captain and married (i) 
Betsy Wheeler, b. ; d. ; m. (2) 

, Mary Ann Thurston. 

Issue, born in Beverly, Mass.: 

365 William, b. ; d. 

366 George, b. ; d. 

367 Albion, b, ; d. 

368 Anna, b. ; d. 



240. James married (i) 

; d. 2-2-1861; m. (2) 

Issue, born in 

369 Ada Augusta, b. 

370 Frederick, b. 

371 Edmund, b. 

372 Clara, b. 



, Harriet Cooper, b. 
, Rose Small. 



d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 



242. Capt. Erastus Stephenson, a descendant of Edward 
Doty of the Mayflower, married 3-19-1854, Jane Wing of Nova 
Scotia, b. 10-26-1834; d. 4-2-1912; and was a descendant of Wm. 
Brewster and Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower. 

Issue, born in North Haven, Me.: 

373 Thos. Wilmot, b. 3-15-1855; d. 

374 Helen Frances, b. 10-2-1857; d. 

m. , Walter C. Bradstreet. 

375 Alexis Everett, b. 11-2-1859; d. 

376 Alfred Irvin, b. 8-13-1862; d. 

377 Charles Weston, b. 6-23-1865; d. 5-16-1866, unm. 

243. Capt. Enos Cooper went to sea at the age of ten, work- 
ing up to captain on a fishing vessel. He went to California by 
vessel in 1869 and since that time has been engaged in boat 
building. He married 11-3-1853, Edna Stanley Cooper. 



Adrian of Kittery 35 

Issue, born in New Haven, Me., West Gloucester and Bever- 
ly, Mass.: 

378 Judson, b. 10-21-1855; d. 4-24-1867, unm. 

379 Mercy, b. 7-18-1857; d. 

m. 12-13-1885, S. J. Thorndike. 

380 Julia, b. 9-18-1859; d. 11-30-1859, unm. 

381 Lizzie, b. 11-3-1860; d. 

m. 8-20-1887, A. F. Woodbury. 

382 Rose, b. 3-6-1863; d. 

m. 11-26-1879, Edwin Pert. 

383 Abigail, b. 4-10-1865; d. 10-20-1867, unm. 

384 Lilla, b. 3-I-1867; d. 

m. 10-29-1888, H. H. Houston. 

385 Charles E., b. 8-1-1870; d. 

386 Herbert, b. 1-26- 1873; d. 

387 Hermon, b. 1-26-1873; d. 

388 Chester, b, 4-21-1875; d. 

246. Alfred married Franccna Pettee and died in San Fran- 
cisco, when returning from the Philippines. 

Issue, born in : 

389 Julia, b. ; d. 

390 Alice, b. ; d. 

247. George Wallace married , Adelia Spear of 
Rockland, Me. He was lost at sea. 

Issue, born in : 

391 Fred Ernest, b. ; d. 

392 George, b. ; d. 

250. Joseph F., married , 1856, Lydia Leistnee. 

Issue, born in : 

393 Georgia, b. ; d. 

m. , Horace Allen. 

253. Charles Robie married 7-5-1882, Rose Addie Staples. 
Issue, born in 



36 Frye Genealogy 

394 Thos. Maynard, b. 8-10-1883; d. 4- -1905, unm. 

395 Charles Robie, b. 7-1-1887; d. 

396 Florence Mabel, b. 12-20-1888; d. 2-18-1907. 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

266. George F. was a shoemaker and married , 

Zilpah A., dau. of Ephriam Goddard, b. ; d. 5-12- 

1867. 

Issue, born in Berlin, Mass.: 

397 Nellie G., b. ,1853; d. 11-11-1870, unm. 

398 Chester J., b. 3-21-1855; d. , 1894. 

399 Charles A., b. 2-1 5-1857; d. , 1877, unm. 

400 George E., b. 12-8-1859; d. 

401 Leslie M., b. , 1862; d. 

272. James Boyce was a shoe manufacturer and married 12-19- 
1859, Sarah E. Russ. 

Issue, born in Lynn, Mass.: 

402 Nellie B.. b. 3-26-1861; d. M-22-1887; 

m. 2-11-1883, Wm. Ballard. 

403 Jessie Russ, b. 9-25-1868; d. 

m. 6-4-1889, Howard Mac D. Allen. 

275. Edward Earle married 
Issue, born in : 

404 Edward Homer, b. 3-19-1S70; d. 

405 John L., b. I-IO-1872; d. 

406 Grace T., b. 3-16-1874; d. 

m. 10-3-1906, J. T. Smith. 

407 James B., b. 11-26-1876; d. 

408 Catherine E., b. 11-19-1879; d. 

409 Charles C, b. 3-31-1888; d. 

276. Gen. Charles Coffin from early manhood until 1876 was 
connected with the shoe business in Lynn, Mass. In 1880 he 
was made treasurer of the Lynn Gas and Electric Co. He held 



Adrian of Kittery 37 

many city offices, city auditor, city marshal!, President of the 
Common Council for two years, and was President of the Board 
ot Alderman when he died. He joined the militia in i86i and 
served until mustered out in 1863. He again joined in 1864 
and served with much distinction in several ranks until 7-30- 
1897, when, at his own request, he was retired with the rank of 
Brig. Gen. He was also a very prominent Mason and a mem- 
ber of various other societies. He never married. 

277. John Addison married 9-26-1861, Elvira F. Russell, b. 4- 
1-1839; ci- 

Issue, born in Marlboro, Mass.: 

410 Walter Preston, b. 2-7-1862; d. 

411 Carrie Lovina, b. 9-10-1864; d. 2-23-1917; 

m. 6-15-1892, Herbert Hazelton. 

412 Bertha R., b. 11-9-1865; d. 8-4-1866, unm. 

413 Lillian H., b. 5-31-1869: d. 10-19-1869, unm, 

414 Delia Martha, b. 8-28-1876; d. 

m. 10-9-1907, John W. Morse. 

278. Charles Lewis was a shoe manufacturer in Marlboro and 
then in Lynn, Mass. He married 4-3-1861, Lucinda Ellen Howe, 
b. 3-10-1840; d. 3-14-1913. 

Issue, born in Marlboro, Mass.: 

415 Lewis Thompson, b. 10-15-1861; d. 

m. 11-24-1886, Florence E. Haskell. No issue. 

416 Laura May, b. 8-13-1863; d. 

417 Winthrop Howe, b. 7-9-1864; d. 9-4-1864, unm. 

418 Arthur Willis, b. 9-16-1865; d. 

419 Eugene, b. 1-18-1868; d. 4-3-1868, unm. 

420 Charles Hervey, b. 1-23-1869; d. 

421 Etta Gertrude, b. 6-19-1871; d. 9-10-1872, unm. 

422 Roy Hunting, b. 11-13-1873; d. 

423 Benjamin, b. 3-24-1875; d. 8-20-1875, unm. 

424 Ernest Clifton, b. 10-23-1876; d. 11-2-1885, unm. 

282. George Ramsdell married , Elizabeth Sear- 

wood. 



38 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in : 

425 son, b. ; d. y. 

426 son, b. ; d. y. 

292. Edward A. was a leather dealer in Boston and married 
11-30-1853, Esther Jones, dau. of Moses and Gertrude (Frye) 
Whittier of Dover, N. H., b. 2-22-1829; d. . She 

was a first cousin of the poet John Greenleaf Whittier. 

Issue, born in Boston, Mass.: 

427 Elizabeth, b. 11-7-1854; d. 7-27-1869, unm. 

428 Lydia Almira, b. 10-6-1856; d. 4-29-1858, unm. 

429 Edward Whittier, b. 12-2-1860; d. 

430 Ebenezer S., b. IO-16-1862; d. 

295. John Albert was a farmer and in the latter part of his 
life did some evangelistic work. His daughter Mary is a 
successful teacher and his daughter Gertrude is a prominent 
field worker for the Maine Children's Home Society. He 
married 11-26-1862, Anna W. Allen of Vassalboro, b. 12-25-1843; 
d. 11-27-1890. 

Issue, born in Vassalboro, Me : 

431 son, b. ; d. y., unm. 

432 Gertrude E., b. 4-15-1873; d. 

433 Mary Elma, b. 12-24-1876: d. 

434 Elizabeth Allen, b. 12-6-1880; d. 

296. Charles Henry Goddard married , Clara 
Schraf. 

Issue, born in : 

435 Eugene, b. 4-8-1869; d. 10-9-1913. 

436 Cora M.. b. 6-29-1 871; d. 

437 Luella, b. 1-21-1874; d. 

m. , 1899, Albert Kirchner. 

302. Edmund Augustus married 10-18-1853, Susan Elizabeth 
Morse of Sandwich, N. H., b. , 1837; d. 



Adrian of Kittery 



39 



Issue, born in Berwick, Me.: 

438 Daniel Morse, b. 11-6-1854; 

439 Emma Frances, b. 5-8-1860; 

440 John Ellsworth, b. 

303. Ira H. married 

Issue, born in Dover, N. H.: 

441 Sadie, b. 

442 Nellie, b. 

443 George, b. 



d. 

d. 

d. y., unm. 



, Sarah Elizabeth Wake- 



304. Sylvester married 

field, b. , 1837; d. 4-27-1896. 

Issue, born in Kittery, Me., and Portsmouth, N. H.; 

444 Cora E., b. 12-18-1856; d. 

m. , Frisbie. 

445 Ida v., b. 11-5-1859; d. 10-3- 

m. , Woodsum. 

446 Elizabeth A., b. 5-22-1862; d. 



m. 

447 Elmer H., 

448 Ivory, 

449 Percy B., 

450 Susie P., 

m. 

451 Carrie M., 

m. 



, Cate. 
b. 5-23-1865: 
b. 4-25-1873; 
b. 4-1-1874; 
b. 4-1-1874; 



d. 

d. 
d. 
d. 

, Tibbetts. 

b. 10-6-1876; d. 



, Harry E. Foote. 

452 Florida L., b. 4-9-1878; d. 

m. , Louden. 

307. George E., married , Laura Spinney of Eliot 

and lived on the old homestead until his death. 
Issue, born in Eliot, Me.: 

453 Lottie, b. ; d. 

454 Laura, b. ; d. 



313. John married 
Issue, born in 

455 William S., b. 



; d. 



40 Frye Genealogy 

318. Joseph F., has been a pattern maker and was connected 
with the Laconia Car Co. for over fifty years. He married lO- 
21-1874, Edna V. Elsworth. 

Issue, born in Laconia, N. H.: 

456 Lulu B., b. 10-28-1878; d. 

320. Charles E. has been a foreman and connected with the 
Laconia Car Co. for nearly fifty years. He married 10-5-1870, 
Mary O. Vittum. 

Issue, born in Laconia, N. H.: 

457 Charles W., b. 6-5-1871; d. 

458 Ralph B., b. 4-23-1875; d. 

459 Melvin M., b. 4-6-1877; d. 

m. 6-17-1903, Jessie W. McGloughlin. No issue. 

322. George H. married 9-9-1882, Alethia M. Beede. 

Issue, born in : 

460 Charlotte, b. ; d. y., unm. 

461 Ernest B., b. ; d. 

325. Orrin C. married (i) 11-10-1886, Ella G. Wood, b. 

; d. 8-28-1891; married (2) 10-25-1892, Nellie A. Wood. 

Issue, born in Lowell, Mass.: 

461 Lyman Wood, b. 11-23-1888 d. y. unm. 

463 Bernice M., b. 8-14-1891; d. 

m. 3-10-1913, D. J. Peaslee. 

464 Lena D., b. 2-4-1895; d. 

465 Burton Tappan, b. 4-2-1900; d. 6-5- 1909, unm. 

466 Richard Alden, b. 8-3-1905; d. 

329. Nathaniel F. married , Olive L. Skinner. 

Issue, born in Fossil, Ore., and Meredith, N. H.: 

467 Maurice A., b. 2-11-1892; d. 

468 Blanche M., b. 5-13-1895; d. 

347. John and his brother Pliny have been valuable ministers 
in the Society of Friends for many years. They moved West 



Adrian of Kittery 41 

with their parents about 1854 to Muscatine, Iowa, and now 
reside in Colorado Springs, Colo. John married 10-16-1861, 
Abigail Johnson. 

Issue, born in : 

469 Edwin J., b. 6-22-1864; d. 9-2-1864, unm. 

470 Elwin D., b. 6-22-1864; d. 9-20-1864, unm. 

358. Lewis J. moved at an early age to Mass. and became a 
carpenter. In 1899 he moved back to Limerick and bought a 
small part of the old homestead. He has been a Selectman 
and is now in the poultry business. He married 6-2-1886, 
Annie B. Eraser. 

Issue, born in Jamaica Plains, Mass.: 

471 E. Maud, b. 7-15-1887; d. 

373. Thomas Wilmot married 1-5-1881, Elizabeth Neiter. 
Issue, b. in Hyde Park, Mass.: 

472 Gertrude Helen, b. 12-5-1881; d. 

m. , Edward J. Ackerman. 

473 Hariet Estelle, b. 2-14-1883; d. 7-13-1883, unm. 

474 Ella Estelle, b. 6-18-1884; d. 9-15-1905, unm. 

375. Alexis Everitt graduated Normal School of Chicago in 
1S85, L.L.B. at Harvard 1890, A.M. in 1897. Taught in Chicago 
Normal School, 1883-6, also lectured; was admitted to the 
Mass. Bar in 1890. Superintendent of Schools in San Bernardo, 
Cal., 1891-2, has traveled much in foreign countries. Was 
Superintendent of Schools in Cuba, 1899-1901. Is well known 
for the many geographies he has written that are used in all 
schools. He married 1-1-1901, Maria T., dau. of Francisco and 
Carmen (Perez) Arruebarrena of Havana, Cuba, b. I-27-1878; 
d. 

Issue, born in Cambridge, Mass., and Highlands and Red- 
lands, Cal.: 

475 Pearl Eliot, b. IO-I3-1901; d. 1.27-I903, unm. 

476 Frank Brewster, b. 9-10-1904; d. 

477 Charles, b. 3-9-1907; d. 3-12-1907, unm. 



42 Frye Genealogy 

478 Carmen, b. 12-3-1910; d. 

479 Pearl, b. 6-17-1917; d. 

376. Alfred Irwin married , 1891, Myrtis C. Brun- 

dage. 

Issue, born in San Francisco, Cal., and Portland, Ore.: 

480 Ariel, b. , 1894; d. -1898. 

481 Alice, b. 8-18-1899; d. 

482 Albert Myrton, b. 8-10-1902; d. 

385. Charles Everett married 12-18-1889, Annie L. Finley. 
Issue, born in Beverly, Mass.: 

483 Everett Thorndike, b. 4-28-1890; d. 12-25-1904, unm. 

388. Chester married 9-I-1897, Elizabeth McMillin. 
Issue, born in Beverly, Mass.: 

484 Mary Edna, b. I-15-1899; d. 

485 Marion Elizabeth, b. 1-12-1903; d. 7-24-1903, unm. 

486 Walter Augustus, b. 8-4-1905; d. 

487 Robert Stanley, b. 9-9-1908; d. 8-29-1911, unm. 

488 Dorothy Elizabeth, b. 8-31-1912; d. 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

404. Edward Homer married 9-3-1900, Emma Rogers. 
Issue, born in : 

489 Virginia R., b. 8-8- 1906; d. 

407. James B., married (i) Angeo ; married (2) 

Lucy 

Issue, born in : 

490 Charles Boyce, b. 3-23-1918; d. 10-25-1918, unm. 

410. Walter Preston married 3-31-1885, Adeline Holyoke, 
b. 6-25-1862; d. 



Adrian of Kittery 43 

Issue, born in Marlboro, Mass.: 

491 John Freeman, b. 4-6-1886; d. 

492 Robert Preston, b. 8-16-1887; d. 

493 Russell Bryham, b. 6-6-1889; d. 

418. Arthur Willis is a Superintendent of a shoe factory and 
married 7-19-1888, Mary A. McLaren of London, Eng., b. lO- 
21-1868; d. 

Issue, born in Marlboro, Mass.: 

494 Marvel Lucinda, b. 11-23-1889; d. 

m. 11-15-1911, B. D. Childress. 

495 Charles Lewis, b. 1-27-1891; d. 

420. Charles Hervey married 2-25-1889, Nellie J. Dodge, 
b. 1-25-1869; d. 

Issue, born in Marlboro, Mass.: 

496 Bcrnice, b. 11-23-1899; d. 

497 Beatrice, b. 1-I-1891; d. 

422. Roy Hunting is Superintendent of a shoe factory and 
married 9-6-1905, Eva Johnson Hunt, b. 12-24-1881; d. 

Issue, born in Lynn, Mass., and Brookfield, Mo.: 

498 Virginia, b. 7-22-1907; d. 

499 Laura, b. 3.28-1909; d. 

435. Eugene married 3-15-1899, Caroline Bruhns. 
Issue, born in Chicago, 111.: 

500 Esther, b. 11-9-1901; d. 

438. Daniel Morse is Supreme Secretary of the Supreme 
Lodge, New England Order of Protection in Boston, Mass, He 
married 11-30-1882, Addie Florence, dau. of Porter and Ann M. 
Hobbs of Springville, Me. 

Issue, born in : 

501 Susie Maria, b. 1-18-1885; d. 

m. 8-4-1904, Oscar E. Cheney. 



44 Frye Genealogy 

457. Charles W. is an engineer on the B. & M. R. R. and 
married 4-4-1905, Gertrude Folsom. 

Issue, born in : 

502 , b. ; d. y. 

503 , b. ; d. y. 

458. Ralph B. is a carpenter and married 4-20-1898, Nellie 
Johnson. 

Issue, born in : 

504 Edwin C, b. 8-I-1902; d. 



JOHN OF ANDOVER 



This line wrote the name FRIE until 1745, when Col. James (86), 
as chairman of a meeting of the town property signed the 
records FRYE. 



JOHN OF ANDOVER 



John ffrie was said to have been born in Basing, England, in 
April, 1601, although there is no record of any ffrie family 
being known there. All ancient records were burned in the 
destruction of the town in 1645 by Cromwell. 

John ffrie, with wife Ann and three children sailed from 
Southampton, England, in May, 1638. The ship Bevis, with 
Robert Batten, Master, arrived at Boston in August, 1638. 

John was a wheelwright, and settled first in Newbury, Mass., 
then moved to Andover, Mass., where his name appears on the 
town records as the 8th in the list of first settlers before 1644. 
He was a Freeholder in 1645 ^"d one of the ten male members 
of the First Church of Andover, organized 10-24.1645. He 
killed wolves in Andover in 1656 and received £$ a head from 
the Colonial government bounty. Was Selectman in 1670. 

After his wife died, 10-22-1680, he was supposed to live with 
his son Deacon John. He died there 11-9-1695, and was buried 
in Andover graveyard. 

Issue, born, 2, 3, 4, in England, the rest in Andover, Mass.: 

2 John, b. , 1633; d. 9-17-1696. No is- 

sue. 

3 Benjamin, b. , 1635; d. 2-11-1695. 

4 Elizabeth, b. , 1637; d. , abt. 1678-81; 

m. 10-4-1660, Robt. Stiles. 

5 Sarah, b. , 1642; d. 3-5-1662, unm. 

6 Samuel, b. , 1649; ^- 5-9-1725- 

7 James, b. 1-5-1652; d. 9-28-1734. 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. Deacon John was Selectman 1671-2. Town Proprietor in 
i68i. Deacon of the First Church in 1686. Representative to 
General Court in 1692. He married 10-4-1660, Eunice Potter 
of Concord, Mass. She was tried for witchcraft in 1692, the 
charge dismissed in 1693. They both died in Andover, Mass. 



48 Frye Genealogy 

3. Benjamin was a farmer on the farm still owned by his de- 
scendants in N. Andover, Mass. Was Town Proprietor previous 
to i68i. He married 5-23-1678, Mary Parker, who died 3-17- 
1725. 
Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

8 Mary, b. 2-28-1679; d. 1-4-1696, unm. 

-f 9 John, b. 8.3-1682; d. 2.2-1753. 

-■:.-, 10 Esther, b. 7-5-1683; d. 9-29-1757. 

m. 7-21-1715, Josiah Ingalls. 

11 Joseph, b. 2-II-1684; d. II-12-1706, unm. 

12 Hepsebah, b. 11-2-1686; d. 7-2-1752; 

m. 10-29-1734, John A. Abbott. 

13 Nathaniel, b. 4.1.1691; d. 6.6. 1 77.7. No issue. 

14 Mehitable, b. 7.22.1693; d. 11.3O-1694, unm. 

15 Anne, b. , abt. 1695; d. 6-27.1696, unm. 

6. Ensign Samuel was Corporal in 1692. Ensign in 1697. 
Lieutenant in 1698. Captain in 1708. Selectman, 1692, 1702-3. 
Town Proprietor before 1681. Was a farmer. He married il- 
20-1671, Mary, dau. of Lt. John and Mary Aslebee or Aslett, 
b. 4-24.1645; d. 8-12. 1747. Their place of burial is unknown. 

Issue, b. in Andover, Mass.: 

16 John, b. 9-16-1672; d. 4-7-1737. 

17 Samuel, b. 5-I-1675; d. 8-20-1689, unm. 

18 Mary, b. 2-22-1677; d. 6-7.1779; 

m. 12-22-1696, Joseph Stephens. 

19 Phebe, b. 5-28-1680; d. 5-14-1757; 

m. 12-15-1696, Samuel Peters. 

20 Hannah, b. 4-12-1682; d. 8-I-1727; 

m. 6-4-1701, John Chandler. 

21 Ebenezer, b. 2-i6-i685r d. 5-16-1725. 

22 Nathan, b. 6-15-1688; d. 3-19-1758. 

23 Deborah, b. 2-26-1691; d. 4-14-1761; 

m. 3-10-1720, Robt. Andrews. 

24 Samuel, b. 4.26-1694; d. 10-17-1761. 

25 Benjamin, b. 10-8-1698; d. 12- -1755. 

7. Capt. James was in King Philip's War, Quartermaster in 
1675-6, in Capt. Gardner's and Capt. Hartshone's Co. Was in 



John of Andover 49 

the "Great Swamp Fight," 12-19-1675. Was Captain in 1702. 
Selectman in 1689. Town Proprietor before 1681. Repre- 
sentative to General Court, 1702, 1723. He was a farmer and 
was admitted to the First Church in 1686. He married 1-20- 
1679, Lydia, dau. of Capt. John and Mary (Clements) Osgood, 
b. 8-i2-i66t; d. 4-14-1741. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

26 Lydia, b. 2-10-1680; d. 4-15.1744; 

m. , 1700, Joseph Parker. 

27 James, b. 12-23-1682; d. 2-3-1716. 

28 Sarah, b. 2-27-1684; d. 10-19-1772; 

m. 3-22-1705, William Lovejoy. 

29 Anne, b. , 1686; d. 9-7-1703, unm. 

30 Joseph, b. 11-II-1687; d. 4-18-1688, unm. 

31 Timothy, b. 2-17-1689; d. 8-27-1690, unm. 

32 Timothy, b. 12-11-1690; d. 8-27-1693, unm. 

33 Phebe, b. 3-29- 1693; d. 

m. I-29-1713, Asa Swan. 

34 Dorothy, b. , 1695; d. <,.j.iji^i; 

m. 3-18-1713, Capt. James Stevens. 

35 Mary, b. ,1697; d. bef. 1733; 

m. , Best or Bass. 

36 Jonathan, b. abt. 1705; d. 5-8-1725, unm. 

THIRD GENERATION 

9. "Great" John, so called from his large size. He weighed 
310 lbs. when he died and his arm chair would hold two ordin- 
ary men with ease. Was a farmer and was buried in the old 
cemetery in N. Andover where the grave, unmarked by a head- 
stone, was known for years by its great size. He married 5-15- 
1712, Ruth Wheeler, b. , 1647; d. 4-24-1754. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

37 Timothy, b. 5-3-1714; d. abt. 1774. 

38 Joseph, b. 12-18-1715; d. 12-16-1766. 

39 Ruth, b. 9-28-1717; d. , unm. 

40 Mary, b. 4-12-1719; d. 

m. 4-2-1745, Hugh Gorden. 

41 Benjamin, b. 4-5-1721; d. 6-14-1745, unm. 



50 Frye Genealogy 

13. Capt. Nathaniel was a Town Proprietor in Andover in 
1713. Lieutenant in 1738. Captain in 1745. Selectman, 1738-50. 
Representative to General Court, 1743-4. Was in Nova Scotia 
in 1749. He was a farmer and the last years of his life he was 
blind. He married (i) 7.15-1714, Prissilla Barker; she died 7- 
16-1735; married (2) 6-28-1739, Mrs. Abigail Foster; she died 
8-28-1794; married (3) Mrs. Hannah Barnard, dau. of Lieut. 
John Osgood. He had no children but adopted Benjamin (99), 
son of his nephew Joseph. 

16. Sarg. John in 1716. Lieutenant, 1723. A farmer. Select- 
man, 1716-33. Town Clerk from 1719-34 inclusive. He in. 
herited the homestead from his uncle Deacon John. Was 
admitted to the church in 1686. He married i i-i- 1694, Tabitha, 
dau. of Theo. and Elizabeth Farnam, b. 10-17-1678; d. 5-17- 

1755- 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

42 John, b. 2-I-1698; d. 10-17-1718, unm. 

43 Isaac, b. 3-11-1699; d. 5-31-1741. 

44 Joshua, b. 4-10-1701; d. 10-2- 1 768. 

45 Abiel, b. 7-5-1703; ci. 3-22-1757. 

46 Samuel, b. 2-18-1705; d. 3-6-1728, unm. 

47 Mehitable, b. 2-18-1705; d. 

m. 2-2-1737, Samuel Austin. 

48 Phebe, b. , 1709; d. 

m. 3-21-1738, Benjamin Kimball. 

49 Anne, b. , 1709; d. 7-30-1717, unm. 

50 Joseph, b. 3-19-1712; d. 7-25-1794. 

51 Hannah, b. 9-15-1714; d. 12-15-1794; 

m. 5-5-1737, Jonathan Parker. 

52 Anne, b. 6-29-1718; d. 

m. 12-8-1741, Jonas Clark. 

53 John, b. 7-28-1720; d. 7-16-1738, unm. 

54 Tabitha, b. 7-13-1722; d. 7-12-1738, unm. 

21. Ebenezer was Town Proprietor in 1713. Admitted to N. 
Church, 8-6-1721. He married 12-23-1708, Elizabeth, dau. of 
John and Elizabeth Farnum, b. 6-7-1687; d. 5-23-1752. 
Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 



John of Andover 51 

55 Joseph, b. 9-14-1709; d. 9-14-1709, unm. 

56 Elizabeth, b. 6-4-1711; d. bef, 1799; 
il; m. 1-11-1736, Ambrose Gould. 

57 Mary, b. 12-23-1712; d. 

m. 10-30-1733, Josiah Farnum. 

58 Ebenezer, b. 10-2-1714; d. 9-27-1755, 

59 Jonathan, b. 3-3-1717; d. 2-2-1788. 

60 David, b. 3-3-1717; d. , unm. 

61 John, b. 4-7-1719; d. 3-18-1814. 

62 Deborah, b. 4-20-1722; d. 7-18-1738, unm. 

63 Hannah, b. 7-4-1725; d. 

m. 3-15-1742, John Wilson. 

22. Nathan lived in N. Andover and married 7-8-1715, Sarah 
dau. of James and Sarah (Marston) Bridges, b. 2-25-1692. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

64 Sarah, b. 5- -1717; d. , 1804; 

m. 4-7-1737, Benjamin Holt. 

65 Nathan, b. 4-7-1719; d. 3-20-1733, unm. 

66 Phebe, b. 3-19-1721; d. 3-4-1783; 

m. 1-6-1742, Timothy Osgood. 

67 Hannah, b. 4-2-1723; d. 11-1-1793; 

m. 2-29-1739, Moses Parley, 

68 Lydia, b. 3-3-1725; d. 

m. 3-20-1745, Francis Swan. 

69 Bethiah, b. 6-13-1727; d. 

m. 3-25-1748, William Johnson. 

70 Priscilla, b. 5-8-1729; d. 

m. , Bailey. 

71 A dau., b. 3-11-17314^^ dr , unm. 

72 Abiah, b. 8-3-1732; ' d. 2-7-1737, unm. 

73 Nathan, b. 10-2-1736; d. 10-28-1736, unm. 

24. Col. Samuel was an active man in Andover and in the 
Colonial Militia. Was a farmer on the land that is now called 
Frye Village in N. Andover, on the west side of the Shawshin 
river, this land was deeded to him from his father, 2-14-1714, 
and about that time the saw, grist and fulling mills were built 
for him. He married Sarah, dau. of Timothy and Deborah 



52 Frye Genealogy 

Osgood. He was buried in the old cemetery at N. Andover, 
but grave is unknown, as is the case of all those who died 
before 1739; the earliest headstone is that of Joshua Frye, 1768. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

74 Samuel, b, 1-9-1720; d. 5-1-1725, unm, 

75 Sarah, b. 3-25-1721; d. 7-24-1816; 

m. 12-26-1738, John Farnum. 

76 Peter, b. 1-3-1723; d. 2-1-1820. 
'J J William, b. ()-^h']26,\ d. 7-23-1798. 

78 Susannah, b. 5-4-1728; d. 3-11-1729, unm. 

79 Samuel, b. 12-22-1729; d. 1-10-1819. 

80 James, b. 9-13-1731; d. 12-17-1804. 

81 Timothy, b. 5-8 1734; d. 11-6-1811. 

82 Daniel, b. 4-14-1738; d. 8-30-1738, unm. 

83 John, b. 1-23-1741; d. 5-11-1816. 

84 Deborah, b. , 1742; d. 

27. James was a farmer and moved to Bradford, Mass. He 
married (i) 5-25-1708, Joanna, dau. of Phineus and Sarah (Hasey) 
Sprague, b. ; d. 1-5-1715; he then married (2) 

12-20-1715, Rachel, dau. of Philip A. Atwood. 

Issue, born in Bradford, Mass.: 

85 Joanna, b. 3-24 1709; d. 

m. , Alexander Campbell. 

86 James, d. 1-24-1711; d. 1-8-1776. 

87 John, b. ; d. 

88 Sarah, b. 12 3-1712; d. 4-5-1781; 

m. 11-4 1731, Joshua Frye (44). 

89 Phebe, b. 12-30-1714; d. 2-8-1776; 

m. (i) 4-30-1734, Thos. Gage; m. (2) 2-4-1767, 
Daniel Gage. 

90 Rachel, b. 10 16-1716; d. 4-3-1783; 

m. 2-3-1736, David Haseltine. 

36. Jonathan graduated at Harvard Divinity College 1723. In 
the spring of 1725 he joined, as Chaplain, the Company of Capt. 
John Lovewell and was killed in the famous "Lovewell's Fight" 
with the Indians at Saco Pond in Fryeburg, Me. 



John of Andover 53 

FOURTH GENERATION 

37. Timothy was a farmer and married -\l4(» , Elizabeth 
Holton. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

91 Benjamin. b. 1-12-1749; d. 9-11-1777. 

92 Elizabeth, b. 6-14-1751; d. 

m. 11-20-1771, Philip Abbott. 

93 John, b. 3-3-1754; d. 3-20-1754, unm. 

94 Lydia, b. 4-12-1756; d. 

95 John, b. 12-23-1757; d. 1-11-1831. 

96 Nathaniel, b. 11-17-1759; d. abt. 1777, unm. 

38. Joseph was a land surveyor and farmer. He moved to 
Middleton in 1742. Was Selectman and Assessor 1748. In 
1763 he moved to N. Reading and on this farm his wife was 
killed by lightning. He was very large like his father with 
light complexion, sandy hair and blue eyes. By his father's 
will he received two loads of hay and 14 bbls of cider annually 
from the homestead. He was buried in N. Reading, grave 
unmarked and unknown. He married (i) 11-4-1742, Deliverance, 
datt.-of Nathaniel and Deliverance Dane, b. 2-20-1693; ^- 8-3- 
1763; married (2) 11-27-1764, Mrs. Mary Foster. 

Issue, born in Andover and Reading, Mass.: 

97 Phebe, b. , 1745; d. , 1776; 

m. 12-14-1769, Archelasis Kenny. 

98 Hannah, b. ; d. 

m. , Capt. West. 

99 Benjamin, b. ; d. 

100 Nathaniel, b. ; d. , unm. 

loi John, b. ; d. 

m. 2-26-1781, Rhoda Baldwin. No issue. 

102 Joseph, b. 3-31-1766; d. , unm. 

103 Azubah, b. 6-22-1767; d. 10-7-1848, unm, 

43. Isaac was a blacksmith, his house and shop stood a few 
rods opposite the old homestead. He married (i) 7-20-1725, 
Naomi , d. 5-27-1740; married (2) Hannah Haskell. 



54 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

104 Naomi, b. 11-7-1726; d, 11-12-1779; 

m. 11-5-1747, Moody Bridges. 

105 Martha, b. 11-10-1728; d. 

m. 10-6-1748, Ebenezer Abbott. 

106 Dorothy, b. i -23-1 731; d. 7-1 6-1 821; 

m. 3-19-1752, Caleb Swan. 

107 Dorcas, b. 3-1-1733; d. 

m. 12-9-1759, Enoch Haskell. 

108 Susannah, b. 6-18-1735; d. 

m. , Thomas Edes. 

109 Hulda, b. 5-13-1737; d. 8-8-1805; 

m. 1-9-1767, John Osgood, 
no Tabitha, b. 3-31-1740; d. 5-30-1741, unm. 

44. Joshua was a man of peculiar excellence. He was Select- 
man 1752-3. Treasurer of the Town Proprietors 1762-64. 
Representative to the General Court 1775-1776. A hatter by 
trade. He was buried in the old graveyard in Andover and 
his slate stone is the oldest to be found over the grave of a 
Frye in Andover, the name is spelled Frie. He married (i) 
7-14-1724, Mary, dau. of Francis and Hannah Dane of Andover, 
b. , 1695; d. 12-24-1729; married (2) 11-4-1731, Sarah 
Frie (88). 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

111 Mary Dane, b. 2-16-1726; d. 4-6-1790; 

m. 12-6-1744, James Ingalls. 

112 Jonathan, b. 3-6-1728; d. 8-28-1738, unm. 

113 Joshua, b. 6-IO-1729; d. 9-25-1738, unm. 

114 Phinehis, b. 3-23-1735; d. 8-26-1738, unm. 

115 Alford, b. 8-14-1737; d. 8-26-1738, unm. 

116 Joshua, b. 12-28-1738; d. 1-25-1747, unm. 

117 Joshua, b. 6-27-1748; d. 1-25-1819. 

118 John, b. 5-9-1750; d. , unm. 

45. Capt. Abiel was a hatter. Selectman 1748-49. Town 
Treasurer 1755, resigned in Sept., 1755, and entered the service 
as a cornetest, was Captain at the battle of Lake George. He 



John of Andover 55 

married 2-10-1732, Abigail, dau. of Joseph and Elizabeth (Mer- 
rill) Emery. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

119 Abigail, b. 2-19-1733; d. 12-20-1738, unm. 

120 Abiel, b. 11-8-1734; d. , 1806. 

121 Simon, b. 10-10-1737; d. IO-I-1822. 

122 Sarah, b. 4- -1742; d. 

m. (i) , Nathaniel Sweat; m. (2) 

, Anthony Chase. 

123 Abigail, b. 3-16-1743; d. 12-21-1810; 

m. 8-6-1761, Samuel Ames. 

124 Isaac, b. 2-6-1748; d. 11-3-1791. 

50. Major-General Joseph began his long brilliant military 
service as Captain in the war of 1744, was in the first siege of 
Louisberg expedition in 1745. Representative to General Court 
1750-54 and 1762-64. Selectman, 1754-64. Major under Gen. 
Winslow in 1755 in Nova Scotia and commanded the forces or- 
dered to destroy the Arcadian villages. He was greatly beloved 
by the men under his command, on his return from Arcadia, he 
was presented by his officers and men with an elegant silver 
mounted sword and a silver tankard. He was Colonel in 1756, 
in Jan., 1757, appointed to the command of the 1800 Mass. 
troops raised to re-enforce Gen. Webb. He was Col. Com. at 
the unfortunate surrender of Fort William Henry by Montcalm, 
8-10-1757, and escaped with the gallant Col. Monroe. He was 
a member of the Provincial Assembly in 1759, Col. Com. at Fort 
Cumberland, Chignute, in 1760. 

In 3-3-1762, the General Court of Mass. granted him a town- 
ship of land in Os^rd County, Maine. This grant he divided 
into 64 parts and commenced the Settlement in 1766. The 
Town was incorporated in 1776 as Fryeburg, in honor of Gen. 
Frye. Its Indian name was Pequawket. The town was first 
represented in the General Court by Simon Frye in 1780. The 
Congress of the Colony was pleased to honor him with a Major- 
General commission on 6-21-1775, and he received a Brigadier- 
General commission presented to him by Gen. Washington in 
person on 2-5-1776. He married 3-20-1732, Mehitable, dau. of 
Daniel and Dorothy (Granger) Poor of Andover b 4-4-1714; 
d. 



56 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

125 Joseph, b. 7-17-1733; d. 8-27-1738, unm. 

126 Samuel, b. 1-1-1736; d. 9-10-1738, unm. 

127 Mehitable, b. 4-16-1738; d. 9-10-1738, unm. 

128 Mehitable, b. 5-12-1739; d. 5-28-1739, unm. 

129 Mehitable, b. 4-8-1741; d. 1-24-1818; 

m. 8-22-1765, Josiah Chase. 

130 Joseph, b. 7-10-1743; d. 1-13-1828. 

131 Tabitha, b. 10-11-1746; d. 8-10-1795. 

132 Hannah, b. 3-23-1749; d. 3-24-1782; 

m. 8-22-1771, William Sargent. 

133 Richard, b. 8-5-1751; d. 2-10-1836. 

134 Nathaniel, b. 4-22-1753; d. 4-17-1833. 

135 Samuel, b. 7-5-1758; d. 5-27-1827. 

58. Ebenezer was in the expedition in 1755 against Crown 
Point and died at the Camp near Lake George, N. Y, He mar- 
ried 11-22-1744, Elizabeth, dau. of Daniel and Esther Kimbell 
of Andover. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

136 Ebenezer, b. 9-17-1745; d. 3-10-1828. 

137 David, b. 3-17-1747; d. 

138 Elizabeth, b. 5-17-1749; d. 9-7-1813; 

m. (i) 3-17-1771, Lt. Peter Poor; m. (2) 
, Ambrose Gould. 

139 Lydia, b. 5-23-1752; d. 

m. 7-21-1783, Benjamin Stevens. 

140 John, b. 8-16-1754; d. 3-26-1843. 

59. Jonathan was a blacksmith in Andover. Admitted to the 
N. Church on profession of faith 3-14-1742. Was on the Alarm 
list of Andover in 1757. He married 1-24-1744, Sarah Peabody, 
dau. of John and Mercy Wilson of Andover, b. , 1718; 
d. 10-12-1802. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

141 Sarah, b. 7-7-1745; d. 5-13-1809; 

m. 8-18-1770, Capt. Philip Farrington. 

142 Phebe, b. 2-10-1747; d. 



John of Andover 57 

143 Mary, b. 7-26-1754; d. 

144 Mercy, b. 2-29-1756; d. 

145 Rebecca, b. 9-8-1762; d. 

146 Hannah, b. 8-15-1764; d. 

m. 8-19-1781, John Bowman. 

147 Elizabeth, b. 7-24-1772; d. 

61. Capt. John in 1741, at the age of 22, was in the General 
Assembly, was Ensign at the taking of Louisberg in 1745. 
Captain in the war of 1755. Was Assessor for Sutton 1751-52- 
55-60-61-62, and often Moderator. In 1766 moved to Royal- 
ston, Mass., and died there. He was the first Representative 
from Royalston to the State Legislature. Town Clerk for many 
years and Justice of Peace. Joined the church in 1746 and was 
Deacon nearly fifty years. Often acted as Minister of the 
Parish in absence of the Pastor. He married 11-2-1749, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Dea. Benjamin and Ruth (Conant) Woodbury, b- 
10-28-1730; d. 1-23-1814. 

