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THE NEW XORK 
PUBLIC UBK^M 







DR. JEREMIAH SPOFFORD. 

GROVELAND, MASS. 

AT THE AGE OF 85. 



HELIOTYPE PRINTING CO. BOSTON. 



A GENEALOGICAL RECORD, 



INCLUDING 



TWO GENERATIONS IN FEMALE LINES 



FAMILIES SPELLING THEIR NAME SPOFFORD, 
SPAFFORD, SPAFARD, AND SPAFORD, 



DESCENDANTS OF 



JOHN SPOFFORD Al ELIZABETH SCOTT, 



WHO EMIGRATED, IN 1638, FROM YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND, 

AND SETTLED AT ROWLEY, ESSEX 

COUNTY, MASS. 

BY 
DR. JEREMIAH SPOFFORD, 

Of Groveland, Mass. 

APHIA T. SPOFFORD. 



BOSTON: 

PRINTED BY ALFRED MUDGE & SON, 
No. 24 Franklin Street. 

1888. 

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Copyright, i88S, 
By APHIA T. SPOFFORD. 




Qlbe Dedication 

OF THE FORMER EDITION OF THIS 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD, 

BY ITS VENERABLE AUTHOR, 
TO THE NUMEROUS DESCENDANTS OF 

JOHN SPOFFORD AND ELIZABETH SCOTT, 

IS HEREBY MOST CORDIALLY RENEWED. 

The reviser, who entered upon the work at her father's special request,- 
his genealogical papers having been bequeathed to her for 
that purpose, — offers the labor thus expended 
as a tribute of filial devotion, on this, 

Ctjc ®ne i^unbrcbtb 2InntrersarY of tt^c 23trtt] of 
DR. JEREMIAH SPOFFORD, 

December 8, 1887. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Preface 

In Memoriam ... ...... 

Introduction: — Early History, 15; Thomas Spottorth, 
Abbot of St. Mary's, York, and Bishop of Hereford, 
19 ; John Spofforth, Vicar of Silkeston, 24; Spofforth, 
Town and Castle, 26 ; John the Immigrant, 29 ; John, 
2d, 34; Samuel, 34; John, 3d, 34; Spelling of the 
Name, 36 ; Localities, 36. 

P'amilv Register 

Supplementary Records 

English Pedigree . 

Sketch of Reginald Spofforth 

Personal Recollections 

Spofford Fainiily Association 

Index to Family Names 

Index to Connected Fa.milies 



Page 

5 
7 



37 

430 

443 

450 

453 

459 
467 

492 



ERRATA. 

Page 143. Date of marriage of Paul Spofford, — for 1852, read 1822. 
Page 225. Date of marriage of Richard S. Spofford, — for 1886, read 1866. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Dr. Jeremiah Spofford 
Coat-of-Arms ... 
SiLKESTON Church 
'Spofforth Church 
Ruins of Spofforth Casti.e 
Henry Harrison Spafford . 
Richard S. Spofford, M. D. 
Sewall Spofford . 
Paul Spofford 
Dan Spafford 
AiNswoRTH R. Spofford 
Hon. Richard S. Spofford 
Artemas Austin Spofford 
Amos Catlin Spafford 
Edwin Spafard 
Charles A. Spofford . 
Susan Dow Rundell 
Nathan Henry Spafford 
Henrv W. Spafford 



Frontispiece 
Opposite Introduction 

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26 

28 

75 
113 
114 

143 

150 
204 

225 

259 
271 

317 

32& 

355 
367 

385 



PREFACE 



Shortly after the previous edition of this book was published, a 
few belated letters, containing material intended for insertion, were 
intrusted to the subscriber by the author, to whom she had ren- 
dered some slight assistance in preparing the work for the press, 
with the injunction to preserve them with care for use in another 
edition, which must be kept in view, but which he should probably 
not live to superintend. In the lapse of years, and as the result of 
much correspondence, this nucleus has gradually gathered to itself 
the mass of records and memoranda which has, with much care and 
study, been wrought into a form convenient for publication, and is 
now placed in the hands of those who, by a fondness for antiqua- 
rian matters, may be led to an examination of this volume. 

It may not with justice be charged to the stupidity of the scribe, 
nor yet to the proverbial treachery of type, and the carelessness of 
the proof-reader, that errors occur in works of this character. 
Many, from lack of interest, fail to respond to letters of inquiry 
and requests for information, and in the multitude contributing 
material, may be some who have not facility in stating the intrica- 
cies of family relationships through many generations, in a perfectly 
intelligible way, and it is also true that many people write proper 
names and figures with a lack of care which makes the task of the 
transcriber one of extreme perplexity. Furthermore, it frequently 
happens that duplicate records received from different sources dis- 
agree in dates and in other particulars ; and it is a consideration 
replete with satisfaction, that those who are the most accustomed 
to similar work will view with the greatest leniency the imperfec- 
tions that may here be observed. 

It will be noticed that the Introduction has been rearranged, 
bringing together scattered paragraphs bearing upon the same sub- 
ject, and that it has been enriched with much that is new and of 
interest concerning the origin and early history of the Yorkshire 
family, from whom we Americans bearing the same name have 
descended. 



6 ]'Ki:i'Afic. 

In the former editions no fixed rule was obser\ed in regard lo 
following out the order of descent in female lines. It chanced that 
in the cases of the aiinis of (he author, Nos. 132, 140, and 1 |i, tliree 
generations were giv^en, ^nd these Iiave been retained in an abbre- 
viated form ; while, with these exceptions, in view of the fact that 
otherwise this much {Mihirm'd work would l)e swelled to imprac- 
ticable proportions, — making it as much a record of other families 
as of that which inherits its patronymic from John SpolTord, — it 
has been deemed best to fix a limit at two generations in the lines 
of those who have married out of the family name. This is much 
to be regretted in the cases of certain persons who have manifested 
special interest in the work, but whose relationship lies outside this 
limit, and it is hoped that this explanation may be accepted as a 
suflicient apology in the matter. 

The system of numbering, so satisfactorily used in the old book, 
has been retained. 'J'o aid those who are unaccustomed to the 
perusal of such records, it may be explained that each person 
receives a number when his name (Irst appears, as a member of his 
father's family, and the sanu- lumiber is placed against his name 
where it recurs as the head of a family in the succeeding genera- 
tion. A star (*) indicates that a name is so to appear, and the 
number of the generation is given at the top of each page. Lines 
of descent may thus be easily tracetl, both forward and backward, 
through the entire record. 

While the subscriber takes this opportunity to thank all who have 
rendered aicf in her work by words of encouragement or by prompt 
and courteous responses to letters of inquiry, she considers herself 
under special obligations, which are hereby acknowledged, to Mr. 
Paul N. Spofford, of New York; Mr. Markham Spofforth, of Lon- 
don, England; Prof. John Boynton, of Syracuse, N. Y. ; and Mr, 
Sidney Perley, of 15oxford, Mass., for numerous historical refer- 
ences; to Mr. Edgar L. Spafford, of 'i'roy, N. Y., for carefully col- 
lated records of many families ; and to tin; conuuittee rendering 
efficient service in superintending the mechanical details of publi- 
cation, — Mr. A. A. Spofford, of Lawrence; Mr. John C. Spofford, 
of Everett; and Mr. Joseph II. Spafford, of Milton. 

ApIIIA T. Sl'OKFORD. 

(iKovKi.ANi), Mass., 1888. 



3n (JUcmoviam. 



DR. JHREMIAH SPOFFORD. 



The skill of a master's hand is needed to portray upon a 
canvas, which may be viewed with advantage by a distant 
beholder, some object made familiar only by close contact 
With this in mind, the present writer essays, with somewhat 
of embarrassment, the task of furnishint; a memorial of her 
father, fearing that fireside studies may have but inade- 
quately prepared her for the broader delineation of character 
which shall truthfully represent it to persons unacquainted 
with the subject of the sketch, and withal serve as a not 
unfitting tribute to his memory whom she thus seeks to 
honor. 

It was during the war of the American Revolution that the 
mother of Dr. SpolTord was led as a bride from the house of 
her father. Col. Daniel Spofford, in Georgetown, Mass., a spot 
recently made familiar as the gathering-place of the widely 
scattered representatives of the family bearing the name of 
Spofford. 

It is easy to imagine the surroundings of this newly wedded 
pair, — the meagre furnishings of the home ; the sanded floors ; 
the busy wheel and reel and shuttle, which primitive domestic 
thrift must have soon set in motion ; the glowing hearth-stone, 
around which young feet fast gathered, till seven children had 
been received into the rapidly widening family circle, and 
three of them been called to fairer worlds, before the wintry 
day, Dec. 8, 17H7, which first gave light to him who is the 
subject of this sketch. 



8 IN MEMORIA-M. 

If it be indeed true that character and mental attributes 
take their tone from the circumstances of birthplace and early 
surroundings, if a rigorous training begets tenacity of pur- 
pose, and a scarcity of opportunity creates intellectual hunger 
and thirst and an eagerness of outreach in habits of thought, 
it is scarcely possible that he of whom we write could have 
been other than the sort of man he became. 

Though the home was humble and the fields were sterile 
in which he passed what he was wont in later life to call a 
lonely boyhood, he seems to have given early indications of 
an ability to find companionship in books, and food for thought 
in his own environment. 

Many were around him who had done service in the patriot 
army. His father had been a soldier; his paternal grand- 
father had been captain of a militia company ; the father of 
his mother, the Col. Daniel Spofford mentioned above, had 
seen active military service ; and the keen ears of the boyish 
listener were often regaled with the tales of patriotic heroism 
with which the air was all astir. 

The discussion by fireside and farmstead of the political 
issues of that day, and of the principles which shaped the 
Constitution of the new-born nation, the anxiously awaited 
and tardily received news of European warfare, the horrors 
of the French Revolution and the dramatic career of the first 
Napoleon, gave him an early familiarity with the history of 
the times, and doubtless created the interest in political affairs 
which characterized him to the end of life. 

As he passed into young manhood, his susceptible mind, 
athirst for knowledge, gathered to itself from all accessible 
sources the material for the supply of its own growth ; and 
though debarred by the stress of adverse circumstances from 
pursuing a liberal course of educatian, it is quite evident that 
he made good use of his somewhat meagre opportunities for 
intellectual culture. 

Concerning this period of his life, he at one time wrote : — 

"My labors were not often severe, and the mornings, noons, and 
nights of those farming days gave me more time for reading and 
mental work than I should then have been willing to acknowledge. 



IX MEMORIAM.. 9 

" The perusal of Furguson's ' Astronomy ' sometimes intruded 
hard upon my hours of manual labor, and Adams's ' Natural and 
Experimental Philosophy,' in five volumes, with illustrations, was 
in this way studied with more intense interest than I have given to 
any subject in later life, with more books and more time at my 
command. 

" A small parish library, mostly of religious works, given by the 
first pastor of the church in Georgetown, Rev. James Chandler, led 
me through a course of theological reading such as perhaps few 
young men have pursued without direct reference to a preparation 
for the clerical profession." 

The story of Dr^ Spofford's education — from the days when 
he conned his childish tasks under the gentle guidance of 
Miss Sally Wood, of Boxford, whose praises he never wearied 
in sounding, through later studies with Dr. Joshua Jewett, of 
Rowley, and Rev. Isaac Braman, his revered pastor of blessed 
memory, and a course of medical studies with Drs. Whiton 
and Parkhurst, of Winchendon, Mass. — is but the story of a 
multitude of self-made men, who, perhaps oftener in former 
times than since, fought their way to honorable positions in 
professional life. Like them all, he was content to toil, cour- 
ageously leaving the past behind, and perchance viewing the 
future with solicitous conjecture. 

He was licensed for medical and surgical practice in June, 
18 13, and having been united in marriage with Miss Mary 
Ayer Spofford, a daughter of Deacon Eleazer Spofford, 
of Jaffrey, N. H., on Sept. 14 of that year, he located in 
Hampstead, N. H. ; but, preferring a settlement in his native 
State, he availed himself, at the end of three and a half years, 
of an opening caused by the death of Dr. Eben Jewett, the 
only physician in that part of Bradford, Mass., now known as 
Groveland, and removing thither he entered the field in 
which for more than sixty years he engaged in the arduous 
activities, and met the varying experiences which usually fell 
to the lot of country doctors of the old regime. 

His long connection with the Massachusetts Medical Soci- 
ety, dating back to 18 13, and ever marked by a deep interest 
in its transactions and loyalty to its principles, was but one of 



lO IN memoria:^!. 

the results of his native conservatism, which was as strongly 
marked in regard to professional work as in all other direc- 
tions. We quote his own words in regard to his old-school 
proclivities in medical practice : — 

" I entered the profession, not as an experiment in money mak- 
ing by imposing on the credulous, or following some fashionable 
is7n, and I have adhered to the ancient course, not because it is 
old, or that I was bound by some superstition or compact to prac- 
tise on any routine, but willing to gather knowledge from every 
source, claiming that whatever remedy, adopted from the vegetable 
or the mineral kingdom, whether discovered or brought into notice 
in times ancient or modern, by scientific practitioner or quack, 
homoeopathist, hydropathist, or allopathist, -whether appropriately 
used in large doses or small, if it will but heal disease or lessen the 
ills to which flesh is heir, belongs to our system. This is a system 
whose basis is as firm as the everlasting hills, and can never be 
shaken or become antiquated while mortals live and have distresses 
needing alleviation." 

It is but reasonable to suppose that Dr. Spofford's profes- 
sional standing and success were often unfavorably affected 
by his interest in public affairs, and the energy wherewith he 
was wont in middle life to engage in heated political contro- 
versies. In early days a Federalist, afterward a Whig, and 
yet later, when North and South joined issue, gravitating, 
with others of kindred views, into the Republican party of the 
present day, he was always decided in his opinions and unhesi- 
tating in their utterance, his pen being ever ready to give 
pungent expression to his ideas on political questions, or the 
ever-recurring topics of popular interest. 

The relations he sustained with the Haverhill Gazette, from 
the year 182 1 to nearly the close of life, in the various capaci- 
ties of proprietor, associate editor, and contributor ; his fre- 
quent articles in many other newspapers, together with the 
authorship of a " Gazetteer of Massachusetts," published in 
i860, and many addresses, give attestation to his industry in 
literary work. 

His fondness for antiquarian and genealogical research, of 
which this volume is an outgrowth, must have originated in 



IN MEMORIAM, ii 

his early youth, and is evinced by a paper, which is still pre- 
served, containing a record of his immediate family connec- 
tion, written in a laboriously legible school-boy hand, vastly 
unlike the penmanship of his later years, which so often 
tested the patience of correspondents and proved the dismay 
of compositors. 

Of the varied activities of Dr. Spofford's life we may not 
now speak, or of the enthusiasm with which he threw himself 
into enterprises for local improvement in connection with 
which his energies found scope, leaving their impress on the 
community in which he dwelt. 

The busy years hasted on, each bearing away from him 
somewhat of physical strength, but leaving his mind still 
active, though weighted with experiences and memories ; and 
while retaining an interest in things about him, and a keen- 
ness of perception often lacking in persons of much fewer 
years, he became more quiet in mind, a certain native tur- 
bulency of spirit changing to tranquillity, and his old-time 
love of controversy merging itself in a habit of retrospective 
contemplation. 

On Aug. 9, 1^76, nearly sixty-three years after their wed- 
ding" day, the gentler life which had walked beside his own 
almost like its shadow ceased its earthly existence, and the 
remnant of his stay seemed but a time of waiting for the 
shades of life's deepening twilight. 

As Dr. Spofford's last days drew near, he furnished a won- 
derful illustration of the triumph of wiind over physical infirmi- 
ties, describing the hallucinations and mental vagaries with 
which he was at times disturbed, and characterizing them as 
way-marks in the "slow gradations of decay." While con- 
versing with the late Rev. James McLean, afterward of Spring- 
field, Mo., but then acting pastor of the Congregational Church 
in Groveland, of which Dr. Spofford and his wife had become 
members, Nov. 7, 1819, with apparent effort to summon his 
waning powers, that he might give clear expression to his 
thoughts, he spoke of his Christian faith, and of the help he 
derived from the trust that the revelations and experiences of 
the future would be under the same beneficent guidance which 



12 IN MEMORIAM. 

had sustained him through his earthly Hfe of almost ninety- 
three years, which in the retrospect appeared as but a brief 
pilgrimage. 

Two days later, Sept. i6, 1880, occurred the final change 
which left void the large space in his family and in the com- 
munity which had so long been filled with the influences of 
his forceful presence. 

From the many obituary notices which appeared at the 
time, we select the following from the graceful pen of Dr. John 
Crowell, of Haverhill, Mass. : — 

" For over half a century Dr. Spofford was a leader in Essex 
County. His vigorous brain, his indomitable will, his tireless 
energy, and his stern integrity furnished the elements of his suc- 
cess, and wherever duty called him, there he made his influence 
felt by the strong personality of his character. By suggestion or 
questioning or direct antagonism, he pushed every subject with 
which he came in contact with the sharpness of his analysis and 
the force of his terse logic. He was not an easy antagonist in the 
discussion of social ethics or political economy. He had a tena- 
city in argument that never yielded to sophistry or idle speculation 
and fanciful theories. His mind was controversial, and hence he 
challenged the opinions of others, and boldly attacked the schemes 
of those who set themselves up as reformers. His trenchant pen 
was wielded in the interest of politics, of education, and historical 
reminiscences. His conservative nature made him cautious as to 
new methods, but he always examined them carefully, and accepted " 
and adopted them when convinced of their truth and expediency. 

" In his earlier days he was a strong political writer in the Whig 
party, and he measured lances with the champions of the opposite 
party with a vigor that told in the stirring battles of that period of 
political history. 

" Dr. Spofford was a persistent opposer of the school system as 
conducted by the State Board of Education, and especially did he 
opiDOse the establishment of Normal Schools, to the detriment of 
self-supporting Academies of the State. His bold strokes in this 
direction were not without effect, and the modification of public 
opinion in regard to the efficiency of our present school system is 
in no small degree due to his utterances. 

"As a physician. Dr. Spofford had the confidence of the entire 



IN MEMORIAM. 13 

community and the respect of his professional associates. He was 
one of the oldest members of the Massachusetts Medical Society, 
and often occupied prominent positions upon the board of officers. 
He was a constant attendant at the meetings of the Essex North 
District Medical Society, where his venerable presence was always 
recognized with deference and respect by the younger members. 

" His exceptionally long life has been crowded full of activity, 
and he goes to his rest honored and beloved by the friends and 
neighbors and associates among whom his life work has been 
accomplished. 

"'O good gray head which all men knew, 
O iron nerve to true occasion true, 
O fall'n at length that tower of strength, 
Which stood four square to all the winds that blew.' " 



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Hather Deatt]e tt^an ^alse of ^avttie." 



INTRODUCTION, 



Few families in this country can trace a more authentic record 
of their European ancestry than can the Spoffords. The name 
appears in the Doomsday Book, which is a record of the lands of 
England, as parcelled out after the conquest by William, Duke of 
Normandy, in the year 1066. The entry in the index of the book 
is as follows : — 

" Spoford ; — Possession Genera, M. mot, prat, silva past ; Comita- 
tus, Eurvicsc W. R. ; Hundred vel Wapentac, Borgescire Wap.; Pos- 
sessor, Will de Per ci ; Fol. 322, Col. 2." 

At the place referred to, we find a few lines of abbreviated Latin 
in ancient characters which, but for the inadequacy of modern type, 
might with interest be here introduced, and which are evidently a 
record of extensive domains, of greater interest perchance to the 
Percys, who still hold them, than to us, though it is certain that our 
ancestors, prior to the Conquest, were owners, and either, after the 
Saxon mode, gave their name to this place, or received it therefrom 
in Norman fashion. 

A still earlier allusion to the name is found in the following 
extract from " Chronicles of the Saxon Times in England," taken 
from the History of Ilkley, Ancient and Modern, edited by Rev. 
Robert Collyer, D. D., and a noted antiquary named Horsfall 
Turner, published in 1885 : — 

"A. D. 1065. All the thegens (thanes) in Eoforwicscire (York- 
shire) went to Eoforwic, (York) and there slew all the huscarls 
(Danish body Guard) of Earl Tostig. 

" For the accursed murder of the noble Northumbrian thegens — 
Gospatric, whom Queen Eadgith commanded to be craftily slain in 
the King's Court'for the sake of her brother Tosli ; Gamel son of 
Orm, and Ulf, son of Dolphin, whom Earl Tosti commanded to 
be slain craftily at York the year before, as well as for the immen- 
sity of the tax which he had unjustly taken from all Northumbria ; 
the Northumbrian thanes Gamelbearn (son or child of Gamel,) 



1 6 INTRODUCTION. 

Dunstan, son of Athelnoth, and Glonieorn, son of Heardulf, came 
to York and slew Tosti's huscarls, Anund and Reavensuart (Black 
Raven), and the following day, two hundred of his courtiers." — 
Florence of Worcester. 

Game!, son of Orm, was Lord of Thorparch, on the river Thorpe 
in Yorkshire, and of vast domains. He was murdered by Earl 
Tosti, the Dane, in 1064. He had two sons, Orm, who married 
Etheldritha, daughter of Earl Aldred, and Gavielbar or Gamelbear7i, 
Lord of Spofforth, Plumpton, Braham, etc., and revenged himself, 
against Tosti at York, as related above. From him the Spofforths 
of Yorkshire are lineally descended. 

On a dial over the door of the church of Kirkdale, near Helms- 
ley, in Yorkshire, said to be the oldest Saxon church in England, is 
the following inscription in deeply graven letters : — 

" ORM Gamalsuna bohte scs. Gregorius minster vonne hit waes al tobrocan 
and tofalan and he hit let macan newan from grvnde Chr. and Scs. Grego- 
rius in Eadward dagvm Cng. and in Tosti dagvm eorl," 

Kirkdale Dial (Yorks. Arch. Jour.). 

The translation of which is : " Orm, son of Gamel bought St. 
Gregory Monastery, when it was all broken and fallen, and he it 
let make anew from ground, to Christ, and S. Gregory, in Eldward 
days, King, and in Tosti days, Earl." 

Gamel, according to the Doomsday Book, had immediately after 
the Conquest been dispossessed of his lands, at any rate in Ilkley, 
for we find : — 

Terra Willelmi de Perci. [1085.] 

(Translated.) " Land of William de Percy. In Ilkley, Gamel 
had three carucates of land to be taxed, where there may be three 
ploughs. William now has it and it is waste. Time of King 
Edward it was valued at twenty shillings. There is a church and 
a priest, wood-pastures one mile long, and four quarenteens or 
furlongs broad." 

Further : " In Nessfield, Gamelbar had three carucates of land 
to be taxed where there may be two ploughs." 

This is the record of the town and parish of Ilkley, made between 
1080 and 1085 A. D., and we gather from it that before the Con- 
quest by William the Norman, in 1066, Gamel was Lord of the 
manor of Ilkley, and his son Gamelbar, who owned Nessfield, Spof- 



INTRODUCTION. 1 7 

forth, Plumpton, Rougharlington, Brame, Bilton, Rossett, Beckwith, 
and many other manors in the Knaresborough forest district, was, 
like Gamel, a Saxon Thane. 

In the Calendar of Inquisitions after death, of the year 1353 
Calendariiim Inquis'' post A/or/em page 174, No. ^2 a, 26, 0/ Ed. III. 
Heiiriacs de Percy., Spofford Maner'' cum membfis et foedis pertiti' viz. : 
Ly?ito?i, Lethely, et Axelthorpe., Foeda-Folyfate, Aiketon, Spoford, Ribbes- 
to?i, &^c &~-c 'St'C is the following list of 

Fiefs of the Barony of Spofford. 

Folyfate, Aiketon, Spoford, Ribbeston, Plumpton, Colthorp, Stock- 
ton, Lynton, Heselwode, Sutton, Sighelinghale, Lofthowse, Kibel- 
ingcotes, Guthmundenham, Cloughton, Pokethorp, Esthorp, Hoton, 
Fosseton, Wandesford, Nafferton, Queldryke, Wartre, Thriberg, 
Edelington, Middleton, Stubborn, Skaln, Colesburn, Nesselfeld, 
Inwely, Wheteley, Askwith, Dalton, Horton, Casteley, Letheley, 
Walton, Bergheby, Arlesthorp, Soreby, Hemelsby, Steynton, Asmon- 
derby, Merkingfekl, Hornyngton,Wolsington,Yedon, Rondon.Oxton, 
Tadcastre, Snawes, Haghornby, Gramhope, Kerkby, Kerkby-Orblaw- 
ers, Carleton, Midhope, Remington, Neusome, Boulton, Horton, 
Gersington, Lynton, Ketelwell, Thresfeld, Arnecliffe, Addingham, 
Rovitherneck, Stynton, Estborne, Malghum, Brunby, Swyndon, Hal- 
ton, Pathorne, Elgfeld, Thornton, Bunyngeston, Difford, Gisborne, 
.?/ Westeby ("omnia foeda p' dicta pertinent ad maner' de Spof- 
ford " = all the preceding fiefs belong to the Lordship of Spofford). 

The fiefs attached to a barony, lordship, or manor (at that time 
these words were indifferently used as the translation of "man- 
erium ") were not necessarily contiguous, forming one large body 
of land, but they were scattered many miles apart, often in several 
different counties. Y 

Most of the localities named in the above list can now be iden- 
tified, though in many cases the spelling is somewhat changed. 
Folyfate is now FoUifoot, Edelington is now Edlington, etc. The 
townships of Follifoot, Linton, Plumpton, and Little Ribston are 
in Spofford Parish, which contains 3,044 inhabitants. — Moule, Vol. 
II., 467. Plumpton and Wetherby, the latter a market town of 1,217 
inhabitants, are also mentioned as in the parish of Spofforth. — 
Moule, Vol. II., 468. Probably Wetherby is the fief mentioned in 
the list as Westeby. 



1 8 INTRODUCnON. 

Gamelbar, or Gamelbearn de Spofforth, had a son called Wil- 
liam of Spofforth\ who had in 1066, the year of the Conquest, four 
ploughs and nine villains and ten borderers (people of consequence 
in the position of yeomen), four acres of meadow, wood-pasture 
one mile long and one broad ; the whole sixteen quarenteens long 
and twelve broad ; value in King Edward's time, twenty shillings 
(query, does this refer to the tax thereon ?), and in William the 
First's time, sixty shillings. (See Doomsday Book) 

This William was, in 10S6, deprived of his possessions, for refus- 
ing to pay Dane Gelt an obnoxious tax abolished by the Confessor, 
King Edward. " He assisted Aldred^ Archbishop of York, in resist- 
ing the imposition, and his estates were confiscated and apportioned 
among the Norman adventurers, William de Perci, Archil, Gislebert, 
or Gilbert Tyson, and the King."* — Doomsday Survey, 1086. 

Walter, the son of the above-named William, was killed during 
an invasion of England by Malcolm, king of Scotland (38 Dun- 
helm, p. 200); and his son yolm, who lived in the time of Henry 
the First, A. D. 1105, only distinguished himself by forming an 
alliance with the ancient family of Plumpton, of Plumpton, near 
Spofforth, who held vast possessions under the Percys in the neigh- 
borhood of Spofforth. t 

The next in succession as descendants of Gamel and Gamelbearn 
were Henry (temp. Stephen), Elwine {temp. Henry H., A. D. 1186), 
Gamel de Spofforth, who was Marshal to Nigel de Plumpton, Wil- 
liam, and Nicholas^ -^ha lived in the time of Henry 111., 1265, and 
married Dyomysia de Plumpton (see Plumpton Correspondence, pub- 
lished by the Surtees Society), and his brother, yohn Spofforth, who 
is mentioned in the Comp-etus, or household book, of Bolton Priory, 
A. D. 1260, now in possession of the Duke of Devonshire, as having 
sung, in company with Wm. Myoths and the Baron de Greystock, 
at the festival on the fiftieth anniversary of William de Malgam, 
one of the monks. 



* Three hundred years later, viz., in 1407, King Henry IV. granted the manor of Spofforth to 
Sir Thomas Rokeby, of Rokeby, for defeating the Earl of Northumberland (a descendant of Will 
de Perci, the adventurer) at Herselwood, near York. (See Ryiner's Fcedcra, Vol. VIII., p. 376.) 

t At about this period, one John Spafford was made Provost of Limerick. This was before a 
charter was granted by King Richard, after which the title was changed to Maj'or, the powers and 
duties being the same. The photograph of a page of a " History of Limerick," recently received 
from Ireland, shows the following: " Part V. Containing a list of the Provosts, Mayors, Bailiffs, 
and Sheriffs, from the Reign of Richard the first to the year 1786. A. D. 1195. John Stafford, 
First Provost or pra;positus of Limerick, elected and sworn on Monday after Michaelmas Day, and 
to continue such till Monday after Michaelmas of the year following." 



INTRODUCTION. 19 

Then came Roger (temp. 1287), who joined in the attack on Scar- 
borough Castle, under Lords Pembroke and de Warrenne, and 
assisted in conveying Piers Gaveston, the king's favorite, to Black- 
low Hill, near Warwick. He obtained pardon for participation in 
the murder in 13 13. — Palgrave' s Abstract of Parliamentary Writs, 
Yo\. H., Div. I, p. 107. Then Robert, who married a daughter of 
the now long extinct family of Castelay, and had three sons, namely, 
Robert, of whom hereafter; Henry de Spofforth, a priest in 1338, 
who held the manor of Grassington as craven or feoffee in trust 
for Sir William de Plumpton and Christiana, his wife, by a deed 
dated i8th May, 1338, 12 Edw. HI. i^t^ Plumpton Correspondence, 
Chartul No. 182, now in the Bodleian Library at Oxford.) 

Robert, the eldest son, was eighth Prior of Helaugh, elected 
April 8, 1320, and served thirteen years. (See Diigdale's Monasticon, 
Vol. VL, p. 437-) 

He also had Walter de Spofforth, or, as he signed his name, dc 
Spofford, an Augustine canon, who was also Prior of Helaugh. 
" Friar Will de Spofford confrater domus sit Roberti de Knaresbor- 
ough. Vicar of Hampsthwaite near Spofforth. Mort Oct. 9, 1369." 
— Toxx&'iM.'$>'$>., Ar'chdeaconry of York, 195. 

The next in succession was Robert, who married a lady named 
Evorta, the relict of John Vavasour de Norwode, in 1337, and from 
him descended Robert, of whom presently, and Roger, who is nota- 
ble only as having signed as witness to the settlement of the Plump- 
ton estates in 1396, and as being the father of Thomas Spofford, or 
Spofforth, who was Abbot of St. Mary's, York, succeeding Thomas 
Pygot in this dignity, June 8, 1405. 

" The Abbat of St. Mary's was but little inferior to the Archbishop 
of the province, being mitred and having a seat in Parliament 
which entitled him to the appellation of ' My Lord.' 

" He and the Abbat of Selby were the only two Abbats thus hon- 
ored in the north of England." (See Leland's Itinerary, Vol. VH.) 

Date of the Entry on skin 1 9 of the id. part of the Patent Roll of the 

entry m 8 . ^ IT J J 

June, 1405. Sixth year of the Reign of Kiiig Henry the Fourth. 

De Regio R^-^ custodi spiritualitatis Archiepiscopatus Ebora- 

assensu. ccusis sedc vacantc salutem. Sciatis quod electione 

nuper facta^ in ecclesia conventuali BeatEe Maris Eborac : de fratre 

Thoma de Spofforth, commonacho ejusdem domus in abbatem loci 

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pr^esentium signihcamus, ut quod vestrum est in hac parte exe- 
quanimi. In cujus rei testimonium, &c. Teste Rege apud Eborac. 
viij die Junii, 

Which is translated as follows : — 

^ r, ~ Henrv, by the grace of God king of England and 

June 8, 1405, ^ T J o & t> 

6 Hen. IV. France and lord of Ireland, to the guardian of the 
The Royal assent spiritualities of the archbishopric of York, the see 

to the election of , . ^ , . 

Thomas de Spof- being vacant, sends greeting. Know ye that we have 
forth, as abbot of given our royal assent and good-will to the electioni 
■"'■ " ^'^^' ""^ ■ lately made in the conventual church of the Blessed 
Mary at York, of their confrere Thomas de Spofforth, a monk of 
the same house, as abbot of that place ; and this we signify to 
you by the tenor of these presents, so that you might execute 
that which belongs to your office. In testimony of which we have 
caused these our letters patent to be made. Witness ourself at 
York, on the eighth of June, in the sixth year of our reign. By 
writ of Privy Seal. 

" 1420 Thomas SpofTord Episcopus Herefordiensis j^rimo Abbas 
Seint Maria Eborac dieu Episcopus Rofensis electus sed ante con- 
secrat, translatus ad Hereford. Sepultus est Spoford Ebor in Mari- 
ane Monasterius." (See Leland^s Itinerary, Vol. VII., fol. 66, tt 
Vol. VIII., fol. 77a, 776.) 

In 1414, while Abbat of St. Mary's, Thomas Spofforth was 
appointed by Henry V. one of the ambassadors to the celebrated 
Council of Constance. This Council was called to put an end to 
disturbances caused by the election of popes, and also to prevent 
the spread of the doctrines of Huss. The tribunal is said to have 
comprised, beside the Emperor Sigismund and Pope John XXIII., 
who had been elected in the place of Alexander V., lately deceased, 
more than twenty cardinals, twenty archbishops, ninety-one bish- 
ops, six hundred prelates and doctors, and about four thousand 
priests. 

The Council ended the schism by removing the three rival Popes. 
John XXIII. and Benedict XIII. were deposed, and Gregory XII. 
voluntarily resigned, after which the Council elected Cardinal 
Colonna, who took the name of Martin V. 

Subsequently Thomas Spofforth was elected Bishop of Roches- 
ter, but before installation was appointed by the Pope to the See 
of Hereford, A. D. 1420, which position he resigned in 144S, and 
\)tg3.x\ prebendinare \n St. Mary's, York, on Aug. 5, 1456. 



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" Adm recolludae memoriae, Tho ; Episc Hereford inter septa 
mon B. M. Ebor dum vixit prebendinatis, et ibidem decendentio," 
— was granted to John Shalford, a monk of that house. 

The above appears in a note appended to a bequest in the will 
of one John Carre, dated 14S7, as given, p. 26, Vol. IV., of Testa- 
menta Eboracensia, edited by Canon Raine, published b}' the Surtees 
Society, 187 1. 

The bequest is as follows : " Also I bewit to the Abbot of Seynt 
Marie Abbay, a payr of 'Spectacles of sylver and gylted, and a 
bonet that was sumtyme the Bisshoppis of Hertforth." 

The following is a quotation from the Register of the Corpus 
Christi Guild in the city of York, published by the Surtees Society 
in 1872, and edited by Canon Raine. 

"To the Corpus Christi Guild Bishop Spofforth was a munificent 
benefactor. Shortly after his admission he gave to it ' unum mag- 
num liminare cum toto apparatu.' 

" In 1449, after his return to York, he presented the fraternity with 
a magnificent shrine of silver gilt, valued at ;^256, which doubtless 
formed an important feature in their annual processions; and to 
this valuable gift he subsequently added, as stated in the Register, 
' alia jocalia in numero non pauca.' " 

" In an account of a pageant in celebration of the Festival of 
Corpus Christi, it is related that the most prominent and attractive 
object was a shrine presented by Thomas Spofford, Bishop of Here- 
ford, in the year 1449, to the Guild, an organization composed of 
persons of the highest rank, having charge of the annual celebra- 
tion of the festival. 

The following description is given : " The shryne is all gilte 
havyng six ymages all gylded with an ymage of the birthe of our 
Lord in mother of perle sylver and gylte, and three small ymages 
enam3ded standing about the same ; and a tablett of golde, two 
golde ryngs one with a safure the other with a perle, and eight 
other little ymages and a greate tablett of golde having in it the 
ymage of our Lady in mother of perle, which shryne conteyneth in 
length three quarters of a yerd and a nayle, and in brede a quarter 
and half and more and in height half a yerd and over besides the 
steple stonding on the same, said steple having a wether cokke 
thereuppon, and also beying within said steple a berall whereyn the 
sacrament is borne." — Extracts from the Municipal Records of the 
City of York, by Robert Davies. 

A minute description of this shrine, and of the jewels and orna- 

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ments belonging to the Guild, is also given in the Surtees Society 
Papeis, Vol. I., 187 1, No. 57. 

Canon Raine, a noted antiquary, and one of the Canons of the 
Cathedral of York, in one of the Surtees Society Papers, York Regis- 
iry, 4, 1420-1509, Eboracensia, p. 29, gives it as his opinion that 
this Bishop M'as the hero of one of the Robin Hood ballads, — 
known to have been written in the fifteenth century, — in which 
the outlaw^ is described as robbing the Bishop of Hereford. The 
Canon writes : — 

" It is quite possible that our Bishop, in one of his numerous 
journeys to Yorkshire to see his relatives, fell into the hands of the 
Barnsdale Rovers and lost his money, zinde 7iomen et carme?i. It 
was not every day that a Bishop of Hereford found his way into 
Yorkshire. 

" ' Some will talk of bold Robin Hood, r 

And some of Barons bold; 
But I '11 tell you how he served the Bishop of Hereford 
When he robbed him of his gold.' " 

Canon Raine, being asked for an explanation of the anachro- 
nism apparent in the supposed time during which Robin Hood 
performed his exploits (viz., temp. John and Richard the Lion- 
hearted), replied : — 

"Robin Hood must not be treated as an historical personage 
with a date assigned to him. The Ballads seem to be of the 15th 
and 1 6th centuries, and a robbery of Bishop Spofforth might easily 
be incorporated in them. They are, no doubt, by various writers, 
and of various dates." 

The record of Bishop Spofforth's abdication is printed in Rymer s ' 
Fivdera, Vol. X., p. 215. In VVilkins's Cornelia, Vol. III., p. 538, is 
a writ of pardon to Bishop Spofforth for abdicating in favor of his 
successor. 

The Pope testified by his Bull that Bishop Spofford had ex- 
pended on the building of his cathedral upward of 2,800 marks, 
and that he had also made great alterations in the Palace of Sug- 
was, near Hereford, where his initials, <t. ^., still remain in a 
stained glass window. (See Burton'' s Cat/i. Arc. of England, Vol. 

HI.) 

This public-spirited prelate also erected in the Church of Lud. 
low, within his diocese, a magnificent window of stained glass, said 
to be one of the finest in England, and in this window is still to be 



INTRODUCTION. 23 

seen a representation of the Bishop in full canonicals, in an atti- 
tude of prayer, apparently adoring his patron saint. Saint Anne. 
The only part of the label remaining is (TTleMa ^vUov (Knna. 
Placed before the Bishop is a table with this inscription : — 

The Yorkshire Heraldic Visitations, according to Whitaker^s Rich- 
mondshire. Vol. II., p. 31, furnishes the following inscriptions: — 

" In the East window of the Church at Catterick in Yorkshire 
are these figures, 3 ^t. (Enna, and below is inscribed, — 

externum mana mi^i ^foffotft impettet (§.nna." 

The interpretation of which is : " St. Anna prays that eternal 
manna may be given to Spojford." 
Also the following inscription : — 

ftrate fro anima ®'ni ^^ome ^fofford (§.fi6atia (TVlonasterii 
QBeate (Ttlaric C-fiotum iatius <!^uUBxt (Rectoris. 

Which being translated is: "Pray for the soul of Lord Thomas 
Spofford, Abbot of the Monastery of the blessed Maria of York, 
and Rector of this (Catterick) parish." 

Bishop Spofforth had two sisters, described in the Register of 
the Guild of Corpus Christi (p. 19) as, — 

Decimo Anno. Agn : Spofforth } r. u 1 • 

V Sorores abbatis. 
1417-1418. Matfl : Spofforth 3 

At this time the Spofforths appear to have held intimate relations 
with the Plumptons of Plumpton, for in the Plumptofi Correspond- 
ence {Siirtees Society Papers) it is stated that on Nov. 29, 1450, 
temp. Henry VI. : " Master George Plumpton conveyed to Feoffees, 
viz. : — the worshipful Fader and Lord, Thomas Spofford late Bishop 
of Hereford, and others, lands and tenements in Yorkshire and 
Ripon, to the uses of a last will and testament." 

The neighborly intimacy here alluded to must have been of long 
standing, as appears from a story entitled " T/ie Plumpton Mar- 
riage with a King's Ward,''' published as one of a series of papers 
under the general name of Legends and Traditions of Yorkshire. 
In this romantic tale it is related that a certain priest of the family 
of Spofiforth, by performing the marriage service in private, secured 



24 INTRODUCTION. 

to his friend, Gilbert de Plumpton, as his bride, the fair Eleanor 
de Guilevast, a young heiress, whose love he had won in opposi- 
tion to the will of King Henry II., whose ward she was. 

To return to the direct line of the descent, viz., Robert, who in 
13.60 married a co-heiress of Thomas de Malebis : — 

He had issue, Thomas Spofforth, a priest, who became Vicar and 
presbiter of Bredon in Leicestershire, appointed 16 Kal. Ap. 1377, 
resigned. 138 1. — NichoPs Leicestershire, Vol. III., p. 669. The sec- 
ond son was yohn Spofforth, who resided at Newsam, near Spofforth, 
mentioned in the Pipe Roll, 15 Richard II., 1396, who married 
Maria Meynel. I'hey had a son called Robert, who resided at Men- 
thorpe, near Selby, and who was a member of the Corpus Christi 
Guild of York, described in its records as "Dom. Robert Spofforth 
monachus," A. D. 143 1. (See Surtees Society Fapeis, 1871, Vol. I., 
p. 32.) He had a sister named Elizabeth Spofforth, a member of 
the same Guild. — Vol. I., p. 150. 

From this Robert last mentioned descended lineally Robert, who 
lived at Wistow Manor, near Selby, in 1480, and who married a 
daughter of Bryan Ronclift'e of Cowthorpe, near Spofforth (third 
Baron of the Exchequer) ; and they had a son, Bryan Spofford, a 
priest, who was Rector of Barton in Ryedale, now called Barton le 
Street, near Helmsley in Yorkshire. This priest married, con- 
trary to the edicts of the Catholic Church, as did Cranmer, Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury, and others at that period. On his refusing 
to put away his wife, he was deprived, in Queen Mary's reign, 1554, 
of his benefice. (See Yorkshire Archceologicai journal, part 37, 

P- 95-) 

From this date the family became Protestants, and appear to 

have declined in property and influence for many generations ; but 
one of the grandsons of Bryan Spofforth (the priest recusant) was 
John Spofforth, Vicar of Silkeston Parish in Yorkshire, who was 
born in 1588. 

Wft now quote from Burke's Visitation of the Seats and Anns of 
England, Vol. III., omitting his references to the persons men- 
tioned on the foregoing pages, and of whom we have gleaned 
knowledge from other sources. After an extended notice of Thomas 
Spofforth, Bishop of Hereford, Mr. Burke proceeds : " After this 
the family became converts, and John was for many years Vicar of 
Silkeston, from which he was ejected, for non-conformity, in 1663. 
John, his son, — with many families from that part of Yorkshire, — 
was driven during the civil wars to America, where, as one of the 




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Pilgrim Fathers, he was founder of a large and influential family in 
Massachusetts." Mr. Burke is Ulster King of Arms, and his rec- 
ognition of this connection is sufficient to establish it as a fact that 
John, the immigrant of 1638, was a son of him of the same name 
and faith who was made Vicar of Silkeston four years later. 

The Journal of the House of Lords for Dec. 24, 1642, after a 
preamble setting forth the bad character and want of qualification 
of many who had been promoted to ecclesiastical offices by the late 
King, Charles I., just dethroned, proceeds as follows : — 

" It is this day ordered by the Lords and Commons that John 

Spofford, clerk, shall be enabled to serve the church and receive 
the profits of the Vicarage of Silkeston, in the West Riding of 
Yorkshire. And the Archbishop and the Archdeacon are hereby 
prohibited to present or grant institution or induction to any other 
clerk for the Vicarage of Silkeston till both Houses of Parliament 
shall take further action concerning the same." — Journal, Vol. V., 

P- 5^6. 

Of the same person, Calamy, an ecclesiastical historian, says : — 

•'Mr. John Spawford or Spofford was for many years Vicar of 
the church, which on account of its beautiful structure was called 
the Minster of the Moors. 

" He was a pious man, of competent learning and ability, face- 
tious in his conversation, and a lover of all good men. 

" He was ejected for non-conformity about 1663, when Mr. Robert 
Cotton, a worthy, pious gentleman of the parish, took him to his 
house, where he died in 1668, aged So years." 

Note i. — Surtees Society, Vol. LXV., p, 26, Yorkshire Diaries 
Sei'etiteenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Diary of Capt. Adam Eyre, 
1647: — 

" 18, April. This morn I went to Cawthorne to church where I 
heard Mr. Broadley preach. I gave to Capt. Shirt a letter and a 
book from Mr. Bosvile. Then I went to dinner with Capt. Shirt, 
and after we went to Broadgate, and I spent 4^. and rid to Silk- 
ston to hear Mr. Spofford preach, who labored mainly to uphold 
the excellency of the ministry in the people's opinion." 

Note 2. — "The Rev. John Spofford, Vicar of Silkstone, from 
which he was ejected by the Act of Uniformity in 1662, when he 
was 74 years of age. The character given him by the biographer 
of the non-conforming clergy is that he was a pious man of compe- 
tent parts and abilities, very plain in his speaking and holy in his 
life, facetious in discourse and a lover of all good men. 'His 



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widow, Mistress Spawford, died in April, 1679, aged 94, in dotage^ 
at John Hulme's, that married his daughter,' says Oliver Heywood." 

Note 3. — Same volume, p. 256, John Hobson's diary : — 

"19 July, 1726. Mr. Cockshut, Minister of Cawthorne, told me 

that an old man called Turton, his parishioner, who died about 

seven years ago, who was dark at Silkston in the Civile Warr time, 
was present at the church when some soldiers came and forced him 
out, and obliged him to run unto Silkston fall to hide himself. 

He was ejected and Spofforth who lied burried in Silkston 

Churchyard was put in his place." 

The Vicarage of Silkeston, in the patronage of the Archbishop 
of York, is described as in the West Riding of Yorkshire, four 
miles west from Barnsley (which is fourteen miles north of Shef- 
field), the parish containing 13,728 inhabitants and comprising sev- 
eral townships. The church is dedicated to All Saints, and is the 
Mother Church of the Wapentake. 

It must have been an important living at the time of the incum- 
bency of John Spofford, and his convictions of duty were indeed 
strong in assuming an attitude which must inevitably lead to its 
loss, when the infirmities of age were already upon him. 

The present Vicar (1888) is Rev. William Stafford Barker. 

Of the history of the family in later years, Mr. Burke relates that 
"After the Revolution (1689) the family property was in Wistow 
Lordship, Turnhead House, and Barlby Manor, Yorkshire, and 
alliances were formed with the Fawkeses, Nixons, Lacys, Lodges, 
Listers, &c. They migrated to Howden, and have since intermar- 
ried with some of the most influential families of the district." 

The town of Spofforth is about equidistant between Knares- 
borough and Wetherby. An interesting ruin still bears the name 
Spofforth Castle^ and is the property of the second Lord Leconfield, 
whose father was the son of the third Earl of Egremont, an ille- 
gitimate descendant of the Percys. 

Spofforth is, in ecclesiastical parlance, a rectory, ranking next 
above a vicarage, and below a deanery. The only incumbent of 
whom we have knowledge is Rev. James Tripp, "an earnest evan- 
gelical, ordained in 18 10, and in middle life appointed to the beau- 
tiful living of Kirkby Overblow, in Yorkshire; and in 1847, to the 
great rectory of Spofforth, which he held till his death at the age 
of 93." 

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Wetherby. Before the Conquest, Gamelbar de Spofford was lord 
of this manor, after which William de Percy had here four carucates 
of land, nine villains, and ten borders. William de Percy obtained 
a grant for a market here on Fridays in the year 1224, and in 1309 
Henry de Percy procured a license to fortify his castle here. Henry 
de Percy, first Earl of Northumberland, was slain at Bramham Moor, 
within a few miles of this house, in 1407. 

"After the battle of Towton, in 1461, so fatal to Henry VI., in 
which were slain the Earl of Northumberland and his brother, Rich- 
ard Percy, their estates were laid waste and everything destroyed 
by the enraged conquerors." 

Leland says : " The manor house of Spofford was sore defaced 
in the time of the civil wars between Henry VH. and Edward IV., 
by the Earl of Warwick and the Marquis of Montecute. After 
lying in ruins some time, we find that the house was again made 
tenable, for in the year 1559, Henry, Lord Percy, obtained a license 
to fortify his houses of Spofford and Leckontield. 

" It is most probable that this mansion was last demolished in 
the time of Charles I., about 1635, as Samuel Ingoldsby, Esq., 
steward to the Duke of Northumberland, resided here in 1600. 

" The present ruins extend forty-five yards from North to South, 
and sixteen from East to West. The situation is on a sloping bank 
ending in a low wall of rock within the Castle, affording conven- 
ience for lower appartments. The hill, which has been a most 
magnificent apartment, was seventy-five feet in length and thirty- 
six in breadth, and seems to have been built about the time of 
Edward III., when the idea of a castle began to give way to that 
of a palace." 

The following, though coming down from the Norman conquer- 
ors, commemorates our name, and gives a lively picture of the 
songs and revelry which once rang through the ancient castles and 
halls of England : — 

" Lord Percy made a solemn feast 
In Spofford's princely hall, 
And there came lords and there came knights, 
His chiefs and barons all. 

" With wassail, mirth, and revelry, 
The castle rung around : 
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"The minstrels of that noble house, 
All clad in robes of blue, 
With silver crescents on their arms, 
Attend in order due. 

"The great achievements of that race 
They sung, their high command. 
How valiant Manfred o'er the seas 
First led his northern band. 

" Brave Galfrid next, of Normandy, 
With vent'rous Rollo came, 
And from his Norman castle won, 
Assumed the Percy name. 

" They sung how in the Conqueror's fleet 
Lord William shipped his powers; 
And gained a fair young Saxon bride. 
With all her lands and towers." 

Har^ravc's History of Knarcsboro, p. 295. 

An English correspondent, Mr. Markham Spofforth, of London, 
communicates an item of interest concerning this ancient estate. 
Writing under date of May ii, 1870, while paying a visit at Eridge 
Castle in Sussex, the seat of the Earl of Abergavanny, who is the 
head of the family of Nevill, so famous in history, and a direct 
descendant of the Earl of Warwick, the king-maker, Mr. Spofforth 
says: "While looking over some old family papers with my host? 
we discovered that his own park at Eridge Castle and the park at 
Spofforth Castle were enclosed parks for deer at the time of the 
Domesday Su?-vey, there being but few enclosed parks at that period. 
The park at Spofforth was done away with after the Norman Percys 
turned out Gamelbar de Spofforth and his family, but the Eridge 
park is as it was, the red and fallow deer with which it is abundantly 
stocked being as hereditary as the Nevills themselves." 

An American lady of Spofford descent, while on a recent European 
tour, writes thus of her impressions of this spot : " The photograph, 
which is familiar to many, gives a good representation of the ruin. 
The face which is there shown is the best part, the interior being 
but a crumbling mass of debris, and there was no friendly cousin to 
welcome me. The ivy, which was mixed with other blossoming 
vines when I saw it, reached to the top of the arched windows and 
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for some one interested to help me in my fancy pictures ; but I was 
alone, my party having kindly consented to wait for me at York. 
I tried in vain to get information from people or books. One old 
gentleman was disposed to be very chatty, but he could tell me 
nothing except that the ruin was a fine one ; but as I was' con- 
vinced of that before, I did not consider that I had made much 
headway." 

History informs us that Rev. Ezekiel Rogers,* with many fami- 
lies from Yorkshire, England, where he had been a laborious min- 
ister for seventeen years, emigrated to this country in 1638, and 
settled between Newbury and Ipswich in April, 1639; his grant 
extending from the seashore to Cochichawick, now Andover,t and 
was enlarged in 1640, to include the "" iicck on Merrimack river," as 
the settlers, about sixty families, were '"'' straightened for land" \ so, 
in addition to the present site of Rowley, Georgetown, and Box- 
ford, the General Court granted in addition the territory now occu- 
pied by the towns of Bradford and Groveland. 

We have no list of the names of this company, more than may 
be gathered from records of the division of lands, births, deaths, 
marriages, and those who held offices among them. This is doubt- 
less owing to the burning of the house of Mr. Rogers, who would 
not have failed to record the names of the pioneers in so important 
an enterprise. 

The name of yohn Spofford appears on the record of the first 
division of lands into homestead lots, in 1643. ^^ ^^^"^ ^ house- 
lot of one and a half acres on Bradford Street, so called, near the 
centre of the present town of Rowley. Lots were also assigned 
him in the "fresh meadows, the salt meadows, the village lands, the 
Merrimack lands, and shares in the ox pasture, the cow pasture 
and the calf pasture." His wife was Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas 
Scott, of Ipswich, but we find no record of their marriage. The 
birth of a daughter, Elizabeth, is recorded, Dec. 14, 1646. 

He lived for about thirty years in what is still Rowley, and in the 
spring of 1669 removed to " Spoftord's Hill" in the west part of 
the town, and was without doubt the first settler in Georgetown, 
and the progenitor of all of the name in the United States and 



* " Feb. 21, 1621, Ezekiel Rogers, Clerk, was instituted to the Rectory of Rowley (void by the 
death of Henry Pickard, Clerk) on the nomination of Sir Francis Barrington, Bart." — Letter of 
Joshua Coffin. 

t See Winthrop's Journal, Vol. II., page 17. 



30 INTRODUCTION. 

Canada;* and also of most of the Harrimans and Brocklebanks, 
and many of the Nelsons, Chaplins, and Tenneys, of Georgetown ; 
also many of the Kimballs, Haseltines, Hopkinsons, Parkers, Bur- 
banks, and Woods, of Bradford and Groveland ; and many of the 
Peabodys, Kimballs, and Adamses, of Boxford. 

The town of Ro\vIe\% in 1668, laid out a farm "at the Gravelle 
Plain near the Bald Hills," to which, tradition says, the name of 
" Bald Pate " was given, the trees having been removed to clear the 
land for pasturage ; a use to which most of it has been devoted to 
the present day. 

This farm John Spofford took on a lease for twenty-one years. 
For the first five years he was to pay as rent " three hundred feet 
of white oak plank, and after that time, ten pounds each year, one 
half in English corn at price current, or Indian corn, if he pleases, 
the other half in fat cattel or leane, at price current." This lease 
was assigned to his sons, John and Samuel, March 16, 1676, and 
the rent reduced to eight pounds, and to be wholly remitted " dur- 
inge the time of the Indian wars," and it was extended by agree- 
ment threescore years from the date thereof. John, Jr., was 
twenty years of age at the date of this lease, and he and his son 
John lived, reared families, and died on this farm before its expira- 
tion. Samuel, then twent3'-four years of age, survived the lease 
nearly seven years. 

Why this removal several miles into an almost unbroken wilder- 
ness was made, and this farm taken upon a lease, by John, Sr., 
when land was so plenty, and after having half a dozen lots assigned 
him in the division, does not appear; perhaps the "benefit of pen- 



* This has sometimes been doubted, and the question raised if others of the name might not also 
have found here a home and left a posterity. While the records which have been received for 
insertion in this book almost without exception establish for themselves an unmistakable line of 
descent from John of Rowley m Essex County, Mass., it is true that two years prior to his advent, 
.September, 1636, one IVillzam Spofferd was in the Colony, as a supercargo or commissioner for 
Sir Matthew Boynton, a man of great wealth, who advised those in his employ to remain in Amer- 
ica, though ready to meet the expense of their return, if that was their choice. This appears in 
Vol. VII. oi Massachusetts Historical Collectiotis. 

In the absence of any evidence to the contrary, it may be assumed that the aforesaid W'illiam 
Spofferd, who was probably not of the Yorkshire family, the work he was appointed to do being 
accomplished, returned to England, having no taste for a pioneer life and perchance no yearning 
for " a faith's pure shrine." 

A letter is still preserved from one Samuel Spofforth to Robert Spofforth, of Howden, Yorkshire, 
England, dated Philadelphia, 1757, wherein the writer says: " I was born in Bermuda, where I 
now reside, and where 1 left a wife and five children in the month of August. I am now, by God's 
permission, bound there." 

Surely neither of these persons is likely to have left descendants in this country. 



INTRODUCTION. 31 

ning the cattel " was a valuable privilege. His descendants were 
owners of nearly one thousand acres of adjoining lands, at the 
time the lease expired, when the farm reverted to the town. The 
northerly part of it was soon after set off to the Second Parish, 
and was sold or leased for nine hundred and ninety-nine years. 
The remaining part was let on seven-year leases, until 185 1, when 
it was sold to Mr. Sewall Spofford, whose portrait appears else- 
where, and is at present (188S) owned by his son, Charles Sewall 
Spofford. 

At the date of the first edition of this work it was not doubted 
that John Spofford spent the remainder of his days on this farm, 
but later research makes it highly probable that he returned to 
Rowley two years before his death, on the assignment of the farm 
to his sons, and the devising the lease of the " Prudence Cotton 
Farm " to his wife and youngest son. 

This Pt'iidence Cotton Farm was probably once owned by Dr. 
Anthony Crosby, the physician of Rowley, from 1652, and perhaps 
earlier, to the time of his death, about 1670. His widow, whose 
given name was Prudena\ became the second wife of Rev. Seaborn 
Cotton, of Hampton, N. H., as related in Gage's History of Rowley, 
p. 390 ; and this marriage and removal may have opened the way 
for the lease of her farm in Rowley to John Spofford, Sr., and 
his return to the older settlement when he assigned to his sons the 
lease of the farm on " Spofford's Hill," in 1676. The theory that 
his death occurred at old Rowley is confirmed by the fact that his 
will, made shortly before his death, was witnessed by residents of 
that village, probably his neighbors at the time. 

Mr. Gage, in his history of Rowley, mistakes the death of John 
Spofford, Jr., on the Rowley records in 1696, for that of the father, 
which occurred in 1678. The son survived eighteen j'ears, and 
was buried at Bradford, while they worshipped with that church. 
John Spofford, Sr., being tifty years old in 1662, as we learn from 
an affidavit on file at Salem, was but sixty-six years of age at his 
decease, in 1678, in which year his will was entered at the probate 
office, "6th. 9th. month" (November, old style). 

This will shows him to have been possessed of a competent share 
of worldly goods, and as we have so few records of this man, hold- 
ing the important position of progenitor of all the Spoffords in 
America, we shall give it entire, as an ancient and authentic record 
of one of his last acts. 



32 INTRODUCTION. 



The Lasi- Will and Testament of John Spofard, Senior. 

I coniit my smile into the hands of God who gave it, and my body to the earth, 
to be decently buried, and as to that estate which the Lord hath given, I dispose 
of it as follows after my debts are payd. 

Imprimis : — As for my dear and loving wife, I give to her the lease of the house 
and lands of Mrs. Prudence Cotton. 

Also I give to her all the household stuff, to be at her disposal, except the arms 
and ammunition. Also I give to her two cows, and one calfe, also four sheep. I 
give to her and my son Francis, to be equally divided between them, one young 
horse, also to have the use of four acres of land at the farm during her life. 
Furthermore, I will that my son Francis his portion be at my wife's disposal till 
he comes to the age of twenty-one years if she live so long, for that end that he 
may be helpfull to her to carry on her husbandry work. 

Ft cm : That which I give to my son Francis, is the two young oxen, and the 
mare, and the cart, and all the furniture belonging to husbandry. Also one year- 
ling calf, these to be at my wife's disposal till he be of age above said, and these 
things, or the worth of them, to be faithfully payd to him. Also I give him the 
small gun, and four acres of land at great meadows, and what may so fall by virtue 
of any town grant. 

Item : I give to my son John, two stears coming three year old, and the long 
fowling-piece, and one halfe of the lease of the farm together with twenty pounds 
stocke I formerly gave him. 

Itivn : I give to my son Thomas, my vilage lands, and the gray horse, and two 
sheepe, and one spring hog, and one two year old heifer and the great musket. 

//e»i : I give to my son Samuell, the other halfe of the lease of the farm and 
two young steers, one that comes three year old and one that comes four year old, 
and one spring hog, and alDout ten pound stock I have already given him. 

Item : I give to my daughter -Elizabeth one two year old heifer and two sheep. 

I/e/>i : I give to Hannah one cow, one three year old heifer, and two sheep. 

I/em : I give to my daughter Mary one cow and one calf and two sheep. 

I/em : I give to my daughter Sarah, one cow and one calf and two sheep. 

//<•;« .• I also appoint my louing wife and my son Thomas to be joint executors 
of this my last will, and my children to be payd at marriage or at coming one and 
twenty year old, and if any die before, their portion to be devided among the rest. 

In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal 8th 8th month, 
(Oct. 7th) 1678. 

JOHN SPOFARD. 
Signed, sealed and delivered 
in presence of us, 

Ji)irN Johnson, 
PiuLH' Nelson. 

In ourl held at Ipswich, 6th. 9th. month, 167S, this will proved to be the last 
will and testament of John Spaford, by the oaths of Philip Nelson and Joha 
Johnson. 



INTRODUCTION. 33 

The disposal of the lease at the new settlement to his older sons, 
and the provision that he makes for his wife and youngest son, 
then but thirteen years old, together with the request that he may 
be " useful to her in her husbandry work," indicate that he was 
expecting soon to leave them, and to this pious care he was probably 
admonished by failing health rather than by the infirmities of age. 

The exact date of his death is not known, but it doubtless imme- 
diately preceded the presentation of his will at the probate office 
Nov. 6 (old style, or 17, new style), 1678. His decease was four 
years before there was any organized church or any burying-ground 
in Bradford, and more than fifty years previous to the formation of 
the church in Georgetown, which leads us to the conclusion that 
he must have been buried at Rowley, though diligent search has 
failed to discover any stone marking the place of his rest. 

His " loving wife " Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Scott, of 
Ipswich, merchant, must also have crossed the ocean, as she is 
known to have been the wife of John Spofford, only eleven years 
subsequent to the settlement of Ipswich, by newly arrived emi- 
grants from England. We have no record of her death, but she 
was no doubt laid beside her husband in that hallowed ground 
which contains the dust of nearly all the first settlers of Rowley, 
where, 

" Each in his narrow cell forever laid, 
The rude forefathers of the hamlet sleep." 

We may learn something of the character of the man of whom 
we write, from an anecdote, creditable tQ him and characteristic of 
the time in which he lived, which has been handed clown by tradi- 
tion from Samuel Spofford, who was born in 1653 and lived to be 
ninety-one years old, through a descendant born in the middle of 
the last century, and who related the story to the writer. 

During his residence at Rowley, a severe drought was followed by 
a great scarcity of food, and our good forefather repaired to Salem 
to purchase corn for his family and neighbors. The merchant to 
whom he applied, foreseeing a greater scarcity and higher prices, 
refused to open his store to supply his want. Having pleaded the 
necessities of himself and others in vain, he cursed him to his face ; 
but on being immediately taken before a magistrate, charged with 
profane swearing, he replied that he had not cursed profanely, but 
as a religious duty, and quoted Prov. xi. 26 as his authority. The 
words are, " He that withholdeth corn from the hungry, the people 
shall curse him." He was immediately acquitted, and by the sum- 



34 INTRODUCTION. 

niary power of courts in those days, the merchant was ordered to 
deliver to him as much corn as he wished to pay for. 

John Spofford, 2(], as it appears, continued to live on the spot 
where the first house in Georgetown was built, and March 9, 1675, 
married Sarah Wheeler, of Rowley. He died,* leaving eight chil- 
dren, April 22, 1696, aged forty-nine; and his widow, four years 
subsequentl}', married Caleb Hopkinson, of Bradford, now Grove- 
land. Her daughter Martha married Caleb Hopkinson, Jr., from 
whom the many families of the name in Groveland are descended. 
This Martha, after the death of her husband, who was known as 
E?isign Caleb Hopkinson, married Ebenezer Kimball, of Bradford, but 
lies buried beside the grave of her former husband, in the ceme- 
tery in Groveland. 

Samuel, the third son of John the immigrant, is worthy of notice 
as the patriarch of a very numerous posterity, aniong whom are the 
many who during the last century removed to New Hampshire and 
Maine ; and also as being a connecting link between the first and 
fourth generations, living as he did to the advanced age of ninety- 
one years. The legacies bequeathed by him to his children, prove 
him to have been a person of good estate, and it is quite evident 
that he was possessed of more than the ordinary amount of learn- 
ing in his day. We have had the pleasure of seeing an account 
book kept by him, and in which he was wont to note down his family 
affairs, and which is now in the possession of one of his descend- 
ants, Mr. M. A. Stickney, of Salem, who also has in his keeping 
the wedding dress of his great-grandmother, a daughter of Samuel 
Spofford, the subject of this notice, and which is indeed an inter- 
esting relic, almost a century and a half having elapsed since the 
sun shone upon her bridal day. At the house of this daughter, Mrs. 
Stickney, of Byfield, the father spent his last days, and died Jan. i, 
1744, having sustained during his long life a connection with the 
old churches in Rowley, Bradford, and New Rowley. 

yohn Spofford, ^d, from whom, with most of the families of the 
name in this vicinity, the author of this work descended, was born 
and spent his entire life upon the farm which was leased by the 
first settler. He seems to have been an industrious and thriving 
farmer, and in his will, made about two months previous to his 
death, in August, 1735, he confirms to his sons, Francis, John, and 



* The inventory of his property being given as " real estate, loo pounds; personal property, 244 
pounds." 



INTRODUCTION. 35 

Abner, deeds of lands, — probably farms which he had already given 
them, — and makes ample provision for his wife and "our three 
little sons," Daniel, Eliphalet, and William by name, children of a 
second wife, Sarah Poor. 

Of these "three little sons," it may be of interest to relate that 
WiIUa7n died in the army during the French and Indian wars ; that 
Eliphalet was captain of a Rowley company attached to the regi- 
ment in command of his brother Daniel, which marched as far as 
Cambridge at the time of the Lexington fight, but failed to reach 
the scene of action till the affray was over. A son of Capt. Eliph- 
alet, and the father of the writer, being absent when his regiment 
left, hastened home, equipped himself, and following on foot and 
alone, overtook the regiment at Topsfield. 

Little value seems to have been placed upon the shares falling 
to the familv of John Spofford, Sr., in the division of lands in the 
various parts of the town. He gives, as we have seen, to his son 
Francis " what may fall by virtue of any town grant," and to 
Thomas "my village lands," which, according to the meaning of 
these old records, refers to lands in the out-settlements. As we 
find no evidence that either of these persons left any posterity, the 
rights must have reverted to others of the family,* as John, 3d, in 
his will, authorizes his wife to "sell and dispose of out-skirts of 
land and meadows, and rights in new townships not yet settled, 
and of rights in any common, not yet divided, for the benefit of 
herself and little sons." This will was made in the near prospect 
of death, as he says, in connection with several expressions of 
Christian faith and resignation. He, with his wife, Dorcas Hop- 



* The following, culled from the Essex County, Massachusetts, Registry of Deeds, will be 
of interest, though it is hard to locate some of the persons whose names appear as heirs of John 
Spofford, Sr. : — 

Elizabeth Low, of Andover, widow, conveys land in Rowley which belonged to her father, 
John Spofford, deceased, and also her interest in her brother Francis's estate. — Vol. LXVI.,p. 53; 
date, April, 1724. 

Cornelius Darling and wife Sarah, of Bellingham, IVm. Sprague and wife Hannah, of 
Mendon, convey all interest in estate of their grandfather, John Spofford, late of Rowley, deceased, 
and also in his son Francis's estate. Date, April, 1724. — Vol. LXVI., p. 56. 

Johti Mitchell, of York, Mass. (now Maine), and Mary Mitchell, of Newbury, children of 
John Mitchell, of Newbury, deceased, convey their interest in the above-mentioned estates. — 
Vol. LXVI., p. 56. 

Thomas Spafford, of Lebanon, Ct., conveys his interest in estate of MaryJHunnewell, in West- 
chester, N. Y., daughter of John Spofford, and of Francis Spofford, her brother. — Vol. LXVL, 
p. 56; date, 20 April, 1724 

John Spofford, Satuuel Spofford, and Jonathan Spofford, of Rowley, husbandmen, and 
Joseph Kimball and Ehene%er Kimball, and his wife Martha, of Bradford, convey land in Row- 
ley laid out to John Spofford, deceased. Date, Dec. 15, 1732. — Vol. LXIV., p. 159. 



36 INTRODUCTION. 

kinson, was admitted to the Bradford church, nth, 3d month, 
1702; and he united, together with his second wife, Sarah Poor, 
with the second Rowley church at its formation in 1732, and pre- 
sided at the first parish meeting, Oct. 5, 1731. He died Oct. 4, 
1735, and lies buried in the old cemetery in Georgetown. 

There has long been a tradition that our family name originated 
in the word Spa, a spring of mineral water, and the ford is of 
course quite obvious. An English correspondent gives the same 
etymology of the words, and says, " The district in which Spofforth 
lies is a mineral one, and there are numerous mineral springs in the 
neighborhood." 

The family name has varied much in its spelling, both in England 
and America. The English authorities are copied as printed. In 
the body of the before-mentioned lease, the name is twice spelled 
Spofforth, — it is signed Spofford, — but the renewed lease in 1676 
is signed John and Samuel Spofforth. On the gravestone of this 
John, 2d, in the old burying-ground at Bradford, bearing the date 
1697, it is spelled Spafford ; and on the gravestone of Samuel, 
in the cemetery in Georgetown, it is Spaffard. The name was 
usually spelled with an a, at the time of the Revolution, and the 
descendants of those who left this vicinity at about that time retain 
this orthography; but Spofford is now nearly uniform in Massachu- 
setts, and it is claimed conforms with the most ancient authorities 
in England. 

It will be the plan of this work to spell the name of each family 
according to its own usage, though it is found that in the earlier 
generations the name of the same person is often written in many 
different ways. 

Some confusion may arise to those unacquainted with the locali- 
ties named, from the number of towns into which Rowley has been 
divided. The part of the town in which the family first settled 
is Rowley still, but we think no one of the name has lived 
there since the first settler left in 1669 ; while New Rowley, being 
the second parish in Rowley, now Georgetown, has sent out many 
sons and daughters to people distant places. Bradford was set ofif 
from Rowley in 1675, Georgetown in 1838, and Groveland from 
Bradford in 1850. There were in Georgetown in 1813 twelve fami- 
lies and twenty voters of the name, and nearly the same number 
may be found there at present. There are also a few families in 
Groveland and in Bo.xford, but by far the largest number of the 
descendants are scattered in diiTerent towns and States. 



FAMILY REGISTER. 



ABBREVIATIONS AND EXPLANATIONS. 

b., born; bap., baptized; pub., published; m., married; s. p., without offspring- 
unm., unmarried; res., residence. 

The star preceding a name indicates that it is to appear as the head of a fam- 
ily, in the next generation. 

A number in parentheses, placed before the name of a head of a family, refers 
to that person's name in the preceding generation, as a member of his father's 
family. Lines of descent may thus be easily traced. 

Rule lines separate the families into groups of cousins. 



parents ^^^^^^ (Bcncratton, Children Second. 



John Spofford and Elizabeth Scott. 

" She was of Ipswich and doubtless a daughter of Thomas Scott and his wife 
Elizabeth, who came over in the ship ' Elizabeth ' in 1634, when nine years old. 
If so, she was thirteen years younger than her husband. This identity is con- 
firmed by the repetition in her own family of the names of her parents, brothers, 
and sisters, Elizabeth, Thomas, Hannah, Sarah, Mary." — Sava^^e's General 
Dictionary. 

" Thomas and Elizabeth Scott, each 40 years of age, came in the ' Elizabeth ' 
of Ipswich, Capt. William Andrews, the latter part of April, 1634, with their chil- 
dren, Elizabeth, 9 years old, Abigail, 7 years old, Thomas, 6 years old, and Isaac 
Mixer, 4 years old." (See Massachusetts Historical Collections, Third Series, Vol. 
X., p. 141.) 

This Elizabeth Scott (mother of Mrs. John Spofford) subsequently married the 
Rev. Ezekiel Rogers (probably not the one who settled in Rowley, but a rela- - 
tive). She survived said Rogers, and was his widow in 1683. 

John Spofford, as appears from an affidavit, was fifty years of age in 1662, 
hence born in 1612; his will was made Oct. 7, 1678, and probated 6th 9th month, 
1678, his wife and son Thomas joint executors. For fuller notice, see Introduc- 
tion, page 29. 

4 



3S 



PARENTS FIRST GENERATION, CHILDREN SECOND. 



CHILDREN. 



4- 

6. 

7- 
8. 



♦Elizabeth, b. Dec 

*JOHN, 
TflOMAS, 



14, 1646; m. Alex. Sessions. 
b. Oct. 24, 1648 ; ni. Sarah Wheeler, 
b. Nov. 4, 1650; m. Abigail Haggett (probably a 
daughter of Henry Haggett), Sept. 22, 1668. 
*Samuel, b. Jan. 31, 1653 ; m. Sarah Bh^kbee. 
Hannah, b. Apr. i, 1654. 

Marv, b. 1656; m. Hunnewell; held prop- 

erty in Westchester, N. Y. 
Sarah, b. Jan. 15, 1658; d. Feb. 15, 1660. 
*Sarah, b. Mar. 24, 1662; m. Richard Kimball. 
Francis, b. Sept. 24, 1665 ; m. Mary Leighton, daughter of 
Richard Leighton He (Francis) d. prior to 
1724, probably childless. 



PARENTS SECOND GENERATION, CHILDREN THIRD. 



39 



parents Seconb (Bcncration, (Ihil^rc^ ^\}iv^. 



(1.) Elizabeth Spofford and Alexander Sessions. 

He was probably of Andover, Mass., the name in old records being spelled 

Sutchins. 

CHILDREN. 

Nathaniel, b. 1683. 
JosiAH, b. 1684. 

Joseph, b. 1685. \. 
Abel, b. 1688. 



Alexander Sessions, the father, having died in 168S, his widow must have mar- 
ried again, as by a deed dated April, 1724, — 

Elizabeth Lozv, of Attdover, toido"o, conveys land in Rowley which belonged to 
her father, John Spofford, deceased, and also her interest in her Ijrother Francis 
Spofford's estate. — Regsitry of Deeds, Essex County, Mass., Vol. LXVL, p. 53. 



10. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


1672. 


IS- 


II. 


John, 


b. 


1674. 


16. 


12. 


Alexander, 


b. 


1675- 


17- 


13- 


Timothy, 


b. 


1677. 


18. 


14 


Samuel, 


b. 


1678. 





(2.) John Spafokd and Sarah Wheeler. 

Married March 9, 1675; lived on the site of the original settlement on Spofford's 
Hill, in what is now Georgetown, where he died April 27, 1696-97, being interred 
in the old cemetery in Bradford, where his gravestone may now be seen. His 
widow, Sarah Wheeler, married Caleb Hopkinson, Sr., of Bradford, now Grove- 
land, June 12, 1 701, and died Oct. 24, 1732, aged 80. Gravestone in Groveland 

Cemetery. 

CHILDREN. 



19. 
20. 



*JOHN, 

Mary, 



b. June 12, 1678; m. Dorcas Hopkinson. 

b. Mar. 9, i58o ; m. John Hartshorn, Sept. 22, 

1707. 
b. Nov. 23, 1681 ; d. 1717 ; gravestone in Brad- 
ford Cemetery, where the name is spelled 
Spafard. 
^Jonathan, b. May 28, 1684; m. Jemima Freethe. 
*Martha, b. May 16, 1686; m. Caleb Hopkinson. 
Ebenezer, b. June 14, 1690; d. June 29, 1690. 
Nathaniel, b. Sept. 10, 169 1 3 bapL at Bradford, Feb. 24. 
Sarah, b. Dec. 20, 1693; m. Samuel Kimball, Jan. i, 

1813. 



21. David, 



■22. 

23- 
24. 

25- 
26. 



40 PARENTS SECOND GENERATION, CHILDREN THIRD. 



(4.) Samuel Spoffokd and Sarah Birkbee. 

Married Dec. 5, 1676, occupying the "old farm" conjointly with his brother 
John. He died Jan. i, 1744, aged 91 ; his wife died Nov. 18, 1729, interred at 
Bradford. Her name spelled Birkbee in her marriage record, — probably the 
modern Burpee. Samuel Spoftbrd was made freeman in 1684. 



CHILDREN. 

27. Samuel, b. Sept. 12, 1677 \ d. Sept. 23, 1677. 

28. *Tho^L'\s, b. June 6, 167S ; m. Bethiah Haseltine. 

29. Sarah, b. Sept. 24, 1680 ; m. Robert Haseltine, June 

10, 1702. 
Mary, b. Aug. 7, 1682. 

*Hannah, b. Feb. 12, 1684; m. Isaac Adams. 

Ruth, b. Xov. 18, 1687 ; m. Samuel Brocklebank. 

*Samuel, bap. Apr. 27, 1690: m. Sarah Stickney. 
Abigail, b. Mar. 9, 1694; m. Samuel Ames; publish- 
ment recorded May 17, 17 18, name spelled 
Abygall. Interred in old cemetery, Bradford. 
They had a son, Samuel Ames. 

35. *Mehitable, bap. May 10, 1698; m. Nathaniel Harriman. 

36. Lvdia, bap. July 7, 1700. 

37. *Elizabeth, b. July 5, 1702; m. Benj. Stickney. 



30 
32 
34 



(8.) Sarah Spofford and Kichard Kimball. 

Married Sept. 17, 1682. From this couple descended a large and influential 
branch of the family, — among them the Mr. Edward Kimball whose name has 
been prominent in the work of raising church debts. 



CHILDREN. 

38. Samuel, b. Mar. 30, 16S6. 

39. Richard, b. May 27, 1689. 

40. .Mehitable, b. Oct. 16, 1699. Perhaps other children. 



PARENTS THIRD GENERATION, CHILDREN FOURTH. 41 



parents QIl]ir^ (5cncration, dbil^rcn 5*^^^^'^^?- 



41. 


*FRANCrS, 


42. 


*JOHN, 


43- 


*Abner, 


44. 


Sarah, 


45- 


Dorcas, 


46. 


*Mary, 



(19.) Capt. John Spaffard and Dorcas Hopkinson. 

Married Feb. 15, 1700; settled on the "old farm," and both died there. She 
was daughter of John Hopkinson, of Rowley, born Feb. 26, 1676. 

CHILDREN. 

b. Feb. 19, 1702; m. Priscilla Walcott. 

b. Mar. ig, 1704; m. Hannah Tyler. 

b. Aug. 21, 1705 ; m. Sarah Colman, of Byfield. 

b. Feb. 21, 1707 ; m. George Dickinson, 1734. 

m. Samuel Bradstreet, Nov. 30, 1736; removed 

to Lunenburg, 1739. 
m. Jacob Barker, of Andover. 

Second marriage with Sarah Poor, of Indian Hill. 

CHILDREN. 

47. *Daniel, b. April, 1721; m. Judith Follansbee, 1741. 

48. *Eliphalet, b. 1725 ; m. Lucy Peabody, Dec. 27, 1748. 

49. *William, m. Abigail Perley, of Boxford. 

The father of this family died Oct. 11, 1735; lies buried in the old cemetery in 
Georgetown.' His widow married Ezekiel Hale, of Newbury, Oct. 31, 1736, this 
being his fourth matrimonial venture ; his former wives having been Ruth Moody, 
of Pipestave Hill; Mary Sargent, of Amesbury; and Sarah, daughter of Parson 
William Balch, of Bradford, now Groveland. 



(22.) Jonathan Spofford and Jemima Freethe. 

Settled in Rowley, Mass. (Georgetown), where he died, as his gravestone 
-quaintly shows, "JANUr y° i6h 1772 in y' Sgh YEAR OF HIS AGE." She 
was of York, Me. 

■■ Inscription on gravestone, still legible, wherein the name is thus given: — 

"CaPtEn JOHn SPaFFaRD." 

In his captain's commission, bearing date May S, 1721, and signed by Governor Samuel Shute, 
the name is spelled Spauford. 

His will was admitted to probate Nov. 3, 1735. 



42 PARENTS THIRD GENERATION, CHILDREN FOURTH. 

It is related that from lack of devotional feeling, or want of confidence in the 
piety of her husband, — undoubtedly the latter, — she on at least one occasion 
continued her work while he was conducting family worship, and that, in making 
her the subject of one of his petitions, he very unhandsomely characterized her by 
an epithet fjuite inconsistent with conjugal tenderness. 

Divers peccadilloes or eccentricities ascribed to him by tradition, — notably, 
taking a young son on a coveted excursion tightly tied in a bag, — leave to later 
generations scant room for doubt concerning which was the greater " sinner " of 
the two. 

This pair are the progenitors of widely scattered and very important branches 
of the family, many representatives of which have Ijecome conspicuously eminent 
in political, financial, literary, and social life. 



50 
51 
52 

S3 
54 
55 
56 

57 
58 

59 
60 

61 

62 



children. 
*Samuel, 

*David, b. Dec. 4, 17 10; m. Hannah Cheney. 

*Nathaniel, b. 1712 ; m. Sarah Smith. 

*JoHN, b. Dec. 12, 1 7 14. 

Hannah, b. Dec. 22, 1716; m. Wood, of Bradford. 

*Abel, b. Nov. 14, 17 18; m. Eleanor Poor, of Newbury. 

*JosEPH, b. July 13, 1720; m. Sarah Earns; 2d, Mary 

Marble. 

*Jacob, b. Aug. 17, 1722; settled in Salisbury, Conn. 

Dorcas, b. Sept. 19, 1724; bap. at Bradford, Sept. 22. 

*JoB, b. Dec. 21, 1726; m. Mary Brocklebank. 

*Jonah, b. Apr. 19, 1729 ; m. Dorcas Frost. 

*MoSES, b. Jan. 19, 1732. 

*Jemima, b. May 30, 1733 ; m. Capt. Richard Peabody. 



(23.) Martha Spofford and Caleb Hopkinson, Jr. 

Married Dec. 19, 1705; lived in Bradford (now Groveland). The husband 
having died April 17, 1721, she afterward married Ebenezer Kimball, of Bradford. 
She died Nov. 9, 1 730; interred in Groveland Cemetery. 



CHILDREN. 



63 
64 

65 

66 
67 
68 



John, b. Sept. i8, 1706; m. Sarah Carleton, 1728. 

David, b. Nov. 26, 1708; m. Elizabeth Platts, 1731. 

Sarah, b. Oct. ^22, 1710; ni. John Huse, 1730. 

Nathaniel, b. Jan. 4, 17 12. 
Martha, b. Oct. 5, 17 14. 
Ebenezer, b. Aug. 11, 17 16; d. 17 18. 



PARENTS THIRD GENERATION, CHILDREN FOURTH. 43 

6g. Samuel, b. July 14, 1718; m. Betsey Palmer, 1741. 

70. Ebenezer, b. Jan. 13, 1721. 

71. Caleb, b. Feb. 11, 1722-3. 



(2S.) Thomas Spofford and Bethiah Haseltine. 

Married Dec. 31, 1701, in Essex County, Mass., probably in Bradford; removed 
to Boxford, Mass., where eight children were born, and thence, in the spring of 
1 718, to Lebanon, New London County, Conn., where two more children were 
born. 

CHILDREN. 

72. *Amos, b. May 23, 1703; m. Hannah Vetch. 

73. Bethiah, b. May 23, 1705 ; m. Henry Bliss, No. 144 of 

Bliss Genealogy. 

74. Mehitable, b. Jan. 31, 1707; m. Nathaniel Bliss, No. 145 

of Bliss Genealogy, Sept. 4, 1723. 

75. *Hannah, b. Feb. 3, 1709; m. John Thomas. 

76. *DoROTHY, b. Mar. 17, 171 1; m. Samuel Throop. 

77. *Thomas, b. Mar. 28, 1713; m. Sarah West. 

78. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 9, 1715; bap. May 22. 

79. Abraham, b. Feb. 7, 1717; res. Mansfield, Conn.; com- 

missioned by Governor Fitch, of Connecticut, 
as captain of a train band in the Fifth Regi- 
ment of the Colony, May 31, 1762. 

80. *Samuel, b. Nov. 5, 1718; m. . 

81. Sarah, b. May 13, 1723. 

(31.) Hannah Spofford and Isaac Adams. 

She died in 1775, leaving a son. 

CHILD. 

82. Isaac, b. 1713 ; representative of the town of Boxford, Mass., 

1783-86, 1788; d. 1797. 

(33.) Samuel Spofford and Sarah Stickney. 

Married June 17, 171 7; lived in Boxford, Mass.; taxed there in 1714. She 
died Sept. 26, 1758. 



44 PARENTS THIRD GEXERATIOX, CHILDREN FOURTH. 

CHILDREN. 

83. Bethiah, b. Aug. 6, 17 19: blind many years: remembered 

by the author of this work. 

84. Sarah, b. 172 1 : bap. Jan. 15. 

85. *Samuel, b. Oct. I, 1722 ; m. Mary Poor; lived in Boxford. 

86. * Thomas, b. June 10. 1726: m. Roxbee Moody. 

87. *Amos, b. Aug. 9, 1729; m. Abigail Pearl. 

(35.) Mahitable Spofford and Nathaniel Harriman. 

Married Sept. 25, 1720. 



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89 

90 

91 
92 



CHILDREN. 

Abigail, b. Oct. 8, 172 1. 
Nathaniel, b. Mar. 22, 1722. 
Mahitable, b. Mar. 10. 1727. 
Samuel, b. May 23, 1732. 
Margaret, b. Feb. 23. 1734. 



(37.) Elizabeth Spofford and Ben.jamin Stickney. 

Published Jan. 25, 1730-31; he died March 12, 1756; Elizabeth, his wife, Jan. 
10, 1789. 

children (born in rowlev). 

93. Elizabeth, b. May 25, 1733 : d. Aug., 1736. 

94. Benjamin, bap. Mar. 6, 1736-37; d. Oct., 1736. 

95. Thomas, bap. Feb. 25, 173S-39; died an infant. 

96. Benjamin, b. Mar. 5, 1739-40; m. Sarah Metcalf ; 2d, 

Elizabeth Stickney. 

97. Thomas, b. Feb. 18, 1740-41 ; d. Sept. 25, 1758. 

98. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 18, 1741-42: d. Sept. 18, 1758. 

99. *Sarah, b. July 16, 1743: m. Jedediah Stickney. 
100. Amos, b. May 16, 1746: m. Lucy Searle. 



PARENTS FOURTH GENERATION, CHILDREN FIFl^H. 



45 



parents 5^"^^^^*^^"! (Bonoration, (IbiI^rc^ ^^t^^?- 



(41.) Francis Spofford and Priscilla "Walcott. 

Married May 2S, 1722; settled in Windham, Conn. 

The father of this family died Aug. 15, 1785, aged 83; he was the first of 
the name in the vicinity. His descendants have long preserved a chest which 
was pierced by bullets as he fled from the Indians to some fort or garrison, car- 
rying it upon his back. On the records of the church in Bradford is the fol- 
lowing entry: " nth 3d month, 1702. John Spofford and his wife, Dorcas, were 
accepted as children of the church, and had their son baptized, named Francis.'' 



CHILDREN. 

b. Jan. 3, 1723 ; m. Abigail Bibbins. 

b. Aug. 4, 1725 ; m. Huldah Flint. 

b. Oct. 27, 1727; m. Aaron Geer, 1758; set- 
tled in Mansfield, Conn. 
Mehitable, b. Dec. 10, 1729; d. Aug. 28, 1795. 

b. May 6, 1732 ; m. John Martin ; settled at 
Mansfield, Conn. 

b. Mar. 25, 1734; m. David Barrows; settled 
at Mansfield. 

b. July 25, 1736; m. Susanna Parish. 



lOI. 


* Moses, 


102. 


*ASA, 


103. 


Miriam, 


104. 


Mehita] 


105. 


Hannak 


io6. 


Lydia, 


107. 


*JOHN, 



(42.) Capt. John Spafford and Hannah Tyler. 

Built in 1727 and occupied for ten years the house on "the hill," in George- 
town, Mass., in which the author of this work was born, removing thence to a set- 
tlement on Connecticut River, known as No. 4, — now Charlestown, N. H., — 
where he erected the first saw-mill and corn-mill by contract \\ith a committee 
appointed by the proprietors. These were put in operation in 1744, but were 
burned April 19, 1746, by a party of Indians, who took Capt. Spafford, Lieut. 
Parker, and Stephen Farnsworth, prisoners, and carried them to Canada. Capt. 
Spafford returned Aug. 16, 1747, and petitioned the government of Massachu- 
setts for aid, — his house burned, his lands damaged, his family numerous. 
The mills were destroyed again, and rebuilt in 1757, and were resorted 'to by the 
new settlers as far north as Lancaster, one hundred and twenty-four miles. 



46 I'AKKXrs FOURTH GEXERATIdX, CHILDREN FIFTH. 

Names of persons who visited them are preserved, among them Capt. David Page,, 
first settler of Lancaster. A visit of Gen. Bailey is thus related : — 

" General Bailey, of Newbury town, 
To old No. 4, to mill came down; 
Good Captain Spafibrd — God rest his soul — 
Ground his grist, but would take no toll." 

Captain Spafibrd was a most useful citizen, one of the ten male members whcx 
formed Rev. Bulkley Olcutt's church; twice elected to office of selectman. 

CHILDREN. 

io8. Eunice, b. Sept. 15, 1729, "at Boxford, in the Bay- 

Province." 
109. *Bradstreet, b. Sept. 2, 1731, at Rowley, 
no. *Phebe, b. July i, 1733, at Rowley; m. John Grout.. 

111. *Peggy, b. June 30, 1735, at Rowley; m. Benj. Allen. 

112. Asa, b. Jan. 30, 1737; captured by Indians and 

carried to Canada, April 20, 1757 ; was ex- 
changed, and while in Quebec, on his way 
home, he was seized with small-pox, and 
died there. 

113. Mary, b. Sept. 20, 1739, also at Rowley. 

114. Abigail, b. Mar. 26, 1741. 

115. Relief,! b_ j^ne ^o, 1744; bap. at Rowley, Oct. 5^ 

1748; d. October, 1758. 

116. Harriet, b. Jan. 30, 1747, at Leominster, Mass. 

117. Job Tyler, b. Mar. 14, 1749; d. June 15, 1750. 

118. *Tyler, b. Apr. 28, 1752; m. Experience Crosby. 

(43.) Deacon Abner Spofford and Sarah Colman. 

Married Dec. 23, 1734; lived on "the hill," in Georgetown, Mass. He was a 
husbandman and millwright by occupation; chosen deacon of First Church, March 
4, 1755; commissioned captain of militia, by Governor William Shirley, Nov. 22,, 
1743; killed by a fall in his mill, Sept. 12, 1777. A special permit "that the 
solemnities of the funeral be attended on the Lord's day after the public exer- 
cises of the day are over," signed by John Gushing, justice of the peace, is pre- 
served by the writer. His will bears date March i, 1773, probated April 6, 1778, 
his son Eleazer executor. Inventory of estate, ^^1,230 i8.f. 2d. 

His widow, Sarah (Colman), a native of Byfield, Mass., married Jonathan 
Wood, of Boxford. 

• To the record of this baptism is appended the following note: " This daughter of Capt. John 
Spofford was born at a plantation on Connecticut river, called No. 4, from whence her father had 
been captured by the Indians, and is now in captivity in Canada. Its mother had been in great 
danger at No. 4, and considered it a great Relief to have escaped thither to her friends." (See 
records of First Church, Georgetown.) 



PARENTS FOURTH GENERATION, CHILDREN FIFTH. 47 

CHILDREN. 

119. *Rachel, b. Sept. 23, 1735; m. David Nelson. 

120. *Eleazer, b. Aug. 12, 1739; m. Mary Flint. 

121. *Sarah, b. Mar. 4, 1741 ; m. Dudley Tyler. 

122. *J()HN, b. Feb. 20, 1742 ; m. Susanna Dow. 

123. *HuLDAH, b. Nov. II, 1744; m. Moody Spofford, Esq. (130). 

124. Abram, b. Feb. 3, 174S; died young. 

125. *Phebe, b. Jan. 6, 1751 ; m. David Adams. 

126. *IsAAC, b. Apr. ID, 1752 ; m. Mary Ayer. 

127. *Jacob, b. Feb. 26, 1755; "''• Mary Tenney. 

(46.) Mary Spofford and Jacob Barker. 

CHILD. 

128. Elizabeth, b. May 18, 1740; m. Isaac Stickney. 

(47.) - Col. Daniel Spofford und Judith Follaxsbee. 

A daughter of Francis and Judith (Moody) Follansbee, of Newbury. Married 
1741; settled in Rowley, Mass., now Georgetown. He built and occupied for a 
long time the house owned by the late Sewall Spofford, near the " old farm." He 
was colonel of the Seventh Regiment of militia in Essex County, which marched 
to Cambridge, at the time of the Lexington fight, failing to arrive in season to 
talie part in the engagement; representative of the town, 1776; member of the 
convention which formed the constitution in 1780; and was elected deacon of 
the church in Georgetown in 1781. He built sevenfet churches, and his skill as an 
architect may be judged of by the way in which he effected the enlargement of 
the meeting-house formerly occupied by the Congregational Society in Peabody- 
The building was cut in two crosswise, the ends moved apart, making room for 
two rows of new pews. Upon the still greater increase of the society, his ser- 
vices were again required to enlarge their borders, which he did by dividing the 
building lengthwise, and making two rows of pews with a broad aisle through its 
whole length. In this meeting-house the writer remembers attending religious 
service about A. D. 1800. It was a large unpainted structure, with many windows 
of unequal size, and stood upon the site now occupied by the present Congrega- 
tional Church. 

Judith (F"ollansbee) Spofford having died Feb. 28, 1799, aged 59, Colonel 
Spofford married Mrs. Betsey Emery, daughter of Capt. James Smith, of West 
Newbury, who died May 11, 1784, aged 47. She was one of a family of ten 
children living to maturity, the young ladies being specially noted for beauty and 
grace. A third wife was the widow of Rev. David Jewett, whose maiden name 
was Phebe Thurston, she having four Jewett children, Phebe, Eunice, David, and 
John. Col. Spofford died April 26, 1803. 



48 I'ARKXTS FOURTH GENERATION, CHILDREN FIFTH. 



129 

130 
131 
132 
^33 
134 

135 
136 

^37 
138 



William, b. Mar. 

*MooDV, b. June 

*\VlLLIAM, b. Oct. 

*JuDiTH, b. Mar. 

*Amos, b. Sept, 
*Temperance, b. Oct. 

Abigail, b. Sept. 

Daniel, b. Jan. 

*Abigail, b.Jan. 

*Sarah, b. Feb. 



children. 

6, 1742 ; died an infant. 
24, 1744; m. Huldah Spofford (123), 

2, 1746: m. Sarah Spofford. 

8, 1749; m. Jeremiah Dodge. 
20, 1751; m. Irene Dole. 
17, 1755; m. Jeremiah Spofford (139). 

7,1759; d. Oct. 3, 1764. 

6, 1762 ; d, Nov. 2, 1764. 
24, 1765; m. David Tenney. 
II, 1768; m. Wm. Perley, of Boxford. 



(48.) Capt. Eliphalet Spofford and Lucy Peabody.^ 

Her birth is thus recorded in Boxford : " Lowecy Dafter of Nathan and Priscilla 
Peabody born Sept. 24, 1728." The marriage occurred Dec. 11, 1748, and they 
lived in the house on "the hill" in Georgetown, built in 1727 by the redoubtable 
Capt. John Spafford, who became one of the first settlers of Charlestown, N. H., — 
the house near the locality known in modern local nomenclature as T/ie Bush. The 
wife, Lucy Peabody, having died May 28, 1766, Capt. Spofford married Apphia 
Spofford, who, after his decease, married Deacon Asa Parker, of Andover, March 
I, 17S1, and was an excellent mother-in-law of two families. Capt. Spofford 
died of fever, Oct. 7, 1776, in the very beginning of the Revolutionary struggle; 
" scared to death," according to his son-in-law, Jonathan Hale, who was noted 
for grotesque conceits and erratic ways, as was Capt. Spofford for sterling char- 
acter and military faithfulness. His commission, signed by Governor Francis 
Bernard, was dated June 8, 1767. The inventory of his estate is given at ;f 1,550 
16.J. 2d. 



' Lucy Peabody was daughter of Deacon Nathan Peabody, of Bo.xford, who was a son of John 
Peabody, who was the son of Francis Peabody, of Topsfield; born at St. Albans, Hertfordshire, 
England, in 1614, and married Marj' Foster, daughter of Reginald Foster, of whom honorable 
mention is made by Scott, in " Marmion" and the " Lay of the Last Minstrel." The family came 
over in the ship " Planter," in 1635. The father, John, settled in Duxbury. Francis was an origi- 
nal settler of Hampton, to which place he went with Mr. Batchelder, from Lynn, in 1638. He 
was in Topsfield in 1659, ^"d was a large landholder in that town and in Boxford. 

Her mother was Priscilla Capen, daughter of Rev. Joseph Capen, forty years minister of Tops- 
field. Mrs. Capen was Priscilla, daughter of Capt. John Appleton, of Ipswich, whose wife, Pris- 
cilla, was daughter of Rev. Jose Glover, minister of Sutton, Surrey, England. He preached some 
time in London, but embarked with his family for America in 1638, with Stephen Day, a printing 
press, and three men servants, who were bound to work for Mr. Glover three years. He died on 
the passage, but Day set up the press, which is supposed to have been the first in North America. 
He had a daughter, Sarah, who married a son of Governor Winthrop, and two sons. He owned a 
house, garden, and three acres of land in Boston. His widow married President Dunster, of Har- 
vard College. 



139 
I40 

141 

142 

143 
144 

145 
146 



PARENTS FOURTH GENERATION, CHILDREN FIFTH. 49 

CHILDREN. 

*Jeremiah, b. Oct. 12, 1749 ; m. Temperance Spofford( 134). 
*Sarah, b. Sept. 21, 1 75 1 ; m. Capt. Benjamin Adams. 
*LucY, b. Sept. iS, 1753 ; m. Capt. Samuel Adams. 

Eliphalet, b. Mar. 12, 1756 ; d. Feb. 4, 1776. 

Priscilla, b. Mar. 30, 1758 ; d. April ig, 1759. 
*Lemuel, b. Sept. 21, 1760; m. Hannah Frazier. 
*Eunice, b. Aug., 1762 ; m, Jonathan Hale. 

Apphia, b. Feb. 28, 1765 ; m. Moses Wood, of Groveland; 
d. July 25, 1 82 1, childless. 



(49.) AViLLiAM Spofford and Abigail Peeley. 

Married Nov. i, 1750. She was of Boxford, received by the church there, and 
had four children baptized May 27, 1759. He died in the army during the French 
and Indian wars; served from May 3, 1754, to Sept. 15, 1754. His widow after- 
wards (Nov. 16, 1 761) married Jacob Hazen, from whom are descended the 
Hazens of Essex County, Mass. 

CHILDREN, 

147. Israel, bap. in Boxford, May 27, 1759. 
14S. Sarah, m. (probably) Ephraim Jewett, of Maine; had a 
daughter Abigail and other children. 

149. Abigail, m. Rufus Wheeler, and a second husband in Maine. 

The venerable author of this book remembered 
playing, when a child, with her daughter, ''little 
Sabra Wheeler." 

150. Olive, pub. to Jacob Stevens, of Bridgton, Me., Feb. 2, 

1782. 



(50.) Samuel Spafford and . 

Married about 1752; settled in that part of Lancaster which was set oft to 
Boylston, in 1780. He is said to have been killed in a clay-pit, 1756, aged 56. 
His widow married a Mr. Richardson, and had other children. 

children. 

151. *JoB, b. ^753; m. Esther Taylor. 

152. *Jacob, b. i754i m. Abigail Deane. 
^53- *JoHN, b. Oct. 19, 1756; m. Lucy Robbins. 

154. Lucy, b. 1758. 

155. * Samuel, b. 1762; m. Eunice Goddard. 



50 PARENTS FOURTH GENERATION, CHILDREN FIFTH. 

(51.) Dami) Spafford and Hannah Cheney. 

Married March 6, 1735. She died May 6, 1755. 



^5^ 

157 

159 
160 

161 



CHILDREN. 

*Abijah, b. Apr. 22, 1736; m. Mary Towne. 
*David, bap. July 23, 1738; m. Elizabeth Griffin. 

Mary, b. Sept. 14, 1740; m. Nathaniel Bailey. 

*Eliphalet, b. Feb. 4, 1744. 
*Eldad, b. Jan. 2,1745; m. Lucy Spalding. 

Jesse, bap. Feb. 11,1753. 



Second marriage, with Mary Bailey, of Bradford, May 26, 1756. He removed 
to Townsend, Mass., and died there. 

(52.) Nathaniel Spaffokd and Sarah Smith. 

Settled in Rowley, now Georgetown. 

CHILDREN. 

162. Apphia, b. Jan. 12,1734; m. Capt. Eliphalet Spof- 

ford (48) ; 2d, Deacon Asa Parker, of Andover. 

163. Jerusha, b. 1736; d. July 5, 1739. 

164. ^Jonathan, b. May 28, 1740; m. Dorcas Frost. 

165. *Jerusha, b. May 17, 1742 ; m, William McAlaster. 

166. Jacob, b. Jan. 24, 1744. 

167. Martha, b. Oct. 25, 1745. 

168. Nathaniel, bap. Aug. iS, 1751. 



(53.) John Spafford and Anna . 

Settled in Groton, Mass., presumably emigrating thither from Rowley (Cieorge- 
townj, Mass. 

A slight shadow of doubt rests on the identity of this John Spafford with the 
one of corresponding number on p. 42; but circumstances favor that theory so 
strongly, it has been adopted. 

CHILDREN. 

169. Silas, b. Oct. 28, 1743, in Groton, Mass. ; d. in Sun 

derland, Mass., July 2, 1756. 

170. John, b. Mar. 24, 1745, in Groton, Mass. 

171. Thomas, b. Apr. 20, 1747, in Groton, Mass.; had a guar- 

dian appointed, Dec. 3, 1761. 



PARENTS FOURTH GENERATION, CHILDREN FIFTH. 51 

372. Anna, b. Feb. 6, 1748 ; m. Monoah Bodman, of Sun- 

derland, Mass. 

173. *JoNATHAN, b. Apr. 26, 1751 ; m. Sanderson; 2d, 

Widow Esther Ruddock. 

174. Levi, b. Feb. 7, 1753, in Sunderland, Mass. 

175. Susannah, b. Mar. i, 1755, in Sunderland, Mass.; m. Capt. 

William Tryon, Deerfield, Mass. 

(55.) Abel Spofford unci Eleanor Poor. 

Settled in New Rowley, now Georgetown, Mass.; "yeoman." 

He was familiarly known as " Lieut. Abel"; built and occupied a house west 

of Bald Pate; died Sept. 10, 1785; inventory of estate, ;^i,255 gs. 3^/. 

She was from Indian Hill, Newbury; a woman of much ability and strongly 

marked characteristics. She died 1799. 

CHILDREN. 

176. *MosES, b. Apr. 6, 1747 ; m. Elizabeth Morse; 2d, Han- 

nah Kimball. 

177. Paul, b. Mar. 6, 1749 ; died young, of palsy. 

178. ^Joseph, ) m. Mary Chaplin. 

179. *Benjamin, ) m. Polly Adams ; 2d, Mrs. Wood. 

180. *Eleanor, b. Oct. 9, 1763 ; m. Captain Howe. 



(56.) Joseph Spafford and Sarah Eames. 

Married Sept. 3, 1745. He owned the covenant of the Second Church in Box- 
ford, Mass., May 11, 1746; removed to Weathersfield, Vt., when that place con- 
tained but three families. He died March 13, 1803. 

CHILDREN (born IN BOXFORD) . 

181. Hannah, bap. May 11, 1746; lived in New Hampshire. 

182. Mary, b. June 19, 1749 i bap. June 25; m. Colonel Rey- 

nolds, and lived in the vicinity of Fitchburg, 
Mass. 

Second marriage, with Mary Marble, \\'ho died June 25, 1801, aged 72 years. 
CHILDREN (born IN WEATHERSFIELD, VT.). 

183. *JOHN, b. Feb. 19, 1758; m. Miss Newton. 

184. *Sarah, b. June 25, 1761 ; m, Asa Grout. 

1 85. *JuDAH, b. Aug. 25, 1762 ; m. Elihu Grout. 
1S6. *JosEPH, b. Ai:r. 4, 1770; in. Rachel Wright. 



5- 



PAREXTS FOURTH GENERATION, CHILDREN FIFTH. 



(57.) Jacob Spafford and Smalley. 

Emigrated to Salisbury, Conn., where both died soon after the birth of their 
youngest child. 

CHILDREN. 

187. *Mercy, m. Barber; 2d, Hill. 

1S8. ^Jonathan, m. his cousin, Miss Smalley. 

189. Phebe, m. Major Abijah Pratt, of Rutland; d. 

about 182 1 ; her husband died Sept. 
3. 1834, aged 87. 

190. *David, m. Betsey Jewell. 

191. *JoHN, b. Aug. 31, 1752 ; m. Mary Baldwin. 

192. *Mary (or Polly), m. Solomon Stanton. 

193. *SoLOMON, married; settled in Canada. 

194. *JoB, m. Hannah Chipman. 

195. *Rebecca, b. 1757 ; m. Col. Orange Train. 

196. ^Temperance, m. Stannard. 

197. *Hannah, b. 1761-62; m. Samuel Chipman. 

(50.) Job Spafford and Mary Brocklebaxk. 

Married May 13, 1746; removed to Worcester County. 

CHILDREN. 

198. Hannah, bap. at Georgetown, Mass., Oct. 4, 1747. 

199. Samuel, b. in Lancaster, Mass., Jan. 5, 1763. 

There were probably other children. 

(GO.) Jonah Spafford and Dorcas Frost. 

Married Nov. 13, 1754; settled in Lunenburg, Mass. He died Nov. 17, 1755. 

CHILD. 

200. Hannah, b. Jan. 11, 1756. 

(<)1.) Moses Spafford and . 

He was one of the pioneer settlers of Claremont, N. H. Though the bride's 
name is unknown, the following story of the marriage ceremony will be of interest : 

" Rev. Bulkley Olcott was established in Charlestown, N. H., before the settle- 
ment of the townships on the north and west, and he was of.en called to attend 



PARENTS FOURTH GENERATION, CHILDREN FHTH. 53 

weddings and funerals at a great distance. In such cases guides were sent to con- 
duct him to the places and return with him, as there were no roads, and he would 
be in danger of being lost in the intricacies of the forest. There is a tradition that 
he was thus conducted to solemnize the first marriage in Claremont. 

"Moses Spafford had built a log-house, and brought to it his intended. It was 
a very rude structure, with a stationary pine table and no furniture but such as 
Moses had made, and the utensils for housekeeping were not many or elegant, 
yet with the superadded idea that Moses was to be her constant companion, all 
was pronounced very good, and Moses went to Charlestown to bring up Mr. 
Olcott to perform the marriage service. When about starting, the lady reminded 
him that they had nothing to drink in the house, and that as Mr. Olcott might be 
faint on his arrival, it might be well to take a bottle and get z. pint at Charlestown. 
This was done, and Mr. Olcott on his arrival was treated to a generous glass of 
black-strap. He then solemnized the marriage, and after refreshments, was recon- 
ducted to his home. The earliest issue of this marriage was the first white child 
born in Claremont, to which the parents gave the good old name of Elijah." — 
Smmderson's History of Charlestoiuti, No. 4. 

CHILDREN. 

201. *Elijah, b. 1763; m. Caroline Shuman. 

202. *Amherst, m. Hannah Emerson. 

203. *Eliphalet, m. Randall. 

204. Eunice, | One of these daughters married a Mr. Tarbell, 

205. Dolly, J and had sons, Moses S., Joseph S., and others. 

(62.) Jemima Spafford and Capt. Richard Peabody. 

Resided Boxford, Mass., in the house now the summer residence of William A. 
Herrick. He died Jvme 7, 1820, at the age of 89, having been a zealous patriot 
in the Revolution. He commanded a company, and sent his sons into the army 
as soon as they were old enough for military service. Mrs. Peabody died Dec. 19, 
1811. 

CHILDREN. 

206. Hannah, b, Feb. 18, 1758 ;d. Dec. 17, 1832. 

207. Hephzibah, b. Apr. 13, 1759. 

208. *Stephen, b. Aug. 27, 1760; m. Anna Killam. 

209. *JoHN, b. July 24, 1762 ; m. Mary Tyler. 

210. *RiCHARD, b. Apr. 16, 1764; m. Dolly Kimball. 

211. *Oliver, b. Mar. 6, 1766; m. Peggy Stickney. 

212. *William, b. Jan. 10, 1768 ; m. Sally Bean. 

213. *Priscilla, b. Feb. i, 1770; m. Thomas Townsend ; 2d, 

James Robinson, of Exeter, N. H. 

214. *Francis, b. June 7, 1771 ; m. Fanny Stickney, 

5 



54 PARENTS FOURTH GENERATION, CHILDREN FIFTH. 

215. Samuel, b. Sept. 15, 1772 ; died in infancy. 

216. *S.'VMUEL, b. Jan. 30, 1775; m. Abigail ^^'ood. 

217. *JoSEPH S., b. Jan. 30, 1779; m. Hannah Foster. 



(72.) Amos Spafard and Hannah Vetch. 

Married Jan. 24, 1733 (old style). He was commissioned, 1747, as captain of 
a troop of horse, in the Twelfth Regiment of the Colony of Connecticut. (See 
Colonial Records, 1744-50, p. 321.) 

CHILDREN. 

218. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 20, 1734; d. Ajor. 18, 1752. 

219. Sarah, b. Jan. 13, 1736. 

220. Mary, b. Apr. 3, 1738, 

221. *Andrew, b. Mar. 22, 1743; ni. Molly Chamberlin. 

(75.) Hannah Spafard and Joiix Thomas. 

Married about 1733. 

CHILDREN. 

222. John, b. Oct. 6, 1734. 

223. Peleg, b. Feb. 1, 1736. 

224. James, b. July 22, 1737. 

225. Deborah, b. Apr. 7, 1739. 

226. William, b. Mar. 30, 1741. 

227. Hannah, b. June i, 1743. 

228. Elihu, b. Apr. 20, 1745. 

229. Malachi, b. Jan. 30, 1747. 

(70.) Dorothy Spafard and Samuel Throop. 

Married about 1726. 

children. 

230. Samuel. | 231. Mary, b. Jan. 23, 1727. 

(77.) Thomas Spafard and Sarah West. 

Married Nov. 27, 1735; resided in Lebanon, ^Yindham Ci)unty, Conn., from 
which place he must have removed to Sharon, Conn., as he is spoken of in Sedg- 
wick's history of that town as one of the original purchasers in 1738. The town 
was divided into fifty-three shares, he drawing the thirteenth lot, which, being dis- 
satisfied therewith, he threw into the common stock, and took a house-lot a half- 
mile west of the meeting-house, land formerly owned by Deacon William M. Smitji. 
He is said in Colonial Records of Connecticut, 1726-35, to have obtained judg- 
ment against Charles Hazelton, of New London, for ^^500 and costs, about 1732. 
He died in 1752. None of his descendants remain in Sharon. 



PARENTS FOURTH GENERATION, CHILDREN FIFITI. 55 



CHILDREN. 



232. Delight, b. Sept. 5, 1736; m. Caleb Gifford. 

233. *Nathan, b. Jan. 31, 1744; m. Anna Cole. 

(80.) Samuel Spofford and . 



He is spoken of in Colonial Records 0/ Coniiectictif, 1751-57, p. 173, as admin- 
istrator of the estate of Thomas Spofford, late of Sharon (probably his brother), 

i" 1753- 

Mrs. Spofford, Avhose maiden name is unknoA\n, after the decease of her hus- 
band, in 1762, married Rev. Mr. Hawley, of Suffield, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

234. *Amos, married ; lived in Ohio. 

235. *Chloe, m. Apr. 14, 1778, Elisha Wright. 



(85.) Samuel Spofford and Mary Poor. 

Married November, 1752; settled in West Boxford, on the farm next but one 
south of the Thwing place. She was from Ne\\'bury. They were admitted to 
Second Church in Boxford, Sept. 18, 1763. She died March 14, 1799, aged 72 or 
73 years. 

CHILDREN. 

236. ^Stephen, b. Mar. 31, 1754; m. Mary Chadwick. 

237. *Parker, b. Sept. 14, 1755 ; m. Mary Wood. 

238. Samuel, } b. Apr. 16, 1759. Samuel died in Boxford, 

239. Molly, j Feb. 12, 1846, unm. 
Two other children died in infancy. 

(86.) Thomas Spofford and Roxbee Moody. 

Married Dec. 5, 1750; settled in Andover, where she was admitted to First 
Church, Dec. 3, 1758. 

CHILDREN. 

240. Sarah, b. Sept. 23, 1751 ; pub. .to Ephraim Jewett, of 

Ipswich, May 18, 177 1. 

241. *Phineas, b. May i, 1753; m. Sarah Chadwick. 

242. *MoODY, bap. Apr. 20, 1755; m. Dolly Farnham. 

243. *Samuel, bap. May 8, 1757 ; m. Lydia Peaslee. 

244. *Isaac, b. May 11, 1763; m. Mehitable Wood. 

245. Martha, b. 1764; m. Joshua Johnson. 

246. *Thomas, m. Esther Pearl. 



56 PARENTS FOURTH GENERATION, CHILDREN FIFTH. 



(87.) Amos Spofford and Abigail Pearl. 

Married March 7, 1754; admitted to Second Church, Boxford, Mass., June 27, 
1756; hv^d in the first house south of the Thwing farm, in West Boxford. 

CHILDREN. 

A SON, died in infancy, Jan. 14, 1755. 

Sept. 3, 1756; m. Peggy Cole. 

Mar. 21, 1758; m. Annie Myrick ; 2d, Hul- 

dah Boynton. 

Dec, 1759; iTi- Capt. Moses Carlton. 

Mar. 10, 1762. 

July 14, 1764; ni. Deborah Robinson, 

Feb. 18, 1766; m. Phebe Peters. 

m. Elizabeth Foster, 
bap. May 10, 1772 ; d. Aug. 12, 1775. 



247. 


^JJENJAMIN 


, b. 


248. 


*Amos, 


b. 


249. 


*Sarah, 


b. 


250. 


Richard, 


b. 


251. 


*Samuel, 


b. 


252. 


*Daniel, 


b. 


253- 


*Thomas, 




254- 


Isaac, 


ba 



(99.) Sarah Stickney and Jedediaii Stickney. 

Married Feb. 2, 1768. 

children. * 

255. Dudley, b. in Rowley, May 11, 1774; m. Elizabeth Davis,. 
Mar. 2, 1797. 
Thomas, Solomon, and several other children. 

Note. — A son of Dudley Stickney, Matthew A. Stickney, was liorn in Rowley,. 
Sept. 23, 1805; married Mary E. Smith, April 17, 1833; Lucy Waters, Dec. 25, 
1838. Residence, Salem, Mass.; author of a genealogy of the Stickney family,, 
from the pages of which we have his pedigree, from Elizabeth Spofford (No. 37), 
daughter of Samuel Spofford and Sarah Birkbee. 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



57 



parents ^iftb (5eneration, Cbtl^ren Sirtl^. 



(101.) Moses Spafforb and Abigail Bibbins. 

Both of Windham, Conn. Married May 24, 1743. He died March 9, 1825, 
aged 86. She was a daughter of Arthur Bibbins, Jr. 



256 
257 

259 
260 

261 

262 

263 

264 



CHILDREN. 

*WiLLiAM, m, Lydia Brown ; settled in Troy, N. Y. 

*Jesse, m. Wealthy Davidson, of Lebanon. 

Harry, died, aged 4 years. 

*Selinda, m. John Moulton ; living in 1850, aged 86. 

Cynthia, m. Eleazer Calkins; living 1850, aged 84. 

Louisa, d. Feb. 11, 18 13, unm., aged 44. 

Polly, d. July 31, 183 1, unm. 

Tryphina, d. 1847, aged 74, in Troy, N. Y. 

^Sally, ni. Uriah Miller, Troy, N. Y. 



(102.) Asa Spafford and Hulda Flint. 



Married Dec. 16, 1746; settled in Windham, Conn. He died March 12, 1808, 
aged 83. 

children. 



265. 
266. 



268 
269 

270 
271 

272 

273 
274 



Hulda, 
Darius, 



267. Lucy, 



b. Jan., 1747 ; d. Aug, 29, 1806. 

b. Jan. 4, 1749; killed in the battle of Wyo- 
ming, July 3, 1778. (See monument at or 
near Wilkesbarre, Pa.) 
b. Aug. 21, 1751; m. Thomas Snow, Windham, 

Conn, 
b. Nov. II, 1754; m. Miss French, 
b. Dec. 16, 1756; m. Sarah Hebard. 
b. Mar. 25, 1759; m. Phebe Jennings, 
b. July 7, 1761 ; d. Mar. 7, 1781. 
Eliphalet, b. July 16, 1763; m. Betsey Buck. 
Gamaliel, b. Nov. 22, 1766. 
Vine, b. July 5, 1769 ; died in Montreal. 



*Elijah, 

*Phineas, 
*Jehiel, 
Eliphaz, 



58 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



(107.) John Spafford and Susannah Parish. 

Both of Windham. He died Jan. 19, 1812, aged 77. 

CHILDREN. 

275. Oliver, b. Aug. 17, 1762; m. Miss Williams. 

276. Lecta, b. Mar. 20, 1764; d. November, 1793. 

277. Abel, b. July 31, 1766; m. Lois Spencer; settled in 

Pennsylvania. 

278. Lydia, b. June 6, 1763; m. Lemuel Church. 

279. Amelia. 

280. Olive. 

281. Hannah, m. Roswell Bingham. 

282. MiNA, b. Mar. 9, 1770. 



(109.) Bradstreet Spafford and Mary Page. 

Married Oct. 16, 1752. She was of Lunenburg, Mass.; settled in Charles- 
town, N. H., where he rebuilt the mills in which his father, Capt. John Spafford^ 
and his brother, were captured by Indians, in 1746. He was a member of Capt. 
Phineas Stevens's company for the defence of the frontier, in 1750, and was first 
lieutenant in Capt. Abel Walker's company. No. i, in Col. Bellows's regiment, 
in 1777. Removed from Charlestown to Piermont, N. H., and in 1783 he and his 
sons Nathan and Asa began the settlement of Fairfax, Vt. He was moderator of 
the first town meeting, and the first selectman elected in the town, also a justice 
of the peace. He died in Fairfax, and was interred there, but his grave is unmarked 
by a head-stone; and it is said that none of the family were living in 1850. 



283. 


Prudence, 


284. 


John, 


285. 


Eunice, 


286. 


*Asa, 


287. 


*Nathan, 


288. 


Phineas, . 


289. 


Mary, 


290. 


Damaris, 


291. 


Eunice. 


292. 


Sheloma, 


293- 


*Bradstree 



res. at Cambridge, Vt. 



b^> 



children. 

b. June 26, 1753. 

b. Mar. 12, 1755: 

b. Aug. 10, 1757. 

b. June 2, 1759. 

b. May 25, 1761 ; m. Hannah Barnett. 

b. June 12, 1763; d. Oct. 11, 1765. 

b. Nov. 6, 1765. 

b. Dec. 5, 1767. 

b. Dec. 26, 1769; d. Jan. 6, 1770. 

b. Jan. I, 1772. 

b. Oct. 5, 1773 ; m. Patience Mann. 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 59 



(110.) Phebe Spafford and John Grout, Jr. 

Married Oct. 22, 1750, in Lunenburg, Mass., he being the third of thirteen 
children of John and Joanna (Boynton) Grout; afterward removed to Charles- 
town, N. H., where were born their first seven children. 







children. 




294. 


Phebe, 




b. 


Mar. 21, 1751. 




295- 


Elijah, 




b. 


June 26, 1753. 




296. 


Susannah, 




b. 


Dec. 12, 1754. 




297. 


Endymia, 




b. 


Dec. 23, 1756; 


d. Oct. 24, 1759 


298. 


Theodore, 




b. 


Aug. 23, 1759; 


died young. 


299. 


Endymia, 




b. 


Aug. 5,1761. 




300. 


John Butler, 




b. 


Apr. 28,1763. 




301. 


Ferdinand, 




bap. May 5, 1765. 




302. 


Theodore, 




bap 


Feb. I, 1767. 




303- 


Frederica, 




b. 


Dec. I, 1768. 




304- 


Margaret Bradstreet 


b. 


Apr. 10, 1771. 





(111.) Peggy Spafford and Benjamin Allen. 

Married Nov. 6, 1751, "she being sweet sixteen," as saith an old record. 

children. 

305. Eunice, b. Aug. 4, 1753; m. Rogers, of Orford. 

306. Olive, b. Jan. 5, 1755; m. Simeon Church. 

307. Lucy, b. Mar. 28, 1758; m. Walter Geer. 

308. Asa Spafford, b. Nov. 22, 1762; m. Polly Furgerson. 

309. Nathan, b. May 4, 1768; m. Deborah Farwell. 

310. Prudence, b. May 14, 1769; m. Isaac Farwell. 

311. BENjAiNiiN, b. June i, 1770; m. Beulah Temple. 

312. Abigail, b. Feb. 8, 1774; m. Jesse Farwell. 

313. Caleb, b. Apr. ir, 1776; soldier in the War of 1812. 

314. Fanny, b. May 3, 1779; m. Joseph Burt, of Wind- 

sor, Vt. ; died in New York State, at the 
age of 90, 

(118.) Tyler Spafford and Experience Crosby. 

He was a soldier in the patriot army during the entire Revolutionary War; 
settled in Windsor, Vt.; removed to Fairfax, Vt., in 1795, thence to Lennoxville, 
Canada, in 1799. He died 1844, aged 90. She died, also at Lennoxville, in 1812, 
aged 64. 



6o PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



CHILDREN. 

315. *DuDLEY, b. 1780; m., about 1810, Betsey Griffin; 2d, 

Rachel Sutherland ; 3d, Mrs. Lydia (Eaton) 
Gilman, about 1847. 

b. 1778 ; m. Henry Parker, who died 1813. 

b. 1783 ; m. John Pierce Robinson. 

b. 1785 ; m. Agnes Griffin. 

b. 1790 ; d. 1807. 



316. 

317- 
318. 

319- 

320. 



*Relief, 
*Hadassah, 

*SlDNEy, 

Phebe, 
*Tyler, 



b. 1792 ; m. Aug. 7, 1814, Mary Hopkinson. 



(119.) Rachel Spofford and David Nelson. 

Of Byfield. Married April i, 1755. He died Sept. 8, 1807, aged 82; his wife, 
Rachel, Nov. 9, 181 3. 



321 
322 

324 

325 
326 



CHILDREN. 



Mary, b. Jan. 23, 1757 ; m. 



Prime. 



Rachel, b. Jan. 15, 1759; d. June 30, 1814. 
*David, b. Apr. 22, 1761 ; m. Eunice Searle. 
Sally. 
Phebe. 
Jacob, b. July 7, 1773. 



(120.) Deacon Eleazer Spofford and Mary Flint. 

Married Jan. 4, 1765. She was of Danvers, Mass., a daughter of Elisha and 
Mirriam (Putnam) Flint. He built the house in Georgetown long occupied by 
Jerome Spofibrd, and on his removal to Jaffrey, N. H., sold the place to Dr. Amos 
Spofford. The deed, dated April 20, 1778, is still preserved by Miss Marietta Spof- 
ford, of Georgetown. A family tradition relates that the money for the purchase of 
the Jaffrey property was quilted into the skirt of his eldest daughter, who made the 
journey on horseback. He built a valuable set of mills on the Contoocook River, 
at the site of the present factories in East Jaffrey; was an ingenious mechanic, 
an upright, godly man, and a good citizen, being especially interested in the con- 
struction of turnpike roads, the great pul)lic improvement of that day. He was 
for many years a deacon of the First Church in Jaffrey ; a leader of the service of 
song, being noted for musical taste and ability. Late in life they removed to East 
Bradford, Mass. (now Groveland), where he died in 1828. She returned to Jaffrey, 
and died Oct. 28, 1832, aged 92. She was very skilful in fancy needle-work. 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



61 



.327- 
328. 

329- 
330- 
33^- 
332- 
333- 

334- 
335- 
33^- 



*POLLY, 

Moses, 
*Abram, 
*Rhoda, 

*MlRRIAM, 

*Abner, 
Isaac, 



b, 
b, 
b 
b, 
b, 
b. 
b. 



*SOPHIA, b. 

*LUKE, b. 

*Mary Ayer, b. 



CHILDREN. 

Oct. 2 1, 1765 ; m. David Cutter. 

Jan. 14, 1768 ; died, aged 21. 

Aug. 10, 1770 ; m. Sally Spalding, of Jaffrey. 

Aug. 7, 1772 ; m. Moses Perkins, of Jaffrey. 

Jan. 6, 1775 ; m. Isaac Morse. 

Jan. 5, 1778 ; m. Betsey Leach, of Jaffrey. 

Apr. 22, 1780; burnt in the house of Rev, 

Laban Ainsworth. 

Jan. 7, 1783 ; m. Samuel Foster. 

Nov., 1785 ; m. Grata Rand, of Rindge. 

Sept. 29, 1789 ; m. Jeremiah Spofford (422). 



(121.) Sarah Spofford and Dudley Tyler. 

Dudley Tyler served as a lieutenant during the entire War of the Revolution^ 
but is said to have failed to receive a pension by leaving the camp at White 
.Plains previous to the formalities of a discharge, though his duties as a soldier 
were at an end. 

CHILDREN. 



337. John. 



338. Phebe. 



(122.) John Spofford and Susanna Dow. 

Of Salem, N. H.; removed to Whitestovvn, N. Y. 



339 
340 
341 

342 
343 
344 
345 



children, 

Betsey, died young. 

*Thomas, b. May 24, 1773 ; m. Beulah Ransom. 

*Sarah, m. Dr. Arnold. . 

*Isaac, m. Huldah Jenks ; settled in Oswego Co., N. Y. 

*Abram, b. 1782 ; m. Betsey Brooks, of Jaffrey, N. H. 

*John D., m. Delilah Utter. 

*SusAN H., b. May 5, 1792 ; m. Lemuel Haskell. 



(125.) Phebe Spofford and David Adams. 

He was a son of Isaac and Mercy (Wood) Adams; born in Boxford, Mass.; 
•'married March 5, 1773; settled in Rindge, N. H., where Mrs. Adams died Feb. 17, 
1822; her husband, also in Rindge, Nov. 17, 1832. 



62 PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 

CHILDREN. 

346. Sally, b. Aug. 18, 1774; d. Aug. 11, 1850, single. 

347. Isaac, b. Jan. 8, 1776; d. Jan, ig, 1776. 

348. - Phebe, b. Feb. 21, 1777 ; m. Harry Hale; d. Jan. 17, 1815,. 

in Windsor, Vt. 

349. Mercy, b. Mar. 24, 1779 ; m. James Stevens, of Jaffrey, 

N. H. ; d. Feb. 9, i860. 

350. *David, b. Oct. 12, 1780; m. Silence Sawin. 

351. Moo])Y, b. Mar. 25, 1784; m. Betsey Bachelder ; res. New 

Ipswich, N. H. 

352. Isaac, j ^_ ^^^ ^^^ ^^gg . ( d. July 18, 1788. 

353. *Naomi, j (in. Isaac Sponord (376). 

354. John S., b. May 8, 1791 ; d. Feb. 18, 1852. 

355. *Isaac, b. Aug. 18, 1793; m. Sophia Spofford (364); 2d, 

Sophia J. Searle. 

(126.) Dr. Isaac Spofford and Mary Ayer. 

Of Haverhill. He was a student with Dr. Brickett, Sr., of Haverhill; a sur- 
geon in the Revolution; settled in Wenham, and Beverly, Mass. He must have 
married a second wife, as after his death (1786) letters of administration were 
granted to " Widow Ruth Spofford." She died 1 790. 

CHILD. 

356. Sophia, bap. at Georgetown, Jan. 21, 1776; m. James Ela, 

of Hartford, Vt. 

(127.) Jacob Spofford and Mary Tenney. 

Of Bradford. He was an ingenious mechanic, and was with Timothy Palmer, 
of Newburyport (the celebrated architect who first bridged the Merrimack), in 
the construction of the first bridge over the Potomac, at Washington, and inventor 
of a circular-saw mill. Settled at Ipswich, and died May 12, 181 2; his wife at 
Georgetown, February, 1802, aged 46. 

CHILDREN. 

b. Oct. 13, 1778; m. Jeremiah Kimball. 

b. Oct. 27, 1779; m. John Parker; 2d, Dan- 
iel M. Spofford (271). 

b. Aug. 18, 1781 ; m. William J. Poor. 

b. July 30, 1783 ; m. Parker Spofford (258). 

b. May 28, 1788; m. Betsey N. Cobb. 

b. Jan. 13, 1789 ; m. Joseph Noyes ; 2d, The- 
odore Parker, of Groveland. 



357- 


*Mary, 


358. 


*Hannah, 


359- 


*Sarah, 


360. 


*Huldah, 


361. 


*Chandler, 


362. 


*Elizabeth, 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 63 

363. Anstice, b. Jan. 23, 1791 j d. April, 1796. 

364. ^Sophia, b. Nov. 12, 1793 ; m. Isaac Adams (355). 

365. *JoHN T., b. Sept. 18, 1795 ; m. Elizabeth Coburn. 

366. *Anstice, b. Dec. 3, 1798; m. Leonard Carleton. 

367. *Uriah Gage, b. Dec. 13, 1800 ; m. Mary Perkins. 



(130.) Moody Spofford and Huldah Spofford. 

Married Oct. 16, 1766; settled in Georgetown; deacon of the First Church; 
many years justice of the peace; representative, 1801-4, 1808-9; architect of 
Windsor, Vt., Andover, Haverhill, and Rocks bridges, and of churches in Andover 
and Groveland, and others; lieutenant during the Revolutionary War; died Dec. 
23, 1828, aged 84; Huldah, his wife, Nov. 18, 1805. 

CHILDREN. 

368. *JuDiTH, b. July 23, 1767; m. David Tenney. 

369. Huldah, b. Nov. 7, 1768; died an infant. 

370. *Dan[EL, b. May 23, 1770; m. Polly Nelson. 

371. *Phebe, b. Feb. 17, 1772; m. Henry Dole, of Byfield. 

372. Huldah, b. Jan. 4, 1774; died young. 

373. *Moody, b. Mar. 30, 1776; m. Betsey Spofford (398). 

374. Naomi, b. Jan. 22, 1778; d. Oct. 11, 1825. 

375. Abram, b. Jan. 12, 1780; died young. 

376. *IsAAC, b. Dec. 5, 1781 ; ni. Naomi Adams (353). 

377. *Eliphalet, b. Jan. 15, 1785; m. Sarah Palmer. 

