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[From «Ae Records of the Herald's CoUegey London. 



GENEALOGICAL REGISTER 

OF THE 

NAME AND FAMILY 

OF 

HEKEICK, 

FROM THE SETTLEMENT OF 
HEN ERIE HERICKE, 

N SALEJVI, MASSACHUSETTS 1629, to 1846.. 

WITH A CONCISE NOTICE OF THEIR 

ENGLISH ANCESTRY. 
BY JEDEDIAH HERRICK. 



Tell your children of it, and let your children tell their children, and their 
children another generation." — Bible. 




BANGOR: 
SAMUEL S. SMITH, PRINTER 

1846. 



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PREFACE. 



The compiler of the following work had limited his original design, to the 
acquisition of some general knowledge of his Ancestors and kindred in this 
country, with reference more especially to their European origin, and to the 
parentage of our Anglo-American Ancestors. 

In the pursuit of this object, he became interested in the enquiry ; extended 
his researches and accumulated his materials, until he now finds it necessary to 
print the result of his labors, as well to insure the preservation of a mass of 
names, dates and gossip, — very private and fireside matters to be sure, but not 
therefore the less interesting to the very private and fireside parties ; as also to 
enable him in this way, to acknowledge his obligations to those friends and 
kindred, who have kindly aided his researches and supplied a large portion of 
his materials. 

Nor will he deny himself the satisfaction of believing, that his humble effort 
to redeem from oblivion something of the history and fortunes of his race, will 
be received with favor by his kinsfolk ; that it will serve as a useful book of 
reference, and a medium of recognition and intercommunication among relatives 
otherwise strangers and unknown ; and that it may induce those sentiments of 
cordiality and kindness, and of fraternal respect and communion, so grateful to 
our best and holiest affections, and so desirable to have revived, and cherished 
and perpetuated, among the descendants of a common ancestor, however widely 
they may have been separated and dispersed over distant hemispheres ; estranged 
from each other, or alienated from the land of their Fathers. 

He has permitted himself to hope also, that however imperfect this first essay 
may be found ; whatever of error in the names, dates, and arrangements, may be 
detected ; it will nevertheless possess sufficient merit and accuracy as a whole, to 
serve as a safe guide to the future explorer, as far as it has gone ; and that those 
who in future times, and under more favorable circumstances, may be disposed 
to look back into our early history, or to carry forward these family memorials to 
other generations, may here find important aids and facilities in the prosecution 
of their researches. 

Our references to the dark and distant traditions of our Race, have been limited 
to the settlement of Ericke the Dane, in East Anglia ; and to such events in the 
lives and fortunes of himself and his descendant, Eric the Forester, as we find 
sufficiently verified by our early English historians, to establish the general 
authenticity of our traditionary records ; and thus to remove all reasonable doubt 
of the Anglo Danish origin of our race; and of the identity of our earliest 
ancestor, residing in England, with that illustrious and unfortunate chieftain. 



ABBREVIATIONS, &,c. 

Bapt. for baptised ; h. for born ; d. for deceased ; ?«. for married ; d. s. p. for died without 
issue. 

The first column of figures is a consecutive enumeration of the entire branch, in which a 
number is prefixed to the name of each individual, and is never changed or omitted, how 
often soever the name may be repeated. In the second column, the figures denote the number 
of the descent, or remove, from the original ancestor, counting him always as 1. 



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EiRiKR. Eric. Erik. Erick. Ericke. Irek. Eyryk. Eyryck. Erryk. 
Herik. HiRECK. Heryck. Hericke. Hearick. Heyricke. Heyrick. 
Herrick. See Appendix, Note A. 

The traditions of this very ancient family, claim their descent from Ericke, a 
Danish Chief, who invaded Britain during the reign of Alfred, and having been 
vanquished by that Prince, was compelled, with his followers, to repeople the 
wasted districts of East Anglia ; the government of which he held as a fief of 
the English crown. He is recognized in history as " Ericke, King of those 
Danes who hold the Countrie of East Angle." Note B. 

In an attempt to "unite the Danish power in Britain against the Englishmen," 
Ericke was defeated by Edward, the Son and successor of Alfred ; and was sub- 
sequently slain by his own subjects for alleged severities in his government. 

The Norman invasion found this name represented by Eric the Forester, who 
resided in Leicestershire, and possessed extensive domains along the sources of 
the Severn and on the borders of Wales. Eric raised an army to repel the inva- 
ders ; and in the subsequent efforts of the English Earls and Princes, to dis- 
possess the Normans of their recent conquest, and to drive them out of the 
country, he bore a prominent and conspicuous part. But he shared also, in 
the unfortunate issue of all these patriotic efforts. His followers and allies 
were stripped of their estates, and the sources of his own power, were dried 
up; and being no longer in a condition, formidable to the new government, 
Eric was taken into favor by William — entrusted with important offices about 
his person, and in the command of his armies ; and in his old age was per- 
mitted to retire to his house in Leicestershire, where he closed a stormy and 
eventful life, as became the representative of an ancient and distinguished race. 
Note C. 

With this ,hasty glance at our earliest family remembrances, remote and 
obscure as they may be, we proceed to deduce the pedigrees of the English and 
American races through the branch of the posterity of Eric the Forester, which 
js still respectably known in England, and whence we derive our lineage. 



ENGLISH FAMILY. 



I. Henrv Eyryk, a lineal descendant from Eric the Forester, was seated at Great Stretton 
in the county of Leicester, England, at a very remote period. His grandson, 
Robert Evryk of Stretton, by his ) Son 14 



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wife Joanna, had 

William, Sir, his Heir, 

Robert, called Robert De Stretton, 
jchaplain to Edward the Black Prince, 
L. L. D. and finally Lord Bishop of 
Litchfield. 

His Lordship died in 1385. 

John of Stretton. 



Ch. 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

18 
19 

20 

21 
22 
23 



12 



Ch. 
24 
25 

Son 
26 

Son 
27 



Sir William Eyryk, Knight of 
Stretton, was commissioned to attend 
the Prince of Wales on his expedition 
into Gascony, 1355. 

From Sir William descended 

Robert Eyrick of Houghton on the 
Hill, living 1450, who left by his wife 
Agnes, 

Robert, who died s. p. 

Thomas Eyrick of Houghton, who 
settled in Leicester, and is the first of 
the name on the books of the corpora- 
tion, where he is recorded as a member 
of that body in 1511. He died in 1517, 
leaving 

Nicholas, who married and had issue. 

John. 

Elizabeth, mentioned in her father's 
will, 1517. 



Son 



31 



15 



Samuel Heyrick of Leicester, 
Elizabeth Tyers. 



161 



John Heyrick, of Leicester, town 
Iclerk, d. 1800, m. Mary Erpe. 

Samiuel Heyrick, D. D., rector of 
I Brampton, in Northamptonshire, d. 
|l841. 

William Heyrick, vice chancellor of 
the Quarter Sessions for the county 
of Leicester, living 1841, and three 
daughters not named. 



John Eyrik or Heyrick of Leices- 
ter, b. 1513, d. April 2, 1589. Was 
twi^^e Mayor of that corporation, in 1559 
and 1572 ; m. Mary, daughter of John 
Bond, Esq. of Ward End in Warwick- 
shire, who was b. 1514, d. Dec. 8,1611. 
Note D. 

Robert. 

Nicholas. 

Thomas, d. s. p. 1623. 

John. 

Wilham. 

Ursula m. Lawrence Haweg,merch't 
of London. 

Agnes, m. William Davie. 

Mary, m. Sir Thomas Bennett, Lord 
Mayor of London, 1603. 

Elizabeth, m. John Stanford, Esq. 
Recorder of Leicester. 

Helen, to. Holden. 

Christiana, to. George Brookes, Esq. 

Alice, TO. Hind. 



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NicholasHeryck, London, Banker, 






1556, TO. 1582, Julian, daughter of 






William Stone, Esq. of Segenhoe, in 


Vk. 


11 


Bedfordshire. 


32 




William. 


33 




Thomas. 


34 




Nicholas. 


35 




Robert, bapt. Aug. 24, 1591, a poet 
of some celebrity ; aut'hor of " The 
Hesperides," and Vicar of Dean Prior 
in Devonshire, 1629 ; deprived of his 
living, by Cromwell, 1648', published 
his works, 1648; restored, 1660; his 


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name, written by himself, is spelled, 






Hearick, Hireck, and Herrick. 


36 




William. 


37 




Mercia. 


38 




Anne. 


34 


11 


Nicholas Herrick, of London, 
merchant, b. 1589, living 1664, m. 
Susanna Salter. 


Ch. 


12 




39 




Thomas, living in 1634. 


40 




Nicholas, merchant in the Levant, 
died abroad 1664. 


41 




William, died s. p. 



Ch. 
42 
43 



16 



Robert Heyrick of Leicester, 
thrice Mayor, and Rep. in Parliament, 
d. 1618, TO. Elizabeth Manby, nine 
daughters not named. 

Robert, died s. p. 

Tobias Heyrick, D. D. Rector of 
Houghton, 1605, wife Elizabeth. 

John Heyrick, b. 1611, d. 1682, to. 
Catharine Armstrong. 



Ch. 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 

SAMUELHEyRicK,Rector of Tedding- 1 51 
ton, m. Anna Allsop, d. 1741. j 52I 



lOl John Herrick, Esquire, Alderman 

I of Leicester, d. 1613, to. Susanna. 
11 

Thomas. 

Susanna. 



Sir William Herrick of Leices- 
ter, London and Beaumanor Park, b. 
1557. Member of Parliament 1601 to 
1630. Knighted 1605. Ambassador 
fromQu. Elizabeth to the SublimePorte; 
held various lucrative offices in the 
Treasury ; to. 1596, Joan, daughter of 
Richard May, Esq. of London, d. Mar. 
2, 1652—3, aged 96. Note E. 

William, b. 1597. 

Robert, b. 1598, died s. p. 

Richard, b. 1600, died 1667. 

Thomas, b. 1602, died young. 

Henry, b. 1604. 

Roger. 

John, b. 1612, died 1630. 

EHzabeth, *. 1603, died young 

Mary, d aged 20. 



ENGLISH FAMILY 



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Martlia, m. 1G34, John Holinstead, 
Esq. of Lynn, Norfolk. 

Dorothy, m. Rev. James Lancashire, \ 
1628. 

Elizabeth, m. Beaumont Pight, Esq. 
1633. 



William Herrick, Esq., Beau- 
manor, d. 1671. 

WiLLiAMHERRicK,Esq. Beaumanor, 
h. 1624, d. 1693, m. 1, July, 1649, Anna, 
eldest dau. of William Bainbridge, Esq. 
of Lockington, Leicestershire, by 
Elizabeth his wife,dau.of GervasPigott, 
Esq. of Thrumpton, Nottinghamshire, 
who d. 1655. 

William, h. 1650. 

John. 

Benjamin. 

Elizabeth, m. John Levesley, Esq. ; 
m. 2d. 1657, Frances, dau. of William 
Millward, Esq. of Chillcote, in Derby- 
shire, who d. before 16S1. 

Thomas, b. 1662, d. 16S2. 
Frances, b. 1664, d. infancy. 



8 16 



63 




Mary, m. William Lucas, Esq. 


64 




Chistiana, m. Clifton Thompson, Esq 


57 


13 


William Herrick, Esq. of Beau- 
manor, d. 1705, m. Dorothy, dau. of 
James Wooton, Esq. of Weston, Der- 
byshire, who d. 1749, aged 100 j^ears.. 


Ch. 


14 




65 




Elizabeth, h. 1684, m. Robert Bur- 
ney. 


66 




William, d. 1686. 


67 




Anna, b. 1687, d. 1759. 


68 




William, b. 1689. 


69 




John. 


70 




Thomas, b. 1693. 



68 14 



74 15 



59 



Thomas Bainbridge Herrick, Esq. 
of Beaumanor, d. 1824, m. Aug. 15, 
1793, Mary, dau. of Jas. Perry, Esq. 
of Edsley Park, Hereford. 

Wilham, b. 1794. 
Mary Ann. 
Lucy. 



William Herrick, Esq. of Beau- 
manor, succeeded his uncle. No. 74, in 
1832. He is a Barrister at Law, unmar- 
ried, and a M. A. of University College, 
Oxford. 



John Herrick, Esq., of the out- 
woods, Loughboro', Leicestershire, w(. 
Mary, dau. of Beaumont Pight, Esq. 
of Denton, Lincolnshire, who d. 1727. 

BenjaminHerrick,M.D. b. 1655, d. 
1720. 

William Bainbridge Herrick, d. 1733, 
and a dau. not named. 



John Herrick, Esq. b. 1691, d. 
1760, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel 
Marshall, Esq. of Burton on theWolds. 

Two Sons and two Daughters, all d. 



William Herrick, Esq. of Beau- 
manor, d. 1773, m. 1740, Lucy, dau. of ^ 
John Gage, Esq. of Bentley Park, Sus- : 
sex, who d. March 25, 1778. 

Lucy. 

Dorothy. 

Dorothy. 

William. 

John, d. 1819, s.p. 

Thomas Bainbridge, b. 1754, d. 1824. \ 

Lucy, m. 1768, Richard Gildart, Esq. \ 
of Norton Hall, county of Stafford. 

William Herrick, Esq. of~Beau- 
manor, b. Dec. 14, 1745, sheriff, 1786, ; 
m. 1789, Sarah Stokes of Woodhouse, 
d. 1832, s.ji. succeeded by his nephew. 



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Thomas Herrick, Esq. of Leices- 
ter, d. Dec. 10, 1766, m. 1st, in 1720, 
Martha, dau. of Tiiomas Noble, Esq., 
member of Parliament, m. 2d, in 1724, 
Catharine, dau. of Robert Bakewell, 
Esq. of Swebstone, and 3d, Elizabeth, 
dau. of James Winstanley, Esq. of 
Brunston, M. P. 

By his second marriage, 

William Herrick of Knighton, Esq. 
m. in 1766, Sarah, dau. of Phillip 
Bamford, Esq. of Bamford, Lancashire. 

Catharine, m. Richard Dyott, Esq, 
of Freeford Hall, Staffordshire. 



Richard Herrick, Fellow of All 
Souls College, 1624 ; m. 1st, Helen, 
dau. of Tho's Corbett, Esq. of Spravv- 
ston in Norfolk. 

Thomas, died s. p. 

Mary married John Johnson of Man- 
chester. 

Elizabeth, married Rev. Richard 
Holbrook of Salford ; married 2d, Ann 
Maria Hall of London, widow, dau. of 
Erasmus Bretton. 

John died young. 

Helena m Thomas Radcliff, Esq. 



HENRY OF SALEM. 



No. 48. 11. On the English Pedigree. 

No. 1. I. Henerie Hireck — Hericke — Herrick. The Anglo-Amer- 
ican Ancestor of a numerous race in this Country, was born 1604; came over 
from Leicester, England, to Naumkeag, then first named Salem, June 24, 1629. 
He married Editha, daughter of Mr. Hugh Laskin of Salem, (who was born 
1614, and living in 1674,) and settled at " Cape-Ann-Syde, over against 
Massies." Died 1671. Note F. 

Out of a very numerous family (our traditions say 12 sons and several daugh- 
ters,) seven sons and a daughter, whose names are given below, survived their 
father and are named in his Will. Of these, Thomas and Benjamin, the oldest 
and the youngest of the sons, and the daughter, Elizabeth, died childless. The 
other five sons left male issue, and are to be regarded as the Patriarchs of their 
respective branches of the posterity of Henry and Editha Herrick. 

H. Children of Henry Herrick who survived infancy. 

1. Thomas, whose birth is not recorded, married Hannah Ordway, d. s. p. 
XL Zacharie, baptised December 25, 1636. 
III. Ephraim, baptised February 11, 1638. 
IV. Henry, baptised January 16, 1640. 
V. Joseph, baptised August 6, 1645. 
VI. Elizabeth, baptised July 4, 1647. 
VII. John, baptised May 25, 1650. 
VIII. Benjamin, no record, d. s. p. about 1675. 



ZACHARIE OF BEVERLY. 



ZACHARIE HERRICK, Beverly, 
Birch Plain, d. May 20,1695 ; m. Mary, 
daughter of Richard Dodge of Beverly, 
1653, who was b. 1632, d. August 18, 
1710, aged 78 years. 

Mary, b Oct. 10, 1654. 
Elizabeth, b. Mar. 2, 1657, m. Sam'l 
Stone. 

Henry, b 1659, d. an infant. 
Sarah, b Oct. 1662, vi. Morgan. 
Martha, h August, 1665. 
Hannah, b 1669, m. Jona. Stone. 
Henrv, b 1671. 
Abigail, bapt. May, 1674 



Mary Herkick, m. Robert Cue, of] 
Salem, March 13, 1681—2. 

Elizabeth, b 1682, m James Meacom, 
Beverly, Jan'y 20, 1702. 
I Anne. 

1 Henry Herrick, Beverly, d. Sept. 
28, 1747 ; m. Susannah, dau. of Sam- 
|uel Beedel, of Salem. 
I '' 

Zachariah, b Sept. 4, 1699. 

Eunice, b. Oct. 5, 1701, d. June 24, : 
1714. : 

Lois, b. Oct. 10, 1704, m. Ralph: 
Tuck. ; 

James, b 1706. ; 

William, b 1709. : 



Zachariah Herrick, Beverly, d. 
1753_4, m. Abigail, 6. 1702, d. 1772. 

Abigail, b Jan. 18, 1730. 

Henry, b Feb. 19, 1732, d. 1736. 

Hannah, b March 20, 1735, d. 1736. 

Henry, b Aug. 14, 1737. 

Hannah 5. May 4, 1739. 

Asa, b July 11, 1742. 

Jonathan, b May 10, 1745. 



Asa Herrick, of Beverlv, rf. 1821, 
TO. Jan. 26, 1768, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Henry Stacy, Marblehead. 

Elizabeth, b 1769. 

Hannah, b 1771. 

Henry, b 1773. 

Abigail, b 1776. 

Tabitha, b 1778. 

Sarah, b. 1780, m. Joseph Harlow, 
Jan. 4, 1803. 

Asa, b 1783. 

Edw ard Stacy, b. 1786. 

6|Asa Herrick, Beverly, d. 1814. 
7| 
I Asa Herrick, Beverly, d. 1834. 



William Herrick, Beverly, d. 
April, 1783, m Mary Tuck of Beverly, 
July 1, 1731. 

WiUiam, b April 15, 1736. 
Lemmon, b. Feb. 10, 1738. 
Henry, ft Sept. 1741. 
Mary, b Feb. 19, 1743. 
James, b Dec. 15, 1747. 
John, ft Aug. 31, 1751. 



William Herrick, Beverly, 
Mary Wallace, April 23, 1759. 

Hannah, ft July 31, 1760. 
Lemmon, ft Dec. 7, 1762. 
Mary, 6 Dec. 27, 1765. 
Sarah, ft Sep. 3, 1768. 
Daniel, ft June 16, 1771. 
William. 
John. 



William Herrick, of Beverly, w. 
Lydia Woodman, Beverly, April 5, 
1803. 



John Herrick, Beverly, m. Lydia. 

John, ft 1799. 
Wilham, 6 1802. 
Reuben, ft 1804. 
Joshua, ft 1811. 
James, ft 1817. 



Reuben Herrick, Beverly, 
zabeth. 

Reuben, ft 1829. 
Benjamin, 6 1831. 
Francis, ft 1833. 



I. Eli- 



Henry Herrick, Beverly, d. July 
25, 1620, TO. Mary Foster, Nov. 21, 
1765. 

Joseph, ft May 14, 1767, d. 
Hannah, d. 

Thomas, bapt. March 24, 1773. 
Henry, bapt. March 23, 1777. 



Thomas Herrick, Beverly, 7/i May, 
1795, Dorcas Punchard, Salem, who 
d. Jan. 17, 1804. 

Thomas Foster, ft. Sept. 12, 1795. 

Oliver, ft Oct. 24, 1797. 

Dorcas Townsend, ft. Feb. 24, 1800, 
d. 1818. 

Married for his 2d wife, Mary, dau. 
of Nicholas Greely, Marblehead. 

Emerson, ft Mav 1. 18C6. 

Greely, ft Jan. 26, 1808. 

Married for his 3d wife, Jane Gree- 
ly, sister to 2d wife. 

Sydney, ft. April 21, 1811. 

Joseph Henry, ft. Oct. 31, 1812. 



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ZACHARIE OF BEVERLY. 



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Thomas Foster Herrick, Bever- 
ly, m. Hannah Obear. 


Ch. 


8 




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65 




Hannah, > rp ■ 

Thomas, 5^^'"^- 


66 




Mary Jane. 


67 

68 




?h"SJ Twins. 


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Oliver Herrick, Salem, m. Sarah 




Carter, Manchester. 


Ch. 8 




69 


Benjamin Carter, b. Dec. 28, 1820, 




d. May, 1839. 


70 


Susanna, d. 


71 


Sarah, d. 


72 


George, i 1837. 


73 


Oliver, h 1832. 


74 




Sarah, h 1836, rf. 



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75 

76 

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77 



7| Emerson Herrick, Beverly, m. 

Huldah B. Butman, May 31, 1831. 
8 

I Thomas Emerson, h. Nov. 26, 1832. 

I Joseph Henry, h. July 25, 1837. 



7 Greelei' Herrick, Beverly, 
Eliza Noyes, of Haverhill. 

8 
I Charles Greeley, h 1830. 



56 


6 


Henry Herrick, Westford, Mass., 
TO. Ehzabeth Prescott. 


Ch. 


7 




80 




Henry Prescott, h. Sept. 15, 1810. 


81 




Charles, b. Sept. 2, 1814, lives in 
Michigan. 


82 




EUza Jane, b Sept. 16, 1816. 


83 




George, b July 18, 1825. 


84 




Mary Foster, b. Jan. 22, 1828. 


85 


1 Augustus, h. Feb. 19, 1832. 


36 


5 


James Herrick, Beverly, m. Abi- 
gail Tuck, 1769. 


Ch. 


6 




86 




James Sanborn, b 1775. 


87 




Abigail, b 1778. 


88 




Lydia,6 1781. 


89 




Simeon, b 1783. 


90 




John, b 1788. 



86 


6 


James Sanborn Herrick, Beverly 
TO Mary. 


Ch. 


7 




91 




Mary, b 1794. 


92 




Nabel, b 1796. 


93 




Simeon, b 1798. 


94 




James, b 1804. 



63| 7 



Sydney Herrick, Beverly, m. Mary > Ch. 
Ann Glidden, March 3, 1833. 

Mary Ann, b July 7, 1833. 
Sydney, h. Aug. 28, 1836. 



7 Henry Prescott Herrick, West- 
ford, m Betsey Hildreth, 1830. 



^PHRAIM OF BEVERLY. 



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III 



EPHRAIM HERRICK,of Beverly, 

TO Mary Cross, of Salem, July 3, 1661 ; 
settled at Birch Plain, d Sept. 18, 
1693. 

John, b. May 31, 1662. 
Ephraim, b Aug. 13, 1664. 
Mary, b June 14, 1667. 
Stephen, b March 15, 1670. 
Sarah. 

Samuel, b June 4, 1675. 
Timothy, 5 Jan. 4, 1681. 
Anna, b Nov. 20, 1683. 



HiRUM Herrick, Griswold, Conn, 
m. Anna Bromley, Preston, 1791. 

Rubia, b June 23, 1792. 
Persia, b March 16, 1794. 
Robert, b September 16, 1797. 
John, b October 14, 1799. 
Lucy, b September 2, 1804. 
Maria Augusta, b March 12, 1810. 
William A., b June 22, 1814. 



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Ch. 


4 


10 





John Herrick, Beverly and Wen- 
ham, VI Bethiah Salart, April 21, 1684, 
who d. m Wenham, Aug 4, 1729. 

John. 

Hilkiah, b April 29, 1699. 



4 John m Susanna, lived in Preston, 
Conn. 1732, where his sons were born. 

John, b 1732. 

Eleazer. 

Thence he removed to Woodbury, 
Conn., where he was killed by the In- 
dians in the war of 1745. 



John Herrick, of Woodbury, Conn. ; 

John, b. about 1753. 

Ephraim, b 1755 ; settled in Sheri- 
dan, Chantaugua Co. N. Y.; living in 
1841, m 87. 



35 


7 


Robert Herrick, Griswold, Conn. 


€h. 


8 




40 




Eliza Ann. 


41 




Lucy. 


42 




Eunice. 


43 




Celestia. 


44 




Hannah. 


45 




Robert. 


46 




Harriett. 


47 




Frances. 


48 




John. 


36 


7 


John Herrick, Knox, N. Y. 


Ch. 


8 




49 




Hirum. 


50 




Mary. 


51 1 


Lucinda. 


52 


Martha. 


53 


Horace. 


54 


Reuben. 



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Ch. 

15 
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15 



John Herrick, Poultney, Vt. 

1788. 



Isaac. 
John. 



Isaac Herrick, Poultney, Vt.. 

1838. 

Ephraim. 

Pamelia. 

Emily. 

Caroline. 

Abbadelia. 



16 


7 


John Herrick, Rutland, Vt., living 
in 1842. 


Ch. 


8 




22 




Archibald Bishop. 


23 




John. 


24 




Vilona. 


25 




Jane. 


12 


5 


Eleazek Herrick, Preston, Conn, 
m. Mary Rea, April 11, 1759. 


Ch. 


6 




26 




Sarah, b April 5, 1761. 


27 




John, b July 27, 1763. 


28 




Rufus, b Aug. 25, 1765. 


29 




Stephen, b May 5, 1767. 


30 




Hirum, b May 15, 1769. 


31 




Eleazer, b June 10, 1776. 


32 




Mary, b September 5, 1778. 



I Ch. 

> 55 

< 56 

^ 57 

{ 58 

I 59 

^ 60 

61 

62 

63^ 

55 



31 Ephraim Herrick, Beverly ; re- 
moved to Preston, Conn., 1694, in. 
Judith. 
4! 

Mary. 

Judith, b June 29, 1690. 

Ephraim, b. 1692. 

Anna, b February 6, 1696, 

Jurusha, b December 11, 1699. 

Elizabeth, b July 14, 1702. 

Priscilla, b February 6, 1705. 

William, b July 25, 1708. 

Isaac, b January 1, 1711, d 1714. 



Ch. 
67 

68 
69 
70 
71 

72 
73 



Ch. 
74 
75 
76 

77 
78 
701 



Mary Herrick, m John Stark- 
weather, December, 1708. 

Daniel. 
Mary. 
Lydia. 
Ann. 



Judith Herrick^ to Jacob Burton, 
Preston, June, 1712. 

Isaac, b 1713. 

Jacob, b 1714. 

Jerusha, b 1719. 
I Judith, i5 1721. 
I Hannah, b 1723. 
I Israel, b 1725. 

Priscilla, b 1727. 

Judith died, and Jacob Burton ?» 
Mary Herrick, August 1729. 

By second wife. 

Mary, b July, 1732. 

Lydia, b March, 1734. 

Elizabeth, b June, 1737. 

Ann, b October, 1739. 

JoHiah, /I September, 1741. 

Tryphonn, b August, 1713. 



12 



EPHRAIM OF BEVERLY. 



Ephraim Herrick, Preston, m 
Rachel Fellows, of Preston, February 
9, 1718—9. 

Isaac, b December 16, 1719. 

Abigail, b Oct. 21, 1721, m Nathan 
Leonard, Worthington. 

Ephraim, b November 10, 1725. 

Andrew, b February 10, 1727—8. 

Phineas, b February 3, 1730—1. 

Rachel, b May 9, 1732. 

Nathan, i May 31, 1734. 

Esther, b April 16, 1738. 

Elijah, b August 15, 1740, d in the : 
French & Indian war. 



Isaac Herrick, of Preston, d 1819, 
aged 100, m Elizabeth Herrick, Pres- 
ton, May 9, 1743, No. 450. 

Judith, b July 20, 1744. 
Ebenezer, b July 25, 1746. 
Isaac, b February 8, 1748. 
Elizabeth, b March 8, 1750, m Wil- 
bur, family in Ohio. 

Ephraim, b April 2, 1752. 
Rachel, b October 19, 1754. 
Ezra, b Ootober 3, 1756, d 1759. 
Mary, b July 19, 1759. 
Eunice, b February 19, 1763. 
Esther, b May 4, 1765, 
Asa, b November 7, 1761. 



90 


6 


Ebenezer Herrick, Preston. 


€h. 


7 




100 




Elisha, settled in Ohio. 


101 




Ezra, " " 


102 




Ebenezer. 


103 




Ephraim, Hudson, N. Y., 7 ch. re- 
moved thence to Dalton, Mass., and 
thence to Mecca, Ohio, living in 1843. 


104 




Lucy. 


105 




EHzabeth. 


106 




Priscilla. 


107 




Parsis. 


102 


7 


Ebenezer Herrick, East Boston. 


Ch. 


8 




108 




George Washington. 


109 




Hirum Hegley. 


110 




Lorenzo Jacob. 


111 
112 
113 
114 




Nelson Rea. 

David West. 

Orpha Slade, d 

Betsey Calver, d August 15, 1840. 


115 




Maria Louisa, died. 


116 




Helen Marr, died. 


117 




Charlotte Augusta, d August 20, 
1840. 



9 m 



Ch, 
136 

137 

138 

139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
122 



George Washington, East Boston, \ 144 



Isaac Herhick, of Preston, Conn. ; 
settled in Worthington, Mass. d 1811, 
in 1st wife, Olivet Worthington, of 
Worthington. 

Hurlbert, b May 15, 1772. 

Isaac, b March 20, 1780. 

Wife died, married 2d, Widow Pru- 
dence Starkweather, (whose maiden 
name was Avery) of Lebanon, Conn. 

Avery, born November 21, 1785. 

James W., Twinsbury, Ohio, b May 
28, 1788. 

David, b July 4, 1790, 6 children. 

Rufus, b May 4, 1794, 5 

Horace, b May 24, 1796, Norwich, 
Conn., no children. 

Asa, Twinsbury, b April 7, 1798. 

Augustus,) Twins, i Nov 16, 1801. 
Justus, 5 
Jonathan E. born 1804. 
Eunice. 

Mary, m John Slade, Worthington, 
8 children. 

Olive, m Geer, of Preston. 
Pearcy, m Cook. 



Hurlbert Herrick, settled in 
Portland, Maine, m Sarah Ellis, Ches- 
ter, Mass, November 1, 1798. 

Murmath Fortune, I September 13, 
1799, died 1803. 

Christie, born December 4, 1801, d 
1817. 

George W. born December 12, 1803, 
lives in New Orleans. 

Samuel Ellis, born July 25, 1805. 

WiUiam Ellis, born March 30, 1807. 

Caroline Margaret Freeman, b 1809, 

Sarah Ellis, born July 24, 1816. 

Eunice Kelly, born Oct 26, 1818. 



Isaac Herrick, Twinsburg, Ohio, 
settled in Worthington, Mass, m Jeru- 
sha Brown. 

Jerusha Olivet, born September 1, 
1804. 

John Wyburn, b August 29, 1805. 

Levi Withington, born 1806. 

Isaac, born 1810, lives at Miller's 
Bend, La. 

Amanda Maria, born September 12, 
1812. 

Mary Ann, born March 20, 1816. 

Martha Cordelia. 



8| Jerusha Olivet Herrick, m Clark 
Cory, of Washington, Mass. 

Ann Maria, born August 27, 1832. 



EPHRAIM OF BEVERLY. 



13 



Levi Withington Herrick, Dal- 
ton. Mass, m Mary Hamlin of Lee. 

William Hamlin. 
Hannah Cordilla. 
George. 
John Frederic. 



Amanda Maria Herrick, m Fred- 
eric Manly Couch, Lee, Mass, May 3, 
1833. 

Maria Louisa, born September 20, 
1835- 

Mary Emeline, born December 20, 
1836- 

A son, born April 11, 1842. 



Marv Axx Herrick, m Asahel 
Beeman, of Twinsburg, Portage Co., 
Ohio, January 1, 1837, and removed to 
Bedford, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. 

Grant. 



Martha Cordelia Herrick, m 
Joel Nelson, of Tvvinsburg, settled in 
Bedford. 

Clark, born November 12, 1840. 
A daughter, born January 1842. 



Avery Herrick, Westfield, Mass., j 
m Polly Chapin, Springfield, Mass. 

Moses, born 1819. 
William Avery, born 1820. 
Lucina, born 1822. 
Henry, born 1824. 
George, born 1826. 
Edward, born 1828. 
Maria, born 1830. 



163 


8 


William Avery Herrick, Mer- 
chant, Rochester, New York, m E. E. 
Pratt, daughter of H. Pratt, Esq., for- 
merly of Hartford, Conn, July 18, 
1844. 


132 

Son 
169 


7 
8 


Eunice Herrick of Worthington, 
Mass., m Harlow Harris, Esq. of Hal- 
lovvell. Me. 

Samuel L. Harris, Esq. Augusta, 
Me. 


93 

Ch. 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 


6 

7 


Ephraim Herrick, of Preston, m 
Sarah Rossetter, November 11, 1784. 

Ashur Rossetter, born May 14, 1785. 
Abigail, born January 3, 1787. 
Sarah, born January 24, 1789. 
Ephraim, born October 22, 1790. 
Mary, born April 4, 1793. 
Elizabeth, born July 11, 1795. 
Rebecca, born 1797. 



173 



Ch. 

179 

180 

181 

182 
183 
184 
185 
186 

187 
188 
189 
190 
"82^ 



Ch. 
195 
196 

197 
198 
199 
200 1 
201 1 
2021 
198 



Ch. 
203 
204 

:205 



Ephraim Herrick, Preston, m Re- 
becca Kinney, Preston, November 11, 
1810. 

Elisha Brown, h October 24, 1811. 
Removed to Windham, Conn. 



Asa Herrick, settled in Worth- 
ington, whence lie removed to Ando- 
ver, Ashtabula Co Ohio, d. 

Lydia. 

Eunice, married King, No. 35 Union 
street, Albany, N. Y. 

Nathan. 

Reuben. 

Sarah. 

Chandler. 

Asa. 

Nancy 7/7 . 
Ohio. 

Nathan. 

John. 

Maryann. 

Eliza. 



Seth Butler, Andover,. 



Ephraim Herrick, Preston, m. 
Sarah Ripley, April 27, 1756. 

Epliraim, born July 1757, Ship- 
Master, captured by Algerines. 
Abigail, m Peleg Utley. 
Elijah, born Dec. 13, 1761. 
Mary, born March 23, 1763. 



Elijah Herrick, Physician, of 
Preston, Grand Isle, Plattsburg, and 
lastly of Buffalo, m Lucinda, dau. of 
Col. Samuel Prentice of Stonington, 
Conn., Jan. 19, 1786. 

Sarah, bom Nov. 29, 1786. 

Phebe, born Nov. 10, 1789. 

Rebecca, born June 1792. 

Mary, born Oct. 24, 1794. 

Ephraim. 

Julian. 

Lucinda. 

Samuel Prentice. 



I Mary Herrick, m Jonas Kinney 
[of Grand Isle. 