Issue, born in Sutton and in Royalston, Mass.: 

148 John, b. 9-28-1750; d. 1-3-1832. 

149 Elizabeth, b. 7-12-1751; d. 4-15-1854; 

m. 3-2-1769, Thomas Thompson. 

150 Ebenezer, b. 7-4-1755; d. 5-8-1832. 

151 Mary, b. 2-18-1757; d. 

152 Hannah, b. 2-10-1760; d. 

153 Mehitable, b. 8-2-1762; d. 1-14-1842; 

m. 12-3-1779, Benjamin Barton. 

154 Ruth, b. 8-8-1765; d. 

m. , Jonathan Nichols. 

155 David, b. 7-28-1768; d. 4-15-1854. 

156 Deborah, b. 4-7-1772; d. 

m. , Joseph Wheeler. 

76. Hon. Peter (Troy), graduate at Harvard 1744. Was a 
merchant in Salem, Mass. Principal of the Grammar School. 
In 4-16-1743, he began a school for ' Misses' which Wm. Yale 
took in 1747. In 1752 he was chosen Collector for Essex, 
Representative to the General Court 5-27-1767, and in 1768 was 
one of the 17 proslytes to his early doctrinal faith of submission. 



58 Frye Genealogy 

Was Register of Probate and Justice of the Court of Common 
Pleas for Essex and his command of the Salem Reg. gave him 
his title. He was a Loyalist and left the country at the begin- 
ning of the war for England, and died at Camberwell, near 
London, is buried in St. Giles Church. He married 9-26-1752, 
Love, dau. of Benjamin and Love (Rawlins) Pickman, b. 9-26- 
1732; d. abt. 1809. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

157 John, b. ; d. , lost 

at sea. 

158 Love Pickman, b ; d, , 1839; 

m. (i) , Dr. Peter Oliver; m. (2) 

, Admiral Sir John Knight, K.C.B. 

159 Peter Pickman, b. ; d. , unm. 

160 William, b. ; d. 9-16-1782, unm. 

161 Benjamin, b. ; d. 9-16-1782, unm. 

162 Judith, b. , 1761; d. 7-15-1837; 

m. 4-10-1778, William Stickney. 

163 Sally, b. ; d. 

m. , Joseph Gavitt. 

164 Elizabeth P., b. ; d. 5-17-1786; 

m. , Dr. N. Lakeland. 

11 . William was a farmer in Andover. He married (i) 2-I" 

1748, Mary, dau. of John and Hannah Carlton of Andover, 

b. 8-15-1723; d. 9-28-1763; married (2) 11-24-1768, Deborah 
Colburn of Dracut, Mass. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

165 William, b. 7-20-1749; d. 10-11-1831. 

166 Philip, b. 3-12-1751; d. , unm. 

167 Benjamin, b. 11-26-1752; d. 12-7-1828. 

168 Nathan, b. 1-10-1755; d. 1-10-1810. 

169 Daniel, b. 9-29-1756; d. 

170 Mary, b. 10-3-1758; d. 8-31-1835; 

m. 1-13-1785, John Farnam, Jr. 

171 Martha, b. 9-3-1760; d. 

m. , Jenkins. 

172 Hannah, b. 9-3-1760; d. 



John of Andover 59 

173 Peter, b, 6-11-1763; d. 7-5-1839. 

174 Isaac, b. 8-29-1769; d. 6-12-1816. 

175 Moses, b. 2-17-1771; d. ,1816. 

176 Phebe, b. 10-3- 1772; d, 5-7-1833; 

m. 12-22-1795, Joseph Stevens. 

177 Philip, b. 3-25-1774; d. 8-21-1831. 

79. Samuel, Esq., served his time as a fuller in Newbury, 
Mass., and in 1753 settled in the part of Andover called Frye 
Village and became proprietor of the saw, grist and fulling mills. 
Was on the Alarm list of 1757, on Com. of Inspection 1-2-1775. 
Private in Capt. Joshua Holt's Co. He was a very stern man 
and governed his house strictly, was medium size, light com- 
plexion, blue eyes, and light hair, worn very long in old age. 
This, with drab suit, silver knee and shoe buckles, cocked hat 
and long staff gave a dignified appearance. His wife was 
small, dark complexion, dark hair and eyes. He owned 2000 
acres in different parts of the town and was second in wealth. 
He married -6-4-4-1753, Elizabeth Frye (219). 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

178 Theophilus, b. 10-12-1753; d. 4-2-1830. 

179 Elizabeth, b. 6-7-1754; d. 

m. 4-30-1783, John Steavens. 

180 Sarah, b. 5-27-1759; d. 10-12-1851; 

m. 1-11-1782, Moses Dennis. 

181 Polly (Mary), b. ; d. 

m. 12-15-1796, Timothy Crosby. 

182 Phebe, b. 4-4-1762; d. , 1854; 

m. 2-23-1 791, Edward Stevens. 

183 Mary, b. 5-5-1765; d. y., unm. 

184 Lydia, b. 3-10-1767; d. y. unm. 

185 Samuel, b. , 1769; d. 3-16-1847. 

186 Amos, b. 10- -1777; d. 9-28-1824. 

80. James was baptized 9-19-1731, in First Church. A private 
in Capt. John Peabody's Camp in 1776. Later was a farmer. 
He married (i) 12-13-1759, Sarah, dau. of Samuel and Hannah 
Chickering; married (2) 11-13-1787, Mrs. Rachal Foster; mar- 



60 Frye Genealogy 

ried (3) 7-7-1796, Eunice, dau. of Ezekiel and Mary Carlton, b. 
2-23-1751; d. 5-4-1821. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

187 Sarah, b, 11-19-1754; d. , 1817; 

m. 8-20-1772, Asa Lovejoy. 

188 Phebe, b. 8-6-1758; d. 

189 Frederick, b. 6-9-1760; d. , unm. 

190 James, b. 5-20-1761; d. 9- -1836. 

191 Hannah, b. 2-22-1763; d. 

192 Pamela, b. 5-23-1764; d. 

193 Zacharich, b. 6-7-1766; d. il- -1792, unm. 

194 Betty, b. 10-22-1768; d. 

m. 6-9-1787, Peter Wardwell.' - -..^ t.^K^acMt.K?^^*' 

81. Timothy settled in 1759 in Dracut, Mass., and was a farmer 
and clothier. Lieutenant in Capt. Stevens Co. of Dracut, 
joined the Minute Men of Lexington 4-19-1775; also in the 
battle of Bunker Hill. He married 11-21-1758, Hannah, dau. 
of Ezekiel and Martha Carlton of Andover, b. 5-26-1741; d. 10- 
18-1835. 

Issue, born in Dracut, Mass.: 

195 Reuben, b. 7-17-1760; d. 10-20-1763, unm. 

196 Timothy, b. 9-26-1762; d. 3- -1854. 

197 Reuben, b. 4-9-1764; d. 1-1-1854. 

198 Ezekiel, b. 11-8-1765; d. 

199 Hannah, b. 5-19-1767; d. 10-15-1821; 

m. 9-29-1793, Abial Abbott. 

200 Jedidah, b. 12-10-1768; d. 9-4-1807. 

201 Sarah, b. 6-16-1770; d. 

m. , 1813, Samuel Hawley. 

202 Peter, b. 2-27-1772; d. 

203 Mercy, b. 1-1-1776; d, 8-10-1869; 

m. 1795. Thos. Wallace. 

204 Anne, b. 2-12-1778; d. 7-13-1830; 

m. 12-25-1806, Samuel Barr. 

205 Samuel, b. 11-3-1779; d. 

206 Enoch, b. 8-11-1781; d. 2-11-1834. 

207 Susan, b. 8-8-1783; d. , 1854, unm. 



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John of Andover 61 

83. Lt. John was a farmer on the old homestead which was 
in the family until 1880 (240 years). Was Lieutenant in Capt. 
Benj. Farnum's Co., Col. James Frye's Reg. at Bunker Hill. 
When Capt. Farnum was wounded Lt. John took command. 
Later was Second Lt. in Capt. Samuel Johnson's Co. He mar- 
ried 1-5-1752, Hannah Deliver of Marblehead, Mass. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

208 Hannah, b. 4-25-1762; d. 

m. 5-23-1782, Daniel Poor. 

209 Saml. Osgood, b. 5-24-1765; d. 8-27-1802. 

210 Peter, b. 9-11-1767; d. 7-31-1840. 

211 Chloe, b. 8-7-1 771; d. 

m. 1-23-1796, Philip Bowers. 

212 Sarah, b. 9-9-1773; d. y., unm. 

213 John, b. 10-18-1775; d. y., unm. 

214 Sally, b. 10-9-1777; d. y., unm. 

215 Sarah, b. 1-12-1779; d. 

m. 9-23-1805, Abial Gutterson. 

216 Susan, b. 3-9-1782; d. 1-5-1837; 

m. 7-8-1802, Daniel Peters. 

217 Martha, b. 3-27-1789; d. 4-13-1833; 

m. 5-4-1815, Major Dean Carlton. 

218 Joseph, b, 4-19-1793; d. y., unm. 

86. CoL. James was Lieutenant in 1744; in Louisberg, N. S., 
6-17-1745; Captain in 1755; Lieutenant-Colonel of Plaisted's 
Reg. in the expedition to Crown Point in 1756; Representative 
to General Court and Selectman in 1759; Colonel in 1760. He 
was a farmer and kept a tavern in the old homestead in N. An- 
dover. In front of his house stood the "Old Frye Elm," 
planted by Chaplain Jonathan (36), in the spring of 1725, just 
as he was leaving for " Lovewell's Fight," the tree finally de- 
cayed and was cut down in 1876. In the Revolutionary War 
he was Colonel of a regiment of militia and was wounded 6-16- 
1775, in the battle of Charlestown Heights and died about six 
months later from the effects of this wound. He married (i) 
11-28-1734, Elizabeth, dau. of Dea. John and Hannah (Abbott) 
Osgood of Andover, b. , 1713; d. 12-8-1756; married (2) 

5-27-1757, Mrs. Sarah Roby of Lynn, Mass. 



62 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

219 Elizabeth, b. 12-7-1735: d. 5-14-1807; 

m. 6-14-1753, Samuel Frye (79). 

220 Joanna, b. 2-19-1737; d. 

m. 7- -1769, Philip Farington. 

221 Sarah, b. 3-8-1739; d. 

m. , John Boydon. 

222 James, b. 1-9-1741; d. 1-28-1826. 

223 Jonathan, b. 12-4-1742; d. 7- -1793. 

224 Hannah, b. 9-12-1744; d. 1-16-1824; 

m. 3-31-1763, Dea. Daniel Poor. 

225 Dorcas, b. 6-3-1750; d. 12-1-1821; 

m. 11-10-1769, Ezekial Carlton. 

226 Molly, b. 3-9-1752; d. 6-13-1796; 

m. 3-9-1776, Ingalls Bragg. 

227 Phebe, b. 10-6-1758; d. 3-10-1761, unm. 

228 Frederick, b. 6-9-1760; d. 1-30-1828. 

229 Pamila, b. 5-23-1764; d. abt. 1841; 

m. 10-3-1793, William Chadwick. 



FIFTH GENERATION 

91. Benjamin was killed in the Battle of Brandywine in 1777. 
He married Elizabeth Abbott. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

230 Polly, b. , 1772; d. 

231 child, b. ; d. 

95. Capt. John served two years in the Revolutionary War as 
a private; was in the battles of Trenton, Princeton and Sara- 
toga. He was a farmer on the old homestead. He married 
10-2-1781, Betsy, dau. of Timothy and Sarah Noyes of Andover, 
b. , 1760; d. 7-31-1813. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

232 John, b. 9-30-1782; d. 7-13-1826. 

233 Betty, b. 3-22-1784; d. 

m. 2-14-1814, Abbott Jones. 



John of Andover 63 

234 Nathaniel, b. 3-23-1786; d. 2-11-1822. 

235 Mary, b. 3-21-1788; d. 9-19-1825; 

m. 4-2-1807, Jacob Holt. 

236 Timothy, b. 1-16-1791; d. 

237 Joseph, b. 4-18-1793; d. 11-22-1822, unm. 

238 Sally, b. 10-4-1794; d. 2-28-1847; 

m. 12-2-1818, Thomas Irland. 

239 Hannah, b. 2-2-1797; ^- 5-2-1855; 

m. 11-28-1816, Seth Burt. 

240 Enoch, b. 3-23-1798; d. 9-26-1883. 

241 Harriet, b. 10-2-1799; d. 2-10-1879, unm. 

242 Reuby, b. 4-4-1802; d. 12-28-1838; 

m. 4-16-1822, Capt. Benj. Foster. 

243 Pamelia, b. 1-7-1805; d. 7-1-1836. 

99. Benjamin was a seaman in the Revolutionary War and 
taken prisoner on a privateer sent to the Cartel Silver Eel, 
from Halifax to Boston in exchange 10-8-1778. Died of small- 
pox a few days after his return and buried in a field near his 
home. He married 1-16-1767, Elizabeth Sargent, dau. of 
Timothy and Elizabeth Clark of Andover. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

244 Joseph, b. 11-6-1767; d. 

245 Persis, b. 10-2-1769; d. 

m. 3-2-1794, Timothy Frye (196). 

246 Martha, b. 3-23-1772; d. 9-15-1804; 

m. 2-5-1799, Moses Abbott. 

247 Nathaniel, b. 4-12-1775; d. 2-19-1776, unm. 

248 Betty, b. 4-29-1777; d. 

m. 4-25-1800, Warren Parker. 

117. Sarg. Joshua was a drummer in Capt. Poor's Co., Col. 
James Frye's Reg., at Battle of Bunker Hill, 7-17-1775; enlisted 
2-20-1777, as private in Capt. Benj. Farnum's Co., Col. Eben 
Francis' Reg., for the war, served five years. In 1778 was made 
Sergeant in same Co., Col. Tupper's Reg. He lived on the 
homestead, was an industrious man in the employ of others, 
but neglectful of his own affairs. He married 9-21-1780, Eliza- 
beth Mercy of Andover. 



64 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

249 Joshua, b. 6-30-1781; d. 11- -1827. 

250 Thomas, b. 3- -1783; d. i- -1861. 

251 Sarah, b. 7-1-1785; d. 10-8-1802, unm. 

252 Samuel, b. 6-20-1792; d. 10-15-1817, unm. 

253 Mary Coburn, b. 10-25-1796; d. , 1862. 

m. 3-15-1821, Benjamin Fish. 

254 Elizabeth, b. 4-27-1798; d. 1-10-1834, unm. 

255 John, b. 4-5-1801; d. 4- -1847. 

256 Sarah, b. 5-27-1804; d. 6- -1841; 

m. , 1830, Eben Pulsifer. 

257 Martha Jenkins, b. 5-29-1807; d. 

m. , Daniel Stodard. 

120. Ensign Abiel was a private in Lt. John Farnum's Co. in 
1757 at Ft. William Henry; in Asa Foster's Co. 4-2 to 11-12- 
1758; in Jeffery Amherst's Co. 4-2-1759; Ensign in Benj. Ed- 
ward's Co. 6-10 to 12-31-1760. In 1779 he went to Elmira, N. Y., 
to live, in 1784 moved to Goshen, N. Y., where he died. He 
married 2-2-1784, Mrs. Abigail Owens, dau. of Elias and Abigail 
Farnum of Andover, Mass. 

Issue, born in Goshen and Chemung, N. Y.: 

258 Chas. Frederic, b. 11-20-1784; d. 10-20-1845. 

259 Henry Laurens, b. 7-5-1786; d. 5-31-1860. 

260 Alfred, b. 9-6-1788; d. 

261 Abigail, b. 10-28-1790; d. 

m. , Jacob Smith. 

262 Phebe Russell, b. 12-16-1792; d. 

m. 7-4-1811, Asabel Buck. 

263 boy, b. 2-11-1795; d. 2-11-1795, unm. 

264 girl, b. 2-11-1795; d. 2-20-1795, unm. 

265 girl, b. 2-11-1795; d. 2-17-1795, unm. 

266 Sarah, b. 4-5-1797; d. 

m. 3-1-1843, John I. Hagaman. 

267 Clarissa, b. 8-27-1799; d. , 1842; 

m. , Hibbard. 

121. Hon. Judge Simon was in Capt. Asa Foster's Co., Col. 
Nichol's Reg. in 1754; in Capt. Jeffrey Amherst's Co. in 1759. 



John of Andover 65 

He was a member of the House of Representatives, of the 
Senate and of the Council of Mass. for nearly 20 years. First 
Representative from Fryeburg, Me. Was Justice of the Peace, 
Justice of the Court of Common Pleas in York Co., and Chief 
Justice of the same Court of Oxford, Me. Lived in Andover 
and moved in 1767 to Fryeburg, Me. He married 12-9-1762, 
Hannah, dau. of John and Lydia Johnson of Andover, Mass. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass., and Fryeburg, Me.: 

268 Hannah, b. 8-18-1763; d. 5- -1856. 

269 Susannah, b. 1-16-1765; d. 9-27-1829; 

m. , Benj. Stavens.i^t <. * i > . 

270 Abiel, b. 12-24-1766; d. 12-27-1846. 

271 Lydia, b. 5-31-1769; d. 5-4-1840, unm. 

272 Phebe, b. 6-29-1771; d. 10-2-1848; 

m. , Lt. John Trifield. 

273 Esther, b. 7-10-1772; d. 

m. , William Holt. 

274 John, b. 7-21-1775; d. 3-12-1796, unm. 

275 Jonathan, b. 7-21-1775; d. 6-6-1786, unm, 

276 John Hancock, b. 12-19-1777; d. 3-14-1835. 

277 Geo. Washmgton, b. 12-19-1777; d. 6- -1836. 

278 Sarah, b. 11-7-1780; d. 10- -1832; 

m. , Abraham Andrews. 

124. Major Isaac settled in Wilton, N. H., in 1768. He was 
improving his farm when the news of the Concord fight reached 
Wilton, he left his work with the remark " I must be going, the 
war has begun," and in five minutes was on his way to Cam- 
bridge. He served through the war and was Quartermaster of 
Col. Read's Reg. at the battle of Bunker Hill, then Capt. of 1st 
Co., 3rd Batt., N. H. Line. In 1776 he was ordered to raise a 
company in Col. Scammell's Reg. and received ^,300 out of the 
treasury to pay bounties. He was breveted Major by an Act of 
Congress 11-27-1783. He married 6-1-1768, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Timothy and Elizabeth Holt of Andover. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass., and Wilton, N. H.: 

279 Isaac, b. 9-16-1769; d. 9-14-1814. 

280 Abial, b. 7-28-1771; d. , 1820, unm. 



66 Frye Genealogy 

281 Timothy, b. 9-21-1773; d. 3-17-1776, unm. 

282 John, b. 8-23-1775; d. 

283 Timothy Holt, b. 10-19-1777; d. 1-7-1830. 

284 Joshua, b. 12-21-1779; d. 6-20-1864. 

285 Betsy, b. 12-21- 1781; d. 6-9-1862, unm. 

286 Hannah, b. 5-30-1785; d. 10-31-1863; 

m. 10-26-1813, B. Blanchard. 

287 Alfred, b, 2-28-1787; d. 9-25-1867, unm. 

288 Sarah, b. 9-20-1790; d. 5-18-1835, unm. 

130. Capt. Joseph was a scholar, a surveyor of land, a beauti- 
ful writer, but generally neglectful of business. Was Ensign in 
Thos. Chever's Co. in 1760, and a Captain in the Revolutionary 
War. Being his father's idol, he had spent quite a large portion 
of the General's property before Gen. Joseph's death. He mar- 
ried 2-12-1764, Mary, dau. of Dean and Sarah Robinson of 
Andover and it has been said " that they were the handsomest 
couple that had ever gone into the Andover Church." 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass., and Fryeburg, Me.: 

289 Joseph, b. 5-19-1765; d. , 1814. 

290 Mary, b. 10-17-1767; d. 

m. , Joseph Frye Swan. 

291 Mehitabel, b. 12-27-1768; d. 

m. , Col. Stephen Dinsmore. 

292 John, b. 8-11-1771; d. 

293 Nancy, b. 4-20-1773; d. 

m. , Joseph Pettengill. 

294 Dean, b. 5-20-1775; d. 4-18-1834. 

295 Sarah, b. 10-3-1777; d. 

m. , John Dinsmore. 

296 Wm. Robinson, b. 9-30-1780; d. , unm. 

297 Sophia, b. 1-11-1784; d. 

133. Richard was one of the early settlers of Fryeburg, Me., 
and served in Major's Co. He married , 1790, Sally, 

dau. of Hugh and Sarah (Walker) Gordon of Andover. 

Issue, born in Fryeburg, Me.: 

298 Joseph, b. 3-10-1791; d. 



John of Andover 67 

299 Richard, b. 9-5-1793; d. 

300 William, b. 5-12-1796; d. , 1854. 

134. Lt. Nathaniel was Ensign in Major's Co., in Wesson's 
Reg., in 1777; Paymaster in 1780, and the same year Lieutenant 
and served seven years in the Revolutionary War. Lost his 
hearing at the Battle of Monmouth. Was one of the early 
settlers of Fryeburg, Me. He married , 1773, Dorothy, 
dau. of Caleb and Dorothy (Frye) Swan of Fryeburg. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass., and Fryeburg, Me.: 

301 Nathaniel, b. 6-5-1774; d. y. unm. 

302 Nathaniel, b. 8-11-1779; d. 1-1-1856. 

303 Saml. Swan, b. 4-20-1782; d. 8-27-1810, unm. 

304 Caleb Swan, b. 4-3-1791; d. 3-11-1816, unm. 

305 Frederick, b. 6-6-1796; d. 11-23-1823. 

306 Mehitable, b. ; d. 

m. , 1817, John Hancock Frye (276). 

307 Sophia, b. ; d. y. 

135. Samuel married 12-11-1788, Mary, dau. of Henry and 
Rebecca Gordon of Andover. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass., and Fryeburg, Me,: 

308 Isaac, b. 12-4-1791; d. 9-29-1874. 

309 John, b. 1-8-1796; d. 10-21-1796, unm. 

310 Samuel, b. 1-14-1798; d. 9-27-1847. 

136. Major Ebenezer lived as a young man with his aunt 
Gould until he married. He inherited some property from her 
but was made poor by his long connection with the army, he 
was Lieutenant in Capt. Moor's Co. from Londonderry, N. H., 
was in the battle of Bunker Hill, in the fight at Hubbardon, was 
taken prisoner and sent to Canada for six months. Was Cap- 
tain in 1776, and Major at the close of the war. He ran a brick 
yard in Castine, Me., and then moved to Northport, Me. Was 
a Representative from the District of Maine in the General 
Court of Mass. He married 12-20-1763, Hannah, dau. of Joseph 
and Hannah (Lovell) Baker of Pembroke, N. H. 



68 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in Pembroke, N. H.: 

311 Hannah, b. 9-20-1764; d. , 1859; 

m. 11-25-1790, David Blaisdell. 

312 Elizabeth, b. 2-18-1767; d. 8-27-1841; 

m. 11-29-1787, Jeremiah Abbott. 

313 Sally, b. 7-5-1769; d. 11-22-1842; 

m. 3-23-1797, Robt. White. 

314 Ebenezer, b. 4-15-1772; d. 12- -1822. 

315 Jessie, b. 4-17-1774; d. 3-29-1849. 

316 Susannah, b. 11-9-1775; d. 4-15-1859; 

m. 11-4-1794, Joseph Gale. 

317 Robie, b. 3-11-1785; d. 1-16-1867. 

318 Amos, b. 11-25-1786; d. 7-10-1868. 

319 Jonathan, b. 7-21-1788;. d. 5- -1864. 

137. Capt. David moved to Pembroke, N. H., soon after his 
marriage. Was on the Muster Rolls of Capt. Barrow's Co., 
Col. Daniel Moor's Reg., N. H., 7-22-1776. Was among the 
men raised for Canada and never returned. He married 6-6- 
1769, Dorcas, dau. of James and Phebe (Farnham) Parker of 
Andover. 

Issue, born in Pembroke, N. H.: 

320 Betsy, b. 4-9-1770; d. , unm. 

321 James Gould, b. 4-14-1773; d. 3-4-1838. 

322 Hannah, b. 5-31-1775; d. 

m. , Daniel Fisk. 

323 David, b. 11-24-1777; d. , unm. 

140. John served sometime in the Revolutionary War, was a 
shoemaker and lived in the old homestead. He married (i) 
3-11-1779, Lydia, dau. of Joseph and Judith Bachelder; married 
(2) 7-21-1821, Mrs. Chloe Holt of Andover. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

324 Fanny, b. 4-23-1782; d. , unm. 

325 Dolly, b. 10-15-1786; b. 10-19-1822; 

m. 9-24-1808, James Frye (190). 



John of Andover 69 

148. John was Town Clerk many years. He married (i) ii- - 
1773, Lucy Pike of Framingham, Mass.; married (2) 6-24-1787. 
Rachel Stockwell. 

Issue, born in Royalston, Mass., and Concord, Vt.: 



326 Lucy, 


b. 1-15-1775; 


d. 12-I-1856; 




m. 


, Jona 


than Hunter. 




327 John, 


b. 3-21-1777; 


d. 




328 Timothy, 


b. 


; d. 




329 Jonathan, 


b. 3-24-1782; 


d. 4-10-1834, 


unm. 


330 James, 


b. 


; d. 




331 Sally, 


b. 9-13-1788; 


d. 1-19-1856; 




m. 


. Judg 


e Dyer Hibbard. 




332 Joseph, 


b. 7-21-1790; 


d. 8-4-1848. 




333 Rebecca, 


b. 11-21-1792; 


d. 




m. 


, Jose] 


ph Streeter. 




334 Betsy, 


b. 1-21-1797; 


d. 8-16-1831, 


unm. 


335 Polly, 


b. 10-21-1799; 


d. 4-12-1850; 




m. 


, Geo. 


Cutting. 




336 David, 


b. 8-2-1802; 


d. 3-10-1843. 




337 Nancy, 


b. 8-2-1802; 


d. 3-10-1831, 


unm. 


338 Naomi, 


b. 


; d. 





150. Ebenezer served in the Revolutionary War in Capt. James 
Allen's Co., in the battle of Lexington, 4-19-1775. Corporal in 
Lt. Jona Silby's Co. at the battle of Bennington, 8-16-1777. 
Was a farmer on the homestead at Royalston, and held various 
town offices for more than twenty years. He married , 

1783, Mary Vail of Royalston, Mass. 

Issue, born in Royalston, Mass.: 

339 Betsy, b. 4-28-1784; d. 1-1-1819; 

m. , William Blood. 

340 Asa, b. 10-26-1786; d. , 1862. 

341 Daniel, b. 8-23-1789; d. 8-30-1791, unm. 

342 Polly, b. 7-21-1791; d. 1-14-1836, unm. 

343 Benjamin, b. 8-6-1793; d. 9-29-1861. 

344 John, b. 5-16-1796; d. 

345 Ebenezer, b. 6-30-1798; d. 1-23-1818. 

No issue. 



70 



Frye Genealogy 



155. David married (i) 4-1-1794, Lydia Smith, b. 4-3-1769; 
d. 9-24-1812; married (2) , Rebecca Wheeler, b. 4- 

7-1783; d. 8-24-1831; married (3) 6-9-1834, Lucy Wright. 

Issue, born in Croydon, N. H.: 

346 David Wheeler, b. 4-22-1815; d. 

347 Ebenezer Woodbury, b. 2-8-1817; d. 1-8-1880. 

348 Lydia Smith, b. 9-8-1820; d. 4-28-1860; 

m. I-I-1842, Eben Barker Tuck. 



157. John married 
was lost at sea. 



Mary Erwin of Salem. He 



Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 








349 John, b. 




d. 


. No issue. 


350 Benjamin,? b. 

351 Joseph E., b. 

352 Sally, b. 

353 Mary Erwin, b. 

m. 


, Samuel ] 


d. 

d. 
; d. 

d. 
D. How. 


, unm. 

, unm. 

, 1873, unm. 


354 Elisa, b. 


; d. 8-20- 


1868; 


m. 


, Benjamir 


1 Cutts. 





165. William was a private in Capt. Peter Poor's Co., 4-19- 
1775, at Cambridge, Mass. He married 11-2-1773, Tamson 
Southwick of Salem, b. 10-28-1750; d. 1-27-1836. His youngest 
daughter married an uncle of the poet John Greenleaf Whittier. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

355 William, b. 11-27-1774; d. 6-26-1862. 

356 Cassandra, b. 11-12-1777; d. 

m. 12-3-1796, Ichabod Nichols. 

357 Tamson, b. 4-23-1779; d. 

, Purington. 

b. 10-4-1781; d. 



m. 

358 Hannah, 

m. 

359 Bethia, 

m. 

360 Annie, 

m. 



, Joseph Buxton, 
b. 2-26-1784; d. 12-18-1826; 

, Punington. 

b. 5-6-1786; d. 

, James Boyce. 



John of Andover 71 

361 Gertrude, b. 9-24-1789; d. 12-9-1818; 

m. 12-15-1814, Moses Whittier. 

167. Lt. Benjamin enlisted in the Revolutionary War from 
Salem, 1-1-1776, and served all during the war as a blacksmith 
and was commissioned a Lieutenant of Artificers, by Col. 
Jeduthan Baldwin. He married 10-11-1774, Mary Templeman 
of Salem. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

362 Benjamin, b. , 1776; d. 4-10-1843. 

363 Polly, b. , 1780; d. 

m. , John Berry. 

364 Sarah, b. 9-23-1782; d. , 1813; 

m. 4-28-1805, Peter Frye Stickney. 

365 Martha, b. I-11-1784; d. 

m. , Capt. Saml. Steadman. 

366 Nathan, b. 4-2-1787; d. 2-17-1873. 

367 Clara, b. 9-23-1789; d. 

m. (i) , 181 1, Luther Steadman; m. (2) 

Dr. Henry Tuttle. 

368 Philip, b. 1-1-1792; d. 10-16-1856, unm. 

369 Joseph, b. II- -1798; d. 5-5-1831. No issue. 

168. Nathan married 12-11-1786, Hannah Nutting of Marble- 
head, b. 11-2-1761; d. 12-10-1834. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

370 Nathan, b. 10-27-1787; d. 11-14-1868. 

371 William, b. 8-I-1790; d. 

372 Daniel, b. 3-8-1793; d. 5-2-1814, unm. 

373 John Nutting, b. 6-15-1795; d. 

374 Hannah, b. I-28-1798; d. 7-21-1858; 

m. , Daniel Marston. 

375 Oliver, b. 5-29-1800; d. 2-27-1832, unm. 

376 Mary Carlton, b. 5-9-1803; d. 

m. , Joseph Stowers. 

169. Daniel was a miller. He married 
Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 



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Frye Genealogy 


377 dau-i 


b. ; d. 


m. 


, Capt. Frost. 


378 dau., 


b. ; d. 


m. 


, Nichols. 



173. Capt. Peter was a sea captain and married 
Abigail Bradish. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

379 Joseph, b. 4-22-1806; d. 6-25-1825, unm. 

380 Geo. Bradish, b, 1-1-1804; d. 



174. Isaac settled in Portsmouth, N. H. He married , 
1802, Rachel Foster of Danvers, Mass., b. 10-16-1784; d. 6-5- 
1854. 

Issue, born in Portsmouth, N. H.: 

381 Rachel Coburn, b. 9.25-1805; d. , unm. 

382 Isaac Watts, b. 10-9-1807; d. 2-20-1876. 

383 Hannah Foster, b. 2-16-1810; d. 

m. 4-22-1832, Benjamin Hodgesdon. 

384 Nancy, b. 8-7-1812; d. 8-2-1902; 

m. 6-28-1834, Dea. John Knowlton. 

385 William T., b. 9.22-1815; d. 

175. Moses married , 1798, Mary Lander, b. 8-13- 
1776; d. 10-30-1856. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 



386 Isaac, 


b. 




, 1799; d. 


7-30- 


1880. 


387 Margaret, 


b. 




, 1801; d. 




, unm. 


388 Abigail, 


b. 




, 1803; d. 




, 1807, unm, 


389 Benjamin, 


b. 




, 1805; d. 




, unm. 


390 Abigail, 


b. 




, 1807; d. 




, unm. 


391 Elizabeth N 


eal. 


b. 


, 1810; d. 






m. 






, Philip Osborn. 




392 William Goi 


jld. 


b. 


, 1813; d. 




, unm. 


393 Mary Carleton, 


b. 


, 1815; d. 






m. 






, Joseph Dale. 







John of Andover 73 

177. Philip was stout built, swarthy complexion. Was a good 
teacher but sogiewhat harsh in discipline, once threw a bible 
at a pupil's head for want of some more handy weapon. He 
lived on the old homestead. He married 9-8-1800, Sarah 
Smith, dau. of Abner and Wilkins of Middleton, Mass. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

394 William, b. 10-26-1801; d. 9.26-1844. 

395 Lucy, b. 8-14-1803; d. unm. 

396 Philip, b. 4-I-1805; d. 

397 Sarah Wilkins, b. 5-19-1807; d. 

m. 9.27-1832, Thorndike Daniels. 

398 Martha, b. 9-17-1809; d. 11-31-1855, unm. 

399 Mary, b. 9-17-1809; d. 

m. 4-30-1829, Chas. Carlton. 

400 Caroline, b. 6-20-1813; d. 2-14-1824, unm. 

178. Lt. Theophilus was a clothier, miller and farmer in Frye 
Village, was Corporal in Capt. Benj. Ames' Co., Col. James 
Frye's Reg. Sargeant in Capt. S. King's Co., Col. Whitney's 
Reg. Lieutenant in 1791. He married 4-11-1776, Lucy, dau. 
of Joshua and Lydia Lovejoy of Andover, Mass., b. 8-4-1755; 
d. 4-2-1844. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

401 Enoch, b. 8-29-1776; d. 9-8-1864. 

402 Lucy, b. 7-4-1778; d. 6-14-1854; 

m. 7-8-1794, Solomon Abbott. 

403 Theophilus, b. 5-17-1780; d. 3-6-1814. 

404 Lydia, b. 5.3-1782; d. 12-23-1846; 

m. 12-1-1803, David Barnard. 

405 Samuel, b. 5-22-1784; d. 3-18-1851. 

406 Henry, b. 6-23-1787; d. 12-23-1818, unm. 

407 Reuben, b. 5-7-1789; d. 3-31-1845. 

408 James, b. 2-23-1792; d. 2-23-1852. 

409 Jonathan, b. 6-18-1794; d. 4-17.1863. 

410 Elizabeth, b. 12-25-1796; d. 7.22-1822; 

m. , 1819, Samuel Dennis. 

411 Sarah Lovejoy, b. 11-25-1799; d. 4-12-1879; 

m. 12-20-1835, Bradford Barden. 



74 Frye Genealogy 

185. Samuel lived in Frye Village and always wrote his name 
without the final E. He lived for a few years after his mar- 
riage in Hancock, N. H.. and Peterboro, N. H., then returned 
to Andover and Frye Village, settling on a farm given him by 
his father. He married 9-21-1790, Hannah, dau. of Jonathan 
and Susan Poor of Andover. 

Issue, born in Hancock, N. H., Peterboro, N. H., and An- 
dover, Mass.: 

412 Samuel, b. 3-5-1791; d. 5-9- 1867. 

413 Hannah, b. 9-26-1792; d. I-20-1874; 

m. 9-9-1813, Reuben Frye (407). 

414 Nathaniel, b. , 1795; d. , 1856. 

415 Polly, b, ,1798; d. 11-31-1828; 

m. 3-II-1817, Jonathan Merril. 

416 Reuby, b. , 1800; d. 2-14-1887; 

m. 5-31-1821, Samuel Downing. 

417 Frederick, b. , 1802; d. , 1820, unm. 

418 Eliza, b. ; d. 5-13-1864; 

m. 9-15-1831, Jonathan Merriel. 

419 Susan, b. 2-9-1809; d. 6-14-1864; 

m. 11-6-1828, John Merriel. 

420 Stephen, b. , 1810; d. 2-5.1859. 

186. Amos was settled by his father on the farm afterward 
given to his brother Samuel. He was for many years a miller 
in the Lovejoy grist mills. He married 6-30-1799, Hannah, 
dau. of Amos and Sarah (Ballard) Durant of Andover. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

421 Charles, b. 3-I-1801; d. 3-9-1885; 

m. , Mary Galloway. No issue. 

422 William, b. 11-8-1803; d. , 1844; 

m. , 1828, Sarah Sargent. 

423 Nathan, b. 12-27-1808; d. 8-12-1884. 

424 Amos, b. , 1812; d. 12-29-1880. 

190. James moved to Albany, Me., about 1820 and lived on his 
own farm there. He deserted his second wife. He married 
(i) 12-26-1805, Mary, dau. of Joseph and Mary Lovejoy of An- 



John of Andover 75 

dover, b. 2-19-1771; d. 2-20-1807; married (2) 9.24-1808, Dolly 
Frye (325); married (3) , Cynthe Cummings. 

Issue, born in Andover and Albany, Me.: 

425 John, b. bef. 1808; d. I-3-1883. 

Son of Dolly Frye. 

426 James, b. , 1810; d. 11-3-1858, unm. 

427 Hannah, b. ; d. , unm. 

428 son, b. ; d. y. 

429 dau., b. ; d. 

m. , Isaac P. Buckler. 

193. Zachariah was accidently killed in the south of Andover 
by the falling from an ox cart, the wheel passing over his head. 
He and Esther Wardwell of Andover had 

430 Zachariah, b. 2.18-1792; d. 2-18-1845. 

196. Timothy was a farmer, tanner and currier in VV. Andover. 
He enlisted 10-I-1778, in Capt. Longley's Co., detached for the 
purpose of guarding and fortifying the Post in and near Boston. 
He married (i) 6-9-1786, Betsy Brooks of Lincoln, Mass., b. 

, 1762; d. 2-9-1792; married (2) 3-2-1794, Persis Frye (245). 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

431 Noah Brooks, b. 5-19-1787; d. 9.5-1876. 

432 Betsy, b. 4-20-1789; d. 

m. , Timothy Frye (441). 

433 Sopronia, b. 7-25-1795; d. 7-15-1822, unm. 

434 Persses, b. 2-9-1798; d. 3-8-1867. 

m. 6-6-1829, Elijah Edson. 

435 Nathaniel, b. 2-12-1801; d. 5-6-1836. 

436 Charlotte, b. 3-IO-1804; d. y., unm. 

437 Cyrus, b. 6-21-1805; d. , 1863. 

438 Timothy, b. 12-13-1807; d. 3-19-1825, unm. 

439 Gilbert, b. 3-10-1811; d. , 1875. 

440 Artimus, b. 5-20-1815; d. 

197. Reuben was in Capt. Asa Druty's Co., Col. Turner's Reg., 
from 8-24 to 11-15-1781. He moved to New York State and 



76 Frye Genealogy 

died at Ft. Covington, N. Y. He married 3-9-1791, Susan 
Emerson of Chester, N. H. 

Issue, born in Dracut, Mass.: 

441 Timothy, b. 11-15-1794; d. , 1858. 

442 Susan, b. 1-13-1796; d. 

m. , 1820, William Smith, 

443 Frederick, b. 11-10-1799; d. 

444 Ira, b. 6-6-1803; d. 6-21-1857. 

445 Abial, b. 5-6-1804; d. 

446 Emerson, b. 12-3-1808; d. 8-9-1852, unm. 

198. EzEKiEL married 3-8-1792, Polly, dau. of Joseph Holly of 
Andover. 

Issue, born in : 

447 Holly, b. , 1797; d. , 1821, unm. 

448 Mary, b. ; d. 

449 Frederick, b. 3-27-1802; d. 

450 Hannah Abbott, b. ; d. 

451 Pamela Porter, b. ,1806; d. 12.1-1868; 

m. , 1825, Jonas Holt, 

200. Jedidiah married 1-25-1798, Rebecca, dau. of James and 
Rebecca Farnum of Andover, b. 6-4-1774; d, 7-10-1849, in New 
York City. 

Issue, born in Dracut, Mass.: 

452 Jedidiah, b. 2-13-1799; d. 1-21-1873. 

453 Rebecca, b. 10-3-1800; d. 6-17-1844; 

m, , 1833, James Garney. 