378. Sarah, b. June 12, 1788; d. May 10, 1814. 

379. *Pamela, b. Sept. 29, 1790; m. Nathan Carleton. 

Though ten of the members of this family lived to adult years, all were deceased 
previous to 1850, though the eldest would then have been but 83 years of age, and 
the youngest 60. The father married a second wife, Mrs. Mirriam (Flint) 
Putnam, June 3, 181 6; she died 1830. 

(131.) William Spofford and Sarah Spofford. 

Of Andover. He was a farmer and miller; settled in Georgetown. 

CHILDREN. 

380. *William, b. Feb. 20, 1775; m. Eunice Lincoln. 

381. *Martha, b. July 5, 1777 ; m. Capt. Eliphalet Chaplin, 

382. *Parker, b. Nov. 13, 1780; m. Huldah Spofford (360). 

383. *Daniel, b. Apr. 13, 1786; m. Hannah Hardy. 

384. *Sarah, b. June 25, 1790J m, Robert Harvey, 

385. *Roxbee, b. Nov. 3, 1794; m. Preston Lincoln. 



64 PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 

(132.) Judith Spofford and Jeremiah Dodge. 

Settled at Rowley; removed to Thetford, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

386. *JuDiTH, b. Ji-ily 25, 1770 ; m. Thomas Peabody. 

387. *Temperance, b. Apr. 4, 1772 ; m. Dr. Jeremiah Jewett. 

388. Abigail, b. Sept 12, 1774; d. Dec, 1799. 

389. *Eliphalet S,, b. Nov. 2, 1776; m. Mary Cox. 

390. Jeremiah, b. Feb. 19, 1779; d. Feb. 9, 1803. 

391. Daniel S., b. Jan. 30, 1782 ; supposed to have been lost 

at sea. 

392. SoPHRONiA, b. Apr. 4, 1788; m. Joel Phelps; d. Jan. 25, 

1811. 

393. Sarah P., b. July i, 1791 ; m. Dr. Asher Rogers; set- 

tled in Canada. 

(133.) Dr. Amos Spofford and Irene Dole. 

He was in extensive practice as a physician in Georgetown from 1771 to 1805, 
and one of the original members of the Massachusetts Medical vSociety; a large 
farmer, very widely known and highly respected. She was a daughter of Capt. 
Moses Dole and Ruth Peabody, who was a daughter of Deacon Nathan Peabody, 
of Boxford. See note, p. 48, concerning Peabody and Glover families. Dr. Spof- 
ford, the father of this family, died Dec. 20, 1805, his will being probated Jan. 7, 
1806, the inventory of his estate being given at $15,840.43. 



394 
395 
396 
397 
398 

399 
400 

401 
402 
403 
404 



children. 

*MoSES D., b. Dec. 9, 1773 ; m. Irene Mighill. 
*Daniel M., b. Feb. 19, 1775 ; m. Mrs. Parker (358). 

Irene, b. Mar. 2, 1777 ; d. 1849, unmarried. 

Peabody, b. July 22, 1780; d. Sept. 10, 1826. 
*Betsey, b. Nov. 26, 1782 ; m. Moody Spofford (373). 

Judith F., b. July 6, 1785 ; d. Sept. 20, t866. 
*Richard S., b. May 24, 1787 ; m. Francis Maria Lord. 

Amos, b. Aug. 8, 1789; d. May 5, 1821, unmarried. 

*Sewall, b. Mar. 16, 1792 ; m. Elizabeth Nelson. 
*Mighill, b. June 13, 1794; m. Mehitable Dole. 
*George, b. July 9, 1797 ; m. Clarissa Thurston. 



(134.) Te.mperance Spofford and Jeremiah Spofford. 

For family, sec Jeremiah Spofford (139). 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 65 

(137.) Abigail Spofford and David Tenney. 

Settled in New Rowley, now Georgetown, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

405. Sally S., b. Apr, 5, 1787 ; m. Valkert O. Dickey. 

406. *David Barnard, b. July 14, 1789; m. Hannah Little. 

Mrs. Abigail (Spofford) Tenney having died about 1790, her husband, after 
many years, married Mary Saunders. He died Aug. 16, 1830. 

(138.) Sarah Spofford and William Perley. 

Publishment recorded Jan. i, 1789; settled in Georgetown; removed to Haver- 
hill, Mass., where she died P'eb. 6, 1849, at the house of her daughter, Mrs. 
Whittier, with whom she had many years resided. 



407 
408 
409 
410 
411 
412 

413 
414 



CHILDREN, 

William, b. 1792 ; d. Oct. 18, 1822. 

Humphrey C, b. 1796; d. June 2, 1820. 

Sarah, b, 1798; d. Nov. 19, 1820. 

*Daniel, b. 180 1 ; m, Sarah Whittier, 

*Amos, b. 1803 ; m, Mary Rogers. 

*Mary Ann, b. Dec, 1806; m. Leonard Whittier. 

*Elvira, b. Apr., 1808; m, Moses K. Tyler, 

Francis, b. Apr., 1811; d. 1834, 



(139.') Jeremiah Spofford and Temperance Spofford. 

Married Feb. 13, 1777; settled in New Rowley, now Georgetown; farmer and 
millwright. At the alarm of Lexington, Jeremiah Spofford, the father of this 
family, was at work upon a mill in Byfield. He hastened home, and equipping 
himself, left on foot in jjursuit of the company in command of his father, Capt. 
Eliphalet Spofford. He overtook them at Topsfield, and with them joined the 
army at Cambridge. He removed to Hampstead, N. H., in 181 5, and to Grove- 
land in 1817. He died in 1827; his wife in 1842; and the graves of both are ia 
Groveland Cemetery. 

CHILDREN, 

415. Temperance, b, Nov, 2, 1777; d. July 2, 1858. 

416. Eliphalet, b. May 15, 1779; d. May 23, 1779. 

417. *Lucy, b. Apr, 23, 1780; m, A. J. Tenney. 

418. Eliphalet, b, Jan. 16, 1782 ; d, Jan. 29, 1782.. 



419 


Sarah, 


b. 


Mar. 


13, 


1783; 


420 


ACHSAH, 


b. 


May 


28, 


1784; 


421 


*JUDITH, 


b. 


Jan. 


24, 


1786; 


42 2 


*jEREMrAH, 


b. 


Dec. 


8, 


1787; 


423 


. Bradstreet, 


b. 


Jan. 


i3> 


1790; 


424 


Charles, 


b. 


May 


19, 


1793; 


425 


Aphia, 


b. 


July 


I, 


1796; 



66 PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 

; d. Mar. 29, 1783. 

; d. July 14, 1788. 

; m. James Merrill. 

; m. Mary Ayer Spofford, 

; d. July 23, 1790. 

; died aged 20 months. 

; second wife of A. J. Ten- 
ney. She died at the residence of Richard 
Tenney, in Georgetown, Mass., Feb. 12, 
1879. 

(140.) Sarah Spofford and Capt. Benjamin Adams. ^ 

Resided at New Rowley, now Georgetown, Mass., in what in modern times 
has been known as the "Temperance House." He was a man of importance, a 
tanner by trade. 

CHILDREN. 

426. Joseph, m. Judith Lane, of Rowley; d. Nov., 1812. 

427. *Benjamin, m. Lois Perley, of Boxford. 

428. Abram, b. July 20, 1776; d. Aug. 20, 1791, while a stu- 

dent in Atkinson Academy. Mrs. Adams, the 
mother, died Nov. 4, 1776, in her 26th year. 

(141.) Lucr Spofford and Capt. Samuel Adams. 

Married July i, 1773; settled in Jaffrey, N. H., where she died Feb. 23, 1813, 
two days after the decease of her husband, and both were interred in one grave. 

CHILDREN. 

429. Eliphalet, b. Feb., 1775 ; settled in Canada. 

430. *Isaac, b. Nov. 18, 1776; m. Deborah Twitchel. 

431. Sarah, b. Jan. 12, 1779; settled in Canada; d. 1854, 

leaving three sons and four daughters. 

432. *Samuel, b. Aug. 16, 1782; m. Sally Wright. 

433. Lucv, b. Jan. 23, 1785; m. Artemas Lawrence. 

434. *Polly, b. Jan. 5, 1787 ; m. Perley P. Burnham. 

435. Israel, b. Jan. 27, 1790; m. Harriet Putnam; settled 

in Danvers, Mass.; d. Feb. 28, 1857, childless. 



' Capt. Benjamin Adams married a second wife of the name of Woodman, and had children: 
Sally, Samuel, Jesse. Samuel built the house in Georgetown long occupied by John Levering, 
taught in Dummer Academy and the Salem High School, and was at one time a State senator. 
Sally married Major Paul Nelson, of Georgetown. 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 67 

436. Jacob, b. Sept. 25, 1791 ; settled in Canada; d. Jan. 

21, 1867, leaving five daughters and one son. 

437. *Elizabeth, b. Mar. 24, 1794; m. Eliphaz Chapman. 

43S. Daniel, b. Aug. 19, 1796; drowned in Ohio River, in 

1837. 

(144.) Lemuel Spofford and Hannah Frazier. 

He removed to Virginia in 1797. She was a native of Byfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

439. Eliphalet, b. 17S6 ; died in Boston, 18 17. 

440. Lucy, b. 1788 ; died in Boston, Sept., 1871. 

(145.) Eunice Spofford and Jonathan Hale. 

Married Oct. 21, 1782; settled in Groveland, Mass., where both died. 

CHILDREN. 

441. Eben, b. July 17, 1784; ni. Sarah Savary ; settled Bath, 

Me. ; d., Groveland, Mass., 1867. 

442. Parker, b. Mar. 6, 1786; m. ; lived and died in 

Bath, Me. 

443. Sarah, b. Nov. 6, 1788; died, aged 18. 

444. David, trader in North Carolina ; died in Louisiana. 



(151.) Deacon Job Spafford and Esther Taylor. 

Married November, 1776; settled in Berlin, Mass. He died March 21, 1840, 
aged 87; Esther, the mother, who was a daughter of David Taylor, died 1849, 
aged 90. 

children. 

445. David, b. Aug. 8, 1777 ; died an infant. 

446. *Betsey, b. Feb. 12, 1779; m. Augustus Bigelow. 

447. Sally, b. 1781 ; m. Uriah Sawyer, 1803. 

448. Samuel, b. 1783 ; m. Betsey Fosgate, 1808; 

d. 1822. 

449. Job, b. . 1785; d. Apr. 5, 1848. 

450. Benj. Franklin, b. 1789; m. Polly Sawyer, 1821 ; 

a grand-daughter, Mrs. J. B. Crawford, 
resides in Northboro', Mass. 

451. Esther, b. 1793. 



68 PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 

(152.) Jacob Spafford and Abigail Deane. 

Settled in Buckland, Mass.; removed about 1800 to Bergen, Genesee County, 
N. Y., passing the present site of Rochester, N. Y., then containing but one fam- 
ily. She was of Boston, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

452. ^Abigail, m. Conkling. 

453- *Jacob, b. in Buckland, Mass.; m. Rachel . 

454. *Nat, b. July 19, 1787; m. Eunice Buell ; 2d, Cynthia 

Parker ; 3d, Temperance McCullock. 

455. Hart, ■ m. Ann Althorp ; 2d, Ann Gardner; two daugh- 

ters by former wife, Emily and Sarah ; both died. 

456. *Sarah, m. Wilcox ; 2d, David Hume. 

457. Electa, m. Schofield. 

458. Roena, m. Harry Pease. 

459. *Sumner, b. July3o, T799; m. Delia Barber. 

460. *Clara, b. Nov. 8, 1801 ; m. Lewis Miller. 

461. Sophia, b. in Bergen, N. Y. ; m. Waldo Brown ; lived and 

died in Bergen. 

(153.) John Spafford and Lucy Bobbins. 

He was born in Lancaster, Mass., Oct. 19, 1756. His father was killed by the 
caving in of a clay-pit in 1765 or 1766. He was bound out by his mother until 
21 years of age. When he had served his time, he enlisted in the Revolutionary 
Army, and served 13 months. On returning, he engaged in farm labor for several 
years; then in driving a team to and from Boston, carrying freight for the sev- 
eral towns on the route. He was the first one to drive a four-horse team over 
West Boston Bridge into Boston. 

He married Lucy Robbins, in 1779. She was born in Sterling, Sept. 8, 1758. 
They lived in Sterling until March, 1806, removing to Ludlow, Vt. 

children. 

462. *JoE, b. Apr. 23, 1780: m. Catharine Roper. 

463. *Artemas, b. Apr. 12, 1782; m. Sally Warren. 

464. John R., b. July 26, 1784; d. in Stanstead, Canada, Nov. 

28, 1810, unm. 

465. *WiLLiAM, b. Dec. II, 1786; m. Dolly Jenkins. 

466. Lucy, b. Sept. 16, 1788; d. Feb. 2 r, 1791. 

467. *PoLLV, b. Nov. 16, 1790; m. L-a Matthewson. 

468. *LuCY, b. May 13, 1793; m. Abel Woodward. 

469. *Merrick, b. Feb. 11,1799; m. Catharine Spaulding ; 2d, 

Catharine Bridge. 

470. *Almira, b. July 13, 1803 ; m. Warren Spaulding. 



PARENTS FIFIH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 69 



(155.) Samuel Spafford and Eunice Goddard. 

Married 1785; settled in Berlin, Mass. 

He died 1809; his widow married Capt. Henry Powers, and died in 1825. 



472 

473 
474 
475 
476 

477 

478 

479 
480 



CHILDREN. 

James, b. 1785 ; d. 1790. 

Sally, b. 1786; m. Mandall Fosgate, 1803; 2d, John 
Eager. 

James, b. 1789; d. 1795. 

Eunice, b. 1791 ; m. Amos Keyes, of Northboro', 1811, 
*Samukl, b. 1793 ; m. Mary Sawyer ; 2d, Betsey Sawyer. 

Hannah, b. 1795 ; d. Oct. 15, 1809. 

Job, b. 1798 ; d. 1801. 

*Betsey, b. 1802 ; m. James Goddard, Jr. 
*Emerson, b. 1804; m. Mrs. Catharine (Witt) Tenney. 

James R., b. 1805; d. Mar. 3, 1815. 



(156.) Abi.jah Spafford and Mary Town. 

Of Boxford, Mass. Married Dec. 17, 1755; settled in Sharon, N. H., about 
1780, being among the pioneer settlers of the town. His farm was on East Moun- 
tain, near the locality known as " Spafford's Gap," thus named from Abijah Spaf- 
ford and his brother Eldad, who lived on the other side of the mountain in Tem- 
ple, N. H. 

Abijah Spafford died Oct. 19, 181 1 ; Mary his wife, Sept. 9, 1802. Their grave- 
stones may still be seen in the old cemetery at Sharon. 

CHILDREN. 

481. Hepsibah, b. June, 1756; m. Hagget ; four chil- 

dren. 

482. *Jesse, b. Aug. 27, 1761 ; m. Mary Dimmick. 

483. *Amos, b. Aug. 28, 1765 ; m. Mary Taggart. 

484. Abijah, b. Sept. 62, 1767 ^ married; graduated Harvard 

College; a clergyman ; d. 1837. 

485. Mehitable, b. Sept. 4, 177 1 ; m. Jonathan Sanderson, of 

Lunenburg, Mass., where they reared a large 
family. 

486. Mary, b. Nov. 27, 1774; m- Robert Sheldon, 1797; 

res. Middletown, Pa. 

487. *Samuel, b. July i, 1779 ; m. Mary Piper. 

6 



7° 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



(157.) David Spofford and Mrs. Elizabeth Griffin. 

She was widow of Samuel Clriffin, from her marriage with whom descended 
Gen. S. G. Griffin, of Keene, N. H. Her maiden name was Fales. 
David Spofford and Mrs. Griffin were married Nov. 22, 1761. 

CHILDREN. 

488. *Elizap>eth, b. Aug. 10, 1762; m. Joseph Felt. 

489. *Sarah, b. Jan. 15, 1765; m. Noah Hardy. 

490. David, b. Apr. 27, 1767. 



(159.) Eliphalet Spofford and . 

He was doubtless the " Eliphalet Spafford, of Weathersfield, Vt., who was 
appointed captain of the Northern regiment Oct. 24, 1778." 

CHILD. 

491. *Eliphalet, m. Abigail Pearl, of Weathersfield, Vt. 
(160.) Eldad Spofford and Lucy Spalding. 

Of Townsend, Mass.; settled in Temple, N. H. Eldad Spofford, the father, 
died Jan. 6, 1809; his wife, March 21, 1837, having married a second husband. 
Deacon Putnam, of Wilton, N. H. 









CHILDREN. 


492 


*Lydia, 


b. Oct. 


7> 


1769 ; m. 


493 


*J ESSE, 


h. Oct. 


8, 


177 1 ; m. 


494 


*Eliphalei 


, b. Apr. 


8, 


1773: m. 


495 


Henry, 


b. Feb. 


5> 


1775; d. 


496 


=*LUCY, 


b. Apr. 


8, 


1777 ; m- 


497 


*Hannah, 


b. Feb. 


9, 


1779; m. 


498 


. *Sarah, 


b. Nov. 


17. 


1780 ; m. 


499 


*ISAAC, 


b. June 


22, 


1782 ; m. 


500 


*Betsey, 


b. July 


II, 


17S4; m. 


501 


*Milly, 


b. July 


I, 


1786 ; m. 


502 


* Dan I EL, 


b. Sept. 


15. 


1788; m. 


503 


Artemas, 


b. Sept. 


26, 


1791; m. 






tied in Vermont. 






after 


theii 


• marriage 


504- 


*Earl, 


b. Apr. 


21, 


1793 ; m. 



Asa Howard. 
Sarah Tidder. 
Sally Russell. 

1783- 
Joshua Felt. 

Thomas Richardson. 
Parker Shattuck, 1798. 
Annie Fish. 
Willard Hartwell. 
Joel Patten, 1810. 
Rebecca Barker, 1812. 
Sally Barrett. 1812 ; set- 
Both died within a year 

Sarah Seeley. 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 71 



(164.) Jonathan Spoffoed and 

Settled in Wiscasset, Me. 



CHILD. 



505. William. Papers on file in Registry of Probate, Salem, 
Mass., bearing date 1806, speak of him as a mariner of 
Newburyport, Mass.; his widow, Mary, administratrix 
on the estate. 

(165.) Jerusha Spoffoed and William McAllastee. 

Married 1765; settled in Wiscasset, Me., where six of their children were 
born; removed in 1779 to Bedford, N. H., making the passage in a vessel bound 
to Newburyport, Mass. She was a person of rare mental qualities and fine per- 
sonal appearance. She died Nov. 26, 1812, at Newport, N. H., while on a visit, 
and was interred there, her gravestone being well preserved. 

\Yilliam McAllaster was a Revolutionary soldier, and in the battle of Bunker 
Hill. He died at Bedford, N. H., Feb. 17, 1787. 



CHILDREN. 



506 
508 



*Sarah, b. Dec. 25, 1766; in. James McLaughlin. 

*Ann, b. Aug. 10, 1769; m. James Gilmore. 

*WiLLiAM, b. June 12, 1772 ; m. Jane McKinney. 

*JoHN, 1 1 -r^ - -.. ^ II''- Jane Aiken. 

!- b. -Dec, 2C 1774 ■ -s 

*Martha, i ' ' ' ' Im. Andrew Aiken. 

*PoLLY (Mary), b. Aug. 30, 1777 ; m. John McAffee. 

*James, b. Nov. 30, 1779; m. Rachel Dupee. 

*Benjamin, b. Apr. 12, 1782 ; m. Anne Barr. 

*Apphia S., b. Nov. 29, 1785 ; m. Capt. John Gilmore. 



(173.) Deacon Jonathan Spafford and Miss Sandeeson. 

He was a Revolutionary soldier in the company of Capt. Jonas Locke, and 
spoken of as one of the Deerfield JMiniite Men. 

He was in the siege of Boston, and participated in the battle of Bunker Hill, 
June 17, 1775. He died in Buckland, Mass., about 1835 or 1840. His wife was 
born 1752, a sister of Deacon Thomas Sanderson, of Whately, Mass. 

children. 
515. Samuel. | 516. Edward. 



72 PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 

Second marriage with Widow Esther Ruddock, whose former husband was 
Edward Ruddock, who died on the passage from England, leaving her with a son, 
Edward, who married Martha, daughter of Thomas Sanderson, of Whately, Mass. 
fonathan Spaftbrd and Mrs. Ruddock were married in camp, in the presence of 
his regiment. He united with the church at Whately, Mass., March i6, 1794; 
his wife, Oct. 18, 1795. She died at Hawley, Mass., April 24, 1820, aged 71. 

CHILDREN. 

517. *JoHN, b. June 13, 1779; m. Amanda Phillips. 

518. *JoNAS, m. Abigail Hayclen; 2d, Dolly Disborough. 



(176.) Moses Spofford and Hanxah Kimball. 

Settled in Georgetown, Mass., where he must have died prior to Dec. 21, 1821, 
as his wife, in her will of that date, speaks of herself as ", Widow Hannah Spof- 
ford." This will was probated Jan. 10, 1832, her son Joseph, executor. 

CHILDREN. 

Abel, b. ]May 15, 1780; m. Mary Merrill; d. 1868. 

Joseph, b. Dec. 25, 1782 ; d. 
*Elizabeth, b. July 11, 1785 ; m. Caleb Jackson. 
*DiADAMiA, b. June 9, 1788; ni. Col. Daniel Moulton. 
*Sarah, b. May 19, 1792; m. Deacon Eaton. 

Daniel K., d. Oct. 6, 1795, aged 2 years. 

(178.) Joseph Spofford and Mary Chaplin. 

Settled in Georgetown, where she died in 1804; Joseph Spoftbrd died Aug. 
14, 1825. 

children. 



5^9- 


520. 


521. 


522. 


523- 


524- 



525 

526 

527 

528 

529 
530 



*Mary, b. Mar. 29, 1790; m. Andrew Horner. 

*Paul, b. Feb. 18, 1792; m. Sarah Spofford. 

*Susan p., b. Sept. 4, 1794; m. A. M. Hatch. 
*Mehitable, b. Jan. 5, 1797 ; m. Caleb Hersey. 
*Sarah, b. Nov. 5, iSoo; m. William Carleton. 

*Moses, b. Oct. 28, 1804; m. Eliza Ann Dresser. 



(17U.) Ben.tamin Spoffokd and Polly Adams. 

Settled in Boxford, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

531. *Sally, b. Dec. 31, 1786; m. Phineas Barnes. 

532. *Mary a., b. Jan. 4, 1789; m. Nathaniel Nelson. 



PARENTS FIPTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 73 

Benjamin Spofford married a second wife, with whom he lived fifty years, who 
was the widow, first, of David Barnard, of Watertown, Mass., who died in 1775; 
and then of Hon. David Wood, of Boxford, Mass., her acquaintance with whom 
was formed while he was a member of the (General Court, then in session in 
Watertown. She was a daughter of Phineas Warren, of Waltham, a woman of 
strong mind and massive physique. 

A characteristic incident of her early life, as related by herself, was transcribed 
by her grandson, Benjamin S. Barnes, of Boxford, who kindly permits its use 
here : — 

" The day of the battle of Lexington, I was living in Watertown. The able- 
bodied men had all gone to the battle, leaving only women, children, and a few 
old men, at home, anxiously awaiting the result. Toward night several women 
came running to my house, crying, 'Mrs. Barnard, the Regulars are coming!' I 
looked up the street, and saw a redcoat riding toward us on a horse. He came 
up and incjuired if that was the road to Boston. I stepped to his side, took the 
horse by the head with one hand, and the soldier by the collar with the other, 
saying, ' You villain ; you 've been killing our folks, and deserve death yourself ' 
(my husband and five brothers had gone to the fight). I pulled him to the 
ground, while he begged piteously for his life. I then gave him up to some old 
men, who took him to the tavern and kept him till the proper authorities had him 
€xchanged for one of our men. It was asserted that he was wounded, and was 
trying to find his way to Boston, having stolen the horse from the roadside, where 
it had been tied by its owner, Col. Stedman, of Cambridge, who had ridden 'him 
to Lexington that morning, whither he had gone to fight for his country. He was 
made glad, a few days after, by the recovery of his valuable horse." 

Benjamin Spofford died Feb. 19, 1836. Lydia, his wife, died Sept. 6, 1839, 
aged 95. 

(180.) Eleanor Spofford and Capt, Abraham Howe. 

Married in 1783; resided Linebrook, Mass. 

He was noted for musical taste and ability, a characteristic inherited by many 
of his descendants. As a soldier in the Revolution, he was brave and patriotic. 

His ensign's commission is still preserved, bearing date Aug. 24, 1776, and 
signed by Benjamin Franklin, the noted statesman and philosopher. 

CHILDREN. 

533. Abram, m. Sarah Bixby. 

534. Eleanor, m. Asa Eixby. 

535. *Abel, m. Margaret Bixby. 



(183.) John Spafford and Miss Newton. 

Removed from Salisbury, Conn., to Weathersfield, Vt. 

He was a soldier in the Revolution; died at West Windsor, Vt., about 1803, 
aged 45. 



74 PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 

CHILDREN, 

536. Asa, b. about 1780; d. 1803, of fever, at West Windsor, Vt. 

537. *Mary, b. July 18, 1782; m. Levi Slack. 

538. *JoHN, b. Feb. 22, 1786; m. Lucy Moore. 

Second marriage with Elizabeth Kendall, of West Windsor, Vt. 

CHILDREN, 

539. Sylvia, died unmarried. 

540. *Betsey, m. Simeon Hale. 

541. *Oliver, b. Jan. 27, 1795 ; m. Lucinda Burton. 

542. *Fanny, b. Feb. 1798; m. Augustus Fling. 

543. *Dan, b. June 11, 1800; m. Julia Gallaway. 

(184.) Sarah Spafford and Asa Grout., 

He was born Feb. 3, 1753; died Aug. 24, 1833; interred, as is also his wife, 
at "The Plains," in Weathersfield, Vt. 



544 
545 
546 

547 
548 

549 



children. 

*Mary, m. Elisha Bisbee. 

*Sarah, b. Mar. 29, 1785 ; m. Oliver Tarbell. 

*Charlotte, b. Aug. 15, 1787 ; m. Nathaniel Joslyn, 

Asa, m. Cynthia Spencer. 

Henrietta, m. Ezra Church. 

Harriet, m. James Stevens. 



(185.) JuDAH Spafford and Elihu Grout. 

Settled in Cambridge, Vt. 

children. 

550, Bridgman, has a daughter, Mrs. Fred Bliss, Hyde Park, Vt. 

551. Lucius. 552. Lora. Probably others. 

(186.) Joseph Spafford and Rachel Wright. 

Married, Nov. 29, 1789; settled in Weathersfield, Vt., where he died May 24, 
1 83 1, aged 61. She died June, 1840. 

CHILDREN. 

553. *Abel, b. Mar. 13, 1790; m. Matilda Grout. 

554. *Stephen S., b. Feb. 5, 1792 ; m. Nancy Eaton. 

555. Betsey, b. Dec. 3, 1793; m. Charles Ives; d. child- 

less, Oct. 24, 1875, Felchville, Vt. 




HENRY HARRISON SPAFFORD. 
SPRINGFIELD, VT. 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 75 

b, Jan. 9, 1796; m. Elias Russell, 

b. Sept. 29, 1798; m. Moses Kidder. 

b. Nov. 3, 1 80 1 ; m. Paulina Cutter. 

b. Nov. 6, 1803 ; d. June 30, 1853. 

b. Jan. I, 1806; m. Sam'l Carlisle ; 2d, Chas, 
Bramble ; res. Amsden, Windsor County, Vt. 

b. May 19, 1808; d. Oct. 24, 1827. 

b. Oct. 2, 1810; m. Marianna Hemenway. 

b. May ig, 1813 ; m. Prudence Goodwin; res. 
Springfield, Vt. A man of large means and 
eminently social in disposition, his conversa- 
tion being enlivened by anecdotes and tra- 
ditions of the olden time. (See portrait.) 



556. 


* Fan NY, 


557- 


*ROXANA, 


558. 


*HlRAM, 


559- 


Aaron G., 


560. 


Charlotte 


561. 


Mary, 


562. 


*JOHN, 


563. 


Henry H., 



(187.) Mercy Spafford and Mr. Barber. 

CHILDREN. 

564. *Levi, m. Cynthia Stannard. 

565. Url 566. ZiNRL 567. Ell 

(188.) Gen. Jonathan Spafford and Christian Jewell. 

Married in Connecticut. 

"Gen. Jonathan Spafford and Thomas Chittenden commenced the settlement 
of Williston, Vt., in 1774, locating on the river, and taking large tracts of land 
adjoining each other. During the war the settlement was abandoned, but they 
returned in 1786. Jonathan Spafford was deacon, and was the first representative 
from the town in the Legislature. He was from Connecticut, and died at an 
'advanced age in tapper Canada." (See Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. I., 
pp. 901, 971, and elsewhere.) 

It is probable that Gen. Spafford was twice married, his other wife being his 
cousin. Miss Smalley. 

CHILDREN. 

568. *Jacob, m. Electa Chittenden. 

569. *Smalley, b. Oct. 15, 1773; m. Rebecca Proctor. 

570. Jonathan, emigrated to Ohio ; married ; had a son, Horace, 

who was drowned in Buffalo, N. Y., and grand- 
children, Lucy, Smalley, and Elmira. 

571. Heman, m. Fidelia Barsley ; had a son, Heman, who lived, 

years since, in Watertown, N. Y., and other 
children. 

572. Chancy, died, aged 20 years. 

573. *Sarah, m. Leonard Hodges, of Williston, Vt. 



76 PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



(190.) David Spafford and Betsey Jewell. 

Removed from Salisbury, Conn., to Tinmouth, Vt., where he soon after died 
from an iniury received by a stone or club thrown by an angry person in a politi- 
cal quarrel, the injury to him being unintentional. His widow afterward married 
Mr. Elisha Clark; and the children, David, Jr., and Betsey, were reared by their 
aunt, JNIrs. Abijah Pratt, of Tinmouth, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

574. *BETSEy, b. 1779; 111- Heman Spafford (577). 

575. *David, b. Oct. 31, 1781 ; m. Hannah Smith. 



(191.) Col. John Spafford and Mary Baldwin. 

Resided at Tinmouth, Vt., afterward at Canaan, Columbia County, N. V., and 
then at Lowville, Lewis County, N. V., where he died April 24, 1823, in the 71st 
year of his age. "Though his last illness was very severe, he was never heard to 
utter a complaint; and in the last struggle of expiring nature, blest with full 
reason, he was favored with a calm and easy exit from time. His remains were 
interred upon his own farm, the spot being selected by himself on the border 
of Black River. He was a native of Salisbury, Conn., and one of the first settlers 
of Tinmouth, Vt. Blest with a sound understanding, great firmness of purpose, 
and a chai^acter for integrity, he was soon called to stations of trust and responsi- 
bility. When the contests about State sovereignty were merged in a national one 
for independence, he took the field against foes and traitors, at the head of a fine 
company of militia, rendering important services in the taking of Ticonderoga, 
Crown Point, and in the battle of Bennington. He was with his company under 
Allen and Arnold in the taking of Ticonderoga, in 1775, and was by them directed 
to join in the expedition under Colonel Warner against Crown Point; but he 
reached that important jfost before Colonel Warner, and received himself the 
sword of the commandant, which is still in Col. Spafford's family." Mary 
Baldwin, his wife, was born April 20, 1750; died Sept. 9, 1842; interred in the 
West Street Cemetery, Rutland, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

576. Hannah, b. Nov. 29, 1771 ; d. Dec. 3, 1772. 

577. *Heman, b. Dec. 4, 1773 ; m. Betsey Spafford (574). 

578. Eleazer, b. Sept. 24, 1775; d. Apr. 26, 1778. 

579. *HoRATio Gates, b. Feb. 18, 1778 ; m. Hannah Bristol; 2d, 

Elizabeth Clark Hewitt. 

580. *Mary, b. Sept. 10, 1779; m. Caleb Royce. 

581. *JoHN, b. Oct. 7, 1781 ; m. Sally Carscallen. 

582. *Hannah, b. Nov. 23, 1783; m. Rev. Royal Phelps. 



PARENTS FItTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 77 

383. Hiram, b. Sept. 21, 1785; died in 1855, at Brock- 

ville, Ontario, Canada, unm. He was a 
man of great wealth, which evaporated 
in litigation. 

584. Guy Carleton, b. Aug. 21, 1787 ; d. Oct. 16, 1796, by the 

accidental discharge of a shot-gun in the 
hands of a brother. 

585. Phebe. b. June 16, 1789; d. Sept. 14, 1791. 

586. *SoPHiA, b. Jan. 9, 1791 ; ni. Richard Williams. 

587. *Phebe, b. Dec. 5, 1792 ; m. Edward Stevenson. 

(192.) Mart SrorroRD and Solomon Stanton. 









children 


588 


John, 


m. 


Lucy Bogue. 


589 


Elijah. 






590 


Laura, 


m. 


Calvin White. 


591 


Mary, 


m. 


Dr. Hull. 


592 


Hannah, 


m. 


Alexander Bogue. 


593 


Abigail, 


m. 


Orestes Hodges. 



(193.) Col. Solomon Spofford and Sally Sheldon. 

Settled in Hallowell, now Athol, Prince Edward County, Ontario. He died 
Feb. 2, 1837; ^^^ wife, May 15, 1838. 

children. 

m, Mrs. Margaret Friar, 
m. Margaret Piatt, 
m. Margaret Furguson. 
m. Sarah Brewer, 
m. Emeline Stevens. 

m. Thomas McCartney ; res. Hellier, Ontario ; 
children, Amanda, Sarah. 

600. Maria, m. Gilbert White ; res. Darlington, Ontario ; 

children, Hiram, Mary, Orin, Ezra, Edgar, 
Mahala. 

601. Sally, m. John Richards ; res. Hallowell, Ontario ; 

children, George, Spencer, Henry, Sarah. 

602. Rebecca, m. James Thompson; res. Athol, Ontario ; chil- 

dren, Hannibal, Marouo, George, Almira, 
Evolina. 



594- 


*IRA, 


595- 


*Henry, 


596. 


*Abijah, 


597- 


*WlLLIAM^ 


598. 


*S0L0M0N S 


599- 


Polly, 




78 PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



(194.) Col. Job Spafford and Hannah Chipman. 

He served in both the Revolution and the War of 1812, removing after the | 

close of the latter to Athol, Prince Edward County, Ontario, where he died. His 1 
wife died in " the States," prior to the removal to Canada. She was a da«gfeter --^^A^ ; 

of Nathaniel Chipman, LL. D., one of the founders of the Constitution of Ver- j 

mont, who died in Tinmouth, Vt., 1843. 1 

CHILDREN. ' 

603. *Sarah, b. about 1787; m. Fitch Chipman. ; 

604. ^'SusAN, . b. in Vermont, Jan. 15, 1793 ; m. : 

Millen Stowell. ; 

605. Hannah M., m. . Ribbon ; lived in Cattarau- i 

gus County, N. Y. i 

606. *GuY Carleton, b. in Vermont, April 14, 1798 ; m. ■ 

Caroline Brown. ] 

607. *Samuel, m. Orpah Brace ; 2d, Margaret Dewel i 

608. *Nathaniel Chipman, m. Flora Tucker. ■] 



(195.) Rebecca Spafford and Col. Orange Train. 

Settled in Tinmouth, Vt., where she died Feb. 14, 1813, aged 56 years. He 
was a colonel in the Revolutionary Army, and represented the town of Tinmouth 
in the Legislature fourteen years. 

CHILDREN. 

m. Dexter Brown ; settled in Buffalo,. 

N. Y. 
m. Charles Miles, 
m. John Ballard 3 d. July 21, 1837^ 

aged 40 years. 

612. *JoNATHAN Spafford, m. Royce. 

613. *Jane, m. Dr. Payne Gilbert. 

614. Betsey, m. Charles Miles; deceased.. 

(196.) Temperance Spafford and Mr. Stannard. 

Residence, "NVilliston, Vt. 

CHILD. 

615. David, married and died in Pontiac, Mich., leaving a daugh 

ter, Mrs. Morgan Drake. 



1:09. 


Polly, 


610. 


Orra, 


611. 


Marcia, 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



79 



(197.) Hannah Spaffokd and Samuel Chipman. 

Both born in Salisbury, Conn., removing in early life to Tinmouth, Vt.; mar- 
ried Nov. lo, 1785. He died in Maidrid, St. Lawrence County, New York, March 
24, 1839; his wife, also, at Madrid, July 5, 1839. Their first nine children were 
born in Vergennes, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 



616 
617 
618 
619 
620 
62T 
622 
623 

624 
625 
626 
627 



Polly, b. Nov. 
*JoHN Spafford, b. Aug. 

*Ralph, b. June 

*Mary, ' b. May 

*Sarah, b. Apr, 

Samuel, b. May 

*Fanny, b. July 

Charlotte, b. July 

N. Y. 

Laura, b. May 

Oscar, b. Sept. 

*Oscar H., b. Nov. 

David, b. Sept. 



8, 1786 

8, 1788 

29, 1790 

24, 1792 

16, 1794 

4, 1796 

5, 1798 
5, 1800 



died unm. 

m. Mary Colfax. 

m. Sophia Martendale. 

m. Thomas L. Paine. 

m. Lester Hoadley. 

died unm. in Illinois. 

m. Justus Smith. 

died unm. in Madrid, 



7, 1802 ; died in Madrid, N. Y. 
20, 1804; died in Madrid, N. Y. 
16, 1807 ; m. Amanda S. Rogers. 
22, 1810; died in Madrid, N. Y. 



(201.) Col. Elijah Spafford and Caroline Shuman. 

Settled in Kingston, Canada. There is reason to think Col. Spafford had a 
former wife named Irinda Skinner, who was the mother of a part of the chil- 
dren named below. 

children. 

628. *HoRACE, m. Martha Stiles. 

629. *MoSES, m. Elizabeth Boyce. 

630. Betsey, m. Robert Stanton. 

631. Sophronia, m, Mr. Buck. 

632. Laura, m. Mr. Miles ; had a daughter, Mrs. Shurtleff. 

633. Irinda, m. Valentine Emery ; seven children. 

634. Caroline, m. Thomas Stanton; 2d, Stephen Miles; res. 

Kingston, Ontario; had a son, Elijah. 



(202.) Amherst Spafford and Hannah Emerson. 

He was a native of Claremont, N. H.; removed to Bingham, Me., where he 
died, 1822. 



So 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



635. Sally. 

636. Rebecca. 

637. -*Amherst. 



children. 

638. Fanny. 

639. *HlRAM. 

640. Dolly. 



641. *SOLOMON. 

642. Hannah. 

643. JOSIAH. 



(203.) Eliphalet Spaffot.d and Randall. 

He went to sea, and was never heard from. 



CHILDREN. 



644. * Am ASA, m. Sybil Latham ; 2d, Betsey Latham. 

645. Eliphalet, had sons, Calvin and Samuel. 



(208.) Stephen Peabody and Ann Killum. 

Married Dec. 13, 1785; settled in Boxford, Mass., where he was a justice 01 
the peace. He died July, 1830. 

CHILDREN, 

646. Stephen, b. Oct. 17, 1787. 

647. Samuel, b. Nov. 6, 17^8; m. Mary Porter, 1819. 

648. Nancy, b. Aug. 28, 1796. 

(209.) John Peabody and Molly (Mary) Tyler. 

Married Dec. 2, 1788; settled in Boxford, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

649. John, ]■ b O 8 8 • ^ "^" "^^^^^^^ Spaulding. 

650. A Daughter, i " '^ ' ^ ^T 9 1 \ died in infancy. 

651. Mary, b. Feb. 8,1791; died young and unm. 

r m. Lydia Howard, Dec. 
j 18, 1817. 

m. Mary Stevens, July 
31, 1817. 
b. May 23, 1794; died about 1810, 
b. Aug. 6, 1796; m. Betsey Jones, April, 

1819. 
b. Feb. 20, 1802 ; m. Mary Lawrence, May 
7, 1826. 



652. Oliver, 

653. William, 

654. Sarah, 

655. Samuel, 

656. Joseph, 



b. Jan. 2, 1792 ; 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 81 

(210.) RiCHAED Peabody and Dolly Kimball. 

Married May 9, 1789; settled in Canton, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

657. Polly, b. Dec. 31, 1790. 

658. Betsey, b. Sept. 8, 1793; m. David G. Merrill; d. Aug. 

16, 1819. 

659. Jesse, b. May 22, 1796; m. Mary Elliot. 

660. Dolly, b. Jan. 22, 1798. 

662. Hannah, b. June 5, 1801 ; d. June 28, 1831. 

663. Samuel, b. Feb. 8, 1805 ; m. Susanna Reynolds. 

(211.) Oliver Peabody and Peggy Stickney. 

Married July 26, 1792; settled in New Portland, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

664. Oliver, b. June 6, 1793; m. Catherine Dolliver, 

July 15, 1827. 

665. Richard, b. Sept. i, 1794; m. Margaret Elliot, Feb. 

6, 1816. 

666. John, b. Feb. 8, 1796; d. Sept. 2, 1802. 

667. Rebecca, b. Jan. 16, 1798; m. Abner Lander, Dec. 

26, 1822. 

668. Hepsibah, b. Nov. 28, 1798; d. May 26, 1815. 

669. Hannah,), o 4. o ( m. Israel Haskell, ) ^ 1 o 

y 'b. Sept. 15,1801; 'July 11,1830. 

670. Nathan,) ( m. Betsey Knapp, ) 

671. John, b. June 16, 1803; d. Sept. 18, 1816. 

672. Samuel, b. June 17, 1805 ; m. Betsey Pomroy, May 

24, 1831. 

673. David Wood, b. Oct. 30, 1807 ; m. Judith W. Bray, June 

17, 1830. 

674. Temperance D., b. May 28, 1810; m. Levi Lane, Nov. 29, 

1832. 

(212.) Dr. William Peabody and Sally Beax. 

Settled in Frankfort, Me.; removed to Corinth, Me., where he practised his 
profession. 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



CHILDREN. 



675- 


Sally, m. Timoth}' Miller ; 2d, — 


Bnggs. 


676. 


Hannah. 




677. 


Lorenzo. 




678. 


Nancy, m. Philbrick B. Tay. 





(213.) Peiscilla Peabody and Thomas Townset^d. 

children, 
679. Ruby, m. John Quimby, of Exeter, Me.; she is still living 

(1888), aged 94. 
6S0. John, m. Susan Perry, of Parsonsfield, Me. 

681. Mary, m. Nathaniel Bodwell, of Sabec, Me. 

682. Samuel, m. Emily Pratt, of Newport, Me. 

16S3. Susan, m. William Jewell, of Munroe, Me. This record 
is furnished by her daughter, Mrs. James Bart- 
lett, of Exeter, N. H. 

(214.) Francis Peabodt and Fanny Stickney. 

Married May 25, iSoi; settled in Pother, Province Quebec. 

CHILDREN. 

684, Fanny, b. June 5, 1802 ; m. William Manson. 

•685. Betsey, b. Aug. 16, 1804; d. Jan. 22, 1806. 

686. Francis Spofford, b. Aug. 19, 1806. 

687. Betsey, b. Dec. 22, 1808; d. Apr. 8, 1810. 

688. Rachel Spofford, b. June 6, 181 1; m. David Nelson Brill, 

689. Nathan Spofford, b. Feb. 27, 1813 ; died in infancy. 
•690. Nathan Spofford, b. Sept. 22, 1814; d. Sept. 19, 1819. 



691. 


Samuel, 


b. Aug. 


28, 1817 ; d. Oct. 5, 1817. 


'692. 


Sophronia, 


b. Aug. 


26, 1818. 


693- 


William, 


b. Dec. 

1842. 


25, 1820; m. Esther Hildreth 


694. 


Oliver, 


b. Apr. 


II, 1823. 


695- 


Albert Samuel, 


b. May 


2, 1825. 


696. 


John Ide, 


b. Nov. 


6, 1828. 



(215.) Samuel Peabody and Abigail Wood. 

Graduated Dartmouth College; married Oct. 7, 181 3; an attorney in Washing- 
ton, D. C; resided in Andover, Mass., after 1842; he died there Oct. 17, 1859. 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 83 

CHILDREN. 

-697. Charles Augustus, b. July 10, 1814; m. Julia Livingston, 

of New York, July 15, 1846 ; an at- 
torney and counsellor at law in the 
city of New York. 

•698. Abby Hale, b. Dec. 18, 18 15. 

€99. William Frederick, b. Nov. 24, 1817 ; physician in Balti- 
more, Md. 

700. George Samuel, b. Mar. 1,1820; m. Anne Hammond, 

of Liverpool, England, July 5, 1846; 
master mariner by profession. 

701. Enoch Wood, b. July 25, 1822. 

702. Sarah Jane, b. Apr. 16, 1824. 

703. David Wood, b. June 11, 1S26 ; d. Oct. 22, 1S46. 

704. John Tyler, b. June 13, 1828. 

705. Mary Spofford, b. May i, 183 1. 

706. Ellen Eliza, b. Aug. 8, 1835. 

(217.) Joseph Spofford Peabody and Hannah Foster. 

Married Dec. 25, 1800; settled in Boxford, Mass.; removed to New Port- 
land, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

707. Lavinia, b. Sept. 20, 1801 ; m. Peter Johnson ; settled in 

Orono, Me. 

708. Lucy, b. Sept. 27, 1S02 ; m. Aaron Richardson; d. Aug. 

27, 1826 ; no children. 

709. Dorothy, b. June 15, 1804; m, Joseph Browne; settled in 

Lvnnfield, Mass. 

710. John, b. Sept. 19, 1806; m. Henrietta S. Baker, Sept. 

27, 1830; settled in Boxford, Mass. 

711. Eliza, b. July 5, 1808; d. Apr. 12, 1826; unm. 

712. Salome, b. July 24, 1810 ; m. Stephen Small; settled in 

New Portland, Me. 

713. Clarissa, b. June 20, 1812. 

714. Joseph, b. Feb. 4, 1815; m. Lydia Hilton; no children. 



(221.) Andrew Spafaed and Molly Chamberlin. 

Removed to Pittsfield, Otsego County, New York. 



84 PARENTS FIFFH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



CHILDREN. 



715. *Amos, b. Dec. 5, 1766; ni. Speedy Lawrence. 

716. Lucy, b. June 27, 1769; m. Mr. Bassett. 

717. *JOHN, b. May 2, 1776; m. Sarah Lawrence. 
718.^ *Andrew, b. July 15, 1782; m. Jane Densmore. 



(233.) Nathan Spafaed jiiid Anna Cole. 

Married Aug. 29, 1771; settled in Lebanon, Conn., where he died, in 1820; 
Anna, his wife, died Nov. 24. 1831. 



719 

720 
721 

722 

723 
724 



CHILDREN. 

Thomas, b. Mar. 11, 1773; d. unm. 

*Anna, b. Sept. 28, 1775 ; "T- Simeon M. Webster. 

*Ebenezer, b. Aug. 26, 1777 ; m. Lydia Wells. 

^Abraham, b. Aug. 4. 1779; m. Sally Williams. 
*Susannah, b. Jan. 19, 1782 ; m. Isaiah Williams. 

*Ariel, b. Sept. 24, 1785 ; m. Percy Williams. 

*Charles, b. Dec. 26, 1790; m. Eunice Hilliard. 



(234.) Amos Spofford and . 

He was a man of education, and was in 1785 a surveyor of government lands 
in Ohio, the then far West. His wife died early, and he commended to the lov- 
ing care of their aunt, Mrs. Chloe Wright, his three little children. 

children. 
726. Chloe. 727. Samuel. 728. " Baby Anna." 

(235.) Chloe Spoffoed and Ellsha Wright. 

Married April 14, 1775, in Mansfield, Conn., where she had previously been a 
teacher. After the decease of her husband, she became Mrs. Bill, of Lebanon, 
Conn. 

children. 

729. Hannah, b. Feb. 16, 1780; d. August, 181 2, single. 

730. *Olive, b. Jan. i, 1782 ; m. Timothy Williams. 

731. *Parthenia, b. July 23, 1784; m. Jesse Gurley. 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 85 

(23G.) Stephen Spofford and ]\Iary Chadwick. 

Married March 28, 1782; settled in Boxford, Mass.; admitted to Second Church, 

Julys. 1791- 

CHILDREN. 

732. *Frederic, b. Oct, 2 1, 1783- m. Deborah Wilkins. 

732. Mary, bap. May 20, 1792 ; m. Samuel Peabody, 

(237.) Deacon Parker Spofford and Mary Wood. 

Married Dec. 9, 1787; settled in Boxford, where he held many offices of trust, 
representing the town in the Legislature, 1811-14. He was also a justice of the 
peace, and postmaster. He, with Mary, his wife, were admitted to the First 
Church in Boxford, Dec. 2, 1794; she died Feb. i, 1795, aged 31. 

CHILDREN. 

733. Charles, b. Mar. i, 1789 ; died younj;. 

734. Enoch W., b. July 19, 1791 ; a merchant in Boston, Charles- 

ton, S. C, and in Augusta, Ga. He died unm., 
in California. 

735. Parker, b. Oct. 2, 1793 ; died young. 

Second marriage, April 19, 1798, with Abigail Hale Wood, a daughter of 
Capt. Thomas and Mary (Kimball) Hale, and widow of Deacon Jonathan Wood. 
They had one child. Deacon Spofford died May, 1838, aged 83. 

CHILD. 

736. *Mary W., b. Feb. 20, 1799; m. Josiah Kimball. 



(241.) Phineas Spofford and Sarah Chadwick. 

Both of Andover, Mass.; married Aug. 7, 1780. 



737. * David. 

738. *Green. 

739. *M00DY. 

740. Ira. 



children. 

741. Mrs. Henderson. 

742. Mrs. Goulder. 

743. Mrs. Day. 



(242.) Moody Spofford and Dolly Farnham. 

Settled in Andover, Mass. He died March 31, 1833. His wife died Nov. 18, 
1845, aged 75. 

7 



86 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



744. Sophia, 



745- 


Moody, 


b 


746. 


Dolly, 


b 


747- 


*Henry, 


b 


748. 


*Farnham, 


b 


749- 


ROXBEE, 


b 


75^- 


Jacob T., 


b 


751- 


Abiah, 


b. 


752. 


Greenleaf, 


b. 


753- 


Mary, 


b. 


754. 


^Harriet, 


b. 


755- 


Benjamin H. 


, b. 



children*. 

Jan. II, 1789; m. Rev. Mr. Creasey, of 
Portland, Me. 

Apr. I, 1791 ; died at New Orleans. 
Sept. 29, 1793 ; m. Abel Kimball, of New- 
bury. 

Aug., 1795 ; m. Hannah T. Johnson. 
Sept. 18, 1797 ; m. Lydia Coggshall. 
Sept. 10, 1799; died young. 
Dec. 28, 1801 ; settled in Cincinnati, O. 
Oct. 31, 1803; m. Rev. Mr. Waldo; set- 
tled in Minnesota. 
Oct. 19, 1805; d. 1835. 
May 16, 1807; d. in Georgetown, Mas*., 
1877, unm. 

Apr. 12, 1809; m. John Coker. 
Nov. 13, 1815 ; died an infant. 



(243.) Samuel Spofford and Lydia Peasley. 

Settled in Kingston, N. H., her native place. 

CHILDREN. 

756. *James, b. July 12, 1797; m. Martha Johnson. 

757. Orin, b. May 19, 1800; d. Apr. 15, 1803. 

758. *Orin p., b. June 4, 1804; m. Susan C. Clement. 

759. Merinda, b. May 11, 1808; m. Thomas Bassett, M. D. ; 

settled in Kingston, N. H. 

760. RoxBEE M., b. Nov. 15, 1810; d. June 23, 1834. 



(244.) Isaac Spofford and Mehitable Wood. 

.Settled in Andover; "yeoman"; died September, 1802; inventory of estate, 
$4,914; his wife administratrix. 

CHILDREN, 

761. *LucY, b. Apr. 4, 1793 ; m. Stephen Nichols. 

762. *Thomas, b. Sept. 18, 1795; m. Harriet I. Halstead. 
763 *ISAAC, b. Sept. 20, 1797 ; m. Julia Marble. 

764. *SoLOMON, b. June 20, 1799; m. Catharine Carleton. 

765. Mary, b. Oct. 11, 1801 ; d. Apr. 6, 1831. 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 87 

(24().) Thomas Spofford and Esther Pearl. 

Settled in Pelham, N. H., where he died about 1830, aged nearly 90. 



766 
767 
768 
769 
770 
771 
772 



CHILDREN. 

* Thomas, b. Sept. 14, 1772 ; m. Nancy Searle. 

Abigail, m. Gen. Samuel M. Richardson. 
*Charles, b. Dec. 25, 1776; m. Lucy Reed. 
*P£ARL, m. Sarah Averill •, settled in Deer Isle, Me. 
*DuDLEY, b. Dec. 20, 1779 ; m. Mary Atwood. 
*JoHN, b. Feb. 21, 1783; m. Hannah Simonton. 

Frederic, m. ; lost at sea, on the passage from 

Boston to Deer Isle, Me, 



Second marriage, about 1794. 

CHILD. 

773. Sophia, d. 1823, quite young. 



(247.) Benjamin Spofford and Peggy Cole. 

Removed from Boxford, Mass., to Danville, N. H. 



CHILDREN. 



774 *Benaiah, m. Miss Page. 
775. Abigail. 



776 

777 
778 

779 

780 



*Pamela, m, James Hook. 
*Orlando, m. Miss Hall, Auburn, N. H. 
*OsMOND, m. Miss French ; settled in Danville, N. H. 
*Sebastian, m. Miss Hook. 
Sally, died. 



(248.) Amos Spofford and Annie Myrick. 

Removed from Buxton, Me., to Methuen, Mass., where he died in 1799. 

CHILD. 

781. *Amos, b. June 3, 1788 ; m. Dorcas Harmon. 

Second marriage with Huldah Boynton, Feb. 22, 1792; settled in Methuen, 
Mass. 



88 PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 



CHILDREN. 

782. *ISAAC, m. Abigail Hoyt. 

7S3. Abigah., died in Methuen, Oct. 30, 1842, aged 46; unm, 

(249.) Sarah Spofford and Cart. Mof^ES Carleton. 

Married April 16, 1789; he held the rank of lieutenant in the Revolutionary 
Army, 

CHILD. 

784. Frederick. In company with a man named David Jack- 

man, he was crossing the chain bridge at Deer Island, 
near Newburyport, Mass., at night, Feb. 6, 1827, when 
the bridge fell. He escaped unhurt from the fall of 
forty feet into the water, lived three years afterward, 
and died in Groveland, March 11, 1830, aged 39. His 
companion in danger also escaped with his life. 

(251.) Samuel Spofford and Deborah Robinson. 

Married Oct. 6, 1793; settled in Boxford, Mass. She was of Andover, Mass. 
He was drowned in "Great Pond," in the winter of 1833, and it will be observed 
that, by a very singular fatality, three other members of his family lost their lives 
by drowning, the casualties being quite separate and distinct, each from the others. 

CHILDREN. 

785. *Rebecca, b. Dec. 9, 1794; m. Peter Pearl. 

786. John, b. Mar. 2, 1796 ; drowned in Merrimack River, 

from a freight of hay, Aug. 31, 18 15. 

787. Daniel, b. Mar. 14, 1798; a seaman. 

788. Nathan R., b. May, 1801 ; d. Nov. 5, 1803. 

789. Joseph, b. June i, 1803 ; died in Haverhill. 

790. Nathan R., b. Nov. 20, 1805 ; lost at sea. 

791. Amos, b. Aug. 16, 1807 ; drowned in Hovey's Pond, ' 

in Boxford, July i, 1814. 

792. *Sarah, b. Nov. 18, 1809; m. Hiram Harriman. 

793. *Harriet, b. July 14, 1812 ; m. Hiram Austin. 

(252.) Daniel Spofford and Phebe Peters. 

Of Blue Hill, Me. Married Aug. 10, 1793; settled in Blue Hill, Me.; removed | 
to Bucksport, 1803, where he died October, 1853, his wife having died May 15, 
1839. 



PARENTS FIFTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SIXTH. 89 

CHILDREN. 

794. Parker, b. Sept. 23, 1796; d. Jan. 26, 1S36, of fever, 

at Gambia, Africa. 

795. *Frederic, b. Feb. 28, 179S; m. Augusta Parker. 

796. Franklin, b. Nov, 16, 1799 ; d. Dec. 26, 1868, 

797. *RuBY, b. Mar. 28, 1802 ; m. Ephraim P. Lord. 

798. Fisher Ames, b. June 20, 1808; a deaf-mute, educated at 

Hartford ; a teacher many years in deaf- 
mute asylums in Hartford, Conn., New 
York, and Columbus, Ohio ; died at Clif- 
ton Springs, N. Y., Mar, 28, 1877, 

799. *Charlotte, b. July 7, 1812; m. Richard P. Buck. 

800. Emeline, b- Oct, 7, 1816; res. Bucksport, Me. 

(253.) Tho^ias SrorroRD and Elizabeth Foster. 

Married Nov. 9, 1791 ; settled in Boxford; third generation on the same spot. 

CHILDREN. 

801. *Aaron, b. Feb. i, 1793; m. Betsey Foster, 

802. Rebecca, b. Dec. 6, 1795. 

803. *RiCHARD, b. Jan. 6, 1797 ; m. Hannah Tyler, 

804. *Phineas, b. Mar. 31, 1802 ; m. Mary Ann Pierce. 

805. Francis, b, June 24, 1804; d. 1824, 

806. Eliza, b. Jan. 24, 1807; m, Ephraim Cole ; d. rSjo. 

807. Jonathan, d. 1S30. 



90 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



parents SirtB (Bcncration, dbil^rcn 5eDcntI|. 



(256.) William Spafford and Lydia Browx. 

Both of Windham Conn.; settled in Troy, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

808. William, m. Fanny Wetherby ; settled in New York City. 
8og. John, died young-. 

810. Harry, m. Miss Ellen Miller; 2d, Miss Austin; settled in 

New York City. 

811. John, settled in New York City. 

812. Nancy. 

813. Caroline. 

814. Eliza, m. Elijah Baldwin; settled in New Jersey. 

815. Jane, m. Mr. Bonner, of New York. 

(257.) Jesse Spafford and Wealthy Davidson. 

Settled in Windham, Conn. She was of Lebanon, Conn. He was a very 
ingenious man ; noted as an inventor of machinery. 

CHILDREN. 

816. Fanny, m. Guy C. Hebard, 

817. *George, m. Almira Smith, of Windham; d. Nov. 5, 1848. 

818. Sophia, m. Stephen Hosmer; settled in Windham, Conn. 

819. Julia, m. John B. Hosmer; settled in Centreville, Mass. 

(259.) Selinda Spafford and John Moulton. 

Settled in Windham, Conn., where she was living in 1850, aged 85. 

CHILDREN. 

820. Polly, m. Henry Newcomb. ^>*^-j /O , \ S f> I 

821. Wealihy, m. Hazard Card. 

822. RoswELL, m. Lydia Howes. 

823. John, m. Lecta Kingsley. 

824. Nancy. 825, Jerusha. 826. Belinda. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 91 

(264.) Sally Spafford and Uriah Miller. 

Settled in Troy, N. Y., removing thither from Windham, Conn. She died in 
Troy, about 1865, aged 90 years. 

CHILDREN. 

824^;. Rodney A., a clergyman, and a man of wealth, formerly 

of Worcester, Mass. ; died in Troy, N. Y., 
Sept., 1876, aged about 75. 

825^;. Sydney, died. 

826^-. Lewis, died. 

827. *JuLiA M., . m. Thomas Boyd ; settled in Albany, N. Y. 

828. Sally, deceased. 

829. Jane, deceased, 

830. Mary L., long a resident of Troy, N. Y. ; died at the 

Albany Hospital, March 24, 1888, aged 
about 75. _ 

831. *Frances, m. Mr. Stephens; settled in Albany, N. Y. 



(268.) Elijah Spafford and Miss Frexch. 

Of Windsor; settled in Salina, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

832. George, settled in Tecumseh, Mich. 

833. Charles, settled in Tecumseh, Mich. 

(2G9.) Phineas Spafford and Sarah Hebard. 

Of Windham. He was in the battle of Wyoming, where his brother, Darius 
Spafford, lost his life, July 3, 1778. With his latest breath he commended his 
bride, Lavinia (Blackl)urn), to the care of his brother Phineas. 

children. 

834. Thomas. 

835. Clarissa. 

836. Darius, m. Miss Lincoln ; settled in Windham, Conn. 

(270.) Jehiel Spafford and Phe^je Jennings. 

Married July 16, 1 781. He was a farmer; removed in early life from Windham, 
Conn., to Eastern New York, near Lake George, and thence to Westford, Otsego 
County, N. Y., where he died Feb. 22, 1831, aged 71. 

"There were giants in those days." The six sons of this family, who all lived 
and died in New York State, averaged six feet in height. 



92 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

CHILDREN. 

837. Eltsha. Father of E. W. Spaflord, of Portlandville, N. Y. (?) 

838. *Elijah, b. Mar. 4, 1787; m. Sophia Drake; 2d, Hannah 

Drake. 

839. Asa, died, past 80. 

840. William, died, past 80. 

841. *Jehiel, b. Oct. 22, 1799; m. Polly Harrington. 

842. John, d. Nov. 21, 1831, aged 24. 

843. Betsey. 844. Phebe. And two other daughters. 



(286.) Asa Spafford and . 

Lived in Piermont, N. H.; died in Genesee County, N. \'., about 1810. 

CHILDREN. 

845. William, died in Michigan, about 1840. 

846. Ralph, b. Aug. 2, 1781; Hving, in 1850, at Gerard, Pa.; 

three sons and two daughters; two living in 1850. 

(287.) Col. Nathan Spaffokd arid Hannah Baenett. 

He served in the Revolution; emigrated to Canada; returned, in the War of 
1812, to (jenesee, N. Y., where he died prior to 1817; she died in 1824, at 
Genesee, Genesee County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN". 

847. *Nathan B., born in Fairfax. Vt., 1791 ; m. Mary Morrison. 

848. Hannah, m. William Hamilton; both died (childless) at 

Bedford, Ohio, about 1847. 
^49. *Maria, m. Reuben Bickford. 

850. *Hiram, m. Nancy Foster. 

(293.) Bradstreet Spafford and Patience Mann. 

Lived in l>oth Vermont and Canada. 



85' 

852 

853 
854 
855 



children. 

Ansel, a son, Fletcher Spafford. 

*Lorenzo D., lived in Condersport, Pa. 
*Orlean, b. Nov. 3, 1796; m. Jane Batton. 

Maryette, 111. Earl ; died in Condersport, Pa. 

Eliza. 856. Lurzana. Both lived in Missouri. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 93 



(315.) Dudley Spafford and Rachel Sutherland. 

Settled in Compton, Province of Quebec, Canada. He was a farmer; died 
Nov. 16, 1858, aged 79. His. wife was bom in Shelbvu-ne, Mass., November, 
1786; died August, 1841. 

CHILDREN. 

857. Cornelia A., b. 1815; res. in Compton, Quebec, Water- 

ville P. O. 

858. William D., d. Mar., 1842, aged 26. 

859. Charles D., d. Dec, 1843, aged 22. 

86c. Sarah C, m. John Farwell ; d. May, 1846, aged 27. 

r6i. *JoHN P. R., m. Mary Ann Brown. 



(ol().) Kelief Spaffotjd and Henry PaPlRer. 

A son of Wm. Parker, who was of Londonderry, N. H.; a native of London- 
derry, Province of Ulster, Ireland. Married Feb. 17, 1795. He died in Windsor, 
Vt., Sept. 26, 1814, aged 39 years 7 months. She married afterward^ Dr. Muses 
Nichols, and died Feb. 8, 1855. 



862. *Francis, 



863. *Tyler, 

864. *William, 

865. Nancy, 

866. *SlDNEY, 



children. 

b. Apr. 27, 1797; m. Catharine Clapp ; 2cl, 

Sarah Cochran, 
b. Feb. 2, 1799; m. . 



b. Feb. 15, 1801 ; m. Clarrissa Bcstwick. 

b. Nov. 28, 1803 ; died at about 12 years, 

b. Jan. 13, 1806; m. Cordelia C. Dozier. 

867. *Alexander, b. Oct. 13, 1808 ; m. Elizabeth Bostwick. 



868. Mary, 



b. Nov. 29, 1813 ; d. Feb., 1818. 



(317.) Hadassah Spafford and John P. Kobinson. 

Lived many years in Quebec City. 



CHILDREN. 

b. about 1810; died soon after his marriage. 
b. Nov., 1811 ; m, Edwin Smith; res. at Terre 

Haute, Ind. 
b. Nov. 26, 18 13; deceased. 
872. John Saxon, b. about 1820, in Compton, Quebec; deceased. 



869. Sidney, 

870. Phebe, 

871. Harriet, 



94 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(318.) SfDNEY Spafford and Agnes Griffin. 

Married 1811 ; lived in Compton, Canada, where he died Aug. 6, 1S66, and his 
\vife, Oct. 21, 1866. 

CHILDREN. 



873- 
874. 

875- 
876. 

877. 

878. 

879. 



*Eliza a., 
*Relief J , 
*George F., 
*Mary C, 
Francis, 
*Lucrus P., 



b. Feb. 3, 1813; m. James Doak. 

b. Feb. 8, 1816; m. Hon. G. G. Stevens. 

b. Apr. II, 1818; m. Miss Doak. 

b. Aug. 27, 182 1 ; m. B. B. Butterfield. 

b. Mar. 8, 1825 • d. Aug. 14, 1845. 

b. Mar. 14, 1828 ; m. Melissa Farnham. 



Harriet R., b. Dec. 26, 183 1 ; m. George E. Brown, 



(320.) Tyler Spafford and Mary Hopkinson. 

Of Guildhall, Vt.; settled in Lennoxville, Canada, Ascot Township. She was 
born May 4, 1792. Tyler Spafford died April 18, 1861. 



8S0. 
881. 

882. 
883. 
884. 

8S5. 



886. 
887. 
888. 
889. 
890. 



CHILDREN. 



Martha Louisa, b 

Edwin Tyler, b 

*David Paschal, b 

*Nathan Lysander, b. 

*Marcus Menander, b, 

Mary Almena, b 



*William Alexander, b 
*Martha Hadassah, b 

Noyes Cleander, b 
*Helena Experience, b 

Julian Sidney, b 

Two other children died 



Sept. 13, 1815; d. Feb. 20, 1820. 

. Sept. 13, 1816; removed to Cali- 
fornia; res. in 1880, at Stockton. 
Feb. 19, 1818; m. H. A. Townsend. 
Sept. 7, 1820; m. Miss Hedges. 
Apr. 2, 1822; m, Mary A. Garey. 
Aug. 15, 1823 ; m. Asaph W. Wil- 
liams ; settled in Canada ; d, Jan. 
20, 1866. 

Aug. 31, 1825 ; m. Marion Stevens. 
Aug. 23, 1828 ; m. Finley Green. 
Nov. 23, 1830. 

Jan. 29, 1833 ; m. James Stokes. 
Aug. 2, 1835 ; d. Nov. 27, i860, in 
Stockton, Cal. 

young. 



(323.) David Nelson and Eunice Searle. 

Of Rowley; married Nov. 2, 1775. David, the father, died Dec. 19, 1847, ^S^d 
86 years. Eunice, his wife, died May 6, 1849, aged 82 years. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 95 

CHILDREN. 

891. Daniel, b. June 19, 1786; m. Sally Manning; res. New- 

buryport, Mass. 

892. Isaac, b. Jan. 11, 1788; m. Sybil Rice; settled at Win- 

throp. Me. 

893. Asa, b. Mar. 8, 1790; m. Ruth Perley; settled at George- 

town ; d. Dec. II, 1855. 

894. Abigail, b. July 7, 1793. 

895. Mary J., b. Sept. 2, 1802. 



(327.) Polly Spofford and David Cutter. 

Married in Jaffrey, N. H., Sept. 30, 1789. She lived over 90 years. 

CHILDREN. 

896. Isaac A., b. July 24, 1793; deceased. 

897. David A., b. June 9, 1795; "^- Tolman ; 2d, Sarah 

Pillsbury ; deceased. 

898. Polly A., b. Aug. 20, 1797 ; d. Aug. 14, 1800. 

899. *JOHN, b. A]3r. 29, 1800; m. Eliza Pillsbury. 

900. Luke, b. Apr. 6, 1802; d. Sept. 12, 1802. 

901. Polly, b. Mar. 2, 1803. 

902. Luke H., b. Apr. 28, 1805 ; died in Janesville, Wis., May 

25, 1881. 

903. Adonijah, b. Aug. 24, 1808; d. July 19, 1861 ; a clergy- 

man, at Hanover and Nelson, N. H. 

(329.) Abram Spofford and Sally Spalding. 

Married Feb. 5, 1799; settled in Barre and in Moretown, Vt. He died in 
Waitsfield, Vt., Dec. 24, 1852, his wife having died in Moretown, Vt., June 2, 
1846, aged 66. 

CHILDREN. 

904. Sally, b. Feb. 19, 1800; m. Joseph Freeman, 1826; 

died in Moretown, Vt. 

905. *Mary, b. Nov. 4, 1801 ; m. Lyman Fiske. 

906. *Betsey, b. June 30, 1803 ; m. John Taylor. 

907. Ayer, b. Jan. 15, 1805 ; m. Harry Olmstead, of El- 

more, Vt. ; 2d, Elder Albert Stone ; res. at 
Eden Mills, Vt. 

908. *MosES, b. Nov. I, 1806 ; m. Dorcas Parker. 



96 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



909. REiODA, 



916. 



b. Aug^. 12, 1808; m. Ira Carpenter, of More- 
town, Vt., 1835, ^^'^^- becoming the step- 
mother of the late U. S. Senator Matt Car- 
penter. She died at Janesville, Wis., May 
25, 1881. 

b. July 27, 18 10; d. Aug. 17, 1833, in More- 
town, Vt. 

b. July 22, 1812 ; died at Lowell, Mass., Dec. 
20, 1844. 

b. June 19, 1814; m. Laura Wood. 

b. July 2, 1816; d. Aug. 28, 1833. 

b. July 28, 1818; m. Caroline Fish. 

b. Apr. 30, 182 1 ; d. Aug. 25, 185 1, at Worces- 
ter, Vt. 
^Harriet N., b. Nov. 17, 1823 ; m. A. Whitney Conner. 



9 10. 


Gr.\ta, 


911. 


M[RIAM, 


912. 


*LUKE, 


913- 


Aaron, 


914. 


*Abram, 


915- 


Isaac, 



(330.) Rhoda Spoffokd and Moses Perkins. 

Both of Jaffrey, N. H. Married by Rev. Laban Ainsworth, Nov. 6, 1793. 
husband died March 27, 1854; Mrs. Perkins died Nov. 24, 1826. 



The 



917. 


Mary, 


918. 


*MosES Spof 


919. 


*Rhoda, 


920. 


Harriet, 


921. 


Eleazer, 


922. 


^Harriet C. 


923- 


*RUBY W., 


924 


Aphia, 


9^5- 


Mercy, 



926. 

927. 



*Aphia a. 
Aaron, 



children. 

b. Mar. 24, 1795; d. Oct. 29, 1831. 

b. Feb. I, 1797 ; m. Cozby Coolidge. 

b. Dec. 26, 1798; m. Aaron Hodgkins. 

b. Aug. 23, 1800; d. Nov. 17, 1802. 

b. Jan. 25, 1803 ; m. Mary A. Lawrence; 
d. Mar. 1 1, 1837. 

b. June I, 1805 ; m. Lucius Crane. 

b. Apr. 27, 1807; m. Cyrus Truli ; 2d, 
John Mead. 

b. July 10, 1809; d. Sept. 30, 1812. 

b. June 14, 181 1 ; m. Ezekiel Blake, Sept. 
10,1833; res. Chicopee Falls, Mass, 
where he was for twenty-seven years 
agent of the Chicopee Manufacturing 
Company. He died Nov. 27, 1872 ; 
his wife, Oct 6, 1879. 

b. July 4, 1815 ; m. John H. Smith. 

b, June 16, 1817 ; m. Maria Howe ; set- 
tled in Jaffrey, N. H., in the house built 
and occupied by his grandfather, Dea- 
con Eleazer Spofford. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 97 



(331.) MiKiAM Spofford and Isaac Mopse. 

Settled in Winchendon, Mass. She died Aug. 21, 1S19. Her husband, Isaac 
Morse, died Aug. 21, 1S50. 

CHILDREN. 



928. *Eliza, 

929. *S0PHIA A. 



932 

933 

934 
935' 



b. Jan. 9, 1802 ; m. Ashael Dewey ShurtlefF. 

b. Jan. I, 1805 ; m. Ephraini Murdock. 
*MiLTON S., b. Nov. 12, 1806; m. Elizabeth Cogswell. 
*RoANAH, b. Sept. 4, 1808; m. Elisha Murdock. 

Edward, ) , . 

' > b. Aug 
Edmund, ) 



o 1 d. Aug. 10, 181 

IS, 1810 : -^ ^ ■" 

^ ' { d. Oct. I, iSi 



Miriam C, b. Oct. i, 1812 ; d. Aug. 27, 1S13. 

Susan L., b. Sept. 2, 1816; m. Dr. Joshua Tucker, June 
4, 1840; res. at Boston, Mass, where Dr. 
Tucker was for many years a dentist of high 
repute, and where he died Nov. 7, 1881. 
936. Mary B., b. Jan. 10, 1819; d. Feb. 27, iSig. 



(332.) Abner Spofford and Betsey Leach. 

Of Jaffrey, N. H.; settled in Jaffrey; removed to New York, Michigan, and 
Wisconsin; killed, prior to 1861, by a fractious horse. She died January, 1S34. 



937- 
938. 

939- 
940. 

941. 

942. 

943- 
944- 



*Eliza, 

*Samuel Litch, 
*Sumner Flint, 
*Cynthia Miriam, 
*LuKE Aver, 
*Harriet Maria, 



children. . 

b. 1804; m. D. I'itman, 182c. 

b. Mar. i, 1806: m. Maria Hall 
b. May 11, 1808 ; m. Emeline E. Bixby. 
b. May 16, 18 10; m. Theodore Bissell. 
b. Nov. 21, 1813 ; m. Mary Niblack. 
b. Jan. 16, 1816 ; m. INIilton Hoag; 2d, 



A. B. Webster. 
*Americus McKENZiE,b. Apr. 20, 1820; in. Maria Glass. 
*Mary Augusta, b. Mar. 9, 1823; m. Dr. Armstrong. 



Second marriage with Sallv Morey. 



CHtLDREN. 



945. Abxer, b. Aug. 10, 1835. 

946. Charlotte, b. Mar. 5, 1839. 

947. Julia Mirriam, b. Jan. 2, 1842. 

948. John E., b. Sept. 19, 1844. 



98 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(334.) Sophia SroFFORD and Samuel Foster. 

Married 181 7; settled in Jaffrey, N. H., where both died. 

CHILDREN. 

949. *Eliza R., b. May 3, 1818 ; m. Dr. Thompson, 

950. Urania S., b. Dec. 13, 18 19; d. Mar. 26, 1839. 

951. *Eleazer Spofford, b. Sept. 24, 182 1 ; m. Sarah A. Adams. 

952. *HanlVah a., b. Aug. 28, 1823 ; m. Geo. H. Merrill, 

May 8, 1845 ; 2d, Harris Capwell. 
953- *Mary Flint, b. May i, 1828 ; m. Fortunatus Gleason. 

954. Jerome, b. Feb. 24, 1831 ; died in Calitornia, 

Jan. II, 1850. 

(335.) Rev. Luke A. Spofford anl Grata Rand. 

Married Nov. 12, 1816; she was of Rindge, N. H.; born May 10, 1787; a 
daughter of Daniel and Susannah (Hemenway) Rand. 

Rev. L. A. Spofford was born at Jaffrey, N. H., Nov. 5, 1785. He graduated 
at Middlebury College, and was first settled at Gilmanton, N. H. He was a 
devoted Christian pastor in Gilmanton, Brentwood, Lancaster, and Atkinson, 
N. H., Chilmark, Martha's Vineyard, and missionary in several Western States, 
and founder of several churches. He died at Rockport, Ind., Sept. 27, 1855. 
His wife died at Williamsburg, Ohio, Feb. 25, 1851, aged 63 years. 



955. Richard Cecil, 



956- 
957- 
958- 



959- 
960. 



children. 
b. Dec. 22, 18 17 ; graduate of Amherst 
College ; studied divinity ; died at 
Chilmark, Martha's Vineyard, May 
25' 1843. 
b. Feb. 12, 1820; m. John R. Wiltsie. 
b. Sept. 8, 182 1 ; m. Ophelia Martin, 
b. Sept. 19, 1823; m. Kben Wears, of 
Snaith, England ; res. at Ovvensville, 
Clermont County, Ohio. 
*AiNSwoRTH Rand, b. Sept. 12, 1825; m. Sarah P. Partridge, 
Ann Matilda, b. Sept. 22, 1827; d. July i, 1843, at 

Chilmark, Martha's Vineyard. 



*Mary Susan, 
*Henry Martin, 
Elizabeth Jane, 



(336.) Mary Ayer Spofford and Dr. Jere. Spofford. 

For family, see Jeremiah Spofford (422). 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 99 



(340.) TH03IAS Spofford and I^eulah Ransom. 

He was a native of Salem, N. H. ; married 1 792 ; settled in Whitestown, N. Y., 
and, after several removals, in Manheim (Dolgeville), Herkimer County, N. Y., 
and died in 1810; his wife died Oct. 8, 1849. 

CHILDREN. 

961. John, b. Nov. 18, 1794; d. in Indiana, Dec. 2, 1801. 

962. Betsey, b. Nov. 18, 1798; d. Dec. 2, 1801. 

963. Thomas, b. June 5, 180 r ; m. Sally Rundell. 

964. *SuSANNAH D., b. Nov. 20, 1804; HI. Elijah Rundell. 

965. *Calvin, b. Feb. 17, 1807 ; ni. Polly Rundell; 2d, Eliza 

Lamberson. 

966. Luke, b. Feb. 23, 1809; d. Feb, 1810. 



(341.) Sarah Spofford and Edavard Arnold, M. D. 

Settled in Hartland, Niagara County, N. Y., where the wife died Dec. 7, 1833. 
Dr. Arnold died Oct. 2, 1834. 

CHILDREN. 

967. Edward Rice, physician, died in Hartland, Feb. 28, 1829, 

aged 25 years. 

968. William M., d. in Hartland, Dec. 18, 183 1, aged 25 years, 

969. *Sarah JosLiN, b. June 14, 1808; m. James C. Lewis; 2d.' 

D. Safford Fassett, M. D. 



(342.) Isaac Spofford and Huldah Jenks. 

Settled in Fulton, Oswego County, N. Y., where he died in 1825. 

CHILDREN. 

m. Hon. George H. Fally ; deceased. 

deceased. 

second wife of Hon. George H. Fally ; 

deceased, 
died unm. 

m. ; res. at Fulton, N. Y. 

m. ; res. at Elmira, N. Y. 

unm. ; res. at Fulton, N. Y. 
977. George Frederic, died young. 



970. 


Sophronia, 


971. 


Susan, 


972. 


Betsey, 


973- 


Isaac Newton, 


974- 


John Milton, 


975- 


Martin B., 


976. 


Ira Jenks, 



loo PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(343.) Abram Spofford and Betsey Brooks. 

Married in 1806; settled in Jefferson County, N. Y.; he died Oct, 28, 1S43. 
Family removed to Michigan. 

CHILDREN. 

978. *Betsey Aroline, b. Sept. 10, 1807 ; m. John Kingston. 

979. Abigail B., b. Mar. 20, 1809; d. May 8, 1826. 

980. *Sarah B., b. Apr. 15, 1814; m. Elbridge Tilton, 

981. *ChristopherC,, b. P'eb. 9, i8i6-, m. Sophronia B. Steel, 

982. John, b. Dec, 4, 18 18; drowned in Indian River, 

N. Y., May 4, 1843. 

983. *WiLLiAM B., b Sept. 26, 1820; m. Almira Cobb. 

984. *SusAN C, b. Mar. 9, 1823 ; m. William Freeman. 

985. Abram H., b, Apr. 1,1830, 

(344.) John D. SroFFORD and Delilah Utter. 

Settled in Manheim, Herkimer County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

/ 986. Thomas U., b. May 21, 18 ro; m, Julia McKinney ; d. 

June 28, 1838. 

987. Sarah L., b. Aug. 23, 1811 ; m. Amariah Kibbe ; set- 

tled in New Haven, Oswego Co., N. Y. 

988. Mariette, b. Mar. 3, 1816; m. Henry Drummond. 

989. *JoHN Pembroke, b. Apr. 10, 1818; m. Mary Jane Hopson. 

990. Delilah, b. Apr. 25, 1820; m, Wni, S, Carpenter; 

settled in Oswego, N. Y. 
99T. Ayer, b. Aug, 22, 1822; m. Joseph Adel- settled 

in Oneida, Oneida County, N. Y. 

992. Emeline E., b. Dec. 18, 1824; m. Philip Helmer. 

(345.) Susan Hoyt Spofford and Lemuel Haskell. 

Married Feb. 9, 1824; settled at Clarkson, N. Y.; he died Dec. 3, 1881 ; Mrs. 
Haskell died June 14, 1S79. 

CHILDREN. 

993. *JoHN B., b. Nov. I, 1825; m. Cafrie M. Kelcham; 2d, 

Emma S. Rose. 

994. Henry M., b. Apr. 22, 1827 ; died at Beaufort, N. C, Oct. 

19, 1864. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. loi 



(350.) David Adams and Silence Sawin. 



CHILDREN. 



995. Silence J., b. Oct. 21, 1813 ; m. Julius C. Sherwin, 

June 4,. 1839. 

996. Edwin Spofford, b. Oct. 29, 1815; m. Cynthia A. Whit- 

beck, June 14, 1843 ; 2d, Frances E. 
Colby, Aug. 3, 1864; he was for many 
years a teacher in Brooklyn, N. Y. ; 
deceased. 

997. Catharine S., b. Apr. 11, 1818. 

998. Mary J., b. Nov. 6, 1820. 

999. David W., b. Feb. i, 1823. 
1000. Moses S., b. Oct. 19, 1826. 

(353.) Naomi Adams and Isaac Spofford. 

For family, see Isaac Spofford (376). 

(355.) Isaac Adams and Sophia Spofford. 

For family, see Sophia Spofford (364). 



(357.) Mary Spofford and Jeremiah Kimball. 

Of Ipswich; married April 22, 1799; she died Nov. 27, 1832. 

CHILDREN. 

1 001. John, died in infancy. 

1002. John Cleavland, settled in Troy, N. Y. ; editor. 

1003. Mary Tenney, m. Enoch Knight; settled in Newbury ; 

d. Sept. 21, 1880. 

1004. Hervey, settled in Newburyport; m. Mary Har- 

ris, who died March, 1882. 

1005. Edward, born in Ipswich, Jan. 31, 1806; settled 

in Newburyport; d. Aug. 20, 1883. 

1006. Priscilla. 1007. Joseph D. 1008. Lucretia. 



I02 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(358.) Hannah Spofford and John Parker. 

Married March 23, 1803; settled in Bradford, Mass., now Groveland. John 
Parker died 181 2. 

CHILDREN. 

1009. *Mary, b. Jan. 5, 1805 ; m. Rev. Milton P. Braman. 

loio. *JoHN Lewis, b. Aug. 31, 1807 ; m. Sarah S. Chaplin (1088). 

Second marriage with Daniel M. Spofford (395), Jan. 19, 1814; removed to 
Dedham, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

ion. *Harriet, b. Nov. 4, 1814; m John R. Pearl. 

1012. *WiNSLOW Peabody, b. Nov. 14, 18 16; m. Julia A. Torrence. 

1013. *Walter Kirby, b. Jan. 27, 1819; ra. Mary M. Hart. 

Daniel M. Spofford, the father, died Jan. 19, 1842. His wife died April, 1862, 
aged 82 years, — a woman " full of good works and alms deeds which she did." 

(359.) Sarah Spofford and William J. Poor. 

She died 1859. 

CHILDREN. 

1014. Mary T. 1015. Jane P. 1016. Hannah P. 
(360.) Huldah Spofford and Parker Spofford. 

For family, see Parker Spofford (382). 

(361.) Chandler Spofford and Betsey N. Cobb. 

She was of Derry, N. H. Married May 12, 181 2; settled in Bedford, N. H. 
He died May 13, 1857. His wife was born Dec. 31, 1789; died in Manchester, 
N. H., July 19, 1872, at the house of her son, John T. Spofford. 

CHILDREN. 

1017. *Jerusha C, b. May 29, 1813; m. Rodney McLaugh- 

lin. 

1018. *SuSAN C, b. Aug. 8, 1814; m. Rufus Merrill. 

1019. *Lemuel C, b. May 31, 1816; m. Esther Dean. 

1020. *JoHN Tenney, b. Apr. 29, 1821 ; m. Sarah G. French; 

2d, Caroline Eaton ; 3d, Martha Eaton. 

102 1. William Henry, b. Apr. 2, 1828; d. in Wisconsin, Feb. 

8, 1863. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 103 



(362.) Elizabeth Spofford and Joseph Noyes. 

Married March, 1S08. She died in Groveland, Nov. 11, 1832. 

CHILDREN. 

b. Jan. 17, 1809; d. Oct. 18, 1811. 

b. July 16, 181 1 ; d. December, 1828. 

b. June 13, 1814; ni. C. Matilda Chaplin. 

b. Oct. 16, 1816; in. Betse}"^ Greenough ; 
d. Aug. 17, 1837; his widow married 
Edwin T. Curtis, of Groveland. 

b. Apr. 15, t8i8 ; m. Elizabeth Holt; 2d, 
Sarah Cushman; res. Georgetown, Mass. 

b. Mar. 27, 1820; he changed his name to 
Charles Albert. 
Bainbridge C, b. Aug. 8, 1822 ; d. May 5, 1845 '■• ^''^ was 
a musician of uncommon ability, a leader 
at one time of the Salem (Mass.) Band. 

Second marriage with Theodore Parker, of Groveland, who died Feb. 4, 
1872, haivng married a-nd outlived a third wife, Hannah Hardy. 



1022. 


Hiram N., 


1023. 


El.IZA, 


1024. 


*HlRAM N., 


1025. 


George W., 


IC26. 


*ALrRED B., 


1027. 


Charles N., 


1028. 


Bainbridge 



children. 

1020. Eliza N., ) , t o ( res. Groveland, Mass. 

^ r b. Jan. 2, 1830 •,-( • t^ •, 

1030. "^Cynthia, ) ( m. Laurentio Bailey. 

1031. Emily S., b. July 20, 1832 ; d. December, 1857. 



(364.) Sophia Spofford and Isaac Adams (355). 

Married jNIarch 27, 1823; settled in Boxford, Mass. 



CHILDREN. 



1032. Charles Israel, 



1034. 



1035- 



*Mary Parker. 



b. Dec. 21, 1823 ; graduated at Dart- 
mouth College, July, 1852 ; Har- 
vard Law School, 1857 ; died in 
Boxford, Mass., March, 1862. 

b. Sept. 24, 1826; m. L. H.Peckham. 
Chandler Braman, b. July 18, 1829 ; graduated as civil 

engineer at Union College, Sche- 
nectady ; died at Monticello, Minn., 
Nov. 17, 1862. 
An infant daughter. 



I04 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

Mrs. Adams died Dec. 21, 1832; her husband (355) afterwards married Sophia 
y. Searle, of Georgetown, Mass., April 2, 1833. She died at Reading, Mass., Oct, 
10, 1S77, aged 72; her husband, also at Reading, July 31, 1876. 

CHILDREN. 

1036. Sarah Sophia, b. Oct. 5, 1834; a successful teacher 

more than twenty-five years ; died at 
Gowanda, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1881. 

1037. Isaac Milton, b. Oct. 5, 1841 ; m. Emeline Twitchell, 

of Boston, Nov. 26, T863 ; settled in 
Dakota. 
103S. Stephen Searle, b. Nov. 8, 1842 ; m. Hannah Goodall, 

1873 ; settled in Dakota. 

(365.) John T. Spofford and Elizabeth Cobuen. 

Married Sept. 5, 1824; he died in Maiden, Aug. 29, 1882; the wife, Elizabeth, 
died in Newburyport, Dec. 12, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 



1039. John, b. Sept. 29, 1825 ; d. Feb. 25, 1827. 

1040. *JoHN Abner, b. Feb. 27, 1827 ; m. Deborah H. Trull. 

1041. *Anstice C, ) u t 0^0 f ni. Wm. B. Tappan. 
^ ' > b. Jan. 22, 1828 ; ■< ^ ^ 

1042. ^Elizabeth C, ) ( ni. Curtis R. Moulton. 

1043. Julia Frances, b. May 11, 1831 ; m. William Alexander; 

' res. at Newburyport, Mass. 

1044. Ellen Maria, b. Oct. 13, 1833 ; res. at Maiden, Mass. 

1045. *Edwin F., b. Sept. 26, 1836 ; m. Harriet M. Page ; 

2d, Susannah M. Kennison. 

1046. *JennieTenney, b. Sept. 28, 1841 ; m. John Oliver Akerman. 

(366.) Anstice Spofford and Leonard Carleton. 

Of Bradford. She died April 9, 1837, having married a second husband, Mr. 
Henry Fletcher, of Lowell, Mass. 

child. 

1047. Priscilla, m. Mr. Hubbard; res. at Boston, Mass. 

(367.) Uriah Gage Spofford and Mary Perkins. 

Of Essex, Mass. Married Nov. 24, 1825; lived in Georgetown, Essex, and 
Groveland, Mass. He died at Appleton, Wis., Nov. 18, 1885, at the home of his 
daughter, Mrs. Reeve. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 105 

CHILDREN. 

1048. *Prescott, b, Aug. 15, 1826; m. Lizzie Burnham. 

1049. *J. Perkins, b. Sept. 29, 1829; m. Mary B. Parker. 

1050. Mary Sophia, b. Sept. 8, 1833 ; died in Groveland, May 

6, 1868. 

105 1. *Laura, b. May 20, 1835 ; m. Dr. James T. Reeve. 

1052. Augusta F., b. Apr. 29, 183S ; d. Mar. 6, 1839, 



(3G8.) Judith Spofford and David Tenney. 

Married about 1794; settled in Byfield; removed to Newbury, Mass., where 
she died July, 1831. Her husband was a son of Richard and Abigail (Perley) 
Tenney; born. Sept. 28, 1766; died April 9, 1826. 

CHILDREN. 

1053. Moody, died young. 

1054. David, died young. 

1055. *Abigail, b. Jan. 15, 1797 ; m. James Young. 

1056. *Pamela, b. Mar. 28, 1798; m. Jacob Young. 

1057. *Richard, b. Mar. 1,1802; m. Sophronia Gary ; 

2d, Hannah Gary; 3d, Jane Little. 

1058. Daniel Spofford, b. Sept. 25, 1805 ; m. Garoline Little. 

(370.) Daniel Spofford and Mary Nelson. 

Both of Georgetown. Settled in Newburyport, Mass., where he was a mer 
chant; died June 26, 1805. His wife died 1819. 

CHILDREN. 

1059. *Sarah, b. May 17, 1797 ; m. Paul Spofford (526). 

1060. *GHAkLES N., b. Nov. 28, 1803 ; m. Martha Tileston. 

(371.) Phebe Spoiford and Henry Dole. 

Settled in Byfield. 

CHILDREN. 

io6r. Sally, m. Samuel Gheney ; settled in Byfield. 

1062. MooDY S., m. Mary Jewett ; d. Mar. 11, 1887. 

1063. Henry, m. Mrs. Vance (formerly Lettice Bickford), who 

died in 1881. 



io6 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(373.) Moody Spofford and Betsey S. Spofford (398). 

Married March i8, 1806; settled in Georgetown; removed to Bradford, Mass., 
where she died November, 1875, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hall. 

CHILD. 

1064. *Emily Spofford, b. Jan. 6, 1807 ; m. William Hall, Esq. 
(376.) Isaac Spofford and Naomi Adams (353). 

Settled in Georgetown; removed to Brighton, Mass. Mrs. Spofford died Nov. 

5. 1854. 

CHILDREN. 

1065. Edwin Colman, died young. 

1066. Lewis Tenney, died young. 

1067. Sarah Hale, died about 22. 

1068. Lewis Edwin, died about 21. 

1069. Phebe Adams, m. Mr. Morse, of Roxbury, Mass. 

1070. LuciNDA Baxter, died about 15. 

(377.) Eliphalet Spofford and Sarah Palmer. 

Married May 9, 1811; settled in Georgetown, where both died. 

CHILDREN. 

1071. *SuMNER P., b. Oct. 27, 1813 ; m. Abigail Marden. 

1072. Martha L., b. May 15, 1815; m. Luther Palmer. 

1073. *Edwin C, b. Apr. 12, 1817; m. Almira Daniels. 

1074. *AuGUSTUS M., b. Aug. 28, 1825 ; m. Ellen Adams. 

(379.) Pamela Spofford and Nathan Carleton. 

Married Jan. 16, 181 5; resided in Georgetown, Mass., where she did July 30 
1847, aged 57. 

CHILD. 

1075. Albert, b. ; d. June 13, 1854. 



(380.) William Spofford and Eunice Lincoln. 

Married Feb. 7, 1803; settled in Georgetown. She was of Norton, Mass. He 
died 1855, aged 80; Mrs. Spofford died July 19, 1852, aged 71. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 107 



CHILDREN. 



1076. 
1077. 
1078. 
1079. 
1080. 
1081. 
1082. 



*Calvin 

Alfred, 
=*Leander, 
*Catharine, 
^William Henry, k Oct 
*Maria J., 

Lucy, 



b. Nov. 27, 1803 ; m. Eliza Gilbert, 
b. Jan. 13, 180S ; d. Aug. 8, 185 1. 

8, 1807 ; m, Mary Perley. 

I, 1810; m. Robert Savary. 

I, 181 1 ; m. Sarah Gordon, 
b. May 28, 1816; m, Thomas Chaffile. 
k May 21, 182 1 ; died young. 



b. Jan. 
b. Jan. 



(381.) Martha Spofforb and Capt. Eliphalet Chaplin. 

Married 1802; settled in Georgetown, where she died in 1856. 



CHILDREN. 



1083. 
1084. 
1085. 
1086. 
1087. 

1088. 
1089. 
1090. 

1091. 
1092. 



*LUCY, 

William, 
*Martha, 
*Mary, 
*George W-, 

*Sarah, 

*Roxbee, 

*Charles, 



b. 
b. 
b. 
K 
K 

h 
b 
b. 



m. John Davis. 

deceased. 

m. William M. Shute. 

m. John Lowe. 

ra. Charlotte E. Spof- 



* Henry Prescott, b. 
*Caroline Matilda, b. 



May, 1803 

Nov., 1804 

Aug., 1806 

May, 1808 

Nov., 1809 

ford. 

June, 181 1 ; m. John L. Parker. 

July, 1813 ; m. Caleb G. Tyler. 

Man, 1815; in, Sarah Wightman ; 

2d, Charlotte Nelson. 

Aug., 1816; m. Martha Carleton. 

Nov., 1819; m. Hiram N. Noyes. 



(382.) Parker Spofford and Huldah Spofford (360), 

Settled in Georgetown, Mass. She died Feb. 13,, 1810. 



1093. 

IC94. 

1095. 
1096. 
1097. 



children. 

*Gardner, b. July 11, 1800; m. Mary Platts. 

Greenleaf, b. Apr. 9, 1802 ; m. Emily Wilmarth ; died in 
Haverhill, Mass., May 19, 1887. 

Gage, b. July 21, 1804; d. 1861. 

Chandler, died young. 
*Eliza, b. Feb. 18 ; m. Mr. Bennet. 



io8 TARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 
Second marriage with Hannah Wilkins. 



1098. *Emeline, 

1099. *George p., 

1 1 00. Pamela, 

11 01. *Marv Jane, 

1 102. Sarah, 

IT 03. *LucY Ann, 

1 104. *Caroline M 

1105. *Moses, 

1 106. William, 

1 107. Martha L., 



children. 

b. May i, 1817 ; m. Willard Rice. 

b. June I, 1818; m. Salana P. Cheney. 

b. Dec. 7, 18 19; an experienced nurse; 

died in Georgetown, Aug. 6, 1887. 
b. Dec. 3, 1821 ; m. Rosea C. Killam. 
b. Aug. 1,1824; m. Joseph P. Stick- 

ney, of Georgetown, 
b. Jan. 16, 1825 ; m. John Savage. 
atilda, b. Nov. 8, 1826; m. Alfred Cheney, 
b. Nov. 6, 1827; m. Eliza Cheney, 
b. July 30, 1830; died aged 12 years. 
b. Mar. 8, 1834. 



(383.) Daxiel Spoffoed and Hannah Haedy. 

Settled in Georgetown, afterward in Saugus, Mass., where he died March 5, 
1861. She was a daughter of Simeon Hardy, of East Bradford, now Groveland. 
She died in Saugus, April 6, 1866. 



1108. 
I109. 

11 10. 

1 1 1 1. 

1 1 12. 



1113. 
1 1 14. 
1115. 
1 1 16. 



*SlMEON, 



*Sally, 
*Hannah, 

*WlLLIAM, 

Louisa S., 



*Daniel M., 
*Charles p., 
Catharine, 



children. 



b. June 3, 1813. 
b. Nov. 7, 1815 
b. Mar. 31, 1818 
b. Mar. 27, 1821 
b. Apr. 5, 1823 



m. Putnam Perley. 
m. James G. Rand, 
m. Sarah J. Sumner; 
m. Wm. White ; died at 
South Weymouth, Mass., Sept., 1847, 
leaving a daughter, also deceased, 
b. Feb. 28, 1825 ; m. Lydia A. Adams, 
b. Feb. 17, 1828; m. Charlotte Pinkham. 
b. Mar. 13, 1830; died at Foxboro, 1846. 
Moses Parker, b. Mar. 5, 1833 ; ^ soldier in the War of 
the Rebellion. 



(384.) Saeah Spoffoed and Robeet Haeyey. 

Married in Georgetown, Mass., by Rev. Isaac Braman, June 5, 1813. Removed 
from Bangor, Me., 1841, to Hampton, Rock Island County, 111., where he died 
Aug. 2, 1848; his wife, Sarah Spofiford, died Sept. 23, 1S59. He was a native of 
Nottingham, N. H.; born Dec. 9, 1791. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 109 

CHILDREN. 

H17. James F., born in Bangor, Me., Dec. 9, 1815; died in 

Minnesota, Oct., 1863, leaving two daugh- 
ters. 

1 1 18. William S., died in Maine, aged 18 years. 

1 119. Maria E., died in Maine, aged 10 years. 

1 120. Martha A., b. Dec, 1819 ; m. Andrew Jennings; res. Ga- 

lena, 111. 

1121. *Mrs. RoxBEE S. Jennings. 

1 1 22. *Mrs. Sarah S.Johnson. , 

1 1 23. *Mrs. M. G. Roberts. 

1124. Robert G., b. 1830; res. Burnet te, Neb.; has five surviv- 

ing children (in 1887); by occupation a 
furniture dealer. 

(385.) EoxBEE Spofford and Preston Lincoln. 

She died at the house of her sister, Mrs. ChapHn, Feb. 5, 1856, aged 62. 

CHILD. 
I [25. Maria Louisa, died young. 



(386.) Judith Dodge ^ and Thomas Peabody. 

He was born in Haverhill, Mass., Sept. 7, 1763; settled in Haverhill; removed 
to Danvers, now Peabody, Mass., in 1795. She died in Lockport, N. Y., July 22, 
1830, aged 50. 

CHILDREN. 

1126. David, b. Apr. 23, 1790; m. Sarah Caldwell; 2d, 

Phebe D. Reynolds. Children : George, 
b. Apr. 19, 1815; d. Sept. 24, 1832, Julia 
A., b. Apr. 25, 1838; m. C. W. Chandler. 

1127. AcHSAH, b. Nov. 14, 1791; d. Feb. 7, 1821. 

' In the former edition of this work, no fixed rule was adopted in regard to following female 
lines of descent. In the case of the aunts of the author, Nos- 132, 140 and 141, three generations 
were given, and that nothing included in the old book might be omitted in the present edition, 
these are retained in an abbreviated form, although the wider range of this record necessitated a 
limit at two geaerations, in all other instances. 



no PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

1 128. George, b. Feb. 18, 1795 ; the banker of London, Eng., 

whose princely benefactions excited the 
surprise and gratitude of two continents. 
He died in London, Nov. 4, 1869, his fu 
neral services being solemnized in West- 
minster Abbey by order of Queen Victoria, 
Interment at Peabody, Mass., Feb. 8, 1870. 

1129. Judith D., b. Apr. 5, 1799; m. Jeremiah Russell, Esq., 

of Georgetown ; 2d, R. S. Daniels, of Dan- 
vers. Child: George Peabody Russell, b. 
May 12, 1834; m. Lucy J. Campbell, July 5, 
i860 J res. Isle of Wight, Eng, where Mrs. 
Russell died, 1888. Mrs. Daniels died in 
Georgetown, Mass., Apr. 20, 1879. 

1 130. Thomas, b. Apr. 17, 1801 ; died in Buffalo, N. Y., Apr, 

16, 1835, 
.1131. Jeremiah D., b. Jan. 23, 1805 ; m., Dec. 22, 1839, Ellen M. 

Hanna, of Baltimore ; res. Zanesville, O. 
Children : George H., b. Oct. 19, 1830 ; m. 
Belle Ward. James R., b. June 5, 1832 ; 
m. Ann Ebert. Ellen S., b. Dec. 3, 1S33 ; 
d. Nov. 10, 1840. Arthur J., b. Oct. 8, 
1835. R. Singleton, b. June 12, 1837 ; m. 
Miss Goddard. Margaret A., b, Feb. 12, 
1839; ^^- Aug. 28, 1839. Charles Breck- 
enridge, b. Sept. 24, 1840. Judith D., b. 
Aug. 21, 1842; m. Edmund Brush. Ellen 
R., b. Aug. 25, 1844. 

1132. Mary G., b. Sept, 7, 1807; m. Caleb Marsh, April, 

1827 ; d. Aug, 28, 1834- Children : Mary, 
b, Aug. 26, 1829 ; m. R. H, Waters. 0th- 
niel, b. Oct. 29, 183 1 ; professor in Yale 
College, George P., died young, 

1133. SoPHRONiA P., b, Nov. 4, 1809; m. Elbridge Little. Chil- 

dren; Sophronia P., b, Nov. 10, 183 1; d. 
Sept., 1832. George P., b. June 20, 1834; 
m. Lizzie Knox. Jere. Russell, b, Sept. 4, 
1836 ; m. Ellen Rogers. Allen F., b. Aug. 
12, 1838; m. Kate Nelson. Henry C, 
b. Mar. 31, 1842 ; m. Nettie Knox, Mary 
P., b. Aug. 6, 1845 ; died young. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH, in 

(387.) Tempy Dodge 1 and Dr. Jeremiah Jewktt. 

Of Rowley. She was of Georgetown; married 1797; settled in Barnstead, 
N. H., where she died Nov. 11, 1872, aged 100 years, 7 months, 7 days. 

CHILDREN. 

1 134. Jane, m. Hazen Wheeler; settled in Barnstead, N.H. 

1 135. Spofford D., b. Sept. n, 1801 ; graduated at Dartmouth 

College, 1826 ; Andover Theological Sem- 
inary, 1823 ; settled over churches in Gris- 
wold, Windsor, Westchester, and Middle- 
field, Conn. He died in the latter place, 
Mar. II, 1888; his wife had died a few 
weeks before. 

1 136. J. Peabody, physician in Lowell, Mass.; author of a his- 

tory of Barnstead, N. H.; he died June 
23, 1870. 

/ 
(389.) Eliphalet Dodge ^ and Mary Cox. 

Married Feb. 13, 1802; settled in Thetford, Vt., where he died Dec. 6, 1864. 



1 137. George, 



1 138. 
1139- 



Charles, 
Mary, 



1141. 



CHILDREN. 

b. Dec. 28, 1802 ; m Octavia Freeman, Sept. 
15, 1826. Children : George E., b. June 
8, 1828 ; m. Corneha E. Blake. William 
O., b. May 24, 1830; m Mary Banker. 
Charles P., b. March 12, 1838; d. Oct. 11, 
1839. 

b. Apr. 23, 1804; m. Ann Rankins. 

b. Mar. 22, 1806; m., Dec. 9, 1842, David 
Slack. Children: Albert E., b. Dec. 31, 
1842 ; m. Addie Howe; res. Everett, Mass. 

b, Jan. 5, 1808 ; m., Sept. 4, 1834, Lucinda 
W^ilcox. Children: Kate L., b. July ir, 
1838. Frances L.,b. Oct. 21, 1841. Smith 
G., b. Oct. 15, 1846; d. Feb. 11, 1850. 
Mason S., b. June 19, 185 1 ; d. May 24, 
1863. 
SoPHRONiA P., b. Sept. 17, 1809. 



1140. Daniel, 



^ See note, p. 109. 



112 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



1142. Adaline, 

1 143. Jeremiah, 



1 1 44. William, 

1145. Albert E., 

1 1 46. Adaline, 



1 147. Harvey, 



1147^. Edwin, 
ii47<5. Amanda, 



b. July 24. t8ii ; d. Apr. 23, 1812. 

b. Ftb. 14, 1813 ; m., Nov., 1836, Sophia N. 
Ghurch ; d. Nov. 6, 1864. Children : Har- 
riet, b. Dec. IT, 1837; d. Dec. 25, 1837. 
Amelia G., b. Mar. 29, 1840; d. July ii> 
1842. William A., b. May 21, 1843; m. 
Frances M. Niles ; res. Post Mills, Vt. 

b. Sept. 19, 1815 ; m. Elizabeth Sanborn; d. 
Mar. 27, 1867. 

b. Aug. 22, 181 7 ; m. Louisa Jepson, Dec. 
23, 1847. Children ; Geo. P., Frank A., b. 
May 10, 1854. Arthur C, b. July 3, 1864. 

b. Jan. 26, 1819; m. Brias 1). Wilcox, June 
12, 1849 ; res. Post Mills, Vt. Children : 
Maria L., b July 24, 1850 ; m. T. W. D. 
W^orthen, Aug. 20, 1874. 

b. Aug. 26, 1821 ; m. Sarah J. Riley, Apr. 9, 
1846 ; rer. Post Mills, Vt. Children : Bur- 
ton R., b. May 27, 185 1. Edward S., b. 
Mar. 23, 1857 ; d. Nov. 4, i860. Henry 
M., b. Nov. 9, 1858. A son, b. Nov. 18, 
1866; d. Dec. 17, 1866. 

b. Aug. 25, 1823 ; d. Aug. 25, 1825. 

b. Jan. 27, 1826. 



(394.) Dr. Moses D. Spofford and Irene Mighill. . 

Married Dec. 6, 1798; settled in Rowley, now Georgetown. He was in exten- 
sive medical practice nearly forty years; died of paralysis, Nov. 31, 1832. 

CHILDREN. 

1148. ^Lavinia, b. Dec. 12, 1799; m. Orin Weston. 

1149. Marietta M., b. Jan. 17, 1803; res. Georgetown, Mass, 

1150. *Harrison B., b. Oct. 12, 1806; m. Abigail P. Kilham. 

1151. *Leverett W., b. Nov. 11, 1809; m. Julia Adams. 

(395.) Ensign Daniel M. Spofford and Mrs. Hannah 
Parker. 

For family, see Hannah Spofford (358). 

(398.) Betsey Spofford and Moody Spofford. 

For family, see Moody Spofford (373). 



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RICHARD S. SPOFFORD, M. D. 
NEWBURYPORT, MASS. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 113 

(400.) Dr. Eiciiaed S. Spofford and Mrs. Frances M. 
Lord. 

" Dr. Spofford fitted for college at Phillips Academy, Andover, and entered 
Harvard in the class which graduated 1812. While in college he was pre-eminent 
as a mathematical scholar, carrying off the 'Great Slate,' which in those days 
was accorded to the best mathematician of the class, passing from hand to hand 
as a college heirloom. The contest in this case was between himself and the late 
learned Judge Peleg Sprague. 

" Dr. Spofford pursued the studies of his profession with his father and with his 
brother, finishing his course at the Philadelphia College. On receiving his 
diploma, he joined his brother in practice at Rowley, but in 1816 he removed to 
Newburyport, where he remained in active practice for more than fifty years, 
having withdrawn therefrom only a few years before his death. 

"To speak of Dr. Spofford's skill and attainments in his profession is simply to 
rehearse a universally admitted fact while he was living, — one which will long 
have a traditional verification in all the country-side where his arduous practice 
lay, including Newburyport and all the adjacent towns. Called often in consul- 
tation with other leading physicians of the metropolis and of other States, and 
having had the care of many illustrious patients, there was that just appreciation of 
his wisdom and learning, of his zeal and fidelity, his quick perceptions and intui- 
tive resolutions, which made his name known and respected far Ijeyond the local 
limits of his professional arena. Always a student and lover of scientific inquiry, 
ha brought to the augmentation of his efficiency as a physician great knowledge 
in all the departments of natural science, a mind balanced with that equipoise 
derived from mathematical studies and the tender feelings of his sympathetic 
nature." 

" He was a very active citizen; personally never moved by political aspirations; 
friend, admirer, and enthusiastic supporter of Caleb Gushing; cooperated with 
Mr. Wm. Bartlett in introducing cotton manufacture into Newburyport, acting as 
one of the building comimittee and directors of the Bartlett Mills; member and 
one of the founders of the Merrimack Humane Society. For a number of years 
he was one of the overseers of Harvard University." 

Dr. Spofford died in Newburyport, Jan. 19, 1872, aged nearly 85, and was 
interred with Masonic honors, having attained the highest degrees of that Order. 

" Mrs. Frances Maria Spofford was born in Plymouth, England, in the year i8oi 
Her father was John Mills, the poet and actor, a Scotchman, whose family in sev- 
eral branches had won dramatic and artistic eminence. Mr. Mills was an imme- 
diate descendant of Christopher Kilby, long the agent of the colony of Massachu- 
setts and of the city of Boston at the court of Great Britain, and for whom, in 
acknowledgment of his liberal donation at the time of a conflagration, Kilby 
Street was named; another descendant in the same generation being the seventh 
Duchess of Argyl. That Dalrymple, who was the friend and patron of Burns, was 
the first husband of Mrs. Spofford's grandmother, and her grandmother's near rel- 
ative was the wife of James Otis, the patriot. Her mother was the daughter of 
James Mothershead Errington, and the only surviving relatives of this connection 
are the family of which Frances Eleanor TroUope, the wife of T. Adolphus Trol- 



114 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

lope, is a distinguished member. Orphaned in childhood, she became the adopted 
daughter of Mrs. Susannah Rawson, the author of "Charlotte Temple " and sev- 
eral other prominent works of our earlier literature, and at \^'hose famous school 
many of the leading women of the past generations received a superior education; 
a school to whose management Mrs. Spofford succeeded, although but for a brief 
season, as she married, at an early age, Mr. George Lord, a brother of the wife 
of Rev. John Pierpont, the poet, by whom she bore one child, Mrs. Georgiana 
Hall, a contril:>utor to our current literature. In her early days Mrs. Spofford was 
of rare personal beauty, and throughout her life she retained a remarkable dignity 
and grace of manner." 

CHILDREN. 

1152. *RiCHARD S., b. July 30, 1833; m. Harriet E. Prescott. 

1 153. Frances E., b. June 13, 1835. 

1 154. George M., b. July 16, 1840; d. Dec. 11, 1845. 

(401.)' Sewall Spofford tin4 Elizabeth Nelson. 

Married May 21, 1818. She was a daughter of Nathaniel and Sally (Chaplin) 
Nelson; she died July 2, 1828. He built the house formerly occupied by Harri- 
son Spofford, removing thence to the one long occupied by Col. Daniel Spofford; 
purchased in 1850 the " old farm," which had been leased by the town or first 
parish of Rowley a hundred and fifty years. The early life of Sewall Spofford 
was spent in agricultural pursuits, a few weeks at the district school in winter 
comprising all his early educational advantages. 

In middle life he was engaged in the business of road building in various parts 
of the county of Essex, the county commissioners being frequently called to lay 
out new highways previous to the advent of railroads. 

He always manifested much interest in public affairs, took a prominent part in 
procuring the act of incorporation of the town of Georgetown, and served on its 
early boards of selectmen and assessors. 

He \^•as a natural mechanic, and took a lively interest in all new inventions, 
being the first man in his native town to use a cast-iron plough. 

In politics he was a Whig of the stanchest kind. He believed in a high pro- 
tective tariff and the consequent development of home industries and home mar- 
kets, but he was not an original abolitionist, or a believer in Charles Sumner, until 
after the Brooks assault; that affair demonstrated to his mind that slavery and 
freedom could n't live together, and if either must die, slavery should go to the 
wall; consequently, he ever after acted with the Republican party. 

In early life he espoused the cause of Freemasonry, and bore aloft its sacred 
emblems throughout the darkest clays of its New England history. He took the 
Royal Arch degrees, and was buried with Masonic honors by the Haverhill Pen- 
tucket Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, Nov. 6, 1S65. 

The latter part of his life was devoted exclusively to the business of farming, 
and his purchase of the Parish Farm on which the residence of John Spofford, the 
first representative of the family in America, was located, has more particularly 
identified his name with the history of the Spofford family. 




SEWALL SPOFFORD. 
GEORGETOWN, MASS. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 115 

CHILDREN. 

1155. Mary E., b. Feb. 18, 1819; d. June 23, 1829. 

1 156. Charles S., b. Nov. 2, 182 1. Present owner and occu- 

pant of the farm in Georgetown, Mass., 
where the several gatherings of the Spof- 
ford family have taken place. 

1 157. *George M., b. June 8, 1824; m. Sarah P. Hood. 

1158. *Nelson, b. June 8, 1826; m. Lucy A. Edwards. 

(403.) MiGHiLL, Spofford and Mehitable Dole. 

Married May 20, 1824; settled in Georgetown. She died Jan. 8, 1880, aged 84. 

CHILD. 

1 159. *Jerome B., b. June 8, 1825 ; m. Laura Littlefield. 
(404.) George Spofford and Clarissa T. Tpiurston. 

Married March 25, 1819; settled in Georgetown, Mass., where he died Feb. 18, 
1873, aged 80. His wife was born Dec. 7, 1802; died May 23, 1882. 

CHILD. 

1 160. *Amos, b. June 23, 1822 ; m. Sophila Savary. 



(406.) David B. Tenney and Hannah Little. 

She was of Hampstead, N. H.; they settled in Salem, Mass., then in George- 
town, Mass., where he died Oct. 23, 1829. 

CHILDREN. 

1161. Orlando B., b. Dec. 18, 1816; m. Lydia M. Harriman ; 

res. at Georgetown, Mass. 

1162. Eveline M., b. Jan. 14, 1819; m. Charles J, Bailey ; she 

died in Georgetown, Sept, 16, 1863. 

1 163. Putnam F., b. May 11, 1821 ; m. Almira Ward. 

1164. Rosamond L., b. Dec. 29, 1823; m. Alfred P. Bateman ; d. 

Sept. 16, 1848. 

1 165. David B., b. Feb. 13, 1826; m. Caroline M. Stocker. 

He has been for many years city clerk of 
Haverhill, Mass. 

1 166. George S., b. May 10, 1828. 



ii6 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. ! 

) 

(410.) Daniel Perley and Sarah Whittier. I 

Settled in Haverhill, Mass., where he died Sept. 12, 1836. i 

i 
CHILD. • 

1 167. William, b, Aug. 2, 1833; m. Ada B. Merrill- res. Ha\er- 

hill, Mass. 

(411.) Amos Perlev and Mary Rogers. ' 

.Settled in Haverhill, Mass., where he died June 12, 1836. 

CHILDREN. 

1 168. Ann M,, m. Charles Evans, of Haverhill, Mass. ; 

1 169. Sarah W., m, William Day, of Bradford, Mass. 

(412.) Mary Ann Perley and Leonard Whittier. 

Married Oct. 4, 1824; settled in Haverhill, Mass., where he died April 19. , 
1867. Mrs. Whittier died Dec. 30, 1881. 

CHILDREN. ; 

1 170. Sarah P., b. June 5, 1826; res. Haverhill, Mass. j 

1171. Caroline M., b. Feb. 28, 1828; m. Rev. Arthur S. \ 

Train, June i, 1852, who died Jan. 
2, 1872 ; Mrs, Train resides in Ha- 
verhill. 

1172. Leonard Edward, b. Feb. 2, 1833; m, Caroline D. Brown, 

Oct. 4, 1855 ; res. Haverhill, Mass., 
and St. Paul, Minn. 

(413.) Elvira Perley and Moses K. Tyler. 

Of Haverhill. Mrs. Tyler died July 14, 1867. 

CHILD. 

1 1 73. Ellen, b. Apr, 20, 1842; m, Jas. S. Ames, Aug. 8, 1866, 

who died Nov. 18, 1866. 



(417.) Lucy Spofford and Amos J. Tenney, Esq. 

Settled in Georgetown, Mass., where he followed a long and successful business 
career as a shoe manufacturer. \ 

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PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 117 

CHILDREN. 

1174. *Charles Spofford, b. Oct. 25, 1802; m. Elizabeth Nel- 

son ; 2d, Sarah C. Poor. 

1175. *George Jewett, b. Aug. 28, 1805; m. Susan Nelson. 

1 176. Milton, b. Feb. 7, 1807; d. Jan. i, 1814. 

1177. *RiCHARD, b. Feb. 13, 1810; m. Mary Sophia Nel- 

son. 

1178. *LucY H., b. May i, 1812; m. Richmond Dole. 

1 1 79. Harriet Braman, b. Nov. 7, 182 1 ; d. Jan. 22, 1S33. 

Mrs. Tenney died May 2, 1833, aged 53. Amos J. Tenney married second, 
Aphia Spofford, May 9, 1834, and died 1840. His widow, Aphia (Spofford) 
Tenney, died Feb. 12, 1879, at the house of her son, Richard Tenney. 

(421.) Judith Spofford and Ja^ies Merrill. 

Married Feb. 15, 1810; settled in Georgetown; removed to Groveland, where 
he died Jan. 8, 1842, aged 54. Judith Spofford, his wife, died June 7, 1840. 

children. 

11 80. *Maria Bartlett, b. Jan. 20, 181 1 ; m. William Varney. 

1181. Burton Edwards, b. Feb. i, 1815; m. Elizabeth Savary; 

2d, Elizabeth L. Perry, a daughter of 
Rev. Gardner B. Perry, D. D. She 
died Dec. 27, 1881. 

1 182. Albion Milton, b. Nov. 30, 181 7 ; m. Charlotte Hop- 

kinson, June 8, 1848 ; died in Grove 
land, Oct. 8, 1854; his widow after- 
ward married Moses Foster, Grove 
land. 

1183. *Otis Bradstreet, b. Mar. 30, 1820; m. Sarah Coffin. 

1 184. Aphia Spofford, b. Feb. 20, 182 1; d. Feb. 13, 1S26. 

1185. A son, b. Aug. 31, 1825 ; d. Sept. 18, 1825. 

(422.) Dr. Jere. Spoffohd and Mary Ayer Spofford. 

Of Jaffrey, N. H.; married Oct. 14, 1 81 3; settled in Hampstead, 181 3; removed 
to Bradford, now Groveland, 181 7, where he continued in medical practice fifty- 
two years; author of this work and of a Massachusetts gazetteer. He died Sept. 
16, 1880, aged 92; Mary Ayer, his wife, died Aug. 9, 18^9, aged 86 years, 11 
months. 

9 



ii8 PA RENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



iiS6. 
1187. 
1 1 88-. 
1189. 



1 191. 

1 192. 

1193- 
1 194. 



CHILDREN. 

*Laura Ayer, b. Sept. 28, 1814; 

Charles Whiton, b. Nov. 20, 1816; 

*Charlotte Eustis, b. Feb. 8, 1819; 



Herschel a., 



1 190. Mary Putnam, 



*Cecilia Peabod'S", 

*MORRIS, 

Lucy Tenney, 
Aphia Tenney, 



b. July 19, 1821 ; 
who died June 
a daughter of 
Anna (Parker) 
A. Hopkinson ; 

b. Nov. 20, 1823 ; 
Groveland. 

b. Aug. 5, 1826; 

b. Sept. 30, 1829 ; 

b. Nov. 25, 183 1 ; 

b. Aug. 10, 1834; 
Mass. 



m. M. P. Atwood. 

res. in Groveland. 

m. G. W. Chaplin. 

m. Sarah Stickney, 

13. 1885 ; she was 
Col. Daniel B. and 
Stickney ; 2d, Mary 

res. Groveland. 

d. Feb. 5, 1856, in 

m. Wm. G. Downie. 
m. M. J. Nichols, 
•d. July 2, 1833. 
res. at Groveland, 



(427.) Benjamin Adams ^ and Lols Perley. 

She was of Boxford, Mass.; resided in New Rowley, now Georgetown, Mass. 



I 195. A BR AM, 

1 196. Louisa, 



children. 

b. Apr. 25, 1800; m. Ruth A. Lofty; drowned 
Aug. 8, 185 1. 

b. Sept. 27, 1801 ; m. John Kimball, of George- 
town, Nov. 26, 1823. Children: John A., 
b. Dec. 7, 1824; d. Dec. 23, 1824. Louisa 
M., b. Nov. 28, 1825 ; d. 1869. Caroline 
A., b. Jan. 10, 1828; m. Eben Hobson, 
1849. George A , b. Jan. 8, 1830 ; m. Anna 
E. Todd, i860. Abbie B., b. Feb. 24, 
1832 ; m. Daniel W. Palmer. Sarah A., b. 
Nov. 27, 1834; d. Feb. 12, 1840. Charles 
A., b. Apr. 4, 1837 ; m. Annie E. Gage, 
i860. Sarah A., b. Dec. 11, 1840; m. Rob- 
ert A. Coker, 1869. Benjamin A., b. Mar. 
22, 1844 ; d. 1869. 



• See note, p. 109. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 119 

1 197. Hetta, b. Aug. 5, 1804 ; m. John A. Lovering, George- 

town ; died in early life. 

1198. Benjamin, b. Sept. 5, 1806; m. Mary Ann Cummings; 

2d, Abby S. Stimson ; settled in Tops- 
field, Mass. 

1199. Charles H., b. May 17, 1809; m. Eliza Moore; settled in 

Georget iwn, Mass. ; removed to Danvers. 
Children: Ellen E., b. July 12, 1S35 ; ^^i- 
Augustus M. Spofford. Charles H., b. July 
3, 1837; d. Sept. 3, 1879. John K., b. 
June 18, 1846; d. June 17, 1870. Sarah 
L., b. Nov. 29, 1848; d. June i, 1877. 

1200. Samuel, b. June 17, 181 1 ; m. Elizabeth Gould. 

1201. George W., b. Jan. 29, 1816; m. Sarah J. Perley ; res. at 

Georgetown. 

1202. Sarah S., b. Feb. 11, 1823; m. Charles S. Piper; res. 

at Concord, N. H. 



(430.) Isaac Adams ^ iind Deborah Twitchell. 

Married iSoo; settled in Gilead, Me., where he died Nov. 12, 1848. 

CHILD. 

1203. Eliphalet, b. February, 1801 ; d. 1803. 

Mrs. Adams, with her infant child, was drowned in Androscoggin River, 1803. 
He married again, Olive Wight, of Dublin, N. H., 1803, to whom were born: — 

CHILDREN. 

1204. Eliphalet, b. Feb. 23, 1804; m. Mary Peabody, 1828. 

Children: Thomas A., b. Oct. 4, 1829; m. 
M. A. Flanders. Augusta and Aurelia, b. 
Feb. 17, 1831. Henry H., b. Dec. 19, 1839; 
m. Augusla A. Martin. Edward P., b. May 
24, 1842 ; m. E. E. Williams. Mary P., b. 
Dec. 3, 1845. 

1205. Darius, b. Apr. i, 1805 ; graduated at Bowdoin Col- 

lege, 1830. 

^ See note, p. 109. 



I20 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



1206. Samuel, 



1207- 



Deborah, 



1208. Lucy, 



1209. Aphia, 



12 10. Isaac, 



1211. 



Israel, 



1212. Olive, 



b. Dec. 19, 1806; m. Mary J. Moulton ; he was 
eminent as a scientific man ; for thirty-eight 
years was Professor of Chemistry and Phys- 
ics in IHinois College, Jacksonville ; he died 
Apr. 28, 1S77. Children: Marietta, b. Aug. 
6, 1837 ; m. Robert K. Whitely, of Wheeling, 
Va., Sept, 28, 1865. Franklin, b. May 25, 
1843; colonel in the Union Army, Emily, 
b. Dec. 28, 1846, Clara M,, b. Oct. 31, 1850, 

b. Mar. 23, 1808 ; m, Thomas Peabody, Apr. 3, 
1836 ; d. September, 1854. 

b. Jan. 9, 1810; m. Sylvanus Robbins, Septem- 
ber, 1841. 

b. Oct. 3, 181 1 ; m, Caleb S. Peabody, Apr. 3, 
1837 ; d. Nov, 3, 185 1. Children : Isaac A,, 
b, Nov. 9, 1838; d. Sept. 7, 1843, John T., 
b. June 9, 1841 ; m. Frances VV- Bartlett. 
Isaac A., b. Sept. 17, 1844. 

b. July 23, 1813; m. Lucia K. Bartlett, Octo- 
ber, 1845. Children: Ella C, b. Sept. 3, 
1848 ; d. Sept. 9, 1864. 

b. May 26, 18 15 ; m. Betsey E. Stearns, Dec. 2, 
1843 ; res. Bethel, Me. Children : Darius, 
b. Dec. 23, 1844. Sarah E., b. Sept. i6, 
1848; d. Mar. 15, 185 1, C, Arthur, b, July 
29, 1852 ; d. Aug. 4, 1853. Charles I., b. 
Mar. II, 1855; d. Aug. 5, 1862, 

b. 1818; m. David Blake, Feb. 21, 1843; ^^^- 
Gilead, Me, Children : Ellen M,, b, Feb. 
13, 1844; m. Abiel Chandler, David N,, b, 
July 7, 1845. Mary O., b. Sept, 29, 1846; 
d, Jan. 29, 1862. Hannah E., b. Dec. 26, 
1847. Isaac A., b. Oct. 21, 1849. •^ ^°"' 
b. June 23, 1851 ; d. July 13, 1851. Elipha- 
let A., b. Apr. 26, 1852. Benjamin F., b. 
Sept. 3, 1853. Adoniram J., b. May 10, 
1855. Lillian A., b. Mar. 11, 1857. 



(432.) Samuel Adams and Sally Wright. 

Married in Jaffrey, X. H., 181 5. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. I2i 

CHILDREN. 

12 13. John W., b. Nov. 5, 1816; m. Berintha Gowdy, 

1846 ; res. Watertown, Jefferson 
County, N. Y. 

1 2 14. Israel, b. Nov. 12, 18 18; m, Harriet Boyn- 

ton. 

1215. Artemas L.,- b. January, 1821; m. Delilah Hill; 

2 1, Mary J. Adams. 

1216. Lucy A., b. Sept. 3, 1822; m. Pierson K. Thurs- 

ton ; d. Jan. 20, 1870. 

1217. Caroline Elizabeth, b. July 21, 1826; m. Henry Andrews, 

Esq., Feb. 12, 1865. 

Second marriage with Eliza Earned, of Dublin, N. H., 1841. 

CHILD. 

1 2 18. Sarah E., b. Aug. 31, 1843 ; d. Sept. 7, 1845. 

Samuel Adams, the father, died Dec. 18, 1854, aged 72. Sally Wright, his for- 
mer wife, died Aug. 19, 1837, aged 47. 

(434.) Polly Adams and Perley P. Burnham. 

Settled in Gilead, Me. Perley P. Burnham died Dec. 8, 1820, aged 38. 

children. 

1 2 19. Pinkney Burnham, res. at Bethel, Me. 

1220. Another son, d. September, 1874. 

Mrs. Burnham married again, Joseph G. Swan, who died Jan. 21, i860, aged 65. 

She died February, 1873. 

(437.) Elizabeth Ad.\ms and Eliphaz Chapman. 

Both of Gilead, Me.; married March 8, 1830. She died Oct. 15, 1847. 

CHILD. 

1221. Lucy Elizabeth, b. Oct. 31, 1831 ; m. Mr. Rounds, Dec. 

19, 1853 ; res. at Stoneham, Mass. 



(446.) Betsey Spafford and Augustus Bigelow. 

Married 1798. He died in Cavendish, Vt., about 1830. 



122 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

CHILDREN. 

1222. Mary, b. January, 1799; m. Abel Brigham, of Marl- 

borough, Mass. 

1223. Sally, b. 1800; died in Marlborough, Mass., 1844. • 

1224. Hannah, b. 1802. Probably others. 



(452.) Abigail Spafford and Mr. Conkling. 

Lived in Owasco, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 



1225. Matthew. 

1226. Abigail. 

1227. Juliette. 



1228. George. 

1229. Newell. 

1230. Spafford. 



(453.) Jacob Spafford and Rachel 



CHILDREN. 



1 23 1. Alonzo, Chicago, 111. 

1232. Edward, Chicago, 111. 



1233. Lyman, Chicago, 111. 

1234. Calista, m. ; d. 



(454.) Nat Spafford and Eunice Buell. 

Married Jan. 29, 181 2; she died Aug. 8, 181 5. 

CHILD. 

1235. *VVilliam R., b. Mar. 19, 1815 ; m, Eliza Kennedy. 

Second marriage with Cynthia Parker, March 3, 1816; she died Oct. 2, 1841. 

CHILDREN. 

1236. *EuNiCE E., b. June 23, 1817 ; m. Lester K. Gould. 

1237. Samuel N., b. Oct. 6, 1819; m. Jane Merrill; res. at 

Byron, N. Y. ; d. 1877. 

1238. *Clarissa E., b. Sept. 5, 182 i ; m. John H. Harris. 

1239. *Mariette, b. Noy. 9, 1823; m. Orlando Gifford. 

1240. *Cynthia D., b. May 16, 1826; m. Elijah Loomis; died. 

1241. *Abigail J., b. June 11, 1829; m. Charles Field. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 123 

1242. Nelson P., b. Jan. 8, 183 1 ; m. Emily Allen, Feb. 20, 

1864; died in Byron, N. Y., Feb. 23, i88c. 

1243. Delia A., b. Sept. 22, 1833; "">• Henry W. Deming ; 

she died Nov. 20, 1S64 ; a son, \\'illiam 
H., res. at Byron, N. Y. 

Third marriage with Temperance McCullock, May 9, 1S43. She died May, 
1864; and Nat Spafford, the father, died Feb. 19, 1875. 

k 

(456.) Saeah Spafford and Mr. Wilcox. 