Charles. 
Joseph. 



Son 

177 



7| Ashur Ro.ssetta Herrick, Jewett 
City, Conn., m Lucy Hutchinson, 
August 12, 1810. 

EHsha Brown, born 1811, died 1812. 



200 


7 


Julian Herrick, m Lieut. Samuel 
W. Hunt, U. S. A. 


Ch. 


8 




206 




George. 


207 




Lewis. 


208 




Henry, Lieut. U. S. A. 


209 




Julian. 


201 


7 


Lucinda Herrick, m Alexander H. 
Prescott. 


Ch. 


8 




210 




Julia. 


211 




Delia. 


212 




Mary. 


213 




Cornelia. 


214 




Angerona, 



14 



EPHRAIM OF BEVERLY. 



2021 



ai5i 

831 



Samuel Prentice Herrick, rf., m 
Minerva Hopkins, dau. of Gen. Sani'I 
Herrick of Zanesville, Oliio. 

Lucinda Prentice. 



Andrew Hkrrick, Preston and 
Plainfield, m Abigail Hall of Plainfield, 
Nov. 1748 ; removed to Plainfield, 
about 1755. 

Abigail, born Oct. 27, 1749. 

Andrew, born April 7, 1752. 

Elizabeth, Dec. 8, 1754. 

Children born in Plainfield. 

Mary. 

Lydia. 

Samuel. 
I Abel. 
I Lois. 
I Tamsen. 
5| Phineas Herrick, Preston, and 
|thence to Canterbury and to Killing- 
lly, Conn., m Sarah Leonard, 1751. 

61 
I Ebenczer, born 1752. 

Saraiah, born 1754. 

Sally, born 1756. 
I Elijah, born 1758. 
I Tryphena, born 1760. 

Esther, born 1762. 

Zipporah, born 1764. 

Phineas, born 1766. 

Charlotte, born 1768. 

Stephen, born 1770. 

Leonard, born 1772, died young. 

Elizabeth, born 1774. 



232 

Ch. 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
249 
250 
233 



Ch. 
251 
252 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 
235 



Elijah Herrick, Killingly, Conn, 
removed to Rutland and thence to Mil- 
ton, Vt., d 1808, m Hannah Russel of 
Tyrringham, Mass., 1788. 

Ephraim, born in Tyrringham, Jan. 
16, 1789. 

Eliiah, born in Pittsford, Vt., March 
4, 1791. 

Erastus, born in Pittsford, May 6, \ 
1793, lives in Erie, Penn. 

John, born 1795, died in infancy. 

Russel, born in Rutland, Feb. 17, ' 
1798. 

Stephen Leonard, born April 29, '■ 
1800. 

Phineas, born July 24, 1803. 



Ch. 
266 
267 
268 



Ephraim Herrick, of Albion, New 
York, m Amelia Spencer of Milton, 
Vt., 1810. 

Harriet Matilda, born Feb. 1811. 
Elijah Leonard, born March, ]814. 
Hannah Marilla, born Dec. 1816. 
Stephen Spencer, born Dec. 1818. 
Warren Noah, born April, 1821. 



Elijah Herrick, Milton, 
Davis, 1816. 



Polly 



Elizabeth, born April 1818, d 1837. 
Moses Davis, born July 1820. 
Elijah Parmillce, born Aug. 1822. 
Luther, born Feb. 1825. 
Mariah Abigail, born July 1827. 
Julia Ann, born April 1830. 
Martha Augusta, born Nov. 1832. 
Alson Augustus, born Aug. 1835. 
Erastus, Erie, Penn. m Sybel Bar- 
ney, 1814. 

Caroline, born Sept. 1815. 
Loiza, born May 1817. 
Jacob, born 1821. 
Franklin, born 1823. 
Lovinea, born Jan. 1827. 
Lucias, born March 1832. 
Lucien, born Feb. 1834. 



Russel Herrick, vi Maria Tyler, 
1817. 

William Tyler, born Sept. 1818. 
Mary Maria, born Jan. 1821. 
John Russel, born May 1822. 
Jane, born 1823, d 1826. 
Leonard Frederic, born 1825, d 1836. 
Harriet Jane, born June 1827. 
Ephraim Leonard, born March 1829. 
George Frederic, born April 1834. 



237 


' 


Ch. 


8 


269 




270 




271 




272 




273 




274 





Stephen Leonard Herrick, Min. 
of the Con. Church at Crown Point, 
N. Y., m Delilah Ives. 

Eliza Ann, born Dec. 1, 1825. 

Cordelia Sophia, born Feb. 24, 1830. 

Stephen Henderson, born June 24, 
11839. 

Phineas Herrick, Milton, Vt., 
settled in Malone, N. Y., m Emily 
Means, 1827. 

E. Pleuribus Dwlght, h Nov. 1828. 
Huldah Georgiana, born May 1830. 
Silas Johnson, born July 1832, d. 
Ann Eliza, born 1833, d 1836. 
Stephen Henry, born Oct. 1835. 
Ann Eliza, born Sept. 1837. 



Nathan Herrick, Preston, died 
1818, m Deborah Gates, April 15, 1756. 

Amy, born Dec. 8, 1756. 
Mercie, born Aug. 24, 1758. 
Eunice, born Sept. 18, 1760. 
Ehsha, born Jan. 10, 1763. 
Amos, born Nov. 25, 1764. 
Ebenczer, born Dec. 10, 1766. 
Deborah, born Jan. 10, 1769. 
Married 2d wife, Hannah King, 
Norwich, Conn., Aug. 8, 1771. 



EPHRAIM O?^ BE^^ERrf. 



15 



276 

Ch. 
232 
283 
284 

285 



6 Elisha Hkrrick, Bethel, Vt. 
Elizabeth Joy, Nov. 25, 1789. 

Harvey, born March 7, 1791. 
Eliab B. born Nov. 30, 1800. 
Nathan, born April 28, 1807. 
Elisha, born March 28, 1812. 
Warren, born July 27, 1817. 



282 



Ch. 

287 



290 
291 



Ch. 
292 



293 

284 



Ch. 

294 
295 
279 



Son 



280 



Harvey Herrick, Bethel, m Rox- 
ana Leonard, Jan. 30, 1815. 

George Leonard, born July 29, 1816. 
Lanson D., born April 2, 1820. 
Hirum, born March 8, 1830. 
Harvey, born March 5, 1832. 
Edward, born Sept. 29, 1837. 



Ch. 
313 
314 
315 
316 
317 
318 



Eliab B. Herrick, Morristown, Vt. 
m Miriam Raymond, Feb. 1, 1827. 

Charles Raymond, born Nov. 24, 
1827. 

William B., born April 3, 1830. 
Edmund L., born Oct. 8, 1833. 



7| Nathan Herrick, Morristown, 
Laura R. Small, Oct. 3, 1830. 

Henry N., born May 29, 1832. 
George, born Sept. 28, 1838. 



Amos Herrick, settled in Niagara 
Co., N. Y. 



Patrick, 
named. 



and several others, not 



Ch. 

319 
:320 

321 

322 
;323 



Priscilla Herrick, Preston, v 
Stephen Kinny, Preston, June, 1729. 

Stephen, born Dec. 18, 1732. 
Jesse, born May 25, 1735. 
Roswell, born May 4, 1737. 
Nathaniel, born April 26, 1739. 
Anna, born June 7, 1741. 
Dedimus, born Aug. 7, 1743. 



William Herrick, Preston, died 
1752, m Mary Palmer, Stonington, 
May 15, 1746. 

Annabella. 

Judith, born April 7, 1748. 

Zeruiah, born Dec. 22, 1749. 

Abigail. 

Lucretia. 

Stephen Herrick, Beverly, re- 
moved to Preston, Conn., subsequent 
to 1716, m Elizabeth Trask, Dec. 3, 
1692. 

Born in Beverly, 

Elizabeth, born Oct. 17, 1693. 

Edward, born Oct. 16, 1695. 

Stephen, born July 24, 1797. 

Ebenezer, born May 17, 1799. 

Abigail, born June 15, 1701. 

Anna, born Nov. 2, 1702. 

Mary, born April 15, 1705. 

Lydia, born July 13, 1707. 

Sarah, born Oct. 10, 1708. 



Ebenezer Herrick, m in Norwich, 
Conn., settled finally at Tioga Point, 
Susquehannah River, N. Y. 



Ch 
299 
300 
"59 



Ch. 
301 
302 
303 
304 
305 
306 
307 



Ch. 
308 
309 
310 
311 
312 



Nathan, Ithaca, N. Y., and a 
Daughter, No. 298. 

John L., born 1820. 
Nathan G., born 1824. 



Jerosha Herrick of Preston, m 
John Hatch, Aug. 3, 1726. 

John, born June 9, 1727. 
EHzabeth, born March 12, 1731. 
Benjamin, born Aug. 23, 1733. 
Rufus, born Dec. 5, 1735. 
Joseph, born May 13, 1738. 
Jerusha, born Aug. 29, 1740. 
Eunice, born June 6, 1746. 



Elizabeth Herrick, Preston, 
John Gear, Preston, June 15, 1721. 

Aaron, born May 1, 1722. 
Jonathan, born June 3, 1724. 
Stephen, born Feb. 22, 1726—7. 
Elizabeth, born May 9, 1728. 
Jonathan, born June 3, 1731. 



325 


4 


Ch. 


5 


333 




334 




335 




Ch. 




336 




337 




338 




339 




340 




341 





Edward Herrick, Preston, died 
Aug.] 775, ?«. 1st Mary Dennison, Nov. 
10, 1725, died Jan. 9, 1735. 

Mary, born Dec. 20, 1726, m Capt. 
Daniel Tyler of Pomfret, Conn, who 
removed to Vermont. 

Ebenezer, born Oct. 2, 1731. 

Rufus, born March 13, 1734. 

Married 2d wife, Margarett Avery, 
Groton, Dec. 9, 1737. 

Lucy, born Aug. 3, 1738. 

Henry, born April 3, 1740. 

Jonathan, born Dec. 3, 1743. 

Margarett, born March 20, 1745. 

Grace, born July 4, 1747. 

Moses, born Sept. 24, 1749, died 
Jan. 1794. 

Married 3d wife, Elizabeth Brannan, 
Oct. 27, 1757. 



334 



Ch. 
342 

343 
344 
345 
346 
347 
348 
,^49 



Ebenezer Herrick, Preston, died 
in Greenfield, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1796, m 
Esther Brannan, Preston, August 10, 
1759. 

Phebe, born in Preston, m Lewis of 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Edward, born in Preston. 

Ebenezer, born in " 

John, born in " 

Daniel, born in Montgomery, N. Y. 

Dennison, born in " 

David, born in " 

2 daughters born in " 



16 



EPHRAIM OF BEVERLY. 



344 


C 


Ebk.nezer, Corinth, Essex Co., N. 


381 


1 s 


Minerva Hopkins Herrick, in 






Y., living in 1839. 




Samuel Prentice Herrick, No. 202, d. 


Ch 






Ch. S 




.35C 




Rufus, lives in Schroon, N. Y. 


388 1 1 Lucinda Prentice, b Sept. 1829. 


3511 


Robert. 


382 


8 


Rachel Mead Herrick, to Castle 


352 




Loton. 






Hopkins Herrick, No. 405, March 


35:3 




Ebenezer. 






1832. 


354 




Orren. 


Son 


9 




:355 




George. 


389 




Samuel, born May, 1835. 


S46 


~6 


Daniel Herrick, Highgate, Vt. 


383 


~8 


Martha Frances Herrick, Zanes- 


Ch 


7 








ville, TO. 


356 




Daniel, born July 11, 1810. 


Ch 


9 




357 




LutherD., March 20, 1818. 


390 




Edward. 






Seven daughters. 


391 
392 




George. 


335; 5 


Rufus Herrick, of Oblong, or nine 


Charles. 






partners, Dutchess Co. N. Y., Colonel 


\ 37] 


7| Walter Hekrick, Athens, Brad- 






in the Revolutionary Army through 




ford Co., Penn., m Minerva, daughter 
|of Doc. Stephen Hopkins of Athens. 


€h. 


6 


the war, m 1st Miss Gibbs, died I8ll. 


Ch. 


358 




Rufus. 


393 




Edward. 


559 




Samuel, born 1757. 


394 




Charles. 


360 




Nathan. 


395 




Celestia. 






Married 2d, Lydia Leonard of Pres- 


396 




Harriett. 






ton. 


397 




Maria. 


'Ch. 
:361 




Leonard. 


398 
399 




Stephen Hopkins. 
Eliza. 


362 




John. 


400 




Minerva. 


363 




James. 


401 




Walter. 


364 
365 




Lewis, born 1774. 
Roswell,born 1779. 






372 
Ch. 
402 
403 
404 


7 
8 


James, ?«. Abigail Castle, both d. 


366 
367 
368 




Piatt, born 1783. 

Lydia, m Woodall. 

Another daughter m Sutherland. 


Richard. 

Walter. 
William. 


358 


"6 


Rufus Herrick, settled in Shore- 
ham, Vt., died 1788. 




374 


^ 


Edward Herrick, Athens, Penn., 
Judge of the C. C. Pleas of Penn., m 


Son\ 4 1 

369| 1 Rufus, lives in Western New York. 






1st, Celestia, daughter of Doc. Stephen 
Hopkins of Athens, who died Aug. 1, 
1830. 


359 


6 


Samuel Herrick of Amenia, N. 










Y., whence he removed to Tioga Point 


Ch. 


8 








N. Y., died 1824. 


405 




Castle Hopkins, born Dec. 10, 1811. 


Ch. 


7 




406 




Edward Cunan, born June 22, 1814. 


370 




Samuel, born 1779. 


407 




Helen Eliza, born May, 1819. 

Married 2d, Rebecca, daughter of A. 
Ross, Esq., 1st clerk in the U. S. Treas- 
urer's Office, June 26, 1832. 


371 




Walter, born 1781. 






372 




James, born 1782. ; 






373 




Per Lee, born 1784, died at sea 1814. 






374 




Edward, born 1787. 


Ch. 






375 




Margarett, born 1791. 


408 




Andrew Ross, born Aug. 4, 1833. 


376 




Mary, born 1793. 


409 




Edmund Per Lee, born Aug. 20, 


377 




Theodosius, born 1795. 






1834 


378 




Rachel, born 1797. 


410 


pRobert. 


379 




Mortinur Abraham, born 1799. 


411 
412 






370 


~7 


Samuel Herrick, Zanesville, Ohio, \ 
Member of Congress, U. S. Attorney, < 








405 


8 


Castle Hopkins Herrick, Athens, 






Brig. General, «&c. 






TO Rachel Mead Herrick, No. 382. 


Ch. 


8 




Ch. 


9 




380 




Mary Howard, born Dec. 1804. 


413 




Samuel. 


381 




Minerva Hopkins, born Dec. 1806. 


414 




Edward. 


382 




Rachel Mead, born April 1809. 


415 
416 






383 




Martha Frances, born Sept. 16, 1811. 






384 




Margarett Per Lee, born Nov. 30, 
1814. 

Samantha Clark, born May 7, 1821. \ 


IIU 1 




406 


8 


Edward Cunan Herrick, m Eliza 


385 




Ch. 
417 


9 


Tyler, March, 1836. 


386 

1 




Edward, born April 4, 1818, died 
Dec. 27, 1820. \ 


Edward Francis. 








418 
419 




Hugh, 

James Williamson. 


380 


~8 


Mary Howard Herrick, m Allen. \ 


Son 

387 


9 


George Howard. \ 


420 







EPHRAIM OF BEVERLY 



407 



S\ Helen Eliza Herrick, d. m Chau- 
|ney N. Shipman, Aug. 1837. 

I Helen Celestia. 



375 


7 


Margarett Herrick, Athens, d 
1831, m William Castle. 


Cb. 


8 




423 




Edward. 


424 




Rachel. 


425 




William. 


426 




Mary. 


427 




Samuel Castle. 


428 




Courtland Castle. 


376 


7 


Mary- Herrick, d 1817, m Josiah 
Clark. 


Ch. 


8 




429 




Samantha, who m William^' Jones, 
Zanesville. 



362 

Ch. 
406 
407 

408 

4on 

410 
411 



364 1 6 



Ch. 

412 

1413 



John Herrick of Grcenbusl 
Piatt, d April 18, 1838. 

Richard Piatt. 
Edmund S. 
Samuel N. 
Gouvernieur Morris. 
Jane. 
Lavinia. 



Lewis Herrick, Nassau, N. York, 
Lged 66, living in 1840. 

William Castle of Nassau. 
i Lewis, Physician. 



377 

Ch. 

430 

431 

432 

433 

434 

435 

436 

43 

438 



Theodorls Herrick, 
Webster. 

Sarah. 

Caroline. 

Adeline. 

Margarett. 

Charlotte. 

Mason. 

Rachel. 

Helen. 

John. 



365 

Ch.\ 

414 
415 



6l Roswell Herrick, Ballston Spa. 
d 1829, aged 50. 

Marcus, lives in New Orleans, La. 
Courtland, " 



338 



419 



378 

Ch. 
439 
440 



Son\ 
441 



Rachel Herrick, d 1836, m Wm. > 420 
Webster. ] 421 

^422 
Mary 
Per Lee. \ 423 



Martimer Abraham Herrick, 
Athens, in Maria Fleming. 

Samuel. 



424 



Platt Herrick, ^i! in Canada, 1837 



Rufus. 
Oliver. 



Jonathan Herrick of Preston & 
Norwich, iii Elizabeth. 

Lucv, born in Norwich, April 14, 
1762. " 

Stephen, born in Norwich, May 19, 
1764. 

i°^^^J^"'] Twins, i July 14, 1767. 
Elizabeth, ) 

Rebecca, born in Preston, Doc. 2, 
1769. 

Martha, born in Preston, May 15, 

Moses, born in Preston, April 1/, 
1774. 



360 

Ch. 
442 
443 
444 



443 

Ch. 
445 
446 
447 

448 
449 
450 



361 



Ch 
451 
452 
453 



Ch.\ 
404 
405; 



Nathan Herrick, Shoreham, Vt., 
d 1788, m Jemima Kinney of Preston. 



419 



Ch. 
425 
426 
427 



Henry Kinderhook, no children. 
Nathan. 

Daughter, d m Merritt Carpenter, ^^ 
d 1 son. '^"-^ 



Stephen Herrick, BlaudforJ, 
Mass., d. 

Stephen, family 6 ch. 

Sophia. 

Eunice. 

Margarett. 

William, Montgomery, Mass. , no ch. 



NathanHerrick, Kinderhook, N.Y. 

Henry. 
Roswell. 
Lewis. 
John. 
Nathan. 
j Another son and 2 daughters. 



Leonard Herrick, died June 20, 
1828, Washington, Dutchess Co., N. 
Y., ?» 1st, Mary Lester, d. ) 

Avery Lester. 
George Lansing. 
Lewis Leonard. 

Married 2d, Sabra Tracy of Preston, 
Jan. 10, 1819. : 

William Tracy. 
Asael Rufus. 
3 



420 

Ch. 

:430 

431 

432 
433 
434 

435 
436 



424 

: Ch. 
;43' 

1438 
!439 
,440 



Jonathan Herrick, Blanford,Mass. 

Jonathan, lives in Otis, Mass., 9 ch. 

Amariah, lives in Elliotsville, N. Y., 
8ch. 

Alvin, lives in Elliotsville, 10 ch. 

Hannah, lives in " m Coit. 

Lyman, lives in Westfield, Mass., 
no eh. 

Sarah, m Burdic of Blandford. 

Lydia, m Gibbs " 



Moses Herrick, Westfield, Mass.d. 

Aaron, Westfield, Mass., 6 ch. 
Moses, Oswego, N. Y., 9 ch. 
Daughter, m. Thomas. 
Daughter, ?«. Slade. 



18 



EPHRAIM OF BEVERLY. 



327 

Ch. 
450 


4 
5 


Ebenezer Herrick, Preston, m 
Elizabeth Guile, Jan. 26, 1721—2. 

Elizabetli, born March 8, 1725, m 
Isaac H., No. 80. 


328 

Ch. 
451 
452 
453 


4 
5 


Abigail Herrick, m John Rea, 
Salem, Mass., settled in Preston. 

Elizabeth, born Feb. 20, 1718—19. 
Abigail, born April 22, 1721. 
Lydia, born April 9, 1724. 


331 

Ch. 
454 
455 
456 
457 
458 
459 
460 
461 


4 
5 


Lydia Herrick, m Thomas David- 
son, August 31, 1726. 

Andrew, born June 17, 1727. 
Zephcniah, born March 5, 1729. 
Christopher, born April 15, 1732. 
Daniel, born June 4, 1734. 
Asa, born 1736. 
Christopher, born 1737. 
Lydia, born 1739. 
Ehzabeth, born 1741. 


6 

Ch. 
470 
471 
472 
473 
474 
475 
476 


3 
4 


Samuel Herrick of Beverly, settled 
in Preston, Conn., 1702, m Mehitabel 
Woodward, Beverly, Oct. 3, 1698. 

Ezekiel, h in Beverly, Nov. 6, 1699. 
Samuel, b in Preston, Mar. 24, 1703. 
Stephen, Z» in " Feb. 12, 1705. 
Daniel, b in " Dec. 9, 1708. 
Joseph, bin " Mar. 1,1711. 
Kesiah, b in " April 30, 1715. 
Priscilla, m Kinney, Preston. 



Ezekiel Herrick, settled in West- 
ern Mass., thence removed to Covent- 
ry, Conn. 

Hezekiah. 

Ezekiel. 

John, born in Coventry, about 1730. 

Zebulon. 

Nathaniel. 

Elijah. 

Desire. 

Eliza. 



478 


5 


Ezekiel Herrick, Tyrnngham, 
Mass., Rep. in the General Court, 
Major in the Army. 


Ch. 
485 
486 

487 
488 
489 


6 


Hezekiah. 

Ezekiel. 

Amasa, d in Jefferson Co., N. Y. 

Francis, Wellington, Ohio, 7 ch. 

Joel. 


490 




Sibil. 


491 




Abigail. 


492 




Dorothy. 


493 




Mary. 


494 




Rubia. 



479 
Ch. 
495 
496 
497 
498 
499 
500 
501 
502 
503 
504 
505 



Ch 
506 
50' 
508 
509 
510 
511 
512 
513 
514 



John Herrick. 

John, born May 16, 1760. 

Daniel. 

James. 

Ebenezer. 

Ezra, lives in Huron Co., N. Y. 

Ezekiel. 

Huldah. 

Esther. 

Ann. 

Jemima. 

Sarah. 



496 
Ch. 
515 
516 
517 
518 
519 
520 
521 
481 



472 



Ch. 
530 
531 
532 
533 
534 
535 
536 
537 



John Herrick, m Hannah Spring, 
1780. 

Hannah Spring. 

Cynthia. 

Betsey. 

John C, lives in Jeffersonville, O. 

Mercy. 

Lucy. 

Walter D., lives in Circleville, O. 

Huldah M. 

Origin B. 



Daniel Herrick, Troy, Ohio. 

James, d. 
John S. 
Daniel M., d. 
Hirum, d. 
Cyrus. 
Albert G. 
David L. 



Nathaniel Herrick of Hatfield, 

Mass. 

Elijah. 
Amanda. 



Samuel Herrick, Preston, removed 
thence, residence unknown. 

Stephen, born Nov. 10, 1727. 
I William. 
Henry. 
Mehitabel. 
Elhs. 
Sarah. 



Stephen Herrick of Preston, m 
Phebe Guile of Preston, Nov. 11,1726, 
removed to Dutchess Co., N. Y. 

Stephen, born Nov. 10, 1727. 
Freelove, born Feb. 22, 1730. 
Benjamin, born Dec. 1, 1731. 
Joseph, born May 5, 1735. 
Elijah, born Jan. 25, 1736—7. 
Sarah, born Feb. 12, 1738-9. 
Daniel, born May 18, 1742. 
Nathan, born Nov. 24, 1743. 
Ephraim. 



EPHRAIM OF BEVERLY. 



19 



530 



Ch. 
538 
539 
540 

541 

542 
543 
874 
875 
.876 



538 



Ch. 
544 
545 
546 

547 



Ch 
548 
549 
550 



Stephen Herrick, Dutchess Co., ^ 567 
N. Y., ?n Anna Fargo, Groton, Conn 
Feb. 25, 1747. 



Stephen, born Aug. 3, 1748. 
Phebe, born Nov. 22, 1749. 
WilHam, killed in the battle of Mon- 
mouth. 
Elijah. 
2d marriage. 

Jonathan, born Oct. 18, 1760. 
Amaziah. 

James, 2 sons and a daughter Laura. 
Smith. 
Mary. 



Ck. 

967 
968 
969 
970 
971 
972 
973 



Stephen Herrick of Amenia, set- 
tled at Ballstown Spa, Saratoga Co. 
N. Y., 1830, d. 



Sullivan. 
Smith. 

Eli, of Barry, Orleans Co., 
8 children, aged 50 in 1845. 
Bateam. 



Joseph Herrick of Dutchess, d 
in Tates Co., N. Y., 1826, m Hannah 
Northrop of South Salem, Conn., liv- 
ing in 1846. 

Four daughters, d in infancy. 

Jacob, born 1790. 

Nathan, born 1792. 

Israel, born 1794. 

Mitchell, born 1802. 

Ann, born 1805. 

Lydia, born 1807. 

Harvey B., born 1810. 



Jacob Herrick of Geneva, Wads- 
worth Co., Wisconsin, wife Roxie. 




Smith Herrick of Barre, N 
Feb. 1844. 

Richard. 

Almon. 

Alvin. 



Y.,d' 



541 

Ch. 
551 
552 
553 
554 
555 
556 
557 
558 



6 Elijah Herrick, Norwich, Conn. 
Elizabeth Rogers, New London, 
Jan. 12, 1780. 

Nathaniel, born Jan. 24, 1781. 
Elizabeth, born May 8, 1783. 
Fanny, born May 15, 1789. 
Anna, born Dec. 30, 1792. 
Sarah, born April 27, 1795. 
Mary, born Feb. 21, 1798. 
Abigail, born March 9, 1801. 
Lucretia, born May 15, 1815. 



968 1 7 


Nathan Herrick of Canada, On, 






tario Co., N. Y., m Chloc. 


Ch. 


8 




981 




Absina. 


982 




Cyrus E. 


983 




Juliett. 


984 




Sarah. 


969 


^ 


Israel Herrick, Mount Morris, N. 
Y., m UranaFenis,1818. 


Ch. 


8 




985 




Celinda. 


986 




Ekza Ann. 


987 




Chancey. 


988 




Albert. 


970 


7 


Mitchell Herrick of Erie Co., N. 
Y., m Lydia Blackmer, 1823, (I. 


Ch. 


8 




989 




Pamela. 



542 6! Johnathan Herrick, Uuanesburg, 






N. Y., m Patience Palmer, August 9, 






1787, living in 1846, aged 87. 


Ch. 


7 




559 




James. 


560 




Smith. 


561 




Mary. 


562 




Amanda. 


532 


5 


Benjamin Herrick, The City, 


Ch. 




Dutchess Co., Colonel in the Army. 


563 




Benjamin, d in Philadelphia. 


564 




Rachel. 


565 




Conklin, settled in Ithica, N. Y., d. 


566 


1 Brush. 



973 



Ch. 
990 
991 
992 
993 



Harvey B. Herrick of Sherman, 
Chautaugua, Co., N. Y., m Maria 
Jones, November 19, 1830. 

Francis H., born August 10, 1831. 
Juliann, born September 9, 1833. 
Rachel, born July 25, 1835. 
Harriett, born March 12, J 839. 



533 



Ch. 
567 
568 
569 
570 
571 
572 
573 
574 
57 



Joseph Herrick, Amenia, Dutch- 
ess Co., N. Y., TO Elizabeth Burton of ^ 997 
Preston. 



Joseph, born 1760. 

Israel. 

Josiah. 

Henry. 

Hugh. 

Ezekiel. 

Phebe. 

Freelove. 

Elizabeth. 



971 


7 


Ann Herrick, 7/t Nelson Nanness, 
June 3, 1829, lives in Maysville, Chat. 
Co. N. Y. 


Ch. 


8 


994 




Philo. 


995 




Marquis. 


996 




Lydia Ann. 


997 




Maria. 


998 




Susanna. 


999 




Nancey. 



972 



Ch. 
1000 
1001 
1002 
1003 
1004 



Lydia Herrick, m Jason Andress, 
settled in Russelburg, Warren Co,, 
Penn. 

Dwight, born Nov. 1828. 
Nancy, born July 25, 1830. 
George, born Oct. 25, 1834. 
Lydia Ann, born July 25, 1839. 
Abigail, born April, 1844. 



20 



EPIIIIAIM OF BEVERLY. 



569 

Ch. 
576 
577 

578 
579 



576 



Ch. 

580 
581 

5821 



JosiAii Herrick of Dutchess, Co. 
N. Y. 111. Miss Hicks of Loner Island. 



Stephen Hicks 
Jacob 



Elias B. 



Merchants, South-st.N.Y. 



William, Merchant, Troy, N. Y. 



534 

Ch. 
590 
59] 

592 
593 

594 
595 
596 

597 
598 



Ch. 
599 
600 

<;oi 



Stephen Hicks Herrick, Merch't, 
Coenties Slip, N. Y., m. Susan Lyon, 
Duchess Co. 

Susan Lyon. 

Laura, 

Edwin, Merchant, Soiith-st. N. Y. 



Elijah Herrick, Dutchess County, 
settled in Duanesburg, N. Y. married 
Miss Kinnie of Preston. 

Ephraim, Amenia, N. Y. d. 

Elijah, born July 22, 1760. 

William, lives in Duanesburg,no ch. 

Stephen, lives in Mexico, OswegoCo. 

John. 

Roswell, Lyme, Jefferson Co. 

Priscilla, Steuben Co. 

Anna, d. 

Phebe, Duanesburg. 



6 Ephraim Herrick of Milan, Dutch- 
ess Co. m.. Anna Di.Yon. 

Ephraim Milan. 

A son in Jerusalem, N. Y. 

A daiighter in Ohio. 



591 



Ch. 
(i02 
603 

604 

I 
6051 
606 1 



593 


6 


Stephen Herrick, Oswego, N. Y. 
m. 1st, Sarah Crandall. 


Ch. 


7 




607 


William W. 






m. 2d, Sarah Seley. 


608 




Nathaniel. 


609 




Henry. 


610 




Smith. 


611 




Elizabeth. 


612 




Sarah. 


613 




Priscilla. 


614'! 


Rachel. 


615 


Mary. 


953 


Mary Ann. 


954 


Maria. 


955 


Jane. 



571 6 


Hugh Herrick 


Ch. 7 




10051 


Selah. 


1006 




Wiley. 


1007 




Ezekiel. 


1008 




William. 


1009 




Hannah. 


1010 




Mary. 


1011 




Sarah 



6i Elijah Herrick, Charlestown, ; 
j Montgomery Co. m. Rhoda Cissen, 

Dutchess. • 

Elijah, Lyme, 3 sons, 6 daughters. 
I James, Rushford, Allegany Co. five 
JBons, four daughters. 
I Calvin, Charleston, Bap. Preacher, 
itwo sons, one daughter. 
I Luther, Illinois, 2 sons, 1 daughter. 
I Sarah, m. Hamilton, no children. 



IOOl 


1 7 


Selah Herrick. 


Ch.\ 8 




10121 


Moses. 


1013| 


Alonzo. 


1008 7 


William Herrick of Hanover, 




Chautaugua Co. N. Y. 


Ch. b 




1014! 


Henry. 


lOK 




Adeline. 


lOU 




Ann. 


1017 




Edgar, S. L. W.Washington, D. C. 
1846. 


loie 




Samuel, lives in Illinois. 


607 


"7 


William W. Herrick, Fort Cov- 
ington, Frankhn Co. N. Y. d. October 
28, 1826. 


Ch. 


8 




616 




Hannibal, ?«. lives at Fort Covington. 


617 




William. 


618 


8 


George W. m. Adeline, dau. of Ezra 
Ballard, lives on the homestead. 


619 


9 


One daughter. 


594 


"6 


John Herrick, Duanesburg, m. 
1st, Anna Miller, 2d, Betsey De La 
Shawn. 


Ch. 


7 




620 




Leonard. 


621 




Harvey. 


622 




Nathaniel. 


623 




Elizabeth. 


624 




Freelove. 


625 




Sarah. 


595 


6 Roswell Herrick, Gravely Point, 


\ch. 

626 


7 


L. Ontario, m.Polly Estes,Duanesburg. 


Hirum. 


627 




James. 


628 




John. 


629 




Rhoda. 


630 




Catherine. 


631 1 


Mary. 


536 


5 


Daniel Herrick, 7ft. 1st, Priscilla 
Marvin, m. 2d, Mary Guile. 


Ch. 


6 




632 




Phebe. 


633 




Nathan. 


634 




Priscilla. 


1635 


1 Daniel. 


636 


Martha. 


637 




Rufus. 


638 




Benjamin. 


639 




William. 


640 




Amos. 


6-33 


T 


Nathan Hekrick, settled at Kauga 
Lake, m. Priscilla Herrick, No. 596, of 
Duanesburg. 


Ch. 


7 




5 641 




Daniel. 


642 




Elijah. 


643 




Rufus. 


644i 


James. 


6451 


Phebe. 


646| 


Catherine. 


647 




Anna. 



EPHRAIM OF BEVERLY. 



21 



632 61 TiiEBE Herrick, vx. 

I ! settled in Otsego Co. N. 

Ck.\ 7i 

648! 

64!.| 

651! 
i%2\ 
6531 
6541 



Bonj. Black, 
Y. 



Blarvin. 

Daniel. 

Phebe. 

Priscilla. 

Klary. 

Sarah. 

Rueben, and three others. 



6341 6i Priscilla HERRicK,TO.HenrvGnile, 

I IFlorida, settled in Otsego Co. N. Y. 

Ch.\ 71 

6iJ5| I Josiah. 

656 Jlary. 

657| Daniel. 

6581 Benjamin. 

659! Herrick. 

6 601 I John. 

6371 6] RcFus Herrick, vi. Anna French, 
Florida. 



:682! 



Ch] 7 




6611 1 Daniel. 


662 


Mary. 


663 


Jane. 


664 


Sarah. 


635 5 


D.\siEL Herrick, settled in Florida, 




N. Y. m. Catherine Hobbs. 



Ch.\ 6! 

665 Mary, vi. Samuel Greene, Florida, 
leight children. 

666 I Benjamin, in. Eliza Servose, removed 
[to Illinois, one daughter. 

667 j John, m. Mary Elliot, settled in 
I Cherry Valley, three children. 

668 I Ransom. 

669 i Sarah. 

670 I Nancy, to. 1st, O. Homan, Salina, 
lone son ; 2d, Porter Hyde, Cincinnati, 

I jOhio. 

671 Dennison, 7n. Mary Seymour, Mead- 
! iville, Penn. 

672J I Eliza, m. George Lefevre, 5 child'n. 
673 ' Frankhn, m. Aurelia Cargill, Roch- 

lester, two children. 
674 1 I Elmira, to. Moses French, Hartford, 
I |Vt. 