454 James Farnhum, b. 1-31-1803; d. 7-20-1840, unm. 

202. Peter lived for some time on his mother-in-law's farm in 
Andover and finally moved to Canada. He married , 

Chloe, dau. of Thos. and Lydia (Blunt) Abbott of Andover, 
b. 11-4-1771. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

455 Hermon, b. ; d. 

456 Timothy, b, ; d. 



John of Andover 11 

205. Samuel married (i) , 1806, Mary Fletcher of 
Dracut; married (2) Sarah Colby. 

Issue, born in Dracut, Mass.: 

457 Saml. Fletcher, b. 12-24-1806; d. 

m. 5-1-1822, Marion W. Tice. No issue. 

458 Aaron P., b. , 1808; d. 

459 John, b. ; d. , unm. 

460 Mary H., b. ; d. 2-4-1852; 

m. , Hermon Frye (455). 

461 Harriet N., b. ; d. 4-11-1852; 

m. , 1830, Joseph Huse. 

462 Caroline L., b. ; d. 

m. , 1836, Henry Rankin. 

463 Sarah A., b. ; d. 8-7-185 1; 

m. (i) , Saml. Sawyer; married (2) 

, Francis Sawyer. 

206. Enoch married 10-12-1806, Polly Elsworth of Gilmanson, 
N. H. 

Issue, born in Dracut, Mass.: 

464 Enoch Elsworth, b. 12-7-180*; d. 

465 Maria Ann, b. 3-4-1809; d. , 1843; 

m. , 1831, Rufus Litchfield. 

466 George, b. 1-2-1811; d. 

467 Timothy, b. 8-18-1812; d. 

468 Hannah Almira, b. 9-22-1814; d. 

m. , Rufus Litchfield, 

469 James, b. II-26-1818; d. 

470 Lavina, b. 10-1-1819; d. 

m. , John Wright. 

471 Emily, b. II-18-1820; d. 2-14-1821, unm. 

472 William, b. 4-6-1822; d. 

473 Betsy, b. 4-6-1822; d. 

m. , Mark Aken. 

474 Emily, b. 5-18-1824; d. 9-24-1825, unm. 

209. Samuel Osgood was accidently killed by a wagon running 
over him. He married 12-11-1788, Anna, dau. of John and 
Abigail (Bowen) Wight of Marblehead, Mass. 



78 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

475 Nancy, b. 2-6-1789; d. 5-17-1870; 

m. 6-24-1813, John Blanchard. 

476 Hannah, b. , 1792; d. 10-7-1847; 

m. 10-20-1811, Nathan Jones. 

477 Samuel, b. 1-14-1798; d. 

210. Peter married 6-9-1796, Hannah, dau. of Samuel and 
Hannah (Falckner) Noyse of Andover, b. 10-11-1766; d. 11-17- 
1839. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

478 Charlotte, b. 8-14-1797; d. 2-6-1874, unm. 

479 Mary, b. 3-1-1799; d. 

m. 12-5-1822, Joel Baldwin. 

480 John, b. 12-2-1800; d. 2-26-1853, unm. 

481 Susan, b. 12-21-1802; d. , unm. 

482 Hannah Doliver, b. 9-25-1804; d. 4-14-1845, unm. 

483 Miranda, b. 6-18-1806; d. 4-11-1880, unm. 

222. James was eight months in the war of 1756 on the Western 
frontier with his father. In 1757 in Capt. John Farnum's Co. 
In 1775 was a private in Capt. Nathan Lovejoy's Co. His de- 
scendants have a silver watch given him by an English officer 
in 1756 for his kindness to him while sick with the small-pox. 
He settled in Methuen, Mass., in 1765, and was a farmer on 
part of the Frye lands. He married (i) 2-21-1765, Mehitable 
Robinson of Boxford, Mass., b. , 1743; d. 6-6-1787; 

married (2) 12-6-1787, Phebe, dau. of Alex, and Joanna (Frye) 
Campbell, b. 8-9-1744; d. 7-23-1838. 

Issue, born in Methuen, Mass.: 

484 James, b. 1-12-1766; d. 11-28-1854. 

485 Joanna, b. 8-16-1767; d. 12-6-1810; 

m. 2-27-1783, Benjamin Kimball. 

486 Robinson, b. 5-28-1771; d. 12-5-1816. 

487 Daniel, b. 6-7-1773; d. 10-14-1837; 

m. , Susey Poor. No issue. 



John of Andover 79 

488 Francis, b. 11-24-1776; d. 12-6-1849. 

489 Jeremiah, b, 5-7-1779; d. 1-11-1855. 

490 Hitty, b. 9-4-1781; d. 5-15-1845; 

m. 6-27-1813, Joseph Webster. 

491 John, b. 2-8-1784; d. 11-6-1787, unm. 

492 Joseph, b. 9-4-1786; d. 3-3-1832, 



223. Lt. Jonathan settled first on a farm in Methuen and 
served as Lieutenant in the Continental Army for five years 
from 8-31-1777. He kept a book with the orders of the day at 
the time of Arnold's treason. Some time after the war, he 
moved to Bucksport on a farm. He was drowned in the Penob- 
scot River and the accident is a mystery. He married 11-13- 
1763, Sarah, dau. of Moses and Sarah Pebody of Andover. 

Issue, born in Methuen, Mass.: 

493 Jonathan, b. 12-14-1766; d. 11-5-1783, unm. 

494 Betty, b. 8-24-1768; d. 9-9-1768, unm. 

495 Hannah, b. 9-25-1769; d. 2-9-1795; 

m. , 1794, Benjamin Newman. 

496 Osgood, b. 10-20-1771; d. 1-5-1827. 

497 Charlotte, b. 3-12-1774; d. , 1816; 

m. , 1793, James Potter. 

498 Jonathan, b. 3-18-1784; d. 

499 Sarah, b. 11-1-1786; d. 9-6-1857; 

m. 4-28-1808, Phineas Barnes. 



228. Capt. Frederick was a private in Capt. Benj. Farnum's 
Co., Frye's Reg., at the battle of Bunker Hill, 1-24-1721, he en- 
rolled for three years in Lovejoy's Co. Commissioned Ensign 
in 1781. Was a member of the Society of Cincinnati for the 
State of Mass. In War of 1812 was stationed at Ft. Pickering, 
Salem Harbor. Was a magistrate in Andover. Was first Com- 
mander of Ft. Jay on Governor's Island, N. Y. He married 
5-9-1789, Margaret, dau. of Daniel and Esther (Gardner) Mackey. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass., and Ft. Jay, N. Y.: 

500 Frederick, L. Q. C, b. 4-15-1790; d. 



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501 Daniel Mackey, b. 4-4-1792; d. 2-8-1859. 

502 Nancy Mackey, b. 4-11-1794; d. 7-12-1796, unm. 

503 Charles, b. ; d. y., unm. 

504 Charles, b. ; d. y., unm. 

505 Margaret, b. , 1800; d. 

m. , 1829, Rev. Alexander Forman. 

506 Nancy Mackey, b. , 1806; d. 1-1-1819, unm. 



SIXTH GENERATION 

232. John married Jerusha Barron Swan of Andover, b. 5-22- 
1792; d. 1-15-1843- 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass., and Manchester, N. H.: 

507 Susan Emery, b. 7-17-1810; d. 

m. 9-29-1829, Sylvan Stanley. 

508 Caroline, b. 6-5-1812; d. 2-5-1815, unm. 

509 Elizabeth, b. 4-14-1815; d. 

m. 10-6-1834, Seth F. Ford. 

510 Rebecca A., b. 5-1-1817; d. 

m. (i) , Perkins; m. (2) 

, John C. Church. 

511 Fedelia Swan, b, 2-21-1819; d. 

m. , Benjamin Briggs. 

512 John Clay, b. 9-31-1821; d. 9-27-1821, unm. 

513 John Robert, b. 3-19-1825; d. 1-12-1853, unm. 

234. Nathaniel married 1-21-1810, Prissella, dau. of Henry 
Gray and Deborah (Arnold) Baker of Andover, b. , 

1789; d. 11-2-1838. 

Issue, born in Salem and Boston, Mass.: 

514 Eliza A., b. 12-30-1810; d. 7-9-1876; 

m. 2-10-1842, Henry W. Abbott. 

515 Henry B., b. 3-2-1814; ' d. 3-8-1860, unm. 

516 John, b. 3-9-1816; d. 8-29-1880; 

m. , Lavina Thompson. No issue. 

517 Deborah, b. 1-9-1821; d. , unm. 



John of Andover 81 

240. Enoch was a farmer on the homestead. From boyhood 
he showed an instinctive shrinking from the public eye; partly 
due to constitutional diffidence and partly in late years to 
sorrow over domestic losses. He had a strong will and sound 
common sense and was respected for his integrity, sobriety and 
honorable character. He married 12-30-1830, Mary B., dau. of 
Nathan and Susannah Foster of Andover, b. 8-19-1807; d. 9-12- 
1867. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

518 Enoch H., b, 9-24-1831; d. 10-12-1834, unm. 

519 John, b. 5-4-1833; d. 7-18-1853, unm. 

520 Susan Foster, b. 3-16-1835; d. 

m. 9-14-1858, Rev. James M. Bell. 

521 Mary Elizabeth, b. 12-18-1838; d. 10-11-1840, unm. 

522 Harriet Abby, b. 2-19-1841; d. 

m. lo-i 5-1885, Edward Fisher. 

244. Joseph was a school teacher. He married , 1798, 

Susannah Sargent, dau. of; Symonds and Lydia Baker of An- 
dover, b. 2-22-1767; d. 7-12-1856. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

523 Susan or Sarah, b. 3-29-1800; d. 

m. 8-4-1824, John Hencklieff. 

524 Lydia, b. 7-9-1801; d. 2-26-1802, unm. 

525 Elizabeth, b. 11-16-1803; d. 11-5-1885; 

m. 5-30-1827, Abiel Blanchard. 

526 Lucy, b. 2-26-1807; d. 7-14-1853; 

m. 10-12-1825, George Allen. 

527 Margaret, b. ; d. 10-6-1821, unm. 

249. Joshua married Elizabeth Thompson of Newberryport, 
Mass. 

Issue, born in Newberryport, Mass.: 

528 Samuel M., b. , 1818; d. 

250. Thomas married 11-27-1807, Mary Smith of Salem, Mass. 
Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 



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529 Mary U., b. 10-I-1819; d. 

m. , Bett. 

530 Elizabeth, b. 7-25-1822; d. 8-31-1833. 

255. John was a seaman and accidently killed on the ship Ohio 
at Vera Cruz, Mexico, by a block falling from aloft. He mar- 
ried , Elizabeth 

Issue, born in Boston, Mass.: 

531 Sarah, b. ; d. 

m. , Withern. 



258. Chas. Frederic in 1830 lived in Big Flats, N. Y., and 
was an elder in the church which he helped to build. He 
moved in 1835 to Wellsburg, N. Y., and in 1838 moved to 
Morgan Co., 111., and settled on a farm, living there until his 
death. He married 1-8-1809, Matilda Buck of Chemung, N. Y., 
b. ; d. 8-5-1846. 

Issue, born in Big Flats, N. Y.: 

532 Margaret, b. 3-15-1810; d. 

m. 11-10-1831, Wm. Beard. 

533 Abiel, b. 8-27-1811; d. 10-30-1876; 

m. , 1840, Selushia Magoon. No issue. 

534 Abigail F., b. 7-5-1814; d. 5-4-1852; 

m. 2-11-1838, Levi Van Buskirk. 

535 Phebe Russell, b. 7-21-1816; d. 2-4-1880; 

m. (i) 10-21-1838, Aaron Parker; m. (2) 1-19- 
1851, Saml. Chamberlin. 

536 Louisa M., b. 7-21-1818; d. 

m. 4-6-1852, Nathaniel Lockwood. 

537 Caroline, b. 4-11-1820; d. 

m. 3-27-1842, William Boggs. 

538 Angeline, b. 4-24-1823; d. 2-9-1843; 

m. 10-20-1839, James Ervine. 

539 Dewitt Clinton, b. 10-24-1825; d. 

540 Martha, b. 4-24-1828; d. 

m. (i) 7-5-1846, John Hagear; m. (2) 10-24-1871, 
Lemuel Rounds. 

541 Merritt Harmon, b. 9-18-1831; d. 8-30-1855, unm. 



John of Andover 83 

259. Henry Laurens in 1794 moved with his father's family 
to Chemung, N. Y. He had the reputation of being one of the 
strictly honest men of his time. Was Justice of the Peace for 
many years, as well as most of the other town offices. Was in 
the State Militia, also a general merchant in Wellsburg, N. Y.» 
and Columbia, Pa. Moved to Howell, Mich., in 1842 and died 
there. He married 12-25-1812, Elizabeth, dau. of Judge Henry 
and Mary (Hulse) Wells of Wellsburg, N. Y., b. 5-19-1792; d. i- 
15-1883. 

Issue, born in Wellsburg, N. Y., and Columbia, Pa.: 

542 Mary, b. 5-15-1814; d. , 1887; 

m. 12-25-1837, C. r. Thompson. 

543 Harriet N., b. 9-25-1816; d. 

m. 6-28-1840, Timothy Smith. 

544 Henry W., b. 12-4-1818; d. 6-5-1851, unm. 

545 Sarah, b. 4-12-1821; d. 

m. 1-9-1845, Hon. G. W. Kneeland. 

546 Benjamin F., b. 9-10-1823; d. , 1870; 

m. , 1858, N. M. Kent. No issue. 

547 Elizabeth, b. 9-25-1825; d. 

m. , 1850, A. F Field. 

548 Horace G. W., b. 8-8-1828; d. 

549 Charlotte A., b. 4-12-1833; d. 

m. , i860, J. M. C. Bennett. 

260. Alfred married 12-2-1819, Harriet Wyncoop, b. 
; d. 

Issue, born in Chemung, N. Y.: 

550 Delia, b. , 1822; d. 12-11-1839, unm. 

551 Albert G., b. 1-12-1824; d. 8-9-1894. 

552 Alonzo F., b. , 1826; d. 

553 Myra J., b. , 1831; d. 

m. , 1862, Horace G. W. Frye (548). 

270. Abiel married , 1802, Betsy, dau. of Henry and 

Sarah Gordon of Andover, Mass., b. 5-2-1765; d. 

Issue, born in Fryeburg, Me.: 

554 Elizabeth, b. 11-9-1803; d. 6-16-1864; 

m. , Asa Smith. 



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555 John, b. 3-29-1807; d. 1-3-1883, unm. 

556 Abiel, b. 2-7-1809; d. 3-31-1836, unm. 

276. John Hancock married 12-25-1817, Mehitable Frye (306). 
Issue, born in Fryeburg, Me.: 

557 Caroline Johnson, b. 10-10-1818; d. 8-23-1902; 

m. 11-5-1845, Henry Walker. 

558 Sophia Mehitable, b. 8-28-1820; d. 

m. 1-9-1858, J. A. Trumbolt. 

559 Lydia Amanda, b. 11-11-1822; d. , 1885; 

m. 5-3-1856, J. N. Antheen. 

560 Cornelia Chadwick, b. 12-13-1824; d. 

m. 12-1-1846, Geo. S. Farnsworth. 

277. Geo. Washington married Lucy, dau. of , 
b. ; d. 

Issue, born in Claiborne, Ala.: 

561 John Hancock, b. ; d. 

562 Lucy Susannah, b. ; d. 

279. Isaac enlisted in the army, 4-1-1814, and died in Buffalo 
in September. He married 6-19-1794, Hannah, dau. of Joseph 
and Abigail Phelps of Wilton, N. H., b. , d. 

Issue, born in Wilton, N. H.: 

563 Isaac, b. , 1798; d. 6-25-1883. 

564 Luther B., b. 1-21-1800; d. 

565 Hannah, b. , 1802; d. 7-10-1850; 

m. 6-1-1825, Herman Pettengill. 

566 John, b. 4-19-1805; d. 12-5-1862. 

567 Joseph, b. , 1809; d. 

283. Capt. Timothy Holt settled in Landgrave, Vt., in 1809, 
where he was Captain of a company of cavalry in 1818. He 
was a farmer and moved to Weld, Me., in 1822. He married 
1-8-1809, Rachel Holt of Wilton, b. 2-7-1793; d. 3-21-18 . 

Issue, born in Landgrave, Vt.: 



John of Andover 85 

568 Timothy Holt, b. 10-19-1809; d. 4-29-1900; 

m. 5-24-1855, Lucy Steavens. No issue. 

569 Jacob, b. 8-19-1811; d. ,1856. 

570 Abiah Holt, b. 7-25 1813; d. , 1856; 

m. 9-1-1851, James Cuningham. 

571 Rachel, b. 4-25-1816; d. 10-10-1839, unm. 

572 Jerome, b. 10-19-1819; d. 

284. Joshua married (i) , Lavina Farrington of 

Hubbardston, Mass., b. 3-4-1784; d. 8-27-1815; married (2) 5- 
19-1831, Lucy Jones, b. 4-17-1787; d. 12-17-1875. 

Issue, born in Brooklin and Athens, Vt.: 

573 Betsy, b. 9-6-1807; d. 6-5-1885; 

m. 10-1-1840, Joseph Holt. 

574 Abiel Holt, b. 6-18-1809; d. 6-21-1886. 

575 Harvey Farrington, b. 7-16-1814; d. 1-12-1896. 

287. Alfred married (i) 8-19-1817, Lucy Farington of Albins, 
Vt., b. 7-9-1800; d. 12-12-1835; married (2) , Betsy 

Blanchard of Milford, N. H., b. 7-9-1801; d. 2-11-1863. 

Issue, born in Greenfield, N. H.: 

576 Morris, b. 5-21-1818; d. 4-4-1900; 

m. 5-13-1842, Prudence Abbott. No issue. 

577 Emily, b. 7-9-1820; d. 6-17-1876; 

m. 4-11-1841, Joshua Rideout. 

578 Laury, b. 5-14-1824; d. 12-27-1909; 

m. 3-30-1862, Jesse O. Robinson. 

579 Isaac F., b. 9-21-1830; d. 7-30-1864, unm. 

580 Timothy Holt, b. 9-16-1838; d. 8-6-1917. 

289. Lt. Joseph moved in 1789 to Marietta, O., and in 1805 to 
Waterford, O. He was appointed Lieutenant in the 1st Reg. 
of State Militia 6-15-1801. Was Justice of Peace from 9-27- 
1812. He was a man of amiable and kindly disposition, a 
member of good standing of the Masonic Fraternity. Was a 
farmer and teacher and never indulged in profanity. He mar- 
ried 12-22-1805, Sally, dau. of Dr. Saml. Baker of Waterford, O., 
b. 3-31-1781; d. 2-12-1812. 



86 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in Waterford, O.: 

581 Sophia, b. 10-6-1806 

582 Rhoda Ann, b. 5-23-1809 

m. 4-8-1830, John Wilkins. 

583 Joseph, b. 7-16-1811; d. 9-24-1 



d. 10-23-1823, unm. 
d. , 1862; 



294. Dean, at the age of about 14 years, went to Saccarappa, 
Me., to learn the trade of clothier and cloth dresser, which he 
accomplished at 21, then went into the lumber business for a 
number of years, failed in 1810, went to Brunswick in 1814 and 
took charge of finishing broadcloth at the Brunswick Mfg. Co. 
In 1819 went to Lewiston in the lumber business, wool carding 
and cloth dressing. He was a good scholar, penman and 
singer and a very active man but not wealthy, for he gave so 
much to the needy. He married Joanna, dau. of Pelletier and 
Mary (Goowin) March of Falmouth, Me., b. , 1776; 

d. 6-13-1850. 
Issue, born in Saccarappa and Topsham, Me.: 

584 Sophia, b. 11- -1800; d. 4- -1865; 

m. , Asa Garceleon. 

585 John March, b. 11-28-1802; d. 1-1-1885. 

586 Caroline, b. , 1804; d. 12-24-1838; 

m. i-i 5-1829, Edward P. Toby. 

587 Wm. Robinson, b. 8- -1806; d. 3- -1865. 

588 Sarah Haskell, b. 9-15-1809; d. 

m. 9-1 5-1832, Col. Temple Tibbetts. 

589 Mary March, b. , 1812; d. 11-5-1835, unm. 

590 Joseph Dean, b. , 1815; d. 6-7-1838, unm. 

298. Joseph married 

Issue, born in Fryeburg, Me.: 

591 Stephen F., b. 2-24-1824; d. 

592 Joseph, b. 1-28-1832; d. 

593 Richard, b. 3-27-1834; d. 

594 W. H. Harrison, b. 6-24-1840; d. 

299. Richard married 

Issue, born in Fryeburg, Me.: 

595 Samuel, b. 12-16-1829; d. 



John of Andover 87 

300. Hon. William was a lawyer and State Senator in Maine 
for several years. He married 9-28-1828, Lois, dau. of Simon 
and Hannah (Abbott) Twichell. 

Issue, born in Bethel, Me.: 

596 Richard Abbott, b. 7-22-1829; d. 1-5-1900. 

597 Sarah J., b. 3-14-1831; d. 6-14-1833, unm. 

598 Martha, b. 3-24-1833; d. 

m. 6-3-1859, James S. Lane. 

599 Sarah Jane, b. 7-18-1834; d. 

m. , 1855, Joseph Y. Bakeman. 

600 Amanda Abbott, b. 7-30-1835; d. 

m. 7-22-1880, Dr. John A. Martin, 

601 William C, b. 10-2-1839; d. 11-27-1885. 

602 Joseph M., b. 10-19-1841; d. 

603 Marietta F., b. 7-16-1844; d. 

m. 7-19-1882, Wm. Waite. 

302. Nathaniel was in the employ of the U. S. Government 
from 179S to his death in 1856. Clerk in the Paymaster 
General's office, and under President Thos. Q. Adams was 
made Chief Clerk. He married a sister of Pres. Adams' wife, 
Caroline Virginia Marylander, dau. of Joshua Johnson. She 
was a widow of C. V. M, Buchanan when he married her 
in 1819. 

Issue, born in Washington, D. C: 

604 Thomas Baker Johnson, b. 6-24-1820; d. , 1888. 

305. Frederick married 1-7-1819, Mary Ann, dau. of Dr. 
Moses and Sally (Goodwin) Chandler. 

Issue, born in Fryeburg, Me.: 

605 Martha, b. 12-6-1819; d. 2.18-1862, unm. 

606 Caleb, b. 10-29-1821; d. , unm. 

607 Fredrick N., b. 2-23-1824; d. , 1902, unm. 

308. Capt. Isaac married 2-12-1824, Anne, dau. of Col. John 
Webster. 

Issue, born in Fryeburg, Me.: 



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608 Chas. Webster, b. 5-7-1827; d. 4-24-1898, unm. 

609 Jane Webster, b. 9.30-1831 ; d. 

m. 10-6-1886, Henry A. Coolidge. 

610 Amos Cook, b. 5-26-1836; d. 1-4-1898. 

310. Dr. Samuel married , Anna Mowatt of St. 

Andrews, N. B. 

Issue, born in St. Andrews, N. B.: 

611 Charles J., b. 6-8-1814; d. 

612 Henry, b. 4-15-1818; d. 

314. Ebenezer married 12-5-1793, Polly Noyse of Pembroke, 
N. H.: 

Issue, born in Pembroke and Concord, N. H.: 

613 Ebenezer, b. , 1795; d. 4-4-1823. 

614 Jedediah, b. , 1797; d. , 1817. 

615 Elizabeth, b. , 1799; d. , 1814, unm. 

616 John B., b. 4-14-1803; d. 10-18-1879. 

617 Nancy R., b. 5-13-1805; d. 

m. , Wm. J. Whitney. 

618 Huldah E., b. 6-12-1807; d. 

315. Jesse moved from Bath, N. H., to Buffalo in 181 1 and 
in 1812 to the wilderness on Cattaraugus Creek, afterward called 
Concord. He cleared a farm and in 1818 moved to the high 
lands near by, where he and his sons cleared a good farm 
and made money. He married 2-12-1798, Betsy Noyse of 
Pembroke, N. H. 

Issue, born in Bath, N. H., and Concord, N. Y.: 

619 Enoch N., b. 3-30-1800; d. 

620 James, b. 6-10-1802; d. 

m. , Lawrie Cook. No issue. 

621 Moses M., b. 9-26-1804; d. 

622 Sarah, b. 12-13-1809; d. 

m. , 1833, Thos. Little. 

623 Jesse, b. 2-15-1813; d. 



John of Andover 89 

317. RoBiE was a pioneer farmer and country squire. Previous 
to 1809 had lived in Castine, Me., and Northport, Me. He 
bought land direct from the heirs of Gen. Waldo, known as the 
Waldo patent (from King George III) in Montville, Me., where 
he lived until 1857, when he moved to Belfast, Me., where he 
died. His Montville property of 400 acres was taken over by 
his son Jesse and is still held by the family. He married (i) 
12-10-1807, Lucy, dau. of Jesse Holbrook of Northport, Me., 
b. ; d. 7-4-1852; married (2) 7-31-1853, Eliza Cush- 
man of Morrill, Me. 

Issue, born in Montville, Me.: 

624 Lucy, b. 11-11-1808; d. 9-6-1886; 

m. 2-12-1829, Rev. Thos. B. Robinson. 

625 Robie Baker, b. 6-29-1810; d. 9-23-1831, unm 

626 Susan Gale, b. 7-3-1812; d. 1-6-1884, unm. 

627 Fedelia Addison, b. 5-4-1814; d. 8-21-1907; 

m. 10-20-1841, C. P. Carter. 

628 Jesse Holbrook, b. 3-20-1819; d. 10-27-1903. 

629 Harriet Lawrence, b. 4-23-1823; d. 8-27-1825, unm. 

630 Harriet Lawrence, b. 9-19-1825; d. 11-8-1857, unm. 

631 Wakefield Gale, b. 12-20-1826; d. 8-14-1893. 

318. Capt. Amos was a sea captain for many years in com- 
mand of a ship. He died at Belfast Me. He married i-io- 
1810, Mercy Collier of Northport, Me. 

Issue, born in Montville and Northport, Me.: 

632 Amos, Jr., b. 3-31-1812; d. 

633 Abby, b. 5-28-1815; d. 1-25-1850; 

m. II-24-1847, Andrew Brown. 

634 Eliza, b. 7-23-1817; d. 9-4-1849, unm. 

635 John C, b. 6-10-1820; d. 

636 Eben E., b. 6-2-1823; d. 

m. , Roxy A. Clark. No issue. 

637 Lucinda G., b. 4-14-1826; d. 3-18-1852; 

m. 12-27-1849, William Sawier. 

638 Cascilda, b. 3-3-1829; d. 

m. 12-2-1857, Walter Sawier. 

639 William M., b. 6-18-1832; d. , unm. 



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319. Jonathan married 11-25-1813, Mercy Wilson of Unity, Me. 
Issue, born in Northport, Me.: 

640 Jonathan L., b. 2-23-1815; d. 

641 Joseph B., b. 4-11-1817; d. 

642 Sarah Maria, b. 9-23-1819; d. 

m. , Amos Boynton. 

643 Benjamin F., b. 12-18-1821; d. 

644 Lucy Ann, b. 8-3-1824; d. 

m. , Abel Bennet. 

645 Celia J., b. 8-31-1826; d. 

m. 5-1-1851, William W. Woods. 

646 Esther, b. 4-9-1829; d. 

321. James Gould married 6-22.1795, Mary Leavitt of Deer- 
field, Me., b. 3-17-1776; d. 9-31. 1858. 

Issue, born in Deerfield, Me.: 

647 Polly, b. 11-3-1796; d. 5- -1881; 

m. 3-1-1820, Daniel Sanborn. 

648 David, b. 10-7-1798; d. 7-31-1872. 

649 John, b. 5-13-1801; d. 4-10-1880, unm. 

650 Nathaniel, b. 8-4-1803; d. 

651 Dudley, b. 8-5-1805; d. 3-11-1806, unm. 

652 Dudley, b. 2-27-1808; d. , unm. 

653 James, b. 7-5-1810; d. 12-10-1876. 

654 Ploony, b. 8-27-1812; d. 10-18-1820, unm. 

655 Daniel F., b. II-7-1814; d. 10-11-1867. 

656 Peter G., b. 10-1-1817; d. 10-9-1897. 

327. John married 1-1-1798, Mehitable Brown of Concord, Vt. 
Issue, born in Concord, Vt.: 



657 Harvey G., 


b. 10-23-1798; 


d. 


658 John, 


b. 8-2-1800; 


d. 


659 Henry B., 


b. 2-11-1802; 


d. 9-1-1854. 


660 Hiram, 


b. 8-3-1804; 


d. 3-28-1860. 


661 Chauncey, 


b. 11-9-1806; 


d. 


662 Mehitable, 


b. 9-17-1809; 


d. 6-6-1814, unm, 


663 Ebenezer, 


b. 5-6-1812; 


d. 



John of Andover 



91 



332. Joseph married 1.31-1832, Nancy C. Perkins of Guildhall, 
Vt. 

Issue, born in Waterford and Concord, Vt.: 

664 Perkins Z., b. 11-19-1829; d. 

665 Nancy A., b. 10-28-1831; d. 

m. 5-2-1850, R. C. Johnson. 

666 John C, b. 7-25-1833; d. 4-25-1906. 

667 Joseph S., b. 7-3-1835; d. 

668 Ophelia C, b. 11-7-1837; d. , unm. 

669 Dulcania E., b. 2-23-1840; d. 

m. 7-4-1864, Hale Mason. 

670 Emma A., b. 6-20-1842; d. , unm. 



336. David married (i) 4-30-1826, Betsey Joslin of Kirby, Vt.; 
married (2) 2-6-1832, Phebe Streeter of Concord, Vt. 

Issue, born in Concord, Vt.: 

671 Albert J., b. 12-7-1826; d. 

672 James N., b. 10-3-1828; d. 12-3-1904. 

673 Betsy A., b, 12-7-1829; d. 

674 Nancy S., b. 1-31-1834; d. 

675 Mary, b. 5-2-1836; d. 

676 Emeline, b. 6-10-1837; d. 

677 Derva B., b. 10-28-1839; d. 

678 David M.. b. 11-27-1841; d. 



340. Asa 
Wildman. 



was a painter and married 10-30-1820, Rebecca 



Issue, born in Morrisville, N. Y.: 

679 Mary, b. 9-11-1821; d. 

680 John Douglass, b. 3-11-1824; d. 

681 Philander, b. 2-7-1826; d. 

682 Harriet, b. 1-7-1828; d. 

m. 12-30-1846, Joseph Eastman, 

683 Morris, b. 1-30-1831; d. 

684 Loretta, b. 10-30-1834; d. 

685 Benjamin, b. 3-11-1837; d. 

686 Chas. Henry, b. 8-9-1841; d. 



unm. 



1909; 



92 Frye Genealogy 

343. Benjamin was a farmer and said to be punctual, benevo- 
lent, temperate and kind to the poor. He held every ofifice of 
honor or profit in Royalston, Mass. Was Town Treasurer for 
15 years, and twice elected to Legislature, in his last term was 
one of the monitors of the House. He was tall and erect but 
never very robust. He married 11-6-1836, Miranda, dau. of 
Peter Barton of Croyden, N. H. 

Issue, born in Royalston, Mass.: 

687 George E., b. 8-18-1837; d. 5-2-1868, unm. 

688 Rosetta M., b. 12-14-1839; d. 

689 Benjamin A., b. 5-10-1841; d. 

690 Mary J., b. 6-29-1843; d. 

691 Martha A., b. 3-26-1846; d. 

692 William W., b. 11-30-1848; d. 

693 Franklin B,, b. 4-13-1856; d. 

344. John was a farmer and married 1-30-1823, Lucinda Ken- 
dall. 

Issue, born in Royalston, Mass.: 

694 Ardelia B., b. 11-16-1823; d. 1-7-1862; 

m. 5-7-1846, Ezra A. Cheney. 

695 Clarissa E., b. 5-8-1826; d. 2-27-1860, unm. 

696 John K., b. 9-27-1834; d. 

346. David Wheeler married 11-16-1837, Judith Malley of 
Croydon, N. H. 

Issue, born in Croydon, N. H.: 

697 Jane Rebecca, b. 1-9-1839; d. 

m. 4-17-1858, Lt. Alfred Mines. 

698 Napolian B., b. 8-1-1841; d. 

699 Francis M., b. 1-4-1843; d. 

700 Ellen M., b. 4-25-1845; d. 

m. 8-3-1868, Percy J. Mines. 

701 Nauson B., b. 6-29-1847; d. 

702 Elizabeth A., b. 6-18-1849; d. 

m. lo-i 5-1884, George D. Harlow. 

703 Norman B., b. 9-18-1852; d. 



John of Andover 



93 



355. William was a miller and a large, stout man, with sandy 
complexion and blue eyes. Of amiable disposition and uni- 
versally respected. He married (i) 8-9-1798, Sarah Marshall, 
b. 11-9-1778; d. 8-17-1812; married (2) 10-25-1813, Anna Buffum 
of Salem, Mass., b. 11-29-1789; d. 12-20-1870. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

704 Daniel, b. 2-16-1799; d. , 1882. 

705 John, b. 10-4-1801; d. 

706 Joseph S., b.fi-io-1802; d. 

707 Tamson b. 10- 14- 1803; d. 

708 Lucy, b. 6-2-1805; d. 

709 son, b. ; d. 

710 dau., b. ; d. 

711 William, b. 6-13-1810; 

712 Philip, b. 4-17-1812; 

713 Sarah, b. 12-27-1814; 

714 Mary Chase, b. 4-16-1816; 

715 Caleb Buffum, b. 2-16-1818; 

716 James B., b. 5-9-1820; 

717 Ann Buffum, b. 3-3-1822; 

718 Stephen N., b. 3-12-1824; 

719 Catherine, b. 9-2-1826; 

m. (I) 

9-23-1885, Joseph M. Hanson. 

720 Peace B., b. 8-3-1828; d. 9-22-1846. 

721 Alfred, b. 12-18-1830; d. 12-26-1864 

722 son, b. ; d. y. 



6-30-1882. 



y- 
y- 

d. 1-22-1866. 
d. 6-30-1867. 
d. 10-6-1903, unm. 
d. 7-19-1873. 
d. 3-20-1842, unm. 
d. 4-6-1903. 
d. 3-9-1854. 
d. 10-12-1888. 
d. 1-31-1907; 
Chas. G. Pinkham; m. (2) 



362. Capt. Benjamin was a sea captain and married 



i^overt. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 




723 Henry Lovett, b. 


; d. 


724 Frederick, b. 


; d. 


725 Betsy Lovett, b. 


; d. 


726 Sarah, b. 


; d. 


m. 


Whales. 


727 Martha, b. 


; d. 



94 Frye Genealogy 

366. Capt. Nathan was a sea captain and had protection at 
the Custom House, Salem, 5-17-1804. He married Mary, dau. 
of Levi Lane of Gloucester, Mass., b. ; d. 6-24-1848. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

728 Nathan T., b. 12-10-1817; d. 6-15-1882. 

729 Joseph, b. 11-22-1819; d. 10-7-1892. 

730 William, b. 4-29-1822; d. 9-4-1895. 

731 Henry F., b. 10-21-1827; d. 9-24-1846, unm. 

370. Nathan was a sea captain and had protection of the 
Custom House, Salem, 4-23-1801, sailed in May. He married 
6-14-1812, Ann Reed of Salem, Mass. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

732 Lydia Ann, b. 10-22-1813; d. 7-9-1896; 

m. 6-14-1846, Thos. B. Russell. 

733 Nathan Augustus, b. 11-25-1815; d. 1-5-1868. 

734 Daniel, b. 3-7-1817; d. 10-6-1817, unm. 

735 Daniel Ormond, b. 11-21-1820; d. 8-15-1843. 

371 William married , Mary McLuUend. 

Issue, born in : 

736 Oliver H. Perry, b. 9-14-1818; d. 

737 William A. O., b.-;9-i4-i8i9; d. , 1836, unm. 

738 John N., b. 10-14-1821; d. 7-3-1832, unm. 

739 Mary McLullend, b. 12-27-1823; d. 

m. , 1843, Wm. H. Miller. 

740 Emeline M. V., b. 3-28-1830; d. 

m. (I) , 1848, Thos. W. Fox; m. (2) 

, 1858, Peter F. Johnson. 

373. John Nutting married , Harriet Archer. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

741 William Archer, b. 7-17-1821; d. 

742 John Nutting, b. 11-8-1823; d. , 1855, unm. 

743 Hannah Dimon F., b. 11-23-1825; d. 12-8-1830, unm. 

744 Nathan, b. 12-8-1827; d. 2-7-1833, unm. 



John of Andover 95 

745 Oliver Augustus, b. 6-4-1830; d. 1-29-1833, unm. 

746 Lucy Maria, b. 1-29-1832; d. 

747 George Henry, b. 8-16-1834; d. 

748 Edwin A., b. 3-6-1837; d. 

749 Matilda Silvia, b. 6-26- 1839; d. 

750 Daniel Marston, b. 3-6-1842; d. 

380. George Bradish was a printer, served his time in the 
register office; after moving to Ohio he was in the drug business. 
He married 5-25-1836, Ann M. T., dau. of Gen. R. M. Young 
of Franklin, Ohio. 

Issue, born in Piqua, O.: 

751 Mary A. Bradish, b. 3-19-1837; d. 

752 Lucretia A. B., b. 4-23-1839; d. 

753 George Bradish, b. 6-12-1841; d. 

754 Joseph T., b. 3-16-1844; d. 11-30-1846, unm. 

755 Harry S., b. 4-2-1856; d. 



382. Isaac Watts served his time as a printer on the Ports- 
mouth Gazette, in 1830 he went to Boston and worked many 
years on the Boston Courier in all departments and became 
assistant editor before the paper closed its career. Then he 
went to the Boston Journal of Commerce, and remained until 
his death. The editor spoke of him as one of the best informed 
newspaper men he had ever known, who could turn his hand to 
anything required and always with ability. He married (i) 
, 1835, Lydia, dau. of Benj. and Annable Allyn of 
Barnstable, Mass., b. 3-13-1809; d. 1-7-1840; married (2) 

, Margaret A. C., dau. of Richard and Mary (Choate) 
Pickett of Newburyport, Mass., b. 8-29-1819; d. 2-28-1856. 

Issue, born in Boston, Mass.: 

756 Ellen, b. 2-4-1836; d. 

m. , 1861, Chas. H. C. Brown. 

757 Henry, b. 5-5-1838; d. 9-3-1841, unm. 

758 Lydia, b. , 1840; d. 1-12-1840, unm. 

759 Mary Pickett, b. 6-28-1849; d. 

760 Serena Johnson, b. 8-1 5-1852; d. 



96 Frye Genealogy 

385. William T., was a cooper and employed in the U. S. Navy 
Yard at Portsmouth, N. H. He married 8-28-1838, Marie 
Louisa Bell of Newcastle, N. H. 

Issue, born in Portsmouth, N. H.: 

761 Mary Elizabeth, b, 10-22-1839; d. 

762 William Henry, b. 8-11-1841; d. 9-26-1854, unm. 

763 Samuel Bowles, b. 8-3-1843; d. 

764 Ellen Maria, b. 11-15-1845; d. 

765 James K. Polk, b. 6-23-1849; d. 

766 Florentine Lucilla, b. 8-18-1851; d. 

386. Isaac when a young man went to Lynn, Mass., then to 
Cape Cod where he married and lived for ten years, then re- 
turned to Lynn where he lived until his death. He married 

, Anna Bowman of Falmouth, Mass. 

Issue, born in Cape Cod and Lynn, Mass.: 

767 Isaac Hacker, b. , 1824; d. 

m. 1-21-1846, Julia A. Graves. No issue. 

768 Martha Boman, b. , 1826; d. , 1826, unm. 

769 Martha Boman, b. 10-19-1829; d. 

770 Benjamin Boman, b. , 1830; d. , 1830, unm. 

771 Martha Lander, b. 9-1-1831; d. 

m. 12-30-1849, James H. Thompson. 