CHILDREN. 

1244. GUSTAVUS. 

1245. Royal, f res. Geneseo, 111. '.•.. ~ 

1246. Catharine, res. Niles, Mich. 

Second marriage with Da"\id Hume. 



children. 



1247. Sumner. 

1248. Harvey. 

1249. David. 



1250. Fanny, res. Holly, N. Y. 

1 25 1. Marion, res. Byron, N. Y. 

1252. Newton. 



(459.) Sumner Spafford and Delia Barber. 

Married June 30, 1831; he died April 6, 1857; his wife died Nov. i, 1883. 

children. 

1253. *BuRTON, J., b. June 23, 1833 ; m. Rosannah Bower. 

1254. *DwiGHT Sumner, b. Dec. 22, 1834; m. Lide Robertson. 

1255. *Kate D., b. Dec. 7, 1836; m. Thomas J. Tone. 

1256. Jerome Humphrey, b. Dec. 23, 1842; m. Annie McKensie. 

(460.) Clara Spafford and Lewis Miller. 

Married in Bergen, N. Y., Oct. 30, 1835; resides at Le Roy, Genesee County, 
N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

1257. Samuel, b. Oct. 4, 1826; d. Aug. 13, 1845. 

1258. Edgar L, b. May 18, 1829; married; res. Le Roy, N. Y. 

1259. Herman, b. Nov. 19, 1831 ; married; d. July 31, 1873. 

1260. Sophia, b. Dec. 11, 1835. 



124 TARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(462.) Job Spafford and Catharine Roper. 

Married May 20, 1804; settled in Sterling, Mass.; removed to Ludlow, Vt., 
about 1S05. He died Nov. 15, 1869, aged 89; his wife, Jan. 26, i860, aged 91. 

CHILDREN. 

1 26 1. John R., died very young. 

1262. *Merrill, b. Sept. 8, 1806; m. Mary Wood. • 

1263. *Alvira, b. Jan. 21, 1808; m. William Bond. 

1264. *Relief, b. Jan. 21, 1810; m. Hosea Phillips; 2d, Hub- 

bard Dickinson. 



(463.) Artemas Spafford and Sally Warren. 

Married April 5, 181 3; lived at Ludlow, Vt. 

CHILD. 

1265. *JoHN F., b. Aug. 18, 1814; m. Esther Turner; 2d, Roanna 

Boynton. 

Mrs. Spafford having died April 17, 1816, he married, second, Mary Brinhall, 
December, 181 7. 

CHILDREN. 

1266. *Alvah M., b. Dec. 18, 1819; m. Mary E. Angier. 

1267. *William P.,^ b. Mar. 21, 1823; res. Ludlow, Vt. 

1268. Sarah W., b. Sept. 7, 1824; res. Ludlow, Vt. 

1269. Charles O., b. Jan. 9, 1831; d. Oct. 28, 1852. 

Mrs. Mary Brinhall Spafford having died May 7, 1847, ^'^^- Spafford married a 
third wife, Mrs. Betsey Cleveland; he died at Ludlow, Vt., Feb. 26, 1862. 

(465.) William Spafford and Dolly Jenkins. 

Settled in Langdon, N. H. He died Nov. 12, 1822, after which his family 
removed to Newark, N. Y. 

children. 

1270. Solon. 1271. Lucy. 



' William P. Spafford was town clerk of Ludlow twenty-four years, succeeding his father, who 
had held the office thirty-one years, and was followed by his sister, Miss Sarah W. Spatford, who 
held the position up to March, 1885. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 125 



(4()7.) Polly Spafford and Ira Mattiiewson. 

Married Oct. 7, 1813; settled in Ludlow, Vt. She died Sept. 26, i860, aged 
70; her husband died Feb. 17, 1868, aged 84. 

CHILDREN. 

1272. *.'\URETUS A., b. Feb. 18, 1814; m. Harriet Doty. 

1273. *Ira E., b. Sept. 5, 1815; m. Eleanor Spaulding. 

1274. *LoRAiNE, b. May 24, 1819; m. Michael Casey. 

1275. *Sylvanus, b. Jan. 7, 1822 ; m. Lorinda E. Whitney. 

1276. *Otis G., b. Mar. 5, 1831 ; m. Mary E. Keith; 2d, 

Clara E. Conrad. 

(468.) Lucy Spafford and Abel Woodward. 

Married March 4, 1818; settled in Ludlow, Vt., where he died Aug. 6, 1839. 
Mrs. Woodward died Jan. 11, 1886, aged 92. 

CHILDREN. 

Sylvetus O., b. Feb. 18, 1820; d. Aug. 5, 1822. 
*MiLETus H., b. Sept. 3, 1823; ni. Sylvia Demary ; 2d, 
Sophia Howe. 
Lucy L., b. Aug. 29, 1825. 

Aretta M., b. Dec. 6, 1829. 
Horace M., b. Sept. 4, 1838 ; m. Emma Marsh. 

(469.) Merrick Spafford and Olive Spaulding. 

Married June i, 1820; settled on the "old homestead," in Ludlow, Vt., where 
she died Aug. 31, 1855. 

CHILDREN. 

1282. John R., b. Dec. 25, 1822 ; m. Ann Hennesy, July 27, 

1854. His wife having died Jan. 22, 1882, 
he married Mrs. Sophia A. (Robinson) Bai- 
ley, Nov. 23, 1882. Mr. Spafford was by 
trade a carpenter and joiner. July, 1862, 
he was appointed postmaster of Ludlow, 
Vt., and held the office till he resigned from 
ill health, April, 1884. 

1283. *George A., b. Apr. 5, 1826; m. Maria P. Sinclair; 2d, 

Caroline A. Howe. 

Merrick Spafford, the father, married a second wife^ Catharine Bridge, Feb. 
II, 1857; he died March 3^ 1861. 



1277, 


1278 


1279 


1280, 


I28I, 



126 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(470.) Almika Spafford and Warkex Spaulding. 

Married May 2, 1833; settled in Cavendish, Vt., thence removing to Madison, 
Wis. She died Jan. 13, 1858; her husband, Oct. 27, 1868. 

CHILDREN. 

1284. *Olive L., b. Mar. 13, 1837 > "■>• Edwin Culver. 

1285. Merrick S., b. Aug. 14, 1838; m. Frances A. Maynard, 

Mar. 18, 1863 ; res. at Madison, Wis. 

1286. ^Hyland, b. Oct. i6,i 1841 ; m. Cornelia Farwell. 



(475.) Samuel Spofford and Betsey Sawyer. 

Married March 30, 1820; settled at Berlin, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1287. *James Richardson, b. Sept. 21, 1821; m. Olive B. Wood- 

bury. 

1288. *Mary S., b. June 25, 1828 ; m. Emory C. Morse. 

A former wife of Samuel Spofford, Mary Sawyer, whom he married March 30, 
1817, died March 21, 1819; an infant daughter died before her. Samuel Spof- 
ford, the father, died April 9, 1858; his widow, Mrs. Betsey Spofford, died Feb. 
26, 1S79. 

(478.) Betsey Spofford and James Goddard, Jr. 

Married Nov. 4, 1824; settled in Berlin, Mass. She died Oct. 2, 1857, aged 
55; her husband died 1870, aged 64. 

CHILDREN. 

d. Nov. II, 1838. 

b. Mar. 23, 1827 ; m. Sophia D. Law- 
rence. 

b. Mar. i, 1829 ; m. Daniel Carter. 

b. Mar. 26, 1831 ; m. Isaiah Beals. 

b. Mar. 21, 1834; m. Maria Jennison. 
He died Feb. 18, 1886. 

b. June 12, 1836. 

b. Dec. II, 183S ; m. Henry Gravies. 

b. June I, 1841. 

b. Feb. 13, 1844. 
1298. James Virgil, b. Dec. 15, 1846; m. Jenny Bemis. 

/ 



1289. 


Catherine B. S., 


1290. 


Samuel W. E., 


I29I. 


Christina W., 


1292. 


Lucy B., 


1293. 


James Richardsc 


1294. 


Benjamin F., 


1295. 


Betsey, 


1296. 


Catherine, 


1297. 


Pliny Merrick, 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 127 

(479.) Emerson Spofford and Mary Temple. 

Married 1830; seettkl at West Boylston, Mass. 

CHILD. 
1299. *Oliver M., b. 1835; m.. Sarah Morse. 

A former wife of Emerson Spofford, Catharine (Witt) Tenney, died child- 
less. He died May 29, 1863; Mary, his widow, died April 28, 1884. 



(482.) Jesse Spafford and Mary Dimmick. 

He was born in Bradford, Mass.; baptized Sept. 6, 1761. She was of Mans- 
field, Conn., where they settled. 

CHILDREN. 

1300. *Jesse, b. Apr. 17, 1788; m. Chloe Richardson. 

1301. Ira, b. Sept. 3, 1792 ; m. Electa Moulton. 



(483.) Amos Spafford and Mary Taggart. 

He served in the Revolutionary War three years. His father was drafted, and 
he went as substitute at the early age of 14 years. It is related that in prepara- 
tion for a hasty departure from home, a sheep was sheared by himself and his 
mother, and from the fleece she manufactured the needful garments, in which, 
shortly after their completion, her son marched away with the men through 
" Spafford's Gap," to the tune of Over the hills and far away. He was a pen- 
sioner many years, living in Sharon, N. H., where he died in 1838. Mary, his 
wife, died in 1841. 

CHILDREN. 

m. Nancy Boyd, 
d 1841, by violence, 
m. William Emery. 
\ m. Pliny Piper. 
I m. William Wilder. 
m. Mirriam Atwood. 
d. Sept. 4, 1802. 
m. Asahel Plovve. 
m. Wm. Fessenden. 
m. Submit Barnes, 
m. Betsey Switzer. 
m. Betsey Barnes. 



1302 


*Sajmuel T., 


b. 


July 


30, 


1789; 


1303 


Amos, 


b. 


Sept. 


4, 


1791; 


1304 


*Mary, 


b. 


Aug. 


22, 


1793; 


^305 
1306 


^Margaret M., 

*Nancy, 


V 


July 


30, 


1795; 


1307 


*rKA, 


b. 


Sept. 


II, 


1797; 


1308 


Sally, 


b. 


Aug. 


4, 


1799; 


1309 


*Fanny, 


b. 


Eeb. 


s. 


1S02; 


I3I0 


*Sally, 


b. 


Jan. 


14, 


1805; 


I3II 


*JOHN T., 


b. 


May 


14, 


1807 ; 


I3I2 


*Abijah, 


b. 


July 


4, 


1809 ; 


I3I3 


Jesse D., 


b. 


Dec. 


25, 


1812 ; 



128 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

(487.) 8.\MUEL Spofford and Mary Piper. 

Daughter of Joseph I'iper, of Acton; married Nov. i6, 1797; settled in Friends- 
ville, Pa. He died Aug. 30, 1859, aged 80; his wife died Aug. 11, 1862, aged 86. 

CHILDREN. 

1314. *Elizabeth, b. Apr, 28, 1799; m. J. M. Pierce. 

1315 *Samuel H., b. Nov. 30, 1802 ; m. Olive Barber. 

1316. *Mary, b. May 19, 1808; m. Daniel L. Barber. 

1317. *MiLTON R., b. June 11, 181 1 ; m. Lucy Sheldon. 

1318. *SiLAS P., b. Aug. 29, 1813; m. Betsey Cornish. 

1319. *Mehitable S., b. Jan. 31, 181 7 ; m. Miles Baldwin. 



(18b.) Elizabeth Spofford and Joseph Felt. 

Setded in Nelson, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

1320. *David, b. Mar. 12, 1787 ; m. Hannah Trask. 

132 1. *JosEPH, b. June 17, 1789; m. Miss Wood. 

1322. *AsA G., b. Aug. 7, 1791 ; m. Harriett Foster. 

1323. Samuel. 

1324. *Jerry, b. Dec. 5, 1795 ; m. Tryphena Sprague. 
1325- *JoHN, b. Sept. 22, 1798 ; m. Huldah H. Conant. 

1326. ^Elizabeth, b. Sept. 22, 1802 ; m. Mr. Harris. 

1327. *Sally, m. Charles Sheldon. 

(489.) Sarah Spofford and Deacon Noah Hardy. 

Married 1786; settled in Nelson, N. H., where he died Dec. 24, 1835; Sarah, 
his wife, died May 9, 1850. 

CHILDREN. 

1328. Betsey, b. 1787; m. Ezra Prescott ; settled in Amherst, 

N. H. 

1329. *NoAH, b. 1789; m. Jerusha Kimball. 

1330. *Sally, b. 1791 ; m. David Ames, 1812. 

1331. Hannah, b. 1793; m. B. Buckminster; setded in Nelson, 

N. H. 
*David, b. 1797; m. Sally Farwell. 
*Sii,AS, b. 1799; m. Abigail Farley. 



1332 
^333 
1334 
1335 
^33^ 



> Twins, b. 1801. 

Lois, b. 1803; m. Henry Kelsey ; settled in Newport, 

N. H. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 129 

(491.) Elipiialet Spoffokd and Abigail Pearl. 

She died in Ferrisburg, Vt., about 1832; he, in New York State, about 1837. 

CHILDREN. 

1337. Phineas, died young, in Vermont. 

1338. *Enos, m. Mary A. Brownson. 

1339. *Samuel, b. Aug. 7, 1^02 ; m Laura B. Kellogg. 

1340. *AzuBAH, b. Apr. 9, 1805; m. Mr. Alford ; 2d, Samuel 

Danald. 

1341. Adei.ia, m. John Sloat, in Vergennes, Vt.; 2d, Mr. Sands ; 

res. Douglas Centre, Iowa. 

1342. Sylvanus, died young. 

1343. William, died young. 

1344. *Calvin, b. Oct. 19, 1809 ; m. Charlotte Drake. 

1345. Nancy, m. Lucius Hendricks. 



(492.) Lydia Spofford and Asa Howard. 

Settled in Rumford, Me., in 1819. She died Oct. 9, 1840; her husband, Nov. 9, 
1840. 

CHILDREN. 

1346. Lydia, b. Nov. 10, 1792 ; died young. 

1347. *Lydia, b. Mar. 4, 1794; m. Joseph H. Wardwell. 

1348. Lucy, m. Thos. Prince ; res. Sangerville, Me. 

1349. Elizabeth, b. June 24, 1800; m. Allen Seger ; had three 

children, — all deceased. 

1350. Sally, b. July 30, 1802 ; m. Oliver Wakefield ; res. 

Rumford, Me. ; d. Nov. 13, 1842. 

1351. Milly, b. May 30, 1804; m. John IMorgan ; res, Guil- 

ford, Me. 

1352. *AsA S., b. Dec. 6, 1806; m. Dorcas Holt ; 2d, Betsey 

S. Roberts. 

1353. Dolly, b. Jan. 3, 1809; d. Feb. 5, 1836. 

1354. Eldad S., b. Nov. 14, 18 10; died unm., Nov. 2, 1841. 

1355. Virtue, b. Aug. 9, 1812 ; she was for very many years 

a teacher, the greater part of the time in Oxford County, 
Me. A deep interest in the cause of education and intel- 
ligent study of methods gave her great success and large 
influence. She was a prolific writer of prose and verse. 
Her death occurred February, 1876, at the house of her 
brother, Asa S. Howard, in Newry, Me. 



130 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN 'SEVENTH, 



(493.) Jesse Spofford and Sarah Tidder. 

Married July 21, 1796; settled in Temple, N. H., of which town he was repre- 
sentative in 1821-22-23. He died Sept. 10, 1865, aged 93 years, 11 months; his 
wife died May 9, 1S51, aged 73. 

CHILDREN. 

1356. *Jesse, b. Apr. 23 1797 ; m. Mary H. Maynard. 

1357. *MiLLY, b. June 19, 1800; m. Willard Searle. 

1358. *Clarissa Ober, b. June 12, 1803; m. Dexter Burton. 

1359. Adna, b. Feb. 14, 1805 ; d. July 23, 1812. 

1360. *Rachel Jane, b. Dec. 6, 1812 j m. Artemas Spofford. 

1361. *Nancy Wilder, b. Jan. 4, 1816; m. Francis Robbins. 

(494.) Eliphalet Spoffohd and Sally Russell. 

Married November, 1796; settled in Clarendon, Vt. He died June 15, i860; 
his wife died Aug. 15, 1859. 

children. 

1362. Sally, b. Nov. 26, 1797; d. August, 1808. 

1363. *Eldad, b Oct. 26, 1799; m. Lydia Burgess; 2d, 

Clarissa Howard. 

1364. Patty Russell, b. Mar. 23, 1801 ; in Alfred Edson ; res. 

Aurora, 111. 

1365. *Nathaniel R., b. Mar. 10, 1805 ; m. Mary A. Savage. 

1366. Polly, b. Feb. 19, 1807; m. Abijah Severance; 

res. Clarendon, Vt. ; she died Sept. 20, 

1862, leaving sons, Alfred and Rufus, 

in NorthfTield, Minn. 
b. Oct. 15, 1809; d. 1812. 
b. Feb. 10, 18 12; m. Roswell W. Mason, 

of Oswego, 111. ; she died childless. 
b. Dec. 15, 1815; d. Oct. 12, 1857. 
b. May 28, 1818; m. Jonas Russell, 
b. Sept. 5, 1820; m. AlmiraBlodgett; 2d 

Sarah Blodgett. 
1373 *Lydia, b. June 28, 1822 ; m. Nehemiah B. Fish. 

(496 ) Lucy Spofford and Joshua Felt. 

Married 1794; settled in Rumford, Me.; removed thence to Woodstock, Me. 



1367- 


Ai, 


1368. 


Jane, 


1370- 


Rhoda, 


T37I- 


*Phebe.P., 


1372. 


*Abijah p.. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 131 

CHILDREN. 

1374. *LuCY, b. May 11, 1795; ni. Jotham Perham, 

1375. *Jeremiah, b. Feb. 20, 1797 ; m. Eliza Perkins. 

1376. *Artemas, b. Oct. 15, 1800; m. Desire Stephens. 

1377. Sally, b. Dec. 21, 1802; m. Christopher Bryant; d. 

in Greenwood. 

1378. Elizabeth, b. Dec. n, 1804; m. Jona. Billings; a widow 

in Woodstock, Me., 1887. 

1379. Polly, b. Mar. 4, 1807 ; m. Amasa Bryant; died in 

Minnesota. 

1380. *JoHN G., b. Aug. 22, 1809 ; m. Ayer Lawrence. 

1381. Paulina, b. Aug. 7, 181 1; m. Perrin Dudley; res. at 

Woodstock, Me. 

Joshua Felt died May i, 1812; his widow, Lucy Spofford, married, second, 
Merrill Ch.a.se, Nov. 2, 1814. 

CHILDREN. 

1382. LuciNDA, b. Feb. 9, 1816; m. Gibbs Benson. 

1383. *Alden, b. June 5, 1819; m. Lucy Cole. 

(497.) Hannah Spofford and Thomas Richardson/ 

Married 1799. 

CHILDREN. 

*Hannah, b. Aug. 18, 1800; m. Rev. Ezra M. Burnham. 

Thomas, address, 1887, 69 Chambers Street, Boston. 
*Lydia, b. June 17, 1806; m. Ira Fenn. 

Henry, went to sea in 1830, never heard from. 
*LucY, m. Lewis Clayton, Weston, Vt. 

Artemas, b. May 14, 181 5 ; d. October, 1843. 

David, b. June 4, 1818 ; d. 1850. 

Three others died in infancy. 



1384 

1385 
1386 

1387 
1388 

1389 
1390 



(408.) Sarah Spofford and Parker Shattuck. 

He was born in Temple, N. H., July 10, 1777, and died Aug. 29, 1869; she 
died Dec. 11, 1851, aged 71. 

CHILDREN, 

1391. *Sally, b. Jan. 29, 1799; m. Orin Peck; 2d, Lemuel 

Abbott. 

1392. *Parker, b. Dec. 14, 1800; m. Nancy Jewett. 



1394- 


Ralph R., 


b 


1395- 


*Daniel Spofford, 


, b, 


1396. 


*ASHLEY, 


b 


1397- 


*Clark, 


b. 


1398- 


Maria, 


b. 


1399- 


*Andrew J., 


b, 


I400, 


Virtue, 


b 



132 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

1393. *LucY, b. Feb. 16, 1803; m. James Foster; 2d, 

Rev. Daniel Packer. 

May 6, 1805; d. Mar. 19, 1806. 

Jan. 23, 1807; m. Lucy M. Abbott. 

Feb, r3, 1809; m. Elvira Sawyer. 

Feb. 13, 181 1 ; m. Louisa Sawyer. 
b, Apr. 22, 1815-, m. Daniel Waite ; d. 

Jan. 23, 1835. 
b. Feb. 2, 1817; m. Betsey Hamilton. 

Mar. 17, 1819; d. Mar. 27, 1819. 



(499.) Isaac Spofford iuid Anna Fish, 

Lived in Bethel, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

1401. Nicy M, b. t8o6 ; died aged about 15 years. 

1402. *Anna, b. 1808; m. Edmund Chase. 

1403. *LsAAC G., b. June 28, 1810; m. Lovicy Whitman. 

1404. *LuciNDA, b, 1812 ; m. Laurenson Cole, 

1405. Earl Seelky, died when a child. 



(500.) Betsey Spofford and Willard Hartwell. 

Settled in Westport, N. Y. He was born Nov. 9, 1781; died Dec. 26, 1867. 

CHILDREN. 

1406. Isaac S., b. Nov, 18, 1803; d. Jan. 10, 1852. 

1407. Imleh, b. June i, 1806. 

1408. Betsey, b. Aug. 4, 1809. 

1409. Artemas S., b. May 17, 1813; d. Jan. 18, 1874. 

1 410. Mary, b. Aug, i6, 18 17. 

141 1. Lucy M , b. July 13, 1819; m. James E. Barnes, West- 

port, N. Y. 

1412. Willard, b. Ap^ 9, 1821 ; d. Mar. i, 1825. 

1413. Jesse S., b. May 25, 1823; d. December, 1878. 

1414. Phineas M., b, Oct. I, 1825. 

1415. Helen M., b. June 2, 1829 ; m. S. C. Gibbs, May 9, 1848, 

Fort Ann, N. Y. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 133 



(501.) MiLLY Spofford and Joel Patten. 

Married July 8, 1810; he was of Peterhoro, N. H.; died Aug. 13, 1830; his 
wife died Oct. 16, 1879, aged 91 years. 

CHILDREN. 

1416. *Emily S., b. Apr. 16, 181 1; m. Addison Gil- 

more. 

1417. Lucy E., b. Feb. 5, 1813; d. Jan. 8, 1830. 

1418. *ARTEiMAS Spofford, b. Mar. 12, 1816; m. Susan W.Tur- 

ner. 

1419. Mary C, b. Mar. 20, 1819; m. John H. Rich- 

ardson, of Watertown, Mass.; 2d, 
in 1858, Jas. M. Keith; d. Dec. 
12, 1862. 

1420. Harriet Augusta, b. Nov. 21, 1824; m. John Kinsley, 

in 1850, having two children, both 
dying in infancy. John Kinsley 
died in Boston, i860; second mar- 
riage, in 1863, with Andrew C. 
Cochran, who died in 1865 ; res. 
Peterboro, N. H. 

(.502.) Daniel Spofford and Rebecca Barker. 

Married 1S12; lived in Bakersfield, Vt. He died June 24, 1870, aged 81 ; she 
died May 12, i860, aged 70. 

CHILDREN. 

1421. *Artemas, b. May 4, 1814; m. Rachel J. Spofford (1360). 

1422. Elizabeth, m. Isaac Clapp, Chelsea, Mass. 

1423. Autentia, d. Oct. ir, 1826, aged 6 months. 

1424. Emily A., m. Jerome Rich; res. Arlington Heights, Mass.; 

d. June 15, 1887. 

1425. *Daniel, m. Betsey Bailey; res. East Fairfield, Vt. 

1426. Joan, d. Mar. 10, 1842, aged 23. 

(504.) Earl Spofford and Sarah Seelye. 

Married May 30, 1820; settled in St. George, Charlotte County, New Bruns- 
wick. She was born Oct. 9, 1794; died July 26, 1874. He died Feb. 9, 1884, 
aged 91. He was a man of strongly marked characteristics and great physical 
vigor, his sight never requiring the aid of glasses. 
10 



134 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



1427. Lucv A. 



1428 


*Rachel S., 


1429 


* Seel YE, 


1430 


*Charlotte J 


I43I 


*Priscilla, 


1432 


*Alice M., 


1433 


*Rebecca, 



CHILDREN. 

b. June I, 182 1 ; res. St. George, Char- 
lotte County, New Brunswick. 

b. May 5, 1S23 ; m. W. H. Spinney. 

b. May 16, 1825 ; m. Abigail Matthews. 

b. Aug. 20, 1827 ; m. S. Hilyard. 

b. Apr. 28, 1830 ; m. Wellington Bubar. 

b. Sept. 18, 1832; m. Nathaniel Lee; 2d, 
Charles H. Tupper. 

b. Mar. 7, 1835 : m. Nicholas Zierden. 



(506.) Sarah McAllaster and James. McLaughlin. 

Married and settled in Bedford, N. H. Parental opposition early troubled the 
course of true love in this case, resulting in estrangement and the betrothal of the 
fair lady (she was very fair) to another. While a merry quilting party was in 
progress in furtherance of the preparations for a speedy marriage, the mystical 
"last stitch " being contended for, the discarded lover arrived after long absence, 
and, smiting the work with his riding-whip, exclaimed, "John Goffe shall never 
sleep under that (juilt ! " The prospective bride was easily brought to the same 
determination, and hence the name of James McLaughlin appears above. They 
removed to Niagara, Upper Canada, now Province of Ontario, where she died 
1794. Her husband served in the War of 1S12, and died at the house of his son 
William, in Bloomfield, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1821. 

CHILDREN. 

1434. James, b. Sept. 6, 1789; served in War of 1812; died, 

unm., 1813. 

1435. William, b. Sept. 8, 1791 ; ni. Eunice Lee, Jan. i, 1817 ; 

removed from West Bloomfield, N. Y., to Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 



(507.) Ann McAxlaster and James Gilmore. 

Settled in Bedford, N. H., where she died Nov. 7, 1845; her husband died 
Feb. 28, 1839, aged 54. 



CHILDREN. 



1436. William, b. Feb. 1, 1798; m. Matilda Eaton, Mar. 21, 

1825 ; res. Bedford, Goffstown, and Man- 
chester, N. H. ; d. May 13, i860. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. . 135 



1437- 



1438. Freeman, 



1439- 

1440. 



1 441. 

1442. 

1443- 



Whitefield, b. Aug. 20, 1799; married, but to whom or 
when, or where he died, is unknown. He 
was a mason and builder in the South, and 
was probably swallowed up in the Rebellion, 
b. May 29,-1801 ; m. Caroline Eliza Davis, of 
Kittery, Me., Aug. 9, 1829 ; 2d, Sarah W. 
Hobby, of Boston, May 15, 1842 ; died in 
Chicago, July 29, 1856. For 25 years he 
was clerk for John A. Lowell, of Boston, 
b. Jan. 12, 1803. Nothing known of him. 
b. Jan. 25, 1805 ; m. John D. Riddle, May 12, 
1831 ; res. Bedford, N. H. ; d. July 13, 1852. 
Her husband died at Manchester, N. H., 
in 1876. 

Margaret, b. Jan. 8, 1807 ; d. Sept. 15, 185 1 ; unm. 

Mary Ann, b. Dec. 16, 1808; m. John D. Riddle, 1854; 
d. Sept. 9, 1883. 

James, b. Apr. 5, 181 1 ; d. Oct., 1837, at Satartia, 

Miss. ; unm. 



Robert. 
Sally, 



(508.) William McAllaster and Jane McKinney. 

Settled in Newport, N. H.; removed to Morristown, N. Y. 



CHILDREN. 

b. Oct. 9, 1798; m. Louisa Lernard, of 
Hopkinton, N. H, ; d. 1874. 

b. Aug. 30, 1800 ; m. Rev. Adams W. 
Piatt, of Antwerp, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1824 ; 
d. Feb. II, 1878. Her husband died in 
Clinton, Iowa, 1859. 

b. Nov. 5, 1803; m. Mrs. Lydia Todd; 
settled in Ohio; d. Aug. 22, 1886, in 
Antwerp, N. Y. 

b. Dec. 19, 1805 ; m. Dr. Calvin Preston, 
Sept. 17, 1827. He followed his pro- 
fession more than fifty years, in Galway, 
N. Y. ; she died Apr. 9, 1848. 

1448. Alexander H., b. Feb. 3, 1808 ; m. Annette Wait, Mar. 

20, 1846; d. Mar. 21, 1887, in Antwerp, 
N. Y. ; his wife died Aug. i, 1874. 

1449. Walter Harris, b. Sept. 16, 1810; d. June 8, 1816. 



1444. Hugh, 

1445. Sarah, 

1446. William, 

1447. Margaret, 



136 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



1450. Martha Jane, b. Sept. 17, 1812 ; m. Hiram Hinman ; 2d, 

Hon. Daniel R. Tilden, of Cleveland, 
Ohio; d. 187 1. 

Caroline R., b. Aug. 7, 1814 • d. 1869, unm. 

JOSEPH Harvey, b. Oct. 28, i8i6- d. Sept. 12, 1823. 

Harriet Nason, b. Apr. 5, 1819; m. Hiram Harris Holden, 

Jan. 21, 1846; res. at Antwerp, N. Y., 
where he died Feb. 28, 1875. 

Henry Martin, b. June 29, 182 1 ; m. Rebecca A. Peaslee ; 

d. 1863. 



145 1 
1452 
1453 



1454- 



(509.) John McAllaster and Jane Aiken. 

Married March 13, 1800; settled in Bedford, N. H., where the wife died Jan. 
3, 1S54. He died July 25, 1853. 



1455. Oilman, 



456- 


Achsah, 


457- 


Sally, 


458. 


Rodney, 


4=;q. 


Margaret 



1460. John, 



1 46 1. 


Isaac, 


1462. 


Adaline, 


1463. 


Alfred, 



children, 

b. Dec. 12, 1800; m. Syrene Stearns, 1829; 
d. Aug. 6, 1841 ; lived and died in Ypsi- 
lanti, Mich. 

b. Sept. 20, 1802 ; m. Zacheus Patten, 183 1 ; 
d. Feb. 14, 1 841. 

b. Mar. i, 1804; m. Adam Chandler, Dec. 31, 
1829; d. Nov. 7, 1870, in Bedford, N. H. 

b, Jan. 5, 1806; m. Mary Emerson; d. Jan. 
II, 1858, near Battle Creek, Mich.; his 
wife died June 27, 1862. 
A., b. Mar. 5, 1808 ; m. Reuben B. Gibson, Nov. 
29, 183 1 ; res. Minneapolis, Minn. ; he died 
Nov. 13, 1872. 

b. May 30, 18 10; m. Merab French, Apr. 11, 
1839; res. Bedford, N. H. ; d. May 23, 
1849 ' '^'^ wife, at Lawrence, Mass., June 
16, 1 88 1. Record of family furnished by 
their son. Dr. J. G. McAllaster, of Law- 
rence, Mass. 

b. Feb. 17, 1812 ; m. Anna V. Tisdale, of Can 
ton, Mass., Feb. 3, 1859 ; d. Oct. 10, 1885 

b. Sept. 15, 18 13 ; m. Charles Moore, Apr. 7, 
1835 ; •^'- Mar. 22, 1868, in Ypsilanti, Mich. 

b. Nov. 20, 1815 ; d. Sept. 4, 1830. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 137 



1464. 


William, 


1465. 


George L., 


1466. 


Mary Jane, 



1468. 



1469. Sarah, 



b. May 25, 18 19 ; m. Martha Jane Goffe, Apr, 

22, 1852 ; res. Manchester, N. H. 
b. May 26, 1822 ; m. Mary J. Pratt, of Dexter. 

Mich., June 12, 1850; res. Hillsdale, Mich, 
b. Sept. 4, 1824; m. James T. Kendall, June 

19, 185 1 ; 2d, Hugh R. French, Nov. 8, 

1882; res. Bedford, N. H. 



(510.) Martha MgAll aster and Andrew Aiken. 

Married Dec. 29, 1797. Resided in Bedford, N. H., until March, 1813, when 
they removed to Newport, N. H., where he died July 28, 1850, aged 79. He was 
a well-to-do farmer. The mother died Nov. 25, 1858. 

CHILDREN. 

1467. Frederick, b. Dec. 28, 1798; m. Elmira Carr, Jan. 31, 

1856 ; res. Newport, N. H. ; d. Dec. i, 
1875, i" Bedford, N. H. 
William McA., b. Dec. 10, iSoo; m. Elizabeth Locke; 2d, 
Margaret Nichols; d. Jan. 19, 1866, in 
Boston, Mass. ; a man of eminent worth. 
b. June 28, 1803; m. Jeremiah Newell, Aug. 
21, 1827; res. Newport, N. H.; d. Aug. 
15, 1842 ; he was sheriff of Sullivan Co., 
N. H., several years. 

1470. Ann Riddle, b. Sept. 5, 1805 ; m. Naylor Starbird, Nov. 3, 

1824; d. Jan., 1871. 

147 1. Martha Mary, b. Nov. 29, 1807 ; m. Sawyer Belknap, July 

19, 183 1 ; res. Newport, N. H. ; d. Jan. 6, 
1886, in Washington, D. C, at the house 
of her son, Commodore G, E. Belknap. ^ 

^ The marked eminence of Commodore Belknap as a naval officer demands special notice here. 
Born in Newport, N. H., Jan. 22, 1832, at the age of 15 he entered the Naval Academy at Annap- 
olis, Md., graduating June, 1854. During the war he became executive officer of the " New Iron- 
sides," in which he took part in twenty-seven engagements, and after the capture of Fort Fisher, 
proceeding to Charleston, he was present at its evacuation, firing the last hostile shot at its 
defences. July, i856, he was assigned to the command of the flag-ship " Hartford," of the Asiatic 
squadron, and participated in the ceremonies incident to the opening of the new treaty ports of 
Japan. Later, while commanding the " Tuscarora," he did most valuable work in deep-sea 
soundings, perfected appliances already in use, and obtained, with piano-forte wire, soundings off 
the coast of Japan, at the extraordinary depth of 4,655 fathoms, or more than five and a quarter 
statute miles. Being the senior officer at the Hawaiian Islands when, in 1874, the election of 
David Kalakaua as king resulted in riot. Commander Belknap landed blue-jackets and marines 
from the " Tuscarora" and " Portsmouth," restored order, and, at the request of the king, occu- 
pied the town six days. He was commissioned as captain, 1875, promoted to rank of commodore, 
June 2, 1885, being ordered to the Naval Observatory at Washington, D. C, from whence he was 
removed to the command of the navy-yard at Mare Island, California. 



138 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



1472. 
1473- 



David, 
Margaret, 



1474. Caroline, 

1475. James B., 



b. Dec. 12, 1810; d. July 3, 1820. 

b. Sept. 20, 1813 ; m. Jonathan W. Clement, 
May 22, 1838 ; 2cl, Leonard M. Kimball, 
Oct. 7, 1851; 3d, Frederick N. Bissell, 
Feb. 19, 1865. A son of the above, Mr. 
J. Fred B. Kimball, of Waltham, Mass., 
who has taken a great interest in the 
preparation of this work, has furnished a 
very carefully arranged record of some 
four hundred descendants of Jerusha 
Spofford (165), from which are taken the 
names of her children and grandchildren 
(the limit fixed upon in the plan of this 
book), 

b. Jan. 13, 1816; d. Sept. 24, 1816. 

b. June 23, 1819; m. Mary Jane Perkins, 
Nov. 27, 1845; settled in Boston, Mass.; 
d. May 6, 1879. 



(511.) Polly (Mary) McAllaster and John McAffee. 



CHILD. 



1476. Mary, m. 



Harris; 2d, Dr. John Karr, of Newport, 



N. H. ; d. 



Second marriage with Adam Gil.more. 



CHILDREN. 



1477. Margaret Ann, m. Daniel George. 

1478. Martha, m. Dr. Lindsey. 

1479. Adaai, m. Mary Ann Watson. 

1480. Sarah, m. Saxon. 



(512.) James McAllaster and Rachel Duree. 

Married Jan. 11, 1818; settled in Boston, Mass. He was a master mechanic, 
and superintendent of public buildings, member of Common Council in 1837 ^'^^ 
1838. He is described as "a generous, good man, and true Christian." His 
wife was of Wrentham, Mass., of French Huguenot descent; born April 23, 
1795; died Oct. 29, 1865. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



139 



CHILDREN. 

b. Dec. 6, 1818; m. Edward Howard, of 
Boston, Apr, 25, 1839 ; d. Jan. 14, 185 i. 
Martha Ann, b. Feb. 10, 1821 ; d. Jan. 24, 1877, at Hing- 
ham, Mass., unm. 

b. Jan. 23, 1823 ; res. Newton Centre, Mass. 

b. Mar. 25, 1825 ; died in spring of 1867. 

b. Apr. 27, 1827 ; m. James Woodruff Oli- 
phant, of Boston, Sept. 21, 1848; res. 
Newton Centre, Mass. 

b. Mar. 20, 1829 ; was drowned at San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., Nov. 5, 1849. 

b. June 22, 183 1 ; m. Horace Henry Hooker, 
of Morristown, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1855 ; d. 
Dec 30, 1865. 

(513.) Benjamin McAllaster and Anne Barr. 

Married Nov. 19, 1807; settled in Newburyport, Mass., where he carried on a 
cabinet and chair factory. He died Oct. 9, 1S64, in Morristown, St. Lawrence 
County, N. Y. The wife, Anne Barr, was born in Bedford, N. H., and diet! in 
Morristown, Feb. 13, 1865. 

CHILD. 

1488. Margaret Ann, b. Oct. 24, 1808 ; d. May 24, 18 14. 

Second marriage with Martha McKinney, Feb. 24, 1822. Settled in Morris- 
town, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 



I48I. 


Harriet, 


E482. 


Martha An 


1483. 


Anjanette, 


1484. 


Henrie'ita, 


1485. 


Maria, 


i486. 


James, 


1487. 


Sarah, 



1489. 
1490. 
I49I. 



A son, 

Martha Ann 
Benjamin, 



b. Dec. 31, 1822 ; d. Dec. 31, 1822. 

b. Nov. 3, 1824; d. July 21, 1842. 

b. Mar. 14, 1827 ; m. Cynthia Jane 
Ophir, June i, 1859 ; res. Omaha, 
Neb. Land commissioner for Ne- 
braska and Kansas Divisions, Union 
Pacific R. R. 

b. Aug. ig, 1829 ; m. Laura A. Chase, 
Jan. 25, 1855 ; ^^s. Mitchell, Kan. ; 
a prosperous farmer. 
Octavius Warren, b. Jan. 11, 1834; m. Ella Parry Jones, 

Sept. 10, 1865 ; res. Lawrence, Kan. ; 
a printer ; burnt out in Quantrell 
raid of 1863. 



1492. James Edwin, 



1493- 



I40 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

1494. Apphia J., b. Jan. 8, 1838 ; graduated at Ogdens- 

burg Academ)', Ogdensburg, N. Y., in 
1855, and has been teaching in Law- 
rence, Kan., since 1870. She has in 
her possession three letters written 
in 18 10 by her grandmother, Jerusha 
(Spofford) McAllaster, to her father, 
and addressed to him at Newburv- 
port, Mass. 



(514.) Apphia S. McAllaster and John Gilmore. 

Married in Bedford, N. H.; settled in Newport, N. H. The husband, a car- 
penter and joiner by trade, was born 17S2; died Jan. 31, 1843; she died July 
25, 1866. 

CHILDREN. 

1495. Mary B., b. Oct. 28, 1804; m. Arza Hayward, Nov. 17, 

1830 ; res. Akron. Ohio, and since her 
widowhood, in CaUfornia. 

1496. Benjamin M., b. Oct. 17, 1806 ; m. Mary J. Cutting, Mar. 

30, 1837 ; 2d, Mrs. Sybil H. Flint, Feb. ii, 
1857 ; d. Aug. 12, 1880, in Newport, N. H. ; 
he was colonel of the 31st Regiment N. H. 
Volunteers in the late war. 

1497. Mar(;aret J., b. Dec. 27, 1810 ; m. Benjamin Tuttle, Oct. 

12, 1841 ; d. Feb. 24, 1887. 

1498. George W., b. Nov. 22, 1814; m. Emily L. Stinson, Nov. 

15, 1842 ; d. Feb. 12, 1869, i^"^ San Fran- 
cisco. 

1499. Stephen D., b. Dec. 14, 1816; m; Caroline Proctor, Dec. 

25, 1844; res. San Francisco, Cal. 

1500. \\'iLLiAM M., b. Aug. 30, 1818 ; m. Ruby L. McGregor, 

Dec. 22, 1842 ; res. Newport, N. H. 

1501. James F., b. Aug. 30, 1820 ; m. Emily C. Thatcher, Mar. 

14, 1847; res. Terre Haute, Ind.; d. Oct. 
24, 1863. 

1502. Martha Ann, b. May 28, 1824; m. Ralph Metcalf,Nov. 16, 

1843 ; res. Chicago, 111. 
i5°3- John F., b. Mar. 4, 1826; m. Hattie Frost. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 141 

(517.) John Spaffori) ;ind Amanda Phillips. 

Married June 14, 1 7 — . He was a son of Deacon Jonathan Spafford, of Whately, 
Mass., and was captain in the War of 181 2. 

CHILDREN, 

1504. *JoHN, b. Oct. 17, ; m. Rachel Willis; 2d, Widow 

Fannie Stanley. 

1505. *EsTHER, b. May 14, 1803; m. Nathaniel Searles. 

1506. *Aman]ia, b. Jan. 18, 180- ; m. Benjamin Atwood. 

1507. *Ransom, b. Aug. I, 1810; m. Catharine Smith. 

1508. *Calvin, b. July 20, 1812; m. Julia Phillips. 

1509. *Uriah, b. Dec. 15, 1815 ; m. Electa J. Selleck. 

1510. *Samuel, b. Feb. 22, 1819; m. Eliza Goodrich. 
151 [. *AsAPH, b. Dec. 23, 1822 : m. Lucy Slocum. 

(518.) Jonas Spaffoed and Abigail Hayden (or Haven). 

He was a son of Deacon Jonathan Spaft'ord, of Whately, Mass., and died about 
1816, in Auburn, Seneca County, N. V. 

CHILDREN. 

1512. *JuLiA Maria, b. Nov. 3, 1810; m. Chester Fox. 

1513. *Samuel Abial, b. 1812 ; m. Calista A. Adee. 

Second marriage with Dollie Disborough, of Seneca Falls, N. V. 

children. 

15 14. Russell, m. ; res. Tyre, N. Y. 

15 15. Thomas, m. . 



(521.) Elizabeth Spoffoed and Caleb Jackson. 

Married May, 1817; resided at Georgetown, Mass., where she died Jan. 31, 183^ 

CHILDREN. 

1516. Daniel R., b. Mar. i, 1818; m. Eunice C. Conant. 

15 17. *Luther H., b. May 18, 1820; m. Sarah Chaplin. 

1518. *Caleb S., b. Sept. 25, 1838; m. Hannah Foster. 

1519. *JosHUA E., b. Aug. 29, 1825; m. Emeline Pingree. 

i'52o. Elizabeth,), , 00^ 

•^ r b. Jan. 31, 1828 ; < 

1521. Hannah, ) ( d. Dec. 15, 1831. 



142 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

(522.) DiADAMiA Spofford and Col. Daniel Moulton. 

Married June 23, 1818; resided at West Newbury, Mass., where she died Sept. 
15, 1876; he died Sept. 13, 1878. 



1522 

1523 
1524 

1525 
1526 



CHILDREN. 

*Hannah M., b. May 11, 1819 ; m. Ichabod Titcomb. 

*Daniel E., b. July 10,1821; m. Rebecca Sawyer. 

Enoch A., b. Apr. 6, 1823 ; died in childhood. 

*Harriet D., b. Jan. 26, 1826 ; m. Henry W. Sawyer. 

Enoch A., b. Nov. 24, 1828 ; m. Caroline M. Thompson. 
He died Nov. 19, 1868. 



(523.) Sarah C. Spofford and Deacon Eben Eaton. 

Married Feb. 3, 1820; resided in Framingham, Mass., where she died Nov. 16, 
1868. He was born in Framingham, Sept. 9, 1789; died July 13, 1883. 

CHILDREN. 

1527. *Samuel W., b. Dec. 25, 1820; m. Catharine E. Demarest. 

1528. *Sereno D., b. Jan. 28, 1823; rn. Caroline Brown j 2d, Ger- 

trude Williams. 

1529. Susan R , b. Nov. 30, 1824; res. at Framingham, Mass. 

1530. *Elizabeth, b. May 31, 1827; m. Rev. Jesse Guernsey. 

1 53 1. *Sarah G., b. Nov. 17, 1829; m. John M. Otis. 

1532. Ann Maria, b. July 14, 1832 ; res. at Framingham, Mass. 
^533- *Harriet B., b. Feb. 2, 1835; m. Rev. Mr. Gilbert. 



(525.) Mary C. Spofford and Andrew Horner. 

Married May 27, 181 2; settled in Georgetown, Mass., where she died Oct. 31, 
1858. 

children. 

1534. Mary Spofford, b. Apr. 11, 1814; m. Thos. H. West, Oct. 8, 

1833 ; res. at Haverhill, Mass. 

1535. James Hervey, b. Oct. 29, 18 16 ; m. Mary E. Proctor, Jan. 

I, 1854. He was for many years U. S. 
Consul at Barranquilla and Savanilla, 
New Grenada (now United States of 
Colombia), in South America; afterward 
appointed U. S. Consular Agt. at Sagua 
la Grande, Cuba, where he died July i, 
1876, universally loved and respected. 



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PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 143 

1536. Susan Rebecca, b. Feb. 15, 1820; m. Humphrey Nel- 

son, Oct. 23, 1840; res. at George- 
town, Mass. 

1537. Williajni Spofford, b. June 29, 1823 ; m. Charlotte N. S. 

Morse, Feb. 3, 1853. Many years 
station agent at Georgetown, Mass. 

1538. Sara Elizabeth, b. Apr. 15, 1828; res. Georgetown. 

1539. Apphia Winter, b. Sept. 28, 1832 ; m. Dr. Alva H. How- 

ard, Sept. 26, 1854; res. at George- 
town, Mass. Mrs. Howard is a brill- 
iant writer and a successful news- 
paper correspondent. 

(526.) Paul Spofford and Sarah Spofford (1059). 

Married March 26, i8e2; resided in New York City. 

" Paul Spofford remained on his father's farm, assisting in its cultivation until 
the age of eighteen, when he entered the store of A. M. Hatch in Haverhill, Mass., 
where, with the exception of a short stay in Salem, N. H., he was clerk and junior 
partner until 181 8. He then formed a partnership with his friend, Thomas Tiles- 
ton, at that time editor of the Haverhill Gazette, and went to New York to estab- 
lish a commission business. It was a partnership that continued without change 
until Islr. Tileston's death, forty-six years afterwards. Mr. Tileston was a high- 
minded man, of great intelligence and ability, blessed with a family in all respects 
worthy of him. The very great intimacy between the two partners and their fam- 
ilies, who during this whole period occupied adjoining houses, was much com- 
mented on. These harmonious relations contributed much to the success of the firm. 

" In a year or two their agency of the Boston packets, and their Spanish trade 
with the West Indies and South America, led them into a shipping business, which 
soon became very large. Their flag, yellow, a blue cross, the letters S T white, 
was in time well known in the four quarters of the globe. They did a large bank- 
ing business, were large importers of West India and South American produce, 
and were heavily engaged in trade with Europe and all parts of the United States. 

" Spofford & Tileston were the first to inaugurate in this country successful 
ocean steam navigation. Others had made sporadic attempts on our coast, but 
disastrous, because with light boats not fit for heavy weather. It was supposed 
that we could not build marine engines in the United States. They showed, 
when they built the steamship ' Southerner,' and put her on the Charleston 
route, under Capt. Michael Berry, that American skill could build steamships 
equal to any in the world. Collins, Vanderbilt, Law, Aspinwall, and others soon 
followed with their splendid steamships, and for a time it seemed as if the suprem- 
acy would pass from England. 

" During the Civil War Spofford & Tileston were firm adherents of the North, 
and aided largely with their means and counsel. Some of their steamers entered 
government service. They armed the others and obtained commissions in the 
navy for the captains. As for their sailing ships, they trusted to the prudence of 
their commanders. One of their steamers, the 'Nashville,' was seized by the 



144 I'AKKNTS SIX'lII C.KNERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

C'Dnfederates, and as a privateer did much mischief. All their other vessels 
escaped harm, though they had refused to yield to the temptation to put them 
under a foreign flag. It was a great gratification that during their long career as 
steamship owners, none met with disaster, nor was there ever any loss of life by 
acciilent. 

^' In 1S64, Mr. .Spofford lost l^y death this friend and partner of half a century, 
but he bore up manfully under the blow, and continued in active business until 
his own death, five years later — Oct. 28, 1869. . 

" Mr. Spofford was director in numerous banks, railroads, and insurance and 
other companies, and w as for many years treasurer and member of the council of 
the New York University. 

" He was a very active man, full of life and energy, of lithe, spare form, of dark 
complexion, very bright black eyes, beautiful silky hair clustering in natural curls, 
black as jet, until age began to tinge it gray. He always enjoyed excellent health, 
the result of a good constitution and a prudent life, free from excess of any kind; 
it stood him in good stead in 1858, when, suffering from a fearful blow on the 
head, caused by accident, it seemed for many weeks almost impossible to save 
him. He was a man of very deep feelings, a devoted husband and father, and 
very kind and considerate to those under him. There never was the ^lightest 
appearance of that haughtiness and assumption which great success begets in some 
men. On the contrary, he was modest and retiring in demeanor. Though some- 
what slow of speech, he was very witty and quick at repartee. When a lad he 
excelled in riding, shooting, skating, and wrestling; but in manhood, business so 
completely occupied his attention that he gave them up entirely, except that he 
and Mr. Tileston always having good horses, would generally ride out together on 
pleasant afternoons. 

" In the early part of this period he had a splendid sorrel, a most beautiful 
horse, full of fire and life, with arching neck, expressive eyes, a long tail sweeping 
the ground and most gracefully carried. No one but Mr. Spofford could ride 
him. He understood all his ways. It needed great care and quickness to mount 
him. Then the horse, after cuvetting, prancing sideways, and rearing so he would 
almost fall backwards, and by these actions having greatly delighted all the urchins 
in the street, would suddenly break into a gallop, and yielding to the kind but 
firm treatment of his master, comport himself in a proper manner during the ride. 
He was perfectly fearless, and portrayed most vividly the war-horse so powerfully 
described in the Book of Job. The poor horse came to a bad end. In struggling 
with his groom, while he managed to throw him, he broke his own leg. Mr. 
S)iottord mourned greatly for him, and was never afterwards in saddle, but con- 
tented himself with good driving horses. 

"In those days (1825-50) New York was far below its present colossal size. 
The I'.loomingdale road and Third Avenue afforded many miles of pleasant drives, 
where now there are only stone-paved streets and solid blocks of buildings. 

" ^Vhen he landed in New York, green fields began at Canal Street, less than a 
mile from the lialtery, and it was a most picturesque commingling of hills, and 
woods, and rocks, and glens, and grassy dells — a scenery far surpassing in nat- 
ural beauty the far-famed Central Park. Almost every turn of the roads gave 
enchanting views of the Hudson and East Rivers, their banks enlivened with 
charming country residences. At that time there was no gas ; the streets were 



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PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 145 

dimly lighted with oil. There were no stoves nor ranges ; all cooking was with 
wood. There was no Crolon. For household purposes water was brought by the 
servants from pumps in the streets or from cisterns in the yards. Many families 
bought ' spring water ' by the pail, brought to them in carts that made a daily 
round. There were no railroads, no steamships, and but very few and very slow 
steamboats. It was long before the telegraph, photography, and other wonderful 
inventions of this nineteenth century, now so common that we can hardly realize 
how we would get on without them. Chicago, Kansas City, San Francisco, were 
not even dreamed of. But why enlarge on what is patent to every one who gives 
the subject a moment's thought? 

" In the life of so prominent a citizen, amid such changes, there are many inci- 
dents which would be of interest, but this outline must suffice." 

CHILDREN. 

1540. Paul Nelson, res. New York. 

1541. Mary Louisa, b. Aug. 2, 1826; d. May 27, 1827. 

Mrs. Spofford having died May 30, 1827, Paul Spofford contracted a second 
marriage with Susan B. Spring, a daughter of Rev. Dr. Cardner Spring, ( )ctober, 
1837. She died May 18, 1886. 

CHILDREN. 

1542. Joseph Louis, b. Aug. 8, 1841 ; m., 1864, Margaret, 

daughter of Francis Watson, Esq., 
of Lakeview, Lurgan, Ireland. She 
died Jan. 30, 1887. 

1543. *Anna Pauline, b. July 11, 1843 ! "''■ Thos. W. Pearsall. 

1544. *Gardiner Spring, b. Jan. 21, 1846; m. Harriet A. Townsend 

1545. Edward Clarence, b. Dec. 11, 1855 ; res. New York City. 

1546. Eugene Walton, b. Aug. 19, 1858 ; res. New York City, 

where he died from fracture of the skull, by being 
thrown from his horse. " He was a good rider, and no 
one knows how it happened, only that an hour after he 
had left the house in the full flush of health, he was 
picked up on the Boulevard and brought home. As 
the groom lifted him from the wagon he partially re- 
vived, and murmured, "I don't know how it happened"; 
then he became unconscious until his death a week 
afterwards. He was universally beloved and respected, 
as near faultless as man can be. He was a fine-look- 
ing young man, a great favorite in society, of quiet, re- 
fined tastes, fond of music, painting, and scientific 
pursuits. His mind seemed to dwell on improvements, 
and had he lived, doubtless he would have distinguished 
himself as an inventor." 



146 TAKKXrs SIX III (IHXKRATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(,")27.) SusAX Prescott Spofford and Aroet Melvin 
Hatch. 

Married July 8, 1813; settled in New York City. 

CHILDREN. I 

1:^47. *Lewis Melvin, b. Nov. 28, 1815 ; m. Emily E. Bell. ] 

1548. Walter TiLDEN, banker, cor. Pine and Nassau Streets, j 

New York. ; 

1549. Charles Spofford, res. Mariposa, Cal. \ 

1550. George Wales, died in California. "< 

1551. Henry Prescott, died young. ' 

I 

(528.) Mehitable Spofford and Caleb Hersey. ■ 

Resided at Haverhill, >Liss., where she died, July 16, 1880. Mr. Hersey died ; 

March, 1873. J 

CHILDREN. I 

i 

1552. Caleb W., m. Miss, Hunt, of Salem; res. Haverhill, Mass. J 

1553. George, m. Eliza J. Bickford. ] 

1554. Sarah S., res. Haverhill, Mass. '1 

1555. Susan, res. Haverhill, Mass. '' 

i 

(529.) Sarah C. Spofford and William H. Carleton. 

Married March 22, 1825; resided at South Groveland, Mass., where she died, ] 
Jan. 22, 1868. 

children. j 

1556. William A., b. Nov. 24, 1826; m. Rebecca Brown. j 

1557. Warren H., b. June 16, 1829; d. June 30, 1840. i 

1558. Mary W., b. June 17, 1843 ; m. John H. Baker. \ 



(530.) Moses Spofford and Eliza A. Dresser. 

Married June 3, 1835. Mrs. Spofford, the mother, died Jan. 3, 1840, aged 35; 
she was of Brownfield, Me. The husband died in Haverhill, Mass. 

children. 

1559. Mary Ann, b. Mar. 28, 1836. 

1560, Susan, b. Jan. 14, 1838; d. Feb. 17, 1840. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 147 

(531.) Sally Spofford and Phineas Barnes. 

Married Dec. 22, 1807. She was of Boxford, Mass.; he of Waltham, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1559. Mary, b. at Waltham, Oct. 10, 1808; m. Eli- 

jah Gould of Topsfield, Mass., June 
5» 1833. 
*Sarah, b. Aug. 13, 1810 • m. Wm. Dorman. 

Benjamin Spofford, b. Oct. 10, 1812; d. Oct. 16, 1813. 
*Benjamin Spofford, b. Sept. 2, 1814; m. Dorcas Kimball. 
*Lydia, b. Oct. 2, 1816; m. Jesse Kimball. 

*Rebecca, ■ b. Aug. 14, 1819; m.Wm. Pickett. 

*Phineas W., b. Apr. 4,1822; m. Harriet Russell. 



1560 
1561 

1562 

1563 
1564 
1565 



(532.) Mary A. Spofford and Nathaniel Nelson. 

He was a son of Solomon and Elizalieth (Mighill) Nelson; born Feb. 17 
1767; married Dec. 31, 1828; resided at Georgetown, Mass., where he died, 
March 19, 18^3. Mary, his wife, died Jan. 15, 1856, aged 69. 

child. 
1566. *Elizabeth, b. May 9, 1830; m. J. P. Jones, Esq. 

A former wife of Nathaniel Nelson, who had children, Elizabeth, Sally, Mary, 
and William, was Sally Chaplin, a daughter of Jonathan and Mehitable (Hale) 
Chaplin. 



(535.) Abel Howe and Margaret Bixby. 

children. 

1567. William Appleton. 

1568. Margaret. 

1569. Edward, resided at Boxford, Mass.; ni. Mary Ann 

Lowe; their son. Prof. Jas, H. Howe, 
of De Pauw University, Green Castle, 
Ind., has contributed the records of his 
family descent from Eleanor Spofford 
(180). 



b. July 22, 1824; Company K, 50th Regt., 
Mabs. Vol'^. ; rts. Boxford, Mass. 



1570- 


Adeline, 


157'- 


Abel Spofford 


1572- 


Willard p., 



148 I'AREXTS SIXTH CENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

(537.) Maki' Stafford and Levi Slack. 

Married July 18, i8l2; settled in Plymouth, Vt. She died Sept. 10, 1862, 
aged 80; her husband, Aug. 24, 1875, Jig^i'l 91 years, 10 months. 

CHILDREN. 

1573. CARor.iNE A., b. May 3, 1813; m. Sept, 21, 1837, Caleb 

Wood ; res. at Cambridgeport, Mass. 
Her husband, in whose honor Wood 
Memorial Church in Cambridge was 
named, d. Aug. 29, 1877. Mrs. Wood 
died in Cambridgeport, Dec. 6, 1886, 
bequeathing from her large estate, 
$50,000 to Wellesley College, $25,000 
for the establishment of a home for 
aged women in Cambridge, and other 
large donations. 

1574. *JoHN Spafford, b. May 13, 1817 ; m. Elvira Lake ; 2d, Julia 

Eaton. 

1575. Levi M., b. Sept. 4, 1820; killed by Indians in Cali- 

fornia, Nov. 24, 185 1. 

1576. *AuGUSTUs D., b. May 29, 1822 ; m. Frances E. Raymond; 

2d, Mrs. Mary F. (Derby) Slack ; 3d, 
Anna C. Gilson. 

1577. Adaline. 

(538.) Dr. John Spafford and Lucy Moore. 

.Settled in Adams, N. Y., where he died, 1825. She was of Weathersfield, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1578. Harriet, b. 1816; m. Jason Marsh, lived in Rockford, 

Til. Mr. Marsh was colonel of the 75th 
Regiment, 111. Vols. Wounded in the 
battle of Lookout Mountain, was highly 
esteemed by his brother officers. Mrs. 
Marsh died Jan. 31, 1870; her husband in 
i88o. 

'579- *Charles H., b. Jan. 5, 1819 ; m. Abbie Warren. 

i5cSo. *JoHN, b. Mar. 26, 1821 ; m. Harriet White. 

15S1. *A. Catlin, b. Sept. 14, 1824; m. Elizabeth White. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 149 

(540.) Betsey Spafford and Simeon Hale. 

Resided at Windsor, Vt.; she died in Plymouth, Vt.; he in Indiana. 

CHILDREN. 

1582. *Adaline E., b. Mar., 29, 1828 ; in. George F. Tarbell. 

1583. Fannie, b. .N'ov. 14, 1831 ; died aged about 9 years; 

interred at Plymouth Notch, Vt. 

(541.) Oliver Spafford and Lucinda Burton. 

Married in Portland, Chautauqua County, N. V. In 181 7, after varied adven- 
tures, they settled in Cincinnati (numbering then but a few hundred people), 
where he engaged in the book trade, publishing (besides a directory of the place) 
" Webster's Elementary Spelling Book " and " The American Preceptor," a once 
noted school reading book. After one or two other changes, he came to Erie, Pa., 
in 1828, where he became the founder of a large and successful publishing concern, 
and where he passed the remainder of his life, which closed Sept. 30, 1881, his 
wife having died Jan. 6, 1885, aged 62. During his long career, from the experi- 
ences of an enterprising pioneer life to the sunset of a tranquil old age, he was a 
man of active mind, broad ideas, and large influence. 









children. 


1584 


*Oliver D., 


b. 


Sept. 


15. 


1817 


158s 


Margaret A., 


b. 


Nov. 


20, 


1819 


1586 


*Elizabeth K. 


b. 


Mar. 


22, 


1821 


1587 


Charles W., 


b. 


Nov. 


15. 


1822 


1588 


Lucinda A., 


b. 


May 


12, 


1825 


1589 


*Charlotte a. 


,b. 


Sept. 


1, 


1826 


1590 


*Mary J, 


b. 


Dec. 


18, 


1828 


I59I 


*Eleanor L., 


b. 


May 


23, 


1830 


1592 


*Sarah M., 


b. 


Sept. 


16, 


1833 


1593 


*Charles R., 


b. 


Sept. 


16, 


1835 


1594 


Curtis J., 


b. 


Aug. 


25. 


1837 








at Gaine; 


,' Hil 



m. Margaret Dickson. 

d. June 21, 1876. 

m. Geo. W. Riblett. 

d. April, 1825. 

d. Dec, 1827. 

m. Jonas Gunnison. 

m. Sidney Kelsey. 

m. John B. Gunnison. 

m. Jas. Hammon. 

m. Caroline V. Culver. 

82d Fenn. Vols. ; killed 

June 27, 1862. 



(542.) Fanny Spafford and Augustus Fling. 

Married Aug. 18, 1818; resided at Potsdam, N. Y. ; she died July i, I S3 1; her 
husband, Sept. 12, 1863. 

children. 

*.Angeline, b. Feb. 14, 1822 

*Harriet Augusta, b. Aug. 29, 1826 

Julia Spafford, b. Oct. 8, 1828 

Helen, b. Aug. 24, 1830 

II 



'595 
1596. 

1597- 
1598. 



m. Dan M. Turner, 
m. Henry Watkins. 
d. Oct. 10. 1829. 
d. Apr. 5, 1832. 



150 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH 

(543.) Dan Spafford and Julia Gallaway. 

She was of Ogdensburg, N. v.; married Dec. 12, 1830; settled in Rockford, 111 

CHILDREN. 

1599. *LucY E., b. Dec. 17, 1831 ; m. L. B. Gregory. 

1600. Carroll, b. Aug. 30, 1833; d. Feb. 10, 1880. 

1601. [_Emma, b. Aug. 15, 1846; m. G. W. Mason; res. Eau 

Claire, Wis. 

1602. Ella, b. Apr. 14, 1848. 

1603. Julia. b. Aug. 10, 1850; d. May 10, 1863. 

1604. Fanny, b. July 25, 1852. 



(544.) Mary Grout and Elisha Bisbee. 

Lived in Springfield, Vt. 



1605. Betsey, 

1606. David, 

1607. Hiram, 

1608. Abner, 

i6og. Sarah, 

1610. Emily, 

161 1. Isaac, 

161 2. Aaron, 

1613 JOSIAH, 

16 14. Noah, 

16 15. Mary, 

1616. Martha. 



CHILDREN. 



m. Jefferson Parks ; deceased. 

m. Sally Albee ; deceased. 

m. Betsey Campbell ; deceased. 

b. Dec. II, 1806; m. Cynthia Ralph; 
res. Springfield, Vt. 

ni. Daniel Ralph; deceased. 

m. James Cass ; res. Warwick, Mass. 

m. Amanda Fox; res. Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 

m. Elvira F. Warren ; deceased. 

b. Nov. 16, 1819; m. Louisa Spen- 
cer; res. Springfield Vt. 

m. Sarah Hooker; res. Brandon, Vt. 

m. Benj. A. Bragg; died in Texas. 

m. Cornelius Divoll ; res. Warren, Vt. 
1617. Maria Antoinette, m. Lucius G. Spencer; 2d, Daniel 

Ralph ; 3d, Albert B. Mosier ; 
res. Sharon, Vt. 



(545.) Sarah Grout and Oliver Tarbell. 

Married 1806; resided at Cavendish, Vt., where he died, March 7, i860, aged 
95 years, i month, 5 days; his wife died April 9, 1865, aged 80 years. 




DAN SPAFFORD, 
ROCKFORD, ILL. 



--- f 



j THE rii' W WjXK ■ 
(PUBLIC L.mAp.j 



! ASTOR, LENOX AND 
jTILDEN FOUND/. T£ONa 
1 ^ L 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 151 

CHILDREN. 

1618. Almira, b. Nov. 22, 1S06 ; m. Stephen Pierce; cl. Sept. 

26, 1875. 

1619. Asa, b. Mar. i, 180S ; m. Calista Cushman ; d. Jan. 

19, 1881. 

1620. Cynthia, b. July 10,1809; m. Trumbell Adams ; d. Sept. 

3, 1848. 

1621. Addison, b. Jan. 28, 1811 ; m. Florilla Parker ; d. June 

8, 1875. 

1622. Maria, b. July 24, 1812 ; m. Addison Adams, Ches- 

ter, Vt. 

1623. Charlotte, b. Apr. 22, 1814; m. Calvin White; 2d, Za- 

cheus Bates, Felchville, Vt. 

1624. Everett, b. Jan. 8, 1816; d. Mar. 27, 1816. 

1625. Saloma, b. Mar. 24, 1817; m. Paul W. Stearns, Felch 

ville, Vt. 

1626. Ryland, b. May 6, 1819; died at Kansas City, Mo., 

Feb. 10, 1880, unm. 

1627. Carol[ne, b. Oct. 30, 182 1 j m. Jacob Vanderheyden, of 

Brunswick, N. Y. 

1628. Stella, b. Mar. 16, 1823 ; m. John Adams, Brunswick, 

N. Y. 

1629. Candace, b. Dec. 4, 1824; m. Samuel Densmore ; 2d, 

Jacob V. Adams, Brunswick, N. Y. 

1630. Sarah A., b. Jan. 21, 1827; m. Derrick V. Adams; res. 

Brunswick, N. Y. 

1631. Walton E., b. Mar. 10, 1830; d. Sept. 10, 1835. 

(54fi.) Charlotte Grout and Nathaniel Joslyn. 

He was born in Weathersfield, Vt., Aug. 15, 1787; settled in Waitsfield, Vt., 
afterward in the West. Mrs. Joslyn died April 30, 1846; Nathaniel Joslyn, 
March 22, 1864. 

children. 

1632. Nathaniel G., b. Aug. 5, 1807 ; m. Lovina Richardson ; 

died in Waitsfield, Vt., June 28, 1874. 

1633. Joseph O., b. Mar. 11, 1809; res. Walpole, N. H. 

1634. Meritta, b. Mar. 13, 181 1. 

1635. Zenette, b. Oct. 23, 1813. 

1636. Lorenzo D., b. Feb. 28,1816; d. 1885, in Greenfield, 

Mass. 



152 1'ARE^TS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



1637. Albert M., b. July 

1638. Charlotte, b. May 

1639. Asa Fayeite, b. Sept. 4, 1824. 

1640. Elisha W., b. Jan. 2, 1827. 



3, i8i9;l 
17, 1822 ; ) 



settled in the West. 



(553.) Abel Spafford and Matilda Grout. 

Married March i, 1811; of Weathersfield, Vt. He died June 18, 1863; his 
wife, Nov. 27, 1881, aged 92 years, 11 months. 



1641. 
1642. 
1643. 
1644. 
1645- 

1646. 
1647. 



*VVilliam H., 
Minerva, 

*Nancy, 
*Marcia a., 
Henry F., 



children. 

b. Sept. 13, 1812 ; m. Eliza M. Rumrill. 
b. Sept. 7, 1813; d. Sept. 15, 1827. 
b. Apr. 24, 1819; m. William Hadley. 
b. Jan. II, 1823; m. Henry A. Thayer, 
b. Feb. 9, 1826 ; d. at Weymouth, Mass., 

June 18, 1850. 
Mary Matilda, b. Feb. 2, 1829 ; m. Azro Craigne ; 2d, 

William Hadley. See (1643). 
Chandler, b. May 5, 1830; m. Jane M. Perkins. 

Oct. 16, 1853; d. Dec. 20, 1868, in 

Chicago, 111. 



(554.) Stephen Spafford and Nancy Eaton. 

She was born in Stoddard, N. H., March 19, 1796; removed from Weathersfield, 
Vt , to Eaton, Ohio, where he died April 19, 1872; she died May 21, 1877. 



1648. 
1649. 



1650. 

1651. 

1652. 

1653- 
1654, 



CHILDREN. 

Melvin, b. Aug. 29, 1818; died in Weathersfield, Vt., 
May 22, 1846. 

Milton, b. Jan. 14, 1821; m. Martha Spaulding, Apr. 
18, 1849; died at Dover, Ohio, Sept. 5, 1857 ; 
his widow (now Mrs. Streeter) lives in Felch- 
ville, Vt. 

Wallace, b. Sept. 13, 1823 ; res. Grafton, Lorain Co., O. 

Emily, b. Dec. 26, 1825 ; died in Weathersfield, Vt., 

Jan. 17, 1826. 

*SaloiME, b. Dec. 24, 1826; m. Vital B. Desrochers. 

Franklin, b. Nov. 29, 1828 ; res.^Grafton, Ohio. 

HjRAM, b. Feb. 22, 1837 ; d. Aug. 17, 1852, at Weath- 
ersfield, Vt. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 153 



(556.) Fanny SrAFFORD and Elias Russell. 

Married in Weatherstield, Vt. She died Oct. 28, 18S0, at Cavendish, Vt., her 
husband having died Feb. 12, 1858. 

CHILD. 

1655. Electa W., b. Sept. 16, 1834; m. Heywood Conant, Con- 

cord, Mass., Nov. 13, 1 86 1. 

(557.) RoxANNA Spafford iind Moses Kidder, 

Married in 1822; settled in Lomira, Dodge County, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

1656. *JosEPH S., b. Aug. 2, 1823; m. Mary E. Chatterton. 

1657. *Andre\v J., b. Jan. i, 1825; m. Sarah A. Vangilder. 

1658. Henry H., b. Mar. 23, 1827; supposed to have been killed 

by Indians, 186 1. 

Second marriage with Asahel Robbins, 1835. He died May 2, i860. 

CHILD. 

1659. *JoHN H., b. Feb. 28, 1836; m. Elizabeth Palmer. 
(558.) Hiram Spafford t\nd Paulina Cutter. 

She was of JatTrey, N. H.; married Feb. 18, 1835; resided at Springfield, Vt., 
where he died July 16, 1846, aged 45. 

CHILDREN. 

1660. Abbie L., b. Oct. 25, 1839; ^- Dec. 29, 1871. 

1661. *HiRAM Duncan, b. July 29, £841; m. Mary Georgianna 

Fowler, June 4, 1867. 

(562.) John Spafford and Marianna Hemenway. 

Married March 16, 1834; settled in Weathersfield, Vt.; has served as county 
commissioner, justice of peace, town representative, etc. 

CHILDREN, 

1662. *George, b. Oct. 23, 1835-, rn. Jane Sophia Jones. 

1663. Joseph, b. Nov, 3, 1S37 ; d. Apr. 25, 1867, from dis- 

ease contracted in the army, 

1664. *Mary Jane, b. Jan. 12, 1839 ; m. Col, Nelson F. Craigne, 



154 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

(5G4.) Levi Barber and Cynthia Stannard. 

CHILDREN. 

1665. Si'AFFORD, b. Sept. 9, 1801 ; res. Scranton, Pa.; a son, Levi. 

1666. Levi, died in Scranton, Pa., 1S83. 

1667. Betsey, b. July 19, 1800; m. Luny Thayer; res. Parish, 

Oswego County, N. Y. ; d. 1875. 



(5G8.) Jacob Spafford .ind Electa Chittenden. 

She was the sixth daughter of Thomas Chittenden, governor of Vermont. 1 778—96. 
They emigrated from Richmond, Vt., to Ohio, locating on the " Reserves" in 1816, 
the journey talking four weeks by teams. Beside the children mentioned below, 
three died in infancy. 

CHILDREN. 



166S 
1669 
1670 
1671 
1672 

1673 

1674 

1675 
1676 

1677 

1678 



*Sarah, m. Roswell Barnett. 

*Thomas, m. Emily McMann. 

*Noah, m. Lydia Carter; 2d, Betsey Stearns. 

*Albert, m. Orline Brown. 

*Elizabeth, m. Erastus Beckwith. 

Anna, m. Dr. Samuel Austin. Children : Marv and 

William. 
*Martin C, m. Mary W. Brown. 
*Beulah, m. Heman Ellsworth. 
*Electa, m. Moses Oviatt. 

Harry, b. Dec. 13, 1825 ; died aged 23. 

Jonathan, m. Laura Oviatt. 



(569.) Smalley Spafford and Rebecca Proctor. 

He was a native of Connecticut. They located in Richmond, Vt., thence emi- 
grating, in 1816, to Brighton, Ontario, where he died, Jan. 20, 1845; ^is wife 
died Feb. i, 1853, aged 67. 

children. 

1679. *Susannah, b. Oct. 15, 1806 ; ni. David Saxton, 

1650. *Sarah, b. Nov. 22, 1808; \w. Ira Hodges. 

1651. *Theodore L., b. Feb. 10, 1811; ra. Sophia E. L. Lock- 

wood. 
1682. *Catharine a., b. Nov. 4, 1813; m. Biklad Franklin. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 155 



1683. JOSIAH, 



1684. 

1685. 
1686. 



1687. 
1688. 



b. July 23, 1815; m, Matilda Knighton, 
of Nottingham, Eng. ; d. Feb. 18. 1843 ; 
a son, Harvey, and grandson, Oscar J. 
*Charlotte E., b. Dec. 24, 1817; m. Asher Merrill; 2d, 

John Honey, 
b. Jan. 8, 1822 ; m. Harrison Bettes. 
b. June 4, 1824; m, Reuben E. Warren, 
who died Sept. 17, 1859 ; 2d, Isaac 
Woodruff, Apr. 5, 1870; res. Batavia, 
N. Y. 
* Jacob A.> b- Feb. 24, 1827 ; m. Sarah Day. 

An infant, died. 



*Caroline L., 

HULDAH E., 



(573.) Sarah Spafford and Leonard Hodges. 

Lived in Williston, V-L 



1689. 
1690. 
1691. 
1692. 



CHILDREN. 



*Erastus, m, Abigail Stanton. 

*Harry, m. Lucinda Rhodes ; 2d, Hannah Russell. 

*George, m. Polly Clark. 

*Jacob S., m, Elizabeth Day. 



(574 ) Betsey Spafford and Heman Spafford. 

For family, see Heman Spafford >(577). 

(575.) David Spafford and Hannah Smith. 

Married Dec. 2, 1803, in Tinmouth, Vt.; removed, in 1823, to Middletown, Vt., 
from thence to Granville, N. V., in 1841, and in 1844, to Fond du Lac, Wis., 
where he died, Jan. 2, 1864, having been by occupation a farmer. His wife was 
born Jan. 12, 1786, in Canaan, N. H.; died Dec. 15, i860, at P^ond du Lac, Wis. 



CHILDREN. 



1693. 


*Betsey, 


b. 


July 


5> 


1804 ; 


1694. 


*David, 


b. 


Sept 


25, 


1806; 


1695. 


George, 


b. 


Feb. 


13. 


1809 ; 


1696. 


Mary, 


b. 


Aug. 


26, 


1811- 


1697. 


*Oliver S., 


b. 


Sept. 


16, 


i8i2-, 


1698. 


*Eliza, 


b. 


Oct. 


20, 


1816; 


1599. 


*JAY, 


b. 


July 


18, 


1819; 



m. Benona Young, 

m, Olive Crocker, 

d. Nov. 6, 18 1 4. 

d. Nov. 3, 1811. 

m. Sylvia Mallory. 

m. Lucas Adams, 

m. Mary Starkes. 



156 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

1700. Harris, b. Nov. 11, 1822; a farmer and carpenter 

by occupation ; res. Fond du Lac, Wis. 
By him is furnished a carefully prepared 
record of his family connection. 

170-1. Hannah J., b. Sept. 10, 1826; m., 1845, Jay T. Hall in 

Fond du Lac, Wis. She died Feb. 14, 
1849 ; an infant daughter, Ursula, died 
Feb. 28, 1850. 

1702. *EuGENE F., b. Sept. 12, 1S28; m Mary E Treadway. 



(oTT.) Heman Spafford and Bktsey Spafford (574). 

He was a person of strong likes and dislikes, a lover of books and of horses, 
and a man of considerable means. He was high bailiff 'of Rutland County, Vt., 
and died May 31, 1862, aged 88, his wife having died Sept. 19, 1837. 

CHILDREN. 

1703. '*Phebe E., b. Sept. 21, 1807; m. Daniel Piatt. 

1704. Eliza, died young. 

(579.) Horatio Gates Spafford and Hannah Bristol. 

Married May 19, iSoo; resided in Albany, N. Y., Spafford, Pa., and in Lansing- 
burg, N. v., where he died of cholera, Aug. 7, 1832. 

" Horatio Gates Spafford, LL. D., was a man of strong mind, broad culture, and 
rare intellectual attainments. His ' Gazetteer of New York,' published in 1824, and 
his many other valuable works, bear witness to his genius, industry, and versatile 
talents; while on abstruse and scientific subjects he more especially evinced great 
research, precision, and originality. He was an able and experienced agricultu- 
rist, and in public life a philanthropist, ever desiring the diffusion of knowledge 
and advancement in the arts and sciences, while his estimable character and ami- 
able manners gave him a large influence." 

CHILDREN. 

b. 1801 ; m. Matt. Leffingwell. 

b. Mar. 10, 1803 ; ni. Isaac McDonald. 

born at Canaan, N. Y., as were also her older 

sisters; m. Duncan McDonald, 
b. Apr. 6, 1806; m. Ellen Corser. 
m. Eben Baker; 2d, John S. Perry; died at 
Troy, N. Y., June 25, 1884. 
1710. *Marcus B., m. Eliza Hatch; res. Di.\on, 111. 



1705- 


*Mary, 


1706. 


*Myra, 


1707. 


*JULIA A., 


1708. 


*JULIUS, 


1709. 


Marcia, 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 157 

Seciind marriage with Elizabeth Clark Hewitt, of Canaan, N. Y. After 
the decease of her husband, she removed to Albany, N. Y., and died there. 



1 7 12. Florence Rachel, 



CHILDREN. 

1711. Elizabeth Hewitt, b. 1815; a gifted and accom- 

plished lady, a teacher in 
Albany, N. Y., Female Sem- 
inary ; died in Jacksonville, 
Fla., Jan. 8, 1842. 
b. 1818 ; m., 1840, Hon. Samuel 
Barstow ; died in Detroit, 
Mich., Jan. 25, 1842. 
b. Aug. 10, 1822 ; m. Judge J. 
R. Laurence. 
*Margaret Wentworth, b. Nov. 12, 1825 ; m. Lieu\ 

Arthur Thornton Lee. 
*Horatio Gates, b. Oct. 20, 1828; m. Anna Tu- 

bena Larson. 



1713- 
1714. 

1715- 



*Eureka, 



(580.) Mary Spafford and Caleb Royce. 

Married Oct. 30, 1797; resided at Richford, Vt., where she died, Jan. 18, 1857. 
Her husband was born at Tinmouth, Vt., Nov. 16, 1775; died Aug. 14, 1844, at 
Richford, Vt. 







children. 




I7I6. 


*SOPHIA, 


b. 


Sept. 8, 


1800; 


I7I7. 


*Eliza, 


b. 


Feb. 19, 


1803; 


I7I8. 


*GuY Carleton, 


b. 


Feb. 28, 


1805; 


I7I9. 


*Aeigail, 


b. 


Feb. 18, 


1807; 


1720. 


*Caleb, 


b. 


Aug. 19, 


1809 ; 


I72I. 


*Laura, 


b. 


June 18, 


1811; 


1722. 


*JoHN Spafford, 


b. 


Aug- i3» 


1814; 


1723- 


*Jane, 


b. 


Feb. II, 


1817; 


1724. 


*Heman Spafford 


,b. 


June II, 


1819; 


1725- 


*Charles Stuart, 


b. 


Aug. II, 


1823; 


1726. 


Mary M., 


b. 


Jan. 13, 


1826; 



m. Jason Smith. 

m. Joseph Rounds. 

m. Lucy Flint. 

m. Thos. F. Spencer. 

m. Amanda Flint. 

m. Orson Carpenter. 

m. Charlotte Styker. 

m. George C. Dyer. 

m. Mary W. Parson?. 

m. Abigail W. Corlisf. 
; m., Dec. 8, i860, Cha.'". 
Blair, a native of Fletcher, Vt., where 
he died July 25, 1865 ; three chil- 
dren died in infancy. 



158 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(581.) John Spafford and Sally Caescallen. 

Married 1S09; resided at Earnestown, Province of Ontario, Canada, where he 
died, 1863; his wife, 1869. Two sons and a daughter of this family died of con- 
sumption within two weeks, in 1853. 



CHILDREN. 



1727. Guy Carleton, 



1728. 
1729. 

1730- 
1731- 



*JoHN Archibald, 
Horatio Gates, 

Sarah Caroline, 



b. 18 II, at Camden, Acldington 
County, Ontario; d. 1828. 

b. June 9, 18 13 ; m. Esther Werner. 

b. 1815 ; a physician; died, unm., 
Earnestown, Nov. 11, 1846. 

b. 1817; d. 1853. 
Charlotte Augusta, b. 1819; m. James Sandison ; d 

1878, leaving a daughter. 

b. 182 1 ; civil engineer in the Un- 
ion Army during the Rebellion ; 
died in Tennessee in war time. 

b, 1824; m. Eliza McDowell. 

b. 1827 ; a lawyer by profession, 
practised in Kingston, Ontario; 
died in Earnestown, Ontario, 

1853- 
b, Apr. 27, 1828 ; m. Mary E. 

Peterson. 

b. 1830 ; m. Orson Carpenter. 



1732. George C, 



1733. *Luke Carscallen, 

1734. Hiram Lindlay, 



1735. *Heman Whitman, 



1736. *Mary Eureka, 

1737. Guy Carleton, 



b. 1832 ; d. 1853 ; a law student. 



(582.) Hannah Spafford and Rev. Royal Phelps. 

Married in Lowville, N. V., by Rev. James Murdock, Feb. 2, 1S06. She died 
in Lowville, June 17, 1831, aged 47. Her husband was born at Westfield, Mass., 
March 16, 17S1; died in Watertown, N. V., Nov. 16, 1831; he was a Presbyte- 
rian minister. Their children were born in Sempronius, N. V. 



children. 

1738. *Mary Spafford, b. Jan. 5, 1807; m. Gordyce Wilbur. 

1739. *RoYAL, b. Mar. 30, 1809; m. Anita Maytin. 

1740. Hannah Baldwin, b. June 23, 1815 ; died at Bath, Bay of 

Quinte', Canada, June 4, 1831. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 159 

(586.) Sophia Spafford and Richard Williajis. 

Married June 7, 1807; resided in Canada. 

CHILDREN. 

1741. George, m. ; lived in Williston, Vt. 

1742. Julia, m. Winters. 

1743. Sophia, died single. 

(587.) Phebe p. Spafford and Edward Stevenson. 

Married at Lowville, N. Y., Feb. 5, 1S20. She died, August, 1S71, at English- 
ville, Alpine, Mich. Her husband was born Feb. 24, 1781; died March 18, 1843. 



1744 

1745 
1746 

1747 
1748 

1749 

1750 
1751 



CHILDREN. 

*Edward a., b. June 14, 1821 ; governor of Idaho. 
*HiRAM S., b. July 8, 1823 ; m. Lois E. Damming. 
*Charles C, b. Feb. 20, 1826; governor of Nevada. 

Mary S., b. Apr. 8, 1828; d May 21, 1829. 

Herford S., b. Apr. 6, 1830; d. Oct. 10, 1850, Alpine 
Mich. 
*Marv E., b. June 10, 1832 ; m. Norman Cummings. 
*WiLLiAM H., b. June 23, 1834; m,. Hattie E. Johnson. 
*Adelaide S., b. July 4, 1836; m. Nelson Cummings. 



(594.) Ira Spafford and Margaret Friar. 

Settled in Hallowell, now Athol, Canada; he was a native of Vermont. 

CHILDREN. 

1752. *Heman, m. Cecilia Abrahams. 

1753. David, m. ; res. S. Marysburg, Ontario. Chil- 

dren : Charles, John, of Trenton, Ontario, 
and a daughter, 

1754. Ira, m. ; res. Pictou, Ontario. Children: 

Isabella, m. George Colliver; Mary, m. 
Horatio Miller; Margaret, m. John War- 
ring ; William ; Martha ; and another 
daughter, Mrs. Cunningham. 

1755. Jacob, died. 

1756. Guy, res. Pictou, Ontario. Children;: Dorcas, 

Marcus. 

1757. Margaret E., res. Michigan. 



i6o TARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

(595.) Henri' Spafford and Margaret Platt. 

Settled in Canada. 

CHILDREN. 

1-758. John, m. ; deceased. 

1759. Elizabeth, in. Michael Nulty ; a son John A. Nulty, 

a merchant in Trenton, Ontario. 

1760. Hestlr, m. Robert McQuoid ; res. Athol, Ontario. 

1761. Chipman, died. 

1762. James Decatur, res. "the States." 

1763. Mary, res. Pictou. Ontario. 

1764. Daniel, res. Pictou, Ontario. 

1765. AbraiM S., died. 1766. Susan, died. 1768. Clarissa. 

(59().) Abijah Spafford and Margaret Furguson. 

Resided in Province of Ontario, Canada. 



1769 
1770 
1771 
1772 

1773 
^774 

1775 
1776 

1778 



children. 

*Sheldon, m. Eliza Stevens; res. Brownville, N. 

*Harvey, m. Lucy Sayles. 

*SoLOMON, m. Ann Martin. 

*Parthenia, m. Peter Wood. 
* William W., m. Miranda Sayles. 

*Abijah, m. Anna Ketchum. 

*Alva, m. Mary E. Ketchum. 

*Calvin, m. Helen Ketchum. 

Mary, died, aged about three. 



(597.) WiLLiA3i Spafford and Sarah Brewer. 

He died in Cherry Valley, Ontario. 

children. 

1779. Eliza, m. Johnson Brewer; res. Bloomfield, Ontario. 

1780. Harriet, died. 
1780^;. Abijah, died. 
i-jSod. Helen, died. 

1 78 1. Beulah, m. George Buck, Athol, Ontario. 

1782. John, res. near Kingston, Ontario. 

1783. Abigail. 1784. Helen. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. i6i 

(598.) Solomon S. Spafford and Emelixe Stevens. 

He was born 1806, in Athol, Ontario, where he died, 1873; married 1831. 

CHILDREN. 

1785. *WiLLiAM Henry, b. April, 1834; m. Miss Wright. 

1786. Delos, b. May 18, 1836; drowned near Os- 

wego, N. Y., from schooner " Prim- 
rose." 

1787. *Leroy, b. Jan. 6, 1840; m. Lucy Bongard. 

1788. Hannah R., b. 1842; m. Nazareth Minaker; res. 

Cherry Valley, Ontario. Children : 
William, Emma. 



(()03.) Sarah Spafford and Fitch Chipman. 

Married in Tinmouth, Vt., May 21, 1808; resided in Sheldon, Wyoming County, 
N. v.; removed to Unadilla, Livingston County, Mich., where she died, Dec. 26, 
1859; her husband died Jan. 15, 1864, aged 78. 

CHILDREN. 

1789. Hannah Maria, b. May i, 1809, in Richmond, N. Y. ; 

d. July 20, 1876. 

1790. Lemuel F., b. May 22, 1812; m. Eliza A. Suther- 

land, Oct. 18, 1831 ; 2d, Eliza Abbey; 
d. June 24, 1864, at Deerfield, Mich. 

1791. Samuel S., b. July 21, 1814; m. Alta Sutherland; 

2d, Mary Eckhart ; res. Rustford, 
Necasta County, Mich. 

1792. *Sarah F,, b. Oct. t8, 1819; m. Alexanders. Mon- 

tague. 

1793. Susan S., b. Mar. 3, 1822; m, Cyremus Abbott; 

d. Apr. 2, 1875. 

1794. Benjamin F., b. 1824; m. Lucy A. Ray; d. 1875. 

1795. Delia Adelaide, b. July 8, 1826; d. May 7, i86r. 

1796. Frances Jane, b. Sept. 27, 1828; m. Isaac Swift, Mar. 

16, 1856; d. June 23, 1858, at Ha- 
dew, Minn. ; interred at Red Wing, 
Minn. 



1 62 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

(()04.) Susan Spafford and Millen Stowell. 

Married fan. i, 1818; resided in Middlebury, Vt. She died Sept. 8, 1872; 
luT hushaiul died Jan. 16, 1869. 

CHILDREN. 

1797. *Sarah Chipman, b. Sept. 14, 1819; m. Horatio M. 

Wood; 2d, Theodore C. Hicks. 

1798. *Elizabeth Rhodes, b. Aug. 5, 182 1; m. Albert M. Phillips. 

1799. *SusAN Spafford, b. Mar. i, 1824; m. Wm. H. Balkam. 
i8oo. *Hannah Leaven.s, b. Mar. 26, 1827 ; m. Eli M. Elmer. 
iSoi. *Harriet Bates, b. Apr. 18, 1829 ; m. Edmund N. 

Foote. 

1802. *Charlotte Bass, b. Apr. 18, 1833; m. Henry W. Brews- 

ter. 

1803. Millen Warner, b. Sept. 18, 1835 ; m. Etta Smith. 

(()()6.) Guy Carleton Spafford and Caroline Brown. 

He died in Ann Arbor, Mich., March 24, 1863; his wife died July 30, 1863, 
aged 63. She was a native of Paw let, Rutland County, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1804. Emeline J., born at Sheldon, Wyoming County, 

N. Y., Apr. 19, 1823 ; died at Ann 
Arbor, Mich., February, 1841. 

1805. *Hannah M., b. Jan. 30, 1825 ; m. David Stillson. 

1806. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 4, 1828; died at Bunker Hill, 

Ingram County, Mich., May 12, 
1884. 

1807. Edward, . b. July 30, 1830; res. North Columbia, 

Nevada County, Cal. 

1808. *SuSAN S., b. Dec. 16, 1832 ; m. David Dean. 

1809. Caroline A., b. Feb. 22, 1835 ; ^- November, 1836, 
i8io. George W., b. Oct. 1837; d. July, 1841. 

18 11. Oscar C, b. Mar. 6,1840; res. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

18 1 2. Caroline Brown, b. Oct. 20, 1842 ; d. Feb. 23, 1877. 

(t)07.) Sa3iuel Spafford and Margaret Dewel. 

He served as captain in the American Army (War of 1812) ; promoted to rank 
of colonel; settled in Demorestville, Prince Edward County, Ontario. A former 
wife, Oki'au Brace, died childless, at Sheldon, Wyoming County, N. V. He 
died at Brighton, Ontario, 1886, aged 92; his wife died 1881, aged 80. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 163 

CHILDREN. 

1813. *Almira, b. 1828; m. Henry Covert. 

1814. *Orpah B., b. 1830; m. Gideon Spencer. 

1815. *Hannah E., b. 1832; m. John Whitney. 

1816. *JuLiA A., b. 1835 ; m. John Miller. 

(608.) Nathaniel Chipman Spafford and Flora Tucker. 

Married Feb. 5, 1821; resided at Bath, Lenox County, Ontario, where he died, 
Sept. 23, 1825. She was of Whitestown, N. Y.; died 1834, aged 35. 

CHILDREN. 

181 7. *SusAN, b. Jan. 25, 1822 ; m. John S. Rowse. 

1819. Harriet E., b. Jan. 23, 1834; m. Byard Booth, Feb. 19, 

1849. He died in California ; she resides 

in Rome, N. Y. 



((512.) Jonathan Spafford Train and Royce. 

Of Tinmouth, Vt. 

CHILD. 

1820. Orange, m. ; P. O. address, Danby, Rutland County, 

Vt. 

(613.) Jane Train and Dr. Payne Gilbert. 

Of Brookfield, Mass. They resided in Tinmouth, Vt. He died May 2, 1849, 
aged 66 years; his wife died July 5, 1871, aged 83. 

CHILDREN. 

1821. Dexter, b. May 7, 1809; m. Orra Ballard, Jan. 25, 1838; 

res. Tinmouth, Vt. 

1822. Betsey, d. Apr. 13, 1839, aged 28 years. 



(617.) John Spafford Chipman and Mary Colfax. 

Married in New London, Conn., Oct. 12, 1818; he died in Waddington, N. Y , 
Sept. lo, 1862. 



i64 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

CHILDREN. 

1523. Mary Robbins, b. Aug. 16, 1819; m. Stillman Foote, Og- 

(lensburg, N. Y., cl. Mar. 29, 1849. 

1524. Hannah Eliza, b. .Aug. 24, 182 1 ; cl. Potsdam, N. Y., 1855. 

1825. George Colfax, b. Feb. 28, 1824; m., 1848, Anna C. Smith; 

2cl, Margaret Dallas Bowie, of Balti- 
more, Md. ; res. Washington, D. C. 

1826. \VILLLA^t, b. Mar. II, 1826; d. Waddington, N. Y., 

Nov. 10, i860. 
1S27. Charlotte, b. Apr. 17, 1828 ; m. Dr. Frank Sherman, 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. 
1828. Elizabeth H., b. Apr. 24, 1830; d. Apr. 24, 183 1. 

Second marriage. 

children. 

1S29. Mrs. Mary Shepherd, Waddington, N. Y. 
1830. Mrs. John Wright, Waddington, N. Y. 

1531. Mrs. William Boyce. 

((;18.) RALrii CniPMAN and Sophia Martendale. 

He (lied at Buckingham, Province of Quebec, Felj. 2, 1874. 

children. 

1532. Sarah A., b. June 10, 1816; m., 1842, John O. Smith, of 

Buckingham, Province of Quebec. 

1533. Fannie C, m. William Beal. of Murphy, N. C. ; deceased. 
1834. Catherine, Daniel, James, and Samuel, all died young. 

Second marriage with Joanah MakteNdale. 

children. 

1S35. Henry Clinton, died young. 

I 336. Joanah Sophia, m. Albert Siler, Franklin, Macon Co., N. C. 

('iin.) ^NIary Cmipman and Thomas Luther Paine. 

Married Sept. 16, 181 7, by Rev. Royal Phelps. She died in Chicago, May 14, 
18S5. Her husband, born June 10, 1793, at Canterbury, Conn., died in Chicago, 
July 24, 1872. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 165 



1837- 


Luther, 


1839. 


Charlotte 


1840. 


Maria, 


I84T. 


jNIaria S., 


IS42. 


Sa.muel C, 


1843. 


Laura, 


1844. 


Elijah, 


IS45. 


Mary, 



CHILDREN. 

b. Aug. 14, 1818, in Cincinnati, Ohio; m. 

Marietta Manzy, Dec. 24, 1844 ; res. at 

Monroe, Ohio. 
C, b. Mar. 7, 1820, in Franklin, O. ; m. Arthur 

Orr, Jan. 27, 1842 ; died at Madison, Ind., 

Jan. 14, 1868. 
b. June 18, 1822 ; d. Aug. 14, 1823. 
b. Dec. 3, 1824; m. Dr. Frederick Crum- 

baugh, Dec. 3, 1S45 ; res. 1723 Wabash 

Avenue, Chicago, 111. 
b. Jan. 29, 1827 ; m. Mrs. Susan Cloud, in 

i860; res. 620 Main St., Memphis, Tenn. 
b. Feb. II, 1830; m. Thomas P. Matthews, 

June 6, 1S54; res. 945 Third Street, Des 

Moines, Jowa. 
b. May 9, 1832 ; d. Mar. 11, 1848, at Madi 

son, Ind. 
b. Dec. 5, 1835 ; ™- Wm. T. Quimby, Apr. 3, 

1855 ; res. Western Springs, Cook Co., 111. 



(620.) Sarah Chipman and Lester Hoadley. 

Married March 4, 181 8, at Turin, N. Y. Lester Hoadley was born March 4, 
1794; killed in 1838 or 1839, in Canadian Rebellion. Mrs. Hoadley was born 
April 16, 1794, at Vergennes, Vt.; died March, 1877, at Cincinnati, r)hio. 

CHILDREN. 

1846. John C, b. Dec. 10, 1818; m., 1847, Charlotte Kimble; 2d, 

Catharine Melville, 1852 ; d. Oct. 21, 1886. Mr. 
J. C. Hoadley was a man of versatile mind, high 
culture, and sterling integrity. He was eminent 
in his profession as a civil engineer, being in 
early life in the employ of the State of New 
York, and later assuming the management suc- 
cessively of the mills at Lancaster, Mass., the 
Lawrence, Mass., Machine Shop, and the McKay 
Sewing Machine Association. He was a trustee 
of the School of Technology, in Boston, and died 
in Boston Highlands, having been previously a 
resident of Pittstield, Mas=. 
12 



1 66 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



1847 
1S48 

1849 

1850 
1851 

1852 
1853 

1854. 



Samuel P., b. Jan., 1820; died in early infancy. 

Marv, b. Jan. 18, 1821 ; m. Henry Johnson ; res. Hot 

Springs, Ark. 
Sarah, b. Apr. i, 1823 ; m. James Pease, of Buffalo, 

N. Y. 
Charlotte, b. Aug. 31, 1825 ; d. 1852, at Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Hannah E., b. July 29, 1827; m. Charles Wells; d. 1857, 

at Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Samuel, b. 1829 ; died in infancy. 
Frances R., b. May 10, 1S31 ; m. Archibald Cochran, of 

Louisville, Ky. 
Harriet, b. Sept. 25, 1833. 



(622.) Fanny Chipman and Justus Smith. 

Married Oct. 18, 1S20, at Franklin, Warren County, Ohio, by Rev. William 
Schenck. They removed to Potsdam, N. Y., about 1824, where he died, Dec. 16, 
1851, aged 56 years, 7 months, having been born May 17, 1795, in Lempster, 
N. H. She died in Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 29, 1880. 



CHILDREN. 

1855. Jacob Oscar, b. Nov. 12, 182 1 ; graduated at Amherst 

College, 1839; died at Madison, Ind., 
Sept. 5, 1 88 1, having just completed 
law studies. 

1856. Samuel C, b. Sept. 8, 1823 ; m. Anna M. Stone, Dec. 

3, 1848; removed from Boston, Mass., 
to Chicago, 111., in the infancy of that 
city. 

1857. Charlotte E., b. Mar. 18, 1826 ; m. Willard W. Par- 

tridge, July 7, 1845 ; removed, in 185 1, 
from Burlington, Vt., to Cleveland, Ohio. 

1858. Justus H., b. Feb. 25, 1829; m. Eliza M. Sawyer, at 

Clinton, Mass., Aug. 24, 1852 ; d. Sept. 
29, 1857, in Chicago, 111. 

1859. John Spafford, b. July 9, 1832 ; m. Fanny Harmond, Aug. 

23) 1855, at Waukeshau, Wis. ; res. Chi- 
cago, 111. 
i860. Frederic C, b. Dec. 16, 1834 ; m. Hattie Park, White- 
hall, N. Y., 1861 ,• res. Chicago, 111. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 167 



1861. George C, b. Dec. 31, 1837 ; m. 



; res. Chicago, 



1862. Oscar Henry, b, 



111. Civil engineer, in employ of C, B. 
& Q. R. R. Was captain of an infantry 
company under Gen. Grant. 
Nov. 12, 1842 ; m. Frank A. Ives, of 
Chicago, Sept. 25, 1868. He served in 
the Union Army through the Rebellion ; 
then was employed in various capaci- 
ties by the C, B. & Q. R. R., lastly as 
auditor. Resigning his position, he 
became cashier of an English company, 
building railroads in South America. 
He died Feb. 10, 1883, at Pernambuco, 
Brazil. 



(626.) Dr. Oscar H. Chipman and Amanda S. Rogers. 

Married in Potsdam, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1835; resides at Grand Rapids, Mich. 
She died February, i860. 

CHILDREN. 

1863. Samuel, m. Elvira Earle. 

1864. HoBART H., m. Jane Stanley; was county clerk of Kent 

County, Mich. ; deceased. 

1865. Louisa, m. Earle; deceased; one son, Frank C. 

Earle. 

Second marriage with Mrs. Susan Partridge Miller, who died April, 1874. 
Third marriage with Mrs. Bristcil, 1876. 



(628.) Horace Spafford and Martha Stiles. 

Removed, in 1850, from Canada to Utah. The mother and five children died 
of cholera while crossing the plains, and were buried near the Platte River. 



CHILDREN. 

1 866. Caroline, m. Joshua Kendall ; settled near Buffalo, N. Y. 

1867. *William N., b. Jan. 23, 1828; m. Emma M. Johnson. 

1868. Irinda, m. Spicer Crandall ; d. June, 1850. 

1869. *Wealthy a., b. Oct. 31, 1832 ; m. Elmer Taylor, 

1870. *Martha J., b. Jan. 14, 1837 ; m, Sanford Fuller. 

1871. Minerva, born in Canada, 1835; d. June, 1850. 



1872. 



Rhoda, 



born in Canada; d. June, 1850. 



1 68 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

1873. *Alma, b. June 27, 1840 ; m. Sarah J- Alleman. 

1574. *Nephi, b. in Canada, 1845; m. Jane Taylor. 

1575. Horace, b. in Canada; d. June, 1850. 

1876. Maroni, b. in Canada; d. June, 1850. 

((»29.) Moses Spafford and Elizabeth Boyce. 

Resided at Loughboro, Ontario. He died at the age of 30 years, his oldest 
son being then 9 years old; she died at Joliet, 111., in 1883, aged 84, having mar- 
ried, after Moses Spafford's decease, Daniel Nicholson. 

CHILDREN. 

1877. *Elijah, b. April, 1823 ; m. Eliza Cranston. 
1S78. *RoBERT J., b. Sept. 30, 1824; m. Jane Starker. 
1879. *Stephen Miles, b. Aug. 9, 1828 ; m. Mary E. Shoemaker. 



(do?.) Amherst Spafford and Sarah Pixkham. \ 

He was a native of Claremont, N. H.; his father's family removed in his infancy i 

to Bingham, Me., where he died about 1877, aged over 80. : 

3 

children. 1 

m. Esther Gilman. I 

m. Sarah Gilman. ! 

m. Mary Flynn. j 

m. E. E. Bent. J 
m. Elizabeth Hipson. 
m. Geo. W. Morrill, Newbury, N. H. 

m. James Lufkin. { 
m. Samuel C. Penniman. 

m. Etta Spofford. ! 

(63'J.) Hiram Spafford and Belinda Russell. >d ^jif»^'» .' ^'^'' 

CHILDREN. ^ 

1890. *Eli, m. Nancy Johnson. \ 

1 89 1. William. | 

1892. David. j 

1893. *HiRAM, m. Adelia Lewis. j 

1894. *JosiAH, m. Phebe Taylor. j 

1895. Marv A. I S96. Betsey. 1897. Lucinda. 1898. Frasina. ] 



1880. 


*Levi, 


1S8I. 


Amherst, 


1882. 


Joseph, 


1883. 


*B. Augusta, 


IS84. 


*HlRAM, 


1885. 


Julia A., 


1886. 


Granville G. 


IS87. 


Cyrena a.. 


I8S8. 


Isabella G., 


I8S9. 


*Charles H., 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 169 



(641.) Solomon Spafford and ]\Iary Barker. 

children. 

1899. Hannah. 1902. Mary. iqoS- Eliza. 

19C0, Jacob. i903« Solomon, 1906. Sarah. 

1901. William. 1904. Josiah. 



(644.) Amasa Spafford and Sybil Latham. 

Married March 10, 1792; resided at Weathersfield, Vt., and Springfield, Vt. 
He died Oct. 18, 1S70. 

children. 

1907. *SiMEON L., b. Oct. 15, 1830; m. Sophia B. Field. 

1908. Samuel H., b. Sept. 29, 1S24; res. Drewsville, N. H. 

1909. *Mary, m. Pliny Putnam ; res. Strong, Neb. 

1910. Sarah E., m. Geo. W. Densmore ; both deceased, leav- 

ing one son, Orville S. ; res. Drewsville, 
N. H. 

191 1. Caroline S., m. Frank W. Jones; a son, Willie, deceased. 

Second marriage with Betsey Latham, Nov. 19, 1837. 

children. 

19 1 2. *Wesley H., b. Apr. 4, 1843 ; ""^- Rose M. Piper. 

1913. George W., b. Oct. 3, 1845; ^^s. Springfield, Vt. 



(715.) Amos Spafard and Speedy Lawrence. 

Resided at Dalton, Mass. He died November, 1812; his wife died May 3, 
1808. She was a daughter of Thomas Lawrence; her name sometimes written 
Experience. 

CHILDREN. 

*Sarah, b. Sept. 5, 1792 ; m. James Fay. 

*Harriet, b. May 30, 1795; m. John B. Sherwood. 

*Thomas L., b. Apr. 8, 1797 ; m. Almira Baldwin. 

Speedy, b. Feb. 4, 1799; d. Aug. 13, 1800. 

*ExPERiENCE L., b. May 26, 1801 ; m. Isaac Hall. 

*Andrew, b. July 3, 1803 ; m. E. Baldwin, March, 

1828 ; 2d, E. S. Lawton. 

1920. Amos, b. Dec. 20, 1805 ; d. June 18, 1849. 



1914 

1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 



170 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(717.) John Spafaed and Sarah Laavhence. 



1921 
1922 
1923 

1924 

1926 
1927 



CHILDREN. 

*Ransom, b. Jan. i, 1801 ; m. Jerusha Hall. 

*Caroline, b. Aug. 18, 1802 ; m. Zebrina Church. 

*Harlem, b. May 4, 1804; ni. Lois Southworth, 

Hiram, b. Apr. 7, 1806. 

*WiLLiAM, b. July 18, 1808; m. Marcia Southworth. 

*JoHN C, b. Dec. 17, 1813; m. Maria Hall. 

Orimel, b. Oct. I, 1820. 



(718.) Andreav Spafard and Jane Densmore. 

children. 

1928. Solomon, born about 1808. 

1929. Orange, born about 1810. 

1930. LuciNDA, born about 181 2. ■ 



(720.) Anna Spafard and Simeon M. Webster. 



CHILD. 



1931. *George B., b. Apr. 23, 1812 ; m. Mirriam Williams; 2d, 

Phidelia Cummings. 

(721.) Ebenezer Spafard and Lydia Wells. 

Married Oct. 11, 1798; resided at Lebanon, Conn.; representative in the Legis- 
lature in 1834. 

CHILDREN. 

1932. *LucY, b. Mar. 7, 1800; m, Jesse Wilcox. 

1933. Samuel, b. June 2, 1801 ; died unm. 

1934. *AuGusTUS, b. Sept. 9, 1802 ; m. Esther Porter. 

1935. *Polly, b. Mar. 5, 1806; m. Henry Porter. 

(722.) Abraham! Spafard and Sally Williams. 

Married Jan. 2, 1806; removed from Lebanon, Conn., to Otsego, N. Y., about 
1822. He was murdered near Cooperstown, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1827; his wife died 
at Racine, Wis., Feb. 7, 1854. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 171 

children; 

1936. *Betsey W., b. Oct. 29, 1806; m. E.D.Richardson. She 

died Aug. 30, 1841. 

1937. *Warren G., b. Feb. 26, 1808; d. Aug, 5, 1812. 

1938. Alma O., b. Mar. 23, 18 10; m. E. D. Richardson, Feb. 

16, 1843. 

1939. *SiMEON W., b. Jan. 26, 1812 ; m. Charlotte L. Sharpe. 

1940. *Clark W., b. Jan. 25, 1814; m. Harriet A. B. Smith. 

1941. *Percy A., b. Mar. 8, 1816; m. Wm. H. May. 

1942. William P., b. Feb. 12, 182 1 ; d. Sept. i, 187 1. 

1943. Saimuel a., b. June 26, 1823 ; d. Sept., 1855. 

(723.) Susannah Spafard and Isaiah Williams. 

Married May 19, 1808; resided at Lel:>anon, Conn. He was born April 19, 

1785- 

CHILDREN. 

b. Feb. 26, 1809. 

b. May 2, 181 1 ; m. George B. Webster. 
b. Jan. 18, 1815 ; died unm. 
b. Oct. 4, 181 7 ; died unm. 
b. Apr. 17, 1819; died unm. 
Roger McC, b. Aug. 20, 1822 ; m. Sarah Johnson. 

b. Apr. 30, 1827 ; m. Wm. H. Hyde; 2d, J. 
B. Caswell. 

(724.) Dr. Ariel Spafard and Percy Williams. 

Married May 19, 1808; removed early to Oneida County, and thence to Coop- 
erstown, Otsego County, N. Y., where he died, Jan. 16, 1845; his wife died in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., May 4, 1874. 

CHILDREN. 

195 1. Mary Ann, b. Mar. 25, 181 o; a teacher; died in Brook- 

lyn, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1855. 

1952. *Ed\vin, b. Apr. 9, 1814; m. Octavia Maverick, 

(725.) Charles Spafard and Eunice Hilliard. 

Married Sept. 3, 1815. 

CHILD. 

1953. *Henry a., b. Sept. 17, 1816; m. Miranda Blair. 



1944. 


Addison, 


1945- 


MiRRIAM, 


1946. 


Anna, 


1947. 


Sally, 


1948. 


Ezekiel C 


1949. 


*RoGER Mc 


1950, 


*Lydia, 



172 I'ARKXrS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

(730.) Oltve Wright and Timothy Williams. 

of Lebanon, Conn. Of the eight children of this family, there is (in 1887) 
hut one surviver. 

CHILD. 

1954. Timothy Dwight. 

(731.) Pahthenia Wright and Jesse Gurley. 

Of Mansfield, Conn.; she died Oct. 8, i860. 

CHILDREN. 

1955. Sophia, b. April, 1807; for many years a teacher; 

in. Rev. L. Slater, who was long engaged 
in missionary work for the Indians, and 
died in Kalamazoo, Mich. 

1956. SoPHRONiA S., b. January, 1809; m. Rev. Bela Hicks; re- 

moved to Illinois, where she died, Feb- 
ruary, 1887. 

1957. Mary, b. June, 1813 ; m. Rev. M. G. Clarke; a 

graduate of Newton Theological Semi- 
nary and pastor of Baptist churches in 
Norwich, Conn., Springfield, Mass., and 
Philadelphia, Pa. She for many years 
had the editorial conduct of the Mothers' 
Jourjial ; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. 



(7P>2.) Frederic Srofford and Deborah Wilkins. 

Settled in Boxford, Mass.; he died in 1854. 

CHILDREN. 

1958. *Charles Arlington, b. June 19, 1812; m, Sarah 

Hardy. 

1959. *AuGUSTUs Franklin, b. Dec. 30, 1813; m. Martha 

Perkins. 
i960. Marietta K., b. Jan. 23, 1816; m. John 

Preston, Georgetown. 

1961. Nancy J., b. June 8, 1818; m. Jas. Porter, 

1962. Sarah C, b. Mar. 23, 182 1 ; m. George 

Davis, Haverhill. 



1963 
1964 
1965 

1966 

1967 
1968 
1969 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 173 

Eliza A., b.Apr. 10, 1822. 

Maria Frances, b. Apr. 29, 1824. 

LuEZER Augusta Bartelle, b. Oct. 27, 1826. 
Stephen Frederic LeRoy, b. Nov. 28, 1828. 
Gilbert, died. 

John Chadwick, b. October, 1835. 

MiGHiLL Wellington, b. Mar. 15, 1836; m. Lydia 

Kneeland. 



(73().) Mary W. Spofford and Josiaii Kimball. 

Married December, 1833; resided many years at Boxford, Mass., and then at 
159 West Brookline Street, Boston, Mass., where he died, Oct. 24, 1878. 

CHILDREN. 

1970. Henry Spofford, b. Nov. 14, 1834; m. Martha G. Bowen, 

of Boston, Nov. 14, 1859. 

197 1. Enoch Spofford, b. Apr. 10, 1836. 

1972. *Parker Spofford, b. Aug. 25, 1838 ; m. Mary Eleanor 

Hull. 
I973- *JosiAH Evarts, b. Dec. 26, 1841 ; m. Ada Byron Dorset. 
1974. *Mary Abbie, b. July 26, 1844 ; m. Fred Hinkley. 



(737.) David Spofford and . 

children. 

1975. David. ^976. Jacob. 

1977. Harriet, m. Capt. Sewell Moody, of Webster, Me. 
Also, three other daughters. 

(738.) Green Spofford and Dorcas Goulder. 

children. 

1978. Isaac, m. Miss Harris. 

1979. Sarah, m. Jesse Bickford; res. Lewiston, Me. 

1980. Luther. 

1981. Martha, m. William Randall; res. Lewiston, Me. 

1982. Dorothy, deceased at the age of 21. 



174 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(789.) Moody Spofford and Phesina Larrabee. 

Resided at Lisbon, now Webster, Me. 



1983. John L., 



1984. 


*Phineas M 


1985. 


*SOPHIA, 


1986. 


*Calvin, 


1987. 


* Susan L., 


I9S8. 


Leonard, 


1989. 


Mary A., 


1990. 


Clarinda, 


I99I. 


^Philip A., 



children. 

b. July 8, 1823 ; m. Aurelia J. Henderson, 
Apr. 14, 1850; removed from Bath, Me., 
to San Francisco, Cal., in i860; he died 
Aug. 9, 1887. 
,, m. Mary E. Wentworth. 

m. Joel Curtis. 

b. Oct. II, 1827 ; m. Lydia A. Wentworth. 

b. Mar. 21, 1831 ; m. Andrew Hall. 

m. Olive Emmons ; res. Webster, Me. 

b. Aug. 12, 1833; m. Joseph J. Smith, Nov. 
22, 1865 ; res. Caribou, Me. ; a son, Ar- 
thur A., b. Jan. 15, 1873. 

b. June 25, 1836; d. Jan, 10, 1843. 

b. May 18, 1840; m. Laura E. Farrin. 



(747.) Henry Spofford and Hannah F. Johnson. 

Both of Andover; married April 4, 1824. 









children. 


1992. 


*WlLLIAM H., 


b. 


Aug. 21, 1826; 


1993- 


Orin F., 


b. 


Jan, 20, 1829 ; 








(2014). 


1994. 


*George G., 


b. 


Dec. 10, 1830 ; 


1995- 


*Charles M, 


,b. 


Mar. 16, 1833 ; 


1996. 


*Mary a., 


b. 


Dec, 13, 1834; 


1997. 


Sarah E., 


b. 


Nov. 6, 1836 ; 


1998. 


*Rebecca J., 


b. 


Oct. 18, T838; 


1999, 


John F., 


b. 


Jan. 18, 1841 ; 


2000. 


* Nathan J., 


b. 


Feb, 16, 1844 ; 


2001. 


Abby S., 


b. 


May 17, 1846 ; 



m, Fidelia R, Swan, 

m. Roxbee A, Spofford 

m, Julia A. Emerson, 
m, Mary Boston, 
m, Warren Davis. 
m, George H. Way. 
m. Charles H, Poor, 
died in the army, 1864. 
m. Mary E. Bryant, 
deceased. 



(748.) Farnham Spofford and Lydia Cogsavell. 

She was of Nantucket, Mass.; married Sept. 19, 1833; settled in North Ando- 
ver, Mass. He died at Washington, D. C, Oct. 17, 1879. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 175 

CHILDREN. 

2002. *Harriet F., b. July 5, 1834; m. Gen. Chas. E. Hovey. 

2003. *Edward C, b. July 6, 1839; ^^- Sarah Snell. 

2004. *Ellen E, b. June 21, 1841 ; m. John Bray, Jr. 

2005. *Caroline C, b. Mar. 6, 1843; m. Aaron Gove. 

2006. *Lydia F., b. Jan. 22, 1846; m. John Wiiliston Cook. 

(754.) Haeriet Spofford hdcI John Coker. 

Resided at Georgetown, Mass., where she died, May 12, 1887. 

CHILDREN. 

2007. John, died Mar. 13, 1859, aged 21. 

2008. Robert A., m. Sarah A. Kimball, Georgetown, Mass. 

2009. Justin, died Dec. 13, 1863, aged 19. 



(756.) James Spofford and Martha Johnson. 

Of Andover; settled in Kingston, N. H. She died May 10, 1884, aged about 82. 

CHILDREN. 

2010. James Alvan, b. Sept. 6, 1825. 

2011. Frances Arthur, b. July 17,1827. 

2012. *Martha Elizabeth, b. Nov. 30, 1829; m. Amos Kimball. 

2013. Charlotte Lydia, b. Apr. 22, 1832. 

2014. Roxbee A., b. July 29, 1834; m. Orin F. Spof- 

ford (1993). 

2015. Eliza J., b. Mar. 24, 1837. 

2016. Samuel, b. May 9, 1840; res. Kingston, N. H. 

(758.) Orin P. Spofford and Susan C. Clement. 

He was of Salem, N. H.; his wife, who died in 1850, was of Kingston, N. H. 

CHILD. 

2017. Livingston, b. Feb. 25, 1835. 



ij6 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(TtU.) Lucy Spofford and Stephen Nichols. 

l\.esiile(l at Merrimac, Mass., where Mrs. Nichols (who was a second wife) died, 
August, 1868. Steplien Nichols was the father of the late distinguished James R. 
^Nichols, of the Boston Jonrnal of Oicmistry. 

CHILDREN. 

201S. Ruth S., b. Nov. 4, 1830; d. July 28, 1880. 

2019. Mary S., b. Aug. 10, 1S32 ; d. Dec. 26, 1852. 

2020. Martha R., b. SepL 11, 1834; res. Haverhill, Mass. 

2021. LoRA J., b. Jan. 5, 1837 ; d. Aug. 28, 1852. 



(762.) Thomas Spofford and Harriet Isabel Halstead. 

He was noted as a publisher of almanacs. 

CHILD. 

:jo2 2. *Thomas, res. New York City. 

.(7()o.) Isaac Spofford and Julia Marble. 

Resided at West Boxford, Mass.; he died November, i88i. 

CHILDREN. 

2023. Ormon J. 2024. Harriet J. H. 2025. Eliza J. 

(764.) Solomon Spofford and Catharine Carleton. 

Married July 14, 1828; settled in that part of West Boxford afterward set off 
to Groveland, where he died Sept. i, 1863, aged 62. 

CHILDREN. 

2026. Harriet, b. May 5, 1829; d. Nov. 18, 1831. 

2027. *Charles, b, Aug. 27, 1831 ; m. Helen F. Nichols. 
202S. Carleton, b. Oct. 19, 1S33 ; d. Aug. 27, 1839. 
2029. *Henrv, b. Dec. 12, 1835; "i- Elmira J. Wiggin. 
.2030. *Alden, b. Oct. 20, 1842 ; m. Martha A. Wood. 



(766.) Thomas Spofford and Nancy Searle. 

Settled in I'elham, N. H.; removed to Rockland, Me., where he died in 1855, 
aged 82. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH.. 177- 

CHILDREN. 

2031. *Philena, b. Dec. 14, 1800; m. Samuel Kimball.. 

2032. *Mary a., b. Apr. 25, 1803 ; m. Simeon Partridge. 

2033. *Abby R., b. Apr. 2, 1805 ; m.. Charles Coburn. 

2034. *Thomas, b. Feb. 24, 1807; "i- Eliza H. Hildreth. 

2035. *Eliza J., b. Sept. 26, 1809 ; m. Jonathan G. White- 

house. 

2036. *Jane J., b. June 29, 181 1 ; m. Hervey Spear. 

2037. *RebeccaA., b. Mar. 25, 1813; ni.. Nathaniel C. Moore. 

2038. Samuel R., b. Mar. 25, 1815, ; d. Sept. 16, 1815. 

(768.) Charles SrorroRD and Lucy Reed. 

Married Oct. 24, 1805; settled in Thomaston, now Rockland, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

2039. *Mary. b. Oct. 6, 1806 ; m. James Crockett. 

2040. Julia A., b. Dec. 7, 1809 ; m. Frederic Conwa}', Oct. 24^ 

1829 ; d. Feb. 15, 1832. 

2041. Maria, b. Apr. i, 1813; m. Elkanah Spear, November,, 

1831 ; she died Dec. 14, 1879. 

2042. Lucinda, b. Feb. 16, 1816 ; m. Hezekiah Coombs, 1842 ; 

died in Thomaston, Me., Apr. 5, 1887. 

2043. Sophia, b. Jan. 24, 1819; graduated at Mount Holyoke, 

1847 ; for many years a teacher; res. Rock- 
land, Me. 

(769.) Pearl Spofford and Sarah Averill. 

Married in 1818; settled in Deer Isle, Me., in 1800, where he died, in 1S65, 
aged 87. His wife was of Topsfield, ^Nlass.; died in Deer Isle, in 1858, aged 58.. 

CHILDREN. 

2044. *Frederic p., b. Nov. 19, 1819; m. Caroline Haskell. 

2045. *Charles a., b. 1822 ; m. Lucretia Haskell. 

2046. *Edwin, m. Elizabeth Haskell. 

2047. *Sarah H., m. Amos A. Herrick, M. D. 

2048. *George W., m. Lucy Howard. 

2049. *Eliza Averill, m. William Collins, M. D.; 2d, George. 

Tolman, 

2050. *WiLLiAM H., m. lAicy Johnson. 

2051. Henry Clay, died young. 



178 PARKNTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



2053. 
2054. 

2055- 
2056. 

2057- 
2058. 

2059. 
2060. 
2061. 
2062. 
2063. 
2064. 

2065. 
2066. 
2067. 
2068. 



) Dudley Spofford and Mary Atwood. 

of Pelham, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

b. Dec. 4, 1807 ; ni. Ednah Scales. He 
died in Lowell, Mass., Oct. 28, 1886; his 
wife died July 12, 1882. 

b. Feb. 28, 1809; m. Eliphalet Wilson; 2d, 



(770. 
Both 

205^2. Charles, 



*Marv, 

*ESTHER P., 

Pearl, 

*Aaron p., 

*JOHN, . b. May 20, 18 14 

*Elizabeth p., b. May 13, 18 15 

*Sarah, 

*Frederic a. 

*David, 

*Susan a., 

*M0SES, 

George W., 

Samuel M., 

*SOPHIA, 

*Pamelia, 
Ellen A., 



Ira Gage, 
b. Mar. 8, 1810 ; m. Jesse S. Burnham ; 2d, 

Daniel Atwood. 
b. May 11, 1811; m. Susan F. Kelso; he 
died in New York State, Mar. 23, 1872. 
b. Oct. 13, 1812; m. Martha J. Way; 2d, 
Lydia Pike. 

m. Mary A, Taylor, 
m. Moody Hobbs. 
m, Darius Stickney. 
m, Mary Stickney. 
m. Lucinda Hall, 
m. Asa Stickney, Jr. 
m. Achsah B. Butler, 
died in Greenfield, N. H., 
May 9, 1887. 
b. Mar. 27, 1827 ; d. 1S27. 
b. Mar. 14, 1828; m. Henry M. Hook, M.D. 
b. July 15, 1830 ; m. William Dodge, 
b. Jan. 28, 1833 ; m. John Clark, 185 1 ; she 
died in Lincoln, Neb., July 4, 1887. 



b. Jan. 
b. Oct. 



jj 



1817 
1818 
b. May 23, 1820 
b. Oct. 29, 182 1 
b. June 23, 1823 
b. May 27, 1825 



(771.) John Spofford and Hannah Simonton. 

.Settled in Thomaston, now Rockland, Me., where both died. 

CHILDREN. 

2069. William, b. Jan. 8, 1808; m. Susan M. Hovey, 1835. 

2070. *Harriet, b. Sept. 25, 1809 ; m. Walter E. Tolman. 

2071. *Dudley p., b. Jan. 20, 1812 ; m. Hannah Harden, 1834. 

2072. Hannah S., b. July 2, 1815 ; d. June 26, 1842. 

2073. *JoHN T., b. May 19,1819; m. Mary Fuller. 

2074. *Abbv a. R., b. Sept. 25, 1824; m. J. Farwell, 1843. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 179 



(774.) Benaiah Spofford and Polly Page. 

Settled in Chester, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

2075. SoPHRONiA, b. Feb. 12,1811; jn. Currier George, Dan- 

ville, N. H. 

2076. Sarah, b. Apr. 4, 1813 ; m. Ephraim Cole, Box- 

ford, Mass. 

2077. Eveline, b. Apr. 12, 1815 ; m. E. C. Page; 2d, Mr. 

Ellenwood. 

2078. *JosEPH B., b. June 26, 1817 ; m. Sarah Gray; 2d, Car- 

oline Wilson, 
b. Sept. 17, 1819; died in the army, 1863. 
b. Mar. 15, 1822 ; m. Susan C. Parsons. 

2081. David C, b. Feb. 2, 1824; m. Maria Wilson; d. Feb, 

20, 1869. 

2082. Lucy A., b. July 18, 1826; m, Hezekiah Thompson, 

Barrington, N. H. 

2083. Mary J., b. June 6, 1829; d. Jan. 3, 1847! 

2084. Stephen, b. June 7, 1831 ; d. Sept. 2, 1846. 

2085. Daniel, b. June 3, 1836; m. Ida Smith; d. Mar. 

I, 1849 ; ^^^- Manchester, N. H. 

2086. Benjamin F., b. Mar. 24, 1839; m. Abigail Smith; res. 

Chester, N. H. 



2079. John P., 

2080. *Jason, 



(776.) Pamelia Spofford and James T. Hoore. 

Married Sept. 27, 1807. 



children. 



2087. 


James, 


b. Apr. 


5' 


1809 


m. 








2088. 


Phineas, 


b. Feb. 


26, 


1811 , 


d. 


Mar. 


30, 


1813. 


2089. 


Charles, 


b. Jan. 


21, 


1813 


d. 


.July 


27. 


i860. 


2090. 


Sally S., 


b. Mar. 


28, 


1815 


m 


Mar. 


10, 


1836. 


2091. 


Dorothy, 


b. June 


3> 


1817 


d. 


Sept. 


i3> 


1820. 


2092. 


Phineas, 


b. July 


7, 


1820 


d. 


Oct. 


14, 


1838. 


2093. 


Moses, 


b. Feb. 


16, 


1823 


; m 


July 


9. 


1846. 


2094. 


Orin S., 


b. June 


I, 


1825 


d. 


Feb. 


27, 


1862. 


2095. 


Daniel, 


b. Sept. 


25, 


1827; 


ra. 


Nov. 


9. 


1851. 


2096. 


Pamelia A, 


, b. June 


11, 


1831 


m. 


Nov. 


II, 


1852. 



iSo I'ARKXrS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



(777.) Orlando Spofford and Melinda Hall. 

lie was horn Sept. 7, 1791; died Sept. 24, 1856. His wife was of Chester, 
N. H.. living in iSSS, at the age of 91.^ 



CHILDREN. 

b. Oct. 19, 1821; d. Feb. 4, 1850. 
b. Jan. 22, 1823; m. Thomas Pillsbury. 
b. May 20, 1824; d. Nov. 20, 1840. 
b- July 3, 1825 ; m. Emeline Porter, 
b. Sept. 16, 1828; m. Ann E. Wood. 

d. Sept. 15, 1837. 
George Moulton. 
b. May 10, 1836; m. Rev. Frank O. Ward, 
b. Dec. 2, 1837; d. Oct. 5, 1840. 
b. Jan. 14, 1840 ; m. Lizzie Robie. 



2097. 


Warren, 


2098. 


*Mary a., 


2099. 


Margaret, 


2100. 


*Benjamin, 


2IOI. 


*Amos, 


2102. 


Elizabeth, 


2103. 


*Hannah H 


2104. 


*Lydia D., 


2105. 


Samuel P., 


2106. 


*Charles, 



''^ |b. Oct. 22, 1832; 1^- ' 
H., i ' ^ . I j^_ 



(778.) Osmond Spofford :ind Lucy French. 

Resided at Danville, N. H. He was a man of great energv' and industry; a 
carpenter by trade, and a successful farmer. Died September, 1872, aged 78. 



CHILDREN. 

2107. *Mary, m. Ezra Currier, Fremont, N. H. 

2108. *Lucv A., m. Alden E. Colby, Danville, N. H, 

2109. *MosES, m. E. S. Tewkesbury. 

21 10. Charlotte, died, unm., about 1875, aged 41 ; a most esti- 

mable woman. 



(779.) Sebastian Spofford and Sally Hooke. 

Married in Candia, N. H.; he died in Hopkinlon, N. H., July 31, 1846, 
aged 49. 

CHILDREN. 

21 11. Samuel, b. Aug. 29, 18 19; res. Hopkinton, N. H. 

2112. James, b. Feb. 5, 1S24; d. June 10, 1872. 

2 1 13. Frederic, b. Aug. 16, 1826. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 18 1 



(781.) Col. Amos Spoffokd and Dorcas Harmox. 

Both natives of Buxton, Me., where they resided. He was commissioned as 
ensign by Gov. Elbridge Gerry, June 13, 181 1; captain by Gov. Brooks, ]\Iay 16, 
1817; and lieutenant-colonel by Gov. King, Feb. 10, 1S21. He died, in precious 
memory, July 16, 1848; Mrs. Spofford died Sept. 17, 1878, aged 87. 



2114 
2115 

21X6 
21 17 
2I18 
21 19 
2120 



An infant, died. 
*JOSIAH H., 

*Benjamin W., 
*Harriet H., 
^Dorcas Annie, 
*Martha Jane, 
*Effie L., 
Mary Elizabeth, b. i\pr. 8, 1829 



children. 

b. June 20, 181 1 
b Aug. 29, 181 3 
b. Apr. 8, 18 1 5 
b. July 26, 1822 
b. Jan. 24, 1824 
b. Mar. 20, 1S27 



m. Nancy Smith, 
m. Ruth Merrill. 
m. Dudley Winslow. 
m. Moses Holbrook. 
m. S. Frank Doe. 
m. L. J. Priest, 
d. May 5, 1846. 



(782.) Isaac Spofford unci Abigail Hoyt. 

Married September, 1818; settled in Hampstead, N. H.; removed to Derry, 
N. H., where he suddenly died, August, 1829. Mrs. Spoftbrd died in Haverhill, 
Mass., April 8, 1869, aged 75. 