638, 

Ch. 
675 
676 
677 
678 
679 
680 
681 

712 

Ch. 
682 
4583 
684 
685 
686 
95( 
'.'5i 



6 Benjamin Herrick, m. Sarah Vin- 
egar. 

Marvin. 

Harvey. 

Jacob. 

George. 

James. 

Deha. 

Elizabeth. 

Harriett. ^____^ 

^Nathan Herrick, b. in Preston, 
1743, m. at Oblong, Dutchess Co.N.Y. 
settled at Canaan, N. Y. 1767. 

Nathan, b. 1766. 

Dennison. 

Luther. 

Elisha. 

Calvin. 

Eunice, 

Marv, 1 



6 Nathan- Herrick of Pontiac, Mic. 
TO. Lucy Merely, lives at Holly P. O. 
Oakland Co. Michigan. 

Mary, born 1795. 
Lester, born 1797. 
William, born 1799. 
Nathan, born 1800. 
Calvin, born 1802. 
Luther, born 1805. 
Huldah, born 1803. 



Ch. 
693 
694 
695 
696 
697 
585 



6 Dennison Herrick, Morrisville, 
Madison Co., N. Y. 

Dennison, 

Nathan. 

Leeman. 

Lewis. 

Willis. 

Amanda, died, 



684 


6 


Luther Herrick, 


Barre, Orleans 


Ch. 


^ 


County, N. Y. 




698 




Riclmrd. 




699 
700 




Henry. 

Norman. 




701 




Wilham. 




702 




Calvin. 




703 




Alvin. 




5861 


Pamela. 




587 
588 




Mary. 
Eunice. 





1685 
Ch. 
958 
959 
704 
960 
961 
962 



61 Elisha Herrick, died in 1823. 



Cloe. 

Clarissa. 

David, bom in 1800. 

Dorcas. 

Mary. 

Melissa. 



687 1 

Ch. 
710 
711 
537 



Calvin Herkick, married in 1807. 

Elisha. 

William. 

Calvin. 

Nathan. 

Amos. 



William, settled in Collins, Erie 
County, N. Y. 

William N. 
Martin S. 



Nathan Herrick, Chatham, N. Y. 
m Mary Kidder. 

Nathan. 
Stoughton. 
Dennison. 
Reuben. 
Eunice. 
Phebe. 
Anna. 
Mary. 
1 Priscilla. 



<. in Maseacliusetts, 
in New-York cifv. 



22 



EPIIRAIM OF BEVERLY. 



Daniel Hkrrick, Coventry, Conn., 
thence tniknown, m Elizabeth Rust, 
Coventry, May 20, ]731, who died 
Dec. 1.5, 1741, and thence we lose sight 
ofDaniel. 

Samuel, born April 2, 1732. 
Margarett, born Feb. 1!), 1733. 
Benjamin, born April 3, 1737. 



Samuel Herrick of Norwich, Conn, 
afterwards of Bennington, Vt., Colonel 
in the Revolutionary Army, died in 
Springfield, Otsego Co., N. Y., has 
posterity living there, m Silenee Kins- 
ley of Norwich, Conn., Feb. 26, 1754. 

Born in Norwich. 

Ruth, born Feb. 13, 1755. 

Frederic, born April 14, 1757. 

Cyprian, born Oct. 27, 1758. 

Wife died, m 2d and removed 
Bennington, Vt., prior to 1775. 

Daniel, born 1762. 
Francis, born 1764. 
David, born 1766. 



Cyprian Herrick. 

Nancy, born 1788. 
Silence, born 1790. 
Mary, born 1792. 
Samuel, born 1794. 
Lamonte, 



Lavanche, 



Twins, born 1796. 



Daniel Herrick, settled at Monk- 
ton, Vt., d June 6, 1830, m Hannah 
Smith, h Aug. 25, 1763, d Jan. 24, 1833. 

Frederic, settled at Monkton, d. 

Loiza, born Oct. 3, 1785, m Ezra 
Wilcox, W. Bloomfield. 

Daniel, b May 6, 1789, d March 2, 
1821. 

Mary, b June 26, 1791, ra James 
Crosby, Markham, U. Canada. 

Lyman, born May 24, 1793. 

Ancil, b July 3, 1795, Monkton, may 
be dead. 

David, born Aug. 7, 1798, at Lima, 
N. Y., lives at Springwater. 

Sarah, born May 10, 1802, at Scar- 
borough, U. C, d 1805. : 

Hannah, born May 26, 1805, m Wm. \ 
Grover, lives at Springwater. : 



Lyman Herrick, Nunda, N. Y., m 
1st Meonetta Gillet of Goshen, N.Y. m 
2d Polly Carpenter of Granville, N.Y., 
January 20, 1820. 

I Elvira E., born July 14, 1822, who 

\m June 25, 1840, A. B. Dake of Green- 
field, N. Y., whorZ March 1843. 

I Meonetta L., born Aug. 4, 1824, d 
Jan. 5, 1838. 

I Algina, born Sept,, d. Nov. 1827. 



729 


6 


Ch. 


7 


748 




749 




750 




751 




752 




753 




754 




755 




756 




757 





Francis Herrick. 

Alvin. 

Frederic. 

Almerin. 

Fayette. 

Ruth. 

Fredmond. 

Delos. 

David, 

Horace, ^ These died infants. 

Rassela 



IS, 3 



7 Almerin Herrick, Physician, Troy, 
Bradford Co., Penn., d. 

Fidelia Maria, born 1821. 

Delos, born 1823. 

De Witt Clinton, born 1825. 

Helen, born 1827. 

Lauriett, 

Juhett, 



Twins, born 1833. 



730 
Ch. 
764 
765 
766 
767 
768 
769 
770 
771 
474 



Ch. 

772 
^73 
-74 
775 

r6 

777 



Son 

77^ 
776 



David Herrick. 

Charles, born 1798. 
Lucy, born 1799. 
Apphia, born 1802. 
Zaphira, born 1804. 
Mary, born 1806. 
Ellenor, born 1808. 
Samuel, born 1810. 
Hannah, born 1812. 



Joseph Herrick, Coventry, Conn., 
a Missionary to the Indian Tribes, 
Graduate of Harvard College, m 1st 
LydiaRust, Feb. 18, 1734, who rf May 
1764, aged 49. 



Bial, 



b Oct. 24, d Nov. 1738. 



Mehetabel, 
Lydia, born June, d Sept. 1739. 
Phebe, born June 6, 1741. 
Joseph, born Sept. 5, 1743. 
Ann, born March 1, 1746. 
Abigail, born Nov. 11, 1755, living 
in Mansfield, 1840. 

Married 2d, Hepsibah Fuller. 

David, born about 1768. 



Joseph Herrick, Coventry, d Nov. 
19, 1822, m Priscilla Thompson, 1774, 
who <Z 1811. 

Jonathan, /; 1775, d 1819. 

Ruth, b 1782. 

Elijah, b 1785, d 1818. 



EPHRAIM OF BEVERLY. 



23 



rsr 

Ch\ 

7631 
I 

7841 
I 

7851 

7861 



Ch.\ 

787 
788 1 
789; 



6 Rlth Herrick, m let Chailes Wil- 
son, Jan. 1799, who rf 1811. 



Samuel, h 1799, m Almira Dowe, 
two children. 

Mary, b 1802, m Philo Jillett Leba- 
non, two children. 

Wealthy, b 1805,m Thomas W. Cun- 
ningham, one child. 

Joseph, b 1808, d 1838, m Hannah 
Hunt, (/ 1837. 

Married 2d Joseph Whitman. 

George, born 1817. 
! Loiza, born 1820. 
j Charles, born 1824 ; Mother died 
I March 14,1837. 



Ch.\ 
790 1 



7941 
7951 



David Herrick, Mansfied, ?» Rach- 
el Peters. 

Diantha, b 1794, m Ethan Crandall, 
four children. 

PameUa, b 1796. 

Sarah, 6 1798, m David Aldrich, six 
children. 

Miranda, b 1800, m Luther Robin- 
son, Williamantic, one child. 

Harlin D. b 1802. 

Almira, b 1804, nn Nelson Jacobs, 
Mansfield, three children. 



7 941 

I 
Son\ 

7961 

7[ 

Ch. 

797 
798 
799 
800 
801 
802 
803 
804 



31 Timothy Herrick, born in Be 
settled in Preston, Conn. 



rerly. 



Benjamin, born April 17, 1706- 
?h:![kful, } Twins, i May 29, 1707. 1 
Timothy, b June 22, 1710, d 1759. 
Robert, b. March 1, 1712—13. 
Waitstill, b. June 1, 1715. \ 

Israel, b. June 11, 1720. : 

Silence, b. May 22, 1725. : 



800 


4 


Timothy, d. in Westerly, R. 1., no 
wife or son. 


Ch. 


5 




805 




Elizabeth, m. to Sumner Chapman. 


806 




Hannah. 


801 


4 


Robert Herrich, Preston, //lAbiah 
Hill, Nov. 18, 1736. 


Ch. 


5 




807 




Eunice, &orn Jan. 17, 1737—8. 


808 




Elias, born Sept. 9, 1739. 


809 




Lucy, born Feb. 23, 1741. 


810 




Mary, born Feb. 12, 1743. 


811 




Amos, born Dec. 5, 1745. 


812 




Simeon, born Sept. 11, 1747. 


813 




Libbeus, born May 31, 1749. 


814 




Sanford, born 1751. 


815 




Olive, born August 6, 1754. 


816 




Sabra, born May 1, 1756. 


817 




Lemuel, born April 6, 1758. 



808 



61 Harlin D. Hkrrick, Williamantic, ; 
1 7ft Widow White, killed by the explo- 
Ision of a Powder Mill, Sep. 1829. 

j Harlin, resides in Bolton, Conn. 



Elias Herrick, settled in S^s- 
bury, Conn., d. young, and his family 
removed to Schenectada, N. Y. 

Avery, and three daughters. 



Simeon Herrick, Preston, m. 
gail Kilham, Nov. 8, 1767. 

Esther, born Aug. 6. 1768. 
Abigail, born Oct. 24, 1770. 
Eldridge, born May 29, 1773. 
Thankful, bom April 19, 1775. 



Israel Herrick, Preston, d. May, 
1760, m. Hannah Tucker, Nov. 17, 
1748, who d. May, 1760. 

Lydia, born Feb. 11, 1749. 
Israel, born July 3, 1750. 
Hannah, born July 23, 1752. 
Mehitabel, born Oct. 27, 17.55. 
Zipporah, born Feb. 24, 1758. 
Stephen, bom 1760. 



824 

Ch. 

829 
830 1 

831 



833 
834 

835 

836 
837 

8381 



»| Israel Hekrick, settled in Leroy, 
|N. Y., d. I837,m. Ruth Tracy, of Nor- 
Iwicli. 



Eli 



Ste- 



I Anna, born Jan. 22, 1775. 
1 Hannah, born Sept. 3, 1777 
Ijah Kellog, Leroy. 
I Ruth, born ]May 31, 1780, 
jphen Tucker, Randolf, Vt. 
i Alicia, born Sept. 1, 1782, m. Alex- 
lander W. Tucker. 
! Israel, bom May 24, 1785. 
I Elizabeth Tracy, born Dec. 21, 1788, 

7rt. Moody. 

William, born May 7, 1792, lives in 

Leroy, N. Y. 
' Andrew Tracy, lives in Michigan. 

George, lives in Michigan. 
I Almerin, lives in Michigan. 



828 


5 


Stephen Hekrick, West Randolf, 
Vt. 1792, VI. Rebecca McCray, Elling- 
ton, Conn. 1784. 


Ch. 


6 




839 




John. 


840 




Stephen. 


841 




Elisha. 


842 




Lorenzo Dow. 


843 




Mehitabel. 


844 




Rebecca. 


845 




Roxana. 


846 




Lydia. 


847 




Mary. 


848 




Philma. 


849 




Laura. 


850 




Eunice. . 


839 


6 


John Herrick, Williamstown, Vt. 


Ch. 


7 




851 




Lorenzo. 


852 




John. 


853 




Sarah. 


854 




Emily. 


855 




Serepta. 


856 




Cynthia. 



24 



EPHRALM OV BEVERLY. 



8tO 


6 


Stephkn Hkukick, Middlesex, Vt. 




m. Lydia King, 1818. 


€li. 7 




857 


Nathaniel King. 


.858 


Eliza. 


«59i 


Emily. 


■860 




Harriett. 


■861 




Laura Jane. 


.862 




Nancy. 


^63 




Lydia Ann. 


841 


6 


Elisiia Heiiuick, Randolf, ?m. 
Samantha Martin, Dec. 18, 1828. 


Ch. 


7 




«64 




A daughter, born 1832. 


«65 




Edward, born 1835. 


■842 


~6 


Lorenzo Dovvk Herhick, Randolf, 
m. Zilpa Ann Ha.skins of Middlesex, 
Dec, 1832. 


Ck. 


7 




866 




Stephen Solon. 


867 




^l ^»-=- 


868 




869 




William Slade. 


81 3 


Anna Hekrick, m. James Rix of 


Ck. 


4iPrpston, Feb. 7, 1710. 


870 




Abigail, born July 3, 1712. 


871 




Nathaniel, born June 6, 1714. 


872 




Anna, born May 15, 1716. 


874 


T 


James Herrick, m. 


Ch. 


7 




877 
878 




> Two sons. 


87!) 1 


Laura. 


875 


6 


Smith Herkick. 


Ck. 


7 




880 




Smith. 


881 j 


Stephen. 


882 


Ann. 


883 


Mary. 


598 1 6 


Phebe Herrick, Duanesburg, vi. 


Ch. 


7 


Ladd. 


884 




Roswell. 


885 




Ephraim. 


886 




Elijah. 


887 




William. 


888 




Lemuel. 


889 




Charles. 


8901 


Ann. 


891 




Priscilla. 


892 




Phebe. 


559 


^ 


James Herrick, Duanesburg, died 
Aug. 4, 1843. 


Ck. 


8 




893 




Jonathan R. 


894 




Nancy. 


895 


" 


George. 


896 




John. 


897 




James. 


898 




Henry. 


899 


8 


Delans. 


900 




Deliah. 


901 




Amenzo. 


902 




Theodarie, 


903 




Marcus. 


904 




Ansel. 



561 
Ck. 
905 
906 
907 
908 
909 
i)10 

s'ef 

Ck. 
911 
912 
913 
914 
915 
916 
917 
818 
9191 
; 560 



Marv Herrick, Duanesburg, 
Prosser. 
Herrick. 
Harriett. 
Charles. 
Smith. 
Jennett. 
Amanda. 



Ck 

920 1 
5t!3 



Ck. 
921 
922 



688 
Ck. 
923 



Amanda Herrick, m Patterson. 

Mary. 

Jonathan. 

John. 

Joseph. 

Patience. 

James. 

Charles. 

Julia. 

Malvina. 



Smith Herkick, Esq., of the Mis- 
sion House, Mackinac, Mi. m. 



Florence. 



Mary Herrick, m E. W. Baxter, 
1825. 

Sydney, born 1826. 
I Ely, born 1831 . 



Lester Herkick, 
Lucy Maria. 



William Herrick. 

Eunice, born 1825. 
Mary, born 1827. 
Stephen, born 1830. 
Lydia, born 1833. 

A"^™^^''"-."«=»■ 

William Stoughton, born 1844. 



Nathan Herrick, Addison, 

Lester, born 1825. 
Calvin, born 1828. 
Lucy Ann, born 1830. 
John, born 1837. 
Hannah, born 1844. 



691 


7 


Calvin Herrick. 


Ck. 


8 




936 




Austin, born 1831. 


937 




Loiza, born 1833. 


938 




Laban, born 1835. 


939 




Harriett, born 1837. 


940 




Harvey, born 1843. 


584 


7 


HuLDAH Herrick, m Paul D. 
Robinson, 1837, settled in Cherry 
Valley, Ohio. 


Ck. 


8 




941 




Mary, born 1827. 


342 




Rowland, born 1829. 


943 




Jemima, born 1831. 


944 




Lucy, born 1835. 


945 




Samuel, born 1837. 


946 
947 




T™r,l,lT>™.,bo™l8«. 



EPHRAIM OF BEVERLY. 



25 



692! 7| Luther Herrick. 

Ch.\ 

9481 

949| 

9501 

951 1 

9521 

9531 

809 



Norman, born 1827. 
Pamela, born 1829. 
Susan, born 1830. 
Avery, born 1837. 
Sydney, born 1843. 
Lucy Amelia, born 1845. 



Ch. 
954 
955 
956 
957 
958 
959 
960 
961 
962 
Ch. 
963 
964 
965 
966 
967 
968 
969 
963 



Ch. 

970 
971 
972 



Lucy Herrick, m. Benijah Tracy, 
born Feb. 23, 1741. 

Robert. 

Elias. 

Barton. 

Hannah. 

Elizabeth. 

Luther. 

Elijah. 

Safford. 



964 

Ch. 

973 

7A 

:975 
1976 
977 

978 



Lucy, who married Israel Bromley. 

Alas. 
Elizabeth. 
Esther L. 
Amanda F. 
Lucy T. . 
Sinda M. 
Suniah M. 



Alas Bromley, m. Huldah Luck- 
ham, Stonington. 

Huldah. 

Ann. 

Appleton. 



7 Elizabeth Bromley, m. William 
Bolton, Pomfret. 

Elizabeth. 

George. 

Sobriety. 

Angelina. 

Lucy. 

Harriett. 



966 

Ch. 

983 
984 
985 
967 



9"65 


7 


Esther L. Bromley to. Ralph Flint, 
Coventry. 


Ch. 


8 




979 




Leonard. 


980 




Lucy M. 


981 




Sydney P. 


982 




Julia E. 



Amanda F. Bromley, to. Josephus 
I Dresser, Coventry. 

81 

I Levi. 

I Sarah E. 

I Samuel L^ 

■yi Lucy T. Bromley, m. Marvin Cole, 

reside in New Milford, Penn. 



Henry B. 
Sarah M. 
Charles M. 



968 



Ch. 

989 



Sinda M. Bromley, 7/i. Hirum Ben- 
jamin of Griswold. 

Henry J. 



HENRY OF BEVERLY 



HENRY HERRICK, Beverly, d. 
June, 1702,in herited the paternal farm, 
a part of which is still possessed by a 
lineal descendant, Mrs. AnnaMeacom, 
daughter of Col. Henry Herrick, aged 
92 in 1845 ; m 1st Lydia (Woodbury, 
I believe.) 

Lydia, baptised Sept. 26, 1666, m 
Porter. 

Joseph, bapt. Sept. 26, 1666. 

Elizabeth, bapt. Dec. 6, 1668, m 
Isaac Woodbury. 

Samuel, bapt. 1670. 

Jonathan, bapt. 1672. 

Married 2d, Sarah, widow of John 
Giddinge of Gloucester, in 1690, d in 
Gloucester, 1711. 



13 



23 



Joseph Herrick, Beverly, Capt. of 16 
a troop of Mounted Rangers in the < 
French Wars, d 1726—7, m 1st, Mary. 



Mary, born May 15, 1686, ?» Andrew 
Elliott. 

Henry, born Sept. 9, 1688. 

Lydia,, born May 29, 1691, m Ben- 
jamin Woodbury. 

Joanna, born 1695, m Ebenezer Ray- 
mond. 

Joshua, born Feb. 22, 1668—9. 

Married 2d, Mary, widow of David 
Gushing of Hingham, m Dec. 24, 
1721, d June 1737. Her Gushing 
children were Theophilus, Nathaniel, 
Adam, Abel, Seth, Rachel, & Hannah. 



Henry Herrick, Beverly, d 1755, 
Capt. in the French and Lidian War, 
1745, m 1st, Joanna, dau. of Andrew 
Woodbury, Dec. 1, 1709, d Oct. 3, 
1738. 

Mary, b Nov. 11, 1711, m Larcum. 

Joseph, born July 18, 1714, died in 
Jamaica, Nov. 11, 1747, m Anna Irv- 
ing, Marblehead, 1744. 

Henry, born Oct. 5,1716. 

Eunice, born May 1, 1719, m Samuel \ 
Gates, 1747. 

Married 2d, widow Sarah Dav 
Gloucester, Nov. 11, 1739, d 1746. 

Married 3d, widow Joanna Dodge, ] 
who -died 1767. 

■Joanna. 



26 



Henry Herrick, Beverly, Colonel 
in the Revolution, Representative in 
the Legislature of Massachusetts, died 
Dec. 9, 1780, m Anna Bachelder, 
Salem, 1787, who died 1815. 

Joseph, born Feb. 15, 1738. 

Pyam, born Jan. 17, 1740, d Mav 2, 
1759. 

Joanna, born April 26, 1745, vi Wm. 
Bartlett, 1761, d 1797. 

Henry, born May 26, 1748. 

EKzabeth, born Sept. 14, 1751, d 
1814. 

Anna, born Dec. 29,1753. 

Mary, born Nov. 10, 1756, m Nath'l 
Cleaves, Salem, one son. 

Ruth, born March 4, 1759, vi Hugh 
Smith, d May 19, 1780. • 



6 Joseph Herrick, Esq., of Beverly 
and Greenfield, m Anna, daughter of 
George Jackson & Bcthiah Bartlett his 
wife, of Marblehead, (grand-daughter / / 
of Doc. George Jackson of Boston,) /W/C 
March 31, 1761. Removed to Green- 
field, N. H., about 1770, where he was 
for many years a Magistrate, Repre- 
sentative in the Legislature, &c., d 
Sept. 23, 1810. 

Anna, born Oct. 22, 1761 . 

Pyam, born Dec. 23, 1763. 

Bethiah, born June 17, 1766. 

George, born June 16, 1770. 

Wilkes, ^ 

Axanna, I Born in Greenfield, 

Mar)', ;. 

Joanna, I No dates. . 

Ruth, J 

Hannah, born March 3, 1768. 



25 


^ 


Ch. 


8 


34 




35 




36 




37 




38 




39 





Pyam Herrick, Wilton, N. H., m 
1st, Mehitabel Fuller ; 2d, Parker ; 
3d, Stiles ; 4th, Fuller. 

Joseph, lives in Ohio. 
Daniel, lives in Vermont. 
Nancy, m Wm. Clark, lives in New 
York. 
Mary, d. 

Sabra, m Joseph Bridges, Wilton. 
Henry, settled in Wilton. 



Bethiah Herrick, in John Rich- 
ardson, settled in Litchfield, Kenne- 
bec Co., a widow, aged 75 in 1841. 

Thomas. 

John Bartlett, d 1815. 

Joseph Herrick. 

Henry. 

George. 

Wilkes. 

WilHam. 

Pyam. 

Ohver, d 1838, 



HENRY OF BEVERLY. 



27 



George Herrick, m Sarah, settled : 
in Londonderry, Vt., 1808, d 1814. 

Pyam, settled in Ohio. 
Joanna, b 1806, m Sheldon Peirce, ; 
1826. 



Henry Herrick, Beverly, d 1808, 
Graduate of Harvard, m Hannah Jones 1 
of Beverly, March 15, 1772, who was | 
born 1750, d 1786. 

Sarah Endicott, born Oct. 1772, m ! 
1st, James Ford, 2d, Charles Dennis. 

Ginger, born Aug. 25, 1774, m ; 
Jonas Gale. 

Joanna, born July 7, 1776, m Charles 
Waters. 

Henry, born April 3, 1778. 

Achsah, born June 15, 1780, m Ne- 
hemiah Smith. 

Mary, born May 9, 1784, d May 4, 
1800. 

Hannah, born Aug. 15, 1786. 

John Jones, born June 5, 1782, d 
Nov. 1783. 



Henry Herrick, Beverly, m Elcy 
Foster, Nov. 8, 1803. 

Pyam, born July 1, 1S04, d Sept. 
1805. 

Elcy, 7ft George Kent. 



I Anna Herrick, m Capt. Ebenezer 
Meacom, Ship Master of Beverly, who 
Iwith Nathaniel Cleaves, No. 22, was 
I lost at sea, leaving one son. 

Ebenezer Meacom of Beverly, Ship 
Master, who has two sons, also Ship 
Masters. 



Ck. 

77 

78 



Joshua Herrick, Beverly, d 1782, 
in the House built by the first Henry, 
on the 40 acre lot, granted him in 1636, ' 
above Mr. Cole; m 1st, Lydia, daughter : 
of David and Mary Gushing, June 30, 
1726, who died Aug. 19, 1736. 

Mary, born July 1, 1728. 
Lydia, born July 19, 1730. 
Theopilus, born Nov. 2, 1732. 
Joshua, born Jan. 25, 1734. 
Deborah, born July, 1736. 
Married 2d, Abigail Jacobs of Hing- 
ham, 1737. 

Joshua, born June 16, 1738. 

Theopilus, born Nov. 20, 1730. 

David, born Dec. 1741. 

Abigail, born March 20, 1743. 

Mary, born Feb. 22, 1745. 

Hannah, born Dec. 9, 1746. 

Joanna, born May 29, 1749. 

Joseph, born Jan. 1751. 

LvDiA Herrick, m Eben. Thorn- 
dike, Sept. 5, 1750, settled at Portland, 
thence removed to Thoraastown. 

Lydia. 

Robert, living in T. aged 77, in 
'1843. 



Son 
112 
106 
Ch. 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 



Lydia THORNDiKE,Thomastown,i 
Roundy, Uving in 1842, aged 84. 

Son. 

Daughter. 

Daughter. 



Jushua Herrick, Beverly, Sedg- 
wick, 1769, m Huldah Brown, Aug. 
24, 1758. 

Born in Beverly. 

David, born Oct. 28, 1758, d. 

Abigail, born Dec. 8, 1759. 

Mary, born June 10, 1761. 

Joshua, born Feb. 19, 1763. 

Samuel, born Dec. 25, 1764. 

Amos, born Nov. 23, 1766, d. 

Joseph, born June 6, 1769. 

Born in Sedgwick. 

Theopilus, born May 29, 1771. 

Huldah, born May 26,1773, /ic.l844. 

Joanna, born Jan. 17, 1775. 

Apphia, born Sept. 2, 1778. 

Hannah, born Nov. 29, 1781. 



Abigail Herrick of Sedgwick, m 
Rev. Ebenezer Eaton of Mt. Desert. 

Amos, m 1st, Susannah Herrick, 
No. 208 ; 2d, Widow Burnhani. 
Ebenezer. 
David. 
Joshua. 
Mary. 
Abigail. 



■97 


"7 


Mary E.\ton, m Webster of Port- 
land. 


Ch. 


8 




99 




Ebenezer. 


100 




Deborah. 


101 




A daughter who to a Craige. 



7 Abigail Eaton, m Richard Currier, 
Sedgwick. 

Thomas, vi Mary Jordon, 6 children. 
Richard,??tnoch.Representativel845. 
Ebenezer, not married. 



Samuel Herrick of Sedgwick, m 
Ruth Trussell. 

Betsey. 
Huldah. 
Tenny. 
Samuel. 
David. 

Joshua, m Ann Maria Hinkley of 
Bluehill, two children. 

Amos, Physician, Deer Isle, no ch. 



7) Betsey Herrick, m John Smith of 

I Massachusetts. 
8| 

Ebenezer Smith of Sedgwick. 



Huldah Herrick, Sedgwick, 7» 
David Morgan, d. 
Porter. 
Elizabeth. 
Kingsbury. 
Tenny. 
Caroline. 



28 



HENRY OF BEVERLY. 



107 


8 


Tenny Herrick, Sedgwick, m Jo- 
anna Allen. 


129 


7 


Hannah Jones Herrick of Bev- 
erly, m William G. Conant of Alfred, 


Ch. 


9 








Nov. 14, 1828. 


118 




Caroline. 


Ch 


8 




119 




Mary Ann. 
Joanna. 


1481 


William Greene. 


320 


130 


7 


Harriett Herrick, m 1st, Colonel 


121 1 


Frances Aurelia. 






Daniel Proctor, Beverly, Aug. 2, 1819,' 


108 


7 


Samuel Herrick, m 1st Charlotte 


who d Nov. 21,. 1822. 






Morgan. 


Ch. 


8 




Ch. 


8 




149 




Mary. 


122 




Huldah. 

Married 2d, Rebecca Obear, Sedg- 
wick. 


150 




Carohne. 

Married 2d, Lewis Elhott, Hartford, 
Conn. 


Ch. 


84 


"6 


Mary Herrick, m John Smith, Esq. 


123 




Climena. 


Ch. 


7 


Bradford, Mass. 


109 


7 


David Herrick, vi Sarah Merrill, 




Son 


8 




151 




Mary, m Judge Jesse Carr, Golfs- 


123 




Warren Herrick of Sedgwick. 






town, N. H. 


"85 


"6 


Joshua Herrick, Beverly, d Jan. 
14, 1833, m Mary Jones, Beverly, 1788. 


Seven others. 




"87 


"6 


Joseph Herrick, d. m Betsey Trus- 


Ch. 


7 








sel. 


124 




Mary, m John Usher, July, d Sept. 


Ch. 


7 








1808. 


152 




Apphia, d. 


125 




Benjamin Jones, born April 8, 1791. 


153 




Sophia, d. 


12G 




Joshua, born March 18, 1793. 


154 




Joshua, d. 


127 




Huldah, born Jan. 10, 1796 


155 




Joseph. 


128 




Sophia, born Sept. 27, 1798. 


156 




Lois. 


129 




Hannah Jones, born Feb. 14, 1805. 


157 




Theophilus, d. 


130 




Harriett, i Twins, born 
Caroline, (Z infant, 5 May, 1811. 


158 




Kendall, d. 


131 




159 




Moses, lives in Plymouth, Penob- 


132 




Caroline, born Aug. 1807, d Oct. 15, 






scot Co. 






1821. 


160 


1 Salome, m Capt. David Harding. 


125 


1 


Benjamin Jones Herrick, Alfred, 
Me., late Sheriff, now Register of 


155 


'' 


Joseph Herrick, m 1st Mary Mor- 
gan. 






Deeds for York Co., m Mary Couant 


Ch. 


8 








of Alfred, Jan. 14, 1817. 


161 




Augusta. 


Ch. 


8 








Married 2d, Mary Ann Merrill, d 


133 




Mary Caroline. 






and her first child. 


134 




Horatio Gates. 


"90 


~6 


Joanna Herrick, m Rev. Amos 


135 




Nathaniel Jones. 






Allen, Bluehill, 


136 




Harriett Proctor. 


Ch. 
162 


7 




I26 




Joshua Herrick, Kennebunkport, 


Hepsebeth. 




Member of Congress for District No. 1, 


163 




Ebenezer. 


1 


Me., m Hannah Rogers, Alfred, May 


164 




Herrick. 


1 


19, 1830. 


165 




Amos. 


Ch. 


8 




166 




Joanna. 


137 




Judith. 


167 




Huldah. 


138 




Caroline Augusta. 


168 




Joseph. 


139 




Donna Maria. 


169 




Harriett. 


140 




Mary Wallingford. 

Hannah ShiUaber. \ 


170 




George. 


141 


162 


~7 


Hepzebeth Allen, m Joseph Her- 


127 


~7 


Huldah Herrick of Beverly, m\ 


rick, No. 






Elijah Hadlock, Mt. Desert, d 1828, \ 


Ch. 


8 








widow lives in Beverly. [ 


171 




Kesiah. 


Ch. 


8 


] 


172 




Joanna. 


142 




Caroline. < 


173 




Cordelia. 


143 




Joshua. ; 


174 




Salome. 


144 




Sarah. 


175 
176 
177 
178 




Hepsebeth. 
Loiza. 
Emily. 
Margarett. 


128 
Ch. 


"7 
8 


Sophia Herrick, Beverly, m Ezra^ 
Dodge, Wenham. i 

Elizabeth Porter. i 


145 


165 


"7 


Amos Allen, m Polly Walker, 


146 




Daniel Proctor, ' 






Brooksville. 


147 




Sophia. 'i 


Ch. 


8 






179 




Bailey. 






■<' 


180 




David. 



HENRY OF BEVERLY. 



29 



169j 

Ch.\ 
1811 
1821 

"or 



Ch. 
183 
184 

185 
183 



Harriett Allen, m Capt. Joseph 't 208 
Cole. 



George. 
Joseph. 



Apphia Herrick, ?re Samuel Wa£- 
son, Sedgwick. 



Son 

186| 
184 



Eliza. 1 220 

Ebenezer. ? 221 

Reuben. 1 222 

Tj Eliza Watson, m Colonel Daniel \ 218 
I Dougherty, Sedgwick. 



Daniel Proctor. 



Ch. 
191 
192 
193 
]94 
195 
196 
197 
"92 
Ch. 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 



Ebenezer WATsor 
Reed. 

Judith. 
Sophia. 
Hannah. 
Ehzabeth. 



TO Widow 



Reuben Watson, m Eliza Herrick, 

No. 

Jones, d. 

Reuben. 

Rosella. 

David, m Judith Smith, no children. 

Joshua, not married. 

Samuel, " " 

John Smith, « " 



Ch. 
:223 
:224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
i23]^ 
223 



Ch. 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
232 



Hannah Herrick, to John Allen. 

William, d. 

Edith, m Samuel Hooper. 

Hannah. 

John, d at sea. 

Prince, m Elizabeth Hooper. 

Groves. 



200 


7 


Hannah Allen, to Humphrey 
Wells. 


Ch. 


8 




204 




Joseph. 


205 




Huldah. 


206 




Amanda. 


4 


3 


Samuel Herrick, Beverly, settled 
in Gloucester about 1720, d 1743, to 
Sarah Leach, Salem, May 25, 1691. 


Ch. 


4 




207 




Sarah, born Dec. 8, 1692, m Herbert 
Thorndike. 


208 




Joseph, born Nov. 16, 1695. 


209 




Lydia, born Jan. 26, 1698, to Benj. 
Woodbury. 


210 




Abigail, born Nov. 13, 1699, m Isaac 
Woodbury. 


211 




Samuel, born Nov. 16, 1702. 


212 




Samuel, " Jan. 25, 1705. 


213 




Thomas, born April 14, 1707. 


214 




Benjamin, born Dec. 10, 1710, d at 
sea, about 1751. 


215 




Lucy, born April 16, 1713, vi Thomas 
Woodbury. 


2lb 




Ebenezer, born July 31, 1818. 



Ch. 
237 

238 
239 
240 
241 1 
242 
243 
244 
1245 
238 



224 



Son 
246 



Ch. 
;250 
251 



Joseph Herrick, Gloucester, d 
1777, to Mary Woodbury, Beverly 
Jan. 7, 1721. 

Sarah, born Feb. 21, 1724. 
Joseph, bom Aug. 1725. 
Mary, born Sept. 26, 1726, to Hotch- 
kiss. 
Eunice, bom March 1728, to Leach. 
Lydia, born May, 1730. 
Israel, born May, 1732. 



51 Joseph Herrick, Gloucester, m 

Tryphosa Groves, April 26, 1750. 
6 
I John. 
[ Richard. 
I Joseph. 
I Israel. 

Tryphosa, m Zebulon Davis, Poland. 