772 Benjamin Lander, b. 12-8-1833; d. 9-22-1834, unm. 

773 Benjamin Lander, b. 1-8-1837; d. 10-5-1837, unm. 

774 Abba, b. 5-1-1843; d. 9-3-1843, unm. 

775 Mary, b. , 1846; d. , unm. 

394. William married 9-19-1832, Susan, dau. of Nathaniel and 
Mehitable (Foster) Holt of Andover, Mass. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

776 Harriet Elizabeth, b. 10-7-1832; d. 

m. 8-8-1856, Greenlief Moody. 
'J']'] Martha Ann, b. 9-9-1834; d. 

778 Sarah Mehitable, b. 8-31-1836; d. 

779 Lucy Maria, b. 12-29-1838; d. 

780 Susan Caroline, b. 9-29-1842; d. 



John of Andover 97 

396. Philip went to Pennsylvania about 1835. He married 
, Elizabeth Rovvell of Salem, Mass. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 



781 William, 


b. 


; d. 


782 Caroline, 


b. 


; d. 


m. 




, Asa Bickford. 


783 Elizabeth, 


b. 


; d. 


784 Marion, 


b. 


; d. 


785 Lucy Ann, 


b. 


; d. 


m. 




, Chas. Daniels. 



401. Enoch was a clothier and a farmer, living in Frye Village, 
He was Ensign in the Third Reg., Second Brig., Second Div., 
Mass., in 1807. He married 8-2-1798, Mary, dau. of Isaac and 
Mary Shattuck of Andover, Mass. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

786 Enoch, b. 1-22-1799; d. 4-22-1886. 

787 Mary, b. 5-16-1801; d. 11-29-1877; 

m. , 1853, John Putman. 

788 Hermon, b. 4-4-1803; d. 10-5-1856 

789 Phebe Shattuck, b. 11-2-1804; d. 11-1-1892, unm. 

790 Andrew L.. b. 2-18-1806; d. lo-i 5-1809, unm. 

791 Isaac, b. 3-31-1809; d. 2-19-1886. 

792 Andrew L., b. 10-4-1811; d. 

793 Theophilus, b. 4-15-1815; d. 

794 Elizabeth, b. 9-18-1818; d. 2-2-1859; 

m. 9-22-1836, John Page. 

403. Theophilus was a miller. In 1811 he moved to Salem, 
Mass. Enlisted as a private in Col. Miller's Reg. in War of 
1812 and died in Camp in Sacketts Harbor, N. Y. He married 
9-19-1795, Fanny, dau. of Zebadiah and Lucy Chandler of An- 
dover. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

795 Oren, b. 7-23-1802; d. 7-21-1837. 

796 Fanny, b. 2-17-1804; d. , 1810, unm. 

797 Gates Ford, b. 6-29-1810; d. 11-18-1875. 



98 Frye Genealogy 

405. Samuel married 3-5-1805, Mary, dau. of James and Mary 
Bridges of Andover, b. 9-21-1786; d. 6-6-1858. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

798 Jonathan, b. 6-26-1805; d. , 1850. 

799 Mary Montgomery, b. 4-12-1807; d. 7-17-1889; 

m. 9-26-183 1, Chas. G. Morrison. 

800 Addington Davenport, b. 11-4-1808; d. 9-27-1889. 

801 Henry, b. 10-4-1810; d. , 1879. 

802 Hiram, b. 9-4-1812; d. 

803 Jedithan, b. 10-11-1815; d. 

804 Triphenia, b. 8-19-1818; d. , 1849; 

m. 10-3-1837, Francis Edwards. 

407. Reuben was a stone and brick mason. Served with the 
troops in the Boston Harbor in the War of 1812. He was for 
some years Capt. of an Artillery Co. in Andover, a very active 
officer and a good disciplinarian. He moved to Lowell in 
1838, and was a prominent Free Mason. He married 9-9-1813, 
Hannah Frye (413). 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

805 Hannah, b. 1-1-1814; d. 1-22-1850; 

m. 4-16-1835, Job Cole. 

806 Lucy, b. 3-13-1816; d. 4-19-1872; 

m. , 185 1, Job Cole. 

807 Reuben, b. 5-5-1819; d. 9-14-1821, unm. 

808 Frederick, b. 7-13-1820; d. 9-9-1821, unm. 

809 Reuben, b, 7-20-1822; d. 9-22-1873, unm. 

810 Frederick Lafayette, b. 10-22-1824; d. 6-6-1898. 

811 George, b. 10-18-1826; d. 2-16-1882. 

812 Mary Ann, b. 9-27-1828; d. 12-27-1859, unm. 

813 Albert, b. , 1830; d. 10-30-1852, unm. 

814 son, b. 10-29-1832; d. 12-25-1832, unm. 

815 Elizabeth Holton, b. 7-22-1834; d. 10-2-1861, unm. 

816 Sarah Louise, b. 2-1-1838; d. 7-23-1855, unm. 

408. James served his time with Major Walker as a millwright, 
moved to New York City in 1815, and was for a number of 
years foreman of Engine No. 9 in the New York Fire Dept. 



John of Andover 99 

In 1826 he returned to Andover and died there. He was a 
good citizen and a man universally respected. He married 4- 
19-1817, Elsie Du B., dau. of Zebulen and Sarah (Du Bois) 
Houston of Orange Co., N. Y., b. 11-21-1793; d. 7-31-1880. 

Issue, born in New York City and Andover, Mass.: 

817 Sarah, b. 1-25-1818; d. 4-4-1818, unm. 

818 Theophilus C, b. 8-25-1819; d. 10-17-1907, unm. 

819 Cornelia, b. 10-2-1823; d. 4-7-1833, unm. 

820 James Harvey, b. 9-19-1825; d. 5-13-1876, unm. 

821 Anson Houson, b 7-18-1827; d. 2-12-1833, unm. 

822 Ann Eliza, b. 9-26-1829; d. 4-2-1833, unm. 

823 Elsie Etta, b. 2-16-1832; d. 

m. 9-13-1858, Rev. Clarkson Miles. 

824 Josephine Houston, b. 2-7-1836; d. 3-3-1860, unm. 

409. Jonathan went to St. Louis in 1818 and then to Greggs- 
ville. 111., and died there. He was a merchant miller, lived two 
years in California. In politics he was a Whig and then a 
Democrat. He married 6-15-1822, Caroline Disbury of 111. 

Issue, born in Greggsville, 111.: 

825 George W., b. 7-4-1825; 

826 Samuel A., b. 9-15-1830; 

827 Jonathan L., b. 5-31-1833; 

828 Mary Jane, b. 8-15-1835; 

m. 1-6-1856, Henry Noyse. 

829 Louis Julius, b. 12-24-1839; 

830 Francis, b. 4-19-1843; 

831 Eliza, b. 7-26-1845; 

832 William, b. 7-10-1849; 

412, Samuel was a cord wainer and married 12-3-1818, Mary, 
dau. of Caleb and Abigail Richardson of Andover, Mass., b. 6- 
14-1797; d. 11-7-1885. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass., and New York City: 

833 Mary Ann, b. 9-25-1819; d. 9-19-1850; 

m. 10-14-1843, Rev. Worcester Willy. 

834 Louisa, b, 4-7-1821; d. 2-12-1883; 

m. 8-14-1850, Stacy R. Bott. 



d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 


, 1856. 


d. 

d. 
d. 


, unm. 
7-27-1861, unm. 


d. 


, unm. 



100 Frye Genealogy 

835 Samuel Charles, b. 12-15-1822; d. 1-21-1896. 

414. Nathaniel married 9-30-1818, Lucy Barry of Lynn, Mass. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass., Hudson, N. Y., and Lynn, 
Mass.: 

836 Otis Charles, b. 4-1-1819; d. 

837 Susan Poor, b. 4-2-182 1; d. 

m. 9-5-1847, John Spinny. 

838 Warren Barry, b. 5-12-1824; d. 9-10-1825, unm. 

839 Nestor M., b. 8-27-1827; d. 

840 Lucy Brimblecom, b. 1-20-1830; d. 

m. 7-24-1849, Sidney Parrot. 

841 William, b. 7-3-1832; d. 

420. Stephen was a cord wainer and a farmer. He married (i) 
10-I-1829, Mary E., dau. of David and Dorothy (Abbott) George 
of Concord, N. H., b. 7-22-1812; d. 3-19-1839; married (2) 2-13- 
1840, Emily George, b. ; d. 5-23-1862. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

842 Stephen Warren, b. 7-9-1830; d. 2-2-1860. 

843 Harrison, b. 6-15-1832; d. , 1856, unm. 

844 Mary Francis, b. 3-1-1838; d. 10-18-1858; 

m. 12-5-1857, Farnum Abbott. 

845 Susan Poor, b. 10-18-1842; d. , 1875; 

m. , 1858, John Homer. 

846 Newton George, b. 6-17-1844; d. 3-29-1863, unm. 

847 Ella, b. 5-13-1846; d. 

848 Clifford Burton, b. 6-6-185 1 ; d. 

423. Capt. Nathan as a boy entered the Marland Woolen 
Mills, became superintendent, part owner and then president 
in Andover, Mass. Retired in 1875. ^^^ many years a Direc- 
tor of the Andover Nat. Bank and the Merrimac Mutual Fire 
Ins. Co. Also a prominent Mason. He married 4-4-1833, 
Amanda, dau. of Jonathan and Sarah Gleason of Andover, 
Mass., b. 10-14-1807; d. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

849 Charles Horatio, b. 1-25-1835; d. 9-11-1897. 

850 William, b. 2-12-1840; d. 11-28-1894, unm. 



John of Andover 101 

424. Amos was a farmer and manufacturer of bricks. He was 
Representative to the N. H. Legislature for several years. He 
married (i) , 1818, Laura Straw; married (2) 11-2-1843, 
Nancy Straw, sister of Laura, of Hopkinton, N. H. 

Issue, born in Concord, N. H.: 

851 Mary B., b. 3-20-1819; d. 7-10-1867; 

m. , Sylvester Currier. 

852 Martha, b. 6-19-1820; d. 1-19-1904; 

m. , Ramis Nadean. 

853 George, b. 6-1-1822; d. 3-11-1885. 

854 Orrin G., b. 10-12-1824; d. 10-12-1869; 

855 James Straw, b. 11-12-1825; d. 

856 Laura Ann, b. 5-18-1827; d. 10-20-1869, unm. 

857 Julia F., b. 2-14-1829; d. , 1903. 

858 Harriett E., b. 11-22-1830; d. , 1900, unm 

859 Amos, b. 8-18-1832; d. 

860 William Franklin, b. 9-6-1834; d. 

861 , b. ; d. y. 

425. John was well known as "Sexton John" or "Bellringer 
John," having served the N. Andover Parish faithfully and re- 
spected by all. He married 9-12-1830, Deborah Holt of An- 
dover, Mass. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

862 Ebenezer, b. 11-7-1830; d. 11-17-1830, unm. 

863 Fidelia, b. 3-3-1833; d. 

864 Hannah Eliza, b. 3-11-1836; d. 

865 Phebc Frances, b. 2-7-1840; d. 

430. Zachariah married 9-27-1814, Sarah Houghton of An- 
dover, Mass. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

866 Susan, b. 9-17-1815; d. 9-21-1815, unm. 

867 Sarah, b. 6-25-1816; d. 1-I-1905; 

m. , David Roberts. 

868 George A., b. 10-6-1819; d. 

869 Martha, b. 2-12-1821; d. 

m. , John Stevens. 



102 Frye Genealogy 

870 James, b. 4-6-1822; d. , unm. 

871 William, b. 5-12-1827; d. 4-3-1834, unm. 

872 John, b. 7-1-1828; d. 

431. Noah Brooks was a leather dresser and well known to 
his neighbors as a worthy and industrious man. He married 
(i) , Abigail D., dau. of Nathan and Mary (Con- 

vers) Wyman of Woburn, Mass.; married (2) 12-2-1813, Mary 
C. Wyman (sister). 

Issue, born in Bedford and Woburn, Mass.: 

873 Noah, b. 7-18-1814; d. , unm. 

874 Marshall, b. 7-24-1816; d. 

875 Abigail, b. 6-14-1818; d. 

876 Warren, b. 5-28-1820; d. 

877 Nathan Wyman, b. 9-28-1822; d. 

878 Timothy, b. 1-24-1825; d. 10-II-1844, unm. 

435. Nathaniel married 11-3-1828, Sally Holbrook. 

Issue, born in Windsor, L. C: 

879 Timothy, b. 11-6-1829; d. 

880 PersusA., b. 1-8-1830; d. 

m. 6-28-1858, J. P. Garland. 

881 Sarah A., b. 12-13-1830; d. 

882 Nathaniel, b. 1-18-1832; d. 12-6-1836, unm. 

883 Sheldon, b. 10-31-1834; d. 

884 Alfred, b. 8-12-1836; d. 1-2-1837, unm. 

437. Cyrus was a leather dresser and married 9-8-1829, Phebe, 
dau. of Daniel and Phebe Fox of Andover, Mass., b. 1-8-1811; 
d. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

885 Henry Cyrus, b. 10-2-1832; d, , 1898. 

886 Charles Warren, b. 7-1-1834; d. 

887 George Alfred, b. 6-19-1836; d. , 1856; 

888 John Lewis, b. 4-15-1838; d. 

889 Harriet Louisa, b. 3-18-1840; d. 



John of Andover 103 

439 Gilbert was a miller and married (i) 9-4-1851, Hannah B. 
of Tuksbury, Mass., b. ; d. , 1855; 

married (2) I1-8-1857, Elizabeth A. Sturtevant. 

Issue, born in Marmeton, Kansas: 

890 George A., b. 3-12-1852; d. 8-26-1853, unm. 

891 Charles G., b. 2-8-1854; d, 

892 Hannah Susan, b. ; d. 

m. , Milburn Furbush. 

893 Mary B., b. ; d. 

894 George E., b. , 1859; d. 8-4-1886. 

440. Artimus was a farmer and married 9-10-1837, Mary E_ 
Johnston of Harwinton, Conn. 

Issue, born in Winsted, Conn.: 

895 Nathan W., b. 3-26-1839; d. 3-29-1849, unm. 

896 George A., b. 5-31-1840; d. 3-7-1844, unm. 

897 Horace S., b. 12-23-1844; d. 

441. Timothy was for some years a merchant and married (i) 

, Sophia Spaulding of Merrimack, N. H., b. 3-5- 
1802; d. 10-7-1828; married (2) , Betsy Frye (432); 

married (3) 9-25-1834, Abby Woodbury of Salem, Mass.: 

Issue, born in Lowell, Mass.: 

898 Auline, b. , 1828; d. 

899 John Franklin, b. 8-4-1837; d. 6-5-1898. 

900 Charles E., b. 8-18-1838; d. 5-30-1852, unm. 

901 Helen, b. 9-11-1841; d. 

443. Frederick married 11-22-1821, C. Alger. 
Issue, born in Ft. Covington, N. Y.: 



902 Mary Ann, 


b. 6-16-1823; 


d. 12-26-1846, unm, 


903 John, 


b. 5-29-1824; 


d. 


904 George, 


b. 1-26-1826; 


d. 


905 Reuben, 


b. 1-10-1827; 


d. 


906 Amos, 


b. 4-11-1828; 


d. 9-22-1853, unm. 


907 Charles, 


b. IO-5-1829; 


d. 


908 Susan, 


b. 10-5-1829; 


d. 



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909 Adeline, 

910 Avaline, 



b. 11-7-1833; 
b. 11-7-1833; 



d. 
d. 



444. Ira built and kept for some years the American House 
in Lowell, Mass. Later he was in the woolen business in 
Canada. He was universally respected by all and the neigh- 
bors all consulted him in disputes and his decisions were law. 
He returned to Lowell shortly before his death. He married 
(l) , 1824, Mary McLoughlin; married (2) , 

Laura Butterfield. 



Issue, born in Lowell, Mass.: 

911 Frances, b. , 

912 Civil Maria, b. 1-3-1826; 

913 Frances Ira, b. 8-14-1834 

914 Laura Ann, b, 5-13-1836 

915 Laurette, b. 5-13-1838 



1825; 



d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 



1838, unm. 
1837, unm. 



m. 



, Augustus Weeks. 



445. Abial moved to Bombay, N. Y., in 1825. He married 7- 
18-1834, Sarah Macarter of Argyle, N. Y. 

Issue, born in Bombay, N. Y. : 

916 Franklin, b. 9-18-1836; d. 

917 Jane, b. 1-6-1838; d. 

918 Ira, b. 2-18-1840; d. 

919 Emily, b. 2-18-1840; d. , 1856, unm. 

449. Frederick married (i) 2-23-1837, Hannah Sweet; mar- 
ried (2) 7-1-1846, Lucy Spooner of Eddington, Me. 

Issue, born in Brewer, Me.: 

920 Hawley, b. 12-6-1837; d. 

921 Maria Louisa, b. 5-8-1839; d. 

922 Frederick A., b. 6-3-1849; d. 

923 Jonas S. Holt, b. 12-30-1854; d. 



452. Jedidiah was a merchant and always signed his name 
Jed. He married 5-2-1850, Maria Cornelia, dau. of Cornelius 



John of Andover 



105 



and Rebecca (Moore) Purdy of N. Y. City, b. 5-4-1817; d. 2-16- 

1887. 

Issue, born in New York City: 
924 Jed, b. 8-I-1853; 



455. Hermon married 
Issue, born in 

925 Abbott, b. 

926 Samuel F., b. 

927 Chloe, b. 

928 Mary J., b. 

929 Hermon W.,b. 

930 Christopher, b. 

931 Emily L., b. 



d. 3-6-1919, unm. 
Mary Frye (460). 



d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 



456. Timothy married 
Issue, born in 

932 George, b. 



933 Hannah, 


b. 


934 Abigail, 


b. 


58. Aaron P. marrie 


;d 


Issue, born in 


: 


935 Samuel Fletcher, b 


936 Mary A., 


b. 


937 Caroline, 


b. 


938 Laura A., 


b. 


939 Aaron P., 


b. 


940 Rebecca, 


b. 


941 Porter, 


b. 



1831, Mary Brown. 



d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 



464. Enoch Elsworth married 7-7-1842, Louisa Wyman of 
Vasselboro, Me. 

Issue, born in Dracut, Mass.: 

942 Edwin, b. 7-19-1843; d. , 1844, unm. 



106 Frye Genealogy 

943 Charles, b. 4-7-1847; d. 6-17-1847, unm. 

944 Western E., b. 1-4-1851; d. 

466. George married (i) , 1844, Mary Drew; married 
(2) , Fanny Dumpry. 

Issue, born in Dracut, Mass.: 

945 George W., b. 12-24-1846; d. 

946 Jane Maria, b. i -7-1848; d. 

947 Paskell H., b. 5-12-1849; d. 

948 Walter S., b. 1-12-1853; d. 

467. Timothy married 6-7-1855, Mary Adams. 
Issue, born in Dracut, Mass.: 



949 Mary Jane, 


b. 1-25-1836; 


d. 6-6-1845, unm. 


950 Silvester, 


b. 5-20-1837; 


d. 


951 Caroline, 


b. 3-23-1839; 


d. 


952 Albert, 


b. 4-4-1841; 


d. 


953 Livina, 


b. 9-20-1842; 


d. 


954 Emily, 


b. 9-14-1844; 


d. 6-20-1846, unm 



469. James married 7-6-1846, Harriet Hutchington of Putney, 
Vt. 

Issue, born in Dracut, Mass.: 

955 William O., b. 1-25-1850: d. 

956 James O., b. 1-25-1850; d. 8-3-1851, unm. 

957 Lucy Etta, b. 4-3-1852; d. 4-25-1857, unm. 

958 Diantha, b. 11-20-1853; d. 

959 Lydia B., b. 9-23-1856; d. 4-26-1857, unm. 

472. William married 6-6-1847, Judith R. Mason of Vassel- 
boro, Me. 

Issue, born in Dracut, Mass.: 

960 Ella Frances, b. 4-3-1848; d. 

477. Samuel was a housewright and builder. He married 10- 
28-1822, Hannah Brown of Dracut, Mass. 



John of Andover 107 

Issue, born in New York City; 

961 George Henry, b. 10-29-1823; d. 

962 Jackson Brown, b. 1-24-1826; d. 

963 Samuel Allen, b. 10-1-1832; d. 

964 Hamilton, b. 3-3-1836; d. 

484. James married (i) 2-7-1793, Abiah, dau. of Asa and Abiah 
(Whittier) Messer of Methuen, Mass., b. 9-20-1771; d. 7-24-1827; 
married (2) 3-12-1838, Elizabeth Ayer of Salem, N. H. 

Issue, born in Methuen, Mass.: 

965 Polly, b. 9-2-1798; d. 

m. 5-2-1822, David Cross. 

966 Abiah Messer, b. 4-21-1801; d. , 1897; 

m. 5-17-1822, J. T. Sargent. 

967 Asa Messer, b. 6-13-1803; d. 9-27-1836; 

m. , Zelma Leach. No issue. 

968 Mehitable, b. 12-4-1808; d. , 1898, unm. 

486. Robinson married 10-25-1797, Nancy, dau. of Thos. and 
Phebe (Osgood) Poor of Methuen, Mass., b. , 1771; d. 

1-9-1855. 

Issue, born in Methuen, Mass.: 

969 John, b. 1-27-1798; d. , 1879, unm. 

970 Nancy, b. 9-15-1799; d. 9-12-1809, unm. 

971 Susanna, b 3-8-1803; d. 

m. 10-15-1826, Josiah Osgood. 

972 Robinson, b. 4-17-1805; d. , 1818, unm. 

973 Daniel, b. 7-10-1807; d. 

m. , Joanna D. Kimball. No issue. 

974 James, b. 7-14-1810; d. 12-1-1859. 

975 Caleb, b. 8-27-1813; d. , 1819, unm. 

488. Francis married 10-21-1802, Lydia, dau. of Wm. and 
Lydia (Haseltine) Whittier of Methuen, Mass., b. 2-5-1783; d, 
10-22-1854. 

Issue, born in Methuen, Mass.: 



108 Frye Genealogy 

976 Phebe Campbell, b. 10-12-1806; d. 4-5-1876; 

m. 11-26-1829, Joseph F. Ingalls. 

977 Francis, b. 8-10-1809; d. 6-10-1810, unm. 

978 Wm. Haseltine, b. 6-27-1811; d. 11-10-1856. 

979 Francis Randolph, b. 1-29-1814; d. 5-5-1888. 

980 Lydia Whittier, b. 11-10-18^6; d. 10-27-1853; 

m. 8-28-1837, Samuel Cross. 

981 Robinson, b. 8-15-1820; d. , 1885. 

982 Nancy Maria, b. 5-4-1823; d. 9-1 5-1847, unm. 

983 Hannah Elizabeth, b. 4-23-1827; d. 

m. 5-7-1850, Lorenzo Dow. 



489. Jeremiah married Betsey, dau. of Jacob Hall, b. i-ii- 
1788; d. 7-11-1870. 

Issue, born in Methuen, Mass.: 

984 Francis, b. 6-12-1810; d. 6-21-1856, unm. 

985 Jermiah, b. 11-12-1811; d. , 1813, unm. 

986 Betsy Hall, b. 10-26-1812; d. 

m. , 1830, Elam Dale. 

987 Jermiah Randolph, b. 12-20-1813; d. 10-I-1886. 

988 Catherine Adsett, b. 6-20-1817; d. 2.4-1900; 

m. , 1839, Leveret Bradley. 

989 Abigail Augusta, b. 9-17-1819; d. 2-27-1880; 

m. , Luther Webster. 

990 Sarah Russ, b. 5-21-1824; d. 4-11-1886, unm. 

492. Joseph married , 1806, Mary, dau. of Seth Emer- 

son of Salem, Mass. 

Issue, born in Methuen, Mass.: 

991 Mary Robinson, b. 2-19-1811; d. 12-4-1814, unm. 

992 Alexander, b. 9-30-1812; d. 10-12.1860. 

993 Mary Robinson, b. 4-IO-1815; d. 

m. 10-30-1837, Daniel Hobart. 

994 Joseph Gilbert, b. 8-4-1817; d. 5-24-1866, unm. 

995 Pamelia, b. 7-10-1820; d. 6-22-1861; 

m. (i) , 1840, Nathan Bailey; m. (2) 

, 1856, T. B. Baily. 



John of Andover 109 

496. Osgood was a farmer and tavern keeper many years in 
Bucksport, on the homestead. He married 7-7-1796, Jane Rich 
of Wellfleet, Mass., b. 6-15-1775; d. 7-29-1826. 

Issue, born in Bucksport, Me.: 

996 Hannah N., b. 12-25-1797; d. II-30-1835; 

m. , 1813, David Perry. 

997 Charlotte P., b. 10-6-1799; d. 10-29-1826; 

m. , 1821, Hubbard Eaton. 

998 Dean Osgood, b. 7-14-1802; d. 5.7-1827, unm. 

999 Louisa M., b. 9-15-1805; d. 3-22-1829, unm. 
1000 Sarah J., b. 9-27-1810; d. 

m. 6-7-1836, D. N. Ramsdell. 
lOOi Nancy A., b. , 1812; d. 

m, 4-26-1839, J. H. Foster. 

501. Daniel Mackey was Captain in the War of 1812. A 
lawyer and lived from 1805 to 1826 in Montgomery, N. Y., then 
moved to New York City. He married 2-I-1817, Anna Butler 
of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., b. 8-9- 1794; d. 

Issue, born in Montgomery, N. Y. : 

1002 Mary Elizabeth, b. 1-12-1818; d. 

m. 6-22-1842, Rev. J. E. Rockwell. 

1003 Margaret Gardener, b. 8.4-1819; d. 

m. 3-28-1839, R. D. Hamilton. 

1004 Annie Mackey, b. 4-9-1821; d. 

m. 4-27-1843, Hanford Lyon. 

1005 Frederick, b. 9-13-L823; d. 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

528. Samuel M. married 6-26-1842, Lydia A. Withern. 
Issue, born in Cambridgeport, Mass.: 

1006 Lewis Tileston, b. 5-5-1845; d. 12-23-1860, unm, 

1007 Joseph E., b. 7-7-1853; d. 

1008 Alonzo D., b. 5-17-1856; d, 

539. Dewitt Clinton was an architect and assisted in erecting 
some of the best buildings in Jacksonville, 111. He also held 



110 



Frye Genealogy 



several town offices and for more than ten years was Superin- 
dent of the Jacksonville Water Works. " Has always been a 
good, honest, upright man and respected by every one." He 
married 4-12.1852, Ermina Cobb of Fredonia, N. Y. 

Issue, born in Jacksonville, 111.: 

1009 Frank, b. , 1854; d. 8-I-1855, unm. 

loio Frederick, b. , 1856; d. 8-20-1864, unm. 

ion Hattie, b. ; d. 

m. , 1881. Edward Sargent. 

1012 Edward Lewis, b. 8.18-1860; d. 

1013 Fannie B., b. ; d. 8-12-1900, unm. 

1014 Harry, b. ,1864; d. 9-14-1864, unm. 



548. Horace G. W. married 
Issue, born in 

1015 , b. 



, 1862, Myra J. Frye (553). 
; d.y. 



551. Albert G. enlisted in the 23d N. Y. Volunteers and 
served two years in the Army of the Potomac, was in the 
second battle of Bull Run and Antietam. In 1866 he went west 
and lived for a year in Wisconsin, then moved to Grand Rapids, 
Mich., and in 1869 moved to a farm in Howard City, Mich., 
where he lived until he died. He married , 1849, Sarah 

A. Hall. 

Issue, born in Chemung Co., N. Y.: 

1016 Elmer, b. ; d. 

1017 Harriet, b. ; d. 

1018 Randell, b. ; d. 

1019 Wealthie, b. ; d. 

563. Isaac married 11-21-1843, Sophia Gage of Lowell, Mass. 
Issue, born in Wilton, Mass.: 

1020 Rosina, b. , 1844; d. 

m. , Pope. 

564. Luther B. married 6-I-1825, Betsy Pebody of Andover, 
Vt. 



John of Andover 111 

Issue, born in Londonderry, Vt.: 

1021 Arizone L., b. 10-19-1826; d. 4-IO-1847, unm. 

1022 , b. 7-2-1830; d. 7-3-1830, unm. 

1023 Luther B., b. 2-13-1833; d. 

1024 Hannah E., b. 12-13-1835; d. 

m. I-10-1854, C. B. Parks. 

1025 Lucinda A., b. 10-29-1838; d. 

1026 , b. 8-I-1840; d. 8-3-1840, unm. 

1027 Fannie A., b. 3-18-1843; d. 

566. John was a farmer. Was Superintendent of Town Coun- 
cil in i860. He married 4-I-1831, Cynthia, dau. of Joseph and 
Anna (Stevens) Phelps of Wilton, N. H., b. 8-20-1805; d. 4-7. 
1889. 

Issue, born in Wilton, N. H.: 

1028 John Henry, b. 3-8-1836; d. 3-25-1892. 

1029 Elvira P., b. 7-29-1840; d. 12-27-1844, unm. 

567. Joseph married , Abigail Dow. 
Issue, born in : 

1030 Lydia, b. , 1838; d. 

569. Jacob was a hotel keeper and married 7-31-1837, Paulina 
Pettigrove of Edgecomb, Me.: 

Issue, born in Patten, Me.: 

1031 Delia Ann, b. 8-21-1839; d. 11-19-1855, unm, 

1032 Laroy Sunderland, b. 7-12-1841; d. 6-26-1846, unm. 

1033 Rachel Augusta, b. 4-10-1844; d. 7-25-1846, unm. 

1034 Augusta Adelaide, b. I-12-1845 d. 

1035 Laroy, b. 10-9-1851; d. 

1036 Fernando, b. 10-15-1856; d. 9-19-1858, unm. 

572. Jerome was a merchant and married , 1851, Nancy 

Jameson of Lincoln, Me. 

Issue, born in Patten, Me.: / 

1037 Preston Willis, b. 7-10-1853; d. 



112 Frye Genealogy 

1038 Abby Shute, b. 3-8-1855; d. 

1039 Josephine A., b. 6-21-1857; d. 

574. Abial Holt was a farmer and teamster, later kept a 
hotel in W. Wilton, N. H., also a mail carrier. He married 2. 
6-1834, Lemira, dau. of Edmund and Roxanna (Aiken) Tupper, 
b. 11-22-1815; d. 8-23.1894. 

Issue, born in Barnard, Vt., and Wilton, N. H.: 

1040 Harvey T. Holt, b. 11-I-1834; d. 12-7-1911. 

1041 Russell J., b. 8-28-1836; d. 3.9-1838, uni 

1042 Russell Joshua, b, 6-3-1838; d. 4-27-1907. 

1043 Charles, b. 6-28-1840; d. 7-4-1857, unm. 

1044 Eldridge Carlton, b. 9-29-1843; d. 7-16-1863, unm. 

1045 Edwin Francis, b. 11-23-1854; d. 

575. Harvey Farrington was for years one of the "Old Line 
Teamsters," teaming from Wilton to Barton until the com- 
pletion of the railroad in 185 1, then he became an extensive 
farmer on the old homestead, with a large dairy, etc. He 
served in the N. H. State Militia and was held in high esteem 
by all. He married (i) 11-25-1847, Louisa A., dau. of Edmund 
and Roxanna (Aiken) Tupper of Barnard, Vt., b. , 1823; 
d. 8-30-1848; married (2) 9-24-1850, Jane E., dau. of David and 
Martha (Hoven) Drury, b. 10.23-1825; d. 11-4-1906. 

Issue, born in Wilton, N. H.: 

1046 Joshua F., b. 8-12-1851; d. , unm. 

1047 Elson Drury, b. 6-29-1853; d. 3-12-1907. 

1048 Lois Lovina, b. 2-5-1856; d. 

m. 8-22-1893, Ernest C. Osborne. 

1049 Harvey W., b. 9-4-1858; d. 

1050 Charles Edgar, b. 6-9-1861; d. 

1051 George Erwin, b. 4-5-1864; d. , unm. 

1052 Martha Jane, b. 1-17-1868; d. 

m. 4-24-1895, E. E. Boutwell. 

580. Timothy Holt married 7-5-1866, Mary Cochran of New 
Boston, N. H. 

Issue, born in Milford, N. H.: 

1053 Harry A., b. 5-15-1876; d. 



John OF Ando\'er 113 

585. Joseph was a farmer and married 3-12-1840, Lucy, dau. of 
Maj. Asa Coburn of Lowell, O., b. 5-31-1809; d. 10-7-1905. 

Issue, born in Lowell, O.: 

1054 John Wilkins, b. 1-14-1841; d. 11-28-1904. 

1055 Sarah Sophia, b. 2-13-1843; d. 

m. 10-31-1868, Rev. O. W. Kile. 

1056 Mary Ann, b. 7-11-1850; d. 3-27-1853, unm. 

585. Col. John March was prominent in all town affairs, 
holding many offices. Served as State Senator several times; 
also a member of the Governor's Council in 1861. Was in the 
Maine Militia from drummer boy through all the grades to 
Colonel. For forty years he was agent of the Lewiston Falls 
Woolen Manf. Co. He became a Whig and then a staunch 
Republican. He married , 1828, Alice, dau. of David 

Davis of Lewiston, Me., b. 5-10-1804; d. ii- -1871. 

Issue, born in Lewiston, Me.: 

1057 Mary Davis, b. 12-31-1828; d. , 1917; 

m, , Dr. Pearl Martin. 

1058 William Pierce, b. 9-2-1830; d. 8-8-1911. 

1059 Albert S., b. 4-6-1834; d. 10-31-1874, unm. 
lo5o Sarah, b. 10-4-1837; d. , unm. 

1061 John March, b. , 1839; d. y., unm. 

1062 Addie, b. 11-11-1842; d. 6-10-1910; 

m. , 1863, Silas C. Davis. 

1063 Helen, b. 9-9-1845; d. , 1850, unm. 

587. Hon. Wm. Robinson was a schoolmaster then engineer in 
the woolen manf. Was chairman of the Board of Selectmen 
of Lewiston for many years, State Senator of Maine for two 
years. He was a Brigade Inspector, with the rank of Major in 
the State Militia. Was Postmaster for more than ten years. 
He married (i) , Milicent Moore of Green, Me., 

b. , 1819; d. ; married (2) , Susy 

Caverly of Lowell, Mass. 

Issue, born in Lewiston, Me.: 

1064 Frank Eugene, b. , 1847; d. 2-10-1879. 



1 14 Frye Genealogy 

1065 Caroline Toby, b. ; d. 

m. , Henry W. Nieman. 

1066 Anna March, b. ; d. 

m. , Dr. James Irish. 

1067 Milicent M., b. 2-24-1859; d. 

m. , Herbert R. C. Shaw. 

1068 Frederick M., b. 4-2-1861; d. , 1907. 

604. Dr. Thomas B. J., when a student in Philadelphia about 
1838, secretly married a Miss Buchanan. His father called him 
home as soon as he learned of the marriage and they never met 
after so the report says. 

Issue, born in Philadelphia, Pa.: 

1069 Nathaniel, b. , 1839; ^^ 

616. John B. married 1-14-1829, Hannah Blake of Knox, Me. 
Issue, born in Montville and Knox, Me.: 

1070 Mary Elizabeth, b. 11-5-1830; d. 12-13-1855, unm. 

1071 Moses Blake, b. 8-9-1832; d. 5-13-1858, unm 

1072 Huldah, b. 10-14-1834; d. 

1073 Hannah, b. 8-24-1837; d. 12-13-1855, unm. 

1074 Eben, b. 11-22-1838; d. 

1075 Lucy, b. 8-29-1842; d. 

m. , Austin Wentworth. 

1076 Calista, b. 5-28-1845; d. 

m. , Addison Sproui. 

1077 Robie, b. 6-18-1848; d. 

619. Enoch N. was a farmer of wealth and owned and lived 
on the old homestead from 1812. Was Supervisor for nine 
years of Concord, N. Y. He married Mary Wells of Otto, 
N. Y. 
Issue, born in Concord, N. Y.: 

1078 James, 

1079 Ebenezer, 

1080 Abbott, 

1081 Louise, 

m. 



b. 




; d. 




b. 




d. 


, unm 


b. 




d. 


, unm. 


b. 


> 


d. 






Vau 


ghn. 





John of Andover 



115 



1082 Jessie, 


b. 


1083 Mary, 


b. 


1084 Betty, 


b. 


1085 William, 


b. 


1086 John, 


b. 


1087 Helen, 


b. 



, unm. 



621. Moses M. was a farmer and moved to Owasco, N. Y., in 
1845. He married 12-31-1829, Mary Beverly of Carlisle, N. Y., 
b. 1-7-1805; d. 



Issue, born in Concord and Owasco, N. 

1088 Antoinette, b. 5-19-1835; 
b. 10-15-1837; 



1089 Luciette, 

1090 Moses M. 

1091 David, 

1092 Jessie, 

1093 Mary, 



b. 2-21-1841; 
b. 2-23-1843; 
b. 7-8-1845; 
b. 1-10-1851 ; 



Y.: 

d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 



623. Jesse was the inventor of the "Gang Plow" which bears 
his name and was favorably noticed by the papers at the time. 
He married 11-12-1810, Susan M., dau. of Benjamin and Dorcas 
(Noyes) Abbott, b. 12-3-1810; d. 

Issue, born in Richmond, Ky., and Concord, N. Y.: 

1094 Benj. Abbott, b. 8-18-1843; d. 

1095 Eunice Laura, b. 6-9-1847; d. 



628. Jesse Holbrook married 5-3-1843, Lucy F. Banan. 
Issue, born in Montville, Me.: 

1096 Mary Francis, b. 4-3-1844; d. 



1097 Julia Isabelle, b. 3-18-1846; 



631. Wakefield Gale educated at Colby College, Me., grad- 
uated A.B., Rochester University, N. Y., 1851, the first graduating 
class. Was a lawyer in Kansas, 1852; Indiana, 1854-5; Rock- 
land and Belfast, Me., from 1855. Deputy Collector Customs, 
Belfast, Me., from 1862-1872; Clerk of Supreme Court, 1873- 



116 Frye Genealogy 

1882; U. S. Con. Gen. at Halifax, 1882-1885, 1889-1893. He 
married 10-25-1855, Annie Elizabeth, dau. of James and Sarah 
(Chick) Arey of Winterport, Me.: 

Issue, born in Belfast, Me.: 

1098 RobieGale, b. 12-29-1860; d. , unm. 

1099 Gertrude Harrison, b. 12-4-1863; d. 

m. 5-26-1897, Frederick O'Brien, 
iioo Henry Wakefield, b. 4-21-1868; d. 6-20-1895, unm. 
iioi Jessie Fidelia, b. 5-18-1871; d. 

m. 10-18-1911, Randolph Osborne. 

632. Amos, Jr., married 5-8-1837, Mary Rhoads of Northport, 
Me. 

Issue, born in Montville, Me.: 

1102 Mary Ellen, b. 2-11-1842; d. 

1 103 Eliza E., b. 9-11-1844; d. 2-9-1858, unm. 

1104 Geo. Lincoln, b. 1-24-1847; d. 

635. John C. was a shipbuilder and married 1-26-1851, Joanna 
P. Clark of Belfast, Me. 

Issue, born in Belfast, Me.: 

1 105 Anna Eliza, b. 11-26-1852; d. 

1 106 Cora Isabell, b. 8-4-1854; d. 

640. Jonathan L. married (i) , Mary Davis; mar- 
ried (2) , Almira Shuts. 

Issue, born in Belfast, Me.: 

1 107 Francis, b. ; d. 

641. Joseph B. married , Betsy Emery. 
Issue, born in Belfast, Me.: 

1 108 Sarah Frances, b. 11-1-1841; d. 

1 109 Joseph F., b. 5-4-1844; d. 

1 1 10 Charles W., b. ,1847; <J- 
nil George R., b. 9-11-1848; d. 



John of Andover 117 

648. David said: "My employment in my younger days was 
school teaching, then ship's carpenter at Medford, Mass., then 
farmer." He married (i) 2-10-1825, Sarah Brown of Grantham, 
N. H., b. 6-13-1801; d. 11-28-1842; married (2) , Lydia 

Leavitt; married (3) , Lois Leavitt. 

Issue, born in Medford, Mass., and Grantham, N. H.: 

1112 Mary Ann, b. 4-24-1826; d. 

m. 7-1-1847, Edward Tuck (uncle of Mrs. Alfred 
G. Vanderbilt). 