CHILD. 

2I2I. *CHARLorrE H., b. Oct. 27, 1819; m. William Harrison 

Webster. 



(785.) Rebecca Spofford and Peter Pearl. 

Settled in Boxford, Mass., where she died March 25, 1S77, aged 83, her hus- 
band having died July 29, 1874, aged 83. 



2122. John R., 

2123. Mary W., 



2124. Horatio, 
13 



CHILDREN. 

b. Sept. 7, T813 ; m. Harriet Spofford (10 11). 
b. July 10, 18 15 ; m. Tyrel Gilmore, May 2, 

1844; res. Dedham, Me., where she died 

Mar. 25, 18S8, leaving five sons and a 

daughter, 
b. Aug. 2, 1819; m. Theresa Hall, Sept. 11, 

1849 ; res. Bradford, Mass. 



iS2 TAREXTS SIXTH GEXERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 

2125. Francis H., b. July 27, 1821; died, unm., in San Fran- 

cisco, Cal., Sept. 2, T850. 

2126. Peter E., b. Aug. 29, 1825 ; m. Delia J. Day, Nov. 25, 

1858; res. Bradford, Mass. 
2137. Rebecca E., b. July 15, 1827; res. Boxford, Mass. 

2128. Charles, b. Jan. 26, 1831 ; m. Charlotte A. Tyler; d. 

in Boxford, Mar. 23, 1859. 

2129. Samuel I., b. Dec. 17, 1832 ; m. Elizabeth Irving, Nov. 

I, 1866; res. Chelsea, Mass. 

2130. Harriet A., b. Nov. 14, 1836 ; res. Boxford, Mass. 



(792.) Sarah Spofford and Hiram Harrimax. 

She was born in Andover; graduated at Bradford T"emale Seminary; died 
March 5, 1885. He was born in Rowley, June 9, 1804; died June 7, 1876. 



CHILDREN. 

2 13 1. *Sarah Elizabeth, born in Georgetown, Feb. i, 1834; m. 

E. J. Blackinton. 

2132. *HiRAM Newton, born in Georgetown, May 22, 1837; m. 

Sarah A. Hardy. 



(793.) Harriet B. Spofford and Hira3i Austin. 

Married Nov. 22, 1836; settled in Boxford, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

2133. Enoch C, b. Aug. 22, 1832; Company F, 32d Regi- 

ment, Iowa Vols. 

2134. Francis B., b. Mar. 31, 1840. 

2135. Nathan R., b. Feb. 16, 1842; Company F, 32d Regi- 

ment, Iowa Vols. ; died at Little Rock,. 
Ark., Sept. 25, 1862. 

2136. *George B., b. June 12, 1843; m. Charlotte T. Pearl. 

2137. Mary C, b. Aug. 22, 1845. 

2138. *Harriet R., b. July 3, 1848 ; m. James Whitney. 

2139. *JosEPH S., b. July 19, 185 1 ; m. Jennie S. Newton. 



PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. i8- 



(795.) Fkederic Spofford and Augusta Parker. 

Of Billerica, Mass. Married Nov. 19, 1839; settled in Bucksport, Me., where 
both died in 1885. 

CHILDREN. 

2140. Phebe, b. Sept. 19, 1840 j m. William B. Lawson. 

2141. Parker, b. July 12, 1842; m., 1870, Mary E. Spafford, a 

daughter of Marcus B. Spafford, of Dixon, 111. ; 
res. Bucksport, Me. 

/ 

(797.) Ruby Spofford and Ephraim P. Lord. 

Married Feb. 14, 1825; settled in Bucksport, Me., where he died Dec. 18, 1867. 

CHILDREN. 

2142. Harriet L., b. Dec. 3, 1826. 

2143. Frances T., b. June 16, 1827. 

(799.) Charlotte Spofford and Richard P. Buck. 

Married Sept. 3, 1834; resided at Brooklyn, N. Y., where he was prominent in 
mercantile life, and died July 10, 1884. 

CHILD. 

2144. Emeline C., b. Sept. 25, 1835. 



(801.) Capt. Aaron Spofford and Betsey Foster. 

Both of Boxford, Mass. Married by Rev. Peter Eaton, Nov. 7, 1822. 

" He was in early life one of the prominent men of Boxford; served on the 
board of selectmen and assessors, 1823-24, and was for many years one of the com- 
mittee having charge of the estate devised to the town by Hon. Aaron \Vood„ 
and frequently filled other offices. He was commissioned as ensign, Aug. 29, 
1818, and as captain. May 28, 1821, serving the State in this capacity till dis- 
charged, at his own request, March, 1824. He served in the War of 1812, and,. 
but for advanced age, would have shouldered his musket in the War of the Rebel- 
lion, in which three of his sons fought. 

" 'Capt. Aaron,' as he was familiarly called, was a man of marked ability and 
stanch integrity, genial in conversation, with a ready fund of anecdote and wit- 
ticism. He died May 28, 1879, his faithful wife, with whom he had lived fifty- 
seven years, following him in just one week, June 2, 1879." 



iS4 PARENTS SIXTH GENERATION, CHILDREN SEVENTH. 



2145. *Rebecca F., b 

2146. Phineas, b. 



2147 
2148 
2149 

2150 

2iqi 



*Eliza J., b, 
Sarah A., b. 

*JULIA M., b. 

*Mehitable, b. 
Aaron, b. 



2152. *Daxiel W., b. 

2153. Harriet, b. 

2154. *ISRAEL F., b. 



CHILDREN. 

Feb. 4, 1824; m. Samuel Killam. 

Dec. 13, 1825 ; captain in the Confederate 

Army during the Rebellion ; 8th South 

Carolina Regiment; res. Cheraw, S. C. 

Feb. 2, 1828 ; m. Lorenzo D. Wheeler. 

Dec. I, 1829; died in infancy. 

Jan. 18, 183 1 ; m. Joseph B. Perkins. 

Feb. 24, 1832 ; m. John Hale. 

Apr. 20, 1833 ; a member of Company E, 

i2th Regiment, Mass. Vols.; killed in the 

battle of Groveton, Va., Aug. 30, 1862. 

Nov. 30, 1834; m. E. A. Folsom. 

Oct. I, 1836; d. Jan.' 9, 1874. 

May 8, 1839 ; m. Rebecca P. Stocker. 



(803.) EiCHAED Spofford and Hannah Tyler. 

Both of West Boxford; married ISIay 6, 1S24. He was captain of Boxford 



Light Infantry in 1826. 



Died Feb. i, 1864. 



2155- 
2156. 



2157- 
2158. 

2159. 

2160. 

2i6r. 



CHILDREN. 

'^Marv Anna Pierce, b. Sept. 5, 1825 ; m. H. Tibbets. 
Elizabeth Foster, b. July 7, 1827 ; m. Henry M. Dough- 
erty, of Newark, N. J., Jan. 11, 
■ 1861. 
b. Dec. 2, 1829 ; m. Mary G. Day. 



*Thomas Little, 
*Frances Newton, 
Louisa Augusta, 
Sarah Warren, 
Abbie Nelson, 



b. Nov. 3, 183 1 ; m. Mary S. Lord, 
b, Feb. 6, 1834; d. June 30, 1865. 
b. May 18, 1836 ; d. Feb. 6, 1867. 
b. June 10, 183S; m. Hiram Towne, 

of West Boxford, Apr. 27, 1859; 

d. 1859, in Lawrence, Kansas. 



(804.) Phineas Spofford and Mary Ann Pierce. 

Settled in Beverly, Mass. After her husband's decease, she married Rev. Mr. 
Fosterj and subsequently became Mrs. Gerrish, of Maiden, Mass. 



child. 
2162. ELizAi!^:rH F., b. September, 1823; died young. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENEIL\T10N,- CHILDREN EIGHTH. 185 



parents Scrcntb (Bcncration, (IHI^rcn €ia;Mh. 



(817.) Hox. George Spafford and Almira Smith. 

Settled in Windham, Conn. He was Fellow of Yale College, and senator of 
the State of Connecticut. He was a man of much mechanical skill and insight, 
and the inventor of great improvements in the manufacture of paper; principally 
concerned in the establishment of the village of Spaffordsville; lived in Willi- 
mantic, and died Nov. 5, 1848, aged 55. 

CHILDREN. 

2163. *Marvin, b. Apr. i, 1819^ m. Caroline Abbe; 2d, Jane 

Burgess. 

2164. *Charles, b. August, 1822; m. Celia Tingsley. 

2165. Laura, m. J. R. Arnold. 



(827.) Julia M. Miller and Thomas Boyd. 

Settled in Albany, N. Y.; she died Oct. 7, 1884. 

CHILD. 

2166. William, m. Miss Van Veghten, of Albany, and died Sept. 

28, 1868; a son, William T. Bovd ; lives at 
Rochester, N. Y. 

(831.) Frances Miller and Cyrus Stevens. 

Married 1839; resided at Albany, N. Y., where she died, February, 1869, her 
husband having died 1867. 

CHILDREN. 

2167. Samuel, b. Oct. 17, 1840; m. Sarah E. Watkins, Sept. 12, 

18G2 ; res. Albany, N. Y. 

2168. Clarence H., a Union soldier; died at Harrison's Landing, 

Va., Aug. I, 1862, aged 19. 



1 86 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(838.) Rev. Elijah Spafford and Sophia Drake. 

■Married Nov. 3, 1808; resided at Westford, N. V., and Unadilla, X. Y. She 
Avas born July 13, 17S9, and died Sept. 11, 1822. 

Elder Spalibrd was a very remarkable man. When but sixteen years old, he 
was sent by his father to take possession of a newly purchased farm in Westford, 
Otsego County, N. Y., make a clearing, build a -log-house, and put in a crop of 
grain. He made the journey of a hundred miles on foot, carrying his axe and a 
small pack on his back, and having but one dollar in his pocket. He accom- 
plished his arduous mission, — his parents and their other children joining him 
the following autumn, — a marked instance of skill and intrepidity in one so 
young. His strong physique, great powers of endurance, deep piety, and sterling 
qualities eminently fitted him for his work in the gospel ministry, which extended 
from his ordination, in 1823, to his death, July 4, 1867, he being at that time pas- 
tor of a Baptist church in Unadilla, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

2169. *Laura, b. Aug. 10, 1S09 ; m. Allen Darling. 

2170. William, b. June 25, 1811; m ; res. Wells Bridge, 

Otsego County, N. Y. 

2171. *Amos, b. Aug. 23, 1813 : m. . 

2172. *RusSELL, b. Feb. 5, 1820; m. . 

Elder Spafford married his deceased wife's sister, Haxnah Drake, May 23, 
1823. 

CHILDREN. 

2173. *Lvsander E., b. June 28, 1828 ; m. Jane J. Manning. 

2174. *Hannah S., b. Feb. 25, 1831; m. Horace Hoseboom. 

2175. Marv Jane, b. Sept. 14, 1835; died in Westford, N. Y., 

May 2 1, 1850. 



(841.) Jehiel Spafford and Polly Harringtox. 

He was a native of Rensselaer, Otsego County, N. Y. Married Sept. 7, 1823, 
at Pittstield, Otsego County, N. Y. He died June 13, 1861; she died July 23, 
1S56, aged 52. 

children. 

2176. *Huldah, b. Apr. 17, 1826 ; m. Caleb Slauson. 

2177. *Miranda A., b. July 20, 1827 ; m. William C. Dunn. 

2178. *JoHN Ellis, b. Dec. 20, 18 — ; m. Anna Gross. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, .CHILDREN EIGHTH. 187 

2179. *Anson F., b. Apr. 3, 183 1 ; in. Harriet Aldridge. 

2180. *Marshall E., b. Mar. 23, 1833 ; "">• Sarah Joslyn. 

2181. *Pamelia, b. July 6, 1840; m, Norman A. Manning. 



(847.) Nathan B. Spafford and Mary Morrison. 

Married 181 7; removed with an ox-team and covered wagon from Genesee 
County, N. Y., to Twinsbm-g, Ohio, arriving Jan. 8, 1827. He died at Northtield, 
Summit County, Ohio, 1858. Present residence of several of the family, Bedford, 
Ohio. Mrs. Spafford married her deceased husband's brother, Hiram Spafford (850) . 

CHILDREN. 

2182. *Lydia, m. John Tryon ; d. 1853, aged 32 years. 

2183. Ammarilla, m, Jedediah DarUng ; d. 1843, aged 19 years. 

2184. *Almon J., b. 1826; m. Laura Washburn. 

2185. *ZuLEMA, b. 1828; m. Samuel LesUe. 

2186. *Jason S., m. Philena Cranson. 

2187. *Seth a., b. May 2, 1832 ; m. Irena Tenant. 

2188. Mary C, b. May 7, 1837; "i- W. C. Hurst; res. Bed- 

ford, Ohio. 



(849.) Maria Spafford and Keuben Bickford. 

children. 

2189. Lucas, m. ; res. Lowville, Lewis Co., N. Y. Chil- 

dren : John L., in New York Custom House ; 
Albert H., Ogdensburg, N. Y. ; and Mrs. Dick- 
inson, of Lowville, N. Y. 

2190. Marcus, m. ; a lawyer and editor; deceased, leaving a 

widow and daughter, Florence, in Carthage, 
N. Y. 

2191. Maria, m. Mr. Green; res. Watson, Lewis County, N. Y. 

Two sons : James, Ransom. 

(850.) Hiram Spafford and Nancy Foster. 

Married, 1820, near Rochester, N. Y.; removed, 1824, to the vicinity of Cleve- 
land, Ohio, as a pioneer settler. He procured a yoke of oxen by giving his note, 
due in ninety days, for sixty deer-skins, and, being a skilled huntsman, the note 
was taken up long before it was due. 



iSS PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

2192. LoREN, b. Sept. 17, 1821 ; m. Sarah Sheets; res. 

Cleveland, Ohio, Newburg P. O. 

2193. Eliza, d. Dec. 6, 1838, aged 17. 

2194. Harriet, m. Daniel Culver; res. Bedford, Ohio; died 

March, 1866, aged 63, leaving a daughter, 
Mrs. John W. Gibbons, of Cleveland, Ohio. 

2195. Hannah, m. Rev. E. H. Hawley, of Cleveland, Ohio; 

shs died 1845, aged 18 years, 

2196. *HiRA.M, b. July II, 1829; m. Abby A. Thomas. 

2197. Esther, b. 1831 ; d. May 16, 1846, in Bedford, Ohio. 

2198. Henderson, b. 1837; d. Mar. 12, 1844. 

The mother died in Bedford, Ohio, Dec. 17, 1S73, aged 56. The father subse- 
quently married Mary (Morrison) Spafford, his lirother's widow, and he died 
in Bedford, Ohio, March 14, 1876. 



(852.) Lorenzo D. Spafford and — 

Condersport, Potter County, Pa. 

children. 

2199. Orlo. 

2200. Cordelia, m. Williams, of Iowa; died. 



(853.) Oelean Spafford and Jane N. Patton. 

He was a native of Vermont; she of North CaroHna; married April 3, 1823, 
in Madison, Jefferson Count)', Ind.; removed, in 1843, 'o Louisa County, Iowa. 
Mrs. Spafford died May 3, 1871; he, Sept. 23, 1SS2. 

CHILDREN. 

2201. *Cordelia E., b. Jan. 17, 1824; ni. Samuel Warn. 

2202. Matheus W. p., b. Oct. 5, 1825; m. Emily Ohlatin, Sept. 

" 6, 1844. Enlisted for the IMexican 
War, 1849, ^^^ '^^^^'^ t^^ same year, 
at Jalape, Mexico. A son, James 
W., b. September, 1845. 

2203. Charlotte E., b. Sept. i, 1827 ; m. Zedock Jarvis, Oct. 

19, 1847 ; ^^s. Mcfrning Sun, Louisa 
Countv, lovi'a. Four children. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 189 



2204. Andrew J., 



2205. Alvira a., 

2206. Benjamin F., 

2207. Julius F., 

2208. William H., 



b. Oct. 18, 1828; m. Sarah Flack, May 
II, 1848. He was a soldier in the 
Union Army; d. 1863, at Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo. A son, John, Hves in 
Nebraska. 

b. Feb. 27, 1832 ; m. Jesse Phillips of 
Indiana, Nov. 3, 1854; res. Colum- 
bus City, Iowa. A son, Wesley, and 
four daughters. 

b. June 5, 1836 ; m. Mary Brown ; res. 
Morning Sun, Iowa. Two sons, Milo 
and Loren, and five daughters. 

b. Sept. 14, 1839; m. Charlotte Knight, 
Dec. 28, 1856 ; res. Bay City, Pierce 
County, Wis. Has sons : George, Wil- 
bur, and others. 

b. September, 1841 ; m. Rachel Bed- 
well ; res. Winona, Minn. Sons: 
Wellington W., of Colbergen, Neb., 
and Elmer, of Winona, Minn. 



(861. j John P. R. Spafford and Mary Ann Brown. 

Married August, 1847; settled on the old homestead at Compton, Canada, 
where he died, in October, 1869. His own funeral and that of his eldest son 
took place the same day. 

CHILDREN. 



2209 
2210 
22II 
2212 
2213 
2214 
2215 
2216 



William D., b. November, 1848 ; d. October, 1869. 

Charles A., b. August, 185 1. 

* Allen C, b. Oct. 29, 1852 ; m. Nancy Watts. 

Alba B., b. July, 1858. 

John T., b. November, i860; diedaged 17. 

Dudley, ) , t o/; 

' [h. June, 1865. 

Sidney, ) 

Fred E., b. May, 1867. 



(862.) Francis Parker and Catharine Clapp. 

Married July 5, 1818. Second marriage with Sarah Cochran, Sept. 25, 1833. 
Francis Parker died Sept. 4, 186S, at Troy, Mo. 



190 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CEIILDREN EIGHTH. 

i 

CHILDREN" (BORX IN TROY, MO.). i 

2217. William, res. Warrenton, Mo. 
22 iS. Hexrv, res. Warrenton, Mo. 

2219. Francis, res. Camp Point, 111. j m. Harriet V. Ewing, Oct. ■■ 

4, 1853. - ! 

2220. Charles, res. St. Louis, Mo. ; 

2221. LuCRETiA, m. Eleazer Block: died in St. Louis, Mo. i 

2222. Spafford, died in Jacksonville, 111. j 

2223. Sidney, died in Liberty, 111. ■ 



(863.) Tyler Parker and 



children. 

1 

I 

2224. Henry, died in California. 

2225. Mary A., m. Geo. E. Brown, of Bradford, Yt. : died in 

Canada. 

2226. Martha, res. Montgomery City, Mo. 

2227. Tyler, res. Montgomery City, !Mo. ! 

(864.) William Parker and Claris.sa Bo.stwick. 

He died Oct. 30, 1S69; she died July 6, 1839, aged 22. 

children. 

2228. William, res. Nashua. N. H. 

2229. Cornelia J., d. July 19, 1S50, aged 23 years. 

(866.) SiDXEY Parker and Cordelia C. Dozier. 

Married in Troy, Mo., Oct. 27, 1S36; settled in Mount Sterling, Mo. He died 
Dec. 24, 1878, aged 72 years 11 months. 

CHILDREN. 

2230. Francis Eugene, b. Mar. 12, 1839, at Clayton, 111.; died 

at Mount Sterling, Sept. 18, 185 1. 

2231. William Edgar, b. Feb. 10, 1843 ; m. Miss Thomas; died 

at Osceola, Mo., May 3. 18S4. 

2232. Corinne Lucille, b. Aug. 25, 1852 ; m. S. A. McKenney, 

Feb. 27, 1873; res. Chicago, 111. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 191 



(8G7.) Alexander Parker and Elizabeth Bostwick. 

She was born Sept. 6, iSri; died Jan. 23, 1S4S. Alexander Parker died Jan. 
14, 1856. 

CHILDREN. 



2233. Clara, 

2234. Elizabeth, 



2235. Marv, 



died ; interred at Wilbraham, Mass. 
m., July 4, 1S76, Dr. F. C. Leland, who 
died in Lowell, Mass., Apr. 17, 1873 ; 
she died Dec. 25, 1877. 
died ; interred at Wilbraham. 
2236. Georgia Augusta, b. Aug. i, 1847 ; ""i-) ^''^^y 26, 1875, Dr. 

D. I. Mcintosh, of Van Kleek Hill, 
Ontario. 

Second marriage with Jane Bostwick, whose present residence is Pembrolve, 
Ontario. She was a daughter of John Price and Mary (Star) Bostwick, of Dan- 
bury, Conn. 



(873.) Eliza A. Spafford and James Doak. 

Married May, 1S3S; res. Compton, Quebec; P. O., Hillhurst. 





children. 




2237. 


*Jennie A. 


2242 


Mary E. 


2238. 


*George 0. 


2243 


*Robert W. 


2239. 


Algernon. 


2244 


Lucius F. 


2240. 


Emily E. 


2245 


Harriet R 


2241. 


Marion L. 


2246 


Julia S. 



(874.) Relief J. Spafford and Hon. G. G. Stevens. 

Married 1S47; resided at Waterloo, Quebec, Canada, he being in the Canadian 
Parliament. Mrs. Stevens died July 12, 1S82, aged 66. 



2247. Gardner, 



2248. 
2249. 

2250. 

^251. 



children. 

b. Apr. 19, 1850; m. Nellie G. Foster; post- 
master at Waterloo, Province of Quebec. 

b. Feb. 1852 ; m. Harriet Flanders. 

b. 1855 ; m. H. E. Williams, a merchant of 
Knowlton, Province of Quebec. 

b. Mar. 5, 1857 ; m. T. F. Mcllwraith, Ham- 
ilton, Ontario. 
Edward A., b. 1861 ; res. Kansas City, Mo. 



*SlDNEY, 

*Clara J 
Mary, 



192 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(875.) George F. Spafford and Louise Doak. 

Married 1847; resided at Compton, Province of Quebec. 

CHILDREN. 

2252. Agnes, b. 1S50. 

2253. Nettie, b. 1853. 

2254. Carrie, m. Mr. Judd, of Boston; res. Everett,. 

Mass. 

2255. Albert George, m., Feb. n, 1844, Isabelle M. Chase, of 

Compton, Province of Quebec. 

(876.) Mary C. Spafford and B. B. Butterfield. 

Married June 22, 1845, ^^ Compton, Quebec; resided at Moulton Hill, Ascot'- 
Canada, till his death, Feb. 21, 1S57, aged 35. !Mrs. Butterfield died at Cedar 
Falls, Iowa, Dec. 8, 1886, aged 65. 

CHILDREN. 

2256. Charles Francis, b. Sept. 20, 1846; d. Oct. i, 1866, at 

Compton, Canada. 

2257. *JoHN N., b. July g, 1848; m. Hester Ingalls. 

2258. Eliza A., b. 185 1 ; d. Dec. 25, 1887, at Compton.. 

2259. Agnes L., b. Apr. 25, 1856; res. Cedar Falls, la- 

(878.) Lucius P. Spafford and Melissa Farxham. 

Married July 24, 1853; residence, Compton, Province of Quebec. 

CHILDREN. 

2260. *SiDNEY L., b. Oct. 24, 1S55 ; m. Kate L. Chilson. 

2261. Francis E., b. July 24, 1864; m., 1886, A. M. Drake. 



(SS2.) David P. Sp.afford and Huldah A. Townseni>. 

He died at St. Anthony, Minn., June 26, 1876. 



CHILDREN. 



2262. Edwin T., a lumber merchant in Thompson, Dak. 
Other children, names unknown. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 193 



(883.) Nathan L. Spafford and Abigail King Hedges. 

Married May 15, 1S49; removed from Northfield, Vt., to Greensboro, Vt., 
March, 1S57, where she died, May 19, 1866. 



2263 
2264 
2265 
2266 
2267 



CHILDREN. 

Edwin T., b. Oct. 8, 1850; d. Apr. 6, 1851. . 

*Ed\vard N., b. Jan. 8, 1852 ; m. Mary Belle Ryan. 
*Ellen a., b. Dec. 6, 1S54; m. Fred. D. Wright. 

Elizabeth M., b. Nov. 17, 1856; d. July 3, 1876. 
*Flora E., b. Mar. 20, i860; ni. W. E. Stoddard. 



Second marriage with Sarah A. Randall, Sept. 5, 1866. 

CHILD. 

2268. Sidney E., b. June 4, 1868 ; res. West Glover, Vt. 
Mrs. Spafford died Jan. i, 1880; her husband, March 20, 1886. 

(884.) Marcus M. Spafford and Mary A. Garey. 

Married May 5, 1849; residence, Fifield, Price County, Wis., or .Ste^'ens' Point. 

CHILDREN. 

2269. Ella E., m. Barnes; res. Washburn, Wis. 

2270. Mary A., m. Gavin ; res. Ashland, Wis. 

2271. Tyler, res. St. Point, Miss. 

2272. Kate, res. Stevens' Point, Wis. 

(885.) William Alexander Spafford and Marion B. 
Stevens. 

Married Oct. 3, 1849; residence, Minneapolis, Minn. She was of Tingwick, 
Quebec. 

CHILDREN. 

2273. Edwin L., b. Oct. 3, 1850; d. July 12, 1861. 

2274. *Adeline E., b. July 21, 1853 ; m. E. T. Snyder. 

2275. David T., b. Mar. 20, 1855 ; d. July 29, 1863. 

2276. *MiLES A., b. Nov. 16, 1857 ; m. Frankie McLure. 

2277. Oscar J. T., b. July 10, 1859 ; m. Stella Marston, Apr. 10, 

188 1 ; res. Minneapolis, Minn. 

2278. Sarah A., b. May 18, 1861 ; m. A. Hall, Jan. 5, 1886; 

res. Minneapolis, Minn. 

2279. Etta S., b. June 14, 1866 ; d. Mar. 24, 1880. 



•1 

] 

194 TAREXTS SEVENTH GENERATI(3N, CHILDREN EIGHTH. ! 

5 
(887.) Martha H. Spafford and Finley Green. i 

Married Dec. 31, 1847, at Lennoxville, Quebec; resided at South Hardwick, Vt^ 

CHILDREN. I 

22S0. Makv Eliza, b. 1849 ; m. Lyman Conant, of South Hard- : 

wick, Vt. j 

2281. Thaddeus a., b. 1857 ; m. ; res. Barre, Vt. "' 

2282. FiNLEY F., b. 1866; m. ; res. Calais, Vt. 



(889.) Helena E. Spafford and James Stokes. 

Married Dec. 20, 1859; she died Jan. 22, 1S66. 

CHILDREN. 

2283. Dora Isabelle, b. November, 1862; m. Charles Stokes;: 

res. Robinson, Quebec. 

2284. Helena, b. July, 1S64; m. Luke Ellis; res. Robin- 

son, Quebec. 



(899.) John Cutter and Eliza Pillsbury. 

Married March 17, 1825; settled in Winchendon, Mass., where he died. 

children. 

2285. Levi P., b. Dec. 29, 1825; m. Abby G. Bigelow ; killed' 

by a railway train, June 6, 1862. 

2286. John C, 1 f m. Ansilla Pierce; 2d lieut.. 

Company D, 36th Regt.,. 

> , . o I Mass. Vols. ; res. Winchen- 

b. Aug. 2, 1837; ' 

I . I don, Mass. 

2287. Eliza, J [ m. John Chapman; d. 1865. 

2288. Sarah P., b. Oct. 16, 1S29; m. Dr. William Lincoln, Oct 

-3' 1S55 ; died in Wabashaw City, Minn.^, 
Oct. 17, 1857. 



(905.) Mary Spofford and Lyman Fiske. 

Married in Moretown, Vt., Oct. 14, 1828; settled at Waitsfield, Vt., where she 
died March i, 1879. Her husband died Dec. 14, 1884, having been born in Waits- 
field, Oct. 15, 1801; he was by occupation a farmer and cooper. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 195 

CHILDREN. 
22S9. Narona Augusta, b. July 5, 1830 ; m., July 2, 1854, Hi- 
ram B. Cross ; res. Alontpelier, Vt. 

2290. Jonathan Albin, b. Jan. 20, 1832 ; d. Mar. 9, 1843. 

2291. Theron Ezra, b. May 5, 1834; d. Feb. 9, 1839; ^ 

boy of unusual promise. 

2292. *Perrin B., b. July 3, 1837 ; m. Harriet L. Bigelow. 

2293. Mary E., b. Apr. 19, 1S40; res. Montpelier, Vt. 

2294. Amanda B., b. Feb. 5, 1842 ; graduated at Barre, 

A^t., Academy, 1867 ; a teacher in 
Montpelier, Vt. 

2295. Harriet C, b. Mar. 21, 1844; graduated at Barre, 

Vt., Academy, 1867. 

(906.) Betsey Spofford and John Taylor. 

Married Sept. 13, 1827; resided at Nevvburyport, Mass., and Lowell, Mass.^ 
where she died, Feb. 25, 1854. John Taylor enlisted in the Fifty-second Illinois 
Regiment (having removed to La Moille, 111., 1S55). He was sent in charge of 
a company of sick and wounded from Pittsburg Landing to Quincy, 111., where 
he fell sick, and died June 2, 1862. 

CHILDREN. 

2296. LuciLLA S., b. Aug. 18, 1828; died in Lowell, Mass.,. 

Feb. 25, 1845. 

2297. *Levi S., b. May i, 1830; m. Lucia Skinner. 

2298. Mary Amelia, b. May 15, 1842 ; m. J. Heywood Brown; 

res. Westboro, Mass. A liltle daughter 
did not survive infancy. 

(908.) Moses Spofford and Dorcas Parker. 

Married 1839; removed from Lowell, Mass., to Norwich, Conn., about 1853; 
thence to Kansas, where he died, in 1859, his wife having died in Norwich, Conn., 
Feb. 27, 1865, aged 47. 

CHILDREN. 

2299. Emma, b. Dec. 10, 18.^0; m. John A. Beckwith, at 

Washington, D. C, June 25, 1873. She 
died in Washington, May 23, 1875 i i"' 
terment at Norwich, Conn. An infant 
daughter, Emma, died a week earlier. 

2300. *L. E. Forrest, b. Dec. 29, 1843; "^- Sarah McCall. 

2301. Orrin, b. Aug. 12, 1853, at Lowell, Mass. ; d. Aug. 

31. 1853- 



196 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(912.) Luke Spofford and Laura Wood. 

Married 1S41; settled in Lowell, Mass.; afterward in Brownington, Vt. He 
died May 9, 1S72, at Derby, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

2302. *Geo. Sullivan, b. Mar. 2, 1842 ; m. Mary E. Church. 

2303. *JuDSON, b. Mar. 10, 1846 ; m. Nellie F. Goodall. 

2304. Calista, b. Aug. 2, 1848 ; m. C. E Gay. 

2305. Millard F., b. Nov. 27, 1850. 

(914.) Deacon Abram Spofford and Caroline Flsh. 

Married May 6, 1S41; resided at Lowell, Mass.; his present residence is at 
Mount Dora, Orange County, Florida. 

CHILDREN. 

*Marv Caroline, b. July n, 1842 ; m. Rev. W. H. Cutler. 

Albin Abram, b. May 28, 1848 ; d. July 19, 1849. 

Walter Cecil, b. Oct. 30, 1850; d. Dec. 19, 1854. 
*Ella Adelaide, b. July 27, 1853 ; m. Chas. E. Kimball. 

Abbie AuG.usiA, b. Oct. 3, 1856; d. Nov. 23, 1863. 

(916.) Harriet N. Spofford and A. Whitney Conner. 

Married in ^lanchester, N. IL, by Rev. Cyrus Wallace, D. D., March 25, 1845; 
resided at Henniker, N. H., where he died, Dec. 11, 18S0, aged 65. 

children. 

2311. Levi S., b. May 11, 1850. 

2312. Sarah E., b. Dec. 2, 1854. 

2313. John W., b. Jan. 20,1857. 

2314. Walter A., b. Aug. 6, 1863. 



230b 


2307 


2308 


2309 


2310 



(918.) Moses S. Perkins and Cozby Coolidge. 

Married Nov. 15, 1S20; resided at Jaffrey, N. H., where he died, April 15 
1874; his wife died Feb. 27, 1875. 

children. 
2315. Sarah, b. Sept. 7, 1822; m. M. P. Farrar; d. 1854. 



2316. Phebe, b. Nov. 17, 1824 

2317. Hart, b. Sept. 26, 1828 

2318. Charles, b. Oct. 27, 1833 



m. James L. Bolster. 

m. Phebe Paulina Flowers. 

m. Sarah Ravenia Evelith. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 197 

2319. Dorcas, b. June 24, 1835 ; m. James S. Lacy; res. E. Jaf- 

frey, N. H. ' 

2320. CozBiE, b. June 28, 183S; m. John Valentine Tenney. 

2321. Mary, b. May 11, 1840; m. Frederic \V. Bailey; d. 1867. 

(919.) Rhoda S. Perkins and Aaron Hodgkins. 

Married Jan. 20, 1822; resided at Troy, X. H., where she died, April 10, 1851. 
Aaron Hodgkins died April li, 1856. 

CHILDREN. 

2322. Harriet A., b. Aug. 10, 1825'; m. Thomas F. Moulton, 

Sept. 15, 1846 ; res., in widowhood, at 
Manchester, N. H. 

2323. Christopher, b. Jan. 6, 1829 ; m. Malissa Tenney, Nov. 

14, 1854; res. Marlboro', N. H. 

2324. Ambrus, b. Jan. 20, 1831 ; m. Lottie L. Willis, Feb- 

ruary, i860; designer and builder; res. 
Keene, N. H. 

2325. Mary, b. Dec. 25, 1832; m. John B. Ireland, Sept. 

24, 1856; res. Dunbarton, N. H. 

2326. Frederick, b. Mar. 4, 1835 ; ^- Rufina A. Frost, Nov. 

3, 1855. He was in the ist Mass. Cav- 
alry ; wounded at Petersburg, Va. ; died 
at Harwood Hospital, Washington, D. C, 
Nov, 23, 1864; interred at Arlington 
Cemetery. 

2327. Cyrus Trull, b. Jan. 24, 1837 ; ''•''• Sarah Morse, Oct. 25, 

1859; died at Winchendon, Mass., June 
24, 1863. 

2328. Ermina Blake, b. Mar. 19, 1839 ; m. Asa K. Howe, Oct. 

24, 1863; died at Manchester, N. H., 
Oct. 7, 1864. 

« 

(922.) Harriet C. Perkins and Lucius H. Crane. 

Married October, 1832; she died June, 1834. 

CHILD. 

2329. Harriet Perkins, b. May 12, 1834; m. Samuel Blaisdell, 

Jr. ; res. Chicopee Falls, Mass. Mr. 
Blaisdell died Feb. 3, 1888, aged 54. 
14 



198 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTEI. 



(!l2o.) Ruby W. Perkins and John Mead. 

CHILD. 



23-30. Perkins Blake, born in Lowell, Mass., July 2, 1852 ; m. 

Imogene B. Hudson. 

Mrs. Mead, whose former hushand was CvRi's Trull, died July 9, 1852. 



(92().) Aphia Perkins and John H. Smith. 

.Married Sept. i, 1S35; resided at Chicopee Falls, Mass., where she died May 
16, 1S70. 

CHILDREN. 

2331. Emma Clark, b. May 31, 1836; d. Jan. i, 1838. 

2332. Emma Leslie,. b. Mar. 26, 1842 ; d. Aug. 6, 1843. 

2333. Ella Blake, b. Feb. 8, 1846; m. Henry M. Gates; 

res. Springfield, Mass. 

2334. Perkins Finney, b. Oct. 6, 1848 ; m., Oct. 6, 1886, Mary 

Isabel Jefferson ; res. Boston, Mass. ; 
organist at Church of the Good Shep- 
herd. 



(928.) Eliza Morse and Dr. Asahel D. Shurtleff. 

Married Dec. 9, 1S23; resided at Winchendon, Mass., where she died Aug. 16, 
1873, Dr. Shurtleff having died Nov. 8, 1S43, aged 54. 

children. 

2335- Charles Adams, b. May 22, 1825 ; m. Jane A. Hall. 

2336. Ann Eliza,. b. May 5, 1827 ; m. Horace Utley ; d. 

1857- 

2337. Asahel Milton, b. Nov. 5, 1S32 ; m. Sarah Keegan. He 

is of the firm of Codmaii &= Shurtleff^ 
dealers in surgical instruments, on 
Tremont Street, Boston. 

2338. RoswELL Morse, b. June 14, 1835 ; m. Clara Halliday. Mr. 

R. M. Shurtleff has achieved an emi- 
nent position as a landscape painter, 
with headquarters in New York City. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 199 



(929.) Sophia A. Morse and Ephraim Murdock, Jr. 

Married Nov. 24, 1825; resided at Winchendon, Mass., where he died, May 7, 
1882. Mr. Murdocl'; was a man of great wealth, from which he made many pulj- 
lic bequests. The Murdock School, munificently endowed, was his gift to the 
town of Winchendon, he having previously erected an elegant Memorial Hall, in 
memory of his deceased son. Mrs. Murdock died in Winchendon, Feb. 17, li 



CHILD. 

2339. Isaac M., b. Jan. 14, 1830 ; d. Nov. 8, 1875 ; a man of great 

ability and high culture. 

(930.) Milton S. Morse find Elizabeth Cogswell. 

Married Oct. 16, 1836. 

CHILDREN. 

2340. Susan Elizabeth, b. May 27, 1838 ; d. June 7, 1838. 

2341 
2342 

2343 
2344 



Infant son, b. June 8, 1839 ; d. June 8, 1839. 

William C, b. June 13, 1842 ; d. June 26, 1842. 

William Henry, b. Mar. 25, 1846 ; d. Apr. 27, 1846. 

Infant son, b. Mar. 31, 1848; d. Apr. 4, 1848. 



(931.) RoANAH Morse and Elisha Murdock. 

Married Nov. 29, 1832; residence, Winchendon, Mass. Mr. Murdock died 
March 12, 1870. 

CHILDREN. 

2345. Ellen RoANAH, b. Feb. i6, 1834; m. Wm. W. Godding, 

M. D. ; res. Washington, D. C. 

2346. Sophia M., b. Mar. 31, 1837; m. Wm. W. Whitney; 

res. Winchendon, Mass. 

2347. Georc.e, b. May 7, 1842 ; d. Sept. 15, 1849. 



(937.) Eliza Spoffopj) and D. Pitman. 

Married 1820; she died about 1841. 

CHILDREN. 

2348. Kate Eliza, born in Canandaigua, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1824 ; 

married. 

2349. James E., .born in Tecumseh, Mich., Sept. 5, 1826; mar- 

ried. 

2350. Samuel E., born in Tecumseh, Mich., June 17, 183 1. 



2 00 PARENTS SF:VENTII GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(038.) Samuel Litch Spofford and Maria Hall. 

He died in Tecumseh, Mich. 

CHILD. 

2351. Frances, died in 1840, aged eight years. 

(931).) Sumner F. Spofford and Emeline E. Bixby. 

Married in Adrian, Mich., April 20, 1836; removed in 1855 to Des Moines, 
Iowa, of which city he was elected mayor, March 2, 1868. He was a man of 
sterling worth, genial in private life, honored and trusted by his fellow- citizens. 
For twelve years he was one of the directors of the State Agricultural Society of 
Iowa, becoming successively its vice-president and president. He also served as 
secretary and treasurer of the Des Moines School Board, and as a director of the 
Citizens' National Bank of Des Moines. He returned in 1883 to Michigan, and 
died at Tecumseh, Mich., April 26, 1885. His wife, Emeline E. Bixby, having 
died at Des Moines, July 17, 1878, he married a second wife, Mrs. Harriet E. 
\\'rigiit, who survived him. 

CHILDREN. 

2352. *Charle.s S., b. Oct. 10, 1837 ; m. Lucie Love. 

2353. Ellen E., b. May 14, 1845 ; d. Aug. 30, 1845. 

2354. Laura E., b. Dec. 5, 1847 j d. Aug. 25, 1849. 

(940.) Cynthia M. Spofford and Theodore Bissell. 

Married in Tecumseh, Mich., 1828; he died in Texas. 

CHILDREN. 

2355. Frances M., b. Dec. 5, 1830; d. Dec. 21, 1837. 

2356. *Harriet, b. May 21, 1832; m. Edwin B. Wood. 

2357. Mary Louise, b. Nov. 5, 1835 '■> "i- J- Steele ; d. Jan. i, 

1865. 

2358. *Laura Ednah, b. Sept. 18, 183S; m. Dr. Cheever, 

2359. Henry, born in Bastrop, Texas, May 21, 1840. 

Second marriage with Willlvm W. Tilton, June, 1868; residence, Tecumseh, 
Mich. 

(04L) Luke A. Spofford and Mary Nielack. 

.Married l8j6; he died Aug. 13, 1S67. 

children. 

2360. Vincent Lee, b. May 13, 1837 > d. Sept. 22, i860. 

2361. Eliza P., b. Dec. 3, 1838 ; d. July 19, 1852. 

2362. *Cynthia M., b. Dec. 13, 1843; "^- Louis Olmstead. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 201 

(942.) Harriet M. Spofford and Milton Hoag. -' 

Married March 12, 1S37; he died Jan. 30, 1S43. 

CHILD. 

2363. Amelia Augusta, b. Aug. 27, 1838; m. R. Thos. E. Webb, 
Second marriage with A. B. Webster, Nov. 17, 1846. 

CHILDREN. 

2364. Virginia, b. May 19, 1850. 

2365. Eleanor, b. Feb. 15, 1852. 

(943.) Americus McKenzte Spofford and Maria Glass. 

Married 1S48; residence, Napoleon, Ohio. 

children. 

2366. Frank. 2367. Hattie. 2368. Charlie. 

(944.) Mary Augusta Spofford and Dr. Armstrong. 

Married September, 1848; he was of Indiana; she died in Waukon, Iowa, 
July 24, 185S. 

CHILDREN. 

2369. Harriet, b. Apr, i, 1849. 

2370. Charles, and twin boys. 



(949.) Eliza R. Foster and Dr. Thompson. 

Resided for several years at Boston, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

2371. Lizzie F,, b. Mar. 16, 1838; m., Dec. 20, 1858, C. H. 

Herman ; res. Norfolk, Va. ; d. Aug. 14, 
1869. 

2372. George A., b. Feb. 10, 1843 j died by railroad disaster, 

near Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 14, 1869. 

2373. Florence F., b. Aug. 27, 1846; m. G. S. Thompson; res. 

Sioux City, Iowa. 

Mrs. Thompson married a second time, with Mr. R. A. Lancaster, of Minden, 
La., removing thence to Dardanelle, Ark. Mr. Lancaster died at Varner, Ark., 
Sept. 29, 1887. 



202 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

i 

(951.) Eev. Eleazer S. Foster and Sarah A. Adams. j 

Married April 24, 1S45; settled in Chester, Vt., North Adams, Mass., and Val- \ 

ley Falls, X. V. i 

CHILD. * L 

2374. iMrs. Ella F. Stearns. 

(952.) Hannah A. Foster and Harris Capwell. ; 

Reside at 72S K Street, Sacramento, Cal. 

CHILDREN. 

2375. Mrs. F. Kingsbury; res. El Paso, Texas. 

2376. Mrs. M. Freeman ; res. Sacramento, Cal. 

2377. Florence Capwell ; res. Sacramento, Cal. 

(953.) Mary Flint Foster and Fortunatus Gleason. 

Married Jan. 11, 1849; reside at Lawrence, Kan. 



children. 



2378. Mrs. Lou. G. Tabor. 

2379. Mary Gleason. 

2380. Mrs. Sophia Cobb. 



(956.) Mary Susan Spofford and John R. Wiltsie. 

Married Jan. 9, 1845; resided at Newburg, N. Y., where he died Aug. 16, 
1882, aged 68. 

children. 

2381. *Arthur Vernon, b. June 7, 1846; m. Frances A. Hager. 

2382. Mary Elmira, b. Oct. 6, 1848; m. James S. Jocelyn, 

Oct. I, 1872; res. Newburgh, N. Y, 

2383. Henry Ainsworth, b. Mar. 8, 1850; d. Jan. 22, 1852: 

2384. Harriet Maria, b. Feb. 6, 1856; m. Wm. C. Belknap, 

Apr. 14, 1887 ; res. Newburgh, N. Y. 
2385- *Charlotte E., b. Aug. 30, 1859 ; m. Bayard Tyler. 

2386. Laura Spofford, b. June 29, 1862. 

Mrs. Wiltsie married again. Rev. W. W. Whipple, at Yonkers, N. Y., May 11, 
1887. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 203 



(957.) Judge Henry M. Spofford iind Ophelia Martin. 

The following outline of Judge Spofford 's exceptionally brilliant career is an 
abstract of an extended and highly appreciative biographical sketch published in 
the New Orleans Picayune : — 

"Judge Spofford was born at Gilmanton, N. H., in 1821, and graduated with 
the highest honors, at the age of 19, in 1840, at Amherst College, Massachusetts. 
On account of his high standing as a scholar, he was appointed a member of the 
Faculty of the college from 1840 to 1842. In the latter year he emigrated to Louis- 
iana and taught school in Claiborne Parish, studying law in the mean time with 
great assiduity until 1845, '^^hen he was admitted to the bar, and, removing to 
Shreveport, Caddo Parish, formed a partnership with Judge Allcott and opened an 
office for practice. 

"At the same time the two young members of the firm set to work at the prep- 
aration of a book entitled the ' Louisiana Magistrate,' which embraced a thorough 
compilation of all the laws and decisions relating to the jurisdiction, the powers 
and duties of magistrates. This publication proved a great addition to our law 
literature, and several editions of it have met with ready sale and demand. 

" After nine years of practice in Caddo and the adjoining parishes, during which 
he made most impressive appearances before courts and popular assemblies, and 
in contributions to the law journals of the day, Judge Spofford was elected to the 
vacancy of Justice J. G. Campbell in our Supreme Court. 

" He had then barely entered his thirty-third year, and though manifesting a 
proper modesty in his succession to so many older and more eminent predeces- 
sors in his office, he did not fail to impress the bar and his colleagues with a high 
idea of his ability as a judge and jurist. 

" The chief justice of the court of which he was an associate. Judge Merrick, 
happily described the character of his utterances on the bench as evincing a com- 
prehensive grasp of a judicial subject in a style and manner both elegant and 
pleasing. His elocution was so perfect that the reading of his opinions possessed 
a charm that cannot easily be forgotten. Judge Merrick further added in his 
address to the Supreme Court : — 

" ' Judge Spofford fully appreciated the value of rugged labor in legal pursuits 
and the preparation of judicial opinions, and he used to liken the task of legal 
investigation to the labors of the anvil and the mine. As a lawyer he was cour- 
teous, capable, honorable, and upright; as a man and gentleman his conduct was 
above reproach.' 

" Of his decorum on the supreme bench the chief justice said : — 

" ' The opinions delivered by him in many important cases of public interest, and 
particularly in the celebrated case of Bell v. Hufty, Eleventh Annual, are still fresh 
in the memory of his contemporaries and of all students, in which questions of 
constitutional, political, and statutory law were involved, and will remain lasting 
monuments to his ability, learning, ^\•isdom, integrity, and elevated character as 
a constitutional lawyer and as a dispenser of human justice among his fellow- 
beings. His name belongs to the judicial history of the State, and will be trans- 
mitted to posterity with the annals of our jurisprudence.' 

" Returning to the bar, and opening an office in this city, Judge Spofford soon 



204 IWRENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

oiifjaged with great vigor and activity in a large practice. Meantime he had made 
a hap])y and lirilliant marriage. The lady who became his wife was not only 
highly endowed with personal and intellectual charms and elegant accomplish- 
ments, but was also the heiress of one of the richest landholders and capitalists 
in Tennessee. This gentleman. Col. Martin, of Pulaski, was greatly aided in the 
administration of his large estate by his son-in-law, and manifested his apprecia- 
tion of his services by a large legacy to him. 

" Judge Spoftbrd withdrew for two years from practice in this city, and took up 
a temporary residence at Pulaski, when, under the obligation he had assumed to 
Mr. Martin, he gave his whole attention and labor to the settlement of the large 
estate of the deceased. 

"This settlement proved a most successful one, to the great enrichment of the 
heirs. Never having abandoned his domicile in Louisiana, he returned to the 
city, and was about to resume his practice, when the earnest demand of the Dem- 
ocratic party drew him into the political field as a contestant for the senatorship. 
This was in 1S76, when the Nicholls Legislature had been organized and was in 
full possession of the government of Louisiana. For this position Judge Spofford 
was nominated, and elected by a large majority. His title to the senatorial seat 
was opposed in the Senate by William Pitt Kellogg, who held a commission under 
the Legislature which had been displaced by the assembly which had organized 
under the governorship of Gov. Nicholls. The radical party then dominating in 
the Senate, after a long investigation and discussion by a committee, yielded to 
party demands and considerations, and against all truth, justice, and law, rejected 
Judge Spofford's claim. This contest imposed upon Judge Spofford an enormous 
amount of labor and expense at a time when his health had begun to fail. Repair- 
ing to a sanitary resort in the mountains of Virginia, a fatal disease, from which 
he had long suffered, developed with such potency, that before his family could 
reach him he departed this life on the 21st of August, 1880. His remains were 
taken to Pulaski, where his wife and family then were, and were deposited in the 
family cemetery of the INIartins, with manifestations of the deep sorrow of the 
whole population, Ijy all of whom he was greatly respected and honored." 

CHILDREN. 

2387. Thomas, res. Pulaski, Tenn. 

2388. Eleanor, b. Oct. 28, 186 1 ; graduated from Mme. Mear's 

Institute, New York, N. Y., 1879. 

2389. Nina, b. Oct. 9,1872; a student in New England Con- 

servatory of MusiCj Boston, Mass., 1887. 



(059.) AiNswoRTH R. Spofford tincl Sarah P. Partridge. 

Married Sept. 15, 1852; residence, Washington, D.C. Mrs. Spofford was born 
in Franklin, Mass., Nov. 10, 1823. 

"A. R. Spofford was born at Gilmanton, N. H., Sept. 12, 1825; son of L. A. 
Spofford (see page 98). He received a classical education by private tuition, 




AINSWORTH R. SPOFFORD, 
LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS. 



'I'hu 



lijiAi^K: 






'H, UI':NUX AMD I 
i I I'OiJNDA'iiUjMS.; 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 205 

and when about to enter college, his health failing, he migrated to Cincinnati, 
Ohio, becoming a bookseller and publisher. In 1S59, he became associate editor 
of the Cincinnati Daily Commercial, and in 1861 was appointed first assistant 
librarian in the Library of Congress at Washington, becoming librarian-in-chief 
in 1S64. During his administration of this responsible trust, the National Library 
has grown from 70,000 to upwards of 600,000 volumes; and the change in the 
law of copyright, effected in 1870, has made the office of the librarian an onerous 
and important one, all American copyrights being issued from his office, and all 
copyright publications being required by law to be deposited in the Congressional 
Library. 

"Mr. Spofford has written largely for the periodical press, on historical, eco- 
nomic, and literary topics, and is widely known as a librarian for comprehensive 
knowledge of books and their contents. He has published Catalogues of the 
Library of Congress ; " The American Almanac and Treasury of Facts," an annual 
compiled by him from official sources (1878-88); the " Library of Choice Litera- 
ture " (ten volumes, 1881-88) ; the " Library of Wit and Humor " (five volumes, 
1884) ; " Manual of Parliamentary Rules " (1884), etc. He is a member of many 
historical and philosophical societies, and received the degree of LL. D. from 
Amherst College in 1884." 

CHILDREN. 

2390. *Charles Ainsworth, b. Aug. i, 1853 ; ni. Ellen Board- 

man. 

2391. *Henry Wiltsie, b. June 5, 1856; m. Edith F. Saf- 

ford. 

2392. Florence Partridge, b. Sept. 29, 1862 ; res. Washington, 

D. C. 



(964.) Susannah Spofford and Col. Elijah Eundell. 

Married Sept. 2, 1821; residence, North-East, Erie County, Pa. Col. Rundell 
died Aug. 25, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

2393- Julia, b. Jan. 7, 1827. , 

2394. *Edward, b. May 14, 1830; m. Delia Holbridge. 

2395. Emma, b. Aug. 6, 1846. 



(965.) Calvin Spofford and Polly Rundell. 

Married March 10, 1829; resided at North-East, Erie County, Pa., where he 
died July 6, 1S86. He was a man of active mind and great energy, interested in 
public affairs, and in all things carrying weight and influence. 



2o6 TAREXTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN, 

b. Dec. 3, 1829; m. Delia McCan. 

b. Feb. 14, 1 83 1, 

Id, Dec. 4, 1832; m. David Henderson; 

res. North-East, Pa, 
b. Jan, 9, 1835 ; d. Feb. 24, 1836. 
b, Sept. II, 1836; d. July 20, 1842, 
Susanna Dow, b. Mar. 24, 1840; d. Dec, 24, 1842. 

Second marriage with Eliza I>ambers()N, of Salisbury, Herkimer County, N. Y, 

CHILDREN. 

2402, Mercy, b, Jan. i, 1846 ; d. Jan. 16, 1846. 

2403. *James L., b. Dec. 23, 185 1 ; m. Alice Hitchcock. 



2396. 


*JOHN R., 


2397- 


Phebe, 


2398. 


Helen, 


2399- 


Thdmas, 


2400. 


Emily, 


2401. 


Susanna 



(969.) Sarah J. Arnold and James C. Lewis. 

Married April 17, 1831; resided at Lockport, N. Y. 



2404 
2405 
2406 
2407 
2408 
2409 



children. 
Charles Augustus, b. Mar. 25, 1832; d. Apr. 21, 1833, 



Jaimes C, 
William Arnold, 
Anna Sarah, 
Edward Arnold, 
Albert Hastings, 



b, Nov, 5, 1833, 

b. Dec. 7, 1835. 

b, Feb, 20, 1838; d. Apr. 10, 1841. 

b. Feb, 14, 1840; d, June 6, 1841, 

b. Nov, 8, 1842 ; d. Feb. 17, 1843. 



Second marriage, Dec. 13, 1847, with D- Safford Fassett, M. D., of Lockport, 
N. Y., after whose death, Mrs. Fassett removed her residence to Burlington, la. 

CHILD. 

2410. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Feb. 20, 1849; ^- Oct. 28, 1852. 



(978.) Betsey A. Spofford and John Kingston. 

Married 1823. Second marriage with Hiel Swan, 









children. 




241 I 
2412 


James, ■» 
Delilah, \ 


twins. 




2416. 
2417. 


Carlisle. 
Cornelia 


2413 


Lafayette. 






2418. 


Abram, ■) 


2414 


Elizabeth, 






2419, 


Betsey, j 


2415 


Willard. 






2420, 


John, 



twins. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHIEDREN EIGHTH. 207 



(980.) Sarah B. Spofford and Elbridge Tilton. 

Married 1834. 



2421. John M. 



children. 

2422. Mary Jane. 



(981.) Christopher C. Spofford and Sophia B. Steel. 

Married 1844. 
2423. Helen L. 



CHILD. 



(983.) William B. Spofford and Almira Cobb. 

Married 1847. 
2424. Emma J. 



CHILD. 



(984.) Susan C. Spofford and William Freeman. 

Married 1845. 



2425. Charles E. 



children. 

2426. Kate. 



(989.) Gen. J. P. Spofford and Mary J. Hopson. 

Married Feb. 26, 1842; resided at Brockett's Bridge (now Dolgeville), Herki- 
mer County, N. Y., and died there. 

Gen. Spofford entered the United States service in February, 1862, as lieuten- 
ant-colonel of the 97th New York Regiment; commissioned colonel, Jan. 20, 
1865. An unusual amount of active service fell to his share, and the battles of 
Cedar Mountain, second Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, 
Chancellorsville, and Gettysburg gave full scope to the military skill and personal 
bravery for which he distinguished himself. In the last-named engagement he 
led several charges in person, almost miraculously escaping death; having his 
horse shot under him and his clothing pierced by bullets. At Macon, Ga., in 
Libby Prison, and while under fire of the Union guns at Charleston, he had six- 
teen months' experience in the horrors of prison life; all of which perils he sur- 
vived, to see the surrender of Lee, and the close of the Rebellion, to be made 
brigadier-general by brevet, and to wear for many years his well-earned laurels. 



2oS rARi:XTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

2427. Carlton J., b. Jan. 1 1, 1843 ; ^^s. Dolgeville, N. Y. ; dealer 

in piano action and organ hardware. 

2428. JULLA.N C, b. Apr. 7, 1845. 

2429. Frances M., b. Jan. 27, 1848; d. Feb. 3, 1851. 

2430. Jenny, b. Sept. 6, 1854; d. Jan. 11, 1856. 

2431. John D., b. Nov. 14, 1859; d. Mar. 4, 1861. 



i 



(993.) John B. Haskell and Carrie M. Ketcham. 

Residence, Clarkson, ]Monroe County, N. Y.; married Oct. 12, 1853. Mrs. 
Haskell died Jan. 22, 1875. 

CHILDREN. 

2432. Mary S., b. Aug. 9, 1862. 

2433. Henry W., b. Oct. 15, 1864. 

Second marriage with Emma S. Rose, Oct. 20, 1881. 

children. 

2434. Robert D., b. Oct. 14, 1882. 

2435. Susan Spofford, b. Sept. 9, 1884. 



(1009.) Mary Parker and Miltox P. Braman, D. D. 

Residence, Auburndale, Mass. Dr. Braman died April 10, 1882. He was for 
many years pastor of a church in Danvers, Mass. 

children. 

2436. James Chandler. 

2437. Mary, d. May 4, 1886. 

2438. Harriet Boardman, d. Mar. 29, 1839. 



(1010.) John L. Parker and Sarah L. Chaplin (1088). 

-Married April 28, 1S31; resided at Dedham, Me. He died Aug. 15, 1882, 
aged 75; Mrs. Parker died Sept. 12, 1869. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 209 



CHILDREN. 

2439. Martha Chaplin, ni. Benj. P. Todd, of Philadelphia; res. 

Bangor, Me. 

2440. John Milton, d. Jan. 27, 1852 ; aged 18 years. 

2441. Mary Braman, m. J. Perkins Spofford (1049); 2d, Myron 

T. Gilmore, of San Diego, Cal. 

2442. George Noyes, d. May 15, 1839, aged 11 months, 

2443. George Warren, m. Eliza D. Libby ; res. Bangor, Me. 

2444. Walter Lewis, m. Julia Maria Black, of Stockton, Me. ; 

died in San Diego, Cal., Dec. 27, 
1S83, aged 39 years, 11 months. 

2445. James Converse, d. Nov. 6, 1861, aged 15 years. 



(1011.) Harriet Spofford and John R. Pearl. 

Resided at Bangor, Me., where Mr. Pearl died Oct. 9, 1869, and his wife, April 
I, 1887. 

CHILDREN. 



2446 
2447 
2448 
2449 
2450 

2451 



Caroline Munsell. 
•^Charles Spofford, m. Abbie E. Field. 
Emmeline Converse. 

Myron Winslow, d. Jan. 1, 1847, aged 2 years. 
Harriet Winslow, d. Sept. 14, 1849, aged i year. 
John Francis, d. July 20, 1854, aged 3 years. 



(1012.) Col. W. P. Spofford and Julia A. Torrance. 

Settled in Dedham, Me. Mrs. Spofford died July i, 1862. 

CoL Spofford entered the United States service in 1861, as the captain of a 
company recruited by him for the nth Regiment, Maine \'olunteers. He was in 
the whole of the Peninsular campaign, and was highly complimented by his supe- 
rior officers for his fidelity and bravery. In the fall of 1862, he was commissioned 
major, and in November, 1863, was further promoted to lieutenant-colonel, and 
as such had command of the regiment for nearly a year previous to his death. 
He died at Fortress Monroe, June 17, 1864, from wounds received at Bermuda 
Hundred, June 2. 

His brother officers held him in the highest esteem. Col. Plaisted said of him; 
" Col. Spofford won his promotion by the zeal and faithfulness with which he per- 
formed every duty. He entered the service of his country from the highest 
motives, ready and willing to give his life, if need be, for his country's cause. 
Our country has lost a brave and faithful soldier and a Christian patriot." 



2IO PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

2452. *Sarah Torrance, ni. Rev. Woodbury S. Kimball. 

2453. Gkor(;e Moody, d. Jan. 29, 1864, aged 20 years. 

2454. Ellen Frances, d. Sept. 21, 1869. 

(1013.) Walter Kirby Spofford and Mary M. Hart. 

Residence, Holden, Me. 

children. ' 

2455. Charles Braman, m. Josephine Wilson; res. Holden, Me. 

2456. Marcia Elizabeth. 



(1017.) elERusHA C. Spofford and Eodney McLaughlin. 

Married June lo, 1S47; she died Aug. i8, 1854. 

children. 

2457. Abby Elizabeth, b, Sept. 9, 1848; d. June 2, 1850. 

2458. Harriet Ella, b. August, 1850; d. Dec. 23, 1851. 

2459. Herman Chandler, b. Dec. 19, 185 1.^ 

(1018.) Susan C. Spofford and Rufus Merrill. 

Married May 4, 1845; she died Nov. 3, 1853. 

children. 

2460. Charles Irvin, b. Oct. 18, 1847. 

2461. Mary Elizabeth, b. Oct. 3, 1849; '^■ 

2462. John S., b. Oct. 27, 1851. 

(1019.) Rev. Lemuel C. Spofford and Esther Dean. 

She was of Bangor, Me. He was a clergyman in Depere, Wis., and in Laporte, 
Ind.; died April 12, 1869. 

children. 

2463. Henry Chandler, b. Apr. 20, 1853 ; d. June 10, 1859. 

2464. John Frederic, b. Oct. 6, 1856; m., July 8, 1880, Har- 

riet U. A. Andrews, of Fall River, 
Mass. ; res. Brookline, Mass. 



1 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 211 

1020.) John T. Spoffokd and Sakaii G. French. 

Married Oct. i. 1S46: residence, Manchester, N. H.; she died Sept. 2, 1849. 

CHILDREN. 

2465. Herjian Chandler, b. July 18, 1847 '> <^- J"b' i^> 1848. 

2466. John Greenleaf, b. Mar. 22, 1849; d. Sept. 20, 1849. 

Second marriage with Caroline Eaton, Nov. 28, 1850. She died Nov. 28, 

1861. 

children. 

2467. Marv, b- Feb. 20, 1854; a gifted musician. 

2468. Arthur, b. Aug. i, 1856; d. Oct. 29, 1857, 

2469. Carrie, b. Oct. 24, 1857 ; d. Dec. 8, 1859. 

Third marriage with Martha Eaton, Sept. 9, 1862. 



(1024.) Hiram N. Notes and Matilda C. Chaplin (1092). 

Settled in Georgetown, Mass., where he was a prominent citizen, and, in part- 
nership with Samuel Little, was a leading shoe manufacturer. He died April 30, 
1862. 

CHILDREN. 

2470. George VV., m. Mary Beecher, a daughter of Rev. Chas. 

Beecher ; res. Georgetown, Mass. 

2471. Bainbridge C, a graduate of Dartmouth College, and a 

successful teacher many years in Day- 
ton, Ohio. 

2472. Howard H., m. Alice Chaplin; res. Georgetown, Mass. 

2473. Clara, m. Dr. R. C. Huse, of Georgetown, Mass. ; 

she died Apr. 25, 1883, aged 30. 

2474. Lizzie, graduate of Salem Normal School ; res. 

Georgetown, Mass. 

2475. Cornelia, d. Sept. 17, 185 1, aged 17 months. 

(1026.) Alfred B. Notes and Sarah Cushman. 

Residence, Georgetown, Mass. 

CHILD. 

2476. Mary Josephine Alfreda, graduated at Bradford Female 

Seminary, 1884. 

A former wife, whose maiden name was Elizabeth Holt, died childless, Aug. 
II, 1859, aged 30. 



2 12 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(lOoO.) CrxTHiA A. Parker and Laurentio Bailey. 

Married Oct. i6, 185S; they reside at Groveland, ]\Iass. 

CHILD. 

2477. Herbert Winthrop, b. Dec. 17. 1S59; d. May 7, 1862. 



(1033.) Mary P. Adams and H. L. Peckham. 

Reside at Townsend, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

2478. Chandler Adams, b. Aug. 16, 1861 ; died in infancy. 

2479. Horace Lyman, b. xA.pr. 10, 1S65 • died by drowning, 

June 19, 1883. 

2480. Charles WiLLL^M, b. Oct. 23, 1866. 



(1040.) John Abner Spofford and Deborah Trull. 

She was born in Boston, Oct. 3, 1827; married in Newburyport, Sept. 30, 
1847; residence, Maiden, Mass., where Mrs. Spofibrd died Aug. 24, 1876. 

CHILDREN. 

2481. RoswELL Douglass, b. Sept, 18, 1848; d. October, 1849. 

2482. Roswell Spinney, b. Oct. 12, 1855. 

2483. Annie (adopted), b. Jan. 22, i860. 



(1041.) Anstice Spofford and William B. Tappan. 

Married Sept. 25, 1853; reside at Newburyport, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

2484. Evelyn M., b. Dec. 6, 1854; d. Nov. 21, 1876. 

2485. George P. Wilson, b. Mar. 29, 1860; died same day. 

(1042.) Elizabeth Spofford and Curtis K. Moulton. 

Married Sept. 25, 1855. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 213 

CHILDREN. 

2486. Ella B., born in Beverly, Mass., June 23, 1856; d. 

Nov., 1S56. 

2487. Justin C, b. Jan. 28, 1859 ; m. Kate R. Cummings, 

Feb. 14, 1881. Two children: Lin- 
wood and Hawley. 

2488. Nellie Frances, b. Apr. 10, 1862 ; m. George W. Tarlton, 

Dec. 22, 1878. Three children : Harry 
C, Justin C, and Stephen Byron. 

(1045.) Capt. Edwin F. Spofford and Hakriet M. Page. 

Married October, 1858; she died Jan. 28, 1S70. Mr. Spofibrd served with the 
Sixth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers through the entire War of the Rebel- 
lion; commissioned as captain for meritorious service in action. 

CHILD. 

2489. Charles E., b. Apr. 2, 1861, at Lawrence, Mass. 
Second marriage, Nov. 24, 1870, with Susann.\h M. Kennison. 

children. 

2490. Ida F., born in Maplewood, May 16, 1876. 

2491. J. Tenney, born in Maplewood, Sept. 27, 1879. 

(1046.) Jennie T. Spofford and John O. Akerman. 

Reside at Newburyport, Mass. 



2492 

2493 
2494 

2495 
2496 
2497 
2498 



children. 

Julia Frances, b. June 3, 1867 ; d. Oct. 28, 1876. 

Jennie, b. Dec. 14, 1869; d. Dec. 18, 1869. 

Ida Gertrude, b. July 28, 187 1 ; d. Aug. 15, 1872. 

Willie, b. Jan. 6, 1874; d. Mar. 26, 1874. 

Charles Oliver, b. Jan. i, 1876. 
Alexander Seymour, b. Oct. 23, 1879. 

Bessie Cross, b. Apr. 2, 1881. 



(1048.) Peescott Spofford and Lizzie Burnham. 

Resided at Salisbury, Mass., and afterward at Esse.x, Mass.; for many years a 
sea captain. 

15 



214 TARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



CHILDREN. 

2499. Carolyn Osgood, b. Oct. 2, 1853 ; graduated Putnam Free 

School, Newburyport ; died at Essex, 
Mass., Apr. 10, 1887. 

2500. Frank Prescott, b. Feb. 13, 1859 ; d. July i, 1873, at Salis- 

bury Point, from injuries received by 
the recoil of a cable at the launching 
of a vessel. 



(1049.) J. Perkins Spofford and Mary B. Parker. 

Resided at Essex, Mass., and Salisbury Point, Mass. 

CHILD. 

2501. Wilfred Parker, d. Aug. i, 1862, aged 2 years. 

Her husband having died, Sept. i, 1S73, Mrs. Spofford afterward married 
Myron T. Gilmore, of Dedham, Me.; present residence, San Diego, Cal. 

(1051.) Laura Spofford and Dr. James T. Eeeve. 

Dr. Reeve was assistant surgeon in the loth Wisconsin Regiment, afterwards 
surgeon of the 21st Wisconsin. Residence, Appleton, Wis. 

CHILDREN, 

2502. James Spofford, b. Aug. 23, 1864, at Groveland, Mass.; 

a graduate of Lawrence University, 
at Appleton, Wis. ; a student, in 
1888, at College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, New York City. 

2503. Lewis Perkins, b. Sept. 7, 1866; d. Mar. 7, 1868. 

2504. Mary, born and died July 28, 1868. 

2505. Robert, born and died March, 1869. 

2506. Katharine Mary, b. Apr. 3. 1873. 

2507. Howard Dickinson, b. Dec. 31, 1874. 



(1055.) Abigail Tenney and James Young. 

Married Nov. 18, 1827; resided at Newburyport, Mass., where she died Jan. 
12, 1S88, aged 91. Her husband was born March 29, 1795; died Dec. 17, 1879. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 215 

CHILDREN. 

2508. Abby M., b.July 28, 182S; m. Henry Noyes; d. Jan. 4, 1871. 

2509. James W.,b. June 25, 1829; d. July, 1829. 

(105().) Pamela Tenxey and Jacob Young. 

Married Dec. 29, 1834; resided at Newburyport, where she died 184-. 

CHILD. 

2510. Jacob Henry, b. 1837 or 1838. 



(10o7.) RicHAED Tenxey and Sopheonia Gary. 

Settled at Newburyport, Mass. He died Sept. 4, 1869. Sophronia, his wife, 
was born March 19, 1808; died July 30, 1826. 

CHILDREN. 

2511. David C, b. May 3, 1825 ; d. May 10, 1839. 

2512. An infant, b. 1826; d. 1826. 

Second marriage with Hannah Gary, Oct. 3, 1827; she died March 29, 1847. 

CHILDREN. 



2513- 



Sarah Elizabeth, b. Jan. 6, 1829; m., 1847, Luther Dame, 

of Portsmouth, N. H. ; res. Newbury- 
port, Mass. 

born and died Dec. 31, 1830. 

b. Feb. 22, 1832 ; m. Moses K. Noyes, 
of Newbury, Mass. 

b. Jan. 4. 1834; m. Georgie Perry, of 
San Francisco, Cal. ; d. July 18, 1885, 
in Alameda, Cal. 

b. Oct. 12, 1835 ; d. May 14, 1838. 

b. Oct. 19, 1837 ; m. Edwin P. Noyes, of 
Newbury, 1856. 

b. Oct. 26, 1839; m. John H. Newman, 
of Newbury, 1863. 

b. Aug. 29, 1841 ; m., i860, Nathaniel 
Dole, of Newbury. 

b. Sept. I, 1843 ; d. Aug. 5, 1863. 

b. Dec. 25, 1845 ; cl. Aug. 19, 1846. 



25 14. A son, 

25 15. Hannah M., 

25 16. Richard P., 



25 17. James M., 

2518. Ellen J., 

2519. Abby A., 

2520. Mary C, 



2521. Francis E 

2522. James C, 



2l6 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

Third marriage with Jane Little, Oct. 20, 1847. 

CHILDREN. 

2523. Henry L., b. Feb. 2, 1849. 

2524. David S., b. Aug. 4, 1850; m. Ada Knight; deceased. 



(1059.) Saeah Spoffoed and Paul Spoffoed. 

P"or family, see Paul Spofford (526). ' 

(1060.) Chaeles N. Spoffoed and Maetha Tileston. j 

l\Irs. Spofford was a sister of Thomas Tileston, of New York City; for many 
years a widow, residing at Flatbush, N. Y., her husband having died July 16, 
J 860. 

CHILDREN. 

2525. *Sarah, b. Feb. 13, 1837 ; m. John Oakey. 

2526. *Mary M., b. June 30, 1839 ^ ^^^-^ Nov. 15, 1864, 

Charles C. Walden. 

2527. Charlotte T., b. June 24, 1841 ; m. Lefferts Vanderbilt. 
252S. Henry Sanford, b. Jan. 30, 1845; d. Oct. 12, 1868; a 

young man of much promise. After 
his decease, a volume of his poems 
was published. 



(1064.) Emily Spoffoed and "William Hall. 

Married Fel). 7, 1832; resided at Bradford, Mass., where he died November, 
1871; Mrs. Hall died April iS, 1879. 



2529 

2530 
2531 

2532 
2533 

2534 
2535 
2536 



CHILDREN. 

Mary Frances, b. Feb. 5, 1833 ; d. Mar. 6, 1842. 
*WiLLiAM Melvin, b. May 8, 1834; m. Abbie S. Dodge. 
*Lizzie Haven, b. Sept. 3, 1837 ; m. Hon. ^^'illiam A. 

Russell. 
*Emily Spofford, b. July 4, 1840; m. Rev. John Ewell. 

Fannie Spofford, b. Jan. 22, 1843 ^ '^i- Hon. William A. 

Russell ; res. Lawrence, Mass. 

George Symmes, b. Feb. 25, 1846; d. May 16, 1847. 
*James Kimball, b. Dec. 23, 1848; m. Jennie Stickney. 
*Arthur Howard, b. July 14, 1853; m. Helen M. Ames. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 217 

(1071.) Sumner P. Spofford and Abigail Marden. 

Married November, 1837; residence, Georgetown, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

2537. Charles A., b. Oct. 3, 183S; d. Aug. 21, 1863, from disease 

contracted in the army, while a member of 
Company K, 50th Mass. Vols. 

(1073.) Edavin C. Spofford and Almira Daniels. 

Married Dec. 29, 1840; residence, Georgetown, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

2538. *Catharine Sarah, b. Oct. 27, 1841 ; m. Lieut. Byron; 2d, 

H. M. Spoi^ord; 3d, G. W. DeGraw. 

2539. Hannah Braman, b. Dec. 10, 1845 '■> "''• Arthur K. Ober, 

of Beverly, Mass. ; d. Dec. 9, 1879. 

2540. Martha E., b. Nov. 21, 1847. 

(1074.) Augustus M. Spofford and Ellen Adams, 

Residence, Danvers, Mass. 

children. 

2541. *Frank Melvin, b. Oct. 13, 1854; m. Clara Todd. 

2542. Charles Augustus, b. Apr. 20, 1865. 



(1076.) Calvin Spofford and Eliza Gilbert. 

Settled in Georgetown, Mass. She was of Bangor, Me. 

children. 

2543. *Leander Preston, m. Noberta Bustamente. 

2544. Charles, died young. 

(1078.) Leander Spofford and Mary M. Perley. 

Resided in Georgetown, Mass.; he died Sept. 7, 1853. 

children. 

2545. Mary M., res. Haverhill, Mass. 

2546. Catharine S., m. Sherman Nelson, Sept. 19, i86c j res. 

(reorgetown, Mass. 



2i8 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(1079.) Catharine Spofford and Robert Sayary. 

Married Sept. i, 1831; removed from Georgetown to Haverhill, Mass., where 
he (lied Feb. i, 1S73. 

CHILDREN. 

2547. George Robert, b. May 23, 1833 ; died in Haverhill, July 

19, 1S77. 

2548. Charles Lincoln, b. July 31, 1838 ; d. Apr. 20, 1839. 

2549. Lucy Palmer, b. May 11, 1844 ; m. Herschel Fairbanks ; 

res. Haverhill, Mass. 



(1080.) William Henry Spofford and Sarah Gordon. 

Settled in HoUiston, Mass. She was of Brentwood, N. H. 



2550 
2551 

2552 
2553 

2554 
2555 
2556 



CHILDREN. 

^William Henry, m. Sarah Willard ; 2d, Mrs. Mary Parker. 

Eliza Nichols, m. James A. Cloutman. 

Melvin, died young. 

*Abby Gordon, m. Luther Scales. 

Preston Lincoln, m. Louise P. Ellis ; both died 187 1. 

*Frank Lamont, m. Harriet E. Chamberlain. 

Eugene, died young, in 1848. 



(1081.) Maria J. Spofford and Thomas Chaffile. 

Settled in Georgetown, Mass., where she died Feb. 14, 18S2. 



CHILD. 



2557- Warren Francis, m. Josephine Clark. He is a freight 

conductor on the B. & M. R. R. 



(1083.) Lucy Chaplin and John S. Davis. 

Resided at Dedham, Mass., and Georgetown, Mass., where both died, leaving 
one daughter. 

CHILD. 
2558. Martha C. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 219 



(1085.) Martha Chaplin and William M. Shute. 

Resided at Montgomery, Ala., and Boston, Mass., where he was for many years 
in the fur business, on Washington Street. He died March 3, 1870. Summer 
residence of the family, Georgetown, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

2559. Martha C, died in Boston, Mass., Nov. 7, 1865. 

2560. JuDSON C, m. Laura Estabrook, of Concord, N. H. 

2561. Sarah H., m. Rawthmall Hamer; 2d, Thayer; res. 

Oakland, Cal. 

2562. Mary F., m. Charles Edmonds; res. Georgetown, Mass. 

2563. Clara E., m. Geo. Witherby ; res. Worcester, Mass. 

2564. WiLAMiNA, died in Boston, Jan. 12, 1858. 

(1086.) Mary Chaplin and John Lowe. 

Married Sept. 17, 1833; resided at Methuen, Mass. 

CHILD. 

2565. Mary P., m. Fred Bailey'; res. Methuen, Mass. 
(1087.) Geo. W. Chaplin and Charlotte E. Spofford. 

For family, see Charlotte E. Spofford (1188). 

(1088.) Sarah Chaplin and John L. Parker. 

For family, see John L. Parker (loio). 

(1089.) RooxBE Chaplin and Caleb G. Tyler. 

He was of Concord, N. H.; married Oct. 2, 1833; resided at Montgomery, 
Ala., Boston, Mass., and later, Georgetown, Mass., where he died June 8, i860. 

CHILDREN. 

2566. Chaplin G., b. Aug. 10, 1834, in Montgomery, Ala. j m. 

Annie Bagley; 2d, Ursula Berry; res. Brad- 
ford, Mass., and San Diego, Cal. 

2567. Charles E., born in Boston, July 7, 1839 ; m., Nov. 8, 

1862, Caroline Harriman; res. Georgetown. 

2568. George P., born in Georgetown, Aug. i, 1843 ; m. Irene 

M. Spofford (2636) ; res. Georgetown, Mass. 



220 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(1090.) Charles E. Chaplin and Charlotte Nelson. 

Married Jan. 28, 1861; residence, Georgetown, Mass. A former wife, Sarah 
WlGHTMAX, died childless, June 10, 1854, aged 32. 

CHILDREN. 

2569. Abbie N., b. Dec. 4, 1861; m. Henry Perley; res. Box- 

ford, Mass. 

2570. Sarah E., b. May 26, 1863. 

2571. Charles H., b. Mar. i, 1S66. 



(1091.) Henry P. Chaplin and Martha Carleton. 

Residence, Georgetown, Mass.; a prominent shoe manufacturer. Mrs. Chaplin 
was born Oct. 13, 1821; died Sept. 3, 1881. 

CHILDREN, 

2572. Alice, m. Howard H. Noyes, of Georgetown, Mass. 

2573. Lawrence, res. Georgetown, Mass. 

2574. Wilfred, m. Helen McAllaster, of Bedford, N. H. ; res. 

Georgetown, Mass. 

2575. Mabel, a graduate of Bradford Female Seminary. 



(1092.) C. ^Iatilda Chaplin and Hiram N. Notes. 

For family, see Hiram N. Noyes (i 124). 



(1093.) Gardner Spofford and Mary Platts. 

Resided at Georgetown, Mass. He died August, 1873; his wife died July 29, 
1884, aged 78 years, 9 months. 

CHILDREN. 

2576. Lizzie, m. Nath. Pierce, Dec. 14, 1S53 ; res. Lynn, 

Mass. 

2577. "Mary, m. Chandler Parker; d. 1861, aged 22. 

2578. *George, m. Harriet Perley. 

2579. *Melvin G., m. Maria S. Perley. 

2580. John, died at Pensacola, in the War of the Rebellion, 

Oct. 16, 1864, aged 24. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 221 

(1097.) Eliza Spofford and Horace Bennett. 

Residence, Newport, Me. 



CHILDREN. 



2581. George. 

2582. Preston. 

2583. Lizzie, 



2584. Emeline. 

2585. Mary, died young. 



(1098.) E31ELINE Spofford and Willard Rice. 

Residence, Haverhill, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

2586. George W., m. Fannie Tarbell ; he was drowned in Merri- 

mac River, from steamer "Alice M.," Aug. 
24, 1879. 

2587. Carrie. 

2588. James B., m. Emma Lewis. 

(1099.) George P. Spofford and Salana Cheney. 

Residence, Georgetown, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

2589. Sarah A. 

2590. *Emma, m. Charles Phillips. 

2591. Lyman, d. 1883. 

(1101.) Mary Jane Spofford and Hosea C. Killam. 

Married June 17, 1845; residence, Georgetown, Mass., where he died Nov. 
10, 1S87, aged 74 years, 11 months. He was a son of Joseph and Abigail 
(Brackett) Killam. 

CHILDREN. 

2592. Ubert, b. Aug. 12, 1851 ; cashier Merrimack National 

Bank, Haverhill, Mass. ; m. Miss Goodell. 

2593. Mary Ella, b. Nov. i, i860; m. Harold F. Blake, Sept. 13, 

1886 ; res. Haverhill, Mass. 

(1103.) Lucy A. Spofford and John Savage. 

Married April 15, 1847; resided at Somerville, Mass. 



2 22 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

2594. Arabella E., b. Apr. 7, 1848; m. Albert Gilbert; res. '. 

Lynn, Mass. j 

2595. Lucy A., b. Sept. 21, 1852. j^ 

2596. John Arthur, b. Apr. 15, 1855 ; m. . ] 

2597. Willie A., b. Sept. 22, 1859 ; m. Kate Burnham. i 

1 

'I 

(1104.) Caroline M. Spofford and Alfred Cheney. i 

Resided at Georgetown, Mass. She died May 19, 1887. ■ 

CHILDREN. ' 

2598. William P., res. Rowley, Mass. 

2599. Annie, res. Georgetown, Mass. i 

! 

(1105.) Moses W. Spofford and Eliza Cheney. 

Resided at Georgetown, Mass. ] 

CHILDREN. 

2600. Frank. 2601. Albert, died. 2602. Lizzie, died. 



(1108.) Simeon Spofford and Margaret McDonald. 

Married at Cutler, Me. Residence, Pembroke, Me., where Mrs. Spofford deid 
Feb. 3, i86i. 

children. 

2603. *SiMEON A., b. Oct. 22, 1837 ; m. Mary Walton. 

2604. *HiTTiE E., b. Nov. 21, 184- ; m. Wm. Pitt Fessenden. 

2605. *Hannah E., b. May g, 1844 ; m. Geo. E. Wildes. 

2606. *Marietta, b. May 20, 1846; m. L. H. Cobb. 

2607. Charles F., b. Oct. 13, 1848. 

2608. *Daniel p., b. Dec. 18, 1850; m. Jennie Mcintosh. 

2609. *Frederic L., b. Apr. 24, 1854; m. Lizzie McVicker. 

2610. H. Walter, b. June 12, 1859. 

(1109.) Sally Spofford and Putnam Perley. 

Resided at Georgetown, Mass., where she died Nov. 9, 1846. 

CHILDREN. 

2611. Sally S., m. P. Cole, Georgetown. 

2612. William P., died young. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 223 

(1110.) Hannah Spofford and James G. Rand. 

Residence, Concord, N. H. He was of Epsom, N. H.; deceased. 

CHILD. 

2613. Charles J., res. Concord, N. H. 

(1111.) William Spofford and Sarah J. Suiviner. 

Residence, Foxboro, Mass.; married April 13, 1847. 

CHILDREN. 

2614. *WiLLiAM S., b. May 31, 1848; m. Nellie Lord. 

2615. *Herbert F., b. Jan. 17, 1850; m. Mary Tirrell; 2d, Katie 

M. Spofford (2619). 

(1113.) Daniel M. Spofford and Lydia A. Adams. 

He died at East Pepperell, Mass., February, 1872. 

children. 

2616. Anne. 2617. Fred. 2618. Daniel. 

(1114.) Charles P. Spofford and Charlotte Pinkham. 

Resided at Tovvnsend, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

2619, *Katie M., m. Herbert F. Spofford (2615). 

2620. Frank. 2621. Willie. 



(1121.) RooxBE Harvey and David B. Jennings. 

Residence, Lyons, Iowa. 

children. 

2622. William Spofford, res. near Burnette, Neb. 

2623. Harvey, P. O. address, Port Byron, 111. 

2624. Mrs. Doe, res. Lyons, Iowa. 

(1122.) Sarah Spofford Harvey and Ephraim Johnson. 

Residence, Camanche, Iowa. 



224 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

2625. Greenleaf, res. Camanche, Iowa. 

2626. Otis, res. Burnette, Neb. 

2627. Mrs. Matilda Roman, Camanche, Iowa. 

(1123.) Mary G. Harvey and David Roberts. 

Residence, Fort Dodge, Iowa. He was a native of Utica, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. • 

2628. George Evans, editor Fort Dodge (Iowa) Messenger. 

2629. Morris, res. Gowrie, Iowa. 

2630. Charles Albert, a student (in 1887) in Boston, Mass. 



(1148.) Lavinia Spoffoed and Orin Weston. 

Married Oct. 29, 1S35; residence, Georgetown, Mass. Mrs. Weston retains, in 
advanced life, the strong mental powers and literary tastes for which she has always 
been noted. 

children. 

2631. George S., b. Aug. 24, 1836; m. Harriet A. Dow, of At- 

kinson, N. H.; res. Georgetown, Mass. 

2632. Mary F., b. Ma}- 28, 1838; d. Oct. 23, 1838. 

2633. *LucY R., b. Sept. 26, 1841 ; m. Rev. Wm. M. Gay. 

(1150.) Harrison B. Spofford and Abigail P. Killam. 

She was of Boxford ; married Nov. 3, 1835; settled in Georgetown, Mass., 
where Harrison Spofford, the father, died October, 1865. His wife died May, 
1868. 

CHILDREN. 

2634. Ellen Augusta, b. Nov. i, 1837; d. Sept. 20, 1848. 

2635. Moses Dole, b. Sept. 12, 1844; d. Sept. 24, 1848. 

2636. *Irene Mighill, b. May 28, 1848; m. Geo. P. Tyler. 

(1151.) Leverette W. Spofford and Julia Adams. 

Settled in Georgetown. She was of Boxford. Mr. Spofford is not living; his 
widow and son reside in Haverhill, Mass. 

CHILDREN, 

2637. Leverette Winslow, b. Nov. 9, 1844. 

263S. *JuLiA Ann Adams, b. Mar. 16, 1846 ; m. Chas. Aiken. 



THL riiifv YORK" 




HON. RICHARD S. SPOFFORD. 

DIED AUG. 11, 1888. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 225 



(1152.) Richard S. Spofford and Harriet E. Prescott. 

Married Dec. 19, i8?56; residence, Deer Island, near Newburyport, Mass. 

" Mr. Spofford has been a successful lawyer and legislator, having been several 
times elected to the Massachusetts Senate. He early exhibited marked literary 
tastes, and has written copiously for the journals, his most recent papers l^eing a 
series of forcible articles on the fisheries question. His talent for poetical com- 
position, had it been possible to cultivate it amid the pressing cares of a busy 
life, would have given him rank among American poets. 

" Mrs. Spofford, a native of Calais, Me., a daughter of the late Joseph New- 
march and Sarah (Bridges) Prescott, is the gifted and well-known authoress of 
'The Amber Gods'; 'Azarian'; 'New England Legends"; 'Poems'; 'The 
Marquis of Carabas'; 'Art Decoration applied to Furniture'; 'Sir Rohan's 
Ghost'; 'The Servant-girl Question'; 'The Thief in the Night'; and many 
other important writings." 

CHILD. 

2639. Richard S., b. Jan. 30, 1868 ; d. Sept. 10, 1868. 



(1157.) George Milton Spofford and Sarah P. Hood. 

Residence, Georgetown, Mass.; married Nov. 7, 1852. 

CHILDREN. 

2640. Mary Elizabeth, b. Sept. 3. 1S54: d. Dec. 12, 1876. 

2641. George Henry, b. Feb. 15, 1858; d. Sept. 8, 1858. 

2642. Hattie Hood, b. Dec. 10, 186 r. 

2643. Ellen Wood, b. Dec. 16, 1863. 

2644. Charles Milton, b. Sept. 28, 187 1. 



(1158.) Nelson Spofford and Lucy A. Edwards. 

Married Nov. 20, 185 1; reside at Haverhill, Mass., where he is in lousiness as 
a civil engineer. 

CHILDREN. 

2645. Nelson, b. Sept. 13, 1856; d. Sept. 17, 1856. 

2646. *JoHN S.. b. Nov. II, 1857 ; m. Effie M. Parker. 

2647. Nathaniel N., b. Dec. 5, 1866; ^ivil engineer; res. at 

Haverhill, Mass. 



2 26 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(1159.) Jerome B. Spofford and Laura S. Littlefield. 

Resided at Georgetown, Mass.; he died Aug. 24, 1880. 

CHILDREN. 

2648. Mary Frances, b. July 30, 1853. 

2649. Anna Mighill, b. Aug. 4, 1865 ; d. Feb. 17, 1867. 

2650. Grace Mabel, b. Mar. 9, 1868. 



(1160.) Amos Spofford and Sophila Savary. 

Both of Georgetown; he died at Baton Rouge, La., June 4, 1863; a member 
of Company K, 50th Regiment, Mass. Vols. 



CHILDREN. 



2651 
2652 

2653 
2654 

2655 
2656 



Clara T., b. Feb. 10, 184-. 

Martha, b. Oct. 24, 184- ; d. Oct. 17, 1863. 
*JuDiTH F., b. Sept. 28, 1850; m. Chandler D. Parker. 

Amos L., b. Apr. 11, 1856. 
*Jennie S., b. Apr. 8, 1858; m. Mighill Morrill. 
*George J., b. Nov. 29, 1859; m. Dora Jones. 



(1174.) Charles S. Tenney and Elizabkth Nelson. 

Both of Georgetown; married Oct. 23, 1828. Mrs. Tenney died Jan. 10, 1848. 
Present residence of the family, 28 Brighton Street, Charlestown, Mass. 

children. 

2657. William Milton, b. Nov. 16, 1833 '■> d. 1S50. 

2658. Elizabeth Nelson, b. Apr. 8, 1841. 

2659. Affie Nelson, b. Nov. 4, 1843. 

Second marriage with Sarah C. Poor, Aug. 30, 1848. She was a daughter of 
Capt. David and Mary (Carleton) Poor; born in Charlestown, Mass., June 11, 
1 81 7; died May 16, 1887. 

CHILD. 

2660. Amos Jewett, b. June 27, 1850; d. July 25, 1870; a young 

man of sterling character and high prom- 
ise. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 227 



(1175.) George J. Tenney and Susan Nelson. 

Married Dec. 21, 1S36; residence, Georgetown, Mass. She was a daughter of 
Lieut. Jonathan and Hannah (March) Nelson, of Georgetown. 

CHILDREN. 

2661. Milton Granville, b. Sept. 4, 1837; m. Augusta E. Noyes, 

of Mt. Desert, Me., Jan. 17, 1861 ; 
res. Georgetown, and Boston, Mass. 

2662. Lucy Spofford, b. Oct. 26, 1838; m. John B. Brown, of 

Ipswich, Mass., Sept. 7, 1864; res. 
Chicago, 111. 

(1177.) Richard Tenney and Mary Sophia Nelson. 

Married Dec. 21, 1837; settled in Georgetown, Mass. He died Dec. 9, 1884. 

CHILD. 

2663. Mary Sophia, b. Mar. 24, 1846; m. Adam S. Stiger ; les. 

Brooklyn, N. Y., and Omaha, Neb. 

(1178.) Lucy H. Tenney and Richmond Dole. 

Married Nov. 21, 1839; residence, Georgetown, Mass. 

CHILD. 

2664. Amos Greenleaf, b. Dec. 19, 1841 ; died at Baton Rouge, 

July 16, 1863; a member of Company 
K, 50th Regiment, Mass. Vols. 



(1180.) Maria B, Merrill and William Varney. 

^Married Sept. 13, 1830; resided at Lawrence, Mass., where she died April 
3, 1883- 

CHILDREN. 

2665. Judith A., b. July 25, 1834. 

2666. Charles Otis, b. June 27, 1836; m. Henrietta F. Cur- 

rier. He died in California. 

2667. Louise Maria, b. Mar. 28, 1838; d. Jan. 22, 1879. 

2668. William Eustace, b. Dec. 26, 1848; res. Washington, D.C. 

2669. Justin Edwards, b. Mar. 9, 1853 ; m. Edith M. Newell ; 

res. Lawrence, Mass. 



2 28 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(1183.) Otis B. Merrill and Sarah Coffin. 

Married Dec. 20, 1849; resided at Groveland, !Mass., where he died Sept. 
II, 18S4. She was of Merrimac, Mass. 

CHILD. 
2670. Georoe, b. June 26, 1853 ; res. Groveland, Mass. 



1 

i 



(1186.) Laura A. Spofford and Moses P. Atwood. 

Married Feb. i, 1841; residence, Groveland, Mass. He is a son of Eliphalet 
and Sarah (Parker) Atwood. 

CHILD. 

2671. Willis Hale, b. Sept. 11, 1848; d. Jan. 31, 1851. 



(1188.) Charlotte E. Spofford and Geo. W. Chaplin. 

^larried June, 1S44; resided at Georgetown, Mass., where she died April 13, 
1888. 

CHILDREN. 

2672. *Lucv, b. Mar. 12, 1845; m. Rev. E. H. Titus. 

2673. Mary Angelina, b. Sept. 2, 1851 ; m. Thomas A. Per- 

■ .. ley; res. Trindad, Col., and George- 

town, Mass. 



(1191.) Cecilia P. Spofford and William G. Downie. 

Married June 14, 1855; resided at Portsmouht, X. H., where he died Sept. i, 
1865. Mrs. Downie died at Groveland, Mass., July 28, 1886. 

CHILD. 

2674. Isabelle Graham, b. Oct. 8, 1856 ; res. Groveland, Mass. 
(1192.) Dr. Morris Spofford and Martha J. Nichols. 

Married July 15, 1S54; located in Groveland, Mass. She is a daughter of 
William and Mary (Patten) Nichols. Dr. Spofford died March 7, 18S4. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 229 

CHILDREN. 

2675. *WiLLiAM E. (adopted), b. Aug. 29, 1854; m. Josephine 

Dumas. 

2676. Reginald, b. Apr. 7, 1855; d. Sept. 3, 1855. 

2677. Helen King, b. Oct. 15, 1858; gi-aduated Rob- 

inson Female Seminary, Exeter, 
N. H., 1879. 

2678. Edward Wiltsie, b. Aug. 29, 1863 ; a lithographic 

engraver; res. (1888) Omaha, 
Neb. 



(1235.) William K. Spafforu and Eliza Kennedy. 

Married Aug. 20, 1838; he died March, 1880. 

CHILDREN. 

2679. Lester, res. White Cloud, Kan. 

2680. Eunice, deceased. 2681. Allan. 

(1236.) Eunice E. Spafford and Lester K. Gould. 

Married Aug. 20, 1836; residence, Niles, Mich. 

children. 

2682. Mary, m. Daniel Roberts ; res. Kalamazoo, Mich. 

2683. Henry C. 2684. Eudora. 2685. Frances. 

(1238.) Clarissa E. Spafford and John H. Harris. 

Married March, 1846; residence, Kenyonville, Orleans County, N. Y. 



CHILDREN 

2686. Wirt, deceased. 

2687. Allan, deceased. 

2688. Cynthia. 

2689. Perry. 



2690. Colonel. 

2691. Amy. 

2692. Charles. 

2693. Jay. 



(1239.) Mariette Spafford and Orlando Gifford. 

Married October, 1844; residence, Byron, Genesee County, N. Y. He died 
Sept. 12, 1875, in Hart, Mich., aged 54. 
16 



I 



230 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN, 

2694. Polly A., b. Feb. 2, 1846; d. Dec. 8, 1861. , 

2695. Charles C, b. Jan. 5, 1849 ; res. Mason, Wis. '. 

2696. Flora A., b. Aug. i, 1850; d. 1871, Fitchville, Ohio. .■ 

2697. Delia M., b. June 23, 1856; m. John H. Rumsey, of | 

Massillon, Ohio ; res. Fitchville, Ohio. 1 

2698. Effie a., b. Dec. 4, i860; m. Chas. J. Dibble. ■ 

\ 

(1241.) Abigail J. Spafford and Charles Field. ! 

Married Nov. 20, 1849. j 

CHILDREN. 1 

2699. Mary E., m. George W. Sacket, Feb. 4, 1886. ■: 

2700. Jennie E., m. Henr}- Arnold, Nov. 22, 1882. ! 



(1253.) Burton J. Srafford and Eosannah Bower. 

^Married Dec. 22, 1856; resided at Batavia, N. Y. He died March 3, 1876. 

CHILDREN. 

2701. Kittie D., b. Aug. 15, i860; m. A. D. Stickney. 

2702. Maude, b. Dec. 11, 1868. 

2703. Burton B., b. Mar. 10, 1873. 

(1254.) DwiGHT Su^niner Spafford and Lide Robertson. 

Married Nov. 15, 1865; located at Morrison, 111. 



CHILDREN. 



2704. Frank S. 

2705. Earle. 



2706. Rob Roy. 

2707. Fred Robertson. 



(1255.) Kate D. Spafford and Thomas J. Tone. 

Married Oct. 18, 1858; residence, Bergen, Genesee County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

2708. Sumner LaRue, b. Nov. i, 1864. 

2709. Frank Jerome, b. Oct., 1868. 

2710. Florence May, b. Jan. 3,1871. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGH'm. 231 

(1262.) Merrill Spafford and Mary Wood. 

Married August, 1826; settled in Brandon, Vt. He died June 6, 1882. 

CHILDREN. 

2711. John J., b. Aug. 24, 183 1 ; d. Aug. 4, 1834. 

2712. Maryette, b. May 23, 1834; d. Aug. 13, 1856. 

2713. Amanda, b. Sept. 18, 1S38 ; m. Eugene Skinner; d. 

Sept. 5, 1864. 

2714. *Harriet a., b. Mar. 12, 1845; ^^^- William W. Gary. 

(1263.) Alvira Spafford and Willlui Bond. 

Married May 24, 1827; settled in Cavendish, Vt. He died Feb. 8, 1861. 



2715 
2716 

2717 

2718 

2719 

2720 
2721 



CHILDREN. 

*Catharine, b. May 17, 1829; m. Ozro I. Spaulding. 
*JosEPH S., b. Jan. 4, 183 1 ; m. Mary Fletcher. 

Emily, b. Sept. 24, 1S32 ; d. Oct. 26, 1832. 

*GiLMAN, b. Feb. 11, 1835; "''• Rebecca P. Boynton. 

Rhoda, b. June 2, 1839; d. Sept. 4, 1854. 

*Sarah M., b. Mar. 23, 1842 ; m. Joseph P. Weston. 

Charles F., b. Sept. 5, 1844; m. Mary Hill; res. Au- 
burn, Me. 

2722. Ozro, b. Dec. 30, 1848; m. Jane Houghton; res. 

Petersham, Mass. 

(1264.) Relief Spafford and Hosea Phillips. 

Married August, 1836; he died Nov. 19, 1837. 

CHILD. 

2723. LuciAN, b. Jan. 5, 1837. 

Second marriage with Hubbard Dicklnson, of Weathersfield, Vt., Nov. 26, 
1 840 ; present residence, Amsden, Vt. 

children. 

2724. George, b. Oct. 4, 1841 ; d. Aug. 18, 1863. 

2725. Orrison, b. July 25, 1843. 

2726. Isadore, b. Apr. 15, 1850; died young. 



232 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(1205.) John F. Spafford and Esther Turner. J 

Residence, Ludlow, Vt.; married Sept. ii, 1842. She was of Townsend, j 

Mass., and died May 22, 1857. i 

i 

CHILDREN. j 

2727. George F., b. July 24, 1843; enlisted in the Union Army, \ 

Feb. 20, 1864; Company G, 17th Vt. Vols. ; j 

died at City Point Hospital, Va., July 17, | 

1864. • i 

2728. Marion M., b. Apr. 5, 1845, at Ludlow, Vt. \ 

2729. RoMAix A., b. Mar. 28, 1847, ^t Weston, Vt. ; m. Eudora j 

L. Blodgett ; res. North Springfield, Vt. j 

2730. Ann E., born at Weston, Vt. ; d. Mar. 6, 1855. i 

I 

Second marriage with Roanna Boynton, Jan. 28, 1858. I 



(126(5.) Alvah M. Spafford and Mary E, Angier. 

She was a daughter of Rev. Aaron Angier; residence, Ludlow, Vt.; married 
Dec. 7, 1848. She died July 29, 1866. 



CHILDREN. 

2731. Marv a., b. Feb. 28, 1853 ; d. Apr. 21, 1854. 

2732. *Frederic a., b. Oct. 13, 1855 ; '"• Hattie Davis. 

2733. *PIelen C, b. July 5, 1858; m. Frank P. Ball. 

2734. Juliana., b. July 2, 1S60 ; res. New York City, 

Second marriage with LuRA DiCKERMAX, July 9, 1867. 

CHILD. 

2735. Matfie E., b. Apr. 10, 1870. 



(1272.) AuRETUs A. Matthewson and Harriet Doty. 

Married Sept. 5, 1842; settled in Danby, Vt. He was a skilled mechanic and 
master builder, erecting many fine residences and employing many hands. He 
died Nov. 23, 1870. 



i 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 233 



2736 
2737 
2738 

2739 
2740 

2741 

2742 
2743 

2744 
2745 



CHILDREN. 

Orimond D., b. Jan. 7, 1844; d. Aug. 29, 1847. 
Mary E., b. Nov. 17, 1846; d. Sept. 3, 1850. 

RosABELL. b. Sept. II, 1848; m. Wm. Johnson; res. 

Danby, Vt. 
George A., b. June 9, 1850; d. Sept. 3, 185 1. 
George O., b. May 10, 1852. 
Frances A., b. May 9, 1854 ; m. Delmer Gorton ; res. 

Danby, Vt. 
Mary E., b. Jan. 14, 1856. 

Charlotte L., b. Sept. 26, 1859 ; m. Frank Bond; res. at 

Danby, Vt. 
Charles H., b. May i, 1861 ; m. Jennie C. Herrick, 

1887. 
Albert A., b. Feb. 24, 1S63. 



(1273.) Ira E. Matthewson and Eleanor Spaulding. 

Married 1840; removed from Ludlow, Vt., to Topeka, Kansas. 

CHILD. 

2746. Marcellus, b. Apr. 4, 1841 ; m. Belle A. Conrad, March 

13, 1873 ; res. Topeka, Kan. 

(1274.) LoRAiNE Matthewson and Michael Casey. 

Married May 19, 1850; resided at Mooreville, Iowa. 

CHILDREN. 

2747. George, b. Apr. 7, 1851; m. Annie Simpson, 

1884; res. Topeka, Kan. 

2748. Oscar M., b. Sept. 27, 1857 ; m. Maggie Mullen, 

1879 ; res. Mooreville, Iowa. 

2749. Patrick Henry, b. June 5, 1859. 

2750. Alma E., b. Mar. 19, 1863. 

(1275.) Sylvanus O. Matthewson and Lorinda E. 
Whitney. 

Married Oct. 29, 1854; settled in Ludlow, Vt. 



234 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



CHILDREN. 

2751. At.tce a., h. May 5, 1S56 ; d. Mar. 18, 1861. 

2752. Florence A., b, Nov. 20, 1857; m. Byron W. Mansfield; 

d. Aug. 23, 1886. 

2753. Julia E., b. Jan. 18,1860; m. Fred Whitney. 

2754. Emma J., b. Oct. 24, 1862. 

2755. Hattie B., b. Nov. 15, 1863. 

2756. Eliza M., b. Mar. 2, 1867. 

2757. Carrie L., b. May 21, 1868; d. Jan. 20, 1877. 

2758. Mansfield O., b. Nov. 28, 1873. 



(1270.) Otis G. Matthewson and Clara E. Conrad. 

Married May 24, 1886; residence, Topeka, Kan. 

CHILD. 

2759. Edith Belle, b. Aug. 26, 1873. 

A former wife, Mary E. Keith, to whom he was married Feb. 20, 1862, died 
Sept. II, 1862. 



(1278.) Miletus H. Woodward and Sophia Howe. 

Married Dec. 3, 1854; resided at Ludlow, \'t. He was familiarly known as 
" Herrick Woodward," and was a drover, buying cattle, sheep, etc., for Brighton 
and Cambridge markets, and keeping a meat and provision store in his native 
town over thirty years. 

CHILD. 

2760. NoRRis H., b. Oct. 12, 1856. 

The father, Miletus H. Woodward, died Aug. 14, 1887. Sophia Howe, his 
wife, died May 5, 1876. A former wife, SvL\rA Demarv, to whom he was mar- 
ried Nov. 23, 1851, died Sept. 18, 1S53. She was of Gassetts, now Spafitbrd, Vt. 



(1283.) George A. Stafford and Caroline A. Howe. 

Married April 5, 1865; present residence. West Chesterfield, N. H. Mr. 
Spafford was employed as conductor wlien horse railroads were first introduced 
in Boston. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 235 

CHILD. 

2761. Carrie O., b. Jan. 7, 1869; d. Apr. 19, 1872. 

A former wife, Maria P. Sinclair, to whom Mr. Spafford was married Sept. 
28, 1851, died Sept. 8, 1859. 

(1284.) Olive L. Spaltlding and Edavix Culver. 

Married Feb. i, 1855; reside at Madison, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

2762. Annie, b. Mar. 10, 1856; m. E. A. Pierce, May i, 1878 ; 

res. Madison, Wis. 

2763. Ella, b. July 29, 1861 ; m. G. L. Voorhees, August, 

1879; res. Madison, Wis. 

2764. Charles, b. Mar. 18, 1865. 

2765. Frank, b. Apr. 27, 1867. 

2766. Jessie N., b. June 9, 1874. 

(1286.) Hyland Spauldixg and Cornelia Farwell. 

Married Sept. 16, 1862; residence, Vienna, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

2767. Arthur, b. Aug. 22, 1866. 

2768. Charles, b. Feb. 18, 1870; d. 1876. 



(1287.) James Richardson Spofford and Olive B. 

WOODBTJRT. 

Resided at West Berlin, Mass.; he died March 19, 18S0. The mother died 
Feb. 26, 1883. 

CHILDREN. 

2769. *Herbert E., b. Sept. 5, 185 1; m. A. Mabel Rawson. 

2770. Walter R., b. Apr. 13, 1853. 

2771. Elmer F., b. Jan. 6, 1855. 

2772. Clarence, b. Sept. 12, 1858. 

2773. Flora B., b. Mar. 31, 1862. 

2774. Philander, b. Aug. 4, 1864. 

2775. Orrin L., b. Dec. 23, i866. 



236 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(1288.) Marv S. SroFFORD and Emory C. Morse. 

Married July 7, 1847; residence, Berlin, Mass. He died Feb. 14, 1885. 

CHILDREN. 

2775. Thurza M., b. May i, 1852; d. Mar. 11, 1853. 

2776. Charles E., b. Aug. 14, 1856; d. Oct. 15, 1861. 

2777. Mary A., b. Dec. 20, 1879. 

2778. LONA M. 



(1299.) Oliver M. Spofford and Sarah Morse. 

Married October, 1856; reside at West Boylston, Mass. 



CHILDREN. 



2779. Emerson S., b. Oct. 29, 1859. 

2780. Emma D., b. Oct. 2, 1862. 



(1300.) Jesse Spofford and Chloe Eichardson. 

Married Sept. 4, 1816; settled in Mansfield, Conn. He died i860, aged 71. 

CHILDREN. 

27S1. Mary, b. Aug. 16, 1817 ; m. S. C. Preston, M. D. 

res. Hartford, Conn. 
Marilla, b. June 21, 1819 ; m. Alpheus Dimmick. 
Manley W., b. Oct. 19, 1821. 
Harriet M., b. Feb. 15, 1824. 
Uriel F., b. May 14, 1826. 
Monroe D., b. May 7, 1832. 
Elliot G., b. Nov. 25, 1837. 



2782 

2783 
2784 

2785 
2786 

2787 



(1302.) Samuel T. Spafford and Nancy Boyd. 

Settled in Lexington, N. C; removed to Jefferson, Mo. It is said that he was 
four times married, and had a large family of children. The names of but three 
are known. 

children. 
2788. Amos. 2789. Margaret. 2790. Bridget. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 237 



(1304.) Mary Spafford and William Emery. 

Settled in New Ipswich, N. H., where he was a farmer. He died Aug. 9, 
1862; his wife, March 3, 1862. 

CHILDREN. 

2791. Almina O., b. Jan. 19, 1812 ; m. George Tower. 

2792. Mary G., b. Sept. 28, 1819; m. John Langley ; d. Nov. 

19, 1846, leaving four children : Mary, Wil- 
liam, Eveline, and Edward. 

2793. William G., b. Feb. 27, 1821 ; m, Mary Roby ; two chil- 

dren : Mary M. and Frank. 

2794. Nancy M., b. Feb. 19, 1823 ; m. Otis Sleeper. 

2795. Amos B., b. June 2, 1825; m. Eliza Upton; d. 1882. 

Children : Charles A., Clara L., Mary J. 

2796. Horace B., b. Feb. 26, 1827 ; m. Melissa Smith. 

2797. Sarah E., b. Apr. 23, 1829 ; d. May 26, 1866. 

2798. Eveline C, b. Aug. 31, 183 1 ; m. Charles Marshall. A 

daughter, Nellie. 

2799. Fanny J., b. May 26, 1837 ; d. Mar. 26, 1859. 



(1305.) Margaret Maynard Spafford tind Pliny Piper. 

He was born in Acton, Mass., June 14, 1784; son of Joseph and Elizabeth 
(Hayward) Piper; married Nov. 26, 1818. She died Nov. 9, 1865; her hus- 
band, Aug. 24, 1867; both interred in Peterboro, N. H. 



children. 

2800. *Margaret N., b. Feb. 9, 1819; ni. Ira Sheldon. 

2801. *Samuel B , b. Nov. 23, 1820; m. Climena E, Nichols, 

b. Aug. 20, 1822 ; m. Ellen Maria Brock- 
way. 

b. July II, 1824; d. Sept. 10, 1826; buried 
in Sharon, N. H. 

b Nov. 30, 1827 ; m. Baxter Robinson. 

b. June 19, 183 1 ; m. Madison D. Chap- 
man. 

b. Jan. I, 1836; m. Susan ]\Iorse. 

b. Nov. 3, 1838 ; m. Adaline Withington. 



2802. 


*AUGUSTUS S 


2803. 


Lyman L., 


2804. 


*Mary a.. 


2805. 


*Betsey a.. 


2806. 


*Daniel H., 


2807. 


Dennis B., 



238 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(loOG.) Nancy Spafford and AVilliam AVilder. 

Married June 3, 1 81 7; settled in Chester, Vt., where he was agent of a cotton 
mill for many years; removed to Jaffrey, N. H., where he was agent for two 
mills and owner in the Cheshire Mill of that town. Mrs. Wilder died June 14, 

1868. 

CHILDREN. 

2808. Nancy M., b. June 25, 1822 ; m. Silas Priest. 

2809. Henry W., b. Aug. 21, 1827 ; d. Aug. 14, 1847. 

(1307.) Ira Spafford and Mirriam Atwood. 

Settled in Peterboro, X. H., where he was a stonecutter and contractor. He 
was a volunteer in the War of 181 2. He died March 7, 1869; his wife, Jan. 15, 

1875- 

CHILDREN. 

2810. *WiLLiAM W., b. Nov. 3, 1820; m. Saraii Barnes. 

281 1. Nancy, b. Oct. 24,1822; m. John Challis; 2d, Thos. 

Upton ; 3d, Joseph Knowlton ; she died 
1882. 

2812. *Ira A., b. Aug. 15, 1824; m. Sabrina Twitchell. 

2813. *Nathan H., b. Oct. 3, 1826; m. Mary A. Buckingham. 

2814. *Mirriam a., b. Apr. 12, 1828; m. Frederic Farwell. 

2815. *George W., b. Aug. g, 1831 ; m. Hannah Morrison. 

2816. John L., b. Sept. 22, 1834; d. Mar. 18, 1862. 

2817. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 15, 1836 ; m. Joseph Alexander, of 

Peterboro, N. H. ; he died Mar. 16, 1873. 

2818. Albert, ) f died in infancy. 

2819. Alvah, \ ^- ^^^- ^^' ^^38 ; 'I j^-,_ ^^j^jg Luther, of Prov- 
. idence, R. I. ; he died 1S69. 

(1309.) Fanny Spafford and Asahel Howe. 

Settled in Peterboro, N. H. She died April 23, 1846; her husband, Aug. 13, 
1844. 

children. 

2820. Samuel M., b. June 25, 1824; m. Jane Sanford. 

2821. *Fanny J., b. Aug. 13, 1826; m. Moses Adams; 2d, T. J. 

Crowell. 

2822. *Susan E., b. Dec. 18, 1828; m. Freeman C. Tupper. 

2823. Mary A., b. Oct. 30, 1832 ; d. Oct. 3, 1834. 

2824. Amos S., b. Aug. 6, 1835; d. Aug. 27, 1835. 

2825. LouLSA L., b. July 25. 1836; d. Sept. 24, 1844. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 239 

(1310.) Sally Spafford and William Fessenden. 

Married in Sharon, N. H.; settled in Inlet Grove, 111., where she died. 

CHILDREN. 

2826. Sarah J., born in Sharon, N. H., 1S27. 

2827. Louise Maria, b. 1831 ; m. Mr. Hurd. 

2828. Amos Henry. 

(1311.) John T. Spoffokd and Submit Barnes. ' 

Married April 5, 1828; settled in Peterboro, X. H., where he died March 28, 
1869. She died September, 1887. 

CHILDREN. 

2829. John W., b. July 28, 1829; d. Apr. 14, 1831. 

2830. *Caroline A., b. Apr. 5, 1831 ; m. Charles F.Emery. 

2831. *Hamilton J., b. Mar. 13, 1833; '''^- Ellen A. Hunt; 2d, 

Marion A. Wellman. 

2832. *WiLLiAi\i E. B., b. Apr. 21, 1835; rn. Alice E. Sanderson; 

2d, Mary J. Breed. 

2833. Sylvester J., b. Jan. 23, 1837; m. Sarah Stacey ; d. 

Aug. 30, 1864; she died Feb. 16. 
1865. 

2834. Longley J., b. Aug. 30, 1841 ; m. Edith J. Creighton. 

2835. *Melissa M., b. Aug. 30, 1843 ; m. L. B. Kendall. 

2836. *Hattie E., b. July 18, 1845- m. Chas. F. Lombard. 

2837. *Marcellus E., b. Dec. 13, 1847 ; m. Abbie E. Robbins. 

2838. *Charles Henry, b. Nov. 5, 1850; m. Clara A. Raymond. 

(1312.) Abi.jah Spafford and Betsey Sweetzer. 

Married 1832; settled in Fitzwilliam, N. H. He died May 19, 1878; his 
wife, Oct. 17, 1877. 

children. • 

2839. Henry A., b. July 22, 1835 ; m. Mattie H. Metcalf, 

Sept. 17, 1861. 

2840. *Mary E., b. Mar. 21, 1838; m. Chas. F. Ingalls. 

2841. *JuLiETTE B., b. Feb. 3, 1845 ; m. William Whipple. 



2 40 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(1314.) Elizabeth Spofford and Job M. Pierce. 

Married Sept. 5, 1S19. She died Oct. 7, 1824. 

children. 
2842. Harrison. 2843. Abel. 

(131.5.) Samuel H. Spofford and Olive Barber. 

Married June 9, 1825. The father died July 27, 1861; his wife, Jan. 24, i860. 

children. 
2844. Elizabeth H. 2845. Julia. 

(1316.) Mary Spofford and Daniel L. Barber. 

Married Oct. 31, 183 1. He died Oct. 9, 1846. 



CHILDREN. 



2846. Silas. 

2847. Samuel. 



2848. Adielia. 

2849. Daniel. 



(1317.) Milton E. Spofford and Lucy Sheldon. 

Married July 23, 1S37; resided at Friendsville, Pa. He died in 1872. She 
was a daughter of Mary Spafford and Robert Sheldon. (See page 69.) 

children. 

2850. Milton, b. June 11, 1838; d. Aug. 15, 1864, from dis- 

ease contracted in the army. 

2851. Abijah S., b. June 30, 1S40; m. Ann Strange. 

2852. Lucy E., b. Apr. 16, 1842 ; m. Sam'l Strange, Jan. 18, 

T870. 

2853. Henry Clay, b. Dec. 20, 1844; m. Miss Stone. 

2854. Mary J., b. June 23, 1847; m. Sam'l Davis, Apr., 1870 
2854. Samuel, b. Aug. 25, 1849 ; m. Emma Estes. 



(1318.) Silas P. Spofford and Betsey Cornish. 

Married Nov. 6, 1842; removed from Friendsville, Pa., to Fort Harker, Kansas. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 241 









CHILDREN. 


2855- 


John, 


b. 


June 15, 1846. 


2856. 


Edwin, 


b. 


Mar. 1, 1848. 


2857. 
2858. 


George H., 
Calphurnia 


}- 


Sept. 18, 1850. 


2859. 


Mary B., 


b. 


July 15, 1856. 



(1319.) Mehitable Spofford and Miles Baldwin. 

Married Sept. 23, 1839. 

CHILDREN. 

2860. Orringe, b. Nov. 20, 1844. 
2S61. Emma, b. Nov. 18, 1847. 



(1320.) David Felt and Hannah Trask. 

Married June 4, 181 6; settled in Penfield, N. V. 

CHILDREN. 

2862. David A., b. Jan. 9, 1817 ; d. 1817. 

2863. Amanda H., b. May 4, 1818; m. Caleb Todd, Apr. 30, 

1843. 

2864. Valeria E., b. Feb. 11, 1822; m. Bernard Carpenter, May 

5, 1840. 

2865. Andrew M.. b. Oct. 19, 1824. 

2866. Horatio W., b. Feb. i, 1827. 

2867. Huldah a., b. Mar. 12, 1832. 

2868. Evelina. 

(1321.) Joseph Felt and Miss Woods. 

Settled in Nelson, N. H. She died May 3, 1849, and he married, afterward, 
Miss Fanny Woods. 

children. 

2869. Irene, b. July 21, 1814. 

2870. Leander, b. Feb. 4, 1816; in. Alinira Collester. 

2871. Laurenza, b. Nov. 2, 1818 j m. Sylvesta Mason. 

2872. David A., b. Dec. 21, 1820; m. Harriet S. Howes. 

2873. Sylvester W., b. Mar. 21, 1823. 

2874. Lestina R., b. Oct. 8, 1826. 

2875. Almira S., b. Jan. 25, 1830. 

2876. Eveline E., b. Apr. 7, 1832. 

2877. Edward VV., b. Aug. 20, 1834. 



242 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(1322.) Asa G. Felt and Hai;eiet Foster. 

Settled in Penfield, N. Y. He held the office of deacon in the church of 
wliich he was a member, was justice of the peace, and held other offices. 



CHILDREN. 

b. Nov. 17, 1816 ; 111. John Nelson. 

b. Sept. 10, 1818. 

b. Oct. 6, 1820 ; ni. Samuel Morrison. 

b. Jan. 31, 1823; ni. Emily Crippin. 

b. Nov. 9, 1825. 

b. Feb. 9, 1829 ; m. Roxanna Kelsey. 

b. Sept. 20, 1S31 ; m. Albert Kenny. 

b. Jan. 24, 1833. 

b. July 30, 1835. 

b. Apr. II, 1838. 



2878. 


Eunice, 


2879. 


Betsey, 


28S0. 


Elvira, 


2881. 


Philester, 


2882. 


Phebe, 


2883. 


Hannibal, 


2884. 


Sally, 


2885. 


CLEMANTIf 


2886. 


Mary, 


2887. 


Eugene, 



(1324.) Jerry Felt and Tryphena Sprague. 

Settled in Nelson, N. H., afterward in Manchester, N. H. 



CHILDREN, 

2888. Mary C, b. Oct, 15, 183 1 

2889. Tryphena, b. July 9, 1833 

2890. Luthera, b. Feb. 23, 1835 

2891. E. W. Freeman, b. Feb. 13, 1839 
2S92. D. Webster, b. Oct. 15, 1840 
2893. Eu(;ene H., b. Aug. 11, 1843 
2S94, D, Elroy, b, June 17, 1847 



(132.5.) John Felt and Huldah H. Cox ant, 

Settled in Jaffrey, N. H., where he held several offices of trust. 

children. 

2895. John C, b. May 10, 1827, 

2896. S. Maria, b. Sept. 17, 1828, 

2897. Caroline H., b. Apr. 24, 1830, 

2898. Joseph A., b. Oct. 11, 1831. 

2899. Albert O., b. July 8, 1833, 

2900. Martha W., b. Oct, 18, 1836. 

2901. William H., b. Apr. 5, 1841. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 243 

(1326.) Elizabeth Felt and Harris. 

Settled in Nelson, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

2902. HURLBERT L. 2903. EraSTUS. 2904. SaRAH E. 

(1327.) Sally Felt and Charles Sheldon. 

Settled in Nelson, N. H. 

children. 

2905. Ezra. 2906. Charles W. 2907. Valentine. 



(1329.) Noah Hardy and Jerusha Kimball. 

Married about iSio; resided at Nelson, N. H., where both died. Their 
family consisted of ten children, all of whom lived to maturity. 

CHILDREN. 

2908. Augustus F., b. Sept. 4, 18 12. 

2909. Sylvander, b. Feb. 25, 1814; d. Apr. 10, 1850. 

2910. George G., b. Sept. 25, 1816; died in New Orleans, La., 

June 21, 1863, while serving in the Union 
Army. 

291 1. Abby M., b. Sept. 5, 1818; m. Addison ; res. 

Springfield, Mass. 

2912. Noah W., b. Nov. 9, 1820; res. Nelson, N. H. 

2913. Charles, b. Oct. 18, 1822; d. Nov. 18, 1854. 

2914. Caroline M., b. Feb. 3, 1825 ; Mrs. Pratt, Keene, N. H. 

2915. Silas, b. Apr. 3, 1827 ; m. Josephine Kingsly, Dec. 

31, 1863; she died June 19, 1871. Mr. 
Hardy is an attorney-at law in Keene, 
N. H. 

2916. Franklin B., b. Apr. 28, 1829; res. Nelson, N. H. 

2917. Ezra P., b. Sept. 3, 1831 ; res. Keene, N. H. 

(1330.) Sarah Hardy and David Ames. 

Married 181 2; resided at Hancock, N. H., and in Coos, Steuben, and in 
Chautauqua Counties, N. Y., where both died. David Ames was born in Han- 
cock, N. H., Dec. 21, 1787; died June 3, 1848; his wife died Nov. 27, 1879. 



244 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



29 iS. Julia M., 



2919. 
2920. 

2921. 

2Q22. 
2923. 
2924. 
2925. 



Jonathan M., 
David H., 

Sarah S., 
E. H., 

Elizabeth A., 
Margarette M. 
Henry, 



2926. Lois, 



children. 

b. 1813 ; m. B. H. Edson, 1837 ; Cherry 
Creek, N. Y. ' ' 

b. 1815; m. Adaline Butler; d. 1885. 

b. 1817 ; m. Clarissa Edson: res. Casa- 
daga, N. Y. 

b. 1819; m. William H. Fox. 

b. 1821 ; d. Sept. 20, 1838. 

b. 1823; m. M. L. Rice; d. Mar. 3, 1874. 

b. 1825 ; m. Henry C. Lake. 

b. 1828 ; ni. Ellen Goodrich ; res. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

b. 183 1 ; died an infant. 



(1332.) David Hardy and Sally Farwell. 

Married by Rev. J. Milton Whiton, in Hancock, X. H., 1S22; removed from 
New Hampshire to Preble, N. Y., where he held many offices of trust, being one 
of the supervisors of the town and county superintendent of the poor, and was 
for many years an elder of the Presbyterian Church. He died in Cortland, N. Y., 
1873; his wife, two years later. 



2927. 
2928. 



2929. 



CHILDREN. 



Woodward, Cortland, N. Y 



Nancie S., m. — 

Leonard F., born in Westminster, Vt., 1827 ; graduated at 
State Normal School, Albany, N. Y., 1855 ; 
was principal of Union School, Weedsport, 
N. Y., for eight years ; school commissioner 
of Cayuga County, from 1869 to 1872 ; died 
in Weedsport, 1881. 

David, b. 1829; graduated at Cortland Academy, 

Homer, N. Y., 1854; principal of the Pre- 
paratory Department, Bethel College, Ken- 
tucky, in which position he died, 1857 ; a 
, man of literary tastes, and an author of 
merit. 

— Earle ; res. Weedsport, N. Y. ; she 



2930. W KALTH Y A . , m . 



2931. Sarah A., 



died 1 87 1, 
born in Antrim, N. H., 1834; married in Ho- 
mer, N. Y. 



died soon after marriage. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EUiHTn. 245 



(1333.) Silas Haedy and Abigail Farley. 

They removed from Westminster, Vt., to Antrim, N. H., in 1835. He died in 
New Ipswich, N. H., in 1855. Mrs. Hardy, aged 86, resides in Lawrence, Mass., 
with her daughter, Mrs. French. 

CHILDREN. 

2932. Sarah A., born in Westminster, Vt. ; m., 1852, to Dr. 

A. J. French, of Lawrence, Mass. 

2933. Anna Eliza, b. 1S34; m., 1857, R. F. Steel, in Methuen, 

Mass. ; res. Geneseo, 111. 



(1338.) Enos Spafford nnd Mary A. Broavnson. 

He is not living; his widow, who was of Ferrisburg, resides in Clyde, Sandusky 
County, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

2934. Martha, died, aged about 20. 

2935. Henry, ni. ; died in the Union Army, leaving two 

daughters, Emma A. and Alice H. 

2936. Esther, m. David Loomis, in Clyde ; they had two daugh- 

ters, Myrtle, and Ella, who married a Mr. Gil- 
lespie ; Mrs. Loomis married, 2d, Richard F. 
Patrick ; res. Ada, Ohio, 

(1339.) Samuel Spafford and Laura Bet amy Kellogg. 

Married Sept. 24, 1822; removed from Ferrisburg, Vt., to Olmsteatl, Cuyahoga 
County, Ohio. He was a native of Vergennes, Vt.; died in Elyria, Lorain 
County, Ohio, Feb. 9, 1871; his wife, a native of Ferrisburg, Vt., died in Elyria, 
Aug. 19, 1872, aged 69. 

CHILDREN. 



*Mary A,, b. June 24, 1823 ; m. Fred. H. Dibble. 

^Harriet G., b. Mar. 12, 1825 ; m. Fred. S. Washburn. 

Alfred, b. June 6, 1827 ; died young. 

*LoRiNDA M., b. June i, 1828 ; m. Dennis Burdick. 
*Nancy a., b Jan, 25, 1833 ; 2d wife of the above. 

William H. H,, b. Apr. 11, 1837 ; d. Mar. 27, 1S41. 
*Laura M., b. Feb. 23, 1842 ; m. Freeman N.Stearns. 

Frances F., b. Feb. 2, 1844; d. Aug. 26, 1S65, in 

Elyria, Ohio. 
2945. *Evaline J., b. Oct. 20, 1848 ; m. Harry J. Leuszler. 

17 



2937 
2938 

2939 
2940 

2941 

2942 

2943 
2944 



246 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(]o40.) AzuBAH Spafford and Samuel Danald. 

jSIarried in Vergennes, Vt., Oct. 26, 1825; removed, in 1837, to Ohio; reside 
at Olmstead, Cuyahoga County, Ohio (Berea P. O.). Four of this family were 
horn in Vermont, the rest in Ohio. 



2946 
2947 
294S 
2949 
2950 

2951 
2952 



CHILDREN. 

Jane, m. Orin Lawrence ; deceased. 

DuRAND, deceased. 

William, m. Samantha Gage ; res. Olmstead, Ohio. 

Samuel, deceased. 

Eliphalet, deceased. 

LuCETTA, m. Alfred Hendricks ; res. Huxley, Neb. 

Maria, deceased. 



(1344.) Calvin Spafford and Charlotte Drake. 

He was a native of Vergennes, Vt. ; removed to Ohio in 1832; married in 
Bloomfield, Ohio, Oct. 5, 1834; resided at Olmstead, Ohio. 

children. 

2953. Jane, b. Jan. 12, 1837 ; m. Frank Burrington ; res. 

Olmstead, Ohio. 

2954. James, b. Mar. 8, 1839; d. December, 1861. 

2955. William, b. July 16, 1842; m. Martha J. Coltrin, 1869; 

res. Berea, Ohio. 

Calvin Spafford, the father, married, second, Maria D.wald, of Vergennes, Vt. 



(1347.) Lydia Howard and Joseph H. Wardwell. 

Lived in Rumford and Hanover, Me. She died 1^78^ her husband, in iSjs 
or+«54.- - ■ ' 

. CHILDREN. 

2956. William H,, res. Boston, Mass. 

2957. Caroline H., m. Stephen Barker, Jr., of Methuen; res. 

Lowell, Mass. 
295S. Charles P. S., m. Marcia B. Cole ; res. Lake Village, N. H. 

2959. Moses H., d. June, 1846, unm., age 21. 

2960. Ceorge J., m. Margaret Moore ; res. Rutland, Vt. 

2961. Joseph W., m. Maria Ballard; res. Boston, Mass. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 247 

2962. Jarvis C, m. Maria Harlow; res. Boston, Mass. 

2963. Asa Spofford, d. May, 1863, aged 32, unm. 

2964. Lydia J., m. Nathaniel Crockett ; res. Boston, Mass. 

2965. S." Elizabeth, m. Charles Farnham. 
Four other children died in infancy. 



(1352.) Asa S. Howard and Dorcas Holt. 

Residence, Newry, Me.; married Aug. 26, 1836. .She was of Rumford, Me.; 
died Sept. 25, 1846. 

CHILDREN. 

2966. Henry F., b. June 19, 1838 ; m. Clara Woodbury, Nov. 

22, 1863; d. Nov. 22, 1871. 

2967. Mary W., b. May 11, 1840; d. Nov. 9, 1870. 

2968. Asa, b. Mar. 19, 1842; d. Dec. 31, 1866. 

2969. Charles W., b. Sept. 30, 1843; d. Oct. 18, 1868. 

Second marriage with Betsey S. Roberts, Aug. 19, 1848. She died May 25, 
1861. 

CHILDREN. 

2970. Abbie M., b. Sept. 9, 1849; m. Henry Moore, who died 

1872 ; she died Apr. 27, 1871. 

2971. DoLLiE S., b. Aug, 15, 1852; d. Oct. 16, 1878. 

2972. Adeltha D., b. Mar. 15, 1853; d. July 15, 1868. 

2973. Nellie R., b. Jan. 9, 1855 ; m., Jan. i, 1878, Orin W. 

EUingwood ; res. Bethel, Me. 