Ruth, i TO Joseph Babson, New- 

Lydla, ) Twins. buryport. 

Emma, to Weeden Cole. 
' Catherine. 



John Herrick, yn Elizabeth Bray^ 
settled in Poland, Me., 1772. 

John. 

Israel of Minot, Me. 

Moses " 

Asa " 

Richard, lives in Poland. 



John Herrick, removed to Dexter 
and thence to Orono, m Sarah Strout. 

Jacob. 

Benjamin. 

John. 

Charles. 

Elizabeth. 

Sarah. 

Silence. 

Elvira. 

Iris. 



Benjamin Herkick, a Christian 
band Preacher, to Susan Ghdden of 
Unity, settled in E.xeter, Me. 



Richard Herrick of Gloucester, 
d 1832, TO 1st, Thankful Haskell, Aug. 
6, 1786, 2d, Betsey Dodge, 1797. 

Richard Herrick, to Thankful Rust, 
Feb. 1822. 



Joseph Herrick, Gloucester, living 
in 1842, TO Thankful Lufkin, 1798. 

Joseph. 



7| Isaac Adams Herrick, to Anna 
Friend, Jan. 1835. 

Mary Elizabeth. 



Joseph Herrick, Gloucester, m. 
Eliza Friend, June 12, 1831. 

Josepli Franklin. 
Eliza Ann. 



30 



HENRY OF BEVERLY. 



231 

Ch. 
1>52 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 

Ch. 
258 
259 
260 
212 



Ch. 
261 
262 
263 
264 
265 
266 
267 
268 



Catherine 
Haskell. 



IIerrick, m. Amos J 



Catherine, or Caroline. 
Amos. 
Ezra. 
Lydia. 
Asa. 

Sydney Haskell, Gloucester, m. 
Ruth Herrick, No. 477. 

Sydney. 
Isaac F. 
Lucy Ann W. 



Samuel Herrick, Gloucester, d. 

1764, 7ft. 1st, Kesiah Haskell, 1731, d. 

s.p. 2d. Prudence Haskell, 1733, d. 
1774. 

Benjamin, born March, 1734. 

Hannah, 

Lucy, 

Ebenezer, 

Andrew, 

Samuel, 

John, 

Daniel, 



Oct. 1735. 
March, 1738. 
Dec. 1739. 



Aug. 
Dec. 



1742. 
1744. 

1747. 
1750. 



261 


5 


Benjamin Herrick 


married Emma 






Groves, 1765 ; settled 


at Walnut-hill 






Parish, N. Yarmouth, 


wrhere his pos- 


Ch. 
269 


6 


terity still reside. 




Lucy Groves. 




270 




Catherine. 




271 




Prudence. 




272 




Emma. 




273 




Judith. 




274 


1 Benjamin. 




271 


6 


Prudence Herrick 


, Gloucester, m. 


Ch. 
275 


7 


Samuel Sargeant of SquamParish,Glo. 


Samuel. 




276 




Lucy. 




272 


6 


Emma Herrick, Gloucester, m. 1st, 






William Cole. 




Ch. 


7 







277 

278 



Ch. 
279 



Benjamin. 
William. 
2d, Israel Morgan, Beverly. 

Lucy. 

Pitman. 

Betsey. 



;282 


7 


Emma Herrick, m. Levi Hayes, 
North Yarmouth. 


i Ch. 


8 




J 291 




Levi. 


U92 




Ann. 


|293 




Benjamin. 


(294 




Jacob. 


295 




Jane. 


296 




Edward. 


285 


7 


Emily Herrick, m. Daniel Herrick 
of Gardiner, Me. 


Ch. 


5 




2971 


Sarah Jane. 


262 


5 


Hannah Herrick, Gloucester, ?«. 
Abraham Somes, settled at Mt. Desert, 
Maine. 


Ch. 


6 




298 




John, lives at Mt. Desert. 


299 




Abraham, lives at do. 


300 




James, lives at Solon, Somerset Co. 


301 




Isaac, " Fairfield, Kennebec Co. 


302 




Mary, m. James Fly, Sedgwick. 


303 




Hannah, m. Abraham Reed. 


304 




Mercie, m. Amariah Dodge. 


305 




Lois, m. Abner Dodge, 1791. 


306 




Elizabeth, ?«. Thomas, Mt. Desert. 


305 


6 


Lois Somes, m. Abner Dodge, Sedg- 
wick, 1791. 


Ch. 


7 




307 




Hezekiah m. Betsy Wells. 


308 




Daniel m. Prudence Wells. 


309 




Jonathan Bassy, m. Deborah Dodge. 


310 




Sophia m. Nath'I Sawyer ; son War- 
ren Kittredge. 


311 




Lois, TO. Newton Stover, Bluehill. 


312 




Jacob, TO. Emily Herrick, No. 375. 


313 




Ehza,TO. John Augustus, a French'n. 


314 




Eunice, to. John Holt, Bluehill. 


315 




Moses, Physician, Livermore, m. 
Loi^a Coffin, Livermore. 



Ebenezer Herrick, Gloucester, 
settled in Sedgwick. 

Hannah to. Nicholas Obear. 

Phebe, m. Samuel Hale. 

Shadrach. 

Susanna, to. AmosEaton, Mt. Desert. 

Lois. 

Ebenezer. 

Rebecca, m. Samuel Watson. 

Ruth, TO. John Wells. 



Ch. 

282 
283 
284 
285 
2861 
287 
288 
289 
290 



6| Benjamin Herrick, N. Yarmouth, ! 
\d. Jan. 3, 1837, in. Lydia Porter of | 
I North Yarmouth. 

Emma. 
Benjamin. 
John Groves. 
Emily. 
Samuel. 
Lydia. 

Harriett Newall. 
Susan Barbour. 
Charles Edwin. 



318 


6 


Shadrach Herrick, 
Obear. 


TO. Joanna 


Ch. 


7 






324 




Amos. 




325 




William. 




326 




Elizabeth. 




327 




Edmund. 




328 




Joel. 




329 




Joanna. 




330 




Shadrach. 




331 




Sophia. 





I William Herrick, Sedgwick, to. 
|lst, Mary Doherty. 



Son\ 
332 



Reuben,7H.2d, widow Ann Page,2ch. 



HENRY OF BEVERLY. 



31 



265 

Ch. 
333 
334 

335 
336 
337 
338 
339 1 
3401 
341 



Andrew Herrick, Gloucester, set- 
tled in Penobscot, d. 1812,m.five wives. 

Reuben, settled in Northport. 
Samuel, do. do. 

George, do. do. 

Mercie, m. Gray. 
Sarah. 

David, lives in Bluehill. 
Alexander, do. do. 
Isaac, do. do. 

Joseph, do. do. 



2661 51 


Samuel Herrick, Gloucester, set- 


1 




tled in Sedgwick, m.lst,Sarah Luf kin. 






Gloucester, 1768,?ji.2d,Emina Roundy, 






Bluehill. 


Ch. 


6 




342 




Mary. 


343 




John. 


344 




Humphrey. 


345 




Rachel. 


346 




Prudence. 


347 




Samuel. 


348 




Benjamin. 


349 




Joseph. 


350 




Anna. 


351 


Ruth. 


3421 6 


Mary Herrick, m. William Wells. 


Ch. 


7 




352 




Rachel, m. William Fly. 


353 




John, VI. Ruth Herrick, No. 323. 


354 




Elizabeth, m. Hezekiah Dodge. 


355 




Prudence, m. Daniel Dodge. 


356 




Sarah, m. Blake. 


357 




Richard, m. Joanna Babson. 


358 




Humphrey, m. Hannah Allen. 


359 




Sophronia, m. Nathan Parker. 


360 


1 Clarissa. 


361 




1 Loiza. 



345 1 
Ch.\ 
378 
379 
380 
381 
382 
383 
384 
385 



Rachel Herrick,™. Thomas Allen. 

Richard, d. s. -p. 

Nehemiah, lives in Cherryfield. 

Ruth, m. in Sedgwick. 

Samuel, hves in Cherryfield. 

John, m. 

Sophia. 

Thomas, d. s. p. 

Zilpha. 

Ehzabeth. 



346 6 

1 
Ch.\ 7 
387 
388 
389 
390 
391 
392 
3731 

: ch.\ 

3931 

3941 
3J7 



343 


^ 


John Herrick, Sedgwick,m. Rachel 
Allen. 


Ch. 


7 




362 




Eliza, m. Reuben Watson. 


363 




Humphrey, m. Sarah Holden. 


364 




Rosella, m. William Hooper. 


365 




Hannah, w. Jonathan Allen. 


366 




Israel, m. Charlotte York. 


367 




Rachel, m. John York. 


368 




Theophilus, m. Patience Porter. 


369 




Richard. 


370 




John, m. Cordelia Herrick. 


371 




Caroline, m. James Hall. 


344 1 6 


Humphrey Herrick, Sedgwick, m 




Anna Freeman, Mount Desert. 


Ch. 7 




3721 


George. 


3731 


Arthur. 


374 1 


Daniel. 


3751 


1 Emily m. Jacob Dodge, No. 312. 


3761 


1 Two others. 


377 


! 


1 Catherine. 



Prudence Herrick, m. Benjamin 
Bunker ; settled in Williamsburg, d. 
1835. 

Daughter m. Quimby, d. 

Mary, m. Nathaniel Shaw,Bangor,«?. 

Emily, m. do. removed to Boston. 

William m. Miller of Williamsburg. 

Perry. 

Benjamin, 



AuTHUR Herrick, m. Elcy Hatch. 



Roswell. 
Catherine. 



71 Catherine Herric 
B. Bachellor. 



K, m. Joseph S. 



Ch. 
395 
396 
397 
347 



Ch. 
398 
399 
400 
401 
402 
403 
404 
405 
406 



Hannah. 

James. 

Julia, VI. Simpson, one child. 



6 Samuel Herrick, Esq, Sedgwick, 
m Rebecca Cole. 

Nelson, m Mary Babson, 1842. 

Emma Brown. 

Susan Cole. 

Elizabeth Brown. 

Maria. 

Rebecca Sargent. 

Rosella Hooper. 

Rufus Walker. 

Lucinda Blake. 



348 


6 


Benjamin Herrick, Ellswerth, m 
1st, Martha Fly. 


Ch. 


7 




407 




Thomas Adams,?/i Nancy Treworgy, 
Dec. 1838. 


408 




Joanna. 


409 




Jeremiah. 


410 




Elizabeth. 


411 




Dorothy. 


412 




Margarett. 


413 




Christiana. 

Married 2d, Widow Wood, family 
name. Hatch. 


414 




One son. 



32 



HENRY OF BEVERLY. 



John Herrick, Gloucester, Sedg- 
wick, m Phebe Osgood, Bluehill. 

John. 

Lucy. 

Phebe. 

Abigail. 

Phineas. 

Ebenezer. 

Isaac. 

David. 

Daniel, 

Hannah. 

Mary. 

William. 



John Herrick, m Abigail Cole, d 
1832. 

Phebe. 

Sarah. 

Lydia. 

Licetta. 

Harriett m Walter Herrick, No. 

Abigail. 

Otis. 

Mary. 

Ann. 



,268 


5 


Daniel Herrick, Gloucester, 


Ch. 
460 


6 


Squam Parish, wi Ruth Avery, 1774. 


Samuel. 


H61 




Daniel. 


462 




John, 


^463 




Theophilus. 


^^4 




Judith. 


U65 




Anna. Sarah. 


\466 




Ruth. 


460 


6 


Samuel Herrick, Newburyport, 
Ship Master, m Abigail Haskell, d 






1831. 


Ch. 


7 




467 




Abigail. 


468 




Samuel. 


U69 




Elizabeth, m Malachi Andrews of 
Gloucester, and has a large family. 


j461 


61 Daniel Herrick, Gloucester, m 




1 Elizabeth Wallace, 1806, removed to 




IWest Gardiner, Me., 1824. 


\ Ch. 


71 


470 


1 Daniel. 


^471 




Eliza Ann. 



416 


6 


Lucy Herrick, m Peter Harriman, 


Ck. 


7 


Sedgwick. 


436 




William. 


437 




John. 


438 




Phebe. 


417 6 


Phebe Herrick, m John Merrill, 


Ch. 7 


Sedgwick. 


439 


Daniel. 


440 


Lucy. 


418 6 


Abigail Herrick, m David Os- 


Ch. 7 


good, Bangor. 


441 




Abba. 



4721 
473 
474 
470 



Ch 

475 1 
5 463" 



Sarah Jane, d. 

John. 

Sophronia. 



Daniel Herrick, West Gardiner, 
Ship Master, m Emily Herrick, North 
Yarmouth, No. 285. 

Sarah Jane. 



I Hannah. 

Herrick. 

Maria. 
I Abigail. 



Daniel Herrick, Charleston, m 
Jerusha Cole. 

George, born 1817. 
Thomas, born 1820. 
Susannah, born 1822. 
Daniel, born 1824. 
Marietta, born 1827. 
Ann Maria, born 1829. 



Mary Herrick, m Samuel Luf kin. 

Samuel. 
Luther. 
Calvin. 
Prince. 



\Ch. 
476 
477 

478 
479 

480 
481 
; 482 
483 
464 



] Ch. 

484 
485 
486 

487 



William 
Hooper. 
Porter. 
Colman. 
David, 
Kitlredgc 



Herrick, m Hannah 



Twins. 



Theophilus Herrick, Esq., Glou- 
cester, West Parish, m Dorothy Bray, 
1813. 

Isaac F. 

Ruth, m Sydney Haskell, No. 257. 

Samuel. 

Edward H. P. 

Maria. 

Theophilus. 

Nancy H. 

Gardiner W. 



Judith Herrick, Gloucester, m 
Zebulon Haskell, Gloucester. 

Zebulon. 
Judith. 
Nancy. 

Lemuel, m Clarrissa Bray. 
Jacob, m Adeline Marshall, son and 
daughter. 

Benjamin, m Mary Obear, one son. 

Ruth. 

Alinia, in Reuben Burnham, one son. 



465 


6 


Anna Herrick, m Jacob Haskell. 


Ch. 


7 




492 


7 


Eliza Ann, (and two others,) m 
William Lang, Newbury. 


Ch. 


8 




492 




William. 


493 




Jacob Haskell. 


494 




Ebenezer Knapp. 


495 




March. 


496 




Daniel. 


497 




John. 



HENRY OF BEVERLY. 



33 



2131 



4 Thomas Herrick, Es(i. Gloucester, I 
(1 1787, aged73, m Ist, Abigail Eveleth, | 
1732. : 

Thomas, bapt. March 1733. 

Abigail, bapt. Sept. 1734, m Cole. 

Sarah, bapt. April 1736, m Cole. 

Lydia, bapt. Dec. 1738, m Dodge of 
Bluehill, eight children. 

Samuel, bapt. Aug. 1740. 

Susannah, bapt. Jan. 1742, m Hull. 

Married 2d, Mary, widow of Joseph 
Preston, and herself a Preston, and 
relative of the Compiler of this. 

Ruth, born Aug. 1743. 
Mary, born May, 174.5. 
Triphosa, born March 1747, rf young. : 



493 


"^ 


Thomas Herrick, Gloucester, d 
1784, m 1st, Jerusha Haskell, Glouces- 
ter, 1756. 


Ch. 


G 




r)07 




William Haskell. 


508 




John Warren. 

Married 2d, Susanna Cheat, Ips- 
wich, 176G. 


Ch. 






5on 




Jerusha. 


510 




Thomas. 


511 




Susanna. 


512 




Elizabeth. 


513 




Soloman. 


514 




Lydia. 



William Haskell, d 1806, m 1st, 
Elizabeth Haskell, 1780. 

William. 

John Warren. 

Married 2d, Phebe Steele, 1786. 

Moses. 

Thomas. 

Phebe. 

Betsey. 

Martha. 



Thomas Herrick, Gloucester, Ship 
Master, m Sarah Winsor .of Duxbury, 
settled there, d at Richmond, Va. 1814, 
aged 40. Gave his estate to his wife 
who m Thomas Asbury a Methodist 
Minister, and removed with him to 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Thomas Waterman Herrick, Brigh- 
ton, Merchant, a nephew of Sarah 
Winsor, took the name of Herrick, 
and shares the estate with his aunt. 

Here the male line of Thomas, No, 
213, becomes extinct. 



524 


6' 


Weden Cole, Gloucester, m Em- 
na Herrick, No. 230. 


Ch. 


7 




5261 




Azar. 


527 




Weden. 


528 




Salathiel. 


529 




Israel. 


530 




Benjamin. 


526 


7 


Azar Cole, Gloucester, m Sally 
Wallace. 


Ch. 


8 




531 




Elizabeth. 


532 




Warren. 


533 




George, and two others. 


504 


"5 


Ruth Herrick, Gloucester, ?« John 
Tyler, settled in New Gloucester, Me. 
on a farm given her by her father who 
was one of the original grantees of that 
township, d in Garland, 1832. 


Ch. 


6 




534 




Joseph Preston. 


535 




Mary. 


536 




Sarah. 


537 




John. 


538 




Rebecca. « 


539 




Isaac. 


540 




Ruth. 


541 




Thomas Sargent. 


542 


Simeon. 


543 


James. 


544 


Clarissa. 


545 1 


Susanna. 


534 


6 


Joseph Preston Tvlek, m Susan- 
nah Marston, J'almouth, settled in 
Bangor. 


Ch. 


7 




546 




Simeon, m Anna Evans, New 
Gloucester, eight children. 


547 




Abigail, m John Finson, Bangor, 
nine children. 


548 




Cyntha, m George W. Eastman, 
Corinth, five children. 


549 




Thomas Herrick, vi Betsey Finson 
Bangor, six children. 


550 




Ephraim. 


551 




Mary Grovenor, vt Nichols, Corinth 
three children. 



500 5 


Sarah Herrick, Gloucester, 
Weden Cole, Gloucester. 


m 


Ch. 6 






522 


Thomas. 




5231 


William. 




5241 


Wtxden. 





535 



556 
557 



558 
559 



525 



Sulathicl. 



6 Mary Tyler, m Joseph Treadwell, 
New Gloucester, Garland, &Bangor,rf. 

Susan, m Palmer, Exeter, thirteen 
children, one of whom, Ruth, m Jesse 
Norcross of Bangor. 

Ruth. 

Joseph, m Mitchell, one child. 

John, m. three children. 

Sarah. 

Mary, m Joseph Rollins, Exeter, ten 
children. 

Benjamin, in Simpson, one child. 

Tlionias Herrick, vi Emery of Hamp- 
den, two children. 

Simeon, m Harriett Ray, Bangor, 
one child. 

Infant, d. 



34 



HENRY OF BEVERLY. 



Sarah Tyler, m Walter Blasdell, 
Esq., Lewistown. 

Fidelia. 

Affiance, w. Nichols. 
Josiah, m Olive Bradford, Minot. 
John Tyler, m Mary Gove Herrick, 
No. 231. 



537 


6 


John Tyler, Garland, 7/1 Anna 
Chase. 


Ch. 


7 




566 




Martha, m Jabez Finson, Bangor, 
six children. 


567 




Anna, vi Thomas Goss, Bangor, six 
children. 


538 


6 


Rebecca Tyler, m William Blas- 
dell, settled in Bangor. 


Ch. 


7 




568 




Walter Robie. 


569 




Lucy. 


570 




William. 


571 




Sullivan. 


572 




John. 


573 




Nathaniel. 


574 




Thomas Herrick, d. 



Ch. 
602 
603 
604 
COS 
579 



Ch. 



Betsey Little Chase, m Horatio 
Gates, Lincoln. 

Horatio. 
Ruth. 
Augusta. 
Alfred. 



5051 5 

Ch.\ 6 
:606| 
607 
6081 
6091 

6101 
61l| 

2141 4 



Thomas Herrick Chase, Lincoln, 
m Mary, dau. of Alfred Gates, Esq., 
Lincoln. 

Four first d in infancy. 



Mary Herrick, Gloucester, m 
Samuel Bray of G 

Mary. 
Abigail. 
Tryphosa. 

Thankful, m Joshua Plummer, Dor- 
chester, Mass. 
Ruth. 
Charlotte. 



Ruth Tyler, m Stephen Chase, 
Esq., settled 1st, Lewiston, 2d, Green- 
wood, and finally at Lincoln, Penob- 
scot Co., Me. 

Clarina. 

Ruhamah Cutter. 
Ruth Tyler. 
Betsey Little. 
Thomas Herrick. 
Peter Merrill. 
Cyrus Hamlin. 
Stephen Sullivan. 
Noah Curtis. 
Dudley Fiske. 
Abner B. 



575 


/ 


Clarina Chase, in Daniel Curtis, 
Paris. 


Ch. 

586 


8 


Edmund Chase. 


587 


Isaac Somes. 


588 


Cyrus. 


589 


Martha Bacon. 


590 


Ruth Tyler. 


576 


7 


Ruhamah Cutter Chase, m Ben- 
jamin Davis, Woodstock, Oxford Co. 


Ch. 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 
596 
597 


8 


Emeline. 

Ruhamah. 

Benjamin. 

Stephen. 

Chase. 

Seth. 

Cyrus. 


577 


7 


Ruth Tyler Chase, in Simeon 
Fickett, Woodstock. 


Ch. 

598 


8 


Chester. 


599 
600 
601 




Charlotte. 
Ehzabeth. 
Peter. 



Ch.\ 
6121 



Benjamin Herrick of Gloucester, 
Ship Master, m Eunice, daughter of 
Josiah Haskell of Gloucester, 1747, d 
at sea, 1751. 

Lucy, b 1748, living in Beverly 
1842, aged 92, m 1st, Doct. Israel 
Woodbury, Beverly, 1766, who d 1797, 
aged 83 ; m 2d, Capt. Zachariah Gage 
of Beverly, 1808, who d 1809. 

By first marriage. 

Hannah. 

Lucy. 



Ch. 
616 
617 
618 
619 
620 



Hannah Woodbury, Beverly, m 
Thomas Davis, Beverly. 

Charles, & two others, survivors of 
thirteen children. 



Jonathan Herrick, of Beverly, 
whence he removed to Concord, Mass. 
where he possessed considerable prop- 
erty in mills, «S:c., d 1724, m 1st, Eliz- 
abeth, daughter of William Dodge, 
Beverly, Oct. 28, 1696, who was born 
1672, d March 13, 1712, aged 39. 

Elizabeth, born May 6, 1697. 
WiUiam, " 1699. 

Rebecca, " May, 1702. ^ 
Jonathan, " Aug. 1706. 
Lydia, » July 12, 1709. 

Married 2d, Bethiah Conant, Bev- 
erly, Sept. 13, 1713. 

Israel, born 1714. 

A son, » 1715, d 1725. 

Mary, " Sept. 1717. 

Lucy. 

Joseph, born 1720. 



HENRY OF BEVERLY. 



35 



()25| 41 Joseph Herrick, Concord, pur- 
chased a farm in Groton, 1744, sold to 
Josiah Conant, 174G, lived awhile in 
Townsend, and finally settled in Brat- 
tleboro', Vermont, d March 16, 1795, 
m Lois Cutler, Chelmsford, 1742, who 
d Aug. 5, 1812, aged 92. 



Jonathan, born Sept. 26, 1743. 

Joseph, d s. p. about 1835, at Rum- 
ney, N. H. 

Shadrach. 

Lois, born in Chelmsford, 1749. 

Amos, m widow Miles, lives at Ma- 
son, N. H., no children. 

Abner. 

Bethiah. 

Mary. 



;636 

Ch. 
655 
656 
657 
658 
659 
660 
661 
662 



Abner Herrick, Chelmsford, m 
Elizabeth, who died 1789. 

Rebecca, b Nov. 21, 1776, m Wm. 
Byam, Feb. 19, 1795. 

Jemima, b Oct. 29, 1778, m 1st, John ; 
Davis ; 2d, B. Parkhurst. 

Elizabeth, born Jan. 29, 1781. 
I Patty, born April 26, 1783, d April 
|29, 1796. 

Polly, h Sept. 14, 1786, m Phineas _ 
Barrett, 1812. 
I Sarah, d May 30, 1785. 



626 


5 


Jonathan Herrick, Brattleboro', 
7n Mehitabel French, 1770. 


Ch. 
634 


6 


Jonathan, born April 1, 1771. 


635 
636 
637 
638 




John, " March 20,^28, 1779. 
Nathaniel, " March 7, 1772. 
Joseph, " " 1,1784. 
Seth, " April 16,1786. 


639 
640 
641 
642 

643 
644 




Asa, b Dec. 2, d Dec. 15, 1792. 
Lydia, born June 4, 1773. 
Mehitabel, » April 20, 1775. 
Elizabeth, b April 20, 1777, d March 
9, 1780. 

Edith, born Feb. 2, 1780. 
Elizabeth, » April 9, 1788. 


645 




Lucinda, " Aug. 13, 1790. 



634 


6 


Jonathan Herrick, settled in 
Farnham, Canada, m Lucinda Dicker- 
man, 1799. 


Ch. 
646 


7 


Josiah A. 


647 
648 
649 




John L. 
Samuel D. 
Mary. 


650 




Lucinda. 


651 




Chloe. 


652 




Theda. 


653 




Lois. 


654 




Maria. 



Nathaniel Herrick, Dummerston, 
Vt., m Lydia Eastman, 1806. 

James. 

John. 

Jonathan. 

Nathaniel. 

Esther. 

Harriett. 

Anna. 

Lydia. 



6-37 


T 


Joseph Herrick, Champion, New 
York, m Eunice Coughlan, 1807. 


Ch. 


7 




662 




Seth N. 


663 




George L. 


664 




William H. 


665 




Alfred A. 


666 




James F. 


667 




Sarah. 


668 


Jane. 


669 


Heliann. 


638 


6 


Seth Herrick, Brattleboro', m 
Melinda Coughlan, 1815. 


Ch. 


7 




670 




Seth N. 


671 




John N. 


672 




Melinda C. 


673 




Susan E. 


674 




Mary L. 


675 




Sarah A. 


676 




Ellen C. 



640 


6 


Lydia Herrick, m Grafton Luce of 
Stowe, Vt., 1803, rf 1821, three sons, 
two daughters. 


641 


6 


Mehitabel Herrick, m John Page, 
Clayton, N. Y., 1803, three daughters. 


643 


' 


Edith Herrick, m Calvin Sartle, 
Lowell, Vt., 1799, 5 sons, 3 daughters. 


645 


6 


Lucinda Herrick, m Lincoln Bi.x- 
by Dummerston, Vt. 1 son, 2 daughters. 


628 

Ch. 
677 
678 
679 
680 
681 
682 
683 
684 
685 
686 
687 
688 
689 


5 
6 


Shadrach Herrick, Chesterfield, 
N. H., 7n Abigail Stoddard. 

Silas. 
Samuel. 
Shadrach. 
Mason. 
Ralph. 
Zimri. 
Ira. 

Lanson. 
Joanna. 
Abigail. 
Theresa. 
Linda. ' 
Sophia. 

All but Silas live in New Hampshire, 
and have numerous families. 



JOSEPH OF SALEM. 



V. 


2 


€h. 


3 


1 




2 




3 




4 




CA. 




6 




7 




8 




9 




10 




11 




12 

T1 





JOSEPH HERRICK, Esquire, of : 
Cherry Hill, Salem, d. Feb.4, 1717-18, ; 
m. 1st, Sarah Leach, dau. of Richard ; 
Leach of Salem, Feb. 7, 1666-7, who ; 
died about 1674. 

Joseph, h. April 2, 1667. 

Benjamin, b. Jan.l, (Z.Feb.7,1669-70. 

John, b. Jan. 2.5, 1670-71. 

Sarah, baptized May 4, 1674. 
m. 2d, Mary Endicot, Salem, about 
1677-8, who d. Sept. 14, 1706. 

Henry, > Twins.rf. young, I believe. 

Martyn, 5 bap. Jan. 26, 1679-80. 

Benjamin, bap. 1680, d. young. 

Tryphosa, b. Nov. 16, 1681. 

Rufus, b. Nov. 21, 1683. 

Tryphena, b. April 9, 1685. 

Elizabeth, b. Oct. 16, 1686. 

Ruth, b. April 29, 1688. 

Edith, b. Feb. 20, 1690. 
jm. 3d, Mary, widow of Capt. George 
I March of Newbury, June 28, 1707, who 
survived him. 



19 5 



Joseph Herkick, settled on a farm 
given him by his father, in the N. W. 
corner of Beverly, near Wenham line ; 
thence he removed to Marblehead, 
where he kept a tavern ; thence to a ; 
farm on Mine Hill, Topsfield, gave a I 
lot for a burying ground, about half a \ 
mile south of Agawam river, March 13, 
1739, which is still occupied as such. 
He died Sept. 11, 174!) ; wife d. Sept. 
30, 1748 ; m. Elizabeth prior to 1696. 

Jsrp.pl, b. Sept. 30, 1606, d. s. p. 

Benjamin, h. April !4, 1700. 

Neliemiali, hapt. 1702. 

Mary, bapt. 1706. 

Joseph, bapt. 1709. 

The other children of Joseph and 
Elizabeth, d. young, or have escaped 
my vigilance. H. 



Benjamin Heukick, settled on the 
farm in Beverly and Wenham, given 
him by his father, whence he removed 
to Gage's Ferry, Methuen, where he 
d. 1773, m. Lydia Hayward, Nov. 27, 
1720. 

Israel, b. Dec. 3,1721. 

Edward, b. Jan. 6, 1724. 

Lydia, b. March 18, 1726. 

Nathaniel, b. May 26, 1727, d. 1736. 

Hannah, b. May 24, 1728. 

Anna, bap. March 20, 1 729. 

Anna, bap. Feb. 21,1730. 

Benjamin, bap. Feb. 24, 1732. 

Nehemiah, " " 9, 1735,fZ.Scpt. 
1737. 

Nathaniel bap. Oct. 31, 1736. 

Joseph, } Twins, d. young. 

Ebenezer, 5 bap. June 24, 1739. 

Thomas, bap. Aug. 3, 1711. 



Israel Herrick, Topsfield, Methu- 
en, Boxford and Lewiston, Maine, 
entered the army a Lieutenant, 174.5, 
served nineteen campaigns, left the 
army 1763, a brevet major. Fought 
at Bunker Hill, resigned his commis- 
sion, (major) when the army removed 
from Cambridge ; d,. at Lewiston, 
Sept. 14, 1782. Married 1st, Mary, 
dau. of John Bragg, who d. June 24, 
1748. 

Joseph, b. Sept. 21,1746, rf.Sop.l748. 

Israel, b. Dec. 27, 1747, d.in the army. 
m. 2d. Abigail, dau. of John Kilham 
of Boxford, 1749, who was b. Nov. 3, 
1725, d. Feb. 8, 1817. 

Joseph, b.'m Methuen, Sept. 14, 1750. 
John, do. do. July 9, 1752. 
Elizabeth, b. inBoxford,Aug.l9,1754. 
Mary, do. do. Feb. 24, 1756. 

Eli, 



Samuel, 



Twins, b. Sept. 5, 1759. 



Abigail, b. Oct. 12, 1761. 



Joseph Herrick, Esquire, Lewis- 
ton, 1772 ; Greene 1780 ; d. Sept. 17, 
1820 ; m. Mercie, dau. of Samuel Pres- 
ton and Elizabeth Scales, his wife, of 
Wilmington, Oct. 1775, who was born 
April 14, 1747, d. Aug. 16, 1820. 

Elizabeth, b. in Lewiston, July 16, 
1776. 

Joseph, b. do. Dec. 23, 1777. 

Jedediah, do. Jan. 9, 1780. 

Nathanielji. in Greene, July26,178]. 
Seth, do. do. Mar. 12, 1783. 

Samuel, do. do. Dec. 11, 1784. 
Henry, do. do. April 11, 1789. 



41 


7 


Elizabeth Herrick, Greene, m. 
Caleb Bates of Greene, Mar. 18, 1801. 


Ch. 


8 




48 




Thomas Herrick, b. 1802. 


40 




Elizabeth Cutler, b. 1804, m. Joseph 
Herrick, no ch. 


50 




Sarah Herrick, b. 1807. 


51 




Amy, b. 1809. 


52 




Caleb Strong, b. 1812. 


53 




Henry Herrick,^'. 1815. 



48 


8 


Ch. 


f) 


54 




55 




56 








ot 





Thomas Herrick Bates, Lagrange, 
. Wealthy Coburn of Greene. 

Flora, b. March 4, 1828. 
Loiza Helen, b. "20,1832,^.1835. 
Mary Ann Wallace, b. July 16,1834. 
Betsey Ann, b. Nov.12,1837, ri.l838. 



or 



JOSEPH OF SALEM. 



37 



50 


8 


€//. 


9 


58 




59 




(JO 




61 




62 





Sarah Herrick Bates, Greene, 
m. 1st, Doct. William Edwards, Har- 
mony. 

Charles Buck, b. Mar. 10, 1^26, d. at 
?a, 1843. 

Henry Herrick, b. May 28, 1828. 

Justin, b. March lr^, 1830. 

Caroline Frances, b. Oct. 28, 1831. 
I. 2d, Plummer of Litchfield, 1 ch. 



I Alonzo Herrick, Harmony, m. 
I Fanny Ramsdell, 1838. 

I William Alexis, b. 1841. 



M 


8 


Amy Bates, Greene, to. Jotham 
Moulton, Greene, settled in Lagrange. 


Ck. 


9 




63 




George Henry, b. Oct. 1836. 


(;4 




Jane. 


65 




John Bates. 


52 


8 


Caleb Strong Bates, Greene, set- 
tled in Lagrange, m. Clarissa Hinds, 
Livermore. 


Ch. 


9 




66 




Lafloid, b. June, 1834. 


67 




Mary E. K. b. Jan. 1836. 


68 




Ann Maria. 


69 




Hannah. 


53 


8 


Henry Herrick Bates, Greene, 
inherits a part of the paternal farm ; 
m. Marinda, daughter of Col. Moses 
Sprague of Greene. 


Cli. 


9 




70 




Moses. 


71 







"42 


"7 


Joseph Herrick, 


of Greene, Minot, 






and Harmony, m. Anna Larrabee of 






Greene, March 12, 1 


799. 


Ch. 


8 






72 j 


John Cutler, 


b. 1800, d. 1803. 


73 




Stephen Larrabee 


i. 1801. 


74 




Joseph, 


b. 1805. 


75 




George, 


b. 1807. 


76 




Jedediah, 


b. 1809, fZ.infant. 






Alonzo, 


i. 1811. 


78 




William, 


b. 1813, d.youns. 


79 




Orren, 


b. 1815. 


80 




Orville, 


b. 1817. 


81 




Mercie, 


b. 1803. 


82 




Mary, 


b. 1820. 



74 

Ch. 


8 
9 


83 




84 




85 




86 




87 




88 




89 




90 





Joseph Herrick, Harmony, 
Susan Brown, 1829. 



Anna, 

William Preston, 
Olive Jane, 
Grecnleaf Neally 
Charles Smith, 
Isaiah Brown, 
Henry, 
Harrison 



b. 1829. 
b. 1831. 
b. 1832. 
b. 1835. 
b. 1837. 
b. 1839. 