1113 Jonathan J., b. 8-11-1827; d. 8-12-1868. 

1 1 14 Sarah Ann, b. 7-28-1830; d. 

m. 12-22-1857, G^eo- W. Barton. 

1115 Daniel F., b. 5-19-1834; d. 

1116 David B., b. 9-16-1842; d. 

653. James represented his town in the State Legislature. He 
married 11-4-1840, Sarah C. Eastman of Concord, N. H,, b. 12- 
16-1812; d. 11-2-1886. 

Issue, born in Concord, N. H.: 

1117 Sarah C, b. 11-5-1843; d. 

1118 John C, b. 6-16-1847; d. 

655. Dr. Daniel Fisk graduated at Han(>vor Medical School, 
N. H., in 1839. He represented his town in the State Legis- 
lature, and was a much respected and esteemed doctor and 
citizen. He married 9-10-1842, Samantha, dau. of Peter and 
Lois (Cooper) Powers of Pultneville, N. Y., b. , 181 5; 
d. 7-29-1851. 

Issue, born in Deering, N. H.: 

1119 Peter James, b. 1-7-1845; d. 10-29-1919. 

1120 John Henry, b. 5-28-1851; d. 

656. Dr. Peter G. graduated at Hanover Medical School, N. 
H., went to Oyster Bay, N. Y., in 1852 and was President 
several years of the Queens County Medical Society, also Presi- 
dent of the Oyster Bay Bank and an Elder in the Presbyterian 
Church He married (l) lo-i 5-1846, Fanny W. Goodale, b. 6-5- 
1816; d. 7-3-1865; married (2) 12-11-1867, Carrie Currier. 



118 Fr YE Genealogy 

Issue, born in Deerfield, N. H.: 

1121 Mary Elizabeth, b. 12-3-1849; d. 3-25-1851, unm. 

657. Harvey G. married 10-23-1823, Lucy Hill. 
Issue, born in Concord, Vt.: 

1 122 Lucy Ann, b. 3-28-1824; d. 

m. 2-13-1843, Alden E. Bliss. 

1123 Mehitable B., b. 11-11-1825; d. 

m. . W. G. Lewis. 

1124 Henry Olen, b. 9-1-1827; d. 

1 125 Charles P., b. 9-5-1829; d. 

1 126 George C, b. 6-29-1831; d. 

1127 MillyE., b. 9-8-1835; d. 

m. 12-22-1852, S. S. Gould. 

1128 Emory W., b. 3-21-1838; d. 

1129 Ellen L., b. 1-17-1841; d. 

658. John (i) married Harriet H. Judwine, b. 

d. 4-11-1839; married (2) 8-15-1844, Lavinia M. Chamberline. 

Issue, born in Concord, Vt.: 

1130 Matilda C, b. 5-30-1831; d. 4-21-1837, unm. 

1131 Ann Harriet, b. 12-18-1834; d. 11-1-1855; 

m. 12-19-1854, N. B. Walters. 

1132 Jane L., b. 6-3-1838; d. 

1 133 John L., b. 6-3-1838; d. 

659. Henry B., married 5-12-1824, Rebekah Hovey. 
Issue, born in Concord, Vt.: 

1134 Miranda M., b. 2-11-1825; d. 

m. 12-5-1844, Jarvis Bowers. 

1135 Mary H., b. 10-14-1827; d. 

m. , 1850, G. K. Kitteridge. 

1 136 Henry Hovey, b. 9-24-1839; d. 

1 137 Annatte A., b. 6-5-1842; d. 

660. Hiram married 3-12-1826, Sally Daniels. 
Issue, born in Concord, Vt.: 



John of Andover 119 

1138 Cordilia, b. 11-16-1826; d. 

m. 1-1-1846, H. H. Knapp. 

1 139 Daniel, b. 6-30-1835; d. 10-6-1835, unm. 

661. Chauncey married (i) 4-4-1832, Mary A. Joslin, b, 

; d. 7-2-1838; married (2) 9-24-1840, Mary A. Haywood. 

Issue, born in Concord, Vt.: 

1 140 Mary E., b. 1-17-1836; d. 4-25-1852, unm. 

1141 Adaline J., b. 6-17-1838; d. 

m. 1-1-1856, Alanson Wright. 

1142 Emily P., b. 3-16-1841; d. 

1 143 Lavia J., b. 9-25-1848; d. 

666. John C. lived at the Parker House in Boston for 18 years 
before his death. He went to Boston in 1864 and owned a 
business in the Fauneil Hall Market. He married , 

Jane P. Moulton, b. ; d. 2-19-1900. 

Issue, born in Boston, Mass.: 



1 144 James, b. 

1 145 George A., b. 

1 146 Charles, b. 



d. 

d. I -6- 1 907. 

d. 



667. Joseph S. married 1-13-1858, Emily H. Brown of Water- 
ford, Vt. 

Issue, born in Waterford, Vt.: 

1147 Cora, b. 4-1 5-1860; d. 

m. , 1882, Geo. Tilton. 

1 148 Dulcina, b. ; d. 

1 149 Austin J., b. ; d. 

671. Albert J. married 9-4-1851, Catherine Brown. 
Issue, born in Concord, Vt.: 

1150 Catherine E., b. 9-10-1852; d. , unm, 

1151 Charlotte C, b. 8-6-1854; d. 

1152 Mary Ann, b. 11-26-1856; d. 

1153 Solon A., b. 8-14-1859; d. 



120 Frye Genealogy 

1154 Caroline S., b. 11-20-1861; d. 

m. , L. Boutwell. 

1155 James David, b. 11-30-1868; d. 

672. James Nichols was educated at public schools and St. 
Johnsbury Academy. He went to Boston in 1849 ^nd entered 
the hardware business; in six years he was made a partner of 
the firm which eventually became the present name of Frye, 
Phipps & Co., he being a member for nearly fifty years and one 
of the foremost business of Boston. He was Vice-President 
of the Vermont Association of Boston, charter member and 
President of the Mass. Rifle Association, a staunch Republican. 
He married 1-1-1854, Sabina T., dau. of Rev. Origen and Char- 
lotte (Thompson) Bacheler of New York. 

Issue, born in Boston, Mass.: 

1156 Charlotte M., b. 10-2-1854; d. 10-17-1876, unm. 

1157 Alice M., b. 1-4-1857; d. 

1158 James, b. 5-5-1863; d. 

680. John Douglas was a tanner and married 2-27-1847, Mary 
Dunham. 

Issue, born in Morrisville, N. Y.: 

1159 Katy, b. 11-22-1847; d. 

1 160 Ella, b. 10-30-1850; d. 

1161 Julius, b. 12-5-1857; d. 

681. Philander was a tanner and married , Ellen 
Williams. 

Issue, born in Morrisville, N. Y.: 

1162 William A. b. 1-30-1856; d. 

698. Napoleon B. married (i) , Nancy Hoag; b. 

; d. ; married (2) 10-29-1866, Louisa 

M. Dudley, b. ; d. ; married (3) 12-10- 

1871, Emma F. Wakefield, b. ; d. 

Issue, born in : 

1 163 Nettie, b. ; d. y., unm. 



John of Andover 121 

1 164 Wilbur D., b. , 1868; d. 

1165 Nettie, b. 9-2-1872; d. 6-3-1893; 

m. 3-17-1892, Arthur L. Fitch. 

699. Francis M. married 4-10-1849, Genevieve Clearwater. 
Issue, born in Carmel, N. Y.: 

1 166 Anna D., b. 8-20-1871; d. 

m. , John C. Wilson. 

701. Nauson B. married 2-1-1876, Fanny Burnham of Albany, 
N. Y. 

Issue, born in : 

1 167 Sanford W., b. 12-23-1876; d. 

703. Norman B. married 4-11-1878, Harriet L. Barton of Croy- 
don, N. H. 

Issue, born in Croydon, N. H., and White River Junction, Vt.: 

1 168 Chas. Norman, b. 4-7-1879; d. 

1169 Mary Hannie, b. 8-24-1880; d. 

m. 1-1-1898, Herbert Barton. 

1170 Myrtice E., b. 11-1-1882; d. 12-1-1882, unm. 

1 171 Harry, b. 3-26-1886; d. 

1 172 Frank Leslie, b. 1-18-1888; d. 

1 173 Geneva, b. 7-20-1890; d, 

1 174 Gustavus, b. 10-21-1892; d. 

705. John was a farmer and clothier and married (i) 10-9-1823, 
Mary, dau. of Isiah and Abigail (Heath) Webster of Ware, 
N. H., b. 11-1-1792; d. 9-4-1833; married (2) 11-27-1834, Rhoda 
Webster. 

Issue, born in Mass., Mich, and New York States: 

1 175 Sarah Abigail, b. 8-I-1825; d. 7-4-1829, unm. 

1 176 Phebe Ellen, b. 6-24-1827; d. 

m. 6-6-1850, Byron Sturtevant. 

1177 Isiah William, b. 8-22-1829; d. 

1178 Spaulding, b. 12-12-1831; d. 12-14-1831, unm. 

1 179 Daniel W.. b. 2-20-1833; d. 7-31-1833, unm. 



122 



Frye Genealogy 



706. Joseph was the owner of a bark mill and married 5 
1825, Hannah Parsons, b. 1-23-1805; d. 11-15-1881. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

1 180 William H., b. 3-27-1826; 

1181 Mary Jane, b. 12-2-1827; 

1182 Sarah Ellen, b. 11-3-1831; 

1183 Joseph F., b. 3-3-1833; 

1 184 George W., b. 7-26-1836; 

1 185 Andrew Waters, b. 6-21-1839; 

1 186 Charles H., b. 10-17-1840; 

1 187 Edward S., b. 7-20-1843; 

1188 Hannah M., b. 8-1-1846; 

m. 6-1-1893, Sidney R. De Long. 

1 189 Anna, b. 8-17-1849; d. 



d. 9-20-1848, unm. 

d. 12-26-1909. 

d. 3-4-1898. 

d. 8-14-1879. 

d. 11-30-1911. 

d. 11-14-1839, unm. 

d. 4-12-1915. 

d. 9-24-1910, unm. 

d. 8-25-1914; 



716. James married 




, Saybia Furbush. 


Issue, born in 


: 




1 190 Carrie, 


b. 


; d. 


1 191 Ida, 

m. 


b. 


; d. 5-18-1903; 
Robson. 


1 192 Elizabeth, 


b. 


; d. 


718. Stephen N. married 


, Ann Hogan of Sa 


Mass. 






Issue, born in Salem 


Mass.: 




1 193 William, 


b. 


; d. 


1 194 Caleb B., 

1 195 Foster, 


b. 
b. 


, 1854; d. 8-9-1898, unm 

; d. 


1 196 Mary, 

1 197 Gertrude, 


b. 
b. 


; d. 

; d. 



728. Nathan was a sea captain and settled in the island of 
Mauritus, here he founded shipping docks and became manager. 
He married 7-27-1847, Louisa Elizabeth Davy, born in Mauritus, 
9-13-1827; d. 4-13-1874. He died in Port Louis, Mauritus. 

Issue, born in Mauritus: 

1198 John Davy, b. 11-6-1848; d. 8- -1884. 



John of Andover 123 

1 199 Mary Elisabeth, b. 11-25-1849; d. 5-29-1874. 

1200 Henry James, b.li-5-1850; d. 8- -1871. 

1201 Louisa, b. 3-23-18514 d. 

m. 12-16-1873, T. T. Prentiss, 

1202 Lucy, b. 8-30-1855; d. 

1203 Grace, b. 6-22-1857; d. 12-10-1881. 

1204 Martha Georgina, b. 4-23-1860; d. 

1205 Alice Maria, b. 6-2-1861; d. 

1206 Lewis Powell, b. 3-21-1863; d. 

1207 Annia, b. 5-3-1866; d. 

729. Joseph was a carriage builder and married (i) 2-20-1842, 
Sarah Faxon of Quincy, Mass.; married (2) 7-21-1853, Amelia 
Clapp. 

Issue, born in Boston, Mass.: 

1208 Judith M., b. 1-30-1844; d. 4-8-1873; 

m. 8-18-1864, James W. Mitchell. 

1209 Mary Elizabeth, b. 3-5-1846; d. 

m. 6-6-1871, Melvin Adams. 

1210 Francis H., b. 11-16-1857; d. 

730. William was Assistant Inspector of Buildings in Boston 
from 1873 until his death. He married 9-11-1849, Ann, dau. of 
Geo. and Abigail (Fresbee) Birnie. 

Issue, born in Philadelphia, Pa., and Milburn, 111.: 

1211 Mary Lane, b. 3-17-1851; d. 

1212 George Bernce, b. 4-27-1855; d. 

733. Nathan Augustus was a sea captain and merchant and 
married 3-11-1840, Sarah M., dau. of Thos. B. and Mary 
(Mosely) Russell, b. 9-11-1815; d. 3-12-1896. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

1213 Nathan A., b. 12-22-1840; d. 

1214 Anna Mosely, b. 2-1-1842; d. 2-19-1848, unm. 

121 5 Mary Ellen, b. 9-26-1845; d. 10-26-1846, unm. 

1216 Daniel Ormond, b. 12-5 1847; ^• 

1217 Anna Mosely, b. 2-12-1852; d. 2-14-1852, unm. 



124 Frye Genealogy 

1218 Chas. Russell, b. 3-31-1853; d. 

m. , Sarah Glover. No issue. 

1219 Auther Mosely, b. 6-17-1854; d. 10-18-1873, unm. 

786. Enoch graduated at Harvard in 1821, a classmate of 
Ralph Waldo Emerson. He became a teacher in the public 
schools of Boston and later a principal, then moved to Andover^ 
Mass., and taught for a time, then for a long series of years 
served as Selectman, Assessor, Overseer of the Poor, or as 
member of the School Board, and was in every way a model 
town officer. He moved to Lawrence, Mass., in 1870, living 
there the rest of his life. He married 9-29-1836, Lydia, dau. of 
John and Lydia (More) Barnard of Andover. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

1220 Enoch Osgood, b. 11-7-1837; d. 10-29-1861, unm. 

1221 Lydia M., b. 8-3-1840; d. , 1894; 

m. 9-26-1860, Thos. Roaf. 

1222 Calvin, b. 2-14-1843; d. 9-13-1845, unm. 

1223 Calvin A., b. 8-24-1845; d. 

1224 Oscar A., b. 11-4-1848; d. 

788. Hermon married (i) 9-9-1840, Eliza, dau. of Caleb and 
Abigail Richardson of Andover, b. 2-9-1806; d. 9-20-1849; mar- 
ried (2) 7-10-1853, Harriet Armstrong of Paulet, Vt. 

Issue, born in Methuen and Lawrence, Mass.: 

1225 Horace, b. 10-30-1842; d. 12-11-1859, unm, 

1226 Newton Parker, b. 10-26-1845; d. 

m. (i) 4-29-1869, Jennie Pingree; m. (2) 1-9-1884, 
Katherine Field. No issue. 

1227 Emma Eliza, b. 10-4-1848; d. 5-3-1858, unm. 

1228 Charlotte Kate, b. 7-12-1854; d. 

1229 dau., b. ; d. y., unm. 

791. Isaac was a private in the Rebellion and married , 

1837, Charlotte Cook of Wenthem, Mass., b. ; d. 3- 

15-1857. 

Issue, born in Boxford and Topsfield, Mass.: 

1230 Elizabeth, b. , 1838; d. 



John of Andover 125 

1231 Chas. Henry, b. 2-15-1839; d. 

1232 Isaac Edward, b. 4-26- 1841; d. 

1233 Albert A., b. 7-16-1844; d. 12-28-1861, unm. 

1234 Theophilus, b. 12-2-1846; d. 

1235 Samuel A, b. 11-27-1849; d. 

1236 James, b. 9-12-1852; d. 

1237 Susan iMaria, b. 11-9-1854; d. , 1897, unm. 

1238 Charlotte, b. , 1857; d. , 1902. 

792. Andrew L, married 8-27-1835, Mary S., dau. of Samuel 
and Mary Bailey of Andover. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

1239 Althine, b. 5-26-1836; d. 

m. 6- -1902, John Harraman. 

1240 Eliza, b. 3-23-1838; d. 8-18-1838, unm. 

1241 Andrew M., b. 4-12-1839; d. 6-10-1906. 

793. Theophilus was in business in New York City but left 
there in 1841 and settled in Minnesota. He married , 
1838, Mary Teniswood of New York City, b. 3-22-1816; d. 6-25- 
1900. 

Issue, born in New York City: 

1242 Mary Margaret, b. ; d. , 1838, unm. 

1243 Daniel Beach, b. 12-26-1839; ^- > 1843, unm. 

1244 Chas. Teniswood, b. 1-7-1842; d. 

795. Oren married Eliza Rand of Quincy, Mass.: 
Issue, born in Quincy and Milton, Mass.: 

1245 Oren Franklin, b. 9-2-1830; d. 5-29-1871; 

m. , Mrs. Abby T. Nelson. No issue. 

1246 Eliza Frances, b. 11-23-1832; d. 4-19-1835, unm. 

1247 Samuel Gates, b. 12-31-1834; d. 

1248 Elizabeth F., b. 2-19-1837; d. 

797. Gates Ford served as an apprentice to his Uncle Reuben 
as a mason, about i860 he moved to Lawrence, then had a 
farm at Methuen but returned to Lawrence on account of 



126 Frye Genealogy 

failing health and lived with his son. He married (i) 9-27- 
1838, Phebe M., dau. of Richard Luscomb of Andover, b. 10-25- 
1812; d. 9-9-1849; married (2) 11-5-1869, Mrs. L. F. Seaver of 
Vermont. 

Issue, born in Lowell, Mass.: 

1249 Monor Gates, b. 3-15-1846; d. 11-23-1894. 

1250 Willy Francis, b. 10-19-1848; d. 8-20-1849, unm. 

800. Addington Davenport became a hotelkeeper in New 
York City, then went into the Scientific and Optical Ins. 
business and during the Rebellion was in the U. S. Gov.'s em- 
ploy correcting ship compasses. In 1849 he went to California 
and had a hotel in Sacramento for two years, then returned to 
New York. He married 5-20-1835, Elizabeth C. Lilian of New .,^ 
York, b. 12-11-1816; d. 1-21-1876. • • ):-Ci 

Issue, born in New York City: 

1251 Addington D., b. 3-16-1836; d. 

1252 Charles Lear, b. 3-3-1841; d. 

1253 Mary Elizabeth, b. 3-2-1843; d. ^V - \ f li^ ^ 

m. 10-9-1872, G. F. Newland. ^ 

1254 Stephen L., b. 7-24-1847; d. 3-20-1850, unm. 

1255 Lilian Eveline, b. 7-16-1853; d. 

801. Henry married 5-15-1834, Eliza J. Floyd of Exeter, N. H. 
Issue, born in Exeter, N. H.: 

1256 Henry, b. , 1845; ^- 1-11-1851, unm. 

1257 , b. 2-14-1852; d. 

802. Hiram worked for the Mailable Iron Works in Boston, 
but in 1837 moved to Onondaga, Mich., there he cleared a farm 
and later became a doctor. He made two overland trips by 
team to California in 1849 ^^^ 1852. In 1882 he sold his farm 
in Michigan and moved to California. He married 1-1-1834, 
Eliza Maseman of Boston. 

Issue, born in Boston, Mass., and Onondaga, Mich.: 

1258 Mary Eliza, b. 11-15-1834; d. 2-20-1837, unm. 

1259 Hiram H., b. 9-5-1841; d. 



John of Andover 127 

1260 Sarah E., b. 10-27-1844; d. 

m. 3-31-1863, Benj. Frefry. 

1261 Mary Eliza, b. 10-27-1844; d. 

m. 3-6-1864, John Kenney. 

1262 Ellen, b. 1-8-1847; d. 12-4-1851, unm. 

1263 Tryphena, b. 9-27-1849; d. 10-27-1849, unm. 

1264 George, b. 10-27-1852; d. 

803. Jedithan went west about 1837 ^'^^ became a wealthy 
farmer. He married (i) 2-18-1838, Harriet Booth, b. , 

d. 6-6-1849; married (2) 3-22-1850, 

Issue, born in Onondaga, Mich: 

1265 Hannah, 

1266 HoUen, 

1267 Jonathan, 

1268 Marcus, 

1269 Adeline, 

1270 Samuel, 

810. Frederick Lafayette was a contractor and a prominent 
Mason in the higher degrees. He married 2-22-1849, Caroline 
Tilson of Merideth, N. H. 

Issue, born in Lowell, Mass.: 

1271 Ellen Frances, b. 8-27-1852; d. 

m. 2-22-1871, A. O. Davidson. 

1272 , b. ; d. y. 

811. George was a bricklayer and a mason. He married 6-6- 
1850, Mary A. Wentworth of Lowell. 

Issue, born in Lowell, Mass.: 

1273 George Henry, b. 1-11-1853; d. 

825. George W. married 12-20-1847, Rachel Moore. 
Issue, born in : 

1274 George, b. , 1848; d. 

1275 J. Henry, b. , 1850; d. 



b. 12-16-1838; 


d. 


b. 3-16-1840; 


d. 


b. 10-6-1844; 


d 


b. 9-15-1846; 


d. 


b. 8-8-1848; 


d. 


b. 12-28-1850; 


d. 



128 Frye Genealogy 

827. Jonathan L. married 

Issue, born in Greggsville, III.: 

1276 son, b. 6-6-1862; d. 

835. Samuel Charles was a shoe merchant in Boston and 
married 1-31-1850, Phebe dau. of Capt. Nathan and Mary Shat- 
tuck of Andover, b. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

1277 Mary Ann, b. 9-29-1856; d. 

836. Otis Charles married , Annie McAluse. 
Issue, born in Manchester, Pa.: 



1278 Nathan, 


b. 


1-19-1848; 


d. 


1279 William, 


b. 


11-27-1849; 


d. 


1280 Joseph, 


b. 


11-27-1851; 


d. 


1281 Susan, 


b. 


12-1-1853; 


d. 


1282 Charles, 


b. 


11-22-1855; 


d. 



840. William married , Mary J. Messer of Methuen, 

Mass. 

Issue, born in Methuen, Mass.: 

1283 William, b. 12-28-1854; d. 

1284 Lucy, b. 10-11-1856; d. 

842. Stephen W. was in the Fire Department of Lawrence, 
Mass., and married , 1856, Catherine 

Issue, born in Lawrence, Mass.: 

1285 Catherine, b. 5-14-1857; d. 7-7-1859, unm. 

1286 , b. 1-28-1860; d. 

849. Chas. Horatio married 10-1-1865, Frances A., dau. of 
Oscar D. and Martha H. (Black) Hall of Philadelphia, Pa., b. 8- 
8-1845: d. 5-4-1896. 

Issue, born in New York City: 

1287 Prosser Hall, b. 11-1-1866; d. 

1288 Laura Amanda, b. 4-6-1869; d. 9-25-1897, unm. 



John of Andover 129 

855. James Straw married , Harriet Morse of 

Haverhill, Mass. 

Issue, born in Concord, N. H.: 

1289 Edmund Bailey, b. 10-20-1856; d, 

868. George A. married , Eliza Allen. 

Issue, born in Andover, Mass.: 

1290 Joseph, b. ; d. 

1291 Catherine, b. ; d. 

877. Nathan W. was a tanner and married (i) 5-1 5-1848, Bar- 
bara A. Richardson of Woburn, Mass.; married (2) 1-24-1860, 
Addie E. Weeks of Lowell, Mass. 

Issue, born in Woburn, Worcester and Groton, Mass.: 

1292 Alice Louise, b. 6-11-1851; d. 

1293 Daniel R., b. 2-22-1853; d. 

1294 , b. 8-18-1855; d. 

899. Hon. John Franklin graduated from Dartmouth College 
in 1859. He taught school for awhile and then studied law. 
Was admitted to the Bar in 1864. In 1886 he was appointed 
special Justice of the Lowell Police Court, which office he held 
for more than ten years. He invented a system of ventilation 
which has been patented and now in use. He was Secretary 
of the Lowell Humane Society for many years. He married 
, 1873, Diana M. Huntoon of Lowell. 

Issue, born in Lowell, Mass.: 

1295 Raymond, b. , 1877; ^■ 

911. Francis married , 1842, Hannah, dau. of Saml. 

and Hannah (Lymhier) Davidson of Lyme, N. H. 

Issue, born in Lowell, Mass.: 

1296 Anna Sopronia, b. 9-20-1846; d. 

1297 Alice Jane, b. 9-15-1851; d. 



130 Frye Genealogy 

963. Samuel Allen married , 1854, Henrietta M. 

Schroeder of New York. 

Issue, born in New York City; 

1298 Hannah E., b. 1-13-1855; d. 11-29-1859, unm. 

1299 Emma C, b. 8-22-1856; d. 11-9-1859, unm. 

974. James married 10-4-I845, Lydia H., dau. of Eben and 
Elizabeth (Bradley) Franks of Hingham, Mass. 

Issue, born in Haverhill, Mass.: 

1300 Anna Osgood, b. 7-14-1846; d. 

m. 1-1-1870, Dr. H. E. Spaulding. 

978. William Haseltine married 4-25-1837, Emily A. Maloy, 
b. , 1814; d. 1-6-1885. 

Issue, born in Methuen, Mass.: 

1301 Francis, b. 5-20-1839; d. 

1302 Emily, b. 12-31-1841; d. 

m. 4-3-1862, John Shirley. 

979. Francis Randolph was a farmer and married (1)8-31-1851, 
Jane, dau. of Oilman and Jane (Rollins) Bean, b. 

d. 5-25-1856; married (2) 8-25-1856, Ruth A., dau. of Sam), and 
Ruth (MighiU) Tidd. 

Issue, born in Methuen, Mass.: 

1303 Nancy Jane, b. 11-19-1852; d. 

m. 1-5-1881, Daniel F. Whittier. 

1304 James J., b. 12-13-1854; d. 12-13-1857, unm. 

981. Robinson married , 1850, Lucy Boise of Skow- 

hegan. Me. 

Issue, born in Concord, N. H.: 

1305 Willc Robinson, b. 1-3-1852; d. 

1306 Katy, b. 4-23-1856; d. 

m. 3-27-1889, McEveston. 



John of Andover 131 

987. Jeremiah Randolph married , 1844, Harriet, dau. 

of Hermon and Betsy (Hall) Bodwell of Methuen. 

Issue, born in Methuen, Mass.: 



1307 George, 


b. 


, 1845; 


d. 6-20-1864, unm 


1308 Milburn, 


b. 


, 1846; 


d. 


1309 Sarah, 


b. 


, 1848; 


d. 



992. Alexander was a cordwainer and married 11-7-1837, 
Zelma L. Frye (967). 

Issue, born in Bradford, Mass.: 

1310 Mary Pamilia, b. 2-4-1839; d. 

m. , 1861, Henry Richardson. 

131 1 Maranda, b. 10-7-1842; d. 

1312 Asa Messer, b. 7-12-1845; d. 

1313 Anna Rebecca, b. 12-7-1850; d. 

1005. Capt. Frederick graduated at Columbia College in 
1842, and was a lawyer. He enlisted at the first call for volun- 
teers, served as Captain in the Battle of Bull Run. He married 
6-1-1848, Matilda Brooks of Bridgeport, Conn. 

Issue, born in Bridgeport, Conn., except the first, born at sea: 

1314 Mary Seaborn, b. 7-10-1849; d. 1-11-1851, unm. 

1315 Annie, b. 1-10-1852; d. 

1316 Roselie, b. 10-14-1853; d. 

1317 Frederick Wm., b. 10-4-1855; d. 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

1012. Edward L. was educated at high school and business 
college and then became clerk in the Illinois Hospital for 
Insane, also Notary Public. He married 10-27-1885, Lina A. 
Walling. 

Issue, born in Jacksonville, 111.: 

1318 Lee Walling, b. ,1888; d. 

1028. John Henry was a farmer and job teamster. He mar- 
ried 6-1-1856, Ellen, dau. of Nathan and Dorothy (Gliddon) 
Flint, b. 4-17-1835; d. 12-1-1893. 



132 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in Wilton, N. H.: 

1319 Annie, b. 11-4-1858; d. 

m. 7-12-1882, H. S. Spring. 

1320 Henry, b. 5-29-1870; d. 6-2-1870, unm. 

1040. Harvey Timothy Holt moved to Wilton, N. H., with 
his parents in 1850, he went west about 1859 and enlisted 5-24- 
1861, in Co. A, 15th 111. Reg. He was discharged 3-27-1863, 
and returned to Wilton where he lived as a farmer the rest of 
his life. He married 10-25-1870, Abbie L., dau. of Washington 
and Phebe (Kendall) Folsom of New Sharon, Me., b. 4-17-1843; 
d. 9-25-1919. 

Issue, born in Wilton, N, H.: 

1321 Nellie L., b. 11-19-1872; d. 

m. 3-5-1902, Wm. F. B. Weston. 

1322 Carolyn F., b. 2-7-1875; d. 

m. 10-9-1901, Robt. A. Ware. 

1323 Mary Grace, b. I -16-1877; d. 

1324 Charles P., b. 6-11-1879; d. 

1325 Mabel Edna, b. 4-12-1881; d. 9-22-1881, unm. 

1326 Erlan Harvey, b. 8-10-1883; d. 

1327 Edith Violet, b. 4-19-1886; d. 

m. 8-22-1919, Horace E. Standish. 

1328 Ethel Venerra, b. 4-19-1886; d. 

1329 Mabel Caretta, b. 4-27-1889; d. 

1330 Ruby Rivella, b. 7-15-1893; d. -11-1895, unm. 

1042. Russell Joshua moved with his parents to Wilton. N. H., 
in 1847, ^^^ was called the "father of N. E. auctioneers," as he 
trained and started to success some of the foremost auctioneers. 
His own training began when he was 15 years old in 1853 by 
selling whips at the country fairs and from then on he averaged 
25 sales up a year. He married 9-3-1871, Mrs. Emma (Folsom) 
Gordon of New Sharon, Me., b. 3-17-1850; d. 1-21-1888. 

Issue, born in New Sharon, Chesterville, Me., and Wilton, 
N. H.: 

1331 Cosetta K., b. 9-21-1873; d. 12-1-1889, unm. 

1332 Orville Henry, b. 9-4-1875; d. 

1333 Byron Leslie, b. 2-10-1878; d. 



John of Andover 133 

1045. Edwin Francis resides at New Ipswich, N. H., and is 
overseer ot carding and spinning mill of the Columbion Manf. 
Co. at Greenville, N. H. He married Idwina M., dau. of David 
and Laura (Hapgood) Stiles of Dublin, N. H., b. 8-12-1859; d. 

Issue, born mostly in New Ipswich, N. H.: 

1334 John Frederick, b. 7-22-1883; d. 

1335 Ethel Laura, b. 6-17-1885; d. 

m. 12-25-1911, Geo. I. Preston. 

1336 Marion Hapgood, b. 5-18-1887; d. 

m. 9-5-1909, Alfred S. Cutter. 

1337 Ida Mae, b. 5-8-1890; d. 

m. 12-17-1916, W. D. Ashley. 

1338 Frank Lester, b. 4-15-1892; d. 8-12-1892, unm. 

1339 Florence F., b. 3-9-1897; d. 

1340 Chester David, b. 8-27-1900; d. 

1046. Joshua Farington is a farmer and real estate dealer, 
also a director in the Wilton Savings Bank and one of the 
incorporators of the Wilton Telephone Co., a member of the 
Wilton Board of Trade. He has held various town offices and 
was elected Representative to the State Legislature in 1915. 

1047. Elson Drury was educated at the public schools of 
Wilton and in 1872 took up carpentering and was an excellent 
and successful man. He was a Mason and much interested in 
his Lodge. He married 10-26-1881, Etta L., dau. of Geo. F. 
and Sarah E. (Lawrence) Parker of Milford, N. H., b, 4-24-1862; 
d. 9-1-1907. 

Issue, born in Wilton, N. H.: 

1341 George Harvey, b. 12-31-1882; d. 

1342 Mabelle Etta, b. 12-31-1886; d. 12-22-1904, unm. 

1343 Lois Emeline, b. 8-28-1893; d. 

m. 9-25-1914, L. E. Field. 

1344 Lester Elson, b. 11-24-1895; d. 

1049. Harvey Wellington is a farmer and timber buyer, also 
live stock and real estate. He served as Selectman for three 
years. He married 4-7-1909, Elizabeth P., dau. of Geo. and 
Elizabeth (McKay) Osborne of Revere, Mass. 



134 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in Wilton. N. H.: 

1345 Jessie Isabel, b. 3-8-1913; d. 

1050. Charles Edgar is a farmer and deals in real estate and 
live stock. He married 9-13-1893, Bertha M., dau. of Coleman 
and Sarah A. (Somborn) Osborne of Greenfield, N. H., b. 4-7- 
1874; d. 
Issue, born in Wilton and Nashua, N. H.: 

1346 Edgar Parkman, b. 6-29-1894; d. 

1347 Alice Emeline, b. 7-27-1896; d. 

m. 5-19-1915, W. S. Oakes. 

1348 Bertha Osborne, b. 7-7-1901; d. 

1349 Chas. Haven, b. 5-28-1906; d. 

1350 John Harvey, b. 8-26-1908; d. 

1351 Walter Sanborn, b. 7-11-1913; d. 

1352 Lena May, b. 3-6-1915; d. 

1053. Harry Alfred married 12-23-1903, Eva B., dau. of Geo. 
and Lura A. (Shattuck) Fessenden of Wilton, N. H. 

Issue, born in Milford, N. H.: 

1353 Emily Bernice, b. 1-26-1905; d. 

1354 Buelah G., b. 10-31-1908; d. 

1355 Alfred F., b. 7-6-1911; d. 

1054. John Wilkins spent his early life on his father's farm, 
during part of the Civil War he was employed on a steamer, 
conscripted by the government to carry supplies on the Mus- 
kingum River to the troops in Kentucky, Later he became a 
farmer and took active part in all town and county affairs, 
holding office often. He married 8-19-1863, Malvida, dau. of 
Wm. and Nancy (Sprague) Mason of Lowell, O., b. lo-io- 
1840; d. 

Issue, born in Lowell, O.: 

1356 Henry Clarke, b. 7-11-1864; d. 3-9-1894. 

1357 Harley Edgar, b. 5-24-1866; d. 

1358 Joseph Wm., b. 8-31-1869; d. 7-28-1918. 

1359 Nellie M., b. 6-19-1874; d. 10-5-1908. 

m. 1 0-16- 1 902, 






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John of Andover 135 

1058. Senator William Pierce graduated at Bowdoin College 
in 1850; studied law in Rockland and Portland, Me., with Wm. 
Pitt Fessenden and moved to Lewiston in 1854. Was second 
Mayor of Lewiston; twice elected. Was County Attorney; 
Attorney General of Maine. Elected to the House of Repre- 
sentatives in 1870 and re-elected several times. In 1881 re- 
signed to become U. S. Senator in place of James G. Blaine; 
re-elected five times; President pro tem. in 1895 ^"d re-elected 
in 1901 and served as Vice-President of the U. S. from the 
death of Vice-President Hobart until 3-4-1901, and from the 
death of President McKinley. The Senate presented him with 
a beautiful loving cup as a token of esteem. He was a member 
of the Nat. Rep. Com. for ten years. A member of the Peace 
Committee appointed by President McKinley, sent to Paris to 
negotiate a Treaty with Spain. A Trustee of Bowdoin College, 
also of the Carnegie University of Washington. Bowdoin and 
Bates Colleges gave him an L.L.D. He married 2-27-1853, 
Caroline F., dau. of Archibald and Angelica Spear of Rock- 
land, Me., b. ; d. 12-21-1900. 

Issue, born in Rockland, Me.: 

1360 Helen E., b. 12-11-1853; d. 

m. 8-13-1874, Wallace H. White. 

1361 Alice Clifford, b. 8-1-1859; d. 

m. 7-31-1879, Frank H. Briggs. 

1362 Emma S., b. 12-6-1863; d. 11-5-1876, unm. 

1064, Frank Eugene was American Consul at Arrusa, Hon- 
duras, and married Flora Campbell. 

Issue, born in : 

1363 Charles, b. ; d. y. 

1098. RoBiE Gale graduated from Colby College in 1882; was 
Vice-Consul General of U. S. at Halifax, N. S., 1882-1885; in 
the Customs, Boston, since 1885; Deputy Collector of Customs 
since 1905; Trustee Colby College, 1912-1915, and of Sharon 
Public Library since 1916. Member loist Engineers, U. S. A. 
1887-1901, as First Lieutenant. 



136 Frye Genealogy 

1100. Henry Wakefield graduated Colby College i88g and 
was Vice-Consul General at Halifax, N. S., 1889-1890; took his 
Ph.D. at John Hopkins University in 1893. Was an electrical 
engineer and editor of the Electrical World, 1893-1894. 

1113. Jonathan James married 10-6-1860, Ruth, dau. of 
Nathaniel and Sarah Sanborn (Avery) Leavitt, b. 4-24-1839; 
d. . He died by the breaking and falling of a 

well-sweep in Sanbornton, N. H. 

Issue, born in Sanbornton, N. H.: 

1364 Sarah Marion, b. 11-24-1861; d. 

m. 10-1-1892, Elder Frederick Ranson. 

1365 Simeon Cheney, b. 4-26-1865; d. 

1115, Daniel Fisk married (i) 10-11-1863, Mary F. Toothaker, 
b. 1-8-1841; d. 10-21-1866; married (2) 12-3-1867, Mary A. Bar- 
ricklow, b. 4-14-1839; d. 

Issue, born in Grantham, N. H.: 

1366 Sarah Fisk, b. 12-7-1864; d. 

m. , Baston. 

1367 John, b. 6-17-1866; d. 

1368 George R., b. 10-14-1868; d. 

1369 Dudley, b. 7-6-1871; d. 8-16-1871, unm. 

1370 Daniel Fisk, b. 11-3-1872; d. 

1371 Olive Mary, b. 9-23-1877; d. 

1116. David Brown married , Diana L., dau. of 
John and Nancy (Currier) Clark. 

Issue, born in Grantham, N. H.: 

1372 Harold Clark, b. 10-25-1876; d. 11-27-1889, unm. 

1118. John E.4STMAN married 2-1-1881, AUine /\tlamon, dau. of 
Gilman and Charlotte (Ladd) Tuttle. 

Issue, born in East Concord, N. H..: 

1373 James Gilman, b. 11-28-1883; d. 

1374 Charlotte E., b. 10-20-1891; d. 



John of Andover 137 

1119. Peter James was in the insurance business and married 
IO-13-1884, Emma S., dau. of Saml. and Susan (Wltcomb) 
Eastman, b. 1-23-1857; d. 

Issue, born in Peabody, Mass.: 

1375 Eleanor Maude, b. 9-29-1887; d. 

1376 Maurice E., b. 7-31-1891; d. 

1124. Henry Olen married 11-20-1854, Isabelle A. Bingham. 
Issue, born in Concord, Vt. : 

1377 Flora A., b. 10-7-1856; d. 

1125. Charles P. married 3-1 5-1858, Emma L. Merriam. 
Issue, born in Concord, Vt. : 

1378 Charles H., b. 7-20-1859; d. 

1158. Major-Gen. James Albert graduated from Harvard 
1886. He entered the service Nov. 10, 1890, as Sergeant-Major. 
Served on the staffs of Govs. VVolcott, Crane and Guild of 
Mass. Major Artillery U. S. V. at Fort Warren, Mass., 4-26- 
11-14-1898. Colonel commanding corps Coast Artillery 1900-6. 
Command of Fort Rodman, Mass., in U. S. A. and Navy com- 
bined maneuvers 1902, 1903. Member of Nat. Board (War Dept.) 
on small arms practice since 1903; Adj.-Gen. Mass. 1906-7. 
Retired as Major-General 3-1 5-1907. He married 10-29-1891, 
Kate, dau. of Hon. Horatio Colomy of Keene, N. H. He is 
the author of From Headquarters, i8gj ; Fables of Field and 
Staff, i8g4; History of ist Mass. Artillery, i8gg. 

1162. William Asa was a commercial traveller and married 
II-I-1887, Nellie E. Munger. 

Issue, born in Omaha, Neb.: 

1379 Alexander W., b. 1-30-1889; d. 

1380 Gladys E., b. 2-12-1890; d. 

1183. Joseph Franklin was a leather merchant in Boston and 
married 10-24-1859, Emily I., dau. of Peter Gardner of Provi- 
dence, R. I. 