2974. Fred E., b. Feb. 9, 1857; m., Nov. 11,1878, Annette 

S. Smith ; res. Newry, Me. 



(1356.) Jesse Spofford and Mary H. Maynard. 

Settled in Temple, N. H. He was killed while moving a building, Sept. 11, 
1851; his wife died April 21, 1824. 

CHILDREN. 

2975. *Adxah, b. Aug. 31, 1819; m. O. M. Dyer. 

2976. Daniel, b. May 3, 1821; d. June 11, 1824. 

2977. Caleb Wheeler, b. Mar. 8, 1823; m. Jane Snow; he is 

well known as the proprietor of the 
Riggs House, Washington, D. C. 



I 



2 48 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. j 

Second marriage with Ann Sheldon. \ 

i 

CHILDREN. I 

1 

2978. *Mary M., b. Dec. 2, 1825 ; m. Jonas Woodsum. ; 

2979. Abigail A., b. May 23, 1831 ; m. J. B. Lawrence. ] 

2980. Daniel Howard, b. Mar. 25, 1833; m. Julia A. M.Booker. 

2981. *Maria J., b. Nov. 23, 1 841 ; m. Alfred Heald. 

(1357.) MiLLY Spofford and Willard Searle. 

Resided at Temple, N. H. She died March 23, 1884. ; 

t \ 

children. ' : 

2982. *P. Adaline, b. May 3, 1824; m. Joel Ball. ; 

2983. Adam R., b, Nov. 22, 1825 ; m. Mrs. Catharine Mower; j 

res. Nahant, Mass. j 

2984. Mandana, b. Dec. 13, 1827; in. Orville F. Mack ; d.July ' 

15. 1856. j 

2985. Jesse P., b. Nov. 4, 1835; ^^- ]^^Q 19, 1861. 1 

2986. Allen J., b, Oct. 30, 1847 ; m. Mrs. Mary Cragin ; res. 

Temple, N. H. ! 

(1358.) Clarissa O. Spofford and Dexter L. Burton. ; 

Married April 20, 1824; settled in Lyndeboro, N. H. He was born in An- ! 
dover, Vt., i8o2; died June 3, 1855. Mrs. Burton died Oct. 15, 1886. 

children. 

2987. Dexter L., b. Apr. 10, 1825 ; m. Emily, Ward ; res. ■ 

New Ipswich, N. H. 

2988. Clarissa Irene, b. July 2, 1827; m. Nathan Holt; res. 

Temple, N. H. 

2989. James Edwin, b. Nov. 18, 1828 ; m. Olive A. Robin- 

son; res. Temple, N. H. 

2990. Helen Marion, b, Feb, 24, 1831 ; m. George H. Blood; 

res. Wilton, N. H. 

2991. Eliza Jane, b. Dec. 6, 1834; m. Geo, W, Boynton ; 

res. Wilton, N. H, 

2992. *WiLLiAM W., b, Nov, 14, 1836; m. Esthtr J. Cragin, 

2993. Sarah Annette, b. Aug. 9, 1838 ; d. Oct. 3, 1838. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 249 

(13G0.) Rachel J. Spofford and Aete3ias Spofford. 

For family, see Artemas Spofford (1421). 

(13G1.) Nancy W. Spofford and Francis Robbins. 

Settled in Acton, Mass. She died February, 1880. 



2994 

299s 
2996 

2997 

2998 

2999 



CHILDREN. 

Sarah J., deceased. 
Spofford. 

Sarah J., m. Holt. 

Mandana, 

Emma, m. Blood ; res. Acton Centre, Mass. 

Theodore, 2999. Georgianna. 



(1363.) Eldad Spofford and Lydia Burcess. 

Married June 23, 1823; residence, Clarendon, Vt.; died Aug. 25, 1874; his 
wife, March 20, 1S43. 

CHILDREN. 

3000. *HiRAM B., b. May 10, 1825 ; m. Caroline Sanders. 

3001. *Sarah S., b. Aug. II, 1827; m. William W. Litchfield; 

2d, William Cutting. 

3002. *Otis M., b. Feb. 25, 183 1 ; m. Josephine Pratt. 

Second marriage with Clarissa Howard, who died Aug. 14, 1862. 

children. 

3003. Almira. 

3004. *LuciNDA J., b. June 14, 1847 ; m. Henry Stark. 

3005. Emily L., b. May 23, 1849; m. Sumner Page, Shrews- 

bury, Vt. 

3006. Lyman H., b. Oct. 25, 1851 ; m. Alice Pitts, Rutland, Vt 

3007. Eliza A., b. Mar. i, 1856; d. Sept. 14, 1863, 

3008. Frank W., b. Sept. 21, 1858; adopted by a maternal 

uncle, and name changed to Frank W. 
Howard; m. Julia Snell ; res, Ludlow, Vt. 

(1365.) Nathaniel R. Spofford and Mary A. Savage. 

Married July 17, 1833; resided at Greenfield, N. H. He died July, 1871, 
aged 66. 



250 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

3009. Nathaniel T., b. Apr. 26, 1838; m. Louisa P. Russell 

(3019) ; 2d, Sarah Sanders. 

3010. *Mary a., b. June 22, 1840; m. Hiram P. Jellison. 

3011. Anna J., b. Feb. 16, 1842. 

3012. Jesse, b. Apr. 23, 1845. 

3013. *Sarah E., b. May 10, 1847; m. G. J. Parkhurst. 

3014. Helen A., b. May 23, 1850 ; m. Frank A. Paige, Paw- 

tucket, R. I. 

3015. Daniel W. b. Apr. 13, 1853; m. Mattie Stoddarcl, 

1879. 

3016. Margaret T., b. Dec. 23, 1855 ; d. Apr. 9, 1857. 
30T7. Frank N., b. Dec. 19, 1857. 

3018. Edward H,, b. Aug. 3, 1861 ; m. Carrie Butler, Dec. 

20, 1885. 

(1371.) Phebe p. Spofford iind Jonas E. Russell. 

Married Jan. 3, 1847; resided at Hartland, Vt., in which vicinity the family all 
reside. 

CHILDREN. * 

3019. Louisa P., b. May 5, 1848; m. N. T. Spofford; d. 1867. 

3020. Melvina R., b. Dec. 19, 1849 ; m. Erwin F. Person. 

3021. Abijah J., b. May 16, 1852; m. Kate Cisco. 

3022. Mary A., b. Oct. 19, 1853; m. Sylvester Hoisington. 

3023. Sarah J., b. Jan. 27, 1855 ; d. Aug. 23, 1875. 

3024. Edward, b. Sept. 4, i860; m. Jennie Gay; res. Hart- 

land, Vt. 

(1372.) Abijah P. Spofford and Almira Blodgett. 

Married Oct. 11, 1843; residence, Charlestown, Mass. 

children. 

3025. Otis P. H., b. May 29, 1848; d. Sept. 9, 1S48. 

3026. Levi T., b. Mar. 5, 1850. 

Second marriage with Sarah E. Blodgett. 

children. 

3027. Abijah P., b. Feb. t6, 1858; d. May 22, i860. 

3028. Harry Percey, b. July 6, 1870. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 251 

(1373.) Lydia Spofford and Nehemiah B. Fish. 

Married at West Rutland, Vt., Nov. 11, 1845. He was of Lyndeboro, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

3029. Harriet, b. Sept. 21, 1849; d. Oct. 14, 1853. 

3030. John L., b. June 3, 1854; m. Ida M. Newton, Sept. 5, 

1883 ; res. So. Greenfield, N. H. 

3031. RoswELL, b. Aug. 14, 1856; d. Oct. 9, 1856. 

3032. Maria L., b. Mar. 10, 1862 ; m. John S. Flint, Feb. 26, 

1884; res. So. Lyndeboro, N. H. 



(1374.) Lucy Felt and Jotham Perham. 

Settled in Woodstock, Me., where both died. 

CHILDREN. 

3033. Elvira, m. Alfred Chase. 

3034. Joshua, m. Polly Whitman ; res. Wakefield, Mass. 

3035. Columbus, m. Clementine Nutting; 2d, Catharine Kim- 

ball ; 3d, Mrs. Washburn ; he died in Wood- 
stock, Me. 

3036. Delphina, m. Harrison Whitman ; she, a widow, lives in 

Woodstock, Me. 

3037. Lucy A., m. Chauncey C. Whitman ; 2d, Mr. Lombard ; 

she, a widow, lives in South Paris, ]Me. 

3038. Sylvania, living at Bryant's Pond, Me. 

3039. LoviCY, died young. 

3040. Martha E., ra. Stephen C. Davis, Woodstock, Me. 

(1375.) Jeremiah Felt and Eliza Perkins. 

Settled in Woodstock, Me., where he died, honored for his many good quali- 
ties. He was of the Society of Friends. 

CHILDREN. 

3041. Alonzo, b. Dec. 18, 1819; died young. 

3042. Samuel P., b. Dec. 18, 182 1; died young. 

3043. Earl, b. Mar. 22, 1824; died young. 



2-^2 TAREXTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



3044. Eliza A. 



3045- 
3046. 

3047- 



3048. 
3049- 



b. Mar. 22, 1827; m. Chester Fickett ; died in 
Woodstock, Me. 
Lucy M., b. Apr. 29, 1829 ; m. Herrick C. Davis. 
Mehitable, m. John Hathaway; a widow in Woodstock, Me. 
Alonzo, b. Sept. 11, 1833; m. Emily Bryant ; a wealthy 
farmer in Woodstock, Me. 
b. July 16, 1836; m. George Cushman. 
b. Dec. 20, 1838 ; m. Consider Farrar, Wood- 
stock, Me. 
b. Oct. 14, 1841 ; m. Samuel Russ, Wood- 
stock, Me. 



Isabella, 
Mary P., 



3050. SlDYL J., 



(1376.) Ahtemas Felt and Desire Stephens. 

He living (1S85) in Woodstock, Me.; his wife deceased. 



CHILDREN. 



3051. Jesse S. 

3052. Samuel S. 

3053. Artemas. 

3054. Desire. 



3055. Lucy. 

3056. Betsey. 

3057. Eliza. 



(1380.) John G. Felt and Ayer Lawrence. 

Married March, 1833; resided at Bryant's Pond, Me. She was of Jaffrey 
N. H. He is described by a relative as strong and robust at the age of seventy- 
six, and noted as a humorist; a farmer by occupation, still tilling the same land 
he tookjup when in a wild state. 



3058. Albert L., 

3059. Amelia A., 

3060. Granville N., 

3061. Adeline E., 

3062. Chrlstina E., 

3063. Jeremiah S., 

3064. Eliza J., 

3065. Gracie ]\L, 

3066. Lucy, 

3067. John M., 



children. 

m. Martha Davis ; res. Sharon, Mass. 
m. H. Hemingway, of Milton, Me. ; deceased, 
m. Clarinda Whitman ; res. Woodstock, Me. 
m. William 11. Proctor; res. Lewiston, Me. 
m. Francis H. Proctor ; res. Greene, Me. 
died single. 

m. Frank Putnam, of Rumford, Me., de- 
ceased, 
m. Jeremiah Varrell ; res. Bethel, Me. 
m. Henry Casey ; deceased, 
m. Martha Whitman ; deceased. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 253 



(1383.) Alden Chase and Lucy Cole. 

Married June 11, 1840; residence, Bryant's Pond, Me. He was a teacher of 
)iublic schools twenty -five years; an ardent supporter of Masonry, having served 
in every office in the Lodge and as District Deputy Grand Master in his Masonic 
district. He was a member of the State Legislature in 185 1, 1852, and again in 
1869; one of the committee reporting the famous Maine Liquor Law; an active 
worker in the temperance cause, and a total abstainer for fifty years. 

CHILDREN. 

3068. Lucy M., b. May 10, 1841 ; d. Oct. 11, 1846. 

3069. Alden Fitzroy, b. Oct. 16, 1842 ; m. Louisa F. Allen, 

Dec. 6, 1869; he is principal of the 
Seminary at Bucksport, Me. 

3070. EsTELLA Ophelia, b. Sept. i, 1846; m. Rev. Albert A. 

Ford ; res. Byrant's Pond, Me. 

3071. Aquila Montrose, b. June 22, 1854; m. Anna T. Faulk- 

ner ; res. Bryant's Pond. 



(1384.) Hannah Richardson and Rev. Ezra M. Buenham. 

Married in Boston Aug. 30, 1829; lived at different times in Hinsdale, N. H., 
Brattleboro, Vt., Ashford, N. Y., and Adrian, Mich., where she died Sept. 19 
1874; noted for her useful devotion to her friends and her care of the sick and 
helpless around her. 

CHILDREN. 

3072. Parker H., b. Nov. 18, 1832 ; m. Jane Moore, of Peter-' 

boro, N. H.; res. Adrian, Mich. 

3073. Harriet M., b. Oct, 7, 1847 ; m. Henry Dewey, 1865; 2d, 

Joseph Waterman, Apr. 7, 188 1 ; Detroit, 
Mich, 



(1386.) Lydia Richardson and Ira Fenn. 

Married May 6, 1827; residence, Weston, Vt., where he died Feb. 19, 1885, 
aged 82. 

CHILDREN. 

3074. Artemas J., b, Jan. 8, 1828 ; a physician in Boston ; m, 

Fanny Lewis ; d. Mar. 19, 1879. 

3075. William, b. Mar. 6, 1831 ; m, Hannah M. Osgood; d. 

Mar. 31, 1862. 



254 TARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

3076. Mary N., b. Aug. 29, 1832 ; tn. Tappam P, Pillsbury ; 

2d, E. M. Swan. 

3077. Cynthia D., b. Sept. 2, 1834; m. Geo. Martin; d. Feb. 

19, 1858. 

3078. Hannah J., b. Jan. 11, 1836; m. Henry C. Buss ; a daugh- 

ter, Addie Louise, born in Boston, July 7, 
1861. 

3079. Charles H., b. July 16, 1840; d. May 22, 1852. 

3080. George H., b. Aug. 17, 1845 ; d. Jan. 8, 1857. 

(1388.) Lucy Richardson and Lewis Clayton. 

Residence, Weston, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

3081. Lucy R., b. Jan. 13, 1832 ; m. Rufus Streeter, Dorset, 

Vt. 

3082. Wealthy S., b. June 11, 1833; m. Marcellus Dickerman j 

d. Dec. 30, 1861. 

3083. Rosetta E., b. July, 1835 ; m. George Smith. 

3084. Alonzo L., b. May 31, 1837; '"'''• Eliza Smith; res. Ja 

maica, Vt. 

3085. Harriet, b. May 5, 1839 ; m. Wm. Woodard, 1857 ; 

res. Granville, N. Y. 

3086. Hannah, b. Sept. 23, 1841 ; d. Apr. 2, 1843. 

3087. Phebe, b. Feb. 10, 1845 ; d. Mar. 22, 1846. 

3088. Mariette, b. Apr. 4, 1847 ; m. Mack Center. 

3089. Emma, b. Feb. 21, 1849; m. Geo. Shattuck. 



(1391.) Sally Shattuck and Oren Peck. 

Married Dec. 14, 1823; resided at Weston, Vt. He died Feb. 18, 1840. Mrs. 
Peck married, May 23, 1850, Lemuel Abbott, who died Aug. 2, 1868. 



3090 
3091 
3092 

3093 

3094 

3095 
3096 



children. 

Oren H., b. June 24, 1825 ; d. Apr. 27, 1828. 

James F., b. Jan. 20, 1827. 

Sarah J., b. Feb. 10, 1829; d. July 6, 1844. 

Shattuck P., b. Mar. 5, 1831 ; d. Apr. 2, 1865. 

Lucy M., b. Nov. 22, 1833 ; d. Jan. 15, 1869. 

Artemas O.; b. Feb. 10, 1836. 

Mary E., b. May 28, 1840; d. July 2, 1868. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 255 

(1392.) Parker Shattuck and Nancy Jewett. 

Married Oct. i, 1827; resided at Weston, Vt. Mrs. Shattuck died June 13, 
1882. He married again, at the age of 86, Mrs. White, Sept. 5, 1886. 

CHILDREN. 

3097. A son, born and died Oct. 15, 1828. 

3098. Nancy A., b. Nov, 15, 1829; d. Dec. 20, 1855. 

3099. Mary J., b. May 3,1832; m. Lucius Burton, d. 

Aug. I, 1862. 

3100. ■ Fernando P., b. Jan. 7, 1S34; m., Dec. 31, 1863, Sarah 

J. Comstock ; res. Andover, Mass. 

3101. Rhoda M., b. Nov. 8, 1836; d. 1843. 

3102. Elizabeth H., b. Sept. 3, 1841 ; m. Byron S. Cobb ; 2d, 

Jay Wilkinson. 

3103. Sarah v., b. May 15, i846;m. E. W. Arnold; d. 

Dec. 12, 1871. 

3104. Flora R., b. Dec. 20, 1849; m. E. D. Bryant; Wes- 

ton, Vt. 

(1393.) Lucy Shattuck and Rev. Daniel I^acker. 

Married March 19, 1845; resided at Mount Holly, Vt.; he died June 30, 
1873; his wife, Aug. 24, 1880, after ten years of blindness. 

child. 

3105. JuDSON D. S., b. Sept. 2, 1846; m., Oct. n, 1873, Alice E. 

Holton. 

A former husband of Mrs. Packer, James Foster, of Weston, Vt., died childless. 

(1395.) Daniel Spofford Shattuck and Lucy* M. Abbott. 

Resided at Weston, Vt.; married April 5, 1838. He died March 19, 1859; 
his widow married Fenn Hart, July 2, i860. 

children. 

3106. William Harrison, b. June 13, 1840; d. May 15, 1844. 

3107. George Abbott, b. Feb. 18, 1842; d. Feb. 11, 1844. 

3108. Ann Jane, b. Aug. 11, 1844; m. Hans Hamilton 

Mark, Rockingham, Vt. 

3109. Anthony, b. Dec. 19, 1848; m. Clara I. Benson, 

Mount Holly, Vt. 

3 1 10. A son, born and died Mar. 15, 1853. 



256 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(131^M).) Ashley Shattuck and Elvira Sawyer. 

He died Aug. 2, 1872. 

CHILDREN. 

31 ij. Lucy E., b. June 30, 1835; m., September, 1852, 

Putney S. Hannum, of Putney, Vt. ; d. 
Apr. 5, i860. 

3112. Daniel Ashley, b. May 25, 1838; in. Emma F. Cobiian. 

3113. Frederic A., b. Feb. 3, 1840; m., 1865, Jennie Hathorn, 

of Rutland, Vt. ; res. Weston, Vt. 

3 114. Abbie J. b. 1848; m. E. Freeman Eastman, in Con- 

cord, N. H., 1869. 

31 15. Adelno, b. Jan. 7, 1855 ; m. Gusta Millard, Jan. 7, 

1877. 

(1397.) Clark Shattuck and Louisa Sawyer. 

Residence, Weston, Vt. 

children. 

3 1 16. Harrison C, b. Dec. 12, 1840; m. Mary Davis. 

3 11 7. Francelia L., b. Apr. 2, 1844; m. Warren S. Foster. 

3118. Franklin B., b. Nov. 28, 1845; '""• Fannie Manning; res. 

Somerville, Mass. 

3119. George W., b. Feb. 23, 1847; "i- Emma Clayton. 

3120. Jewett H., b. Nov. 10, 1848; d. Nov. 7, 1864. 

(1399.) Andrew^ J. Shattuck and Betsey G. Hamilton. 

Married Nov. 6, 1839; residence, Weston, Vt. 

children. 

3 12 1. A daughter, b. Feb. 9, 1841 ; d. Mar. 15, 1841. 

3122. Andrew, b. Apr. 30, 1842; m. Abbie M. Taylor, Sept. 

I, 1864. 

3123. Parker T., b. Jan. 13, 1845 ; rn. Mary C. Felton, Nov. 4, 

1868. 

3124. Ora, b. Aug. 3, 1846; d. Apr. 25, 1862. 

3125. Winfield S., b. Feb. 6, 1852. 

3126. Ella B., b. May 2, 1853; m., Jan. i, 1877, Edwin G. 

Butterfield, Westminster, Vt. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 257 



(1402.) Anxa Spofford and Edmund Chase. 

Married Feb. 5, 1832; removed from Woodstock, Me., to Omro, Wis., in 

1853- 

CHILDREN. 

3127. E.A.RL Seelye, b. Nov. 10, 1832; m. Sarah J. Cotton; res. 

Algoma, Wis. 
b. July 14, 1834; m. Ellen Richards: one 

son, Leon O. 
b. Aug. 24, 1836; m. Wm. Robbins ; Omro, 

Wis. ; two daughters, Georgiana and Ellen, 
b. Sept. 19, 1838; m. Ira Beals, Oshkosh, 

Wis. ; two sons, Elmer E. and Edmund C. 
b. May 16, 1840; m. Eliza J. Nartle ; res. 

Granite Falls, Minn. ; two children, Maud 

E. and Lee E. 
b. July 24, 1842; m. W. B. Barrett; res. 

Seward, Neb. ; two children, Arthur C. 

and Grace E. 
b. Jan. 8, 1846; d. July ig, 1850. 

3134. LuciNDA C. b. Apr. 9, 1848; m. A. J. Hotchkiss ; res. 

Utica, Neb. ; one son, Harry. 

3135. Arthur E., b. May 31,1853; res. Oshkosh, Wis.; one 

daughter. Pearl A. 

(1403.) Isaac G. Spofford and Lovicy Whitman. 

Resided at Milton Plantation, Me.; married Jan. 12, 1S36. He died Nov. 6, 
1879, at Rumford, Me.; his wife, Aug. 17, 1867. 



3128. Otis F., 

3129. Florinda, 

3130. Nicy M., 

3131. Leroy S., 

3132. Anna S., 

3133. LOANZA, 



3136 
3137 
3138 
3139 
3140 



* Joseph H. W., b. 
*Adoniram J., b. 



*Addie H., 

Isaac E., 

*Ed\vin I., 



b. 
b. 
b. 



*Edson G., 
*Anna L., 

Marcia M., 

A son. 



b. 
b. 
b. 



children. 
Jan. 23, 1837 ; m. Lucy F. Perhani. 
Oct. 5, 1838; m. Sarah Jane Whipple. 
Nov. 22, 1840; m. Chas. D. D.mn. 
June 19, 1843; d. Nov. 30, 1844. 
Nov. 19, 1844; m. Lavinia B. Whitman; 
2d, Henrietta York ; 3d, Martha H. Cole. 
Oct. J, 1846; m. Francesca C. Child. 
May 8, 1849; ™- Hiram G. Merrill. 
Aug. I, 1851. 



3141 
3142 
3143 
3144 

Second marriage with Mary Woods, of Rumford, Me., March 4, 1S68. 



258 TAREXTS .SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(1404.) LuciNDA Spofford and Laurexson Cole. 



3145 
3146 

3H7 

3148 

3149 



CHILDREN. 

Virgil D., m. Eliza Tufts ; res. Milton Plantation, Me. 
Samuel F., m. Arvilla Swett; res. No. Woodstock, Me. 
Edmund C, m. Emma Quimby ; res. Warner, N. H. 
Augusta M., m. Ephraim Estes ; res. Gorham, N. H. 
LoANZA C, m. Elon D. Lary 



(141G.) Emily S. Patten and Addison Gilmore. 

Married May 23, 1831; he died in Watertown, Mass., Jan. 10, 1851. 

CHILDREN. 

3150. Emily E., b. in Boston, Nov., 1833; m., July 12, 1853, 

Dr. Horatio R. Storer, of Boston ; d. Feb. 
27, 1872, at Worcester, Mass. 

3 15 1. Charles A, b. May 23, 1838; m., June 7, 1869, Elizabeth 

Wells ; died at Tom's River, N. Y., Mar. 2, 
1882. 

3152. Caroline A., b. Sept. 2, 1840 • died in infancy. 

3153. Augusta C, b. Nov. 7, 1841 ; m., 1873, i" Frankfort, Ger- 

many, Dr. Horatio R. Storer, of Boston. 
She died at Sorrento, Italy, Apr. 26, 1874. 

3154. Florence, b. Oct. 11, 1843; died in infancy. 

3155. Frederic A., died at Milton, Mass., Aug. 2, 1863. 

(1418.) Artemas Spofford Patten and Susan W. 
Turner. 

Married Nov. i, 1842. She was born in Charlestown, Mass., Oct. 9, 181 8, and 
died at their residence in Chelsea, Mass., Dec. 7, 1885. 

CHILDREN. 

3156. Susan Amelia, b. Feb. 2, 1844. 

3157. Emily Gertrude, b. Jan. 25, 1846; m., June 11, 1872, 

William Gerrish ; res. Chelsea, Mass. 

3158. Helen Maria, b. Feb. 22, 1848; m., Oct. i, 1873, Jas. 

W. B. Fraser ; res. Chicago, 111. 

3159. Isabel Frances, b. Sept. 14, 1849; died in Charlestown, 

Mass., Apr. 21, 1S61. 



HE ISEW YORK 



l,IBPA?l\ 



. _ j_^i-Mr;X AN'D \ 




m 





ARTEMAS AUSTIN SFOFFORD, 
LAWRENCE, MASS. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 259 



(1421.) Artemas SroFFORD and Rachel J. Spofford. 

Married in 1838; settled in Boston, where he died June 7, 1843. ^^'s widow 
married, 1855, S. C. Heald; residence, Lynn, Mass. 

CHILDREN, 

3160. Artemas A., b. June 4, 1839 '> ™- Emma E. Dodge. Mr. 

Spofford is a native of Temple, N. H. He 
has become widely known by his active 
interest in the family gatherings at George- 
town, being in fact the originator of the 
Spofford Family Association, and its first 
secretary. His residence is at Lawrence, 
Mass., where he is largely engaged in the 
fancy-goods trade. 

3161. *Daniel H., b. Aug. I, 1842 ; m. Ellen A. Carter. 

(1425.) Daniel Spofford and Betsey Bailey. 

Residence, Bakersfield, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

3162. *Mary Jane, b. Feb. 24, 1856; m. William D. Stuart. 

3163. Annie, b. Feb. 25, 1857 ; res. Bakersfield, Vt. 



(1428.) Rachel S. Spofford and W. H. Spinney. 

Married in 1846; residence, St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick. 

CHILDREN. 

3164. Sarah, b. Oct. 13, 1849. 

3165. Earl W., b. May 25, 1851 ; d. June 26, 1851. 

3166. Emma, b. Aug. 7, 1853. 

3167. Fred, b. Apr. 20, 1857. 

3168. Alice, b. Sept. 10, 1859. 

3169. Ann, b. Aug. 7, 1863. 
3:70. Leonard, b. Oct. 23, 1866. 

(1429.) Seelye Spofford and Abigail Matthews. 

Married 1853; residence, St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick. 



2 6o PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

3171. Mary, b. July 3, 1855; m. A. Carson, May 5, 

1873- 

3172. Hannah G., b. Sept. 4, 1857 ; m. Jas. Stuart, Apr. 21 

1882. 

3173. Mary ZiERDEN, b. May 13, 1858. 

3174. John F., b. Aug. 20, 1859. 

3175. Lottie, b. Apr. 3, 1861; m. 1881. 

3176. William, b. Mar. i, 1863. 

3177. Sarah A., b. Nov. 2, 1864. 

3178. Phebe p., b. Aug. 10, 1866. 

3179. Kate, b. Sept. 28, 1871. 

3180. Aleshee, b. Nov. 9, 1874. 

(1430.) Charlotte Spofford and S. Hilyard. 

Married Oct. 25, 1858; residence, Emporium, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 

3181. Mary R., b. Mar. 6, i860. 

3182. Jessie B., b. Feb. 22, J864. 

3183. Sarah P., b. Nov. 17, 1866. 

3184. Alice A., b. Apr. 15, 1868. 

(1431.) Priscilla Spofford and Wellington Bubar. 

Married May 5, 1864; residence, Caledonia, Elk County, Pa. 

children. 

3185. Henry S., b. Apr. 11, 1865 ; d, June 9, 1866. 

3186. Edgar H., b. May 27, 1868. 

3187. James A., b. May 16, 1870. 

(1432.) Alice M. Spofford and Nathaniel Lee. 

Married June 9, 1S64; residence, Elimsport, Pa. He died Dec. 16, 1S66. 

children. 

3188. Henry Earl, b. Feb, 16, 1865; d. Feb. 27, 1885. 

3189. Seelye N., b. July 29, 1867. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 261 

Second marriage, Sept. 17, 1868, with Charles H. Tuh-er. 

CHILDREN. 

3190. Charles William, b. June 9,1869. 

3191. Lottie R., b. July 3, 1871. 

3192. George Ernest, b. Aug. 18, 1873; d. Dec. 27, 1874. 

(1433.) Rebecca SroFFORD and Nicholas Zierden. 

Married May 13, 1S58; removed from St. George, New Brunswick, to Penn- 
sylvania in 1865; present residence, Caledonia, Elk County, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 

3193. Mary E., born at St. George, N. B., May 14, 1S59 ; m. 

Frank Patchell, Du Bois, Pa. 

3194. Lottie M., born at St. George, N. B., Apr. 2, 1862 ; m. 

William H. Cannon, Du Bois, Pa. 

3195. William E., born at Pennfield, N. B., Mar. i, 1864. 

3196. Sarah A., b. Apr. 26, 1866; d. Aug. i, 1866. 

3197. PhebeP., born at Williamsport, Pa., Oct. 2, 1868. 

3198. Katie, born at Williamsport, Pa., Feb. 18, 1872. 

3199. Alecia M., born at Williamsport, Pa., Aug. 4, 1874. 



(1504.) John Spafford and Rachel Willis. 

children. 

3200. *Solomon. 

3201. *Luther, b. Aug. 14, 1829; m. Mary F. Case; 2d, Sara 

A. Green. 

3202. *Frank, b. Feb. 14, 1832 ; m. Louisa Husk. 

3203. *JoHN, m. Susan Ward. 

3204. Elmer, died. 

3205. *MiNERVA, m. William Clark. 

3206. *Jane, m. Scott Brown. 

3207. Esther, died. 

3208. Emma, died. 

(1505.) Esther Spafford and Nathaniel Searles. 

CHILDREN. 

3209. Julia, b. Aug. 30, 182- ; d. Oct. 26, 1841, 

3210. *CoRDELiA, b. Mar, 8, 1S2-; m, Ethan Doan. 

18 



2 62 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



3211 
3212 

3213 
3214 
3215 



*Clartssa, b. Feb. 6, 1828 
*Nancy, b. Mar, 29, 1830 

*Calfurnia, b. June 6, 1834 
*Harriet, b. Apr. 29, 1842 
*James N., b. Apr. 18, 1844 



m. James Duryea. 

m. Archibald Mcintosh. 

m. David Brown. 

m. Harvey Cook. 

m. Emily Roberts. 



(1506.) Amanda Spaffokd and Benjamin Atwood. 

Married March, 1828. 

CHILDREN^ 

3216. *Orcelia, b. Feb. 11, 1829; m. Marcenia Lick. 

3217. Frank, m. . 

3218. *Calvin, m. Emeline Lick. 

(1507.) Eansom Spafford and Cathaeine Smith. 

Married Jan. 12, 1834; residence, Moravia, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

3219. *Sophronia, b. Oct. 9, 1835 ; m. William Robinson. 

3220. Caroline A., b. June 15, 1839; address, Moravia, N. Y. 

3221. *Calvin D., b. July 10, 1845 i ^- Alice Phillips. 

3222. *LoviNA E., b. May 27, 1850; m. James M. Rightmyre. 

(1508.) Calvin Spafford and Julia A. Phillips. 

Married June 12, 1836; residence, Moravia, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

3223. Hapilonia, b. June 26, 1837; m. John Vosburg. 

3224. *Amanda, b. Aug. 20, 1847; iTi- B- Perley Freelove. 

3225. Richard H., b. Oct. 29, 1857. 

(1509.) Uriah Spafford and Electa J. Selleck. 

Married Marchi 27, 1858. He died Oct. 17, 1883. 

CHILD. 

3226. Alice May, m. Charles Stout, Locke, N. Y. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 263 

(1510.) Samuel Spafford and Eliza Goodrich. 

Married April 27, 1846; residence, Moravia, N. Y. 

CHILD. 

3227. *George W., b. Oct. rg, 1855 ; m. Nellie Lee. 
(1511.) Asaph Spafford and Lucy Slocum. 

Married Dec. 25, 1846. 

CHILDREN. 

3228. Uri, b. Dec, 13, 1847 ; m. Susan Foster. 

3229. *Alanson, b. Aug. 4, 1850 ; m. Adelaide Vandyne. 

3230. Edgar, b. Feb. 19, 1852 ; m. Mary Nettleton. 

3231. Harriet, b. 1853; m. .Arthur Phelps. 

3232. *Charles, m, Florence Sawyer. 

3233. Eben. 



(1512.) Julia Maria Spafford and Chester Fox. 

Married Jan. 19, 1831; resided at West Dryden, N. Y. 

CHILD. 

3234. *S. Mabel, b. Oct. 12, 183 1 ; m. Rev. Andrew J. Grover. 
(1513.) Samuel A. Spafford and Caltsta A. Adee. 

Married Sept. lo, 1834, at Ithaca, N. Y.; residence, Canisteo, N. Y. She was 
born in Ulster County, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1812; died June 5, 1863. 

CHILDREN. 

3235. Adelbert a,, b. June 17, 1835, Owego, N. Y. ; m., 

1858, A. M. Cunningham ; res. 
Manistee, Mich, 

3236. Frances A., b. May 12, 1838; m. Bradley Tuttle, 

1861 ; res. Clyde, Ohio. 

3237. George Frederick, b. July 13, 1841 ; loist Regt. Ohio 

Vols.; d. Oct. 28, 1862, Hospital 
No. 6, New Albany, Ind. 

3238. *WiLLiAM H., b. July 13, 1844; m, Maria L.Hardy. 



264 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

J 

3239. Charles A., b. Nov. 11, 1848; d. Dec. 23, 1885. | 

3240. *Elizabeth a., b. Jan. 28, 1852; m. Wm. A. Barka- ! 

low. :'■ 

3241. Dewitt Clinton, b. May 11, 1855; m. Eleanor Ran- \ 

dolph Schenck, Sept. 25, 1884; res. | 

47 Seventh Street, New York City. '. 

3242. Herbert Eugene, b, Oct. 2, 1859 ; res. Luddington, | 

Mich. I 

Mr. Spaftbrd married a second wife, Mary A. Kimberlin, of West Dryden : 

N. Y., who died 1877. \ 



(1517.) Luther H. Jackson and SaRx\h Chaplix. 

Married December, 1S46. She died in Georgetown, Mass., March, 1853. 

CHILD. 

3243. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Apr. 2, 1848. 

Second marriage with Charlotte Dawkins, 1853. She died Sept. 18, 1871. 

CHILD. 

3244. Charles L., b. Apr. 17, 1854; d. Dec. 7, 1857. 
(1518.) Caleb S. Jackson and Hannah Foster. 

Married May i, 1850; residence, Georgetown, ^lass., where he died Dec. 27, 
1876. 

CHILD. 

3245. John F., b. Jan. 9, 1853; m. Lucy R. Goodwin, June 28, 

1888; res. Georgetown, Mass. 

(1519.) Joshua E. Jackson and Emeline Pingree. 

Married Nov. 2, 1854; resided at Georgetown, where he died Sept. 4, 1886. 

CHILDREN. 

3246. Nellie F., b. Mar. 19, 1857. 

3247. Frank E., b. Aug. 20, 1859. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 265 

(1522.) Hannah M. Moulton and Ichabod Titcomb. 

Married March 3, 1836; resided at West Newbury, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

3248. Silas M., b. Nov. 10, 1837 ; m., Sept. 27, i860, Hannah 

Poor; res. West Newbury, Mass. 

3249. Hannah M., b. Mar. 4, 1840; m., 1862, George C. Dow, 

both died in West Newbury, Mass. 

3250. Charles C, b. Feb. 14, 1844; died an infant. 

3251. Charles C, b. Dec. i, 1845; died an infant. 

3252. Harriet A., b. Mar. 19, 1848; d. June 10, 1865. 

3253. Mary E., b. July 13, 1854; m., Jan. 15, 1885, George 

A. Ordway; res. West Newbury, Mass. 

3254. Frank P., b. Aug, 25, 1856; m. Emma Brooks, Febru- 

ary, 1878 ; res. West Newbury, Mass. 

3255. George W., b. Apr. 25, 1862 ; m. Lizzie A. Wilson, De- 

cember, 1886 ; res. West Newbury. 

(1523.) Daniel E. Moulton and Rebecca J. Sawyer. 

Married May i, 1849; both natives of West Newbury, Mass.; resided at 
Georgetown, Mass., where he was prominent in the shoe trade, in the tirm of 
Little & Moulton, He died May 14, 1888, from injuries received while using a 
spirited horse. 

CHILD, 

3256. Ellen A., b, Feb. 14, 1850; m. Hamilton L. Perkins, Dec. 

I, 1869; res. Haverhill, Mass., where he is in 
the clothing business. 

(1525.) Harriet D. Moulton and Henry W. Sawyer. 

Married June 10, 1852; resided at West Newbury, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

3257. Eleanor, b. Apr. 22, 1856; died an infant, 

3258. Carrie E., b. Feb, 11, 1858; m,, Jan, 12, 1887, David 

H, Evans; res. Haverhill, Mass. 

3259. Stephen, b. May 12, i860; d, July 13, 1862. 

3260. Henrietta M,, b, June 3, 1864; res, W, Newbury, Mass. 



266 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(1«)27.) Rev. Samuel W. Eaton and Cathaeine E. 
Demaeest. 

Married May 20, 1847. ^^- Eaton graduated at Yale College, pursued theologi- 
cal studies at Andover, and Union College; after forty years pastorate at Lan- 
caster, Wis., Jie now .resides (1888) at Roscoe, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

3261. James D., graduated at Beloit College and Andover 

Seminary ; missionary of A. B. C. F. M., in 
Northern Mexico. 

3262. Edward D., graduated at Beloit College and New Haven 

Seminary ; president of Beloit College, Wis- 
consin. 

3263. Samuel L., graduated at Yale College ; physician in Or- 

ange, N. J. 

3264. Charles W., physician in Des Moines, Iowa. 

(1528.) Sereno D. Eaton and Gektkude Williams. 

Married Feb. 2, 1858. He is a civil engineer in Burlington, Iowa. 

CHILDREN. 

3265. William D., lawyer in Burlington, Iowa. 

3266. Walter, civil engineer, in Burlington, Iowa. 

3267. Anne B. 

A fonner wife, Caroline Brown, died childless. 

(1530.) Elizabeth Eaton and Rev. Jesse Guernsey. 

Married Aug. 18, 1856. Mr. Guernsey died in 1871; his widow resides in 
Framingham, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

3268. Nathaniel T., grad, at Yale College and Law School ; 

attorney in Des Moines, Iowa. 

3269. George T,, a banker in Independence, Kan. 

3270. Eben Eaton, res. Palatka, Fla. 

3271. Jessie Elizabeth. 

(1531.) Sarah Georgiana Eaton and John M. Otis. 

Married July 18, 1849; residence, Des Moines, Iowa. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 267 

CHILDREN. 

3272. William E., banker, Kansas City, Mo. 

3,273. Catharine G., m. D. O. Eshbaugh, Mont Clair, N. J. 

3274. Charles D. 3276. Lizzie. 

3275. Genevieve. 3277. Nellie. 

(1533.) Harriet Braman Eaton and Eev. James B. 

GiLBRET. 

Married Nov. 13, 1862; home missionaries in Iowa and Nebraska; present 
residence, Exeter, Neb. 

CHILDREN. 



3278. Hattie, died an infant. 

3279. James S. 



3280. George I. 

3281. Grace. 



(1543.) Anna P. Spofford and Thomas W. Pearsall. 

Residence, New York City. 

CHILDREN. 

3282. Charlotte T., b. 1866. 

3283. Paul Spofford, b. Jan. 29, 1870. 

3284. Thomas Willett, b. May, 187 1. 

3285. Mary Leggett, b. Oct. i, 1876 ; d. Apr. 15, 1883. 

(1544.) Gardner Spring Spofford and Harriet A. 

TOWNSEND. 

Married Jan. 12, 1875; resided at New York City. She died May 17, 1878; 
was a daughter of Efifingham Townsend. Mr. Spofford died Jan. 22, 1887. 

CHILD. 

3286. Adelaide Townsend, b. Mar. 26, 1878. 



(1547.) Col. Lewis Melvin Hatch and Emily E. Bell. 

Married Nov. 28, 1837; present residence, Asheville, N. C. 

Col. Hatch, a native of New York City, settled in Charleston, S. C, in early 
life, and, being a man of military tastes and great executive ability, was called 
into the Confederate service in the very beginning of the late war, and holds the 
lirst commission issued with rank of colonel. He did much work as topographi- 
cal engineer in the interior of the State and on the coast, more especially in the 
defences of Charleston Harbor and other approaches to the city; also serving 
for a term on the staff of Gen. Beauregard. 



2 6S TAREXTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

In civil life a merchant, he has, with his son, Melvin Spoftbrd Hatch, been 
instrumental in discovering the value of the South Carolina phosphates; and he 
reports himself as having, since the war, occupied himself " with dams, mills, 
wood-working, and farming in the mountains, as a necessity of Spofford blood." 

Mrs. Hatch is a daughter of William and Susannah (Taylor) Bell, of Charles- 
ton, S. C, and descended from an old North of Ireland family from near Belfast. 

CHILDREN. 

3287. Melvin S., m. Margaret Archer. He made the 

ascent of Mount Blanc when a lad 
of seventeen. 
Lewis P., died young. 

Charles W., died young. 



32SS 
32S9 
3290 
3291 
3292 

3293 
3294 
3295 



Susan Elizabeth. 

Emily Julia. 

Sarah Allen, m. G. Hardy Lee. ' 

Walter Neilson, ni. Margaret Morrison McRee. 

Martha Bell, 

Edith C. 



(1560.) Saeah Barnes and William H. Dorman. 

Married April 19, 1832; residence, Boxford, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

3296. Charles H., b. Apr, 24, 1833; d. May 15, 1837. 

3297. Willia:m B., b. Apr. 20, 1835 ; m. Mary E. Spiller, 

(1562.) Benj. Spofford Barnes and Dorcas F. Kimball, 

Married Nov. 5, 1S40; residence, Boxford, Mass. The reader is indebted to 
Mr. Barnes for the interesting bit of history related on page 73. 

children. 

3298. Charles A., b. Dec. 14, 1841 ; m. Adelia McCormick ; res. 

Manning, Iowa. 

3299. Sarah R., b. July 14, 1843 '> m- Louis A. Barnes, Gaines- 

ville, Fla. 

3300. D. Ellen, b. Apr. 9, 1846; m. Samuel L. Sawyer; res. 

Danvers, Mass. 

3301. Mary E., b. Mar. 27, 1848; m. William F. Sawyer; res. 

Georgetown, Mass. 

3302. B. Frank, b. May 13, 1852; m. Mary A. Boardman ; res. 

Haverhill, Mass. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 269 



(1563.) Lydia Baexes and Jesse Kbiball. 

Married Dec. 5, 1839; resided at Andover, Mass., where he died April i, 1855; 
his wife died May 28, 1863. 

CHILDREN. 

3303. Sarah E., b. Apr. 12, 1841 ; m. John Berkeley; 2d, Wil- 

liam H. Kimball ; res. Danvers, Mass. 

3304. Adaline R., b. Jan. 12, 1843; ™- William E. Oilman; res. 

Somerville, Mass. 

3305. Thomas, b. Jan. 20, 1846; m. Caroline Shearer; res. 

Lamoille, Iowa. 

3306. Mary P., b. Dec. 28, 1848; d. Jan. 22, 1863. 

3307. Osgood J., b. May 6, 1852; m. Emily Messer ; res. New- 

ton, Mass. 

3308. Anna, b. June, 1853; d. September, 1855. 

(1564.) Eebecca Barnes and William Pickett. 

Married Sept. 9, 1841 ; resided at Georgetown, Mass., where she died. 

CHILDREN. 

3309. Emma F., b. May 7, 1844; m. John W. Pingree; 

d. Sept. I r, 1879. 

3310. Charles H., b. June 21, 1848 ; m. Sarah J. Dole, Jan. 

26, 1871. 

331 1. Sarah Spofford, b. Sept. i, 1854. 

(1565.) Phineas ay. Barnes and Harriet M. Russell. 

Married April 6, 1845; residence, Denver, Col. 

CHILDREN. 

3312. William R., b. June 12, 1847 ; d. Aug. 12, 1852. 

3313. Eva L., b. June 26, 1850; m. . 

3314. Arthur W., b. July 5, 1858. 



(1566.) Elizabeth Nelson and elERE. P. Jones, Esq. 

Married June 26, 1851; residence, Georgetown, Mass. He is a native of 
Wilmot, N. H., an attorney-at-law with his son, the firm name being J. P. & 
B. B. Jones, their office in Haverhill, Mass. 



270 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

3315. Mary S., b. Mar. 25, 1852. 

3316. Elizabeth N., b. May 16, 1853; a teacher for many years 

in Salem Normal School. 

3317. BovD B., b. Oct. 13, 1856 ; m. Charlotte Spofiford Nel- 

son, Jan. 8, 1880; res. Georgetown, Mass. 

3318. Sarah P., b. July 19, 1858; m. Samuel R. B. Pingree, 

of Lewiston, Me., Sept. 6, 188 1. 

3319. Nathaniel N., b. Mar. 31, 1861 ; m. Jennie U. Davis, June 

II, 1885; res. Georgetown. 

3320. Henrietta H., b. Jan. 3, 1870; graduated at Bradford 

(Mass.) Female Seminary, June, 1888. 



(1574.) John Spafford Slack and Eliza Lake. 

- Married Sept. 15, 1847. She was of Saxton's River; died at Plymouth, Vt., 
Aug. 24, 1852. 

children, 

3321. Henry, educated at Dartmouth and Yale Colleges ; Congre- 

gational minister in Bethel, Conn. 

3322. Elvira, died in infancy. 

Second marriage with Julia E. Eaton. 

children. 

3323. Mary, b. 1867. 

3324. Carrie, b. 1870. 

(1576.) Augustus D. Slack and Frances E. Raymond. 

Married 1848; resided at Rutland, Vt. 

Second marriage with Mrs. Mary F. (Derby) Slack, who died Nov. 6, 1871, 
aged 27 years, leaving one son. 

child. 

3325. Francis L., b. Apr. 25, 1864; res. Rutland, Vt. 

Third marriage with Anna C. Gilson, Oct. 8, 1873. 

child. 

3326. Waldo Henry, b. July 14, 1878. 



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PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 271 

(1579.) Charles H. Spafford and Abbie AVarrex. 

Residence, Rockford, 111. She was of Boston, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

3327. Carrie, b. Dec. 2, 1842 ; m. F. E. Brett, of Boston, 

Mass. ; res. Chicago, 111. 

3328. Mary, b. May 2, 1847 ! c'- i^S^- 

3329. Charles H., b. May 22, 1852. 

3330. Eugenie, b. Apr. g, i860; m. Charles H. Godfrey ; res. 

Rockford, 111. 

(1580.) John Spafford and Harriet AVhite. 

Residence, Rockford, 111. She was a native of Peterboro, N. H.; died 1882. 

CHILDREN. 

3331. Anna C, b. May i, 1845. 

3332. Alice E., b. Jan. ig, 1848 ; d. 1880. 
3333- Jennie, b. Oct., 1850; d. 1882. 

Second marriage with Mrs. Cornelia Hull, 1884. 

(1581.) Amos Catlin Spafford and Elizabeth B. White. 

Married March 25, 1850; residence, Rockford, 111. Mrs. SpaiTord is a native 
of Peterboro, N. H. 

Amos Catlin Spafford was born in Adams, Jefferson County, N. Y., Sept. 14, 
1824. His father was Dr. John Spafford, a physician of ability and a man very 
much loved by the people through the wide section of country in which he prac- 
tised. He died in 1827, leaving the care of the children to the mother. She was 
a woman of strong character, and in spite of delicate health she managed her 
boys with wisdom tempered with love, and although she survived her husband 
but six years, she had made such an impression on the character of her son that 
it influenced all his after life. 

After the death of his mother, he spent two years at the village school and 
two years at the Black River Institute of Watertown, N. Y., and one year at an 
academy at Castleton, Vt. In September, 1839, with his sister, Mrs. Jason 
Marsh, he made the journey from New York to Illinois, travelling by stage-coach, 
canal, and steamboat. At Chicago they met John Spafford, who, with his 
brother Charles and Jason Marsh, had gone West m advance to select a suitable 
home. The remainder of the journey, from Chicago to Rockford, a distance of 
' about one hundred miles, was made in a lumber wagon. 

The time from 1839 to 1846 was spent on a farm. In those days their only 
market was Chicago, to which they hauled their grain, and considered themselves 



272 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

fortunate if tliey received fifty cents a bushel for wheat and one dollar and fifty 
cents per hundred for pork. From that time (1846) until 1850, Catlin Spafford 
engaged in mercantile business. In 1S48, he, with others, built a saw-mill, the 
first attempt to utilize the water power of Rock River, which has since become 
the source of the prosperity of Rockford. 

Aliout this time he, with many others, became a victim of the " gold fever," 
and on the afternoon of March 25, 1850, he started for California, leaving, 
behind him his Ijride of the morning. He arrived in Sacramento about the ist 
of August, having spent four months in the trials and hardships incident to a 
journey across the plains at that early day. After two years spent in gold min- 
ing he returned to Rockford, which has been his home ever since. In 1854 he 
entered the banking business, and since 1864 has been president of the Third 
National Bank of Rockford. He has been closely identified with the business 
interests of the city, and with many of the enterprises contributing to its pros-* 
parity and welfare. 

CHILDREN. 

3334. ISABELL, b. Nov. 29, 1852 ; m. J. W. Archibald ; res. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
3335- Nettie, b. Dec. 4, 1856. 

3336. Jessie, b. Jan. 3, 1862. 

3337. George C, b. May 7, 1864; assistant cashier Third National 

Bank of Rockford. 



(1582.) Adaline E. Hale and George F. Tarbell. 

Married Aug. 28, 1856; reside at Main Street, Cambridgeport, Mass, 

CHILDREN. 

3338. Albert Henry, b. July, 1857. 

3339. George F., b. Dec. 30, 1865. 



(1584.) Oliver D. Spafford and Margaret Dickson. 

Married Sept. 15, 1841; resided at Erie, Pa. He died June 21, 1876; his 
wife, Jan. 27, 1864. 

CHILDREN. 

3340. *JoHN D., b. Sept. 5, 1842 ; m. Emma Le Jeal. 

3341. *James G., b. May 3, 1847 ; m. Anna E. StoU. 

3342. *WiLLiAM C, b. Oct. 28, 1850 ; m. Lizzie Garner. 

3343. Henry K., b. May 22, 1853 ; res. Erie, Pa. 

3344. Mary J., b. May to, 1856 ; died in infancy. 
3345- Susan A., b. Feb. lo, 1861. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 273 

( 1586.) Elizabeth K. Spaffoud and Geouge W. Kiblett, 

Married March 9, 1842; residence, Erie, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 

3346. Charles, b. May 20, 1844; killed before Fredericks- 

burg, Dec. 3, 1862. 

3347. LuciNDA E., b. Feb. i, 1845; d. Mar. 5, 1S51. 

3348. *Catharine p., b. Jan. 15, 1847 j ^'"- James Liley. 

3349. *Ada M., b. Sept. 3, 1850; m. W. S. Royse. 

3350. Jessie G., b. July 21, 1863. 

3351. Effie, b. Aug. 16, 1867. 

(1589.) Charlotte A. Spofford and Joxas Gunnison. 

Married May 9, 1847; residence, Erie, Pa. 



3352 
3353 
3354 
3355 
3356 



children. 

*Frank, b. Feb. 2, 1848; m. Lila Lowry. 

Nerr, b. Dec. 29, 1850; died young. 
*Clara, b. Nov. 20, 1852 ; m. Joseph M. Force. 

Mary, b. Jan. 16, 1861 ; died young, 

Marion, b. Aug. 21, 1869. 



(1590.) Mary Jane Spafford and Sidney Kelsey, 

Married Oct. 9, 1848; residence, Erie, Pa. 

children. 

3357. *Ella, b. July 15, 1849; m. Chas. L. Loop, 

3358. Caroline E,, b. Dec. 27, 1851 ; m. E.J, Streuber, 

3359. *Clarence W., b. Sept, 13, 1853 j m. Mattie Shattuck. 

3360. *Oliver Spafford, b. Aug. 7, 1855 ; m. Emma Young. 

3361. Lucinda S., b. June 6, 1857, 

3362. *Ida v., b. June 25, 186 1 ; m. \Vm. J. Schaaf, 

(1591.) Eleanor L. Spafford and John B. Gunnison. 

Married December, 1850; residence, Erie, Pa, 



2 74 TARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

3363. *Charles, b. Oct. 29, 185 1 ; m. May Gunnison, 

3364. *Alfred, b. Mar. 17, 1854; m. Josephine Springer. 

3365. *Anxa, b. May 8, 1857 ; m. Charles L. Thayer. 

3366. RoLLA, b. Sept. 30, 1863. 

(1592.) Sarah M. Spafford and James Hammon. 

Married Aug. 9, 1852; residence, La Crosse, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

3367. Ida E., b. Sept. 16, 1853; m., Aug. 24, 1880, Henry 

Babb ; res. Reedsburg, Wis. 

3368. Charles, b. June 4, 1855; m , Feb. -9, 1876, Caroline 

Moe ; res. La Crosse, Wis. 

3369. Edith C, b. Sept. 29, 1857 ; m., Nov. 23, 1880, Denny 

Babb ; res. Reedsburg, Wis. 

3370. Effie L , b. Jan. 18, i860; died young. 

(1593.) Charles R. Spafford and Caroline V. Culver. 

Married Nov. 20, 1858; resided at Waterloo, Iowa. 

CHILDREN, 

3371. *Harry, b. Oct. 14,1859; m. Alice Van Slack. 

3372. *Vara L., b. Sept. 12, 1861 ; m. Milson Rogers. 

3373. Ray R., b. Aug. 4, 1866. , 

3374. Curtis W. J., b. Aug. 7, 1869. 

■^•^^^" •' ' >• b. Nov. 17,1871; both died young, 

3376. Oliver, j /' / ' ^ b 

3377. Viva, b. Feb. 22, 1875 ; died young. 



(15^*5.) Axgeline Fling and Dan M. Turner. 

Married in Potsdam, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1841. She died in Watertown, N. Y., 
Aug. 20, 1842, leaving a daughter. 

CHILD, 

3378. Frances A., b. July 29, 1842 ; d. Jan. 28, 1843. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 275 

(159<).) Harriet Augusta Flixg and Henry Watkixs. 

Married July 7, 1845; residence, Potsdam, N. Y. 

CHILD. 

3379. Henry A., b. Nov. 26, i860. 



(1599.) Lucy E. Sp afford and Lewis B. Gregory. 

Married July 15, 1851. Mrs. Gregory is a daughter of the late Mr. Dan 
Spafford, of Rockford, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

3380. Edward S., b. Apr. 11, 1853; m. Evalyn V. Chaney, who 

died May 10, 1886, leaving an infant daugh- 
ter, Alice Evalyn. 

3381. Charles, b. May 15, 1855 ; d. Juns 3, 1855. 

3382. Carroll S., b. Sept. 15, 1857 ; m. Jennie S. Waterman, 

Dec. 12, 1883 ; a daughter, Marjorie, b. 
Mar. II, 1888. 
ZZ^Z- Louis L., b. Oct. 18, 1859. 

3384. Kitty, b. Jan. 23, 1862 ; m. George N. Safford. 

3385. George B., b. Apr. 13, 1867. 



(1(341.) William Hull Spafford and Eliza M. Rumrill. 

Married Jan. i, 1837; residence, Gassetts, Vt. Mrs. Spafford died Feb. 13, 
1884, aged 63 years, 11 months. - 

CHILDREN. 

3386. Alvin, b. Nov. 15, 1837 ; d. Nov. 16, 1837. 

3387. Minerva J., b. Sept. 15, 1838 ; d. Jipe 15, 1845. 

3388. *Henry W., b. Nov. 2, 1840; m. Martha E. Is^ingsbury; 

2d, Lydia E. Marsh. 

3389. *Jer()ME A., b. Feb. 14,1843; m. Loradine A. Lockwood. 

3390. *Heman I., b. Aug. 5, 1848 ; m. Abbie S. Nichols. 

3391. *Elmer a., b. Dec. 31, 1859; m. Susie L. Earle. 

(1643.) Nancy Spafford and William H. Hadley. 

She died at Keene, N. H., June 26, 1875. Mr. Hadley married again, March 29, 
1 881, Mrs. Craigne, formerly Matilda Spafford (1646) ; residence, Lebanon, N. H. 



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276 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. '' 

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CHILDREN. ] 



3392. *Eldora a., b. Nov. 28, 1842 ; m. George VV. Davis. ] 

3393. Charles L., b. Aug. 28, 1844; m. Janetie Davis, January. 

[872 ; res. Boston, Mass. '■ 

3394. *Mary J., b. Jan. 17, 1847; m. James M. Gowdy. ] 

3395. Lizzie C,, b. Aug. 7, 1849; m. Andrew Brown, Novem- i 

ber, 1868. I 

3396. Fred H., b. Mar. 23, 185 1; died at Keene, N. H., Apr. ■ 

21, 1872. 

3397. Frank C., b. Apr. 3, 1853; d. Aug. 9, 1864. 

j 
(1G44.) Marcia a. Spafford and Henry A Thayer. 

Married March 19, 1843, at Reading, Vt.; residence, Chicago, 111., where he ' 

died Aug. 25, i860. ' ; 

CHILDREN. ■' 



3398 



*George H., b. Jan. 8, 1844; m. Ada C. Miller, 



3399. *WlLLlAM P., b. May 19, 1845 ; m. Olive A. Whiting. 1 

3400. *Mary J., b. Feb. 22, 1848 ; m John Culver. i 

3401. *Marcia S., b. Sept. 15, 1852 ; m. James M. Buzzelle, j 

3402. Nellie, b. Oct. 16, 1855 ; died at Chicago, 111., Feb., ' 

1858. I 

3403. Henry J., b. Dec. 19, 1859 ; res. Chicago. ' 



(1652.) Salome Spafford and Vital B. Des Iyochkrs. 

Married Jan. 6, 1848; resided at Weathersfield, Vt, She died Jan. 26, 1850; 
he, in Brandon, Vt., May, 1886. 

CHILD. 

3404. Salome S., b. Aug. 12, 1849, '^t Perkinsville, 'Vt. ; m. Albert 

N. Hartwell, June 14. 1874; res. Gardner, 
Mass. 



(1056.) Joseph Spafford Kiddf.r and Mary E. j 
Chatterton. 

Married April 14, 1869, in Portland, Oregon, where he died April 30, 1873. ! 
She was born in Ithaca, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1827; present residence, Mt. Tahor, j 
Oregon. i 

I 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 277 



CHILDREN. 

3405. Faith Elizabeth, b. Apr. i, 1872, at Portland, Oregon. 

3406. Joseph E. (adopted), b. Apr. 11, 1870, at Portland, Oregon. 

(1657.) Andrew J. Kidder and Sarah A. Vangilder. 

Married in Lomira, Dodge County, Wis., June 19, 1870; residence. Summit 
Center, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 



3407 
340S 

3409 
3410 

34II 
3412 

3413 
3414 

3415 
3416 



Willie, b. Apr. 3, 187 1 ; d. Feb. 24, 1872. 

Josephine, b. Dec. 27, 1872 ; d. Apr. 17, 1873. 

Andrew Burr, b. May 13, 1874. 

Albert E., b. Sept. 27, 1875 ; d. Apr. g, 1883. 

Alice, b. Apr. 7, 1877. 

Joseph C, b. Sept. 24, 1878. 

Warren, b. Mar. 12, 1880. 

Marion, ) u t? u 00 

^ b. Feb. 23, 1883. 

Mildred, ) 

Elmer, b. Mar. 28, 1844; d. July 17, 1884. 



(1059.) John H. Robbins and Elizabeth Palmer. 

Married Dec. 13, i860; residence, Lomira, Dodge County, Wis., where she 
died May 27, 1885. 

CHILDREN. 

3417. Laurette E., b. Nov. 8, 1861 ; m., Dec. 18, 1886, Charles 

A. Liem ; res. Valley Springs, Dak, 

3418. RoxANNA M., b. Nov. 26, 1863 ; m., Jan. i, 1885, Henry 

P. Brandt ; res. Valley Springs, Dak. 
b. May 19, 1866. 
b. Feb. 18, 1868. 

b. Aug. 29, 1870; d. Feb. 2, 187 1. 
b. Nov. 6, 1872. 
b. Oct. 19, 1874. 
b. Oct. 5, 1S76. 



3419- 


Emma S., 


3420. 


Hiram S., 


3421. 


Jenette, 


3422. 


Frances J., 


3423- 


William, 


3424- 


Rosina I., 



(1661.) Hiram Duncan Spafford and Mary G. Fowler. 

Married June 4, 1867; residence, Springfield, Vt., where she died April 25, 
1886, aged 37 years, 5 months. 

19 



278 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



3425 
3426 

3427 
3428 

3429 



CHILDREN. 

Harry Fowler, b. Nov. i, 1871. 
Hiram Milton, b. May 13, 1874. 
Edward Elwell, b. Mar. 12, 1878. 
Georgie Louise, b. Dec. 23, 1879. 
Fred Ernest, d, Aug. 9, 1886. 



(1662.) Dr. George Spafford and Sophia J. Jones. 

Married Oct. 24, 1861; residence, Cavendish, Vt., where he has a large prac- 
tice, and where Mrs. Spafford died April 13, 1886. She was a native of Wind- 
ham, Vt.; born July 21, 1838. 

children. 

3430. George Horace, b. Dec. 5, 1864, in Weathersfield, Vt. 

3431. Ellen Jane, b. Aug. 29, 1872, in- Weathersfield, Vt. 

(1664.) Mary Jane Spafford and Col. Nelson F. 
Craigne. 

Residence, AUouez, Mich., and Weathersfield, Vt., P. O., Amsden, Vt. 

children. 

3432. Joseph Spafford, b. Sept. i, 1873. 

3433. Mabel Frances, b. Sept. 19, 18S1. 



(1668.) Sarah Spafford and Eoswell Barnett. 

She died May 3, 1864, aged 72; her husband died Nov. 4, 1S40, aged 64. 

children. 

3434. Electa. 

3435. Henry, m. Julia Bliss; res. Copley, Summit County, O. 

3436. Martha, m. Philander Powell; two daughters, Sarah and 

Eunice, live in Indiana. 

3437. Moses, died unmarried. 

3438. RoswELL, m. Julia Skinner. 
3439- Rosamond, m. Alexander Davidson. 

3440. Truman, m. . 

3441. Jacob, m. Sophia Bolls. 

3442. Philura, m. Alexander Davidson. 

3443. Kneeland, res. Indiana. 

3444. Albert, res. Indiana. 

3445. Elijah, res. Indiana. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 279 

(1669.) Thomas Spafford and Amelia McMahon. 

CHILDREN. 

3446. William, died in the South. 

3447. Christian, m. Mr. Trindle. 

3448. Jacob, m. ; res. Augusta, Ken. 

(1670.) Noah Spafford and Lyuia Carter. 

CHILDREN. 

3449. Orson, m. Sarah Holcomb ; res. Strongsville, Ohio. Chil- 

dren : Ida, Noah, Lydia. 

3450. Harry, m. Mary Beckwith. Children : Merwin, Edith. 

3451. *NoAH, m. Electa Beckwith; 2d, Olive Irving. 

3452. BuEL, m. Ruth Rice. Children : Ellis, Eva, Maud. 

3453. *Lydia, m. Merwin Beckwith. 

(1671.) Albert Spafford and Orline Brown. 

He died 1844, aged 44; the wife, in 1834, aged 26. 

CHILD. 

3454. Albert, m. Maria Morrison; res. Bryan, Ohio; have several 

children. 

(1672.) Elizabeth Spafford and Erastus Beckwith. 

CHILDREN. 

3455. *Merwin, m, Malvina Huntley; 2d, Lydia Spafford (3453 ), 

3456. Phebe, died unmarried. 

3457. *Electa, m. Noah Spafford. (For family, see 3451.) 

3458. Elizabeth, m. Godfrey Fickus. Children : Charles, For- 

rest. 

3459. Mary, m. Harry Spafford. 

3460. Frank, m. ■ . Children : Jennie, Frank. 

(1674.) Martin C. Stafford and Mart W. Brown. 

He was born Oct. 25, 180S, and named for his uncle, Martin Chittenden, gov- 
ernor of Vermont, 1813-14; married at Copley, Summit County, Ohio, Jan. 18, 
1836. The mother died Oct. 9, 1882, at West Richfield, Ohio, where Martin C. 
also died July 13, 1887. 



2So PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH- 



3461. Orline M., 



5464. 



CHILDREN. 

b. Apr. 17, 1838; m. Sylvander C. 
Shepherd, Apr. 17, i860, at Bath, 
Summit Count}', Ohio ; res. Ash- 
land, Kan. Children : Martin J., 
b. 1863; Carl S., b. 1866; res. 
Bowling Green, Mo. 

b. Jan. 27, 1842 ; m. Henry Killefer, 
1867 ; res. West Richfield, Summit 
Co., Ohio. Children : Mary P21ena, 
b. 1869 ; Henry Burke, b. 1873. 

b. Oct. 3, 1849; m. Frank H. Derr, 
1877, in West Richfield, Ohio; 
res. Elgin, 111. Children : Vera 
Eloise, b. 1882; Gladys A., b. 
1885 ; Orline Josephine, b. 1887. 
Willie F. (adopted;, b. Sept. 17, 1855; m. Esther Kline, 

1884, in Cleveland, O. Children: 
Henry M., b. 1885 ; Grace, b. 1887. 



3462. Aurelia M., 



3463. Beulah E., 



(1G75.) Beulah Sp afford and Heman Ellsworth. 

Residence, South Euclid, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

3465. *Helen, m. Samuel Luster ; res. Collamer, Ohio. 

3466. Ann E., m. Marion Minor. 

3467. Adelaide, m. A. V. Minor; a daughter, Florence, m. 

Martin M. Spafford ; res. Cleveland, Ohio. 

(167(3.) Electa Spafford und Moses Oviatt. 

children. 

3468. Martha, m. George Gilbert; a daughter, Georgia, married 

Clarence Oviatt. 
Martin, m. Estella Sackett. Children : Burt, Louie. 
Sarah, m. Samuel Carr. Children : Burt, Lillie, Walter, 

Goldie. Second marriage with Will Perkins. 

Child : Blanche, b. 1887. 
Herbert, m. Viola Snow. Children : Fred, and infant 

daughter. 



3469- 
347°- 



3471- 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 281 



(1679.) Susannah Spafford and David Saxton. 

Married Aug. 5, 1827; resided at Brighton, Ontario, Canada (Lovett P. O.). 
He was killed on Grand Trunk Railroad, 1857. 

CHILDREN. 

b. July I, 1828; m. Emily A. Ingalsby; res. 

Alabama, Genesee County, N. Y. 
m. John Loveless ; res. Shannonville, Ont. 
m. William C. Taylor, Mar. 17, 1879; res. 

Holden, Mo. 
m. W. H. Day; res. Murray, Ontario, 
b. Dec. 4, 1835. 

m. Hannah Vanwicklin ; res. Brighton, Ont. 
m. Willis Duncan ; res. Cramahe, Ontario ; 
d. 1872. 
Josephine G., m. Barney Brisbine ; res. Essex Centre, Ont- 

settled in British Columbia. 
Also two others, deceased. 



3472- 


Orimel W., 


3473- 


RUBIE 0., 


3474- 


Sarah R., 


3475- 


Esther E., 


3476. 


Cornelia A 


3477- 


Horatio G., 


3478. 


Catharine, 


3479- 


Josephine G 


3480. 


Heman, 



(1680.) Sarah Spafford and Ira Hodges. 

Married 1828; settled in Brighton, Ontario. She died Oct. 27, 1S74, aged 
66; her husband died Oct. 13, 1866, aged 64. 



3481 


Almira, 


3482 


Schuyler, 


3483 


Josiah, 


3484 


Oscar, 


3485 


*Rebecca, 


3486 


Charlotte, 


3487 


Sanders, 


3488 


Adwinnie, 


3489 


*Ameretta, 



children. 

b. Mar. 9, 1829; m. W. Stapleton ; d. 1877. 

b. Apr. 30, 1831 ; d. July 9, 1831. 

b. Oct. 9, 1832 ; d. Oct. 24, 1832. 

b. June 23, 1834; d. Nov. 3, 1874. 

b. Oct. 10, 1836; m. Henry Weller. 

b. May 27, 1838 ; m., 1863, Chamberlain San- 
ford ; res. Brighton, Ontario ; a daughter, 
Addie, b. 1864; d. 1882. 

b. Aug. 17, 1840; d. Aug. 17, 1842. 

deceased. 

b. May 30, 1846; m. Albert Gross. 



(1681.) Theo. L. Spafford and Sophia E. Lockwood. 

Married Aug. 2, 1838. 



282 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 









CHILDREN, 






349°- 


Joseph L., 


b. 


July 


h 


1839; 


d. 


Sept. 18, 1863. 


3491- 


*Adelaidr S., 


b. 


Aug. 


25. 


1840 ; 


m. 


John Honey. 


3492- 


Gertrude, 


b. 


Apr. 


11, 


1847; 


d. 


Jan. II, 1850. 


3493- 


*Warren W., 


b. 


Sept. 


9, 


1848; 


m. 


Maria Lawrence. 


3494- 


*Anna L., 


b. 


Jan. 


8, 


1850; 


m. 


J. W. Brisbin. 


3495- 


*Arthur F., 


b. 


Oct. 


15, 


1851; 


m. 


Maud Vandervoort 


3496- 


*HULDAH E., 


b. 


Mar. 


13, 


1854; 


m. 


Rev. W. P. Dyer. 


3497- 


*Theodore J, 


b. 


Nov. 


12, 


1855; 


m. 


Addie M. Allen. 


3498- 


*Cornelia C, 


b. 


Dec. 


5. 


1857; 


m. 


J. H. Dyer. 



(1682.) Catharine A. Spafford and Bildad Franklin. 

Of Watertown, N. Y.; married 1829. She died in Brighton, Ontario, June 14, 
1841, aged 28; he, in Shenandoah, Iowa, 1879, aged 79. 

CHILDREN. 

3499. Eliza, m. William Sills. Children : Eliza, Herbert. 

3500. Sophia, m. Henry Burk ; res. Rochelle, 111. ; six children. 

3501. Emily, m. Worthy Johnson ; died Rochelle, III, 1882. 

3502. Lafayette, m. Martha Cook; res. Shenandoah, Iowa. 

(1684.) Charlotte E. Spafford and John Honey. 

Married April i, 1851 ; residence, Brighton, Ontario. A former husband of Mrs. 
Honey, to whom she was married Oct. 10, 1837, ^^^ Asher Merrill, who died 
1838; John Honey died 1874. 

CHILDREN. 

3503. Henry A., b. 1853 ; d. 1855. 

3504. HuLDAH F., b. Apr. 27, 1857. 

3505. Clara L., m., 1883, Albert Multon; res. Dundonald, Onta- 

rio; a son, Cecil A., b. 1885. 

(1685.) Caroline L. Spafford and Harrison Betts. 

Married 1841; resided at Brighton, Ontario. She died March 15, 1855; he, 
also deceased. 

CHILDREN. 

3506. William H., b. Sept., 1842 ; m., 1870, Emily A. F. Hurst; 

res. Paris, Texas. 

3507. Ira J., b. Dec. 31, 1844; m., 1877, Laura E.Moore; 

res. Paris, Texas. 

3508. Walter H., b. Oct. 21, 1850; m., 1875, Nannie M. Scott; 

res. Paris, Texas. 

3509. *Albert O., b. Jan. 18, 1854; m., 1884, Lilly Colborne. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 283 

(J687.) Jacob A, Spafford and Sarah Day. 

Married April 9, 1854. He died April i, i86i. 

CHILDREN. 

3510. JosiAH, b. 1856; res. Colborne, Ontario. 

35 1 1. Harvie, b. 1857 ; m. Caroline Squire, 1886; res. Brighton, 

Ontario; a son, b. 1887. 



(1689.) Erastus Hodges and Abigail Stanton. 

She was a daughter of Temperance Spafford '(196), the name also having been 
given as Stannard. 

CHILDREN. 

3512. Susannah, b. Aug. 3, 1811; died. 

3513. Augustus, b. Dec. 10, 1815; died. 

3514. LuciNDA, b. Sept. 20, 1818; m. James DeGroff, 1842; 

died. 

3515. Laura, b. Jan. 14, 1820; m. Walcott, Colches- 

ter, Vt. ; died. 

3516. George, b. June 25, 1823; died. 

3517. Henry, b. Aug. 19, 1826; res. 76 Horatio St., N. Y. 

3518. Erastus, b. Mar. 27, 1829; res. New Russia, Essex Co., 

N. Y. 

3519. Melvin, m. , 1832; died. 

(1690.) Harry Hodges and Hannah Russell. 

children. 

3520. Henry A., m. Cynthia Rhodes; res. Richmond, Vt. 

3521. Willard, res. San Francisco, Cal. 

3522. Betsey, m. J. L. Mason ; d. Nov., 1865. 

3523. Lyman F., m. Jennie Peruo ; res. Milwaukee, Wis. 

3524. John R., m. Nancy Shepherd; res. Portage City, Wis. 

(1691.) George Hodges and Polly Clark. 

He was born May 2, 1798, in Richmond, Vt.; died Jan. 15, 1832; his wife, 
February, 1864, aged 75. 



284 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



CHILDREN. 

3525. Leonard, m. Alnieda Murphy; res. Chicago, 111. 

3526. Sarah, m. Lorenzo Hapgood ; died. 

3527. Julius, m. Almira Russell; res. Jericho, Vt. 

3528. Sophia, ni. Charles Moore ; res. Lexington, Mich. 

3529. Emiiy, res. Lexington, Mich. 

3530. George, m. ; deceased. 



(1692.) Jacob Spaffokd Hodges and Elizabeth Day. 

She was of Richmond, Vt.; married 1824; resided at Williston, Vt., where he 
died April 6, 1864. 

children. 



3531 
3532 

3533 
3534 
3535 
3536 
3537 
3538 



Hannibal, b. Oct. 25, 1825 ; res. Kirkwood, Mo. 
Electa S., m. Abial H. Lyons ; res. New York City. 
Albert F., ni. Eliza M. Chase ; res. West Radolph, Vt. 
Ralph W., m. Fidelia Field ; res. Brookfield, Vt. 
Heman, deceased. 

William B., m. Lessie Robinson, 1866; res. Richmond, Vt. 
Charles L., m. Lucy Washburn ; res. Randolph, Vt. 
Edmund S., m. Josie Hatch; res. New York. 



(1693.) Betsey Spafford and Benoni Young. 

Married March 24, 1842; resided at Watervhet, Berrien County, Mich. 

children. 

3539. Hannah J., b. Dec. 20, 1842; m., Feb., 1859, Enos Allen 

Fish, who died 188 1 ; his wife, 1887. A son, 
Arthur, b. May 13, 1865 ; res. Millbrook, 
Mich. 

3540. Mary, b. 1847. 



(1694.) David Spafford and Olia^e Crocker. 

Married April 16, 1829; removed, in 1848, from Middletown, Vt., to Lamar- 
tine. Wis., where she died May 9, 1877, aged 37 years, 6 months; after which he 
resided with his daughter, Mrs. Trigg, in Charles City, Iowa. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 285 

CHILDREN. 

3541. George A., b. Dec. 29, 1829; d. Sept. i, 1834. 

3542. Mary J., b. Sept. 14, 1831 ; d. Aug. 31, 1834. 

3543. *Alimira E., b. Jan. 14, 1836; m. Byron M. Fairbank. 

3544. *Laura M., b. July 4, 183S ; m. Joseph Trigg. 

3545. David E., b. May 25, 1840; 14th Regiment, Wisconsin 

Vols. ; died in the army, July 20, 1862. 

3546. *Edwin J., b. June 4, 1848 ; m. Adaline A. Hulce. 

(1697.) Oliver S^iith Spaffoed and Sylvia Mallory. 

Married March 20, 1S37; resided at Middletown and Wallingford, Vt., till 
their removal in 1846 to Fond du Lac, Wis., from which place they went to 
Lamartine, Wis. He was a harness-maker by trade; at the time of his death, 
superintendent of schools and assessor of taxes. His wife was born P'eb. 16, 1815. 

children. 

3547. *JuNius F., b. Jan. 8, 1838 ; m. Nancy A. Dearmin. 

3548. *Charles S., b. June 23, 1839 ; m. Mary Jane Allen. 

3549. Harlan P., b. Oct. 22, 1842 ; died in Lamartine, Wis., 

Nov. 22, 1887. 

3550. Melvin B,, b. Nov. 19, 1844. 

3551. Ann Jane, b. Nov. 16, 1846; d. 1851. 

3552. Ellen Ada, b. June 3, 1850 ; d. Aug. 8, 1851. 

(1698.) Eliza Spafford and Lucas Adams. 

Married March 27, 1841; removed, in 1846, from Middletown, Vt., to Lamar- 
tine, Wis. Went, in 1871, to Grundy County, Iowa, thence to Humboldt County. 
Lucas Adams was born Oct. 19, 1818, in Middletown, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

b. Oct, 19, 1842 ; m. Maggie McCalview. 
b. June 2, 1845 ; m. George W. Payne, 
b. May 12, 1848; m. W. Harrison Gee. 
b. May 6, 185 1 ; d. Nov. 6, 1863. 
b. June 14, 1858; m. Mabel L. Howard. 

(1699.) Jay Spafford and Mary Starkes. 

Married Dec. 18, 1843; removed, in 1846, from Granville or Hartford, N. Y., 
to Fond du Lac, Wis., and in 1886 to Oasis, Wis., where she died Jan. 17, 1887. 
She was born Oct. 16, 1819. 



3553- 


*Thomas H 


3554- 


*Helen a., 


3555- 


*Mary p., 


3556. 


Emma U., 


3557- 


*WlLLIS E., 



286 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



CHILDREN. 



3558 

3559 
3560 
3561 
3562 

3563 
3564 



Sylvester, b. Jan. 10, 1845 '■> ^- Aug. 20, 1845. 

Mary E., b. Aug. 24, 1846 ; d. Dec. 29, 1862. 

*TosEPH T., ) 1 T o f rn- Elizabeth Palmer. 

-" -" ' >- b. Jan. 10, 1849 ; >- 

Susan J., ) J d. September, 1863. 

Julia C, b. Jan. 28, 1851. 

Ruth Isabel, b. Nov. 12, 1856; d. Dec. 29, 1867. 

Harris, b. Nov. 27, 1858; d. Dec. 3, 1862. 



(1702.) Eugene F. Spafford and Mary E. Treadway^ 

Married May 21, 1854; resided at Montello and Packwauka, Wis. He served 
one year in the Union Army. His wife was born in Canada, Dec. 7, 1830. 

CHILDREN. 

3565. *George Harris, b. Sept. 30, 1856; m. Ada Miller. 

3566. Ezra Ernest, b. Apr. 23, 1858. 

3567. Elmer E., b. Mar. 31, 1863. 

3568. *Effie Bell, b. Nov. 11, 1866; m. Willard Stone. 

3569. Henry Jay, b. July 8, 1869. 



(1703.) Phebe E. Spafford and Daniel Platt. 

He was born Nov. 15, 1807; married Sept. 25, 1839; resided at North Clar- 
endon, Vt., where she died Jan. 6, 1856; her husband died Nov. 28, 1874. 

children. 

3570. Jennie E., b. Aug. 5, 1840; m., Feb. 13, 1862, Gardner 

B. Weeks; d. June 22, 1875. 

3571. Mary A., b. June i, 1842; d. Mar. 29, 1845. 

3572. Hattie E., b. Jan. 26, 1845 ; res. No. Clarendon, Vt. 

3573. Daniel W., b. Mar. 10, 1848 ; d. Mar. 15, 1849. 

3574. Daniel F., b. June 23, 1850 ; d. Mar. 10, 1853, 



(1705.) Mary A. Spafford and Matthew Leffingwell. 

Married in Rutland, Vt., 1825; settled in Brockville, Ontario; removed to 
Rochester, N. Y., 1832, where he died July 5, 1841, aged 39. She died in Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, Aug. 20, 1845. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 2S7 

CHILDREN. 

3575. *JoHN Spafford, b. Apr. 26, 1828; m. Huldah J. Knapp. 

3576. *Henry Adams, b. Apr. 16, 1830; m. Esther Kingsley. 

3577. *Mary E., b. Apr. 17, 1833 ; '^- Jonas Bowman. 

3578. Matthew v., b. Apr. 27, 1835; ^^- Sept. 22, 1836. 

3579. Julia M., b. July 3, 1837 ; d. October, i860, in 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Mrs. Leffingwell had a former husband, Dr. Smith, to whom she was married 
in Franklin, Pa., about 1818. 

(1706.) Myra Spafford and Isaac McDonald. 

He was of Johnstown, N. Y.; married 1824. He died July 26, 1870; his wife 
died in Carbondale, Pa., May 7, 1885; interred in Johnstown, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

3580. *Elizabeth, b. October, 1824; m. Hiram A. Titus. 

3581. Mary A., b. Nov. 12, 1826; m. George W. Heaton ; 2d, 

Calvin H. Williamson, of Utica, N. Y. 

3582. *James, b. May 14, 1830; m. Sarah Titus. 

3583. *Marcia B., b. Oct. 9, 1832 ; m. Rev. Chas. M. Livingston. 

3584. Julia, b. Oct. 19, 1836. 

3585. *Isabella, born in Johnstown, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1841 ; m. 

Rev. G. R. Alden. 

3586. Myra, b. May 9, 1845 ; ^^^^ i^ early infancy. 

(1707.) Julia A. Spafford and Duncan McDonald. 

Married June 29, 1819, at Franklin, Pa. She died in Chicago, Nov. 28, 1853. 
jMr. McDonald died at Cleveland, N. Y., over ninety years of age, having been 
born in Johnstown, N. Y., Dec. I, 1796. He was a printer by trade, and a 
prominent journalist. 

CHILDREN. 

3587. Duncan, b. Dec. 12, 1820, Johnstown, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 

12, 1820. 

3588. Edgar J., b. Sept. 16, 1822 ; died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 

June 2, 1885. 

3589. *Spafford D., b. Nov. 24, 1823; m. Adeline Elizabeth Lane. 

3590. Julia, b. Oct. 1,1825; died at Johnstown, N. Y., 

Jan. I, 1826. 

3591. Julia F., b. Nov. 7,1826; d. Mar. 18, 1830. 

3592. Mary, b. Jan. 29, 1830; d. Dec. 20, 1831. 

3593. *Myra M., b. July 14, 1833; m B. F. Holbrook. 

3594. *Sarah E., b. June 20, 1840; m. George Sumner Albee. 



288 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(1708.) Julius Gates Spafford and Eliza Corser. 

Married Jan. i, 1835; residence, Adams' Basin, N. Y. She died June 16, 1855. 

CHILDREN. 

3595. *HoRATio G., b. Sept., 1835 ; ''■''• Elvira Lapp; 2d, Mary D. 

White. 

3596. Franklin J., b. Dec. 18, 1836 ; m. Mary Morrison ; res. 

Diamonddale, Mich. 

3597. *JuLius, b. Sept. 18, 1840; m. Jane Strickland. 

3598. *Friend W., b. Sept. 16, 1847 ; m. Kittie Kelley. 

3599. *Sara L., b. Apr. 18, 1853; m. Elihu B. Gaboon. 

(1710.) Marcus B. Spafford and Eliza Hatch. 

Married in Gainesville, N. Y., May 29, 1831. He died in Dixon, 111., Aug. 2, 
1883, aged 74; Mrs. Spafford, in Waukegan, 111., March 24, 1881, aged 74. 

CHILDREN. 

3600. Mary E., b. Apr. 29, 1832 ; m., Jan. 29, 1869, Parker 

Spofford (2141), of Bucksport, Me. 

3601. *Fanny B., b. Jan. 9, 1835 ; m. Hiram E. Page. 

3602. *LuCY A., b. Jan. i, 1838; m. Theodore Merrill. 

3603. *Marcus a., b. Sept. 27, 1843 ; m. Amelia M. Breed. 

(1713.) Eureka Spafford and Judge James Kobbins 
Lawrence. 

Married Aug. 12, 1841; resided at Syracuse, N. Y., where he died March 21, 
1874, aged 83 years. Mrs. Lawrence died at Chicago (Lake View), 111., April 
29, 1869, aged 47. 

CHILDREN. 

3604. *EuREKA S., b. June 7, 1842 ; m. J. Albert Hood. 

3605. Ida, b. Nov. 3, 1844 ; died at Syracuse, Aug. 

16, 1846. 

3606. *WiLLiE Horatio, b. June 24, 1847 '■> "i- Amelia R. Wool- 

ford. 

3607. *Mary Florida, b. Sept. 4, 1849; '"'''• Daniel D. Murphy. 

3608. Fannie, b. Oct. 19, 185 1 ; d. at Clinton, Oneida 

County, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1852. 

3609. Robert Eugene, b. May 10, 1862; d. in Jerusalem, Pal- 

estine, of sunstroke, Sept. 10, 1885. 



36rr. 


3612. 


3613- 


3614. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 289 

(1714.) Margaret W. Spafford and Lieut. Arthur 
Thornton Lee. 

He was lieutenant of 8th U. S. Infantry in the Seminole War, and a poetical 
writer; married at St. Augustine, Fla., July 27, 1844. He was born June 26, 
1814; died at Rochester, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1879. Mrs. Lee resides in Jerusalem, 
Palestine. 

CHILDREN, 

3610. Margaret Florida, b. May 18, 1845; died at Chittenan- 

go Springs, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1846. 
Arthur Williams, b. July 10, 1847 '> d- Oct. 10, 1847. 
*Kate Whitney, b. Mar. 29, 185 1 ; m. Williatn Jarvis 

Ashley. 
William Thornton, b. Mar. 26, 1856; d. July 9, 1857. 
Horatio Abbott, b. Mar. 3, 1861 ; d. Feb. 9, 1868. 

(1715.) Horatio Gates Spafford and Anna Tubena 
Larsen. 

Married Sept. 5, 1861, in Chicago, 111., where he was for many years a promi- 
nent lawyer; present residence (1888) Jerusalem, Palestine, where they are at 
the head of an American colony, comprising, in 1887, some twenty- five people, 
holding a somewhat unusual phase of religious belief. Their home is described 
by a recent traveller as being " just within the Damascene gate, in a handsome 
house, for Jerusalem, but queer and quaint to American eyes, built for a harem 
by a wealthy Mussulman, the rooms being bright and pretty, with carved olive- 
wood ornaments, pressed flowers, and home-like decorations." These colonists 
are full of alms deeds, ministering to the wants of needy pilgrims and the poor of 
the Holy City. Mrs. Spafford is a native of Stavanger, Norway. 

CHILDREN. 

3615. Anna, b. June 11,1862. 

3616. Margaret Lee, b. May 31, 1864. 

3617. Elizabeth, b. June 19, 1868. 

3618. Tanetta, b. July 24, 187 1. 

These four children were lost, Nov. 2 i, 
1873, in the wreck of the steamer 
"Ville de Havre," while on the pas 
sage from New York to Havre. The 
mother alone was saved of her party 
of travelling companions. 

3619. Horatio Goertner, b. Nov. 16, 1875 ; d. Feb. 11, 1880. 

3620. Bertha Hedges, b. Mar. 24, 1878. 

3621. Grace, b. Jan. 18, 1881. 



290 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(1716.) Sophia Eoyce and Jason Smith. 

Married Feb. 7, 1817. She died Feb. 27, 1831; her husband, in Bennington, 
Vt., 1874. 

CHILDREN. 

3622. Rodney RoYCE, b. Aug. 5, 1818, at Batavia, N. Y. ; m 

Philomela Royce ; 2d, Almira M. Ayre, 
of Newburyport, Mass. ; died at Hous- 
ton, Texas, May 25, 1866; his. widow 
resides in Lowell, Mass. 

3623. Levi, b. Jan. 8, 1823, at Richford, Vt. ; m. Sarah 

E. Walbridge ; 2d, Frances E. Carpen- 
ter ; res. Troy, N. Y. He is a lawyer 
by profession. 

3624. Sidney, res. (probably) Salem, Marion County, Ore. 

3625. Mary Sibyl, b. March, 1826 ; m., 1844, Henry B. 

Hayes; d. Dec. 5, 1845. 

3626. Hiram, b. September, 1828; m. Melinda Andrews, 

in Texas, 1858. 

(1717.) Eliza Royce and Joseph Rounds. 

Married April i, 1S21. He died May 10, 1883; Mrs. Rounds, April 28, 1887. 

children. 

3627. Sophronia E., b. Dec. 18, 182 1 ; m. Michael Foley; res. 

Sutton, P. Q. 

3628. John Alonzo, m. Olive Carpenter. 

3629. Jane, b. Aug. 25, 1835 ; m, George Corliss. 

3630. Louisa, b. Dec. 13, 1845 ; ^n* George W. Smith. 

(1718.) Guy Carleton Royce and Lucy Flint. 

Married June 4, 1826; resided at Richford, Vt. He died Feb. 16, 1876. She 
was a native of St. Armand, Quebec; died Sept. 24, 1848. 

CHILDREN. 

3631. Oscar F., b. July 25, 1827; d. Sept. 24, 1881, at Water 

loo. Neb. 
3G32. Amanda A., b. Feb. 3, 1830, 
3633. Sophia P., b. Oct. 10, 1833. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 291 

3634. Marvin O., b. Jan. 20, 1836; res. Brooklyn, N. Y., and 

Boston, Mass. 

3635. Edna M., b. Nov. 26, 1838. 

3636. Miles E., b. Aug. 28, 1841 ; died in the army, Oct. 28, 

1862. 

3637. Mary, b. Oct. i, 1844. 

3638. Sibyl E., b. June 23, 1847. 

Second marriage with Charlotte M. Leach, of Sheldon, Vt., Jan. 27, 1850. 

CHILDREN. 

3639. Rodney S., b. Mar. 4, 185 1. 

3640. Ada Eliza, b. Apr. 13, 1853. 

3641. Stephen, b. July 27, 1855. 

3642. Guv Clarence, b. Mar. 31, 1857. 

3643. Silas, b. 1861. 

(1719.) Abigail Royce and Thomas F. Spexcer. 

Married in Richford, Vt., Feb. 24, 1831 ; residence, Sutton, Province of Quebec, 
Canada. 

CHILDREN. 

3644. Daniel, b. Dec, 1831 ; res. Abercorn, Quebec; unm. 

3645. Sarah A., b. Jan., 1839 ; m. James Isham ; res. Rockville, 

Conn. 

3646. John, b. Aug., 1843 ; d. Oct., 1864, at Yantic, Conn. 

interred at Richford, Vt. 

(1720.) Caleb Eoyce and Amanda Flint. 

Settled at Richford, Vt., where he died May 7, 1S83. Mrs. Royce died Novem- 
ber, 1887. 

CHILDREN. 

3647. Rodney A., b. Apr. 8, 1832 ; d. Sept. 8, 1838. 

3648. Louise E., b. Feb. 26, 1834; d. Sept. 14, 1838. 

3649. Ednah M., b. May 23, 1837; d. Sept. 10, 1838. 

3650. Almina E., b. June 16, 1839; ™- Edwin S. Lock; res. Rich- 

ford, Vt. 

3651. James C, b. Mar. 8, 1842; m. Ruth Shephard ; res. West 

Farnham, Quebec. 

3652. Adelia J., b. July 19,1844; d. Aug. 27, 1887, at Rich- 

ford, Vt. 

3653. Byron A., b. Sept. 15, 1846; d. Oct. 3, 1848. 



292 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(1721.) Laura Royce and Orson Carpenter. 

Residence, Richford, Vt.; married Oct. 30, 1834. He was born March 31, 
1811. 

CHILDREN. 

3654. Adaline J., b. Aug. 29, 1835; m., Jan. 26, 1869, Eugene 

A. Dyre ; res. Sutton, Province of Quebec. 

3655. Ellkn Eliza, b. Mar. 5, 1S37 ; m. Jacob K. Wagner, Oct. 

24, 1858 ; res. Kalamazoo, Mich. 

3656. Charles, b. Feb. 19, 1839; d. Jan. 13,1844. 

3657. Cordelia P., b. Jan. 26, 1S41 ; m. Everard C. Eells, Jan. 

25, 1868 ; res. Middlebury, Vt. 

3658. Frances E., b. Apr. 3, 1846 ; m. Levi Smith, Sept. 15, 

1837 ; res. Troy, N. Y. 

His wife having died Sept. 15, 1853, Orson Carpenter married a second wife, 
Mary Eureka Spafford (1736). 



(1722.) John Spafford Royce and Charlotte Styker. 

Married Oct. 5, 1844; resided at Richford, Vt. He was a lawyer; died Jan. 
9, 1 87 1. Mrs. Royce lives in Springfield, Mass. 



children. 

3659. Edward C, b. Sept. 5, 1845 ; ^- ^'-'S- 5' 1846. 

3660. Frances L., b. May 2, 1848; m. Alpheus Jenne; res. 

Springfield, Mass. 

3661. George F., b. Apr. 14, 1849; m. Effie A. Scott; res. 

Springfield, Mass. 

3662. Hobart C, b. Feb. 24, 1851 ; m. Abbie A. Allen; d. 

Dec. 22, 1881. 

3663. John Henry, b. May 15, 1856; m. ; res. Springfield, 

Mass. 

3664. Susie Belle, b. Apr. 10, 1858; m. Thomas J. Simpson; 

res. Springfield, Mass. 

(1723.) Jane Royce and George Chester Dyer. 

Married in Richford, Vt., Oct. 29, 1837; residence, Sutton, Province of 
Quebec. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 293 



CHILDREN. 

3665. Eugene Alphonso, b. Dec. 12, 1838; m., i860, Helen 

Jackson ; 2cl, Adaline J. Carpenter ; 
res. Sutton, Province of Quebec. 

3666. Annette Eugenia, b. July 11, 1841 ; m. Geo. Ramsey; 

res. Lemington, Vt. 



(1724.) Judge Heman Spafford Royce and Mary W. 
Parsons. 

Married in Highgate, Vt., Sept. 21, 1851; resided at St. Albans, Vt., where he 
died Jan. 23, 1885. He was a man of extraordinary ability, and attained an 
eminent position in his profession, which he entered in 1844. 

CHILDREN. 

3667. Harriet Frances, b. Oct. 10, 1853 ; m., June 7, 1883, 

John Curtis Strannahan. 

3668. Ira Hayden Allen, b. in Highgate, Vt. 

3669. Roland C, b. Dec. 8, 1862 ; res. Galveston, Tex. 



(1725.) Chas. Stuart Royce and Abigail W. Corliss. 

Married in Richford, Vt., Feb. 7, 1847. 

CHILDREN. 

3670. Henry C, b. Nov. 12, 1847 i "^- Lizzie Goff, 1870 ; res. 

St. Albans, Vt. 

3671. William C, b. Jan. 13, 1858 ; d. Jan. 26, 1863. 



Mrs. Royce having died July 15, 1872, he married again, June 16, 1873, Jane 
A. Fuller. 



(1728.) John Archibald Spafford and Esther Werden. 

Married June 25, 1839. She was of Athol, Prince Edward County, Ontario; 
residence, Colborne, Ontario, Canada. 

20 



294 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



3672 
3673 

3674 

3675 
3676 

3677 
3678 



CHILDREN. 

*Emma C, b. Mar. 5, 1840; m. Timothe Richardson. 

Edwin W., b. Oct. 10, 1841 ; res. New York City; 

broker. 
*Alice a., b. May 30, 1846; m. James Rutherford. 

*Almeda, b. Mar. 10, 1848; m. E. W. Tuttle. 

*Egerton B., b. May 8, 1850; m. Catharine Elizabeth 

Armstrong. 
*Marietta F., b. Jan. 6, 1853 ; m. Alford McCollough. 
*Alberta B. S., b. Mar. 22, 1856; m. Robert Parker, 



(1733.) Luke C. Spafford and Eliza McDowell. 

Married June 9, 1855; residence, Clark's Mills, Camden East, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 

3679. Victoria E., b. Sept. i, 1856; m. Henry Blewett, of Nap- 

anee, Ontario ; res. Boston, Mass. 

3680. Edith Maud, b. Nov. 17, 1858; m. Nelson R. Burley ; res. 

Dakota. 

3681. John, b. June 2, 1861 ; m. Annie Day; res. Er- 

nestown, Ontario ; has two sons. 

3682. Archibald, b. July 20, 1863; res. Ernestown, Ontario. 

3683. Helen May, b. Nov. 5, 1865 ; m. C. H. Finkle, 1875 ; 

res. Newburg, Ontario. 

3684. Georgie, b. Oct. 20, 1872; res. Camden East, Ontario. 

(1735.) Dr. Hem an W. Spafford and Mary E. 
Peterson. 

Married Nov. 24, 1857, at Belleville, Ontario. He died at Lake City, Minn., 
Nov. 24, 1877. 

CHILDREN. 

3685. *EvA J., b. Aug. 14, i860; ra. Knox W. Lewis. 

3686. Maggie, b. Apr. 26, 1863; res. Minneapolis, Minn, 

3687. Fred, b. Dec. 17, 1865 ; res. Minneapolis, Minn. 

3688. Frank, b. Mar. 15, 1868; res. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Mrs. Spafford afterward became Mrs. A. J. Lockery; resided at Minneapolis, 
Minn. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 295 



(1736.) Mary Eureka Spafford and Orson Carpenter. 

Married Nov. 11, 1856. His former wife was Laura Royce (1721), who died 
Sept. 15, 1853; his death occurred Jan. 27, 1864; his family reside in Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 139 Clifton Place. 

CHILDREN. 

3689. Heman S., b. Oct. 2, 1857 ; d. Oct. 5, 1857. 

3690. Carrie Anita, b. Dec. ig, 1859 ; m. Rev. Geo. DeBars- 

tow Stoddard, Sept. 24, 1885 ; a daugh- 
ter, Maude Mary, b. Feb. 23, 1887. 

3691. Genevieve L., b. May 14, 1863. 



(1738.) Mary Spafford Phelps and Gordyce Wilbur. 

Married by Rev. David Kimball, Sept. 4, 1829; resided at Lowville, N. Y., 
where she died July 30, 1872, aged 65. Mr. Wilbur was born in Worthington, 
Mass., Aug. 9, 1799; died in Lowville, May 24, 1887. 

CHILDREN. 

3692. Edward Payson, b. Apr. 5, 183 1 ; d. July 8, 183 1. 

3693. Harriet Newell, b. May 18, 1832; d. Mar. 27, 1879. 

3694. Royal Phelp.s, b. Mar. 26, 1834; d. May 19, 1835. 

3695. Royal Phelps, b. Sept. 12, 1836; m. Caroline P. 

Northrop, 

3696. James Harvey, b. Oct. 7, 1838 ; ni. Elvira E. Ed- 

wards ; res. Carthage, N. Y. 

3697. Mary Elizabeth, b. June 7, 1840; d. Oct. 15, 1841. 

3698. Frederic Maytin, b. July 3, 1842 ; d. Oct. 3, 1842. 

3699. Mary Anita Maytin, b. Sept. 8, 1843 ; d. Mar. 26, 1845. 

3700. Mary Anita Maytin, b. Sept. n, 1846; d. Apr. 13, 1847. 

3701. Herbert Spafford, b. Jan. 12, 1850. 

(1739.) Hon. Eoyal Phelps and Anita Maytin. 

He went early in life to the West Indies, and thence to Porto Cabello, Venezuela, 
where he built up a large mercantile business. In 1847 ^^ came to New York, 
where he remained in active life, holding a high position as a man of wealth and 
influence till his death, which occurred July 30, 1884, at the age of 75 years. 

Mrs. Phelps was of ancient Spanish lineage, born Feb. 22, 181 6, in Porto 
Cabello, where the marriage took place Aug. 5, 1831. She died in New York 
City, Apr. 4, 1872, her obsequies being solemnized in St. Ann's (Catholic) 
Church. 



296 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



CHILD. 



3702. Anita Gregoria, b. in Porto Cabello, Apr. 24, 1838 ; m., 
Apr. 24, 1856, Hon. John Lee Carroll, governor of 
Maryland, and grandson of Charles Carroll, of Car- 
rollton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. 
Their residence during the greater part of her married 
. life was at " Donoreagan Manor," in Carrolltown, a 
dwelling made famous for its connection with the early- 
history of the country, and by the almost princely hos- 
pitalities of its illustrious owners. Mrs. Carroll died 
in New York City, Mar. 24, 1873, her funeral being in 
St. Ann's (Catholic) Church. 



(1744.) Hon. Edward A. Stevenson and Harriet 
Marcy. 

Married June 10, 1855, at Sacramento, Cal. He went from Michigan to Cali- 
fornia, in 1849, as an Indian agent. On June i, 1859, his wife and children 
were massacred by Indians, at Red Bluffs, Tehama County, Cal., their house being 
at the same time burned. Mr. Stevenson was appointed, in 1885, governor of 

Idaho. 

CHILDREN. 

^703. Frank, b. July i, 1856. ^ j u t j- 

^' ■^ ^^ , A o ! Massacred by Indians, 

3704. Harriet, b. Aug. 30, 1857. . ^ 

3705. WiLMOT M., b. Sept. 10, 1858. ) J""'' '' "'59- 

Second marriage with Anna D. Orr, at Red Bluffs, Cal., November, i860. 

CHILD. 

3706. Charles C, b. November, 1862 ; graduated at Oakland, 

Cal, Seminary, 1883 ; Law Department, 
University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor, 
1885 ; practising the profession in Boise 
City, Idaho, 1887. 

(1745.) Hiram S. Stevenson and Lois E. Demming. 

She was born Oct. 24, 1824, at Seneca, Ontario County, N. ¥.; married Dec. 
8, 1848, at Grass Lake, Jackson County, Mich.; resided at Alpine, Kent County, 
Mich., where he died Feb. 23, 1882, aged 58 years, 7 months; his wife died 
April 13, 1873, aged 48 years, 5 months. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 297 



r., I^-J"'y 7, 1849 ; Id. Sept. 7, 1849. 



children. 

3707. Alfred W. 

3708. Albert W. 

3709. Sarah A., b. Jan. 10, 1852 ; m. Arthur E. Spencer, 

Dec. 26, 1875. 

3710. Mary E., b. Mar. 12, 1854. 

37 1 1. Edward D., b. Apr. 6, 1859 ; m. Anna L. Fleet, Feb. 13, 

1882, at Marcelona, Antrim Co., Mich. 



(17 46.) Hon. Charles C. Stevenson and Margaret 
M. Rogers. 

She was of Sharon, Mich.; married November, 1848; residence. Gold Hill, 
Nevada, and Carson City, the capital of the State, he being (1887) the (Repub- 
lican) governor. 

CHILDREN. 

3712. Jesse L., m. Fanny Long, of Grand Rapids, Mich.; res. 

Reno, Nev. 

3713. Edward G., m., September, 1879, Mary Addis, of Grand 

Rapids, Mich. ; res. Gold Hill, Nev., where 
he is engaged in mining and farming. 

3714. Willard, died at Gold Hill, Nev., aged 12 years. 

Second marriage with Miss Ellen M. Frame, in San Francisco, Cal., June 
20, 1881. 



(1749.) Mary E. Stevenson and Norman Cummings. 

Married June 10, 1849, at Alpine, Kent County, Mich. She died Oct. 10, 1881. 



3715 
3716 

37'7 

3718 

3719 



CHILDREN, 

Charles, b. Nov. 2, 185 1 ; m., 1876, Dell Consta- 

ble ; res. Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Minnie Isabel, b. Nov. 26, 1856; m., April, i88r, W. A. 

Haines ; res. Detroit, Mich. 

George Julian, b. Jan. 9, 1863 ; res. at Grand Rapids, 

Mich. 

Frank Byron, b. June 30, 1865 ; m. ; res. Michigan 

City, Dakota. 

Roy Bruce, b. Jan. 23, 1874. 



298 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(1750.) William H. Stevenson^ and Hattie E. Johnson. 

Married Oct. 19, 1862, at Alpine, Kent County, Mich.; residence, English- 
ville, Kent County, Mich. She was born at Riga, N. Y., April 2, 1842. 



CHILDREN. 



3720. Myrta L., 



3721. 
3722. 

3723- 
3724- 



b. Aug. 18, 1863 ; m. Herbert A. Johnson, 
Dec. 27, 1882 ; res. Alpine, Mich. 
Luther J., b. May 22, 1865. 
Margaret L., b. Nov. 25, 187 1. 
Anna, b. Sept. 20, 1873. 

Harold L., b. June 23, 1878. 



(1751.) Adalaide S. Stevenson and Xelson Cummings. 

Married May 20, 1855; resided at Alpine, Kent County, Mich. He was born 
at Byron, Genesee County, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1830, and died at Englishville, Mich. 
Sept. 28, 1880. 

CHILDREN. 

3725. Addie, b. Apr. 24, 1856. 

3726. Clarence, b. Nov. 17, 1858. 

3727. Jennie May, b. Apr. 7, 1863. 

3728. Julian, b. Mar. 4, 1865. 

3729. Llewellyn, b. Jan. i, 1869. 

3730. Willard, b. Apr. 26, 1874. 



(1752.) Heman Spafford and Cecilia Abrahams. 

He was born in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Feb. 8, 1805, and died there 
July 16, 1876. 

CHILDREN. 



3731- 
3732. 



*IRA J., 

James M. 



3733. John A., 

3734. Andrew A., 

3735. William C, 



b. May 28, 1833; m. Jane C. Smith. 

a merchant in San Francisco, Cal. ; m. 

Lizzie F. Hovey. 
a stock raiser in Worthington, Minn. ; m. 

Mary Stout, 
a travelling agent and farmer, 
scale manufacturer, Chicago, 111. His wife, 

Florence Marie Jackson, died July3, 1887. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 299 

3736. Sarah E., m. David McVeen, a farmer in Picton, On- 

tario, Canada. 

3737. Margaret, died Sept. 20, 1863, aged 20 years. 

3738. Cecelia, m. James Butterworth ; res. Wapella, III. 

3739. Mary J., m. Robert Butterworth; res. Wapella, III. 

3740. Elizabeth A., m. Robert Pennock ; res. Wapella, 111. 

3741. Emma C, m. Robert Pugh ; res. Jamestown, Dakota. 



(1769.) Sheldon Spafford and Eliza Stevens. 

Residence, Brownville, Jefferson County, N. Y. 

children. 

3742. Amelia. 

3743. AuRELiA, res. Brownville, N. Y. 

3744. Eva, res. Picton, Ontario. 

3745. Emma, m. Norman Wood; res. Hallowell, Ontario. 

3746. Horace, b. May 15, 1S59; res. Watertown, N. Y. ; m. 

; a son, Melrose F., b. Sept. 3, 1885. 

(1770.) Harvey Spafford and Lucy Sayles. 

Residence, Cherry Valley, Prince Edward County, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 

3747. Minerva A., b. Dec. 3, 1842 ; m. Azro B. Ketchum, 

Jan. I, 1861. 

3748. Olivia, b. July 2, 1846; d. Oct. t6, 1865. 

3749. Marshal Horatio, b. Dec. 18, 1848. 

3750. Huldah Margaret, b. Feb. 17, 1851 ; m. James G. Howe, 

June 15, 1887 ; res. Ottawa, Ont. 

(1771.) Solomon Spafford and Ann Martin. 

Residence, Cherry Valley, Ontario. 

children. 

3751. Matilda, m. William H. Young; res. Athol, Ontario. 

3752. Sarah, m. Alva Scott; res. Cherry Valley, Ontario. 

3753. Albert, m. Nobles. 

3754. Lucy, m. William Scott; res. Napanee; Ontario. 

3755. Calvin, b. 1856 ; res. Western Ontario. 



300 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(1772.) Parthenia Spafford and Peter Wood. 

Residence, Cherry Valley. 

CHILDREN. 

3756. Matilda, m. John Lowey ; res. Picton, Ontario. 

3757. Minerva J., m. Albert Case; res. Picton, Ontario. 

3758. Norman, m. Emma Spafford. 

3759. Cynthia, m. Oliver Dingman ; res. Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

(1773.) Wm. Wallace Spafford and Miranda Sayles. 

He was born in Cherry Valley, Ontario, May 17, 1824; married April, 1847; 
residence, Percy, Ontario, Codrington P. O. 

CHILDREN. 

3760. *Eliza C, b. Jan. 25, 1848 ; m. Dr. John T. Carleton. 

3761. *Abijah p., b. Aug. 6, 1849; m. Mary Benedict. 

3762. *George S., b. Sept. 26, 1857 ; m. Georgiana S. Peterkin. 

(1774.) Abijah Spafford, Jr., and Anna E. Ketchum. 

Residence, Cherry Valley, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 

3763. *Thomas F., b. Mar. 16, 1857; m. Sarah C. Wood. 

3764. *George F., b. Mar. 15, 1858; m. Emma Price. 

3765. Ada L., b. 186 1 ; m. Franklin Akerman, 1882 ; de- 

ceased ; a son, Clarence F., b. 1883. 

3766. Louis Burton, b. October, 1875. 

(1775.) Alva Spafford and Mary E. Ketchum. 

Residence, Cherry Valley, Ontario. 



3767 
3768 

3769 
3770 
3771 



CHILDREN. 

Parthenia, m. Gilmore ; res. Hallowell, Ontario. 

Amanda, m. James Clark ; res. Athol, Ontario. 

James A., m. . 

Melissa, m. Bowerman ; res. Athol, Ontario. 

Margaret, m. Barnes ; res. Kingston, Ontario. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 301 

(1776.) Calvin Spafford and Helen Ketchum. 

Residence, Cherry Valley, Ontario. 

CHILD. 

3772. Rial De Alton, b. [864 ; m. Minnie Dewel, September, 

1883 ; res. Cherry Valley, Ontario. 



(1785.) William H. Spafford and Miss Wright. 

Residence, Cherry Valley, Ontario. 



CHILDREN. 



3773. Delos. 

3774. Wallace. 



3775. Solomon. 

3776. Manly. 



(1787.) Leroy Spafford and Lucy Bongard. 

Married Oct. 26, 1862; residence, South Marysburg, Point Traverse P. 0., 
Prince Edward County, Ontario. 



3777 
3778 

3779 
3780 

3781 
3782 

3783 



children. 

KiTTiE, b. Feb. 26, 1866. 

Florence, b. May 29, 1868. 
Marshal L., b. Aug. 23, 1869. 

Elizabeth, b. Nov. 16, 187 1. 

Sarah E., b. Nov. 25, 1873. 

Myrtle, b. Aug. 17, 1876. 

Ina, b. Jan. 5, 1886. 



(1792.) Sarah F. Chipman and Alexander S. Montague. 

Married Dec. 12, 1839; residence, Unadilla, Livingston County, Mich. 



children. 



3784. Mary Louisa, b. Dec. 26, 1842; m., Dec. 30, 1868, Edgar 

Van Sychel. 

3785. Luke S., b. Nov. 2, 1847 ; attorney-at-law ; res. at 

Howell, Mich. 



302 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

3786. Clara A., b. Mar. 23, 1851; m., Mar. 30, 1882, El- 

mer E. Chipman. 

3787. Fitch Chipman, b. Oct. 9, 1853. 

3788. Arthur A., b. Jan. i, 1856; m. Mary E. Bullis, May 

I, 1878. 

3789. Frank Edward, b. Dec. 29, 1858; m. Lillian L. Bullis, May 

3, 1882. 



(1797.) Sarah C. Stowell and Horatio M. Wood. 

He was of Middlebury, Vt.; married Jan. 5, 1842. He died Sept. 27, 1848. 

CHILDREN. 

3790. Martin D., b. Sept. 22, 1843 ; res. Kaiisas City, Mo. 

3791. Clara A., b. Apr. 18, 1846; d. Sept. 6, 1846. 

3792. Jennie E., b. June 22, 1848; d. Apr. 11, 1843. 

Second marriage with Theodore E. Hicks; residence, Americus, Kansas. 

CHILDREN. 

3793. Jessa E., b. Dec. 16, 1852 ; m., June 16, 1886, Florida 

Buckman, of Kansas City, Mo. 

3794. Jennie E., b. Aug. 5, 1854; m., July 8, 1872, O. B. Whar- 

ton. 

3795. MiLLEN S., b. Sept. 20, 1856. 

3796. Willie B., b. Jan. 17, i860. 

(1798.) Elizabeth R. Stowell and Albert M. Phillips, 

Married Dec. 12, 1843; residence, Rockville, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

3797. Susan Elizabeth, b. May 10, 1845 ; m., Oct. 3, 1864, Gil- 

bert Dawson. 

3798. Frank Leroy, b. Apr. 10, 1851 ; d. Oct. 11, 1852. 

3799. Albert Wallace, b. Mar. 30, 1856; res. Chicago, 111. 

(1799.) Susan Spaffokw Stowell and Wm. H. Balkam. 

He was born in Dorchester, Mass., Jan. 9, 1827; married at MiUon, Mass., the 
present residence of the family, May 14, 1848. Mrs. Balkam died Nov. 8, 1885. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 303 

CHILDREN. 

3800. William H., Jr., b. Aug. 26, 1849; in., Sept. 17, 1873, 

Hannah F. Thayer; res. Randolph, 
Mass. 

3801. Lizzie G., b. Apr. 25, 1851. 

3802. Albert W., b. Jan. 15, 1854. 

3803. Nellie R., b. Apr. 13, 1855 ; d. Sept. 6, 1855. 

(1800.) Hannah L. Stowell and Eli M. Elmer. 

Married Jan. 8, 1861; residence, Middlebury, Vt. 

children. 

3804. Hattie L., b. Mar. 26, 1863 ; m. Vernon G. Atwood, Jan. 

25, 1882. 

3805. Lottie E., b. Dec. 19, 1865. 

(1801.) Harriet B. Stowell and Edml^d Foote. 

Of Middlebury, Vt.; married Sept. 22, 1856; residence, Rockville, Conn. 

CHILD. 

3806. Edmund Warren, b. May 18, 1858. 

(1802.) Charlotte B. Stowell and Henry W. Brewster. 

Married Dec. 20, 1859; residence, Middlebury, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

3807. William Henry, b. Dec. 20, 1861. 

3808. Susan S., b. Sept, 5, 1874. 



(1805.) Hannah M. Spafford and David Stillson. 

Residence, Battle Creek, Mich. 

children. 

3809. George S., res. Sacramento, Cal. 

3810. Jerome B. 3811. Mary. 



304 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(1808.) Susan S. Spafford and David Dean. 

He was born March lO, 1828; married in Ann Arbor, Mich., April 3, 1856; 
present residence, Fitchburgh, Ingram County, Mich., their children all having 
been born in Bunker Hill, Ingram County, Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

3812. William Herbert, b. Mar. 10, 1857 ; d. Apr. 15, 1857. 

3813. Edward Hubert, b. Apr. 16, 1858; m,, Nov. 27, 1884,. 

Carrie Belle Stillson. 

3814. Almon, b. July 21, i860; d. Oct. 17, i860. 

3815. Clarence Arthur, b. Feb. 10, 1S70. 



(1813.) Almira Spafford and Henry Covert. 

Married June 9, 1846; residence, Brighton, Covert P. O., Northumberland 
County, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 

3816. Albina L., b. May 14, 1850; m. S. J. Morden ; res. 

Sophiasburg, Prince Edward Co., Onta- 
rio; two daughters, Ida M. and Annie M. 

3817. Margaret A., b. June 11, 1853; m. Royal O. Pearsall ; 

res. Hillier, Prince Edward County, On- 
tario. Children : Claud and Lome. 

3818. John Henry, b. July 28, 1856; m. Sophronia Jenks ; res. 

Sophiasburg, Ontario. 

3819. Sarah E., b. Mar. 13, 1861 ; m. S. W. Pearsall; res. 

Brighton, Northumberland County, On- 
tario. Two daughters : Pearl and Ruby. 

3820. Daniel C, b. July' 16, 1864; d. Dec. 31, 1864. 

3821. Henrietta B., b. Jan. 13, 1873. 

(1814.) Orpah Brace Spafford and Gideon Spencer. 

Residence, Rose Hall, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 

3822. Ruth A., m. Sherald Keich ; res. Rose Hall, Ontario. Chil- 

dren : Nelson, Hawly, William, Ethel, Oscar. 

3823. Hannah, m. Cornelius Ryan; res. Rose Hall, Ontario. Chil- 

dren : Samuel J., Edith M. 

3824. Cyrus. 3825. Kate. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 305 

1815.) Hannah E. Spafford and John Whitney. 

Residence, Demorestville, Prince Edward County, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 

3826. Margaret L., m. James Peck ; settled in the States. 

3S27. William A., American Signal Service, Pensacola, Fla. 

3828. Helen L., res. Demorestville. 

3829. Herbert, res. Demorestville. 

(1816.) Julia A. Spafford and John Miller. 

Married Jan. 26, 1852; residence, Trenton, Ontario, Canada. 

CHILDREN. 

3830. Samuel A., b. June 26, 1853; d. Feb. 19, 1876. 

unm. 

3831. Caroline Theressa, b. June i, 1857; m. Henry Cran- 

dell ; res. Trenton, Ont. 

3832. Mary Matilda, b. May i, 1862 ; d. Feb. 20, 1863. 

3833. John A., b. Feb. 20, 1864; res. Trenton ; unm, 

3834. Charles Alfred, b. Aug. 10, 1867; res. Trenton; unm. 

3835. Eliza A., b. July 26, 1868. 

3836. William H., b. Aug. 9, 1872. 

3837. Margaret Blanche, b. June 20, 1876. 

3838. Ethel May, b. Dec. 20, 1878 ; d. Feb. 19, 1879. 

3839. Muriel Grace, b. May i, 1880; d. May 3, 1880. 



(1817.) Susan Spafford and John S. Rowse. 

Married June 27, 1837, ^^ Whitestown, N. Y. ; resided at Bath, Ontario, 
where he died Feb. 23, 1881. 

children. 

3840. David T., b. Jan. 20, 1839; m. Harriet Johnson; res. 

Bath, Ontario ; merchant. Children : Har- 
riet, Grace. 

3841. Harriet E., b. June 28, 1843 ; ™- ^^v. George Milligan, a 

Presbyterian, Toronto, Ontario. Children : 
Gertrude, Mary, William, Georgiana. 



3o6 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

3842. Mary, b. May t8, 1847; m. Dr. J. W. Bedford; res. 

Morrisburg, Ontario. Children : George, 
Flora, Charles. 

3843. Cornelia, b. Aug. 15, 1849; m. Rev. John Carmichael- 

res. Columbus, Ontario. Children : Kate. 
George, John, Nellie, Mack, Cornelia I. 



(1867.) William N. Spafford and Emma M. Johnsox. 

Married in Springville, Utali, Sept. 13, 1851; residence, Annabella, Sevier 
County, Utah. She was born in Haddam, Conn., Sept. 13, 1836. 



3844 

3845 
3846 

3847 
3848 

3849 
3850 
3851 

3S52 
3853 
3854 



*MlNERVA Z., b. 

*Emma M., b, 

*AZALIA M., b, 

*WlLLIAM N., b. 

*LlLLIAN T., b. 

Horace, b. 

Willis K., b. 

Laura, b. 

Wealthy, b. 

Don C, b. 

Ida Laprelle, b. 



CHILDREN. 

July 10, 1852 ; m. Lemuel Thompson. 
Nov. 4, 1854; m. James Daniels. 
Feb. 15, 1857 ; m. John W. Deal. 
May 26, 1859; m. Estella Huntsman. 
Nov. 4, 1861 ; m. Joseph E. Daniels. 
Apr. 30, 1864; d. July 9, 1865. 
May 17, 1866. 
Dec. 27, 1868. 
Apr. 16, 1872 
May 25, 1875 
Nov. 28, 1877, 



(1869.) Wealthy Spafford and Elmer Taylor. 

Married Nov. 13, 1850; residence, Springville, Utah. He was born Nov. 4,, 
1832, in Lorain County, Ohio. 



3855- 
3856. 
3857- 
3858. 

3859- 
3860. 

3861. 

3862. 

3863. 



CHILDREN. 

Martha J., b. Nov. 17, 185 1 ; d. Sept. 2, 1856. 

*HoRACE F., b. May 28, 1854; m. Anna Peterson. 

Wealthy, b. Feb. 2, 18^7 ; d. Apr. 5, 1S57. 

b. Apr. 26, 1859; m. Daniel Whitbeck. 

b. Feb. 22, 1861 ; d. Jan. 20, 1877. 

b. Feb. 20, 1864; in Springville, Utah. 

b. June I, 1867 ; in Springville, Utah. 

b. Feb. 7, 1871. 

b. Aug. 22, 1873. 



*Olive, 
Helen, 

* J AMES E., 

Irinda, 

Patty, 

Minerva, 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 307 



(1870.) Martha J. Spafford and SA^■FORD Fuller. 

Married March 10, 1853; residence, Springville, Utah. He was born Aug. 18, 
1 83 1, in Saratoga, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

3864. *Hannah E., b. Feb. 5, 1854; m, John E, Chase. 

3865. *Ovanda, b. Mar. 18, 1857 ; m. Daniel M. Crandall. 
3S66. Sanford, b. Feb. 13, 1859. 

3867. *Martha E., b. Feb. 11, 186 1 ; m. Cyrus W. Dall. 
386S. Horace E., b. Mar. 8, 1867. 
3869. Estella, b. Oct. 29, 1879. 



(1873.) Alma Spafford and Sarah J. Alleman. 

Married April 8, 1866; residence, Springville, Utah. 



3870 

3871 
3872 

3873 
3S74 
3875 



CHILDREN. 

Sarah Elizabeth, b. Mar. 4, 1867. 
Martha Christine, b. Dec. 12, 1869. 
Alma Horace, b. Mar. 5. 1872. 

Irinda, b. Sept. 18, 1874. 

Emma, b. Sept. 30, 1879. 

Clara J., b. Oct. 5, 1882. 



(1874.) Nephi Spafford and Jane Taylor. 

Married Jan. 5, 1866; residence, Springville, Utah. 



3876 

3877 
3878 

3879 

3880 

3881 



CHILDREN. 

Horace N., b. Mar. 30, 1867. 
Ada, b. Apr. 6, 1870. 

Ann, b. Mar. 8, 1872. 

Martin F., b. Sept. 14, 1876. 
William R., b. Apr. 19, 1878. 
Ray. 



(1877.) Elijah Spafford and Eliza J. Cranston. 

Married June 19, 1843. She was of Kingston, Ontario; residence, Spaffordton, 
Frontenac County, Ontario, so named in honor of Elijah Spafford. 



3o8 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



CHILDREN. 

3882. Mary J., b. Apr. 13, 1845 ; m. Alexander Vallier, Oct. 17 

1870; res. Sydenham, Ontario. A son, Wil- 
lis, b. July 21, 1872. 

3883. Arinda, b. Mar. 6, 1847; m. Miles Pixley, Jan. i, 1866; 

res. Sydenham, Ontario. Children : Eldon, 
b. 1870; Althea, b. Mar. 16, 1876. 

3884. Sophronia, b. Mar. 16, 1849; m. Henry Counter, Oct. 16, 

187 1 ; she died Oct. 21, 1884. A son, Elijah 
S., b. 1870. 

3885. Elizabeth, b. May 8, 185 1; m. Wilson Knapp, Nov. 4, 

1875 ; res. Sydenham, Ontario. Children : 
Clifton, b. 1879; Florence, b. 1886. 

3886. Moses, b. Mar. 25, 1853; m. Emma Moore, Sept. 25, 

1877 ; res. Spaffordton, Ontario. A son. 
Miles, b. Jan. 19, 1879. 

3887. Althea, b. May 28, 1857 ; m. Geo. Ackroyd, Nov. 13, 

1878; res. Sydenham, Ontario. A daughter, 
Jennie, b. Oct. 23, 1882. 



(1878.) Robert J. Spaffokd and Jane Staker. 

Married Aug. 10, 1844. She was born in Ontario, Jan. 14, 1826, and died 
Sept. 5, 1847. 

CHILD. 

3888. *MosES, b. Sept. 25, 1846 ; m. Ella Kimball. 

Second marriage with Rachel E. Beckwith, of Ontario, April, 1848; resi- 
dence, Elwood, Will County, Illinois. 



3889 

3890 

3891 
3892 

3893 
3894 



CHILDREN. 

*Sarah, b. Apr. 21, 1850; m. Jacob Roderick. 

*Irinda, b. Nov. 4, 185 1 ; m. Marshall Fay. 



*Daniel a., b. Feb. 26, 1854; m. Susan Linebarger. 
*Mary, b. Jan. 9, 1856; m. Ransler Sweet. 

Robert J., b. Apr. 5, 1S62 ; d. Nov. 10, 1884. 
Rachel, b. Nov. 3, 1867 ; m. Peter Wagner. A son, 
Frederick, b. Nov. 8, 1885; d. Apr. 15, 1887. 
3895. Nora, b. Oct. 8, 1870; res. Aurora, 111. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 309 

(1879.) Stephen Miles Spafford and Mary E. Shoe- 
maker. 

He emigrated from Canada to Illinois about the year 1846, where he married, 
1849. He was an orderly sergeant in Company E, looth Regiment, Illinois Vols. ; 
killed, Sept. 19, 1863, at the battle of Chickamauga, and was buried on Lookout 
Mountain. His widow afterward became Mrs. Russell, of Elwood, 111. 



CHILDREN. 

*Emma, b. Sept. 19, 1850; m. C. P. Bridge. 

*LiBBiE, b. June 27, 1853 ; ni. Robert Thornbaugh. 

*Elias R., b. May 25, 1855 ; m. Hattie Pritchard. 
*Rebecca J., b. Apr. 18, 1857; m. John Grant. 
Charle.s C, b. Mar. 23, 1859; m. Rebecca Ackroyd ; res. 
Lyons, Iowa. 
3901. Wallace B., b. Aug. 4, 1861 ; res. Trenton, Mo. 



3896 

3897 
3898 

3899 
3900 



(1880.) Levi Spafford and Esther Gilman. 

children. 



3902. Esther. 

3903. Levi. 

3904. Julia. 



3905. George. 

3906. HiRAiM. 



(1883.) B. Augusta Spafford and E. E. Bent. 

children. 
3907. Ida C. 3908. Herbert. 3909- Josie. 

(1884.) Hiram Spafford and Elizabeth Hipson. 







children. 






3910. 


Robert. 


3914. 


Edward. 


3917- 


Annie. 


3911- 


Mohena. 


39'5- 


Willie. 


3918. 


Minnie 


3912. 


Artemas. 


3916. 


Lizzie. 


3919- 


Gertie. 


3913- 


Alphonso. 

21 











310 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(1889.) Charles H. Spafford and Etta Spofford. 

CHILDREN. 

392JD. Belle. . 3921. Harrod. 



(1890.) Eli Spafford and Nancy Johnson. 

CHILDREN. 

3922. VoNiA. ■ 3923. Clara. 3924. Warren. 

(1893.) Hiram Spafford and Adelia Lewis. 

' children. 

3925. Etta. 3926. Charles. 3927. Lewis. 

(1894.) JosiAH Spafford and Phebe Taylor. 

children. 
3928. Josephine. 3929- George. 



(1907.) Simeon Latham Spafford and Sophia B. Field. 

Married Feb. 27, 1853. She was of Northfield, Mass. " He was by profession 
a civil engineer, employed at different times by Vermont and Massachusetts Rail- 
road, the Troy and Greenfield, Troy and Boston, Vermont Central, Alabama and 
Tennessee, and others. He was the inventor of Spafford's railway protective 
signals for drawbridges. At the time of his death, which occurred at Philadel- 
phia, Jan. 25, 1S55, aged 34 years, 3 months, he was general superintendent of 
Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore road. His widow married Charles 
Stearns; resided at Northfield, Mass. Mr. Spafford left one son." 

CHILD. 

3930. George L., b. Oct. 13, 1853 ; m. Nellie J. Sawyer, Mar. 4, 

1875; res. Brattleboro, Vt. Conductor on 
New London Northern R. R. ; clerk and 
treasurer of the Estey Guards, of Brattle- 
boro, Vt. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 311 



(1909.) Mary Spafford and Pliny M. Putnam. 

Married Sept. 14, 1847; removed from Springfield, Vt., to Neosho, Wis., in 
September, 1850; to Oconomowoc, Wis., April, 1865; to Geneva, Neb., 1877; 
and thence to Strong, Eillmore County, Neb., where he died June 14, 1883. 

CHILDREN. 

3931. ^Herbert L., b. Jan. i, 1849; ^- Laura C. Hale. 

3932. Mary Grace, b. July 1,1851; d. Nov. 24, 1853. 

3933. Leman C, b. Sept. 7, 1854; m. Ella E. Selby; res. 

Strong, Neb. 

3934. Georgiana v., b. Dec. 14, 1857 ; d. Feb. 13, 1886, at Lin- 

coln, Neb. ; an excellent singer and 
musician. 

3935. Pliny M., b. Sept. 11, 1859; d. Sept. 24, 1859. 

3936. Infant son, b. May 30, t86i ; d. June 20, 1861. 

(1912.) Wesley H. Spafford and Rose M. Piper. 

Married Aug. 2, 1873; residence, Durango, Col. He enlisted in Company D, 
9th Vermont Vols., June 23, 1862; discharged, and re-enlisted in Company H, 7th 
Vermont, Dec. 15, 1863; discharged at Brownsville, Texas, March 14, 1866. 

CHILD. 

3937. Willie Latham, b. Aug. 11, 1874, at Acworth, N. H. 



(1914.) Sarah Spafard and James Fay. 

Residence, Norvell, Jackson County, Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

3938. *Edward, b. Jan. 28, 1815 ; m. Adelphia Balch. 

3939. *Harriet, b. Oct. 16, 1817 ; m. Henry Satterlee. 

3940. *Mary, b. June 26, 1819; m. Octavius A. Skey. 

3941. *Barnabas, b. Dec. 3, 182 1 ; m. Sarah A. Andrews. 

3942. Amos S., b. Feb. 6, 1823; d. June 10, 1851, 

3943. *James, b. May 21, 1828; m. Caroline Webster. 

(1915.) Harriet Spafard and John B. Sherwooo. 

The mother died March 14, 1872. 



312 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



3944 

3945 
3946 

3947 
3948 

3949 
3950 
3951 



CHILDREN. 