Twins, b. 184 



Ch. 
103 
104 
105 
43 



Orville Herrick, Parkman, 
Martha Davis, Cambridge. 

Albert. 

Ann. 

Orren. 

Orville, b. July, 1844. 



Mercie Herrick, m. Artemua 
Smith, of Parkman, 1835. 

Sarah, b. Oct. 1836. 
I Josiah. 



Mary Herrick,7» Josiah McPhetres 
Bangor. 

Mark. 
Lucinda. 
Orren, d. 



Ch. 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
HI 
112 
113 

114 



Jedediah Herrick, Esquire, set- 
tled in Hampden, Nov. 5, 1800 ; m. 1st 
Mehitabel, dau. of Joel Thompson, 
Esq. of Lewiston, Feb. 8, 1802, who 
d. March 22, 1839. 

Sophronia Preston, b. Jan. 1, 1803. 

Clara Cotton, b Sept. 15, 1804. 

Charlotte Thompson, b May 25,1806. 

Frances Tyler, b Dec. 25, 1807. 

Alfred, b Feb. 17, 1810. 

George Rupert, b May 10, 1812. 

Sarah Thompson, b July 10, 1814. 

Caroline Freeman, b Aug. 25, 1817, 
d May 2, 1818. 

Caroline Freeman, b Oct. 27, 1819. 
m. 2d, Feb. 22, 1843, Martha Cotton, 
widow of Nathaniel Eames and previ- 
ously wife of Henry No. 47. 



75 


8 


George Herrick, Cambridge, m 
Sobiah Chadbourne, Harmony. 


Ch. 


9 




91 




Rowena. 


92 




George Frankhn. 


93 




Corridon. 


94 







106 



Ch 
115 
116 
117 

118 

19 

120 

121 

122 
107 



SoPHKONiA Preston Herrick, d 
April 8, 1841, 3 P.M. of Consumption ; 
m Charles Buck, merchant, Hampden, 
August 14, 1825. 

Son b and d May 22, 1826. 

Charlotte Frances, b Feb. 19, 1828. 

Charles Herrick, b Jan. 9, 1830, d 
May 28, 1830. 

Mary Mehitabel, b Aug. 17, 1831. 

Charles William, b Aug. 19, 1833. 

Jedediah Herrick, b Aug. 21, 1835. 

Sophronia Preston Herrick, 6 May 
27, 1837. 

Jonathan Frederic, &April,rfDecl839 



Clara Cotton Herrick, to Joseph 
Hayden Jenne, Methodist Preacher, 
June 28, 1835, d Nov. 13, 1839. 



U.&rfl836. 



Daughter, 
Daughter, ^ 
Clara Cotton Herrick, b June 15, 
1838. 



38 



JOSEPH OF SALEM. 



Ch. 
126 
127 
128 
129 
i09~ 



Ch. 
130 
131 
110 



Son 
132| 
OF 



Ch. 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 



CHAnr.oTTK Thompson Herrick, 
m Reuben K. Stetson, Esq., Merchant, 
Hampden, Dec. 11,1835. 

Reuben Kidder, h Dec. 4, 1837. 
Charlotte Herrick, b Nov. 22, 1830. 
Ehzabeth Kidder. 
Henry, h 1845, d 1846. 



Frances Tyler Herrick, m Jesse 
Wentworth, Merchant of Hampden, 
Sep. 5, 1825, d May 20, 1829. 

Frances Ehzabeth, b May 26, 1826. 
Jedediah Herrick, b April 14, 1828. 



Alfred Herrick, Esq., Hampden, 
in 1st Mary Ann, daughter of Josiah 
Lane, Esq. of Prospect,Sept. 3, 1838,^/. 

Alfred, b March 16, 1839. 



112 



Ch. 
139 
140 



George Rupert Herrick, Hamp- 
den and Bangor, m Mary Childs Nich- 
ols of Nobleboro', June 14, 1835. 

Caroline Elizabeth. 
Infant daughter, d 
Helen Maria. 
Mary Erances. 
George. 



Sarah Thompson Herrick, m Oct. 
16, 1834, Camillus Kidder, Esq., Mer- 
chant, Bangor, removed to Cambridge, 
Maryland, 1838, thence to Baltimore, 
1842. 

Elizabeth, b in Bangor. 
Jerome Henry, b Oct. 26, 1842, in 
Baltimore Co., Maryland. 



114 



Ch. 
141 



142 



142 

44 



Caroline Freeman Herrick, in 
Sept. 13, 1839, Joshua Hill, Hampden, 
Lawyer. 

George Rupert Herrick, b Nov. 14, 
1840, ^Z Sept. 28, 1841. 

Frances Elizabeth Wentworth, born 
April 28, 1843, d Sept. 3, 1844. 

Mary Caroline, b March 15, 1846. 



Ch. 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
1441 

Ch\ 
151 1 

1521 
153 



Nathaniel Herrick, Esq., Greene, 
d Jan. 25, 1821, m Susanna, daughter 
of Aaron Dwinel, Esq. of Lisbon, Oct. 
1804. 

Amos, b &d 1805. 
EUza, b Oct. 1807. 
Aaron, born 1809, </. 
Ruth Dwinel, b Aug. 15, 1811. 
Sarah Dwinel, b Oct. 10, 1813. 
Whitman, b 1815, d. 

Mary Ann, b July 5, 1818. 

Delana, b June 1820. 

Eliza Herrick, vl John Heath, 
Litchfield, May 1833. 

Ellen Augusta, born Oct. 1835. 
Nathaniel Herrick, b Aug. 19, 1536. 
Frances Ann, b 1839, d 1841. 



Ch. 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 



Ch. 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164| 
159 



Ruth Dwinel Herrick, m Wm. P. 
Kilgore, 1835. 

Sarah Herrick, born Aug. 21, 18,36. 
Ruth Caroline, " April 7, 1838. 
Helen, " April 7, 1841. 



Seth Herkick, settled in Hamp- 
den, 1804, removed to Greene, 1813, 
d of Consumption at Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Jan. 6, 1818, m Ruth, daughter of Col. 
Wm. Sprague of Greene, Oct. 7, 1804, 
who died Dec. 26, 1835. ' 

Lavina Adeline. 

William Alexis. 

Susanna Sprague. 

Sarah Ann. 

Lucy. 

John Sabine. 



8| Lavina A. Herrick, m Daniel 
[Wilkins, Greene, 1829. 

I Seth Herrick. 
I Minerva. 

Ruth. 

Daniel. 



Ch. 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 



Son 
181 



William Alexis Herrick, Esq., 
of Greene, m Agnes Watson of Fay- 
ette, Sept. 12, 1830. 

Amanda, b Aug. 12, 1831. 
Seth, b Sept. 27, 1834. 
Alonzo. 
Lucy Ann. 



Samuel Herrick, Greene, removed 
to Ohio Township, Ohio, 1813, d July 
4, 1822, of Yellow fever on a Steamer 
from New Orleans bound up, m Cath- 
erine Molloy, Oct. 1807. 

Hannah Thompson. 

Matilda. 
I Catherine. 
I Eli. 
I Priscilla. 
I Henry. 
I Martha. 
I Sophrona. 

I Widow m Wm. Ormskirke Bowler, 
Irf, and widow lives in Indiana. 

I Samuel Herrick. 



173| 8 

i 



Ch 

182| 



175 



Hannah Thompson Herrick, m 
Feb. 18, 1836, Wm. L. Davis, Clarks- 
burg, Indiana, thence removed to Mis- 
souri. 

Jesse, b Nov. 14, 1836, and another. 



Catherine Herrick, 7/1 Stephen 
Parker of Indiana, 1832, rf 1834. 

Nancy Jane. 



JOSEPH OF SALEM. 



39 



Priscilla Herrick, m Raphael 
JollifF, Indiana, Aug. 1834. 

Catherine Ellenor. 
Ehzabeth Hannah. 
Another. 



Henry Herrick, Greene, d July' 
23, 181G, 7ft Martha Cotton, daughter < 
of Joel Thompson, Esq. of Lewiston, 
Jan. 1, 1812. 

Harriett Jewett, born Nov. 28, 1812. 
Eveline Thompson, h Jan. 22. 1814. 



Harriett Jewett Herrick, 
Sept. 9, 183.5, Horace Corbett, Esq. of| 
Lisbon. 

Harriett Herrick, b Sept. 1, 1836. 



199 

Ch. 
200 
2W| 
192^ 



Ch. 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 



Lydia Gove, m Day of Bangor. 



Eveline Thompson Herrick, d 
May, 1838, vi. Daniel Weymouth, 
Trader of Topsham, removed to Web- 
ster. 

Francis Purrington, h April 10, 1837. 



223 



Ch. 
225 



Mary, h Dec. 23, 1780. 

Oliver, h July 29, 1782. 

Ebenezer, /( Oct 21, 1785. 

Lydia, b Oct. 3, 1790. 



191 


7 


Mary Herrick, m Elijah Gove of 
Monmouth, who was h in Nottingham, 
N. H., Jan. 25, 1775, m 1804. 


Ch. 


8 




195 




Eliza, b Nov. 30, 1804. 


196 




OHve, b Dec. 1806. 


197| 


Bradburv, h March 6, 1811. 


1981 


Mary, h April 27, 1813. 


199 


Lydia, b Aug. 8, 1815. 


200 
201 


RutC"""' } Twins, & Feb. 4, 1819. 
Elvira, born July 17, 1821. 


203 


204 




Elijah Sherburne, b March 24, 1825. 



Ch. 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 



230 



Ch. 
236 
237 
238 
2391 



195i 8 

Ch.\ 9 

205 

206 

207 

208 


Eliza Gove, m Aaron Adams. 

Hannah Phillips. 
Mary Ann. 
George Nelson. 
Augusta. 



8| Bradbury Gove, m Sarah Titus of 
I Monmouth, June 1839, lived at Ban- 
Igor, at Monroe, and thence removed 
I to Monmouth. 



231 

Ch. 
240 
241 
243 
244 
245 



Oliver Herrick, Esq., Lewiston, 
Capt. in the U. S. Army, Representa- 
tive, Senator, &c., m 1st, Lydia, dau. 
of Ezekiel Thompson, Esq. Lisbon. 

Ezekiel Thompson, b Jan. 13, 1811. 
b May 4, 1813. 
b May 25, 1815. 
b July 23, 1816. 
h Sept. 15, 1821. 
widow Mary Davis, 



Elvi 
Hannah, 
John, 
Oliver, 
Married 2d, 



Poland, May 22, 1831. 



John Herrick, Lewiston, m Maria, 
dau. of Thomas Little, Esq. of Lewis- 
ton, Oct. 1840. 

Maria Augusta, b Aug. 1841. 



John Herrick, Esq., Lewiston, ] 193 7 
1772, rf May 7, 1834, aged 82, many 
years a Representative in the Legis- 
lature of Mass., m Lydia Graffam of 
Falmouth, March 14, 1780, who was b 
March 2, 1752, d Feb. 1830. 



Ebenezer Herrick, rf in Lewiston, 
1839, Member of Congress six years, 
TO Hannah, daughter of Hugh Molloy, 
who d in New York City, Nov. 1837. 

John, b Aug. 5, 1810, d Dec. 6, 1830. 
Anson, b Jan. 21, 1812. 
Mary Gove, b Jan. 25, 1813. 
James Lawrence, b June 4, 1815, d. 
Elvira Priscilla, b Oct. 25, 1816. 
Laura, b May 1, 1819. 
Hugh Molloy, b July 3, 1829. 



Anson Herrick, Wiscassett, thence 
removed to Bangor, and thence to 
New York City, m Lydia Wood of 
Wiscassett. 

Mary Wood. 
Moses Carleton. 
Anson. 



8 Mary Gove Herrick, m. John Ty- 
ler Blasdell of Lewiston, Jan. 1833. 

Hannah. 
Mary Eliza. 



I I 



Ch.\ 
2461 



Laura Herrick, New York, 
George Ogden of Jersey City, N. J. 

I Caroline, b Jan. 30, 1842. 



Mary Gove, m Nelson P. Barker, 
Lewiston. 

George Lamb. 
Lydia. 



41) 



JOSERH OF SALEM. 



Ch.\ 
2491 
250 1 
2511 
252 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 
24U 



2581 



EtiZABKTU Herrick, Lowiston,yi 
1834, m Tobias Ham, Bath, settled in 
Lewiston. 

Abigail, d. 

Elizabeth, h March 18, 1781. 

Mary, b June, 1782. 

K;:i Twins,.. 

Israel. 
Tobias, d. 
Thomas, d. 
John. 



"i Abigail Ham, Lewiston, m Nath'l 
jPettingill, Lewiston. 



Ch.\ 
2.59 1 

25lT 



Ch.\ 
2601 
2611 
2621 
2631 
2641 
2(J5 
266 
267 
268 
269 
2701 
2711 
2541 



Sarah Pettingill, m John Hatch, 
Lisbon. 



Elizabeth Ham, m Jonathan Slee- 
per, 1803, who died 1804. 

Ruth, h June, 1804. 



Mary Ham, /m Nathan Sleeper, 
who was born in N. H. 1777. 

Asa, h Apr. 10, 

Tobias Ham, h Jan. 27, 

Nathaniel Pettingill, /; Oct. 25, 
Jonathan, b Sept. 5, 

Ebenezcr Herrick, h Sept. 23, 



Sophronia, 

Nathan, 

Lydia Ham, 

Mary, 

Martha, 

Sumner, 

Julian Davis, 



b Jan. 31 
b Jan. 10, 
h Mar. 13, 
b July 13, 
b Oct. 13, 
b Mar. 15, 
b Aurr. 17, 



1801. 
1803. 
1804. 
1806. 
1808. 
1810. 
1813. 
1815. 
1817. 
1819. 
1823. 
1826. 



Ch.\ 

272 1 
273 1 

274 1 
2751 

Son\ 

276 



7 IsRAF.L Ham, settled in Lisbon, 
1st, Lucy Hinkley, Lisbon. 

Sarah, 

Charles. 

Isaac Curtis. 
I Israel. 
\m 2d, Clarissa Smith, Lisbon. 



I John. 



256| 7| Thomas Ham, Lewiston, </. ?K Anna 


1 IRand. 


Ch. 


8| 


277 




Huldah. 


278 




Herrick. 


279 




Jonathan. 


280 




Thomas. 


281 




a Son. 


257 


7 


John Ham, Lisbon, m 1st, Priscilla 
Hinkley, Lisbon. 


Ch. 


81 


282 




Edmund. 



283 1 
284 
285 
286 
287 



Hannah 

James. 

Priscilla 

William 

Lucy 



\ Twin,s 



m 2d, widow Mary Colby, 



Lisbon, 



Ch.\ 
2881 
2891 
290 1 
291 
292 1 
293 
2941 
2951 
228" 



Marv Herri 

•, Wales. 

Elizabeth. 

James. 

John. 

Isaac. 

Jacob. 

Daniel. 

Thomas. 

Isaiah. 



m Eliphalet Book- 



Elizabeth Booker, m John Hunt- 
ington, Litchfield. 

Levi. 

Judith. 

Anna. 

Uriah. 

Mary. 

Elizabeth. 

John. 

Herrick. 

Hannah. 



Levi Huntington, 
Judith Cleaves. 

1 Elizabeth. 
William. 
Samuel. 
Uriah. 



Litchfield, 



298 


8 


Anna Hustington, niarriedWilliam 
Leavitt. 


Ch. 


9 




309 




Hannah. 


310 




John. 


299 


8 


Uriah Hcntington, m. Eveline 
Leavitt. 


Son 


9 




311 




Alvin. 


289 


7 


James Booker, Litchfield and West 
Gardiner, m Hannah Huntington. 


Ch. 


8 




312 




Elizabeth. 


313 




Hannah. 


314 




James. 


315 




Emily. 


316 




Timothy. 



313 


8 


Hannah Booker, m Joseph Doug- 
lass. 


Ch. 


9 




317 




Joseph. 


318 




Hannah. 


319 




James. 


320 




Benjamin. 


321 




Jane. 


292 


7 


Jacob Booker, Gardmer, m Sarah 


Ch. 


8 


Storms. 


322 




Joseph. 


323 




James Herrick. 


324 




Sarah. 


325 




William Sanford, d. 


326 




Jane. 


327 




Herrick. 


328 




Sanford. 


329 




Zilpah. 


330 




Warren. 


331 




Ancil. 



JOSEPH OF SALEM 



41 



293 1 
Ch.\ 
332 
333| 
3341 
335 
3361 
337 
338 
294 



Ch. 
339 
340 
341 
342 
3431 
:J44 
345 
346 



Daniel Booker, ?k Hannah Storms. \ 365 



Emily. 

Charles. 

Mary Ann. 

Sanford. 

Benjamin. 

Eliza. 

Lydia. 



Thomas Booker, 
Lucretia. 

Robert. 

Samuel. 

Simon. 

Jacob. 

Sarah. 

Elvira. 

Eliza. 

Ellenor. 



Esq., Emden, 



Eli Herrick, Greene, d 1813, no 
children, in Hannah, daughter of Ben- 
jamin Thompson, Bath, i 1844. 



39 



Ch. 
347 
348 

349 
350 
351 
347 



Samuel Herrick, Greene & Leeds, 
d Sept. 5, 1834, m Abigail House of 
Turner, liv. 1841. 

Israel, b Jan. 17, 1791. 
Eli, 6 May 26, 1793, d in 1814, a 
prisoner of war, at Quebec. 
Mary, h Jan. 4, 1796. 
Abigail, h July 5, 1799. 
Elizabeth, h Oct. 5, 1801. 



Ch. 
352 
353 
354 
355 
356 



71 Israel Herrick, Esq. Leeds, m 
I Feb. 27, 1822, Abigail Lamb of Leeds, 
\b in Charlton, Mass, Aug. 21, 1794. 
81 

Margarett, h Nov. 6, 1822. 
Harr.ett,J ^ Aug. 1 1829, T,.^^ 
Horace, 5 " Dec. 21,1826, 
I Harriett, b July 7, 1830. 
I Clarissa, b Dec. 7, 1834, d Sept. 4, 
11837. 



349 7| Mary HERRicK,Leeds,m Ira Lamb, 

Leeds. 
Ch. 8 

357 Eli, b Nov. 20,1817. 

358 Bemus, 6 Aug. 10, 1821. 

359 Clarrissa, b April 12, 1823. 

360 Calvin, b Aug. 28, 1825, d July 12, 
1829. 

361 Salmon, & Nov. 7,1829. 

362 Calvin, b April 20, 1832. 

3631 Mary, b Nov. 10, 1835, d March 10, 

1836. 

364 I Willard, b March 9, 1837. 

40 61 Abigail Herrick, to 1st, Thomas 
|Smith, Topsham ; 2d, Child, of Liver- 
more, liv. 1844. 

Ch. I By 1st Marriage. 



Ch 
366 
367 

368 
369 
370 

371 
367 



Elizabeth Smith, in Mark Pettin- 
gill of Topsham, Feb. 3, 1814, settled 
at Old Town, 1824. 

Mark, b Feb. 12, 1815. 

Mary Ann, b Jan. 16, 1817. 
John Herrick, b Oct. 16, 1819. 
Olive Jane, b 1821. 
Converse, b March 3, 1823, d Jan. 
16, 1837. 

Charles Fuller, h Dec. 3, 1837. 



Marv Ann Pettingill, Old Town, 
TO John B. SmitJi, Esq. Old Town, re- 
moved to Milwaukie, Wisconsin. 

Gilbert Mottier, b July 26, 18.36. 
Eliza Frances, b Sept. 12, 1838. 

Florence Eveline, b March 7, 1842. 
Charles Albert, b Jan. 6, 1844. 
Percy Bysshe, b Jan. 7, 1846. 



Ch. 
377 

378 

379 
380 

381 

382 
383 

377 

Ch. 
384 
385 
386 
387 
388 
389 
390 
391 
392 



Edward Herrick, Methuen, Mass. 
d Sept. 22, 1756, m Sarah Kimball, 
Boxford, Oct. 9, 1744. 

Lydia, bapt. in Wenham, June 2, 
1751. 

Sarah, bapt. in Wenham, June 2, 
1751,7/1 1st, Tr^cey, 2d, SafFord, 3d, 
Abbott. 

Mary, bapt. in Wenham, June 2, 
1751. 

Anna, bapt. in Wenham, June 2, 
1751. 

Benjamin, b Dec. 6, 1752. 

Edward, b Oct. 9, 1754. 

John, b Oct. 6, 1756. 

Widow, TO Isaac Blunt, Andover. 

6 Lydia Herrick, TO Parker Richard- 
son, Methuen. 

Parker, lives in Mt. Vernon, N. 11. 
Caleb, lives in Andover, Mass. 
Isaac, " Vermont. 

John, d. 
Kimball, d. 

Lydia, Methuen, living in 1842. 
Bodwell, d. 
Bill, Boston. 
Larkin, d. 
i 



Son 
393 



Anna Herrick, m George Dodge, 
Salem, settled in EOingiiam, N. H., 
after the decease of his father, he re- 
turned to Salem and to the possession 
of a large property, d 1808. 

Larkin, Salem, d. s. p. and his 
widow TO Mark Newman, Andover, 
father of Professor Newman, Bowdoin 
College. Here the male line of George 
Dodge and Lydia Herrick, No. 21, be- 
comes extinct. 



42 



JOSEPH OF SALEM. 



381 


6 


Benjamin Herrick, Andover, d at 
sea, m Sarah Abbot of Andover, March 
1775. 


Son 


7 




394 




, Benjamin, 6 July 15, 1775. 

Widow, m 2d, WilUam Whittier, 
Methuen, 1789. 


38^ 


' 


Edward Herrick of Andover, set- 
tled in Wilton, N. H., d Feb. 5, 1811, 


Ch. 


7 


m Mary Holt of Andover, living 1838, 
aged 86. 


395 

396 
397 
398 




Benjamin. 

Mary. 

George. 

Edward. 


399 




Sarah. 


400 




Anna. 


401 




Israel. 


402 




Diadamia. 


403 




Larkin. 



395 


7 


Benjamin Herrick, Andover, m 


Ch. 
404 


8 


Elcy Nugent, Stonington, Ct. 


Harriett. 


405 




Benjamin, b Jan. 1, 1812. 


406 




George Dodge. 


407 




Sarah Ann, and two Grand children, 

1838. 


396 


7 


Mary Herrick of Wilton, now of 
Dexter, m Doc. John Putnam of Wil- 
ton, d. 


Ch. 


s 




408 




Mary Farnham, m Henchman Syl- 
vester, Milford, N. H., 2 children. 


409 
410 




Sarah Herrick, m Hon. Samuel Far- 
ra,r, Bangor. 

John, m Mary Holt, Temple, N. H. 


411 

412 
413 
414 




Ephraim Abbott, m in South Read- 
ing, Mass. 
Ann. 

Abby Burnap. 
Adeline. 


415 
416 




Lyman. 
George. 


417 

418 
419 




George Quincy Hill. 
Franklin Reed. 
Charles. 



397 


7 


George Herrick, Wilton, N H 


Ch 


g 


m Mary Holt of Wilton. 


427 




Amos. 


428 




Mary. 


429 




Daniel. 


430 




Larkin. 


431 




Israel. 


432 




George. 


398 


7 


Edward Herrick, Wilton, in 1st, 
Ann Barrett, Wilton. 


Ch. 


8 




433 




Edward Barrett. 


434 




Mary Jane. 


435 




Sarah. 


436 




Charles. 


437 




Ann. 
m 2d, Mary Andrews of Hillsboro', 
four children. 



399 


7 


Sarah Herrick, Wilton, m Rev. 


Ch. 

438 


8 


Josiah Feet, Norridgwock. 


Edward Josiah. 


439 


1 Sarah Herrick. 


440 




William. 


441 


'7 


Mary. 


401 


Israel Herrick, Physician, settled 






in Hillsborough, thence removed to 






Lyndeboro', 7n Ehza H. Burns, Mil- 






ford, N. H. 


Ch. 


9 




442 




Eliza Diadamia. 


443 




Lafayette. 


444 




William Jones. 


445 




Edward Horatio. 


446 




Benjamin Goodwin. 



4031 

67*. I 
447| 
383" 



I Larkin Herrick, Wilton, m Sarah 
Sheldon, Wilton. 



Hellen. 



81 Maky Farnham Putnam, mHench- 

|man Sylvester, Milford, N. H. 



8| Sarah Herrick Putnam, m Hon. 
I Samuel Farrar, Bangor. 



4121 

Son\ 

I 

414| 

Ch\ 



Ch. 
451 
452 

. 453 

81 John Putnam, m Mary Holt, Tem- ! ^rg 

ple,N.H. L54 

•^1 1 455 

Ann Putnam, 7n Doctor Thayer, \ 455 
Skowhegan, d. I 457 

458 
459 



Adeline Putnam, m Nath'l Bryant, 460 
Dexter, Me. • 461 



6 John Herrick, Andover, Mass., m 
Mary Lawrence, daughter of Elijah 
Lawrence, Esq., d Dec. 9, 1820. 

John, b June 3, 1783. 

Isaac, b Jan. 27, 1789. 

Elijah Lawrence, b Nov. 10, 1786. 

George Dodge, b & d 1785. 



John Herrick, Brighton, Mass., d 
March 26, 1842, m 1st, Elizabeth Win- 
ship, Brighton, m 2d, Maria Everett of 
Brighton. 

John. 

Mary, m Draper. 

Samuel. 

George of Boston, Grocer. 

Eliza Ann, m Hitchborn. 

William, d. 

Children of 2d marriage. 

James. 

Elizabeth. 

Edward, d. 

Maria. 

Fdward. 

Sarah. 

Ellen, d. H. 



JOSEPH OF SALEM. 



43 



'l Elijah Lawrence Herrick, Esq., 
Andover,?n. Hannah Abbot of Andover. 

I Phebe Abbot, b March 25, 1816, m 
Gates of Rockford, 111. 

Ephraim Abbot, h April 28, 1817. 

John William, h July 21, 1819. 

Elijah Lawrence, b Sept. 30, 1820. 
I Edward, b April 7, 1822. 

I George, 6 March 7, 1824. 

I Hannah Jane, b May 21, 1825. 

Sarah, t March 21,1827. 



Martha, 
Samuel, 



b June 1, 1829. 
b Nov. 11, 1835. 



449 


7 


Isaac Herrick, Waltham, d June 
1, 1826, m Lydia Parker, Waltham, d. 


Ch. 






465 




Isaac. 


466 




Lydia. 


21 


5 


Lydia Herrick of Methuen, m 
George Dodge, Esq., Salem, son of 
George Dodge, b March 5, 1709, and 
descended from Richard Dodge or 
Dode of Salem, 1644, who d 1670. 


Ch. 


6 




465 
466 




George, to Anna Herrick, No. 380. 

Lydia, and several others, among 
whom was the mother of Hon. Daniel 
Kilham of Wenham, and another 
daughter was the wife of Hon. Israel 
Thorndike of Boston. 


Ck. 
467 
468 
469 
470 


7 


Israel. 
Edward. 
Wilham. 
Charles. 


471 




Augustus. 



480 

Ch. 

490 
491 
492 
493 
494 
495 
496 
497 
498 
482 



Ch. 
499 
500 
501 

502 
483 



5| Hannah Herrick, m Jacob Whit- 
tier, Esq. of Methuen, settled in Ber- 
wick, Me. 

A physician, d. s. p. 



Benjamin Herrick, Methuen and 
Dracut, m Mary Richardson of Me- 
thuen. 

Israel, d in Dracut, 1834, s. -p. 

Hay ward. 

Samuel. 

Affiance, not married. 

Mary. 

Tryphena, not married. 

Rebecca. 



6' Hayward Herrick, settled in 

[Strong, Me., m Elizabeth Richardson. 
71 

Benjamin. 

I Moses. 
Israel. 

I Hannah. 

I Charles. 

I Obediah. 

I Jonas. 

I Ehza. 

I Rachel. 

I Lydia. 



Benjamin Herrick of Strong, m 
Sarah Kizer of Waldoboro'. 

Francis Hayward, 
Mary Elizabeth. 
Catherine Maria. 
Cordelia Ann. 
Charles Israel. 
John. 

Jonas Ira, ^ rr, • 

Jane Amanda, 5^''''"^- 
Augusta. 



Israel Herrick, Strong, settled in 
Hudson, Mass., to Mary Ford of Hud- 
son. 

Mary Elizabeth. 
Nancy, and 2 others. 



Ch. 
503 
504 
505 
506 
475 



Ch.\ 
507 1 
508 1 
:509| 
5101 
511| 
S'OT^ 



j Hannah Herrick, to Otis Corbett 
I of Carthage. 

Ira. 

George. 
Ehzabeth. 
Thomas. 



Samuel Herrick, Dracut, d 1844, 
TO Dorothy Merrill, Boxford. 

Asa Merrill. 
Ehza P. R. 
Loiza. 
Benjamin. 
Dorothy. 



Ch. 
512 
513 

508 



Ch\ 
5141 
515| 



Asa Merrill, Dracut, to Mary 
Mansur. 

Edwin. 
Son. 



7| Eliza P. R. Herrick, m Levi Hu- 
bert, Dracut. 

8 
I Mary Herrick. 
Cynthia Mariah. 



511 


7| Dorothy Herrick, to David Man- 






sur, Dracut. 


Ch. 
516 


8 


Son, b Oct. 2, 1837. 


517 




Daughter. 


477 


6 


Mary Herrick, m Charles Hardy, 
Pelham, N. H. 


Ch. 


7 




518 




Tryphena. 


519 




Benjamin. 


520 




Hannah. 


521 




Thaddeus. 


522 




Mary. 


523 




Lucinda. 



44 



JOSEPH OF SALEM. 



61 Rebecca Herrick, m Nehemiah 
Richardson, Pelham. 

Mary Herrick. 

Abijah. 

Israel Herrick. 

Olive. 

Rhoda. 

Hayward Herrick. 

Rebecca. 

Nehemiah. 



28 


5 


Nathaniel Herrick, Methuen, 
settled in Berwick, thence removed to 
Granby, Vt., d 1807, aged 72, m Su- 
sannah Messer of Methuen, who d 
Nov. 7, 1807, aged 74. 


Ch. 
532 


6 


Joseph, b Sept. 25, 1760. 


5:i:j 

534 
535 
536 
537 




Susannah, h Oct. 13, 1764. 
Zadoc, h Oct. 23, 1772. 
Nehemiah, b Sept. 16, 1775. 
Anna, b Sept. 13, 1769. 
Nathaniel, h Aug. 17, 1762, d March 
14, 1762. 


538 




Nathaniel, b April 16, 1767. 



Susannah Herrick, to Samuel 
Hart of Granby, Vt., settled in Turin, 
Lewis Co., N. Y., d 1830. 

Nathaniel Herrick, b 1797. 

Alice, d. 

Susanna, no family. 

Ann, " 

Sarah, family. 



Zadock Herrick, Nunda, Allegany 
Co., N. Y., living in 1845, aged 73, m 
Ehzabeth Pike, Granby, 1794. 

Alpheus, b Oct. 23, 1797. 

Zadock, b Mar. 27, 1799. 

Mary, h Nov. 30, 1800. 

Lydia, b Dec. 14, 1802. 

John, b Jan. 10, 1805. 

Phebe, b June 9, 1807. 

George, b Apr. 26, 1809. 

Edward, b Nov. 24, 1811. 

Wilham, h July 24, \SU,d July 183J . 
■Emily, b Feb. 19, 1816. 



6 Joseph Herrick of Granby, settled 
in Copley, Medina Co., Ohio, d 1844, 
aged 84, m Nancy Peverley of North- 
umberland, N. H., b. 1776, d 1844. 

Asa Meadwell, born Jan. 7, 1791, 
Crawford Co., Penn., no family. 

Susanna, b Oct. 16, 1792, m Emery 
Sampson, Concord, Erie Co. N. Y., 
twelve children. 

Joseph, born Nov. 22, 1793, lives in 
Carthage. 

William, born Aug. 21, 1795, West 
Bloomfield, N. Y., m Mary Gardner, 
May 18, 1819, no children. 

Anna, b Jan. 19, 1797, m John H. 
Gardner, West Bloomfield, ten ch. 

Betsey, b Feb. 22, 1799, m Jacob 
Sampson, Carthage, three children. 

Benjamin, b Oct. 19, 1800, Carthage, 
m Cynthia Hogan, one child. 

Nancy, b June 7, 1802. 

Achsah, b Feb. 21, 1804. 

Jeremiah, b Sept. 17, 1805, Copley, 
7ft Matilda Durant, two children. 

Catherine, b March 1, 1807, m John 
Giles, Coplev, three children. 

David, b March 25, 1309, d Feb. 
1810. 

Arsenath, b Feb. 15, 1810, m Marcus 
Phillips, Copley, two children. 

Ira, b Dec. 31, 1812, lives in Canada, 
no family. 

David, b Feb. 15, 1815. 

Mary, h Aug. 5, 1817, West Bloom- 
field. 

Perses, b March 1, 1819. 



561 

Ch. 
571 
572 
573 
562 



Ch. 
574 
!563 



Alpheus Herrick, Nunda, m Ann 
Maria Cookson, Nunda, April 18, 1830. 

William. 

Mary. 

Ehzabeth. 



7 Zadock Herrick, Nunda, m Sarah 
Mather, March 15, 1826. 

Kesiah. 



Ch. 

579 
580 
567 



Mary Herrick, m David J. Ham- 
Iton of Eagle, Sept. 1823. 

Jane. 
George. 



Lydia Herrick,to Stephen Hindee, 
West Bloomfield, Sept. 20, 1835. 

Mary Sophia. 



Phebe Herrick, m Jas. M. Dartt, 
Naples, Ontario Co., Oct. 1833. 

Elizabeth. 
Son. 



Ch.\ 81 



Joseph Herrick, Carthage, Mon- 
roe Co., N. Y., m Rhoda Phillips, si.x 
children. 



Ch. 

582 
583 
584 
585 
586 

587 



7 George Herrick, Nunda, to Mary 
Wildman, 1833. 



George. 



Nehemiah Herrick, Methuen, in- 
herited his uncle Thomas Herrick's 
estate, <f 1844, m 1st Sarah Day. 

Mary Payson, b May 17, 1808. 

James Day, ) Twins, born 

Jonathan Symonds, 5 April 10, 1810. 

Sarah Campbell, b Sept. 29, 1817. 

Thomas, b June 6, 1816, killed by 
accidental discharge of a musket. 

Susannah, b July 27, 1818. 

Married 2d, Abigail Hall, Nov. 29, 
1832. 



iOSEPII OF SALEM. 



45 



536 


6 


Anna Herrick, Granby, Vt., m 






Robert Pike, d young. 


588 




Zadock, d in New York, 1816. 


538 


6 


Nathaniel Herrick, Granby, m 
Sarah Chaney, removed to Maysville, 
Chatagua Co., N. Y., d 1829. 


Ch. 






589 
590 
591 
592 
593 
594 




Nathaniel. 

Roy all. 

Abiah. 

Sarah. 

Nehemiah. 

Ruth. 


595 


i Seth, d. 