138 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in Boston, Mass.: 

1381 Gardner, b. , 1864; d. 8-9-1892. 

1382 Joseph, b. , 1867; d. 

1210. Francis Henry married 7-27-1882, Mary Florence Clark. 
Issue, born in : 

1383 Frank Edwin, b. 4-6-1883; d. 5-18-1883, unm 

1384 Frank Clark, b. 6-6-1884; d. 

1385 Charles Harper, b. 2-26-1886; d. 

1386 Walter Joseph, b. 11-9-1888; d. 

1387 Mary Louise, b. 1-1-1896; d. 

1213. Capt. Nathan A., was in the 5th Reg., Mass. V. M., 
1863. He married 6-11-1873, Alice H., dau. of Francis and 
Mary H. Chase of Augusta, Me., b. 6-9-1852; d. 

Issue, born in Salem, Mass.: 

1388 Francis Chase, b. 4-3-1874; d. 

1389 Nathan A., b. 3-3-1875; d. 

1390 Chas. Crownshield, b. 1-3-1880; d. 

1391 John Howard, b. 4-27-1883; d. 

1392 Mary Hamilton, b. 4-18-1890; d. 

1224. Oscar A. married 1-1-1880, Orista V., dau. of John 
Hutchinson, Lawrence, Mass. 

Issue, born in : 

1393 Oscar H. v., b. ; d. 

1394 Mevren, b. ; d. 

1234. Theophilus married 
Issue, born in : 

1395 , b. ; d. 

1241. Andrew M. married 
Issue, born in : 

1396 Moses, b. ; d. 



John of Andover 139 

1244. Charles Teniswood was a private in Co. J., Col. Du- 
yea's Zouaves, N. Y. V. He lived for sometime in Orange, 
N. J., and in 1876 moved to Wisconsin, and in 1886 to Michigan. 
He married 12-22-1861, Elizabeth Shipley Bromwell of Balti- 
more, Md.: 

Issue, born in New Jersey, Illinois and Wisconsin: 

1397 Margaret Adelia, b. 12-21-1862; d. 1-8-1865, unm. 

1398 Josiah Bromwell, b. 6-3-1864; d. 

1399 Mary Hilton, b. 4-29-1866; d. 

m. 1-15-1887, D. H. Chapin. 

1400 Adelia Elizabeth, b. 2-27-1868; d. 12-11-1885; 

m. 2-25-1885, Abner Gowan. 

1401 Effie Phoebe, b. 1-4-1871; d. 

m. 10-28-1889, Wm. M. Barr. 

1249. Minor Gates enlisted in 1861 with the 13th Maine Vol. 
and served brilliantly until he was mustered out in 1865; settled 
in Windham, N. H., in 1869 and became a merchant. He held 
several town offices and was Colonel of the 1st N. H. National 
Guard. He married 1-5-1868, Sarah, dau. of John and Sarah 
(Gage) Rowe of Windham. 

Issue, born in Lawrence, Mass., and Windham, N. H.: 

1402 Edith Gertrude, b. 7-8-1869; d. 2-1-1901, unm. 

1403 William Gates, b. 8-6-1879; d. 

1251. Addington D., Jr., married 12-24-1856, Florence M. 
White of New York City. 

Issue, born in New York City: 

1404 Milton Elwood, b. 10-24-1858; d. 

1405 Ella Louise, b. 8-9-1862; d. 1-1-1879, unm. 

NINTH GENERATION 

1324. Charles Phylander married 1-2-1904, Minnie, dau. of 
John and Alvena M. (Arnold) Klingerman of Allentown, Pa., 
b. 7-16-1880; d. 

Issue, born in Stoneham, Mass.: 

1406 Ruth Folsom, b. 9-14-1907; d. 



140 Frye Genealogy 

1332. Orville Henry is a farmer, carpenter and timber 
operator. Has been a Selectman for several years and married 
6-25-1897, Frances, dau, of Joseph and Margaret (Jolie) Delphy 
of Barnardstovvn, Mass. 

Issue, born in Wilton, N. H.: 

1407 Cosette Emma, b. 2- 18- 1899; d. 

m. 7-17-1919, H. G. McGrath. 

1408 Bernice Runetta, b. 1-3-1900; d. 

1409 Winona E., b. 5-26-1901; d. 

1410 Margaret D., b. 10-8-1902; d. 

141 1 Lester Russell, b. 1 1-13-1906; d. 

1412 Barbara Modelyn, b. 12-4-1915; d. 

1341. George Harvey is a rural mail carrier and married (i) 
5-27-1903, Fannie B., dau. of John A. and Sarah A. (Gray) 
Sheldon of Wilton, N. H., b. 9-17-1885; d. 6-9-1904; married (2) 
10-4-1905, Etta B., dau. of Edmond and Mary J. (Towne) Pier- 
son of New Boston, N. H., b. 9-23-1887; d. 

Issue, born in Wilton, N. H.: 

1413 Carl, b. 5-15-1909; d. 
1415 Mildred B., b. 5-13-1913; d. 

1344. Lester Elson was employed by the Fiske Rubber Co. 
at Chicopee Falls, Mass., when he entered the U. S. Army for 
the Worlds War on 5-25-1918. He went to France with the 
302nd Infantry, 6-30-1918. He assisted the i8th and 25th En- 
gineers in building a camp and railroad, when volunteers were 
called for, to run ammunition and supply trains to the front, he 
was among them. Later he was placed on the front firing line 
about 9-25-1918, and served until the armistice. He was re- 
turned to the U. S. in February and discharged from U. S. 
service on 3-14-1919. 

1346. Ensign Edgar Parkman entered the U. S. Navy as a 3rd 
class seaman 2-28-1916, promoted to Chief Gunner's Mate on 
board U. S. S.Kansas. Detached 11-5-1918, for duty as Ins. 
in U. S. Naval Air Station, Miami, Florida, transferred to 
Aviation Armory School, Great Lakes., 111. Commissioned 



John of Andover 141 

Ensign U. S. N. R., 11-6-1918. He married 8-12-1919, Kathryn 
W., dau. of Conrad C. and May E. (Minor) Lucal. 

1356. Henry Clark graduated from Marietta College 1891. 
Later in Law and Oratory from Chicago. Was principal of the 
schools in Newport, O., and Marietta Tp. High School, moved 
to Elk Point, S. D., in 1892, and became principal of the schools 
there, also Ins. Lecturer for the Southern Dist. of that state. 
He married 5-20-1886, Eleanor M. Wells. 

Issue, born in Mariette, O.: 

1415 Mabel lone, b. 1-10-1890; d. 

m. 9-27-1914, F. S. Fisher. 

1357. Harley Edgar graduated at Nat. Univ. 1888, and is a 
civil engineer. He married 8-15-1905, Maude V. Chapman. 

Issue, born in : 

1416 John Chapman, b. 8-25-1912; d. 

1358. Joseph William was a farmer after his education was 
completed at the Ohio State University. Later became man- 
ager of the Lowell Steam Milling Co., and in 1901 organized 
the Pioneer City Brokerage Co. of Marietta, being its president 
until his death. Was also President of the Chamber of Commerce 
of Marietta. He married (i) 7-10-1901, Nellie M. Sprague^ 
b. 11-9-1872; d. 1-25-1907; married (2) 5-27-1909, Helen Mun- 
son, b. 9-18-1872; d. 

Issue, born in Marietta, O.: 

1417 Marian Munson, b. 11-9-1911; d. 

1398. JosiAH Bromwell married 10-8-1889, Ella R. O'Brien. 
Issue, born in : 

1418 William E., b. 8-7-1890; d. 

1419 Gaynell, b. 1-25-1894; d. 

1420 Chas. Teniswood, b. 12-12-1897; '^• 

1421 Carl, b. 9-25-1899; d. 

1422 Thelma, b. 9-29-1901; d. 



142 Frye Genealogy 

1403. Willis Gates married 9-25-1905, Martha, dau. of Chas. 
H. and Martha M. (Rice) Cummings of Derby, N. H., b. 9-18- 
1880; d. 

Issue, born in Derby, N. H.: 

1423 Evelyn Gertrude, b. 4-28-1916; d. 



JOSHUA OF VIRGINIA 



This line writes the name mostly without the final E. 



JOSHUA OF VIRGINIA 



The name FRY is coeval with the Colony as far back as 1623 
but Col. Joshua did not come to Virginia until about 1720. He 
was the son of Joseph Fry of Crewkerne, Somersetshire, Eng- 
land, and educated at Oxford. The date of his birth was 
about 1700. He patented 1000 acres of land on the Robinson 
river in Essex Co., Va., in 1726, and 400 acres "in the fork of 
the Robinson" in 1739. Skilled in the mathematical sciences, he 
was appointed Professor of Mathematics in William and Mary 
College in 1729. Later he was a member of the House of 
Burgesses. In 1738 he offered proposals to Legislature for 
preparing a map of Virginia, and in 1751, he compiled the map 
in concert with Col. Peter Jefferson, father of President Thomas 
Jefferson. The famous map was said to be the most accurate 
of any made and is called the Frye and Jefferson map and 
still used. 

He was one of the commissioners from Virginia in making 
a treaty with the Indians at Logstown, June, 1752. He was 
appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Virginia forces, Feb. 25, 
1754, and directed to Fort Desquene. In Governor Dinwiddle's 
commission to Col. Joshua Fry the name is spelled with the 
final E but on records of Albemarle Co., where Col. Fry lived 
for some time before his death, he signed his name without the 
final E. 

He died suddenly. May 31, 1754, at Wills Creek, Va., on his 
march to Fort Desquene and was succeeded by Washington 
but his death was considered an essential loss to the service 
He is buried at Old Town, Md., seven miles from Wills Creek, 
with this inscription on his grave, written by Washington, then 
second in command. "UNDER THIS OAK TREE LIES 
THE GOOD, THE NOBLE AND JUST COL. FRY." 

His obituary reads: "He was a man of so clear a head, so 
mild a temper, and so good a heart, that he never failed to en- 
gage the love and esteem of all who knew or were concerned 
with him." 



146 Frye Genealogy 

He married a widow, Mrs. Mary Hill, dau. of Dr. Paul Micou, 
about 1729. 

Issue, born in Essex and Albemarle Counties: 

2 John, b. 5-7-1737; d- , 1778. 

3 Henry, b. 10-30-1738; d. 8-7-1823. 

4 Martha, b. 5-15-1740; d. 

m. , John Nichols. 

5 William, b. 2-6-1743; d. 7-1-1760, unm. 

6 Margaret, b. 5- 15-1744; d. 

m. , John Scott. 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. John was a Vestryman of St. Ann's Parish and married 
Sarah, dau. of Col. Richard Adams. 

Issue, born in Albemarle County: 

7 Joshua, b. , abt. 1760; d. 

8 William, b. ; d. 

9 Tabitha, b. ; d. 

m. , Bowler Cocke. 

3. Rev. Henry was the first Methodist preacher in Virginia. 
He was a farmer and married 6-16-1764, Sukey, dau. of Dr. 
Thos. Walker of Castle Hill, Va., b. 12-25-1747; d. 2-26-1808. 

Issue, born in Albemarle and Madison Counties, Va.: 

10 Margaret, b. 5-29-1765; d. 

m. , Philip Lightfoot. 

11 Reuben, b. 7-9-1766; d. 5-23-1807. 

12 Martha, b. 12-21-1767; d. 10-17-1828; 

m. , Goodrich Lightfoot. 

13 Joshua, b. 3-17-1769; d. 10-17-1838. 

14 Thos. Walker, b. 10-24-1770; d. 1-1-1823. 

15 Henry, b. 5-24-1773; d. 2-18-1815. 
^16 John, b. 6-11-1775; d. 4-IO-1844. 

17 William, b. 3-23-1777; d. 11-19-1854, unm. 

18 Wesly, b. 3-25-1779; d. , 1823. 

19 Maria, b. 8-25-1782; d. , 1852; 

m. , Hugh Walker. 



Joshua of Virginia 147 

20 Francis A., b. 9-7-1784; d. 8-7-1797, unm. 

21 Thornton, b. 11-21-1786; d. 11-20-1823. 

22 Susan Peachy, b. 3-10-1789; d. 8-7-1790, unm. 



THIRD GENERATION ,.^y^ 

7. Joshua was made a Colonel after he was a soldier in the 
Revolution and migrated to Mercer Co., Ky. Here he opened 
a classical school and became renowned. Was amiable and 
benevolent as well as scholarly and accomplished. He was 
beloved by all who knew him. He married Peachy, dau. of 
Dr. Thos. Walker of Castle Hill, Va., and his daughter, Mildred 
Ann, by her marriage with William C. Bullett, became the 
mother of the famous Bullett lawyers of Kentucky and Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Issue, born in Jefferson County, Ky. : 

23 Thomas Walker, b. ; d. 

24 John, b. ; d. 

25 Lucy, b. , 1784; d. , 1874. 

m. , 1808, Judge John Speed. 

26 Patsy Martha, b. ; d. 

m. , David Bell. 

27 Sally Reed, b. ; d. 

m, , Hon. John Green. 

28 Susan, b. ; d. , unm. 

29 Mildred Ann, b. ; d. 

m. , William C. Bullett. 

8. William married Catherine, dau. of Jacob Spears, who in 
1790 built the first distillery in Bourbon Co., Ky., and the product 
gave Bourbon Co. its fame. 



Issue, born in 


, Ky.: 


30 Catherine, 


b. 5-31-1787; d. 11-11-1857, unm 


31 Rachel, 


b. ; d. 


m. 


, Aaron Forman. 


32 Henry, 


b. ; d. 


33 Benjamin, 


b. ; d. 


34 Joseph, 


b. ; d. 



148 Frye Genealogy 

35 Jacob, b. ; d. 

36 Elizabeth, b. ; d. 

37 Rebecca, b. ; d. 

11. Reuben was a farmer and married 10-16-1788, Ann C, 
dau. of Col. James Slaughter of Culpeper Co., Va., b. ; 

d. 5-29-1805. 

Issue, born in Madison County, Va.: 

38 Susannah Peachy, b. 7-16-1790; d. 11-8-1857; 

m. , Mathew Maury. 

39 Matilda, b. 4-21-1792; d. 11-6-1847; 

m. 7-3-1810, Francis Fontane Maury. 

40 Anne Clayton, b. 9-26-1793; d, 

m. , Wm. Hope. 

41 Joseph Lapenay, b. 2-2-1795; ^• 

42 Mary Margaret, b. 11-17-1796; d. 

m. , Robt. Smith. 

43 James Henry, b. 12-26-1798; d. 

44 Philip Slaughter, b. 4-23-1801; d. 8-16-1859. 

13. Joshua was a farmer in Madison Co. and married (i) ii- 
29-1791, Catherine Walker; married (2) , Mrs. Willis, 
dau. of William Twyman. 

Issue, born in Madison County, Va.: 

45 Henry Belville, b. 12-22-1792; d. 4-14-1836. 

46 Hugh Walker, b. 1-22-1796; d. 2-13-1872. 

47 Joshua Jefferson, b. 10-6-1799; d. 

m. 5-4-1863, Sallie Scott. No issue. 

48 Mary C, b. 1-29-1801; d. , 1821; 

m. , Geo. Miller. 

49 Emily S., b. 4-29-1803; d. 

m. , Larken Willis. 

50 Edward, b. 9-2-1804; d. , 1840. 

14. Thomas Walker was a farmer in Todd Co., Ky., and mar- 
ried (i) , 1794, Mrs. Elizabeth (Bourn) Slaughter; 
married (2) , Ann, dau. of Col. Abram Maury of 
Madison, Va. 



Joshua of Virginia 149 

Issue, born in Kentucky: 

51 William Wirt, b. ; d. 

52 Susan L., b. ; d. , 1840; 

m. , 1822, Thos. W. Gray, 

53 Fannie B., b. , 1815; d. 

m. , Francis W. Ratcliffe. 



15. Henry was a farmer and married 12-27-1796, Mildred, dau. 
of Rev. Mathew Maury of Albemarle Co., Va. 

Issue, born in Madison County, Va.: 

54 William Henry, b. 9-23-1797; d. 12-11-1819. 

55 J, Francis, b. 8-12-1799; d. 

16. John was a farmer and married Deborah Haywood of Cul- 
peper, Va. He died at Charlotteville, Va. 

Issue, born in Madison County, Va.: 



56 William, 


b. 








d. 




y 57 George, 
58 Thomas, 


b. 
b. 








d. 
• d. 




59 Austin, 

60 Budd, 


b. 
b. 








d. 
d. 




61 Joshua Divers. 


b. 






d. 




62 Elizabeth, 


b. 








d. 




m. 
63 Susan, 


b. 




, Dr. Arthur Strother. 
; d. 


No issue 


m. 






,Hugh 


M 


inor. 





18. Wesly was a farmer living in Dawsonville, Va., and mar- 
ried (i) 6-25-1799, Susannah, dau. of Hugh Walker; married (2) 
1-6-1817, Sophia, dau. of Dr. Peter Leflet of Paris, France. 

Issue, born in Madison County, Va.: 

64 Eliza W,, b. 9-1-1799; d. 1-20-1849; 

m. 10-5-1826, Geo. W. Clarke. 

65 Clara H., b. 7-22-1801; d. 

m. 11-10-1825, Dr. W. J. Banks. 

66 Thornton F., b. 8-12-1803; d. 

67 Joshua W., b. 1-24-1806; d. 



150 Frye Genealogy 

68 Mary Cathrine, b. 7-14-1809; d. 2-20-1852; 

m. 4-28-1829, Thos. White. 

69 Martha M., b. 6-11-1813; d. 

70 Henry, b. 12-5-1817; d. 

71 Sophia R., b. 2-6-1819; d. 7-4-1843; 

m. , Henry White. 

72 Sarah M., b. 4-28-1821; d. 

m. , William T. Nichols. 

73 William D., b. 3-8-1823; d. 

74 Virginia L., b. 7-27-1825; d. 

m. , J. E. Bradford. 

75 Elizabeth W., b. 2-23-1828; d. 
'J^ Cornelia M., b. 12-13-1831; d. 

m , Webb. 

21. Thornton was a farmer and married 11-21-1816, Eliza R., 
dau. of Hon. Philip R. Thompson of Culpeper, Va. 

Issue, born in Kanawha County, Va. : 

'j'j Cornelia, b. 8-25-1817; d. 

m. , John Lyddall Bacon. 

78 Francis F., b. 9-2-1819; d. 

79 Burkett Davenport, b. 6-24-1822; d. 

FOURTH GENERATION 

23. Thos. Walker married Elizabeth, dau. of Wm. and Mary 
(Speed) Smith. They lived at the homestead in Mercer Co., 
Ky., known as the "Spring House," one of the most famous 
country seats in the bluegrass region of Kentucky. 

Issue, born in Mercer County, Ky.: 

80 Mary, b. ; d. 

m. (i) , Lawrence; m. (2) 

, Dr. L. W. Green. 

81 Joshua, b. ; d. 

82 Nancy, b. ; d. 

m. , Col. Thos. Barbee. 

83 Lucy, b. ; d. 

m. . Cocke. 



Joshua of Virginia 



151 



84 Francis H., 


b. 








; d. 


85 Thos. W., 


b. 








; d. 


86 Martha, 


b. 








; d. 


87 Speed Smith, b. 


9-9- 


1817; 




d. 8-1-1892 


88 David, 


b. 








; d. 


89 Eliza Julia, 


b. 








; d. 


90 Sallie, 


b. 








; d. 


m. 








Wii 


nston. 


91 Susan, 


b. 








; d.y. 


92 John James, 


b. 








; d.y. 


24. Dr. John married 


ijud 


ith Harrison. 




Issue, born in 




: 








93 Peachy, 


b. 








; d. 


m. 






, Robt 


. Montgomery. 


94 John, 


b. 








; d. 


95 Gary H., 


b. 








; d. 


35. Jacob married 












Issue, born in 












96 John, 


b. 








; d. 


97 Aaron, 


b. 








; d. 


98 Elizabeth, 


b. 








; d. 


m. 






» 


Ramsey. 


99 Amanda, 


b. 








; d. 



41. Joseph Lapenay moved from Madison Co. to Charleston, 
Va., in 1817, then in 1832 moved to Wheeling, Va. Was elected 
by legislature of Virginia a member of the Council of State in 
1819, served in the Senate of Virginia, 1824-1828, Was ap- 
pointed Judge of the Twentieth Circuit 4-17-1831, by the 
Legislature and went out of office under the new Constitution 
7-1-1832. He married (i) , Martha G. Wilson of 

Charlestown, Va., who died lo-i 5-1830; married (2) , 

Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. John and Rebecca (Walkup) McElhenny 
of Louisburg, W. Va.: 

Issue, born in Charleston and Wheeling, Va.: 

100 Jane Ann, b. 1-4-1824; d. 3-1-1850; 

m. 6-20-1843, Judge James Paull. 



152 



Frye Genealogy 



loi James W., b. 12-29-1825; d. 3-23-1855. 

102 Martha Eve, b. 10-27-1827; d. 11-1-1831, unm. 

103 Mary Matilda, b. 2-21-1830; d. 11-2-1830, unm. 

104 Lucy, b. 10-12-1836; d. 

m. 11-24-1856, Hon. Henry M. Matthews. 



105 John J., 


b. 2-11-1839; 


d. 7-21-1861 


196 Henry, 


b. 1-11-1841; 


d. 


107 Elizabeth, 


b. 11-27-1842; 


d. 


108 Rebecca, 


b. 1-10-1845; 


d. 


m. 


, Col. Geo. 


M. Edgar. 


109 Rose, 


b. 6-25-1847; 


d. 


no Lilly, 


b. 6-25-1847; 


d. 


III William Wirt, b. 12-14-1849; 


d. 



43. James Henry was a farmer, had been State Senator and 
later Sheriff of Kanawha Co., Va. He married two sisters by 
name of Donally. 

Issue, born in Madison and Kanawha Counties, Va. : 



112 Philip, 


b. 


; d. y.. 


unm. 


113 James, 


b. 


; d. 




114 Mary, 
m. 


b. 


; d. 

, Lewis Wilson. 




115 Henry, 

116 Joseph, 

117 Sally, 


b. 
b. 
b. 


; d. 
; d. 
; d. 





44. Philip Slaughter was a County Clerk several years be- 
fore his death. He married , Pamelia Anderson. 

Issue, born in Orange County, Va.: 

1X8 Philip Henry, b. , 1834; d. 



m. 



Oden. No issue. 



119 Edmund, b. 

120 Thos. Slaughter, b. 2-23-1838; 

121 Charles Wm., b. , 1842; 

122 Luther Conway, b. 11-17-1844; 

123 Reuben Macon, b. 

124 Alexander Maury, b. 



1862. 



d. 9- 

d. 

d. 

d. 
; d. 
; d. y., unm 



Joshua of Virginia 153 

45. Henry Belville was a farmer and married (i) , 

Ann Clark; married (2) , Lucy Claris. 

Issue, born in Madison County, Va.: 

125 Chas. Meriwether, b. ; d. 



126 Kitty W., 

m. 

127 Maria E., 


b. 
b. 


; d. 
, W. D. Fry. 
; d. 


m. 
128 Sarah A., 


b. 


, Thos, Sparks. 

; d. 


m. 

129 Mary E., 

m. 

130 Clara H., 


b. 
b. 


, R. S. Thomas. 

; d. 

, Jerry Garnett. 

; d. 



m. 9-12-1877, Absalom G. Garnett. 

46. Hugh Walker was a merchant in Richmond, Va. He 
married 12-26-1820, Maria White. 

Issue, born in Fredericksburg, Va.: 

131 Wm. Henry, b. 10-8-1821; d. 

132 John James, b. 2-5-1824; d. 

133 Hugh Walker, b. 4-14-1826; d. 10-22-1872. 

134 Silas Wood, b. 10-9-1828; d. 11-11-1828, unm. 

135 Mary Emily, b, 1-12-1832; d. 

m. , Saml. G. Lightfoot. 

51. William Wirt was a lawyer and married , 1828, 

Mary O. Deviridge. 

Issue, born in Louisville, Ky.: 

136 Henry, b. ; d. 

137 John, b. ; d. 

138 Daviridge, b. ; d. 

139 Frances Wirt, b. ; d. 

m. , Prof. James H. Gray. 

140 Ann B., b. ; d. 

55. James Francis was a farmer and married 1-4-1822, Mary T. 
Barksdale. 



154 



Frye Genealogy 



Issue, born in Charlottesville, Va.: 

141 Thos. Wesley, b. 6-23-1823; d. 3-28-1849. 

142 Mathew Henry, b. 8-28-1824; d. 

m. , Sarah Heiskell. No issue. 

143 Mildred Jane, b. 11-29-1825; d. 

m. , T. S. Barksdale. 

144 John Nelson, b. 6-16-1828; d. 

m. , Mary E. Goodman. No issue. 

145 Jesse Lewis, b. 6-26-1829; d. 

146 Ann Elisabeth, b. 8-16-1831; d. 

m. , James D. Goodman. 

147 Mary Catherine, b. 8-16-1837; d. 

66. Thornton F. married (i) 5-1-1827, Leah White; married 
(2) , Sarah Carpenter. 

Issue, born in Madison County, Va.: 

148 Leah W., b. 7-4-1828; d. 

m. , Angus Rueker. 

149 James H., b. 3-23-1831; d. 

150 John W., b. , 1833; d. 

151 William O., b. 12-23-1834; d. 

152 Thomas V., b. , 1836; d. 

153 Hugh N., b. , 1838; d. 



70. Henry was a farmer and married (i) 
Webb; married (2) , Bell Burnett. 

Issue, born in Madison County, Va.: 



, Martha 



154 Sophia L., 


b. 3-1-1844; 


d. 


155 Rosalie, 


b. 6-16-1847; 


d. 


156 Wesley, 


b. 8-7-1848; 


d. 


157 Jennie, 


b. 2-10-1849; 


d. 


158 Henry, 


b. 10-6-1850; 


d. 


159 John W., 


b. 3-18-1852; 


d. 


160 Lizzie, 


b. 4-17-1856; 


d. 


161 Cornelia, 


b. 4-10-1859; 


d. 



73. William D. married 2-14-1849, Catherine, dau. of Belville 
Fry. 



Joshua of Virginia 155 

Issue, born in Madison County, Va. : 

162 Lucy Leigh, b. 8-29-1854; d, 

163 Charles Budd, b. 5-26-1856; d. 

164 Hugh N. Meriwether, b. ; d. 



FIFTH GENERATION 

81. Joshua married 

Issue, born in Mercer County, Ky.: 

165 Henry, b. ; d. 

84. Frances H. married , Caroline A., dau. of 
Felix and Caroline Seymour of Louisville, Ky, She was very 
beautiful and popular. 

Issue, born Crawtordsville, Ind.: 

166 Wm. Smith, b. ; d. 

167 Frances Amelia, b. ; d. 

m. , Harrison Boudinot. 

168 Martha Bell, b. ; d. y. 

169 Sallie Seymour, b. ; d. 

m. , Clayton S. Hildebrand. 

170 Lucy J., b. ; d. , unm. 

171 Martha Bell, b. ; d. y. 

85. Thomas W. was a fine doctor, most agreeable and loveable. 
During the Civil War he was a surgeon in the field and after 
was in charge of hospitals at Louisville and New Albany, Ky. 
He married 



ssue, born in Indi 


ana: 




172 Thos. W., 


b. 


; d. 


173 Julia, 


b. 


; d. 


m. 




, Mathews. 


174 William, 


b. 


; d. 


175 Lewis, 


b. 


; d. 


176 Lottie, 


b. 


; d. 


m. 




, Little. ili'V .cl<w4 



156 



Frye Genealogy 



87. Speed Smith studied law and practiced for a time in Dan- 
ville, Ky.; was County Judge for many years. During the 
Mexican War he was Com. of a company in Col. McKee's Reg. 
In the Civil War he raised one of the first Kentucky Union 
regiments. Was conspicious in the battle of Mills Springs i86i. 
Was made Brigadier-General in 1862 and was loved and re- 
spected by all. At the time of his death, he was in charge of 
the Soldiers Home in Louisville, Ky. He married (i) Mildred 
T. Smith of Jefferson Co.; married (2) , Cynthia A. 

Pope. 

Issue, born in Danville Ky.: 

d. 

d. 
d. 



; d. 
; d. 



177 Mildred S., 

178 Thos. J., 

179 Speed S., 


b. 
b. 
b. 


. David married 




Issue, born in 




180 Walker, 

181 Bessie, 


b. 
b. 



106. Henry M. married L. B. Hoffnagle. 
Issue, born in : 



182 


Frank, 


b. 




183 Lucy, 


b. 




184 Clayton, 


b. 




185 


Lily, 


b. 




186 


Josephine 


L., 


b. 


187 


Elizabeth Ann 


b 



113. James married Alvin Goshorn. 
Issue, born in : 

188 , b. 

189 , b. 



; d. 
; d. 



120. Thomas Slaughter was a cotton factor in Mobile, Ala., 
and married 12-6-1865, Mary, dau. of Reuben Shorter of Col- 
umbus, Ga. 



Joshua of Virginia 



157 



Issue, born in Mobile, Ala.: 

190 Kate, b. 

191 Charles Philip, b. 11-2-1! 

192 Edmund Maury, b. 

193 Fanny Gordon, b. 

194 Mildred, b. 



d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 



121. Charles Wm. married Fanny Davis of Alabama. 
Issue, born in Hot Springs: 

195 , b. ; d. 

196 , b. ; d. 



123. Reuben married , - 

Issue, born in Chicot County, Ark.: 

197 . b. 

198 , b. 

199 . b. 

200 , b. 



Hutchins. 

d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 



131. William Henry was a merchant in Richmond, Va., and 
married 5-8-1844, Jane M. Watson of Albemarle Co., Va., b. 8- 
29-1825; d. 

Issue, born in Richmond, Va. : 

201 Hugh Walker, b. 11-14-1846; d. 

202 Ann Maria, b. 12-6-1848; d. 

203 Richard Watson, b. 11-3-1850; d. 

204 William Henry, b. 8-15-1852; d. 

205 Jane Margaret, b. 5-23-1854; d. 

206 Peter Meriwether, b. 3-24-1856; d. 

207 Charles Nelson, b. 4-30-1858; d. 

208 Elnore Shepard, b. 12-27-1859; d. 

209 Edward Scott, b. 9-19-1861; d. 

210 Douglas Bland, b. 7-24-1863; d. 

211 M. Douglas, b. 9-22-1867; d. 

212 Susan Harris, b. 10-16-1869; d. 

132. John James was a commission merchant and for several 
years Superintendent of the City Gas Works in Richmond, Va. 



158 



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He married Mary C. Lewis of Albemarle Co., Va., b. 10-6- 
1831; d. 
Issue, born in Richmond, Va.: 

213 Howell Lewis, b. 10-15-1850; d. 

214 Margaret Duglas, b. 7-12-1852; d. 7-II-1854, unm. 

215 John Walker, b. 6-13-1854; d. 

216 Samuel Gordon, b. 10-31-1856; d. 

217 , b. ; d, 

218 Susan Stanford, b. 10-30-1859; d. 

219 S. Stanford, b. 1-3-1863; d. 

133. Hugh Walker was a commission merchant in Richmond 
for many years, later lived in Georgetown, D. C. He married 
Mary L. Davidson. 

Issue, born in Richmond, Va.: 

220 Henry Davidson, b. 4-16-1853; d. 5-12-1919. 

221 Alice Bell, b. 12-26-1855; d. y., unm. 

222 Frank, b. 1-8-1858; d. y., unm. 

141. Thomas Wesley married Sarah McLauren. 
Issue, born in Charlottesville, Va.: 

223 Edwin James, b. 12-1-1845; d. 

224 Clara, b. 10-20-1849; d. 

m. 6-6-1868, J. F. Starr. 



145. Jessie Lewis married Frances Dunkum. 
Issue, born in : 

d. 

d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 

149. James H. was clerk of Lee Co., moved later to Texas. 
He married 



225 William, 


b. 


226 Jessie, 


b. 


227 Lewis, 


b. 


228 Rosa Lee, 


b. 


229 Harry T., 


b. 


230 Frances A., 


b. 


231 Alice, 


b. 



Joshua of Virginia 159 

Issue, born in , Texas: 

232 dau., b, ; d. 

233 dau., b. ; d. 

150. John W. married Nannie, dau. of Dr. Alfred Taliaferre of 
Culpeper, Va. 

Issue, born in , Va.: 

234 Nannie, b. ; d. 

152. Thomas V. served during the Civil War; was delegate 
from Madison Co., Va., and married Octavia, dau. of Parker 
Ayler. 

Issue, born in Madison County, Va.: 

235 Roy, b. ; d. 

236 Lucian, b. ; d. 

237 Harry, b. ; d. 

153. Hugh N. served in the Civil War. He married Etta Hill. 
Issue, born in : 

238 Fitzhugh, b. ; d. 

239 Frank, b. ; d. 

240 Etta, b. ; d. 

SIXTH GENERATION 

220. Henry Davidson was educated at Ricnmond, Va., and 
Geo. Washington University; studied medicine at Uniyersity of 
Maryland and graduated in 1876. Practiced in Washington, 
D. C. Was Professor of Gynecology at Georgetown University 
in 1895. Professor of Obstetrics in Washington Post Graduate 
Medical School in 1904. Gynecologist to Garfield Memorial 
Hospital. Obstetrician to Columbia Lying-in and Georgetown 
University Hospitals. Fellow College of Surgeons; Member of 
American Gynecologist Society, Southern Surgical and Gyne- 
cological Society, A.M. A.; Washington Academy of Science; 
Translated from the French; The Principles of Antiseptic 



160 Frye Genealogy 

Methods Applied to Obstetric Practice in 1887. He married 
(I) , 1884, Gertrude May Campbell, b. 5-1-1858; d. 10- 

7-1891; married (2) , Ida Lindsey; married (3) 9-16- 

1908, Mrs. Annabel Lee Squire. 

Issue, born in Washington, D. C: 

241 Gertrude Campbell, b. 5.25-1885; d. 

m. 1-11-1911, Andrew B. Durall. 

242 Edith Gilliss, b. 3-20-1887; d. 

m. 10-18-1911, Wm. E. Pearson. 

223. Edwin James is First Vice-President of the First National 
Bank of Marshall, Texas. He married 10-25-1866, Mary L. 
Rankin, b. ; d. 4-11-1918. 

Issue, born in Marshall, Texas: 

243 Sophy C, b. 10-27-1868; d. II-4-1902; 

m. 1-19-1890, Charles Cobb, Jr. 

244 Emory Starr, b. 5-4-1870; d. 

245 Pamie, b. 10-22-1872; d. 

m. 11-25-1891, W. L. Barry. 

246 Sallie, b. 4-27-1875; d. 

m. 4-9-1896, John Copeland. 

247 Edwin J., b. 8-9-1879; d. 

m. 7-3-1898, Dixie Baldwin. No issue. 

248 Leula L., b. 1-27-1880; d. 

m. 7-4-1901, L. H. Irvine. 

249 Belle R., b. 4-18-1884; d. 

m. 11-26-1904, W. D. Minton, Jr. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 

244. Emory Starr is Second Vice-President of the First 
National Bank of Marshall, Texas. He married 7-8-1890, 
Hallett Elgin. 

Issue, born in Marshall, Texas: 

250 Emory Elgin, b. 7-18-1892; d. 

251 Lois, b. 7-19-1897; d. 

252 E. James, b. 7-23-1907; d. 



THOMAS OF RHODE ISLAND 



This line writes the name without the final E. 



THOMAS OF RHODE ISLAND 



Thomas was the son of John Fry, who was a Member of 
Parliament in England and one of the Judges of Charles I. He 
was born at Yarte, Devonshire, England, in 1632. It is un- 
certain just when he came to New England, U. S. A., but he 
was elected " freeman " (member of the town council) in 1669. 
Was "Gen. Sargent" 1676-7, 1681, 1690-1. On 10-31-1677, he 
and 47 others were granted 5,000 acres of Crown Land to be 
called East Greenwich, R. I., he having previously lived in 
Newport, R. I. Was "Deputy" from 1684-90 and 1687 was a 
member of the Grand Jury. On 3-11-1689, he deeded to his 
eldest son, Thomas, all rights to his lands in East Greenwich, 
reserving the profits of 100 acres for life. He married , 

1662, Mary Griffin and died 6-11-1704, and was buried in the 
Newport Cemetery, R. I. This line has always spelled the 
name without the final E. 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 

2 Thomas, b. , 1666; d. 9-3-1748. 

3 Joseph, b. ; d. 

4 Ruth, b. " ,1674; d. 11-24-1733, unm. 

5 Katherine, b. 12-28-1683; d. 5-4-1740; 

m, 9-20-1706, Thos. Rodman. 

6 Sarah, b. ; d. , 1733; 

m. 7-5-1708, Thos. Leach. 

7 Elizabeth, b. ; d. 

m. 9-18-1711, Joseph Anthony. 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. Thomas was made "freeman" in 1690, "Deputy" most of 
the years 1696-1732. Justice of Peace 1698-1704. On 3-29- 
1701, was appointed by the Assembly as a member of a com. 
for Gen. Audit of the Colony. Was appointed 10-29-1707, a 
Com. to treat and settle with Mass. about the northern boun- 
dary of Rhode Island. Was Clerk of the Assembly from 1708- 



164 Frye Genealogy 

II and 1718. In 1714 was " Mayor of the Main." On 7-5-1715, 
he with Andrew Harris were appointed by the Assembly to 
transcribe, fit and prepare for press, all the laws of the Colony, 
and in 5-1719 was "allowed 10 pounds sterling for his trouble 
and pains in getting the laws of the Colony printed." i-io- 
1726, was appointed one of a com. to meet the Conn. com. to 
settle the boundary line between the two colonies. 

Was Deputy Gov. from 1727-g, and married 2-1-1688, Wel- 
thian Greene, they were married by John Greene, Justice. 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 

8 Thomas, b. 2-16-1691; d. , 1782. 

9 Mary, b. 6-24-1693; d. , 1746; 

m. 9-13-1716, John Spencer. 

10 John, b. 10-31-1695; d. 9-6-1753. 

11 Elizabeth, b. 12-7-1697; d. 

12 Welthian, b. 7-27-1700; d. 

m. , Gorton. 

13 Hannah, b. 3-31-1702; d. 

m. 1-6-1732, John Holden. 

14 Ruth, b. 6-5-1704; d. 2-4-1755, unm. 

3. Joseph was a glazier and made a "freeman" in 1701, Deputy 
and Captain in 1714. On~i-i5-i7i4, he and two others were 
appointed by the Assembly to ascertain what was due from 
the Colony to Col. Wm. Wanton. He married 12-12-1700, 
Mary, dau. of Latham and Hannah (Wilbur) Clarke. 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 

15 Joseph, b. ; d. 

m. 11-13-1729, Mary Coggeshall. 

16 John, b. ; d. 

m. 3-26-1724, Abigail Spink. 

17 Ruth, b. ; d. 11-17-1716, unm. 

18 Mary, b. , 1705; d. 12-11-1711, unm. 

19 Elizabeth, b. ; d. 

m. 1-1-1729, Edmund Casey. 

20 Thomas, b. ; d. 

m. 3-12-1746, Abigail Scranton. 

21 Hannah, b. ; d. 

m. 1-7-1739, Thomas Cranston. 



Thomas of Rhode Island 165 

22 Freelove, b. ; d. 

m. 12-18-1740, Randolph Eldredge. 

Further record of the descendants of Joseph has been so far 
impossible to find, but have found a great-gfandson, and so 
include his family without the connecting links, hoping for 
them later. 

X. Thomas, born in East Greenwich, 7-22-1782; married 12-4- 
1805, Cynthia, dau. of Perry and Tacy (Wells) Burdick of 
Hopkinton, R. I. They moved soon after to Eaton, N. Y.^ 
which was a wilderness, still inhabited by the Indians. The 
journey was made in a covered lumber wagon, containing all 
their worldly goods, and drawn by a horse hitched in front of a 
yoke of oxen. He was a tanner and established a tannery and 
grist mill at Eaton, N. Y. Was also a farmer and before 1819 
he moved on a farm of 300 acres near. In 1845 ^e sold his 
farm and moved to one in Crawford Co., Pa., later moving to 
Lockport, Pa., where he died 11-25-1857. 