Harvey B., b. Oct. 15, 1819; d. Mar. 31, 1820. 
Addison B., b. Jan. 9, 182 1. 
Eliza A., b. Oct. 18, 1824. 
Stephen T., b. Dec. 17, 1826. 
Charles L., b. June 17, 1S28; d. May 6, 1868. 
John B., b. July 16, 1833 ; d. Mar. 29, 1839. 
Milton S., b. Dec. 10, 1835; '^- ^P^- -2, 1875. 
Harvey I., b. Dec. 19, 1837. 



(1916.) Thomas L. Spafard and Almira Baldavin. 

Married at Mount Morris, N. Y., June 20, 1S20; removed from Dalton, Mass., 
to New York State, and thence to Manchester, Mich., in 1838, where she died 
March 3, 1848. Mr. Spafard is still living (1887) with his son in Manchester, 
where a most delightful celebration was held in honor of his having passed his 
ninetieth birthday. 

CHILDREN. 



3952- 
3953- 

3954- 
3955- 
3956- 
3957- 



3959- 
3960. 



*Charlotte E., b. Nov. 11, 1821 
Andrew F., b. Feb. 22, 1823 
*Lois, 
*Andrew W., 



Harriet M., 
Emily M., 



b. Mar. 12, 1824 
b. June 23, 1827 
b. Apr. 5, 1830 
b. Aug. 27, 1832 



3958. Sarah E., 



*Franklin, 
Harriet A., 



m. T. M. Chapman, 
d. Feb. 28, 1823. 
in. Philetus Coon, 
m. Lucinda Chapman, 
d. Dec. 16, 1832. 
m. Charles Scott, Mar. 
I, 1853 ; he died May 2, 1865 ; she lives 
in New York City. 
b. July 17, 1835 ; m. E. S. Jaynes, Feb. 6, 

1873; res. Manchester, Mich, 
b. Sept. 20, 1837 ; m. Maria Carpenter, 
b. Aug. 12, 1840; m. E. Chubbuck, May 
28, 1867 ; res. Amboy, 111. 



(1918.) Experience L. Spafard and Isaac Hall. 

She was born at Dalton, Mass.; married at Springwater, Livingston County, 
N. v., Oct. 3, 1824; died at La Salle, Monroe County, Mich., June 30, 1868. 



3961. Daniel, 

3962. Andrew S., 

3963. Almira S., 



children. 



'b. July 2, 1825, at Geneva, N. Y. 
b. June 14, 1827, at Geneva, N. Y. 
b. Nov. 30, 1829, at Geneva, N. Y. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 313 

3964. Harriet A., b. Aug. 20, 1833, at Monroe. Mich. 

3965. Sarah J., b. May 21, 1837, at Monroe, Mich. 

3966. William H. H., b. Sept. 30, 1840; died at Monroe, Mich, 

3967. Charlotte S., b. Sept. 8, 1842 ; died at Monroe, Mich. 

(1919.) Andrew Spafard and Elizabeth Lawton. 

Married Jan. i, 1S40. She died May 5, 1866. A former wife, Miss Emily 
Baldwin, died childless, Aug. i, 1833. He is still living (in 1887) in Man- 
chester, Mich., with his youngest son. 

CHILDREN. 

3968. Thomas S., b. Sept. 20, 1841 ; d. Oct. 27, 1862. in the 

Union Army. 

3969. *Emily E., b. Nov. 3, 1842 ; m. Thomas J. Farrell. 

3970. William A., b. Dec. 6, 1844; d. Dec. 12, 187 1, at Man- 

chester, Mich. 

3971. Sarah E., b. July 4, 1846; d. Dec. 29, 1886, at Man- 

chester, Mich. 

3972. *JoHN F., b. Oct. 24, 1847; m. Eva Field. 



(1921.) Eansom Spafard and Jerusha Hall. 

Married April 3, 1827. 

CHILDREN. 

3973. *Lyman H., b. Dec. 12, 1827; m. Abby Powell. 

3974. *ASENATH, b. Mar. g, 1832 ; m. Horace M. Hooker. 

3975. *Amy A., b. Jan. 22, 1834; m. Delos L. Birge. 

(1922.) Caroline Spafard and Zebrina Church. 

Married Aug. 11, 1820. She died Sept. 28, 1880. 



3976 
3977 

3978 

3979 
3980 

3981 
3982 



CHILDREN. 

Sarah, m. Medbury. 

Harriet, m. Hare. 

William, left home at 20, and was never heard from. 

Benajah, m. Underwood. 

Lucinda, m. Cook. 

Adalard, m. White. 

Helen G., m. Shute. 



314 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(1923.) Harlem Spafard and Lois Southworth. 

Residence, Pittsfield, Otsego County, N. Y. 



3983 
3984 

3985 
3986 

3987 



CHILDREN. 

Parley B., b. Jan. 18, 1827. 
Lewis, b. Feb. 17, 1830. 

LucRETiA, b. May 8, 1833. 
Sarah, b. Apr. 10, 1838. 
Arlina, b. Sept. 12, 1844. 



(1925.) William Spafard tmd Marcia Southworth. 

Married April 9, 1828. He died May 7, 1849. 



3988 
3989 

3990 
3991 

3992 
3993 



CHILDREN. 

Maria, b. Feb. 9, 1829; d. September, 1853. 
*Mary, b. Mar. 17, 1830; m. Wm. R. Peck; 2d, Wm. 

Ellsworth. 
^Caroline, b. Jan. 31, 1834; m. Edwin Wilbur. 
*JuLiA E., b. Sept. 10, 1837; m. Caleb Carpenter; 2d, 

Miles M. Gazlay. 
*Orimal, b. Sept. 7. 1839 ; m. Maria D. Gregory. 
Emma F., b. Sept. 5, 1844; m. Alonzo D. Page, Oct. 23, 

i860. A daughter, Anna Page, b. Oct. 13, 

1861 ; d. Sept. 20, 1877. 



(1926.) John C. Spafard and Maria Hall. 

Married Oct. 24, 1836; resided at Utica, N. Y.; a banl-c cashier; died March 
4, 1880; his wife, March i, 1880. 

CHILDREN. 

3994. *Charles E., b. Nov. 3, 1847 ; ""•• Elizabeth Field. 

3995. Ella M., b. June i, 185 1 ; m. Amaziah D. Barber, Jr., 

Jan. 20, 1875. 



(1931.) George B. Webster and Fidelia Cuivimings. 

Married Dec. 14, 1847. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 315 

CHILD. 

3996. Elizabeth B., b. Oct. 6, 1850; m. Marcus M. Hazen, Jan. 

25, 1870. 



(1932.) Lucy Spafard and Jesse Wilcox. 

Married Sept. 22, 1825; residence, Lebanon, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

3997. *Ansel L., b. Apr. 20, 1827 ; m. Jane R. Avery. 

3998. *Samuel S., b. 1828; m. Eliza A. Tryon. 

3999. George W., b. June 2, 1838; m. Juliette S. Williams, Nov. 

28, 1859. 

(1934.) Augustus Spafard and Esther Porter. 

Married April 10, 1824. 

CHILDREN. 

4000. *Albert p., b. May 2, 1825 ; m. Ann Eliza Meeker. 

4001. *Henry a., b. June 5, 1831 ; m. Mary E. Porter. 

4002. *A-MOS, b. Oct. 19, 1834; m. Eliza Leonard. 

4003. Harriet P., b. Oct. 14, 1839; m. Arnold Carpenter, 1874. 

(1935.) Polly Spafard and Henry Porter. 

Married Oct. 27, 1825. She died Oct. 2, 1866; her husband was born Alay 14, 
1801; died May 25, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

4004. *Lydia S., b. Sept. 23, 1830 j m. Benj. W. Battey. 

4005. Henry A., b. Nov. 18, 1838; d. Apr. 20, 1865. 



(1936.) Betsey W. Spafard and E. D. Richardson. 

Married Oct. 21, 1834. She died at Cooperstown, Otsego County, N. Y., Aug. 
30, 1841. 

CHILD. 

4006. *Elizabeth, b. July 22, 1841 ; m. C. E. Buell. 

(1939.) Simeon W. Spafard and Charlotte L. Sharpe. 

Married Sept. 11, 1845. ^^ *ii^^ ^^ Omaha, Neb., March 3, 1880. 



3i6 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

4007. *Theodore W., b. Mar. 20, 1847 j ^- Kittie A. Rathburn. 

400S. *W.M. Penn, b. Dec. 7, 1848 ; m. Sarah J. Morgan. 

4009. *Katie L., b. June 29, 1850 ; m. Robert W. Fitzgerald. 

Ellen Mary, ) i t^ o ( 

' - b. Dec. 12, i8c:2 ; ■< , o 
Henry Clay, j ^ ' ( d. 1853. 



4010 
40 1 1 



(1940.) Clark W. Spafard and Harriet A. B. Smith. 

Married Dec. 3, 1849. He died Sept. 29, 1854, at Racine, Wis.; she lives at 
Middle Falls, Washington County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

4012. Frank L., b. Mar 20, 185 1 ; d. Sept. 14, 1852. 

4013. John B., b. July 26, 1853 ; d. Sept. 6, 1859. 

(1941.) Percy A. Spafard and William H. May. 

Married Nov. 2, 1835. He was born at Cherry Valley, Otsego, N. Y., Nov. 22, 
1811; died at Racine, Wis., 1882. 

CHILDREN. 

4014. Darwin R., b. Oct. 9, 1837; res. Milwaukee, Wis. 

4015. Ellen B., b. Nov. 11, 1840; m. Charles H. Bryan; 

res. Mt. Sterling, Ky. A son, Percy 
D., b. Jan. 28, 1879. 

4016. Lucretia a., b. Nov. 12, 1843. 

4017. William Elijah, b. Dec. 14, 1S53 ; d. Dec. 29, 1857. 

4018. Alice, b. May 17, i860; d. Jan. 31, 1870. 



(1949.) Roger McCall Williams and Sarah Johnson. 

Married Oct. 28, 1856, Lebanon, Conn. 

children. 

4019. Harriet R., b. Mar. 27, 1858;* died unm. 

4020. Fanny M., b. Sept. 2, 1859 ; died unm. 

4021. Arthur C, b. Aug. 27, i860. 

4022. Julia E., b. Apr. 9, 1862. 

4023. Hervey J., b. Jan. 27, 1864. 

4024. Gilbert M., b. May 30, 1865. 



•■^- UBP ARY 

I'ASTOR, LENOX /KD i 




EDWIN SPAFARD, 
BROOKLYN. N. Y. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 317 

(1950.) Lydia Williams and William II. Hyde. 

Married March 27, 1S50, Lebanon, Conn. He died in the army, Oct. 20, 1863. 



4025 
4026 
4027 
4028 
4029 
4030 



CHILDREN. 

Lafayette, b. Jan. 13, 1S51. 

Luther, b. Sept. 14, 1852. 

Ellen, b. Sept. 17, 1854; d. July 14, 1878. 

Edward, b. Dec. 23,* 1857. 

Anna. b. Mar. 13, 1861. 

JULLA., b. Jul}' 1, 1863. 



Second marriage with Mr. J. B. Caswell, Feb. 7, 1S71. 

CHILD. 

4031. Rosa M., b. Feb. 30, 1872. 



(1952.) Edavin Spafard and Octavia Maverick. 

Married Aug. 31, 1S46. She was born in Trinity Church parsonage, Newark, 
N. J., Sept. 17, 1814; her father was Peter Maverick, an engraver of New York, 
and she was herself an artist of much more than ordinary talent; she died at 652 
Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., June 23, 1882. Mr. Spafard resides at 187 Sum- 
ner Avenue, Brooklyn. 

CHILD. 

4032. *Ed\vin Ariel, b. Jan. 31, 1848; m. Ellen Congdon ; 2d, 

Mary L. Chapman; 3d, Emma W. Har- 
ris, of Bloomsburgh, Dec. 13, 1881. 



(1953.) Rev. Henry A. Spafard and Miranda Blair. 

Married Jan. 19, 1842; residence, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

4033. *Anna. b. Aug. 25, 1844; m. Rudolph H. Johnson. 

4034. Mary B., b. Mar. 22, 1857 ; d. Feb. 20, 1867. 



(1958.) Charles A. Spofford and Sarah Hardy. 

Settled in Boxford, Mass., where he died March 14, 1883. She was of Brad- 
ford, Mass. 



3i8 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



CHILDREN. 



4035. *Hervey Merritt, m. Mrs. Ryron (2538). 

4036. Mary. 



(1959.) Augustus F. Spofford and Martha M. Perkins. 

Married in Griggsville, 111. He died in Warren, 111., April 6, 1877. She wa& 
born in Boston, Mass., March 5, 1824; present residence, Madison, Wis. 



4037 



4038 



4039 

4040 

4041 
4042 

4043 
4044 



CHILDREN. 

Charles C, b. Mar. 12, 1845, in Griggsville, 111. ; res. War- 
ren, 111. 

Marshall, b. July i, 1847, i" Platteville, Wis. ; res. Rock- 
ford, 111. 

George, b. Oct. 18, 1849, in Platteville, Wis. ; res. For- 

est City, Iowa. 

Fred S., b. Nov. 10, 1852, in Madison, Wis.; res. Du- 
buque. Iowa. 

Henry, b. Aug. 11, 1855, in St. Paul, Minn.; res. St. 

Paul, Minn. 

Emma, b. Oct. 28, 1861, in Galena, 111. ; res. Madison, 

Wis. 

Frank, b. Jan. 29, 1863, in Warren, 111. ; res. Madi- 

son, Wis. 

Stephen R., b. Mar. 15, 1865, in Warren, 111. ; res. Forest 
City, Iowa. 



(1972.) Parker Spofford Kimball and Mary E. Hull. 

Married Oct. 20, 1863; residence, Boston, Mass. She was of Dover, N. H. 

CHILD. 

4045. Parker Spofford, b. May 8, 1866; d. Sept. 14, 1868. 
(1973.) JosiAii E. Kimball and Ada B. Dorset. 

Married Aug. 19, 1865; residence, Chicago, 111. He is of the well-known real- 
estate firm of Kinney & Kimball. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 319 

CHILDREN. 

4046. Mary Bell, b. Feb. 24, 1869; d. Mar. 21, 1869. 

4047. Martha Beatrice, b. Aug. 27, 187 1. 

4048. Don, b. May 19, 1877. 

(1974.) Mary A. Kimball and Frederic Hinckley. 

Married Nov. 21, 1872; residence, 159 West Brookline Street, Boston, Mass. 

CHILD. 

4049. Henrietta, b. Oct. 5, 1874. 



(1984.) Phineas M. Spofford and Mary E. Wentworth. 

Married September, 1853; residence, Webster, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

4050. John C, b. Nov. 25, 1854; firm of Brigham & Spofford, 

architects, 19 Milk Street, Boston, Mass. 
Mr. Spofford married Ella M. Fuller, July 6, 

1881 ; res. Everett, Mass. A daughter, Ma- 
bel, b. Apr. II, 1885. 

4051. Emma F., b. Oct. 17, 1856; m. E. Stanley Libbey, June 

26, 1875 ; res. Lewiston, Me. A son, Harry 
S., b. Aug. 27, 1877. 

4052. Clara P., b. June 12, i860; m. Frank L. Noble, Dec. 

25, 1882 ; res. Lewiston, Me. A daughter, 
Laura H., b. June 6, 1884; d. Dec. 23, 1885. 

4053. Nellie C, b. Mar. 12, 1863. 

4054. Edith A., b. Mar. 12, 1865; m. George Leland, Apr. 21, 

1882 ; res. Webster, Me. A son, James W., 
b. Apr. I, 1884. 

4055. Foster W., b. June 5, 1867. 

4056. Maud L., b. Dec. 9, 1870, 

4057. Ellen S., b. Oct. 23, 1871 ; d. Oct. 24, 187 1. 

4058. Lizzie W., b. Feb. 13, 1873. 

4059. Alice M., b. Apr. 26, 1876 ; d. Nov. 3, 1878. 

4060. Mary E., b. Oct. 7, 1880. 

(1985.) Sophia Spofford and Joel Curtis. 

Resided at Bowdoinham, Me. She died May 17, 1870. 



320 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

4061. Roland. b. Jan. 28, 1846; m. Estella J. Bibber, May, 

1876; d. Oct. 13, 1882. 

4062. LouviLLE, b. Jan. 21, 1849; m. Lizzie T. Peirce, July, 

1876 ; res. Tyngsborough, Mass. 

4063. Anne E., b. Feb. 26, 1852. 

4064. George M., b. June 12, 1855 ; m. Ida Neally, Oct., 1882. 

4065. Laura S., b. June 6, 1858 ; d. Mar. 15, 1887. 

^ ' "* ' I h. June 2, i860. 

4067. Emma, ) 

4068. Abbie M., b. Mar. 16, 1863; d. Jan. 5, 1886. 

4069. LuLiE M., b. Nov. 23, 1865. 

(1986.) Calvin Spofford and Lydia A. Wentworth. 

Married April 9, 1856. 

CHILDREN. ■ - 

4070. Charles W., b. Sept. 12, 1858. 

4071. Laura M., b. Aug. 2, 1863. 

4072. Jeremiah C, b. Jan. 9, 1868. 

4073. Harry A., b. Mar. 21, 1875; d. Nov. 19, 1875. 

4074. Clyde H., b. Oct. 24, 1877. 

(1987.) Susan L. Spofford and Andrew Hall. 

Married Feb. 27, 1S51; resided at Levviston, Me. She died Dec. 19, 1886; 
her husband was born Sept. 21, 1S24; died Jan. I, 1881. 

CHILDREN. 

4075. Calvin S., b. Nov. 25, 185 1 ; m. Sylvia A. Packard, Nov. 

21, 1878. Children : Henry H., b. Apr. 12, 
1880; Gerald P., b. Aug. 19, J884. 

4076. William L. B., b. Feb. 23, 1853 ; d. Oct. 12, 1853. 

4077. William L., b. Jan. 14, 1855 ; m. Mary E. Downing, 1887. 

4078. Nettie F., b. Dec. 29, 1856 ; d. Sept. 18, 1858. 

4079. Edgar A., b. Dec. 14, 1858 ; m. Martha A. Marston, Feb. 

26, 1881. Children : Percy D., b. May 10, 
1883 ; d. Sept. 22, 1883. Evan G., b. Feb. 
9, 1886. Edith, b. Nov. 23, 1887. 

4080. Edwin M. (twin brother of above), d. Feb. 28, 1859. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 321 



(1991.) Philip A. Spoffokd :nid Laura E. Faruin. 

Married Sept. 13, 1863; residence, Maiden, Mass.; with business connections 
at Oak Hall, Boston. 

CHILDREN. 

4081. Harry Easton, b. Sept. 5, i856. 

4082. Flora Vandelia, b. Mar. 6, 1869. 



(1992.) William H. Spofford and Fidelia S. Swan. 

Married Aug. 3, 1847. 



CHILDREN. 



4083. *Clara Frances, b. Nov. 14, 1849; "''• Horace L. 

Peters. 

4084. *Ella Maria, b. May 28, 1852 ; m. VV. S. Far- 



rington. 



4085. Charles Fr.anklin, b. Oct. 29, 1857 ; m. Clara Bean. 

4086. Anna Johnson, b. Apr. 23, 1859. 

(1994.) George Greenleaf Spofford and Julia A. 
Emerson. 

Married Aug. 11, 1S47. 

children. 

4087. Frank E., b. Jan. 3, 1859. 

4088. Fred. S., b. Feb. 13, 1S60. 

4089. Carrie E., b. June 2, 1866. 

4090. George F., b. Mar. 19, 1S73. 

(1995.) Charles M. Spofford and Mary Boston. 

Married May 7, 1856. 

children. 

4091. Fred N., b. Aug. 21, 1862. ^ 

4092. Edith E., b. Nov. 18, 1866. 

4093. May D., b. Apr. 12, 1S74. 

(1996.) Mary A. Spofford and Warren Davis. 

Married June 22, 1856. 



322 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

4094. Annie S., b. June 2, 1859. 

4095. Abbie S., b. Aug. 7, 1864. 

(1998.) Rebecca J. Spoffokd and Charles H. Poor. 

CHILDREN. 

4096. Nellie E., b. 1859. 

4097. Charles A., b. 1863. 

4098. Blanche S., b. 1868. 

(2000.) Nathan J. Spofford and Mary E. Bryant. 

Married May i, 1867; residence, Merrimac, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

4099. Clara B., b. Aug. 14, 1868. 

4100. Sarah A., b. July 14, 1870 ; graduated Merrimac High 

School, 1888. 

4101. Nettie J., b. May 8, 1879. 



(2002.) Harriette Farnham Spofford and Gen. Chas. 

E. HOVEY. 

Gen. Hovey was of Thetford, Vt.; served in tiie War of tiie Rebellion as 
colonel, and brigadier-general of volunteers; made major-general by brevet in 
1865; married, Oct. 9, 1854, at North Andover, Mass.; residence, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

CHILDREN. 

4102. Edward, b. Apr. 9, 1856; died at Bloomington, 111., Nov. 

6, 1859. 

4103. Alfred, b. June 16, 1859; m. Ada Brown. 

4104. Richard, b. May 4, 1864. 

(2003.) Edward C. Spofford and Sarah Snell. 

Married May 10, 1S65; residence, Peabody, Mass. 

CHILD. 

4105. Harry Farnham, b. May r3, 1866. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 323 

(2004.) Ellen E. Spoffokd and John Bray, Jk. 

Married in New York City, Dec. 24, 1873; residence, Washington, D. C. 

CHILDREN. 

4106. Ellen, b. Apr. 3, 1875. 

4107. Lillian F., b. Feb. 24, 1877. 

4108. John VVilliston, b. Feb. 12, 1879. 

(2005.) Caroline C. Spofford and Aaron Gove. 

Married Feb. 13, 1864; residence, Denver, CoL 

children. 

4109. Frank Edward, b. Oct. 29, 1865, in N. Andover, Mass. 

41 10. Aaron Morrill, b. July 12, 1867, in Rutland, 111. 

41 1 1. Ellen Spofford, b. Jan. 29, 1870, in Rutland, 111. 

41 12. Caro, b. Feb. 24, 1879, in Denver, Col. 

(200G.) Lydia F. Spofford and John Williston Cook. 

Married Aug. 26, 1867; residence. Normal, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

41 13. Agnes Spofford, b. Aug. 7, 1873. 

41 14. John Loring, b. Nov. 26, 1874. 



(2012.) Martha Elizabeth Spofford and Amos Kimball. 

Residence, Kingston, N. H. 

children. 

4115. Amos Harvey. 

4116. Daniel Sidney. 

41 17. Ben. Butler. 

41 18. Martha Edna. 

411Q. Mary Elizabeth, » ^ . 
^ ^ ' L twins. 

4120. Thomas Hubbard, ) 

41 2 1. James Spofford, died aged 5 years. 



324 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(2022.) Thomas Spofforu and 

Residence, New York City. 

CHILD. 

4122. Harry. 



(2027.) Charles Spofford and Helen F. Nichols. 

Married Jane, 1S54. 

CHILDREN. 

4123. Jdhn Edward, b. Aug. 30, 1855. 

4124. l-LJRENCE N., b. Apr. 3, 1862 ; m., Sept. 25, 1884, John 

H. McAlmon. 

(2029.) Henry H. Spofford and Elmira J. Wiggin. 

Married Dec. 31, i860; residence. South Groveland, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

4125. Frank N., b. Aug. 28, 1862; m., May i, 1S88, Mary A. 

Marble. 

4126. Walter H., b. Feb. 2. 1865. 

4127. Addie L., b. Oct. 17, 1868. 

4128. Arthur C, b. Oct. 6, 1875. 

(2030.) Alden Spofford and Martha A. Wood. 

Married Nov. 12, 1S71; residence, Soutli Groveland, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

4129. Nellie M., b, Nov. 20, 1872. 

4130. Mary A., b. June 7, 1875. 

4131. George A., b. Sept. 12, 1879. 

4132. Frank H., b. June 22, 1884. 



(2031.) Philena Spofford and Samuel Kimball. 

Resided at Billerica, Mass.; married June 6, 1826. She died April 13, 1834. 

CHILD. 
4133. Matilda, b. Feb. 13, 1828; m. Levi Howe; d. 1857. 



•1 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 325 

(2032.) Mary A. Spofford tiiid Simeon Partridge. 

Residence, Rockland, Me. 

CHILD. 

4134. Rebecca S., b. September, 1833; m. Andrew Reed; res. 

Waltham, Mass. 

(2033.) Abby R. Spofford and Charles Coburn. 

Married July 4, 1829; resided at Lawrence, Mass. She died May 9, 1882. 

CHILDREN. 

4135. Marla. L., b. Apr. 13, 1830; m. Ephraim W. Jones. 

4136. Mary A., b. Sept. 2, 1834; d. Nov. i, 1834. 

4137. Mary A., b. Feb. 12, 1837 ; m. Joseph Butterworth. 

4138. *Charles S., b. June 26, 1842 ; m. Louisa J. Furber. 

(2034.) Capt. Thomas Spofford and Eliza H. Hildreth. 

Married April, 1833; resided at Lawrence, Mass., where he died April 22, 
1S71; his wife died Nov. 21, 1874. He was a man of large presence, and from 
his youth much interested in military matters. 

children. 

4139. Washington Irving, died in infancy, Apr. 4, 1835. 

4140. Ann Elizabeth, died in infancy, Aug. 13, 1836. 

4141. Washington Irving, b. Oct. 15, 1837 ; d. July 31, 1838. 

4142. Thomas Benton, b. May, 1839; d. Apr. 3, 1852; 

a wonderfulinstance of sweetness 
of character, and of fortitude 
under physical suffering. 

4143. Eliza Frances, b. Sept. 2, 1841 ; d. Nov. ^o, 1841. 

4144. *Eliza Francena, b. 1843 ; m. John Grey. 

4145. Frank H., b. July 5, 1847; d. Sept. 5, 1847. 

4146. Jane Iness, b. Oct. 16, 1848; d. Nov., 1850. 

(2035.) Eliza J. Spofford and Jonathan C. White- 
house. 

Residence, Pelham, N. H. 
22 



326 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

4147. *Rebecca a., b. Nov. 22, 1838 ; m. Capt. William R. Spear, 

of Rockland, Me. ; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

4148. Jane E., b. Dec. 29, 1840; m. Isaac C. Marshall, Nov. 

20, 1873 ; res. Pelham, N. H. 

4149. Philena L., b. Mar. 3, 1844; m. Geo. L. Scruten, 1865; 

res. Pelham, N. H. 



(2036.) Jane J. Spofford and Hervey H. Spear. 

Married Nov. 25, 1829; residence, Rockland, Me., and Pelham, N. H. 

CHILDREN, 

4150. Julia Augusta, b. November, 1830; m. Richard B. 

Hilhnan, Jan. 15, 1856. 

4151. Thomas S., m. Betsey Marsh; res. Everett, Mass. 

4152. Otis G., m. Clarinda Brown ; res. Pelham. 

4153. Abbie E., b. July i, 1848; m. George S. Butler. 

4154. Charles William, b. November, 1850; m. Clara E. Spof- 

ford, 



(2037.) Rebekah A. Spofford and Nath'l C. Moore. 

Married April 26, 1836; residence, Georgetown, Mass., and Pelham, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

4155. Olive A., b. July 27, 1837 ; d. Oct. 9, 183S. 

4156. Olive A., b. Aug. 12, 1839; d. Apr. 29, iSSi. 

4157. *Orton, b. Apr. 5, 1843; m. Jennie Greely. 

4158. *M, Jennie, b. Jan. 31, 1847 5 ""*• Otis A. Merrill, of Low- 

ell ; d. Jan. 7, 1882, 



(2039.) Mary Spofford and James Crockett. 

Married Oct. 25, 1825; resided at Rockland, Me., where she died Julv 14, 
1875- 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 327 

CHILDREN. 

4159. Ann M. S., b. Dec. 11, 1826; m. Abner Weeks, Jan, 

27, 1S47 ; res. Rockland, Me. 

4160. Charles S., b. July 10, 1830 ; m. Mary Flint, Mar. 28, 

1854. 

4161. James Henry, b. Aug. 21, 1832 ; died aged 20. 

4162. John Thompson, b. Jan. 27, 1835 ; m. Julia Freeman, June 

3, 1856; res. Mt. Desert, Me. 

4163. JuLLA Ada, b. Feb. 25, 1837 ; m. John Freeman, Sept. 

13, 1862 ; res. Mt. Desert, Me. 

4164. Ellen Sophia, b. Aug. 3, 1839; m. J. C. Johnson, Mar. 

13, 1868 ; res. The Dalles, Oregon. 

4165. Samuel R., b. Dec. 15, 1843; died aged 6. 

4166. Flora McIvOR, b. Apr. 28, 1846; died in infancy. 

4167. George Abner, b. Sept. 2, 1848 ; m. Lucy A. Stevens, 

July 12, 1875 ; res. Rockland, Me. 

4168. Lucy Spofford, b. February, 1S51 ; died in infancy. 

4169. Hezekiah p. C, b. Jan. 16, 1854; ni. Harriet Chapman; 

res. The Dalles, Oregon. 



(2044.) Frederic P. Spofford and Caroline E. Has- 
kell, 

Resided at Deer Isle, Me. She was a daughter of Ignatius Haskell, 3d, and 
Lydia T., his wife. Mr. Spofford died Dec. 15, 1870. 

children. 

4170. Carrie H., b. 1847 ; m., 1872, George D. B. Witham, 

New Gloucester, Me. 

4171. Charles F., b. 1S50; d. 1865. 

4172. Henry C, b. 1853; died aged 2 years. 

4173. George C, b. 1856; d. 1867. 

4174. Sarah M., b. 1858; m., 1875, Frank A. Holden, Deer 

Isle. 

4175. Elmer Pearl, b. 1863 ; m., 1887, Leonora A. Rich, of Bos- 

ton, Mass. ; counsellor at law ; res. Port- 
land, Me. 



32S PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(2045.) Chas. a. Spofford and Lucretia A. Haskell. 

Married June 12, 1856; residence, Deer Isle, Me., and Castine, Me. Mr. 
Spofford graduated at Bowdoin College in 1846; member of the House of Rep- 
resentatives of Maine in 1849; deputy collector of customs for the district of 
Penobscot (now Castine), Me., 1850-1853; member of the Senate of Maine 
from the county of Hancock in 1854; speaker of the House of Representatives 
of Maine in 1857; pursued law studies with Ruggles & Gould, Thomaston, Me.,, 
and C. J. Abbott, Castine; admitted to practice, Hancock County bar, in 1857; 
Democratic nominee for Congress in the Fifth District, Maine; attorney for 
the State for the county of Hancock; member of the House of Representa- 
tives of Maine in 1883. Present positions: president of the "Hancock County 
Bar Association "; collector of customs for the district of Castine, appointed by 
Grover Cleveland, President, in 1886. 

CHILDREN. 

4176. Henry Pearl Averill, b. Mar. S, 1S59 ; m. Julia Hig- 

gins, Sept. 6, 18S5. 

4177. Charles WiNTHROP, b. July 25,1861; d. Oct. 22, 1867. 

4178. ViNNiE Ream, b. Mar. 25, 1870. 

(2046.) Edwin B. Spofford and Elizabeth W. Haskell. 

He was born in Deer Isle, Me., May 20, 1824. 

CHILDREN. 

b. Feb. 26, 1845 
b. Nov. 18, 1846 
b. Nov. 12, 1S50 
b. May 2, 1853 
b. Aug. 25, 1855 
b. Sept. 15, 1859 



(2047.) Sarah H. Spofford and Amos A. Herrick, M. D. 

Resided at Deer Isle, Me., where she died Dec. 7, 1878, her husband having 
died many years before. 

CHILDREN. 

4186. Adeleert a., married a Southern lady. 

4187. Addie H., m. Capt. E. F. Marshall ; both travelling in 

Europe in 1887. 



4179. 


Sarah E., 


4180. 


Ellen, 


4I8I. 


Florence H 


4182. 


May L., 


4183. 


William C, 


4184. 


Eugenia, 


4185. 


George H. 




CHARLES A. SPOFFORD. 
CASTINE, ME. 



THE tim i^^ - 

j A3T0R, LENOX AND ■ 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 329 

(2048.) George W. Spofford and Lucy A. Howard. 

Residence, Deer Isle, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

4188. Sarah Averill, b. June 16, 1857 ; m., Sept. 20, 1886, 

Arthur F. Barney. 

4189. Elmer Ellsworth, b. Aug. 2, 1859 ; m., July 27, 1884, 

Nettie V. Joyce. 

4190. Howard Grant, b. Nov. 29, 1861 ; m., July 25, 1887, 

Jennie M. C. Russ. 

(2049.) Eliza A. Spofford and Wm. F. Collins, M. D. 

He died in 185S, in Deer Isle, Me., leaving a daughter. 

CHILD. 

4191. Nellie Pearl, b. 1857 ; d. 1870. 
Second marriage with George Tolman, of Portland, Me. 

CHILD. 

4192. George Averill, b. 1867. 

(2050.) William H. H. Spofford and Lucv J. Johnsox. 

Both of Deer Isle, Me.; married June 2, 1852; resided at Deer Isle, Me., 
where she died Nov. 12, 1865, aged 32. 

CHILDREN. 

4193. Josephine C, b. Jurie 11, 1853 ; m. F. H. Annis, July 18. 

1876. 

4194. John J., b. Jan. 20, 1857 ; m. E. B. Haskell, Sept. 3, 

1876. 

4195. Eliza A., b. Jan. 9, 1859 ; m. F. H. Parker, Oct. 3, 

'875- 

4196. Lilly May, b. Jan. 21, 1864; d. July 21, 1866. 



33° PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 
Second marriage with Hepsabeth L. Buckminster, October, 1865. 



4^97 
4198 

4199 

4200 
4201 
4202 



CHILDREN. 

Addie L., b. Aug. 25, 1869. 

Lizzie L., b. Dec. 6, 1870. 

Nellie C, b. Dec. 25, 1874; d. Feb. 2, 1881. 

Lilly May, b. Oct. 7, 1876. 

Charles William, b. Feb. 8, 1880. 

Eugene Hale, b. Mar. 30, 1882. 



(2053.) Mary SrorroRD and Ira Gage. 

Married July 5, 1839. She died in New Boston, N. H., July 29, 1873; her 
husband, June 10, 18S4. 

CHILDREN. 

4203. Henry, b. December, 1S45 ; enlisted Dec. 7, 1861, in 

Company K, 7th N. H. Vols.; promoted 
corporal ; wounded July 18, 1863. Re-en- 
listed Feb. 28, 1864; promoted first ser- 
. geant ; promoted first lieutenant, Decem- 
ber, 1864; died of wounds received in 
battle. Jan. 27, 1865. 

4204. J. Augustus, born in New Boston, N. H., Jan. 7, 1847. 

4205. Paul A., born in New Boston, N. H., May 5, 1849. 

(2054.) Esther Pearl Spofford and Jesse S. Burnham. 

Married May 26, 1831; resided at Pelham, N. H. He died Sept. 28, 1847. 

CHILDREN. 

4206. *Gf.orge H., b. May 28, 1S32 ; m. Emeline C. Boutwell. 

4207. Esther M., b. Mar. 13, 1834; m. Daniel Parham, June 

10, i860. 

4208. *Charles S., b. Feb. 9, 1836; m. Sarah J. Avery. 

4209. *Sarah J., b. May 30, 1839 ; m. Chas. Hazen Stickney. 

4210. *Edwin S., b. Sept. i, 1841 ; m. Catherine W. Adams; 

2d, Elizabeth Bacon. 

4211. *Willis G., b. Oct. I, 1843; m. Harriet Gay. 

4212. *Harriet E., b. Sept. 16, 1846; m. Albert F. Parker; 2d, 

Adolph S. Batchelder. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 331 

Second marriage with Daniel Atwood, of Pelham, N. H. 

CHILD. 

4213. Daniel Pearl. 

(2050.) Aaeox p. Spoffoed and Martha A. Way. 

Married September^ 1841; residence, Marshfield, Vt. 

CHILD. 

4214. Samuel Way, b. Rochester, Vt., Oct. 4, 1842; res. Brook- 

line, Mass. ; business in Boston. 

Second marriage with Lydia Pike, May 6, 1852. 

CHILD. 

4215. *Edna, b. Marshfield, Vt., May 7, 1853; m. Frank M. 

Bohonon, Jan. 31, 1883; res. Marshfield, Vt. 

(2057.) John Spofford and Mary Taylor. 

Resided at Oshkosh, Wis. Pie died July, 1887. 



CHILDREN. 



4216. Fannie, deceased. 
■4217. Fred. 
4218. Darius. 



4219. Alonzo. 

4220. Lyman. 

4221. Stella. 



(2058.) Elizabeth P. Spoffoud and Moody Hobbs. 

Married August, 1835. ^i^^- Hobbs died May 18, 1863; her husband, Sep- 
tember, 1880. 

CHILDREN. 

4222. *Mary Elizabeth, b. June 29, 1836; m. Enoch W. Marsh. 

4223. Charles William, b. October, 1837 ; d. July 6, 1843. 

4224. *Charles William, b. Nov. 5, 1844; m. Abbie J. Sleeper. 

4225. James Winthrop, b. Dec. 3, 1847 ; d. Sept. 6, 1865. 



(2059.) Sarah Spofford and Darius Stickney. 

Married Dec. 28, 1837; resided at Pelham, N. H., where she died March 12, 
1849. 



332 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

4226. Edwin A., b. January, 1839; ^- J^'b'' 1841. 

4227. Ellen E., b. June, 1842 ; d. October, 1846. 

4228. *Frank, b. March 7, 1849 '■> '""• Serena Batchelder. 

(2060.) Frederic A. Spofford and Mary SticivNEY. 

Married 1840; residence, Lowell, Mass. 

CHILD. 

4229. Elizabeth E., b. Apr. 29, 1856 ; d. Dec. 3, 1874. 

(2061.) David Spofford and Lucinda Hall. 

She was of Dover, N. H.; married Sept. 19, 1850; residence, Haverhill, Mass. 

CHILD. 

4230. Harry H., born in Lowell, Mass., Sept. 21, 185 1 ; m., Oct. 

14, 1880, Sarah G. Hastuigs, who was born 
m Wilmington, Vt., Feb. 7, 1848. 

(2062.) Susan A. Spofford and Asa Stickney. 

Married April iS, 1844; resided at Pelham, N. H. She died in Charleston, 
S. C, June 15, 1861; her husband died Dec. 18, 1886. 

children. 

4231. *Alice M., b. Mar. 10, 1845 ; m. Clarence N. Gage. 

4232. *Truman R., b. Nov. 2, 1847 ; m. Emma B. Prescott. 

(2063.) Moses Spofford and Achsah A. Butler. 

Married 1848; settled in Pelham, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

4333- *Otis D., b. Apr. 30, 1849; ""'• Josephine Blackburn. 
4234. Clara E., b. Nov. 29, 1859 ; m. Charles W. Speare, 1879. 

(2066.) Sophia Spofford and Henry M. Hooke, M. D. 

He was of Brentwood, N. H.; married April lO, 1850; settled in Lowell^ 
Mass. Dr. Hooke died March 3, 1868. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 333 

CHILDREN. 

4235. Louie A., b. May 21, 1854; m., Oct. 19, 1S81, Edward 

Ellingwood, of Lowell, Mass. She died 
Aug. 13, 1882, leaving an infant daughter. 

4236. Charles H., b. June 10, 1862. 

(2067.) Pamelia Spofford and William Dodge. 

Married Dec. iS, 1851; resided at New Boston, N. H., where he died May 7, 
1883. Mrs. Dodge died in Leominster, Mass., Jan. 9, 1886. 

CHILDREN. 

4237. LuELLA, b. July, 1853; d. Nov. 27, 1858. 

4238. Minnie, b. July, 1856; d. Dec. 28. 1858. 

4239. Georgietta, b. June i, 1859; rn., Oct. 17, 1883, John A. 

Mudgett. 

4240. William H., b. Feb. 2, 1865. 



(2070.) Harriet Spofford and Walter E. Tolman. 

Married April 17, 1836; removed from Rockland, Me., to Portland, Me., 
where Mrs. Tolman died April 20, 1884. 

CHILDREN. 

4241. Norman, m. ; res. Portland, Me. 

4242. *George, m. Mrs. Eliza (Spofiford) Collins; res. Portland, 

Me. 

4243. Walter, m. Deborah B. Eels ; he is general freight agent 

Portland and Ogdensburg Railroad. 

4244. "^Mary H., b. Jan. 25, 1846 ; m. Benjamin F. Andrews. 

(2071.) Dudley P. Spofford and Hannah Harden. 

Removed from Rockland, Me., to Chicago, 111., where the surviving members 
of the family reside. The father is deceased. 

CHILl:)REN. 

4250. Edna, deceased. 

4251. Clara, deceased. 

4252. Harding, deceased. 

4253. William, deceased. 



4245 


John. 


4246 


Dudley. 


4247 


Harriet. 


4248 


George. 


4249 


Nathaniel 



334 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

(2073.) JoHX T. Spofford and Mary Fuller. 

Married September, 1847; residence, Rockland, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

4254. Samuel F., m. Lizzie E. Parker; res. Vinal Haven, Me. 

4255. Hanna J., m. Stone ; res. Springfield, Mass. 

4256. Franklin M., m. Lizzie Tripp. 

4257. Angie K., 

(2074.) Abby a. R.. Spofford and Joseph Farwell. 

Married 1843; resided at Rockland, Me., where she died long ago. 

children. 

4258. William. 

4259. Joseph, died in infancy. 



1 



(2078.) Joseph B. Spofford and Sarah Gray. 

Lived in ^Manchester, N. H. She was of Buxton, Me. He was a carpenter by 
trade; went to California in 1849; "^li^d there June, 185 1. 



CHILDREN. 

4260. Huntress, b. Aug. 2, 1841 ; d. Nov. 17, 1879. 

4261. Lucy Maria, b. July 23, 1843 ; m-, 1866, George H. Ful- 

ler ; res. Haverhill, Mass. 

Second marriage with' Caroline S. Wilson. 

CHILD. 

4262. *JosEPH B., b. 1848 ; m. Barbara A. Curtis. 



(2080.) Jason Spofford and Susan E. Parsons. 

Married Jan. i, 1849; residence, Chester, N. H. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 335 



4263 
4264 
4265 
4266 
4267 
4268 
4269 
4270 
4271 



CHILDREN. 

Sebastian, b. Sept. 21, 1850; d. May [9, 1858. 

Jason, b. July 28, 1852 ; res. Amesbury, Mass. 

Caroline J., b. Oct. 14, 1854; res. Tilton, N. H. 

Albert, b. Oct. 21, 1856; res. Amesbury, Mass. 

Charles P., b. Aug. 21, 1859; ^^s- Amesbury, Mass. 

George M., b. Jan. 7, 1S62; res. Amesbury, Mass. 

Elmer E., b. July 3, 1864. 

Alice G., b. Aug. 25, 1869. 

OsMAN, b. Jan. 27, 1872. 



(2098.) Mary A. Spofford and Thomas Pillsbury. 

Married May 28, 1846; settled in Manchester, N. H., later in East Derry, 
N. H. He was of Newburyport, Mass.; died Feb. 28, 1875. 



children. 

4272. Clara A., b. Apr. 19, 1847 ; d. Aug. 12, 1854. 

4273. *Warren W., b. Sept. 10, 1848; m. Anna Louise Williams. 

4274. Lizzie I., b. July 11, 1853; m. John A. Wilson, of 

Windham, N. H., Oct. 21, 1886. 

4275. Arthur F., b. Nov. 9, 1857 ; d. Feb. 21, 1875, at East 

Derry, 

(2100.) Benjamin Spofford and Emeline Porter. 

Residence, Manchester, N. H. She was of Amherst, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

4276. Ella, b. Nov. 25, 1857; d. March, 1861. 

4277. Charles B., b. Feb. 18, 1863 ; m. Miss Nourse, of New- 

port, N. H. ; res. Claremont, N. H., where 
he is a druggist. 

(2101.) Amos Spofford and Ann E. Wood. 

He died Dec. 15, 1882; his widow resides in Manchester, N. H. 



(2107.) Mary Spofford and Ezra Currier. 

Residence, Danville, N. H. 

children. 

4288. Perlev. 4289. Osmond S. 

(2108.) Lucy Ann Spofford and Alden E. Colby. 

Residence, Danville, N. H. 



336 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 

CHILDREN. 

4278. Emily J-. born in Auburn, N. H., Nov. 11, 1851; m. 

Robert I. Sterns; res. Manchester, N. H. 

4279. Sarah E., born in Auburn, N. H., Mar. 8, 1853. 

4280. *Kate E., b. Oct. 26, 1854; m. Arthur E. Carpenter. 

4281. *Electa F., b. 1857 ; m. Andrew J. Hersey. 

4282. *Ellen L.. b. Aug. 16, 1859; m. Thomas McAlpine. 

(2103.) Hannah H, Spofford and Geo. W. Moulton. 

Married May 29, 1837. ^^ ^^^ of Braintree, Vt. ; residence, Merrimack, N. H. 

CHILDREN. j 

4283. Jennie Maria, b. Aug. 7, 1858; d. Dec. 8, 1872. i 

4284. Sarah Celia, born at Merrimack, N. H., Mar. i, 1867. i 

4285. Annie Laura, born at Merrimack, N. H., Jan. 29, 1869. ; 

] 
(2104.) LiDiA D. Spofford and Rev. F. O. Ward. ; 

Married July, i860; residence, Augusta, Me. I 

CHILD. i 

4286. Charles Franklin, b. Feb. i, 1862. ' 
(2106.) Charles Spofford and Lizzie Robie. 

Married November, 1866; residence, Auburn, N. H. 

CHILD. i 

I 

4287. George Earl, b. June 2, 1869. . : 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 337 



CHILDREN, 



4290. Osmond S., died aged 18. 

4291. Lester A. 



4292. Herbert E. 

4293. Charlotte M. 



(2109.) Moses Spoffoijd and E. S. Tewkesbury. 

Married 1845; residence, Danville, X. H., which town he represented as a 
Republican in the State Legislature in 1887. By occupation a carpenter, box 
manufacturer, and farmer. A letter from his pen, denying the inspiration of the 
assassin Guiteau, was read to the jury with effect. 

CHILDREN. 

4294. *Mary E., in. C. H. Fiske. 

4295. *Alden E., b. Feb. 28, 1848 ; m. Nellie M. Elkins. 

4296. Eliza E., m. W. C. VVhitcher, Stoneham, Mass. 

4297. Ezra Gale, b. Oct. 10, 1852 ; res. Albany, N. Y. 



(2114.) JosiAH H. Spofford and Nancy Smith. 

Both of Buxton, Me.; resided at Portland, Me., where Mrs. Spofford died Jan. 
23, 1850. The father, Josiah Spofford, died Feb. 17, 1868. 



4298 
4299 
4300 

4301 
4302 

4303 
4304 
4305 



CHILDREN. 

Harriet Irene, b. Aug. 24, 1835 ; d. 1853. 

Nancy J., b. Dec. 24, 1836 ; d. 1856. 
*Henrietta Augusta, b. Apr. 19, 1838 ; m. Gardner Libbey. 

Albert S., b. Dec. 6, 1840; d. 1842. 

*Martha Amelia, b. Mar. i, 1842 ; m. Jairus Mann. 

Sarah Frances, b. Apr. 6, 1844; d. 1845. 

Frances Ellen, b. May 28, 1846 ; d. 1847. 

*George Albert, b. Aug. 10, 1848 ; m. Emma Procter. 



Second marriage with Frances Rogers, of Rockland, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

4306. *JuLiA Frances, m. Charles Chase. 

4307. *Charles E., b. Mar. 3, 1856 ; in. Annie Delnoe. 

(2115.) Benjamin W. Spofford and Ruth Merrill. 

Married June 7, 1835; settled in Buxton, Me., on the homestead of his father. 
Col. Amos Spofford, where he died July 29, 1882. 



338 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



4308. 

4309- 
4310. 

4311- 
4312. 

4313- 



CHILDREN. 

*Elizareth M., b. Oct. 15, 1837 ; m. Humphrey Webster. 
*Ali\iira M., m. Charles E. Hill. 

b. May, 1844; m., Dec. 25, 1880, Emily 
O. Moore ; res. Brainard, Minn. 

b. June 28, 1848 ; m. Abby Lane. 

b. Apr. 20, 185 1 ; m. Carrie Donnell. 

b. June 18, 1854. 



Edwin R., 

*Frank S., 
Charles F., 
Ansel M., 



(2116.) Harriet H. Spofford and Dudley Winslow. 

Settled in Epping, N. H. 



CHILDREN. 



4314. Jane D., 



m. Samuel Cram, Dorchester, Mass. She died 
leaving two children, George and Hattie. 
4315. Charles H., died at Fortress Monroe, of fever, in 1864, a 

soldier in the Union Armv. 



(2117.) Dorcas Annie Spofford and Moses Holbrook. 

Settled in HoUiston, ]\iass., where he died May 11, 1870. 



4316. 
4317- 



4318. 
4319- 



CHILDREN. 

Albert Melville, deceased. 
*George Herbert, a corporal in Company K, 58th Mass. 

Vols. He died from a wound in the 
head, at Mount Pleasant Hospital, 
Washington, D.C., April, 1865. Lieut. 
A. M. Dudley, his superior officer, 
wrote to his friends, " George was a 
noble boy, one of the best men in 
my company, and loved by all with 
whom he became acquainted." 



Mary Elizabeth. 
*Emma Augusta, 



m. John Wheeler. 



(2118.) Martha J. Spofford and Frank S. Doe. 

Married Feb. 5, 1846; resided at New Market, N. H. He died Feb. II, 1882. 
The mother died Oct. 22, 1882, in HoUiston, Mass. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 339 

CHILDREN. 

4320. , b. Jan. 18, 1S47 ; d. Jan. 21, 1847. 

4321. Mary E., b. Aug. ly, 1848. 

4322. Frank H,, b. Aug. 27, 1854; d. Aug. 10, 1858. 

(2119.) ErriE L. Spofford and L. J. Priest. 

Settled in New Market, N. H. 

CHILD. 

4323. *Albert Melville, b. Feb. 6, 1857; m. Sarah A. Ritchie. 



(2121.) Charlotte H. Spofford and Wm. Harrison 
Webster. 

Married Nov. 2, 1848; residence, Haverhill, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

4324. Helen Maria, b. Feb. 13, 1850; died aged 7 months, 10 

da3's. 

4325. Clara Frances, b. Mar. 24, 185 1. 



(2131.) Sarah E. Harriman and Oliver A. Blackinton. 

Married 1852; residence, Rowley, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

4326. Eva J., b. Aug. 10, 1853 ; m. Geo. A. Titcomb. 

4327. Horace H., b. Aug. 30, 1855 ; d. July 19, 1859. 

4328. Carrie E., b. June 20, 1861. 

4329. Mary, b. Dec. 14, 1865 ; m. William Elwell. 

(2132.) Hiram N. Harrimax and Sarah A. Hardy. 

Married Nov. 3, 1858, she being a daughter of Nathan and Phebe (Harriman) 
Hardy, of Groveland. Mr. Harriman is one of the editors of the Georgetown 
Advocate; residence, Georgetown, Mass. 



34° PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



CHILDREN. 



4330. Hiram August, b. May, 1866. 

4331. Mary Louisa, b. Aug., 1872. 



(2136.) George B. Austin and Charlotte T. Pearl. 

Married 18S6. 

CHILD. 

4332. Charles Francis, b. May 2, 1867. 

(2138.) Harriet E. Austin and James Whitney. 

Married Nov. 29, 1877. 

CHILDREN. 

4333. Mary Cleora, born in Gorham, Me., Nov. 22, 1880. 

4334. Chester N., born in W. Boxford, Mass., Aug. 18, 1883.. 

(2139.) JosERH S. Austin and Jennie S. Newton. 

Married in Chicago, 111., Dec. 25, 1876. 

CHILDREN. 

4335. Hattie B., born in Chicago, 111., Jan. 16, 1879. 

4336. Mansfield, born in Topeka, Kan., January, 1881. 



(2145.) Kebecca F. Spofford and Samuel Killam. 

Married Nov. 26, 185 1; residence, Boxford, Mass. 



4337 
4338 
4339 
4340 
4341 
4342 
4343 
4344 



children. 

Caroline B., b. Oct. 20, 1852 ; d. Feb. 24, 1857. 

Phineas S., b. Jan. 10, 1855. 

Amos F., b. Nov. 30, 1856. 

Frances E., b. Sept. 14, 1858. 

Clara H., b. Aug. 25, i860. 

Franjc \V., b. Oct. 17, 1 86 1. 

Lois H., b. Aug. 3, 1863, 

Harriet J., b. Sept. 30, 1865. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN ERaiTlI. 34T 

(2147.) Eliza J. Spofford miuI Lorenzo D. Wheeler. 

He was of Swansey, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

4345. Semira a., b. Apr. 5, 1845. 

4346. Harriet F., b. Feb. 2, 1849 ; m. Loren U. Hammond. 

4347. Emma J., b. Nov. 6, 185 1. 

4348. Frank ¥., h. Oct. 11, 1862. 

(2149.) Julia M. Spofford :ind Joseph B. Perkixs. 

Married Nov. 3, 1848. He was born in Boxford, Mass., Jan. 30, 1825. 



4349 
4350 
4351 
4352 
4353 



CHILDREN. 

Harriet J., b. Jan. 6, 185 1 
Fannie J., b. Aug. 4, 1853 
Charles A., b. Jul}' 30, 1855 
Abbie M., b. Oct. 7, 1857 
Arthur W., b. Oct. 3, 1863 



(2150.) Mehitable Spofford and John Hale. 

Married Aug. 13, 1854; residence, (Jeorgetown, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

4354- Samuel F., K q^^_ ^^^ ^g ^ September, 1856. 

4355- William B., ) 

4356. Clarence H., b. Feb. 22, 1858; m. Florence D. Mc- 

Laine, Sept. 21, 1886. 

4357. Alice A., b. Oct. 27, i860; married in Philadelphia, 

Pa., Aug. 16, 1887, C. E. Shriener. 

(2152,) Daniel Webster Spofford and E. A. Folsom. 

Married Oct. 8, 1865; residence, Georgetown, Mass. He served during the 
•entire War of tlie Rebellion, enlisting in Company A, 19th Regiment, Mass. Vols. 

child. 

.4358. William W. (adopted), m. Belle Long; res. Chelsea, Mass. 

a machinist by trade. 
23 



342 PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 



(21o4.) Israel Spofford -.uu] Rebecca P. Stocker. 

Married .May 25, 1871; residence, West Boxford, Mass., on the farm which has. 
been the home of the family for five generations. 



4359 
4360 

4361 
4362 

4363 
4364 



CHILDREN. 

Carrie Emma, b. Sept. 28, 1872 

Allan Pierce, b. Dec. 3, 1874 
Bertram Horner, b. July 24, 1876 
Hattie Rebecca, b. July 16, 1877 
Jennie Foster, b. .A.pr. 17, 1879 
Grace Winifred, b. Feb. 18, 1887 



(2155.) Mary A. P. Spofford and Horace Tibbets. 

She was of Boxford, Mass.; he of Sanford, Me. Married June 22, 1845 ^ 
resided at Marietta, Ohio, where Mr. Tibbets died Jan. 17, 1869, aged 46 years,, 
9 months, 13 days. 

CHILDREN. 

4365. A daughter, b. June 24, 1847. 

4366. Alice E., b. June 23, 1848 ; d. Sept. 6, 1849. 

4367. Walter L., b. June 10, 1850. 

4368. *Herbert L., b. Mar. 21, 1852 ; m. Miss Branson. 

4369. Agnes B., b. May 17, 1855; m., Nov. 24, 1885, Thos., 

Ewart, Marietta, Ohio. 

4370. Ernest C, b. Apr. 16, 1857. 

4371. Clarence S., b. Apr. 14, 1866. 

Second marriage with Isaac Atkinson, Jan. 28, 1884; res. Marietta, Ohio. 



(2157.) Thomas L. Spofford and Mary G. Day. 

Married 1853; residence, Boxford, Mass. Mrs. Spofford died at Georgetown, 
Mass., May 18, 1S77. 

CHILDREN. 

4372. *Alice Ermina, b. Mar. 21, 1854; m. Rev. Wm. D. Athern. 
4373- Eva Reynolds, b. Apr. 5, 1857; d. June 11, 1881. 

4374. *Clara Newton, b. Apr. 2,1859; m. Walter L. Kimball 

4375. Mary Arbie, b. Sept. 5. 1865 ; d. Sept. 22, 1866. 



PARENTS SEVENTH GENERATION, CHILDREN EIGHTH. 343 



(2158.) Frances N. Spofford and Mary S. Lord. 

Married Nov. 12, 1861. He died at Wawarsing, N. V., June 17, 1871. She 
died at Charlestown in 1885 or 1886. 

CHILDREN. 

4376. Arthur Lord, born at Deerpark, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1S64. 

4377. Carrie Augusta, born at Wawarsing, N. Y.. Feb. S, 1868 ; 

died at Charlestown, Mass., Mar. 29, 
i88t. 



'344 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



parents €iahtb (Bcncration, (£biI^ren Hintb. 



(2163.) Maryix Spafford and Caroline Abbe. 

Formerly of Willimantic, Conn. 

CHILD. 

4378. Jessie. 

(2164.) CiiAKLES Spafford and Celia L. Tingsley 

Formerly of Willimantic, Conn. 

children. 

4379. Almira. 4380. Mary C. 



(2169.) Laura Spafford and Allen Darling. 

She died 1853, aged 32; her husband died about 1855. 

children. 
4381. Henry. 4382. Judson. 4383. Harriet. 

All are married, living in Southern New York. 

(2171.) Amos Spafford and . 

Residence, Fairbault, Minn. 

CHILD. 

4384. Frederick; a young man of high culture and great prom- 
ise, died at twenty-one years of age. 

(2172.) Key. Russell H. Spafford and . 

I'astor of a ISajitist church in New Buffalo, Mich. 



CHILD. 



4385. SoPHL\, m. Rev. E. D. Rundell, State Sunday-school mis- 
sionary of Michigan ; res. New Buffalo, Mich. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 345-. 

(2173.) Rev. Lysander E. Spaff(ird and Jane J.. 

M.ANNING. 

Married Feb. 13, 1S51; residence, Bellevue, Mich., where he is pastor of a. 
Baptist church. 

CHILDREN. 

4386. *Lysander E., b. Sept. 24, 1855 ; m, Lizzie Spencer. 
4387- Jennie E., b. July 28, 1867; in school in Kalamazoo. 

College, in 1887. 

(2174.) Hannah Sophia Spafford and Horace Hose-. 

BOOM. 

Married Feb. 23, 1853. He was of Westford, Otsego County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

4388. Mary J., m., October, 1873, S. B. Borst, Lawyersville, N. Y.. 

4389. Annette, m. ■ . 



(2176.) Huldah Spafford and Caleb Slauson. 

They were of Greene, Chenango County, N. Y.; both deceased. 

CHILD. 

4390. Polly, m. Courtland W. Gross; res. Greene, N. Y. Chil-. 

dren : John and Carl. 

(2177.) Miranda A. Spafford and William C. Dunn., 

CHILDREN. 

4391. Jehiel S., b. May 17, 1846; m. Francis Aldridge, 1872; 

res. Oxford, Chenango County, N. Y.. 
Children : William and George. 

4392. Elvira A., b. July 26, 1854; d. July 29, 1873. 

4393. William E., b. July 23, 1S56; m. Emma . 

4394. Cora, ] { m. Henry A. Purdy, of 

{ Greene, N. Y. A son, 



y b. Dec. 4, i860; -; 



William. 



4395. Carrie, J [ deceased. 

Mrs. Dunn, after her husband's decease, married. David Prince, of Chenango, 
Forks, Broome County, N. Y. 



346 PARENTS EIGHTH GEXERATIOX, CHH.DREN NINTH. ' 

I 

(2178.) John Ellis Spafford and Axna Gross. : 

Married Sept. 20, 1854; residence, Greene, N. Y. ; 

CHILDREN. I 

4396. Ida, b. J'-iiTC 21, 1857; m. Daniel Ainsworth ; res. ; 

Greene, N. Y. Children : Daniel and Olivia. 

4397. Hubert, b. Mar. 20, 1S60; m. Jennie Bailey. | 

! 

(2179.) Ansox F. Spafford and Harriet Aldridge. i 

Married X'ovember, 1857; residence, Bingham ton, X^. Y. 1 

CHILDREN. ■ 

4398. Maria, b. Sept. 10, 1858; m. Mr. Angell, of Morris, i 

Otsego County, N. Y., June, 1876 ; d. 1878. 1 

4399. Another child, died young. ; 

(2180.) Marshall E. Spafford and Sarah Joslyx. j 

Married December, 1861; residence, X'ineveh, X''. Y. j 

CHILDREN. ■ I 

4400. Frances, m., 1887, Robert Warner, Windsor, N. Y. 

4401. Bertha. ^ 

! 

(2181.) Pamelia Spofford and Norman Manning. j 

Married March 14, 1S59; residence, Yonkers, X'. Y. He died X^ov. 28, 1872. 

CHILDREN. 

4402. Elmer J., b. June 6, i860. *; 

4403. Carrie L., b. Aug. 27, 1864. 

4404. Charles E., b. May 14, 1867. j 

4405. Frederic, b. Mar. 1S70; d. 1872. j 

j 

i 
i 

, 1 



(2182.) Lydia Spafford and John Tryon. 

Cjf Xorthfield, Ohio. Mrs. Tryon died in 1853, aged 32 years. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 347 

CHILDREN. 

4406. EvALiNE. m. Henry Pile ; res. Northfield, Ohio. 

4407. Lucas, res. Northfield, Ohio. 

4408. Annette, m. E. B. Williams ; res. Footeville, Ashtabula 

County, Ohio. 

(2184.) Almon J. Spafford and Laura AVashburn. 

Both of Northfield, Ohio; residence, Bedford, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

4409. Jennie, m. G. Breaney; res. Bedford, Ohio. 

4410. Julia, m. J. W. Walton ; res. Bedford, Ohio. 

441 1. Addie, m. George Shock. 

4412. Frank R. 

(2185.) Zulema SrAFFORD and Samuel Leslie. 

Residence, Northfield, Ohio. 

children. 

4413. James, > 

4414. Nathan, > res. Northfield, Ohio. 

4415. William, ' 

(2186.) Jason Spafford and Philena Ciiaxsox. 

Northfield, Ohio. He died 1876, aged 45 years. 

CHILD. 

4416. Ammarilla, m. Joseph Carter; res. Twinsburg, Ohio. 
(2187.) Seth a. Spafford and Irena Tenant. 

He is a merchant in Grand Rapids, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

4417. Edward A., b. 1862 ; m., Jan. i, 1884, Anna Frechette. 

4418. Minnie, b. 1864; m., Feb. 11, 1885, Irving E. Philleo ; 

res. Grand Rapids, Wis. 

4419. Mamie E., b. 1866; ni., Jan. 12, 1887, Anson M. Pride; 

res. Appleton, Wis., and Grand Rapids, Wis. 

4420. Tillie D., b. 1870. 

4421. Seth A., b. 1872. 



348 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATIOX, CHILDREN NINTH. 



(2196.) Hiram Spafford and Abby A. Thomas. 

Married April 24, 1849; resided at Footeville, Ashtaljula County, Ohio. Mrs.. 
Spafford died Feb. 15, i88j. 

CHILDREN. 

4422. Alice v., b. Jan. 26, 1851, Bedford, Ohio; d. Sept. 27, 

1866. 

4423. Edward A., b. Sept. i, 1852; m. Cynthia Hyneman ; res. 

Footeville. Ohio. A daughter, Opal, b. Oct. 
7, 1887. 

4424. Abby A., b. Apr. 14, 1862 ; m. John Proctor ; res. Trum- 

bull, Ohio. Children: Erme V., b. 1879; 
Frank O., b. 1881. 



(•2201.) Cordelia E. Spafford and Samuel Warn. ; 

Married March 11, 1S46, in Columbus City, Iowa; lived in Lake City, Minn., j 
and for twenty years in Ellsworth, Pierce County, Wis. Samuel Warn died Feb. . ; 
9, 1883. [ 

CHILDREN. 

4425. William N., b. Nov. i, 1850; m. Flora L. Knapp, of Es- , 

draile, Wis., Mar. 9, 1873 ; res. Minne- ! 

apolis, Minn. Children : Milton, b. 1877 ; 1 

Arthur, b. 1879; Mary, b. 1887. I 

4426. Jennie E., b. Nov. 10, 1853; m. James P. Griggs, Sept. 

ID, 1868 ; res. Beldenville, Pierce County, 
Wis, A daughter, Nettie, m. Mr. Lagranda. 

4427. Ella A., b. Apr. 7, 1858; m. C. J. Peterson; res. Ells- 

worth, Wis. Children : Ida M., Clara C. 

4428. Orlean, b. Dec. 24, 1859 ; m. Nellie Baker, of Oak j 

Grove, Pierce County, Wis., Jan. 23, 1883. > 

4429. Annette O., b. June 23, 1862 ; m. William McEwen, of 1 

Beldenville, Wis.,. May 5, 1878 ; res. Tempe, 
INLiricopa County,, Ariz. Children : Viola, 
Mark. ' : 

■■ ( 

1 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 349 

(2211.) Allen C. Spafford iuu\ Nancy Watts. 

Married May 11, 1882; residence, Compton, Quebec, where he is a farmer. 

CHILD. 

4430. Ada, b. Apr. 20, 1885. 



(2237.) Jennie A. Doak and Charles Weston. 

Married Tune 3, 1861; residence, Burnette, Dodge County, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 



4431. John. 

4432. Marion. 

4433. George. 



4434. Jennie. 

4435. Alfred. 

4436. William. 



(2238.) George O. Doak and Catharine Sleeper. 

Married Sept. 17, 1873; residence, Coaticoke, Stanstead County, Quebec. 



CHILDREN. 



4437. Harry. 

4438. Algernon. 

4439. Euphon. 



4440. George. 

4441. Catharine., 



(2243.) Robert W. Doak and Lizzie Tisdale. 

Married Nov. 4, 1885; residence, Compton, Quebec. 



CHILDREN. 



4442. Lillian. 

4443. Florence. 



4444. Vernon. 

4445. Broughton. 



(2248.) Sidney Stevens and Harriet Flanders. 

Married October, 1878; residence, Stanstead, Province of Quebec. Mr. Stevens 
is a manager of the Eastern Township Bank, Stanstead; his wife, a daughter of 
the late Rev. Rufus A. Flanders. 

CHILDREN. 

4446. Mabel, b. 1880; d. 1883. 

4447. Ruth, b. 1884. 

4448. Gardner Green, b. 1886. 



35 o PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN' NINTH. 

(2249.) Clara J. Stevens and H. E. Williams. 

Married September, 1876; residence, Kiiowlton, Province of Quebec. 

CHILDREN. 

4449. Mary Spafford, b. 1877. 

4450. Harry, b. 1880. 

4451. Helen, b. 1883. 

4452. Clara Louise, b. 1886. 



(2257.) John N. Butterfield and Hester Y. Ixgalls. 

Married, Nov. 25, 1871, at Granby, Quebec; residence, Cedar Falls, Iowa. 

CHILD. 

4453. Charles Edmund, born in Chicago, III, May 13, 1873. 



(22G0.) Sidney L. Spafforu and Kate L. Chilson, 

Married 1877; residence, Casselton, Province of Quebec. 



CHILDREN. 



4454. Ernest E., b. Nov. 6, 1878. 

4455. Claud F., b. Feb. 19, 1880. 

4456. Arthur L., b. June 9, 1882. 

4457. Nellie B., b. Nov. i, 1886. 



I 



(2264.) Edward N. Spafford and Mary Belle Ryan. 

Married Jan. i, 1877; residence, Shingle Creek, Minn. 

CHILD. 

4458. Melvin, b. 1885. 
(2265.) Ellen A. Spafford and Fred. D. AVright. 

He was of Greensboro, Vt.; married March 23, 1876. She died Sept. 2, 1882, ' 
at Manchester, N. H. 

CHILD. 

4459. Annie E., b. Apr. 29, 1878, at East Craftsbury. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 351 

(2267.) Flora E. Spafford and W. E. Stoddard. 

Married May 21, 1881 : residence, East (Jalais, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

4460. Charles E.. b. Oct. 17, 1882. 

4461. Alice Edith, b. Aug. 31, 1884. 



(2274.) Adeline E. Spafford and E. T. Snyder. 

Married July 23, 1S76; residence. Minneapolis, Minn. 

CHILDREN. 

4462. Alvin T., b. Aug. 7, 1877. 

4463. Marion A., h. Dec. 16, 1878. 

4464. Ernest W., b. Mar. 3, 1880. 

4465. Edna, b. Oct. 18, 1885. 

(2276.) ]\IiLES A. Spafford and Frankie McLure. 

Married June 29, 1S81; residence. Star Prairie, St. Croix County, Wis. 

children. 

4466. Elkelin, b. Jan. 20, 1883. 

4467. Lillian, b. Dec. 25, 1885. 

4468. A son. 



(2292.) Rev. Perkin B. Fiske and Harriet L. Bigelow. 

Married 1863. Mr. FislvC graduated at Bangor Theological Seminary, 1863; 
pastor Congregational Church, Dracut, Mass., 1863-1865; Peacham, Vt., 1866- 
1870; Lyndonville, Vt., 1870-1874; Springfield, Vt., 1875-1878; Lake City, 
Minn., 1878-1883; agent Carleton College, Northfield, ]\Iinn., 1883-1885; 
pastor in Florida; address. Mount Dora, Orange County (1886). Has published 
a history of his native town (Waitsfield, Vt.), a few sermons, and some music. 

children. 

4469. Flora, b. 1865. 

4470. George S., b. 1868 ; foreman printer at eighteen years old 

4471. Fidelia, b. 1870; student Rollins College, Winter Park 

Fla., 1887. 

4472. Grace H., b. 1874. 



35^ PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



(221)7.) Levi S. Taylor and Lucia Skinner. 

Married January, 1857; resided at Lamuille, 111., and Lowell, Mass., where 
he died May 20, 1863. He was a machinist by trade, and a teacher of vocal and 
instrumental music; his widow married again, and resides in Hoosick Falls, N.Y. 

CHILD. 

4473. Hp:rbert Eugene, b. Mar. 7, 185S ; m. Mary S. Higgins ; 

res. Hoosick Falls, N. \'. 



(2300.) L. E. Forrest Spofford and Sarah McCall. 

Married at Norwich, Conn., Aug. 11, 1S67, he being at one time librarian of 
the Otis Library there. ]\Ir. Spofford entered the Union Army, Sept. 21, 1861, 
served in Burnside's expedition in North Carolina, fought .in the engagements at 
Roanoke Island, Newbern, and Fort Macon, and later at South Mountain and 
Antietam, where he lost an arm, being again wounded at Walthall Junction. 
He was promoted to sergeant, Aug. i, 1862, and sergeant-major, Jan. i, 1863, 
He was afterward in government employ in Washington, D. C, where he died 
Sept. 16, 1878. 

CHILD. 

' \ 

4474. Lillian, b. July 13, 1876. 



(2o02.) Geo. Sullivan Spofford and Mary E. Church. 

Married in 1869; settled in East Fairham, Province of (Quebec; afterward in 
Fairfax County, Va. 

CHILD. 

4475. Addie May, b. Oct. 31, 1872. 

(2303.) JuDSON Spofford and Nellie F. Goodall. 

Mr. Spofford served in the Union Army during the Rebellion, being less than 
nineteen years when honorably discharged at the close of the war. He was 
wounded by a minie-ball, which entered his right side and passed through both 
lungs, lodging in the left armpit. He was appointed, by President Garheld, as 
postmaster of Huntington, West Virginia, whence he removed to Boise City, 
Idaho; married Sept. 23, 1868. 

CHILDREN. 

4476. Lyman Henry, b. Aug.. 6, 1869. 

4477. Edith Evangeline, b. June 19, 1871. 

4478. Inez Virginia, b. Oct. 30, 1879. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 353 



(230(5.) Mary C. Spofford and Rev, Wm. H. Cutler. 

Mrs. Cutler is a person of literary tastes and an able \\riter. She «as a gradu- 
ate of Salem Normal School, and for several years a successful teacher there. 
Mr. Cutler is a clergyman of the Episcopal Church; residence, Goffstown, N. H.; 
married Sept. 12, 1S65. 

CHILDREN. 

4479. Anna Evelyn, b. Dec. 2, 1869. 

4480. Clara Loulse, b. Jan. 30. 1872. 



(2309.) Ella A. Spofford and Charles E. Kimball. 

Married Dec. 24, 1874; residence, Lowell, Mass. 

CHILD. 

4481. i\LiCE May, b. May 3. 1876. 



(2352.) Charles S. Spofford and Lucie Love. 

Resided at Des Moines, Iowa, where he died Jan. 16, 1S72. His widow after- 
Avard became Mrs. Standbridge, of Buffalo, N. Y. 

CHILD. 

.4482. Cora May, b. Oct. 23, 187 1 ; d. Jan. 9, 1875. 



(2356.) Harriet Bissell and Edwin B. Wood. 

Married July, 1856. He was a lawyer of eminence; died Feb. 26, 18S5. Mrs. 
Wood was a native of Lockport, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

4483. Frederic B., b. Apr. 28, 1S5S; m. Louisa . 

4484. Edwin T., d. July, )86o. 

4485. William H., b. Nov. 16, tS6i ; d. Feb. 19, 1862. 

4486. Mary L., b. July 13, 1864; m. E. C. Baird. Feb. 22, 

"1885. ■ 

4487. Charles S., 1). July 10, 1866; d. Nov. 10, 1875. 

4488. Julia L., b. Dec. 17, 1870. 

4489. Julia M., b. Nov. 13, 1873. 



354 I'ARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(2358.) Laura E. Bissell and Dr. H. S. Cheever. 

He was Professor of Materia Aledica in the University at Ann Arbor, Mich., 
and died March 31, 1877. 

CHILDREN. 

4490. DwiGHT B., b. Feb. 23, 1868. 

4491. Nellie W., b. Nov. 13, 1872. 



(2362.) Cynthia M. Spoffoed and Louis Olmsted. 

Married 1867. 

CHILDREN. 

4492. MiNA, b. June 15, 1868. 

4493. Guernsey Lee, b. June. 15, 187 1. 

4494. WiLLMOT E., b. Mar. 14, 1873 ; ^^- ^^P^- -9> 1S76. 



(2381.) Arthur V. Wiltsie and Frances A. Hager. 

Married Jan. 14, 1873; residence, Broolilyn, N. Y., with his business connec- 
tions in Newburgh, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

4495. Florence Spofford, b. Oct. 12, 1877. 

4496. Arthur Hurlbert, b. June 2, 1881. 

4497. Vernon Ely, b. Jan. 12, 1885. 

(2385.) Charlotte Elizabeth Wiltsie and Bayard H. 
Tyler. 

Married at Newburgh, N. Y., October, 1S84; residence, Yonkers, N. Y. Mr. 
Tyler is an artist, witli studio in New York. 

CHILD. 

4498. Mary Spofford, b. Feb. 10, 18S7 ; christened Apr. 14, 

1887, at the wedding of Mrs. Tyler's 
sister, Mrs. Belknap. 



(2390.) Charles A. Spofford and Ellex Boardman. 

Mr. Spofford was educated at Cornell University; married Dec. 25, 1885; resi- 
dence, New York City, where he is in business as a financial secretary. 

CHILD. 

4499. Barbara, b. July 15, 18S7. 




MISS SUSAN DOW RUNDALL. 
NORTH-EAST, PA. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 355 



(2391.) Hexky W. Spofford and Edith F. Safford. 

She was of Chillicothe, Ohio; married May 31, 1883; residence, Washington, 
D. C. He is a graduate of Cornell University. 

CHir.DREN. 

4500. Robert Wiltsie, b. Mar. 10, [884. 

4501. Edith Creel, b. Jan. 20, 1887. 



(2394.) Edavari) Rundell and Delia Holdridge. 

Married May, 1S64; residence. North East, Erie County, Pa., where he is an 
agriculturist on a large scale. 

CHILDREN. 

4502. Susan Dow, b. Dec. 3, 1865 ; graduated with high honors 

at Oberlin College, 1887 ; a teacher in 
Oberlin High School, 1888. 

4503. Fred Elijah, b. Apr. 12, 1870. 



(2396.) John R. Spofford and Delia McCan. 

Married March il, 1857; residence. North East, Erie County, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 

4504. *Jay, b. Jan. 4, 1858 ;m. Ella Burgess. 

45°5' John D., b. Sept. 8, 1864; civil engineer ; graduated 

at Mount Vernon, Iowa, 1886. 

4506. Charles T., b. Sept. 28, 1866. 

4507. Gertrude E., b. Feb. 18, 1873. 

4508. Josephine C, b. Sept. 5, 1880. 

4509. Mary R., b. May 2, 1882. 

(2403.) James L. Spofford and Alice Hitchcock. 

Married Nov. 15, 1878; residence. North East, Erie County, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 

4510. Edith, b. Sept. 14, 1879. 

4511. Calvin, b. Jan. 13, 1881. 

4512. James, b. Dec. 20, 1882. 

4513. Thomas, b. Aug. 16, 1885. 



356 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(2447.) Charles S. Peakl and Abbie E. Field. 

Residence, Bangor, Me. 

children. 

4514. Alice Field. 4515- Haraden Spofford. 



(2452.) Sarah T. Spofford and Eev. Woodbury S. 
Kimball. 

Mr. Kiml:)all died Jan. 30, 1882. He was a son of the late Hervey Kimliall, of 
Newburyporl, Mass. (See page loi.) Mrs. Kimliall resides in Newljuryport, 

Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

4516. Mary WiNSLOW. 

4517. George Woodbury. 

4518. Nellie Frances, d. Dec. 25, 1S71. 

4519. Joseph Harris. 



(2525.) Sarah Spofford and John Oakey. 

Married 1857; residence, New York. She died Aug. 26, 1862. 

child. 

4520. Martha T., b. Jan. 29, 1859 ; d. Sept. 29, i860. 

(2526.) Mary M. Spofford and Charles C. Walden. 

Married Nov. 5, 1864. She died . 

CHILDREN. 

4521. Sarah Spofford, b. Oct. 30, 1866; deceased. 

4522. Mamie. 

(2530.) William M. Hall and Abbie S. Dodge. 

Eormer residence, Lawrence, Mass. Both are deceased. 

CHILD. 

4523. William Augustus, b. Dec. 22, 1866 ; m. Sarali Jewett 

Adams, Newburyport, Mass., June 27, 1888. He is 
superintendent of the Fall Mountain Paper Com- 
pany, at Bellows Falls, Vt. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 357 



(2531.) Lizzie H. Hall and Hon. Wm. A. Russell. 

Married Feb. i, 1858; resided at Lawrence, Mass. Mrs. Russell died Dec. 18, 
1866, aged 29. Mr. Russell represented the Seventh Massachusetts District in 
the Forty-sixth Congress, 1879-81. Residence, Boston, Mass.; the present Mrs. 
Russell having been Miss Fannik S. Hall, a sister of the former Mrs. Russell. 

CHILDREN. 

4524. Mary Frances, b. Oct. 15, 1861. 

4525. Annie Elizabeth, b. Sept. 22, 1863. 

4526. Grace Uunton, b. Apr. 27, 1865 ; d. Aug. 6, 1866, 



(2532.) Emily Spofford Hall and Rev. John L. Ewell. 

Married Dec. 30, 1872. Mr. Ewell was valedictorian of the class graduating, 
from Yale College in 1865; Professor of Latin in Washington University, St. 
Louis, Mo., 1S66-67; graduated from x\ndover Theological Seminary, 1870, and 
was settled over Congregational churches in Clinton, Iowa, Belmont, Mass., and 
in Millbury, Mass., his present charge, March, 1878. Mr. Ewell is descended. 
from Benjamin Stickney and Elizabeth Spofford (see p. 44). 

CHILDREN. 

4527. Arthur Woolsey, born in Bradford, Mass., Oct. 20, 1873'. 

4528. James Louis, born in Belmont, Mass., Oct. 18, 1875. 

4529. William Stickney, born in Belmont, Mass., Sept. 21, 1877. 
' 4530. Robert Hall, born in Millbury, Mass., Sept. 28, 1880. 



(2535.) James K. Hall and Jennie Stickney. 

She was of Dracut, Mass.; married Feb. 26, 1874; residence, Bradford, Mass. 

CHILDREN. • • 

4531. Russell, born at Bradford, Dec. 9, 1874. 

4532. Laurence, born at Bradford, Dec. 29, 1876. 

(2536.) Arthur H. Hall and Helen M. Ames. 

Married June 21, 1881; residence, Bradford, Mass. Mr. Hall is in business as 
a stationer in Haverhill, Mass. 

CHILD. 

4533. Theodore M., b. Oct. 19, 1883. 

24 



3S8 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(2538.) Mrs. C. S. Byron and Hervey Merritt Spofford. 

For family see Hervey Merritt Spofford (4035). 

Second marriage with G. W. DeGroff. Residence, Georgetown, Mass. 

CHILD. 
4534. Edwin Spofford DeGroff, b. Apr. 2, 1881. 

(2539.) Hannah B. Spofford and Arthur K. Ober. 

Resided at Beverly, Mass. She died Des. 9, 1879, leaving one child. 



(2541.) Frank M. Spofford and Clara Todd. 

Residence, Danvers, Mass. 



CHILDREN. 



4535. Ralph Prescott, b. Dec. 10, 1881. 

4536. Mabel, b. May 29, 1883. 



(2543.) Leander P. Spofford and Xoberta Bustajiente. 

Residence, Tucson, Arizona. He emigrated from Georgetown, Mass., to Cali- 
fornia, in 1849. 

CHILDREN. 

4537. Edward, b. 1869. 

4538. Sophia, b. 1870. 
4539- Mary, K ( 

4540. Kate, j " ' ( died m infancy. 

4541. Lucy, died in infancy. 

4542. Kate. 

Three sons, died in infancy. 



(2550.) Wm. Henry Spofford and Sarah Willahd. 

Settled in Florida. 

children. 

4543. William Henry, a soldier in the English Army. 

4544. LUELLA. 



( 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 359 
Second marriage with Mrs. Marv Parker. 

CHILD. 

4545. Arthur. 

(2551.) Eliza N. Spofford and James A. Cloutman. 

Settled in Holliston, Mass. She died Dec. 23, 1S76. 

CHILD. 

4546. Edith. 

(2553.) Abby G. Spofford and Lucius Scates. 

Settled in Georgetown, Mass. She died Dec. 25, 1875. 

CHILDREN, 

4547. Cora, m. Kneeland, Topsfield, Mass. 

4548. Fred. 

4549. Ernest, died young. 

(2555.) Frank L. Spofford and Harriet E. Cham- 
berlain. « 

Residence, Holliston, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

4550. Ernest C, b. 1872. 

4551. Hattie G., died young. 



(2578.) George Spofford and Harriet Perley. 

Both were of Georgetown, Mass., she being a daughter of Charles Perley; 
residence, Brockton, Mass. 

children. 

4552. Gardner. 

4553. Lizzie, m. Joseph Kelley. 

(2579.) Melvin G. Spofford and Maria S. Perley. 

Residence, Georgetown, Mass. ; she, a daughter of Oliver Perley. 

CHILDREN. 

4554. Melvin, b. 1868. 

4555. Helen, b. August, 188 r. 



360 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(2590.) Emma Spofford and Charles Phillips. 

Resided at Bradford, Mass. She died 1877. 

CHILD. 

4556. Emma M. 



(2()03.) Simeon A. Spoffohd and Mary Walton. 

Married 1864; residence, Philadelphia, Pa. 

CHILDREN, 

4557. Willie H., b. March, 1866. 

4558. Arthur, b. 1868. 

4559. Ernest, b. 187 1. 

4560. Walter, b. 1878. ~ 

(2604.) HiTTiE E. Spofford and Wm. Pitt Fessenden. 

Married 1864. . ' 

• .. . ■ CHILD. 

4561. HARRY,*born at Ottawa, Kan., 1873. 

(2605.) Hannah E. Spofford and George E. Wildes* 

Married July 5, 1864; residence, Pembroke, Me. 

CHILD. 

4562. Edward P., b. July 28, 1865. 

(2606.) Marietta Spofford and L. H. Cobb. 

Married Aug. 18, 1875; residence, Portland, Me. 

CHILD. 

4563. Philip H., b. Nov. 5, 1880. 

(2608.) Daniel P. Spofford and Jennie McIntosh, 

Married 1881. 

CHILD. 

4564. Mira C, b. Aug. 5, 1886. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 361 



(2609.) Frederic L. Spofford unci Lizzie McVicker. 

CHILD. 

4565. Lillian, b. Apr. 9, 188 1. 



(2614.) AViLLiAM S. Spofford and Nellie Lord. 

Residence, Westboro, Mass. She was of Augusta, Me. 



CHILDREN. 



4566. Perley v., b. Sept. 20, 1874, at Foxboro, Mass. 

4567. Herbert L., b. July 10, 1878, at Westboro, Mass. 

(2615.) Herbert F. Spofford and Mary Tirrell. 

Residence, Milford, Mass. Mrs. Spofford died soon after marriage. He 
married again, his cousin, Katie M. Spofford (26f9). 

CHILDREN. 

4568. Grace W., b. Aug. 6, 1877, at Leominster, Mass. 

4569. Blanche L., b. May 31, 1883, at Milford, Mass. 



(2619.) Katie M. Spofford and Herbert F. Spofford. 

See (2615). 

(2633.) Lucy R. Weston and Eev. William Gay. 

Married Aug. 22, 1866; residence, Georgetown, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

4570. WiLLARD Weston, b. Sept. 24, 1867. 

4571. Edith Hayden, b. July, 1869. 

4572. Florence Elizabeth, b. Jan. i, 1874; d. Aug. 13, 1874. 

4573. Bertha White, b. June 5, 1876 ; d. Feb. 9,1878. 



(2636.) Irene M. Spofford and George P. Tyler. 

Married Oct. 7, 1868; residence, Georgetown, Mass. 



362 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

CHILDREN. 
4574. Irene Chaplin, b. June 26, 1870. 



4575 
4576 
4577 
457S 



Ellen Spofford, b. Aug, 17, 1873. 
Mary Killam, b. June 2, 1875. 

Geor(;e Greenleaf, b. June 28^ 1876. 
Caroline Rooxbie, b. Apr. 2, 1880. 



(2638.) Julia A. A. Spofford and Charles Aiken. 

He was of Manchester, N. H.; married June 20, 1870. 

CHILD. 

4579. Annie M., b. Aug. 23, 1871. 



(2646.) John S. Spofford and Effie M. Parker. ! 

i 

Married July 28, 1878; residence, Haverhill, Mass. She was a daughter of the < 
late Henry T. Parker. 

children. ' 

4580. Howard Nelson, b. July 28, 188 1. \ 

4581. Lucie Edwards, b. Mar. 29, 1885. 



(2653.) Judith F. Spofford and Chandler D. Parker. 

Residence, Lynn, Mass. 

children. 
4582. George Gilman. 4583. Herbert Chandler. 

(2655.) Jennie S. Spofford and Mighill Morrill. 

Residence, Georgetown, Mass. 

children. 
4584. Edward L. 4585- Rupert S. 4586. Louise R. 

(2656.) George J. Spofford and Dora Jones. 

Residence, Bradford, Mass. 

CHILD. 

4587. George E. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 363 



(2(i72.) Lucy Chaplin and Rev. Eugene H. Titus. 

Married Dec. 27, 1865; he was a graduate of Williams College and Andover 
Theological Seminary, and was setded over Congregational churches in Beverly, 
Mass., Bethel, Me., and Farmington, N. H. He died at Georgetown, Mass., 
July 21, 1876. 

CHILD. 

4588. Edward Kirk, b. Sept. 20, 1866; res. Georgetown, Mass. 



(2675.) William E. Spofford and Josephine Dumas. 

' Married in San P\ancisco, Cal., February, 1884; residence (in 18S8), Sacra- 
mento, Cal. 

CHILDREN. 

4589. WiLLiA.M Morris. 459°- Paul. 



(2714.) Harriet A. Spafford and William W. Gary. 

Residence, Rutland, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

4591, Bertha A., b. Oct. 17, 1866. 

4592. Hattie M., b. Feb. 19, 1869; d. Mar. 9, 1884. 



(2715.) Catharine Bond and Ozro I. Spaulding. 

Married Jan. 29, 1850; residence. Cavendish, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

4593. Ariana, b. Dec. 3, 1850; m., Dec. 8, 1868, Joseph W. 

Eaton ; res. Proctorsville, Vt. 

4594. Julia E., b. Feb. 11, 1854; died young. 

(2716.) Joseph S. Bond and Mary Fletcher. 

Married x\ug. 2, 1857; res. Proctorsville, Vt. 

CHILD. 

4595. William, b. July 12, 1863; d. 1887, 



364 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(2718.) GiLMAN Bond and Rebecca P. Boynton. 

Married March 5, 1862; residence, Proctorsville, Vt. 

CHILD. 

4596. Lois M., b. Feb. 7, 1870. 

(2720.) Sarah M. Bond and Joseph P. Weston. 

Married March 19, 1862; residence, Rockingham, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

4597. William B., b. Mar. 17, 1863. 

4598. Fred E., b. Jan. 7, 1865. 

4599. Elmer H., b. Mar. 31, i86g. 

4600. Bertha A., b. Nov. 27, 1874. 

4601. Leon A., b. Mar. ig, 1878. 

4602. Cora M., b. Dec. i, 1880. 



(2732.) Dr. Fred Angier Spafford and Hattie E. A. 
Davis. 

Married Sept. 4, 1881. She was of Boston, Mass. Dr. Spafford graduated at 
Dartmouth College, 1879; was for si.x years Professor of Anatomy, ShavV Uni- 
versit)', Raleigh, N. C; removed to Flandreau, Dakota, of which place he has 
been mayor; vice-president of Territorial Board of Health of Dakota. 

CHILD. 

4603. Lillian W., b. Apr. 12, 1885. 

(2733.) Helen C. Spafford and Frank P. Ball. 

Married Oct. 11, 1882; residence, Cambridge, Mass. 

CHILD. 

4604. Alice H., b. Oct. 6, 1884. . . • 



(2769.) Herbert E. Spafford^ and A. Mabel Kawson. 

Married April 27, 1876; residence, Hudson, Mass. 

^ The names of Herbert E. Spafford's father (1287) and grandfather (475) should have been 
spelled Spafford. 



^PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 365 



CHILDREN. 



■4605. AiMEE Beatrice, b. Feb. 20, 1877. 

4606. George Rawson, b. Aug. 3, 1879. 

4607. Walter Richardson, h. Feb. 28, 1881. 



'(2800.) Margaret N. Piper and Ira Sheldon. 

Married Oct. 3, 1841; settled in Afton, N. Y., where he was a farmer. She 
-died Sept. 2, 1885. 

children. 



4608 
4609 
4610 
■ 46 1 1 
4612 
4613 
■4614 
.4615 



Mary M., b. 1842; d. i860. 

Oliver M., b. 1844. 

Elizabeth E., b. 1845 i "''• ^rra Bigelow. 

Almira a., b. 1847 ; died in infancy. 

Reuben L., b. 1848. 

Sarah E., b. 1850; d. 1878. 

Emma, b. 1852 ; d. 1878. 

Lyman, b. 1854; d. 1882. 



'(2801.) Samuel B. Piper and Climena E. Nichols. 

Married June, 1845. He was a farmer in Peterboro, and died Oct. 28, 1865. 

child. 
4616. Abby F., b. April, 1856; m. Fred Hill, 1878; d, 1880. 

(2802.) Augustus S. Piper and Ellen M. Brockway. 

Married May, 1847. He was a machinist; died in Winchendon, Mass., Nov. 
:2i, 1858. 

children. 

•4617. Emma L., b. March, 1850; m. William Roice ; 2d, Albert 

Webb ; res. Norwood, Mass. 

4618. Ella C, b. October, 185 1 ; m. Lewis Taplin, East Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

(2804.) Mary A. Piper and Baxter Robinson. 

Married Nov. 18, 1849; residence, Winchendon, Mass. 



366 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

CHILDREN. 

4619. Pliny E., b. Nov. 21, 1850. 

4620. Sarah M., b. Apr. 6, 1852 ; died from accidental^ 

burning, May 7, 1884. 

4621. Charles B., b. Sept. 15, 1853 ; d. July 3, 1854. 

4622. Janie Victorla, b. Sept. 17, 1856 ; m. Charles Collar. 

4623. John, b. June 12, 1858; d. Jan. 12, 1859. 

(2805.) Betsey A. Piper and Madison D. Chapman. 

Married Nov. 25, 1848. He was a machinist and inventor, and died Jan. 13,. 
1883. Her present residence, Keene, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

4624. George Edwin, b. March, 1850; m. Nellie Hagerty. 

4625. Viola, b. June, 1852 ; m. Walter Warren. 

4626. John D., b. 1854. 

4627. William, b. 1862. 

(2806.) Daniel H. Piper and Susan Morse. 

Married .April, 1858; residence, Winchendon, Mass. 

children. 

4628. Addie H„ b. Nov. 13, 1859 '■: ^- Lyman W. Richards. 

4629. George M., b. June 23, 1861 ; m. Carrie Belle Fairbanks., 



(2810.) William W. Spofford and Sarah Barnes. 

Married March 20, 1S49. He was a machinist in Boston; died at Peterboro,, 
N. H., 1868. 

children. 

4630. *WiLLiAM W., b. Jan. 19, 1850; m. Emma A. Austin: 2d,. 

Annie E. Stuart. 

4631. *Henry F., b. Dec. 7, 185 1 ; m. Sarah J. Mclntire ; 2d,. 

Annie J. McClusky. 

4632. Edward E., b. Feb. 3, 1853 ; d. March, 1855. 

4633. Ella J., b. May 24, 1857; m. Moses P. Brown, of' 

Boston. 

4634. Fanny R., b. Sept. 12, 1859; m. John Robbe. 

4635. Lewis N., b. May 21,1863. 

4636. John C, b. July 16, 1866; d. July 4, 1869. 



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NATHAN HENRY SPAFFORD. 
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PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 367 

(2812.) Ira A. Spofford and Sabrina Twitchell. 

Residence, Peterboro, N. H. He served in the Union Army three years during 
the Rebellion, taking an active part in thirteen battles. 

CHILDREN. 

4637. Matilda, b. June 23, 1848. 

4638. George W., b. June 3, 1852. 

4639. Sarah A., b. Nov. 3, 1854 ; m. Fred E. Bragdon, Sept.. 

12, 1887. 

4640. *Hannah M., b, July 8, 1865 ; m. Frank P. Fisk. 

(2813.) Nathan Henry Spafford and Mary Augusta 
Buckingham. 

"Married Feb. 13, 1854. She was of New Haven, Conn. He was born in 
.Sharon, N. H., Oct. 3, 1826, and learned the machinist trade in the adjoining 
town of Peterboro. He removed to Boston in 1846, and there gained that 
thorough mastery of the laws of machinery which enabled him in after years to 
perfect his numerous inventions. At the age of thirty-one, he was made super- 
intendent of the Ladd, Webster & Company Sewing Machine Manufactory, and 
from that time until his retirement from active business in 1885, his life was an 
extremely active one. He was soon recognized as a leading mind in his vocation, 
and his inventions and improvements of machinery have placed him in the fore- 
most rank of inventive geniuses. During the war he superintended the con- 
struction of tools for making the government rifles while with the Providence 
Tool Company. From i860 to 1867, he was occupied in developing, perhaps, the 
most notable of his inventions. These consisted of a set of machines for pre- 
paring bristles for brush-makers' use. They are very complicated in their nature, 
and are still used in their original form largely in Baltimore. They stand alone, 
and have no competitors in excellence and time-saving properties for combing, 
dragging, and preparing the bristles ready for the brush. For the eight years 
previous to his retirement, he was superintendent of the Peet Valve Company. 
He now resides on his farm at Milton, Mass." 

CHILDREN. 

4641. Ella Augusta, b. Dec. 13, 1854; d. Sept. 3, 1855. 

4642. Elizabeth Marian, b. Feb. 3, 1856; d. Nov. 30, 1862. 

4643. *Isaac Buckingham, b. Feb. 28, i860; m. Ida G. Ham. 

4644. Joseph Henry, b. Nov. 5, 1861 ; A. B., Amherst Col- 

lege ; LL. B., Boston Law School. 

4645. Charles Levi, b. June 17, 1864. 

4646. Anna Lizzie, b. Jan. 25, 1868. 

4647. Ira Amos, b. Oct. 12, 1869; d. May 29, 1871. 



.368 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(2814.) MiRRiAM Augusta Spafford and Frederick 
Far WELL. 

Residence, Vallejo, Cal. 

CHILD. 

4648. Francelia a., b. Sept. 22, 1849. 

(2815.) George W. Spofford and Hannah Morrison. 

Married Dec. 26, 1859; residence, Chicago, 111., where he \\as principal of 
'one of the. largest public schools for fourteen years, resigning the position about 
1870. He received his education at Phillips Academy, Exeter, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

4649. Lucy M., b. June 22, 1862 ; d. Oct, 30, 1S69. 

4650. Jessie, b. Oct. 30, 1870; d. Feb. 28, 187 1. 

4651. Percy M., b. May 12, 1872. 

4652. Florence M., b. Sept. 6, 1875. 



(2821.) Fanny J. Hoave and Moses Adams. 

Married Aug. i, 1844. 

CHILD. 

4653. John Quincy, b. Aug. 21, 1847 ; d. Oct. 23, 1864. 
Second marriage with P^ranklin G. Crowell. 

CHILD. 

4654. Fannie D., b. Aug. 22, 1853. 

(2822.) Susan E. Howe and Freeman E. Tupper. 

Married Nov. 9, 1845; residence, Nashua, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

4655. George Alonzo, b. Apr. 3, 1848; m. Ella Boynton. 

4656. Nellie Fostina, b. Oct. 20. 1854; ni. Ur. J. N. Woodward. 



''(2830.) Caroline A. Spofford and Chas. F. Emery. ! 

Married September, 1861; resided at East Jaffrey, N. H. She died Nov. 22, | 

1867. " I 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 369, 



CHILDREN. 

4657. Fred E., b. Oct. 20, 1862. 

4658. Minnie E., b. September, 1867. 

(2831.) Hamilton J. SrorroiiD and Ellen A. Hunt. 

Married Nov. 25, 1 85S. 

CHILD. 

4659. Louis H., b. Aug. 12, 1862 ; a dentist ; res. Swanzey, N. H., 

Mrs. Spofford having died Oct. 12, 1875, he married >La.rion A. Wellman, 
April 25, 1878. 

CHILDREN. 

4660. Marion Claribel, b. Mar. 28, 1879. 

4661. Guy Luzerne, b. Feb. 14, 188 1. 

4662. Ellenett, b. Oct. 6, 1882. 

(2832.) William E. Bradley Spofford and Alice E.. 
Sanderson. 

Married Sept. 17, 1862. 

CHILDREN. 

4663. Nellie M., b. July 24, 1863; d. Sept. 17, 1864. 

4664. Charles, b. July 30, 1865. 

4665. Nettie A., b. Jan. 13, 1869 ; m. Henry Boutelle ; d. July 

23, 1885. 

4666. Gertrude E., b. Mar. 11, 1873. 

4667. Arthur E., b. July 2, 1876. 

(2835.) Melissa M. Spofford and Lorin B. Kendall^ 

Married July 26, 1863. 

CHILDREN. 

4668. Hattie M., b. Oct. 2 0, 1866 ; m. Fred W. Draper, 1886.. 

4669. Nellie S., b. June 3, 1869. 

4670. Sylvanus, b. May 15, 1874. 

4671. Edward O., b. Sept. 19, 1877 ; d. Nov. 2, 1877. 

(2836.) Hattie E. Spofford and Charles F. Lombard, 

Married Nov. 6, 1866. He died Jan. 29, 1885. She now resides in West-, 
minster, Mass. 



37° PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

CHILDREN. 

4672. Arthur C, b. June 29, 1868. 

4673. Frank W., b. June 15, 1871. 

(2837. ) Marcellus E. Spofford and Abbie E. Robbins. 

Married Dec. 13, 1872; resided at Keene, N. H. She died Aug. 5, 1885. 



4674 

4675 
4676 

4677 
4678 

4679 



CHILDREN. 

Maurice, b. Apr. 25, 1874. 

RosELLA Emma, b. Feb. 4, 1877. 

Ella L., b. Feb. 17, 1879; ^- Dec. 27, 1879. 

Valtox I., b. Apr. 4, 1882. 

Bertha C, b. Jan. 12, 1884; d. Mar, 14, 1884. 

Forrest H., b. June 7, 1885. 



(2838.) CiiAS. Henry Spofford and Clara A. Raymond. 

Married May i, 1872; residence, Keene, N. H. 



CHILDREN. 



4680. Nella L., b. Apr. 20, 1873 ; d. Sept. 2, 1873. 

4681. Zella M., b. July 13, 1875. 

4682. Elta a., b. Apr. 26, 1880. 



(2840.) Mary E. Spofford and Charles F. Ingalls. 

Residence, Marlboro, N. H., and Enfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

4683. *Geor(;e Elmer, b. Mar. 5, i860 ; m. Flora R. Currier. 

4684. Willie H., b. 1875. 

(2841.) Juliette B. Spofford and William Whipple. 

Residence, Fitzwilliam, N. H. 

CHILD. 

4685. Willie H., b. 1878. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 371 

(2937.) Mary A. Spafford and Frederick H. Dibble. 

Married Jan. 12, 1848; residence, Elyria, Lorain County, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

4686. Frederica F., b. Dec. 11, 1848; d. Dec. 17, 1850. 

4687. Charles H., b. May 24, 1850; d. May 30, 1851. 

4688. Frank Deloss, b. Jan. 24, 1854; m. Anna Zahn ; res. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

4689. Frederick H., b. Aug. 24, 1855 ; m. Stella Swain ; res. 

East Nelson, Barnes County, Dak. 

(2938.) Harriet G. Spafford and Frederick S. Wash- 
burn. 

Married Aug. 12, 1846, at Olmstead, Cuyahoga County, Ohio; resided at Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. He was a native of Lyme, N. H.; entered the Union service as 
captain, in 1861; wounded while leading the 9th Iowa Regiment as colonel in 
the siege of Vicksburg, May 22, 1863. He died June 16, 1863, at Waterloo, 
Iowa. 

CHILDREN. 



4690 
4691 
4692 

4693 
4694 

4695 



Florence Edwina, b. July 25, 1848, at Camden, Ohio. 
William Elgin, b. Sept. 27, 1851 ; res. Cedar Rapids, la. 
George Clarence, b. Oct. 28, 1854; d. Dec. 23, 1855. 
Frederick F., b. Apr. 25, 1857 ; d. Sept. 26, 1857. 

Charles F., b. Nov. 29, 1859 ; d. Feb. 13, 1864. 

Frederick S., b. Oct. 11, 1861. 



(2940.) LoRiNDA M. Spafford and Dexxls Buudick. 

Married Sept. 10, 1848. She died May 17, 1854. 

children. 

4696. Lucia A., died aged 4 years. 

4697. Emma C, b. Oct. 19^ 1852 ; res. Fargo, Dak, 

Dennis Burdick married, second, Nancy A. Spafford, his deceased wife's 
sister (2941). 

children. 

4698. Henry M., m. Carrie V. McDonald; 2d, Ida Houghton. 

4699. William L. 

4700. Cassie v., m. Henry J. Lough; res. Fargo, Dakota. 

4701. Charles W. 



372 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(2943.) Laura M. Spafford und Freeman N. Stearns. 

Married, Aug. 3, 1861, in Olmstead, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. 



4702 

4703 
4704 

4705 
4706 

4707 

4708 



CHILDREN. 

George M., b. Apr. 25, 1862; d. Aug. 31, 1865. 

Grant, b. Oct. 14, 1864; d. Sept. 5, 1865. 

Cora F., b. Aug. 2, 1866. 

Edith F., b. Jan. 22, 1869. 

Clayton F., b. July 27, 187 i ; d. Apr. 12, 1881. 

Bessie M., b. Oct. 25, 1873. 

Bertha L., b. Aug. 10, 1887. 



(2945.) EvALiNE J. Spafford and Harry J. Leuszler. 

Married March 24, 1 886; residence, Elyria, Ohio. 



4709 
4710 
47 1 1 
4712 

4713 
4714 

4715 
4716 



CHILDREN. 

Lenore K., b. Nov. 27, 1868. 

Karl R., b. Mar. 22, 1871. 

Harold D., b. Feb. 6, 1873, 

Paul Spafford, b. Mar. 10, 1875; d. Nov. 12, 1876. 

Mark L., b. Mar. 9, 1877. 

A daughter, b. July 21, 1879; ^- ^^S- 9» ^^79- 

Eric O., b. Jan. 16, 1882. 

Ruth L., b. July 12, 1887. 



(2975.) Adnah Spofford and Or villa M. Dyer. j 

I 

Married Oct. i, 1845. ^^ died at Temple, N. H., March 7, i860. His widow j 
removed to New Ipswich, N. H., in 1873. 

children. - 

4717. *Artemas Wheeler, b. Dec. 28, 1846; m. Clara E. Jefts.. i 

4718. Jesse Howard, b. Mar. 18, 1853; res. New Ipsvi^ich,. j 

N. H. 1 

4719. *Persis Maynard, b. Oct. 21, 1854; m. John W. Sy- i 

mends. i 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATK )x\, CHILDREN NINTH. 373 



(2978.) Mary M. Sroffohd and Jonas Woodsum. 

CHILDREN'. 

4720. Emma A., b. Apr. 21, 1854. 

4721. Frank H., b. Dec. 29, 1856; d. Dec. 28, 1866. 

(2981.) Maria J. Srofford and Alfred He.\ld. 

Married in Peterboro, N. H., Aug. 25, 1S62. 

CHILDREN. 

*DoRA O., b. May 20, 1863 ; m. Willis B. Olcott. 
Alfred C, b. Nov. 6, 1864. 
Eugene B., b. Mar. 6, 1866. 
Warren W., b. Jan. 28, 1868. 
Jesse S., b. Oct. 13, 1869. 

Jennie, b. Jan. 22, 187 1 ; d. Sept. 10, 1873. 

Harriet C, b. Mar. 17, 1874. 
Abbie a., b. Jan. 22, 1880. 
Alma M. 



4722. 


4723- 


4724. 


4725- 


4726. 


4727- 


4728. 


4729. 


473°- 



(2982.) P. Adalixe Searle and Joel Ball. 

Married 1846; residence, Greenville, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

4731. Emma C, b. Mar. 29, 1847; "i- Otis P. Batt, Oct. 24, 1867; 

res. Greenville, N. H. 

4732. Mary A., b. Feb. 14, 1849; i^"*- Benaiah Sav/yer; res. Towns- 

end, Mass. ; d. June 24, 1879. 



(2992.) William W. Burton and Esther J. Cragix. 

Married June 20, 1861; residence, Lyndeboro, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

4733. Clara J., b. Apr. 17, 1862. 

4734. Elmer W., b. Oct. 21, 1867. 

4735. Addie A., b. June 3,1871. 



25 



374 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(3000.) Hiram B. Spofford and Caroline Sandei;s. 

Married Sept. 9, 1847; residence, North Clarendon, Vt. 



4736 

4737 

4738 

4739 
4740 



CHILDREN. 

Viola L , b. Oct. 16,1848. 
*Marv J., b. Sept. 20, 1850; m. H. H. Giddings. 
Charles A., b. Jan. 14, 1854. 
S. Lavinia, b. Jan. 7, 1856; d. Feb. 18, 1879. 
Irving, b. Aug. 9, 1863. 



(3001.) Sarah S. Spofford and W^i. W. Litchfield. 

Married at Ludlow, Vt., April 2, 1853. He died Oct: 10, 1865. The oldest 
daughter was born in Clarendon, Vt.; those following, in Rutland, Vt. 



4741 
4742 

4743 
4744 

4745 
4746 



CHILDREN, 

*Marcia M., b. Feb. 7, 1854; m. Rollin Pitts. 

Mary A., b. Dec. 31, 1855; d. Jan. 6, 1875. 

George C., b. Nov. 18, 1857 ; d. Nov. 18, 1857. 

George L., b. Sept. 13, 1858; d. June 21, 1859. 

*Lydia a., b. July 27, i860 ; m. Elbridge Wood. 

*Martha J., b. July 13, 1862 ; m. Geo. M. Ellis. 



Second marriage with William Cutting; residence, Rutland, Vt. 

children. 

4747. Daniel Winne. 

4748. Mary Ann, b. Jan. 26, 1875. 

(3002.) Otis M. Spofford and Josephine L. Pratt. 

Married Oct. 7, 1856; residence, Tyson Furnace, and afterward Ludlow, Vt. 



CHILDREN. 

4749. *LiLLA L., b. Jan. 20, 185S 

4750. *Irena R., b. June 17, i860 

4751. *Carrie I., b. May 24, 1863; 

4752. Elmer O., b. May 23, 1865. 
4753- Oscar E., b. Mar. 28, 1867. 



m. Gilman B. Horton. 
m. Addison Webster, 
m. Edwin W. Royce. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GEXERATIOX, CHILDREN NINTH. 375 



(3004.) LucixDA J. Spofford and Henry Stark. 

Married Dec. 25, 1866; residence, Fort Ann, N. V. 







CHILDREN. 




4754- 


Frank, 


b. Dec. 19. 1S67. 




4755- 


Rosa, 


b. June 19, 1870; d. Sept. 24, 


1879. 


4756- 


Jenny, 


b. June 22, 1872. 




4757- 


George, 


b. Sept. 25, 1874. 




4758- 


Isaac, 


b. May 20, 1S77. 




4759- 


William. 


b. Nov. 19, 1S79. 




4760. 


James, 


b. June S, 1882. 





(3010.) Mary A. Spofford and Hiram P. ffELLisoN. 

Married March 11, 1858. She died Oct. 9, 1861. 

CHILD. 
4761. Willie S, b. May 15, 1861. 

(3013.) Sarah E. Spofford and G. J. PARKHURi^T. 

Married 1867. 



4762 

4763 
4764 

4765 
4766 



CHILDREN. 

Almon H., b. Apr. 30. 1S68 

Henrietta H., b. Jan. 13, 1870 
Susie M., b. Dec. 24. 1S72 

Charles G., b. Mar. 26, 1S75 



Dora P. 



b. Mar. 3, 1S77 



(313G.) Joseph H. W. Spofford and LrcY F. Perham. 

Married Sept. 23, 1S60; residence, Milton Plantation, Oxford County. Me. 



4767 
476S 

4769 

4770 
4771 
477-^ 



CHILDREN. 



Ellsworth H., b. Oct. 27, 1862. 



Edsox E., 
Ida C, 
Svlvania p., 
Lucy S., 
Joseph I.. 



b. ]May 24, 1865 : res. Woodstock. Me. 

b. Aug. 14, 186S ; res. Woodstock, Me. 

b. Aug. 28, 1870 : res. Milton, Me. 

b. Apr. 4, 1879 : d. Apr. 3. 18S0. 
b. Feb. 15, 1884. 



376 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



(3137.) Adoniram Judson Spofford and Sarah J. 
Whipple. 

Married Nov. 29, 1862, at Ledyard, Conn.; residence, Hopedale, Mass. 

CHILD. 

4773. Sarah Mabel, b. Oct. 7, 1864. 



(3138.) Addie H. Spofford and Charles D. Dunn. 

Married Nov. 10, 1866; residence. Auburn, Me. 

CHILD. 

4774. Edwin C, b. Oct. 19, 1867. 

(3140.) Edwin I. Spofford and Lavinia B. Whitman. 

Married Nov. 7, 1867, at Woodstock, Me. Mrs. Spofford died at Milton Flan- 
tation, Me., April 4, 1870. 

CHILD. 

4775. Myra Lavinia, b. Jan. 6, 1869. 

Second marriage with Henrietta York, of Yarmouth, Me., who died at Paris, 
Me., Dec. 19, 1875. 

CHILD. 

4776. Nellie L., b. May 31, 1874. 

Third marriage with Martha H. Cole, at Paris, Me., Nov. 28, 1878. 

CHILDREN. 

4777. Charles Edwin, b. Mar. 25, 1880. 

4778. Albion Keith, b. May 22, 1881. 

4779. Judson Gould, b. June 8, 1883. 

(3141.) Ed80n G. Spofford and Francesco C. Child. 

Married March 15, 1868; residence. Auburn, Me. 

CHILD. 

4780. George E., b. Apr. 7, 187 1. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 377 

(3143.) Anna L. Spofford and Hiram G. Merrill. 

Married Oct. 14, 1866; residence, South Paris, Me. 



4781 

4782 

47S3 
4784 

4785 
4786 

4787 



CHILDREN. 

Stella A., b. Dec. 6, 1867. 

Willie M., b. Oct. 14, 1869. 

Addie M., b. Aug. 25, 1873; d. Sept. 18, 1874. 

Mabel L., b. Sept. 29, 1876. 

Addie D., b. Mar. 4, 1878. 

Edson G., b. Dec. 16, 1879. 

Fred A., b. Aug. 31, 1884. 



(3161.) Dr. D. H. Spofford and Ellen A. Carter. 

Residing in Haverhill, Mass. Served in the War of the Rebellion in Company 
H, First Mass. Vol. Infantry, from Oct. 3, 1861, to May 25, 1864, taking part in 
over twenty engagements, including the battles of Williamsburg, seven days before 
Richmond, second Bull Run, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and the Wilderness. 
Dr. Spoftbrd married Miss Carter, of Newburyport, July 17, 1880. 

CHILDREN. 

4788. Marion Cummings, born in Boston, May 17, 188 1. 

4789. Constance Norman, born in Haverhill, May 17, 1882. 

4790. Percy Boardman, born in Haverhill, Oct. 10, 1883. 

4791. Gordon Earle, born in Haverhill, Aug. 29, 1885. 



(3162.) Mai'.y J. Spafford and William D. Stuart. 

Married Feb. 29, 1876; residence, Bakersfield, Vt. 







children. 


4792 


BESSlfe, 


b. Jan. 8, 1877. 


4793 


Blanche, 


b. June 6, 1878. 


4794 


Rachel, 


b. Apr. 20, 1880. 


4795 


Blaine, 


b. Jan. 12, 1883. 


4796 


Philip Sheridan, 


b. Aug. 8, 1885. 


4797 


Howard Austin, 


b. June 22, 1887. 



37S PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



(3200.) Solomon Spafford and 

CHILDREN. 



4798. Ella. 

4799. Benjamin. 



4800. Charles, 

4801. Verdi. 



(3201.) Luther Spafford and Mary F. Case. 

She died Oct. S, 1861. 

CHILDREN. 

4802. Willis E., b. Nov. 15, 1S57. 

4803. Helen R., b. Feb. 7, i860; m. Frank B. Green. 

Second marriage with Sara Green. 

CHILDREN. 

4804. Jennie G., b. Nov. 5, 1869. 

4805. Lewis D., b. Feb. 10, 1873. 

(3202.) Frank Spafford and Louisa Husk. 

Married Dec. 19, 1855, Owasco, Cayuga County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

4806. *M. Everett, b. Sept. 13, 1858; m. Eva Harmon. 

4807. Fred., b. May 7, 1863. 

(3203.) John Spafb^ord and Susan Ward. 



CHILDREN. 



4808. Frank. 

4809. Jennie. 

4810. Carrie. 

481 1. Samuel. 



4812, Virtue. 
48:3. Emma. 
4814. Ettie. 



(3205.) Minerva Spafford and William Clark. 

She died June 4, 18S1. 

children. 

4815. James. 

4816. Sarah, m. Frank Hunter, Moravia, N. Y. 

4817. Mary, m. Charles Johnson, Summer Hill, N. Y. 

4818. Emma. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 379 

(3206.) Jane Spafford and Scott Brown. 

Groton City P. O. 

CHILD. 

4819. Mary, m. Mr. Brong ; d. October, 18S7. 



(3210.) Cordelia Searles and Ethan Doan. 

Moravia, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

4820. George, b. 1848 ; m. Mary Haskell. 

4821. Charles, b. 1849; m. Eliza Sage. 

4822. Clarissa, m. William Young, Moravia, N. Y. 

4823. Frank, b. July 17, 1858, 

(3211.) Clarissa Searles and James Duryea. 

Moravia, N. Y. 

CHILD. 

4824. Mary. 

(3212.) Nancy Searles and Archibald McIntosh. 

Locke, N. Y. 

children. 

4825. William. ^ 

4826. A. Crawford. 

(3213.) Calfurnia Searles and David Brown. 

CHILDREN. 

4827. Mary, res. Moravia, N. Y. 

4828. Blanche, ] 

4829. Belle, j> res. Locke, N. Y. 

4830. Augustus, J 

(3214.) Harriet Searles and Harvey Cook. 

CHILDREN. 

4831. John. 4832. Dow. 4833. Reuben. 



3S0 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



(3215.) James N. Searles and Emily Roberts. 

CHILD. 

4834. Berthia, b. Sept. 27, 187 1 ; d. November, 1881. 



(3216.) Orcelia Atwood and Marcenia Lick. 

Married Jan. 28, 1849; residence, Moravia, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

4835. Amanda, b. Mar. 9, 1855 ; m. Edwin Adams ; res. Mora- 

via, N. Y. 

4836. MiLO. 4837. Frank. 

(3218.) Calvin Atwood and Emeline Lick. 



CHILDREN. 



4838. Addie. 

4839. Cara. 

4840. Horace. 



4841. Emma. 

4842. George. 
4S43. Orcelia. 



(3211). ) SoPHRONiA Spafford and William Robinsox. 

Locke, N. Y. 

children. 

4844. Clarinda. 4845. Cara. 4846. William B. 
(3221.) Calvin D. Spafford and Alice Phillips. 

Moravia, N. Y. 

child. 

4847. Clare, b. June 27, 1877. 

(3222.) Lovina E. Spafford and James M. Richtmyre.^ 

Married Jan. 9, 1S70. 

CHILD. 

4845. Vina S., b. Feb. 7, 1872. 



^ This name is misspelled on page 262. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 381 

{3224.) Amanda Spafford and B. Perley Freelove. 

Married June 18, 1865. 



4849 
4850 

4851 
4852 

4853 
4854 



CHILDREN. 

C. Victor, b. Feb. 16, 1866. 
Alice, b. Sept. 6, 1S68. 

Harry E., b. Feb. 14, 1870. 
Roy C, b. June 10, 1873. 

Julia A., b. Nov. 16, 1876. 
Howard S., b. Feb., 1884. 



(3227.) George W. Spafford and Nellie Lee. 

Married Feb. 7, 1877; residence, Moravia, N. Y. Mr. Spafford has manifested 
much interest in this woilc, furnishing a carefully prepared record of his family 
connections. 

CHILD. 

4855. G. Lee, b. July 31, 1879. 



(3229.) Alanson Spafford and Adelaide Yandyxe. 

Married Jan. 20, 1880. 

CHILDREN. 

4856. Maud, b. Nov. 10, 1S80. 

4857. Almedia, b. Sept. 16, 1885. 

(3232.) Charles Spafford and Florence Saavyer. 

Married May 31, 1883. 

CHILD. 

4858. Mary, b. 1885. 



(3234.) S. Mabel Fox and .Ma.tor Andrew J. Groyer. 

Married Oct. 8, 1851. He was major in 76th Regiment N. Y. Yols., and was 
killed at Gettysburg. 



382 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

CHILDREN. 

4859. Julia, b. Sept. 4, 1852 ; m. W. H. Bridgford, July 12, 

1S70; 2d, Aaron Sager, Jan. 16, 1884. 

4860. Mabel, b. July 5, 1856 ; m. E. F. Fulkerson. 

4861. Mary, b. June 25, 1859; m. C. A. Cross, Dec. 6, 1878. 



(3238.) William H. Spafford tind Maria L. Hardy. 

^Larrie^l Oct. 24, 1866, in Rochester, N. Y.; residence, Hornellsville, N. Y., a 
merchant there and also in Schenectady, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

4S62. Ward James, b. May 24, 1868 ; res. Rochester, N. Y.' 

4863. Lynn Hardy, b. Sept. 17, 1S69 ; res. Rochester, N. Y. 

4864. Del Sumner, b. June i, 1872 ; res. Rochester, N. Y, 



(3240.) Elizabeth A. Spafford and Wm. A. Barkaloav. 

^Tarried June, 1S78; residence, Canisteo, Steuben County, N. Y. 

children. 
4865. Charles. ' 4866. Frances L. 4867, Alvia. 



(3340.) John D. Spafford and Emma Le Jeal. 

Married April 2, 1872; residence, Erie, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 

4868. Henrietta K., b. Apr. 26, 1873. 

4869. Margie G., b. Feb. 26, 1876. 

4870. Ruth M., b. Nov. 2, 1878. 

4871. E.MMA L., b. Mar. 25, 1882. 

(3341.) James G. Spafford and Anna E. Stoll. 

Married Nov. 3, 1874; residence, Erie, Pa. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 383 



CHILDREN. 

4872. Oliver, b. Oct. 7, 1875. 

4873. John, b. Dec. 8, 1878. 

4874. Frank, b. Feb. 2, 1881. 

4875. Royal Melvin, b. Nov. 12, 1882. 

4876. Anna Barbara, b. Nov. i, 1884. 



(3342.) William C. Spafford and Lizzie Garner. 

Married October, 1876; residence, St. Mary's, Pa. 

CHILD. 
4877. Lizzie M., b. Oct. 8, 1877. 



(3348.) Catharine P. Riblett and James Liley. 

Married Dec. 3, 1867; residence, Erie, Pa. 

CHILD. 

4878. Joseph D., b. Aug. 15, 187 1. 

(3349.) Ada M. Riblett and W. S. Royse. 

Married Aug. 8, 1872; residence, Erie, Pa. 

CHILD. 

4879. Daisey E., b. Apr. 13, 1873. 



(3352.) Frank Gunnison and Lila Lowry. 

Married Sept. 15, 1872; residence, Erie, Pa. 



CHILDREN. 



4880. Benjamin, b. Aug. 13, 1873. 

4881. Hugh, b. Apr. 12, 1884; died young. 



384 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(3354.) Clara Gunnison and Joseph M. Force. 

Married May 28, 18S5; residence, Erie, Pa. 

CHILD. 
4882. Kenneth, b. February, 1886. 



(3357.) Ella Kelsey and Charles L. Loop. 

Married March 16, 1873; residence, Mason City, Iowa. 

CHILDREN. 

4883. Nellie, b. Jan. 21, 1874. 

48S4. Carrie, b. May 14, 1876. 

4S85. Bessie, b. Apr. 14, 1878. 

4886. Mary, b. 1883. 

(3359.) Clarence W. Kelsey and Mattie Shattuck. 

Married Sept. 28, 1882; residence, Erie, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 

4887. Phcebe K., b. Sept. 21, 1883. 

4888. Caroline K., b. Oct. 7, 1885. 

(3360.) Oliver Spaetokd Kelsey and Emma Young. 

Married June 2, 1881; residence, Williamsport, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 

4889. Alice E., b. Mar. 9, 1882. 

4890. Mary J., b. Dec, 1883. 

4891. Lucinda S., b. Dec, 1884. 

(3302.) Ida V. Kelsey and William J. Schaaf. 

Married September, 1883; residence, Erie, Pa. 

child. 

4892. Bessie L., b. Sept. 6, 1884. 






u 




HENRY W. SPAFFORD, 
RUTLAND, VT. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 385 

(3363.) Charles Gunnison and May Gunnison. 

Married March 12, 1878; residence, Erie, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 

4893. Arthur, b. Sept. 11, 1880. 

4894. Carl, b. Sept. 17, 1883. 

(3364.) Alfred Gunnison and Josephine Springer. 

Married July 12, 1877; residence, San Francisco, Cal. 

CHILD. 

4895. WiNFiELD S , died young. 

(3365.) Anna Gunnison and Charles L. Thayer. 

Married June 2, 1881; residence, Erie, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 

4896. LiLA, b. Mar. 10. 1882. 

4897. Edna, b. Feb. 23, 1884. 

4898. A son (unnamed), b. Dec. 20, 1885. 



(3371.) Harry Spafford and Alice Van Slack. 

Married Dec. 24, 1 88 1. 

CHILD. 

4899. Leroy. 

(3372.) Vara L. Spafford and Milson Rogers. 

Married July 25, 1S81. 

CHILD. 

4900. Bessie, b. May 14, 1882. 



(3388.) Henry W. Spafford and Martha E. Kingsbury. 

He is general freight and passenger agent of the Bennington and Rutland 
Railroad Company; residence, Rutland, Vt.; married Oct. 5, 1864. Mrs. Spafibrd 
was of Chester, Vt. ; died June 3, 1877. 



3S6 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATIOX, CHILDREN NINTH. 



CHILDREX. 

4901. Eva M., ' b. Sept. 25, 1S68. 

4902. Alton W., b. Apr. 24, 1871. 

4903. Mattie E., b. Sept. 11, 1873. 

4904. Henrietta W., b. Dec. 15, 1875. 

Second marriage with Lvdia Ella Marsh, Dec. 5, 1878. 

CHILDREN. 

4905. Ella M., b. May 18, 1880. 

4906. Henry W., b. J^n. 24, 1882. 

4907. Jared M., b. Mar. 9, 1SS4. 



(3389.) Jerome A. Spafford and Loradine Lockwood. 

Married 1863; residence, Troy, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

4908. Willis Jerome, b. Nov. 15, 1863, at Chester, Vt. 

4909. Dana Alvin, b. Nov. 14, 1865, at Bennington, Vt. 

4910. Edgar Lockwood, b. Jan, t6, 1867, at Bennington, Vt. 

He is much interested in antiqua- 
rian matters, and has contributed 
man}' records for this work. 

4911. Harry Francis, b. July 4, 1869; d. August, 1869, at 

White Creek, Washington County 
N. Y. 



(3390.) Heman I. Spaffokd and Abbie S. Nichols. 

Married at ISerlin, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1872; residence. North Bennington, Yt., 
since 1880. 

CHILDREN. 

4912. Clarence Henry, b. Nov. 25, 1872 ; d. Nov. 6, 1875, ^^ 

Troy, N. V. 

4913. Willie Clarence, b. Oct. 6, 1876, in Berlin, N. Y. 

4914. Nella Nichols, b. Oct. 24, 1880, in Shaftsbury, N. Y. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 387 

(3391.) Elmer A. Spafford and Susie Lena Earle. 

Married Sept. 5, 1884, at Chester, Vt.; residence, Spafford (formerly Gassetts), Vt. 

CHILD. 

4915. Elmer Albert, b. Sept. 25, 1SS6. 



(3392.) Eldora A. Hadley and George W. Davis. 

Married Dec. 15, 1S61; residence, Lebanon, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

4916. Kate L., b. Oct. 25. 1862 ; m., February, 1887, Dr. Fred 

Brigham ; res. Pittsfield, Rutland County, Vt. 

4917. Frank H., b. Oct. 31, 1866. 

(3394.) M. Josephine Hadley and James Gowdy. 

Married Nov. 6, 1872; residence, Lebanon, N. H. 

CHILD. 

4918. Clarence II., b. Jan. 18. 1876. 



(3398.) George H. Thayer and Ada C. Miller. 

Married in Chicago, III, Aug. 5, 1865; residence. Oak Parlv. 



children. 



4919- George L., K q^^_ ^^ ^S66. 

4920. Willie J., ) 

4921. Frederic E., b. Sept. 12, 1S68. 

4922. Mabel, b. Sept. 18, 1870. 



(3399.) William P. Thayer and Olive A. Whiting. 

Married May 29, 1869, in Chicago, III.; residence, Ravenwood. 



388 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH, 



49-3 
4924 

4925 
4926 

4927 



CHILDREN. 

Benjamin F., b. Sept. 21, 1S70; d. June 26, 1880. 
Helen O., b. Nov. 23, 1872. 
Anna W., b. Nov. 22, 1874. 
Lambert, b. July 23, 1S82. 
A son, b. May 16, 1887. 



(3400.) Mary J. Thayer and John Culver. 

Married March 23, 1868; residence, Evanston, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

4928. Mary T., b. Jan. 20, 1S69. 

4929. John, b. Aug. 18, 1870. 

4930. William H., b. Aug. 24, 1S71 ; d. Oct. 21, 187 1. 

4931. Louise, b. Jan. 17, 1873. 

4932. Charles M., b. Dec. 19, 1874. 

4933. Alice, b. Oct. 14, 1S76. 

4934. Joseph G., b. Apr. 14, 1S80.' 
4935- Ruth, b. Apr. 20, 1883. 

4936. Marcia a., b. Mar. 28, 1886. 

(340L) Marcia S. Thayer and James M. Buzzelle. 

Residence, Wheatland, Dakota; married May 12, 1SS6, at Fargo, Dakota. 

CHILD. 

4937. Lucy Thayer, b. Apr. 11, 1SS7, at Chicago, 111. 



(3451.) Noah Spafford and Electa Beckavith (3457). 

children. 

4938. Jenny J., m. George Derr. A daughter, Alice Derr. 

4939. Lora L., m. Charles J. Graves. Children : Hazel, Fern. 

4940. Martin M., m. Florence M. Minor ; res. Cleveland, Ohio. 

4941. Alice E., m. Edgar B. Gardner. 

Second marriage with Olivk N. IrviN(;. 

children. 

4942. *Cora J., and eight others. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 389 

(3453.) Lydia Spafford and Merwin Beckwith (3455). 

CHILDREN. 

4943. Effie, m. Arthur Allen. A daughter, Florence. 

4944. Fremont E., m. Ida Claflin. 

4945. Wallace. 4946. Gertrude. 

A former wife of Merwin Beckwith was Malvina Huntley. 

CHILD. 

4947. Frank, m. Ella Ackley. A daughter, Myrtle. 



(3465.) Helen Ellsworth and Samuel Luster. 

Residence, CoUamer, Ohio. 



CHILDREN. 



4948. Pearl E. 

4949. Ernest W. 

4950. Howard ; deceased. 

4951. Victor E. 



4952. Nettie E. 

4953. May Belle. 

4954. Pearl. 

4955. Blanche. 



(3485.) Rebecca Hodges and Henry Weller. 

Married 1S60. 

CHILDREN. 

4956. Ira, b. 1861. 

4957. Oscar, b. 1863. 

4958. Mira, b. 1866 ; d. 1868. 

4959. Maggie, b. 1S68; m. John Clark, 188S. 

(3489.) Ameretta Hodges and Albert Gross. 

Married 1S63. She died May, 1877, aged 31. 
t 

CHILDREN. 

4960. Frank, b. 1864. 

4961. x\llie, b. 1866; d. 1868. 

4962. Herbert, b. 1869. 

4963. Freddie, b. 1873. 

4964. Lena, b. 1876. 

26 



V 



39° PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(3491.) Adelaide S. Spafford and John Honey. 

Married June 2, i868. She died May 27, 1872. 

CHILDREN. 

4965. Frances, b. May 4, 1869; d. 1885. 

4966. LuLA, b. June, 1S71. 

(3403.) Warren W. Spafford and Maria Lawrence. 