30 


5 


Ebenezer Herrick, Methuen, com- 
manded a company at the Rail fence, 
Bunker Hill, where he was killed, 
June 17, 1775, m Phebe Carlton, who 
d in Bradford, 1810. 


Ch. 


6 




59(i 




Ebenezer. 


597 
598 




Joseph. 
Hannah. 



Ch. 
615 
616 
617 



Joseph Herrick, of Bradford, m.. 
Lydia Lowell, of Castine, settled 
Portland, thence removed to Milford, 
N. H., about 1795, where he was 
drowned. 

Hannah, b. Sept. 1791. 
Ebenezer, b. March, 1793. 
Joseph, b. Oct. 1794. 
Eliza, b. 1796. 



Hannah Herrick, 
of Whitefield, N. H. 

Lavina, b. 1814. 
Joseph, b. 1817. 
Elvira, b. 1820. 
Evehne, b. 1832. 



m. Blancliard, 



Ebenezer Herrick, Lagrange, m. 
Experience Coburn of Greene. 

Albion. 
Lyman. 
Annette. 
John. 



71 Eliza Herrick, m. Simeon Dwi- 
|nel, Esq. of Lisbon, Me., 1819. 

I Lydia. 
I Sarah. 
1 Rufus Dwiiiel. 
Eliza. 



17 



Ch. 
618 
619 
620 
621 
619 



Ch.\ 
622 
6231 



71 Joseph Herrick, Lagrange, m. 
Elizabeth Cutler Bates of Greene, 

No. 49. 



18 



<\ Thomas Herrick, Esq. Mcthueh, 
\d. Sept. 1827, aged 86, m. 1st, Mary 
I Carlton, Methuen, April 25, 1763. 

George Dodge, m. Mary Pettinjrill, 

Id.s.p. 1811. 

I Elienezer, d. s. p. about 1798. 

I Jacob Wliittier, physician, d. of 

Ismail pox at Canton, China, Jan. 29, 

1 1794; VI. 2d, Rebecca Stevens, Jan. 10, 
1771; m. 3d, widow Wilson, who sur- 
vived him ; on failure of his posterity, 
Capt. Herrick gave his estate by will, 

'to his widow, and to his nephews. 

I Nehemiah, No. 535. 

I Samuel, No. 475. 



4| Mary Herrick, Topsfield, m. Jan. 
|21, 1722, Gideon Rea, of Salem, who 
owned the estate in Beverly 2d Parish, 
[now the prop, of Edward T. Proctor. 

Joseph, h. 1736, d. 1798. 
I Elizabeth. 
I Mary. 
I Archalaus. 



)| Elizabeth Rea, m. Robert Roundy. 
I Beverly, about 1748. 

5| 

I Robert, b. 1749. 
I Benjamin, b. 1751, wife d. 



621 


5 


Archalaus Rea, m. Mary Bachel- 
der, Salem, May, 1750. 


Ch. 


6 




624 




John, /;. 1752. 


625 




Archalaus, b. Nov. 1754. 


626 




Caleb, b. 1756. 


627 




Mary, b. 1758. 


628 




Uzziel, b. 1763. 


629 




Sarah, b. 1766. 


630 




Anna, b. 1770. 


618 


5 


Joseph Rea, Beverly, Capt. in the 


Ch. 
631 


6 


army of the Revolution, d. 1798. 


Isaac. 


632 




Gideon. 


633 




Joseph. 


634 




Ebenezer, living 1843, aged 82. 



11 Joseph Herrick, Topsfield, d. Aug. 

|24, 1742, m. Abigail Powers, Marble- 

Ihead. 
j| 

Nehemiah, b. April 9, 1737. 

I Gideon, bapt. Aug. 26, 1739. 

I William, bapt. Aug. 2, 1741. 

I Widow, 771. Seth Porter, Brantry, 

I March 27, 1746, and here we lose sight 

|of Gideon and William. 



4G 



JOSEPH OF SALEM. 



I 
640 1 
641 

6421 
6431 

644 



IN'ehemiaii Hkrrick, of Topsfield, '< 669 7 
inherited by his grandfather's will, a \ 
large portion of the homestead in Tops- ' 
field, and also the estate of his aunt '/ 
Hannah; removed to Cavendish, Vt.ab't \ ( 
1792, where he d. suddenly, in his field, '. 
m. 1st Mary Nichols, Danvers, 1760, ) ( 
who d. April 19, 1768. i ( 



Joseph, d. Nov. 25, 1777. ; 

Nehemiah, d. Dec. 15, 1777, m. 2d, ', 
Miriam Upton, of Reading, Oct. 19, ' 
1768. i 



Daughter, who d. Jan. 31, 1783. 

Marv. \ 

Edith. ^ 

Hannah. i 

Nehemiah. ^ 

Joseph. j 
m. 3d, Elizabeth Greene, Topsfield, '/ 

1785. I 

Mirriam. j 
Lucy. 
Aaron. 
Abigail. 

Benjamin. } 

Sarah. i 

JVote. After the decease of Nehemiah | 
Herrick, his family removed to Platts- \ 
burg. 



J 7^ 



David Ames Herrick, No. 97,Wm. 
Street, N. Y., house No. 58 Adams-st. 
Brooklyn, m Maria L. Clark, Brook- 
lyn, February, 1842. 



Joseph Herrick, settled in Fayette, 
Medina Co. Ohio, in Mary Tripp. 

Nelson. 
Mary. 
Elijah. 
a Son. 



John Herrick, Salem, 1719; his 
farm was in Wenham, d. 1742, vi Anna 
Woodbury, b 1674, d 1769, aged 95. 

Zachariah, b. Oct. 14, 1696, <Z Jan. 5, 
1722. 

Josiah, b Oct. 5, 1698, d young. 

John, b Feb. 20, 1701, rf Jan. 29,1722. 

Josiah, b Feb. 6, 1704. 

Sarah, bap. Feb. 15, 1707. 

Anna, bap. June, 1710. 

Jerusha, bap. 

Lois, bap. 1715. 



Mary Herrick, m. Piatt, d. 

Mirriam. 

Nelson, lives in Peoria, Illinois. 

Rehef. 

Daniel, lives in Peoria, Illinois. 

Edith, 7« Barrett Millar, Plattsburg. 

Priscilla. " " " 

Mary. 

Elizabeth, m. PlattThorn,Plattsburg. 



Josiah Herrick, Wenham, d. May 
14, 1772, m Joanna Dodge, Beverly, 
Nov. 2,1725, d Aug. 27, 1755. 

Sarah, d Jan. 16, 1755. 
John, bap. July 4, 1731. 
Josiah, b Nov. 10, 1733. 
Zachariah. 

Daniel, bap. Apr. 1736. 
Joanna, bap. Apr. 1738. 
Anna, b May 26, 1744. 
Mary, b May 24, 1747. 
David, bap. "May 7, 1748. 
Joshua, bap. Nov. 3, 1751. 



Edith Herrick, m. Israel Brown, 
Rumney, N. H., living 1840, d. Oct. 
1841. 

Hannah. 

Fanny. 

Maryann. 

Elliott. 

Elbridge. 

Susan. 



659 

Ch. 
665 
666 
667 
668 


8 


Hannah Brown, 7/1 Joseph Copp of 
Warren, N. H. 

Benjamin. 
Henry. 
Ezra. 
Loiza. 


642 


6 


Hannah Herrick, vi. Benjamin 
Kent of Danvers Neck, or New' Mills 
Village, living 1842. 


643 

Ch. 
669 
670 
671 


6 
7 


Nehemiah Herrick, Plattsburg, m. 
Mary Booms. 

David Ames, 

Aaron. 

Hannali. 



John Herrick, Boxford, d 1806, 
aged 75, m Anna Brown, Beverly. 

Edmund. 

Josiah. 

John, bap. Nov. 1759, d. s. p. 1793. 

Sarah, " " 5, " m Stickney, 
of Boxford. 

Israel, b June 3, 1761. 

Anna, bap. July 31, 1763. 

Joanna, living in Beverly, 1839,8b75. 
H. 



Edmund Herrick, settled in Ches- 
ter, N. H., m. 1st, Mehitabel Curtis, 
Middleton, 1786, m. 2d, Rachel White. 

Artemas. 

John, b. 1799. 

Israel. 

Mehitabel, m. Benjamin Dodge of 
Wenham, March 27, 1813. 

Lucy, in. E. Stevens, Danvers. 

Almira, m Timothy J. Stevens, 1819. 



I Artemas Herrick, Methuen, m. 
jPhebe Bradstreet. 

I Phebe Ann. 

Stephen Bradstreet. 
I Hannah Bradstreet. 
I William Dodge. 

Thomas Thaxter. 



JOSEPH OF SALEM. 



47 



726 

Ch. 
736 
737 

788 
739 
740 
741| 
7^7" 



Son 
742" 



Ch. 
743 
744 
745 
724 



710 



Ch 

747 
748 
749 

750 
751 
752 
753 
754 
755 
756 
757]j 
750 



I John Herrick, Salem, old Boston 
Iroad, TO. Eliza Foster, 1828. 

Frances Elizabeth, h. Sept. 1828. 



Ellen Jane, 
John Everett, 
Cynthia Foster, 
George Edmund, 
Horace, b. 1837. 



h. May, 1830. 

b. Nov. 1831. 

b. May, 1833. 

h. March, 1835. 



7 Israel Herrick, Boxford, d. Oct. 
30, 1815, TO. Elizabeth Hale, 1805, who 
d. Nov. 1806. 



William Hale Herrick, Boxford, 
b. Feb. 4, 1806, m. Lois Kilhain, grand- 
dau. to my grand-uncle, John Kilham. 

William A. 

Isaac. 

Samuel Kilham. 



752 

Ch. 
769 

770 
771 

772 
773i 
753 



6i Joanna Herrick, of Boxford, m. 
iDea. Wm. Dodge, Wenham, No. 860. 

I Abraham, m. Miss Hani, Shapleigh, 
I Maine. 



JosiAH Herrick, Wenham, settled 
in Amherst, N. H. d. April, 1799, aged 
66, TO. Mary Low^e of Ipswich, who d. 
Oct. 1807, aged 70. 

Mary, d April 6, 1836, not m. 
Joanna, lives in Milford. 
Josiah, lives in Antrim, to Esther 
Tarbell, Hudson, no children. 
Lydia, h April, 1765. 

William, h Jan. 19, 1767. 
Elizabeth, b May 7, 1769. 
DanielLow, 6 Dec. 4, 1771. 
Jonathan, b Jan. 22, 1774. 
Joseph, b Nov. 3, 1775. 
Sarah, b Feb. 28, 1778. 

Hannah, b 1780. 



Ch. 
758 
759 
751 



Ch 
760 
761 
762 



Ch 
763 



Lydia Herrick, d Sept. 23, 1806, 
aged 41, m. John Capron, Amherst. 

Josiah. 
Mary. 



764 
765 
766 
767 

768 



6 Elizabeth Herrick, m Joseph 
Craggin of Amherst, N. H. 

William. 
Daniel. 
Luther. 
Elizabeth. 
Mary . 



Ch 

778 

r9 

781 
782 



William Herrick, of Essex, Mass. 
TO Elizabeth Kilham, of Wenham. 

William, b Aug. 13, 1798. 

Elizabeth, m Nicholas Lamb, Boston. 

Jonathan Kilham, merchant, New- 
York and London, wholesale stationer, 
TO 1st, Caroline Kemp, March 17, 1825. 

Elizabeth, h Dec. 1825. 
m 2d, Elizabeth Keller, Cornwall, Eng- 
land, Oct. 25, 1832. 

Caroline, b Dec. 5, 1826. 

Elizabeth, b in London, July, 1833. 

William, do do 1835. 

Charles, b in New York, Oct. 1837. 

Mary, do do June 25,1840. 



6 Daniel Low, Merrimac, N. H., m 
Hannah Weston of Amherst. 

Franklin. 
Isaiah. 
Thirza. 
Anstress. 



7 Franklin Herrick, Bangor, 
Apphia S. Jordan, Bangor. 

Sarah. 
Franklin. 



754 


6 


Jonathan Herrick, Amherst, N. 
H., now Mt. Vernon, vi Deborah Co- 
burn, Tyngsboro'. 


Ch. 


7 




783 




Mary. 


784 




Fanny. 


785 




Nancy. 


786 




Jonathan. 


775 


7 


Isaiah Herrick of Merrimack, N. 


Ch. 

780 


8 
~6 


H., m Sarah Ann Gage of Bedford. 


Sarah Ann. 


755 


Joseph Herrick, Antrim, N. H., 






d Jan. 18, 1833, m Mary Cox, Beverly, 






April 18, 1805. 


Ch. 


7 




787 




Joseph, b in Beverly, 1806. 


788 




William, do do 1808. 


789 




Sarah, do do 1810. 


790 




Nathaniel. 


791 




Jolin. 


792 




Josiah. 


7931 


Charles. 


794 




Harriett. 



756 


6 


Sarah Herrick, to Ebenezer Wes- 
ton, Amherst. 


Ch. 


7 




795 




Rebecca. 


796 




Daniel. 


797 




William. 


711 


5 


Zachariah Herrick, Beverly, set- 
tled in Gloucester, Mass., to Anna 
Poole, 1761. 


Ch. 


6 




798 




Josiah. 


799 




Caleb. 


800 




Zachariah. 


801 




Anna. 


802 




Elizabeth. 


803 




Joanna. 



48 



JOSEPH OF SALEM, 



798 


6 


JosiAH llFRHirK, Gloucester, 
Rachel Williams, Sept. 10, 1784. 


m 


Ch. 


7 






804 




Josiah. 




805 




William. 




806 




John. 




807 




Elizabeth. 




808 




Rachel. 





7yy| 

■Son! 

sm 



Ch. 
810 
811 
7l2 



6' Caleb Herrick, Gloucester, m 1st ; 
Deborah Rowe, Sept. 1801, m 2d Sarah 
Elwell, Oct. 18, 1807, settled in Saco,rf. 



William Elwfll Herrick, m Au- 
gusta Ingersol, 1827. 

William. 
I Rachel Steele. 



Ch. 
812 
813 
814 

815 
816 



Daniel Herrick, Wenham,m Han- 
nah Trask, Danvers. 

Abigail. 

Lois. 

Fanny. 

Lucretia. 

Eppes. 



816 


6 


. Eppes Herrick, Beverly, d 1806, 
m Graham. 


Ch. 


7 




817 




Josiah. 


818 




Sophia. 


717 


5 


Joshua Herrick of Wenham, d 
April 4, 1830, vi. Rachel Adams, 




i Gloucester, who d Sept. 13, 1813. 


Ch. 


6 




819 




Jonathan, bapt. Sept. 2, 1794. 


820 




Joshua. 


821 




Adams. 


822 




William. 


823 




Jonathan Adams, h Nov. 3, 1805. 


824 




Mary, m Samuel Putnam, Shoe Mer- 
chant, Danvers, April 3, 1808. 


825 




Rachel, m Meader of Ipswich. 


826 




Elizabeth, bapt. Feb. 9, 1797, m E. 
Head. 


820 


6 


Joshua Herrick, Wenhara,m Sarah 
Appleton of Hamilton. 


Ch. 


7 




827 




Robert. 


828 




Eunice. 


829 




Sarah. 


830 




Elizabeth. 



/ 823 





Jonathan Adams Herrick, Bever- 
ly, m 1st, Mehitabel Steele. 


Ch. 


7 




836 




Lewis Frankhn. 


837 




Edward Francis. 

Married 2d, Lydia Edwards. 


Ch. 






838 




Ellen Maria. 


839 




Loiza. 


713 


5 


Joanna Herrick, Wenham, tn 
Richard H. Dodge, March 15, 1758. 


>, Ch. 


6 




^840 




Josiah. 


^841 




Jacob. 


^842 




Mary. 


^843 




Daughter, ^ m Messrs. Adams, 
Daughter, 5 brothers. 


^844 




|714 


5 


Anna Herrick, Wenham, m Henry 
Witham, Gloucester. 


Ch. 


6 




845 




Anna. 


846 




Henry. 


847 




Deborah. 


848 




Joshua. 


849 




Sarah. 


850 




Mary. 



704 


4 


Sarah Herrick, Wenham, m John 
Baker, Salem, Nov. 21, 1723. 


Ch. 


5 




851 




Asa. 


852 




Cornehus. 


853 




Anna. 


854 




Mary. 


705 


4 


Anna Herrick, Salem, m John 


Ch. 

855 


5 


Bridge, Lexington, Jan. 4, 1730. 


Anna, m John Lamson, 3d, Salem. 



821 


6 


Adams Herrick, Wenham, w Mary 
Perkins, d. 


Ch. 


7 




831 




Mary, lives in Lowell. 


822 


6 


William Herrick, d Danvers, m 
Ruth Fowler. 


Ch. 


7 




832 




William Henry. 


833 




Samuel Putnam. 


834 




Betsey Hood, d. 


835 




Mary Jane, d. 



• Ch. 
862 
863 
864 
865 
866 
~6 



Jerusha HERRicK,m Daniel Dodge, 
Wenham, Sept. 18, 1731. 

Zachariah. 
Daniel. 
Abraham. 
Henry. 

Wilham,m Joanna Herrick, No. 724. 
Sarah. 



870 



Lois Herrick, Wenham, m Isaac 
Dodge, Wenham, Oct. 12, 1732. 

Isaac. 

Robert. 

Lydia. 
I Sarah. 
I Lucy. 



Martyn Herrick, Salem, settled 
in Lynn, now Lynnfield, on the Bur- 
net Brown farm, given him by his 
father, d 1739,m Ruth Endicott,Salem, 
July 17, 1710. 

Benjamin. 
Samuel. 

Ruth, m Nathaniel Flint, Reading, 
Feb. 6, 1733. 
Edith. 



JOSEPH OF SALEiVl. 



49 



867, 4; Benjamin Herrick, Lynn, d June, 
11747, m Sarah Potter, (who m 2d, 
IWilHam Upton of Reading, about 
I !1749. 

Son\ 5| 

S71j I Martvn, 6 iMay 30, 1747, d July 4, 
j 1 1820, Graduate of Harvard, 1772, Phy- 
sician in the Army and Navy during 
the war of the Revolution, m Sarah 
Wright,whose mother was Sarah Rich- 
ardson ; settled in Reading. 

Sarah Richardson. 
Clarissa. 
Susan Baker. 
Maria Martyn. 



6| Sarah Richardson Herrick, m 
[Oliver S. Hartshorn, Portland, Mer- 



910 
911 

912 

913 

914 1 
908" 



5] Elizabeth Herrick, 
! Porter, Danvers, d 1816. 

I Joseph, and four others. 



Joseph 



I Samuel Herrick, settled in Fitch- 
burg, Mass. m Ehzabeth Flint of Read- 
ling, Nov. 19, 1767. 

Samuel, b June, 1763. 
j Flizabeth, b Nov. 19, 1770, m John 
'Davis, Chelmsford, settled in Spring- 
field, Vt., eleven children, all living. 

Amos, lives in Barre, Mass. 6 cli. 

Hannah, b July 14, 1772, m Hall, 
lives in Springfield, Vt., five ch. 

Benjamin Flint, Providence, R. I.. 
four children. 

Mary, m Amos Gould, Ipswich, d. 

Sarah, m Hammond, d. 



876 




Henry Martyn. 


873 


6; Clarissa Herrick, rn. Richard 




Hood, Nahant. 


Ck. 


7J 


877 


1 Martyn Herrick. 


878 




Elmira Kesiah. 


879 




Sarah Maria. 


880 
881 




Jane. 

Susan Charlotte. 


874 


61 Susan Baker Herrick, 771 Thomas 




ISwaine of Reading, d. 


Ch. 


7 


882 




Thomas. 


883 

884 




Oliver Hartshorn. 
Martyn Herrick. 


885 
886 




Lois Walton. 
Joseph Hay. 


887 

888 




Susan. 

Sarah Herrick. 



Ch.\ 
915 
916 
917 

918 
,919 
920 

921 

922 



6| Samuel Herrick of Reading, set- 
tled in Springfield, Vt.,m Mary Spald- 
|ing of Chelmsford, Jan. 22, 1795, d 
April 30, 1841, aged 68. 

Benjamin Adams, b Jan. 2, 1796. 

Samuel, 6 Aug. 23, 1798. 

Simeon, b May 15, 1793. 

Gardner, b March 24, 1795. 

Mary, d. 

Hannah, b July 24, 1800, w Horace 
Allen, lives in Londonderry, Vt. 

Elizabeth, b July 5, 1807, m Flint 
Polly, d. 

Elmira, b Feb. 26, 1814, d 1819. 

Mary, h Feb. 4, 1814, m Greene, 
Springfield, three children. 



6] Maria Martyn Herrick, m Joseph 

[ 



Ch. 


T 


Hay of Read 


ng- 


B89| 


Ann Maria 




8901 


Joseph Francis. 


rf91 




Clarissa Jane. 


392 




Ellen. 




B93 




Sarah Hen 


ick. 


i6S 


4 


Samuel E 


ERRicK, Esq., Readins, 






d 1792, aged 79, m 1st, Elizabeth Jones, 




, 


Wilmington, 


1742, who d 1759. 


394 




Elizabeth, 


b May 28, 1743. 


395 




Samuel, 


b Feb. 14, 1745. 


396 




Hannah, 


b Feb. 1, 1746. 


397 




Ruth, 


b Mar. 4, 1748. 


398 




Susanna, 


b June 30, 1750. 


399 




Benjamin, 


b Feb. 9, 1752. 


MO 




Jacob, 


b June 12, 1754. 


m 




Mary, 


6 Jan. 29, 1757. 


M2 




Ebenezcr, 


b Mar. 12, 1759. 






Married 2d 


WidowWhiDDleof Mid- 






die ton, (Sjpah Putnam.) 


303 




Joseph, d. 


s. p. 1830. 


304 




Sarah, b May 29, 1765. 


305 
306 




Edith. 
Lncv. h 17 


71 



BENJA3IIN Adams Herrick, ?;; Dec. 
11, 1824, Mariah Jones of Sudbury, 
Massachusetts. 

George, b Sept. 22, 1826. 

Elijah Jones, 6 Nov. 3, 1828. 
Ann Maria, b Nov. 8, 1830. 
Loiza, b June 28, 1833. 

Susan, b Sept. 23, 1835. 

Mehitabel, b Feb. 6, 1838. 



916 

Ch. 
:930 
:931 
932 
917 



7| Samuel Herrick, Springfield, m 

Susan Griswold, Jan. 28, 1824. 

8 

I Gardner, 2d, b Sept. 27, 1828. 

George, b Feb. 17, 1831. 

Ellen, b Oct. 16, 1838. 



7 Simeon Herkick, Springfield, in 
Rachel B. Damon, June 27, 1833. 

Ann Maria, b Sept. 28, 1834. 

John Sledman, b June 30, 1836. 
Russel Spalding, b Dec. 4, 1839. 
Albert Delos, b June 16, 1841. 



7 Gardner Herrick, m Lucy Wool- 
|ly, Grafton, d 1835. 

Charles G., h Aug. 2, 1836. 

Giles T. b Nov. 19, 1837. 

Lucy Ann, A Aug. 4, 1839. 

Abba Sophia, b June 16, 1841- 



50 



JOSEPH OF SALEM. 



897 

Ch. 
941 
942 
943 
944 



Ch. 
945 
946 
947 
948 
949 
950 
951 
952 
946 



Ch. 



Ruth Heriuck, in Isaac Brooks, 
Westminster, Mass. 

Ruth. 

Samuel, lives in Westminster. 
Isaac, lives in New York. 
Deborah, and another. 



Susanna Herrick, d Feb. 25, 1825, 
m Stephen Putnam, Danvers. 

Moses. 

Samuel. 

Jacob. 

Ebenezer. 

Susanna, m Putnam, Danvers. 

Ruth, m Bachelder. 

Hannah. 

Sarah, d. 



Samukl Putnam, Shoe Merchant, 
Danvers, m Mary Herrick, No. 824. 



Ch.\ 
960 
961 
962 
963 
964 
965 
966 

Son 
967 
966 



Ch. 

968 
Q69 
970 
965[ 



Benjamin HEKRicK,settledin Fitch- 
burg, 771 1st, Elizabeth Kidder of Bil- 
lerica, Dec. 1778. 

Elizabeth, m John Gale, Plattsburg. 

Benjamin. 

Martyn, Washington Island, N. Y. 

Sarah, m Abner Sawyer, Danvers. 

William, d. 

Jacob. 

William. 

Married 2d, Rebecca Chase, d 1826. 

Rufus, d.aged 21. 



6i William Herrick, Boston, d April, 
1827, aged 33. 

Sarah. 

Hannah. 

Maria. 



Ch.\ 
971 j 
9721 
9731 
900 



Ch. 
974 
975 

9761 

977 
9781 



6] Jacob Hekkick, South Boston, b 

1796. 
7 

Julia Malvina. 

William. 

Benjamin. 



Jacob Herrick, Graduate at Har- 
vard, 1777, m Sarah Webster, Brad- 
ford, Mass., July, 1780, settled a Con- 
gregationalist Minister, Durham, Me., 
d 1833. 



Sarah, b Feb. 
Elizabeth. 
Thomas, d. 
Thomas. 
Jacob. 



12, 1781. 



Ch. 

979 
980 
981 
982 
983 
984 
985 
986 
987 
988 
989 
9JW 
978 



Thomas Herrick, Esq., Harmony, 
Me., m Catherine, daughter of Joseph 
Weeman of Durham, Sept. 1810, who 
was b May 18, 1789. 

Mary Webster, h Feb. 20, 1812. 

Catherine Weeman, b May 9, 1814. 
Thomas Webster, b July 20, 1816. 
George Washington,^ May 9, 1818. 
Jacob Vaughan, b Jan. 29, 1820. 
Joseph Weeman, b Oct. 16, 1821. 
John Ware, b May 12, 1823. 

Sarah Webster, b May 8, 1825. 

Horatio Nelson, b May 27, 1827. 

Catherine Elizabeth,// Aug. 4, 1829. 
Harriett Atwood, b Aug.24, 1831. 
Frances Maria, b Aug. 4, 1834. 



993 

994 
995 
902" 



6 Jacob Herrick, Esq., Durham, m 
Abigail Scott. 

William Bently, Physician, Hills- 
boro', 111. 

Josiah Burnham, b 1821, Hillsboro', 
Illinois. 

Elizabeth Augusta, m a Williams of 
Lewiston. 

Harriett Ellen. 

Ann Maria. 



999 

1000 
1001 

1002 
1003 
1004 

1005 
1006 
"997 



Ebenezer Herrick, Reading, d, 
Jan. 7, 1842, m Lydia Eaton, Read- 
ing, Sept. 26, 1782, settled in New 
Marlborough, N. H. 

Ebenezer, b in Reading, March 2, 
1783. 

Henry, b in Reading, d. 

Lydia, m Gove, fllethodist Preach- 
er, Roxbury, N. H. 

Hannah, m Jere. Bemis, Weathers- 
field, Vt. 

Elizabeth, in Russell of Marlboro'. 

Sophronia, m Newell, Weathers- 
field. 

Mary, d nged 11. 

Samuel. 

Osgood, Congregational Minister, 
Milbury, Mass., m. d. s. p. 1837. 

Jeremiah. 

Martyn, b 1802. 



Ch. 

1007 



1008 
1009 



1010 
1011 



1012 



Ebenezer Herrick, Cavendish & 
Proctorsville, Vt. 

Loiza, b July 9, 1811, m Samuel 
Fay, March 11, 1830. 

Lucretia, b Oct. }8, 1813, m Josiah 
Fitch, June 15, 1840. 

Mary, // Jan. 16, 1815, w Rev. Ira 
Beard,' Methodist Preacher, June, 
1839. 

Emily G., b April 6, 1818. 

Marcellus Aurelius, b Aug. 27, 
1821, student in medicine. 

Eliza Jane, b Feblll, 1831. 



9971 6 


Henry Herrick, Boston, d. 


Ch.\ 7 




1013 


Henry. 


1014 


Mary. 


1015 


Harriett 



JOSEPH OF SALEM 



51 



1003 


6 


Samuel Herrick, Merchant, Win- S 
sor, Vt., removed to Brownville, near ? 
Sackets Harbor, iN. Y. 


Ch. 


7 




1016 




Frederic. 


1017 




Cornelia. 


10J6 




Catherine. 


1019 




Osgood. 


1020 




Allen. 


1021 




Frances. 


1005 6 


Jeremiah Herrick, N. Marlboro', 






New Hampshire. 


Ck. 


7 




1022 




Emily. 


1023 




Ellen. 


1024 




Lydia. I 


1025 




Prentice. \ 


1026 


1 Osgood. \ 


1006; 6i Martyn Herrick, Boston. \ 


Ck.\ 7 




1027 


William Martyn. 


10281 


Sophronia. 


1029 


Mary. 


1030 


Daughter. 


904 


5 


Sarah Hekrick, rn John Bachel- 
der, jr., Reading, Sept 2, 1790, d Oct. 
25, 1837. 


Ch. 


6 




1031 




John. 


1032 




Nancy, four children. > 


1033 




Sarah. 


1034 




George, two children. < 


1035 




Abigail, d. 


1036 




Herrick, four children. | 


1037 




Harriett, one child. ^ 


905 


T 


Edith Herrick, to William Flint, > 
jr., March 18, 1788. 


Ch. 


6 




1038 




Edith, lives in Warren, Me. 


1039 




William, d. 


1040 




Benjamin, Cambridge, Mass. 


1041 




Sarah, d. 


1042; 


Eliza, d. 


^6 


5 


Lucy Herhick, /; 1771, d 1798, m 
David Upton, jr., Reading. i 


Ch. 


6 


1 


1043 




Mehitable, m Gould, Danvers, d. ; 


1044 




Lucy, m Nutting, Salem, living in ; 
1844. ] 



1046 



Ck. 
1050 
1051 
1052 
1053 
1054 
1055 

1056 

1057 

1058 



1050 

Ck. 
1059 
1060 
1061 
1062 

iosT 



Ck. 
1063 

1964 

1065 

1066 

1C67 

1063 
1069 



Ch.l 
107l| 

10687 



41 RuFus Herrick, of Cherry Hill, 
(sold that splendid farm and removed 
to Pomfret, Conn, subsequent to 1761, 
d at Sheffield, Mass. 1814, aged 93, m 
Mary Conant of Salem, 1740. 

Rufus, b Dec. 20, 1742. 

Benjamin, b Sept. 24, 1744. 

Martyn, i May 7, 1747, rf at sea. 

Mary, b Aug. 17, 1749. 

Ephraim, b March 2, 1752, d 1753. 

Ephraim, /< Aug. 17, 1754, d in 
Poultney, Vt., 1814, no children. 

Sarah, b Dec. 6. 1756, m Zebulon 
Stevens. 

Ann, b Feb 6, 1759, m Joseph 
Goodrich. 

Martha, b June 5, 1761, Jonathan 
Goodrich. 



RuFus Herrick, Brooklyn, m Pru- 
dence Cady. 

Hannah, m Reuben Kemp, 4 ch. 
Sarah, m Ebenezer Williams, 4 ch. 
Martha, d. 
Martyn, m two wives, 4 sons. 



Ch 

1045 

1046 
1C47 
1048 
1049 



31 RuFUS Herrick, inherited the pa- ! Ck.\ 
Iternal farm, on Cherry Hill, Salem, ^0711 
jnow Beverly, d 1748, m June 2, 1714, 
ISarah, daughter of James Piiillips, 
ISalem, who d 1753. 

41 
I James, bapt. May 5, 1718, d June J 1073 
[14, 1730. 

I Rufus, bapt. June 11, 1721. 
j James Phillips. 

Benjamin, bapt. June 8, 1729 
I Sarah, m Browne of Salem. 



) 10721 



10741 
10751 
1076 



Benjamin Herrick, d April 13, 
1804, m 1st, Amy Churchill, vdio d 
June 9, 1790. 

Litee, b 3Iay 27, 1768, m Jacob Fas- 
sett, no children. 

Mary, b May 9, 17G9, m David 
Searle, four children. 

Lucretia, i Feb. 10, 1771 ,m Thomas 
Bowman. 

Anna, b May 11, 1773, in Barker 
Wells, Beaver Town, Pcnn. 

James Phillips, b Nov. 5, 1774, 
d. s. p. 

Timothy, // Oct. 21, 1776. 

Benjamin, b Sept. 11, 1779, d Dec. 
10, 1779. 

Married 2d, Sarah Pcircc, Dec. 30, 
1790. 

Amy Churchill, h Jan. 2, 1793, d. 

Timothy Herrick, of Brooklyn, 
Conn., (a part of Pomfret,) m Phebe 
Wheeler, Sept. 19, 1805. 

Lucretia, // July 8, 1807, m Jacob 
Fassctt Adams of Winchester, N. H. 

Betsey, h July 5, 1810, m Jacob 
Kimball, June 8, 1834, son, Andrew 
Johnson. 

Maria, b June 22, 1814, m Amos W. 
Snow of Chaplin. 

Amv, b Sept. 16, 1819. 

Tiinothy, b April 1, 1822. 

Emeline Maria, b Feb. 28, 1831, d 
May 22, 1832. 



52 



JOSEPH OF SALEM. 



1053 


^ 


Mary Herrick, m James Phillips 
Putnam of Danvers Plains, d 1840, 
aged 91. 


Ck. 
1077 
1078 
1079 


6 


Rufus. 

Hannah. 

Betsey. 


1080 




James Phillips. 


1047 


~4 


James Phillips Herkick, Salem, 
d 1760, m Deborah Bachelder of Sa- 
lem, who, after his decease, m in 1765, 
John Raymond of Salem. 


Son 


5 





1081, 



John Herrick, b April 5, 1759, 
was educated a Physician, settled in 
Western Conn, or PJass. 1 find no 
trace of him unless he may have been 
the Dr. Herrick who once resided in 
Lanesboro', Mass. 



ELIZABETH OF SALEM. 



VI. ELIZABETH HERRICK, babtised July 4, 1647, m Arthur Crouch; who settled 
in Chelmsford, Mass., conveyed his estate by deed and also by will to Governor Joseph 
Herrick of Salem, Aug. 6, 1706, reserving a life estate to himself and wife. Both of them 
deceased prior to Dec. 1719, leaving no children, nor had Crouch any kindred in this country. 
The estate descended to Joseph, No. 1, and John, No. 3, of this line. 

Note. Dr. John Herrick, whom I have not yet been able to identify with any one of the 
time bearing this prenomen, was a practicing Physician in Beverly, 1781 



JOHN OF BEVERLY. 



JOHN HERRICK of Beverly, d. 
1680, m Mary Redinglon of Topsfield, 
March 25, 1G74. 

John, b April, 1675. 

Mary, b 1677. 

Daniel, b March, d Oct. 1679. 



JOHP 

1722— 



Herrick, Beverly, d Jan. 29, '. 
i, m Sarah Kimball, 1606. 



John, b March 2, 1698—9. 
Robert, b May 2, 1701. 
Daniel, b Aug. 17, 1706. 
Jonathan,^ Aug. 10, 1710. 