Issue, born in Eaton, N. Y.: 

A Lucy Wells, b. 2-9-1807; d. 1-31-1840; 

m. 4-9-1839, Wesley Latin. 
B Mary, b. 3-10-1809; d. 3-3-1881; 

m. 4-13-1831, Ebenezer W. Longstreet. 
C Joseph, b. 3-24-1811; d. 7-18-1838, unm. 

D Catherine Wells, b. 3-7-1813; d. 12-24-1857; 

m. 11-3-1842, Thos. Williams. 
E Cynthia, b, 2-6-1815; d. 1-28-1886; 

m. 5-28-1837, Nathan BriSco. 
F Sarah Reed, b. 4-28-1817; d. 

m. 9-16-1843, Philander Russell. 
G Daniel Lee, b. 12-31-1819; d. 2-19-1896. 

H Lydia Ann, b. 7-16-1822; d. 9-4-1841, unm. 

I Thomas, b. 9-3-1825; d. 9-4-1825, unm. 

J James Wells, b. 8-29-1827; d. 10-13-1890; 

m. , Mary Cowing. No issue. 

K Zelia Antoinette, b. 11-23-1830; d. 

m. , Cummings. 

L Thomas Marshall, b. 3-3-1834; d. 



166 Frye Genealogy 

NEXT GENERATION 

G. Daniel Lee was educated at Hamilton College and then 
took up carpenter work and canal boat building. In 1854 he 
with his brothers James and Thomas bought out a small piano 
manufactory and made a profitable living. He retired in 1880, 
buying out his brother's interest in the factory building and 
made it over into an apartment house which he controlled until 
his death. He married Sarah Wells Terry in 3-8-1828. 

Issue, born in Pultney and Syracuse, N. Y.: 

1 Hebe, b. 3-25-1852; d. 

m. 10-25-1877, John E. Goodrich. 

2 John W., b. 12-1-1855; d. 3-12-1911; 

m. , 1889, Mary Sullivan. No issue. 

3 George, b. 2-12-1860; d. 9-19-1861, unm. 

4 George Terry, b. 1-9-1862; d. 12-13-1908, unm. 

5 Kate Louise, b. 9-25-1865; d. 

m. 12-28-1888, Wm. Barker Parshall. 

L. Thomas Marshall was born on a farm and spent his early 
life on it, but soon became an expert machinist. When twenty 
years old, he joined his brothers James and Daniel in buying 
out a small piano manufactory in Syracuse. In spite of great 
difficulties, they achieved very fair success and all retired in 
1880. Then he travelled and sold pianos until 1892. This 
year he bought a drug store in Syracuse for his son Charles and 
ran it for three years. He then came to New York and became 
at 60 a successful art supply dealer. Retired in 191 5 giving the 
business over to his son Howard, who had been associated with 
him for several years. He married 12-7-1858, Martha Ann, dau. 
of Wm. and Samantha Hull of Whittingham, Vt. 

Issue, born in Syracuse, N. Y.: 

1 Carrie Estelle, b. 10-28-1859; d. 1-11-1863, unm. 

2 Chas. Marshall, b. 8-29-1864; d. 8-19-1864, unm. 

3 Carrie Estelle, b. 7-14-1863; d. 7-13-1888; 

m. 6-7-1888, Willard M. Wentworth. 

4 Chas. Marshall, b. 3-6-1869; d. 8-1-1901. 

5 Howard James, b. 4-1-1877; d. 

6 Thos. Marshall, Jr., b. 8-9-1878; d. 



Thomas of Rhode Island 167 

NEXT GENERATION 

L-4. Charles M. early developed Bright's decease, under 
treatment he became better and attended school, finally enter- 
ing a drug store to learn the business. He became an expert 
and continued in the business in Syracuse until he was 25. 
A friend had gone to Smyrna, Turkey, and wrote glowing 
accounts to Charles begging him to join him. As Charles was 
not as well, it was thought the trip would benefit him, so he 
went in November, 1894. Being an expert druggist, he soon 
started in business for himself. He returned home for a six 
months' visit in 1901 and died suddenly during that time. He 
married 1-3-1899, Katherine Cocchini, a French girl. 

Issue, born in Smyrna, Turkey: 

1 Willard Cocchini, b. 11-3-1899; d. 

2 Thomas Charles, b. 11-6-1901; d. 



THIRD GENERATION 

8. Thomas in 1719 was a Lieutenant in the East Greenwich 
Co. Troop of Horse under Capt. Coggeshall; Captain in 1721. 

He was "Deputy" 1726, 1740, 1746. In 1740 he and Col. 
Peter Mawney petitioned the Assembly for a highway from 
E. Greenwich to N. Kingstown, that town having refused to 
build their end. The Assembly ordered it made. In 1754-56 
he was chief of the Justices of the Inferior Court of Common 
Pleas. He took part in the French and Indian War in 1758, in 
company 8 of the regiment designed against Crown Point. In 
1759 was Captain in Gen. Amherst's Regiment raised against 
Montreal and Canada. 

In 1761 was Chief Justice of the Inferior Court of General 
Sessions of Peace and Common Pleas for Kent Co., R. I. 

He married (i) 12-31-1719, Mary, dau. of Capt. Samuel Greene, 
b. 8-25-1698; d. 10-28-1739; married (2) 11-16-1740, Eleanor, dau. 
of Richard and Eleanor (Sayles) Greene, b. 2-19-1702; d. 8-19- 
1764. 



168 Frye Genealogy 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 

23 Welthian, b. 10-19-1720; d. 3-27-1734, unm. 

24 Mary, b. 7-15-1722; d. 

25 Thomas, b. 12-29-1723; d. 12-23-1805. 

26 Anna, b. 5-14-1725; d. 

m. , Job Gardiner. 

27 Sarah, b. 12-21-1726; d. 

m. 9-28-1746, Richard Greene. 

28 John, b. 1-22-1728; d. 

29 Samuel, b. 3-22-1729; d. 12-5-1792. 

30 Hannah, b. 4-16-1730; d. 

m. 2-6-1755, James Sherman. 

31 Elizabeth, b. 11-18-1732; d. 11-18-1733, unm. 

32 Ruth, b. 5-20-1734; d. 

m. 3-25-1756, Pardon Tillinghast, 

33 Joseph, b. 3-8-1736; d. 7-14-1823. 

34 Amy, b. 11-23-1741; d. 3-12-1753, unm. 

35 Richard, b. 3-I9-1743; d. 

10. John was "Deputy" 1742-44, 52-53. On 6-21-1742, he 
was chosen one of the trustees by the Indian Sachems, in place 
of his father. On 3-3-1743, he was allowed 7 p. s. lOs. 9d. by 
the Assembly for services on the com. that revised the boundries 
at Warwick, R. I. In 1753 he was Justice of the Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, Kent Co. He married , Elizabeth, 
dau. of Benj. Greene. 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 

36 John, b. 5-18-1724; 

37 Elizabeth, b. 12-28-1726; 

38 Benjamin, b. 2-11-1728; 

39 Susannah, b. 11-27-1730; 

m. 9-29-1757, James Greene, Jr. 

40 Welthian, b. 3-23-1735; d. 

m. 3-29-1756, Edgar Cook. 

41 Elizabeth, b. 12-2-1739; d. 

42 Mary, b. 2-26-1743; d. 

m. 3-4-1763, Paul Mumford. 

43 Ruth, b. 5-14-1745; d. 



d. 




, unm. 


d. 




, unm. 


d. 


10-9- 1 799. 




d. 







Thomas of Rhode Island 



169 



FOURTH GENERATION 

25. Thomas married (i) 12-23-1742, Mary Mawney, b. 

; d. 7-8-1744; married (2) , Penelope Rhodes. 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 

44 Mary, b. 4-27-1744; d. 

45 Thomas, Jr., b. ; d. 

d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 



46 Joseph, 

47 Rhodes, 


b. 
b. 


48 Benjamin, 

49 Peleg, 

50 Jeffrey, 

51 Sarah, 


b. 
b. 
b. 
b. 



28.' Capt. John was a Justice of the Inferior Court of General 
Sessions of the Peace and Common Pleas from 1746-52. He 
was a Captain in the 1st company, E. Greenwich of 1st Reg. of 
Kent Co. He married 12-27-1750, Mercy, dau. of Philip 
Tillinghast. 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 

52 Almy, b. 7-I5-I753; d. 

m. 6-13-1779, Slocum Hall. 

53 Benjamin, b. 3-10-1755; 

54 Christopher, b. 11-25-1756; 



55 Esek, 

56 Mary, 

m. 

57 Lucretia, 

m. 



d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 



b. 11-13-1758; 
b. 

, Ganot. 

b. 7-13-1768; d. 2-13-1843; 



Geo. Sears. 



29. Capt. Samuel was a sea captain and made voyages to the 
West Indies in the sloop Humbird. In 1761 he was appointed 
clerk of the Superior Court of Judicature Court of Assize and 
Gen. Goal Delivery for the Co. of Kent. He was blind the 
latter part of his life. He married (i) 12-20-1753, Lucianna, 
dau. of Daniel Coggeshall, b. 7-7-1727; d.6-15-1761; married (2) 
8-23-1764, Deborah Greene. 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 



170 Frye Genealogy 

58 William, b, 10-6-1754; d. 9-10-1777. 

59 Mary, b. 9-8-1758; d. 

60 Daniel, b. 12-19-1760; d. 1-30-1794. 

61 Lucianna, b. 7-27-1765; d. 

62 Eleanor, b. 1-31-1767; d. 10-9-1855. 

63 Mercy, b. 2-16-1769; d. 

64 Samuel, b. 5-17-1770; d. 7-24-1778, unm. 

65 Anne, b. 5-17-1770; d. 

66 Joseph, b. 3-17-1774; d. 5-24-1862. 

67 Sarah, b. 10-7-1776; d. 

68 Almy, b. 12-26-1779; d. 8-4-1866. 

33. Major Joseph married Eleanor, dau. of John and Almy 
(Greene) Greene. 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 



69 Amey, 


b. 10-30-1756; 


d. 


70 Hannah, 


b. 5-15-1761; 


d. 


71 William, 


b. 5-11-1763; 


d. 


72 Thomas, 


b. 7-5-1765; 


d. 


73 Ruth, 


b. 7-20-1767; 


d. 


74 Deborah, 


b. 8-22-1769; 


d. 


75 John, 


b. 3-2-1772; 


d. 


76 Mercy, 


b. 9-10-1774; 


d. 


']^ Isabel, 


b. 1-31-1779; 


d. 



35. Col. Richard was a ^Captain in the Kentish Guards in 
1776. Colonel recruiting officer in 1777, in E. Greenwich. 
Sheriff of Kent Co., 1778-79, 1785. Colonel in the Kentish 
Guards in 1778. He married 8-14-1768, Sarah, dau. of John 
Arnold, b. 8-14-1747; d. 12-27-1800. They were married by 
Elder John Gordon. 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 

78 John Arnold, b. 3-21- 1769; d. 

79 Thomas, b. 9-6-1770; d. 

80 Selfear, b. 5-14-1772; d. 

m. 11-1-1801, Corey Whitford. 

81 Henry, b. ^-\^-\^n^^ d- 

82 Eleanor, b. 10-11-1777; d. 

m. 1-9-1808, Joseph Tillinghast. 



Thomas of Rhode Island 171 

83 Sukey Greene, b. 2-6-1781; d. 

m. 11-9-1806, Stephen M. Pierce. 

38. Benjamin was a trader in the West Indies until 1775 when 
he became Lieutenant of the ist Co., Fourth Reg., R. I. Con- 
tinental Inf.; was made Captain in the same Reg. in 1776, then 
Major and Colonel of the R. I. Militia during the war. He 
married , Rachel, dau. of James Allen of Newport. 

R. I. 
Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 

84 Elizabeth, b. 10-27-1756; d. 

85 John, b. 7-19-1758; d. 12-9-1827. 

86 William Allen, b. 4-7-1760; d. , 1837. 

87 Andrew Belcher, b. 1-23-1762; d. 

88 Benjamin, b. 2-9-1764; d. 

89 son, b. ; d. y. 

FIFTH GENERATION 

66. Lieut. Joseph was apprenticed to a printing house in 
Providence, R.I. In 1786 he was made "Deputy" for East 
Greenwich. In 1789-90 was Justice for the Inferior Court of 
Common Pleas. In 1793-4 was Lieutenant of Co. i, 2nd Reg., 
Kent Co., under Com. J. Rice. In 1796 he published the R. I. 
GasetU and that year moved to Albany, N.Y., where he published 
the Albany Chronicle in 1813. He compiled the first Albany 
directory, which he continued for three years. Was also en- 
gaged in the tobacco business. He married , 1794, Ann, 
dau. of Chas. Bowler of Providence, R. I. 

Issue, born in Providence, R. I., and Albany, N. Y.: 

90 Julia Ann, b. 8-8-1795; d. 

m. 8-8-1813, Jacob Winne. 

91 Samuel, b. 2-21-1798; d. 9-9-1866. 

92 Daniel, b. 11-10-1799; d. 4-15-1804, unm. 

93 Deborah Greene, b. 10-6-1801; d. 6-17-1802, unm. 

94 Deborah Greene, b. 8-4-1803; d. 9-24-1833. 

95 William, b. 7-7-1805; d. 8-15-1847. 

96 son, b. 6-6-1807; d. 6-6-1807, unm. 

97 Daniel, b. 8-26-1808; d. 8-28-1850. 



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98 Joseph Bowler, b. 4-3-1811; d. 6-21-1822, unm. 

97 Lydia Bowler, b. 3-15-1813; d. 1-16-1899; 

m. 4-15-1835, Erastus H. Pence. 
100 Charles Bowler, b. 12-24-1814; d. 10-4-1840, unm. 
lOi Elizabeth, b. 11-10-1816; d. 2-23-1819, unm. 

102 Elizabeth, b. 3-15-1820; d. 12-9-1902; 

m. 1-6-1846, Hugh G. Dickson. 

103 Mary Hoyt, b. 8-12-1823; d. 1-14-1828, unm. 

85. Ensign John was in the R. I. Militia, serving with the 
Kentish Guards during the Rev. He held various town offices 
in East Greenwich and was a West Indian trader till the War 
of 1812. He married 6-4-1795, Deborah, dau. of Wm. Condon 
of So. Kingston, R. I. 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 

104 Benjamin Greene, b. 9-1 5-1799; d. I-12-1880. 

105 William C, b. ; d. 

86. William Allen married 12-2-1807, Judith, widow of Perry 
Winslow. 

Issue, born in East Greenwich, R. I.: 

106 Lucy Ann, b. 9-22-1808; d. 

m. , M. D. Sterns. 

107 Mary, b. ; d. 

SIXTH GENERATION 

91. Samuel married 9-20-1825, Marie Louies Senac. 
Issue, born in Florida and Mobile, Ala.: 

108 Joseph, b. 6-14-1826; d. 11-7-1873. 

109 Anna, b. 11-6-1828; d. 

no Henry, b. 11-15-1832; d. 5-7-1852, unm. 

111 Walter, b. 6-7-1835; d. 

112 Ernest, b. 1-5-1839; d. 7-26-1839, unm. 

95. William married 5-7-1829, Sarah S., dau. of Wilmarth and 
Hannah (Churchill) Southwick. 



Thomas of Rhode Island 173 

Issue, born in Albany, N. Y.: 

113 Joseph Bowler, b. 3-27-1830; d. 

114 Robert Maxwell, b. 9-7-1832; d. 

115 MaryAnn, b. 1-10-1835; d. 

m. 12-6-1858, Chas. A. Edwards. 

116 Helen Maria, b. 9-30-1837; d. 

m. 5-17-1860, John E. Simmons. 

117 Solomon Southwick, b. 6-3-1841; d. 10-22-1844, unm. 
n8 Virginia, b. 1-10-1844; d. 1-15-1846, unm. 

97. Daniel married 12-13-1837, Adelaide Hall. 
Issue, born in : 



2-11-1847, unm. 



119 Mary H., 


b. 


4-16-1839; 


d. 


120 Charles B., 


b. 


1-24-1841; 


d. 


121 Louise R., 


b. 


7-21-1842; 


d. 


122 Walter G., 


b. 


6-28-1844; 


d. 


123 Ellen M., 


b. 


12-27-1845; 


d. 


124 Lewis R., 


b. 


11-26-1847; 


d. 



104. Capt. Benjamin Greene served as a boy in the War of 
1812 in the British attack on points on the R. I. coast. He 
graduated at Kents Academy and was a prominent educator in 
New England and Maryland. He married 3-9-1827, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Capt. Thos. Gardiner. 

Issue, born in Baltimore, Md.: 

125 Thomas William Gardiner, b. i2-2-i832;d. 5-17-1869. 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

108. Capt. Joseph was born at Tampa, Florida, and at 8 years 
of age was sent to his grandparents in Albany, N. Y., to be 
educated, then went into his uncle's hardware store but did not 
like the business, so he went to Washington and saw President 
Tyler, who invited Joseph to dine with him the next day. The 
President was won by his ardor and manliness and granted him 
a midshipman's warrant 9-15-1841. He graduated from Anna- 
polis and as a naval officer participated in the Mexican War. 



174 



Frye Genealogy 



On 11-29-1857, he went on a cruise to So. Pacific, but had heart 
trouble and was sent home and put in charge of the Lighthouse 
Department of the Gulf Coast until the Civil War. He served 
in the Confederate Navy and in the spring of 1864 was stationed 
at St. Thomas Island as government agent for the Confederate 
Navy. On 10-23-1873, he sailed as Commander of the Virginus 
from Kingston, Jamaica, to Port Limon, Costa Rica, was over- 
taken by the Spanish man-of-war Tornado, 10-31-1873. Capt- 
Fry and man were tried as pirates and after a mock trial were 
shot 11-7-1873, in Cuba. He married 8-10-1849, Agnes Evelina, 
dau. of Major R. M. Sands of Prince George, Md. 
Issue, born in New Orleans, La.: 

d. 

d. 

d. 

d. 

d. 

d. 

d. 



126 Agnes, 


b. 


127 Frederick, 


b. 


128 Charles, 


b. 


129 Dell, 


b. 


130 


b. 


131 


b. 


132 


b. 



113. Joseph Bowler married 4-22-1852, Mary Van Buskirk 
Utter. 

Issue, born in Albany, N. Y. : 

133 Sarah Southwick, b. 2-6-1853; d. 

m. 2-22-1871, W. H. Clendening. 

134 William Gilbert, b. 2-9-1855; d. 

135 Thalia Henrietta, b. 1-27-1857; d. 

m. 2-18-1880, Geo. R. Cardwell. 

136 Robert Maxwell, b. 12-2-1859; d. 

137 Charles A., b. 5-24-1862; d. 

138 Mary Helena, b. 9-27-1864; d. 

139 Adelia U., b. 7-6-1870; d. 

140 Horace, b. 12-19-1871; d. 

141 Fannie L., b. 9-26-1874; d. 



114. Robert Maxwell married 4-9-1874, Julia A. Woodworth. 
Issue, born in : 

142 Miriam, b. , 1875; d. 

143 Josephine, b. , 1877; d. 



Thomas of Rhode Island 175 

125. Major Thos. Wm. G. (U. S. V.) married 7-3-1858, Francis 
Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Gideon and Frances Clapp (Olney) 
Wanton. 

Issue, born in New York City: 

144 Alfred Brooks, b. 3-3-1860; d. 

145 George Gardiner, b. 6-12-1862; d. 



INDEX 



DESCENDANTS OF ADRIAN FRY 



Abigail, 21, 23, 50, 83, 128, 140, 176, 

211, 383 
Abraham, 65, 270 
Ada Augusta, 369 
Adaline Belvin, 264 
Addie B, 362 
Adrian, 1, 7 
Albert Myrton, 482 
Albion, 367 
Albion Hall, 244 
Alexis Everett, 375 
Alfred, 245, 246, m 
Alice, 22, 28, 79, 115, 356, 390, 481 
Almira, 110, 291 
Alphonso G., 260 
Amanda, 249 
Amey, 156 
Amritta T., 257 
Ann, 214 
Anna, 53, 368 
Annie Frances, 255 
Ariel, 480 
Arthur Willis, 418 
Asabel William, 259 
Bathsheba, 141 
Beatrice, 497 
Benjamin, 10, 60, 76, 82, 185, 215, 

423 
Bernice, 463, 496 
Bertha R., 412 
Betsy, 99, 301 
Blanche M., 468 
Burton Tappan, 465 
Carmen, 478 
Caroline, 220, ZZZ 
Carrie, 335, 411, 451 
Catherine, 39, 108, 184, 408 
Charles, 104, 223, 253, 276, 278, 281, 

296, 320, 332, 351, 353, 111 

385, 395, 399, 409, 420, 457, 

477, 490, 495 
Charlotte, 460 
Chester J., 388, 398 
Clara, 373 
Comfort, 88 
Cora M.. 436. 444 
Daniel, 2>1 , 59, 208, 210, 221, 350, 438 



David, 40, n, 91, 152, 269 

Delia, 235 

Delia Martha, 414 

Dorothy, 488 

Dorcas, 149 

Ebenezer, 12, 16, 19, 36, 56, 93, 169, 

178, 252, 430 
Ebin, 305 

Edmund. 61, 197, 302, 371 
Edgar Clinton, 336, 363 
Edward, 203, 275, 290, 292, 404, 429 
Edwin J., 469, 504 
Elisha. 86, 87 
Eliza, 273, 274, 321, 328 
Elizabeth, 5, 24, dl, 157, 316, 354, 

381, 427, 434, 446 
Ella Estelle, 474 
Ellen Maria, 289 
Elmer H., 447 
Elwin D., 470 
E. Maud, 471 
Emma. 338, 439 
Enos Cooper, 243 
Erastus S., 242 
Ernest, 424, 461 
Esther, 500 
Etta Gertrude, 421 
Eugene, 419. 435 
Eunice, 69, 70 
Everett T., 483 
Ezekiel, 64 
Fanny, 268. 306 
Florence Mabel, 396 
Florida, 452 
Frank Brewster, 476 
Frederick, 326, 327, 370. 391 
George, 202, 247, 266, 282, 299, 307 

319, 322, 323, 366, 392, 400. 

443 
Georgia, 393 
Georgianna, 263 
Gertrude, 432, 472 
Grace, 355, 406 
Hannah, 17, ZZ, 81, 120, 121, 145, 

217 
Harriet, 237, 330. 473' 
Helen Frances, 374 



178 



Index 



Henchman Hains, 219 

Herbert, 386 

Hermon, 387 

Homer, 146 

Horatio B., 259 

Ida, 445 

Ira, 303 

Isiah, 173, 183 

Ivory, 129, 314, 448 

James, 38, 49, 78, 95, 98, 113, 116, 

125, 158, 196, 240, 272, 407 
Jane, 92, 109 
Jesse Eddy, 163 
Jessie Russ, 403 
Joanna, 4 
John, 9, 18, 47, 57, 74, 85, 130, 159, 

162, 172, 182, 190, 213, 262, 

277, 293, 295, 308, 311, 313, 

347, 405, 440, 491 
Jonathan, 25, 48, 154 
Joseph, 6, 11, 101, 112, 124, 188, 224, 

250, 318 
Joshua, 55, 84, 204, 284 
Judith, 31, 32, 75 
Judson,, 378 
Julia, 236, 380, 389 
Laura, 416, 454, 499 
Lena D., 464 
Leonard, 102 
Leonidas B., 261 
Leslie M., 401 
Levi, 103 

Lewis, 155, 358, 415 
Lillian, 364, 384, 413 
Lottie, 453 
Louise, 195, 315 
Lucy, 15', 238, 279 
Luella, 437 
Lulu B., 456 
Lusana C, 294 
Lydia, 89, 105, 134, 142, 170, 193, 216, 

218, 324, 349, 360,, 428 
Lyman Wood, 462 
Marcy, 387 
Maria. 298 
Marietta, 2)37 
Marion, 485 
Martha, 15, 256 
Marvel Lucinda, 494 



Mary, 14, 20, 45, 51, 66, 71, 90, 107, 
111, 114, 126, 132, 137, 150, 
160, 165, 177, 181, 191, 205, 
212, 222, 280, 297, 331, 334, 
352, 361, 433, 484 

Maurice A., 467 

Melvin M., 459 

Mercy, 379 

Miriam, 46, 131, 136, 147 

Nathaniel, 185, 192, 329 

Nellie, 357, 359, 397, 402, 442 

Obadiah, 43, 58. 144 

Oliver, 194 

Orrin C, 325 

Patience, 138 

Pauline Howard,, 127 

Pearl, 475, 479 

Pepperil, 100 

Percy B., 449 

Phebe, 168 

Pliny, 348 

Rachel, 54, 80 

Ralph B., 458 

Rebecca, 135 

Richard, 143, 186, 466 

Robert, 200, 487, 492 

Rowland, 27, 68 

Roy Hunting, 422 

Russell Bryham, 493 

Ruth, 26, 29, 67, 251 

Sampson W., 267 

Samuel, 199, 207, 254 

Sarah, 3, 13, 34, 73, 94, 106, 119, 133, 
148, 153, 161, 171, 187, 198, 
209, 271, 317, 441 

Silas, 30 

Susan, 248, 450, 501 

Susanna, 35 

Stephen, 72, 174 

Sylvester, 304 

Tobias, 42, 179 

Thomas, 52, 122, 164, 167, 241, Z73, 
394 

Virginia R., 489, 498 

Walter Preston, 410, 486 

Washington, 201 

William, 2, 8, 41, 44, 62, 96, 97, 117, 
118, 123, 139, 166, 175, 180, 
239, 265, 283, 288, 300, 365, 
455 

Winthrop Howe, 417 



Index 



179 



PERSONS WHO HAVE MARRIED DESCENDANTS OF 
ADRIAN FRY 



Abbott, Grafton, 184 
Ackerman, Edward J., 472 
Aldrich, Ira, 53 

Sarah E., 48 
Alexander, Benj., 237 

Henry, 236 
Allen, Anna E., 295 

Bathsheda, 19 

Horace, 393 

Howard MacD., 403 

Walter B., 274 
Ames, Betsy, 118 

David, 238 

Lemuel, 121 
Andrews, Edmund, 362 
Arruebarrena, Maria T., 375 
Arey, Susan Mclntyre, 122 
Austin, Lydia, 169 
Ayres, Samuel, 119 
Baily, D. R., 212 
Ballard, Wm., 402 
Barker, Abraham Thomas, 289 
Barnard, Seneca M., 328 
Batland, Calvin, 108 
Bean, Lydia, 82 

Sarah, 84 
Beede, Alethia M., 322 

Stephen, 211 
Benny, James, 198 
Berry, Daniel S., 359 
Bonnegh, Elizabeth, 98 
Boyce, Patience, 146 
Bradstreet, Walter C, 374 
Breed, Nathan, 147 
Breeding, Geo., 248 
Brooks, Mary E., 204 
Bruhns, Caroline, 435 
Brundage, Myrtis, 376 
Buffum, Mary, 19 
Cartland, Tobias, 71 
Carlton, Mary, 174 

Gate, , 446 

Caverly, Lydia, 58 
Chapman, Mercy, 7 
Chase, Elizabeth, 87 
Cheney, Oscar E., 501 
Chick, Amos, 33 
Childress, B. D., 494 
Clark, Gershum, 80 

Oliver, 127 
Coburn, Emma J., 323 
Coffin, Elihu, 34 



Cooper, Edna, 243 
Harriet, 240 

Mercy A., 116 
Cornell, G., 211 
Grossman, Phebe, 215 
Cutler, Abner, 114 
Deane, Mary, 348 
Dearborn, Ellen, 224 
Deering, Hannah, 300 
Dennet, Alfred, 110 

Oliver, 301 
Dixon, Sally, 61 
Dodge, Nellie J., 420 
Dow, Sarah, 10 
Earle, Henry, 46 

Lydia, 47 
Easman, Timothy N., 268 
Eastman, Thomas, 315 
Eddy, Mary, 52 
Elsworth, Edna V., 318 
Emery, James, 39 

Evans, , 186 

Farrar, Wesley O., 316 
Faulkner, Amory, 141 
Finlay, A., 385 
Fogg, Melvin A., 331 
Folsom, Gertrude, 457 

Mary, 30 
Foote, Harry E., 451 
Foster, Lovinia S., 155 

Nathaniel, 107 

Sarah, 172 
Fraser, Anna B., 358 

Frisbee, , 444 

Frost, Jane, 36 
Fry, Mary, 179 
Frye, Tobias, 205 
Fuller, Fanny, 139 
Furbish, David, 177 
Getshell, Samuel, 22 

Gibson, , 35 

Goddard, Mary, 173 

Mary E., 265 

Zilpah, 266 
Gould, Martha, 57 

Mussey, 15 
Gove, Pelatiah, 145 
Greenough, Eunice, 37 
Hanscom, Ratsv, 178 
Hanson, Tobias, 13 
Harris, Sarah Whitcomb, 293 
Hartford, Carrie E., 305 



180 



Index 



Haskell, Florence E., 415 
Hawks, Joseph, 216 
Haszelton, Herbert, 411 
Hill, Hannah, 2 
Hoag, Moses, 209 
Hobbs, Addie F., 438 
Hoyt, Rhoda M., 189 
Holder, Joseph. 54 
Holyoke, Adeline, 410 
Houston, H. H., 384 
Howe, Lucinda Ellen, 278 
Hunt, Eva Johnson, 422 
Hussey, Mary, 19 

Phebe, 183 

Silvanus, 67 

Stephen, 32 
Jenkins, Elijah, 17 

Joseph, 39 

Moses, 171 

Wm., Jr., 29 
Jepsom, Abner, 88 
Jepson, John, 220 
Jewett, Moses, 20 
Johnson, Abigail, 347 

Isiah,, 315 

NeUie, 1348 
Jones, Mary, 55 
Kirchner, Albert, 437 
Knowlton, Susanna, 11 
Lawry, Sylvester, 306 
Leighton, John, 257 
Leistnee, Lydia, 250 

Louden, , 452 

Lovice, , 114 

Lunt, John, 170 
Lydston, Abby, 64 
Mann, Geo., 191 
Marston, Fred, 321 
Martin, Amanda A., 288 
Mazeet, Thos., 4 
McGIoughlin, Jessie W., 459 
McLaren, Mary A., 418 
McMillin, E., 388 
Meader, Joseph, 21 

Moody, . 187 

Morrell, Nicholas, 3 
Morse, John W., 414 

Susan E., 302 
Mudge, N. A., 218 
Neiter, Elizabeth, 373 
Nichols, Eunice, 299 

John. 83 
Nock, Judith, 27 
Nutter, Alice M., 38 
Page, Judith, 210 
Peaslee, D. J., 463 
Perry, Eli, 115 
Pert, Edwin, 382 



Pettee, Francena, 246 
Pierce, Thos., 115 
Plaisted, Wm., 195 
Post, Geo., 251 

Wm. H., 249 
Purinton, Lydia, 167 

Lavinia, 169 
Ramsdell, Eunice, 166 
Ray, Sarah, 139 
Remick, Grace, 42 
Robinson, Timothy, 28 
Rogers, Emma, 404 

John, 193 
Rowe, Brigham, 268 
Russ, Sarah E., 272 
Russell, Elvira F., 277 
Sargent, Wm., 256 
Schraf, Clara, 296 
Searwood, Elizabeth, 282 
Skinner, Olive L., 329 
Small, Rose, 240 
Smith, Jane, 59 

J. T., 406 
Somerby, Ann, 194 

Nancy, 194 
Southwick, John, 81 
Spear, Adeleia, 247 
Spinny, Laura, 307 
Staples, Joanna, 56 / 

Rose Addie, 253 / 
Swan, Emma, 323 / 

Taft, Henry, 157 / 

Thompson, James, 5v 
Tappen, Eliza A., 192 
Thomas, Joshua, 235 
Thorndike, S. J., 379 
Thurston, Mary Ann, 239 

Tibbetts, , 450 

Tobey, Dr. Saml., 148 
Towne, F. W,. 364 
Tucker, Chas. R., 149 

Elizabeth, 178 
Varney, Abigail, 8, 125 

Otis, 20 

Sarah, 215 
Vittum, Mary O., 320 
Wakefield, Susan E., 304 
Ward, Hartwell O., 217 
Watson, Mary, 93 
Weeks, Albert, 222 

James W., 94 
Wheeler, Asa, 137 

Betsy, 239 

Daniel, 50 

E. T., 157 

Merriam, 18 
White, Sarah, 1 
Whittier, Esther J., 292 



I N D 



E X 



181 



Wing, Jane, 242 
Wilkerson, Mehitable, 206 
Winslow, Chas. C, 294 
Wood, Ella G., 325 



Nellie A., 325 

Woodsum, , 445 

Young, , 114 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN ERIE 



Aaron P., 458, 939 
Abba, 774 
Abbott, 925, 1080 
Abby, 633, 1038 
Abiah,, 72, 570, 966 
Abial, 280, 445 

Abigail, 119, 123, 261, 388, 390, 534, 
875, 934, 989 

Abiel, 45, 120, 270, 533, 556, 574 

Addie, 1062 

Addington D., 800, 1251 

Adelia Elizabeth, 1400 

Adaline, 909, 1141, 1269 

Albert, 551, 671, 813, 952, 1059, 1233 

Alexander, 992, 1379 

Alfred, 115, 260, 286, 721, 884, 1355 

Alice, 1157, 1205, 1292, 1297, 1347, 

1361 
Alonzo, 552, 1008 
Althine, 1239 
Amanda, 600 
Amos, 186, 318, 424, 610, 632, 859, 

906 
Andrew, 790, 792, 1185, 1241 
Angeline, 538 
Ann, 717, 822, 1131 
Anna, 1066, 1105, 1166, 1189, 1214, 

1217, 1296, 1313 
Anne, 15, 29, 49, 52, 204, 1300 
Annetta A., 1137 
Annie, 360, 1004, 1315, 1319 
Anson Houston, 821 
Ardelia B., 694 
Arthur Mosely, 1219 
Artimus, 440 
Arozine L., 1021 
Asa, 340, 967, 1312 
Avaline, 910 
Augusta Adelaide, 1034 
Auline, 898 
Austin Joseph, 1149 
Azubah, 103 
Barbara, 1412 
Benjamin, 3, 25, 41, 91, 99, 161, 167. 

343, 350, 362, 389, 546, 643. 