Residence, Belleville, Ontario. 

children. 

4967. Harry. 4968. Anna. 4969. Caroline. 

(3494.) Anna L. Spafford and James W. Brisbin. 

Residence, Peterborough, Ontario. 



CHILDREN. 



4970. Nettie. 

4971. Frederick. 



4972. Frank. 

4973. Harry. 



(3495.) Arthur F. Spafford and Maud Vandervoort. 

Residence, Belleville, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 



4974. Frank. 

4975. Kate. 



4976. Mary. 

4977. Nellie. 



(3496.) HuLDAH E. Spafford and Rev. Wm. P. Dyer. 

Residence, Belleville, Ontario. He is principal of Albert College. 

children. 
4978. Helen Constance. 4979- James. 

(3407.) Theodore J. Spafford and Addie M. Allen. 

Married Aug. 24, iSSo, at Oswego, N. Y. She died Oct. 6, 1S82. 

CHILD. 

4980. Theodore A., b. Sept. 24, 1883. 



J 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 391 

Second marriage with Frank Maud Empev, June 1 1, 18S4, at Trenton, Ontario; 
residence, Belleville, Ontario, where he is a merchant. 

CHILDREN. 

49S1. James Ivan, b. May 25, 1SS5 ; cl. Aug. 7, 1885. 
4982. Francis J., b. Nov. 17, 18S6; cl. July 22, 1887. 



(3498.) Cornelia C. Spafford and James H. Dyeu. 

Residence, Port Hope, Ontario. 

CHILD. 

4983. Mabel. 



(3509.) Albert O. Betts and Lilly Colbern. 

Married Nov. 6, 1884; residence, Holden, Mo., where he is a merchant. 



CHILDREN. 



4984. William C, b. Oct. 8, 1885. 

4985. Oscar, b. Dec. 25, 1S86. 



(3543.) Almira E. Spafford and Byron M. Fairbank. 

Married March 26, 1863; residence, Waupun, Wis. Mr. Fairbank is a farmer, 
born March 29, 1840. 

CHILDREN. 



4986 

49S7 
498S 

4989 

4990 

4991 



Henry E., b. Jan. 16, 1864. 

Laura A., b. Oct. 10, 1866. 

Raymond C, b. Jan. 25, 1870. 

Marc I A A., b. Mar. 3, 1872. 

Alfred F., b. July 2, 1874. 

Edith H., b. Sept. 12, 1876. 



(3544.) Laura M. Spafford and Joseph Trigg. 

Married Oct. 3, 1865; residence, Charles City, Iowa. He was born in Eng- 
land, April 8, 1841; has held the offices of auditor of Floyd County, Iowa, and 
mayor of Charles City. The three eldest children were born in Minnesota, the 
others in Iowa. 



392 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



CHILDREN. 



4992. Mabel Eugenie, b. Jan. 12, 1867. 

4993. Gertie Louise, b. Sept. 11, 1868. 

4994. Olive Belle, b. Oct. 9, 1870. 

4995. Frank E., b. Dec. 8, 1872. 

4996. Laura Elsie, b. Apr. 23, 1876. 

4997. Paul R., b. Sept. 17, 1882. 

(3546.) Edwin J. Spaffoed and Adaline A. Hulce. 

Married Oct. 3, 1S69; removed in 1879 from Lamartine, Wis., to Kossuth 
County, Iowa, fourteen miles below Algona. " In the second year of his resi- 
dence there, his house was destroyed by a cyclone, and a large part of their 
furniture and clothing was lost. Mrs. Spafford was almost killed, the children 
not much injured. Friends and neighbors contributed for their assistance, and 
the State paid him $300; present residence, about three miles from this spot." 

f 
CHILDREN. 

4998. Edwin H., b. July 17, 1870. 

4999. Albert A., b. Oct. 25, 1872. 

5000. Lucia L., b. Sept. 23, 1878. 

5001. William D., b. July 9, 1884, 



(3547.) Junius F. Spafford and Nancy A. Dearmin. 

Married Tan. 8, 1862; resided at x\ustin, Minn., where he died March 13, 
1873. He was a soldier in the Union Army. 

child. 

5002. Ferdinand T., b. May 23, 1863; d. June 10, 1863. 

(3548.) Charles S. Spafford and Mary Jane Allen. 

Married July 5, 1867; resided at Fond du Lac, Wis., and Lamartine, Wis. 
Mrs. Spafford was born 1850; died Jan. 18, 1883. He is a farmer and a harness- 
maker by trade; served in the Union Army through the war; was in the battle 
of Pittsburg Landing, at Corinth, in the siege of Vicksburg, the Red River Expe- 
dition, and at Memphis. 

CHILDREN. 

5003. Arthur D., born in Fond du Lac, May 14, 1869. 

5004. Alice Mabel, born in Oakfield, Wis., May 10, 1877. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 393 



(3553.) Thomas H. Adams and Maggie McCalview. 

Married Feb. 4, 1S68; removed from Lamartine, Wis., to Melrose, Iowa, in 
1869, and thence to Renwick, Iowa, in iSSo. 



5005 
5006 

5007 

5008 

5009 



CHILDREN. 

Lucas B., b. Dec. 7, 1S68, in Lamartine, Wis. 

Lucius C, b. June 16, 1S70, in Melrose, Iowa. 

James H., b. Jan. 3, 1872, in Melrose, Iowa. 

Mary Emma, b. Mar. i, 1873, in Melrose, Iowa. 

Helen Grace, b. Aug. 25, 1877, in Melrose, Iowa. 



(3554.) Helex a. Adams and George W. Payne. 

Married Nov. 26, 1866; residence, Helena, Montana. 

CHILDREN. 

5010. Edwin B., b. Mar. 19, 1S69 

501 1. Cassius, b. Mar. 19, 1S71 

5012. Frank A., b. June 6, 1873 

5013. Emma C, b. Sept. 4, 1875 

5014. Mary P., b. Nov. 10, 1877 

5015. Ina, b. Sept. 25, 1880 

5016. Guy Carlos, b. Feb. 19, 1886 



(3555.) Mary P. Adams and W. Harrison Gee. 

Married Sept. 8, 1867; residence, Humboldt County, Iowa. He was born 
Feb. I, 1 841 ; a farmer by occupation, and was a Union soldier. 

CHILDREN. 

5017. Emma E., b. Sept. 15, 1S68; m. Peter Baine, Sept. 15, 

1 886 ; res. Renwick, Humboldt County, Iowa. 

5018. BuRRELL, b. June 16, 1870. 

5019. Joseph W., b. Sept. 5, 1872. 

5020. Edith May, b. Apr. 6, 1875. 



(3557.) Willis E. Adams and Mabel L. Howard. 

Married Oct. 12, 1882; residence, Humboldt County, Iowa. He was a theolo- 
gical student in 1887. 



394 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. ' 

CHILDREN. I 

5021. George W., b. June 6, 1883. j 

5022. Wayne S., b. Apr. 7, 1S86. i 

i 



(3560.) Joseph J. Spafford and Elizabeth Palmer. 

Married Oct. 9, 1878; removed from Fond du Lac, \Yis., in 1885, to Oasis, 
Washara County, Wis. She was born Sept. 6, 1854. 

CHILDREN. 

5023. John J., b. May 20, 1880. 

5024. Grace Elizabeth, b. Aug. 12, 1882. 

5025. Clarissa Bell, b. Sept. 6, 1885. 



(35(J5.) George H. Spafford and Ada Miller. 

Married Feb. 6, 1882; residence, Packwaukee, Wis. 

CHILD. 

5026. Frederic H., b. Mar. 10, 1SS3. 

(3568.) Effie Bell Spafford and Willard Stone. 

Married July 4, 1882; residence, ^Nlilton, Wis. 

children. 

5027. Gracie Viola, b. July 22, 1883. 

5028. Flossie, b. Mar. 31, 18S5. 



(3575.) John S. Leffingwell and Huldah J. Knapp. 

Married June 26, 1S50; residence, Gainesville, Wyoming County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

5029. Frances T. O., b. Mar. 20, 1852 ; m., Oct. i, 1867, Lawrence 

Powers, at East Pike, N. Y. ; res. Gaines- 
ville, N. Y. 

5030. Amy Sophia, b. Mar. 2, 1854; m. William Shipman, July 

17, 1873: res. Warsaw, N. Y. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 395 

5031. Etta Maria, b. May 12, 1859; m., Dec. 31, 1877, Wm. 

Stamp, who died Nov, 2, 1880 ; second 
marriage with Nicholas Burns, July 18, 
1885 ; res. Rochester, N. Y. 

5032. Elmer John, b. Jan. 7, 1863; d. Mar. 30, 1863. 

5033. Mary E., b. Dec. 5, 1867 ; m.. Mar. 25, 1885, Fred M. 

Lawson ; res. Gainesville, N. Y. 

(3576.) Henry A. Leffingwell and Esther Kingsley. 

Married Oct. 8, 1862; residence, Owasso, JMich. 

CHILDREN. 

5034. Mary B., born in Perry, N. Y., July 26, 1863 ; m. Fos- 

ter Bilhimer, Jan. 4, 188 1. 

5035. Llmus W., b. Oct. 2, 1864, in Perry, N. Y. 

5036. Freda E., b. Feb. 17, 1866; d. Sept. 10, 1866. 

5037. WiLLiA.M H., b. May 27, 1867. 

5038. LuELLA M., b. Nov. 16, 187 1. 

5039. John R., b. Dec. 28, 1873. 

(3577.) Mary E. Leffingwell and Jonas Bowman. 

Married March 18, 1854, at ^Yarsaw, Wyoming County, N. V. Mrs. Bowman, 
the mother, died March 29, 1880, at Echo, Antrim County, Mich. He resides at 
East Jordan, Mich. The l^irths of the family were all in Groveland, Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

5040. Freddie Eugene, b. Nov. 30, 1854; d. Sept. 12, 1859. 

5041. D. Perry, b. June 2, 1S56; m., Sept. i, 1881, Eliza 

Coulter ; res. Echo, Mich., P. O , 
East Jordan. 

5042. Henry Dexter, b. Sept. 26, 1858 ; m. Lizzie Ferguson, 

Sept. 24, 1885 ; res. Almont, Mich. 

5043. Adelaide M., b. Nov. 28, 1859 ; m. Charles Henry Ber- 

ger, Sept. 15, 1880; res. Holly, Mich. 

5044. Jennie Belle, b. June 30, 1865 ; m. William A. Stone, 

Feb. 23, 1882 ; res. East Jordan, Mich. 



(3580.) Elizabeth McDonald and Hiram A. Titus. 

Married in Gainesville, ^Vyoming County, N. Y., Jan. 10, 1843. She died 
about 1878. 



396 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



CHILDREN. 

5045. Myra, b. Oct. 9, 1843 ; ^ii- Charles Wheeler, Nov. 

13, 1862. 

5046. Heman I., b. Jan. 31, 1845 ; ^- Emma Dayton ; cl. Nov. 

10, 1872. 
. 5047. . Marcia a., b. Nov. II, 1846; cl. July 19, 1847, 

5048. Gilbert, b. July, 1848 ; d. October, 1850. 

5049. ]\Iary v., b. Jan. 13, 1851; m. William Rice, Kings- 

boro, Fulton County, N. Y. 

5050. Julia, b. Nov. 17, 1852; m. Marvin J. Whiting, 

Gloversville, N. Y. 

5051. Charles, b. Mar. 4, 1854; m. , 

5052. Isabella M., b. Nov. 30, 1858 ; m. William J. Evans, Johns- 

town, N. Y. 

5053. Ida, died in infancy. 

5054. Alice, ' b. July 7, i860; died in infancy. 

5055. Georgiaxa, b. Jan. 17, 1863; d. Oct. 18, 1879. 

(3582.) James McDonald and Sarah V. Titus. 

Married in Mentor, Ohio, Oct. 23, 1851; residence, Johnstown, N. Y., and 
Troy, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, 

5056. Ella I., b. Sept. 4, 1852 ; m. Henry J. Shaft, Johns- 

town, N. Y. 

5057. Edson T. S., b. Aug. 28, 1854; d. Dec. 14, 1855. 

5058. Elizabeth E., b. July 18, 1857 ; d. Dec. 19, 1859. 

5059. William L., b. May 30, i860; d. May 5, 1877. 

5060. Marcia, b. May 30, 1S63 ; m. Thomas Morgan. 

(3583.) Marcia B. McD(3Xald and Rev. Charles M. 
Livingston . 

Married Sept. 10, 1855; residence, Campbell, Steuben County, N. Y. Mrs. 
Livingston's pen is that of a ready writer. 

CHILDREN. 

5061. Percy, b. May 28, 1859; d. Oct. 26, 1S60. 

5062. Grace, b. Apr. 16, 1865. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 397 



(3585.) Isabella McDonald and Rev. G. R. Alden. 

Married May 30, 1866; resided at Cincinnati, Ohio, and Carbondale, 'Pa., 
where he was^a pastor of a Presbyterian church; present residence, Defuniac 
Springs, Fla. Mrs. Alden has a wide reputation as a successful writer of Sunday- 
school books and a contributor to the religious periodicals of the day, under her 
noni de plume, " Pansy." 

CHILD. 

5063. Raymond, b. Mar. 30, 1873. 



(3589.) Spafford D. McDonald and Adeline E. Lane. 

Married Aug. 4, 1851; residence (1887), Topeka, Kansas, he being editor of 
the Topeka Ne7vs. 

CHILDREN. 

5064. Edgar T., b. Apr. 2, 1852, in Chicago; died at Topeka, 

Sept. 15, 1S63. 

5065. Harold, b. Dec. 2, 1854; d. November, 1855, in Chi- 

cago. 

5066. Jennie E. A., b. Mar. 18, 1856, at Galesburg, 111. ; m. Wil- 

liam Cary Campbell, at St. Louis, Mo., 
Dec. 25, 1878 ; res. Topeka, Kan. 

5067. Maud A., b. Feb. 12, 1857 ; m. Joseph Mansfield Hill, 

of Boston, Mass., July 6, 1880 ; res. Boze 
man, Mont. 

5068. Spafford D., b. July 20, i860, at Wyandotte, Kan. ; res. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

5069. Clarence, b. Apr. 12, 1862 \ res. Portland, Oregon. 

5070. Caroline S., b. May 4, 1865 ; res. Topeka, Kan. 

5071. George C, b. Aug. i, 1868 ; res. Topeka, Kan. 

(3593.) Myea ]M. McDonald and Benj. F. Holbrook. 

Married in Cleyeland, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1855. She died in Cleveland, N. V., 
Sept. 10, i860; his residence, San Francisco, Cal. 

children. 

5072. Julia McDonald, b. Oct. 22, 1856, in Lima, Ind. ; d. Jan. 

16, 1876, in Hopkinton, Mass. 

5073. Myra M., b. Aug. 15, 1858; m. Tracy David Bly, 

of Central Square, Oswego County, 
N. Y., June 21, 1887. 



59S PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



(3594.) S. Elizabeth McDonald and Dr. Geo. S. Albee. 

Married in Cleveland, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1862; resided at Hopkinton, Mass., 
where she died April 29, 1877. He was of Westmoreland, N. H., born Oct. 25, 



1S30. 



5074 

5075 
5076 

5077 
507S 



CHILDREN. 

Ed(;ar Duncan, b. Aug. 7, 1864. 
John, b. Sept. 30, 1869. 

George McDonald, b. Jan. 22, 1871. 
Elsie Mabel, b. Jan. 20, 1873. 

Julia Maude, b. May 7, 1875; 



(3595.) Horatio Gates Spafford and Elvira Lapp. 

]Married April 12, 1867. She died April, 1870, aged 29, leaving one daughter. 

CHILD. 

5079. Eva L., b. Sept. 4, 1869. 

Second marriage with Mary D. White, at Canaan, Conn., May 13, 1872; resi- 
dence, Spencerport, Monroe County, N. Y. 

children. 

50S0. Chester W., b. Mar. 19, 1873. 

5081. Eliza May, b. May 21, 1875. 

5082. Henry G., b. Nov. 10, 1877. 

(3597.) Julius Spafford and Jane Strickland. 

Residence, Allegan, Mich. She died about 1S82. 

CHILD. 

5083. Charles, born about 1876. 

(3598.) Capt. Friend W. Spafford and Kittie Kelley. 

Married at P'ort Howard, Wis., 1S74; resided at Depere, Wis., where he died. 
" Capt. Spafford was a sailor bred, rising rapidly to the position of captain in the 
service of the Goodrich Transportation Company, being one of the most skilful 
and popular captains on the lakes, whom to know was a pleasure and whose 
friendship was prized." 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 399 

CHILDREN. 

5084. Alice L., b. Nov. 14. 187S. 
50S5. Hazel B., b. Mar. 14, 18S5. 

(3599.) Saea L. Spaffoei) and Elihu B. Cahoon. 

Married at Brockport, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1875, by Rev. A. N. Prentiss; residence, 
Albion, Orleans County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

5086. Julia May, b. May 16, 1876. 

5087. Pearl Spafford, b. July 20, 1877. 

5088. Nellie Louise, b. Feb. 16, 1S81. 

5089. Samuel Chesboro, b. Nov. 23, 1884. 



(3601.) Fanny B. Spafford and Hiram E. Page. 

Residence, Dixon, 111. He was of Nunda, N. Y. ; married Dec. 4, 1853. 

CHILDREN. 

5090. *Marcia E., b. Nov. 13, 1854 ; m. Carpenter H. Eberly. 

5091. Charles R., born in Dixon, 111., Mar. 21. 1864. 

5092. Eva S., born in Dixon, 111., Dec. 15, 1865. 

(3602.) Lucy A. Spafford and Theodore Merrill. 

Residence, Dixon, 111. He was a native of Auburn, N. Y.; married Sept. 29, 

1857- 

CHILDREN. 

5093. *Laura, b. Mar. 25, 1862 ; m. Charles W. Latimer, June 

25, 1S82. 

5094. Ida R., b. Dec. 17, 1864; d. May 6, 1866. 

(3603.) Marcus A. Spafford and Amelia M. Breed. 

Residence, Sterling, 111. She was of Lynn, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

5095. Lewis E., born in Dixon, 111., June 2, 1868. 
5096 

5097 
5098 

5099 



Winnie, b. Mar. 24, 1870; d. Aug. 26, 187 1. 
Harry, bom in Dixon, 111., Apr. 18, 1874. 

Mary, born in Sterling, 111., Aug. 16, 1877. 

Elizabeth, born in Sterling, 111. 



400 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(3604.) Eureka S. Lawrence and J. Albert Hood. 

Married Nov. 6, 1873; residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

5100. Alice Eureka, b. Dec. 18, 1876; d. Apr. 12, 1877. 
5io[. Jessie Lawrence, b. Apr. 29, 1S79. 

(3606.) Willie Horatio Lawrence and Amelia E. 

WOOLFORD. 

Married Sept. 14, 1S67; residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

5102. Edith Marcia, b. Mar. 21, 1872. 

5103. James Robbins, b. Jan. 12, 1877. 

(3607.) Mary Florida Lawrence and Daniel D. 

]V[URPHY. 

Married Jan. 3, 1S66; residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

5104. Lilian Eureka, b. Dec. 16, 1S68. 

5105. Isabel Bancroft, b. Aug. 22, 187 1 ■ d. Apr. 21, 1872. 



(3612.) Kate Whitney Lee and Wm. Jaryis Ashley. 

Married Oct. 25, 1S71; residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

children. 

5106. Margaret L., b. Sept. 10, 1S72. 

5107. Mary Janet, b. June 27, 1882. 



(3672.) Emma C. Srafford and Timothe Richardson. 

Married Jan. 15, 1S57; resided at Port Colborne, Ontario. He died July 11, 

1875- 

children. 

5108. Herbert, b. July 29, 1859. 

5109. Anna Theressa, b. Aug. 20, 1865. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 401 

(3674.) Alice Adelia Spafford and James Rutherfokd. 

Married Dec. 30, 1876; residence. Port Colborne, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 

5 1 10. Edwin Argyle. b. July 5. 1S79. 

51 11. Helen Marr Dawson, b. Nov. 20, 18S1. 

(3G75.) Almeda Spaffokd and Elisha W. Tuttle. 

Married Nov. 11, 1876; residence, Port Colborne, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 

51 12. Myrtle Alice Maud. b. May 30, 1878. 

5113. Pearl, b. Aug. 13. 18S1. 

5 1 14. Olive Alberta, b. Jan. 9, 1884. 

(3676.) Egerton Bruce Spaffokd and Catharine E. 
Armstrong. 

Married Dec. 9, 1873; residence, Port Colborne, C)ntario. 

CHILDREN. 

5115. John Werden, b. Jan. i, 1875. 

5116. Charles Dufferin, b. Dec. 27, 1S78. 

51 17. Lilian, b Nov. 8, 1879. 

5 1 18. Bessie, b. Sept. 19, 1880. 

5119. Alice Esther, b. Oct. 3, 1S84. 

(3677.) Marietta F. Spafford and Alford McCollough. 

Married March 11, 1874; residence, Lockport, N. Y. 

children. 

5120. Claud. 5^21. ClairmOxNT. 5122. Lila. 

(3678.) Alberta B. S. Spafford and Robert Parker. 

Married Oct. 25, 1882; residence, Tliedford, Ontario. 



402 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

CHILDREN. 

5123. Robert, b. Mar. S, 1SS4, at Shakespeare, Ontario; 

d. Aug. 20, 1884. 

5124. Muriel Alberta, b. Aug. i, 1887. 



(3685.) Eva J. Spafforo and Knox W. Lewis. 

Married May i, 1881; residence, Esdaile, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

5125. Mary Elizabeth, b. Apr. 5, 1882. 

5126. Lyman Grant, b. Nov. 10, 1883. 

5127. Frederick Fay, b. Apr. 20, 1886. 

5128. Eugenie, b. Aug. 2, 1887. 



(3731.) Ira J. Spafford and Jane C. Smith. 

Married Dec. 24, 1858; removed from Picton, Canada, to Wapella, 111., in 1863, 
thence to Bloomington, 111., in 1874. 

children. 

5129. Florence Alberta, b. Sept. 26, 1859; m. Charles W. Bate- 

man, Nov. 4, 1885. 

5130. James Milton, b. Nov. 26, 186 1 ; d. Mar. 7, 1862. 

5131. Ella Maud, b. Sept. 28, 1865 ; m. Henry C. Wag- 

ner, Aug, 18, 1886. 

5132. Blanche Irene, b. Apr. 8, 1868; d. Oct. 20, 1872. 

5133. Frederic Heman, b. June 10, 187 1. 

5134. Ira Ralph, b. July 17, 1874. 

5135. WiLLiA.M Charles, b. June 21. 1877. 



(3760.) Eliza C. Spafford and Dr. John F. Carleton. 

Married Sept. 15, 1870; residence, Fayette, Seneca County, N. V. 

children. 

5136. Margaret, b. Feb. t, 1872. 

5137. William Spafford, b. Aug. 20, 1873; d. Oct. 2, 1873. 
513S. William Wallace, b. Jan. 13, 1879. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 403 

(37ul.) Abijah p. Spafford and ]Mary Benedict. 

]Married Jan. 17, 1S72; residence, Percy, Ontario, Codrington P. O. 

CHILDREN. 

5139. Nettie, b. Feb. 15, 1S73. 

5140. Huldah, b. October, 1874. 

5141. Minerva, b. November, 1876. 

(37(32.) George S. Spafford and Georgian.v S. 
Pete RK IX. 

Married Feb. 14, 1SS3, at Port Coll^orne, Ontario; residence, Perc)', Ontario, 
Codrington P. O. 

CHILD. 

5142. Florence, b. Feb. 13, 1S84. 



(3763.) Thomas F. Spafford and Sarah C. Wood. 

Married Dec. 22, 18S0; residence, Demorestville, (Ontario. 

children. 

5143. Marcus Vernon, b. Jan. n, 1883. 

5144. Olivia Blanche, b. Aug. 21, 1887. 

(3764.) George F. Spafford and Emma Price. 

Married Dec. 25, 18S3; residence, Big Rapids, Mich. 

child. 

5145. Robert, b. December, 1884. 



(3844.) Minerva Z. Spafford and Lemuel Tho:\ipsox. 

Married Aug. 10, 1875, at Ophir City, Utah. He was born July 24, 1835, '" 
Hunterdon County, N. J.; residence, Annabella, Utah. 

CHILDREN. 

5146. Lemuel, b. May 16, 1876. 

5147. Minerva, b. Oct. 6, 1877. 

5148. Jessie, b. Oct. 28, 1879. 

5149. Mary, b. Oct. 28, 1881. 

5150. Earl, b. Mar. 20, 1S84. 

5 15 1. Joseph, b. Jan. 30, 18S6. 



404 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



(3845.) Emma M. Spafford and James E. Daniels. 

Married May 9, 1876, at Salt Lake City; residence, Provo City, Utah, where 
the following children were born. 

CHILDREN. 

5152. Marilla, b. Feb. 14, 1877. 

5153. James Willis, b. Apr. 22, 1879. 

5154. Pearl Elizabeth, b. Aug. 27, 1S81. 

5155. Horace Leroy, b. Ma}- 25, 1884. 

5156. AzALiA, b. Nov. 24, 1886. 



(3S46.) AzALiA M. Spafford and John W. Deal. 

Married Dec. 12, 1S75, at Salt Lake City, Utah. He was born Dec. 16, 1848, 
at Pottawatomie, Iowa. 

CHILD. 

5157. LiLV AzALiA, b. Nov. 24, 187G, at Springville, Utah. 



(3847.) William X. Spafford and Estella Huntsman. 

Married Sept. 4, 1880, in Richfield, Utah; residence, Annabella, Utah. 

CHILDREN. 

5158. Emma, b. June 12, 188 1 ; d. Dec. 5, 1883. 

5159. William Earl, b. June 26, 1882 ; d. June 26, 1882. 

5160. Estella R., b. June 7, 1883. 

5 161. AzALiA M., b. Dec. 23, 1884. 

5162. Elmer, b. Jan. 20, 1887. 

(3848.) Lillian T. Spafford and Joseph E. Daniels. 

Married December, 1879; residence, Provo City, Utah. 

CHILDREN. 

5163. Joseph, b. Dec. 8, 1880. 

5164. William S., b. Jan. 10, 1883. 

5165. Maud, b. Jan. 15, 1885. 

5166. Alice, b. Mar. 7, 1887. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 405 

(3856.) Horace F. Taylor and Anna Peterson. 

Married 1875; residence, Levan, Utah. 



5167 
5168 

5169 
5170 
5171 
5172 



CHILDREN. 

Frank M., b. May 8, 1876. 

Horace N., b. Sept. 22, 1877. 

Anna Laprele, b. Sept. 27, 1878. 
Helen A., b. Aug. 14, 18S1. 

Irinda J., b. July 25, 1883. 

Hattie Josephine, b. Dec. i, 1885. 



(3858.) Olive Taylor and Daniel Whitbeck. 

Married Nov. 13, 1879. 

CHILDREN. 

5173. Wealthy, b. Sept. 4, 188 1. 

5174. Effie, b. Feb. 17, 1883, at Smithfield, Arizona. 

5175. John Elmer, b. Oct. 17. 1885, at Smithfield, Arizona. 

(3860.) James Elmer Taylor and Almira Oberton. 

CHILD. 

5176. Ann M., b. Nov. 8, 1886, in Levan, Utah. 



(3864.) Hannah E. Fuller and John E. Chase. 

Married 1872; residence, Springville, Utah. 



5177 

5178 

5179 
5180 

5181 



CHILDREN. 

LoRETTK, b. Jan. 15, 1873. 
Gus, b. July 22, 1875. 

Fritz, b. Nov. 27, 1878. 

Myrtle, b. May 27, 1880. 
Marcellus, b. Dec. 21, 1883. 



(3865.) Ovanda Fuller and Daniel M. Crandall. 

Married Sept. 14, 1879; residence, Springville, Utah. 
27 



4o6 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

CHILDREN. 

5182. Marcellus, b. July 21, 1880; d. Feb. 17, 1881. 

5183. Daniel, born and died Sept. 25, 1882. 

5184. La Prele, b. July 31, 1884. 

(3867.) Martha E. Fuller and Cyeus W. Dall. 

Married Sept. 26, 1880; residence, Springville, Utah. 

CHILDREN. 

5185. Mabel, b. Oct. 19, 1882. 

5186. Cyrus Frank, b. May 11, 1885. 



(3888.) Moses Spafford and Ella Kimball. 

Married 1877; residence, Cabrey, 111. 



CHILDREN. 



5187. Elizabeth, b. 1877. 

5188. Maud, b. 1879. 



5189. Harry, b. 1882. 

5190. MURTIE, b. 1884. 



(3889.) Sarah Spafford and Jacob Roderick. 

Married Oct. 26, 1869; residence, Aurora, 111. 



CHILDREN. 



5191. Eli. 

5192. Willie. 

5193. Harry. 



5194. Arthur, b. 1878. 

5195. Miles, b. 1880. 

5196. Clauda, b. 1885. 



(3890.) Ikinda Spafford and Marshall Fay, 

Married July S, 1873; residence, Roger's Park, Cook County, 111. 



CHILDREN. 



5197. Orville, b. 1879. 

5198. Frederick, b. 188 1. 



5199. Edgar, b. 1883. 

5200. GuRSHEM, b. 1887. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 407 

(3891.) Daniel Spafford and Susan Linebargeh. 

Married June 5, 1879; residence, ]Moran, Allen County, Kansas. 



520T. Earl, b. 1881. 
5202. Glen, b. 1883. 



CHILDREN. 

5203. Florence, b. 1886. 



(3892.) Mary Spafford and Ransler Sweet. 

Married ]May, 1876; residence, Leland, Laselle County, 111. 



CHILDREN. 



5204. Robert, b. 1878. [ 5206. Harry, b. 1884. 

5205. Mabel, b. 1881. I 



(3896.) Emma Spafford and C. P. Bridge. 

Married Sept. 23, 1868; residence, Elkhart, Logan County, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

5207. Myrtle, b. May 5, 1872, at Elmwood, 111. 

5208. Eloise, b. Mar. 4, 1874, at Elmwood, 111. 

5209. Charles, b. Nov. 4, 1876, at Elmwood, 111. 

5210. Edward, b. Dec. 29, 1878. 

52 1 1. Arthur, b. Feb. 8, 1885. 

(3897.) LiBBiE Spafford and Kobert Thoenbaugh. 

Married Sept. 19, 1871 ; residence, Clinton, Iowa. 

CHILDREN. 

5212. Minnie M., b. Apr. 4, 1873. 

5213. Mary C, b. July 9,1875. 

5214. Lottie R., b. June 18, 1879. 

5215. Charles B., b. Jan. 5, 1883. 

(3898.) Elias R. Spafford and Hattie Pritchard. 

Married May 26, 1876; residence, Joliet, 111. 



4o8 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



CHILDREN. 



5216. Miles, b. Mar. 4, 1877, in Reed's Grove, HI. 

5217. Myrtle, b. Sept. 8, 1879, in Custer, III. 

5218. Wallace, b. Feb. 18, 188 1, in Elmwood, 111. 

5219. Albert M., b. Jan. 12, 1883, in Joliet, 111. 



(3899.) Rebecca J. Spafford and John Grant. 

Married Oct. 25, 1877; residence, Channahon, 111. 

CHILD. 

5220. Emma, b7 Aug. 30, 1880, in Russell County, Kansas. 



(3931.) Herbert L. Putnam and Laura C. Hale. 

Of Oconomowoc, Wis.; married June 15, 1870; residence, Atkinson, Holt 
County, Neij. 

CHILDREN, 

5221. Edward D., b. June 16, 1873. 

5222. Frank, b. Apr. 25, 1883. 

5223. Harry O., b. May 28, 1885. 
Two others, deceased. 



(3938.) Edward Fay and Adelthia Batch. 

Residence, Norvell, Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

5224. George H., b. May 8, 1849, 

5225. Charles E., b. May 5, 1854. 

(3939.) Harriet Fay and Henry Satterlee. 



CHILDREN. 



5226. James, b. Mar. 4, 1847. 

5227. Mary, b. Mar. 22, 1851. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 409 



(3940.) Mary Fay and Octavius Skey. 

CHILDREN. 

522S. Ellen, b. Apr. 27, 1843. 

5229. L. Jennie, b. Sept. 18, 1853. 

(3941.) Barnabas Fay and Sarah A. Andrews. 

CHILD. 

5230. Hattie G., b. Jan. 10, 1S52. 

(3943.) James Fay and Caroline Webster. 

Residence, Norvell, Mich. 

children. 

5231. Myra, b. Oct. 21, i860. 

5232. Frank, b. Dec. 8, 1869; d. Apr. 25, 1882. 



(3952.) Charlotte E. Spafard and T. M. Chapman. 

Married March 20, 1845. 

CHILD, 

5233. Spafard A. 

(3954.) Lois Spafard and Philetus Coon. 

Married Dec. 27, 1840. She died May 9, 1868, leaving one son. 

CHILD. 

5234. Andrew P. Other children, deceased. 

(3955.) Andrew W. Spafard and Lucinda Chapman. 

Married Feb. 6, 1850; residence. Amboy, 111. 

CHILD. 

5235. Shelley. Several others, not living. 

(3959.) Franklin Spafard and Maria Carpenter, 

Married Nov. 30, 1862; residence, Manchester, Mich. 



41 o PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



CHILDREN. 

5236. Almira B., b. Mar. 24, 1864. 

5237. Frederic E., b. July 18, 1866. 



(3969.) Emily E. Spafard and Thomas J. Farrell. 

Married Oct. 20, 1874; residence, Manchester, Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

5238. Elizabeth, b. Jan, 27, 1877. 

5239. Marian, b. Nov. 3, 1878. 

(3972.) John F. Spafard and Eya Field. 

Married Feb. 15, 1876; residence, Manchester, Mich. 

CHILD. 

5240. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 6, 1876. 



(3973.') Lymax H. Spafard and Abby Powell. 

Married May 7, 1872. 

CHILD. 

5241. Ransom P., b. Dec. 3, 1874. 

(3974.) Asenath Spafard and Horace M. Hooker. 

^ Tarried Nov. 3, 1852. 

CHILDREN. 

5242. Florence M., b. May 31, 1858. 

5243. May, b. July 2, 1864. 

5244. Horace C, b. Aug. 7, 1869. 

5245. Ransom S., b. Dec. 13, 1874. 

(3975.) Amy A. Spafard and Delos L. Birge. 

Married March 5, 1856. 

CHILD. 

5246. William S. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 411 

(3989.) Maky Spafard and William R. Peck. 

Married July 4, 1849. He died July 21, 1855. 

CHILDREN. 

5247. Sarah E., b. Apr. 22, 1S50. 

5248. Ruth M., b. Dec. 7,1851. 

5249. *Celia L., b. Mar. 3, 1854; m. Frank Bloomfield. 

5250. Charles W., b. Oct. 22, 1855 ; m. Maggie Coyle, May 2, 

1880. 

Second marriage with Willlvm Ellsworth, Oct. 11, 1856. 

CHILD, 

5251. *Marcia M., b. June 26, 1863 ; m. Harry James. 
(3990.) Caroline Spafard and Edwin Wilbur. 

Married June 16, 1850. 



CHILDREN. 



5252 
5253 
5254 

5255 
5256 
5257 



* 



^'Adelbert, b. May 2, 1851 ; m. Ella Walling. 
Marian, b. Mar. 17, 1852 ; d. Oct. 6, 1864. 
Charles B., b. June 21, 1857. 
Jennie M., b. Oct. 9, 1863. 
Frederic, b. Jan. i, 1867. 
Nellie G., b. Feb. 10, 1874. 



(3991.) Julia E. Spafard and Caleb Carpenter. 

Married Dec. 24, 1854. He died Nov. 17, 1861. 

CHILDREN. 

5258. *WiLLiAM S., b. Feb. 29,1856; m. Elizabeth Walling. 

5259. Clark H., b. June 11, 1858; m. Ella Briggs, Oct. 12, 

1881. 

Second marriage with Miles M. Gazlay, June 21, 1863. 

CHILDREN. 



5260. Charles H., b. Oct. 19, 1865. 

5261. Elizabeth L., b. Oct. 3, 1870. 



412 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(3992.) Orimal Spafard and Maria D. Gregory. 

Married Feb. 20, 1864. 

CHILDREN. 

5262. Lkwis, b. Jan. 26, 1865. 

5263. William H., b. July 29, 1S66. 

5264. EiNiMA J., b. Sept. 9, 1867. 

5265. Mary M., b. July 1;^. 1871. 

5266. Charles N., b. Apr. 9, 1873. 



(3994.) Charles E. Spafard jind Elizabeth Field. 

Married July 19, 1876. 

CHILD. 

5267. Florence F., b. Oct. 22, 1877. 



(3997.) Ansel Wilcox and Jane R. Avery. 

Married Sept. 16, 1S62. 

CHILD. 

5268. George, b. May 7, 1866. 

(3998.) Samuel Wilcox and Eliza A. Tryox. 

Married Dec. 3, 1855. 

CHILD. 

52G9. Lucy, b. Aug. 20, 1858. 



(4000.) Albert P. Spafard and Ann Eliza Meeker. 

Married April 29, 1844. 



5270 

5271 
5272 
5273 
5274 



CHILDREN. 

*Charles, b. Feb. 11. 1845 ; m. Alice Guile. 

Samuel A., b. July 7, 1849; d. Apr. 14, 1850. 

Mary, b. July 18, 185 1 ; died same day. 

*Esther, b. Aug. 4, 1852 ; m. Frederic Sherman. 

Henry A., b. Dec. 27, 1859. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 413 

(4001.) Henry A. Srafard and Mary E. Porter. 

Married April 3, 1853. 

CHILDREN. 

5275. *Elisha p., b. Jan. 17, 1S54; 111. Ida S. Abell. 

5276. *Emily p., b. Jan. 26, 1857 ; m. Eugene Tucker. 

5277. Henry A., b. Nov. 13, 1S60; m. Mary S. L. Reed, Mar. 

29, 1S81. 

5278. Lizzie, b. Jan. 22, 1865. 

5279. John A., b. Aug. 21, 1874. 

(4002.) Amos Spafard and Eliza Leonard. 

Married Dec. 30, i860. 

CHILDREN. 

5280. Hattie E., b. Mar. 19, 1863. 

5281. Adelaide L., b. Feb. 25, 1865. 



(4004.) Lydia S. Porter and Benjamin AV. Battey 

Married Sept. 3, 1849. 



CHILDREN. 



5282. William W., b. Sept. i, 1852 ; m. Lilla A. Baggs. 

5283. Henry P., b. Oct. i, 1863. 



(4006.) Elizabeth Kichardson and C. E. Buell. 

Married Dec. 23, 1868. 



CHILDREN. 



5284. Helen M., born in Geneva, Wis., Nov. i, 1869. 

5285. KiTTiE May, born in Geneva, Wis., May 31, 1877. 



(4007.) Theodore W. Spafard and Kittie A. Kathburn. 

Married Dec. 4, 1872; residence, Camden, Oneida County, N. Y. 

CHILD. 

5286. Noyes Benedict, d. Sept. 11, 1877. 



414 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(4008.) ^N^ii.LiAM P. Spafard and Sarah J. Morgan, 

Married Oct. 15, 1873; residence, Omaha, Neb. 

CHILDREN. 

5287. John W., b. Sept. 24, 1874. 
52S8. Ella M., b. Nov. 20, 1876. 

5289. George D., b. Nov. 20, 1879. 

(4009.) Katie L. Spafard and Robert W. Fitzgerald. 

Married Dec. 15, 1870; residence, Bedford, Taylor County, Iowa. 

CHILDREN. 

5290. Roy W., b. Aug. 12, 1872; d. August, 1873. 

5291 
5292 

5293 
5294 



Ray, born and died 1874. 

Robert Percy, b. March, 1875. 
Henry F., b. May, 1876 ; d. August, 1876. 

Kittie, b. October, 1878. 



(4032.) Edwin A. Spafard and Mary L. Chapman. 

Married May 21, 1876; residence, Broolclyn, N. Y. Mrs. .Spafard, who was of 
Mystic, Conn., died Oct. 3, 1881. 

CHILDREN. 

5295. Nellie H., b. Apr. 9, 1877; d. Apr. 18, 1881. 

5296. Edwin Percy, b. Sept. 10, 1879; d. Apr. 4, 1881. 

5297. John E., b. Mar. 14, 1881. 



(4033.) Anna E. Spafard and Eudolph H. Johnson. 

Married Oct. 30, 1868. 

CHILD. 

5298. Howard S., b. July 22, 1874. 



(4035.) Hervey Merritt Spofford and Mrs. Byron 

(2538). 

Married Dec. 18, 1866. He enlisted in the Second Heavy Artillery, 8th Com- 
pany, July 17, 1863; his present residence, Boxford, Mass. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 415 



CHILDREN, 



5299. Nettie Alma, b. Sept. 12, 1867 ; res. Georgetown, Mass. 

5300. Emma, b. Sept. 26, 1869 ; res. Georgetown, Mass. 



(4083.) Clara F. Spofford and Horace L. Peters. 

Married Oct. 12, 1875. 

CHILDREN. 

5301. Helen S., b. Apr. 29, 1880. 

5302. Blanche B., b. June 4, 188 1. 

(4084.) Ella M. Spofford and Willis S. FarPvIngton. 

Married June i, 1870. 

CHILDREN. 

5303. Clarence Carl, b. Mar. 28, 1873. 

5304. Florence Spofford, b. June 17. 1875. 

5305. Belle Spofford, b. June 11, 1880. 

5306. Willis Grant, b. May 24, 1885. 



(4138.) Charles S. Coburx and Louise G. Furber. 

Residence, Lawrence, Mass. 

CHILD. 

5307. Abbie L., b. June 15, 1869. 



(4144.) Eliza Francena Spofford and John C. Grey. 

Married Feb. 4, 1864; residence,' Brighton, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

5308. Inez Grace, b. June 19, 1866; graduated at Brighton High 

School, valedictorian of her class. 

5309. Freddie A., b. Sept. 10, 1868; d. July 2, 1869. 

1:310. Willie, ' > . t <? f d. June 25, 1870. 

^-^ ' S b. Tune 2^, 1870 ; -^ 

5311. Walter, ^ ^ ( d. June 28, 1870. 



41 6 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 



(4147.) Rebecca A. Whitehouse and Capt. William | 

R. Speare. :1 

! 

Married Nov. 21, 1861. He died at New Orleans, Aug. 4, 1874. ]Mrs. Speare 

resides at Melrose, Mass. ( 

CHILD. I 

5312. Edith N., b. Aug. 10, 1862. ' 



(4157.) Orton Moore and Jennie Greely. 

Married Dec. 7, 1865; residence, Pelham, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

5313. Florence, b. June 15, 1S70; d. July 24, 1870. 

5314. Willis H., b. Apr. 6, 1874; d. Jan. 14, 1879. 

(4158.) M. Jennie Moore and Otis A. Merrill. 

Married Jan. 13, 1870; residence, Lowell, Mass. She died January, 1882. 

CHILD. 

5315. Alice M., b. Sept. 20, 1871. 



(4206.) George H. Burnham and Emeline C. Boutwell. 

Married Oct. 11, 1850; residence, Providence, R. I. She was a daughter of 
Eli Boutwell, of Barre, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

5316. Josephine, b. May 27, 1852 ; d. Dec. 5, 1863. 

5317. Georgia, b. Mar. 17, 1858; m. George R. Niven, Provi- 

dence, R. I. 
53 iS. Walter W., b. Jan. 15, 186 1 ; m. Grace Edith Warner, 

Providence, R. I. 
5319. Ellen, b. Jan. 28, 1869. 



(4208.) Charles S. Burnham and Sarah J. Avery. 

Married July 13, 1861. She was of Holyoke, Mass.; residence, Waltham, 
Ivlass. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 417 



5320 
5321 
5322 

5323 

5324 

5325 
5326 



CHILDREN. 

Eugene, b. June 21, 1864 

Alice F., b. Dec. 5, 1866 

Charles M., b. June 18, 1868 

Harry A., b. Oct. i, 1869 

Louise E., b. Oct. 4, 1873 

Leroy p., b. May 11, 1879 

Theodora, b. Nov. 28, i88i 



d. Sept. 4, 1864. 



(4209.) Sarah J. Burnham and Chas. Hazen Stickney. 

Married Jan. 3, 1867; residence, Dracut, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

5327. Edwin Lawrence, b. Nov. 10, 1867. 

5328. Asa, b. Oct. 7, 1875. 

(4210.) Edwin S. Burnham and Elizabeth Bacon. 

She was of Wiiitetield, Me.; residence, Waltliam, Mass. 

CHILD. 

5329. Edwin F., b. Nov. 7, 1880. 

(4211.) Willis G. Burnham and Harriet Gay. 

She was of Natick, Mass.; residence, Waltham, Mass. 

children. 

5330. Frances, b. Sept. 15, 1869; d. Aug. 27, 1876. 

5331. Mabel, b. May 29, 187 1 ; d. Aug. 27, 1876. 

5332. Fred W., b. Oct. 21, 1879 ; d. Feb. 8, 1882. 
5333- Jessie, b. Sept. 27, 1881. 

(4212.) Harriet E. Burnham and Albert F. Parker. 

Residence, Waltham, Mass. 

children. 

5334. Albert Maynard, b. Oct. 9, 1869. 

5335. Willis Francis, b. July 23, 1873. 



4iS PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(4215.) Edna Spofforu and Frank M. Bohonon. 

Married Jan. 31, 1883. He was l^orn in Washington, Vt., Aug. 2, 1S55. 

CHILD. 

5336. Lizzie, born in Marshiield, Vt., Oct. 5, 1885. 



(4222.) Mary E. Hoebs and Enoch W. Marsh. 

Married Jan. i, 1857. 

CHILDREN. 

5337. Charles Enoch, b. Apr. 29, 1858; d. Apr. 25. 1S66. 

5338. Francis Willie, b. Oct. 15, 1859 ; m., Dec. 7, 1881, Car- 

rie Lucinda Fox. 

5339. Mary Elizabeth, b. Mar. 9, 1863. 

5340. Addison Gage, b. July 31, 1874; d. Dec. 26, 1876. 

(4224.) Charles W. Hobbs and Abbie Jane Sleeper. 

Married 1870. 

children. 

1:341. Etta Alice, ) u tv/t o 

^^^ ' >- b. Mar. 11, 1871. 

5342. Ella Agnes, ) 

5343. Lizzie Abbie, b. Nov. 7. 1872. 

5344. Mary Edna, b. May 19, 1875. 

5345. Georgie Louisa, b. July 6, 1877. 

5346. Sarah Edith, b. May 10, 1879. 



(4228.) Frank Stickney and Serena Batcheldei;. 

Married June 18, 1873; residence, Pelham, N. H. 

CHILDREN 

5347. Alice G., b. May 12, 1874. 

5348. Clarence A., b. Jan. 3, 1877. 

5349. Carrie M., b. Nov. 27, 1879. 

5350. Milan C, b. Feb. 25, 188 r. 

5351. Jennie R., b. Nov. 6, 1884. 

5352. Lizzie M., b. May 12, 1886; d. Aug. 11, 1886. 



i 



■} 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 419 



(4231.) Alice M. Stickney and Clahence X. Gage. 

Married Feb. 15, 1866. Mr. Gage was born in Pelham, P^eb. 21, 1845; l^i'led 
by railroad disaster at Ashtabula, Ohio, Dec. 21, 1876. Mrs. Gage resides in 
Lowell, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

5353. Arthur N., b. Dec. 14, 1866, in Pelham, N. H. 

5354. Clarence B., b. Mar. 14, 1877, in Pelham, N. H. ; d. Apr. 

28, 18S0, in Lowell, Mass. 



{4232.) Truman R. Stickney and Emma B. Prescott. 

Married Dec. i, 1S73. 

CHILD. ' 

5355- Susie P., born in Lowell, Mass., Aug. 31, 1878. 



(4233.) Otis D. Spofford and Josephine Blackburn. 

Married 1874; residence, Lowell, Mass. 

CHILD. 

5356. Lizzie E., b. Jan. 22, iSSo. 



(4242.) George Tolman and Mrs. Eliza Collins. 

For family, see Eliza A. Spofibrd, page 329. 

(4244.) Mary H. Tolman and Benjamin F. Andrew 

Residence, 215 Oxford Street, Portland, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

5357. Prince Eugene, b. Feb. 10, 1874. 

5358. George Albert, b. June 16, 1878 : d. Nov. 2, 1S80. 

5359. Harriet Mabel, b. Sept. 23, 1882. 



42 o PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(4262.) Joseph B. Spofford and Barbara A. Curtis. 

Married Sept. 7, 1875; residence, West Great Works, Penobscot County, Me. 

CHILD. 

5360. Carrie W., b. Oct. 15, 1876. 



(4273.) Dr. W. W. Pillsburt and Anna Louisa 
Williams. 

Married June 21, 1876; residence, Merrimac, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

5361. Florence Hortense, b. May 27, 1877. 

5362. Thomas Arthur, b. May 24, 1878; d. Nov. 19, 1883. 

5363. Pearl Martin, b. June 20, 1882. 

5364. Louisa Jeannette, b. June i, 1885. 



(4277.) Cpiakles B. Spofford and Marcia B. Nourse. 



CHILD. 

5364^. Marguerite, b. June 8, 1888. 



(4280.) Kate E. Spofford and Arthur E. Carpenter. 

Married Sept. 3, 1873; residence, North Attleboro, Mass. 

CHILD. 

5365. (iRACE, b. Oct. 28, 1874. 

t 

(428 L) Electa F. Spofford and Andrew J. Hersey. 

Married April 20, 1881; residence, Worcester, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

5366. Guy Spofford, b. Feb. 2, 1882. 

5367. Arthur L., b. Jan. 10, 1884. 

5368. Bertha, I b. Oct. 29, 1885. 

5369. Ethel, ) 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 421 

(4282.) Ellen L. Spofford and Thomas McAlpine. 

Married April 5, 1882; residence, North Attleboro, Mass. 

CHILD. 

5370. Walter Prescott, b. Jan. 21, 1S85. 



(4294.) Mary E. Spofford and C. H. Fiske. 

Residence, "Fiske House," Old Orchard Beach. 

children. 
5371. Austin H. 5372. Florence. 

(4295.) Alden E. Spofford and Nellie M. Elkins. 

Residence, Danville, N. H. 

CHILD. 

5373. Earl. 



(4303.) Henrietta A. Spofford and Gardner Libbey. 

Married Feb. 7, i860; residence, Biddeford, Me. 

CHILD. 

5374. E.mma Gertrude, b. July 25, 1862 ; m. John Emerson; res. 

Biddeford, Me. 

(4302.) Martha Amelia Spofford and Jaikus Mann. 

Married Aug. 3, 1863; residence, Somerville, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

5375. Horace Crosby, b, Sept. 16, 1864; d. Dec. 11, 1868. 

5376. Harriet Asenath, b. May 6, 1866; a musician of much 

ability. 

(4305.) George A. Spofford and Emma Proctor. 

Residence, Kennebunk, Me. 

CHILD. 

5377- Forest G., b. July 10, 1874. 
28 



42 2 PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 

(430G.) Julia Frances Spoffoed and Charles Chase. 

Residence, Portland, Me. 

CHILD. 

5378- Joseph E., b. 1882. 

(4307.) Charles E. Spofford and Annie Delnoe. 

Residence, Portland, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

5379. Eddie, not living, 5380. Willie. 



(4308.) Elizabeth M. Spofford and Humphrey Webster. 

Residence, Buxton, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

5381. Charles. 5382. An infant, died. 

(430U.) Almira M. Spofford and Charles E. Hill. 

Married Sept. 21, 1S61; settled in Buxton, Me., on the old homestead of her 
grandfather. Col. Amos Spofford. 

CHILDREN. 

5383. Edith Eveline, b. Sept. 17, 1875 ; d. Feb. 5, 1878. 

5384. Emma Ethel, b. Mar. 22, 1879. 

(4311.) Frank S. Spofford and Abby Lane. 

Both natives of Buxton, Me.; married Jan. 27, 1871; resided at Biddeford, 
Me. He died very suddenly in Vv'aterville, Me., Feb, 23, 1885. 











children. 


5385- 


Benjamin 


W. 






5386. 


MvRA Belle, 


d. 


Aug. 7, 1878. 


5387- 


Frank VV. 








5388. 


Milton, 




V- 


July 28, 1874. 


5389- 


Mildred, 






5390- 


Isabelle, 




cl. 


May 8, 1881. 



PARENTS EIGHTH GENERATION, CHILDREN NINTH. 423 



(4319.) Emma Augusta Holbhook and John Wiieelek. 

CHILD. 

5391. Pearl Allina, b. Sept. 12, 1881. 



(4323.) Albert M. Priest and Sauah A. Ritchie. 

She was of Boston, Mass.; residence, New Market, N. H. 



CHILDREN. 



5392. Albert M. 

5393. William L. 

5394. Frank Jones. 



5395. Addie Florence. 

5396, A son, b. Apr. 28, 1887. 



(4368.) HERBERT L. TiBBETTS and Emma E. L. Branson. 

Married at Waverly, Ohio, Oct. 4, 1878. 

children. 

5397. Ernest Clifton, b. July 2, 1879, 

5398. Harry Leslie, b. July 4, 1881 ; d. Sept. 25, 18S1. 
5399- Edward Leslie, K _ j^ ^Sg^_ 

5400. Walter Lewis, ) 



(4372.) Alice E. Spofford and Rev. Wm. D. Atpierx. 

Married May 24, 1883. He was of Vineyard Haven, Mass.; residence, 
Spencer, Mass., and Waseca, Minn. 

children. 

5401. Guy Leavenworth, b. July 9, 1884. 

5402. Cyril Day, b. Dec. 30, 1886. 

(4374.) Clara N. Spofford and Walter L. Kimb.vLl. 

Married March 27, 1879; residence, Georgetown, Mass. 

child. 

5403. Ermina Rey, b. June 21, 1S80, 



424 PARENTS NINTH GENERATION, CHILDREN TENTH. 



parents ^imtl^ (5cmvat\on, dbil^ren Centb. 



(4386.) Lysander E. Spafford and Lizzie Spencer. 

Married Aug. ii, 1875, in Jefferson County, N. Y. He was a native of Oxford, 
Chenango County, N. J. 

CHILDREN. 



5404. Lizzie. 

5405. Etta. 



5406. Frances J. 

5407. Lysander LaVerne. 



(4504.) Jay Spofford and Ella Burgess. 

Married March I, 1879; residence. North East, Erie County, Pa. 

CHILD. 

5408. Kes'rietta, b. May 22, 1884. 



(4(330.) William W. Spafford and Annie K. Sutart. 

Married March i, 1880. 

CHILD. 

5409, Arthur W., b. Dec, 5, 1880. 

(463 L) Henry F. Spafford and Sarah J. McLxtire. 

Married Jan. 3, 1875; residence, Boston, Mass. She died April, iSSo. 

CHILD. 

5410. Alice F., b. Dec, 1875. 



(4640.) Hannah M. Sp.vfford and Filaxk P. P'iske. 

Married ^Liy 6, 1882; residence, Harrisville, N. H. 

CHILD. 
541 r- Charles P., b. Oct 25. 1883. 



PARENTS NINTH GENERATION, CHILDREN TENTH. 425 

(4G43.) Isaac Buckingham Spafford and Ida Gertrude 
Ham. 

Married May 9, 1883; reside in Boston. He is a graduate of the Roxbury 
High School, and salesman for a wholesale dry-goods house in Boston. 

CHILD. 

5412. Isaac Buckingham, Jr., b. Oct. 30, 1884. 



(4683.) George Elmer Ingalls iind Flora R. Currier. 

Married Oct. 6, 1883. 

CHILD. 

5413. Charles, b. Mar. 5, 1885. 



(4717.) Artemas W. Spofford and Clara E. Jefts. 

Married Dec. 13, 1871. 

CHILI). 

5414. Nellie A., b. July 21, 1876. 

(4719.) Persis M. Spofford and Johx W. Symoxds. 

Residence, New Ipswich, N. H. 

\ 
CHILD. 

5415. EsTELLA F.. b. Mar. 22, 1875. 



(4 722.) Dora O. Heald and Willis B. Olcutt. 

Married June 10, 1883. 

CHILD. 

5416. Clarence B , b. July 26, 1884 ; died young. 



(4737.) Mary J. Spofford and H. H. Giddixgs. 

Resided at Leavitt, Oceana County, Mich. He died May 4, 1S7S. 



42 6 PARENTS NINTH GENERATION, CHILDREN TENTH. 

CHILD. 

5417. Levi H., b. Mar. 11, 1872. 
Second marriage with JoEL Grant. 

(4741.) Marcia M. Litcpifield and Roi.lin Pitts. 

Married Sept. 19, 1876; residence, Centre Rutland, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

5418. Albert Rollin, b. July 28, 1880. 

5419. Mary Eliza, b. May 31, 1885. 

(4745.) Lydia a. Litchfield and Elbridge Wood. 

Married April 27, l88oj residence, Rutland, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

5420. Allen Robrins, b. Feb. 28, 1881. 

5421. Elbridge H., b. Dec. 3, 1884. 

5422. Bertha R., b. Feb. 19, 1887. 

(474().) Martha J. Litchfield and George M. Ellis. 

Married April 27, 1881: residence, Rutland, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

5423. Sarah Lydia, b. Dec. 24, 1884. 

5424. Zella, b. Oct. 26, 1886. 



(4749.) LiLLA L. Spafford and Gilman B. Horton. 

Married Oct. 29, 1875. 

CHILDREN. 

5425. Ernest G., b. Nov. 15, 1876. 

5426. Josephine M., b. Dec. 7, 1877. 

5427. Inez E., b. Oct. 30, 1879. 

(4750.) Irexa E,. Spafford and Addisox Webster. 

children. 

5428. Otis A., b. May 8, 1880. 

5429. Theodore O., b. Aug. 19, 1886. 



PARENTS NINTH GENERATION, CHILDREN TENTH. 427 



(4751.) Carrie I. Spafford and Edwin M. Royce. 

CHILDREN. 

5430. Roy C. S., b. Nov. 11, 1879. 

5431. Guv E., b. Mar. 22, 1882. 



(480(^.) M. Everett Spafford and Eva Harmon. 

Married June 14, 1S82. 

CHILD.- 

5432. PIOWARD, b. Apr. 29, 1883. 



(4942.) Cora J. Spafford and Patrick Alcock. 

children. 

5433. Stella. | 5435. George. 

5434. Pearl. I 5436. Another child. 



(5090.) Marcia Page and Carpenter H. Eberly. 

Married Jan. 16, 1879. She was a native of Warsaw, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

5437. Minnie E, b. Mar. 6, 1880. 

5438. Fred H., b. May 4, 1882. 



(5093.) Laura Merrill and Charles W. Latimer. 

Married June 25, 1882. 

child. 
5439. Frank M., b. Nov. 26, 1883. 



(5249.) Celia L. Peck and Frank Bloomfield. 

Married March 3, 1875. 

CHILD. 

5440. Norman, b. Jan. 2, 1878. 



428 PARENTS NINTH GENERATION, CHILDREN TENTH. 

(5251.) Marcia M. Ellswoeth and Harry James. 

Married Dec. 30, 1879. 

CHILD. 

5441. Ethel B., b. Nov. 24, 1880. 



(5252.) AuELBERT Wilbur and Ella Walling . 

Married Nov. 10, 1873. 

CHILD. 

5442. Clinton S., b. May 12, 1876. 



(5258.) Wm. S. Carpenter and Elizabeth Walling. 

Married Feb. 10, 1875. 



CHILDREN. 



5443. Pearl O., b. July i, 1877. 

5444. Agnes, b. Dec. 7, 1879. 



(5270.) Charles Spafard and Alice Guile. 

Married Dec. 5, 1863. 

CHILDREN. 

5445. William A., b. Mar. 30, 1867. - 
544^^. Lizzie G., b. June 7, 1872. 

(5273.) EsTHEii Spafard and Frederic Sherman. 

Married May 27, 1871. 

CHILDREN. 

5447. Clarence, b. June 22, 1872. 

5448. Harriet R., b. Mar. 23, 1875. 

5449. Earl J., b. June 29, 1876. 



PARENTS NINTH GENERATION, CHILDREN TENTH. 429 

(5275.) Elisha P. Spafakd and Ida S. Abell. 

Married Dec. 25, 1874; residence, Lebanon, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

5450. Lottie M., b. June 14, 1S76. 

5451. Henry P., b. Apr. 30, 1878. 

(5276.) Emily P. Spafard and J. Eu(;ene Tucker. 

Married Dec. 25, 1S74; residence, Lebanon, Conn. 

CHILD. 

5452. Eugene D., b. Nov. i, 1879. 



SUPPLEMENTARY RECORDS. 



The records of families here introduced were received too late 
for use in their appropriate places, or have baffled the effort to 
establish for them an unquestioned location in the order of the 
generations. 

The incorrect statement on page 84, concerning the early death 
of the wife of Amos Spafford (234), arose from a misapprehen- 
sion of a passage in a letter of his, dated at Orville, Ohio, Sept. 9, 
1785, in which, beside allusions to his own work and his surveys 
that season, a hundred and fifty miles to the north, he speaks 
of his three children — all he then had — as claimants on the 
love of their aunt, to whom the letter was written, and who, it 
was hastily assumed, was thus placed in the position of foster- 
mother to them. The following record throws a different light 
upon this matter. The number of the generations is indicated, 
when known, by the small figures at the right of names. 

(234.) Major Amos Spafford^ and Olive Barlow. 

He was born April 11, 1753, at Sharon, Litchfield County, Conn. She was 
l)orn Aug. 26, 1756, at Granville, Hampden County, Mass.; married July 3, 1773; 
located at Granville, Mass.; removed to Orwell, Vt., and in 1804 emigrated to 
Ohio, settling at Fort Meigs on the Maumee River. He received his commission 
as major during the War of 1812, and died Aug. 3, 1816, at Waynesfield, Wood 
County, Ohio. His wife, Olive Barlow, died Jan. 18, 1823, at Waynesfield, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

1. *Samuel6, b. July 13, 1775, at Granville, Mass.; m. Cath- 

erine Mabee. 

2. *Anna6, b. Dec. 24, 1780, at Granville, Mass.; m. John 

Craw. 

3. Chloe^, b. Jan. 26, 1785, at Orwell, Addison County, Vt. 

4. GuY^, b. Nov. 26, 1786, at Orwell, Vt. ; d. May 4, 1790, 

at Orwell, Vt. 

5. Adolphus", b. Jan. 16, 1792, at Orwell, Vt. ; drowned April 

19, 1808, in Lake Erie. 



SUPPLEMENTARY RECORDS. 



431 



6. *AURORA^, 

7. Jarvis*', 



b. Jan. 29, 1794, at Orwell, Vt. ; m. Mrs. Mary 

Rolph Jones, 
b. February, 1796, at Orwell, Vt. ; d. 1797, at 

Orwell, Vt. 



8. 


Jarvis''', 


9- 


Loviecy'!', 


0. 


Chloe", 


I. 


JaiMes M.'^, 



(1.) Samuel Spafford^ and Catherine ]\Iabee. 

Married Jan. 7, 1802, at Northfield, Ontario County, N. Y. In 1815, emigrated 
to Perrysburg, Wood County, Ohio. He died Dec. 24, 1 831, at Perryshurg; his 
wife, Catherine Mabee, Sept. 14, 1854, at Perrysburg. 

CHILDREN, 

b. Oct. 7, 1802, at Northfield, N. Y. 

b. Jan. 7, 1805. 

b. July 7, 1807. 

b. Aug. 4, 1809, at Boyd, Lewis County, N. Y. ; 
m. Frances Williard ; 2d, ; res. Guate- 
mala, Central America. A daughter, Eliza- 
beth, resides in San Francisco, Cal. 

b. June II, 181 1 ; m. Deborah Hunt. 

b. Feb. 15, 1814. 

b. Nov. I, 1816, at Brighton, Monroe County, 
N. Y. 

b. Aug. 31, 1818, at Perrysburg, Ohio. 

b. Sept. 7, 1819; m. Skinner; res. West 

Unity, Williams County, Ohio. A son, 
Charles W., and others. 

b. Aug. 7, 182 1. 

b. Oct. 31, 1823; m. Emeline Blinn. 

b. Dec. 2, 1826. 



12. 


*Amos~, 


13- 


Betsey", 


14. 


Maluna a 


15- 


Olive A.'^, 


16. 


Mary A.", 


17- 


Olive", 


18. 


*Nelson''', 


19. 


Samuel N.' 



(2.) Anna Spafford^ and John Craav. 

Married 1801, and settled in Cleveland, Ohio, where she died Jan. 23, 1807. 



CHILDREN. 



20. John''', b. Apr. 27, 1802, in Cleveland, Ohio ; settled in 

the Western States. 

21. Richard''', b. Jan. 4, 1804, Cleveland, Ohio; settled in the 

Western States. 



43 : 



SUPPLEMENTARY RECORDS. 



(().) Aurora Spafford^ jind Mrs. Mary Rolph Jones. 

She was born Sept. 29, 1791, at Princeton, Worcester County, Mass. First 
couple married in Wood County, Ohio, at Waynestield, Feb. 20, 1817; resided at 
Waynesfield. Aurora Spafford died Dec. 18, 1849, at Perry sburg; his wife, 
Mary, Jan. 18, 1879, at Hull Prairie, Ohio. 



22. 



CHILDREN. 

Darius Adolphus'^, b. Nov. 16, 1817, at Waynesfield, Ohio; 

drowned Mar. i, 1828, at Perrj-sburg, 

Ohio, 
b. Aug. 17, 1819; d. Apr. 8, 1823. 
b. Feb. 8, 1822. 

b. Oct. 23, 1824; d. Sept. 23, 1825. 
b. Oct. 20, 1826; d. Mar. 30, 1850, on 

Feather River, California, 
b. May 24, 1829; d. Dec. 8, 1851, in 

Cincinnati, Ohio, 
b. May 3, 1832, at Waynesfield, Ohio; 

m. Sarah Jane Dubbs, Mar. 20, 1856, 

at Perrysburg, Ohio ; res. Hull Prairie, 

Wood County, Ohio. 



23- 


Chloe Ann''', 


24. 


Louisa''', 


25- 


Oliver Amos'', 


26. 


Alfred Jarvis'^, 


27. 


Mary Olivia''', 


28. 


*James Aurora'', 



(12.) Amos Spafford" tind Deborah Hunt. 

children. 

29. *AraC.^, b. July 2[, 1837, at Perrysburg, Ohio; m. Amanda 

M. Baird. 

30. John B.^, born at Perrysburg, Ohio ; m. ; res. Omaha, 

Neb. 



(18.) Nelson Spafford^ and Emeline Blinn, 

Married December, 1850. 



31. Dill. 



children. 
32. Leonard.^ 



22- Edward 



(28.) Jamks Aurora Spafford'' and Sarah J. Dubbs. 

She was a native of Bedford, St. Clair Township, Bedford County, Penn. ; married 
March 20, 1856, at Perrysburg, Ohio; residence, Hull Prairie, Wood County, Ohio. 



SUPPLEMENTARY RECORDS. 433 

CHILDREN. 

34. *Alfred J. A. 8, b. Feb. 9, 1857, at Hull Prairie, Ohio; m. 

Jane Carter. 

35. Lewis D.^ b. Mar. 26, i860, at Hull Prairie, Ohio; res. 

Perrysburg, Ohio. 

36. William L.^, b. Dec. 15, 1863, at Hull Prairie, Ohio; res. 

Hull Prairie, Ohio. 



(29.) Aea C. SpaffordS and Amanda M. Baird. 

She was born Sept. 18, 1838, at MiUonville, Wood County, Ohio; married July 
21, 1858, at Perrysburg, Ohio. He died of yellow fever at Camp Sorghum, near 
Columbia, S. C, while a prisoner of war. 

CHILDREN. 

37. *Clifton Amol^, b. June 2, 1859, at Perrysburg, Ohio ; m. 

Grace E. Cooper. 

38. Elmer L.^, b. July 8, 1861, at Perrysburg, Ohio; res. 

Perrysburg, Ohio. 

39. Waldo^, died in infancy. 



(34.) Alfred J. A. Spafford® and Jane Carter. 

He was superintendent of public schools at Flandreau, Dakota. 



CHILDREN. 



40. Mabel^, b. Dec. 24, 1884, at Pontogany, Ohio. 

41. Russell^, b. Jan, 15, 1886, at Flandreau, Dakota. 



(37.) Clifton A. Spafford^ and Grace E. Cooper. 

She was born Feb. 19, 1863, at East Providence, R. L; married Oct. 10, 1883, 
at East Providence, R. L; residence, Perrysburg, Wood County, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

42. Grace A.^'^, b. Aug. 11, 1884, at Providence, R. L 

43. Clarence E.^", b. Aug, i, 1885 ; d. Oct. i, 1885. 

44. A daughter^'^, b. May 25, 1888, at Perrysburg, Ohio. 



434 SUPPLEMENTARY RECORDS. 



The following is a son of Bradstreet Spafford, whose name 
appears on page 58 : — 

(284.) John Spafford^ and Olmstead. 

He was a Revolutionary soldier; was at the siege and fall of Quebec with Gen. 
Montgomery; resided at Cambridge, Vt., on what was known as the " Ox-Bow" 
Farm, the river which nearly surrounded his place giving it the name. While he 
was with his company in the seige of Quebec, Mrs. Spafford died at Cambridge, Vt. 

CHILD. 

1. *Phineas Page'', b. November, 1775, at Cambridge, Vt. ; m. 

Ruth Spaulding. 

Second marriage with Avis Dean, and resided at Cambridge, Vt., but died at 
Genesee Hats, Genesee County, N. Y. 

CHILDREN, 

2. TiSDAL'', m. Sally French ; lived in Cambridge, Vt. Two 

children. 

3. Omery^, (from Montgomery, the general ;) killed by Indians, 

during the Black Hawk war, while hoeing corn 
in his garden, at Mineral Point, Wis. 

4. JOHN^. 

5. *LuCY^, m. Elisha Bigsby. 

6. *Avis''', m, John Morrison. 

7. Pamelia'^, m. . 



(1.) Phineas Page Spafford'' and Ruth Spaulding. 

Married 1799; after removals in Cambridge, Vt., Province of Quebec, Canada, 
settled in Crawford County, Penn. He died Sept. 28, 1848, at Lambertville, 
Monroe County, Mich. She died April 10, 1861, aged 81, at Lambertville. 

CHILDREN. 

8. *VVrensler*', b. Dec. 27, 1799, at Cambridge, Vt. ; m. 

Martha Frye. 
g. *VViLLiAM^, b. Dec. 27, 1802, in Province of Quebec, 

Canada ; m. Olive Fish. 
10. Amanda^, b. 1806, in Canada; m. Thomas Lewis. They 

had seven children, one of whom is Mrs. 

Crane'^, of East Toledo, Ohio. 



SUPPLEJSIENTARV RECORDS. 435 

11. JoHN^, b. Apr. 14, 1808, at Lake George, N. Y. ; m. 

; settled in the West ; res. unknown. 

12. Perr\® b. 1812, in Crawford County, I'a. ; m. , in 

Ohio; lived in Michigan, and died in 1886, 
at Dundee. He left a son, Charles-*, of 
Tecumseh, Mich., and other children. 

(5.) Lucy Spaffoed' and Elisha Bigsby. 

Reside at Solon Township, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

13. MiLLY^, m. Alanson Morrison ; d. 1887, 
Also two sons and one other daughter, 

(6.) Avis Spafford^ and John Moreison,, 

John Morrison had a former wife, Mary Brown, by whom he had a 3on, AJan- 
son, who married Milly Bigsby, and a daughter, Mary, who married Nathan B, 
Spafford, and afterward his^brother, Hiram Spafford (see page 187). John Mor- 
rison died November, 1S47, 3-ged 87 years; his wife. Avis, died the following day. 
aged 66 years. 

CHILD. 

14. *WiLLiAM®j m, Julia Younker ; died at Bryan, Williams County, 

Ohio, about 1879. 



(8.) Wrensler Spafford^ and Martha Fryb. 

Married 1820, in Crawford County, Penn. He died Aug. 14, 1831, in Crawford 
County; his wife, Martha, died May 26, 1 851, in Crawford County. 

CHILDREN, 

15. A daughtei^, died in infancy, 

16- Henr\^, b. Apr. 22, 1823; d, Nov. 21, 1846. 

17. *Mar'v^, b. Mar, 12, 1826, in Crawford County, Penn.; 

m, Sylvester Woodruff Spafford (21). 
iS. A daughter^, died in infancy. 

(9.) William Spafford^ and Olive Fish. 

Of Whitehall, N. Y. Married Dec. 28, 1823, near Fort An.n, N. V.; lived in 
Crawford County, Penn., Monroe County, Mich.; resides at Tulare, Tulare County, 
CaL Olive Fish Spafford died Nov. 11, 1869, aged 61 years, 9 months, and 1 1 days. 



436 SUPPLEMENTARY RECORDS. 

CHILDREN. 

i^. *Ama\da^, b. Sept. 27, 1824; m. William Moore. 

20. Lyman^, b. Mar. 22, 1826; d. Sept. 10, 1827. 

21. *Sylvester Woodruff* b. Feb. 28, 1829, in Crawford County, 

Penn. ; m. Mary SpafFord (17). 

22. *Phebe Margarette^, b. May 4, 1831 ; m. Hannibal H. 

Pennock. 

23. *Harriet Elizabeth*, b. Apr. 22, 1833; m. Salem J. Harts- 

horn, 

24. *NArHAN Prior*, b. Feb. 13, 185 1, at Lambertville, 

Monroe County, Mich. ; m. Fan- 
nie L. Giltries. 



(14.) William Moreison^ and Julia Younker. 

Residence, Bryan, Williams County, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

25. Marie*, b. Nov. 7, 1841, at Shalerville, Portage County, Ohio ; 
m. Albert Josiah Spafford (see page 279), Jan. 7, 
1865, at Butler, Ind. ; res. Bryan, Ohio. 
And nine others. 



(17.) Mary Spafford* and Sylvester W. Spafford*. 

For records, see Sylvester W. Spafford (21). 



(19.) Amanda Spafford* and William MoorIe, 

Residence, Tulare, Cal. He died in 1886, at Tulare. 



CHILDREN. 



26. Alonzo T., m. Ella D. Spafford (30); res. Wahtake P. O., Cal. 
Also one other son and one daughter. 

(21.) Sylvester Woodruff Spafford^ and Mary Spaf- 
ford (17). 

Married Feb. i, 1849, in Crawford County, Penn.; emigrated in 1851 to 
Dubuque County, Iowa; removed to Allamakee County, Iowa, and in 1870 
settled in Hamilton County, Neb. He died Nov. 9, 1876, at Aurora, Hamilton 
County, Neb. His widow, Mary Spafford, resides at Tulare, Tulare County, Cal. 



SUPPLEMENTARY RECORDS. 



437 



27. *Henry Lvman^" 
28 



CHILDREN. 

b. Oct. 2 1, 1849, ^" Crawford County, 
Pa. ; m. Calista Austin. 
*Anna Elizabeth^°, b. July 3, 1853, in Dubuque County, 

Iowa ; m. Garrett Hubbell. 
Sylvester Marion^'', b. Jan. 21, 1856, in Allamakee County, 

Iowa; d. Aug. 23, 1857, in Allama- 
kee Count}^ 

b. Jan. 31, 1858; m. Alonzo T. Moore 
(26). ■ 

b. Dec. 12, 1859 ; m. Ida Ann Fosdick. 

b. Nov. 15, 1861 ; m. Winfield I. Scott. 

b. Jan. 3, 1864; m. Susannah McCon- 
naughay. 

b. Aug. 15, 1866; m. Albert S. Page,. 
June 4, 1883, at Kearney, Buffalo 
County, Neb. ; res. Pilot, Custer/ 
County, Neb. 

b. Dec. 20, 187 1, in Hamilton County; 
Neb. 



30. *Ella De EtheI", 

31. * Victor William^" 

32. *Mary Olive^", 
2)2y *Waldo WorthI", 



10 



34. *Letta Vitura 



35. Frank Hugo'", 



(22.) Phebe M. Spafford'^ and Hannibal H. Pennock. 

Married in 1847. She died July 25, 1855, at Lambertville, Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

36. A soni°, died in the army. 

37. Eva*°, b. 1854; m. Elmer Aldrich ; res. Tecumseh, Mich. 

(23.) Harriet E. Spafford^ and Salem J. Hartshorn. 

Married 1849. She died Aug. 31, 1865, at Dundee, Mich. Mr. Hartshorn 
lives at Fort Wayne, Ind. 

CHILDREN. 



38. George Edward^", 



39 

40 

41 
42 

43 



Charles Melvin^", b. 1851 

Harriet Evaline^*^, b. 1853 

William H.io, b. 1856 

Albert Juan'", b. 1S58 

Flora A.'", b. i860 



b. 1850 ; died by accident on a railroad, 
in Fort Wayne, Ind., Oct. 29, 1872. 
d. 1853. 
d. 1866, at Adrian, Mich. 

« 

res. Grand Junction, Col. 
res. Grand Junction, Col. 
m. Courtland P. Bliss, 1887 ;. 



res. Grand Junction, Col. 



29 



438 SUPPLEMENTARY RECORDS. 

(24.) Nathan P. Spafford^ and Fannie L. Giltkies. 

Married March 13, 1878; residence, Aurora, Hamilton County, Neb. 

CHILDREN. 

44. Erle G.i°, b. Apr. 10, 1879. 

45. Roy1«, b. Nov. 19, 1881 ; d. Feb. 26, 1882. 

46. Lynne^*', b. Dec. i, 1884. 



(27.) Henry Lyman Spafford^° and Calista Austin. 

Of Clay County, Neb. Married August, 1873; residence, Cholame, San Luis 
Obispo County, Cal. 

CHILDREN. 

47. Oleta Irene^^ b. Mar. i, 1876; d. July 6, 1879, in Hamilton 

County, Neb. 

48. Loeta^^, b. September, 1879; "^^ October, 1879. 

49. Trulove^^, b. Sept. 30, 1885, in Fresno County, Cal. 



(28.) Anna E. Spafford^o and Garrett Hubbell. 

Of !Mills County, Iowa. Married March 17, 1870; residence, Tulare, Cal. 



50 
51 
52 

53 
54 
55 
56 
57 



children (all born in HAMILTON COUNTY, NEB.). 

Mary Amy^i, b. Nov. 6, 1872. 

Miles Dexter^\ b. Apr. 15, 1875. 

Garrett Wesley'^ b. Jan. 13, 1877 ; d. June 30, 1879. 

Lilly Belle", b. Dec. 2, 1878; d. July 29, 1S80. 

Earl Augustine", b. Aug. 16, 1881 ; d. Oct. 5, 1881. 

Eddie Leon", b. Jan. 3, 1883 ; d. Aug. 18, 1883. 

Jesse Monger", b. Aug. 2, 1884; d. Oct. 15, 1884. 

Archie Elmer", b. Oct. 4, 1885. 



(30.) Ella De E. Spafford^o and Alonzo T. Moore (26). 

Married Feb. 14, 1878, in Hamilton County, Neb.; residence, Wahtake P. O., 
yresno County, Cal. 



< 



SUPPLEMENTARY RECORDS. 439 



CHILDREN. 



58. A daughter (adopted), November, 1886. 

59. Emma S. Beaver", b. Dec. 17, 1883. 



(31.) Victor W. Spafford^" and Ida A. Fosdick. 

^larried Nov. 21, 18S1, in Custer County, Neb.; residence, Wahtake P. O., 
Fresno County, Cal. 

CHILDREN. 

60. Frank Herbert", b. Nov. 22, 1883. 

61. A son", b. Sept. 14, 1SS5 ; d. Sept. 17, 1885. 

62. Pearl Edith", b. July 14, 1887. 



(32.) Mary 0. Spafford and Winfield I. Scott. 

Married July 6, 1879, in Hamilton County. Neb.; residence, Wahtake P. O., 
Fresno County, Cal. 

CHILDREN. 

6T). a daughter (adopted), November, 1887. 
64. Annabelle Eunice Beaver", b. 1882. 



(33.) Waldo AV. Spafford^'^ and Susannah McCox- 

NAUGHAY. 

Married Jan. 14, 1883, in Hamilton County, Neb.; residence, Tulare, Tulare 
County, Cal. 

CHILDREN. 

65. William Sylvester", b. Oct. 15, 1883. 

66. A daughter", born and died Jan. 12, 1885. 



(34.) Letta V. Spafford^*^ and Albert S. Page. 

Married June 4, 1883, at Kearney, Buffalo County, Neb.; residence. Pilot, 
Custer County, Neb. 

CHILDREN. 

67. Edgar Hugo", b. June 5, 1884. 

68. Mary Amy", b. iVIar. 14, 1886. 



440 SUPPLEMENTARY RECORDS. 



The following is a more extended record of the family of Maria 
Spafford, whose name appears on page 77 : — 

(GOO.) Maria Spafford^ and Gilbert White. 

Married Nov. 26, 1816, at Cherry Valley, Prince Edward County, Ontario. 
Mrs. White was born at Hallowell, Ontario, Nov. 27, 1789; died Sept. 8, 1874, 
at Darlington, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 

1. *Hiram', b. Sept. 23, 181 7 ; m. Sarah Robinson. 

2. *Mary', b. Aug. 22, 1819; m. Aaron Davis. 

3. Orran Rainy", b. Jan. 2, 1822 ; m. Emil}^ Jane Campbell, 

of Brooklyn, Ontario, Feb. 23, 1853, at 
Whitby, Ontario ; res. Oshawa, Ontario. 
A son, Byron F., died at Darlington, On- 
tario, Sept. 8, 1887, aged 32. 

4. Ezra Sheldon''', b. July 17, 1824; m. Mary Stephens, at Dar- 

lington ; settled in Iowa, and died Feb. 
14, 1888, leaving a daughter, Malissa. 

5. Edwin'', b. June 29, 1826; m. ; settled in Wis- 

consin, about 1850 ; enlisted in the Sec- 
ond Wisconsin Regiment ; supposed to be 
dead. 

6. *Mahala''', b. Mar. 4, 1829 ; m. Lyman D. Brown. 

7. *Eliza''', b. July 21, 183 1 ; m. William Stephens. 



(1.) Hiram White" and Sarah Eobinson. 

Married Sept. 30, 1842, at Hillier, Ontario; residence, Stockdale, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 

8. Mary Maria^, b. June 26, 1843; m. David Vermilier, at 

Murray, Ontario; d. Jan. 30, 1864. 

9. William Henry**, b. Mar. iS, 1847 ; hi. Miss Chisum, at Mur- 

ray, Ontario; res. Stockdale, Ontario. 

{•>.) Mary White" and Aaron Davis. 

Married at Darlington, Ontario; residence, Clark, Ontario, 



SUPPLEMENTARY RF:C0RDS. 441 

CHILDREN. 

10. Lois^, b. Apr. 26, 1842, at Darlington, Ontario; 

m. Benjamin Werry ; res. Bowmanville, 
Ontario. 

11. Aaron^, b. June 22, 1844. at Clark, Ontario; m. 

Grace Colicut ; deceased. 

12. Maria^, b. Aug. I, 1846; m. John Foster, Jan. 2, 

1870; res. Bowmanville, Ontario. 

13. Norman^, b. Apr. 16, 1848; m. ; res. Essex 

Centre, Ontario. 

14. Charlotte^, b. Apr. 13, 1855 ; m. John Bear ; res. 

Orono, Ontario. 

15. Almeda Augusta^, b. Mar. 11, 1857 ; m. Mr. Sandercock. 

16. Herman^, b. Jan. 4, 1859 ; m. Miss Jackson. 

17. Frederic^ " b. Mar. 14, 1865 ; res. Stillarton, Nova 

Scotia. 



(6.) Mahala White''' and Lyman David Brown. 

Married Nov. 9, 1S54, at Darlington, Ontario. 

CHILDREN. 

18. George Elgin^, b. Oct. 7, 1858, in Ohio. 

19. Eva Harriette^, b. Feb. 21, 1862, in Ohio. 

20. Charles Lyman*^, b. July i, 1868, at Darlington, Ontario. 

Second marriage with Samuel Soper; residence, Haydon, Ontario. 

(7.) Eliza White^ and William Stephens. 

Married at Darlington, Ontario; residence, Eureka, ^lich. 

CHILDREN. 

21. Delila^, b. Feb. 15, 1S53, at Darlington, Ontario; m. Thomas 

Hinkson, at Whitby, Ontario. 

22. Ida^, b. Feb. 28, 1864, at Darlington, Ontario; m. Andrew 

Dick ; res. Uxbridge, Ontario. 



442 SUPPLEMENTARY EECORDS. 

The connection of the persons mentioned below with the fore- 
going order of generations has not as yet been established : — 

John and Samuel Spafford, brothers and ship owners, emi- 
grated from the North to Baltimore, Md., early in the present cen- 
tury. Samuel left three daughters, Anne, Virginia, and Belle, all 
of whom married ; and a son, G. A. Spafford, a carpenter and 
builder, who died in Baltimore, April i6, 1886. He had eight 
children, of whom four were sons : Milton, who died February, 
1887; G. Herman, in business on Lexington . Street, Baltimore; 
James A., a clerk in the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad office ; and 
Edward T. 

Thomas Spofford, of Newburyport, Mass., one of the American 
prisoners with the Algerines, died of the plague, July 14, 1794. 
(See Neiv England Genealogical Register, \'iio^ 

Spafford, killed by the Indians in his cornfield on the 

Pecatonica, near Spofford's Ford in what is now the town of 
Wayne. (See Wisconsin Hist. Col., Vol. VIII., 1877-79, P- 277.) 

Simeon W. Spafard, member of Wisconsin Assembly, Seventh 
Session. (See Wiscoiisin Blue Book, by Secretary of State, Wiscon- 
sin, 1883, p. 188.) 

John N. Spafford, died June 9, 1887, at the residence of his 
sister, Mrs. Caroline E. Sidle Woodrow, Staten Island, N. Y. — 
New York He7'ald, June 11, 1887. 

Lilly B. Spafford, youngest daughter of Hannah and late John 
B. Spafford, died Aug. 29, 1884, at her late residence, 302 West 
56th Street, New York. — A^ew York Herald. 

John Carr Spafford had a son, Ira E., born Nov. 19, 1845, in 
Richville, St. Lawrence County, N. Y., who was in Seattle, W. T., 
in 1887. He married Almira Dewey, and has a son, Alpha, and a 
daughter, Cora J. 



PEDIGREE OF THE ENGLISH FAMILY OF 

SPOFFORTH. 



We take pleasure in introducing here a pedigree which will be 
found of great interest, tracing as it does a line of descent cover- 
ing some eight hundred years on English soil, it being kindly fur- 
nished for this purpose by Mr. Markham Spofforth, of London. 

We have felt obliged to change it from its original chart form, 
that it may be the more conveniently incorporated in this volume, 
and, for the sake of brevity, must refer the reader to the first 
ten pages of the Introduction, where will be found brief historical 
notices of the earlier generations ; and take up the line of descent 
with Bryan Spofforth, rector of Barton, the nineteenth generation 
from Gamelbar de Spofforth ; the number of each succeeding gen- 
eration being indicated by small figures at the right of the names. 
The stars, as in the main part of this work, have been supplied to 
show what names appear as the heads of families in the following 
generation. In all other respects the original is copied as nearly 
as possible. 

Bryan SpoFFORTH^^.f 

A priest; was Rector of Barton in Ryedale; deprived in Queen Mary's reign 
(1554-55) of his benefice for having married. (See Yorkshire Archccological 
Journal, part 37, p. 95.) He maried, in 1530, Alice, fil. Walter Fawkes, of Leeds. 

A SON, 

I. *Robert2°. 



J (1.) Egbert Spofforth-". 



Embraced the reformed religion, and was the first Protestant of the family. 
He married, in 1565, Agnes, fil. Gilbert Clare, of Pontefract. 



t See allusion to him, Introduction, p. 24. 



444 PEDIGREE OF THE ENGLISH FAMILY OF SPOFFORTH. 

CHILDREN. 

2. *JoHN~i, clerk, Vicar of Silkeston. 

3. *SiMEON~^, of Selb}^ 

4. JosHUA^\ aiDpointed Prebendary of Dunnington, in the Met- 

ropolitan Church, of York, 26 Oct., 1660. He 
resided at Howsham, and had a daughter, Mary, 
who, on the 13 Sept., 1665, married Francis Hors- 
ley, Esq., of Full Sutton, com. Ebor. (See Dug- 
dale's "Visitation of Yorkshire," p. 169.) 

(2.) John Spoffortpi^^ 

Clerk, Vicar of Silkeston, com. Ebor; born 1588; ejected for non-conformity, 
1663, temp. Charles II.; spent the remainder of his life with Mr. Cotton, who 
favored the views of the Puritans. f 

A SON. 

5. JoHN~2, one of the " Pilgrim Fathers " ; settled at Rowley, 

1638 ; founded Spoffordsville in Massachusetts, United 
States, and was the progenitor of a large and influ- 
ential family, several of whom have been represent- 
atives in the States Senate. He married Elizabeth 
Scott, daughter of Thomas Scott, of Ipswich, U. S. 
Their sons were yohn, b. 24 Oct., 1648; d. 22 Apr., 
1697 ; z=L Sarah Wheeler, of Rowley, Mass., 9 Mar., 
1675. Tho??ias, b. 4 Nov., 1650; =: Abigail Haggett, 
22 Sept., 1676. Samuel., b. i Jan., 1653. 

(3.) Simeon Spofforth-'. 

Of Selby; born 1593; ob. 7 Dec, 1688, set. 95; buried in Selby Abbey Church; 
= Mary, buried in Selby Abbey Church, Feb. 14, 1679. 

children. 

6. *Robert22. 

7. Elizabeth^^^ buried in St. Mary's Church, Castlegate, York, 

1709. ^ 

8. Frances-", born at Selby; died February, 1701 ; = Robert 

Johnson, of London. 

9. *Reginald~"2. 

t For much fuller notice of John Spofforth, Vicar of Silkeston, see Introduction, p. 24. 



■PEDIGREE OF THE ENGLISH FAMILY OF SPOFFOR'l'H. 445 



(6.) Robert Spofforth-. 

Of Selby; ob. Feb. 6, 1706; buried in Selby Abbey Church. Eleanor, his 
widow, died January, 1709. 

CHILDREN. 

10. *R0BERT^3. 

11. Samuel'^3, b. May, 1729; emigrated to, Bermuda, where his 

son, Samuel, was born.t 
112. *JoHN-3, of Lund, com. Ebor. 



(9.) Eegixald Spofforth,-^. 

Of Doncaster; buried 30 Jan., 1701, in Doncaster Old Church. He married 
TVIary Trickett and Elizabeth Aberganny. 

A SON. 

i^. Reginald~3^ baptized 1670; buried April, 1716, at Doncas- 

ter. From him descended Reginald Spofforth, 
poet and composer, professor of music, author 
of "Hail, Smiling Morn," eic.t 



(10.) Robert Spofforth^^. 

Of Barlby Hall, com. Ebor, living there inter 1 756-1 777; married Anne or 

-Anna, only daughter of Rev. Charles Maslin, Vicar of Hemmingborough, and 

grand-daughter of Ralph Lodge, Esq., of Barlby Hall, near Selby; also Ann, 

daughter and co-heiress of Ralph Nixon, Esq., of Howden, Yorks.; ob. 1749; 

interred in the vault at Howden Church. 

CHILDREN. 

"14. Ralph24, b. 1729; d. 27 Apr., 1756, s. p., a;t. 27. 

35. Anne24, d. 15 Apr., 1732, s. p. 

"1 6. *Robert2-i. 

37. Edward^^, b. 1749; d. 1816; = Anne, daughter 

of Ralph Nixon, Esq., of Howden. 

18. Ralph Grimston-'*. d. 1759, s. p. 

19. Anne^^j d. II Apr., 1729, s. p. 

20. Elizabeth-'*, d. 1728, s. p. 

21. Clare~4, d. 1728, s. p. ; = Robert Bell, of Selby. 

t See note, p. 30. t See biographical sketch on p. 450. 



446 PEDIGREE OF THE ENGLISH FAMILY OF SrOFFORTH. 



(12.) JoHx Spofforth^^. 

Of Lund, com. Ebor; ob. 1761; buried at Hemmingborough. 

A SON. 

2. JoHN^^, m., 29 Nov., 1774, Elizabeth Eure or Ury, and had 
children: William, bap. 1775; Robert, d. 1781 ; 
Robert, bap. 1782 ; Mary, bap. 1785. 



(16.) Robert Spofforth^'*. 



OfHowden; born 1740; died 22 Aug., 1827,^1.87; clerk to the Bishop of 
Durham, 1 760, legis peritiis. He married Hannah, only daughter of Thomas 
Markham, Esq., of Howden Manor, who was grandson of Thomas Markham and 
Anna Nevill. 

CHILDREN. 



24. 



25- 
26. 

27. 

28. 

29. 

3°- 
31- 



*Robert25. 
Ralph^s, 



i\I. A., Oxon., clerk; b. January, 1771; d. 10 
June, 1823 ; was Vicar of Howden and Wres- 
se], lecturer of Barmby-on-the-Marsh, Vicar 
of Eastrington, and Rector of Cowthorpe, 
near Spofforth. He married Elizabeth, 
daughter of Blencoe Dunn, of Howden, and 
Sarah, widow of William Clark. 

b. 1779 ; died s. p. 



Edward^s, 

JONATHAN"2^, b. 1782 ; died s. p 



*Samuel2^. 
Hannah^s, 

Ann25, 
MaRy25 



I 



b. 1772 ; died unm. ; buried at Howden. 

b. 1773; d. 1856; = William Scholfield, Esq.. 

b. 1775 ; = William Haworth, Esq., of Hull. 
Elizabeth^s, b. 1777 ; d. 1851 ; = John Dixon, of Chancery 
Lane, banker. 

b. 17S1 ; d. 185 1 \ = James S. Lister, of Ouse- 
fieet Grange, Yorks., and Hirst Priory, Line. 

of Fulford, Yorks. ; b. 1788; living 1879, un- 
married. 



32, Alice^s^ 

33. Helenas, 



(23.) Robert Spofforth-^. 

(First son.) Of Howden; born 10 June, 1768; died 16 Nov., 1830; married, 
1795, at St. Martin's, York, Ann, daughter of Thomas Turnell, or Thornhill, of 
Tickill, Yorks. 



PEDIGREE OF THE ENGLISH FA^HLY OF SPOFFORTH. 447 



34- 
35- 



36. 
37- 



*Robert2^. 
Edward26j 



CHILDREN. 



b. 1805; died in Sydney, N. S. W. ; m., 1847, 
Anna, daughter of Capt. McDonnel, of New 
Zealand. A son, Robert, was born in Syd- 
ney, Australia. 

Ann^^, d. unin. ; buried at Howden. 

Elizabeth^s, d. 1830, set. 30; = William Dinsley, of How- 
den. 



(27.) Samuel Spofforth-^. 

(Fifth son.) Of Newtields, near Howden; born 1784; died 1869; married, 
1823, Ann, daughter of Thomas Richardson, Esq., of Enthorpe House, Fangfoss 
Grange and the Lodge, Pocklington. 



39 

40 

42 
43 



CHILDREN. 



38. Samuel-^, 



of 6 Stafford Street, Kensington; b. 1S24; m. 
Mary Helena, daughter of Angus Turner, 
Esq., of Pitcairn House, Perthshire. 
*Markham26. 

Edwin^^^ ]-,_ g May, 1826 ; d. 30 Sept., 1842 ; buried at 
Howden. 

Henry^s, b. 5 Nov., 1829; d. 2 June, 1841 ; buried at 
Howden. 

Thomas^^, b. 29 Aug., 1831 ; d. 12 Aug., i860, during the 
passage from Ceylon ; buried in the Red Sea, 
from P. and O. steamer " Nubia." 

Arthur^^, b. 26 Aug., 1836 ; was second officer of the 
"Great Eastern" in her first voyage; was 
first officer of Her Majesty's transports at 
Balaclava ; was present in several attacks by 
the Naval Brigade on Sebastopol ; was first 
officer of the " Connaught " steamer which 
was burnt to the water's edge ; d. at Callao, 
South America, 11 June, 1863, s. p. 
b. 18 Feb., 1828 ; m., 1879, William Edward 
Woodall, Esq., of Mostyn Mere House, Scar- 
borough, 
45. Marians, b. 19 July, 1834; d. 1878, s. p. ; buried at How- 
den. 



44. Amelia 



44S PEDIGREE OF THE ENGLISH FAMILY OF SPOFFORTH. 



(34.) Robert SporroRTH-^.f 

Of Howden, Scarborough, and Easthorpe Hall; born i6 Jan., 1804; married, 
29 Sept., 1828, Sarah Ann, daughter of Capt. Robert Jefferson, Royal Horse 
Guards Blue, of Howden. 



46. 
-47. 



48. 
49. 

5°- 
•51- 



Robert Turnell^'^, 
Robert Jefferson^^, 



Edward Nixon^''', 

Philip-", 

Annie^'^, 
Elizabeth'^'^, 



52. Frances^''', 



53. Sarah Emily-' 



54. Helen- Turnell-^, b 



CHILDREN. 

b. June, 1829; d. 8 Sept., 1829. 

b. 20 Sept., 183 1 ; captain 59th Regi- 
ment ; served in the Chinese War- 
present at the taking of Hong Kong; 
staff officer of pensioners ; married, 
23 Apr., 1862, Harriette Ann, daugh- 
ter of John Edward Brooke, Esq., 
of Hildenly, Yorks. 

b. 6 Mar. 1833 ; died at Malta, 1855, 
s. p. 

b. July, 1834; died at Scarborough, 

1837- 

22 Apr., 1830. 

18 Nov., 1835 ; m. 1855 ; died in 

India, 1879 ; wife of Rev. H. Piggot- 

James, chaplain to the East India 

Company. 

b. 18 Nov., 1837 ; m., 12 Dec, 1865, Rev. 
Charles James Fuller, Vicar of Cow- 
bridge, County of Northumberland. 

b. 22 Mar., 1840; m. Rev. Thomas 
Henry Stokoe, M. A., Head Master 
King's College, London. 
II Dec, 1841 ; m., April, 1869, Ed- 
ward Athawes, Esq., of Barton, 
Bucks, barrister-at-law, stipendiary 
magistrate for Chatham Kent. 



b. 
b. 



(39.) Markham Spofforth^s^ 

Of 3 Porchester Terrace, Middlesex; born 14 March, 1S25; appointed Taxing 
Master in Chancery, September, 1877; married, at Christchurch, Paddington, 
24 Dec, 1858, Agnes, only daughter of John Claudius Loudon, F. L. S.; born 28 
Oct., 1837; '•^'^^'^^ 13 June, 1863; buried at the cemetery, Kensal Green. 



t Mr. Spofforth is the he.id of the English family; — the eldest son of the eldest pon. 



PEDIGREE OF THE ENGLISH FvVMILY OF SPOFFORTH. 449 

CHILDREN. 

55. Walter Loudon^?^ ^q^j-, g^^ Porchester Terrace, 21 Nov., 

1861 ; educated at Winchester; m. at 
Christchurch, Folkestone, 14 July, i886j 
Eva Janetta, daughter of Major Wood- 
all, staff paymaster, of Her Majesty's 
forces in Egypt. 

56. Beatrix Loudon^''', b. 20 Aug., i860; d. 14 Aug., 1S61 ; bur- 

ied in Howden Church. 

57. Agnes Loudon^", born at Porchester Terrace, 13 May, 1863., 



REGINALD SPOFFORTH. 



The love of music is a characteristic so strongly marked in most 
of those who bear our common family name, and so great is the 
interest manifested by many in him whose name stands at the head 
of this page, that we take pleasure in introducing here a biograph- 
ical sketch of one who attained somew^hat of celebrity in the early 
part of the present century as a professional musician and musical 
composer ; whose works are perhaps mostly represented in the 
minds of many by the familiar glees " Hail, Smiling Morn," and 
" Hark ! the Lark at Heaven's Gate Sings " ; with the majestic old 
hvmn tune, "Tolland." 

We are enabled to do this through the courtesy of Mr. Richard 
S. Spoftord, who obtained in England a volume of the published 
works of Mr. Spofforth, containing about fifty glees, arranged for 
varying numbers of voices, from three to eight ; the compositions, 
by their sprightliness and their tenderness, proving their author to 
have been possessed of talents of great versatility and breadth. 

The book contains a memoir of Mr. Spofforth, written by one 
who is evidently an admirer and a warm personal friend. 

We give but an abstract of this quite extended tribute, but 
enough to serve as a portrayal in outline of a character of great 
refinement and artistic feeling. — A. T. S. 

" Reginald, the son of William and Elizabeth Spofforth, was 
born at Southwell, Nottinghamshire, England, in the year 1770, 
being the eldest of a very large family. 

"Southwell is famous for its venerable collegiate church and its 
ecclesiastical establishment, and Mr. Thomas Spofforth — an uncle 
of Reginald — was for many years its organist, justly acquiring 
celebrity, not only for his instruction on the organ,' but for the 
order and regularity of the choir, so that his pupils obtained pref- 
erence in several cathedrals. The nephew gave early indication 
of his talent in music, which the old gentleman — an enthusiast in 
his profession — hailed with delight, and took upon himself the 



REGINALD SPOFFORTII. 451 

care and expense of his education : llie young Reginald being 
articled to his uncle and placed in the choir as a singing boy. 

" Attendance at school twice a day and church duties as often 
left little time for practice, but such was his zeal and the rapidity 
of his progress, that early in his apprenticeship he was able to 
ofificiate as organist in his uncle's place. 

" Frequent concerts at Southwell and the adjacent towns gave 
opportunities for the exhibition of young Spofforth's skill with the 
harpsichord and the violin, and Sir Richard Kaye, Dean of Lin- 
coln, being present at one of these entertainments, was so much 
pleased with his efforts that he invited him to his house and gave 
him the situation of organist at Lincoln Cathedral, a position 
which he resigned — at the age of nineteen! — that he might 
seek a broader field in London. 

" A letter from his friend, the Dean, introduced him to Dr. 
Cooke, organist of St. Peter's, with whom he was a favored pupil 
three or four years, frequently executing the Doctor's professional 
duties in church. 

"At the suggestion of his teacher, he competed, in 1793, for 
prizes offered by the ' Noblemen's and Gentlemen's Catch Club ' 
for ' serious ' and ' cheerful ' glees. He won both prizes with his 
compositions, 'Where are those hours.'" and 'See, smiling from the 
rosy East.'* A year later we find him at work arranging orches 
tral music and drilling the chorus at Covent Garden Theatre, as a 
means of strengthening his pecuniary resources, but he declined 
the very flattering offer of musical composer of the theatre, long 
held by Mr. Shields, lest the sudden calls to produce music on 
emergency might too severely tax his nervous energies, which were 
never strong. 

" While shrinking from private society through his great shyness 
and sensitiveness, he was active in the several musical enterprises 
of his time in London ; associating with such men as Dr. J. W. 
Colcott, Robert Cooke, the Webbes, and Thomas Greatorex, in the 
management of the Concentores, a society of twelve members holding 
monthly meetings for the trial of manuscript compositions, and for 
musical discussion and criticism, and The Madrigal Society^ which 
was organized in 1741 and still flourishing in 1830, and of which 
Mr. Spofforth was at one time conductor. 

"Though his infirm health and natural timidity impaired his 

* For three voices, and similar in character to " Hail, Smiling Morn." — A. T. S. 



452 REGINALD SPOFFORTH. 

success as a public performer upon the pianoforte, he was much' 
sought as a teacher, and in that calHng he was patient, thorough, 
and eminently successful; so laborious withal, that he frequently 
taught ten or twelve hours without pausing for refreshment. 

"This ill-judged attention to professional work so depleted his. 
strength that he retired from teaching; and having received a 
timely and amjole legacy from the uncle who, in his youth, per- 
ceived his genius and opened the way for a development of his 
powers, he sought a home with his sister in Brompton, where he 
died Sept. 8, 1827, a bachelor, in his fifty-eighth year; his remains- 
being interred under the church at Kensington." 



A CHAPTER OF PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS. 



By Jeremiah Spofford, from the edition of 1S69. 



To relieve the dry details of names and dates, and with the hope 
of interesting some who may not find their names, or those of their 
ancestors, on these pages, the writer proposes to devote a space 
to the times which have passed in review during his somewhat 
extended period of observation, and in which six generations have 
been more or less interested, — having seen this number of genera- 
tions in several instances, including his own direct line. 

It was my fortune to come upon the stage of action immediately 
after the Revolution. The friends by whom I was surrounded in 
my earliest years had been actors in it ; many had served in the 
armies, others had devoted a large part of their estates and an 
important period of their lives to its success, were imbued with its 
spirit, and it was the subject of their daily conversation and their 
evening tales. In addition to these, a few of the surviving soldiers 
of the old French War still lingered here. I have heard an ancient 
connection of the family relate how he, with other soldiers, drew 
the cannon across a morass, and up the height in the rear, and 
accomplished the capture of Louisburg, in 1775. And one of the 
captors of Quebec, who fought on the Plains of Abraham, still 
walked among us. I call to mind the appearance and conversation 
of many soldiers of the Revolution, who fought at Bunker Hill, 
Saratoga, and Trenton, and have a vivid recollection of the spirit 
and interest with which they "fought their battles o'er again," and 
gloried in its final success, while they related its sufferings and pri- 
vations. The late Rev. Dr. Samuel Spring, who went as chaplain 
with Arnold and Burr up the Kennebec, and through the wilder- 
ness of Maine and Canada, and stood by Montgomery when he 
fell on the cold night of Dec. 31, 1775, before the walls of Quebec, 
was many years pastor of the North Church of Newburyport. I 
have seen him many times, and heard him preach in Mr. Braman's 
pulpit in Georgetown. The spot, marked with a marble slab bolted 
;o 



454 A CHAPTER OF PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS. 

to the everlasting rock, inscribed, "Here fell Gen. Montgomery, 
Dec. 31, 1775," I visited Sept. 27, 1850. It is at the upper end of 
the river street, whose width alone separates the river from the 
frowning cliff two hundred feet in height, which street no gate or 
barrier now intercepts. 

I knew a tall member of Washington's life-guard, who used to 
labor for my father and others. I was acquainted for years with a 
neighbor, whose forehead was grazed by a ball at Bunker Hill, and 
had a distant relative whose arm was shot off by a cannon ball at 
Trenton. Two others of my acquaintance survived the horrors of 
the Jersey prison ship. 

Our family, I believe, was to a man devoted to the cause of 
American independence. I never heard of one who was a Tory. 
Two were soldiers for long terms. They were mostly substantial 
farmers and heads of families. They were both officers and 
soldiers in the local militia, and performed short terms of service 
in arms, and bore heavily the taxes, privations, and hardships of the 
war. 

I have a commission of my great-grandfather, John Spofford (of 
the third generation), as lieutenant, signed by Gov. Shute in 1721. 
He was captain in 1731.* I have a commission of Abner Spofford, 
as captain in the local militia in 1743. His brother, Daniel, was 
colonel in 1775, and marched in command of the regiment to Cam- 
bridge, arriving too late to share in the battle of Lexington, April 
19, 1776. No name is oftener recorded as on the Committee of 
Safety and other committees for raising men and money during 
the war, and he represented the town in the Legislature in 1776, 
and was of the convention that formed the State Constitution of 
1780. Eliphalet, my grandfather, was captain of a company, and 
my father a private, in the march to Cambridge. William, brother 
to Eliphalet, is supposed to have died in the army, in the French 
and Indian War of 1755, and Moody Spoft'ord, Esq., the eminent 
architect, was lieutenant in an expedition to Ticonderoga during 
the War of the Revolution. 

Many others of the family did good service in the great Rebel- 
lion. Several lost their lives, and one, a resident at the South, 
served voluntarily in the Rebel Army. 

I have seen many of the officers and soldiers of the army of the 
Revolution, of the Wzx of 18 12, and of 1S61, and it is curious to 



* See note, page 41. 



A CHAPTER OF PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS. 455 

observe that notwithstanding the general simplicity of the times 
and the poverty of the nation, the show and cost of the uniforms 
of the armies, especially among the officers, were double in former 
times to those during the late Rebellion. 

An immense change has taken place in the use of books and 
newspapers and magazines within my recollection. A post rider 
came his weekly rounds with the Newburyport Herald through 
Newbury, Bradford, Boxford, and Rowley, and it was the onl)' 
paper that came into this region previous to 1800. There was 
no post-office in Groveland till 1S09, nor in Georgetown or Brad- 
ford till some years later. I was postmaster here some years,* and 
have seen the quarterly returns of this office the first year; the 
receipts did not exceed five dollars per quarter, and the delivery 
of but a single Boston paper. Though books and papers were not 
sown broadcast over the country as at present, yet what they had 
were much more thoroughly read and studied. With one or two 
papers a week, nearly every article was perused, and many an 
article or item fixed in memory. While books and periodicals have 
increased a hundred-fold, and the cost of education fourfold, it is 
doubtful whether the people are any better qualified for the duties 
of life than formerly. 

A few of the fourth generation of the Spofford family were on 
the stage when I first took knowledge of my surroundings. One 
grandfather. Col. Daniel Spofford,! survived till my sixteenth, and 
his eighty-fourth year, and died April, 1803. He was active in 
body and mind to his last year. He wore a green cap when about 
his work, and a white wig in the deacon's seat at church. Samuel 
and Amos, heads of other families in Boxford, were of the same 
generation, and several females are still in my memory. Probably 
many others of that generation survived to this century in their 
distant homes, but as they were diligent laborers and roads were 
bad, visits were few and far between. Mails and post-offices were 
scarcely known, so that very little knowledge was ever transmitted 
from the descendants of those who removed to distant places, and 
many members of the family have owned themselves indebted to 
the first edition of our humble pamphlet for any knowledge of their 
ancestry in England, or several of the first generations in this 
country. 

Many houses in the early generations were situated in the open 

* Grovelandj'Mass. t See page 47. 



4S6 A CHAPTER OF PERSONAL RECOIXECTIOXS. 

fields, and the people passed out on the Sabbath and other occa- 
sions through gates and bars. Such was the situation of my native 
place through the whole of my grandfather's occupancy and down 
to 1797, when I remember the removal of several gates. I can now 
show many neglected paths through pastures and woods, deep worn 
by the heavy teams which conveyed the timber to mill or markets 
over which a chaise or light wagon never passed. 

While writing this sketch, has occurred the great eclipse of Aug. 
7, 1869, upon which much has been written, but having witnessed 
the eclipse of June 16, 1806, total here, this last has appeared to me 
of very small account. It has called up many and some extrava- 
gant and unreliable accounts of that of 1806, of which 1 here 
record my own impressions. I was eighteen years of age, had 
just been studying Furguson's "Astronomy" with deep interest, 
and had waited with impatience two or three years for the time to 
arrive. The day was unclouded. The elder members of our two 
adjacent families were absent ; my uncle and father building the 
first bridge from Newburyport to Plum Island. With sisters and 
cousins assembled we watched its advance. About 11 a. m. the lig-ht 
grew pale and white, but was still abundant for clear sight, till the 
point of the shadow passed over us. We saw its approach, and the 
instant we entered the circle of totality it was dark. Seven eighths 
of the remaining light went out, when the last pencil of rays was 
cut off by the moon. The dark circle of the shade of the moon 
was one hundred and four miles in diameter, which passed us 
in about four minutes. As the whole hemisphere was partially 
lighted, except the cone of total shade, whose point just reached 
our earth, it was as light within that circle as a starlight night, and 
some light was apparent round the edge of the moon. The sensa- 
tion of viewing a scene which would not be viewed here again by 
any then living, was intensely interesting and never to be forgotten. 
When the first pencil of rays struck down upon us all interest was 
gone, and the light assumed its heat and color as we gradually 
passed out of the partial shadow. A few fowls went to roost, and 
crowed and cackled with surprise at the return of light. All passed 
on, and I alone, of those who viewed it together, remain to recall 
the scene. 

At the date of this scene, I still resided on my paternal acres, of 
which no title is known to exist more ancient than the Spoffords'. 
Among these hills and vales and water-brooks were all my early 
wanderings and earliest attachments. I could point out the paths 



A CHAPTER OF PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS. 457 

they travelled, the waterfalls they used, and cellars they built over, 
occupied, and deserted, and a few of the earliest houses were still 
remaining. I left with great reluctance, and regret that so many 
others have followed my example, and left those happy homes and 
scenes of youthful joys, to the cold calculation of strangers and 
foreigners.* 

In my memory the roads were narrow and little travelled. The 
houses, all but two or three, unpainted. No single horse wagons, 
and but two or three double wagons, and half a dozen chaises 
were used in what is now Georgetown. The people were nearly 
all farmers, and I can recollect but two or three families who did 
not work on their own lands and live in their own houses. 

From 1770 to 1820 there was little or no gain of inhabitants in 
this region, as tax lists in my possession, my own observation, and 
the census will show. We considered our towns, the countv of 
Essex, and the State, filled up, and families were removing every 
year to people New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine. Ohio alone 
was known, or scarcely heard named, of the great West, and much 
anxiety was felt how people wh*o remained here were to be sup- 
plied with wood and timber much longer. But I have lived to see 
our State increase from 379,000 to 1,400,000; Boston from 20,000 
to 220,000, and the towns and cities of old Essex in proportion, 
and our forests apparently on the increase ; and the nation has 
gained in population from 4,000,000 to 40,000,000. 

The old Georgetown church had a tall spire, and was unpainted, 
except the trimmings, when I left in 18 13, and no bell had sounded 
from its tower. A Baptist church stood near Stickney's mill, with 
neither tower nor paint. Pastorates lasted half a century. Ordi- 
nations were great occasions. I^ remember that of Mr. Braman, 
June, 1797 ; its vast concourse of people, and its profusion of 
refreshments in private houses, and for sale on the Common. 

The old church which did service that day was raised in 1769, 
and now completes its one hundred years. In it I attended wor- 
ship from eight or ten years old to twenty-five. Well do I remem- 
ber the high pulpit, the arched window, the sounding-board, the 
-deacons' seat, and the galleries on three sides. The pews were 
square and surmounted with banisters; a "body of seats" occu. 
pied the centre of the house, but the seats had been taken up at 



* The early house of Dr. Spoflord was not far from the farm in Georgetown, Mass., where the 
great reunion of 1388 is to occur. 



458 A CHAPTER OF PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS. 

different times and the space sold for pews, and such was the 
manner of building the two rows of pews which at first surrounded 
the church — the ground floor was sold and the pews were built by 
the owners. I have often heard my parents relate circumstances 
of the raising and finishing of that house, and different members 
of the family had an important agency in its erection. I have 
heard preach in that house. Dr. Spring, before named ; the aged 
Dr. Joseph Dana, of Ipswich; Cleveland, of Essex; Huntington, 
of Topsfield ; Bradford, of Rowley; and Professor Woods, then of 
West Nev/bury; and was personally acquainted with Dr. Parish, of 
Byfield, well known as an orator, theologian, and politician ; and my 
mother, at fifteen years of age, heard the first sermon in it, by Rev. 
George Whitefield. 

I was many years contemporary with and the friend and phy- 
sician of my uncle,* the architect and master builder of the first 
Haverhill bridge, in 1794, also of the Rocks and Andover bridges 
across the Merrimack, also one across the Connecticut, at Windsor, 
Vt, and across the Piscataqua between Portsmouth and Dover. 
Timothy Palmer, the "celebrated New England bridge builder," 
was his apprentice, and I distinctly recollect the model of the arch 
patented by him with the knowledge and consent of my uncle, with 
every timber and bolt in due proportion, as got up in my uncle's 
shop. Palmer went South with several Essex workmen and built 
the first bridges across the Schuylkill at Philadelphia and the 
Potomac at Washington. He resided many years in Newburyport. 

I recollect the light and beautiful arches of the first Haverhill 
bridge, springing from the abutments and piers, v/ith lattice rail- 
ings for safety, as seen from Chadwick's ferry boat below. I 
remember being led over the unfinished bridge and seeing through 
into the water. Raising the floor to the middle of the framework, 
and a ponderous covering destroyed its picturesqueness, beauty, 
and symmetry, 

* Moody Spofford, page 63. 



THE SPOFFORD FAMILY ASSOCIATION. 



At a meeting held in Boston, March 23, 1886, to consider the 
question of celebrating the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of 
the arrival in this country, in 1638, of John Spofford or Spofforth 
or Spafard, — the named being variously spelled in records where 
his name appears, —it was decided to form an association for the 
purpose of promoting a friendly acquaintance among persons bear- 
ing the family name, and also to hold a reunion some time in the 
year 1S8S, which should be a suitable commemoration of the 
event in question. A temporary organization was effected by 
the choice of Philip Augustus Spofford, of Maiden, as president; 
Austin A. Spofford, of Lawrence, as secretary; and John A. 
Spofford, of Maiden, as treasurer. 

In furtherance of the object in view, it was voted to hold an 
informal picnic on June 17, 1S86, on the farm in Georgetown, 
Mass., where the progenitor of our race in America spent many 
years, the spot being now in possession of Mr. Charles Sewall 
Spofford. For a report of the doings of that day we are indebted 
to Mr. Hiram N. Harriman, himself of Spofford descent, and one 
of the editors of the Georgetown Advocate^ from the columns of 
which paper we make the extract. 

"At least five hundred persons were present. Had the morning 
opened fine, twice that number might have been expected. They 
came by rail from all directions, and as the old mansion is a long 
half-mile from the station, barges were provided to carry all who 
wished to ride. Two large barge-loads came from Lowell, 7na 
Haverhill, and vehicles of every size and shape brought families 
from the neighboring towns. The old house was gayly decorated 
with flags and bunting, and nearly every room was open to the use 
of the family. In it were exhibited the old cradle which rocked 
several generations, the foot stove by which the matrons kept their 
extremities warm during the long sermons of Parsons Chandler 



460 THE SPOFFORD FAMILY ASSOCIATION. 

and Braman, the sword and belt, a part of the horse equipments, 
and other articles of interest were viewed with pleasure by the 
company. The barn was open to the visitors, the floor cleared, 
and the Georgetown Orchestra stationed there to furnish music 
for the entertainment of all. A few old-fashioned quadrilles and 
contras were danced, and we noticed dancing as spryly as the 
youngest, Mr. S. C. Heald, of Lynn, over eighty years of age, who 
married a Spofford. 

The company visited many places on the hill, enshrined as 
present or former homes of their race ; the primitive site in the 
field, with nothing except a more luxuriant growth of grass to 
indicate it, but carried down from generation to generation by 
tradition, was viewed by an interested party. A flag marked the 
site of the second home of the pioneers where many of the children 
of the third generation were born. The old Col. Daniel home- 
stead represents the fourth generation. 

Dinner was spread on tables in the old mansion, in the orchard, 
and under the shade of trees in the 3'ard. It was a basket picnic, 
and yet everybody's basket was free to any who wished to enjoy 
the contents. There was food enough for three times as many 
people as attended. Hot coffee and tea were provided by the 
management, in abundance. 

During the day a business meeting was opened with prayer by 
Rev. Levi Rodgers, of Georgetown ; records of last meeting read 
and approved. John C. Spofford, of Everett, was chosen Presi- 
dent of the day, and Austin A. Spofford, Secretary. The Con- 
stitution drafted by the committee was read and adopted. It is as 
follows : — 

CONSTITUTION OF THE SPOFFORD FAMILY ASSOCIATION. 



Preamble. 

We, the descendants of JoHX Spofkokd, who came to these shores in the year 
1638, and established a home at Rowley, Mass., feeling that the bonds of relation- 
shif) should more closely unite those of a common blood, do hereby form our- 
selves into an Association for the cultivation and cherishing of that acquaintance 
and amity which should exist between our members. And we establish this as 
our Constitution. 

Article I. 
This Association shall l^e known as ' The Spoff'ORD Family Association.' 



THE SPOFFORD FAMILY ASSOCIATION. 461 

ARTicr.K II. 

Section i. The officers of the Association shall consist of a President, fifteen 
Vice-Presidents, a Secretary, two Assistant Secretaries, and a Treasurer. 

Sect. 2. A committee of three shall be elected by the Association to serve as 
a Committee on Finance. 

Sect. 3. The President, first and second Vice-Presidents, Secretary, Treas- 
urer, and Finance Committee, together with seven members to be chosen at large 
by the Association, shall form an Executive Committee. 

Sect. 4. The first election for the various officers and committees of the 
Association shall occur on June 17, 1886; the second election shall occur at the 
celebration of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary in 1888; and the succeed- 
ing elections shall be held at the triennial meetings thereafter, or if such meetings 
should not occur at the usual time, at the next regular meeting. 

Article III. 

Seciton I. It shall be the duty of the President to preside at all meetings 
at which he is present, and to appoint such committees as the Association shall 
direct. 

Sect. 2. It shall be the duties of the Vice-Presidents to preside at all meet- 
ings in the absence of the President, priority of election of such Vice-Presidents 
as are present to determine which Vice-President shall preside. 

Sect. 3. It shall be the duty of the Secretary to keep a true record of the 
meetings of the Association, and to inform the members of the time and place of 
all meetings. 

The Assistant Secretaries shall be under the direction of the Secretary, and 
their duties shall be such as he may appoint. 

Sect. 4. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to collect and receive all 
imoneys of the Association, and to expend such moneys under the direction and 
control of the Finance Committee, and to render an account of the same at the 
regular meetings of the Association, or whenever such account be called for by 
the Executive Committee. 

Sect. 5. It shall be the duty of the Executive Committee to appoint the 
time of year, and the place of all meetings of the Association, and to call such 
meetings whenever the interests of the Association may require, or when the 
Association shall so direct; to appoint all committees not specially directeil by 
the Association to he appointed by the President; and to make all arrangements 
,for the meetings and exercises of the Association. 

Article IV. 

Any direct descendant of John Spofford and his wife Elizabeth Scott, or any 
'One connected by marriage with a person so descended, shall be eligible to mem- 
bership in this Association. 

Article V. 

Regular meetings of the Association shall be held triennially after the two 
hundred and fiftieth anniversary in 1888, and at such times as the Executive 
'Committee shall .from time to time appoint. 



462 THE SPOFFORD FAMILY ASSOCIATION. 



Article VI. 

This Constitution may be amended at any regular meeting of the Association,, 
all amendments to be proposed through the Executive Committee. 

All amendments shall be proposed in writing to the Executive Committee at, 
least one month before the meeting at which such amendment shall be acted 
upon by the Association. 

The Executive Committee shall have power to propose or reject all such 
amendments. 

Article VH. 

Cushing's Manual shall be the parliamentary guide in the deliberations of this 
Association. 

Under the foregoing Con.stitution, the following officers were 
chosen : — 

For President. — Ainsworth R. Spofford, Washington, D. C. 

First J'ice-Presideiit. — Paul N. Spofford, New York City. 

Second. — Charles A. Spofford, Deer Isle, Me. 

Third. — Philip A. Spofford, Maiden, Mass. 

Fourth. — Joseph L. Spoftbrd, New York City. 

Fifth. — Ca\Qh W. .Spofford, Washington, D. C. 

Sixth. — Nelson Spofford, Haverhill, Mass. 

Seveiith. — George W. Spofford, Chicago, 111. 

Eighth. — John L. Spofford, .San Francisco, Cal. 

A'^inth. — Dr. Chas. Spofford, Groveland, Mass. 

Tenth. — Chas. Spofford, New York City. 

Eleventh. — Nathan H. Spafford, Milton, Mass. 

Tivelflh. — D. Webster Spofford, Georgetown, Mass. 

Thirteenth. — Augustus M. vSpofford, Danvers, Mass. 

Fourteenth. — Parker -Spoftbrd, Bucksport, Me. 

Fifteenth. — Frederick A. Spofford, Lowell, Mass. 

For Orator. — Hon. Richard S. Spofford, Newburyport, Mass. 

Secretary. — Austen A. Spofford, Lawrence, Mass. 

Treasurer. — John A. Spofford, Maplewood, Mass. 

Assistant Secretaries. — Edgar L. Spafford, Troy, N. Y.; Joseph H. Spafford,, 
Milton, Mass. 

Finance Committee. — John C. Spofford, Everett, Mass.; Philip A. Spofford, 
Maiden, Mass.; Joseph H. Spafford, Milton, Mass.; Joseph L. Spofford, New 
York City. 

Executive Committee. — Charles S. Spofford, Georgetown, Mass.; Edward F. 
Spofford, Maplewood, Mass.; Alfred B. Noyes and Hiram N. Harriman, George- 
town, Mass.; Augustus M. Spofford, Danvers, Mass. 

Immediately upon the conclusion of the business meeting, the 
chairman introduced Hon. Richard S. Spofford, of Newburyport,, 
who made a brief address, which is given below. 



THE SPOFFORD FAMILY ASSOCIATION. 463 

Mr. Spofford, after thanking the assembly for the honor con- 
ferred upon him in his designation as their orator, continued as 
follows : — 

' We have no occasion to entertain any other sentiment than one of modest yet 
conscious pride in the sturdy virtues of the race from which we have sprung. We 
know little, indeed, of our first ancestor, the earliest settler, prior to his emigration 
in 1638, beyond the fact that he was the son of a dissenting clerg}-man, the Rev. 
John Spofford, long vicar of a church in the West Riding of Yorkshire, known as 
the Minster of the Moors, and that he was of that family of Saxon origin which had 
given its name to one of the oldest towns and castles in England. But what is 
of more importance to us, we have information enough of his personal character 
to know that he brought to these shores a spirit of manly independence, of heroic 
fortitude and self-reliance, well fitting him for the trials and sacrifices to which, by 
the imperious force of circumstances, he was thereafter subjected. He was not 
merely a colonist from the Old World, but a pioneer of the New, illustrating, as 
such, that race tendency by which his descendants have been scattered far and 
wide, since by placing his house here in the then unbroken wilderness near the 
foot of the Bald Hills, his was among the earliest of the frontier settlements of 
the country, and surrounded by all those perils and drawbacks to which her ever- 
extending frontier has always been exposed. Living now, as we do, in the 
midst of populous commonwealths, and in a country whose continental limits 
reach from sea to sea, it is a strange reflection that within two hundred years the 
first dwellers upon the soil where we now stand were doing picket duty, as it 
were,' in their day and generation upon one of the outposts of American cililiza- 
tion. The war whoop of the Indian, resounding with its terrible alarums through 
the stillness of the primeval forest, was to our common ancestors, John and 
Elizabeth Spofford, as to their children and grandchildren, no unfamiliar sound. 
We may possibly imagine, but it is difficult to describe, the tragic emotions of 
this solitary homestead, then far removed from the sheltering arms and sympa- 
thies of community life, never more needful than under such circnmstances, 
when, for example, the tidings came that but three miles distant, and between 
the homestead and the supporting reserve of the fellow-colonists, their towns- 
man, and probably their nearest neighbor, with his wife and children, had fallen 
victims to their death-dealing tomahawk, or when the northen heavens, lurid with 
the light of blazing Haverhill, told too plainly the proximity of the savage enemy 
following with relentless fury his bloody trail. Yet these are but the prominent 
incidents in the daily and nightly agitations to which the lives of our ancestors 
were accustomed, well calculated, indeed, to stir the heart with a grateful and 
reverent sense of obligation whenever contemplated by their more fortunate 
descendants. 

'From a family thus trained to hardship and self-rehance, it was to be expected 
that no proof of patriotic devotion would be wanting when, in the progress of 
events, their country called to arms, first in the prolonged contest with the 
French, and then, when confronted by the momentous issues of the War for 
Independence. In all of these conflicts, as well at Crown Point and Ticonder- 
oga as at Lexington and Bunker Hill, and upon other battle-fields of the Revo- 
lution, and in the military struggles of later years, the representatives of our 



464 THE SPOPTORD FAMILY ASSOCIATION. 

family have played no inconspicuous part. It was from the ancient homestead 
through which we have all walked with pious steps to-day, that Col. Daniel 
Spofford, a grandson of the first settler, went forth to command the regiment with 
which he joined the army under Washington at Cambridge, and it was with no 
undeserved distinction that he was afterwards elected a member of the conven- 
tion by which the Constitution of Massachusetts was framed. 

' In the earlier generations, indeed at each successive epoch, the men of our race 
have been for the most part cultivators of the soil, and they have contributed in 
no restricted measure to the execution of that Herculean work by which the 
wilderness of the western world has been reclaimed, and these fair homes and 
fruitful fields, with their clustering towns and cities, have been established through- 
out the country, and especially along these rock-bound New England shores. 
We are wont to recall with pride those lofty virtues of which the early settlers 
were the exponents and for which they are held in the world's heart in grateful 
remembrance; but how often do we pause to think at what a cost of physicial 
toil, of days of rigorous labor, the mere material result has been accomplished of 
clearing the ground for those laeneficient institutions whose development has 
accompanied our growth? The stone walls alone of New England, it is said, 
outmeasure to-day, on the basis of their cost in labor, estimated by modern stand- 
ards, the value of the land itself; and for one, I never look upon them, moss- 
grown and gray with age, but with a sentiment of respect for their builders, to 
whose patient and determined labors they stand as a not unworthy monument. 

' But while the descendants of John and Elizabeth Spoftbrd have been chiefly 
devoted to agricultural pursuits, there are not wanting many examples illustrative 
of their qualities in other departments. We have had our full number of men 
-educated in the various professions, and as respects that of medicine, especially, 
I should be unfilial, indeed, if I were to omit the remark that from generation 
to generation, from the colonial period until now, the family record has never 
failed to emljrace names of many distinguished and beloved physicians. In the 
mechanics and inventive arts, too, there have been numerous representatives of 
the family deserving of mention, while to various branches of literature it has 
made contributions of permanent and recognized value. 

'Of our race sprang one of the greatest, and, taking the period of his life into 
account, perhaps the greatest of philanthropists; I mean George Peabody, whose 
name is a word of honor on every lip by which the English tongue is spoken, and 
whose life of benefaction might well have inspired that noble verse of his friend, 
the English laureate : — 

" Howe'er it be, it seems to me 
'T is only noble to be good. 
Kind hearts are more than coronets. 
And simple faith than Norman blood." 

' The name of Paul Spofford, of the great shipping house of Spofford & Tileston 
in New York, was one which for half a century, while yet the American merchant 
marine contested with Great Britain for supremacy upon the seas, was closely 
identified with the mercantile growth of that metropolis. And coming down to 
•our day, what race or family \\ould not l^e proud to recognize upon its roll of 
fame a name so distinguished as that of our kinsman, the librarian of Congress, 



THE SPOFFORD FA:MILY ASSOCIATION. 465 

Ainsworth R. Spoftbrd, one among the most learned of American scholars, as 
versatile, as learned, and standing in his peculiar province without a peer in the 
world; or that of his brother, the late Judge Henry M. SpofFord, of Louisiana, 
distinguished alike for his professional and personal accomplishments, who, but 
for the storms of political faction, would have honored with his presence the 
Senate of the United States? 