Ck. 

8 
9 

"i 

12 
13 
141 



John Herrick, Bevarly, <i 1777, m 
Mehitabel Tarbox, 1720. 

Mary, b April 2, 1722. 
John, b August, 1724, d 1726. 
Sarah, /> Nov. 4, 1726, ?« Israel 
Green, Salem, 1748. 
John, b March 3, 1729. 
Samuel, b June 30, 1731. 
Benjamin, 6 Jan. 16,1734. 
Robert, b July 20, 1737. 



11 5 


John Herrick, Beverly, settled in 




Canterbury, Conn, about 1765, m Sarah 




Smith of Canterbury, I believe. 


Ck.\ 6 




15| 


Asahel. 


161 

171 


Darius. 


Benjami.n. 


18- 


David, b 1770. 


19| 


Dyer. 


201 


Reuben, ) Twine. 

Reuba, 3 to. Christopher Crandal. 


21 ! 


22 


Mehitabel. 


23 


Mary. 


24 [ 


Phebe. 


25I 


Sarah. 



16 


6 


Darius H 


ERRICK, 


Canterbury. 


Ck. 


7 








26 




Julia. 






27 




Harriett. 






28 
Ch. 


7 
8 


CH.iUNCY 


Herrick, Canterbury. 


29 


IVkria. 






30 




Darius. 







Reuben Herrick, Canterbury. 

Benjamin. 

Dyer, 

Emily. 



Ch. 
''7 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 



7j Olive Herrick, to Elijah Morse, 
Bookfield, Nov. 1811. 

I Daniel A. i Jan. 24, 1816. 

: Sarah, b Feb. 7, 1818. 

I Elijah Russell, b March 6, 1820. 

I q"^"' I Twins, t May 7, 1822. 

j John', b May 21, 1826. 

Lucy, b Nov. 24, 1828. 

! Milton, b Dec. 17, 1834. 



7i Sar.4H Heruick, to Horatio Smith, 

11821. 
Sun\ 8 

I Horatio Allen. 



36 7 


John Herrick, to Abigail Wilcox, 






Dec. 1827. 


Ch. 


8 




45 




Daniel. 


46 


Dinslow. 


47 


Emily. 


48 




Alma. 



David Herrick, settled in Brook- 
field, Vt. 1799, m Sarah Adams of 
Canterbury. 

Olive, b May 15, 1794 
Sarah, h Oct. 1798 
John, b Aug. 4, 1803 



j Samuel Herrick, Beverly, d Nov- 
24, 1773, m Bethiah Shaw, Jan. 10, 
1755, dMay 26, 1774. 

Samuel, b Dec. 15, 1756. 
Robert, b Jan. 27, 1759. 
Peter, d in Newburyport, 1799. 



13 


5 Benjamin Herrick of Beverly, d 




1768, TO widow Lydia Meacham, No. 




129, 1757. 


Ck. 


6 


52 


Nathaniel, b Dec. 16, 1760. 


53 


1 John, 1, Feb. 26, 1764. 



52 

Ck. 
54 


6 

7 


Son 
55 


7 


Ck. 
56 


8 


57 
58 


1 


59 




60 




61 




62 




63 





Nathaniel Herrick, Topsfield, m 
1st, Priscilla Baker, who d Oct. 1, 1784. 

Priscilla Baker, who to Abraham T. 
Peirce, 1810, m 2d, Elizabeth Gould, 
who d April 13, 1814. 

Benjamin Herrick of Topsfield, b 
May 8, 1789, to Mary Endicott of 
Danvers. 

Lydia, h Dec. 17, 1790, m Isaac 
Hardy, Danvers. 

Jacob, b Nov. 3, 1702,TO Jane Page, d. 

Elizabeth, b June 8, 1796, m John 
Pingrec, Rowley. 

Huldah, b Sept. 13, 1797, m Ist, J 
Dudley, 2d, Charles Kent. 

Hannah, b Dec. 7, 1799, yn Nath'l 
Welles, Topsfield. 

Edney G. b April 30, 1811, m Joseph 
White, Wenham. 

Sarah, born Feb. 21, 1813, m Asa 
Holmes of Esso.x. 

Charlep, b 1812, bhoe mcrchanf, 
Topsfield. 



54 



JOHN OK BEVERLY. 



531 G 



Ch.\ 



70 



John Herrick, Methuen, settled in 
Barre,Vt. d 1809, m Deborah Pettengill 
of Middleton, 1786. 

Born in Methuen. 

Hannah, b Jan. 3, 1789. 

Lydia, b in Topsfield, Feb. 1, 1791 . 

John, b Dec. 10, 1793. 

Deborah, b Oct. fj, 1796. 

Ele)', b Sept. 29, 1799. 

Ira, b May 4, 1801. 

Roxanna, b 1804, m William Nichols, 
Northfield, Vt. 

Hirum, b 1808. 



7 Hannah Herrick, m. Benjamin 
Fiske, Burlington, Vt. 

Delphina, b Dec. 10, 1807. 

Benjamin Philander,^ 1811, d 1834. 
John Dennison, b May 13, 1823. 
Caroline, b Sept. 16, 1828, d 1832. 
Sophia, b April 8, 1819. 
Rosina, b April 6, 1821, d 1823. 
John, b Sept. 20, 1826. 



65 7 


Li-DiA Herrick, m Elijah Wheeler, 




Esq. of Barre. 




Ch.\ 8 






79 


Adeline, b Dec 


24, 1815. 


80 


Harriett, b Jan. 


24, 1817. 


81 


William, 6 Mar. 


4,1818,<f Sept. 1819. 


82 


Charles, b Sept 


30, 1819, d 1834. 


83 


Emily, b April 


, 1821. 


84 


Martha, b Nov. 


1823. 


85 


Artemas, b Feb. 


25, 1825. 


86 


Gardner, i Feb. 


6, 1826. 



66 



Ck 



7 John Herrick of Burhngton, vt 
Sophia Randall, settled in Western 
New York. 

Hazard Ferry, b Oct. 20, 1819. 

Lucy Sophia, b Jan. 11, 1822. 

George Randall, b Dec. 23, rf 1825. 

Elbridge Gerry, b Nov. 25, rf 26,1826. 

CaroUne Deborah, b Dec. 1, 1827. 

George Elbridge, b Jan. 29, 1823. 
I Ira Herrick, Chicago, Ilhnois, m 
Mabel Galusha of Vermont. 



93 


1 Ellen, born 


May, 


1826. 


94 


George, born 


March 


1828. 


95 


Lucia, born 


Sept. 


1830. 


96 


Eliza Jane, born 


June, 


1833. 


97 


Mabel, born 


Sept. 


1835. 



Deborah Herrick, m. Lemuel 
Bliss of Jerico, Vt. 

Orrannis, b Feb. 1819, d. 1828. 
Lawrence, b Jan. 1822. 
John Dennison, b March, 1824. 
Julius Augustus, b Jan. 1826. 
Elcy Laura, b Dec. 1827. 



Robert Herrick of Beverly, m. 
Mary Edwards, Sept. 1722; settled 
first in Wenham ; removed to Man- 
chester, Mass. 1725, and thence to 
Canterbury, Conn., May, 1751. 

John, B in Wenham, Aug 7. 1723 



John Hkrrick of Manchester, m. 
Rachel Driver of M. Nov. 30, 1744. 

Rachel. 

Robert. 

Rachel. 

John. 

Removed to Canterbury, Conn, 1751 ; 
wife died; in. 2d, Ehzabeth Smith, 
sister to Sarah, wife of his cousin 
John, No. 11. 

Robert. 

Daniel. 

Elijah. 

Joseph. 

Mary. 

Ann. 

Ruth. 



107 

Ch. 
115 
116 


6 

7 


John Herrick of Canterbury, m. 
Mary Butts. 

Calvin, b 1775, living in 1846. 
Rachel. 


115 

Ch. 
117 
118 
119 
120 


7 
8 


Calvin Herrick of Canterbury, m 
Sophia Barber. 

Susanna. 

Anna. 

Pamela. 

John, m Alathea Cary, no children. 



117 

Ck. 
121 
122 
123 


8 
9 


Susanna Herkick, m. Welcom E. 
Tinkham. 

Zerah B. 
Henry A. 
Calvin Herrick. 


116 
Ch. 
124 
125 


7 
8 


Rachel Herrick, m. Samuel Dyer. 

Hirum. 

Eliza Mary. 


124 

Ch. 
126 
127 


8 
9 


Hirum Dyer, settled minister in 
Preston, N. Y. m. Maryann Isaam. 

Mary Eliza. 
Samuel Henry. 



108 
Ch. 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 



6 Robert Herrick, m. Alice Bond. 

7 

Amasa m. Worth, settled in Penn. 

Elizabeth. 

Abigail, m. Elijah Town, Illinois. 

Jonas. 

lyiary, family unknown. 



7| Jonas Herrick, m Melinda Whip- 
ple ; settled in McDonough, Chenan- 
go Co. N. Y. 
81 

Anna. 
I Barthea. 
Harriett. 
Herbert. 



I I 



1091 6 



• I 7 



Daniel Herrick of Canterbury, m 
Olive Fiske. 

Daniel. 
Orra. 



JOHN OF BEVERLY 



55 



137 


7 


Daniel Heriuck, to Olive Adams. 


Ch. 
139 
140 


8 


Eliza. 
Alonzo. 


138 


7 


Orra Herrick, m Calvin Barstow. 


Ch. 
141 
142 
143 
144 


" 


John. 
Olive. 

Luther. 
Harriett. 


145 




Adeline. 



Susanna. 



John Barstow, m Julia Bailey. 
Lydia Bailey. 



1J2 


6 


Mary Herrick, »« Joseph Adams. 


Ch. 


7 




148 




Amos. 


149 




Daniel. 


148 


7 


Amos Adams, m Pamila Barker. 


Ch. 


8 




150 




Joseph Herrick. 


151 




Calvin Herrick, and four others. 


114 


(i 


Ruth Herrick, m Bethuel Bond. 


Ch. 


7 




152 




Joseph. 


153 




Elijah, lives in Ohio. 


154 




Jonas, do. do. m Eliza Story. 


155 




Daniel. 


156 




William, lives in Ohio. 


157 




Dorothy, do. do. 



152 


7 


Joseph Bond, m Esther Ford. 


Ch. 
158 
159 
160 


8 


Cecilia. 

Emmons. 

Juliann. 


161 




Joseph. 


155 


7 


Daniel Bond, m Deborah White. 


Ch. 


8 




162 




George. 


163 




Mary. 


164 




Daniel. 


165 




William. 


166 




Elizabeth. 


167 




Lavina. 



168! 

Ch. 
174 
175 

176 

1771 

ira! 



179| 



169 


5 


Ch. 


6 


180 


1 


181 




182 




183 




184 




185 




186 




187 




188 




189 





Maky Herrick, m John Knowlton, 
Manchester, d at Sutton, N. H. 1812. 

John, born 1755, d at sea. 

Ezekiel, b 1757, d 1806, at New 
London. 

Robert, b 1759, d 1836, at Concord. 

Mary, // 1761, m Moses Hill, Hop. 
kinton, 1783. 

Sarah, b 1763, m Benjamin Leach. 

Anna, born at Gloucester, 1765, m 
Daniel Trussell. 

Daniel, born 1768. 

Jonathan Herrick, Manchester, 
Hopkinton, 1779, m Rachel Allen, 
who d 1838, aged 103. 

Jonathan, b March 1, 1760. 

Rachel, bapt. Mav 9, 1762. 

Priscilla, i Dec." 25, 1763. 

Anna. 

Asa, m Mary Blake, lives on the 
paternal farm. 

Henry, born April 21, 1766, m Jemi- 
ma Storey, lives in Onondaga Co., 
New York. 

David, TO Mary Buswell, lives in 
Woodbury, Vt. 

Mary, b Jan. 9, 1770, to Moses Ten- 
ney of Weathersficld, Vt., twelve ch. 

Samuel. 

Sarah, m Ephraim Foster, Peacham, 
Vt. two children. 



Jonathan Herrick, Esq., of Bev- 
erly, 1731, Manchester, 1733, removed 
to Hopkinton, N. H., 1781, then m 71 
years, n? Mary Dodge, Beverly, Feb. 
17, 1731-2. 

Mary, b July 22, 1734. 
Jonathan, b July 6, 1736. 
Esther, b June 2i1, 1743. 
Sarah, b June 7, 1746. 
Daniel, b Jan. 2, 1751. 
Asa, b Nov. 16, 1754. 



Jonathan Herrick, New London, 
1785, removed to Corinth, Me. 1825, 
living in 1843, aged S3, m Betsey Sar- 
Ch. 7!geant, March 8, 1783. 

190 I Nathan, b March 14, 1784. 

191 Jonathan, b April 4, 1786. 

192 I Joshua, b Jan. 29, 1789. 

193 I Ruth, born April 8, 1789, m Nathan'l 
W. Knowlton, Fishersficld, N.H. Dec. 
2, 1818. 

194 I Stephen, Z- June n, 1794. 

195 I Zenas, b June 28, 17r6. 

196 I Betsey, b Mar. 12, 1800. 

197 I Charles, born Sept. 16, 1803, killed 
by a tree, June 5, 1824. 

1981 I Hannah, born Dec. 3, 18C6. 

190 1 71 Nathan Heruick, Esq. Corinth, 
1 1825, TO Loiza Sargeant, Jan. 18, 1805. 



Ch.\ 
199! 
200 
201 1 
202j 
191 



Ch. 
203 



205 



206 
207 



I Loammi Sargeant, b June 18, 1805. 
I Elma, b Oct. 12, d Nov. 12, 1811. 
Elma, born July 3, 1813. 
Nathan Franklin, b Au g. 7, 1814. 
Jonathan Herrick of New Lon- 
don, TO 1st, Sarah Colby, New London, 
Nov. 1811, who d Jan. 29, 1823. 

Joseph Colby. 
George Washington. 
Nancy Colby. 

Married 2d, Rhoda Everett, July 
1824, who d Nov. 1835. 
Mary Everett. 
Jonathan Everett. 
Married 3d, Lucv Peircc, Oct. 1837. 



5C 



JOHN OF BEVKRLY. 



179 

Ch. 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
2U 
192 

Ch. 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
3201 
221 
222 
228 
194 



Ch. 
224 
225 
195 

Ch. 
226 

227 1 



G> Daniel Knowmon, m Mary Stock- 

cr, Jan. 13, 1793. 
7J 

j Five sons and two daughters. 



JosHU.\ Herrick, Corinth, 
sey Guile, Feb. 4, 1812. 



Bet- 



David Guile, 
Betsey Matilda, 
Joshua Manning, 
Charles, 
Joseph Colbj', 
Rhapsima Blake, 
Nathan, 
Emily Ann, 
Charlotte Ball, 



6 Oct. 3, 1812. 

i April 12, 1814. 
h Nov. 11,1815. 
b Feb. 10, 1819. 
b Mar. 22, 1821. 
b July 4, 1825. 
b Aug. 22, ]e27. 
b June 21, 1830. 
b April 1, 1835. 



Stephen Herrick, New London, 
Corinth, 1826, m Mary D. Keith, 
March 16, 1824. 

Charles Henry, b Sept. 9, 1825. 
Ann Frances, 6 Feb. 28, 1828. 
Zenas Herrick, Levant, m Sarah 
Everett, Nov. 1822. 



Sarah Ann, born Sept. 15, 
Mary Marinda, b Aug. 5, 



1823. 

1828. 



199 

Ch. 

1i28 
^29 
230 


71 LoAMMi Sargeant Herrick, Cor- 
|inth, 771 Sylvia Sweet, Sept. 22, 1833. 

Maryett, b Aug. 17, 1836. 

Sylvia Hellen, b Feb. 9, 1838. 

1 Nancy Elma, b Jan. 31, 1840. 


^19 

Son 
231 


8 
9 


Joseph Colby Herrick, Corinth, 
m Elma Hunting, New London, -Dec. 
2, 1836, who d Dec. 8, 1839. 

George'Henry, born May, 1839. 


215 

Ch. 
232 


8 
9 


David Guile Herrick, Corinth, m 
Cynthia F. Sweet of Corinth, Nov. 16, 
1837. 

Rachel Allen, born Nov. 7, 1838. 


188 

Son 
233 


6 

7 


Samuel Herrick, Hopkinton, N. 
H., m Betsey Colby. 

George, lives in Newport, N. H. 


170 

Ch. 
234 


5 
6 


Esther Herrick, Manchester, m 
Francis Craft of Manchester, 1775. 

Esther Craft, m Dodge. 


182 

Ch. 
235 

236 
237 

233 


6 

7 


Priscilla Herrick of Hopl 
N. H., m David Kimball, Hopki 

David, Concord, Editor of the 
Observer. 

Abel, d. 

Willard, Baptist Preacher and 
seller, Vt. 

Mosea, Congregational Mi 
Hopkinton. 


anton, 
nton. 

N.H. 

Book- 
nister, 



173i 



Ch.\ 
2391 

2401 
2411 
2421 
243| 
2441 
245 



6 

Ch. 

260 

261 

262 
263 

264 j 

265 1 



266 



Ch. 
271 

272 
273 

274 
275 



Asa Herrick, settled in Hopkinton, 
1779, m Annis Allen, Jan 29, 1778, d 
1822, aged 68. 

Lydia, m Timothy Colby, Esq. Hop- 
kinton. 

Mary, m Phillip Farrington. 

Anna, m Isaac Proctor, Concord. 

Asa Solus, Concord. 

Israel E., ?« Martha Trow, Nashua. 

Eseneth, m Walter French. 

Moses, lives in Desmond, St. Clair 
Co., Michigan. 



I Danikl Herrick, Beverly, c/ 1756, 
\m Sarah Raymond, Salem, Nov. 23, 

jl727. 

Sarah, born Aug. 12, 1728, m Jona- 
Ithan Porter, Nov. 15, 1750. 
I Daniel, b Feb. 6, 1731. 
I Barnabas, b Oct. 28, 1738. 
1 Anna, born April 10, 1733, m Jona- 
Ithan Leach. 

Mary, born June 22, 1736, m Whit- 
tridge of Salem. 

Lydia, born 1740, m another Whit- 
tridge of Salem. 



)| Daniel Herrick, Beverly, d 1766, 
\m Ehzabeth Swazey, July 25, 1754. 
)| 

I Amy, b Sept. 12, 1755. 
Elizabeth, b Oct. 4, 1757. 
Sarah, born March 2, 1759, m John 
Lowe, Esq. of Lyman. 

Daniel, b Aug. 20, 1764. 
Nathaniel, 6 March 29, 1766. 
Widow m Samuel Baker, New Mar- 
ket, 1773. 



Amy Herrick, vi Henry Wiggin of 
Stratham, N. H. July 23, 1785, who 
was born 1740, d at Greene, Me. wife 
d in N. H. 1839, on a visit to her chil- 
dren. 

Daniel Herrick, h May 20, 1786. 

Charles Shute, /; Feb. 24, 1788. 

Sarah Herrick, b July 15, 1790. 

Abigail Swazey, 5 Dec. 12, 1792. 

Amy Herrick, born Oct. 27, 1794, m 
Daniel Conant of Shapleigh, Me. no 
children. 



271 


7 


Daniel Herrick Wiggin, Greene, 
Me. m Elizabeth Kay of Greene, Feb. 
1819. 


Ch. 


8 




276 




Henry. 


277 




■ Mary. 


278 




Emeline. 


279 




Charles Herrick. 


280 




Levi Kay. 


281 




Amy Elizabeth. 


282 




Daniel Webster. 


272 


7 


Charlks Shute Wiggin, Wolfs- 
boro', N. H. m Abigail Meader. 


Ch. 


8 




283 




Son and three daughters. 





JOHN OF 


BEVERLY. 57 


267 


6; Elizabeth Herrick, m Jacob Peir- 


i296 


7 Nathaniel Herrick, Manchester, 




son of Exeter, N. H. 




N. H., m Jane Mow, Nov. 1827. 


Ch. 


7 


Ch. 


8 


284 
285 


Jacob. 
Charles. 


321 

322 


Nancy E. 
Robert L. F. 


286 


Frederic. 


323 


Robert F. 


287 


Elizabeth. 


324 


James M. 


288 


Charlotte. 


325 


Charles W. 


289 


Sarah. 


326 

297 


John L. 


269 


6 Daniel Herrick, settled in West- 


/ Mary Hackett Herrick, m Rob- 


Ch. 


brook, Me. d. 




ert Annan of Manchester, June 7, 


7 




1825, who <i Nov. 1845 


2901 


1 Daniel, settled in New York City. 


Ch. 


8 


291 1 


i Mary, m SamuelStevens,Westbrook. 


327 

328 


John G. i June 12, 1826. 


270" 


6; Nathaniel Herrick, Exeter, N. 


Charles C. b May 15, 1828. 




|H. mMary, daughter of Col. James 


329 


George, b Nov. 29, 1829. 




1 Hackett of Exeter, Merchant. 


330 


Orren Herrick, b Oct. 28, 1831. 


Ch. 


7| 


331 


Amelia A., d. 


292 


Elizabeth, iSept. 8,1787. 


332 


Ann M., 6 Oct. 8,1837. 


293 


Sarah, born 1791. 


333 


William Herrick, b April, 1844. 


294 


James Hackett, b Sept. 20, 1798. 


2"62- 


o Barnabas Herrick, Salem, d 1832, 


295 


Daniel, born Jan. 19, 1801. 




aged 94, m Lydia Murray, Salem, 


296 


Nathaniel, born Dec. 18, 1803. 




April 2, 1761. 
6 


297 


Mary Hackett, b Feb. 16, 1806. 


: Ch. 

334 


292" 


7 Elizabeth Herrick, m Jonathan 


Nathaniel. 




Sanborn of Franklin, Sept. 17, 1809. 


^35 


Jacob. 


Ch. 


8 


|336 


Jonathan. 


298 


John L., born Mav, 1810. 


337 


William. 


299 


1 Jonathan P. born Jan. 24, 1814. 


338 


Peter, m Mary Johnson, Salem, no 


300 


Nathaniel Herrick, b Feb. 3, 1818. 




children, both Uving 1842. 


301 


Elizabeth A. born June 16, 1822. 


339 


Mary, m James Stocker, Salem. 


298 j 


8 John L. Sanborn, Frankhn, in Jane 


336~ 


6 Jonathan Herrick, Salem, d at 


, 1 


Morrison, Oct.lO, 1833, d Sept. 19,1839. 




sea, 1806, m Elizabeth Ravel, Salem, 


Ch. 


9 




May 3, 1784. 


302 


Ann. 


Ch. 


7 


303 


George L. 


340 
341 


Jonathan. 


299; 8j Jonathan P. Sanborn, Northfield, 


George W^ashington. 


771 Rebecca Clou?h, 1836. 


342 


Lydia, 7?^ Levering of Salem. 


Ch\ 91 


343 


Sarah, > lives in County st., Salem. 


3041 1 Ausker. 


344 


Ann, 5 Solus. " " " 


305( De Witt Clinton. : 


345 


James, d at sea, s. p. 


306i William Clough. \ 


341 7[ George Washington Herrick, 


293 /j Sarah Herrick, w Tristram San- 1 




lUaltliam, iVlass., m SaraJi. 




born of Franklin, March 30, 1817, who ; 


Ch. i 


5| 




|(/ July 10, 1827. ] 

8 1 


346 


I Sarah Elizabeth. 


Ch. 


3471 1 George Washino-ton. 


307 


JohnJ. born Sept. 20,1820. j 
Amy Swazey, born 1818, d 1842. | 


3481 1 Ann Maria. 


308 


337 ( 


) William Herrick, Cliarlestown, 


309 


Charles P. born 1823, d 1839. 




Mass. d 1838, a Baptist Preacher, m 


310 


Tristram, born Sept. 18, 1827. j 


Ch. ' 


Bethiah Daland, Salem, Jan. 1, 1788. 


XJ94 7] Jamks Hackett Herrick of Frank- [ 


- 




lin, m Clarissa Arling, Jan. 1, 1822. 


349 


William. 


Ch. 


350 


Benjamin Dunham. 


311 


Thomas W. b Dec. 2, 1822, d. 


351 


Henry. 


312 


Mary A. b Oct. 28, 1824. 


352 


Hannah, m Blake, Cliarlestown. 


313 


Elizabeth Swazey, b 1826. 


353 


Eliza Ann, m Studley. 


314 


Clarissa M. born Oct. 1829. 


354 


Lydia, m Henry Nichols. 


315 


James, born 1833. 


355 


Sarah Greeiic, Solus. 


295 


7 Daniel Herrick, Frankhn, m Nar- { 
cissa R. Blanchard, Sept. 26, 1622. 




Ch. . 


? 




316 1 Daniel. \ 




3171 1 Mary E. \ 




318 


Sarah S. 




319 


Hannah J. \ 




320 


Daniel W. \ 




321 


Charles E. \ 







GEORGE OF SALEM. 



GEORGE HERRICK, an emigrant 
from England, came to Salem, 1684 or 
5, Marshall and Deputy Sheriff 1691, 
2, &3, rf 1695, wife Martha. 

Martha. 
Howett. 

George, born in Beverly, Jan. 2, 
1695-6, after the decease of his father. 



HowETT HERRicK,7reAbigail Wheel- 
er, Sept. 10, 1715. 

Jonathan, born April 30, 1717. 
George, born March 12, \72l,d. s. p. 
Abigail, born April 7, 1723. 
Andrew, born April 28, 1725. 
George, born Jan. 24, 1727, d. s. p. 
David, bapt. May 8, 1730, d. 



26 


5 


Jane Carrico,?^ Ebenezer Wallace. 


Ch. 


6 






30 




Ebenezer, 


6 Oct. 13, 1789, d. 


31 




Jane, 


b April 24, 1793. 


32 




Ebenezer, 


6 July 11,1795. 


33 




Huldah, 


bOct. 12,1799. 


34 




Betsey, 


6 July 6,1802. 


35 




Joshua, 


bOct. 26,1804. 


36 




Joseph, 


b Sept. 30, 1806. 


37 




Eliza, 


b Aug. 7, 1811. 


27 


5 


Benjamin 


Carrico, Beverly. 


Ck. 


6 






38 




Beniamin 




39 




Andrew, 


} Oct., d May 16, 1800. 



401 



Charles, d. 



Jonathan Herrick, Beverly, 
Elizabeth Wood, Jan. 27, 1744. 
Recorded in Beverly. 
Elizabeth, born Aug. 2, 1745. 



William Herrick, Beverly, killed 
in battle with a British ship, 1778, born 
July 12, 1747, m Deborah Leavitt, 
Nov. 27, 1770. 

Deborah, b Aug. 21, 1774. 
William, b June 30, 1776, d. 
Wilham, b Aug. 9, 1778. 



41 




Benjamin, d Jan. 26, 1835. 


42 




Joseph, b Oct. 31, 1799. 


43 




Martha, born 1811, d 1832. 


44 




George. 


28 


5 


Thomas Carrico. 


Ck. 


6 




45 




Ehzabeth. 


46 




Thomas, born Sept. 1801. 


47 




Elizabeth, born May, 1804. 


48 




Joshua, born May 12, 1806. 


49 




Deborah, born June, 1809. 



William HERKick,4th, Beverly, m 
Eunice Raj'mond. 

Nancy, born May 19, 1813. 
William Leavitt, b Aug. 29, 1815. 
Deborah Leavitt, b Sept. 11, 1818. \ 
Elizabeth, b Dec. 25, 1822, m Phillip I 
C. Obear. 



3| Abigail Herrick, m Benjamin 
Foster, 1742. 

Andrew, m Bethiah Knowlton. 

Joseph. 

Benjamin. 

Abigail, b 1746, d 1829, m Watts. 

Ehzabeth, b 1750, d 1823. 

Rebecca, b 1762, d 1825. 



Elizabeth Foster, m Alexander 
Carrico. 

Jane, b 1771, d 1825. 
Benjamin,^ 1773, ti 1831. 
Thomas, b 1777, d 1810. 
Joseph, born 1784. 



Joseph CARRico,7ftMargarett Board- 
man, Jan. 8, 1807. 



Abigail, 


6 Dec. 9,1807. 


Mary, 


b Dec. 28, 1809. 


Joseph, 


6 Feb. 18, 1812, d 1835 


Charlotte, 


6 Aug. 8,1815. 


Charles, 


b Oct. 24, 1818. 


Margarett, 


b Dec. 23, 1820. 


Martha, 


b Aug. 24, 1823. 



25 


4 


Rebecca Foster, m 1st, James 
Obear, Beverly, who died 1825, m 2d, 
Young, no children. 


Ch. 


5 




57 




Abigail Obear, m Benj. W^allis, 
Jan. 26, 1799. 


Ch. 


6 




■58 




Abigail. 


59 




Benjamin. 


60 




John. 


61 




James. 


62 




Elizabeth. 


63 




Rebecca. 


64 




William. 


65 




Charlotte- 


66 




Maria. 



GEORGE OF SALEM. 



69 



8 


3 


Andrew Herrick, Beverly, m 


11 


4 


Elizabeth Herrick, m John Lov- 






Lydia Tuck, 1753. 




ett, Dec. 3, 1767. 


Ch. 


4 




Ch. 


5 




67 




Andrew. 


85 




John. 


68 




Jonathan. 


86 




Jonathan. 


69 




Lydia. 


87 




Elizabeth. 


70 




James. 


88 




Josiah. 

William Herrick. 


2 2 


Martha Herrick, Beverly, m 


89 






March 27, 1715, Thomas Lovell, Ips- 


90 




Joanna. 




wich, settled in Sutton, N. H. 


91 




Augustus. 


Son 3 
71 




92 




Charlotte. 


George, who d. s. p. 

Several daughters whose names and 


93 




Edmonds. 




86 


"5 


Jonathan Herrick LovETT,TOOct. 




destiny are alike unknown. 


Ch. 
94 


6 


6, 1796, Anna Lovett, Beverly. 


~4 


"2 


George Herrick, Beverly, d Jan. 
26, 1775-6, aged 80, m Emma Elliott, 
Jan. 25, 1723. 


Jonathan Herrick, b & d 1797. 






95 




Anna, b 1799, d 1808. 


Ck. 

72 


3 


96 




Charlotte, born 1801. 


Judith, m Thomas Bootman. 


97 




Jonathan Herrick, b 1803, d 1805. 


73 
74 
75 






98 




Jonathan Herrick, b 1805. 




RlTry^' 
Manlia. 


99 




William Herrick, 6 1808. 




100 




John, born 1810. 






101 
102 




Anna, born 1813. 
Joshua, b 1815, d 1820. 


"74 


3 


Mary Herrick, m Hanna of Bev- 
erly. 




Son 
76 


4 


103 




Charles Thorndike, b Sept. 11, 1817. 


George Herrick Hanna, b 1770, 


104 




Mary Elizabeth Dana, b Sept. 24, 






m Jane Massury, Beverly. 


1 < XO/i«. 


C/i. 


5 






77 




George. 




78 




John. 




79 




Thomas. 




80 




John Massury. 


81 




Joseph. 




82 




Mary. 




83 




William. 




84 




Mary Jane. 









60 



JAMES OF SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y. 



JAMES HERRICK, settled at 
Southampton, Long Island, then with- 
in the jurisdiction of Connecticut, prior 
to 1657, d 1687, wife Martha, who sur- 
vived him. 

Recorded. 

James. 

William, born 1654. 

Thomas, d. s. p. prior to 1707. 

Martha, m Zerubbabel Phillips,1687. 



3 2 


William Herrick, Esq. d 1708, ee 




54, wife Mehitabel, d about 1736. 


Ch. 3 




61 


William. 


7 




Stephen. 


8 




Nathan, born 1700. 


9 




James, minor, 1707. 


10 




Irene. 


11 




Phebe. 


12 




Mehitabel, m Topping. 


13 




Abigail, vi Rogers. 



7 


3 


Stephen Herrick, Southampton, 
d 1756, wife Dorothy, who survived 
him. 


Ch. 


4 




14 




Cleopatra. 


15 




Deborah. 


16 




Ann. 


17 




Stephen, settled in New Haven, 6ch. 


18 




Ashbel. 


19 




George. 


•^0 




Hugh, b 1742, Edward White of 
Hartford, Conn., appointed his guar- 
dian, 1758. 


21 




Abigail. 



icK, Southampton, d 



George Hef 
1786, aged 52. 



Austin, d Oct. 24, 1793, aged 22. 
William, born 1760. 



23 


5| William Herrick, Southampton, d 




Nov. 25, 1625, aged 65. 


Ck. 


6 




24 




Stephen. 


25 




Hirum. 


26 




• William. 


27 




George. 


28 




Austin. 


29 




Edward. 


30 




Abigail. 



24 6 


Stephen Herrick, Utica, N. Y. 


Ck. 7 




31 


John. 


32 


William. 


33 


Charles. 


34 


George. 


35 

1 


Elizabeth. 



Ch. 
65 
66 

671 



26 

Ck. 
36 
37 

38 
39 

401 



William Herrick, Southampton. 

Sarah. 

William 

Abigail. 

Elizabeth 

Cephas, 



Nathan Herrick, Southampton, d 
1784, aged 84. 

Phebe. 

Nathan. 

Eunice, m White. 

Nathaniel. 

Mehitabel, m Sayre. 

Henry, born 1737. 

Hannah. 

Martha, m Wooley. 



Nathaniel Herrick, Southamp- 
ton, d 1784, wife survived. 

Hannah. 
Azuba. 



Henry Herrick, Southampton. 

Claudius, born 1775. 

Selden. 

Eunice. 



Claudius Herrick, Congregation- 
alist Clergyman,settled at Woodbridge, 
Conn., d in New Haven, May 26, 
1831, m Hannah Pierpont. This lady 
is still living in New Haven. 

Henry, b 1805, settled in Knoxville, 
Tenn. 

John Pierpont, born 1807. 

Sarah Maria, b 1809, d 1813. 

Edward Claudius, 6 Feb. 24, 1811, 
librarian of Yale College, New Haven. 



John Pierpont Herrick, Physic- 
ian, Southampton. 

James C. 



Selden Herrick, Southampton. 

Clarissa. 
Sarah Maria. 
Mehitabel. 
Jerusha. 



James Herrick, Southampton, d 
1783, m Abigail, who d April 6, 1795, 
aged 80. 

Edward. 
Micaiah. 
Phebe. 



66 


4 


Micaiah Herrick, Southampton, <i 
1782, aged 43, wife Martha. 


Ck. 


5 




68 




James. 


69 




Edward. 


70 




Hirum. 


71 




Clarissa. 


72 




Micaiah. 



72 


5 


Micaiah Herrick, Southampton 


Ch. 


6 




73 




James. 


74 




Cornelia. 


75 




Ehzabeth, 


76 




Mary. 


77 




George 


78 




Edward 



IRISH FAMILY. JOHN OF SHIPPOOL. 



Ck. 