685, 689, 770, 772, IIZ, 1094 
Bernice Runella. 1408 



Bertha Osborn, 1348 

Bethia, 69, 359 

Betty, 194, 233, 248, 494, 1084 

Betby. 285, 320, 33i, 339, 432, 473, 573, 

673, 725, 986 
Buelah G., 1354 
Byron Leslie, 1333 
Caleb, 304, 606, 715, 975, 1194 
Calista, 1076 
Calvin, 1222, 1223 
Carl, 1413. 1421 

Caroline, 400, 462, 508, 537, 557, 586, 
782, 937, 951, 1065, 1154, 1322 
Carrie, 1190 
Casciida, 638 
Cassandra, 356 

Catherine, 719, 988, 1150, 1285. 1291 
Celia J., 645 

Charles, 258, 421, 503, 504. 608, 61 L 
686, 849, 886, 891, 900, 907, 
943, 1043, 1050, 1110, 1125, 
1146, 1168, 1186, 1218, 1231, 
1244, 1252, 1282, 1324, 1349, 
1363, 1378, 1385, 1390, 1420 
Charlotte, 436, 478, 497, 549, 997 
1151, 1156, 1228, 1238, 1374 
Chauncey, 661 
Chester David, 1340 
Chloe, 211, 927 
Christopher A., 930 
Civil Mary, 912 
Clare, 267 
Clarissa E., 695 
Clifford Burton, 848 
Cornelia, 560, 819 
Cora, 1106, 1147 
Cordelia, 1138 
Corsetta, 1331, 1407 
Cyrus, 437 

Daniel, 82, 169, 341, 372, 487, 501 

655, 704, 734, 735, 750, 973, 

1115, 1139, 1179, 1216, 1243, 

1293, 1370 

David, 60, 137, 155, 323, 336. 346, 

642, 678, 1091, 1116 
Dean, 294, 998 
Deborah, 23, 62, 84, 156, 517 



182 



Index 



Delia, 550, 1031 

Derva B., 677 

Dewitt Clinton,, 539 

Diantha, 958 

Dolly, 325 

Dorcas, 107, 225 

Dorothy, 34, 106 

Dudley, 651, 652, 1369 

Dulcina, 669, 1148 

Eben, 636, 1074 

Ebenezer, 21, 58, 136. 150, 314, 345, 

347, 613, 663, 862, 1079 
Edgar Parkman, 1346 
Edith, 1327. 1402 
Edmund, Bailey. 1289 
Edward, 1012, 1187 
Edwin, 942, 748, 1045 
Effie Pht^b. , 1401 
Eldridge Carleton, 1044 
Eleanor Maude, 1375 
Elisa, 354 

Ella, 847, 960. 1160, 1405 
Ellen, 700, 756, 764, 1129, 1262. 1271 
Elmer, 1016 
Elsie Etta, 823 
Elson Dury, 1047 
Elvira P., 1029 

Eliza, 418. 514, 634, 831, 1240, 1246 
Elizabeth, 4, 56, 92, 138, 147, 149, 

164, 179, 219, 254, 312, 391, 

410, 509, 525. 530, 547, 554, 

615, 702, 783, 794, 815, 1192, 

1230, 1248 
Elize E.. 1103 
Emeline, 676, 740 
Emerson, 446 
Emery, 1128 
Emily, 471, 474, 577, 919, 931, 954, 

1142. 1302, 1353 
Emma, 670, 1227, 1299. 1362 
Enoch, 206, 240, 401, 464, 518, 619, 

786, 1220 
Erlan Harvey, 1326 
Esther, 10. 273, 646 
Ethel, 1328, 1335 
Eunice Laura, 1095 
Evelyn Gertrude, 1423 
Ezekiel, 198 

Fanny, 324, 796, 1013, 1027 
Fedelia Swan, 511 
Fernando, 1036 
Fidelia, 627, »63 
Flora A.. 1377 
Florence Frances, 1339 
Florentine Lucilla, 766 
Foster, 1195 
Francis, 488, 699, 830, 911, 913, 977, 

979, 984, 1107, 1210, 1301, 1388 



Frank, 1009, 1064, 1172, 1338, 1383, 
1384 

Franklin, 693, 916 

Frederick, 189, 228, 305, 417, 443, 
449, 500, 607, 724, 808, 810, 
922, 1005, 1010, 1068, 1317 

Gardner, 1381 

Gates Ford, 797 

Gaynell, 1419 

George, 277, 380, 466, 687, 747, 753, 
811, 825, 853, 868, 887, 890, 
894, 896, 904, 932, 945, 961, 
1051, 1104, 1111, 1126, 1145. 
1184, 1212, 1264, 1273, 1274, 
1307, 1341, 1358 

Geneva, 1173 

Gertrude, 361, 1099, 1197 

Gilbert, 439 

Gladys, 1380 

Grace, 1203 

Gustavus D., 1174 

Hamilton, 964 

Hannah, 20, 51, 63, 67, 98, 132, 146, 
152, 172, 191, 199, 208, 224, 
239, 268, 286, 311, 322, 358, 
374, 383, 413, 427, 450, 468, 
476, 482, 495, 567, 743, 805, 
864, 892, 933, 983, 996, 1024, 
1073, 1188, 1265, 1298 

Harley Edgar, 1357 

Harold Clark, 1372 

Harriet, 241, 461, 522, 543, 629, 630, 
682, 776, 843, 858, 889, 1017 

Harrison, 843 

Harry, 755, 1014, 1053, 1100, 1171 

Harvey, 575, 657, 1040, 1049 

Hattie, 1011 

Hawley, 920 

Helen, 901, 1063, 1087, 1256, 1350 

Henry, 259, 406, 515, 544, 612, 659, 
n\ 731, 757, 801, 855, 1124, 
1136, 1200, 1256, 1320, 1356 

Hepsebah, 12 

Hermon, 455, 788, 929 

Hiram, 660, 802, 1259 

Hitty, 490 

Holly, 447 

Horace, 548, 897, 1225 

Hulda, 109 

Huldah, 618, 1072 

Ida, 1191, 1337 

Ira, 444, 918 

Isaac, 43, 124, 174, 279, 308, 382, 
386, 563, 579, 767, 791, 1177, 
1232 

Jackson Brown, 962 

Jacob, 569 



Index 



183 



James, 7, 27, 80. 87, 190, 222, 321, 
330, 408, 426, 454, 469, 484, 
620, 653, 672, 716, 765, 820, 
855, 870, 956, 974, 1078, 1144, 
1155, 1158, 1236, 1304, 1373 

Jane, 609, 697, 917, 946, 1132 

Jed, 924 

Jedidiah, 200, 452. 614 

Jedithan, 803 

Jeremiah, 489, 985, 987 

Jerome, 572 

Jessie, 315, 623, 628, 1082, 1092, 1101, 
1345 

Joanna, 85, 220, 485 

John, 1, 2, 9, 16, 42, 53, 61, 83, 87, 
93, 95, 101, 118, 140, 148, 157, 
213, 232, 255, 274, 276, 282, 
292, 309, 327, 344, 349, Z7Z, 
425, 459, 480, 491, 512, 513, 
516, 519, 555, 561, 565, 583, 
616, 635, 649, 658, 666, 680, 
696, 705, 738, 742, 872, 888, 
899, 903, 969, 1028, 1054, 1061, 
1086, 1118, 1120, 1133, 1198, 
1275, 1334, 1350, 1367, 1391, 
1416 

Jonathan, 36, 59, 112, 223, 275, 319, 
329, 409, 493, 498, 640, 798, 
827, 1113, 1267 

Joseph, 11, 30, 38, 50, 55, 102, 125, 
130, 218, 237, 244, 289, 298, 
332, 351, 369, 379, 492, 566, 
583, 590, 592, 602, 641, 667, 
706. 729, 754, 994, 1007, 1109, 
1183, 1280, 1290, 1358, 1382 

Josephine, 824, 1039 

Joshua, 44, 113, 116, 117, 249, 284, 
1046 

Josiah Bromwell, 1398 

Jonas S. Holt. 923 

Judith, 162, 1208 

Julia, 857, 1097 

Julius, 1161 

Katy, 1159, 1306 

Laura, 856, 914, 938, 1288 

Lauretta, 915 

Laroy, 1035 

Laury, 578 

Lavia J., 1143 

Lavina, 470 

Lee Walling, 1318 

Lena May, 1352 

Leroy Sunderland, 1032 

Lester, 1344, 1411 

Lewis, 1006, 1206 

Lilian Eveline, 1255 

Livinia, 953 

Lois, 1048, 1343 



Loretta, 684 

Louis Julius, 829 

Louisa, 536, 834, 999, 1081, 1201 

Love Pickman, 158 

Lucietta, 1089 

Lucinda, 637, 1025 

Lucretia A. B., 752 

Lucy, 326, 395, 402, 526, 562, 624, 
644, 708, 746, 779, 785, 806, 
841, 957, 1075, 1122, 1202, 1284 

Luther B., 564, 1023 

Lydia, 26, 68, 94. 139, 184, 271, 348, 
404, 524, 559, 732, 758, 959, 
980, 1030, 1221 

Mabel, 1325, 1329, 1342, 1415 

Marantha, 1311 

Marcus, 1268 

Margaret, 387, 505, 527, 532, 1003, 
1397, 1410, 

Maria, 463, 921 

Marian Munson, 1417 

Marietta. 603 

Marion, 784, 1336, 1387 

Marshall, 874 

Martha, 105, 171, 217, 246, 257, 365, 
398, 540, 598, 605, 691, 727, 
768, 769, 771, 777, 854, 869, 
1052, 1204 

Mary, 8, 18, 35, 40, 57, 111, 143, 
151, 170, 183, 235, 253, 290, 
353, 376, 393, 399, 448, 460, 
479, 521, 529, 542, 589, 675, 
679, 690, 714, 739, 751, 759, 
761, 775, 787, 799, 812, 828, 
833. 844, 851, 893, 902, 928, 
936. 949, 991, 993, 1002, 1056, 
1057, 1070, 1083, 1093, 1096, 
1102, 1112, 1121, 1135, 1140, 
1152, 1169, 1181, 1196, 1199, 
1209, 1211, 1215, 1242, 1253, 
1258, 1261, 1277, 1310, 1314, 
1323, 1392, 1399 

Matilda Silvia, 749 

Maurice E., 1376 

Mehitable, 14, 47, 127, 128, 129, 153, 
291, 306, 662, 968, 1123, 1130 

Mercy, 144, 203 

Merritt Harmon, 541 

Mevren, 1394 

Milburn, 1308 

Mildred B., 1414 \ 

Millicent Moore, 1067 

Milly E., 1127 

Milton Elwood, 1404 

Minor Gates, 1249 

Miranda, 483, 1134 

Molly, 226 

Morris, 576, 683 



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Index 



Moses, 175, 621, 1071, 1090, 1396 

Myra J., 553 

Myrtice Estelle, 1170 

Nancy, 293, 2,2,7, 384, 475, 502, 506, 

617, 665, 674, 970, 982, 1001, 

1303 
Naomi, 104, 338 
Napoleon B., 698 
Nathan, 22, 65, IZ, 168, 366, 370, 423, 

728, 732, 744, 877, 895, 1213, 

1278, 1389 
Nathaniel, 13, 96, 100, 134, 234, 247, 

301, 302, 414, 435, 650, 882, 

1069 
Nauson B., 701 
Nellie, 1321, 1359 
Nestor M., 339 
Nettie, 1163, 1165 
Newton, 846. 1226 
Noah, 431, 873 
Norman B., 703 
Olive Mary, 1371 
Oliver, 375, 736, 745 
Ophelia C, 668 
Oren, 795, 1245 
Orin G, 854 
Orville Henry, 1332 
Oscar, 1224, 1393 
Osgood, 496 
Otis Chas., 836 
Pamila, 192, 229, 243, 451, 995 
Paskell H., 947 
Peace B., 720 
Perkins Z., 664 
Persis, 245, 434, 880 
Peter, 76. 159, 173, 202, 210, 656, 

1119 
Phebe, 19, 33, 48, 66, 89, 97, 142, 176, 

182, 188, 227, 262, 272, 535, 

789, 865, 976, 1176 
Philip, 166, 177, 368, 396, 712 
Philander, 681 
Phinehis, 114 
Ploony, 654 
Polly, 181, 231, 335, 342, 363, 415, 

647, 965 
Porter, 941 
Preston Willis, 1037 
Priscilla, 70 
Prosser Hall, 1287 
Rachel. 90. 381, 571, 1033 
Randell, 1018 
Raymond, 1295 

Rebecca, 145, 333, 453, 510, 940 
Reuben, 195, 197, 407, 807, 809, 905 
Reuby, 242, 416 



Rhoda Ann, 583 

Richard, 133, 299, 593, 596 

Robie, 317, 625, 1077, 1098 

Robinson, 486, 972, 981 

Roselie, 1316 

Rosina, 1020 

Rosetta, 688 

Ruby Rivella, 1330 

Russell, 1041, 1042 

Ruth, 39. 154, 1406 

Sally, 163, 214, 238, 313, 331, 352 

Samuel, 6, 17, 24, 46, 74, 79, 126, 135, 
185, 205, 209, 252, 303, 310, 
405, 412, 457, 477, 528, 595, 
763, 826, 835, 926, 935, 973, 
1235, 1247, 1270 

Sanford W., 1167 

Sara, 5 

Sarah, 28, 64. 75, 88, 122, 141, 180, 
187, 201, 212, 215, 221, 251, 
256, 266, 278, 288, 295, 364, 
397, 411, 463, 499, 531, 545, 
588, 597, 599, 622, 642, 713, 
726, 778, 816, 817, 867, 881, 
990, 1000, 1055, 1060, 1108, 
1114, 1117, 1175, 1182, 1260, 
1309, 1364, 1366 

Serena Jolmson, 760 

Sheldon, 883 

Silvester, 950 

Simeon Cheney, 1365 

Simon, 121 

Solon A.. 1153 

Sophia, 297, 307, 558, 581, 584 

Sopronia, 433 

Spaulding, 1178 

Stephen, 420, 591, 718, 842, 1254 

Susan, 216, 419, 442, 481, 507, 520, 
523, 626, 780, 837, 845, 866, 
908, 1237, 1281 

Susannah, 78, 108, 207, 269, 316, 971 

Tabitha, 54, 110, 131 

Tamson, 357, 707 

Thelma, 1422 

Theophilus, 178, 403, 793, 818, 1234 

Timothy, 31, 32, 37, 81, 196, 236, 
281, 283, 328, 438, 441, 456, 
467, 568, 580, 878, 879 

Thomas, 250, 604 

Triphenia, 804 

Tryhena, 1263 

Wakefield Gale, 631 

Walter, 948, 13S1, 1386 

Warren, 838, 876 

Wealthie, 1019 

Western E., 944 

Wilbur D., 1164 



tA 



Index 



185 



William, 11, 160, 165, 296, 300, 355, 

371, 385, 392, 394, 422, 472, 

587, 594, 601, 639, 692, 711, 

730, IZl, 741, 762, 781, 832, 

840, 850, 860, 871, 955, 978, 

1058, 1085, 1162, 1180, 1193, 
1279, 1283, 1418 



Wille Robinson, 1305 
Willis Gates, 1403 
Willy Francis, 1250 
Winona Elizabeth, 1409 
Zachariah, 193, 430 



PERSONS WHO HAVE MARRIED DESCENDANTS OF 

JOHN ERIE 



Abbott, Abial, 199 

Chloe, 202 

Ebenezer, 105 

El'zabeth, 91 

Farnum, 844 

Henry W., 514 

Jeremiah, 312 

John A., 12 

Moses, 246 

Philip, 92 • 

Prudence, 576 

Solomon, 402 

Susan M.. 623 
Adams, Mary, 467 

Melvin, 1209 
Aken, Mark, 473 
Alger, C, 443 
Allen, Eliza, 868 

Geo., 526 
Allyn, Lydia, 382 
Ames or Eames, Saml., 123 
Andrews, Abraham, 278 

Robt, 23 
Anthoen, J. N., 559 
Archer, Harriet, ZIZ 
Arey, Annie E., 631 
Armstrong, Harriet, 788 
Ashley, W. D., 1337 
Aslebee, Mary, 6 
Atwood, Rachel, 27 
Austin, Saml., 47 
Ayer, Elizabeth, 484 
Bachilder, Sabina T., 672 
Bailey, , 70 

Mary S., 792 

Nathan, 995 

Tristam B., 995 
Baker, Hannah, 136 

Prissella, 234 

Sally, 289 

Susannah S., 244 
Baldwin, Joel, 479 

Rhoda, 101 



Bannan, Lucy F., 628 
Barden, Bradford, 411 
Barker, Prissilla, 13 
Barnard, David, 404 

Lydia, 786 
Barnes, Phineas, 499 
Barr, Saml., 204 

Wm. M., 1401 

Barton, Benj., 153 

Geo. W., 1114 
Harriet L., 703 
Herbert, 1169 
Miranda, 343 
Barricklow, Mary, 1115 
Barry, Lucy, 414 

Baston, , 1366 

Balchler, Lydia, 140 
Bean, Jane, 979 
Beard, Wm., 532 
Bell, J. M., 520 

Marie L., 383 
Bennet, Abel, 644 
J. M. C., 549 
Berry, John, 363 

Best or Bass, , 35 

Beverly, Mary, 621 
Bickford, Asa, 782 
Bingham, I. A., 1124 
Birnie, Ann, 730 
Blaisdell, David, 311 
Blake, Hannah, 616 
Blanchard, Abiel, 525 
Betsy, 287 
John, 475 
P., 286 
Bliss, Alden E., 1122 
Blood, Wm., 339 
Bodwell, Harriet, 987 
Boise, Lucy, 981 
Boggs, Wm., 537 
Boman, Annie, 386 
Booth, Harriet, 803 



186 



Index 



Bott, , 529 

S. R., 834 
Boutwell, E. E., 1052 

L., 1154 
Bowers, Jarvis, 1134 

Philip, 211 
Bowman, John, 146 
Boyce, James, 360 
Boyden, John, 221 
Boynton, Amos, 642 
Bradish, Abigail, 173 
Bradley, Leveret, 988 
Brainard, Hannah, 13 
Bragg, Ingalls, 226 
Bridges, Mary, 405 

Moody, 104 

Sarah, 22 
Briggs, Benj., 511 

F. H.. 1361 
Bromwell, E. S., 1244 
Brooks, Betsy, 196 

Matilda, 1005 
Brown, Andrew, 633 

Catherine, 671 

Chas. H. C, 756 

E. H., 667 

Hannah, 477 

Mary, 458 

Mehitable, 327 

Sarah, 648 
Buchanan, Miss, 604 

C. V. M., 302 
Buck, Asabel, 262 

Matilda, 258 
Buckler, I. P., 429 
Buffum, Anna, 355 
Burhans, Fannay, 701 
Burt, Seth, 239 
Butler, Ann, 501 
Butterfield, Laura, 444 
Buxton, Joseph, 358 
Campbell, Alexander, 85 

Flora, 1064 

Phebe, 222 
Carlton, Chas., 399 

Dean, 217 

Eunice, 80 

Ezekiel, 225 

Hannah, 81 

Mary, 77 
Carter, C P., 627 
Caverly, Susy, 587 
Chadwick, Wm., 229 
Chamberline, L. M., 658 

Saml., 535 
Chandler, Fanny, 403 

John, 20 

Mary A., 305 



Chapin, D. H., 1399 
Chapman, Maude V., 1347 
Chase, A. H., 1213 

Anthony, 122 

Josiah, 129 
Cheney, Ezra A., 694 
Chickering, Sarah, 80 
Church, John C, 510 
Clapp, Amelia, 729 
Clark, Diana, 1116 

E. S., 99 

J. P., 635 

Jonas, 52 

Mary F., 1210 

Roxy A., 636 
Clearwater, Genevieve, 699 
Cobb, Ermina, 539 
Coburn, Lucy, 583 
Cochran, Mary, 580 
Colburn, D., 11 
Colby, Sarah. 205 
Cole, Job, 805, 806 
Collier, Mercy, 318 
Cook, Charlotte, 791 

L., 620 
Coolidge, H. A., 609 
Crosby, Timothy, 181 
Cross, David, 965 

Saml., 980 
Cummings, Cynthia, 191 

Martha, 1403 
Cuningham, James, 570 
Currier, Sylvester, 851 

Carrie, 656 
Cushman, Eliza, 317 
Cutter, A. S., 1336 
Cutting, Geo., 335 
Cutts, Benj., 354 
Dale, Joseph, 393 
Dane, Deliverance, 38 

Mary, 44 
Daniels, Chas., 785 

Sally, 660 

Thorndike, 397 
Davidson, A. O., 1271 

Hannah, 911 
Davis, Alice, 585 

Mary, 640 

Silas C, 1062 
Davy, Louise E., 728 
De Long, S. D., 1188 
Delphy, Frances, 1332 
Dennis, Moses, 180 

Saml., 410 
Dinsmore, John, 295 

Stephen, 291 
Dinsbury, Caroline, 409 
Dole, Elam, 986 



Index 



187 



Doliver, Hannah, 83 
Dow, Abigail, 567 

Lorenzo, 983 
Downing, Saml., 416 
Drew, Mary, 466 
Drury, Jane E., 575 
Dudley, Louisa M., 698 
Dunham, Mary, 680 
Dumpry, Fanny, 466 
Durant, Hannah, 186 
Eastman, Emma S., 1119 

Joseph, 682 

Sarah C, 653 
Eaton, Hubbard, 997 
Edes, Thos., 108 
Edson, Elijah, 434 
Edwards, Francis, 804 
Emerson, Mary, 492 

Susan, 197 
Emery, Abigail, 45 

Betsy, 641 
Elsworth, Polly, 206 
Ervine, James, 538 
Erwine, Mary, 157 
Farnum, Elizabeth, 21 

John, 75, 170 

Josiah, 57 

Rebecca, 200 

Tabitha, 16 
Farrington, Lavina, 284 

Lucy, 287 

Philip, 141, 220 
Farnsworth, Geo. S., 560 
Faxon, Sarah, 729 
Fessenden, Eva B., 1053 
Field, A. F., 547 

L. E., 1343 

Katherine, 1226 
Fish, Benj., 253 
Fisher, E. C, 522 

F. S., 1415 
Fisk, Daniel, 322 
Fletcher, Mary, 205 
Flint, Ellen, 1028 
Floyd, E. J., 801 
Folsom, Abbie L., 1040 
Ford, Seth F., 509 
Forman, A., 505 
Foster, Abigail, 13 

Benj., 242 

J. H., 1001 

Mary, 38, 240 

Rachel, 80, 174 
Fox, Phebe, 437 

Thos., 740 
Franks, Lydia H., 974 
Frefry, Benj., 1260 
Frost, Capt., Zll 



Furbush, Milburn, 892 

Saybia, 716 
Gage, Sophia, 563 

Daniel, 89 

Thos., 89 
Gale, Joseph, 316 
Galloway, Mary, 421 
Garcelon, Asa, 584 
Gardner, Emily, 1183 
Garland, Joseph, 880 
Garney, James, 453 
Gavitt, Joseph, 163 
George, Emily, 420 

Mary, 420 
Gleason, Amanda, 423 
Glover, Sarah, 1218 
Goodale, Fanny, 656 
Gordon, Betsy, 270 

Emma, 1042 

Hugh, 40 

Mary, 135 

Sally, 133 
Gould, Ambrose, 56 

S. S., 1127 
Gowan, Abner, 1400 
Graves, Julia, 767 
Gutterson, Abial, 215 
Hagaman, John, 266 
Hagear, John, 540 
Hall, Betsy, 489 

Frances, 849 

Sarah, 551 
Hamilton, Robt., 1003 
Harlow, Geo., 702 
Harraman, [ohn, 1239 
Haseltine, David, 90 
Haskell, Enoch, 107 

Hannah, 43 
Hauson, Joseph, 719 
Hawley, Sarah, 201 
Haywood, Mary, 661 
Hencklieff, John, 523 
Hibbard, , 267 

Dyer, 331 
Hill, Lucy, 657 
Hoag, Nancy, 698 
Hobart, Daniel, 993 
Hodgsdon, Benj., 383 
Hogan, Ann, 718 
Holbrook, Lucy, 317 

Sally, 435 
Holly, Polly, 198 
Holt, Benj., 64 

Chloe, 140 

Deborah, 425 

Elizabeth, 124 

Jacob, 235 

Jonas, 451 



188 



Index 



Holt, Joseph, 573 
Rachel, 283 
Susan, 394 
Wm., 273 
Helton, Elizabeth, Z7 
Homer, John, 845 
Houghton, Sarah, 430 
Houston, Elsie, 408 
Hovey, Rebekah, 659 
How, Saml., 353 
Hunter, Jonathan, 326 
Huntoon, Dianna, 899 
Huse, Joseph, 461 
Hutchington, Harriet, 469 
Hutchinson, Orista, 1224 
Ingalls, James, 111 
Josiah, 10 
Joseph, 976 
Irish, James, 1066 
Irland, Thos., 238 
Jameson, Nancy, 572 

Jenkins, , 171 

Johnson, Hannah, 121 
Mary, 440 
Peter, 740 
R. C, 665 
Wm., 69 
Jones, Abbott, 233 
Nathan, 476 
Lucy, 284 
Joslin, Betsy, 336 

Mary, 661 
Judwine, Harriet, 658 
Kendall, Lacinda, 344 
Kenney, A., 97 
John, 1261 
Kent, N. M., 546 
Kile, O. W., 1055 
Kimball, Benj., 48, 485 
Elizabeth, 58 
Joanna, 973 
Kittredge, G. K., 1135^ 
Kliugerman, Minnie, 1324 
Knapp, H. H., 1138 
Kneeland, G. W., 545 
Knight, Sir John, 158 
Knowlton, John, 384 
Lakeman, N., 164 
Lander, Mary, 175 
Lane, Mary, 366 
Leach, Zelma, 967 
Leavitt, Lois, 648 
Lydia, 648 
Ruth, 1113 
Mary, 321 
Leinbach, Ellen, 1279 
Lewis, W. G., 1123 
Lilian, Elizabeth, 800 



Litchfield, Rufus, 465, 468 
Little, Thos., 622 
Lockwood, Nathaniel, 536 
Lovejoy, Asa, 187 
Lucy, 178 
Mary, 190 - 
Wm., 28 

Lovett, , 362 

Lucal, Kathryn, \M6 
Luscomb, Phebe, 797 
Lyon, Hanford, 1004 
McAluse, Annie, 836 

McEveston, , 1306 

McGrath, H. G., 1407 
McLoughlin, Mary, 444 
McLuUend, Mary, 371 
Macarter, Sarah, 445 
Mackay, Margaret, 228 
Magoon, Selushia, 533 
Matley, Judith, 346 
Maloy, Emily, 978 
March, Joanna, 294 
Marshall, Sarah, 355 
Marston, Daniel, 374 
Martin, Pearl, 1057 
Maseman, Eliza, 802 
Mason, Hale, 669 
Judith, 472 
Malvida, 1054 
Mercy, Elizabeth, 117 
Merriam, Emma, 1125 
Merriel, John, 419 

Jonathan, 415, 418 
Messer, Abbiah, 484 

Mary, 840 
Miles, Clarkson, 823 
Miller, Wm., 739 
Mines, Alfred, 697 

Percy, 700 
Mitchell, J. W., 1208 
Moody, Greenlief, 776 
Moore, Mellicent, 587 

Rachel, 825 
Morse, Harriet, 855 
Morrison, Chas., 799 
Moulton, Jane, 666 
Mowatt, Anna, 310 
Munger, Nellie, 1162 
Munson, Helen, 1358 
Nadeau, Ramis, 852 
Nelson, Abby, 1245 
Newland, Geo., 1253 
Newman, Benj., 495 

Nichols, , 378 

Ichebod, 356 
Jonathan, 154 
Nieman, Henry, 1065 



Index 



189 



Noyes, Betsy, 95, 315 

Hannah, 210 

Henry, 828 

Polly, 314 
Nutting, Hannah, 168 
Oakes, W. S., 1347 
O'Brien. Ella, 1398 

Frederick, 1099 
Oliver, Peter, 158 
Osborn, Bertha, 1050 
Osborne, Elizabeth, 1049 

Ernest, 1048 

Philip, 391 

Randolph, 1101 
Osgood, Elizabeth, 86 

John, 109 

Josiah, 971 

Lydia, 7 

Sarah, 24 

Timothy, 66 
Owens, Abiel, 120 
Page, John, 794 
Park, C. B., 1024 
Parker, Aaron, 535 

Dorcas, 137 

Etta, 1047 

Jonathan, 51 

Joseph, 26 

Mary, 3 

Warren, 248 
Parley, Moses, 67 
Parrot, Sidney, 840 
Parsons, Hannah, 706 
Peabody, Sarah, 59 
Pebody, Betsy, 564 

Sarah, 223 
Perkins, , 510 

Nancy, 332 
Perry, David, 996 
Pettingill, Herman, 565 

Joseph, 293 
Pettigrove, Pauline, 569 
Peters, Daniel, 216 

Saml., 19 
Phelps, Cynthia, 566 

Hannah, 279 
Pickett, Margaret, 382 
Pickman, Love, 76 
Pierson, Etta, 1341 
Pike, Lucy, 148 
Pingree, Jennie, 1226 
Pinkham, Chas., 719 
Poor, Daniel, 208, 224 

Hannah, 185 

Mehitable, 50 

Nancy, 486 

Peter, 138 

Susey, 487 



Pope, , 1020 

Potter, Eunice, 2 

James, 497 
Powers, Samantha, 655 
Prentiss, T. T., 1201 
Preston, Geo., 1335 
Pulsifer, Eben, 256 

Punington, , 359 

Purdy, Maria, 452 
Putnam, John, 787 
Ramsdell, D. N., 1000 
Rand, Eliza, 795 
Rankin, Henry, 462 
Ransom, Frederick, 1364 
Read, Ann, 370 
Rhoads, Mary, 632 
Rich, Jane, 496 
Richardson, Barbara, 877 

Eliza, 788 

Henry, 1310 

Mary, 412 
Rideout, Joshua, 577 
Roaf, Thos., 1221 
Roberts, David, 867 
Robinson, Jesse, 578 

Mary, 130 

Mehitable, 222 

Thos., 624 
Robson, 1191 
Roby, Sarah, 86 
Rockwell, J. E., 1002 
Rounds, Lemuel, 540 
Rowe, Sarah, 1249 
Rowell, Elizabeth, 396 
Russell, Sarah, 733 

Thos., 732 
Sanborn, Daniel, 647 
Sargent, Edward, 1011 

Elizabeth, 99 

John, 966 

Sarah, 422 

Wm., 132 
Sawier, Walter, 638 

Wm., 637 
Sawyer, Francis, 463 

Saml., 463 
Schroeder, Henrietta, 963 
Seaver, L. F., 797 
Shattuck, Phebe, 835 

Mary, 401 
Shaw, Herbert, 1067 
Shirly, John, 1302 
Shute, Almira, 640 
Smith, Asa, 554 

Jacob, 261 

Lydia, 165 

Mary, 250 

Timothy, 543 



190 



Index 



Smith, Wm , 442 
Southwick, Tamson, 155 
Spalding, H. E., 1300 

Sophia, 441 
Spear, Caroline, 1058 
Spinney, John, 837 
Spooner, Lucy, 449 
Sprague, Joanna, 27 

Nellie, 1358 
Spring, H. S., 1319 
Sproul, Addison, 1076 
Steadman, Luther, 367 

Saml., 365 
Standish, Horace, 1327 
Stanley, Sylvan, 507 
Steavens, John, 179 

Lucy, 568 
Stevens, Benj., 139, 269 

Edward, 182 

James, 34 

John, 869 

Joseph, 18, 176 
Stickney, Peter, 364 

Wm., 162 
Stiles, Idwina, 1045 

Robt., 4 
Stockwell, Rachel, 148 
Stodard, Daniel, 257 
Stowers, Joseph, 376 
Straw, Laura, 424 

Nancy, 424 
Streeter, Joseph, 333 

Phebe, 336 
Sturtevant, Byron, 1176 

Elizabeth, 439 
Swan, Asa, 33 

Caleb, 106 

Dorothy, 134 

Francis, 68 

Jerusha, 232 

Joseph, 290 
Sweat, Nathaniel, 122 
Sweet, Hannah, 449 
Taylor, Emma, 1355 
Templeman, Mary, 167 
Teniswood, Mary, 793 
Thompson, C. T., 542 

Elizabeth, 249 

James, 771 

Lavinna, 516 

Thos., 149 
Tibbetts, Temple, 588 
Tice, Marion, 457 
Tidd, Ruth, 979 
Tilson, Caroline, 810 
Tilton, Geo., 1147 
Toby, Edward, 586 
Toothaker, Mary, 1115 



Trifield, John, 272 
Trumbolt, J. A., 558 
Tuck, Eben Barker, 348 

Edward, 1112 
Tupper, Louisa, 575 

Lemira, 574 
Tuttle, Alline A., 1118 

Henry, 367 
Twitchell, Lois, 300 
Vail, Mary, 150 

Van Buskirk, , 534 

Vaughn, , 1081 

Wakefield, Emma, 698 
Walker, Henry, 557 
Wallace, Thos., 203 
Waning, Lina, 1012 
Walters, N. B., 1131 
Wardwell, Esther, 193 

Peter, 194 
Ware, Robt., 1322 
Webster, Anna, 308 

Luther, 989 

Joseph, 490 

Rhoda, 705 

Mary, 705 
Weeks, Addie, 877 

Augustus, 915 
Wells, Eleanor, 1356 

Elizabeth, 259 

Mary, 619 
Wentworth, Austin, 1075 

Mary. 811 
West, Capt., 98 
Weston, Wm., 1321 

Whales, , 726 

Wheeler, Joseph, 156 

Rebecca, 155 

Ruth, 9 
White, Florence, 1251 

Robt., 313 

Wallace H., 1360 
Whitney, Wm., 617 
Whittier, Daniel, 1303 

Lydia, 488 

Moses, 361 
Wight, Anna, 209 
Wilkins, John, 582 

Sarah, 177 
Wildman, Rebecca, 340 
Williams, Ellen, 681 
Willy, Worcester, 833 
Wilson, John, 63, 1166 

Mercy, 319 
Withern, , 531 

Lydia, 528 
Woodbury, Abby, 441 

Elizabeth, 61 
Woods, Wm., 645 



Index 



191 



Wright, Alanson, 1141 

John, 470 

Lucy, 155 
Wyman, Abigail, 431 



Wyman, Louisa, 464 

Mary, 431 
Wynkoop, Harriet, 260 
Young, Ann, 380 



DESCENDANTS OF COL. JOSHUA FRY 



Aaron, 97 

Alexander Maury, 124 

Alice, 221, 231 

Amanda, 99 

Ann, 140, 146, 202 

Anne Clayton, 40 

Austin, 59 

Belle R., 249 

Benjamin, 33 

Budd, 60 

Burkett Davenport, 79 

Gary H., 95 

Catherine, 30 

Charles, 121, 125, 163, 191, 207 

Clara, 65, 130, 224 

Clayton, 184 

Cornelia, 76, 11, 161 

David, 88 

Daviridge, 138 

Douglas Bland, 210 

Edith Gilliss, 242 

Edmund, 119, 192 

Edward, 50, 209 

Edwin James, 223, 247, 252 

Elizabeth, 36, 62, 75, 98, 107, 181, 187 

Eliza W., 64, 89 

Emily S., 49 

EInore Shepard, 208 

Emery, 244, 250 

Etta, 240 

Frances, 139, 167, 230 

Francis, 20, 78, 84 

Fanny, 53, 193 

Frank, 182, 222, 239 

Fitzhugh, 238 

Gertrude Campbell, 241 

George, 57 

Harry, 229, 237 

Henry, 3, 15, 12, 45, 70, 106, 115, 

136, 158, 165, 220 
Howell Lewis, 213 
Hugh, 46, 133, 153, 164, 201 
Jacob, 35 

James, 43, 101, 113, 149 
Jane, 100, 205 
Jennie, 157 
Jessie, 145, 226 



J. Francis, 55 

John, 2, 16, 24, 92, 94, 96, 105, 132, 

137, 144, 150, 159, 215 
Joseph, 34, 41, 116 
Josephine L., 186 
Joshua, 1, 7, 13, 47, 61, 67, 81 
Julia, 171 
Kate, 126, 190 
Leah W., 148 
Lettie, 176 
Leula L., 248 
Lewis, 175, 227 
Lily, 110, 185 
Lizzie, 160 
Lois, 251 
Lucian, 236 

Lucy, 25, 83, 104, 162, 170, 183 
Luther Conway, 122 
Maria, 19, 127 
Margaret, 6, 10, 214 
Martha, 4, 12, 69, 86, 102, 168, 171 
Mary, 42, 48, 68, 80, 103, 114, 129, 

135, 147 
Matilda, 39 
Mathew Henry, 142 
M. Douglas, 211 
Mildred, 29, 143, 177, 194 
Nancy, 82 
Nannie, 234 
Pamie, 245 
Patsy Martha, 26 
Peachy, 93 

Peter Meriwether, 206 
Philip, 44, 112, 118 , 

Rachel, 31 
Rebecca, Zl , 108 
Reuben, 11, 123 
Richard Watson, 203 
Rosa Lee, 228 
Rosalie, 155 
Rose, 109 
Roy, 235 

Sally, 27, 90, 117, 169, 246 
Samuel Gordon, 216 
Sarah, 72, 128 
Silas Wood, 134 
Sophia, 71, 154, 243 



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Speed Smith, 87, 179 
S. Stanford, 219 

Susan, 22, 28, 52, 63, 91, 212, 218 
Susannah Peachy, 38 
Tabitha, 9 

Thomas, 14, 23, 58, 85, 120, 141, 152, 
172, 178 



Thornton, 21, 66 
Virginia L., 74 
Walker, 180 
Wesly, 18, 156 

William, 5, 8, 17, 51, 54, 56, 73, 111, 
131, 151, 166, 174, 204, 225 



PERSONS WHO HAVE MARRIED DESCENDANTS OF 
COL. JOSHUA FRY 



Adams, Sarah, 22 
Anderson, Pamelia, 44 
Ayler, Octavia, 152 
Bacon, John Lyddall, 77 
Baldwin, Dixie, 247 
Banks, W. J., 65 

Barbee, , 82 

Barksdale, Mary T., 55 

T. S, 143 
Barry, W. L., 245 
Bell, David, 26 ■« 
Boudinot, H., 167 
Bradford, J. E., 74 
Bullett, Wm. C, 29 
Burnett, Bell, 70 
Campbell, Gertrude May, 220 
Carpenter, Sarah, 66 
Clark, Ann, 45 

Lucy, 45 
Clarke, Geo. W., 64 
Cobb, Chas., 243 
Cocke, Bowler, 9 

, 83 

Copeland, John, 246 

Cox, , 82 

Davidson, Mary L., 133 
Davis, Fanny, 121 
Deveridge, Mary O., 51 

Donally, , 43 

Dunkum, Frances, 145 
Durall, Andrew B., 241 
Edgar, Geo. M., 108 
Elgin, Hallett, 244 
Forman, Aaron, 31 
Fry, Catherine, 73 

W. D., 126 
Garnett, Absalom G., 130 

Jerry, 129 
Goodman, James D., 146 

Mary E., 144 
Goshorn, Alvin, 113 
Gray, James H., 139 
Thos. W., 52 



Green, John, 27 

Dr. L. W., 81 
Harrison, Judith, 24 
Haywood, Deborah, 16 
Heiskill, Sarah, 142 
Hildebrand, C. S., 169 
Hill, Etta, 153 

Mary M., 1 
Hoffnagle, L. B., 106 
Hope, Wm., 40 

Hutchins, , 123 

Irvine, L. H., 248 
Leflet, Sophia, 18 
Lewis, Mary C, 132 
Lightfoot, Goodrich, 12 

Philip, 10 

Saml. G., 135 
Lindsey, Ida, 220 

Little, , 176 

Mathews, Henry W., 104 

, 173 

Maury, Ann, 14 

Frances Fontane, 39 

Mathew, 38 

Mildred, 15 
Miller, Geo., 48 
Miner, Hugh, 63 
Minton, W. D., 249 

Montgomery, , 93 

McElhenny, Elizabeth, 41 
McLauren, Sarah, 141 
Nichols, John, 4 

Wm. T., 72 

Oden, , 118 

Paull, James, 100 
Pearson, Wm. E., 242 

Ramsey, , 98 

Rankin, Mary L., 223 
Ratcliffe, Frances W., 53 
Rucker, Angus, 148 
Scott, John, 6 

Sallie, 47 
Seymour, C, 84 



Index 



193 



Shorter, Mary, 120 
Slaughter, Ann C, 11 

Elizabeth, 14 
Smith, Betsy, 23 

Robt. N., 42 
Sparks, Thos., 127 
Spars, Catherine, 8 
Speed, John, 25 
Squire, Annabel Lee, 220 
Starr, T. R, 224 
Strothers, Archie, 62 
Taliaferro, Nannie, 150 
Thomas, R. S., 128 
Thompson, Eliza, 21 
Walker, Catherine, 13 

Hugh, 19 



Walker, Peachy, 7 

Sukey, 3 

Susannah, 18 
Watson, Jessie M., 131 
Webb, Martha, 70 

, 76 

White, Henry, 71 

Leah, 66 

Maria, 46 

Thos., 68 
Willes, Larkin, 49 

Willis, , 13 

Wilson, Lewis, 114 

Martha G., 41 
Winston, , 90 



DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS FRY 



Adelia U., 139 

Agnes, 126 

Alfred Brooks, 144 

Almy, 52, 68 

Amey, 69 

Amy, 34 

Andrew Belcher, 87 

Anna, 26, 65, 109 

Benjamin, 38, 48, 53, 88, 104 

Carrie Estelle, L-1, L-3 

Catherine, 5-D, C-5 

Charles, L-2, L-4, 100, 120, 128, 137 

Christopher, 54 

Cynthia, 2 

Daniel. G, 60, 92, 97 

Deborah Greene, 74, 93, 94 

Dell, 129 

Eleanor, 62, 82 

Elizabeth, 7, 11, 19, 31, 37, 41, 84, 

101, 102 
Ellen M., 123 
Ernest, 112 
Esek, 55 
Fannie L., 141 
Frederick, 127 
Freelove, 22 
George, G-3, G-4, 145 
Hannah, 13, 21, 30, 70 
Hebe, G-1 
Helen Maria, 116 
Henry, 81, 110 
Horace, 140 
Howard J., L-5 
Isabel, n 
James Wells, J 
Jeffrey, 50 



Joseph, 3, 15, C-33, 46, 66, 98, 108, 

113 
Josephine, 143 

John, 10, 16, 28, G-2, 36, 75, 78, 85 
Julia Ann, 90 
Lewis R., 124 
Louise R., 121 
Lucianna, 61 
Lucretia, 57 
Lucy, A, 106 
Lydia, H, 99 
Mary, 9, 18, B, 24, 42, 44, 56, 57, 103, 

107, 115, 119, 138 
Mercy, 63, 76 
Miriam, 142 
Peleg, 49 
Rhodes, 47 
Richard, 35 

Robt. Maxwell, 114, 136 
Ruth, 4, 14, 17, 32, 43, 73 
Samuel, 29, 64, 91 
Sarah, 6, F, 27, 51, 67, 133 
Selfear, 80 

Solomon Southwick, 117 
Susannah, 39 
Sukey Greene, 83 
Thalia Henrietta, 135 
Thomas, 1, 2, 8, 20, I, L, L-4-2, 

L-6, 25, 45, 12, 79, 125 
Virginia, 118 
Walter, 111, 122 
Welthian, 12, 23, 40 
Willard C, L-4-1 
William, 58, 71, 86, 95, 105, 134 
Zelia A., K 



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Index 



PERSONS WHO HAVE MARRIED DESCENDANTS OF 
THOMAS FRY 



Anthony, Joseph, 7 
Arnold, Sarah, 35 
Bowler, Ann, 66 
Brisco, Nathan, E 
Burdick, Cynthia, X 
Cardwell, G. R., 135 
Casey, Edmund, 19 
Clarke, Mary, 3 
Clendening, W. H., 133 
Cocchini, Katherine, L-4 
Coggeshall, Lucianna, 29 

Mary, 15 
Condon, Deborah, 85 
Cook, Eagar, 40 
Cowing, Mary, J 
Cranston, Thos., 21 
Dickson, Hugh G., 102 
Edwards, Chas. A., 115 
Eldridge, Randolph, 22 

Ganot, , 56 

Gardiner, Elizabeth, 104 

Job, 26 
Greene, Deborah, 29 

Eleanor, 8, 33 

Elizabeth, 10 

James, Jr., 39 

Mary, 8 

Richard, 27 

Welthian, 2 

Gorton, , 12 

Goodrich, John E., G-1 
Griffin, Mary, 1 
Hall, Adelaide, 97 

Martha Ann, L 

Slocum, 52 



Holden John, 13 
Latin, Wesley, A 
Leach, Thos., 6 
Longstreet, E. W., B 
Mawney, Mary, 25 
Mumford, Paul, 42 
Parshall, Wm. B., G-5 
Pence, Erastus H., 99 
Pierce, Stephen M., 83 
Rodman, Thos., 5 
Russell, Philander, F 
Sands, Agnes Eveline, 108 
Scranton, Abigail, 20 
Sears, Geo., 57 
Senac, Marie L., 91 
Sherman, James, 30 
Simmons, John E., 116 
Southwick, Sarah S., 95 
Spencer, John, 9 
Spink, Abigail, 16 
Sterne, M. D., 106 
Sullivan, Mary, G-2 
Terry, Sarah \V., G 
Tillinghast, Joseph, 82 

Mercy, 28 

Pardon, 32 
Utter, Mary van B., 113 
Wanton, France E., 125 
Wentworth, Willard M., L-3 
Whitford, Corey, 80 
Winslow, Judith, 86 
Williams, Thos., D 
Winne, Jacob, 90 
Woodworth, Julia A., 114 



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