' Here, in conclusion, I desire to add but a single word. There is one incident 
which has occasioned me regret to-day. While rejoicing in the presence of many 
members of the family of Spofford and its connections, some of them, too, in far 
advanced years, I grieve to think that the honored genealogist of the race. Dr. 
Jeremiah Spofford, of Groveland, to whose patient and intelligent research we are 
all of us so much indebted, could not have lived to participate in an event like 
the present, the success of which will be greatly due to the work he accomplished, 
and which, in his generous affection for his race, he dedicated to all the descend- 
ants of John and Eliz.abeth Spoffijrd.' 

Following the address of Mr. Spofford, a poem was read by the 
Rev. Mr, Rodgers, composed by Mrs. Lavina Spofford Weston, 
who is eighty-seven years and six months old. We give the follow- 
ing extracts : — 

' Our Father's God, to Thee we raise 
Our song of ever grateful praise; 
Thanks for the joy that crowns these hours; 
Thy grace descends like sunny showers. 

' We bless Thy name, so many meet 
Our earthly sire to celebrate ; 
Thanks that so many here can claim 
Our Saxon father's worthy name. 

-J 

' W'ith joy we 've 'met, with love we part : 
And let this spot be near our heart, 
Where'er we dwell, whate'er our lot. 
Let this old home be ne'er forgot. 

' One boon we ask of heavenly grace. 
Among His sons to give us place, 
To taste the joys of blissful rest. 
In whom all families are blessed.' 

The exercises concluded with singing by the entire company, 
after which they adjourned to the old barn, where dancing was 
held. The committee and prominent guests were furnished with 
garnet satin ribbon badges with the Spofford family motto printed 
in gilt, ' Rayther Deathe Than False of Faythe.' Great credit is 
due to Mr. and Mrs. Austen A. Spofford, of Lawrence, who did 
nearly all the preliminary work of this gathering." 



466 THE SPOFFORD FAMILY ASSOCIATION. 

On June 17, 1887, another similar gathering was held at the 
same place, for the renewal of the acquaintance so auspiciously 
begun the previous year. 

The exercises were of a less formal nature, consisting of prayer, 
a basket collation in the orchard, and reports concerning the prog- 
ress made in arrangements for the reunion of 188S. 

Impromptu speeches were made by several representatives of 
the family, and an extended poem, replete with historical reminis- 
cences, written by Mrs. Weston, — a lady who retains in advanced 
years a wonderful mental vigor, — was read by Mr. Henry W. Spaf- 
ford, of Rutland, Vt- 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



JCame with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Aaron'' 


Aaron 


184 


Abner* 


John 


41 


Aaron'' 


Abram 


96 


Abner® 


Eleazer 


61 


Aaron® 


Thomas 


89 


Abner^ 


Abner 


97 


Aaron G.^ 


Joseph 


75 


Abraham* 


Thomas 


43 


Aaron P.' 


Dudley 


178 


Abraham® 


Nathan 


84 


Abby A.9 


Hiram 


348 


Abram® 


Eleazer 


61 


Abby A. RJ 


John 


178 


Abram® 


John 


61 


Abby L.' 


Hiram 


153 


Abram'' 


Abram 


96 


Abby N.' 


Richard 


184 


Abram H.^ 


Abram 


100 


Abby R.' 


Thomas 


177 


AdaS 


Nephi 


307 


Abby S.' 


Henry 


174 


Ada9 


Allen C. 


349 


Abel® 


John 


58 


Ada L.s 


Abijah 


300 


AbeP 


Jonathan 


42 


Addie^ 


Almon J. 


347 


Abel® 


Joseph 


74 


Addie« 


Isaac G. 


257 


Abel« 


Moses 


72 


Addie L.« 


Henry H. 


324 


Abiah® 


Moody 


86 


Addie L.^ 


William H. 


330 


Abigail^ 


Samuel 


40 


Addie M.^ 


George S. 


352 


Abigail^ 


Daniel 


48 


Adelaide L.^ 


Amos 


413 


Abigail^ 


William 


49 


Adelaide S.^ 


Theodore L. 


282 


Abigail® 


Amos 


88 


Adelbert A.* 


Samuel 


263 


Abigail® 


Thomas 


87 


Adelia'' 


Eliphalet 


129 


Abigail® 


Benjamin 


87 


Adeline E.*^ 


William A. 


193 


Abigail® 


Jacob 


68 


x\dna' 


Jesse 


130 


Abigail® 


John 


46 


Adnah** 


Jesse 


247 


Abigail' 


William 


160 


Adolphus® 


Amos 


430 


Abigail A.« 


Jesse 


248 


Adoniram J.** 


Isaac G. 


257 


Abigail B.' 


Abram 


100 


Agnes'^ 


George F. 


192 


Abigail J.^ 


Nat 


122 


Aimee B.^ 


Herbert 


365 


Abijah^ 


David 


50 


Ainsworth R.^ 


Luke 


98 


Abijah® 


Abijah 


69 


Alanson* 


Asaph 


263 


Abijah® 


Solomon 


77 


Albert^ 


Albert 


279 


Abijah'' 


Abijah 


160 


Albert' 


Jacob 


154 


Abijah'' 


Amos 


127 


Albert* 


Jason 


335 


Abijah P.'' 


Eliphalet 


130 


Albert^ 


Solomon 


299 


Abijah P." 


William W. 


300 


Albert A.^ 


Edwin J. 


392 


Abijah S.^ 


Milton R. 


240 


Albert G.« 


George F. 


192 



468 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



Name with 
generation. 

Albert M." 
Albert P.« 
Alberta B. S.** 
Albion K.^ 
Alden" 
Alden E.^ 
Aleshee** 
Alfred^ 
Alfred J. A.^ 
Alfred T.« 
Alice A.' 
Alice E.'* 
Alice E.» 
Alice F.'" 
Alice G.« 
Alice H.» 
Alice L.* 
Alice M.'' 
Alice M.^ 
Alice M.» 
Alice V.8 
Allen* 
Allen P.5 
Alma' 
Alma H.« 
Alma O.'' 
Almeda* 
Almeda** 
Almira® 
Almira'' 
Almira^ 
Almira B." 
Almira E.^ 
Almira M.* 
Almon J." 
Alonzo' 
Alonzo" 
Alpha 
Alphonso* 
Althea'* 
Alti)n W 
Alva' 
Alva M." 
Alvira" 
Alvira A." 
Amanda' 



\- 9 



Father's 
name. 

Elias R. 

Augustus 

John A. 

Edwin I. 

Solomon 

Moses 

Seelye 

William 

James Aurora 

Aurora 

John A. 

John 

Egerton B. 

Henry F. 

Jason 

Henry 

Friend 

Earle 

Uriah 

Charles 

Hiram 

\Yilliam R. 

Israel 

Horace 

Alma 

Abraham 

John A. 

Alanson 

John 

Samuel 

Charles 

Franklin 

David 

Benjamin W. 

Nathan 

Jacob 

John 

Ira E. 

Hiram 

Elijah 

Flenry W. 

Abijah 

Artemas 

Job 

Urlean 

John 





Name with 


Father's 




Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page- 


408 


Amanda* 


Alva 


300. 


315 


Amanda* 


Calvin 


262 


294 


Amanda* 


Merrill 


231 


376 


Amanda* 


Phineas P. 


434 


176 


Amanda^ 


William 


436 


337 


Amasa'' 


Eliphalet 


80 


260 


Amelia''' 


John 


58 


107 


Amelia* 


Sheldon 


299 


433 


Amherst* 


]Moses 


53 


432 


Amherst^ 


Amherst 


80 


294 


Amherst' 


" Amherst 


168 


271 


Ammarilla* 


Nathan 


187 


401 


Ammarilla^ 


Jason 


347 


424 


Amos* 


Thomas 


43 


335 


Amos" 


Samuel 


44 


245 


Amos^ 


Daniel 


48 


399 


Amos^ 


Samuel 


55 


134 


Amos^ 


Amos 


56 


262 


Amos^ 


Amos 


64 


392 


Amos'* 


Abijah 


69 


348 


Amos'* . 


Andrew 


84 


229 


Amos" 


Amos 


87 


342 


Amos'* 


Samuel 


88 


168 


Amos' 


Amos 


169 


307 


Amos' 


Amos 


127 


171 


Amos' 


George 


115 


294 


Amos' 


Orlando 


180 


381 


Amos' 


Samuel 


431 


68 


Amos* 


Augustus 


315 


163 


Amos* 


Elijah 


186 


344 


Amos* 


Samuel T. 


236 


410 


Amos L.* 


Amos 


226 


285 


Amy A.* 


Ransom 


313 


33S 


Andrew^ 


Amos 


54 


187 


Andrew* 


Andrew 


84 


122 


Andrew A.* 


Heman 


298 


331 


Andrew J.* 


Orlean 


189 


442 


Andrew W.* 


Thomas L. 


312 


309 


Angle K.* 


John T. 


334 


308 


Ann* 


Nephi 


307 


386 


Ann E.* 


John F. 


232 


160 


Ann M.' 


Luke A. 


98 


124 


Anna* 


John 


51 


124 


Anna" 


Amos 


84, 430 


189 


Anna" 


Nathan 


84 


141 


Anna' 


Isaac 


132 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



469 



Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Anna'' 


Jacob 


154 


Asaph" 


John 


141 


Anna® 


Daniel 


223 


Asenath" 


Ransom 


313 


Anna* 


Henry A, 


317 


Augusta' 


Amherst 


168 


Anna* 


Warren W. 


390 


Augustus' 


Ebenezer 


170 


Anna B.* 


James G. 


383 


Augustus F.'' 


Frederic 


172 


Anna C* 


John 


271 


Augustus M.' 


Eliphalet 


106 


Anna E.'» 


Sylvester W. 


437 


Aurelia* 


Sheldon 


299 


Anna J.** 


Nathaniel R. 


250 


Aurelia M.* 


Martin C. 


28a 


Anna J.* 


William H. 


321 


Aurora^ 


Amos 


431 


Anna L.** 


Isaac G. 


257 


Austen A.® 


Artemas 


259 


Anna L.* 


Nathan H. 


367 


Avis' 


John 


434 


Anna P.'' 


Paul 


145 


Ayer' 


Abram 


95 


Anne 


Samuel 


442 


Ayer' 


John D. 


100 


Annie" 


Daniel 


259 


Azalia M.» 


William 


306 


Annie" 


Hiram 


309 


Azubah' 


Eliphalet 


129 


AnseF 


Bradstreet 


92 








Ansel M.^ 


Benjamin W. 


338 


Barbara* 


Charles A. 


354 


Anson F.* 


Jehiel 


187 


Belle" 


Charles H. 


310 


Anstice^ 


Jacob 


63 


Benaiah^ 


Benjamin 


87 


Anstice C' 


John T. 


104 


Benjamin* 


Abel 


5r 


Apphia* 


Eliphalet 


49 


Benjamin* 


Amos 


56 


Apphia* 


Nathaniel 


50 


Benjamin' 


Orlando 


180 


Apphia® 


Jeremiah 


66 


Benjamin* 


Solomon 


378 


Apiiia T.'' 


Jeremiah 


118 


Benjamin F.' 


Benaiah 


179 


Ara C.« 


Amos 


432 


Benjamin F.' 


Job 


67 


Archibald* 


Luke C. 


294 


Benjamin F." 


Orlean 


189 


Ariel** 


Nathan 


84 


Benjamin W.' 


Amos 


181 


Arinda" 


Eliphalet 


308 


Benjamin W.* 


Frank S. 


422, 


Artemas® 


Eldad 


70 


Bertha* 


Marshall 


346 


Artemas** 


John 


68 


Bertram H.* 


Israel 


342. 


Artemas^ 


Daniel 


133 


Bessie* 


Egerton 


401 


Artemas* 


Hiram 


309 


Bethiah^ 


Samuel 


44 


Artemas W.* 


Adnah 


372 


Bethiah* 


Thomas 


43 


Arthur-" 


Simeon A. 


360 


Betsey* 


Amos 


64 


Arthur* 


William H. 


359 


Betsey** 


David 


76 


Arthur C.» 


Henry H. 


324 


Betsey^ 


Eldad 


70 


Arthur D.* 


Charles S. 


392 


Betsey** 


Elijali 


79 


Arthur E.* 


William E. B. 


369 


Betsey** 


Job 


67 


Arthur F.8 


Theodore L. 


282 


Betsey** 


John 


74 


Arthur L.® 


Francis N. 


343 


Betsey** 


Joseph 


74 


Arthur L." 


Sidney L. 


350 


Betsey* 


Samuel 


69 


Arthur W.'" 


William W. 


424 


Betsey' 


Abram 


95 


Asa* 


Francis 


45 


Betsey' 


David 


155 


Asa* 


John 


46 


Betsey' 


Hiram 


1 68 


Asa« 


Bradstreet 


58 


Betsey' 


Isaac 


99 


Asa' 


Jehiel 


92 


Betsey' 


Jehiel 


92 



470 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



Name with 
generation. 


Father's 
name. 


Page 


Name with 
generation. 


Father's 
name. 


Page 


Betsey' 
Betsey^ 
iBetsey AJ 
:Betsey W.'' 


Samuel 
Thomas 
Abram 
Abraham 


431 

99 

100 

171 


Carrie" 
Carrie E.' 
Carrie E.' 
Carrie H.' 


John 

George G. 
Israel 
Frederic 


378 

321 

342 
327 


Beulah^ 
Beulah' 
Beulah E.« 


Jacob 

William 

Martin 


154 
160 
280 


Carrie I.'' 
Carrie W." 
Carrol' 


Otis M. 
Joseph B. 
Dan 


374 
420 

150 


Blanche L.^ 
Bradstreet^ 

Bradstreet^ 


Herbert 

John 

Bradstreet 


361 
46 

58 


Catharine' 
Catharine' 
Catharine A.' 


Daniel 

William 

Smalley 


108 
107 

154 


Bridget* 
Bueis 


Samuel T. 

Noah 


236 
279 


Catharine S." - 
Catharine S.' 


Edvi'in 
Leander 


217 
217 


Burton J-'^ 


Sumner 


123 


Catlin (Amos)' 
Cecelia' 


John 
Hem an 


148 
299 


Caleb W.** 

Calista' 

Calista' 


Jesse 
Jacob 
Luke 


247 
122 
196 


Cecilia P.' 
Chandler« 
Chandler' 


Jeremiah 

Jacob 

Abel 


118 

62 

152 


Calphurnia^ 

Calvin' 

Calvin'' 

Calvin' 

Calvin^ 

Calvin' 


Silas 

Abijah ' 

Eliphalet 

John 

Moody 

Thomas 


241 
1 60 
129 
141 

174 V 

99 


Charles* 
Charles" 
Charles' 
Charles' 
Charles' 
Charles' 


Nathan 

Thomas 

Dudley 

Elijah 

Orlando 

Solomon 


84 

87 
178 

91 
180 

176 


Calvin' 
Calvin' 
Calvin' 


William 

Eliphalet 

Solomon 


107 

80 

299 


Charles' 
Charles' 
Charles' 


Asaph 
David 
George 


263 
159 

185 


Calvin^ 


James L. 


355 


Charles' 


Hiram 


310 


Calvin D.' 


Ransom 


262 


Charles' 


McKenzie 


201 


Carlton J.' 

Caroline* 

Caroline' 


John P. 

Elijah 
Horace 


208 

79 
167 


Charles" 
Charles^ 
Charles^ 


Albert P. 

Julius 

Solomon 


412 
398 

378 


Caroline" 

Caroline' 


John 
William 


170 
90 


Charles" 
Charles A.' 


William 
Frederic 


369 
172 


Caroline' 


William 


314 


Charles A.' 


Pearl 


177 


Caroline* 


Warren 


390 


Charles A.' 


Ainsworth 


205 


Caroline A.' 
Caroline A.' 


John T. 
Ransom 


239 
262 


Charles A.' 
Charles A.' 


Augustus 
Sumner 


217 
217 


Caroline B.' 


Guy C. 


162 


Charles A.' 


Samuel 


264 


Caroline C 


Farnham 


175 


Charles A." 


Hiram B. 


374 


Caroline J.' 
Caroline L." 


Jason 
Smalley 


335 
155 


Charles B.' 
Charles B.' 


Benjamin 

Walter 


335 
210 


Caroline M.' 


Parker 


108 


Charles C 


Augustus 


318 


Caroline S.' 


Amasa 


169 


Charles C.« 


Stephen 


309 


Carolyn O.' 


Prescott 


214 


Charles D.' 


Dudley 


93 


Carrie' 


Charles H. 


271 


Charles D." 


Egerton 


401 


Carrie' 


George F. 


1^2 


Charles E." 


Edwin 


213 



INDEX TO P'AMILY NAMES. 



471 



Name with 
generation. 

Charles E.* 

Charles E.* 

Charles E.' 

Charles F.« 

Charles F." 

Charles F.* 

Charles H." 

Charles H.' 

Charles H.« 

Charles H.« 

Charles L.^ 

Charles M.'' 

Charles M.s 

Charles N.' 

Charles N.^ 

Charles OJ 

Charles P.^ 

Charles P.« 

Charles R.^ 

Charles S." 

Charles S.« 

Charles S.» 

Charles T.* 

Charles W." 

Charles W.« 

Charles W.^ 

Charlotte* 

Charlotte^ 

Charlotte' 

Charlotte' 

Charlotte A." 

Charlotte A.' 

Charlotte E.' 

Charlotte E.' 

Charlotte E.^ 

Charlotte E.'* 

Charlotte H.' 

Charlotte J." 

Charlotte L.' 

Charlotte T.^ 

Chester W.^ 

Chipman' 

Chloe^ 

Chloe"' 

Chloe' 

Christian"* 



Father's 
name. 

John C. 

Josiah 

Edwin 

Benjamin W. 

Simeon 

William H. 

Amherst 

John 

Charles H. 

John T. 

Nathan H. 

Henry 

George M. 

Daniel 

Oremal 

Artemas 

Daniel 

Jason 

Oliver 

Sewall 

Oliver 

Sumner 

John R. 

Jeremiah 

Calvin 

William H. 

Daniel 

Joseph 

Abner 

Osmond 

John 

Oliver 

Jeremiah 

Smalley 

Thomas L. 

Orlean 

Isaac 

Earl 

James 

Charles N. 

Horatio G. 

Henry 

Samuel 

Amos 

Samuel 

Thomas 





Name with 


Father's 




Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


314 


Christopher CJ 


Abram 


100 


337 


Clara« 


Jacob 


68 


376 


Clara« 


Eli 


310 


338 : 


Clara B.* 


Nathan J. 


322 


222 


Clara E.« 


Moses 


332 


321 


Clara J.* 


Alma 


307 


168 


Clara N.« 


Thomas L. 


342 


148 


Clara P.** 


Phineas M. 


319 


271 


Clara T." 


Amos 


226 


239 


Clare9 


Calvin D. 


380 


367 


Clarence^ 


James R. 


235 


174 


Clarissa' 


Henry 


160 


225 


Clarissa' 


Phineas 


91 


105 


Clarissa B.^ 


Joseph J. 


394 


412 


Clarissa C 


Nat 


122 


124 


Clarissa 0.' 


Jesse 


130 


108 


Clark W.' 


Abraham 


171 


335 


Claud F.9 


Sidney 


350 


149 


Clifton A.'' 


Ara C. 


433 


"5 


Clyde H.* 


Calvin 


320 


285 


Constance N.' 


Daniel H. 


377 


200 


Cora J. 


Noah 


308 


355 


Cordelia* 


Lorenzo 


188 


118 


Cordelia E.'* 


Orlean 


188 


320 


Cornelia A.' 


Dudley 


93 


330 


Cornelia C."* 


Theodore L. 


282 


89 


Curtis J.' 


Oliver 


149 


75 


Curtis W. J.« 


Charles R. 


274 


97 


Cynthia** 


Moses 


57 


180 


Cynthia D.' 


Nat 


122 


158 


Cynthia M.' 


Abner 


97 


149 


Cynthia M."* 


Luke 


200 


118 


Cyrena A.' 


Amherst 


168 


155 








312 


Damaris® 


Bradstreet 


58 


188 


Dan« 


John 


74 


181 


Dana A.^ 


Jerome A. 


386 


134 


Daniel* 


John 


41 


175 


Daniel^ 


Amos 


56 


216 


Daniel« 


Eldad 


70 


39^ 


Daniel^ 


Moody 


63 


160 


Daniel" 


Samuel 


88 


55 


Daniel" 


William 


63 


84, 430 


Daniel' 


Benaiah 


179 


431 


Daniel' 


Daniel 


133 


279 


Daniel" 


Henry 


160 



472 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



Name with 
generation. 

Daniel* 

Daniel A." 

Daniel H.» 

Daniel H.» 

Daniel M.« 

Daniel M.^ 

Daniel P.» 

Daniel W.'' 

Daniel W.« 

Darius^ 

Darius' 

Darius* 

Darius A.' 

David^ 

David* 

David' 

David* 

David* 

David* 

David' 

David' 

David' 

David' 

David C 

David E.» 

David P.' 

Del S.» 

Delia A.' 

Delight* 

Delilah' 

Delos' 

Delos* 

Dewitt C.» 

Diadamia^ 

DilP 

Dolly« 

DoUy^ 

DoUy*^ 

Don C.« 

Dorcas* 

Dorcas* 

Dorcas"* 

Dorcas A.' 

Dorothy* 

Dorothy' 

Dudley* 



Father's 
name. 

Daniel 

Robert J. 

Artemas 

Jesse 

Amos 

Daniel 

.Simeon 

Aaron 

Nathaniel 

Asa 

Phineas 

John 

Aurora 

John 

Jonathan 

David 

Jacob 

David 

Phineas 

David 

Dudley 

Hiram 

Ira 

Benaiah 

David 

Tyler 

William H. 

Nat 

Thomas 

John D. 

.Solomon 

William H. 

Samuel A. 

Moses 

Nelson 

Amherst 

Moody 

Moses 

William 

Jonathan 

John 

Guy 

Amos 

Thomas 

Green 

Thomas 





Name with 


Father's 




Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


223 


Dudley* 


Tyler 


60 


308 


Dudley^ 


Dudley P. 


Jo3 


259 


Dudley P.' 


John 


178. 


248 


Dwight S.' 


Sumner 


123 


64 








108 


Earl* 


Eldad 


70 


222 


Earl* 


Dwight S. 


230 


184 


Earl* 


Alden E. 


421 


250 


Earl» 


Daniel 


407 


57 


Eben» 


Asaph 


263. 


91 


Ebenezer* 


'Nathan 


84 


331 


Edgar" 


Asaph 


263. 


432 


Edgar L.9 


Jerome 


386 


39 


Edith^ 


James L. 


355 


42 


Edith A.« 


Phineas 


319 


50 


Edith C.8 


Henry W. 


355 


52 


Edith E.« 


Charles M. 


321 


70 


Edith E.9 


Judson 


352 


85 


Edith M.« 


Luke C. 


294 


155. 173 


Edna* 


Aaron P. 


331 


178 


Edna» 


Dudley P. 


333 


. 168 


Edson E.* 


Joseph H. W. 


375 


159 


Edson G.* 


Isaac G. 


257 


179 


Effie B.« 


Eugene F. 


286 


285 


Effie L.' 


Amos 


181 


94 


Edward* 


Jonathan 


71 


382 


Edward' 


Guy C. 


162 


123 


Edward' 


Jacob 


122 


55 


Edward* 


Hiram 


309 


100 


Edward* 


Nelson 


432 


161 


Edward' 


Leander P. 


358 


301 


Edward A.» 


Hiram 


34& 


264 


Edward A.^ 


Seth A. 


347 


72 


Edward C 


Farnham 


»75 


432 


Edward C 


Paul 


145 


80 


Edward E.** 


Hiram D. 


278 


86 


Edward H.» 


Nathaniel R. 


250 


53 


Edward N.s 


Nathan L. 


193 


306 


Edward T. 


G. A. 


442 


42 


Edward W." 


Morris 


229 


41 


Edwin' 


Ariel 


171 


159 


Edwin' 


Pearl 


177 


181 


Edwin" 


Silas 


241 


43 


Edwin A.* 


Edwin 


317 


173 


Edwin C 


Eliphalet 


106 


87 


Edwin F.' 


John T. 


104. 



INDEX TC) FAMILY NAMES. 



473 



Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Edwin H.s 


Edwin J. 


392 


EHza A.' 


Sidney 


94 


Edwin I.« 


Isaac G. 


257 


Eliza A.« 


William H. H. 


329 


Edwin J.8 


David 


2S5 


Eliza C.» 


William W. 


300 


Edwin R.« 


Benjamin W. 


338 


Eliza E.'' 


Moses 


337 


Edwin T." 


Tyler 


94 


Eliza F.8 


Thomas 


325 


Edwin T.« 


David P. 


192 


Eliza J." 


Aaron 


184 


Edwin ^Y.'* 


John A. 


294 


Eliza T." 


James 


175 


Egerton B.* 


John A. 


294 


Eliza T." 


Isaac 


176 


Eldad' 


David 


50 


- Eliza T.' 


Thomas 


177 


Eldad" 


Eliphalet 


130 


^ Eliza M.9 


Horatio G. 


398 


Eleanor' 


Abel 


51 


Eliza N.^ 


William H. 


218 


Eleanor® 


Henry M. 


204 


Eliza P." 


Luke A. 


200 


Eleanor L.' 


Oliver 


149 


Elizabeth' 


John 


38 


Eleazer^ 


Abner 


47 


Elizabeth^ 


Samuel 


40 


Electa^ 


Jacob 


68 


Elizabeth" 


Thomas 


43 


Electa" 


Jacob 


154 


Elizabeth^ 


David 


70 


Electa F.« 


Amos 


336 


Elizabeth*^ 


Jacob 


62 


Eli' 


Hiram 


1 68 


Elizabeth^ 


Moses 


72 


Elias R.8 


Stephen M. 


309 


Elizabeth- 


Daniel 


133 


Elijah* 


Moses 


S3 


Elizabeth" 


Guy C. 


162 


Elijah^ 


Asa 


57 


Elizabeth" 


Henry 


160 


Elijah" 


Jehiel 


92 


Elizabeth' 


Jacob 


154 


Elijah" 


Moses 


168 


Elizabeth" 


Samuel 


128 


Eliphalef 


John 


41 


Elizabeth« 


Elijah 


308 


Eliphalet* 


Eliphalet 


49 


Elizabeth* 


Ira 


238 


Eliphalet5 


David 


50 


Elizabeths 


Leroy 


301 


Eliphalet* 


Moses 


53 


Elizabeth^ 


John F. 


410 


Eliphaiet^ 


Asa 


57 


Elizabeth^ 


Marcus A. 


399 


Eliphalet" 


Eldad 


70 


Elizabeth^ 


Moses 


406 


Eliphalet« 


Eliphalet 


70 


Elizabeth A.'* 


Heman 


299 


Eliphalets 


Eliphalet 


So 


Elizabeth A.« 


Samuel A. 


264 


Eliphalet« 


Moody 


63 


Elizabeth C.- 


John T. 


104 


Eliphaz^ 


Asa 


57 


Elizabeth E.8 


Frederic E. 


332 


Elisha" 


Jehiel 


92 


Elizabeth F." 


Phineas 


184 


Elisha P.9 


Henry A. 


413 


Elizabeth F." 


Richard 


184 


Eliza^ 


Thomas 


89 


Elizabeth H.- 


Horatio G. 


157 


Eliza" 


Abner 


97 


Elizabeth H.s 


Samuel H. 


240 


Eliza^ 


Bradstreet 


92 


Elizabeth J.' 


Luke 


98 


Eliza- 


David 


155 


Elizabeth K." 


Oliver 


149 


Eliza" 


Parker 


107 


Elizabeth M.* 


Benjamin W. 


338 


Eliza" 


Solomon 


169 


Elizabeth M.^ 


Nathan L. 


193 


Eliza" 


William 


90 


Elizabeth M." 


Nathan H. 


367 


Eliza- 


William 


160 


Elizabeth P.' 


Dudley 


178 


Eliza^ 


Hiram 


188 


Elkelin* 


Miles A. 


351 


Eliza A.' 


Frederic 


173 


EUa^ 


Dan 


150 


Eliza AJ 


Pearl 


177 


Ella^ 


Solomon 


378 



474 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Ella A. 8 


Abram 


196 


Emily P.^ 


Henry A. 


413 


Ella E.8 


Marcus M. 


193 


Emma' 


Dan 


150 


Ella DeE.'o 


Sylvester W. 


437 


Emma* 


Alma 


307 


Ella J.» 


William W. 


366 


Emma" 


Augustus 


318 


Ella M.8 


John C. 


314 


Emma^ 


George P. 


221 


Ella M.8 


William H. 


321 


Emma^ 


Moses 


19s 


Ella M." 


Henry W. 


386 


Emma** 


Sheldon 


299 


Ella M.9 


Ira J. 


402 


Emma** 


Stephen M. 


309 


Ella M.9 


William P. 


414 


Emma* 


William 


207, 314 


Ellen* 


Edwin B. 


328 


Emma^ 


John 


378 


Ellen A.' 


Dudley 


178 


Emma^ 


Merrett 


415 


Ellen A.8 


Nathan L. 


193 


Emma A.* 


Henry 


245 


Ellen E.7 


Farnham 


175 


Emma C.* 


Heman 


299 


Ellen r.8 


Winslow 


210 


Emma C.* 


John A. 


294 


Ellen J.8 


George 


278 


Emma D.** 


Oliver M. 


236 


Ellen L.8 


Amos 


336 


Emma F.* 


Phineas M. 


319 


Ellen M.7 


John T. 


104 


Emma F.* 


William 


314 


Ellen W.» 


George M. 


225 


Emma J.* 


William B. 


207 


Ellenett^ 


Hamilton 


369 


Emma J.^ 


Orimal 


412 


Elliot G.« 


Jesse 


236 


Emma L.^ 


John D. 


382 


Ellis^ 


Buel 


279 


Emma M.* 


William N. 


306 


Ellsworth H.9 


Jos. H. W. 


375 


Enoch W.« 


Parker 


85 


Elmer** 


William N. 


404 


Enos' 


Eliphalet 


129 


Elmer* 


William H. 


189 


Erie G.'» 


Nathan P. 


438 


Elmer A.^ 


William H. 


275 


Ernest^ 


Simeon A. 


360 


Elmer A.^ 


Elmer A. 


387 


E. Ernest* 


Eugene 


286 


Elmer E.» 


Eugene F. 


286 


Ernest C.^ 


Frank L. 


359 


Elmer E.^ 


George W. 


329 


Ernest E.^ 


.Sidney L. 


350 


Elmer E.^ 


Jason 


335 


Estella R.9 


William N. 


404 


Elmer F".® 


James R. 


235 


Esther" 


Job 


67 


Elmer 0.» 


Otis M. 


374 


Esther' 


John 


141 


Elmer P.^ 


Frederick 


327 


Esther* 


Enos 


245 


Elmira'* 


Horace 


75 


Esther* 


Levi 


309 


Elta A. 9 


Charles H. 


370 


Esther* 


Albert P. 


412 


Emeline** 


Daniel 


89 


Esther P.' 


Dudley 


178 


Emeline'' 


Parker 


108 


Etta* 


Hiram 


310 


Emeline E.' 


John D. 


100 


Etta>" 


Lysander 


424 


Emeline J.' 


Guy C. 


162 


Etta S.* 


William A. 


193 


Emerson® 


Samuel 


69 


Ettie* 


John 


378 


Emerson S.* 


Oliver 


236 


Eugene F.' 


David 


156 


Emily^ 


Moody 


106 


Eugene H.* 


William H. 


330 


Emily A.'' 


Daniel 


133 


Eugene W.' 


Paul 


145 


Emily E.« 


Andrew 


313 


Eugenia* 


Edwin B. 


328 


Emily J." 


Amos 


336 


Eugenie* 


Charles H. 


271 


Emily L." 


Eldad 


249 


Eunice* 


Eliphalet 


49 


Emily M.^ 


Thomas L. 


312 


Eunice* 


John 


46 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



475 



Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Eunice* 


Moses 


53 


F'rances J.'" 


Lysander A. 


424 


Eunice" 


Samuel 


69 


Francis- 


John 


38 


Eunice E.' 


Nat 


122 


Francis^ 


John 


41 


Eureka^ 


Horatio G. 


157 


Francis N.' 


Richard 


184 


Eva« 


Sheldon 


299 


Frank** 


Augustus 


318 


Eva^ 


Buel 


279 


Franks 


Charles P. 


223 


Eva J.» 


Heman 


294 


Frank^ 


Heman W. 


294 


Eva L.9 


Horatio G. 


398 


Frank 8 


John 


261 


Eva M.9 


Henry W. 


386 


Frank* 


McKenzie 


201 


Evaline® 


Samuel 


245 


Frank* 


Moses 


222 


Eveline^ 


Benaiah 


179 


Frank* 


Arthur F. 


390 


Everett (M.)^ 


Frank 


378 


Frank* 


James G. 


383 


Experience' 


Amos 


169 


Frank* 


John 


378 


Ezra E.8 


Moses 


337 


Frank E.« 


George G. 


321 








Frank H.* 


Alden 


324 


Fanny^ 


Amherst 


80 


Frank H.'" 


Sylvester 


437 


Fanny* 


John 


74 


Frank H." 


Victor W. 


439 


Fanny® 


Joseph 


75 


Frank L.** 


William H. 


218 


Fanny' 


Amos 


127 


Frank M.^ 


Augustus M. 


217 


Fanny' 


Dan 


150 


Frank N.* 


Henry 


324 


Fanny' 


Jesse 


90 


Frank N.** 


Nathaniel 


250 


Fanny B.* 


Marcus 


288 


Frank P.** 


Prescott 


214 


Farnham® 


Moody 


86 


Frank R.* 


Almon J. 


347 


Fisher A.« 


Daniel 


89 


Frank S.* 


Dwight 


230 


Fletcher^ 


Ansel 


92 


Frank S.** 


Benjamin W. 


338 


Flora E.» 


Nathan L. 


T93 


Frank W.* 


Eldad 


249 


Flora V.« 


Philip A. 


321 


Frank W.* 


Frank S. 


422 


Florence** 


Leroy 


301 


Franklin® 


Daniel 


89 


Florence* 


Daniel 


407 


Franklin' 


Stephen 


152 


Florence* 


George S. 


403 


Franklin^ 


Thomas L. 


312 


Plorence A.* 


Ira J. 


402 


Franklin J.** 


Julius 


288 


Florence F." 


Charles E. 


412 


FrankUn M.** 


John T. 


334 


Florence H.^ 


Edwin B. 


328 


P^asina' 


Hiram 


168 


Florence N.** 


Charles 


324 


Fred« 


Daniel 


223 


Florence P.'* 


Ainsworth 


205 


Fred^ 


Heman W. 


294 


Florence R.« 


•Horatio G. 


157 


Fred" 


John 


331 


Forrest G.* 


George A. 


421 


Fred* 


Frank 


378 


Forrest H." 


Marcellus 


370 


Fred E.** 


Hiram D. 


278 


Forrest (L. E. 


8) Moses 


195 


Fred N.8 


Charles M. 


321 


Foster W.» 


Phineas M. 


319 


Fred R.8 


Dwight 


230 


Frances* 


Marshall E. 


346 


Fred S.8 


Augustus 


318 


Frances A.' 


James 


175 


Fred S.« 


George G. 


321 


Frances A.'* 


Samuel A. 


263 


Frederic® 


Daniel 


89 


Frances E.' 


Richard S. 


114 


Frederic® 


Stephen 


85 


Frances E.* 


Lucius P. 


192 


Frederic' 


Sebastian 


180 


Frances F.* 


Samuel 


245 


Frederic A.' 


Alvah 


232 



476 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES> 



Name with 
generation. 

Frederic A." 

Frederic E." 

Frederic H.^ 

Frederic H.^ 

F"rederic L.* 

Frederic P.' 

Friend W.* 

Gage" 
Gamaliel^ 
Gardner" 
Gardner® 
Gardner S.'' 
George® 
George^ 
George^ 
George^ 
George** 
George** 
George'* 
George* 
George® 
George® 
George A.** 
George A.'^ 
George A.** 
George C." 
George C.** 
George D.® 
George E.** 
George E.- 
George E.® 
George F'.'^ 
George ¥." 
George F.*' 
George F." 
George F." 
George G.' 
George H.* 
George H.* 
George H.* 
George H.^ 
George J.* 
George L."^ 
George M." 
George M.^ 



Father's 

name. 

Dudley 

Franklin 

George H. 

Ira J. 

Simeon 

Pearl 

Julius 

Parker 

Asa 

Parker 

George 

Paul 

Amos 

Elijah 

Jesse 

John 

Augustus 

Dudley P. 

Gardner 

Josiah 

Levi 

Julius F. 

Alden 

Merrick 

Josiah H. 

John 

Amos Catlin 

William P. 

Charles 

George J. 

Edson G. 

Sidney 

Abijah 

George G. 

John F. 

Samuel A. 

Henry 

Edwin B. 

Eugene P". 

George 

Silas 

Amos 

Simeon L. 

Sewall 

Jason 



Page 
178 
410 

394 
402 
222 
177 
288 

107 

57 
107 

359 

145 

64 

91 
90 

153 
318 

--» -1 -1 
jjj 

220 
310 

309 
189 

324 
125 

T -> »7 

33/ 

158 
272 

414 

.336 
362 

376 
94 
300 
321 
232 
263 

174 
328 
286 
278 
241 
226 
310 

"5 

335 



Name with 
generation. 

George M.* 
George P.' 
George R.® 
George S.** 
George S.® 
George W.' 
George W." 
George W.' 
George W.** 
George W.*" 
George W.® 
Georgie- 
Georgie L.** 
Gertie** 
Gertrude E.® 
Gertrude E.® 
Glen® 

Gordon E.® 
Grace A.'° 
Grace E.® 
Grace M.® 
Grace W.® 
Grace W.* 
Granville G.' 
Grata' 
Green® 
Gieenleaf •" 
Greenleaf ' 
Guy' 
Guy C.« 
Guy C 
Guy L.® 
G. A. 

Hadassah® 

Hamilton J.** 

Hanna J." 

Hannah^ 

Hannah' 

Hannah'* 

Hannah'' 

Hannah^ 

Hannah^ 

Hannah^ 

Hannah^ 

Hannah® 



Father's 
name. 

Winslow 
Parker 
Herbert 
Luke 

William W. 
Amasa 
Dudley 
Pearl 
Ira 

Samuel 
Tra 

Luke C. 
Hiram D. 
Hiram 
John R. 
William E. B. 
Daniel 
D. Harrison 
Clifton A. 
Joseph L. 
Jerome 
Herbert F. 
Israel 
Amherst 
Abram 
Phineas 
Moody 
Parker 
Ira 
Job 
John 
Hamilton 
Samuel 

Tyler 

John T. 

John T. 

John 

Samuel 

Jonathan 

Thomas 

Frances 

Jacob 

Job 

Joseph 

Amherst 



Page 
210 
108 

365 
196 
300 
169 
178 
177 
238 
263 

367 
294 
278 
309 

355 
369 
407 

377 
433 
394 
226 
361 
342 
168 
96 

85 

86 

107 

159 

78 

158 

369 

442 

60 
239 
334 
38 
40 
42 
43 
45 
52 
52 

51 
80 



INDEX TO FAMn.V NAMES. 



477 



Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




■generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Hannah* 


Eldad 


70 


Harriet N.' 


Abram 


96 


Hannah'^ 


Jacob 


62 


Harriet P.^ 


Augustus 


315 


Hannah* 


John 


■ 58 


Harris' 


David 


156 


Hannah* 


John 


76 


Harrison B.' 


Moses 


112 


Hannah' 


Daniel 


108 


Harrod« 


Charles H. 


310 


Hannah" 


Nathan 


92- 


Harry' . 


Jacob 


154 


Hannah' 


Solomon 


169 


Harry' 


William 


90 


Hannah* 


Hiram 


188 


Harry^ 


Charles R. 


274 


Hannah- 


Edwin 


217 


Harry'* 


Noah 


279 


Hannah E.' 


Samuel 


163 


Harrv'^ 


Thomas 


324 


-Hannah E.** 


Simeon 


222 


Harry® 


Marcus A. 


399 


Hannah G.^ 


Seelye 


260 


Harry® 


Moses 


406 


Hannah H." 


Orlando 


180 


Harry® 


Warren W. 


390 


Hannah J.' 


David 


156 


Harry E.« 


Philip A. 


321 


Hannah M.* 


Job 


78 


Harry F.** 


Edward C. 


322 


Hannah M.' 


Guy 


162 


Harry F.« 


Hiram D. 


278 


Hannah M.® 


Ira A. 


367 


Harry H.« 


David 


332 


Hannah R.' 


Solomon 


161 


Harry P.« 


Abijah P. 


250 


Hannah S.' 


John 


178 


Hart* 


Jacob 


68 


Hannah S.^ 


Elijah 


186 


Harvey" 


Abijah 


160 


Hapilonia** 


Calvin 


262 


Harvey** 


Josiah 


155 


Harlan P.« 


Oliver S. 


285 


Harvie** 


Jacob 


283 


Harlem' 


John 


170 


Hattie E.« 


John T. 


239 


Harriet^ 


John 


46 


Hattie E.® 


Amos 


413 


Harriet* 


Moody 


86 


Hattie H.'^ 


George M. 


225 


Harriet* 


Samuel 


88 


Hattie R.* 


Israel 


342 


Harriet' 


Aaron 


184 


Hazel B.® 


Friend 


399 


Harriet' 


Amos 


169 


Helen' 


William 


160 


Harriet' 


Daniel M. 


102 


Helen^ 


Calvin 


206 


Harriet' 


David 


173 


Helen® 


Melvin G. 


359 


Harriet' 


John 


148,178 


Helen A.« 


Nathaniel 


250 


Harriet' 


McKenzie 


201 


Helen €.« 


Alvah 


232 


Harriet' 


William 


160 


Helen K.« 


Morris 


229 


Harriet" 


Asaph 


263 


Helen L.« 


Christopher 


207 


Harriet^ 


Hiram 


188 


Helen M.* 


Luke C. 


294 


Harrief* 


Dudley P, 


333 


Helen R.« 


Luther 


378 


Harriet A.* 


Merrill 


231 


Helena E.' 


Tyler 


94 


Harriet A.** 


Thomas L. 


312 


Heman* 


John 


76 


Harriet E.' 


Nathaniel 


163 


Heman* 


Jonathan 


75 


Harriet E.® 


William 


436 


Heman" 


Ira 


159 


Harriet F.' 


Farnham 


175 


Heman I.* 


William H. 


275 


Harriet F.'' 


Heman 


293 


Heman W.' 


John 


158 


Harriet- H.' 


Amos 


181 


Henrietta'" 


Jay 


424 


Harriet I." 


Josiah H. 


337 


Henrietta A.- 


Josiah H. 


337 


Harriet M.' 


Abner 


97 


Henrietta K.® 


John D. 


382 


Harriet M^ 


Jesse 


236 


Henrietta W.® 


Henry W. 


386 



478 



INDEX T(^ FAMILY NAMES. 



Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Henry** 


Moody 


86 


Hiram L.' 


John 


15^ 


Henry^ 


Solomon 


77 


Hiram M.« 


Hiram D. 


278 


Henry^ 


Solomon 


176 


Hittie E.8 


Simeon 


222 


Henry" 


Augustus 


318 


Horace® 


Elijah 


79 


Henry* 


Enos 


245 


Horace' 


Jonathan 


75 


Henry* 


Wrensler 


435 


Horace N." 


Nephi 


307 


Henry A.'' 


Charles 


171 


Horatio G.® 


John 


76 


Henry A.** 


Abijah 


239 


Horatio G.' 


Horatio G. 


157 


Henr^ A.* 


Augustus 


315 


Horatio G.' 


John 


158 


Henry A.^ 


Albert 


412 


Horatio G.- 


Julius 


288 


Henry A.* 


Henry A. 


413 


Howard^" 


Everette 


427 


Henry C.** 


Milton R. 


240 


Howard G.« 


George W. 


329 


Henry F.'' 


Abel 


152 


Howard N.* 


John S. 


362 


Henry F.« 


William W. 


366 


Hubert^ 


John E. 


346 


Henry G.^ 


Horatio G. 


398 


Huldah^ 


Abner 


47 


Henry H." 


Joseph 


75 


Huldah« 


Asa 


57 


Henry J." 


Eugene F. 


286 


Huldah® 


Jacob 


62 


Henry K.« 


Oliver D. 


272 


Huldahs 


Jehiel 


186 


Henry L.'" 


Sylvester 


436 


Huldah« 


Abijah P. 


403 


Henry M.'' 


Luke 


98 


Huldah E.' ^ 


Smalley 


155 


Henry P.'*' 


Elisha 


429 


Huldah E.« 


Theo. L. 


282 


Henry P. A.^ 


Charles A. 


328 


Huldah M.« 


Harvey 


299 


Henry S.* 


Charles N. 


216 


Huntress** 


Joseph B. 


334 


Henry W." 


Ainsworth 


205 








Henry W.« 


William H. 


275 


Ida* 


John E. 


346 


Henry W." 


Henry W. 


386 


Ida» 


Orson 


279 


Hepsibah" 


Abijah 


69 


Ida C.9 


Joseph 


375 


Herbert E^ 


James R. 


235 


Ida F.8 


Edwin 


215 


Herbert E.8 


Samuel A. 


264 


Ida L.8 


William N. 


306 


Herbert F.* 


William 


223 


Ina« 


Leroy 


301 


Herbert L.* 


William S. 


361 


Inez V.9 


Judson 


352 


Herman 


G. A. 


442 


Ira® 


Phineas 


85 


Herschel A.'' 


Jeremiah 


118 


Ira® 


Solomon 


77 


Hester' 


Henry 


160 


Ira' 


Amos 


127 


Hiram« 


Amherst 


80 


Ira' 


Ira 


159 


Hiram® 


John 


77 


Ira' 


Jesse 


127 


Hiram* 


Joseph 


75 


IraA.8 ■ 


ira 


238 


Hiram' 


Amherst 


168 


IraE. 


John C. " 


442 


Hiram' 


Hiram 


168 


Ira H. A." 


Heman 


293 


Hiram" 


John 


170 


Ira J.' 


Isaac 


99 


Hiram' 


Stephen 


152 


Ira J.« 


Heman 


298 


ffirani' 


Nathan 


92 


Ira R.9 


Ira J. 


402 


Hiram^ 


Hiram 


188 


Irena R." 


Otis M. 


374 


Hiram" 


Levi 


• 309 


Irene® 


Amos 


64 


Hiram B." 


Eld ad 


249 


Irene M." 


Harrison 


224 


Hiram D.' 


Hiram 


153 


Irinda® 


Elijah 


7^ 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



479 



Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Irinda'' 


Horace 


167 


James M.* 


Heman 


298 


Irinda* 


Alma 


307 


James R.* 


Samuel 


69 


Irinda* 


Robert J. 


308 


James R.' 


Samuel 


126 


Irving^ 


Hiram B. 


374 


James W.^ 


Mattheus 


188 


Isaac* 


Abner 


47 


Jane' 


Eliphalet 


130 


Isaac^ 


Thomas 


55 


Jane' 


William 


90 


Isaac* 


Amos 


88 


Jane* 


Calvin 


246 


Isaac*' 


Eldad 


70 


Jane'* 


John 


261 


Isaac® 


Isaac 


86 


Jane J.' 


Thomas 


177 


Isaac* 


John 


61 


Jared M.^ 


Henry W. 


386 


Isaac* 


Moody 


63 


Jarvis* 


Amos 


431 


Isaac' 


Abram 


96 


Jarvis' 


Samuel 


431 


Isaac'' 


Green 


173 


Jason' 


Benaiah 


179 


Isaac B.' 


Nathan H. 


367 


Jason^ 


Jason 


335 


Isaac B.>" 


Isaac B. 


425 


Jason S.* 


Nathan B. 


187 


Isaac G.' 


Isaac 


132 


Jay' 


David 


155 


Isaac N.' 


Isaac 


99 


Jay'' 


John R. 


355 


IsabelP 


Catlen 


272 


Jehiel* 


Asa 


57 


Isabella* 


Ira 


159 


Jehiel' 


Jehiel 


92 


Isabella G.' 


Amherst 


168 


Jemima* 


Jonathan 


42 


Israel* 


William 


49 


Jennie" 


John 


271 


Israel F.' 


Aaron 


184 


Jennie^ 


Almon J. 


347 








Jennie^ 


John 


378 


Jacob* 


Jonathan 


42 


Jennie E.* 


Lysander 


345 


Jacob* 


Abner 


47 


Jennie F." 


Israel 


342 


Jacob* 


Nathaniel 


50 


Jennie G.^ 


Luther 


378 


Jacob* 


Samuel 


49 


Jennie S." 


Amos 


226 


Jacob* 


Jacob 


68 


Jennie T.' 


John T. 


104 


Jacob* 


Jonathan 


75 


Jeremiah* 


Eliphalet 


49 


Jacob' 


David 


173 


Jeremiah* 


Jeremiah 


66 


Jacob' 


Solomon 


169 


Jeremiah C* 


Calvin 


320 


Jacob^ 


Thomas 


279 


Jerome A.^ 


William H. 


275 


Jacob A.' 


Smalley 


155 


Jerome B.' 


Mighill 


"5 


Jacob T.« 


Moody 


86 


Jerome H.' 


Sumner 


123 


James* 


Samuel 


86 


Jerusha* 


Nathaniel 


50 


James* 


Sebastian 


180 


Jerusha C 


Chandler 


102 


James* 


Calvin 


246 


Jesse* 


David 


50 


James® 


James L. 


355 


Jesse* 


Abijah 


69 


James A.' 


James 


175 


Jesse* 


Eldad 


70 


James A.' 


Aurora 


432 


Jesse* 


Moses 


57 


James A." 


Alva 


300 


Jesse' 


Jesse 


127, 130 


James A. 


G. A. 


442 


Jesse** 


Nathaniel 


250 


James D.' 


Henry 


160 


Jesse' 


Adnah 


372 


James G.» 


Oliver D. 


272 


Jesse D.' 


Amos 


127 


James L.* 


Calvin 


206 


Jessie** 


Amos C. 


272 


James M.' 


Samuel 


431 


Jessie^ 


Marvin 


344 



480 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



"Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




.generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Joan' 


Daniel 


133 


John C* 


Phineas M. 


319 


Job" 


Jonathan 


42 


John D.6 


John 


61 


job^ 


Jacob 


52 


John D.« 


Oliver D. 


272 


Job^ 


Samuel 


49 


John D.9 


John R. 


355 


Job6 


Job 


67 


John E.' 


Abner 


97 


Jobs 


John 


68 


John Edward® 


Charles 


324 


Johni 


John 


37 


John E." 


Jehiel 


186 


John^ 


John 


38 


John E.9 


Edwin A. 


414 


John^ 


John 


39 


John F.' 


Artemas 


124 


John" 


John 


41 


John F.' 


Henry 


174 


John" 


Jonathan 


42 


John F." 


Andrew 


3^3 


John^ 


Abner 


47 


John Frederic" 


Lemuel 


210 


John^ 


Francis 


45 


John F.» 


Seelye 


260 


John^ 


Jacob 


52 


John J." 


William H. 


329 


John^ 


John 


50 


John J.9 


Joseph J. 


394 


John^ 


Joseph 


51 


John L.' 


Moody 


174 


John-^ 


Samuel 


49 


John L.» 


Ira 


238 


John^ 


Andrew 


84 


John M.' 


Isaac 


99 


John« 


Bradstreet 


5S, 434 


John N. 




442 


John« 


John 


74, 76 


John P.' 


Benaiah 


179 


John« 


Jonathan 


72 


John P.' 


John D. 


100 


John« 


Joseph 


75 


John P. R.' 


Dudley 


93 


John« • 


Samuel 


88 


John R.« 


John 


68 


JohnS 


Thomas 


87 


John R.' 


Merrick 


125 


John' 


Abram 


100 


John R." 


Calvin 


206 


John' 


Dudley 


178 


John S." 


Nelson 


225 


John' 


Jehiel 


92 


John T.« 


Jacob 


63 


John' 


John 


141, 148 


John T.' 


Amos 


127 


John' 


William 


90 


John T.' 


Chandler 


102 


John** 


David 


159 


John T.' 


John 


178 


John« 


Dudley P. 


333 


John W.8 


Egerton 


401 


John" 


Gardner 


220 


John W.8 


William P. 


414 


John* 


John 


261 


Jonah" 


Jonathan 


42 


John** 


Luke C. 


294 


Jonas'' 


Jonathan 


72 


John" 


Phineas P. 


435 


Jonathan^ 


John 


36 


John« 


Silas P. 


241 


Jonathan* 


Jacob 


52 


John* 


Andrew J. 


189 


Jonathan^ 


John 


51 


John" 


James G. 


383 


Jonathan* 


Nathaniel 


50 


John A.' 


John 


158 


Jonathan® 


Jonathan 


75 


John A.' 


John T. 


104 


Jonathan® 


Thomas 


89 


John A.» 


Heman 


298 


Jonathan' 


Jacob 


154 


John A.9 


Henry A. 


413 


Joseph".. 


Jonathan 


42 


John B.s 


Amos 


432 


Joseph' 


Abel 


51 


John B. 




442 


Joseph" 


Joseph 


51 


John C 


Frederic 


173 


Joseph® 


Samuel 


88 


John C 


John 


170 


Joseph' 


Amherst 


168 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



481 



Name with 


Father's 


generation. 


name. 


Joseph" 


John 


Joseph B.' 


Benaiah 


Joseph B.* 


Joseph B. 


Joseph H.^ 


Nathan H. 


Joseph H. W.» 


Isaac G. 


Joseph I.^ 


Joseph H. W 


Joseph J." 


Jay 


Joseph L.' 


Paul 


Joseph L.** 


Theo. L. 


Josephine* 


Josiah 


Josephine C.^ 


William H. 


Josephine C* 


John R. 


Josiah'' 


Amherst 


Josiah' 


Hiram 


Josiah' 


Smalley 


Josiah^ 


Solomon 


Josiah** 


Jacob A. 


Josiah H.'' 


Amos 


Judah* 


Joseph 


Judith* 


Daniel 


Judith^ 


Moody 


Judith^ 


Jeremiah 


Judith F.6 


Amos 


Judith F.» 


Amos 


Judson^ 


Luke 


Judson G.^ 


Edwin I. 


Julia'' 


Dan 


Julia' 


Jesse 


Julia'^ 


Levi 


Julia** 


Samuel H. 


Julia^ 


Almon J. 


Julia A.'' 


Amherst 


Julia A.'' 


Charles 


Julia A.'^ 


Horatio G. 


Julia A.' 


Samuel 


Julia A.** 


Leverett 


Julia C* 


Jay 


Julia E.8 


William 


Julia F.^ 


John T. 


Julia F.« 


Josiah H. 


Julia M.' 


Aaron 


Julia M.' 


Abner 


Julia M.' 


Jonas 


Julian A.** 


Alvah 


Julian C." 


John P. 


Julian SJ 


Tyler 



Page 

179 
334 
367 

257 

375 
286 

145 
282 
310 
329 

355 
80 

168 

155 
169 

283 

181 

51 

48 

63 
66 

64 
226 
196 
376 
150 

90 

309 
240 

347 
168 
177 
156 
163 
224 
286 

314 
104 

337 
184 

97 
141 
232 
208 

94 



Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page- 


Juliette B."* 


Abiiah 


239 


Julius" 


Horatio G. 


'5& 


Julius^ 


Julius G. 


288 


Julius F.** 


Orlean 


189 


Junius F." 


Oliver S. 


285 


Kate* 


Marcus M. 


193. 


Kate* 


Arthur F. 


390 


Kate" 


Leander P. 


358 


Kate D.'' 


Sumner 


123 


Kate E.« 


Amos 


336 


Katie L.* 


Simeon W. 


316 


Katie M.* 


Charles P. 


223 


Kittie** 


Leroy 


301 


Kittie D.» 


Burton J. 


230 


Laura^ 


Elijah 


79 


Laura'' 


Uriah G. 


105. 


Laura'* 


Elijah 


18S 


Laura" 


George 


185, 


Laura** 


William 


306 


Laura A.' 


Jeremiah 


ii8. 


Laura M.^ 


Calvin 


320 


Laura M." 


David 


285 


Laura M.* 


Samuel 


245 


Lavinia' 


Moses 


112 


Lavinia'' 


Hiram B. 


374 


Leander' 


William 


• 107 


Leander P.** 


Calvin 


217 


Lecta** 


John 


58 


Lee (G.y 


George W. 


381 


Lemuel^ 


Eliphalet 


49 


Lemuel C.' 


Chandler 


102 


Leonard' 


Moody 


174 


Leonard^ 


Nelson 


432 


Leroy' 


Solomon 


161 


Leroy^ 


Harry 


38s 


Lester^ 


William R. 


229 


Letta V.'» 


.Sylvester 


437 


Leverett W.'' 


Moses 


112 


Leverett W." 


Leverett 


224 


Levi* 


John 


SI 


Levi' 


Amherst 


168 


Levi T.^ 


Abijah P. 


250 


Lewis'* 


Hiram 


310. 


Lewis*' 


Orimal 


412. 



482 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES, 



Name with 
generation. 

Lewis D." 

Lewis D.^ 

Lewis E.' 

Lewis N.' 

Libbie^ 

Lilla L.3 

Lillian** 

Lillian^ 

Lillian^ 

Lillian* 

Lillian T.» 

Lillian W.« 

Lilly B. 

Lilly M.» 

Livingston^ 

Lizzie* 

Lizzie^ 

Lizzie* 

Lizzie* 
Lizzie'" 
Lizzie E.® 
Lizzie 0.'° 
Lizzie L.** 
Lizzie M.* 
Lizzie W.^ 
Loeta'i 
Longley J."* 
Loren^ 
Loren' 
Lorenzo D.' 
Lorinda M." 
Lottie* 
Lottie M."' 
Louis B.'* 
Louis H.' 
Louisa® 
Louisa' 
Louisa A.'' 
Louisa S." 
Loviecy' 
Lovina E." 
Lucia L.* 
Lucie E." 
Lucinda" 
Lucinda" 
Lucinda" 



Father's 
name. 

James A. 

Luther 

Marcus A. 

William W. 

Stephen M. 

Otis M. 

Egerton 

Forrest 

Frederic L. 

Miles A. 

William 

Fred A. 

John B. 

William H. 

Orin P. 

Hiram 

Gardner 

George 

Henry A. 

Lysander 

Otis D. 

Charles 

William H. 

William C. 

Phineas M. 

Henry L. 

John T. 

Hiram 

Benjamin F. 

Bradstreet 

Samuel 

Seelye 

Elisha P. 

Abijah 

Hamilton 

Moses 

Aurora 

Richard 

Daniel 

Samuel 

Ransom 

Edwin J. 

John S. 

Andrew 

Charles 

Hiram 



Page 

433 

378 

399 
366 

309 
374 
401 

352 
361 

351 
306 

364 

442 

330 
175 
309 
220 

359 
413 
424 
419 
428 
330 
3^3 
319 
438 
239 
188 
189 
92 

245 
260 

429 
300 
369 
57 
432 
184 
108 

431 
262 

392 
362 
170 
177 
168 



Name with 
generation. 

Lucinda" 

Lucinda A.' 

Lucinda J.** 

Lucius P.' 

Lucy*^ 

Lucy'' 

Lucy*^ 

Lucy*" 

Lucy^ 

Lucy" 

Lucy** 

Lucy" 

Lucy' 

Lucy" 

Lucy' 

Lucy** 

Lucy A." 

Lucy A.' 

Lucy A.' 

Lucy A." 

Lucy A.*^ 

Lucy E.' 

Lucy E.** 

Lucy M.* 

Luella« 

Luezer A. 

Luke' 

Luke A." 

Luke A.' 

Luke C 

Lurzana" 

Luther' 

Luther** 

Lydia-' 

Lydia** 

Lydia" 

Lydia" 

Lydia' 

Lydia" 

Lydia* 

Lydia'^ 

Lydia D.' 

Lydia F.' 

Lyman' 

Lyman* 

Lyman* 



B.' 



Father's 
name. 

Isaac 

Oliver 

Eldad 

Sidney 

Eliphalet 

Samuel 

Andrew 

Asa 

Eldad 

Isaac 

Jeremiah 

John 

Earl 

Ebenezer 

William 

Solomon 

Lemuel 

Parker 

Benaiah 

Osmond 

Marcus 

Dan 

Milton R. 

Joseph B. 

William H. 

Frederic 

Abram 

Eleazer 

Abner 

John 

Bradstreet 

Green 

John 

Samuel 

Francis 

Eldad 

John 

Eliphalet 

Nathan 

Noah 

Orson 

Orlando 

Farnham 

Jacob 

George P. 

John 



Page 

132 
149 

249 

94 
49 
49 
84 

57' 
70 

86 

65 
68 

134 
170 
124 
299 
67 
108 
179 
180 
288 

150 
240 

334 
358 
173 

96. 

61 

97 

158 

92 

173 

261 

40 

45 
70 

58 
130 
187 
279 
279 
180 

175 
122 

221 
33^ 



INDEX 1(J FAMILY NAMES. 



483 



"Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Lyman 11/ 


Eldad 


249 


Mariette' 


Nat 


122 


Lyman H." 


Ransom 


313 


Marilla* 


Jesse 


236 


Lyman H.'' 


Judson 


352 


Marion C.» 


Hamilton J. 


369 


Lynn H.-' 


William H. 


382 


Marion C* 


Daniel H. 


377 


Lynne" 


Nathan P. 


438 


Marion M.* 


John F. 


232 


Lysander E.* 


Elijah 


186 


Maroni^ 


Horace 


168 


Lysander E.^ 


Lysander E. 


345 


Marshall** 


Augustus F. 


318 


Lysander LeV 


^' Lysander E. 


424 


Marshall E.* 


Jehiel 


187 








Marshall H.» 


Harvey 


299 


MabeP 


Frank M. 


358 


Marshall L."* 


Leroy 


301 


Maggie** 


Ileman 


294 


Martha-' 


John 


39 


Mamie E.'' 


Seth A. 


347 


Martha^ 


Nathaniel 


50 


Manly* 


Jesse 


236 


Martha-'* 


Thomas 


55 


Manly** 


William H. 


301 


Martha''' 


William 


63 


Marcellus E.* 


John T. 


239 


Martha' 


Green 


173 


Marcia'^ 


Horatio G. 


156 


Martha* 


Amos 


226 


Marcia AJ 


Abel 


152 


Martha* 


Ira 


159 


Marcia M.* ' 


Isaac G. 


257 


Martha* 


Enos 


245 


Marcus* 


Guy 


159 


Martha A.* 


Josiah H. 


337 


Marcus A.** 


Marcus B. 


288 


Martha E.' 


James 


175 


Marcus BJ 


Horatio G. 


156 


Martha H.' 


Tyler 


94 


Marcus M.'^ 


Tyler 


94 


Martha J.' 


Amos 


181 


Margaret' 


Orlando 


180 


Martha J.' 


Horace 


167 


Margaret^ 


Ira 


159 


Martha L.' 


Eliphalet 


106 


Margaret** 


Alva 


300 


Martha L.' 


Parker 


108 


Margaret"* 


Heman 


299 


Martin B.' 


Isaac 


99 


Margaret^ 


Samuel T. 


236 


Martin C 


Jacob 


154 


Margaret AJ 


Oliver 


149 


Martin F.* 


Nephi 


307 


Margaret E7 


Ira 


159 


Martin M.** 


Noah 


388 


Margaret M.' 


Amos 


127 


Marvin* 


George 


185 


Margaret W.' 


Horatio G. 


157 


Mary^ 


John 


38 


Margie G.'' 


John D. 


382 


Mary-* 


John 


39 


Marguerite^ 


Charles B. 


420 


Mary3 


Samuel 


40 


MariaS 


Solomon 


77 


Mary* 


John 


41 


Maria' 


Charles 


177 


Mary* 


Amos 


54 


Maria' 


Nathan 


92 


Mary* 


David 


SO 


Maria^ 


William 


314 


Mary* 


Jacol) 


52 


Maria* 


Anson P". 


346 


Mary* 


John 


46 


Maria F.' 


Frederic 


.173 


Mary^ 


Joseph 


51 


Maria J.** 


Jesse 


248 


Mary'' 


Abijah 


69 


Maria J.' 


William 


107 


Mary" 


Bradstreet 


58 


Marietta* 


Simeon 


222 


Mary" 


Jacob 


62 


Marietta F.* 


John A. 


294 


Mary** 


John 


74 


Marietta K.' 


Frederic 


172 


Mary** 


John 


76 


Marietta M.' 


Moses D. 


112 


Mary" 


Joseph 


72,75 


Mariette' 


John D. 


100 


Mary"* 


M>>(jdy 


86 



484 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



Name with 
generation. 

Mary* 
Mary'' 
Mary'^ 
Mary' 
Mary' 
Mary' 
Mary' 
Mary' 
Mary' 
Mary' 
Mary' 
Mary® 
Mary* 
Mary® 
Mary® 
Mary® 
Mary® 
Mary® 
Mary® 
Mary® 
MaryS 
Mary' 
MaryS 
Mary® 
Mary 3 
Mary A.^ 
Mary Ayer^ 
Mary A.' 
Mary A.' 
Mary A.' 
Mary A.' 
Mary A.' 
Mary A.' 
Mary A.' 
Mary A.' 
Mary A.' 
Mary A.' 
Mary A.® 
Mary A.® 
Mary A.® 
Mary A.® 
Mary A. P.' 
Mary B.® 
Mary B.® 
Mary C.® 
Mary C.® 



Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




name. 


Page 


generation. 


name 


Page- 


Stephen 


85 


Mary E.' 


Amos 


181: 


Abram 


95 


Mary E.' 


John 


158 


Amasa 


169 


Mary E.® 


Abijah 


239 


Amos 


127 


Mary E.® 


George M. 


225 


Charles 


177 


Mary E.® 


Marcus B. 


288 


Dudley 


178 


Mary E.® 


Moses 


337- 


Henry 


160 


Mary E.® 


Phineas M. 


319 


Horatio G. 


156 


Mary F.® 


Jerome 


226 


Osmond 


180 


Mary J.' 


Benaiah 


179 


Samuel 


128 


Mary J.' 


John 


153. 


Solomon 


169 


Mary J.' 


CHiver 


149 


Charles A. 


318 


Mary J.' 


Parker 


108 


Charles H. 


271 


Mary J.® 


Daniel 


259 


Gardner 


220 


Mary J.® 


Elijah 


186 


Ira 


159 


ISIary J.® 


Elijah 


308 


Jesse 


236 


Mary J.® 


Heman 


299 


John T. 


211 


Mary J.® 


Milton R. 


240 


Robert J. 


308 


Mary J.» 


Hiram B. 


374 


Seelye 


260 


Mary M.' 


Abel 


152 


"William 


314 


Mary M.® 


Charles N. 


216 


Arthur F. 


390 


Mary M.® 


Jesse 


248 


Charles 


381 


Mary M.® 


Leander 


217 


Leander P. 


358 


Mary M." 


Orimal 


412 


Marcus 


399 


Mary 0.' 


Aurora 


432 


Wrensler 


435 


Mary 0.'" 


Sylvester 


437 


Benjamin 


72 


Mary P.' 


Jeremiah 


118 


Eleazer 


61 


Mary R.^ 


John R. 


355 


Abner 


97 


Mary S.' 


Luka A. 


98. 


Ariel 


171 


Mary S.' 


Samuel 


126 


Henry 


174 


Mary S.' 


Uriah G. 


105 


Hiram 


168 


Mary W.« 


Parker 


85. 


Moses 


146 


Maryette' 


Bradstreet 


92. 


Orlando 


180 


Maryette® 


Merrill 


231 


Samuel 


431 


Matilda® 


Solomon 


299 


Thomas 


177 


Matilda® 


Ira A. 


367 


Moody 


174 


Mattheus® 


Orlean 


188. 


Tyler 


94 


Mattie E.» 


Henry W. 


386 


Alden 


324 


•Maud® 


Burton J. 


230. 


Marcus M. 


193 


Maud" 


Alanson 


3S1 


Nathaniel 


250 


Maud» 


Buel 


279. 


Samuel 


245 


Maud® 


Moses 


406 


Richard 


184 


Maud L.« 


Phineas 


319 


Henry A. 


317 


Maurice® 


Marcellus 


370 


Silas 


241 


May D.® 


Charles M. 


321 


Abram 


196 


May L.® 


Edwin B.. 


328. 


Nathan B. 


187 


Mehitable'' 


Samuel. 


4a 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



485 



Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page- 


Mehitable* 


Thomas 


43 


Moody* 


Thomas 


5S 


Mehitable* 


Francis 


45 


Moody** 


Moody 


63 


Mehitable^ 


Abijah 


69 


Moody" 


Moody 


86 


Mehitable^ 


Joseph 


72 


Moody'^ 


Phineas 


85 


Mehitable^ 


Aaron 


184 


Morris' 


Jeremiah 


118 


Mehitable S.'^ 


Samuel 


128 


Moses* 


Abel 


51 


Melissa^ 


Alva 


300 


Moses* 


Francis 


45. 


Melissa M.* 


John T. 


239 


Moses* 


Eleazer 


6e 


Melvin' 


Stephen 


152 


Moses" 


Elijah 


79 


Melvin^ 


Edward N. 


350 


Moses" 


Joseph 


72 


Melvin* 


Melvin G. 


359 


Moses' 


Dudley 


178 


Melvin B.» 


Oliver 


285 


Moses' 


Abram 


95 


Melvin G.» 


Gardner 


220 


Moses' 


Osmond 


180. 


Mercy* 


Jacob 


52 


Moses' 


Parker 


108. 


Meriam* 


Francis 


45 


Moses* 


Elijah 


308 


Meriam A.** 


Ira 


238 


Moses* 


Robert J. 


308 


Merinda^ 


Samuel 


86 


Moses D.« 


Amos 


64 


Merriam^ 


Eleazer 


61 


Moses P.' 


Daniel 


108. 


Merrick® 


John 


68 


Murtie* 


Moses 


406 


MerrilF 


Job 


124 


Myra' 


Horatio G. 


156 


Merritt (H.)» 


Charles A. 


318 


Myra L.^ ' 


Edwin I. 


376 


Mighilis 


Amos 


64 


Myrtle* 


Leroy 


301 


Mighill W.' 


Frederick 


173 


Myrtle" 


Elias P. 


408. 


Miles» 


Elias R. 


408 








Miles A.» 


William A. 


193 


Nancy' 


Abel 


152 


Millard F.s 


Luke 


196 


Nancy' 


Amos 


127 


Milly« 


Eldad 


70 


Nancy' 


Eliphalet 


129, 


Milly' 


Jesse 


130 


Nancy' 


William 


90. 


Milo^ 


Benjamin F. 


189 


Nancy* 


Ira 


238 


Milton' 


Stephen 


152 


Nancy A.* 


Samuel 


24s 


Milton« 


Milton R. 


240 


Nancy J.' 


Frederic 


172, 


Milton R.' 


Samuel 


128 


Nancy J.* 


Josiah H. 


337/ 


Mina"^ 


John 


58 


Nancy W.' 


Jesse 


130 


Minerva' 


Abel 


152 


Nat« 


Jacob 


68 


Minerva" 


Horace 


167 


Nathan* 


Thomas 


55 


Minerva* 


John 


261 


Nathan" 


Bradstreet 


58 


Minerva A.* 


Harvey 


299 


Nathan B.' 


Nathan 


92. 


Minerva Z.^ 


William N. 


306 


Nathan H. 


Ira 


238. 


Minnie^ 


Hiram 


309 


Nathan J.' 


Henry 


174- 


Minnie* 


Seth A. 


347 


Nathan L.' 


Tyler 


94 


Mira C.9 


Daniel P. 


360 


Nathan P.» 


William 


436 


Miranda A." 


Jehiel 


186 


Nathan R." 


Samuel 


88 


Mohena^ 


Hiram 


309 


NathanieP 


John 


39 


Molly* 


Samuel 


55 


Nathaniel* 


Jonathan 


42 


Monroe D.** 


Jesse 


236 


Nathaniel* 


Nathaniel 


50 


Moody* 


Daniel 


48 


Nathaniel*' 


Dudley 


333 



32 



486 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



Name with 


Father's 


generation. 


name. 


Nathaniel C.« 


Job 


-Nathaniel N.* 


Nelson 


Nathaniel R.^ 


Eliphalet 


Natha-niel T.» 


Nathaniel 


N&Ua N.5 


Heman I. 


Nellie^ 


Arthur F. 


Nellie A.'" 


Artemas W. 


Nellie B.^ 


Sidney L. 


Nellie C.« 


Phineas M. 


Nellie L.^ 


Edwin I. 


Nellie M.s 


Alden 


Nelson'' 


Sewall 


Nelson" 


Samuel 


Nelson P.' 


Nat 


Nephi^ 


Horace 


Nettie* 


Catlin 


Nettie* 


George F". 


Nettie" 


Abijah P. 


Nettie A.» 


William E. B 


Nettie A." 


Alerritt 


Nettie J.* 


Nathan J. 


Nicy M." 


Isaac 


Nina* 


Henry M. 


Noah" 


Jacob 


Noah* 


Noah 


Noah^ 


Orson 


Nora* 


Robert J. 


Noyes B.» 


Theo. W. 


Noyes C." 


Tyler 


Oleta I.i' 


Henry L. 


Olive^ 


William 


Olive« 


John 


Olive A.' 


Samuel 


Oliver" 


John 


Oliver" 


James G. 


Oliver D.' 


Oliver 


Oliver M.' 


Emerson 


Oliver S.' 


David 


Olivia* 


Harvey 


Olivia B.-' 


Th'imas F. 


Ornery' 


John 


Orange' 


An irevv 


OriniaP 


William 


Orimel" 


John 


Orin F. 


Henry 



Page 

78 
225 
130 
250 
386 

425 

319 
376 
324 

"5 
431 
122 

168 
272 
192 
403 
369 
415 
322 
132 
204 

154 
279 
279 
308 
413 
94 

438 
49 
58 

431 
58, 74 

383 

149^ 

127 

15s 
299 

403 
434 
170 

314 
170 

174 



Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


Orin L.* 


James R. 


235 


Orin P. 


Samuel 


86 


Orlando* 


Benjamin 


87 


Orlean' 


Bradstreet 


92 


Orline M.* 


Martin C. 


280 


Orlo* 


Lorenzo 


x88 


Ormon J.' 


Isaac 


176 


Orpah B.'' 


Samuel 


163 


Orson* 


Noah 


279 


Oscar C.7 


..GuyC. 


162 


Oscar E.9 


Otis M. 


374 


Oscar J.^ 


Harvey 


155 


Oscar T.« 


William A. 


193 


Osman*' 


Jason 


335 


Osmond* 


Benjamin 


87 


Otis D.« 


Moses 


332 


Otis M.* 


Eldad 


249 


Pamelia*" 


Benjamin 


87 


Pamelia^'' 


Moody 


63 


Pamelia" 


Dudley 


178 


Pamelia' 


John 


434 


Pamelia* 


Jehiel 


187 


Parker^ 


Samuel 


55 


Parker* 


Daniel 


89 


Parker* 


William 


63 


Parker^ 


Frederic 


183 


Parthenia' 


Abijah 


160 


Parthenia* 


Alva 


300 


Patty R.^ 


Eliphalet 


130 


Paul* 


Joseph 


72 


Paul" 


William E. 


363 


Paul N.^ 


Paul 


145 


Peabody* 


Amos 


64 


Pearl* 


Thomas 


87 


PearF 


Dudley 


178 


Pearl E.'' 


Victor W. 


439 


Peggy^ 


John 


46 


Percy A.'' 


Abraham 


171 


Percy B." 


D. Harrison 


377 


Percy M" 


George W. 


368 


Perkins (J.)' 


Uriah G. 


105 


Perley V." 


William S. 


361 


Perry* 


Phineas P. 


435 


Persis M." 


Adnah 


372 


Phebe* 


Abner 


47 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



487 



Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Phebe^ 


Jacob 


52 


Rebecca* 


Thomas 


89 


Phebes 


John 


46 


Rebecca' 


Earl 


134 


Phebe« 


John 


77 


Rebecca A.' 


Thomas 


177 


Phebe« 


Moody 


63 


Rebecca F.' 


Aaron 


184 


Phebe« 


Tyler 


60 


Rebecca J.' 


Henry 


174 


Phebe^ 


Frederic 


183 


Rebecca J.* 


Stephen M. 


309 


Phebe^ 


Isaac 


106 


Relief* 


John 


46 


Phebe' 


Jehiel 


92 


Relief* 


Tyler 


60 


PhebeS 


Calvin 


206 


Relief' 


Job 


124 


Phebe M.^ 


William 


436 


Rhoda* 


Eleazer 


61 


Phebe P.' 


Eiiphalet 


130 


Rhoda* 


Eiiphalet 


130 


Phebe P.* 


Seelye 


260 


Rhoda' 


Abram 


96 


Philander* 


James R. 


235 


Rhoda' 


Horace 


167 


Philena^ 


Thomas 


177 


Rial De A.« 


Calvin 


301 


Philip A.' 


Moody 


174 


Richard* 


Amos 


56 


Phineas' 


Thomas 


55 


Richard* 


Thomas 


89 


Phineas^ 


Asa 


57 


Richard C 


Luke A. 


98 


Phineas® 


Thomas 


89 


Richard H.« 


Calvin 


262 


Phineas' 


Aaron 


184 


Richard S.* 


Amos 


64 


Phineas'' 


Elijah 


129 


Richard S.' 


Richard S. 


114 


Phineas M.'' 


Moody 


174 


Robert* 


Hiram 


309 


Phineas P.'' 


John 


434 


Robert^ 


George F. 


403 


Polly« 


Eleazer 


61 


Robert J.' 


Moses 


168 


PollyS 


John 


68 


Robert J.* 


Robert J. 


308 


PollyS 


Moses 


57 


Robert W.' 


Henry W. 


355 


Polly« 


Solomon 


77 


Rob Roy* 


Dwight 


230 


PoUy^ 


Ebenezer 


170 


Roena* 


Jacob 


68 


Polly" 


Eiiphalet 


130 


Romaine* 


John F. 


232 


Prescott" 


Uriah G. 


105 


Rooxbe* 


William 


63 


Priscilla" 


Earl 


134 


Rooxbee A.' 


James 


'75 


Prudence* 


Bradstreet 


58 


Rosella E." 


Marcellus E. 


370 








Roswell S.* 


John A. 


212 


Racjiel^ 


Abner 


47 


Roxana* 


Joseph 


75 


Rachel* 


Robert J. 


308 


Royal M." 


James G. 


383 


Rachel J.' 


Jesse 


130 


Ruby* 


Daniel 


89 


Rachel S.' 


Earl 


134 


Russell' 


Jonas 


141 


Ralph'' 


Asa 


92 


Russell* 


Elijah 


186 


Ralph P.3 


Frank M. 


358 


Russell^ 


Alfred 


433 


Ransom^ 


John 


141, 170 


Ruth-' 


Samuel 


40 


Ransom P.* 


Lyman H. 


410 


Ruth M.9 


John D. 


382 


Ray» 


Nephi 


307 








Ray R.« 


Charles R. 


274 


Sally* 


Amherst 


80 


Rebecca* 


Jacob 


52 


Sally* 


Benjamin 


72,87 


Rebecca® 


Amherst 


80 


Sally* 


Job 


67 


Rebecca* 


Samuel 


88 


Sally* 


Moses 


57 


Rebecca" 


Solomon 


77 


Sally* 


Samuel 


69 



488 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Sally* 


Solomon 


77 


Sarah* 


Daniel 


48 


Sally' 


Abram 


95 


Sarah* 


Eliphalet 


49 


Sally' 


Amos 


127 


Sarah* 


Joseph 


51 


Sally' 


Daniel 


108 


Sarah* 


Thomas 


55 


Sally' 


Eliphalet 


130 


Sarah* 


William 


49 


Salome' 


Stephen 


152 


Sarah* 


EMad 


70 


Samuel^ 


John 


38 


Sarah* 


David 


70 


SamueP 


Samuel 


40 


Sarah* 


Jacob 


62, 68 


Samuel'* 


Jonathan 


42 


Sarah*' 


Job 


78 


Samuel* 


Thomas 


43 


Sarah* 


John 


61 


Samuel* 


Samuel 


44 


Sarahs' 


Jonathan 


75 


Samuel* 


Amos 


56 


Sarah* 


Joseph 


72 


Samuel* 


Job 


52 


Sarah^ 


Moody 


63 


Samuel^ 


Samuel 


49,55 


Sarah*- 


Moses 


72 


Samuel* 


Thomas 


55 


Sarah* 


Samuel 


88 


Samuel* 


Abijah 


69 


Sarah*- 


William 


63; 


Samuel^ 


Amos 


84, 430 


Sarah' 


Amos 


169 


Samuel^ 


Eliphalet 


80, 129 


Sarah' 


Benaiah 


179 


Samuel* 


Job 


67,78 


Sarah' 


Daniel 


105 


Samuel*' 


Jonathan 


71 


Sarah' 


Dudley 


178 


Samuel* 


Samuel 


69 


Sarah' 


Green 


V73 


Samuel' 


Ebenezer 


170 


Sarah'^ 


Isaac 


106 


Samuel" 


James 


175 


Sarah' 


Jacob 


154 


Samuel' 


Sebastian 


180 


Sarah' 


Parker 


108 


Samuel" 


Milton R. 


240 


Sarah' 


Smalley 


154 


Samuel^ 


John 


378 


Sarah' 


Solomon 


169 


Samuel A.' 


Abraham 


171 


Sarah A.^ 


George W. 


329 


Samuel A.' 


Jonas 


141 


Sarah A.^' 


Ira A. 


367 


Samuel H.' 


Amasa 


169 


Sarah A.** 


Nathan J. 


322 


Samuel^H.' 


Samuel 


128 


Sarah A.» 


William. A, 


193 


Samuel Litch' 


Abner 


97 


Sarah A.** 


Seelye 


260 


SamueHM.' 


Dudley 


178 


Sarah B.' 


Abram 


100 


Samuel N.' 


Nat 


122 


Sarah C 


Dudley 


93 


Samuel N.' 


Samuel 


431 


Sarah C 


John 


158 


Samuel P.' 


Orlando 


180 


Sarah C 


Frederic 


172 


Samuel R.' 


Thomas 


177 


Sarah E.' 


Amasa 


169 


Samuel T.' 


Amos 


127 


Sarah E.' 


Henry 


174 


Sara L.* 


Julius 


288 


Sarah E.» 


Alma 


307 


Sarah'-' 


John 


38 


Sarah E.** 


Amos 


336 


Sarah:* 


John 


39 


Sarah E." 


Andrew 


313 


Sarah' 


Samuel 


40 


Saiah E.» 


Edwin B. 


328 


Sarah* 


John 


41 


Sarah E.« 


Heman 


299 


Sarah* 


Samuel 


44 


Sarah K« 


Leroy 


301 


Sarah* 


Thomas 


43 


Sarah E.» 


Nathaniel 


250 


Sarah^ 


Abner 


47 


Sarah E.^ 


Thomas L. 


312 


Sarah* 


Amos 


54,56 


Sarah H.' 


Pearl 


177 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



489 



"Name with 


FatTier's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Sarah L.^ 


John D. 


100 


Sophia' 


Leander P. 


358 


Sarah M.'' 


Oliver 


149 


Sophia" 


Russell 


344 


Sarah M.* 


Frederic P. 


327 


Sophronia® 


Elijah 


79 


Sarah M.^ 


A. Judson 


376 


Sophronia' 


Benaiah 


179 


Sarah S.** 


Eldad 


249 


Sophronia' 


Isaac 


99 


Sarah T.« 


Winslow 


210 


Sophronia* 


Elijah 


308 


Sarah W.'' 


Artemas 


124 


Sophronia® 


Ransom 


262 


Sarah \\7 


Richard 


184 


Stella** 


John 


33i 


Sebastian'' 


Benjamin 


87 


Stephen^ 


Samuel 


55 


Setlye" 


Earl , 


134 


Stephen F. L.' 


Frederic 


173 


Selinda^ 


Moses 


57 


Stephen M.' 


Moses 


168 


Seth A.** 


Nathan B. 


187 


Stephen R.« 


Augustus 


318 


Seth A.9 


Seth A. 


347 


Stephen S.® 


Joseph 


74 


SewalP 


Amos 


64 


Sumner® 


Jacob 


68 


Sheldon^ 


Abijah 


160 


Sumner' 


Eliphalet 


106 


Shelley^ 


Andrew W. 


409 


Sumner F.' 


Abner 


97 


Sheloma^ 


Bradstreet 


58 


Susan® 


Job 


78 


Sidneys 


Tyler 


60 


Susan' 


Henry 


160 


Sidney E.« 


Nathan L. 


193 


Susan" 


Nathaniel 


163 


Sidney L.*^ 


Lucius P. 


192 


Susan' 


Isaac 


99 


Silas" 


John 


50 


Susan A.' 


Dudley 


178 


Silas P.^ 


Samuel 


128 


Susan A." 


Oliver D. 


272 


Simeon^ 


Daniel 


108 


Susan C 


Chandler 


102 


Simeon A.^ 


-Simeon 


222 


Susan C 


Abram 


100 


Simeon L.^ 


Amasa 


169 


Susan H.® 


John 


61 


Simeon W.'' 


Abraham 


171 


Susan J.* 


Jay 


286 


SmalleyS 


Jonathan 


75 


Susan L.' 


Moody 


174 


Smalley* 


Horace 


75 


Susan P.® 


Joseph 


72 


Solomon* 


Jacob 


52 


Susan S.' 


Guy C. 


162 


Solomon® 


Amherst 


80 


Susannah* 


John 


51 


Solomon® 


Isaac 


86 


Susannah' 


Smalley 


154 


Solomon^ 


Abijah 


160 


Susannah D.' 


Thomas 


99 


Solomon' 


Andrew- 


170 


Sylvania P.* 


Joseph H. W. 


375 


Solomon' 


Solomon 


169 


Sylvanus' 


Eliphalet 


129 


Solomon^ 


John 


261 


Sylvester J.' 


John T. 


239 


Solomon* 


William H. 


301 


Sylvester M.^" 


Sylvester W. 


437 


Solon' 


William 


124 


Sylvester W.' 


William 


436 


Sophia* 


Eleazer 


61 


Sylvia® 


John 


74 


Sophia® 


Isaac 


62 








Sophia® 


John 


77 


Temperance* 


Daniel 


48 


Sophia** 


Jacob 


63,68 


Temperance* 


Jacob 


52 


Sophias 


Moody 


86 


Temperance® 


Jeremiah 


65 


Sophia' 


Charles 


177 


Tenney (J.)'* 


Edwin 


213 


Sophia' 


Dudley 


178 


Theodore A.* 


Theodore J. 


390 


Sophia' 


Jesse 


90 


Theodore J.* 


Theodore L. 


282 


Sophia' 


Moody 


174 


Theodore L.' 


Smalley 


154 



490 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



Name with 


Father's 




Name with 


Father's 




generation. 


name. 


Page 


generation. 


name. 


Page 


Theodore W.* 


Simeon W. 


316 


Viola L.9 


Hiram B. 


374 


Thomas^ 


John 


38 


Virginia 


Samuel 


442 


Thomas'^ 


Samuel 


40 


Virtue* 


John 


378 


Thomas'' 


Samuel 


44 


Vonia*' 


Eli 


310 


Thomas'* 


Thomas 


43 








Thomas* 


Amos 


56 


Waldo W.'» 


Sylester 


437 


Thomas^ 


John 


50 


Wallace' 


Stephen 


152 


Thomas* 


Thomas 


55 


Wallace^ 


William H. 


301 


Thomas® 


Thomas 


87 


Wallace* 


Elias 


408 


Thomas" 


Isaac 


86 


Walter" 


Simeon 


222 


Thomas® 


John 


61 


Walter* 


.Simeon A. 


360 


Thomas® 


Nathan 


84 


Walter H.« 


Henry H. 


324 


Thomas^ 


Phineas 


91 


Walter K.' 


Daniel M. 


102 


Thomas" 


Jacob 


154 


Walter R.« 


James R. 


235 


Thomas' 


Jonas 


141 


Walter R.* 


Herbert 


365 


Thomas' 


Thomas 99, 


176, 177 


Ward James' 


William H. 


382 


Thomas** 


Henry M. 


204 


Warren' 


Orlando 


180 


Thomas^ 


James L. 


355 


Warren® 


Eli 


310 


Thomas 




442 


Warren G.' 


Abraham 


171 


Thomas B.* 


Thomas 


325 


Warren W.^ 


Theodore L. 


282 


Thomas F.* 


Abijah 


300 


Wealthy® 


William 


306 


Thomas L.' 


Amos 


169 


Wealthy A.' 


Horace 


167 


Thomas L.' 


Richard 


184 


Wilbur* 


Julius F. 


189 


Thomas S.^ 


Andrew 


313 


W^ellington W.* 


William H. 


189 


Thomas U.' 


John D. 


100 


Wesley H.' 


Amasa 


169 


Tillie D.9 


Seth A. 


347 


William* 


John 


41 


Tisdale' 


John 


434 


William* 


Daniel 


48 


Trulove" 


Henry L. 


438 


William® • 


John 


68 


Tryphena® 


Moses 


57 


William® 


Jonathan 


71 


Tyler'' 


John 


46 


William® 


Moses 


57 


Tyler® 


Tyler 


60 


William® 


.Solomon 


77 


Tyler« 


Marcus M. 


193 


William® 


William 


63 








WiDiam' 


Asa 


92 


Uri« 


Asaph 


263 


William' 


Abijah 


160 


Uriah' 


John 


141 


William' 


Eliphalet 


129 


Uriah G.® 


Jacob 


63 


William' 


Daniel 


108 


Uriel F.8 


Jesse 


236 


W^illiam' 


Hiram 


168 








William' 


Jehiel 


92 


Valton 1.9 


Marcellus 


370 


William' 


John 


170, 1 78 


Vara L.* 


Charles R. 


274 


William' 


Parker 


108 


Verdi* 


Solomon 


378 


William' 


Solomon 


169 


Victor W.'" 


Sylvester 


437 


William' 


William 


90 


Victoria E.^ 


Luke C. 


294 


William" 


Calvin 


246 


Vincent L.' 


Luke A. 


200 


William" 


Elijah 


186 


Vine'' 


Asa 


57 


William® 


Ira 


159 


Vinnie R.' 


Charles A. 


328 


William® 


Phineas P. 


434 



INDEX TO FAMILY NAMES. 



491 



Name with 
generation. 

William* 

William"^ 

•William" 

William A.^ 

William A.* 

William A.^" 

William B.' 

William C.^ 

William C.» 

William C.« 

William C." 

William D.' 

William D.'* 

William E.« 

William E. B.« 

William H.'' 

William H.'' 

William H.'' 

William H.^ 

William H.'' 

William H.' 

William H."^ 

William H.^ 

William H.^ 

William H.'' 

William H.» 



Father's 
name. 

Seelye 

Thomas 

Charles E. 

Tyler 

Andrew 

Charles 

Abram 

Edwin B. 

Heman 

Oliver D. 

Ira J. 

Dudley 

Edwin J. 

Morris 

John T. 

Abel 

Chandler 

Henry 

Pearl 

Solomon 

William 

Orlean 

Samuel A. 

Orimal 

Simeon A. 

William H. 



Page 
260 
279 
422 

94 

428 
100 
328 
298 
272 
402 

93 
392 
229 

239 
152 
102 

174 
177 
161 
107 
189 
263 
412 
360 
358 



Name with 
generation. 

William L." 
William M.^ 
William N.' 
William N.» 
William P.'' 
William P.' 
William P.« 
William R.^ 
William R.« 
William S.» 
Williams." 
William W.'* 
William W.« 
William W." 
Willie** 
Willie* 
Willie C.» 
Willie F.* 
Willie L.* 
Willis E.» 
Willis J.3 
Willis K.8 
Winslow P.' 

Zella M.9 
Zulema* 



Father's 
name. 

James A. 
William E. 
Horace 
William 
Abraham 
Artemas 
Simeon W. 
Nat 
Nephi 
William 
Waldo W. 
Daniel W. 
Ira 

William W. 
Charles P. 
Hiram 
Heman I. 
Martin C. 
Wesley H. 
Luther 
Jerome A. 
William 
Daniel M. 

Charles H. 
Nathan B. 



Page 

433 

167 
306 
171 
124 
316 
122 

307 
223 

439 
341 
238 
366 
223 

309 
386 
2S0 

3" 
378 
386 
306 
102 



370 
187 



INDEX TO CONNECTED FAMILIES. 



Page 


Page 




Page 


Abbee 344 


Archer 268 


Barsley 


75 


Abbey 161 


Armstrong 201, 401 


Barstow 


157 


Abbott 131, 161, 254, 255 


Arnold 99, 1S5, 230, 255 


Bartlett 


82, 120 


Abell 429 


Ashley 400 


Bassett 


84,86 


Abrahams 29S 


Austin 154, 182, 340, 438 


Bateman 


115, 402 


Ackley 389 


Averill 177 


Bates 


151 


Ackroyd 308, 309 


Avery 412, 416 


Batt 


373 


Adams 43, 61, loi, 103, 


Ayer 62 


Battey 


413 


112,118, 119, 121, 151, 


Ayre 290 


Beal 


164 


202, 217,223, 224, 2S5, 




Beals 


126, 257 


356, 368, 380 


Babb 274 


Bean 


81, 321 


Addis 297 


Bachelder 62, 41S 


Bear 


441 


A dee 263 


Bacon 417 


Beckwith 


195. 279, 30S, 


Adel 100 


Baggs 413 


388 




Aiken 136, 137, 362 


Bagley 219 


Bedford 


306 


Ains worth 346 


Bailey 13, 50, 115, 197, 


Bedwell 


189 


Akerman 14, 213, 300 


212, 219 259,346 


Beecher 


211 


Albee 150, 39S 


Baine 393 


Belknap 


137, 202 


Albert 103 


Kaird 353, 433 


Bell 


267 


Alcock 427 


Baker S3, 146, 156, 34S 


Bemis 


126 


Alden 397 


Balch 408 


Bennet 


221 


Aldrich 437 


Baldwin 78, 90, 241, 312 


Benson 


i3i>2S5 


Aldridge 345, 346 


Balkam 302 


Bent 


309 


Alexander 104, 238 


Ball 364, 373 


Berger 


395 


Alleman 307 | 


Ballard 79, 163, 246 


Berkeley 


269 


Allen 59, 123, 253, 292, 


Banker in 


Berry 


219 


389. 390, 392 


Barber 75, 154, 123,240, 


Betts 


282 


Althorp 68 


314 


Bibber 


320 


Ames 40, 116, 128, 243, 


Barkalow 382 


Bibbins 


57 


333' 357 


Barker 47, 133, 16^, 246 


Bickford 


146, 173, 187 


Andrews 121, 210, 290, 
409, 419 


.Barlow ^ 430 
Barnes 127, 132, 14/,'' 


Bigelow 121, 194, 351, 
36s 


Angell 346 


193, 239, 26S, 300, 366 


Bigsby 


435 


Angier 232 


Barnett 92, 278 


Bilhimer 


395 


Athern 423 


Barney 329 


Billings 


131 


Atkinson 342 


Barr 139 


Bingham 


58 


Atwood 178, 228, 238, 


Barrett 70, 257 


Birge 


410 


262, 303, 331 


Barrows " 45 


Birkbee 


40 



INDEX TO CONNECTED FAMILIES. 



493 





Page 




Page 


"Bisbee 


150 


Brandt 


277 


Bis:ell 


138, 200 


' Branson 


342,423 


Bixby 


73, 147, 200 


Bray 


81,323 


Black 


209 


Breed 


399 


Blackburn 


91.419 


t Brett 


271 


Blackinton 


339 


Brewer 


160 


^lake 96, 


III, 120, 221 


Brewster 


303 


Blair 


157,317 


Bridge 


125, 407 


Blaisdell 


197 


Bridgford 


382 


Ulewett 


294 


Briggs 


82, 411 


Blinn 


43- 


Brigham 


122,387 


Bliss 43, 


74, 278, 437 


Brill 


82 


Block 


190 


Brinhall 


124 


Blodgett 


232, 250 


Brisbine 


281, 390 


Blood 


24S, 249 


Bristol 


156. 167 


Bloomfield 


427 


Brocklebank 


40, 52 


Bly 


397 


Brockway 


365 


Boardman 


26S, 354 


Brong 


379 


Bodman 


SI 


Brooks 


100, 265 


Bodwell 


82 


Brown 68, 78, 


94, 116, 


Bogue 


n 


142, 146; 162, 


189, 190, 


Bohonon 


418 


195, 227, 276, 


326 


Bolls 


278 


Brownson 


245 


Bolster 


196 


Brush 


no 


Bond 


231, 233 


Bryan 


316 


Bongard 


301 


Bryant I31, 252 


,255-322 


Bonner 


90 


Bubar 


260 


JBooker 


248 


Buck 57, 79 


160, I S3 


Booth 


163 


Buckingham 


367 


Borst 


345 


Buell 


122 


Boston 


321 


Buckman 


302 


Bostwick 


190, 191 


Buckminster 


128 


Boutelle 


369 


Bullis 


302 


Boutwell 


416 


Burdick 


371 


Bowen 


173 


Burgess 


249, 424 


Bower 


230 


Burk 


282 


Bowerman 


300 1 


Burnham 121, 


222, 213, 


Bowie 


164 ! 


253> 330 




Bowman 


395 


Burns 


395 


Boyce 


164, 1 68 


Burrington 


246 


Boyd 


1S5, 236 


Burt 


59 


Boynton 87 


121, 232, 


Burton 149, 


.248,255 


24S, 364, 3 


68 


Buss 


254 


iBradstreet 


41 


Bustamente 


/ 358 j 


Bragdon 


367 : 


Butler 244, 250, 


326, 332 - 


Bragg 


150 1 


Butterfield 


192, 256 


Branian 


208 


Butterworth 


299, 325 1 


Braniitle 


.75 


Buzelle 


388 i 



Page 
Cahoon 399 

Caldwell 109 

Calkins 57 

Campbell no, 150, 397, 

440 
Cannon 261 

Capwell 202 

Card 90 

Carleton 42, 88, 104, 106, 

146, 176, 220, 402 
Carlisle 75 

Carmichael 306 

Carpenter 96, 100, 241, 

290, 292, 293,295,315, 

409, 411, 420 
Carr 137, 280 

Carroll 296 

Carscallen 158 

Carson 260 

Carter 126,279,347, 377, 

433 
Cary 215, 363 

Case 300, 378 

Casey 233, 252 

Cass 150 

Caswell 317 

Center 254 

Chadwick 85 

Chaffile 218 

Challis 238 

Chamberlin 83, 359 

Chandler 109, 120, 136 

Chaney 275 

Chaplin 72, 107, 218, 228, 

264 
Chapman 121, 194, 317, 

327, 366, 409, 414 
Chase 131, 139, 192, 257, 

284, 251, 405, 422 
Chatterton 276 

Cheever 354 

Cheney 50, 105, 221, 222 
Child 376 

Chilson 350 

Chipman 78, 79, 161 

Chisum 440 

Chittenden 154 

Chubbuck 312 



494 



INDEX TO CONNECTED FAMILIES, 



Church 58, 59, 74, 

313.352 
Cisco 
Claflin 

Clapp 133 

Clark 178, 21S, 283, 

378, 389 
Clarke 

Clayton 254, 

Clement 138, 

Cleveland 
Cloud 

Cloutman 21S, 

Cobb 102, 202, 207, 

360 
Coburn 
Cochran 
Coffin 
Cogswell 
Coker 
Colbern 
Colborne 
Colby 



Page 
112, 

250 

,189 
300, 



^33^ 



104, 
166, 

174. 
118, 



lOI, 



Cole 179, 222, 253, 

376 
Colfax 
Colicut 
Collar 
Collins 
Coliester 
Colliver 

Col man 46, 

Coltrin 
Comstock 
Conant 128, 141, 

194, 242 
Congdon 
Conkling 
Conner 

Conrad 233, 

Constable 
Conway 

Cook 282, 313, 323, 
Coolidge 
Coombs 
Coon 
Cooper 
Corliss 290, 



172 
256 

175 

I2| 

359 
255. 

325 
189 

228 
199 

175 
391 
391 
336 

258, 

163 
441 
366 

329 
241 

159 

256 

246 

255 
153. 

317 
122 
196 

234 
297 
177 

379 
196 
177 
409 

433 
293 



Cornish 

Corser 

Cotton 

Coulter 

Counter 

Covert 

Coyle 

Cox 

Cragin 

Craigne 

Cram 

Crandall 167, 

Crane 

C ran son 

Cranston 

Craw 

Crawford 

Creasey 

Creighton 

Crippin 

Crocker 

Crockett 

Crosby 

Cross 

Crowell 

Crumbaugh 

Culver 1S8, 235, 

Cummings 119, 

298, 314 
Cunningham 
Currier 227, 
Curtis 103, 

Cushman 151, 
Cutler 
Cutter 
Cutting 



Dall 

Dame 

Danald 

Daniels 

Darling 

Davidson 



'5 



Page 

240 
2S8 
257 

395 
308 

304 
411 
,ni 

373 
,278 

338 

305. 405 

197 

347 

307 

431 

67 

86 

'^39 
242 

284 

247. 326 

59 

195. 382 

368 

165 

274, 388 

213.297, 

159, 263 

33^. 425 
319, 420 
211, 252 

353 
95. 153 

140, 374 



no, 217, 

187, 

90, 

Davis 56, 135, 172, 
251, 252,256,270, 

321. 364. 387, 440 
Dawkins 
Dawson 



406 
215 

246 
404 

344 
278 
218, 
276, 

264 

302 



Page 
Day 116, 182, 283, 284,. 

294, 342 
Dayton 
Deal 

Dean 210, 

Deane 
Dearmin 
Pe Groff 
Delnoe 
Demarest 
Demary 
Deming 
Densmdre 151, 
Derby 
De Rochers 
Derr 
Dewel 
Dewey 
Dibble 
Dick 

Dickerman 
Dickey 
Dickinson 41, 

231 
Dickson 

Dimmick 

Dingman 

Divol 

Doak 

Doan 

I 'odge 64, III, 

356 
Doe 
Dole 64, 105, 

227, 269 
Dolliver 
Donnell 
Dorman 
Dorset 
Doty 

Dougherty 
Dow 61, 

Downie 
Downing 
Dozier 

Drake 78, 186, 
Draper 
Dresser 



396 
404. 

304, 434 
68 

392 

283, 358 

422 

266- 

234 

123, 296 

169, 170 

270 

276- 

280, 38S 

162, 301 

253. 442 

230. 371 

441 

232, 254 

64, 187,. 

272- 
127, 236 

300 

150 
191, 192 

379 
259, 333. 

33S 
115, 215, 

81 

338 
268 

318 
232 
184 

224, 265 
228 
320 
190 

192, 246 

369 
146. 



INDEX TO CONNECTED FAMILIES. 



495 







Page 


Page 






Page 


Drummond 




too 


Fales 70 


Fowler 




277 


Dubbs 




432 


Fally 99 


Fox 1 50, 


244, 


263, 418 


Dudley 




131 


Farley 128, 245 


Frame 




297 


Dumas 




363 


Farnham 85, 192, 247 


Franklin 




282 


Duncan 




281 


Farrar 252 


Eraser 




258 


Dunn 




345. 376 


Farrell 410 


Frazier 




67 


Dupee 




138 


Farrer 196 


Freelove 




381 


Duryea 
Dyer 292, 


372, 


379 
390, 391 


Tarrin ^ 321 
Farwetr 59',*93, 126, i^ 


Freeman 

207, 327 


95. 


III, 202, 


Dyre 




292 


235. 244, 334, 368 


Freethe 




41 








Fassett 206 


French 91, 


102, 


136, I37r 


Eager 




69 


Faulkner 253 


180, 211 






Eames 




51 


Fay 311, 406 


Friar 




159 


Earle 92, 


167, 


244, 387 


Felt 128, 130, 241, 251 


Frost 




52, 140 


Eastman 




256 


Felton * 256 


Frye 




435 


Eaton 134, 


142, 


152, 211, 


Fenn 253 


Fulkerson 




382 


266, 270, 


363 




Ferguson 395 


Fuller 293, 


307. 


319. 334 


Eberly 




427 


Fessenden 239, 360 


Furber 




415 


Ebert 




no 


Fickett 252 


Furgerson 




59, 160 


Eckhart 




161 


Fickus 279 








Edmunds 




219 


Field 209, 230, 284, 310, 


Gage 118, 


246, 


330. 419 


Edson 




130, 244 


356, 410, 412 


Gallaway 




150 


Edwards 




225, 295 


Finkle 294 


Gardner 




68, 3S8 


Eells 




292, 333 


Fish 132, 196, 251, 2S4, 


Garey 




193 


El a 




62 


435 


Garner 




383 


Elkins 




421 


Fiske 194, 421, 424 


Gavin 




193 


Ellenwood 




179 


Fitzgerald 414 


Gates 




198 


Ellingwood 




247, 333 


Flack 189 


Gay 196, 


250, 


361,417 


Elliot 




81 


Flanders 119, 349 


Gazlay 




411 


Ellis 


194 


218,426 


Fleet 297 


Gee 


' 


393 


Ellsworth 




280, 411 


Fletcher 104, 363 


Geer 




45. 59 


Elmer 




303 


Fling 149 


George 




138, 179' 


Elwell 




339 


Flint 57, 60, 140, 251, 


Gerrish 




184, 258 


Emerson 79, ] 


[36, 321, 


290, 291, 327 


Gibbons 




i88. 


421 






Flowers 196 


Gibbs 




132 


Emery 47 


.79. 


237, 368 


Flynn 168 


Gibson 




136 


Emmon's 




174 


Foley 290 


Giddings 




425 


Eshbaugh 




267 


Follansbee 47 


Gifford 




55. 229. 


Estabrook 




219 


Folsom 341 


Gilbert 


107, 


142, 163, 


Esies 




240, 258 


Foote 164, 303 


217, 222, 


267, 


2S0 


Evans 


116, 


265, 396 


Force 384 


Gillespie 




245 


Evelith 




196 


Ford 253 


Gilnian 


168, 


269, 309 


Ewart 




342 


Fosdick 439 


Gilmore 


134, 


1 38, 140, 


Ewell 




357 


Fosgate 67, 69 


181, 214, 


258, 


300 


Ewing 




190 


Foster 83, 89, 98, 117, 
183, 184, 187, 201, 


Gilson 
Giltries 




148, 270 
438 


Fairbank 




391 


242, 255, 256, 263, 


Glass 




201 


Fairbanks 




218, 366 


264, 441 


Goddard 


69 


no, 126 



496 



INDEX TO CONNECTED FAMILIES. 





Page 






Page j 






Page 


Godding , 


199 


Harden 




333 


Hillman 




326 


Godfrey 


271 


Hardy 103, 


108, 


128,243, 


Hillton 




83 


Goff, Goffe 


293. ^1,7 


317, 339. 


382 




Hilyard 




260 


Gordall 


104, 352 


Hare 




3'3 


Hinckley 




319 


Goodell 


221 


Harlow 




247 


Hinkson 




441 


Goodrich 


244, 263 


Harmon 




181, 427 


Hinman 




136 


Goodwin 


75- 264 


Harmond 




166 


Hipson 




309 


Gordon 


107, 21S 


Harriman 


44, 


ti5, 182, 


Hitchcock 




355 


■Gorton 


233 


219, 339 




1 


Hoadley 




. 165 


'Gould 


119, 147, 229 


Harrington 




1S6 


Hoag 




201 


Goulder 


85, ^72, 


Harris loi, 


128, 


173.229. 


Hobbs 




331 


Gove 


323 


243. 3^7 






Hobby 




135 


'Gowdy 


121, 387 


Hart 




210 


Hobson 




118 


Grant 


408, 426 


Hartsliorn 


* 


39, 437 


Hodges 77, I 


55, 281, 


Graves 


126, 388 


Hartwell 




132, 276 


283 






•Gray 


334 


Harvey 




108, 223 


Hodgkins 




197 


■Greely 


416 


Haseltine 




43 


Hoisington 




250 


Green 


187, 194, 378 


Haskell 81, 


100, 


208, 327, 


Holbrook 




338, 397 


Greenough 


103 


328, 329, 


379 




Holcomb 




279 


Gregory- 


275,412 


Hastings 




332 


Holden 




136, 327 


Grey 


415 


Hatch 


146, 


267, 284 


Holdridge 




355 


Griffin 


70,94 


Hathaway 




252 


Holt 


129, 


211, 247 


■Griggs 


348 


Hathorn 




2S6 


Holton 




255 


Gross 


345. 346, 389 


Hawley 




55. 188 


Honey 




282, 390 


Grout 


59,74, 152 


Hay den 




141 


Hood 




225, 400 


Guernsey 


266 


Hayes 




290 


Hooke 




179, 180 


•Guile 


428 


Hayward 




140 


Hooker 


139. 


150,410 


Gunnison 


273. 385 


Hazen 




49, 315 


Hopkinson 


41, 


42, 94, 


•Gurley 


172 


Heald 




373 


117, 118 










Heaton 




287 


Hopson 




207 


Hadley 


275. 3S7 


Hebard 




90,91 


Horner 




142 


Hager 


354 


Hedges 




J 93 


Horton 




426 


Hagerly 


366 


Helmer 




100 


Hoseboom 




345 


Hagget 


38, 69 


Hemmenway 


153 


Hosmer 




90 


Hale 67, 


149, 341, 40S 


Hemmingway 


252 


Hotchkiss 




257 


Hall 156, 


180, 181,193, 


Henderson 


85 


174, 206 


Houghton 




231,371 


198, 200, 


216,312,313, 


Hendricks 




129, 246 


Hovey 


178 


298, 322 


3U, 320, 


332.356 


Hennesy 




125 


Howard 80, i 


29, 139, 


Halllday 


19& 


Herman 




201 


143. 249. 


329. 


393 


Hal>tead 


176 


Herrick 




233. 32S 


Howe 73, 


96, 


III, 197, 


Hani 


425 


Hersey 




146, 420 


234, 238, 


299, 


324 


Hamer 


219 


Hewitt 




157 


Howes 




90, 241 


Hamilton 


92. 256 


1 Hicks 




172, 302 


Hoyt 




181 


Hammon 


274 


Higgins 




328, 352 


Hubbard 




104 


Hammond 


83.341 


Hildreth 




82, 32s 


! Hubbell 




438 


Hanna 


IIO 


Hill 121, 


231, 


318, 365 


Hudson 




198 


Hannum 


256 


397. 422 






Hulce 




392 


Hangood 


284 


Hilliard 




171 


Hull 


77 


,271,318 



INDEX TO CONNECTED FAMILIES. 



497' 



Hume 

Hunnewell 

Hunt 

Hunter 

Huntley 

Huntsman 

Hurd 

Hurst 

Huse 

Husk 

Hyde 

Hyneman 

Ingalls 

Jngal»by 

Ireland 

Irving 

Isham 

Ives 



Page 
123 

38 

369- 432 

378 

389 
404 

239 
187, 282 
42, 211 
378 
317 
348 

370 
281 
197 
182, 388 
291 

74, 167 



Karr 
Keegan 
Keich 
Keith 

Kelley 
Kellogg 
Kelsey 
Kelso 



Jackman' 88 
Jackson 141, 264, 293, 

298, 441 

James 428 

Jarvis 188 

Jaynes 312 

Jefferson 198 

Jefts 425 

Jellison 375 

Jenkins 124 

Jenks 99, 304 

Jenne 292 

Jennings 91, 223 

Jennison 126 

Jepson 112 

Jewel 1 75, 76, 82 
Jewett 47, 49, 55, 105, 

«ii. 255 
Jocelyn 202 

Johnson 55, 83, 166, 174 
175. 223, 233,282,298, 
305, 306, 316,327,329, 

378, 414 
Jones 80, 139, 169, 269, 

278, 325. 362, 431 
Joslyn 151.346 

Joyce 329 

Judd 19c 



Page 

•38 
198 

304 

'33> 234 

359.398 

245 I 
128, 242, 273 i 

178 i 



Page: 
Lary 258 

Latham 169. 

Latimer 427 

Lawrence 66, 80, 96, 126, 

169, 170, 246,248, 252,. 

2S8, 390 
Lawson 183, 395 

Lawton 313. 



Kendall 74, 


137, 167, 369 


Leach 


97, 291 


Kennedy 


229 


Lee 134, 260, 


268, 289, 


Kennison 


213 


381 




Kenny 


242 


Leffingvvell 


286. 


Ketchum 


208, 299, 300, 


Ltighton 


38 


30 [ 




Lejeal 


382: 


Keyes 


69 


Lei and 


191. 3'9' 


Kibbe 


100 


Leonard 


413 


Kidder 


153.276 


Lernard 


135 


Kilby 


"3 


Leslie 


347 


Killam 80, 


221, 224, 340 


Leuzler 


372 


Killifer 


280 


Lewis 206, 253, 


310, 402 


Kimball 39, 81, 86, loi. 


Libbey 


319.421 


118,138, 


173, 175, 243, 


Libby 


209. 


251, 268, 


269,318,323, 


Lick 


380 


324, 353. 


356, 406, 423 


Liem 


277 


Kimberlin 


264 


Liley 


383 


Kimble 


165 


Lincoln 91, 106, 


109, 194 


Kingsbury 


202, 385 


Lindsey 


138 


K'ngsley 


90, 243, 395 


Linebarger 


407 


Kingston 


206 


Litchfield 


374 


Kinsley 


133 


Little 105, 


no, n5, 


Kline 


280 


Littlefield 


226 


Knapp 


308, 348, 394 


Livingston 


83. 396 


Kneeland 


'73 


Lock 


291 


Knight 


loi, 189, 216 


Locke 


137 


Knightoa 


'55 


Lockery 


294 


Knox 


no 


Lockwood 


281, 386- 






Lofty 


118 


Lacy 


197 


Lombard 


369 


Lake 


244. 274 


Long 


297. 341 


Lambersor 


206 


Loom is 


245 


Lancaster 


201 


Loop 


3^M 


Lander 


81 


Lord 113, 183 


343. 361 


Lane 66,. 8i„397, 422 


Love 




Langley 


237 


Loveless 


28 r 


Lapp 


398 


Lovering 


"9' 


! Lamed 


121 


Lough 


371 


LarrabeC: 


174 


Lowe 


219. 


Larsea 


289 


1 Lovvey 


TluO. 



498 



INDEX TO CONNECTED FAMILIES. 





Page 






Page 








Page 


Lowry 


383 


McGregor 




140 


Mower 






248 


Lufkin 


168 


Mcllwraitb 


1 


191 


Mudgett 






333 


Luster 


389 


Mclntire 




424 


Mullen 






233 


Luther 


238 


Mcintosh 


191 


. 360, 379 


Multon 






282 


Lyons 


284 


McKenney 
McKenzie 




190 
123 


Murdock 
Murphy 






'99 

284 


Mabee 


431 


McKinney 


100 


135. 139 


Myrick 






87 


Mack 


248 


McLaiiie 




341 










Mallory 


285 


McLaughli 


n 


134,210 


Nartle 






257 


Mann 


92,421 


McLure 




351 


Neally 






320 


Manning 95, : 


56, 345. 


McMahon 




279 


Nelson 60 


66, 


94, 


105, 


346 




McQuoid 




160 


tio, 114, 


143. 


147, 


217, 


Mansfield 


234 


McRee 




268 


220, 226, 


227, 


242 


270 


Manson 


82 


McVeen 




299 


Nettleton 






263 


Manzy 


165 


McVicar 




36. 


Newcomb 






90 


Marble 51, 


176, 324 


Mead 




198 


Newell 




137 


227 


Marcy 


296 


Medbury 




3^3 


Newman 






215 


Marden 


217 


Meeker 




412 


Newton 


73. 


251 


340 


Mark 


255 


Melville 




165 


Niblack 






200 


Marsh no, 125, 


148,326 


Merrill 72, 


81, 


116, 117, 


Nichols I 


t8. 


137. 


176, 


3''6, 418 




122, 210, 


227, 


337, 377 


228, 324, 


365, 386 




Marshall 237, 


326, 328 


Messer 




269 


Niles 






112 


Marston 


193. 320 


Metcalf 


44 


140, 239 


Nivin 






416 


Martendale 


164 


Mighill 




112 


Noble 






3'9 


Martin, 45, 119, 


203,254, 


Miles 




78,79 


Nobles 






299 


299 




Millard 




256 


Northrop 






295 


Mason 130, 150, 


241,283 


Miller 82, 


90, 


91. 123. 


Nourse 






420 


Matthews 


165,259 


159. 167, 


185, 


305. 387, 


Noyes 103, 


211, 


215. 


220, 


Matthewson 


125, 232 


394 






227 








Maverick 


317 


Milligan 




305 


Nulty 






160 


May 


316 


Mills 




113 


Nutting 






25f 


Maynard 


126, 247 


Minaker 




161 










Maytin 


295 


Minor' 




280 


Oakey 






356 


McAffee 


138 


Moe 




274 


Ober 






358 


McAllaster 71, 


134, 220 


Montague 




301 


Oberton 






405 


McAlmon 


324 


Moody 




55. 173 


Ohlatin 






188 


McAlpine 


421 


Moore 119, 


136, 


148, 246, 


Olcutt 






425 


McCall 


352 


247. 253, 


282, 


284, 308, 


Oliphant 






139 


McCalview 


393 


326, 338, 436 




Olmstead 


95. 


354, 


434 


McCan 


355 


Morden 




304 


Ophir 






139 


McCartney 


77 


Morey 




97 


Ordway 






265 


McCoUough 


401 


Morgan 


129, 


396, 414 


Orr 




165 


296 


McConaughay 


439 


Morrih 




168, 362 


Osgood 






253 


McCormick 


268 


Morrison i 


87, 


242, 279^ 


Otis 




142, 


266 


McCuliuck 


»23 


2S8, 368, 


435 




Oviatt 




154 


280 


McDonald 222, 


287, 395 


Morse 97, 


i43> 


197, 198, 










McDowell 


294 


236, 366 






Packard 






320 


MtEwen 


348 


Mosier 




ICO 


Packer 






255 



INDEX TO CONNECTED FAMILIES. 



499 







Page 






Page 






Page 


Page 58, 


179- 


213, 249 


Phillips 


141, 


189, 231, 


Rathburn 




413 


314- 399, 


437. 


439 


262, 302, 


360, 


380 


Rawson 




235. 364 


Paige 




250 


Pickett 




269 


Ray 




161 


Paine 




164 


Pierce 


151, 


184, 194, 


Raymond 




270. 370 


Palmer 


43. 


106, iiS, 


220,235, 


240, 


320 


Reed 


177. 


325.413 


277, 394 






Pike 




331 


Reeve 




214 


Par ham 




330 


Pile 




347 


Reynolds 


51 


, 81, 109 


I'aiish 




58 


Pillsbury 




194. 335 


Rhodes 




283 


Park 




166 


Pingree 


264 


269, 270 


Ribbon 




78 


Parker 50 


.93. 


102, 103, 


Pinkham 




168, 223 


Riblet 




273 


122, 151, 


183, 


189, '-95, 


Piper 119 


128, 


23;. 311 


Rice 95 


221, 


244. 396 


214, 219, 


220, 


3-9, 334. 


Pitman 




199 


Rich 




^33' 327 


359. 362, 


401, 


417 


Pitts 




249, 426 


Richards 


77 


257, 366 


I'.irkhurst 




375 


Pixley 




308 


Richardsoi 


' 83, 


87. I3I. 


Parks 




150 


Piatt 


135 


160, 286 


^33^ 151. 


•71. 


236, 253. 


Parsons 




293. 334 


Platts 




42, 220 


315 






Partridge 


166, 


204, 325 


Pomroy 




81 


Richtmyre 




380 


Patchell 




261 


Poor 41, 51 


, 55. 


102, 226, 


Riddle 




'35 


Patrick 




245 


26:, 322 






Riley 




1 12 


Patten 




133. 136 


Porter So, 


172, 


315, 335> 


Ritchie 




423 


Patton 




1 88 


413 






Robbe 




366 


Payne 




393 


Powell 




278, 410 


Robbins 


68, 


120, 153, 


Peabody 


48, 53, 80, 85, 


Powers 




394 


249, 257, 


277 


370 


109, 119, 


120 




Pratt 52 


,82, 


137, 243. 


Roberts 


109, 


224, 229, 


Pearl 56, 87, 


129. iSr, 


374 






247, 380 






209, 340 






Prescott 


128, 


225,419 


Robertson 




230 


Pearsall 




267, 304 


Preston 


135 


172, 236 


Robie 




336 


Pease 




68, 166 


Price 




403 


Robinson 


88 


, 93. 248, 


Peaslee 




136 


Pride 




347 


284, 365, 380, 


440 


Peasley 




86 


Priest 




238, 339 


Roby 




237 


I'eck 


254, 


305.411 


Prime 




60 


Roderick 




406 


Peckham 




212 


Prince 




129. 345 


Rogers 59, 


64, 


no, 116, 


Penniman 




168 


Prindle 




279 


167, 297, 


337, 


38s 


Pernock 




299. 437 


Pritchard 




407 


Roice 




365 


Perham 




251-375 


Proctor I. 


^0, 


[42, 154, 


Roman 




224 


Perkins 


96, 


104, 138, 


252, 348, 


421 




Roper 




124 


152, 196, 


251, 


265. 280, 


Piigh 




299 


Rose 




208 


3'8, 341 






Purdy 




345 


Rounds 




121, 290 


I'erley 49, 65, 95 


,116,118. 


Putnam 


66, 


252, 311 


Rowse 




305 


119, 217, 


220, 


222,359 








Royce 157, 


,63 


290,427 


Perry 82, 


117 


156, 215 


Quimby 


82, 


165, 258 


Royse 




383 


Per>nu 




250 








Rumnll 




275 


Peruo 




283 


Ralph 




150 


Rumsey 




230 


Peierkin 




403 


Ramsey 




293 


Rundell 


99, 


205, 344 


Peters 




88,415 


!\and 




98, 223 


Russ 




252, 329 


Peterson 


294 


348, 405 


Randall 




'73. 193 


Russell 


[lO, 


130, '53. 


Phelps 64, 


158, 


263, 295 


Kankins 




I II 


168, 250, 


269, 


283, 284, 


Philleo 




347 


Ransom 




99 


357 







500 



INDEX TO CONNECTED FAMILIES. 



Page 

Rutherford 401 

Ryan 304, 350 

Sacket 230, 280 

Saffnrd 275, 355 

Sage 379 

Sanborn 112 

Sandercock 441 

Sanders 374 

Sanderson 69, 71, 369 

Sandison 158 

Sands 129 

Sanford 238, 281 

Satterlee 408 

Saunders 65 

Savage 221, 249 

Savary 67, 117, 218, 226 

Sawin loi 

Sawyer 67, 126, 166, 256, 
265,268,310,373,381 

Sayles 299, 300 

Saxon 138 

Saxton 281 

Scales 178 

Scales 359 

Schaaf 384 

Schenck 264 

Schofield 68 

Scott 37, 282, 292, 298, 

312, 439 

Scruten 326 
Searle 44, 94, 104, 176, 

248, 261 

Seelye 133 

Seger 129 

Selby 311 

Selleck 262 

Sessions 39 

Severance 130 

Shaft 396 

Sharpe 315 
Shattuck 131, 254, 384 

Shearer 269 

Sheets 188 
Sheldon 69, 77, 128, 240, 

243. 365 
Shepherd 164, 280, 283, 
291 



Page 

Sherman 164, 428 

Shervvin loi 

Sherwood 311 

Shipman 394 

Shock 347 

Shoemaker 309 

Shriener 341 

Shuman 79 

Shurtleff 79, 19S 

Shute 219, 313 
Sidney 

Siler 164 

Sills 282 

Simonton 178 

Simpson 233, 292 

Sinclair 235 

Skey 409 

Skinner 278, 352, 431 

Slack III, 148, 270 

Slater 172 

Slauson 345 

Sleeper 237,349,418 

Sloat 129 

Slocum 263 

Small 83 

Smalley 52, 75 
Smith 47, 50, 56,93, 155, 

161, 164, 166, 174, 179. 

185, 198, 237, 247, 254, 

262, 290, 292,316,337, 

402 

Snell 249, 322 
Snow . 57, 247, 2io 

Snyder 351 

Soper 441 

Southworth 314 

Spalding 70, 95 

Spaulding So, 125, 126, 

'52, -33.235.363. 434 
Speare 177,326, 332,416 
Spencer 58, 74, 150, 291, 

297. 304, 424 
Spiller 268 

Spinney 259 

Sprague 242 

Springer 385 

Squire 283 

Stacey 239 



Staker 

Stamp 

Stanley 

Stannard 

Stanton 



Page- 
308 

395 

167 

78. 154- 



77. 79, 283, 
Stapleton 281 

Star 191 

Starbird 137 

Stark 375. 

Starkes 2S5 

Stearns 120, 136, 151, 

202, 372 
Steel 200, 207, 245 

Stephens 161, 252, 441 
Stephenson 159, 296 

Sterns 336 

Stevens 49, 62, 74, 80, 
/f^i85, 193, 299,327 
Stickney 43, 44, 47, 56,. 

81, 82, 108, 118, 230, 

331.332,357.417 
Stiger 227 

Stiles 167 

StillartPon 441 

Stillson 303, 304 

Stimson 119 

Stinson 140 

Stocker 115, 342 

Stoddard 250, 295, 351 
Stokes 194. 

Stoll 382-- 

Stone 95, 166, 240, 334, 

394, 395 

Storer 258 

Stout 262, 298 

Stowell 162, 302 



Strange 

Strannahan 

Streeter 

Streuber 

Strickland 



240 

293 

152, 254 

273- 
398 



Stuart 260, 377, 424 

Styker 292, 308 

Sumner ' 223. 

Sutherland 93, 161 

Swain. 37 1 

Swan 121, 206, 321 

Sweetzer 239^ 



INDEX TO CONNECTED I'AMTLIKS. 



501 







Page 






Page 




Page 


Swett 




258, 407 


Trigg 




391 


Warn 


348 


Swift 




161 


Tripp 




334 


Warner 


346, 416 


Symonds 




425 


Trull 




198, 212 


Warren 124, i 


50. 155. 








Tryon 


51, 


346, 412 


271,366,;^ 




Tabor 




202 


Tucker 


97, 


163, 429 


Warring 


159 


Taggart 




127 


Tufts 




258 


Washburn 251, 


284, 347, 


Tapleii 




365 


Tui)per 




368 


371 




Tappaii 




212 


Turner 




258, 274 


Waterman 


275 


Tarbell 


53. 


150, 272 


Tuitle 


140, 


263, 401 


Waters 


56, no 


Tarltoii 




213 


Twitchell 


104, 


1 19, 367 


Watkins 


iSs, 275 


Tay 




82 


Tyler 45, So, 


116, 182, 


Watson 


138 


Taylor 195, 


256, 


281, 306, 


184, 219, 354, 


361 


Watts 


349 


:,o7, 310, 


2,^^ 










Way 


174.331 


Temple 




59. 127 


Underwood 




313 


Wears 


98 


Tennant 




347 


Upton 




^ol, 238 


Webb 


201, 365 


Tenney 62, 


65, 


105, 116, 


Utley 




198 


Webster 170, 


171, 201, 


117, 127, 


197, 


214, 226 
' 337 


Utter 




100 


339, 409, 422, 


426 


Tewkesbur 


y 








Weeks 


286, 327 


Thacher 




140 


Vallier 




308 


Weller 


389 


Thayer 154, 2 


19, 276, 


Vance 




IDS 


Wellington 




303> 3^5 






Vanderbilt 




216 


Wellman 


369 


Thomas 


54, 


190, 348 


Vanderlieyc 


en 


151 


Wells 166 


170, 258 


Thompson 


77, 


142, 179, 


Vandervooi 


t 


390 


Wentworth 


3«9. 320 


201, 403 






Vandyne 




3S1 


Werden 


293 


Thornbaugh 


407 


Vangilder 




277 


Werry 


44' 


Throop 




54 


Van Slack 




274 


West 


54, 142 


Thurston 


47, 


115, 121 


Van Sychel 




301 


Weston 224 


349. 364 


Tibbetts 




342 


Vail Veglite 


n 


'«5 


Wetherby 


90 


Tidder 




130 


Vanwicklin 




281 


Wharton 


302 


Tilden 




136 


Varney 




227 


Wheeler 39,49, 


111,341. 


Tileston 




216 


Varrell 




n \'-~> 


396, 423 




Tilton 




200, 207 


Vermillier 




440 


Whipple 202 


370, 376 


Tingsley 




344 


Vetch 




54 


Whitbeck 


101, 405 


Tirrell 




36. 


Voorhees 




235 


Whitcher 


337 


Tisdale 




136, 349 


Vosburg 




262 


White 77, 108, 


148, 151, 


Titcpmb 




265, 339 








271, 313. 39^ 


440 


Titus 


363. 


395. 396 


Wagner 


292 


308, 402 


Whitehouse 


325 


Todd 118, 


135- 


209, 241, 


Wuite 




'32, '35 


Whitely 


120 


35S 






Wakefield 




129 


Whiling 


3''^7. 396 


Tolman 


95. 


329, 333 


Walbridge 




290 


Whitman 251, 


252, 257, 


Tone 




230 


Walcott 




45. 283 


37(3 




Torrance 




209 


Walden 




356 


Whitney 199, 


-JJ' -j4, 


Tower 




237 


Waldo 




86 


305. 340 




Town . 




69, 184 


Walling 




42S 


Whittier 


u6 


Townsend 


82, 


192, 267 


Walton 




347, 360 


Wilbur 


295,411 


Train 


78 


116, 163 


Ward no, 


i'5. 


248, 336, 


Wilco-x III, 112 


.123,315 


Trask 




124 


378 






Wilder 


238 


Treadway 




286 
33 


Wardwell 




246 


Wildes 


360 



5°^ 



INDEX TO CONNECTED FAMILIES. 





Page 


Page 






Page 


Wilkins 


172 


Winslow 338 


Woodsum 




Zlo 


Willard . 


358, 431 


Winters 159 


Woodward 


125 


36S 


Wiggin 


324 


Witham 327 


Woolford 




400 


Wight 


119 


Witherby 219 


Worthen 




112 


Williams 5S, 


94, ii9> 


Withington 237 


Wright 74, 84, 


120, 


164, 


159.170. 171. 


172. IS8, 


Wood, 42, 49, 82, 85, 86, 


172, 200, 301, 


350 




266,315,316 


347, 350, 


148, 196, 231, 299, 300, 








420 




302, 324, 335, 353, 403, 


York 




376 


Williamson 


287 


426 


Young 105,214, 


-15. 


2.S4. 


Willis 


197, 261 


Woodard 254 


299, 379. 384 






Wilmarth 


107 


Woodbury 235, 247 


Younker 




436 


Wilson 179, 


210, 265, 


Woodrow 442 








334, 335 




Woodruff 155 


Zahn - 




371 


Wiltsie 


202, 354 


Woods 241 


Zierden 




361 



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