JOHN HERRICK, Esq. of Ship- 
pool, Co. of Cork, 6.1612, d. 1689, came 
over from England in 1647, an Ensign 
in Col. Gainsboro's Regiment, and in 
the company commanded by Captain 
Seagreeve of Leicester. At the close 
of the war, and in the sale and distri- 
bution of the estates of the Irish reb- 

, Mr. Herrick acquired title to the 
castle and estates of Lord Roche, at 
Polenelory, (equivalent to the English 
name of Sliippool,) on the Kinsale 
river : all which are still possessed by 
his lineal posterity, according to his ; 
first intent, and without resort to any 
of the contingent provisions of his 
Will. Mr. Herrick w^as twice married ; 
by his first marriage, he had a son ] 
and heir. 

Gershom, b. 1665, and by his second \ 
wife, Margarett, who survived him. 

John. 
Francis. 

Mary. 



Son 

7 



Gershom Herrick, Esq. of Ship- 
pool, m 1693, Susannah, only child 
and heir of Swithin Smart, Esq. by 
Francis his wife, eldest daughter of 
Edward Riggs, Esq. of Riggsdale, in 
the county of Cork, and left a son and 
successor. 

Edward Herrick, Esq. of Ship- 
pool, b 1694, Tre Elizabeth,dau. of Caleb 
Falkenner, Esq. of the city of Cork, 
and had si.x sons and two daughters ; 
he was succeeded by his son 

Falkener Herrick, Esq. of Ship- 
pool, 6>1729, m June, 1753, Sarah, 
eldest daughter of Thomas Bousfield, 
Esq. of Cork, and left a son and two 
daughters, viz : 

Thomas Bousfield. 

Jane, m Rev. Ambrose Hickey. 
1 Elizabeth, d uniiiarried, aged 36. 



Thomas BousFiELf/ Herrick, Esq, 
of Shippool, b 1754, m 1783, Anne, 
only daughter of Henry Moore, Esq. 
of Frankfort House, county of Cork, 
and d. 1796. 

William Henry. 

Henry Moore, Capt. of 45th Regi- 
ment. Killed at the storming of Bad- 
ajos. 

Edward, Leutenant, Royal Navy. 

Anne, m Jan. 1818, Richard Plum- 
er Davis, Esq. Captain, Royal Navy. 



11 


6 


Ch. 


7 


15 




16 




17 




18 




19 




20 




21 




22 





William Henry Herrick, Esq.,^ 
Captain in the Royal Navy, b. Feb. 
13, 1784, m Sept. 8, 1814, Mary, only 
daughter of Robert De Le Cour, Esq. 

Thomas Bousfield. 

William Henry. 

Benjamin Bousfield. 

James Hugh. 

Mary De La Cour, m. Doctor Corbet 
of Innishannon. 

Anne Harriett. 

Loiza Josephine Pettitot. 

Georgianna Henrietta. 

Captain Herrick succeeded his father 
in October, 1796, and has been in the 
commission of the peace, since 1816. 



John Herrick, Esq. of Belmont, 
in the county of Cork, inherited by 
his father's Will, an estate in the Bar- 
rony of Ibane, called Ballacourcey, of 
which Belmont is the Home-Steading, 
where the family reside. This branch 
of the family is now represented by 

John Edward Herkick, Esq. of 
Belmont and Dublin, barrister at Law, 
and a counsellor of some eminence. 



APPENDIX. 



EIRIKR. ERIC. ERIK. 

This very ancient and much cherished Scandinavian cognomen has passed through 
numerous variations and mutations in England, some of whicli may have been ideomatic, but 
generally they are referable to the prevailing fancy of the early ag% of English literature, 
and the absence of anything like an established orthography. When the most distinguished 
scholars wrote their own names in the most fanciful and often fantastic forms. When the 
name of Villcrs was spelled fourteen different ways in the deeds of that family ; and the 
most simple, dissyllabic name of Percy, is found in the family documents, spelled fifteen dif- 
ferent ways. Dudley, Earl of Leicester, wrote his name eight different ways ; and that dis- 
tinguished Statesman and scholar. Sir Walter Rawleigh, had contrived such various and irre- 
concileable forms of writing and spelling his own name, that the learned of a subsequent age 
could by no means determine its orthography, or its euphony, until a long forgotten pun of 
King James came up to the rescue, and helped them to the sound of iJaio-leigh, but left them 
in hopeless perple.xity for a reason why it should have been that in preference to almost any- 
thing else. 

Recurring to the Enghsh orthography of our own name, in all its variety and mutability 
for many centuries, we perceive something like a progressive transition, from the original 
Scandinavian Eirikr, down to the settled and permanent English Heyrick, and Herrick of 
the seventeenth century. The earliest English forms were Ericke, Eric, and Erik, with 
occasional variations in the final letter, and some few instances of the substitution of I instead 
of E as the initial. In the twelfth century, Henry, of Great Stretton, spelled his name 
Eyryk. A. D. 1450, Robert of Houghton wrote Eyrick, and about A. D. l.'iOO, his son 
Thomas, spelled his name Eyricke, and Eyrick ; and his son, John of Leicester, merely 
indulged in a great variety, as : Eyrik, Eyrek, Eyricke, to whicli last, the engraver of his 
epitaph, for the first time on record, prefixed the H, unless, indeed, it may have been previ- 
ously assumed by his son Nicholas of London, who had early chosen the name Heryk, which 
his sons again changed to Herrick, about the middle of the seventeenth century ; at this time, 
or a few years earlier, the sons of John of Leicester had fixed the orthography of the names 
Herrick, and Heyrick, which have remained permanent and unchanged to this day: — Robert, 
the eldest son, having assumed the latter, and the other sons of John, the former. 

Previously to the institution of sir-names, we have frequent significant suffixes to the 
name Eric, indicative of some quality, attribute, or pretension of the individual, as : Eric the 
Red, Eric Blodox, Eric the Forester, &c. ; but we are not aware that it was ever used as a 
mere prenomen, or fore-name, followed by a sir-name ; on the contrary, we find this among 
the early sir-names, adapted by the higher orders of European Society.* The brothers 
Henry and Allan Eyryk, resided at Great Stretton in the 12th century ; and there is no 
evidence that these were the first of that branch whose ancient name had become their 
sir-name. A. D. 14.50, Nicholas Eric, was commissioned an ambassador of Peace, from 
Sweeden and Norway to England, France and Ireland. It may be here remarked, as among 
the curiosities incidental to the Ipose and mutable condition of our ancient names, that while 
the ancient Scandinavian Erick, is still found in England ; the English Herrick, has found 
its way into Sleswick, the father-land of the earliest Danish invaders of Britain. 

* Sir-names were being gradually introduced among the common people and small leaseholders in Eni;lnnd, 
prior to tlie Conquest; but would seem to have been assumed by the larger land holders and gentry, at a later 
period, and then but slowly and reluctantly ; a plurality of names being viewed as an onerous imposition upon 
their personal dignity and unmistakable individuality. At a much later period, a Scottish chief very emphati- 
cally and indignantly remark(Ml to an English traveller, who had used the word Mister, in addressing him : — 
" There are many Mr. McDonald's, and there are many Captain McDonald's, and Colonel McDonald's j but there 

is but ONE McDonald. 



64 APi>KNDIX. 



B 1. 



Capt. WiLLiJtM Henrv Herrick, R. N., in a letter addressed to Alfred Henick, Esq., 
October 19, 1836, says : " It is also probable that we have sprung from the same old stock, 
Erryck, the Danish chief, who was one of the invaders of England during the reign of Alfred 
tiie Saxon King of Britain, and h}' whom he was overcome and compelled to settle in East 
Anglia, in which is that part of England now called Leicestershire, and where his descendants 
.still reside in great affluence." 

Holinshcd's Chronicle, Sixt Booke, page 680. 

B '^ 

. qil "" "After this, other of tlie Danes assembled themselves togither, and in 

„. ■ j-j ■ Straffbrdshire, at a place called Tottenhall, fought with the Enghshmen, and 
af\.er great slaughter made on both parties, the Danes were overcome, and so 
likewise were they afterwards at Woodfield, or Wodenfield. And thus King Edward put the 
Danes to the woorse in each place connnonlie where he came ; and hearing that those in 
Northumberland went to breake the peace, he invaded the countrie, and so afflicted the 
same, that the Danes which were inhabitants there, gladly continued in rest and pea'ce." 
p, , " But in the mean time, Ericke* the King of those Danes ichich held the countrie 

^ ' of East /Ir^le, was about to procure new.warre, and to allure other Danes to join 
with him against the Englishmen, that with common agreement they mio-lit set upon the 
English nation and utterly subdue them. King Edward having intelligence hereof, proposed 
to prevent him, and thereupon entering with an army into his countrie, cruelly wasted and 
spoiled the same. King Ericke having alreadie his people in armour, through, displeasure 
conceived hereof, and desire to be revenged, hasted foorth to encounter his enemies, and so 
they met in the field, and fiercelie assailed each other. But as the battell was rashlie begun 
on King Erick's syde, so was the end very harmfull to him, for with small adoo^ after great 
losse on both sides, he was vanquished and put to flight. 

After his coming home, bicause of his great overthrow and fowle discomfiture, he began to 
govern his people with more rigour and sharper dealing than beforetime he had used. 
Whereby he provoked the malice of the East Angles so highlie against him, that they fell 
upon him and murthered him ; yet did they not gaine so much hereby as they looked to 
have oone, for shortlie after, they being brought low, and not able to defend their countrie, 
were compelled to submit themselves to King Edward." 

B. 3. Another of this name who was sometime Governour of Northumberland may 
Hon. Geo. P. have been mistaken for Ericke of East Anglia; this was" Eirikr or Eric 
Marsh. Blodox,- son of Harald Harfagri, King of Norway." His story is thus told 

by Thiery, page 28. " Ethelstan boasted in his charters of having subdued 
every people foreign to the Saxon race, inhahitting the Island of Britain. To the Anglo- 
Danes of Northumberland, he gave a Norwegian for their Governour. (This was Eric, son 
of Harald, an old pirate, who turned Christian to obtain this Government.) On 
A.D.937. the day of his baptism he swore to keep and defend Northumberland from the 
pagans and pirates ; and from being a Sea-King,t he became King of a province, 

* " Eirikr, son of Harold Gormson, King of Denmarli." Hon. Oeorge P. Marsh, of U. S. Saiate. 

t VI KINGR. SEA KINGS. 

This title was appropriated by the ancient Scandinavians as expressive of their assumed domhiion over the 
seas, which, originating in a rightful jurisdiction over the narrow Seas and Sounds, which every where sur- 
rounded and intersected their country, they did not scruple to e.xtend to the Baltic, the North Sea, the British 
Channel, and the broad Atlantic, as their increasing power and resources enabled them to sustain their preten- 
Fions. This Marine Empire was usually conceded to the younger sons and remoter branches of the Royal 
Household, who, vested with the title and dignity of Vi Kingr, assembled under their Standard all the brave 
and adventurous younger sons and cadets of the country, with their retainers and dependents. And thus were 
constituted those fierce and fearless Squadrons, which, for many centuries, were the terror and the scourge of 
Southern Europe, and finally became the permanent possessors of some of the fairest portions of it. 

Such was their professional pride, — confidence in their own resources, and disregard for all adverse circum- 
stances and contingencies, that the Sea Kings and their forces made their ships their home, — contemning the 
hospitalities of their friends, " it was their boast, that they never drained the drinking horn, by a cottage fire, 
but on lands acquired by their own swords." 

Nor was there any thing dishonorable implied either in the motive or manner of these predatory wars. They 
were in accordance with the spirit and practice of the world for many ages; nor can modern war claim higher 
or purer motives, while private property shall be subject to seizure and destruction by private armaments ; prize 
money awarded to public ships, and the plunder of cities reward the conquerors. E-Xclnded by the law of 
primogeniture, from all participation in the family honors and Estates— from the throne, as well as from the 
most humble freehold ; the junior branches of Scandinavian society, were driven to the only available and hon- 
orable resource, — WAR ! Nor could their direct and simple politics comprehend the legal refinements and dis- 
tinctions, and scruples, and the obscure moralities, of the international law of more modern times. They fought 
for subsistence ; for wealth ; for honor and renown ; for permanent dominion, and a home for their name and 
race. They seized upon and colonized waste and unoccupied countries, as Iceland and Greenland ; and they 
subdued and dispossessed their less warlike neighbors. 

It is true that the Italians, the Franks, and the Anglo-Saxons, denounced these Sea Kings and Rovers, as 
pirates and robbers ; but they treated with them as with legitimate powers. Alfred executed summary vengeance 
upon the Danish prisoners at Winchester; but he negotiated with Hastings, Guthrum, Ericke, and other Danish 
Chiefs, as with Sovereign Princes ; — assigned them extensive domains in Britain, with all the attributes of Sov- 
roignty, reserving only, the paramount supremacy of the English crown. The king of France, also, submitted 
to similar arraiigemems with UoUo, the Dane ; who acquired by treaty the quiet enjoyment of the countries he 



APPENDIX. 65 

as t]ie Scandinavians expressed it. But this too peaceful dignity soon grew irksome to him, 
and he betook himself to his ships. After an absence of some years, he returned to visit the 
Northumbrians, who gave him welcome, and re-appointed him their cliief, without the consent 
of the Saxon King Edred, successor to the son of Ethelstan, (A. D. 946.) Edred marched 
aorainst them and forced them to abandon Eric, who, in his turn, in revenge for their 
desertion, came and attacked them, along with five Corsair chiefs from Denmark, the 
Orkneys, and the Hebrides. He fell in tlie first battle, together with the five Sea- Kings, his 
allies. This death, glorious to a Scandinavian, was celebrated by the scalds, or bards of the 
North, who, without taking into their account the baptism which Eric had received among 
tlie English, placed him in an ideal Paradise, quite different from that of tlie Christians. 

" I have liad a dream," said the panagyrist of the pirate ; " I found myself at the dawn of 
day in the Hall of Valhalla, preparing all things for the reception of those slain in battle, I 
awakened the heroes from their sleep ; I persuaded them to rise, and arrange the benches, 
and prepare the drinking cups, as for the arrival of a King." 

" Whence all this turmoil r' exclaims Bragg; " Whence is it that so many men are active 
in placing the benches .'" Odin replies, " It is because Eric is coming ; I expect him ; arise 
and go to meet him." And why does his coming give thee more delight than that of another 
king .''" " Because many are the places in which he has stained his sword with blood, many 
are the places where his blood-stained sword has been drawn." 

" Hail to thee, Eric ! Brave Warrior, enter, thou art welcome in this abode. Tell us what 
kings accompany thee. How many come with thee from the combat.-'" 

" Five kings come," answers Eric ; " and I am the sixth." 



c. 

" Jonathan Swift, father of the distinguislied Dean of Saint Patricks, married Abigail Erick 
of Leicestershire, descended from the most ancient family of the Ericks, wlio derived their 
lineage from Erick tlie Forester, a great commander, who raised an army to oppose the 
invasion of William the Conqueror, by whom he was vanquished, but afterwards employed 
to command tiiat Prince's forces, and in his old age retired to his house in Leicestershire, 
where his family have continue* ever since, but declining every age, are now in the condition 
of very private gentlemen. The family of Eric, which has produced many eminent men, is 
still represented by two respectable branches, the Heyricks of Leicester-town, and the 
Herricks of Beau-Manor. Of both these branches, distinct pedigrees and many curious 
historical anecdotes are given in the ' History of Leicestershire.' " [Vol. H, page 215. Vol. 
HI, page 148.] Scott's Life of Sicift, App'x, jjage 341, 342. 

D 1. 

The following epitaph on the Tomb-stone of John Heyricke, Esq., and Mary Bond, his 
wife, is found in St. Martin's Cliurch, Leicester, at the east end of the north aisle, in a part 
thereof called " Heyrick's Chancel," being appropriated as a burying place for that family. 

" Here lieth tlie body of John Heyrick, late of this Parish, who departed this life ye 2d of 
Aprill, 1589, being about the age of 76. He did marry Marie, ye daughter of John Bond of 
Wardende, in the Countie of Warwicke,Esquire, and did live with the said Mary, in one house, 
full fifty-two yeares ; and in all that tyme, never buried man, woman, or cliild, though they were 
sometimes twenty in house-hold. He had yssue by ye said Marie, 5 sonnes and seven 
daughters. The said John was Mayor of this towne in anno 1559, and again in anno 1572. 
The said Marie departed this life ye 8th of December, 1611, being of the age of 97 years. 
She did see before her departure, of her children, and children's children, and their children, 
to the number of 142." 

D. 2. No. 13. Nicholas, the second son of John of Leicester, was a Goldsmith, Banker, and 
Merchant, in London; and the eflicient friend and patron of his young brotlier William, 
whom he saw established and in high credit and trust at the Court of Queen Elizabeth. 

Of his sons, Thomas, No. 33, and William, No. 36, nothing lurthor is known than that 
Thomas resided in the country, and was the reputed ancestor of Thomas Heyrick, Curate of 
Market Harborough, and author of a volume of Poems, published in 1691, and of several 
very loyal and higlily spiced political sermons, in which the rebels against King James II, 
are very severely handled. 

had rocontly subdued by his sword. And IiPrn it may bfi remarked as a rnrioiis hi>toiipal coincidrnco, that 
the various and successive conquerors of Britain, siiiee the secession of the Romans, have \n:rn Danes, or 
natives of the present Danish dominions. The Saxons from the Danisli Diitihv of Ilolstcin; tlie Kn^les or 
Angles, from the Dutchy of Sleswick, and the Jules from the Danish penin-^iila of .liitlaml. I'hc Danrs -nder 
Sweyn, Canute, Hastings, Gulhriim,and (lth^rs,from Deninaik proper ; and tinally,tlie Ac iiiians under W illiam, 
who were the descendants of Kollo and his Danes, the I'ounders of the Norman nam and power in France. 



6G APPENDIX. 

No. 34. Nicholas, the third son, was a Merchant in London, hving in 16G4, on the 
occasion of the decease of his son, Nicholas, who was a Merchant in the Levant, and an 
extensive and intelligent traveller in Syria, Egypt, and Palestine. He is honorably alluded 
to by a recent traveller, for his researches into the manners and customs of the Turks. 

No. 35. Robert was a Clergyman, and Vicar of Dean Prior in Devonshire ; and shared 
in the varied fortunes and sufferings of his loyal Brethren, during the rule of Cromwell, and 
the two Charles'. He was chiefly distinguished as the author of the Hesperides, a work of 
great and singular merit — with all its faults, and which, the publication ofa recent and elegant 
edition, has brought into new life, and into high favor with the literati of Europe and 
America ; and has awarded to its author the praise so justly his due.* 

A writer in the Retrospective Review, Vol. V., page 157, thus speaks of Herrick and 
his works. " We do not hesitate to pronounce him the very best of English Lyric Poets. 
He is the most joyous and gladsome of bards; singing like the grasshopper, as if he would 
never grow old. He is as fresh as the Spring, as blithe as the Summer, and as ripe as 
Autumn. We know no English Poet who is so abandojine, as the French term it, who so 
wholly gives himself up to his present feelings, who is so much heart and soul in what he 
writes, and this, not on one subject only, but on all subjects alike. The spirit of song dances 
in his veins, and flutters around his lips — now bursting forth into the joyful and hearty voice 
of the Epicurean ; sometimes breathing forth strains soft as the sigh of " buried love ;" and 
sometimes uttering feelings of the most delicate pensiveness. His Poems resemble a 
luxurient meadow, full of King-cups and wild flowers, or a July firmament, sparkling with 
a myriad of stars. His fancy fed upon all the fair and sweet things of nature, it is redolent 
of roses and jessamine; it is as light and airy as the thistle down,, or the bubbles which 
laughing boys blow into the air, where they float in a waving line of beauty. Like the sun 
it communicates a delightsome gladness to everything it shines upon, and is as bright and 
radient as his beams ; and yet many of his pieces conclude with the softest tones of sensibility 
and feeling. Indeed it is that delicate pathos, which is, at the same time natural and almost 
playful, which most charms us in the writings of Herrick. And as for his versification, it 
presents one of the most varied specimens of rythmical harmony in the language, flowing 
with an almost wonderful grace and flexibility." 

Another Critic writes thus: "Variety, indeed, is the |[reat characteristic of Herrick's 
writings, for there is scarcely a subject which he has not touched, or a species of versification 
with which he has not dallied. He is alternately gay and melanchoUy, witty and tender, 
didactic and descriptive. He is too, at all times, and in every sense, an English poet. 
English scenery and English manners are his constant themes ; and his pages record many 
ancient and interesting national customs, of which no trace is to be found elsewhere. Others, 
again, which are more familiar, are described with infinite truth and fidelity. His colouring, 
too, is occasionally hightened by excursions into the enchanting regions of Fairy-land ; 
where, with magic art, he raises airy halls, builds leafy bowers, conjurs up the most glorious 
scenes, and peoples them with the most fantastic beings. Herrick's poetry, in all its 
diversities, is ever tJie offspring of a rich and exuberant, although sometimes an unlicenced 
imagination. His flowers are not tied up in garlands, nor his fruits crushed into baskets, but 
spring living from the soil in all the dew and freshness of youth." 

The father of Robert Herrick died 1692, while his family were yet in infancy, and had lefl 
them in very moderate circumstances. Fortunately for Robert, however, he early attracted 
the notice of his uncle, Sir William, who richly repaid the debt of gratitude he owed to the 
father, by educating and otherwise patronizing the son. 

No. 15. John Herrick, the fourth son of John Eyrick of Leicester, was many years an 
Alderman of that Borough, and died 1613, leaving a son, Thomas, and a daughter, Susanna, 
on record ; and this is all we know of his family and posterity. In the absence of all means 
of arriving at truth and certainty, in the research, at this time, we can do nothing more than 
to commend to our friends a more careful and searching enquiry among the posterity of John, 
for their John of Shippool, and James of Southampton. Those patriarchs may have been the ' 
Grandsons, or Great Grandsons, of John. And so, also, they may have decended from 
Nicholas of London, in the same degree. But while we deem their Leicester parentage as 
quite the most probable, and claiming our first and most careful examination, we are only 
permitted to repeat our earnest desire that at some future day, and by the vigilence of some 
more favored investigator, all doubt may be removed, and the exact relationship of all the 
various branches of the numerous descendants of good old John of Leicester, fully ascertained, 
and recognized and cherished, till the name and race shall become extinct. 

* This work had been lone out of print ; and the very few copies to be found, were valued at enormous prices. 
A copy in one of the public Libraries was prized at £8. 8. and an innperfect copy at £5. 5. 



APPENDIX. 67 



sir William Herrick was a successful courteir and politician, from 1575, when he first 
attached himself to the Court of Queen Elizabeth, by whom he was commissioned on an 
important embassy to the Ottomon Porte ; and as a reward for his singular diplomatic success 
with the hitherto intractable Turk, he was appointed to a lucrative situation in the Exchequer, 
which he held through the remainder of this, and the following reign of James. " By 
honorable service, and great diligence in business, he acquired a very large property, and 
became one of the great monied men of his time." He had early purchased the estate of the 
unfortunate Earl of Essex, at Beau Manor Park, in the Parish of Loughboro', and County of 
Leicester, which is still in the possession of his decendants, in the direct line, and has been, 
for the last two hundred and fifty years, the Head Quarters of our Race. 

The civil wars found Sir William exempted, by great age, from the responsibilities, 
although it could not protect him from the sufferings and losses, incident to that stormy and 
distracted period, and attaching to him, especially, as a man of wealth, and an old and faithful 
servant of the crown. 



F. 1. 

Henry, the fifth son of Sir William Herrick, and whom we claim to have been our Henry 
of Salem, 1629, was born at Beau Manor in 1604. He was named by connnand of the 
unfortunate Prince Henry, eldest son of James I. His sponsors were Sir David Murray, 
Sir John Spillman, and Lady Aston. 

The evidence of the identity of our Henry of Salem with the fifth son of Sir WilKam 
Herrick, is, to be sure, rather circumstantial than direct, and some of it of a negative, rather 
than of a positive character. It is still quite as conclusive and satisfactory as evidence of this 
kind, and at this distance of time, can be hoped to be found. The principal points on which 
wc rest the conclusion are these : — 

First. No other Henry is found on the English pedigrees of the time. 
, ,^ , J 1 AT' u 1 Second. Henry of Beau Manor is no otherwise recognized 

Letter quoted by Nichols, ^ ^^^ ^^^^ J ^.^ ^y^j^^^ ^^^^^ infancy, than as residing 

from Henry to his brother ^^^^^g^ .^ ^^53^ ^^^^ ^j^^,^ ^^^^^^ circumstances indicating 
Jonn, July, Ibo-i. America as the place of his residence. 

Third. The identity of the coat of arms of the family at Salem and Beverly with that of 
the Leicestershire family, and especially of the crest, with that of which Sir William was one 
of the original Grantees.* 

Fourth. The secession of one branch of the Leicester family from the 

Letter from John established church. It is known that all the other branches were devoted 

Morris, of to their Church and King, and that Henry of Salera was a puritan, and 

Shrewsbury, cared little for the Chvrch and less for the King. Desirable therefore, as 

Wales. it may be, to determine our English parentage with perfect certainty, and 

beyond all doubt, and it has been a chief inducement to all my researches ; 

we must be content with the evidence as we find it, and recognize Henry of Beau Manor, 

as an Anglo-American ancestor, until some more fortunate explorer shall correct our errors. 

F. 2. Henry Herrick, settled on " Cape-Ann-Syde" of Bass River, (now Beverly,) on 
which his farm was bounded. He purchased several farms at Birch Plains and Cherry Hill, on 
which he settled his sons Zacharie, Ephraim, Joseph and John. Joseph resided on Cherry 
Hill, where he acquired a good estate ; Zacharie, Ephraim and John, at Birch Plains ; Henry 
inherited the Homesteading, at lower Beverly, a pleasant and valuable farm, and a part of 
which is now the property of Mrs. Anna Meacom, a widow lady, aged 93, and a lineal 
descendant, of the fifth remove, from Henry, jr. With the exception of this small farm, all 
the real estate possessed by Henry Herrick, seinor, and his sons, has long since passed out 
of our name and kindred. And here it may bo remarked that, with the exception of the 
posterity of Zacharie, and some minor shoots from other branches, all of which have been 
declining for the last hundred years, the posterity of Henry of Salem have disappeared from 
the land of their fathers, and have become widely dispersed over tbe eastern, northern, and 

* 1. Sir William Herrick was Knighted in 1605. On that occasion he obtained some additional embellish- 
ments on his crest, which I find preserved on the copies in Beverly, Mass., and also, on the gravestone of Wil- 
liam Herrick, Esquire, of Southampton, New York, who died 1708. I give Edminstone's description from 
memory. " Crest, a Bull's head argent. Scalp Sable. Mussel and Eares tipp'd sable. Homes argent, per 
fesse or and gules, tipp'd sable. Gorged with a chaplct of roses or, leaved vert." 

2. A very different coat of arms is supposed to pertain to a family of our nnme, and an offset, also, from the 
Leicestershire stock, residing in the county of Cheshire, or the neighboring county of Flint, of which the fol- 
lowing is a description, viz. : 

" He beareth Sable. A fesse argent, between four balls, or. Crest, an Eagle displayed, sable. By the name 
of Herrick, an aitcient family in the We.^t of England. 

3. The disarrangement of the words of our Motto, from the original copy, wag an error of the engraver. 



C3 APPENDIX. 

■western States of the Union, while they are scarcely known or remembered in the neighbor- 
hood of their ancient plantantions. 

" He sung of the companions of our youth, and the days of former years ; when we met on 
" the banks of Lego, and sent arotmd the joy of the shell." 

*' Be thy soul blest, O Carrill, in the midst of thy eddying winds. Why dost thou not 
" speak to me in my grief, and tell when I shall behold my friends .' But thou passest away 
" in thy murmuring blast : And thy wind whistles through the gra/y hair of Ossian." 

F. 3. Henry Herrick was a husbandman, in easy circumstances, but undistinguished by 
wealth, or by civil rank and influence in the colony. He was a very good and honest 
•dissenter from the established church, and the friend of Higginson, who had been a dissenting 
Minister in Leicester. Mr. Herrick and his wife Editha, were among the thirty, who 
founded the first church in Salem, in 1629 : and on the organization of a new parish, on 
" Ryal-Syde" 1667, they, with their sons and their sons' wives, were among the founders 
of the first church in Beverly, also. But there are reasons to suspect that neither Henry, 
nor his sons were, at all times, and in all things, quite as submissive to the spiritual powers 
of their day, as they should have been. On the Court records of Essex County is an entry 
like this : " Henerie Hericke, and Edith his wife, are fined 10 s., and 11 s. for costs of 
Coort, for aiding and comforting an excommunicated person, contrary to order." 

At a later period, but still early for such an enterprise, (1711-14,) Joseph Herrick, senior, 
and such of his sons as dwelt in that territory, were active and ethcient members of the new 
Parish called "Salem and Beverly Precinct," and in the settlement of the Reverend John 
Chipman, and the organization of a chvirch upon a foundation much more liberal than had 
hitherto been recognized in Massachusetts. In their covenant or platform, which still 
remains, without the alteration of a word or a letter, the foundation of a numerous church 
and society, under the Pastoral care of that worthy successor of Mr. Chipman, the Reverend 
Edwin M. Stone, the peculiarities of Calvinism can no where be detected. Several onerous 
conditions to the admission of members, also, have been dispensed with by Mr. Chipman and 
his associates, which had theretofore been deemed all important, but which, in fact, had 
operated to encourage hypocracy and imposture, while they had embarrassed the churches, 
and excluded from their communion very many good and worthy, but delicate and scrupulous 
christians. 

The sons of Henry Herrick were all farmers, and with the exception, perhaps, of Joseph, 
were exclusively farmers. Joseph acquired a considerable property, more than could well 
have been derived from the profits of agriculture at that time, and by a person charged with 
the support of a family of ten children. But we have now no clue to his pecuniary 
jesources, unless it may be detected in the scanty gleanings from his very barren and 
obscure history, which here follow : Late in life he is stiled " Governour," on the church 
records, and also, on the Diary of the Rev. Mr. Greene of Salem, and after his decease, he 
bears the same title on the records of the Probate Court. Whence he derived his right to 
this distinction is no longer known to us. The Rev. Mr. Felt thinks he was at one time 
Governour of one of the British W. L Islands. Nor is this impossible. Mr. Herrick seems 
to have been absent from Salem, for several years, subsequent to the decease of his first wife, 
and prior to his second marriage. We have a tradition, also, that he visited England about 
that time ; and at Liverpool encountered his cousin, Gershom, the heir of the Irish family, 
by whom he was persuaded to entertain a proposition to remove his family to Ireland, but he 
abandoned the design on his return to America, for reasons which have not come down to 
us. We have referred to these obscure reminisences, solely for the purpose already indicated. 
And without claiming any heritable rights in these undefined honors of our ancestor : we 
may be permitted to remark that, the title of" Governour," in that age, was by no means an 
idle or empty appelative. So astute and punctilious were our New England ancestors, in 
everything regarding official rank and dignity, that, from the Governour of the Province, down 
to a corporal in the Provincial Militia, the appropriate official title was used, as well in the 
ordinary intercourse of life, as in the more solemn transactions of their Judicial Courts, and 
various Civil and Ecclesiastical bodies. 

G. 

George Herrick came from England to Salem 1685, — was appointed Marshall of the 
Colony, and Deputy Sheriff of the County of Essex, which offices he held to the time of his 
decease in 1695. 

Good old John Dunton, speaks of " good Mr. Herrick, who saved his life at sea." And 
having visited him in Salem in 1686, he describes him as " a very tall, handsome man ; very 
regular and devout in his attendance at church ; religious without bigotry ; and having every 
mans good word.'' 

George Herrick i» supposed to have been the heir, in remainder, to an estate in England, 
which at the time of his decease was possessed by two aged maiden relatives. But the claim 
has never been prosecuted. George died young, leaving an infant family in very humble 



APPENDIX. G9 

circumstaiiceB ; the documentary evidence left by him, cannot be traced to a later date than 
the da3'sof his grand-children; nor have his posterity ever been in a condition to prosecute 
an enterprise of this kind to a successful result. George was a kinsman of Henry, but in 
what degree is not known. There are reasons to conjecture that he was a descendant of 
Nicholas of London, No. 13 ; and the traditions of the family have located the estate, above 
alluded to, at ymithfield, in that city. 

H. 

James Herrick of Southampton, Long Island, N. Y., was also an emigrant from England 
at sometime prior to lGo7, when his name is first found on the records of that town. Our 
traditions claim the Connecticut Patriarch, (without a name,) and John of Shippool, Ireland, 
!ind our own Henry of Salem, as brothers. But there is certainly no evidence of such a 
relationship on the" part of Henry, who must have belonged to a generation prior to that of 
James and John, of whose fraternity, if there is now no positive proof, there are many 
confirmatory circumstances. They were about the same age, and therefore, may have been 
brothers. John went to Ireland an ensign in Cromwell's army, in 1647. James came to 
America about 1650. His second son, William, was born in 1654. James died 1687, and 
John in 1689. John made his brother James, his heir, on failure of his own issue. No 
other James Herrick, is found in England or America, answering to the time. 

In an investigation of this kind, nothing can satisfy the mind which is not certain and clear 
of all reasonable doubt. In the present case, however, inasmuch as, after a very thorough 
examination of every available source of information, no such absolute certainty has been 
attained ; and yet numerous circumstances have presented themselves, indicative of a proba- 
ble hypothesis ; it may not be uninteresting to our friends of the present time, nor useless in 
a farther pursuit of the enquiry, to submit our own conclusions, with the hope that they may 
be hereafter verified, or corrected, by some more fortunate and successful investigator. 
We say, then, that from a patient consideration of all the evidence now in our possession, we 
find no reasonable doubt that Henry of Beau Manor, was our Henry of Salem. Nor are there 
any stronger reasons to question the fraternity of John of Shippool and James of Southamp- 
ton : — Of their paternity, the indications are far less satisfactory. That they may have been 
the grandsons or great-grandsons, of Nicholas of London, No. 13, through his sons Thomas 
or William ; or from John of Leicester, No. 15, in the same degree, is about all we can say ; 
no circumstance decisive of their superior claim to either parentage, has come to our knowl- 
edge. If it be true, however, as the late John Farmer has recorded, that there was a William 
Herrick in this country, concerned in a land purchase on Long Island in 1639-40, it may 
raise a strong presumption that he was William, No. 36, son of Nicholas, and father of James 
and John. Nor is this improbable. There are certainly stong indications of the early 
residence of persons of our name at Oyster Bay, on the site of the first English plantations on 
Long Island ;* whence the planters were ejected by the Dutch of Manhattan, 1640. And if 
William Herrick was concerned in that enterprise, he probably remained on the original 
location, as he is not found at Southampton, nor any other person of tlio name, until 1657, 
when James is first recognized as a resident there. 

With these obscure indices, and feeble lights, we commend the farther investigation of our 
English history and parentage, to the attention of some antiquarian friend, who may resume 
the enquiry under more favorable circumstances than we have been obliged to suspend it, and 
may prosecute it to a more satisfactory conclusion. 

*A considerable villatrc in North Hempstead, near Oyster Bay, Iiai always born* tbe name of "The 
Herricki," the origin of wiiicii is long since forgotten. 




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